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THE DAILY EVENING TEI.EGI.Arn. PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 17, 1804.
' Wf; PNESPAY, AUOVST 17, m. TtintJ' Waltta! TliBiy Witlfc.! Joy fills the house) the bl,y 41ml Alone rmon heir feet With trtilvfrins l'p eho lifts her little hn.ls, ' , . Aiid wondcritigly JotU gaa Into lier moilicff fBce ; Tr-ns timidly slio start upon HtVs fltrM! rit f , Mow nianv hopes, how many foam, law ronny smiles how many tNir. Hang orr her d.ingerotis walk ti.ronph c miing venn. ! , Almighty (jod ! to To tlio chllJ I k,-.vcn : tmi.le home her we.iry steps at l"' ' luAVvn HINTS TO LADY AMATIXJR8. How lo 1"IT Sln. . II may safolv asserte'l thut tho mtHic ror formed by musical aiualctiri all rds more pl.ti'iire to tbo performer themse Vve. than to any hod y e', so. Added to this, not more than oiw out of c rry text persons to dp met with in soeii'ty really cares for or enjoy 1 mnsic. This is the rdnson why, wlicu ' lady U at the piano, most of her " llstenors" tulk mil chatier nml the others feci bora!. It U hard for the performer " ho has pr.vtied for Some weeks over a brilliant f ititmia to observe -' tow utterly unappreciated hor cilurts aid; but r musical amateurs tit leant in luro Itlos ' ., )ara this fact, thit however ncr'ly tluy r'y or ting, th majority of their hearer hiva lieirl the Mui tuntlc done much better bv prot'.jflsloiiil .performers; and that ordinary i.irl ir music is not tiyoynl, but ia nuly emlurcd as a 10n.vo11ti1iii.1I ' and nnavoidable accomplishment. HogArth, the reLl-anown mo-Meal critic, louum hoi e givn t!;o following as Bis observation"! in the nutter:- M.1SS SMITH FAVOBA THE COMPANY WITH K Hi,:. A lady In drawing-room, who Fits dowu to entertain a company with a "-x-onn," iVoui an Italian opera, or a brilliant production of Koine fahionaiile pianist, ought to rmneintv-r that pro bably everybody lu the room his heard the e lme ni.'ie lunti by Grid or Jenny Lind, or played by Tnalbcrgor Dulcken, and that she ia exposm? berelf 10 so unpleasant comparison by attempt ing lamely and imperfectly what tbo company kate beard executed with finished excellence ; and tliis will be the rase even though sUo may J be, for an amateur, a really superior perforator. But the truth i, that not one lady amateur in a lhnn..n,l li, miikM a.li-h flniliiti nil II .Ittilmillti can acquit herself even decently. If she iiiui, it .... la a Uioueaud to one tn.it she strains una forces hir voice out of all t no and tune, und trans- v Inarticulate scream ; und if elie ply, that she nutni.ifltnfliii cluttar of uiiint'jiniiir' noise and ennfuslon. And these .Hormilios are committed : bv persona who, confining themselvos within tho limits of tbilr own powers and attainment. mip;bt renlly "discourse most eloquent mnsic, ' and gratify the ears as well as touch the feelings "Of their listeners. It is a ereat mistake to suppose that the Vst I." .'music is the most diilicultof execution. The . ; very reverse, generally speuking, is the case. Music of a biKb order certainly demands hl-li - - tiita and attainments on tho part oi the per fumer. But the gifts of nature may be possessed j the amatenr as well as by the professor, and the attainment of art may bo the result of mod ' crate study and application. A yoiiug lady, pos-sent-d oi a sweet ami tunable voico, a goo 1 car, intelligence, and feeling, may cultivate music in its grandest awl most oeautuui iorms, anil may ' render its nmcticc a source of the purest en.ioy- ment, not only to herself, bnt to Iter domestic and social circle. Manv ladies do this, but they have not been . fat-hionablv educated. Sense and reason, not the -Ttevailing example, hae licen consulted iu tiicir indies, and the result has mado them really a' comnlHied musicians. Iu order to becunio so aver natural sift must be cultivate 1 by solid in etroclMin. The principles of the art must be well understood. I be rules ot narmor.y ana couiro' aition must be studied so far as to enable the tinTill. if not to comnoae. to comprehend the d. aiEn of the composer, and the technical means wbireliy be produces bis eiloct. . u. THE EDl'CATED MI SKIAV. . The vol must be strengthened and puiiticd, .;; ungainly bahita most bo removed, and distinct km utterance and elocution acquired. The ml'.id -- tjinst be opened, and the tasuexaltud and refiacd by acquaintance with tho tiucst productions ot' the art an acquaintance which ought to extend . from tbe Itratorio of llanHM to the national ballad. With the young pianist, a similar course " .' should !e pursued. A correct method of tingcr . ing, and the familiarity with the scale in every variety of keys, roust bo imparted ut tho outsjt ; and this will eive a command of the instrument V nite sufficient for every purpose of au auwieur . .. perioral er. A looy so educated is far abovo making music ,"3 the means of frivolous display. She never cora- vita tbe folly of endeavoring to rival profdssioual -- artists in the achievement of fotr d foret, and 11 thns exciting ridicule instead of admiration, and causing weariness instead of pleasure. She selectt ker music from every branch of tbo art, choosing svbat (he knows to be suitable to her powers, and " what tatto tells her Is intrinsicnlly good and (Hbcsatilul. In such mnsic she may feel, without vanity (and hearers may feel so too), that site nbjecls herself to no disparaging contrasts ; and - k 11 11-mronnded but modest conildeuc will ena ble her to do justice to her on tulnts. Such a ioger will be at no loss for resources. She will - .find them in the work of every school In Knrope, not excepting even (when discreetly chosen 1 the gems of the modern Italian nnd German stayc. hhewill be aide to give power to the inspired (trains ol Handel, grace the charming mcloJies of " Mozart, aud tiuth and paihos tothe simplest effti - aion of the rustic n.use of Ireland or Hcotland. . . - We are not to suppose, however, that music, ..... like reading and writing, "comes by nature." Mature supplies tbe requisite gifts; nnd when these are wanting It is best not to attempt the pursuit. What can be more absurd and nure idtiahlo than to see an unfortunate victim of . i fashion condemned to scream and thump tho keys of a piano ior several miserable hours daily, without voice, ear, inclination, or the slightest Lope of success, w hile soma liuo talent that she 'k really possesses Is lelt wholly neglected ? When tbe natural gil's do exist, It reiiuircs carefnl and judicious cultivation to rendtr them productive of fruit. In Ibis fastidious age, even the simplest " music demands a pure style and niie e-cwiuion; . and tho prtsence or absence of these will be ap- varent even in the performance of a ballad or ., wait.. Bnt so much being necessary, it is the more essential that tho youthful pupil should be spared what i not ncceswiry ; and it in r vtliiog ' Hnt rjRV9ary to lead ker to seek thegmiltit'i'ioa : of vanity and u tind D'tthlng but disappoint ! ment and -niortiricjuion hy emulating the ; mechnni' ut ai'.hl. veuients of prufessioiml artists At the recent fde for the bea ;lit of the Dm- , ma tic College in London, the following crJ ws sold in the stalls ; a roitmur of siiAKusirvitr:. ' HY HlMSItf.F. 1 A sweeter or laore lovable creature, t ranied In tho piisligality of numre, t Ti, nueions world cannot isotiuiiu asiiu. Jlis lite w as t'cntlc, and tho elements so mi:,cd In rum, ,. . That nature might stand up and say, To all the world, this whs a man ! Jle was ever grneious, bad a tear for pity, . Aud hand opeu as day for melting chanty ' i- Jds bountv was 11s boundless as the sea, II is love as deep ; tho more he gave the more . . lie bad, for ho whs inlinito. Hear bim but reason in divinity, And all-iidmiring with an ftiwanl wish "i'ou would desire to see him made a prelate. Hear bim debate on commonwealth Bifaiis, ' You'd say It hath been all ia nil hii study. List his discourse on war, aud yon shall hear A fearful buttle rendered yon in music. Turn him to any cause of policy, TbeGordian knot of it be will unloose familiar as his garter. And when he speaks Of love! .,, The air, a chartered libertine, u still, Aud the mute wonder lurketb in men'6 cart '0 steel his sweet and honeyed sentence. C)nr poet's eye, in a tine freu.y rolling, IMd glance fruin heaven to earth, irom earth ttf heaven ; And as iuiugitmtlon bodied forth -The forms ot tbimrs anknown, our poet's pen . Turned tliem to shapes, and gave to uiry nothing A local habitatiou aud a name. ' "r ound tongues iu trees, books ia the running brooks, -- EenaoBii in nones, and good in evtrything. "f ; 11 Biiis roisoM IUkc TLu ancient relic i?! "t In fcinglund. At a reocut meeting 01 uie AreUa'ctocttl Association, in London, the ' ' TJi; uVtal"'" axhibiwd the iuet-ring FL"'?! t'V?- rB'a IhU Tcmat ka ,He Htssw art u of gold, .lightly enamelad. with the im bv3. Uound the inside . I. the .otu.,''. ,y..o, pinna , A box droie Into the trout, haviiuToii bote i ,' Iu letters reversed, and round u tile jiordsi (5" ,num, una via. At the buck Is a slide, within . wbicli, It is related, he carried the nouun he was In the habit of dropping into the wiue ot his u. ' cui pecttng gtiesK. The signet is contained ia kn legaiijy tispd. ih'r box., sunuouukd by a " j T ('tr nr. Visnr. A 'wire' adVLrt'ser, who desired ' rosponJe.nts : to in lose ,tholr eartet de rtit( baa rvivfd a rpiy from one tofly, whe writcst-"l. do not inclone .my carte; for, though there is nmo authority for putting a cart hi tore a hore, I knw of none for putting one before an ass. ' oik r.vni.ivi raovrrril. I oe thy ncighbir ; yet pull not d wn thy he Jge. 1 aree may Kenpnounsol, it tmo Do a'.v. y. A ood wcrd Is us toon -uld as a ono. That groat is ill s .wed that shnmcs its matter. o one is a fool uHays, every one oinetiinos. racc Willi heaven is the b-it friendship. A Nitw I! it ii k ion lioinis W11.1.1. Mr. Voxlcy, of Siony S'.innmd, has invivifed a new brick, ingeniously contrive 1 for avoid.ng the neee-sitv of naning lor tr lining trees lo surden walls. The brick has a proi !Cting bead In tbe centre of the tace. -vhi -h Is drilled wi'h holes so as M admit 01 the par.ij;o of a pie e of string or bass, with which the br.ni' h icar be tied. On" aitv.iitife .,( Ihe In n.l iv. ti:.it It ad'ilits of n I'lTC circilition of air iwt vecn the plcttt and wall, preventing the formation 01" mildew and rot and the accumulation of iUM ets. I hc cost is said 1 1 be little more than that of .in 01 d. nary lri. k. r.n in 11 in isn I.imvusi.itv Km mi i.ii 11 n. A v n kct-hook containing tit'Uen I ank-tiotes, of lisVif. ca' h, iia picked up in the Hue dcCas tlL'llone. I'.vtis, a :' v lny aito, by the itc of a ,11 in e imilnved at the l.tat-M.n .r. iu the I'lare Vendoine. A few unmcnti after, as she turned the cirnerof the street into the H ie (io Ulvoli, hwiw a ro-ited l,v a w 'll-drccd man, who aiked lier, with an air ot" aimcty, if she had found u Micket-liook will1-!! ho I1.1 d jn-t lost, ,.nd tidiliiu tfiat it contained 1 .',, "H". , v h th, iinlortii n iieiv. did not belimir to hlinseli. I he woman nt onre returned t i him his property, when be nivp h,-r .1 I'r.ine. evlir"i-s;UL' ll.s regret thit it was all tho change he had upon him u otler her as a reward, ile, h.iwcor, aikcd her for In r ad lrrs, savlne th it lie wcild call u"'n her. It is to he hoped that he will not forget his promise. TrtAvu.tNo Asv.n 1 Trs. As to coupanv, two is the verv V -t traveling number, it i-: good not to be unite alone in t asc of a-cident, even It the nndilmt be no worse than a tly in vour eye. Three is not bad, especially if t'ui of the tlip'O (OS two sisters I can occupy tne svno ocu-rouni. Tho cotinc of a diliiTcncc a pleasant place holds three, l'onr do well together tinder many cir cnnitflnce, particularly If twa rooms stitlicc. lour exactly till a 'hired r.ilecho (such as you would cross the Alps in bv the carriage roads) dividing the expense conveniently. Five is avery awkward iieure. Alter four, it is not "the more the merrier." buf'the mclancholkr:".t tilth per son is always onetoomany, Hut it is far better to 10 nlone tnan to travel in uncongenial, eanriciou eanine, seltlsb, or Mncer'itincb'mpercd company J he choice ol one s traveling associates requires great caution and consideration ; lor many and many have started friends who have returned quite ine Contrary. Kmvloymkvt von Womi.n. llairdressing and cutting oiler a good maintenance to clever, in dustrious womeu witn capital, iiniriircsimg can be learned verv easllv. as Iialrdressors are in the habit of teaching ladies' maids for ft premium. It is more dinicult to learn tiatrcmting, as men are trying to keep this trade exclusively in their own linnd", and will not teach it. ocverulwom.cn, however, have learned and can teach it. A clever, nmcit woman nitent learn tno art ty having ber own bair cut three or lour times at mere 111 "hops, and going with tor mends to seo their hair cut. We know ladies who much dis like liavint' their hair dressed cr rut by a man and, if a woman was to open a smart shop in a good part of London, and advertise, she would probably get much custom. The Society lor the limplovimiit of Women would probably recom mend lier, an 1 would bo glad to send her ap prentices, mere are niso, prooaniy, open ings in larti' country tovns. One very re snectabie person has set up at Stockton-oil' Tecs, and is doiug well, having employment cnonch for her two sisters ns well as herself. She goes her rounds into tho country, visiting smaller towns and gentlemen's houses. It would bo necessary to join wig nn l i'riottc making, (vc, to 1110 bair urcs.-ing, ami atso to sen comus, brushes, ponmtnm, c. We believe that omen with capital might often obtain an entrance into business by puichming the good-will and -hop of n tradcmnn about to retire. It wonld always be absolutely necessary to serve for at least six months in the shop, us assistant, before paying the money, as no one conld possibly know how to conduct a business without experience : this arrangement would, moreover, prevent deception with regai d to the amount of business transacted. Surprise is often expressed that women, when li ft unprovided for, do not more frequently enter domestic service, and it is sometimes hinted that, siuoe they do not choose to become servants, they cannot bo in very great distress: the tru'.h is, domestic service, like everything else, requires special training, and can seldom he entorsd upon alter early youth. The "Sf.vkn S i Ans." Early ia tho Jays of Cir childhood wj Kara one important fact, that there is a "man in the moon ;" and straightway we proceed to ask our mother a number of pointed questions about the matter. K!;c falis lies our youthinl eurloity by telling us that he was placed thae long, long ago, for stcalrig 11 head of cabbage, and that he has ever since be. n kept at bard labor, "oiling brush," or co'le .ting blanches of tiees o ttiy are trimmed off by the axc-mnn, preparatory to burning them out of ihs way. And when we look at the moon, nnd see a dark figure upon Its disc, somewhat resembling, in outline, the shape of a man, and near it an additional dark spot, which might or might not be a pile of boughs, we go a great deal further than onr mothers we believe the story; and. having believed it, we secretly resolve, in our minds never to commit a thett, lest a similar fate should bo ours. And thus the silly fable at once becomes an important engine in forinj and terming tne ctiara. tor ct the man. l'he Indian mothers have a storv somewhat like that of the "man in the moon," which they tell to their children as our mothers tell the story to us w ith this dill'erincc, however ; they beln ve the story themsches, while ottr mothers do not. Ileieitis. "Viry long agi seven little boys took it into their heads to have a feast after the nuii.ncr of thiir fathers, and they went to th;ir mothers praj lug for pciinisjion. Their mothers refused 1 he mi alter which they decided to rehoi, and huT tbo feant anyhow. They procured a little white dog to sacrliiec; and. having placed it upon the lire, they commenced dancing around us the, had seen theJr fathers do on momentous occa sions. While they were fins engaged they were suJdenly caught up by some invisible power, and iariK.1 off through the air. Their 111 ithers heard their cries, nnd came forth from their lodges, only to see them mount higher an 1 hi-ther, until Ihey tool: their place amon;.- the stars in the sky, to dance on for e'.er nnd ever." When the Indian mother t :11s this story, she points out the seven stars of the I'lcioUcs; u:ul tbe embryo warrior ticmMuS to think whu' an avMiil lute miht IjoimII the youth who was tu tboiiKUiKft, us to disouiy his moitier. Ov Takivt, Cot u. The effects of taking cold or the diseases produced are many and various, nnd frequently serious and incurable, and not el lorn fatal. T.' king cold is mostly, if not always, the cause of the following diseases namely, chlltlnius. l atarrli, uronciiitts, pneumoutii, pieu r:sv. uimihvgcimitoiis asthma, nhtbisis. and itluiost. nil other lung diseases; larynguis.quinsy, aore-throat, and croup; rheumatism utid lum bago; lericarditis, umlocardiiis, hyjsirlrophy, ai,d ililatiuion ol the heart; erysipelas, tic-dolo. rcux, headache, toothache, sciatica, and other ncutalitins ; convulsions, hydrocephalus, nnd paralysis; diarrli iu, dysentery, jaundice, bilious ui'acks, cholera InfiinMm, nnd clmleia morbus oiihthriliiiia, ozn na, polypus, otorrhea, and deaf in ss ; peritonitis, aseltes.nnd dropsies generally; JirpalilU', nephritis, tabes, dysmen' nrh" a.amuuor rli" a. nbortion. and chlorosis : almost all i alia m mntions, properly so called ; and many lovers, as bilious, ratarrhaf, rheumatic, infantile remittent, and milk fever, and sometimes puerperal a rather lorinidiiblc list of diseases to result from one cause, and a very serious list, too, seeing that these diseases caused, in round numoers ,'(;!!). (loo of tho 427 .000, that is. eight-tenths of the whole number of deaths given in the last report of the Hegistritr-General ; and those of them that resulted exclusively from taking cold caused 7.'l,j;i'J deaths, that is, nearly one-sixth of the whole number; but the number of dis- euses resulting from tnktn j cold bears a greater nmuortlon to the whole than do the deaths bi'ciiuse maiiv of these diseases never do end in denth; tor instance, chilblains, tic-doloreux, Letidaihe, toothache, and other neuralgias; tipthalmin, ocna, polypus. Ucainess, dysmeaor 1-1,, h m il other disorders of menstruation llavintr examined all the cases I treated lust month (March). I find that those that have with out doubt resulted from taking cold, lorm very nearly one-half of the whole. The prophylaxis, or means of preventing taking cold, urc the fol lowing, namely : Laercise, baths, and food, and a due adaptation, to the varying conditions ol the air and v ater. A guardians of the public health, we should with ull our patients, and especially in our own fumiUes, insist on the proper rfotbing of children and young girls, for the protection and development of their vital r":, ns. mil as means of assistance to their growth tud strength as of preventing their taking told. We thould also deprecate the practice of washing ia warm wat;ir, aud advocate dally cold wuter sponging or bathing, and sliould druw attention to tie variations in the atmosphere, und explain their ijidueuie on the human body, and polut out tho noeesMty of regulating the clothing and hubits accordingly, and explain to bronchial subiwsu the necessity of possessing, Hnd tbe time and mranyr id U-iug, artapirator. UvmctojHUuc iinwir. MIBCELLAiyr,0TJ8 ITEMS. 1 "Wrfitr. Atib Tut f.ow. Talk as yon will bfrti sovereignly oi ins whiia iw x, iui:re nrr no sovereigns like th yellow one. - l)o oi.as Jr.iiiirr.o.-On of the most tonchinlt and at the same tun witty things said by the Ute Donglm Jerrold,we do not rsnemtMr to nave sei nliefore. If It has already received the im primatur it will liear repetition. One evening .leiTOItl WRS HI B pariy W IHirc i".".ini ,r.n, ikv- rary men and publishers were assembled, and the conversation tinned upon epinpns. jerroui kvb his opinion that an epitaph should not consist Of more than one or two words, Including- the name. When the langh hud subside, 1, lor no oneurearoeu he was In earnest, Charles Knight, who was pre sent, handed a piore 01 piper and a pencil to .(errold, and lwfgcd him to write nu ( Miigut sj epiuiph. Jen-old took the psper, and instantly wrote down two simple words, "Uood night !" Tiiv. Anr oy Rr.Amtcn Ai.o' ti. There Is no social pleasure, amonesi inosi; 11 nas wn niv iui to experience, which 1 esb'etn more highly than that of listening to an Interesting book well read, when n fireside circle, chiefly composed of agree able and Intelligent women, are seated nt their work. In the same way as tho lonely traveler, alter gaining some lofty eminence, on the open ing ol soino lovely van y, or the closing 01 some sunset scene, longs to sec the jovsho Is then fil ing reflect! d in the fa -e of the being he loves best on corth ; so, a great portion of the enjoyment of reading, as experienced hy a social disposition, depends npon tne eamo impressions ucmg inuuu upon congenial minds at lue same nine. 1 uhtu spoken of an interesting book, well read, bc a-iso 1 think tho art of reading aloud is far t.si rarely cultivated; nnd I have often burn astonished at the deficiency which exists on this point, niter what is called a finwhod education. Loud Krvvov bus left a great and well-earned unmet yet lie inunigea many jx-euiiariiies 01 opinion, n.iy, mnny strong prciudices, wbutn worked injustice, ills parsimonious meanness, in dress, equipage, and style of living, was pro verbial ; and his fondness lor intr.sliicini.' sup posed quotations from the classlcs.ludir rously mis understood, was so Inveterate a -to provoke the rebuke of (icorgc 111. 'Tray, my lord, keep to yonr good law and give us no more of your bad Latin. In nn amusing miscellany ho is repre sented as addrossing the jury "Having thus discharged yonr consciences, gentlemen, you niBvietirc to your homes in peace, with the de lightful consciousness of having performed your duties well, and may lay ycur nciids on vour flllows, nnd sny, 'Am t irtar am nuuu. in ole ridge's "Table Talk" he Is stated have said "Above nil, gentlemen, need I name to you the Kmperor Julian, who was so celebrated for the practice of every Christian vlrtne that he was called Julian tho Apostle i" An Ei.rrii nt A-n Ut i.i. Fioiit Tub UtTt. Nowinni:. The Spaniards, who have a vory exaggerated notion of the tichting powers of a fierce young bull, determined a little while a?o to test him against an elephant. When the elephant was brought to the I'luce des Taurcaux a fiery young bull was turned out. Tho bull advanced against nis tcrrimc nuversnry wunom evincing the slightest fear. He attempted to Hank him, in order to wound him ; nut tlieelcpliant.exnioiting an equal agility in his motion, did not sutler him to approach. 'Finally, the bull nttu "kod him U front; but every whore confronted by the for midable tusKS, wuicu interposed an impregnate barrier, he did not succeed in wounding him. At Inst, in our of his assaults, the bull succeeded In thrustii'g his head licncath the tusks; but, before he conld penetrate the tough hide of the elephant, he fell to the earth. The spectators only saw tho elephant bend bis head slichtlv, and rest the ex tremities of Ills tusks, which had been plugged, upon the back of the bull. From that moment the bull was hor tie combat, nmi when they after wards killed him it was found that three ribs were completely crushed by the almost imper ceptible movement the elephant had made in holding bim w itn his tusKs. Tilt 1 n 11 tov as a WATi:HiNo.rt.ep. One ren son for Ihc steady popularity of Brighton is that the ereat demand for accommodation having been met by increasing building, those who are disappointed of quarters elsewhere, or those oblmed to make a move suddenly, have a cer tninty of finding at all times nnd all seasons something to suit their requirements mere small rooms and moderate, large rooms ami dear, whole houses or half, noar Ihc sea or far away, In winter its keen air is tempered hy its brilliant sun, in summer its heat und glare modified by its fresh brce.es, and tho lightness or the atmosphcro Is peculiarly reviving after the heavy warmth of London In July and August; and thus, despite its expenses, lirighton retains lis prominent position amongst tno watering. places frequented bv London society. lTnfnr Dished bouses are perhaps, on the whole, noi more expensive than nt many other places, and every gradution of size and rent may bo found there; neliherare turnisncu nouses nor apart ments in tho winter season much, il anything, above the same kind of accommodation at St. Leonard's, sjcailMrougb, aud Iover during their licst seasons. These urc the conveniences of Tlriuhton. and few other watering-places caq offer them." The Foot-liohts An I.v.rsioti, Scien- Tll'le-. A?n .r.rl l, l.r ohm. A mo.-l Iuhv- nious application on scientnic principles to the illumination of theatres, has just been carried out by M. Sonbra. Tbe foot-lights in front of the singe 01 a theatre are almost invariably argum burners, surrounded by glass. Isot only Is there gieat danger of tho thin dresses worn by the. actresses taking lire, but the products of com bustion vitiate tho atmosphere of the stage, whilst tho heated nir, rising from them inst across tho line of sight of the specta tors In the stalls, renders the view from these seats less pleasant than it would otherwise be. The reason why the Maine of an argand burner; or any other light, points upwards, is owing to the heated air ; and products of combustion beimr lighter than cold nir, the former, therefore, rise upwarus, ana cause tne name to rise aiso. ii, hu ever, a downward movement could be im pressed npon the heated products of combustion, the flame would equally wen totiow tne same direction, and would continue to burn down wards. M. tsoubra, therefore, takes a wide glass fdpe bent in the form of the letter V ; one leg, lowever, being considerably longer than the other one. Just inside the shorter leg of the two an argand burner is inverted, and the longer leg of the tube being heated for a short time, so as to rarefy the air in it and cause a downward cuYrent in the short end, the argand burner is lighted, and tbe flume, following tho direction oi the current of air with which it is surrounded, continues to burn upside down the current once established, being sustained by the beat from the inverted flame. The advantages from this new arrangement urc as follows: The sup port of the globes, or lamp-glasses, are placed above the flame und do not intercept thclh-ht; the icllectors also are in 110 danger of becoming bluckened by smoke, and they collect rays that would otherwise be lost in the air; the Maine has a more elevated temperature on account of tho heat being concentrated by the syphon, a:id the carbon consequently is more itic'unili'seent; tho products of combustion m iv easily be can-led 11 way through the longer leg of the tabe into a 1 .iiiiiir.v i.ta,ul m' viti ilitur tliA ulr nl'lha nnjri. ' incuts. "The advantages, us to safety, o, m this plan are so obvious that no time should be lost In introducing this method of illumination into this country. It is, wo understand, already adopted In l rnnce with great success. rOEEIGN JOTTINGS. The number of young In tbe shell of an oys ter at spawning lime is said to be l,sou,iMKI. The Last of liiiglund Hank recently stopp id pavmenl for a large dciieicnry, about three mil lions of dollars. The present trade between England and I'lonic Is largely in favor of Trance. ithont the trade of the loyal State, England would h" almost ruined. Isaac Watson, servant 'of Mrs. Harrison, an English country lady, was recently fined (is. ild. for not attending church according to her direc tions. The Central Statistical Society tit Stockholm has just published the general return of the popu lation of tsweden, which the lust year amounted to no more than 4,JoO,iW totils. Norway con tains 100,000. An institution for tho treatment of the discuses of the heart, so sudden and fatal, exists at No. 0" Margaret street, Cavendish Pnuure, London, and is said to be uiarkaldy cilicicut iu their cure. In New Caledonia, a French penal settle ment, the natives have net yet profited much hy their intercourse with their friends. Catiiiibuli.Mii exists unchecked in all its horrors. Recently several leasts came otf at Moneo. No lets than two males and twelve females, taken prisoners, were killed und eaten by one of the tribes. M. Fetiillet de Conches has spent twenty je;,rs In exploring the archives of Austria, Run i n, Italy, and Swcdeu, for a new historical work, which will include uiuny singular diplomatic revelation. Letters will amiear irom Louis X.VI, Mane Antoinette, aud the mprcs C'alhurme 11, ol Kussiu. The loading' article of a London Journal of large weekly circulation uiukcs tne totiow .ng rooicssion, tihlie muaitaiuiUh' that Lngiandcan fltl.t as well or ever : "This nation of shopkeepers Is that of the Vile, Of llalaklava, of Allwul that built the Alabama, that munucd her, that tarried her into action w ilh the Kenrmme. Tbe men that fought against inch odds the eurseou that sank w ith the ship rather than desert hu post (he gunners that loaded and tired till the sinking of the ship drowned out trie tire of her engines th'-sc men were Englishmen us true hearts of ouk, as seasoned chips or the old block, as ever swept th seat with Jjlttke, Or with lloUuey, Howe, or Duncan." j FOURTH EDITION. LATEST FROM GEN. GRANT. OUR FORCES WITniN SEVEN MILES OF RICHMOND. REBELS DBIVEN BACK DUHINQ EVEliY ENCOTJNTEB. Npwlnl to The Rvrnlns: Trle-riph. WAsiiisoioy, August 17. The advices from liecp Uottom up to yesterday morning state that our lines have advanced to w ithin seven miles of Itichmond. There was considerable fighting during the day, in which the llebels were iuv.iriably driven back. FROM ATLANTA. General Logan's Official Report TBE REBEL ATTACK ON OUR LEFT ON JULY 28th. FEARFUL LOSSES ENEMY. OF THE DETAILS OF THE ENGAGEMENT. late., lit., JHo., TZtfi., Etc WAsitijtoTox.Atignst 17. The following report from General Logan has been received at head quarters : Headqvartkhs I'irTKr.NTH Aiimv Coins, m roHE Atlanta, (in., July 23, li'JI. Colonel: I have the honor to report that, in pursuance of orders, I moved my commaud In position on the rljbt of the 17th Army Corps, which was the ex treme right of tbe nrmy in the field, on the night and morning of the 27th and 2Hth instant ; and, during my advanco In lino of battle to a more desirable position, wo were met by the Rebel infantry from Hardee's aud Lee's Corps, who made a desperato and determined attack nt Hi o'clock A. M. of the 2Sth. My lines were only protected by logs and rails, hastily thrown in front of them. Tho first onset was received and checked, and the battle com menced and lasted until about 3 o'clock in tho afternoon. During that time six succcssivo charges were made, which were six times gal lantly repulsed, each time with fearful loss to the enemy. Later in tho cveniug my lines wcro several times assaulted vigorously, but each time with a llhe result. The mom of the fighting occurred on General Harrow and Smith's front, which formed tho centre and right of the command. The troops could not have displayed more courage nor greater determination not to yield. ILid they shown less, they would have been driven from their position. Urigadicr-Genorals Woods, Smith, and Harrow, division commanders, are entitle! to equal credit for their gallant conduct and skill in repelling tho assaults. My thanks aro duo to Major-Gcucrols Blair and Dodge for Bending me reinforcements at a timo when they were much needed. My losses were oO killed, 1W wounded, and "3 missing; In the aggregato 572 men. Tho division of General Harrow captured flvo battle-flags. There were about 10W or2000mus kets captured. One thousand nnd six prisoners were captured, exclusive of seventy-three woundod, who have been rciuuicil tu the nospluila, aud uro being taken care of by our surgeons. Live hundred and sixty-five Rebels, up to this time, have been buried. About two hundred are supposed to be yet unbtiried. A large number were undoubtedly can-led away during the right, ns the enemy did not withdraw until nearly daylight. The enemy ' loss could not have been less-, in iny judgment, than six or seven thousand. 1 nm, respectfully, your obedient servant, John A. Logan, Miijor-General Commanding 15th Army Corps, LIcut.-C'ol. Wm. T. Clark, Asst. Adjt.-Gen, INDOHSEMENT. llEADQVAKTEnS AEMT OF THE TENNESSEE m.i-oiu; Atlanta, Ga., July 29, 1801. In for warding the within report, I wish to express my high gratification with the conduct of the troops engaged. I never saw better conduct in battle. The General Commanding tho loth Army Corps, though ill nnd mnch worn, was indefati gable, and tho success of tbe day is as much attributable to lilm as to any ono man. His officers, and In fact all the ofllcora of tbi9 army that came under my observation, co-operated promptly and heartily with him. O. O. IIowaeu, Mujor-Geucral. PEXXSVLVAMAV l.EaSI.ATl'RR. Harbishleu, August 17, fsNxm. Mr. Johnson presented a petition signed by '.'13 privates of the 187th Regiment l'tuiisylviiniu Volunteers, asking for a redress of grievances, und a return to tbe Statu for Provost Guard duty, in accordance with their terms of enlistment. Mr. AVoriblngton Introduced an act Increasing the lees ol hhenlls, rrothonoturies, aud Clerks of Ihe Or), hum. Com is ot the Mute. v artotis local bounty nuts were introduced. Mr. Kinsey. an net extending tho corporato powers of the borough of Brisrol. Mr. Donovan, a communication from Philadel phia City Councils nhitivo to the new militia law. Mr. Cbanipneys read au act allowing tho bitnka wbich woie granted an extension of their char ters last winter, aud which had not yet signified their acceptance ol the same, an additional time to do so, ut the first ordinary meeting of their botiTd of directors. The bill passed. Mr. Conuell introilnced an act relutive to ooul mining ecuiinies, giving to thoso already in eorioruted, and having the power to purchase lands, ihe additional authority of leasing coal hinds. Adioitrned until 8 P. M. II ir sr.. The House met at 10 A. M. Mr. Myers (Uedlord) otlered the following aiuctidmi ut to tho militia bill . VrvUhd, That nothing in this act slinll be so construed as to confer power upon tho Governor or any ottlccr of any body of troops lo be raised under this law, to send or take such troops be yond the limits of this Btute. Pending debate upon this amendment, the Speaker laid before tbe Houte tho Semite amend ment to the ait enabling .state bunks to trunsuct business under the national law. Tbe amendment roouiro tho banks which make the change to surrender the specie certlti etuis of tbe Ktate which they received in 18'i2. 1 he amendment was agreed to, and Ute bill n as passed. lu addition to tho amendment of Mr. Myers, another amendment, tixing the penalties of desert-on f rom the militia force, was otlered by Mr. Gloss. Mr. Turdy spoke at length, defending the Democratic party from the enarg.i of uislovAlly, alleging that they upheld the laws and the Consti tution against the sggressiona of the Administra tion, wbich had distinctly pledged itself to etiu iiuiah alaiety in the South, at every sacrifice. He praised General MdTulUn, and denounced he Union Lrauiie as a scrt society, which had its existence before the organisation of tho American Knight, if there wtu really any such loeii'tv. ' The amendment of Mr. Meyers, prohibiting troops frcm going outside of tlw State, was loel ayes, M ; uays, n. Mr. Mev. is ihen offered another amendment that tho troops shall not be sent In-yond tho natural defensive limits ol the stittc. lhis oxpiokaliin was txpllI"ctt to he tbo line Of the Potomac river. Mr. Hmith tliounht the natural deienses ol the Plate woie down ou the James river. j WF. ALT it, HEALTII, AND " J '-tTI' ff tAffnt4fiitrtnvr'i I( u tail Invidious sisln; If lo a blumiiBK ttowsr, Fsdlns, djla la an knur-BRAi rt I tr In hTa a host of rfxl t Iffervlc Iniiiit smena; II Willi h'i h lxr (.(.Hid to wil: II nisrtoc stuns when Ue.l- , LI1 Tl'tn llva ttircarr ftn! tfn. Wishing Its as Inns ata ; B to luc a life t ."a' ; If to dm and sn to tn Hi: ali f If yon mill a lifts of alaanT t If yml aluo IMs world s lr.iasi.ras; Ii avery t'onooit von winM . Tak! mf ailvlco. ami w!h o(l Ihr'.i. Tt,n, linvlng IleaKli, Wealth, iiTl'l H Slity, Tou'll hs prr irtrl fi,r t. rr 'Inty. Bt a ranfiil r"Tiial of Dr.WIM.IAM VliUWl) N"W H.iok. 1 UK .MAMHIAllK (ll llir, wM.li nl'OMld he nA byecryen- aoie h It'oineU'Ti g n.a'iv, .ind fi Juniors uQI'.v, M'J. l Slttl UB STKIEI ; rrli-o Ki llTlH. ' V & WRIGHT & SIDDALL No. 110 M.irkHt Ptroot nrrwr.EN front aw becctjd tsrnrr.Ts. 0. w. wmiiiir. r. h. siDi'iu. DRUGGIST S, FU VSICIANS, f'.EVKRAL sroBKtr.Ermt9. Can And atonrcstabllaliinaTit aOjtlnf sortmantor ImaorV4 and Domrttlc Drugs, Topnlar Patf :it Medicines, I'alntt, Coal Oil, Window Ola, a. i'rescrlpUoa Vfals, ?., at at low prices aa ganalno first-class ffnoda can be riSK EHSKNTIAL OIf.1 For Confectioners, In full variety, and of tbsbet rasllty. Cochineal, Itcrjal ln,lli, Madikr, l'ot An, Cn trxar, (Ma Ash, Alum, Oil of VII riot, AnllMto.Conpert, Es'rsot of Loswnod, Ac, KOll LVKH8' ute, at aye on hand, at lew eat net cah prfa. riKB SI'ICES TOR FAtfTLT fSP, flronnd cxpreity Tor our saki, and to nhlon we invite tAe attention of Uioso in want oi'rriuide artt:l'-a. Also, J.VDJUO, STAHCil, MVXTARB, V?., slilfi quality. OnKire by and), or elty pint, win sofetiTltn prompt at tention, or sp' cUl quota. lum will te fornltfied wlien r aneited. WRIGHT ft HIDOAIjtj, Wholoale Drug Wsn h n-e, JaU-ly Ko. 119 at IKKET Street, a)ove Front. pAIINTIIWCJM I'AINTlNail Ho. 47 B. THIRD BTKEET, ABOVE caESSUT, mntlelfhla. FAHY ft HHOTIIKItj GOrjHE, BtGB. AliD ORMAafENTAb PAINTrjW Oraintng, Olailng.OUdlngcn Glaii.Kalaomlalnit, Papet Tanilahlng.Ao. eplttf gDMUKD A. SOUDER & 00., COMMISSION MEHCIIANTb, AND Ellir AND STEAMBOAT AGENTS. DOCK STREET WHARF, PBlt.ADLJ.rELT A. a4-tl arm-so A. ornri, ant hihai o nr-nr, aiariiLM T. ai'liiEB RAILROAD LINES. lIllIU.DKLriIIA, WILMINGTON, AND X ilALTlMUHK KAII.nOM). i:ilAb or ill 1 1 lirt. On and alter MiisiiAV, Aut-nat 1, WA, r..u,iiilrl..i,i. louvi. l'hllil,lilltll,lH lor Ha llinurR at i express. uiniays cxcimh:u,,i-.-vi .1. XI W l Jl ,.,,1 111 -Jl l. M i;iiesiur at e u.,, ii-iu a. -si., i ou, l .iu, 1 jv, ti nu w. Vi llmlnsTon at s .in rsiontniys e-irepifr, aw.iroa. at., 1 H'-si, 4-ISI, li-lS., in ;10 nnd 11 -mi v. M. w 1 aslle at s-s.t . si. ami rsi r. ji. lsiver (it u't A. M. andl'Jur. M. Ullloid at Sit'. A, M fiaLll.ory ill H (.', A. M. ' ru iiK'si inn vntr. iriVTi'in 1. I.eavo Ttaltluioro at H'lo. 1110 A. M. it.vprm), 110, D-Jj nml in :'.'ir. l. , W Iniiniilon ot I IS, ft;, A. M., 1, ri, , J, 7 and tl ill I'. M. Kallsbnry at Il-M A 31. Miliord at 2-4.'. 1". M. I lover af li .0 A. M., nnd PHP. M. v.. I 'nttl.. ,11 s ::o l. Hi an, 1 1'."7 P. Xf. 'h.itir at 7-15. scto A. It., I ts), i i 4-t', 5 OD, 7 .-.'l, 0-4O P M I . live Tlidilmorc f ir Salisbury and ind rmr d:t station", "Veave iiaitunnre for Dover and lu'.cnnedl-ita ttatloas at I'll) t At. Tit A INS rOIt BALTIMOKK. Iniv, Clil sl.'rnl S'Jft A. 1 . :l-(l", Olid ll-'lo I . M. L.avo Wlhmntiuu at SUO, 9-.'i A. At., a-10 a id IV 10 1 fri'lKlit Trains, with rassonger Car aiU:hcd, wOlrua l.im e Wilmington furPoifyvaieaiidinUrnioi'.la'cpl.Kct SI .SIiAV:-Onlyatt;!0A.M..10T0P..M.,l'ronirhila- ili.lnlil.i to llulliinoi't. from I'liUudvhilil.i to Wilmington at 1 00 A. M., 10-30, and II P. .M. from Wflnilnelon to Plilladelphla at 1 IS A. M. and TOO r. M. Duly at lU-.'O P. VI , irom nii'imori 10 i-unj'ieii -na. 1st 11 r. KKNM;i , jrnpoi inte.i ; -ot. 1SG4. CAMDKN AND ATL.VN- TIO KAII.KO.VI. RtTVMI'li AKHANiiEMr.KT. 1SG4. TIHtOI lOI IN TWO HOI iCH ! ! I Four trains dntlr lo Atlanuo City. On and niter Mo.NUAY, July 1, trains k'av. Vinoitroct r 1 rry ns iomows : Hall, 7-:W A.M. Fn lnht, with pneiienirer ear attached, 1-15 A, M, F.xpreht (throilKli lli' liuure) 2'Kil'. At. Atlantic Aecouinlodi'llon, I lo P. M. Juui'tls-n Accoiimi Hiutb-n, tt-iin I'. .1. KKI t ltM.Nil l.K.AVKS ATLANTIC, AroommiMla'lon ( Atlantic; i !4 A. M. Kxpreitl,7'liH A. M. yrelBlit.ll-.'iO A.M. Ilsll,4-4SP. tl. .litii.'0.,n tot'oiiinioileilnn. fi'OO t . Xf. fare lo Allan, I,-, fiim. Hound Trip Tt Iran (irodonly for U10 day end tram on wmrn tnov arc irsii. ,1; j vv. EXlltA IIAIUIONPIBLD IKAINd, lajavcVllii' alriet I01.i A M. and I 00 I'. M. Leuve UddoiiUi!d l'l' I'. M. and 2'lu P. at. UN Kl'NllAYS, Vail train for Atlantic leaves Vbia street J'M A.M. Leaves Atlantic t'lS 1'. M . ),30-tf JOHN O. BRYANT, Anent. I)lIILADKI.riUA AND BALTIMOHK CEN THAl. KAII.itOAU, OPEN TO 0XF01tt Sl'KlNll AltnANUiD.Mi.N I . On ai d utter I BIDAY, April 1, U'H.thc trnhu will leave at (Slows : I.KAVE KAST1VARD. 1 I EAVE WEB TWAKD. S-rATlOlsS. A.M. Oxionl 11 ) Vi est tlrovo I' i7 Avontlale 7 Kennett 7sn C.iad'l 1 lord. ...7 12 C.llrord 'S-'O W.'..llilll'tlua.. S'la l'hllndi Ipsla :l 22 si. s, IMOS-. .1. 3 -J.') Phliatli'lphia.... a-W 4 a ;l.,2 Wost 1 hestei.., 71'j 4 V 4 ill W.i'..lmiCtlou,. O 'H 611 4-17 I'oiu-tirtl tl '2-1 4 II Clm.ltt sloril.... 11-41 li It .lis) K'-nnilt ln-di 0 :I7 o 1 Annul, He in -.'l U- .1 C JO We-tiir.ive 10 'Jl 7 0J West heslt r ) 10 C.ltiDMorl lu-'si ID l'assenuer llt iiot ill Philatli'luliia lia been liiill.'Od F.lklil'eiuli and Slarkvl 'i. ,-i.. lo T 111 K I V r 1 ItS 1 aud MAKKI I Mru'li. West I'hiliuli duhi 1. Mark, I Mle.o 1'atseni:er Itadu :iy Cart i-nui iy rasscnifort to uud lioia tf, iiepot, l'ttHst iigers no throuyb wltbcit ehanse of ears. Ju l HE NUT We.uD, .siuperinn adent ALEM It A II, ROAD COMPANY. RUX- iilns time 01 Trulua, comineucuis rltlOAY, January j 1S4 : 'lrr.,m Walnut Rtreat Wharf at 9 A.M. .3 and 4 P.M. fit lilit 12 M. ft' lurnluit, leavti rlaleiu ut 4 A. al.ttt isl A. Ai.illOl'.M. f KlsniiJauy ea, n viuy. Amnvto ' MOKTON Mll.l.t. Aif'iit, Bocoud Covered I'loi- abovo w AI.SL'T ftieaf, S llKLAWAItB ivaiiue. J4-tf J. VAX KLNSSEL.l.lt,S, ,crllituaent. SHIPPING. ML STEAM WEEKLY TO I.IVER- AJL pK"l toitclifntr I'H.'uociis-town, Cork Martior. lit w.ll kituw o -ti'iiuti'ii (il t lie I ivti 1.0.1,, Ni-w Yurk, nd Hhihii'c.fhm Kto..itfl.i,t ruuipmiy r iutinttott tu tAttvit in luiit-wK CITY OK l ONlrOX.PRtHidv.Auc.lM ?0. cm OF liAL'l IMOIU:. ismur.l,AuKi)it2; K 1 N A . Hntiir0ii . Hi-niciubor '1 1. Ami evi'rv nccet'Uin hniuitluy, At nKn, fn'iu 1'ier No. i N.-t'ih ir. HATCH Of VHACV.. PdvaMeln Cold, or li-.iiuiviiirm tniltirroiicy: i'trsi i'ttuin f i our tite t.TO'fK) j- trw( ni nn to l ontimt s: ix- sttu-rurje to I-uihImq,,. :, m 1'ir.Ht Ciii-iii loTuiis... !i.M) Htfeiute Lu Parii U J-'lntl'tiltlii IcItuinUurHitU'Oi N(eiTiti:e in ilotnlnuK. . .17 00 I'li-M-M-' t arenlMi iti wnnlcl to Huvr4 Itii'iiK.'u, Uol ttriiuui. Ant" em. A- . t punuilr )iwrutfn. 1- :irc li ui trrix ul ir 'm t uttiiwii : Hmt CaUil. 75, 'I lii.se y 1 1 w l-li to tvuti ur ll.Ur irii-nUtt cuu buy ti'.'kJi lie:- nt ihe f rntt k ui tuit.fr imutiuutlcn ap;.1v at the Company omcca. Ko. Ill WALK I T Sireot, r:aiaJt-Ji.!iU. liOSTON AND PHILADELPHIA Htnift!'h l.tno. nilliiif iiuin escli im i iKl A.S. tniu Iti't w lurf uiMi.e 1'lSf. Mr.'i.i.rrmi il'iiii'it, Hint I.citii Whmf, ltONtoti. Krom tJn wl.arf Htti'Vt' I'lflt StTl'el.f'Il rtTUiaV,AHi;U11i, I-e4. 1 l.f fiiiti.-I.il- OJtMA,, Utiii-r. will kiultiMm Ph IaJhI- rlilu tor i tot ton, iD frditiniHy. AitbtUtt -J). nt 10 A. M riimiucii'in.i, i kttuit any . hi t r. ji. Hit ). in w n,itd itu(iKtiit tU Rtcumililp. fomi a rojulif rtu-, sit i ui 1 1 oiii fiini inn imiii uu-iiy i-n fttiuirtiAv , liiuiuiki'i, vittcU-L- at uni'-JiiiU lla- itcuiitiUi cli;tJ oil rivjjhtM '.ftken nt fulr ratoi. HiipiH-i'M ritietttoa lo ouml Blip -cel tf tnd It ills LB riu wl'h tiicir i-'injJ-. 1 leijlit mi P. age (tirtiiif fine aorontmodettlous) )-ti Ko.:(;L ..li:LAVAKli Awuue. p FOU NEW YOUK. DESPATCH iMrtIii mi r i BvTitinirvj .ini via IH-lawara aiii i.i u Jitai. I I.l' ktn.iiiieii ol thL- i hue arc leaving dailv at U n'clock M., aud tt t" clock p hove Walnut itreH. t-or JieiPht, whlrb will hi tkn tm accooimo.lfttiag II i s . -' i io liaI.lA.1t M. ! A titU tU.,aj.i;'is), i'i.i.an AitL Avenue. nfU 10R MVEHPOOL, BATL'ItUAV, i i.e 1. rir.lt (tnu AALOL'VEK, Captain 1. V. Carliala, s- mi nan mm Nml .. tj'ur iri-iKht oi passane, anply to luuaila nu n.viiijsow a rvt.. Jjl -V iso.lul WAtA'L'X btroef. RAILROAD LINES. IS iftv K A IT. ROA I) MNK NOKIU, rilH.AnKI.rill A TO BKOKI YIT. TUHOLOH IU KIVK UOl ItH. f xci RMnM nrKFT ,;ki for TiTtm TAT. n Mnfl rtr MONDAY, A.ti tt 1, )t4, trulnn wtM lnT Ami ni VlhH Mtrvt, FhllHlrh', vrry awnlnR nt S A . JU. (BiintU ifji10l,lbH ii lv Hit- I'mimI!! mill A t Intk Mitl lt.irlun an iVrln-ar1 V.my tUti'U to rrt Mnamotitts, ami lih cnnim.xliotin tanir Hoyt, ln fft of Ati inttr trM, lirikiyn ; rtnrninp, Imvo At lantic Htieck Y han laj i,hnudi Atittdy, ttt 11 A V. TTvVr fi th elf? of Vnw Vrlt am nMlflrd aof to viy ir pniftvit by tnu Hi( th Htitio of Nt-vv mm' y a Intf (ir u'td to the i anid'-n mill Ainhoy ntntiofMiif Hie fJc)lIll3 rlVtlt"(T nf f irrj tflK p.i'iieM Httti ffl(!it Lit. twciai tie iitfR mi pdilBflrli'hi.i an 4 New irk. tt' V. I'. ItlHTTfl. ivni'rtl Sii'iorhit-nth lit. IHIJI.ADFI.I'IIIA, OEllMANTOWN, ANU 'l)tlllSIO KAIl.UOAH. I 1 l I. 1AIII E rn and after .MOmiAV, aliy !', ld, uU flirther notice. or (ir.RMVUTOwv. lesTB riiilnl'lpMa , 1, I'Ul.r.' A. M.-, 1,1,310, .' . ..' 7, s,', in, ii, itr.. LV .Vo (i.m...it..n. ;, T. T-. ,.. 1". 1'. IS A. St., 4 ,k,s, S.C',.7, S.", IU. ti . andl' I'. M. 'Thes MHiwa, and it e l'; andO'i Irsun up, do not tt n IheO rinai,l. n Hi in, h. ( IIKM 1' HIM. t Mt.ltOAP. Trove r'Uad!plila,, ,l",bi A.M.; . Vi,Z.1.9, ""''f'a'voi ne.iiiit It'll, 7-!t .910, H tOA.M.il-lO.3-10, S40-r.-iv;,!i,,;!.rnVo!i- , s.. . l.eare l'hllad'l'Mi 11 W A. M.i l'i,J,4S,t t, ',,S(i;.. niul II, f. V. ... , , ,,, leme N"rriiliinn,f'4, 7, rw.J M'.li .1, i.-, i.l. The M, train up. will K )B atWIssalilikon, Manayank, and Cinftboikcn only 1 lilt SAMltOft. Lcavr. I'l.iln.tit t.i.i. , !);(, il-is'i A. M , i'i, 'S, t.'i, s (.-,nd II Vi I". H. ..... Leave M.ir.juiik,f,'4, T.'i.t-;", f.'i, II i A. M., z,l, . and 9,'a I'. Jl. ..... II. K.isirs, f ienerai tnioi irienoeni. my 11 Ixpot, JN . S TH ami ' KKKM siri'H. VORT1I 1'KNNVYLVANIA IIAILROAI). 1 ror Br.Tiii.Knoi. imri.rruw n, kastox, Mil til CHI Ik, IIAI.LIO.N. WIl.XI.MlMlllt.. and WILLI AMM'i'KT. HI SIMF.K SKrANOF.M'iTlT. Al'IM I IO.NAL TIM IN S. Oa and afo-r ViN HAV, June III. 1.I Ta-fneir Trains Will N ttM tt:- N' I " l'"t, I I' tl( II S'roi-', il,oie I t'.oiup- son strc.t, rnusdmpi'ia, 'laiiy irnnnars i.cenui, "J folio s: . 7 A.M. lEPJ-es) :or ii'Mr.iineTd, Aiu'niown, -iiauto Clinnk, Wnxe-harre, vimnnni rt. tei;, a.m. iAee.,innie.uiloi,) nr iioyieFio n. 10-1.-. A.M. (Ac, "iiiiie'iiiii.ta ) i ir r on i amiiligion. 3 V. ?l. c' "n.ui'i.ljtl.iii) for PoyleMown. , F. si. F.xir'ii for lo.'.nienem, r.asiun, c. 415 1'. M. I Wail) ir 1) xl. ".(own. S I'. P. M. (Ar. niamodaUcn) ior Uclhl. liem, Allintown, and M iti ti Chunk ,-1 . 1. M. ( .V '- iiwiinn.it'on ) lor i.t-naaie. 11 P. M 1 A'TiBii,iod:ili"ii) lor 1' rt Waahmgton. ss rim riin..Mi.i.r'iiA. 1 e ver Itc'1,1 -in i i in r, in A. M.,9 M A.M , .mtfW); P.M. I,,ifi,,n at ; in A. il., J to 1'. .M.,.oi'l i 1'. M. 1.aii,1:i1 al I', A. M. fori W aslillijt.'ll at 11 ." A.M. and 2 P. M. rii"a,let,t,ls aT TI"lliletKm ot ! A. M. Philadelphia I '"T li-'Tl-'iown a J P. V. )i.,)ton ior I'li.la'i-lp'iia at 7 VO . M. I if , lili'liem ior i in .i.l Ki'iin i,.-ii. Illlliiian lla,'.n.' Bs.r'i will rail ior anil e nver nnf- cue at tlie depot. OM rs uiay bo left at 'I.1L1 . UIIKO Bireel. . 1) E A DING U.ULUOAD, It r. till r. A l i II i r i i -r. lilOHr P!MT.IH:l.'lirA TO TUB INTK.innil ' ri,HM, AM , UN' t III I i.nii.i., ni.o- OLKUANN MHBHIi.Nl, AND W.OM1NU VA1.LLV, 0P.TH, NohTllWKSl', AVDTHK CANADAS. Pfcrtftl Kill It 'I II U1 I.(4V tlT C('iit.u.v m i, n, nt TlilHTF.I.MH anil ("AM OWJI1XL "JU'-'-'ti. rt:lta' li-hiu, nt tho IoU-wing At m.i A. li.. for U.liiu. Lebanon, Kohrata, L'llz, rnlunibU. ltarri'biirj.., Pottsvill". Piii.-i.'ro.'. lainvi- Him .mi u iii.imsikiif f. itiiri. ifcfiniai'T. ruixiin r.n Huit.llo. AlN'i Wl kftairo, 1 t'tst- D, York. Cftlltllf, CiiamtHTishiiri:, ll"Miwn. .f 1 he trm 01lll ' IS Al ttI'AJirtU wnp r-usi srciinr-v it fiia Jtailru.nl trmii r Aticn'own, i.. tho liaaiimit; ana C'-luii.bU Itatlroai: f" i;phrat.i, LltV, ana cniumma. mim with the I.t hiinnnV' .lhytr.un for llnrr.shiiTi.'.itc.iat Pitr 'MNTiiS whliCutiiw in' kai'roaM rralns lor W ilk'narn?, WtDi'ininiiort, 1 o. k MaM-n, iJinira, .c; ai ii"ni.n l,rmilh "Noithcni Central, ' " uinherhifltl Vailnv," and "Hchinlklll ami R.'.H.iiic'ianna iraum t-ir m una berland,ViIllunir.r'r otk.ciia.iih.-nh'irjsr, Piucrfroo,Jfcc. Leavn PhtluUi li-liU .-.t ;M0 P. M. for Halln, Potts- tHIp. rin-i no, H-trritM'Tp, Au . roimectlntr at iturrii- lri: with penn-vlvania CViitr.il fralu tor rtt.hnn:. to. i.r)ar0. Klmirii, Jn.,ana at IVrt UntMiwIth C.itjiwUs.i XI..rtl.At-ii nlr-il If ) 1 1 f! i.UI ir.lin I. IT fill II r T . .1UI llllltU- KailroutJ trains lor Milton, S llliamsp'jrt, tluiira, Kuil.tlo KKAIll NT I AU'l 'M U-l 1.11 Ull. LenTC- Kouiitrf at il ') A.M - utoppinji at all way htt- i mih, arrh ii.tr in rii.ii.-i- inh.a :t trim a. m. lCt'turiiiiiir. I v"' fhtuatt-ihaiaaitj'wr'.M. : arm us iu Diin.li.,., l U'lHI p i IT a nr l' in aceiim a iiarrimirK ;im .'i. , un-i Pot.-.vilir-at lf15 A. M .nrrtvinc In Plillintelphla at l m Atn-riii-ii.t) tr.iiim lra llHrriHt)tiru at J P. M I'otl-vllle at l'.Ui p. M,. arrMnu in Phliadelplna at 7 P. M Market train" .villi a insi-wrcr ear att vhtd, leav rhiift.hlhla at 1 P. M.,t.r Rcultnk' and all wbt ntntl;m!i l(-av-B-'Hin.' ni i.', uoo!i, ana i-nH niumowii ai w i M. fur Phflush-li'Ma and nil way ilattoiH. Ail lliu aiiovc Iran- run .any, unuaya rxcqiu-u. r ni.trtv tr.ili.i h ae Poltaville at 7 o0 A. it., and rhll!! deli.hlaaty I.j P. M. , , ' i-iin u I L'I) I" IT I T.'V DilTBlUTI PiUftnccm for bowntnitUiwn and Tiiiona liaT po!nf take th H ltt A. M. ana 0t P. M.truiiii fro:a I'hlladcl'itHi returning from Dowinut j n at 0 10 A. M., uiut U li noon. , . ... Tiiiff. X'w York 7 P. M i.sslne Itnadlncat PJmM nltiiii, ami ooiitictiny at ll.trri" nrK with PcnmytvahiA K tllr(:.t k'M ik tiaillH tir f tUhrTir. R.Miirninii Kirt's trmn iea Marnuurpon hititii ni the ri iitiHvlvaiilft t. iirt-tH i.oiu riuniurn ut w .n ,. m iiav-inu ii. ...iiiiir at h o A. M.. anJ irrivniw' at New . nr at 1 I r M nii'lMIHK ,,! s r.iivaw imun tliroiiirh, beiweca Jeriiy ir.y aua rmaimrK. wiuuui .M.ill t rami ior "srw irrh ..ive nuriii,iir. o j. -i. and 2 P.M. Mall tralr.a ur ilairlstiUriE Kave cvT'ilt atttA.M.andI-M. SI I I LKI i 2l. l.m It IILItlJtlL Train U aT PuttvlMo -it 1 lit A. M. anl rt-.Wp. M re- tnrnhiK fmm 1 usfjarora at S 10 . M. and I ... P. M. HI II I 1 I Mill. I Ml Ml r.M 1 Ti l UAP .UtIAII, Iraini loavt) Antuirn at "t 4 A.M. for PlntirroTe nml UnrrUhtiri- mi.i .it f i'O and 7 10 I . M. Iit FinruTova only r.nirmi'K nom iMnlihurw at i w r.M.t ana iruia riuu M,i at b io A. M.t aiui 4 and V. M. ThronL-V first- lrtii tl. k.-u and cmlcrant tiuXcts to all tho ri . n.ii nointtt tn i tin N rt i anl rst and t nmftai Tde tbhowtnir tt-kut ht ohtrtln:ihlf onlv al the oirioe of fi. l.HADrouL), irea-urer. No. r:7 S. Oi Kill Sirt, 'hliailiintia.orul U. A. Nl'.OI-L, tit-Hcrai .sui'cuniu- itm, Keadlu; - w ,i..lu,- I'flllvll I A 1 lUll llLIXI.li?. At-?o pr c"it diii-nm!, betwe-iu auy pointa desired, furiaiuiheB ur.d ntiKM. rIII.KA(.i: III M.H Ooed ft iWW uiikfi, Llwe.'0 al uointi, at 910 36 oath, l'r tattllieb ana uini. Kor thro, iK, nine, or tw"!vo UaOhIIis. for Uoldera only. lo all poiiiis, al rtuujo.i riiH.( i i.r.itii l ii j. n 1lnJl ltiln,.n IliA litiA ..i il.a, r,,a. I . Ill ha. I'l t tltl 4 hull with con ft, cutltllng tiiemlts and vfvi.s to tickets ut halt tare. . , M fi Mi' li' Ki.rn Fr.ra Plilia.leloNa to urin- hml Mith nn, nooil for Ratur- tla'. bumlav. nnd M-m-lnv, al rudu v il i're. to be had only ttthcTl'.kutonki'.atiHlIU'ENTUaildCAi-LOWlULL Btrwis. ntr.it. itt. Ciodn of all dfKrlpt-.ms itimardid to all the aNov po'nt"', imii th Company a aew irululu Ueut, liltoAl) ana y iLi.un sin ' is. rurifiliT TPAIKS T ciiv PhitaiiltlniiiaL (i.Lilv at -i A. M.. 1 P.M..antl(1P.M li-r jicadlKK, I.eh.irrni, liarrbliur,;, l'otuvili. Port Ciiu- Xvut aud tv.ui ui und. Cloaa at ttiePhlla lelphla poi.Oni" f r all plaooaontha load nud hi brain I;.- at u a t:., tana lur uie pi tuciptu tatioiik only at i l v. il. -TEST CHETEH AND PIIILADELPUIA II KAIUIOAU. VIA MI.I1A. it i . Ai: it a .Nt.r. ii i n r. On and after t JilIAV. Ann) 1, Wr4, Hit TraJm will ltav as HHlu ; l.iivfi I'liilaii. iwiia. trtiin tne I if-not, corner or THiiirr- II .mi andatAKKKT Htrottt, tt A. M 11 A. A1.,'J i' m .. c:ai r. m.i r. m. ptilladi li hla Itt'pot chftntred irom r ir.H Tr.r.N I H ana MAKKKl Mittli to 'UllKli-i lU-U1 and AlAliKtl' Mrit'is. Leave Writ Chester, irom the W' l-ot on East siakkut Bin et, i.'JO A. M., '4; A. 11 A. M P. .M.,4 J he i'ari inu west riMii-ari.inia i-hshoiivt nn iiw.it ri(U)aii ( ,iarki, mrrft)w iii conv y l'aaatiiioia lu una truLu the riiila.it ii-iua i i-t. jia n. reive PI'HadelpMa at A. M. and W P. M. I fitve Wit Ct.t-stfr at rt A Af. rtnl 4 .i-l P. M. TrauiH leavlim Plaladc i-tila ai b A M. and P. M., fird Wc-ti'lit-Ki-ral i i - A. M. und 4 45 P. M., count. t vittt tniina on thi I'l.i aitelDfilJi an-t U.imia'-ro Cenual K.iiirouti luri'M'T-i ami iiitt'n.M 'ii.iii' poinia. jii4-if iii.mjv h uoii, ;riier u MipcnnTenneni. '1'.ST JllItSEY HMl.UOAD LINKS. II t i timini'ii'tue ou MiiSUAV. June 30, lui.i, from YVaJuutauiot rlhari. rim t'.irr. mat. Atn and lu A . M . ltd I M P. af. Tit H.ilrm una ltritlLi'ltin. at !l A. M lilul 4 I. M. I'.il i;lal,t'r", ill II.!', en, I III A. M., anil I nutl 4' 0 V. M . 1 or tVouillmry, (tlollii.lol, ii.,al 0 uliul) A. M..U 31., nun 1 nun s I', n lll-.ll hmmi -iiiAtnr. i,r...Bt CiilieMav 111 il Olid 11 4.'. A. M., .Hid . I01'. M. Millvlllf til 7-40 A.M. .and l'VJ iiudli-M 1". at, SiiIith at li A. M., and 11'' I'. M. Il,l,lt.t.,n ai n h A. M.. I tiO 1'. M. iu.sl.m,i ul71u andH l.1 A M..-.' J'l. M.nnJ t SO P. M. W ix m Mid ali.T'isiaadS'M A. M.,4nd 2 Jo, &, '.. and S 1'.' 1'. 11. THE WK8T .TKItftY LXPItr.-S POMPAKV. OHiee. Ku. 6 tt Al.Kl T Mraoi. w.ll i'll Im- and ,lllree Itiiui'eui-. and altind to nil the usual brandies ol Entire tii.w,"sa. it,a, y m f'Het taken ly ii A M. lint-t only, an4 must bi- vent tu the onu-e the eveumt: nreviniu. tv!tn.. blu ui I iclvr lt 11, if line Bill.l lie it'll I'fluld A. H. A al. ull ueaai'lter u,- uuiuanlut e:n-i, train. 1 j. i aa itL.sa.si.i.Ai.ni ou'.i mica i.ai. ICr 1 rillLADELPHIA AND lot" 4 lCiO-l. LllllC HAILItOAD. loO J. 'i I ia enat tine travortea u,e j.trii,wn ani t,ril souiilles tt Pttnnsyh aula t" tt,e city ,tl llrle on Lake Kru. It hasitt-eu ii-aeeu byiiie i Laftei i.i am.. ii.ii.K'ali CUMPASV, and iiudi-r tln-lr ainplcis it biluu laiud, oneiietl tlirouuhout It. entire li-nmh. 11 it nnsv m uso itti . A.ai iiKt . Hitu ieii,i uu,,uei9 irona Ilitri'lAl.uru lo Kninorluin. (iNi utllt'si.ou the Lastrrn lllil. uou, and tiuiu ijueUmd to Luc vis luilet), ou the VVcttern Divoi'in. 1IMK nr rAStBKGkB TRA1N1 AT rHH.U'l-.l I'lllt. Mali Tram It ayes , H no A. M. l.stresii 1 r.i'n leaves lli-.lol'. M. t ait run tiu'tuhii HTiiitti-r i iiANtti. in,iu wa.aon the, train, tieteri-ea piilla-tftli'l-ia ahd Loik Uaveiuud bitn wi-n tiainiuore iu. i.oi-a iiasen. I'.k'.anl Ait oplua Car on tl.c Exprei.s Train both vara. eur luloi ittalion resitii ting rat,if ujiei tins ,i, appls of ti.. n. r. . ci ner in r.i.e.1 en i it ana ai&itriL 1 btiuelt. jiau i"i iitijui uustiu'e. in lite i iiiiiuanv . Aeui. : 8. 11. Klnjiun.Jr., corner blXlLLNlliaiid alAiiKLI Streets, i loiutieipiua. J. W. rtf.uuliln.Lrle. J. M. I1U, Atwul, . M. C. E llulllunire. II llOtl.-sTOW. General Kreliil.t Ave nt. i-hiiad-'Miu.. i.k,wih t,. tun ri, Otneral IKku Aceut, Phiiudiii.hki JlUskl'll if i-tt. i.-t, Stairal klauagir, WllUatuepe Jal-tf RAILROAD LINES. 1 ARH ANnEM EN 1 8 OF IO()M. xrw voiik i.l si si. 1S()4 1 lie I'anoler, ana Ambof and rhiia.ieipaia and Trwn Rxllroa't OrmriMi Lines frgin Phlladl'l,u te Mew Her ana W ay M' es I ao.H WA! in-f KTBCET WllABr, W tl lei' a n folloita, Mr. : VIM At '1 A ll.,vtl anden andAnboy, C. and A.Ac- c.mm.,.UIIol 12 ;l Ais a. M , via Camden and Jersey CHy, Moralnf a.A,,r' At I'.1 M .TiafjAm"n and Amooy, O and A. Acc-im- ni',iaii,i At fP.M. via t'amdi a and Amtn'y, c. and A. Kt- pt .. At 1 V. M.,-. ) I't.r'.'tn .ln,t Amboy, Aecouirji'iil.vrl' n i Kr"ll t a:io Pneniier) , At s p. M., vi.i "a r,. n :ind Aml'oy, Aeer.mmodatlin I r-lw i. ar.u teTiiKTJ Isl Class licact J,t rim do At 7 P. V. , 1- t'p ed M and Amber Art iMmnnda. tl ii ,.rrli',: ar.J Pu t' n. r), 1st I UiM Tl. ket.,.. M l l.-i-t .lo lerM.iii- h i l,..!ia, A ll'-ntiin il, lit thi' heni, r.:v,iler-K.o-'on. I.i-.li--e. lll', rmlnBloii, A-e., :c:, p. M. l or l.ainli-. t . Hie mid iiit'-riui'illfite Ruition-. at S p. Kir lojpt; Holt-, K .finm-cie, 1'ernlH-rton, aud Viaieu l'i"n, it ii A. PI ., an.) r. w. t or ire old i : A.M. and P. M. I "f I'll: yi i, rt- e. tin, llcliinoo, llrverlr, Bi:rllns!on rto-eme. V- i ' ' -". -.. nt A. M., II M., I. .c. 0, atet a p. M. 1 tie .1' -1 an 1 .' 1'. M. Iliiot run dlioct IIjoui lo I ivnior. l',,r I ,i: iy-a, Pi-.enon, Ielaneo, Ilcverly, and llurllai . n II J r. .1. i.-a-..rx tit T-en:en, f, r ftrln'ol, Ttnrttn:loe), Beverl Trrretiljl'. an I '. srrny nt s :io A. M. and n P. II. I.IVKK KltwM kM;M(l,rOJi ULl'Or VCIIl leavo aj fo,,w At 4 A. v., n -ia K-n;nirton nnaKew Vcrlt, We- I. , ami V-w York Mini flv Al H IS A. si., ela Kenilnittou and .Terser citr Ex- pren 3-1 Al 4-" p. u., i :. K' E.iiifciou and jirney city Ex press a-i X' lif, P. af.. i la Kivielnuton Klut jLtht'V t.'ltr. s ii njto i lid sew io; r.ipre i ftiii'lAv iies k-are at 4 A. l. and ( 4.' 1', M, liiara si l" no 11:"- at 4 A. M. ' VsiiU on M. unlay. v v. air .ii. Mi', u,i. i hit c nt ranion. iv k-einarr' Moitiree.sl-- -V liiitl. Vnuch I'hiinK, Allenlown, lleJuw U, A. ft! 1 hi- inn' -onii' d'. Mini tlie u&ln liarlns basil for V'a nil i li. e.i .; I'l P. l. I r I.linirrtV'lt in nieril'-ture einuoos at . -. w. V r Jli'l;, Tr.nioi . A.c.,ai imns u u a. at., aim r. ii. r..r II otrr.t sc;-(t. Ta onr, Wilnomln, Tlrid, ilmrg, ai J r ins' ,r I SI 'l A. M., 5, ') 1. aud s P. M. The 9 A. M. Li: runs o llrntnl. , I STKer New VorK andwayi.im s leavinu i-mioi,T I).-.ot. jkn li.e ca;. ou riCih sire.1. atwve W alniit, l.il: a )i.,sr Woio .leparttir-'. Thei'arirun Intn tl.e Jjepli, aj. ..n viil ..r., i, 'e.iln run from t lip llf-Dot. I I 111 V poinitH or Ii-UU IRO oniy nnuweii rarn pnniinKf- Pai-enf rs ar" iro'et,!!. ! u""in tuainir anyii'iuv in roLt-a: but :Ji-ir , inns app'rel. Ail han'imc ovor (If it fi n to no pai-1 f. r e tr.i. The i ominuiy limit their r.'s,n' bi'.lt-.- 'or iil.'f ::e 1" O-lc Ilotl ir jot pnond, und si lll iit ' llabii .f a ajwntt bojoud lnO, except by special i tva'i. cratiar. ' n.-.ti'-." r.sprasj will roll for nnd iteiiver l wett Ui !!.... Or to.s in b.. left at No. a WAt.NI jtns in r, i- . r. Ll.Ste i'Jtt'.M SK'V VOItK Fnn rtULADELPHlar Will. LEAVK I Frm fon. of ronrtMn.l tu-'Mt at V2 M. ana 4 p. n.,v Jerse, v a is Laiiinen; ai ana in a. si., u r. .i., ai 12 'Nietc.) i la .lr.ey l. l'.y and Kenlnsln. I r nu iik.-. i Ii ir lav st.ee'., .it ii A. M. and 2 P. M.,v 1 1, n , in, t .ifr i. o. From Ihr N,.. 1 r:h Ttber. at 12 M., 4 and 8P.J, ( J- relelit a id I'assemerj rla Ainioj- and cauitiia, IMIEIOHT LINES FOR NKW YH UK. AiN a X all th utioni v,n the Camden and Axuuoy aou cc no t.ngi;a1lJ.udT. .Dr,4.r l.s. rifc "vr-ti i'i.i aivit, Tt, rsi VTi nnd Ant' iy It iUrt'tiil und Trnnrwai , Cimetn rr.-lihl. I ines I'jr New .irk will leave Walt iri";t niiarr, en anil ailir Juiiurv e, umij vouui.aje.r iei.t..i), at f,u r. si. .. k , . . 'r" 'irai:ia7. inc ai-o. . Lines win utc vt ivman A'1 4 P.M. warilfdMi.i-4iiO-ii.il. . v r-oit ht trtr n i..n. rrincrion. Ktnpr,wn. new nnin tvi. tr satisi ill ni i mi iha Camuon and Ambov KatlroA alitoon the i(eivid-re, l--Uwnrc, and FltiuiUKton. the Ne J..r-ey, th-j Pr.Mhvld and Jani'uhnrir. and the HiuHn,T. and M iunt i.y.iy .:itir".i-n. rceivea ami inrwarueu up p.", o""4"k P. V. Smai-' pack:ijfes Vr Mount llolly receiv ii p to 'i o tla t. m. . Th Iiel.-iil ra pvla vtr" Pllroad ronnerta at PtlBI riinwiiii 'he I.:iih Y iII-'T Pallrond. The New .ItT' H tllroad wnnc.H at Knantn wiin inn aew jhii Cvntrat HjiItji 1, aud at Nuwurk wlta Uio Mvrria ' .s : r. u.r i.ia. A in umuriTiinni. "xncnTintr me mnras ami n' )ri. s.tiintirti and irontii-npf s. nniat in every InitaiKe ' aiiit with ra-:h load of tjodi.orno receipt wilt he Kivt lacre.iS"n a iir..., invini: ueen niaue mr viw irAnsi-or. if.tti f.fT tv l" M I'll' 'K . .lr,.i .'rn nrr Inviti'd to trv th iS run' V'in th tttk i rum in he. in mtnt tiea or inutM J.iirtlll Or Ul'H J 11- Will UU Ufll Ml I'M fit- um t"v s stroot, n?ar tlic Dn-vo VunW, or at Pier Ho. 1 ISoi Jdvr, 'U IJ.ipT) 'r" rny wiiniiiin- ui nm huitj wi hlnaa-c;. WAI.TKU KKKK..M A N, PretKht Afei,t, . -f- . iiyiftware avenue, i niiantaipn a. ...... I It. UAVMOMl.Kriluht Auent. VJ" r No. 1. North Uivur. New York- nilll.A'uK T-JIIA AND TRENTON A M. l AH'IfcN AMI AMIIOY KAILUUAD C'OMPAMIl J l 1 11 b. rn r if r M"iNT.A Y. .lunuary 4, lH6l.tli Tmlns I- , w Y.rk. leivl'ic Kcnsttiitun Ltlsit. Phlladelulua. J li A. M. (Nulu). and J 'M V. M., and the trams leav.) JM'lV 1 ,kH C A, ,l , a.tu , uutta., m.,.." . ' .i-lie vf.tr '.no rni ."1 wtaie miuii una sen l" nr d v.'aslinut in l'.niHeu;erf.,.-ird will not take In nor out any imiviisere hetwi-fn s-.ud tlilt-e. I ne III A. M. .tnd I." .Mldnulit Lines from KowYorKi Vashi:mt33, wi.l t.'l'S 1) W A. M. and 5 P. M. Llivee ft-.' rvasriliifitt,.-. !C ?iew lora, TVlli isuiiinue as i irsi'ni, i e.irry ,a-t nee:-s tn and IV' ln tlie lntenuedlala ttatlout a Haiti r', Wli,liluHpil,iird N"W Vnlk. AiiltA.Mli.-MilisT.S li fc I WEES l'lllLADULFHIA A .ni.w luun.. I.lnei 1Asr Piri.i-le'rlila. iVom Kcn"lnirton Pen", 11 li A.M ,40U, a. d ti-44 P. M.,aitd MM uinlnU-tit.un irom 1. ani'it Mreti. rr.iarl ma i;aiuaea),ais timo ii., 14 M., 4 and ill'. M.. lor kevr York. AndlMV. t N"W xom, irom lu.'l 01 s.-ouninnai sire 17 A.M ,1'V " ,U II ,4 and II P. At., and al 11 at nli hi, aal&osi A t of larcby street at 6 a. M., au.' 1. M. M. A. uAl.ntlt, Jui-U Afiaii let' ruNssYivisii ICll-I. CI NIHIL II.VII.KOAI. 18h4 Till I FIT i H nil' I.M-TII.M H MIHIKT KUrrtl IIIK WENT, iillRl IIWKMT, A A It NIHII ll EST, F.tiulDin:'tils ami U,.-uil,s l,ir tlie tale, eneeily, atulc.;. f ri.t.f tra-ii ti :,.'. ju ci pj.bcnii'jre, uiibiiruaBti'd by ail r .ui,' l:i fi.e n-in'r--. I rr line l"ve Hii li tfit.it r.LEVEHTU and iLAUHi n-r jeia ut Miiowt Mud 1'rilnat ' -' A. ' 1 .isl l.m it li ' a.. Tl rtiinh Ksnresq ar l'l'liO P. 1 Park . l)urK Train, S. l.al ID Oil A, f l'aikei.li-jrBT:n .1. No. -J. ut 1'Wf . lUrrisl'uru AcetiuuedJliou at 2'J0 P. i I. an .-alter Train loor. l'.ioti A,'-nninir ilnll.iti fte:ives Went Phlludul- . . , .. - I'lliai ai o ver. J-s) Thro irh Patteinert by th'l l ast Lino reai-ll Altoona - tuppr, Tibbie v. Jl'ie i',unil t'x. elltiu acjomruodatlont i the iili-at at t,i-: l.''i.-aii House, and In the morning; l ta'tie euhT tlie ral'a l' liilifa or Itultlinore Evpreta, eaeh whir li itiflk enn'ie. il.t'ia at I'lits turu lor all Dotals. deyliidit li-w It l.iut jitttrdi'd of iLo cutlru line and. I ui.un.llceFit tv-citery, I l'ie liiroith Kipron Trilu rum dally; allOiactXI train. Jallr, ex, fnt m lll iaya. f-O'l l'l I'l Kill l((i AND TUB WEST. The Mi:l Train. Ka.l Lin", and Tliruiutli express cc. iw -t at yit:-hu: with :hr: it-It trams n nil dtvcrKtnir roaJ irom Uia! tiilnr. N,rttitotho Lakee, M eAt to tlie aliss, l lii;il ajd M:.i0'jrl ftlvert, and (,iiilli and 8outhwett to r li imtl ac: tsiltl.' Iv railru id. Ttirtiuuh Ticket, to Clei land, llslroit, I'liii'aK i, 81 Paul, t '"I'lluhun. Iudi4nai'eltl St. l.t'i!.. L 'avenw ,rt'i, Kantet, Wheullnk'. lavton, CI j . in'iati, Louisville, . .'alro, anil ail other prlucipal yoiny UIIU J.Ib s't.s: i. i,-t r.' llti'J'lMii. INDJVN V '.KASi:lI ItAILItO.VD. T.u TliroiiLh Ljiue.s. h avinu at lo-aj P.M., conne' utlHi.rs h'l. .nr.'ri' i Uou with a trulu on thla road I III ilrm li:e, l'i.li 'a, A". tllKNSlU ItU AMI i:ltESON lllt.VtlClI It AILHOA ' j l.e T!ii in-.'l L.'.itr'ts Train, leal ing ut Id 30 P. M..cc" lititi. ut 're-t3n, at 1'i'Ift V. M., with a train on the ro. Tor I' liens urj. A train aha Icavea itrcaaoa lor lvbentbuj atS toi. M. iu!.r iiiAveniMtG nit.vwn Hn.r. T', Hull Tra.n .1 7-.". V.M .and Thr.'ii.h Kxnren M tOP. M.. cuiu?t at Alttona with Iralu. ior Uullldaj -I h tm a-7 iS P M. an I B Jn A. M J llltlMi AMI UI.KAIII1KI.I1 HKANl'H ItAII.KOAl I Hi I l,r.'.i.li Ltrdil 1 ..nil. leaving: al 111 :u P. M.. eo, no rt- at I .it'i vttti a ta- iln l-ir Mauilr Kithre nnd Plilllu to ra. i'l 1 ir- fl,'l l a I lo Valley Hallroad for Port Matllil aiili'-'turg, ono ii-;iiit'nie. lit Kl ltiIHIN ANI HP.'IAl) TOP It.VIT.llOAO. I'ho Ihrcitfh Lx'ti-e-s fraln. Ii iivIul' at In Mi P. M..eorl nri". ai HimtlMdou with a tram for llopeircll and liloou, linn al il-5i: A. II. j JiOBIriEltN I'KNTHAL AND PHILADELPHIA AH J.I. il. Afc -vi i.iisJ.A An. 1 K r C'inMir-. WiiliainHDort. Lock llnven. Rlmfra.lt cli.'st.'r, It in il , and Nlaaru V&U. rtanat nverfi tukiiis tU ?i,nrl rii.i .-.t "':'. a. M., and tho T.riiuii Kxurts . 10 .iP Al., daily oxci.pt tfundayi. io diim tly thfUiN'1 nliou iaui;c til 0-i.u Uotwccu 1'hiladtti-hm and WJ lidi.H, irt. 1 ..r i .' 1 1 h. , I' KK, inlli ITVSuU . the tra n l iH ti kf at HA. Al uu-1 -J ;U P. M., rt-inn-ct at ColuaihJ w Lth truim on Nrthern C ntral lCuilruad. CI Ml.lIKI.ANII VALLK V KAlLilOAl. . i fhp Mail 1 n'n at 7 '." A. At., nnd tlnni-h Kxnrr-t 4 P. M.,c..uki t at UairUhurtf w ith trulu ior carlhiti ChBmh.tr'.'. it,;, an 1 Hhl:i-imu n. AIMnUI It UKANCII RAII.HOAU. Tl.r train la'. ui- at rJb A. M. and 2 ,rU I, kl.. connec at lior. n iifc-ftiv n wirli tnfns on tlU load to Waynesbur 'ni'.iiiii.-iiitiiairitiaiii. Pr iurthi-r Uiiniinauoii :i-K nt the Pirnuor Statlori o. I.. i-viBtT iii i.i i M atiu M A n h r. I trej. .lAalKH I tlU likll. llik.1 Airant. cr'MML T V I IDS TK.KI. IS, I'm l',1, "1,9, or 12 in, mil, t, at very l ,w mine, r the ac toiKiii.ittailou ,.f tersun, living out oi tow u, or located 0, or near il,e line ot it,e road. Cut P. IN TICKET, For 116 trips I'ttivt'ii any two iioinit, ut about two cent per inlle. Then, ticket, me liiteml.tt lor the uee ol famile trtivi iuiK lri',iieully, an, I aro ol'.riat adi ..ulage to poitou niakiuu oci-utioiiul trip.. SCHOOL TICKETS, l or one nr tt-rec nionihi. for ihe uaooi scliolart altendln ihoul lu the cliv. Wf.STf.UN' EMU iit ATIOS. An F.mlrurt Act't'iiiuiodailou tram Unit;. No. 1H7 Poel Street nail) (Hbiidui a excepted I ut 4 o i look P. HI ,"'ft rill a i-unift'i-tal'le m tdeof navel to tuutilie. uolnu; waet. one-hall ihe usual rate ot fate. 1'niticulor altenlion I ra il lu ttuKgufc-e, lot which chick are utvt-u, aud baaso ti rw aitled h the same tram e. lua pabsuii.-t-r.. l-'or llul UiloimaU'li, it'l'lv to IllANv'ia It-NK. Eltilurant Agent, .i. 1,17 LulCli. ouisjt. MANN'S IIAO.'JAHE lAI-lfbnei. An ftpelit ol this reliable Lxple. I 't.:uiany will pa. tlitt'inh t-ai h tialn lieloru reailiiua tl.e depot, and lake u ctit ckh aud di Uicr liab aite lo uny ,iait ot the city, jiai LMie w .11 he calltd I'm prompt li wl.rn ortlert are lel'l at tl, rasi-cnfti-i fit pot.Elei t'nih and Mark -.-l elri-etit. Tl.otrave itiii puhliv are et.ured 'tt " tHtirv'u t e'iohtiM8. 1 ItElliHT.'.. llylhli mute fretulm, ui all ilttt rlptlont eaa be foi wititti d lo and Irom any point, on the lallroaaa of Ohli Kclilticl.y, lniliuna, Illiuoit, Wisconsin. InM-a.nr Mlonur bi railroad direct, or to any point un the navigable watoi OI the Went, liy ift-uuiert Irnut 1'ittslitns. . 'Ihc rule, of frcinlil lo und Irom am point In the Wei l,y the Piunsi Ivanla Central ilnilr,ni,t af, al all lime, u tait'iahle as are charKetl hjr otlier liailr"'t Couiianle Merchant! uad tlilppert euiiustai.' th. li uuaporialtuu tl, iu i rt if 1 1 1 iu ihl. Couipuuy cau my lia cauddiibco o lt t.i'cdy transit. .... . . I t.r liiltht contract, or ttilnplns dlroctluus, apply to ( a,1'il iit the AvenlA of the Cc.iii.anv : h. 11. KIN.ie.TON, Jr.. Phlladcll.iU. 1. A. KlI.WAltr, Pill.t'Uib'. I I.AI1K 4; CO , chlcoast. l.l.Ll II A CO., So 1 Atior House, of No. I 8. WIOul btri.'t, new VO'k. I 1- I.l II A Ci. elo. 77 Vt aihiiti'ttin Ntreet, Iloatolt. Vlil.LIAM LitOWN, Mo. Ml sotlL tlltel, llajumon All' ul .Sollheiu Ceulral Hull way. II. HHOI'8TOI, General Frelk-I.i lu m l'iiilt,lihihla. LtIJ L. iiouit, Oi-neral Ticket A Pl,.i..,, li hla. Prsocil I.KtVM, (lencrai Buperluteudsail, Aliuwui, i'a. TV