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, .v .lV.il - . uaus, -W ; t: ;-, . . -i:; TIIE DAILY EVENING TKLEGKAFII FniLADKT.rinA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1864. j lm a rf'fL .. and eii lii', lUIlt tho. nan IOU UfeU to BTOa. Ion, in H- Mck- anel it In par la aie.e , ruon, loart, erity, s, and i Uiat erokct eeilon, uti for i a or It. li a for 16, tuialea, ,t '. iiktio- by K bcrokee by mall, BCUlt Of lue eivl paeked, that n hands d kaaaw uon cart it coud i In all er tinur opinion i.e. W it. 4 a 4 It 8 t Ofu, les poet- ko4 ta na irelee ad obi. and, alalliluj- i baaaaM i lueoesi- 'nrtbbif ,WUT tuiU. SATURDAY, OCTOI1F.R 22, NtiiAnK i.rrv. Mrs. Lofty kc-ps carrlssc ; e do I. She htJ dapt'lod Rrcytto drew It, None havi' I . She's no pr. ii'lt r of her coselimtirt Than nm I, Willi niy b nc-t-yrd Intiifhinff itily TrnmlliMit Ly. T hide lilt" face lent the fcliotil J see! Ut ilumb boy, and envy mo. Ilcr fine htisli'itiil lim whit fingers, Mine lias iiOt : He can give lais hrdlu a ptilacf, Mine a rut. nor 'a fomra limne lem"iili the. Htirli;;ht, Nfl'itr ciern.a ttlio ; Mins comrn In the purplo twilight, K Ir-Hl'S iuo, And pry tlm' lie- wbo '.urns HlYs sundi Will buM Ins luvcd ones in llii hauils. Mrs. Lofiy linn lier jewels, io have ; !?lic wear her's upon her bosom, Wf 1. Stao will leave hi r' at ilcuth'8 p irloN, Ily and by ; I shftll bear l'ie trctiurcJ with me, When 1 (In Vor I breve line nod she li n i;old : She counis hi;r wealth, mine c.in'1 be toll. $hc has those wbo lovo her station ; None have I. But I have one true heart bcaldo mc, cilail am 1 ; I'd uol rli msu it Inr u kingdom, Mn, not I ; Go 1 will wciRli it in the balance, Ity tend by; And thon the iliiii-renco He'll define "lwixt Mia. Loity's wealth and mine. nAISBEEADTHJSOAPES. Edmunds. obUiiucd hia comrulsjion in ISO I, jutt ixty years ai?o. He was then a hardnomo lad of alxtecn.ofa rcOncd nnd almost feminino order of beauty. But that fair face und tuoia luxuriant auburn locks wcro dosLinud to exerciso o mrall influence on his future career. J The regiimnt was under the command if tho celebrated Colonel Tuck, bettor known na Mijor- Uonoral Sir Denis l'ack. It was sent in l0r on pn expoi.lUon to South Africa; and when Cape town was captured, and tho enemy totally de feated, it was ordered across the wi.lo Atlantic, op the mighty La Plata, to tho walla of the Spanish colon al town of llucno Ayres. The occupation ol this place by tho English was ahott-lived, and Its return to tho original ponos Ws disgraceful to British arms. Tho English had po.-scssiou of It but a few weeks, when an .enterprising and ablo French ofllcor, named Linlers, placed himself at the head of the nativo nllitia, and took it out of their Lands. A second Imetbo place was assailed by English troops; Uoncral Whitolock attomptod to carry It with a orco of l'J.OOO men, and not only failod in his kttsmpt, but was captured with his whole force. Kneign 3. accompanied nls regiinout in the ex edition to l'ortn khI, and fought under the stan- lard of Sir John Moore ; and indeed served In tho frarimis operations of the army till the beginning if 1809, whi n ho was captured by a troop of a- rencn cavalry. Thcro was a soldier-like entemrise about voiina fKdmund 8., wbieh led him to oiler bin services or duties of a umlcult and ilanijerou i character. Jne of his lui orior otliccrs speaks of his sagacity na spirit ot mtorprise, ana ol tne great aavan- ige be (Mr l). J'.) derived lrom his knowledge f the Spanish lnnKuagr, ueouircd, no douot, rhen Kdmund was a prisoner la the wilds of 'Outh America. Uut to our story. Onr entcrnrl-intt yonne hero as ciipturcd by the French when eneacod in a ashing and desultory operation under the com mand of tir Robert Wilson, who, in person, sur- rised and carried olf a small post of French ivalry near Calvldella; but hero Sir Hubert ana to niscost.or rattier to his lieutenant s st, that he had cauuht a Tartar. A troon of rench cavalry came to tho rescue, overthrow nd routed Bir Robert Wilson's followers. nd ade pusnncrs of many of thern, o.i.i among the umber of our yn" uero, who was carried verland verdun, in the east of Franco, a atiou selecteu by tne i-rcncn uoyernment lor nglih prisoners. Tho .journey was a Inug and Ulcaic one; dui no arrived at iih uohiiis- on iu the March ot 180'J, whore ho was placed n parolo. rossissraor a ciiecrlul disposition and gonial dure, be eoon made a numlH r of triunils lunong e frencn, wno vica witn eacn otner in trculiug o handsonic young Knglisli ollieer with hospl lity and kindness. Verdun at this timo was a ry pleasant residence. Tbcro wore balls nnd titiis iunumeraiilc, to which nil Knglisli oillcers i paroie were luvitea. uur nero appeared at a nnd bal manotie In frmalc costume ; and by lus ucate tint ot cueeK, golden uiur, perfect sym- tryoi iranie, ami luscinating manners, m in ed not only to deceive, but positively to cupti to the heart of a naval otllecr in the llritish vice, who danced with and mado tierce lovo blin, to tho great amusement of all tuoso who re acqnamtid wun idiuuud s assmuod char er or assumed discuito. No man likes to be laughed at, especially in a nic nail-room ; aim no uisiiKes it all the more tie feels bo has given anything like occasion tho laughter by making a fool of himself, as n often do when desperately in love. In tho s ol tho navul o:ilciT, young S. had committed unpardrnable otl'i use, which could only bo ned for at the point of the sword or the muxzla who pistol. It wag no use to explain to hiin arsumed characters were the rule at bal ttyui-j, and tl fit the more campluto tho deccp :i the greater the merit. Ho met nil such argu- ts by savins that "the feolinesof an officer in r Britl: h navy bad b. en trilled with ; and that i man hH r.-v.,lnrl Kim In a.K a rlor tho guise of a lovely woman, and who bail fcrd things which ho should not have heard, j -i give mm tue satisiaciion ot a gcntlomau. Is the rule in duelling from nnd before tho oi "Mr Lucius u i ricetr and"LiiDuiln Abso- " is, that if one party thinks, or resolves to k himself offended or badly used no matter any iinpurutu person, or any number ot li persons may think to the contrary tho r party must lignt, Lieutenant s. was coin ed, most unwillingly, to accept the naval oill s challenge, ufter olfering every apology eh one gentleman could oiler to another. Ihey met the following morning, when Ed lid, who perhaps felt he bud gone a little too fa auowiiig me naval oincer to muko a tool of self, llrcu in the air. Mot so his antagonist, took deliberate aim and shot our hero ftagn the side. lie then rushed up, and us is rl on sucn occasions expressed deep regret, paid maiked attention to his wounded .id," for "they hucame friends ever niter." fven protect us from frieuds or friendships mis, ccmeiucu in oiooa : o r rench police at erdun, who winked at, Ihcr (ncouragt d, the duel, sot Into disgrace cciunt of it ; and as some of them were dis- od, a bad feeling sprung up among the in laws oi me place towards me l'.nglisii mrs on parolo, as a "quarrelsome and lthirBiy set, wbo could not take a joke." utcrjHiit S.'s wound was not as terious as lat flrbt apprehended ; and us he possessed an u lent constitution and irood heuhnir llosh. ha ; looa upon his legs again, and as ready for ' Xr lishting that is, for lighting Frenchmen, fcnglUh naval ollicers as over. on sfier his recovery he was presented by a (eh tradesman with a bill for good'', which he lonvlnced he had previously paid; but as ho , not then find tho receipt and refused to pay find timo, the tradesman brought him before . (refect, who sent him to prison "till he should iuo iKDi. xruiy tutu prison was a purga- id Ino lilm now alone nnd melancholy, seated wooduu bench ol a French soonniii'i- when he suddenly throws up his head, for thouebt has struck Lim. which ttives a to his pule and delicate face. 'Iho (iiies'ion i he ut to himself was one which touched mor us a iintisli oillcer. It was this : s my arrest and imprisonment put mo olf iroie r noes i no couduct oi tins tradesman Ids prelect afford me the opportunity of ng witu unniemisnea nonorr" A delicate on. no doubt; for it was not to the civil tmf nt of the State (to which the tradesman refect belonged), that he bad pledged his not to escape, out to tue military, nut ir Utary department allowed tue civil depart to override it, and to contino a man in h who bad been placed on parole, what then ? was a rery dillieult question, and we can ue nun with a high and nice sense or honor opposite views on it. lieutenant b. ro to consult IU8 menus, wno agreed mat ins " nmeiit rendered bis bberty of parole null iid, and nllorded him the opportunity of ng witn honor, mis decision oi bis iricnus d his movements. the question remained, Whither shonld he . and in wuat disguise r lie nuaiiy resolved d hi steps towards Iiottcrdum in Holland, he hoped to meet wuu some .bngusn ship, try tho disguise of a peddler, with agood 1 wearing apparel, which would aUoid hint the opportunity, if oeccsaAry, of changing his dinrnlae. We are not Informrd as to the manner of his escape from the debtor's prison at Verdun, but he bad no sooner lot t that place and entered on tho Ingh read than he felt the dlillrnlty and dangor of his situation. He bail a peddler's park, it Is irac, which would render hlin a welcome visitor iu any Tillage or town of Francoi but be bad no pa-sport, and, for want of this, was obliged to travel by uight, and tJ betake himself to the woods by day. A U w days after hi flight hs had some remarka ble escapes lrom dilllerent bodies of gendarmes that were hovering around him. The pursuit through a wrod was nt one time so hot that ho bad to adopt the apparel ol a French peasant clrl, having hidden Ids pack in a thicket, llepairing in tins gui-e to an aubrrcc, or inn, bo asked for iclrislinient. While tin re bis pursuers colored the room in which bo sat and inquire! of the land lord coiiPernirg h m, giving an exact description ol kis pi non. Feeling that Inns were rtancerous plncci for tliode wbo deviled to avoid observation, lie re paiicd ton retired cottage and Ivggeil a nurht's loduirg. His request whs granted. Tho family corsistid of father, mother, two son, nnd an only daughter. It was di elded by the old people that "la Idle Ir.tcressanto" should havo tiic ha f of tr.t daughter's bed. Here was a predicament for our ban Isnmo yonrg lieutinant! What was he to do ? To reveal bis i l armier to the tamily t This might have been data!' runs. To ivviaiii to tho ilau,;luer ? J Ids would have bei n Indedealo. He managed somehow to pi(irve, as lie imagined, his seen t inti 1 1. Dining, the day l.c worni d with tho I'm u i y iu t! c field, gleaning nnd blading up sheaves, for It was harvest time; and during the night slept ery soundly. A an Iiishman would say, "he pild attention to it." lie remained with this kind and simnle tnmlly for about a week, and then took hisib r ture; but .lust bcloro bo lelt, tho daughter in formed him, with a sly smile, that she knew he was not what ho scorned. Wo cannot inisTino how i-he di-coveied it ; but there can be no doubt that she was a very UutU sleeping ut the feet of lion, junatr. Ho liastci.ed from the cottage to hi retreat in the wood, hero he bad left his bundle, and in doing so got a glimpo of a paity of mounted gendarmes, tho s.imo party th..t'hml followed him to the village tho week befoio. They seemed conscious that tho fox was stilt "in cover," and 1 ad not "stole away," which lie was now about to do. Later that same day fio ventured to peep out of his enclosure, bundlo In band, and saw a horseman approaching with a pillion-einldle. "Will you give me n lilt ?" Inquired our fugi tive, coming boldly out of the wood. ''Mon(c7, mademoiselle," replied the horseman, assisting tho lieutenant to the empty seat behind him. Tho horseman, who carried him in this fashion for ubont two leagues, informed him that he bud met a troon of cendaimc. who were seeking an English oillcer that bad esca ped from criiiin, j'.uuiuiid ninao no remains, out con cluded that the party in pursuit, discovering themselves at fault, were, to use a coursing term. "trying back to lind the game." Under these circumstances he folt himself comparatively safo The question now was, What should be his next disguise f tor be determined to discard that of a iimnle. It Is truo It had somo udvantaces. and bad saved him from the hands of gendarmes ; but gow ns, bonnets, and petticoats have their peculiar dangers ana temptations: no would buvo notblng moie to do wiib them. Ho might have reussumed the disguise ol a peddler; out be suspected that the police were, by this time, aware of tho profes sion oreiilling he had adopted on leaving erdun. ue decided on nemg a sailor on mi w ay to Hot terdiim ; nnd betook himself to a nciithboiimr wood to make his toilet. Hero ho discovered a diliclcrcy in an important article of dress wa believe ho was minus a pair of bluo nether gar ments which would never do In going to the Mcthcrlumls ; so bo adopted the profession of a Eoor laborer, mounted a rod w-g, und ornamented is handsome face with a patch over ono of his (yes. In this disguised condition, ho entered the city of Koltcrduiu In the autumn of IS 10. It was his object to procure a speedy passage to England a dillieult matter to accomplish, as tho war between France and England was then at its height, and N'upoleon was doing his utmost to destroy tho trullic between England and tho Netherlands. Ho was compelled, under thoso circumstances, to make an arrangement with the captain of a smuggling vessel to lund him on tho English coast; but this scoundrel, instead of fullilling his agreement, informed the police of his intentions, who forthwith arrested onr poor lieutenant and put him in irons. A sad termina tion this of his long journey and hairbreadth escapes. He was detained at Rotterdam till instructions were received of his destination ; und in the in terim the greatest precautions were t iken to pre rciii bis eseapc, a sentry being placed nt his prisen door by day and night; tor, by this time, our hero bad acquired n little character for break ing prison, deceiving French pollcu, and bam boozling gendarmes. About Unco weeks from the period of his an est nt Iiottcrdum. an order arrived for his removal to the foitrcss of lilti he. Ho was placed under a strong escort of trooicrs, and commenced a mis erable march, w hich lamed upwards ot six weeks, during which period bo was subjected to tho greatest cruelty and indignity, being, on somo oceaslons, when scarcely ublo to walk, tiod to the tail of one of their horses and drugged on. Ho was generally confined during the night In tho gloomy cell of a prison in tho t iwn wherotho party halted. During the six weeks employed in this journey ho was unable to cbaugo auy part of his wearing apparel not evon his shirt. His appearance, ou entering liitcho, was that of a miserable beggar ragged, liltby,iindeaduvcrous. The dtu,hiug and handsome young Lieutenant S. was never so completely di.-guised as now. On arriving at the fortress of Ilitchc, he was hcuiily tinned, and conlined in a dungeon forty feet under grouud. Hero all dreams of prison breaking were annihilated, and with them all hopes of liberty. He looked upon himself as a doomed man, und upon his damp cell as bis sepulchre. It is not to be wondered at, that under such circumstances his frame should break down. He was seized with a violent lover, aud for several days his life was despaired of. liut after a time lie rallied ; and nt the end of six months, aud ns the result of more humane treatment, recovered somewhat of bis usual strength. During this long period of convalescence he was frequently visited by a French oillcer sta tioned in the fortress, who seemed to take a deep i'lterest in him. The oillcer for the time in chargo of the prison guard had the privilege, under certain restrictions, of inviting a prisoner to his guurd-ioom. Tho French oilicer rclerrud to took advantage of this privilege when it was his turn to iuviie our hero. The result of this intercourse w as, that a lusting friendship sprung np between these two yonng men. Hut friendship is one thiug, and strict notions of lnllitaiy duty another. The French oillcer ihlcrlcicd, aud interfered successfully, in haviug bis friend's irons removed, and in having him located iu better aud more wholesome quarters than he had first occupied; but tho question whlcbs. put to himsell over und over again, although he hesitated to put it to his friend, was, "Would ho help me to escape ?" The desire ot escaping was again tho master passion of his soul. The hope which appeared to nave died out in his damp cell iorty feet beneath the surface of the earth, arose and plumed Its wings when the light of heaven was let in, and the bund of friendship stretched out. Hope such as this is iiko a caged eagle, that will break its bsrs or its breast. Lieutenant 8. could contain himself no longer. He must put bis friend to the test, und see of w hat material Ids friendship consisted. One day he put the question to him rather abruptly, "Will you help me to escape, for I am resolved to make the attempt ?" The reply wisj as decided as tho question wai abrupt: "I will aid you to the utmost of my power." "True as steel," soliloquized our horo, grasp ing his Iris ud's htind, and retiring to mature his plans. "To break prison" in tho fortress of Bitche ccmcd utterly impossible ; und, if accomplished, to avoid detection utter doing so, and escape from u place so guarded and surrounded by sen tries, appeared as hopeless as It was hazardous. Bomo other means must be devi-ed. After long and serious consultation it was linally decided that the wisest mode of escape was for the Eng lish oilicer to walk out of the fortress in a suit of French uniform. The attempt was in.ulu in the iiu-k of eveuing, and succeeded. "lliu where did he get the French uniform r" I must request that the reader w ill ask no im pertinent questions. liut I am given to under stand that he found them iu his coll. It iiiny appear strange, but it is not lcs true, that Lieutenant K. should turn bis steps In tho direction of Verdun, where he bud been so long a prisoner on parole, w lure he was so well known, and from which ho had escaped in tho guise of a peddler. We must suppose he had good reasons lor doing so. l'erhaps be concluded that Verdun would le the very Inst plaue where the authori ties would think of looking for him. Early iu the morning of the tecond day, he arrived weary und foot sore under Ihe walls of Verdun, having perfoimod the whole journey, a distance of thirty leagues, on foot. He had retired to a wood before approaching the town, in order to change his regimentals lor tho clothes of a pi a-ant. These frequent changes of apparel wore well calculated to buttle his pursuers. Itcforo leaving liitcho he had arranged with a friend at Verdun to nieit him with a rope ut an angle of the fortress of tho latter place, which he .1. ...I A ,.,lr, l.in. !!.. ih tliA wall W'hiin be arrived at daybreak at the place of rendezvous, there was no friend there. His friend hud mis taken tho point. Imagine hlin now, exhausted and hungry, hanging ubout the gates of Verdun for nx-mid thirty hours, more anxious to get in than lie loruicrly was W get out, comparing Lis quarters in Ihe sponglng-bonso with the ditch of tho fortress outside. Ho can stand this state of things no longer; ho must make a bold dash and get in, although ho had no passport. A was in w iih hay appn .ached the gate. Ho took his place at Its side, like a party Id chanre, aud entered without inquiry. He was scarce'y within tho walls beforo he saw un old friend, Captain H., roshli g up to 6a!nio him. Edmund N. placed bis (nicer on the side of his noso and gave him the go by. Our l.ero felt that, under such circumstances, the shorter be made bis stay In Verdun the better for himself and hi! friends; so he forthwith pro cure d n ldank pas-pert, and after applying him self for n ft w (lavs wiih the most conscientious diligence to the piaeiico of imitating: oiher men's aiiH'Uiaplis, be succiedcd In producing n most respectable and veritable-looking passport, with the names of the pieleeis duly idlivd or forged, lib tins Idoeunnnt, a new mn, in , renin regi mentals, ami moiify in his puuc, he had no del' ciil'y in lesviiii? Veiduii, ns an oidccr about to join bis rigimiTt in Spam. Our heio, w lioc destination wa., Ponleuiix, in the south of Fiance, took l'aris In his route, w l ere be remained and amitsid himself for about tbrco weiks, dining which t mc he assumed tho gtn b of a i i iiiiui. He traveli d by a dilirenee from l'aris to Ilnv dtsitx. In the diligence ho met two l'reni h o:ll ci r. and one of them, in course of conve rsii'.ioii, asked 1 1 i m if he i re a ! rend mini. "Mo," re plied our hero, "I'm a I iiitchiiian, hut I have livid n long lime in Fratn e." The ri p'y, as 1 ' 1 -in " ml etMid, "-hut up" ihe rieniliinuti, nho did not uiidcr-tahd Uoteii. Ho was received mo-t kindly and entertained most hospitably by a latnily at Itoide inx, who premised eieiy assistance to facilitate Irs ob.iert. II etc he rema ned two nion'bs without any feasi ble mule ol es -up.' prc.ciitittg I'self, wuen ho re solved, like Ca -ur, to commit himself and his fi rutin s to the t a, which be loot, cd upon us a f"tti.ui of the llMtish dominions. He might pro mblv lull in with one of the vessels of the Kng lisli Heel which was hovering about Ihe coast. The city of 1'oideaux, as the readi r is aware, is situated on tho river Garonne, which empties Itsell into ihe liny of Biscay. Hero, nt Horde aux, our hero nvehasid a small fishing-boat, laid in a stork of pro, iiiops, hired n sailor as sieersm in, and passed down the tlvor in tho jacket, boots, nnd cl apcau of a French fisherman. On the (veiling of tho Sicoml Jay they were In the estuary of the river, and before them rolled the Hay ol Biscay, looking ns lien o and open-mouthed as ii shark. "Tho critter" as Long Tom Collin snid of ti c harpooned w hale "w as iu its tlurry." Hut, notwithstanding its swell and Hurry per haps "fury" would be the better torm our hero told the steersman to "sail out." "Where out, sir :" inquired tho helmsman, in Btirprise. "Out to sea into the bay." "it would be madness, sir ; it would bo destruc tion, 'ihis boat could never live in such a sea." Did you ever try 1" "Never, sir." "Then you can know nothing about It. Sail out, I tell you ; or I shall take tho rudder lrom your bunds." Tho sailor was stubborn, and, when coerced, attempted to make a signal to a French guard- ship which lay in the month of the river. Our lieutenant, seeing this, drew out a pistol, placed It nt bis bead, and threatened to blow his bruins out it ho moved a linger or gave any alarm. Iking In this way perfectly cowed by the resolute conduct of his employer, ho implicitly followed Ids directions. Hut some boatmen on Ihe beach, suspecting that nil was not right, pushed out two boats nnd gnvo cuase. llie wind, whicli waa flash nnd frem the soulhcust, was in favor of our hero's littlo craft, which carried her canvas w ith ca r, aud rose on the bosom of tho swelling billows liko a cork. In the cour'C of two or three bonis the pursu ing boats were "nowhere." At daybreak tho next morning our hero fouud himself within hail of the llritish tleet lving at anchor In tho llasque Jioads. The sailors, when made ac quainted wdth our lieutenant's history, received bun with hearty cheers the oillcers and admiral with open arms. Here terminates the history of onr hero's remurkablo escapes. At Waterloo ho was hit wiih a round shot, which carried off one of his legs. He lived till the next morning, but died of the hemorrhage, In the thirty-seventh year of his ago. SUGGESTIONS Af OUT SWEAEING. UN LIMITS A.M ITXAI.TirH. To swear Is a vulgar and wicked habit, forbid den by the luw of God and tho usages of good society. Hut it is often dillieult to know when the dividing line between a mere ejaculation and an oath is reached. Tom Hood called tho slum ming Of a door by a person in a passion "a wooden oath." In tho Hritlsh empire there Is a penalty of a lino for swearing. Ily tho act of 10 Oioigu II, c. 21, it is decreed that a man con victed ef profane swearing shall forfeit Is. If ho be ft day luborer, common soldier, or common sailor; but 2s. If ho be any other person under tho degree of a gentleman; or .is. If ho be of or above tho derjreo of n gentleman. A Scotch psror, the Gla'gow ITcraUl, says on this point : Do the penalties vary according to the strong h of the blasphemy ? I hs Dukei of Wellington seems certainly to havo formed somo conception of a i Ics.-iiieaiion ofo.ulis on this piiuciplc. When asked by tho Government ot the elay what ho thought of tho propo-ul on tho part of the French (iovi riinicnt to reinovo Napoleon's bones from St. llelcnu, tho great captain is reported to havo said : 'Well, 1 don't S' e why tliey shouldn't hitvo Ms bones if they want them. Otlnrwiso they'll say we're afraid. Not that I caro what they say. I don't care a two-penny d u what they say.' Now will any of our leal friends assist us hore f What is a two-penny d n i" Two profane men, Daniel N.alo and James Scott, wore lately lined in Glasgow for swearing; and the paper from which wo have ubuve quoted further remarks : "There are many other interesting fields of In quiry opened np by the law under which Scott and Daniel Ncalc have been lined. For instance, docs the object cursed make any dilloreiu e ? Is the line as heavy for cursing a stubborn donkey as for cursing a fellow-man ? Would the irascible old gentleman who bursts fonh with a savago malediction upon tho stouo against w hich ho has struck his gouty toe ; would tliu beuvy swell who curses the omnibus that has spalterod bis clean trousers w ith mud ; would tho fuddled youth who is living to let himself in at two In the morning, and breathes a half-articulate curse upon the keyhole which won't lot him get the lateh-koy in; would tho man who curses himself and tho man who eur-es some other body would ull these be mulcted in the sume amount, provided the formula employed were in ull cases the same ? Would it muke no difference that the malediction, If It tould hurt a man, could certainly not hurt a donkey f ' Then thcro Is the question of oatlu uttered in one burst of passion, us distinguished iron, the sume number of oaths uttered ufter successive liiteivals, admitting of rellection. In tho Scott case, Mr. Justice ltluckburn gave it as his opinion that 'one big volley of oaths should be deemed only tno offense.' And morally, there is cer tainly a great difference between tho two cases. 'I hen there are the compound oaths, like the oath that lti dmoiid swore when under examination beh re a committee of tho House of Commons. 'It's the sacred truth I'm spukiu',' he roared out, w hen tho opposing counsel was questioning blia strongly as to his veracity 'It's the sacred truth I'm spakiu', by the sowl of Dun O'Connell, which is big, und your own sowl, which is very little, my Lord 1' Would this bimembral oath be counted as ono or ns two? Again, would a curse em bracing the whole body enlitlo the blasphouier, without incurring any fresh penulties, to curse in detail the various parts of the aforesaid body, es, e. g., the eyes ? on the principle that having paid (piosj eetively) for a curse on the containing whole, be is at liberty to curso at his leisure the contained parts, nnd, as Coleridge puts it, 'chari tably di-poso of the fnictionul parts of his oppo nent's bedy nnd limbs to every conceivable and iucoiiCe ivalde place that ever Uuevedodreainedof.' "A still more important question, and one that brings the subject nearer home, remains. Does swearing, wbea put in a genteel dress, coiuo within tho letter or Ihe spirit of tho la v i Is 'liy (ieorge,' 'Hy Jingo,' or 'Ily the Holy Voltcr,' puni-bnblc under tho net? Docs the vi.aeious young ludy, with her 'O la!' her 'U my!' and '(ji oduosB gracious !' escujio beciuso the oath h lelt ircoiuplete in expression ? Strange, is it not, to see in what resicctuble houses blasphemy linds its way when it puts on its kid gloves i Aam, does putting a curse in the iinpersou.il form exempt the bla-phuner from tho penalties of the law us when he cries : 'Llcuco tike it!' MLitirf It!' 'Ci nfound it!' Then what oi Mr. Mantilini and his genteel little 'Demmit ?' This, by the way, must surely havo been the mild form of imprecation w inch tho Great Duke alluded to. Hut Mr. Mantilini suggests another question; for Mr. Mantilini, being a taction, cannot possibly be brought Lcfore tho court to answer for uny Infringement of the laws of tho country. Who, then, is to pay for Mr. Munlilini's profanity f Is it Mr. Dickens ? Or aro novelists to be alto gether exempted except when speaking In tho lirst person tot If they aro, what is there to pre vent a man of profane tendencies to create a blas phemous character, give him place in all his publications, and through huu, as a mouthpiece, send everything and everybody to the deuce i and then, when challenged ubout it, to say : 'O, that man is meant to be a blackguard. lie re presents a wii ked class of people; but his vices are not allowed to go unpunished. 1 Uftvc Uuugoti biiu in the third vwluiue.' " EB.LIYI80ST0NE ON AITIIOA. The most Important feature of Monday's pro ceedings was the lectnro of Dr. Livingstone, giv ing a digest of his African experiences. 6o great was the anx oty to hear it that, whilo the Doctor himself read it to a crowded audieuce nt the theatre, It was also read at the Mineral Water Hospital. The follow log Is tho main portion of it : "The slave trade Is a gigantic evil which meets ns at every step In that roiintry. We cannot novo through any part without meeting cap tilled men and women, bound, and sometimes gnpgcdi so no good ran bo elono if this crying cil Is no; l ied with. The good bishop had somo 2 ' 0 p cp'.e cinirJy at bis disposal, and would soon have presented to the country an example of a fr.o community supported by its own it (lus'ry, w here fair do.dittg could bo mot, which would undoiibiidly have exerted im mense liiilueiice; lor wherever the English mime is known, it is associated with freedom and fair 1 h.v. S'i:;c seem to ti ke pleasure iti tnmiir.g dow n ilicir fellow-countri men ; but the lotq:?r lino I like them tho better. They carry with them simpsei.se of law and jit-lice, and a spirit of kii.dlini ss, ni.d wire 1 in a ditiiculi v 1 slionl 1 pie fer go n to an l.i giisbman in preference to hV i.tbni for a d ; and a lor Lug ishwomen, they do nmii ub'ci'iv make the best tviviS, mothers, si-ti is, and daiqjhti rs in the world. U I . ;hii e e nv cm n that makes mc, in my desire to see slavery nhiiiishid and human happiness pro tu b d, erdently wl h to l ave some of our coun t ry nu n tran-i Itemed to a region where they would bolh give and rei e-ive bt m lit, where every elecen Christum 1-ng'i-bmnn, w hi ther Churchman o Dissenter, lean. eel or unlearned, liberal or bigoted, waul. I i. dually bciomoa blcs-niR by iiilrodiieing n bitter system than that which Ins prevailed for aces. We conducted Bishop Ma,kcnie and 1 city up to the bicbtam's, nnd alter spending time oi lour days with them, returned, and never had any more e onneciion with the conduct of that iniss.oti. We carried u bout pa-t Mure bison's Cata rHi ts. By these i lie river di si ended at live iliirerent leaps of great be-iiuty, 1200 feet In a distance of about Iorty inilis. Above that we had sixty miles of line, dsCp liver, Mowing placidly on to Lake N'yassa. As we sailed into ibis line frosh water laku, we weto naturally anxious to know its depth 10, 12, '20, ,10 fathoms then no bottom with nil our line , and Jolm Meal, our sailor, at last pronounced it fit for the tirent i'.a.trrti to sail in. We ton -bed tho bottom in a bay with a line of 100 fathoms, and a mile out could t nd no bot'oin at I Id fathoms. It contains plenty of fish, and great numbers of natives daily encniro in catching them with nets, books. sni ms, torches, nnd poison. Tho water remains at out "II decrees, nnd the crocodiles, having plenty of ti-h to eat, rarely attack men. It is from twentv to lilt v or sixty miles broiid, mnl wo saw at least 221 miles of ita length. As seen from the hike it seems surrounded by mountains, and from these furious stuims coino suddenly down nnd raise high se as which are dangerous for a boat ; t nt the native canoes are formed so as to go f asiiy along tnc surr. i no apparent mountains on the wist were ascendoel last year, nnd found t bo only the enges of a great plateau ,'tnoo feet ubove. tno sea. This is cool, wen watered, and well peo pled with Manganja and Marani, some of w hom possess cattlo; nnd 1 have no doubt but that the first bardslilps over, anil property boused and led, Europeans would enjoy Ide and comfort. This part of Alrii a has exactly Hie samo form as Western India at Bombay, only this is a little higher and coobr. Well, having now a fairway iuto tho l.lh amis, by means of tho Zambesi and the Sliiie. nnd a inivipsi le course of river and lake of UO miles, across which nearly all tho slaves of the Ked f-ea and the I'crshin Gulf, ns well as some lor Cuba, went, und nearly ull tho nihabit i.i.ts of this densely-populated country actually knowing how to cultivate cotton, it seemed likely that their strong propensity to trade might bo e asily tinned to iho advuntago of our own coun try as well as theirs. And here I beg to remark that on my first journey my attculiou not having then been turned to the subject, I noticed only a lew coses of its cultivation ; but in this I saw much moro thnu I had previously any idea of. Tho native cotton is short in tho staple, strong, much liko wool In the bund, and us gcod as I'pland American; a second has been Introduced, as is seen in the nanio, being foreign cotton ; and n third variety of very superior quality, vory long in the nbre, though usually believed to belong to South Ametica, was found right in tho middlo of tho continent in the country of tho Makololo. A tree of it wns eikht inches in diameter, or liko un ordinary opple tree. And nil these reqnirod planting not often? r than once in three years. There is no ibingcr of frost either, to injure the Crops. No sexmer, however, had wo begun our labors among tho Manganja, than the AtVicau l'oitiigucso, by supplying 'he Ajinawilb arms and ammunition, to bo pnid for iu slaves, pro duced tho utmost confusion. Village cfter Village was attacked and burned, for tlm Man. giiiija, nrmcil en!y witn bows and arrows, could rot stand before tiro arms. The bowman's way of fighting is to He In ambush, and shoot at his immy unawares; while thoso with guns moklng n great noise, cause the bowmen to run aw ay, and the w omen and c hildren become c ip thes. This procei s of slave-hunting went on for some months, and then a panic seized the M.m gaii ui nation. All bed down to tho river, only un:.ions to get that between them und their ene mies; but they lied 1 ft ull their food behind flit in, and starvation of thousands ensued. The Shire valley, where tbou'i'itds lived at our first visit, was e onvi rb d into literally a valley of dry loins. One cannot now walk a mile without seeing a human skeleton. Open a hut iu tho now ileterted village, nnd thcro lies tho unburied ski leton. In son in I opened there wore two skeletons, and a little one rolled up in a mat ly.ng hi twicu them. I have always hated puttirg tho blnruo of my f.iiiuro tipon any ono else, fn m a conviction that a man ought to succeed in nil feasible projects in saito of everybody, and now 1 uin nut to lc undcr sn od as c.istiug a alur on tho l'ortuguoso in Euiopc. Tho Viscount Livr.idio, tho Vis count do Sn' da Hundeira, and othors, aro as anxious to see Iho abolition of the slave trade ox could be desired. Hut tho evil is done by the assertion in Europe of dominion iu Africa, vlieu it is quite well known that they havo only a few hall-castes, the children of convicts by black womon, who have actually to py tribute to ihe pure i. all vis. Wcro they ot the smallest benefit tol'ortugnl; if auy ono ever made a fortune ami went homo to spend it in Lisbon; or if any flcusnre whatever could be dorived by the 'oitugueso Government from spending .'iO()i) annuady on needy governors who ull connive ut iho slavo trade, the thing could bo understood, liut l'ortiifiil gains nothing but a shocking bad name us the first that beg in tho slave, trade and the hist to end it. To us it is a serious mat ter to sco Lord ralmcr.-ton's policy, which has bei n so eminently successful on tho west, so largely neutralized on tbo east coast. A great nation liko ours cannot get rid of its obligations to other members of iho great community of nations. The police of iho sea, must bo (main tained ; ai d should we send no more cruisers to suppress the slave trade, wu would soon be obliged to send tliein to suppress piracy, for no trullic en genders lawlessness as does this odious trade. The plan I proposed required a steamer on LukcN'yasa to take up the ivory trade, as it is by the aid of that trctlo that the trullic in Slav, s is carried on. The Government scut out a steamer, which, though an excel lent one, was too deep for the Shire. Another steamer was then built at my own expense. This was all that could be desired made to unscrew In twoidy-four pieces and the l.mly of .Vyio or l.udij of the Lake was actually unscrewed and ready for convcyanco at the foot of Murchison's Cataracts, when tho people being swept nwuy in the manner I have mentioned, a work was hindered which I confidently boliovo would havo entirely changed the state of the country. It was this steamer l.mhj of .V'jaus that took me across the Indian Ocean, and in it I purpose to try again. Were I yonng again I would gladly devout my time to ihe missionary work, but thut must bo done by younger men, specially educated for it men willing lo rough it, nnd yet hold quietly and patiently on. If being bullied l ad ever mado mo lose heart, I should never have been here la tho position which by your kir.dm ss I now occupy. "I intend to make another attempt, but this timo to the north of the l'orfnsueso; and 1 feel greatly entouiiiged by t'.iu interest you show , Us' it cannot be lor the per son, but your s,mpa hy is given to the ciuso of hiimui. liberty throughout tho world. It startles ns to fee & gient nation of ourown biood despising tho Aiiaum's ti.iiin lo huiutiuity, und drifting he lplessly into a war about hi in ; then drilling quite us helplessly into abolition of slavery prin ciples ; then lending tue Afiicans to light. Mo niigbty event like this terrible war ever took pluee wiihont teaching tetrilde lessons. One of these niav be thut, though 'on the side of the op pressors there is power, there bo higher than they.' Willi respect to the African, neither drink, Bor disease, nor sluvciy can root him out of tbo world I never had any ideu of the prodigious destruction of human life that has taken place subsequently to the sluvc-Lunting war till 1 saw it, and as this bus gone on for centuries, it gives a wonderful idea of the vitality of the nation." f oyer read at ,eii iu! Science Corttjrtss. It was Marshal MacMuhon who said to an aid as be was rushing into tho Malakull': "Tell General Pelissier that if wo aro blown up, ho must immediately crown the crater with oilier mon." If he had been under McClelluii be would l ave been pronounced insane, and treated as McCicllau treated Sherman. He eeut the latter to coinuiund the UeiitoQ barracks as a "ttmj tuuu." SHIPPING. llliOl'iJIMINO lrfft?t' or tiik OUTSIDE LINE OF STEAMER 3 10 N I' W YOllIt, TUB coastwihk RTr.AMaiiiproypAsy s ijgpor riHt T CI.AH8 Mt'lthW BlhAMRIlM, ' ". V. KMJ1IT. S'nptnln Jnl!ns;b)r( JOHN Jir.S(. it. il uin llowpn. Will mkc a rrKulM t 1-wm') tlas, ouinionclng SAIULDAT, OaiOBCU 22, 1034, l.KAVIMI riill.AI)Kt.riII V RVV.lt V Tl i:SI)AY, TUI USMV, & S.iTI'flD.lY, Krura ttin Compary's w! arf, first ah no Kirs street, AT 1'J O'CLOCK M., And fiim Ki w VutV, Ilir 11, "forth rlvir, on lime days, AT ,M O'CLOCK 1 M. Tlitro bew Mnl iul-itrvr,t!.v! iivaruui w.re Uadt ex- prrMiij lei Ihti runic. I'lFts'it re, . tied itslly, IiitmIIm" iti tli.' usixt enri'i'ul mn- rter, mth itcth nsl with i!,e tito.ott ileiAtcfi. I'ot ftnthcr piirtlciiliri. ;ipty to WILLIAM J. TAYLOE 4 CO., Nit. 0 H. WUAltYF.S, PIIILAhKIsPIli A, J p-jo-a rn.u 1 1, nouth ktvkk, uf.w york. Wr 1ST K AM WKKKI.Y TO LIVKlt l&srnS.nJr. I. lout (linn r.t (.'ut t i -.fi wn, l ot k Ui ttr. - I in yi ii ki ov. u NU'dnn'.i oi ii.tp l..Too, Nw Yutk, ml I'hi r ..in h.iKiiiil.ip l ouipai.y r tuUuJoJ to ittil m ii'lli-v p ;-- l.l-t Nt't lei., Krfttir.Uv.OrloWr n. OIY (r Asm S. P N. Stnriinv, OctoUor VI I Y OK Ma KriUn.K. H:iiniii.v, N-.M'rifc r . Ar.il fwzs nuccwAitxn tfniunli) t tu uon, fruiu Tier No 44 North Kh ft. liATKN (K PAHS At If! PA YAM. K IH CUUnKKCY. Fir-t film, fir.) io sijrr-i f'.0 fi Ktrnf Cutiln li l. lulmi I .n tit H'i-riu-c to l.nn.lon... ! f trtt (' tr. n (i 1 irii.. 4 Mtf ru- to r-rii . hum) Kl'.tt Ci.t.in (o HitiulM ulMVlMt Hiotr U.tiuh'itv. 71.IO ra-sM-iiMTi hNo f.i wai ilt ! t llttrr, lUtmvii, iiol trrilmn, Ant" tup, Au., Ht eiuftlly low rfttct, turn u ri; l.iTjto"l it ij'uvtiftoft a ft 'it CuMn, f i; u, fi 7, fj!u Htr-tfrau" frnni l.i. i-rin-ol and Quxtvis Utvtn.f.i). I h nts win. v iit to leud ivr tUulr ftloiidn caa Iniy t(e Vc1 1 tit it i tl.eio rut in. Vol tuiti.tr uiiwiuHtiou Ait)'1) f( the Company f-rtlooi, JOHN ii. 1A1.K, Afit, Ko. Ill WAI. NUT direct, I'hi'aaWpUi fdfK BOSTON AND ri!ILM)EIr.lIA. ttuSm ifrfci "-"- l.tno, lalllng i m Otioh port na h. 1 4. IbA'A i H. in m llrft w hurt iitoe PINK htnet.Phii- mipluft. Hi d I.ouk Vtlmif. UoNlnti. trotn Arst whavf iihivp i inr Mire t, on Afutmv.ii'toncr i t. iwi. 'I hf tcni!ihfp NOItM AN . r.itl Mil'Mm Ph'liv!H phin for lttion. on Sntun!fty, Odoi't-r JJ. it 10 A. M , rtt (tie Uftiiuhip H4ON, Mantiowi, iivm lUnUin lur rtiiiACeipiua, iii lame any. bi r. n. 1 In tuw si ui nLlBtiuiti&l itcAinithlni form r(riiUr lim, ial!fiK frcm em-h port pumttmtl fin H-ttunlsAi . liiniiiiimvi iUuctvU Htunu-l.aJ Hit isruuiiuuioua-cJon llir Vl'sHi'M, Fri'Ul.tM tkrn nt fair ra'oi. Khippprn iirr rciietcU IobccJ Blip tt:colit and BlUl or V tvlxl or I'tusiiga (Ihn virtu fln AcrommtxTdtloiM) inf-tf Nn..T H. i'KLAWAUK Aronufl. P vT N fOIl N K W VOJIK. D EH PATCH !. in tin it 1 ui if 1. Tl ttvMiifiB o( tlif.i linen mr touring daily ni I'J oVIocV M.t auU b 0 clock I". MM lrom tbir4 plur Aliove Walnut turret. I-or tiot.M, ithicti will b tnken on Arrommodaflnf to. iv, a. Hpplv loWU.l.LLM M. UAJlUU it, (JUM Ho. LH . PI I.AU akk Avenue. RAILROAD LINES. f J!K r K IS K S Y L V AN 1 A CKNTUAL UAIL- X iidAU. l'lai.AJ'Kt vinA to PirT8inT.o.-rfi milks: WUlLOrT CHAM1K OK t'AJtf4. TIIK BUOUT MNP. ROUTE TO ALL POIN To IN Tllli UKKAT WE8TI The TkUtOft.cn of th PKN NBYI.VANI.V TKKTR AL RAIIJiOAl) la now liK iin-il At thohfw Paii-nvor In-not 01 thi- Coinrnnv, TllUcritlfU AND M.UtKLf h trout a, a 41114-11T-1.1 1111. TIIROI'OH TICK KT t'un t'n pronirrd to IMtlAS Al'ULIS. ri.KVP.I.ASl, I'Ki I'oir, ( MICAUO, Kl. PAIM., PAYTOV, C1NCINNATF, I.OIM.hyUjLIS.: CAIJirf, HT. 1 01 IN. IKAVKNWOitTlI, K ANMAH, WiiiLKLlNO. And Ail principal poluU BAggncc checked to di-mUiaUvU. nilT.ADKTJ'ITlA AN1 rniR flATLTlOAP. riUUdt'IjiliiA to Kric, 4M milofl, without rhanuo of Car a. Tue tiliortot, iilckt Mt.and CueApt Uouto T'l TIIK OIL l;EI10N UK PKSNHYLVANI.V! lilK MAIL T K I N , At1 A.M., for low!iiiiKl3wn, I.Ancantvr, ro'umlla,!fTr il lmru PuishniDf, nnd .til lnt rrardl-iu- p lnw,m.ik,N clono rni nrptloti at 1 liirrciiur witli t!u trnina of ihr Norihi'm Centtiii Uiilluar for Hniitmrv . U iliimuport. Look llnvfii. 1 iniiviiH. iii pi ri, iiiiKHUMriiij. r.'X.'u imvtMi.siiicKiiiMHtv, t mouilt. Kit x-ton, Wyomlnjf, I'lUvtdit, K -ra' t ut, y't'iuitn 'ufTalo, idHtioviAr.C.imiiiOrttirurt, Magait PaJil f No i li iiT P iu i a,u li ttvncii I'iitliitlclpM, 11 nil I.'H'k lur.) 1.1. tuw ('iinn..,rlJ Vsuiw.r naHroA.I.rfur iifclo. 4'hAiiihi rihnrir. t d Knf-- ..' At 1 'Hrnntiln.wUfi IN York mid Wrllitsvlil JUilway tot ItfiJ "'"iovor. nJ (ittVrl'lir. Till! KAT I. INT, at U 40 A. M , for PltM'tiiv And V.v vvvnl, ihaVi Coniio,1 tJan M l.tindhll:o with tf.c K.-n.tiiiK And t'oMmMa li -inroad lor Kplirnta, l.ttlj, unit llculliu'. At linn inhurir wl h tin 4 uiiilit'iltuid nlitj' und Nortlirru CivitraJ liailw:iyn ii-r CiriU.'e, MilU r,itiirk', Ji o'rtovvn, H(litiK,rnvo. rtnu bnry.oic. M I'ltihl-nr with tlnouh ti-nina on all tli divi-itit ii rnjiiin fri-iii fiat p-t'iit--Noiih t iho Liken, Want to tlic y Ismshljipi 11 ii I tl.c MN.4 url riven, tnid Houtli and huUllli't lo H J jKliils .id I'lr-XIt' I.) IUUlOA'1 TIIK. II MJKIHI'.I It'i At:roMMJ)ATIOV, at '2 -.10 1. m., nit ib i t'olmntil.i, w icic c timovtlun 1 4 mado ith tin- York and Vrirlii il a KaWroud i-r . rk, IU11 -t-r, and i - 1 1 f r . 1 1 ri-r. 1 1 1 Ik train Nt.-pi nt All ltit fiiiOJuto puiuiiti.d riMctiiii Hun l-l nti nt 7 i.'il'.il. TllJ-i I.KIK I.XI ItKHS, Al H P M., mn tliioiih w nliout oi aiiL-o of enrn, for Hun l.ory. Northuiiii'Tl.ttid, I,l-liiiri,, Muton, 'ulnoiitown, I i-w ait, alolitkntiH-ry, Vuucv, Wl 11 import, Ktuovo, hriliniMi, rtt, Mar ;t, Wiirmn. Cm ry, Wu .-n.ird, Krio, f tc. At C- Try c tnnr ti.tu li muJn with Oil ?ici-k lUhroad fur Tfiunllio and Hlmt 'r', Aid wiui th Atl-ittf lo ttnd (iu nt Wi Hiern JLulroadi for t-i-uihllti, Mc-idvi le, au-1 Jan.i-Howii. Th in tntm eonnft t- at ILtrrmUurK wittt tUo litdUuiotQ KxpruBa tor Pitu'jtii: and aU won torn pyljita. TIIK PUILAPP.LPIltA KXPJtFSS, At fi'i' P. M., ntna tiirtu'ii wiiho-it iintiii of fan lo I'lttsburiT, m.d Du re runm rta w nil divcr-iiu io:nlit, K'Tih, MoutJi, Aiul Wi'st. !l(i-iinH c ira run ih-oiuh with tliiK irhin lo pitt'.burfr. A tiirouj-h car fr Wlllimufp nt and tntt nnpdiata poiiita la ate vlieu tu thi tr.iiu, and rem hex il!irtliiiort At I'M A . M. I he I'liUiuii'ipf la h x i n nu Ipavi-H d.dlv. The Krlo Kvpren 1 avi- i;iiy, orpiiMitnrtny. Ail wttiir ttiit Ji-avp tu Cy. except Jiuudny. OS hl'MlAV U'O cam of tho Market St met PHi'nf;er H'lilwny will leave lh'l.Ih Ktrool t 7 L' P. M , to rou timet with thr Kno Kt prrxi, and At to P M. to conueat with the Vtxll aU'IptilA l-:.piena At tlic Phtlnd,dphii depot. M'liiau THE WKKIC, evrrj t Rnnday, thiTArs of the M-irer Htrfot Pussenfcr rtiillt-ay will loiive trout stnit ovory two miniite.i,i,'jiu DHiiftrif iujo hour pn vioiu to tha tlmaof do.itirturo f 4 ii h ifMin, nnd tin- lnt rar will lene thirty tutiutoM prior to the Btuitiiig tnuuof Ach tiAiu from lUv I'liUaJelpkiA dt jot. MONTHLY 4'OMMIITATIOV TICKETS, for the ai cotntiiodatlon of p rnona llv nj out of town, or locaiod ou or near tho Uncut I Mi n-nd, niAy he pur 1 tiHiM-d li,w 1 an-8, good lor tlfty-four trip, If ued wiioin Hit mouth. KAMI1.Y COITpOlf TICICFPfl, At rfi!ticfd Htes lrom local (art1, aiid rood for twihn uionth 1 rum d.iM1 of lnHUf. Iortwcmv-AiK trip ueiwveti iui twup'-int t or tiuui'l aor bur.ito-i.il tlrtui. iiON UILV HCliOOL IICKl'IH, for tin Uf ot i liniartt rittitmliii ' atliool In the city, at vtr.rli w ratofc.und cnUUlug liuoIiTa tu Mirlpl.U uved ti.iii k A month for litntmr Inform Atlon.ftn ply at tlie Panontror Stttlon, cutmr tl 'Ihtrtieth Ai d Mari i t strteia.Piit.a jt-lphlA. JOiiS i . YA.NLfct.tt Jr .Tl. kct Agont. VKHTPRN EM14.KATION. An FmUrant Ai onuiioiiatiun Tiam lenvei N. HT 1 ( k Mm tUily (Sin data e?.i-pti'd). at 4 P. M.,odvrin a c. i f mi u h If un ri j o: ti a 1 1 tofaimll- bkojok Woal, at one hall ihe llsiiAl rntfn Af fnre. raillcidir itllcnilin li paid lo UaivAKC. tor Htiirh ttircki are (ttven, ajkI bagiitHfe forwmd. d tiy mmim- truin nitu p.ii)t-iier i ur lull iiili-rmaii'in, npr)v to HI ANC IS J rjfK.Kmier.mt Acffiit. S. Hi bOVK Stnot. SIAKN H lUOUAtiK EXPUK88. Thatfllceot Mmiit't HiU'miui-Kkpn-at ii hinted nt thA touii,. it( oriicrol Kl.l VI N l ll and M AlikK T Stroci, Ki t te ad iriici t lur the movement ot Imwttx' will re)lvu Jiron pt Httenti in. Au agi'lit ( thin reha'de Kk.'iVm I 'onijany will jih-sh throiiAh each 'r.i'n heiiio ronvUltin the dtp t, and tnKt up chi'i-K! and di-livor hiij-'j,':e lo any put of the 1 ty. 'ihi traveling public aro A--urcd that .' u tnttrtly rttj oiutt i . TTIK PP.NNKYI.VANIA HAILIlOAP COMPAN Y w III r.ot Akiiuo Ai rnk tor huir u-, evei-pt lor woArlr.jr nppuiel, And 1 mil thrlr lAspiiimil-dltv to one Hundred Pol I urn Iu alne. Ali ba-aKiii en-tllM-t thut amount la ftlue will v at the rirk ci the onuor(uulu-i ukcuby bp, tin I control. rRKK.IITS. P.v tlifs rotito fre'rhta ol ad d.-iur idlon ran t forwar-lt-d to and ir-ni uii P -nt on tho railioa.ls oi iihio, K. nt 1 kr, InillHIlU. IHIiiMlH U'i.1 (.iik.ii . Inu :i .ir io I l,vrii.r ,i.il I i'I.i ft, or Iu !.. J, lint oil tho k'Ahh' rKcl t Of tht Wost : hy M'ti nit ia iroiii Jiitshur,',orti)all laao puxti j iti-mra , In tu 1 1 H , 'I he , of mv'-J. t and iron 1 a.iy p ilot pt t'ip W.'st i ! tlo- Pi mis , ..mii Ciiiir il K.'i r m.I .ire m ul ;mu m 1 I.- or,. hie tl, ; f( i t, , otinr uii 1011 1 u io,( i.iP-f. L !. ' i (..mi .(ii,! i,!;,, flN j,, ji.ru ,. tnui.pu ti.tn.ii . ' ir I tr vht tol!n ro;jp,t'iy Ull Kl Mi'll c 'li'J'-a.U ou lis . up- edy'inr t. i or I'm -hi rontrnefR (r shipp nu diieci!oii3( apply to ujr Sil'ltes, tho Aim 11 -t ui tho t 'oiiirun v. . U. M.Nl.alO.N, J.l-hlmatlphiA. II. II. U.'l'HTON, Cicr.fral Kh-:k..i Arfjii, r'i:Udi!phIa. MKNKV W . tiWISN It, General 'I U-ket Act rr, I'hhiidcJphiA. et i NtJCii 1,1. WIS, - " Siipiril.tliiidcilt, AI100BH, P.l. "V- .ST I'll KSllIt AND VUlLADZLmiA 1 I JlAlLJlt' ML VIA IIMH A, HIM. AJ'KAV.EM KNT. On and aftir M.U'A) , April 1, 1,1, u.t Train wtUleavt A." K.lli.v i : Leave J'hl'adi li Ma. from the Iiepot, eotrer of TH1RPY F1KM ind MAIihti Mrutia, tl A. M . 11 U6 A. 1'. M., i:w p. M., C-4.'. P. M. Phliadt'lj-hiA Popot thru Ked from V.HllITKKNTn And AlAKKti' birt-vta to Hi lit I V- 1UM' aud il.Vkh.Lr totrti. 1.9 a. v West f'hi'Ster, from the Depot on Ynt M I1KKT Btrrei.e-Vo A. M..7-4.V A. M . 11 A. M . -J l 1 1 , i u I Ihe cars of tho V4 Philailelphl 1'am.eiiKiT UaUwuV j roiapHiiyt Mark.-t trevfnlU coinej l(o.wr to d 1 bvux Ui PlillAiUlplilA lo p.it. I OS SLNIAYS, 1.at PWlade'phla At fi 'Mt A.M. and 2'Vi P. M. l.eeve H eat 4 'hi -der at h A M. and i ,t P. M. Tramn leaviiw Phhade phi at 8 A M. and 4'W P. M., and ou huatir at 7'4 A. M. and 4 46 P. M.,conne..'t with triuna on tho Phiiadelplua aud lUltunor CenUal lt)lrd lufOxt rd and lntoruo-dM' p. lo(a. 1 4 1 ilLMtl ttl),avDaJouplaUndei4. RAILROAD LINES. UAN UK Of llKl'OXI rP.MIITI,TANTI HS.tT.R0Ar. KHMOVAt.. On fir SirMHAY, iiisi..r K, Ihi Ti.(t Ofllor ntth I'KiinxIriutla IU lr..d wlli tv .1 tho P.-n-cr l-ii-,i. T11IKI1K.1U sad M.Mlhtl' Huteu, Wilt riiiltdiliihis, ami u s l-AHMINDKK TRAITIfl Wll.l. .!. Til. WEST 1'llll.AliKI.I'lllA 81 AT10W Af roixown M.IITnln .. t SOOA.IC. 1 Mrl.1 iIiiiik Tr.in, Nu. 1 loiM) " Kl I. hip si u-. I'm-kt-.tmrK Tr.ln, No. 1 ,t l-ik p. M. ItftrrlfilMilr A'Tomiiiitiiliin 2-.) I .LClnlor Aui'tuaiiislAl.un is , l-ni.il ltrn " i;i) r;r Khtm " h-k1 ' rh.llllloll lil I M're"" " 10 A.M. AllltIV K rlo fiproii at m A. M. I I iIkiIi l.la Fin -l " 7 0 I 'mil. Ac unimi ilnl en " X " I'ArltissliiirK AcruliuniHlftlion.N.. 1 !' " I ml I ir.. " 10 .11 " l llirll'tr TiK'll " li S-t r. M. 1'ii-Sf I urn. Si,.- " f. I I " Mml iWm " " lliurisl.uif. ArcimuiiiUiiisn " 11 e") u PM'Uctphil KTinrjii lov,., ,l,ii,jr. Kiln " " T"r.t 3(itiir,lr. All olbtr Trains Jielljr, rtu pl Sun.is;. OV Ml' NOAY TliiClrn( tl.r Mnrkrt Mnft l'iiiisnrr Blllwlflll li' v,. 1 yhi h flu .t , la I. M ,. t . ci.nnr I n it.i llifi r:rll ii rl al lo I. M., to r.an i rt with ttm I'hl.'sJltiilils .Are.ti i ll . wst ..i,,l,.,i a, .r..t III KIM HIK KKK, Hi riT HI NIVI, Tl.(r fllir MAIIKt.r NI HI.IT I Amr.Nlil.il K A 1 T, A'aYIII en r f run. nir'ist re i-ry maml., r .Teni-iv In i.nt. hitler nis ion. lo Ihi' t.m. of il. pierlni,. of .rl trln, rtiul llii- l.ti nr ill live llilrl s inlntifnn priorlulh.. ,urt in lllul bl rl' Ii 1 1 ml n lrom ilir (A'i-kI riill.:. )tlA !t. MANfe . IIAl.llMlK KXI HKSSI Thr Offli'i ol MANN. llAniiAUK KH'KKUM ee 111 !. I'." II Ha S. t. IIHiMIt eK Kl.l.l fN I'll AMI VAItKr I Mr.i.1. mil in nil cill f .r and d.nr Ui Iir.i. iii 11 ' . i..r all li mm a, li.'t,. i.f.'re. 1 II K I'KIM.T AT TIIK I nil SI li en KI.KVFNT1I A vr MAI.'KKT SIKKKIH ILI. UK I'I.ejXKD AM'Krt HA'l UllDAY, l.'.th lualaill. O. O. KHAVCHfl'S, ("n't. fliilai!. Ifl ta lM on IVmia. Ilallr.'a.l. W...I PI ln.ti.lphla. el. i.., i II, I -14. ln-l ,-a IjllM.AIiKM'IlIA, filsllMAMCnVN, AJXD Mir.KIMTUWN K Ml. I ' Ull. TIMK TAKIJC. On ail 4 after MONDAV, Unj w, 1HC4, umll tirthaf DIltK'O. f Olt IIKTSMAHTOWS. T.ra.f TMIadelrtila tl, 7, H.l la. 11, U A.M.: 1,1, 1 11 HV. 4..1. f.C. 7. 4, !, I". 11, ltl P.M. Li avis ei. rmai,li.wn. B. 7. 7 HO. H. a ). !). 1(1 II. It A. M- l.i, 11.4. S.IIS. 7, d, tl, 111. ll, an,l Iti I' M. YhrH at wn, anil th. HH aud i Uaim up, do not ito on Uie Cicrmant-s. n Uram ii. l'IIKSI'T IMI.I. 7!A(l.nOAT. Irara Phllrt..lp'ua, 6, S.ln.U A.M.i 1, S'.'.'.'l'.f.t an.l 11 r M. I.oav. I'h.lnut mil, 7-10, 8, 9 40, 11 40 A. M. 1 l'lO, I 40. t 4ei, f. HI, 8 an.l in 111 I'. M . rOK CONUMlilllirkKS ANT XORHtSTO'A'V. Iava l'l;llaUol.hla S,8 ii, 11 lt6 A. Al.; li,S,4A,SH Oi.tKio. aiul le r. l.carc N.,rrliUmn,6,,,,7, T'M), 9 anJ 11 A. U. ; IK, H SS and (P.M. T hr train an, "111 iwp al WliialuYaon, Mauayviik aiul e.uiaoi-ia onlr. t-Olt VANAYrNK. I,farpPliUs.i;'t'lil.S,8 84,lll4A M., 1H, ,H.H, OS. " li and 1IM P. M. I.aav. Mnnajruia,i,i,;,S't!0, HS'.ll.sf A.M., 1,1, T, Slid HH V. M. n. K. SMITH. nniral Rnpertrtr n,l,-nl. Bival iHTat, NINTM ami I1UKK.H M(re.iU. VEW RAILROAD LINK N0KT1I. I'UII.AIiRI.PIIIA TO IIKOtfKLTJI, Tllllnlelll IN KIVK 110UIt4. PABK J. KXfTPHIOrJTirKETHKl.lidOl) POrt TflltER DT. On anil artisr llllMl.ll , Aacu.l I, 1h;4, tralnj wlU l.ara SsotesT V I N n Mtree'l, l'lillailtiila, urixy iiKiriilnx at S A. At. (SumlnTi t xi'i pl.il 1. Ilsaca l. Ihe C'airilmi an-t At lantic and ttarltatt anil Oolawara Ita Kailrtia.1. lo l'irt elininoiiih, and by Dm C'aiL-nillliit in.aiii.r J.. il.iyt, U. dt isT Atlantl.s itraot, llroohlyn; ratunilnir, Uiava At luntlc Mtrout MS Uarl aeervdav (Muudari oa.:OitMlJ, at U A. Tl. Traveler fo the efty ftf Niw Tork are notin.il no. to Al..ly f.r vumiie n tlelat line, tlie Hlalo r Now Jva..y tiavlnfr praiiterl lo Hi. I'nnu'en and Ainleoy m..nop..ly tlia caolmlvo prle ll,.a. ol carrilnr panh.-nti.ri an. I lrea.it Le tw.u Uie rlili i ot Phllail.-lplila and New Vara. tTtltl-kf W. r. eililM UTrt. eiwieral HupartnluidnU. I)lin,AI)KLrilIA AND TRV.NTON AND , CAAUKM AM1 AMIIOY ItAlLllOAU eJUMPANlKD. NOTll K. Ob aud after atoHrAV,.!annry 4, MM. tha Trains for Kew York. Iravliiff KeniltKt.m llelKit, Phllad.lpaaa. at S 1 A. M. (Mghl),anil 1 : e. M .anU Iho tralni teaiinn ew York at t) A. M. and 7-POI. M., wlU hareaftar tea rua airlmlt i ly ll.r Una Unll. il rltatm ki.lli aad New York and Wahlni'ton Pause niteri, and win not lake In uor lot ouf any I'Miiiauie'r. bi.tw, i-n ial.l dtl.a. T ha Iu A. M. and I'J Midnight l.lna. from KewY,,r!to Waihlngton, and tin. II 40 A at. and 6 P. M. I. In., from WaaliliiKfaan to tiew York, will continue a at proiit.nt, and rarry paiienireri to and from the Intermedial ataUou aud Jlalllnioni, H'anlilnlon, and Now York. AJUlAJeOKMiUiTd llhTWKK.N I'lllLADliLPIll A AND KrllY YOKK. Lines IflST Phlladolphla, frOKi Kenilngtan Depot, at lriftA.M ,4 00, and -4 P. M., and l-.w inielmaut. and liorn Walnut Uti cot Wharf (via (tamd.o), al S audi A. M., tt M.,4 ardfi p. M .tor ltow York. And l..v... Nnw York, from Ihot of Courtlandt ilroot, at 7 A. M . 10 A. M , li M ,4 andS P. V., and at 11 raid nul.t, and lrom (ooto( Uareila Unsot at S A. M.. and t r.M. win. a. em' z mp. it, jaC-l Atjunt. It K A D I N O RAILROAD. WHAT T11HNK MVIt TIIOM PmLAI'P.I.-illA TO TIIK lfTF.ttmn OP I'I'M'iHV.JIA.l nr. Hi'lUJ r Mill. I,, HU8 jl'Kll,IShA.('l;MI.KIII.As.u, AiiD n lOAIINU VAl.Ltir, . ANII NOItTH, K0I1TUWE8T, AND TIIF. CAN ADAS. PAHIKNOKIt THAI tTf) "iftvo U Ccnn any. Ii..pl, at TIIIKTKKNTTI and ( A I.I I .Will i". tlli'.la, Pulladolnlila, at Uio reaiowlns Iiihui - MORKlNei MAIL AlSOOA.V., for Kin.lliK, U-WB, Kttirl, Mtll ttolnuihla. I.arrl.liiirf., 1'oitivlll, Pini'iTOTff. Taran jna Hiua.uty, Widmtn.p'itt, Knnira, Ki.-hi-,tt'.r, Nlai('rf 'al i, HuiIaIo. AIJe-,.uwn, M kntuui o, 1'liutou, York, ejarlule. UiamlM-ri-lnirif, llnniloivii, Ao. 1 he trim niuniTia at HKAlilSei with Rait Peanlyrra n'a Railmad train lor Alienluwn, Ac tlia leeadlnff and (toliiml'ln Kitllror.il toi Kplirala, l.lt'z, and e'.tluiiii.ia a.'d with the l.rl,, j. Vail, y Uaiu f,,r 11 rrl.'iari., tc. ; al PR ( CLINTON wiih I'llnlau llallroHil tralna lur Wllke. aire, WIlllNtnupore. l.oi'k llavin, P.liuna, Ate.; at HAHltllji lll Kli Willi ''Noi-lKein ejviitial," "Cuuihorliiu.l Valley," an.l "sJrli.nlkiU nnd Himiuplianna" tram f.r K .rt'ium tscrulld,VUIlatrisp-.rl York.t't'atul.i.r.iiuri., Pinerove jio AttTHlMiON KM'ltKHH T eavti Phnmlilplila at A Je) P. M. for lieadlrur, Pntti Till,., I'lnurove, liarrisburi.'. A.., cooaH-ctiiur at llarrti lairu with l'enn"ls aria O.-nlral iralni f-.r Plltti r, .etc., hortham I'i niral Itallrnail tralni f.,r nunlmrr, Northuiu. Iierlaml, KHmra, Ac., uml al Tort CUnlon with e,Vuwlita liallroadlxaluifvAlilbuu, IViUlaui.voit, SUuiLa, Uuii.Uo, ltc. ISP.ADINO Aff'OMMOrATIOJ. TraToi Boh.Iii t atfi io A. M . Moppini. al all wayila I Ion, ar.iv.ire. In rhltniti'lphlA at tl am A. M. Ui.iur.il.iK, 1. aniK 1 uiiaeieiinlua at i eio 1'. M. : arrive, la Keaelni,. at ) P M. Trillin. fur I'lilladelphla lea llnrrlshnrKll 7'.V1 A . M , anil Pi'llnvillr al H ID A. M , arriving. In Phila.lonWila at VI nl P. M. Afietliisnn train lease llnrn.t)i,ri( hi 1 i P. M., l'nlt.Tllloat 'l'.lnP. M., nrrlvlnz In I lil'oiloli'Ma at 7 P. M. kliirket tialni. with a paviuTfp.r ,-ar attache'l, Irav Phllaililphla al 1 P. M , fur Hoailinx and all way ntnlloiui leavt' Ki'ianiw at li, nonu, and lme niualowuai li oul. At. for I hlladtstj ala and all way itallotii. All the al.ovt, trait; run ilaliy, Knnilal exoopted. Huniiay tralni h avo PoiuvlUe at 7Do A. at., and Phila dalpjjlM at S I' al. CIIS.hl'KK VALLEY KAILROAD. rananier lor bownlnlt.wn anil Intorinelale poln'i Uke tin- Kiel A. M. and! to IV M.triin. Irotn l'n:la.llitil, relnriilns hum lioniiinstuKn at S tu A. M url It ii B'X.11. JetW YOBK EXPHK9H TOlt PlTTSBUnU ANl TUE WKST. Ia.T Kow York at!) A. M. and 7 P.M., paeilna lleadlii( al IV ii.nl allil and 1M f. M., and eoiine.-iiuu al Harrl. bnrifwilh I'l-nniyLai-l Knltroud Bxpica txaliljt tlx l ltl. blior. Cldrauo. and lite A eit. Ilea iirmi'L' Kxpremi train leave llarriabnraoo arrrrll of tie Peiimyivaula Kkhtm from I'm aotirar at an., aail 710 A. M, pa.alni. iti-njlnx at 47 anil lo A. M , and arrMitK at Ni-w York al lo A.M. and 4 n P. .M. si,.cp ii ( ejaj. acrooipany Uln.fl train th.rot.tfb, bal ween Juriur Cttr and rirtlMli', w Itlioo. elianae. klull tram Mn iftl .:vei llirrlihurc at I IA p. M. Malltralufor HnrrUlmru liases New York at li AL HI ill' V I.K1 I.I. YAL1EY KAILKHAH Traltin It-ave I'oliee llle al aao a. M. and 3 ; P. M., re tuinlita In, in 'I mcarora at K r, A.M. ami 4 UA .'. M. B.UII I.KI1.L AMI eil'MlJl K'lANNA UeH.ltOAD. Tram luavo Auburn nt ll 4h A. al. for I'liienrovi. and Ilaril.btirt.', and al I'OO P. M. for Irauukt'ovo onlv ( rotni'n It u lrom Harnhtirr l l'SO P. Al., and from 1'ltiejrove at 7lo A.M., audi P.M. TII'KETS. Thrauirh flnt-rlail ticket and emlC'SXt tlrketl to aU the prli cii'll 1'oI.iIh in tl'M ,orili and W1 and L'rtii i.H.. '1 lie foll..wln UiAi'ti, are obtuliialdi' onlv al tha orHce.! S IlKAliroKli, Trraiurer, K i. ll H. H)l h lfl HVoul, I'hllaili .l la, or of U. A. MLOl.L-S, Ucn.ral oojioriuuin. dent, Koadlns : COHMI TATION TIC'KP.TS, At?6 nereeiit dircout, butwt-tu an points tkiired, for famuit-a and fliui.. MII.KAfiK ncKF.TS, (lood for WO nuin, beteieen aU jwuiti, st Hi le) eacli, for laudlleH and Urm.. .SKAON TIOKKTS, For three, tlx, nine, or twelve uionlua, fer holder l onlv, te all pUiiti, ui reduc. d r.iei. CM lie, VHP. ReiMIni: rn ttin line nf tho road w ill he fnrnUhed with eardn, e.ulilir.g tlicinalvea and wtvoa to ticLeu atuaU fare. 1'XfnillRION TlfKBTH From PMladelpi.ia lo prineipal Htaiu.ni, gof s.r Pitpr day. fciiii .lay. urd Mw.Iht. at rts,l'icl fare, to be r.ld only al the T h ki t Ulllct!, al 1 Ui IITKLN 1 H aud C'ALLU n lllU. fiirewU. JKKU HIT. tloedl Of all di.srript.iais) forwarded to all the teWva peaittv. IVcm lltr t'iru,.e!ij ' nvw frvt,l.t djul, laltOAJl and Wll-l.oh ts;re..i.. 1 LF'.I.IllT TRAINS T.fav.Phliaili-lrMu il.t"y at e'. A. M.,1 P.V.,an.K.P M., 1' r H. ,i.!t:-. l.etiu.mi, liurt'.,!.tMrf, Lauvulf, i' ,rt e t.n lot., at. tl L.0JUU Lejul-U. V.tlH Cl. ie at the Pttltait'lrh'fl Pi OiTre f..r nil p'a.-i on the r.'l.l and 1'a briiiThefl al 6 A M., and for the principal klallo.i, only ul i'l.. P. M. Fill LAUKMHIA AND lOj' 1 KitiK Han. itiiAO. Io'l4. T tin ureal lino Ir.ivvrHe Ihe Northern and Northwest Counties .a Ptauisv Ivanta to the cttv of Itrte on Lake Kr... II hash, en lea.ed bj the I'KN Ns'l I.VAS1A KA1LHOAU CoklPAN., and under their uu.pUlos la biauat lupuli . vp' lied tbroustboul its eatlre l.'nsnh. It is now Ui lire for I'assencer and FroUht bu.fliaia frora llarrlshurif to Pmporlum. ni iida-sl.ou the Kastarn IMvl- 1 sl"ii,an4 lrou. Sa.iliWd te kal l7ouiks),ea Ui WtMera UlvUli.i. vtw o iaaair,ui TuniaiT rmi-APKLi'tni. M all T re In leave. Mist A.M. j i;s.pr. Train teav.l lerao P. Al. Can runtUroiuh wnuolT riusns botii walon li'e.e , (rains l.tiwota l luia.lel hla aad Lock liaeu,aiid tHlwia lultlmere aiul la llivea. I k.livimi aientinf elara ma the Kiprees Train both waya. For Information rrfl.eaunn I' a. sender Imnuess, aie.ly al tie H. p.. comer ol KlVvUNTll and M.elitv!' Mi cola. I And tor Pr.'ifcM busltn . t'l tli roninv's Ae.".:s j N. II. Ktii fston, Jr.,eorfr SlATr.t.M'll and 11 LHK1 T i Streets, I hlnMlelpn.'a. t J.W,K.ii,oiils, k'lS. J. W l-iil. Aool. M. S. 0. B P.Hni,.rl. ll. a."irrTojj. Oeueral Frasyht Ai-vnt. I'la'i d. '.'.t'aa. LB Ml L. h.il.P.', Ooisvfal Tli kit Amt, l'ln's.U '.pais .iiirii'.i'ii r. pi.ri'j, Jat-tf waaatal atanaaor, Wlluavupa RAILROAD LINES. Nr.T.UrVNN,,Y,LVANlA. RAILROAD. ilAllri. , ln Jv,"if,,FM. IWO KSTOWN, BASPOIf, LIAMW'iiT ' WI1U"' WlLAVUAilt, Wli.- ! Ho.-, a.m Xxzttx!;.. All) ISP.I (Itprf), IMhU.m . Hit. I rain If a.-Iii. KiMnn au-li. I 5' V .... Al l it. P. M. (Mall) far l.,vif,e,,n 1 " rt 6 I'-I' M ( A'C..Tnn,,.lattoe IV-T l.an.fl.t 11 P. Irl. (Arcotnno'dtiilonl lor Kort Wi.tVlnrlnn 1 hrotiKlt I lki I. Inai t lie pr .enred al th.Tlokii 1 i I l.l i , r.r lil-.KK-eoirwjt.in ordn k. m7wi2 low est rate. f faro TKAINrl FOll PnU,ATF.I,PHlA Leave Petlil. l.eii. at C Ml A. M., 1J It, noon, and ti ll I. yten.wn at .. :0 A.M.,1 P. M.,and tut. at. l.nt.a ile at i.'la A. M. nrt Wanlunnton al in-.'l A.M. and 1 P. If. on hi Mm h Tlillailelj hla f..r llUilel.m at w A. M. l'liUeil. irMa for Ooy.eeioti n at tl I', at. l...ii.-t s.,-, r I l.iia.e'.iiaanl i :) A.M. l'.tl.l. lt. in f a 11 ',.:,( a' 4 P.M. Ilillnian'n llaa.-e Kvpna, Will rail f,r and rlflfvar hie, : nt the iiejiot. orderi mar bo Kf, at Da na e.. ; HIKIi i-lrit!. .1' .'' R LMSJ-LAhRnt I)I1II.AI)M,I'HIA, WILMINOroX. AND IIAI.TIMOUK KAII R.MIl. ' ItllA.M.P. OK Horns. Onati.lall.r .'.'."Nli,Y,ucii.uarl''.ll64. Pafieitiror t.,i:-i L iv-VMlalelrt u (r M!:i"';;:T.;!1!;;d ikih!';w"' - Met. at b Ho, 11 li A. M., 1 , I JO, 4O0, 5 10 aad ll-O itnilifton at 40 fMor.rlav eTw-ptetli. s at IMS A Tat.. 1 1-. ra...4'H'.f.:ii'.o:iii .,,,1 naop at. fin I i at t, -K. A.M. a. t.l t-wi p, at. Ik-vit al st.'. A. M. ana 4v P.M. Uai..i,l ai (i is'. A. .M. Malnl.ur) at mi .. A. M. iiiAiN.i koi! rnTi.Anpi.ppu tease P.mt.H.ore at t l., it I'l A. M- eCapreil), 1 14. ami If -a- P. M. tl .li.tlacton nt 1 S. 7-r,, !l 15 A. il.,U'l.l QO, 1 4J, -. Kiili.hnn at II I.'. A M. n ui ma. or. m. lioui ni 1 'o A.M., un-' .1 P. V. Nov 'a!.' at 1 ."(I A. M . n,l Cm P. M. Ieiier al a li, H .V, A. St ., 1 lJ, J to, 4 10, I N, r, laave rii.ltlnioicf.i SilljlaryanJ UtormedlataauUeNas t l"J l'. M. I i as r iiaiiunora for Dover and Inturmisdiats autloas e Ik1 Pal. TRAINS POTt PAT.TIV.OIir. Leave Cweer at K'lO A. M ,a i,:, an.l Ita P. M , 'jJ,TC WinilnKion at i'J., Salt, A.M., in and 1144) Ki.tjit Train, with ranenirer Car attached, will ran SI ti.llues : l.eas c Wiloilngton for Perrvvllle and Intrrmrrlliliplinaai at 7 Mi P. M. 1. 1 NI i A s Only at 4 .W A. M ., W M P. tt., (nm Phila delphia to Baltimore. Pr.aa I'liiiail. tiiiaa lo lYIliiiingtan si 4-30 A. M., lO-SSV and II on I'. M. I n m llm.otion to Philadelphia at 1 4JI A. M. and at P. Al. CinlJ al WJl I'. M , fn in llalilraore Mi 1'liila.leiphia. al 1J . P. h E N N K l . Supi.r-.nlend..ut. i AllR ANOF.M KNT8 Or 1Q' 4 lOlM. kU' .OUK I.IKl-8. loO-la The Canaten and Ami oy and Plata lelpk'.a and Trenttar, Ltatiroad Ci'mpaniei' Lines from l'htladelplila to Hew York; and W ay I'la. i i muM WAI.ntT UTRHKI WUAKP. Will leave an follow, via. At it A M., via Cauidtn and Amboy, 0. and A. Ac commodation (I'M Atfi A. M , via Caindrn and Jifi.yOl, Morning P.r. m tut At li .M .. via Camden and Amboy, C and A. Aooom m.'Oalloii At .' P. M. via Cauid.-n and Auboy, O. and A. El- prr il Mi At 1 P. M.,vla Camilen and Anihoy, Aocomtaisdatloa (I reiK)it an.l PasenKer) lTf At it P. M., via Camil.-n and Amboy, Arrommodatioa (1 rcliilit and 1'a.aonai r) lit C'la. Tk-kul I'M I'l I'la. il Ita At7', P. M., via Onindi-n and Ambi.y Acomnmoda- II..I1 (FretMlit aud Pamernre'r), lit Clan Ticket.... Jle tasi do ror.Mamh ITiunk. AuYntown, Ilt'liiloheni, llelvtVlara, I'anon, l.a'iibitrlvliU., Kltminxmu, Ac .H'.IOP. M. pur Latnber(vlne and intTtiie-liate ntntlor.1, at 5 P. Tat. Pit Mount) Holly, Kvanaviiie, Pemborton, and Vlnoaaa. tow n, ae tl A. M., i and ftp. M. 1 or Krrehold at el A. M. and P. M. Fit Palmyra, Klverton, lietanco, lleverly, Berllnvtoei, Pk.roi ca. llonli ntown, Ac . at S A. H.,11 M.,!,!',!, and (PS. The JIM) and & P.M. linei run d ureal Uhroiur to 'I'rrnton. Ir or l' in. yra, 111 vetlon. Titian co, Beverly, and BnrUa( trn at 7 P. M. htenuihoat TTenton, for Ilrlatnl, Burllnatoa, Pevarty. Torre.dale. ami Taivny at H wl A. M. andl 10 P. M. I.JM-..1 KK17.H ht.NeiKUlO.M 1KP0I Will leave a follow At 4 A. M., (ulKht) via Ken.lr.pton and yew York, Wahlnirl.n ami New lork Mail $tH At Il ls A. M., via KinMufcliai and Jer.ey City 1-a- free S'Sw 4-:xi P. M.,via Keauluktoa and Jersey .Clty'.F.x- prefl tilt Al l.'t.'i P. M , tla l.i'ioliil..n and J.raey City, WmliiiiKton nnd New Vork P.aorrii I'M Humley h.tei Irnve nt 4 A. M. and rl 11 P. M, Thera wH be no line nt 4 A. M. (Slal.O on Vondl. For Water llaii, Stroud. Inne, n,.r jnton. Wl'.ki-.harva, Moutrr.he.Ornut liaiid, M.n-li t'iiunk, Alloutowu, l.etakv-1-etn. lu lvtileii., Kust'.n, Lr.n.herlMl!... KleinlnKlon, Ac, at l lh A. L Thin line ivTjnt;tlvi Itk Uio UiluluaeittgKMto4V -T ..u ..uniikal ii an P. M. Inr I.MnitHsrtvlIii. and intermrdteto station at 5 P. M. For lirlnol, lii ntou, oic, at 7 L uud 11 la A. X., and I For Ilolni.il.iin., Taronv, Wl.;nlantnlnit, BrtdisAblirf, aoel hlankloril al ll A. 41., u, 0 4.., aiidtl V. M. The 9 A. M. LIB rune 'o llrtMol. I if 'Ki r New York andWayl.lnei Iravlmt Renirrurtnai Iiejiot, take lite c ua on I Itih etrei-t, above le'alntit, half aa Itour hetiire ileiarlnro. Thet'arirun In'othe Depot, an on arrival of each train run lrotu tltn IkiimiC Mlly pomnju ot t:i;n:...o only .illowcj ea.th paieieluar. I'awsi ..,,ari, are pioliil. fo.l fr..in faKltor anvtMn,- nn baifs-aa l.i.l their neHttnc Lppnri'l. All hHKL'ace over feftvpoumla ,,...,-,.,,,,,., .-.un. ,,,r (u.ny o,u ineir roNpoaal b.liti lor buai'nh. t.i One IMIar per pound, and will no. aa lul.ic fur uji auaiuui tityutid $liA, exoept by pt.oiai coav "eham '. ".'-'' "re PvnT. will rail f.r ami deliver haw -ate at the licpi.;. Ofuci. mho leu at o :l WALltlr aun t. V-U. 11. laAUMr.U, Auouu . Aunist.iv.l. L1.NF8 FIIO.M KKV7 VOnTC FOR PHlLAIKLPfnA WILL I.KAVK rrom fo.d of roiirtliiu., tr,,.i u ll M. and 4 P. M., via Je.c illy as it i.aiu.in;e; aad la a. M.,tl P. il., an Pi t Nkla) vln.leri.rj ttite und Ke.n.liiKlou. rrnia f..l oi linn :av etreet, at li A. M. and 1 P. M .vkt Amboy ami eauii ieii rrom PUT No. 1 North Klvor. at U M., 4 and 6P.lt. ll ivlaht and Pu.- euiinerJ via A u,t,iy and Carndon. rMlKKjliTTlXl'.sTorTlsrEW YORKAND A nil llie Btiitio.i ou U.e Cnm.lcn and Aruboy add eaa Uoctinu ilniironilM. I Nt'lll'ASI.Il I.F.IPATCU. Tl.e rnanlrn uml Ainiiov Itulirond urd Tranportatl'ai Company ' Kre ilu 1 Inrs l,.r New I ork will leave Walaiut Itr.-d wliaif. on un- alter January 0, dally (Muuday ea, CepteC) al 4 o i'loi k P M. in lui uing, tiio above Lint w ill leave New York at 1 easel 4 P M. Pri jiht must be ilellvercHl before 8,'.P. M.'lo be for war.ieil lbe .nine ilay. Pielilit lor Tn-mon, rrinoi'ton, Kini,rilon, New Brunt w irk , and .,11 i... tilth ou Un C'ftin.li-u an.l AuiUay Kkllroad also on tho Iteli hlere, l)e;awtui., ami I'luaiitu'tun, lite New Ji T.ev, th. 1 reel. old and Jauii stairi.', an. I ttie HurNeKtoa und M-aint hotly Kalhoiols, retelsta ami f.T-ardod up tai I'.'.'a o'e-l.a k P. ft!, huiali parkU(,'e fur Mount lloliy recoiv4 U. to'i OVl.K'l P M. T he ltelvMi-re l-i-lnevarp Itatlroad eonneeti at Pbinipa bTn with Hi l.eb.kli Vullev llaiuaad. The New Joiaep JI.iiItL.aJ eonui'i"a a Llia'.'.tti with the N.-w Jurany I'euiral llmlroail, and at Kcwaerk with the Morru aai Luiex lliiiln.ui). A slip memorandum, ipectieini; the marki and nam le.ri. .iapptra mIii! coiishaie. , Haul In itvuiy liislanoe ba lent with i nrh IomiI i f .ods, or no receipt will be ulveu. Inorcnsti li.el.l'l. a having b.en uiade for tlm traniortv tion of l.l V. e l ol'K, ft .were are Invlli d to try 11. I root. When tin. M. rk It. ruruube.llu iitiilitle of TWO CAN, I. OA OH or mote, li will be 1, liver, d at the foot of Part talk itr.it, m ar li.e l.riisu YariH. or al Pier No- 1 North Pivit, a. the ihl.. r may iteriknate at tlie time of Uia litpmenu WALTi; It KIIKK.MAN, Krelkht Attent, No ii.ifcl. 1.1'lawnre tivenue, PralaJaliiliia. llt.l. II llAYMl'Mi. Prelllit Axent. JaS tf Pier No 1 Nonh Hlver. Mew Yo. lVlHKC 1' JN O R T II E 11 NIlTluIoAD Jl Itol'IK! I TMLAI I l.I'MIA TO NXIlTHKASir.KN PF.NNHYT VAX A, CKS'lHAl. ASI. W1..STLU.S MirV TiOUK. lil'IKALO AMI TIIK I.AKKS. li Pclla.teiphlu ami 1'ienton llallmail, llelvtdere, and I'e-law aie Iteiliond. Iu lawaiv, Laukaanna, aud Wu.tera liailroad, ai d rli' I'a'aeiHy. onlv two ihat i'e, t.i'tni'en rhlladelihtn and RutTalo. Ku .uauulttk In toe nlitht. lt'7 atlLKn IIP UKOAI) QACr.P.t Mapntni-erit 8li epiig t'a.h -u it e nl, l.l ei.d of llie routa. tioinu Noiah. l.i-ai e I ln'a.'eipt.ta al 7' I-. A. M.. frian the Ki aihtiiloli I'l'iad of the I'ltllaeelphta atid 'I ronton ItalU rpnil ; ehnitki at M trunkal laink ta the Itr ai..iaiiHe care ol the l'l-ii.w .,te, I ticl km at" a, uud Wet-lurn I'.AIlr.iaJ. and at tiieui Ueud to ihb i'.rte llai.wui', arrliijiu at liuiialoat t'.'i A M. liotna hoitth. Take II.o F.rle Patlsvny F.ipresl frem IlllllHlo At It1 .'.'. P. M.t rl.aliKe at On-lit iljml to the l.ela I waie. laiei.iwutiiia,und A'.n-ni ltaiir..ail,un.ial ANuuaka e'liiuik lo ir.e fte.s tdtre Oetawitrt! Itatlroad irala, woacA g.a I ll Ton; h In PI iln'rtpha. arriving a. It 31 P. M. I Piiso.. Tiers t..,.inrf (ti.rlli itlne at Delaware Million t tin De.awarv, l.a.ktiwant.a ai .1 Western llaiiroiid.at li'iO '- P.M., aid have timo lor supper at Urea Iti'n.l, where ; lite la' cl;,l-'e is. tcaite at il'4n I. M. 'I'll.'se K'lnJ Would ' i akc I h.- llmt eliaiK nt I '.rent 11. nd. at li aa A. M , aud ImvcliU'O 1. r bnnkiast beiole luKlmr Detasvaro, Lacka ! wanna an.l WetiriiHalliitl tioiui diuo ai Doiawaru a. 1 Trroihih Tlckele lo avd frnm n'lffato. PtinMrk, Rochet ' i-t, l liiiira. III. leu, ia"eia, ltlnltaro.K.n, elreat Hand, Heranan, l l.l.eM.,iTe, I etawiiie Wrtl. r elap, Ac Jaiulu liieeii Ph. I .lelphta and Uullalo, 11. I Ask lor la-k, Is viulllt.it Hi. il- . . I n i -i.u 12L,L01'ln-.A'on, ' TjIIU.AI'I'.I i'lUA AM) HALT lMe.i ith CKN. i 1 n.ai. Wiiaaiui, tn ta lij O.MOin SS'lliSleA 1 AllHA.Ni.l-Ml.- I. On at a i.i-t 1 hliAY, Ap U 1, 1 -u-l.Lbe trains will le.v as li.tl. w :- K K Hi SI l Alll. I Ifll "' " s: ' . I. :.s. ('Moia AVest l.iove..,. Avomlaie Ketinerl Cha. ,1 s ,'.;.it.. i- l. r t. PllliS.l.OotllH... , S id , 7 .5 4 till 4 44 ii 11 k-.a sit ar tt'.si 701 .i'7 . 7 i.i ..7 ..) . 7 IJ a .j iv.i i r ..tor., 4 I t It . I.' Junction., a .iti 4-17 iVaioanl 1 4 II ChaJd'sPcld,... I' U ..! K.H n tt ll' Oi 6 1 un (at. I" Jl Itatii l et i Inn H ii s. in e-.r r.l .1" Cnueer.t .'.' w.e'..ii!ii. no.. H-iA lii'lio'.ii.. a !' :-l rt est e t e. i'r ;.t Pasheii..r I'- p a in 1' Pl..leeit h ji-t.l slstr." Tan ll.iiiriLlaa ha. i..Ln elian-td from .re.n. In rHllti'Y-.Rsr anil A1AI. a, r. r Mreel. .At t'l.'tu leii.tna. Mark-it isirvwt Paseni-'..t KseJlsnj CuJ ctiuicy I'ttjaciiacri w aliil faoa tre Dep.... Pi.ae nuirl ao throne, without ehati.'e nf ca-, Jul II EN U W -HO. Superintendent, -lyjvti'l' J Kli.SliY R.ULKOAD LlNli3 11 New Arruiii'luelll. On md alter MONDAY, Cetoher in. 1K.-4, liaius will leave from Walnut Direot iter ai fol..s.st ror cap May and and all places lotifh of Utllvlile al For Millv'.lte, BrMi-oinii, Salem, nnl all ulaitei loulk of W ooillany at tl A. M aud :l r.M ror Wgu.ll.uiv, UlomesUr, o.c , al A. M., li M.,J an cp.m. HK.Tl'llNISa Leave C .p. May aa ia- a A, M. " Mtllvtlle at 7 A. M. ana 11 P. f. " li,UvP.n at? I- A. M , i loP.M. " KtiK iu ac I A. M.. and J P. M ,, , p ar ' W ooeibur, at i and ol AKK mil4a.,Ov.l,lS04 (li-J levua-i-!-.