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TIIE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAm. riHL A.DELrHIA, TIHTIISD AT, DECEMBER 22, 18GI.
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lM I.AR
AND COS n-
NF.KTAI.
Without politeness the world of men won I I be
little better than the w..rll of brute. CItIM'.cJ
Bien are far from unanimous ; hot then they Agroe
to differ clTllly. In societr people often make
War i bnt In good ncioty ttacy uoror declare It
Good breeding requires t!i it even enemlis shtniU
void olfentiTe forma and expressions. You mar
go ont with a man to slitmtliiiu through the heart
la a dacl, but you mutt lion- to him politely first.
An Insult may ercn he retiirncil politely. When
Laur.un broke hi sword In the presence of Lewis
XIV, saying, "I will no Ion?' r strve a king who
docs not keep his word,' the klnn threw his cane
Out of tho wlnilo, adding, "I. shall neriT lie
laid that I hure threa'tned a m m of n.ilile MrtU !"
The tbra-liing wis given rnnrary, and the out
raged rujal dignity was fully utti-fic 1.
As to t'olito nliiikcs, th' y ari' not uiirommm
end are Inr mure eny to admin .hit. I-'rciIrri -k
railed the Otcat, til I'mis-ir, wai at Ica-t a very
gmnt M.uil-tiiki r. To save the troulilo of cumin t
alty pntiing Ins hand in his p'n-krt, ho hud a
irjufl-l nx mi 'he chiinn. y piece ol'every rnou in
tho suite (if rooms lie occupied. One il.iy, wlien
liusv in Ins caliinel. he s iw a i .iff, wIid f.ricij.l
ho was nut iilnerveJ, urn creni'm: .u-lv ta-ti-ig Un
royal stiiiff. He took no f inlit-r n''iee th"
time; Inn nlunit an tiour ufHTw.i.d he or icro 1
the p 'tc lo Kriuii Imn th imx.
"Takn a pinch,'' S..U the king. "HotY d ) yon
find it ;"
'I'.xi'i llcnt, lire."
"And the b..x ;"
"Niiprrri, sire "
" Vi ry wcil. iii j
ennin.li (or ua too
i c;i it tlioti. I' h ir.lly- h ,l
The simly of the so -ial c n lc ml yto I bv tin
World in which we m v-', is Hi rcl -re ii"Cn-i-v
for whoever wi.iln s to li.'iiro rrDili'aYr In t ia
world, llu' rules alone arc not sirlien-'nt j tli -re
are cxi cpuon il oecn-ion- whe.i ilicy tail to ap,ily.
mid in which wc uui-t He guiil. .1 by tin pirn i.f
rouitcHV. Dcti renc: to oili.rs," o-iclicu :o to
fillers, siilnnelin t i rank an I nut'ionty , tro the
very e-.-c:ico of that -prrit. (ifora- 111 my
coiiiplinientcil l'r. J-tin on ill In'ily lla'tering
terms re-pC' ling I. is writing's. S tnio'Mi.ly iHk'-il
the iloetor, "An I wli.it ili I you s:tv t uli t!iv ?"
"Nothing," was the judicious reply. "Was I
to bam y c1 mi I nc nts w itli my sov reign ?" Il..i
accrpteJ the roytil a'proit;ition, as was his d itv.
A new auib ihiU.lnr, l.-ir-l S .w!io.n st'.:i,i' t let
was hinhlT spoken of, arrived at tho court of
Lin a X I V. The kinc, wishing to test his p i ite
ness, invitid him to a n!nc.tiug-p:ir:y. A- the
moiiunt of s:nr.ing to cliiin t ) the wontls, tbo
king, drawing hick, gavo him the J rcccilcneo,
6 ylng, "(let into the carri ige, Monsieur I' An-
l.isinlor." l. ird N did not wait to be twice
t I'd to tl so. Instead of hnnihly retreating ur.d
a ti niptinir todecline sotrcut an honor, he oheved
at once; thus triutingtlie royal invitation as an
' ordcrw hich he was not even permitted to dis cuss.
The king, who was the p lii'es' man of his day,
perfectly appncuucil tho move, and remarked
yv tha unite, "Decidedly, Lord S is a well
bred n an."
It is often, therefore, the truest politcuoss
limply to do what you lire reipicti 1 to no.
I'oiiicin fs ii not ex.utlya virtue, but nn iinl
tation and ashiiuiptlon of certain virtues. It
Induces us to nppe.ir kind, self-denying, Indul
. gent, modest, becauso it would ho uncivil and
rudo to appear the contrary. We are polite tor
our owii fakes iultc asniuch asforothcr peoide's.
l'olinrlcss is the art of iIisr lising our feelings
and p isfiotis rather than ot rcpre-sing them : it
Is a sense of propriety rather tli in of justice; it
doe not make a man better, but it renders him
Infli itcly tni.ro s x ialilc as is Indicated bv tho
d tivaiion of the word itself and its synonvnis.
The root of politeness is ;nn,a town; courted
eomcs to us from courts; and civility, cinlitnii,
according to Amnwoith, is tho courtesy whit h
C t zi n n.-e. to otic another. I'oliteness, not con
tO'it with avoiding even tiling that can possibly
lispliae. continuillv niul actively strives to
p'eaie. It modifies the demeanor as well as the
C nduct, and adds a charm to tho most trilling
actions. -When simply and naturally practised,
snd without any ntlect ition, it ulmost amounts
to friendship and Mleciion.
I'aul is a curious town, a favorite resort of
Invalids and idlois, whose population s msa
liicnt'y consints.of a certain number of inhabit
ants and a Tcry great many straugers. Every
body lets furnished apartment, from tho
humblest citizen to tho highest personage.
Generals, counts, and manpiiscs advertise their
rooms "with a south aspect and a fine view of tho
ryrenccs." There is no harm in this; it is con
, venicnt: but it lately gave occasion for a sharp
retort.
Madame C , tho w .fo of one of tho rlchost
merchsn's in I'aris, wus remarked for the
elegance of her dress. Much elegance, displayed
by a simple commoner, disploascd one of tlio
- ncble dames of l'au, Mad.mc la Comksse
d'Asferisk.
"What do you call that ?" she said, contempt
oonly ghmeing at the I'urisienno.
"That is Madame C ," was replied to her.
"Ah! yes, I know," tho CoiiUosms answered.
"She's a linendrapcr."
Madame C , who overheard every word
of the conversation, inquired in turn, loud enough
to be heard, and pointing wl'u her linger lo the
taught lady, "What do you cull that ?"
"It is Madame u'Asterislt."
"Ah! es, 1 know. Sne's n letter of lodgings.
We think of tuking her rooms next season."
In the very highest society the same pair of
gloves may not ho worn twice ; at least they must
never betray the slightest trace of having been
worn. Morning gloves, walking glsves, calling
gloves, evening glovos, must bo ever spotless,
fresh, and sew. Consequently the glover's bill
is one of the heaviest items of tho personal
budget. M. Murlt mart-hoi-.se states that a man
of fashion may easily spend eighteen thousand
francs, or seven hundred and twenty pounds a
year, m gloves. Those who have leva than seven
hundrtd a year must compromise the matter as
well ss they can.
Soon Hfior tho Lady Bianca Biancavllle dis
graced herself ihy a loreiuatcu with Mr. Nero
fcjSohody, I happened to dinu at a wealthy m .n
sion. Of course everybody had their word to say.
"Poor things!" o'iservpd a dowager by my
side, "they liaio only eight hundred a year be
tween them."
OI.ITEJfMH,
M "No more!" exclaimed tho lady of the homo.
JS "Win-that will nnlv into u,.,-v., ,,.... r.. ..l..UUJ
"It Is very lucky for me," I said, ' that it is not
Yet the fashion to dine in cloves : for I never h ol
f eight hundred a year, and most likely never
shall."
The fine folks present wore good evough not to
apptar shocked ut my bold contcssioA of glorn.
. . l,.ud ,iAv.-rtw Knt Knva 1, ,!- .........
y i.wiu i, mm fcui; v l nil null
With which we support other people's sorrows.
(i loves should lit liko a second skin, and be
Worn builoni d at the wrist. A French authority
(Alpboiis-0 Karr) tells you to take a gentleman's
nana witn your own uncloved, in token ol frank
f H' ss and sincerity; but to keep your glove on
f when you touch a lady 's is a nroof of the resnoct
with which jou regard her. Gloves also have
their court etiquette. If you are honored by tho
P. pe with an audience, Ids secret chamberlain,
Won ignore Jlorroiueo, begs you to take off your
gloves lietoro entering. "The Holy Father," ho
tells you, "like the Ilolv Communion, is ap
proached Only Willi ungloved hands." I sup
pose it was In obedience to a similar rule that
the lor cresses of old, ns Canidia and Sagaua,
took out their fa 'so teuih and look oil' th-ir false
hair before they set to work to raise the ghusw of
the dead.
The cravat merits more attention than Is oficn
bestowed upon it. It meets you fee to face
every lime you converse with a gentleman; you
cannot help observing it. It is the pedestal, as it
were, on which ihe whole of tho countcninte is
la-ed. An Ill-tied, wispcd-up, mnddled cravat
is enough to prejudice you against a ne
acquaintance. Of all our articles of clothing, it
is the only one which Is a proof of the weiirer's
rersonal taste and rkdl. V c draw on our slock
li gs we pull on our lioots, we slip on our coat,
a d we put on our hat ; but we are obliged to
adjust and t e our cravat. Stocks, with false and
ready-mudo I o, convenient enough for people
w,bo dress in a hurry, will be disdained by tho
really well-dressed man, almost as much us paper
ptiirr collars.
"Wh t hiivc yon got there ?" somebody asked
ef Druinmcll's vulot as ho let't his master's dressing-room
with a lingo bundle of crumpled white
travats under bis arm.
"Tin ie are our failures," be replied. "II ij
vilv we have su icceiieil at hist."
(To tit a cravat well requires patience, tact, n keen
perception of graceful form, nad great delicacy
' m n..r..l....la.l. ....... I. n.l.l. 4, a
VI iiiaiiiu wuvu viiii,iiivu Willi unciDiuu. OI
these days, I must shut myself up J'or a week In
itrict leclusion, to Improve and experiment la
the on ot tying a white cravat.
The ditleieutial aspects of the hat, at homo and
KbiOid, are noteworthy. With ns its principal
r jittn e in to cover tue ncan auu keep tt warm
V -fbl:h was why Hie eeloluated miller wore a white '
line, Llsewhero, indeed, the word count-chef iin
jliil the snme; besidos which, the bat is to tho
jj'eiitk nian what the fan ii lo the lady an imple
jik ot of coquetry, an aid to deportment, a means
i f ex r. ssing sentiment. A bat, ou the Contiuent,
li: s very hard and endless work to do. Your ha'.
cr wHi lecomiio n.l you one with a stitfbrlin iiur
tnhur, for bowing service i tor, remember, you
jiuist take your haiquiie olfyuur bead, to g.intlc
jm n ns well a to laiios, und of n even to inferi
ors, Under Bin of being considered innl e.Viv,
ill bred. Merely toueb.iig our hat aud nodding
Is far toouiuiiiur and unceremonious, except in
the cose i.f gn-at lutiinacv. To show how tho-
roughly ih 'imiuts you (not doing It by halves),
I tunc pi 0) le, who wear cups, w lil soi.e llie cover-
g by the arown, grasping it with the opun hand,
I and so remove It bodily.
' 60 UKtfui au urticle ijoyj iti privileges ; it Id
admitted to evening parties, and mmt not he laid
a-ide except for the purHsesof masical perform
ant e or taking refreshment. When, spe iking te
at'y in the street, you remove your bat, you
may not replac e it entll she tells yon. Not to
return a bow in kind is arrogant; not to return It
at ad is an Insult which may lea 1 to fa al tin
seqm mes. In a bank, on the Continent, it is Im
possible to Keep the bat on as wo do; in a
syrsgonne it is hreverent to take It oft". At tho
bat l.i of 1, -iik (8wtr.erlantl) you are limi ted
giaiist i sec ladus and gentlemen bathing to
gether In the Interior basin on the sole condition
of shu tlng the door a'ter you and taking on"
your hat. If you omit eitherf irm.s scor." ot v i s
will si. in all yen to older, ho much for tho
piibitr; the' bathers there are forbidden to
inter Into religions controversy t prohibition
which sei ins needless, as, practfcally, all are
Haptists
In seveial Northern an I German cpl'als,
when y u do obi Is ince l the screen to pissing
saisns, kings, grand dukes, or reigning serene
hlilmcs-ei and tnnpreneies, you are ex"tei
not to pan on yourself w hile you takn yoar hat
i If, but to stand -tock still until the aet of rovar-
lice is compleicd. Not to iluto the 1 ly al th
ii nnter, or the assembled rompanv, on entering
a cafe, rc tiuiraiit, cerele, esta nn.rt, or puliiic
rootn, is, in foreign parts generally, a very c.i;ii'.al
('mission.
N i' polcon I privately lectured a l'ret'et of the "ne
tor i nhitii! to ttie 1 uillerie- in a hiretl ca-riac ,1 in -t
he oetilv S'-oldcd a lady for appearing nefire
Ii m in a tires which he if courn.-.l as an old a--qmtintai.ec,
U'ktng her whether her hu-un.ls
I' ) as ni t s tlii ien- to buy a new gown. I . He
low iniiiii lo Con piegue or Font uncMcau lor
wick aic rxpietcd uevci to we ir the no m trn
n gor iviimg iiri'sa iwirc, wht Ii amounts lo
b nr ccn new lres-s for the v sit, a' lost; tor if
a bnly clioo-'C to wear three drones a dav, n ithing
is e.i-ii r tu in to liii'l opp iiluni I' S of iin Cayitig
tin in. hav tl a' a lady moving in h uh Paris an
soi icty can coii'nve to mana :o With the ve-y
no itci.'te iillowain c of only live new tlrcss. s per
wiikduriig a three moniiis' sca-mi, i' in ikts a
little total ot sixty dresses. Calculate ihe c .t of
these at miniiuum prhe, and it suit comci to a
I. caw amount ; reckon Hal a in kxttnu'n , and it
is i nouth lo imike a li ithschiol look grave.
'1 Be Swi iles, on tho t untrarv, not to,ug re'Ii, try
to ii ake a rcspei-tithle aopcar tuco bv a snmil ex
pindtttire. At the ball given at the Fx -hanri! of
M' kholm to the ro al I iiuilv, on the New Ye ir's
I ay, by the bourgeois'-, in which every trade is
n pie-fiite I, the rule l that all tho ladles, tho
qui en inciu led, uppe ir in lilack ; because every
tody is supposed to have the means of buying a
lili i k silk dies. A black silk dress, it is taken
for granted, is to be found in every citiuiness'
waidn lie. Colored nbtions, trimmings, thiwcrs,
tt'ji'hcis, atid jewels may be superadd- d mi it'n
timi. A lad v may put on at that hall ten iti iu
sniitl pounds' worth of diamonds, if she hive
thim ; I in a black top and skirt must bo the
groundwork of tlio wbolc.
I'll the same economies! principle, the maids of
honor and ladies in-waitmtr on the (Mean of
8 widen must diess in black when on duty (ex
cept on occasion of n wedding or a christotiing) j
when not in attendance, they may wear black, or
i;ol, as pleasis them best. Their distinctive
mark from other ladies is white satiu sleeves,
buried wi h black.
No one is fond of making calls. Cal's aro cer
tainly a great waste of time. Still, calling in u
be done, and, therefore, may as well lie don t
pn perly. 1 here aro a few members of society
whoso lime is valuable, and lully occupied
medical men, authors, lawyers, stitcsiuen
who, by n rebellious effort, emancipate them
selves, generally, from milking or p'ttlnunccalls.
'1 hey getihelr calling done by their wives, or leave
it undone.
I was once prTsent in a foreign capital w hen a
lady a British subject managed on some trill n
grounds to gel the llii'M h minister to call upon
her at her hotel. He eamea tentled. On discov
ering the slight Impoitanco of the case, he was
very still and curt, and on leaving slammed the
d or alter turn so loudly that everv one on tho
same lloor of the house could hear It. However
frivolous tho lady's pretext to induce him to come
might be, was bo ilbt iu cxpress.ng his opinion,
by slamming the door
In France no wedding-cards arc sent; but tho
parents of the bride and bridegroom distribute
letters of fnire part to such a wide circle to per
sons with whuinthoy have the slightest acquaint
ance that the object would appear to be less a
civility than a public advertisement of tho cir
cumstance. Thus people in business send letters
of fuire part to distant persons and customers
with whom they have merely business connec
tions. A quite sullicieiit acknowledgment of tho
attention is to return your own card by post in an
unsealed envelope. As soon as possnlo some
times only two or three days aflor the wedding,
the new man led couple call on the fiiends, be
ginning witli their nearest, relatives, with whom
they wish to live on terms of intimacy. Tho calls
are duly returned, and matters then settle down
into the regular routine whi.'h is suppised t
occur afur "the etui" of the third volmuu of a
fashionable novel.
A week is tho utmost limit for returning a
formal visit; to exceed it gives grcal otleiiso
M'hen General Uostolan, n s'.rl t disclpliiiaritu
succtcdi d the Duke of Kefgic as Commander in
Chief of the Fiench forces in Rome, ho called,
accompanied by hrs still, on each of tho five,
cardiuuls who then formed tho Providonal
Executive Committee.
Light days elapsed; not an Kmincnco stTrcl ;
the General awaited them In vain. On the ninth,
he sent them wont that if they did not ca I on
him in the course of the day he should feci him
self obliged, very much to bis regret, to assert
his own dimiity , and the respect due to his old ial
position, by sending a jii turtot tVot soldiers to
fetch them.
A trench jugc rfc pm, r other magis
trate, will call at your door with a knock as
unprt tending us the postman's. Violent tugging
at the bell is only permitted when tho Iwll won't
spi uk without it. A common inscription outside
oflice doors is, Entrcz sons fVoiiec, "Come in
without knockliiir." The drollest notice of the
kind ou record occurred during the first French
Republic. It inculcated the social o Uiility and
frau i n.ty of eveiy eiti.en, thus -.Irion tat In rl ti.
I'eirnez lu porte, s'i! rot's plait. 11 Here ppoplo are
addressed as thou and thee. Shut the door if
you p'eao."
, Whcn the perst n on whom you call Is absent,
or not visible, you leave your visitingtcard a
happy invention. It is usual to turn up the
corner or end ol the card when delivering it to
the servant; about the interpretation of which
mysterious fold learned doctors are no agreed.
.tjdfina says that, should there be daughters or
sisters n siding with the lady tailed on, It is done
to signify Unit the visit is meant for them also.
Mulli r's "Politesso Francnisu" informs us that it
its intended to show that the call was made in per
son. Pirhups, originully, it may li ivo been
meant as a proof that the ctl'er was not one of
those gtriitecl mendicants who sead in their c ir J,
and ask to bave it bark again, for fir it re use,
aitcr they have pocketed their hiili-i-ero vn.
As a curd may be substituted tor a call, calling
resolves Itself into three degrees of comparison
the superlative, when you call, enter llie house,
and pay your compliments personally ; the com
parative, when yon drlvi! to your f.lend'j door
end have your card wuhoiit quiit.ng your car
riage ; the positive, when you simply send your
card by the hands of a servant. A card is thus a
hi inter pa'hic call a call adinini-icied in its
niildtst form; it is the iulinitc-imal clement of
culling. The two iatt. r m ules are eouim m iu
Italy, and possllsly may have reached ns thence.
Young single ladies abroad are not allowed to
bare null pondt nt cards all to tliems tlvcs. Tm y
take their place ou their m..miua' family omni
bus curd, thus :
Mnitiimr el ilmlfiiwiscllr d' A IJ t '..
One particular c.ass of visits caino', on tho
conuiicut, be neglected or avoiile 1 ; u unciy, tliosd
of New Y ear's Day. A considerald w ide margin
(thocloseof the month) is allowed for paying
them; but the sooner they are paid the better.
The most respectful New Y ear s visits those, for
instance, to gruiidparents-aro made on tho eve
of the day. To intimate fr ends, or superiors, at
a distanie, you must write ; to tno-.e iu the same
town or near neighliorhood you ir.tit present
yourself personally ; to ull oibers, whether distant
or mar, you are oxpe "ted to send yourcirl by
post. It Is a troublesome eeienony.'bui it uil irds
a capital opportunity fur reconciling coolness ami
cliariiig up misunderstandings. "Tue obliga
tion," says Chateaubrliil,"underwhlehyoulivo,
ot receiving your neighbor on Nuir Year's day,
induces you to live on good terms with hltu
during the whole of the rest of the year, and thu
I t are and union of sot let v are thereby mma
t...ned." The theory is amiable ; is It borau out
by fucts ?
Visit of condolence aro terrible Inflictions to
both receiver und th'ir; but they uiuy bo made
less so by avoiding, as much as is consistent with
sympathy, any allusion to the past. The receiver
docs well to abstain from tears. A lady of my
acquaintance, who had lost her husband, was
receiving such a visit in her best crape. (She
wept profusely for some time upon tho best of
broad-hemmed cambric handkerchiefs, und then,
turning to her visitors, said: "1 am sure you
w ill be glad to bcur that Mr. U has left me
most comfortably prciiJcd for."
In a similar spirit, M. Boitard advlios, In his
"Manual Illustre de la Ilonuu Compagnie :" "At
a visit after a Uttre dts fair part, you should bo
abis to arrasgc your iuiintc:,ante as well us your
dressi ....
"After a funeral bft very sorrowfnl In the pre
sence of an bclr who has lnher"eJ a lnrgo pro
peity. t-P' uk warmly lu pr.iitn. of the Uo.uua's
vuti.es. You will bo rii.loiiu,t assisiauoa to tUe
her. by playinf the hypocrite itt his strati.
"But If your friend has lost a relative who did
not lcute Liui a sous, talk of the opura, tho Dal
Mnbitlu, the iabl now ov, wilhoittawordnbuut
the ileu .. Y'ou will save your bust thu
trouble ol pretuudiug to be overwhelmed by dop
aililetion." .,.,..,.)
HELMB OLD'S REMEDIES.
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HUM fptnil, Wilt or iwtanf)riHt,noiiuotKtMun44
or tipenrti oooiptuloljt supariMUni thoM tmyltavml and
dayermi ro Juu, Copaita and Memu f, ta all thon
dlteasos.
UHI5 IIKIMIIOI.U'S
1LUID EXTIUCT BUCIIU
In ad plititei of Die I'rliiii-v Oriisns, w hetlior ciliUnf la
Jai"or "Path!," rem vtiottrtr cauH triginaiitlf,
and na mailar of Ai long ilaaiiing. It ta plouaat ta
tsito and tint, "hnmtdialt" tti aciuit, auil aiur
lrMitl.ealTi an an j ol fts rrepsrstioM of H'tri or Iran.
Tlivte ufTcihn from hmlm Dvm or DJ.ttatt Vantruu
Mi ni, jiroturs U. HrmKly altntli
Tks nulw man bo awar thai, koweviv sUtt marks
tlit attack of tii abuvs lUnusos, ft Is wruua V anoot Ms
tod4!y IJmUH, Mt!al futctrt, liapriw, and kU rot
ttrlt,. ruiiiiouss rLBASE oner..
WE MAKE N08BC11KT OF IN(iKEDiliSiT8.
KKLUBOIJ) a FLUID tITEACI DUCHU
Is enmrsMd of fwkm, Otdtti, and Juniper BtrrUi, ta
loetcd vtth m r aad. prooatMi In vaovo lj II. T.
ri01JlJKLD,DrDSEM aad Miniil of sUI war oars' o
porioiit ks ttts tMt tt rUladcViia, aod urw proiwrHstd
bj hs MtisSoulBaat si ttt AMmlty, and bavs boon a4
nm to am In tb Perth) Btatos Ann, and ar also ta
vory (rsural ui In Bum Uui pHals aud utUe Sankarr
Iatluioas throttsbont the WuA. MskIIcums daiivueil
to ur ifltlrxs. tixjaMlid Uy oaUOt diMollous. Ubeot
IMMM t
BKLKUOtD'l Uni( aoa Chemical WarohonM,
, So, 504 Broadway, New Tork,
Or IliCLMUOI.U'a Itsdkial Dspot,
'4
ha. 0 a. Vonlh stroot, Hia.ilcltaaa.
, Bwats if couttturfMtf .- Ask tbr IimtDOLO 8, au
take no othos.
OfCM otb from f o'ttock A. M. to 8 P. H.
XI. W. R. MFTlWTTf & CO. '8 COLUMiqrOIl
oMrtMTKiitn mov roots, bark.avd uwm
CHr.HOKEB HFMIPT,
run' utkl tflftntvi of th
urtnr orgn. itirh tn
mntiurnr cf th t'rln,
I -i fl (m stuon nf tht B4i1 Wic,
I'trifinnnniion of th K id
n . Msinv m tlm li;4(1fr,
NUVlura, Urel, uWrt
tfonntrts-t , und ) wpr4
aliy rrcommi'ndrt In Uii
f'i ot t it'r AHu ("f
liltf In ftniot) wher
U th old nM.iiii tucUi
ruii ln?f fl"l.
1)
MM MV W MM
MM M4 I14 MM
JM XM MM MM
MM MM U1 MM
MM M M M M V M
1MM MM M M MM
MM bIMMM MM
MM MMMM MM
MM M M M M MM
MM MMM MM
Tt Ii rfT'rml In ii hltrMf
rnrsntTdtf d form, tlm tlo
nly N'llitT from nnc to two trsV
t(nHnriii iut3 uui' p- .t?.
It It iMitftlC nnl tr(ivr
tli 11 ctitri; piirtfjlnjr and
c)tnali; the hlool, rtitiint
It to How in It or nil
prrTHT nrl Ti((ir ; thtu remo
vini (t mi th yt"tri ' 1 (ior
n'f ion cuisj wuieli li tn
lu ceO dlaetue.
t U 11!
rtj
a:
CO
cc rr.
I'C cu
fin :
OTIKROKKK IVJFdU
TIi1 U lnwmdv.1 tn mUf
r ftatftlrunt t-i tiiOi'HKKO
KKK Hi MKIY, kji.1 sitiir4
lp tiHotl tu raQintH''Vin Willi
Ihiit iDftllnn In All c 4t
O.tn.irTtiitii, lret, K'hat
AHuii m Whit. It tilteLi
i h'lt''K, iKVtfh'nr, jd
fVin'ihont; r"rnOlnr H
rn tltiu hct, chrU, uiil
put li. Initrft'l of lii tiiitmrni
Mul vlrnt'ist tinrnstsirtWi r )n
V l L rxn'n4'i',-it tth
tit nrf all ti Ot.i 4Uck,
JijrcUofi.
r'.KKhKKi&K
r if.
I'.VKKti
k.iri
y k.
Ftr tti M th rilltO.
KKK KKMMV an ( IIK
lii IK K K IS.IKOI ION th
ts.i mrilfcint At th i.amio
Hint Ail tinprt-p-r rtn
cliArk't'd Arc rfinow.'.l, tn tin
WfKnn I -riitn r 'im1
iu rf-t-'ft-il it full Ik r and
K-r ftl' pniI'MiIuM ij"t "'if
pmiiili.vi fr-.in ilnm
n l r til tu' o. -ii 1 1 1 rr , r
VvfltC UH. Hlil ft ILJ iwaA
(Iff 11 AitJT AlItl'lMB (Ull
ilKtal-M.
in,
liti
mi
llll
mi
mi
ninnni mmmi
MlltHll lllllirtll
I'M li.l
ti mi
nn mi
lilJ 1U1
u:tfrt..M fnif ft.r Hji.irtin-
t. rr '
' fll I,
1 Fi-i!
I'J CltU
- t, ctiil
I Or
fnfIU.li!M
MMI 1 I J 1
ii nn
nil nn
I'D
ni m
Ml 1 U
ni.ini-TMi;
niM-iMU'i
p-liM'nm, m h - of
Nli mm v. I nivcr!l Vi--l-tu
if, Pin in t,i. I nk,
I'ltiittc-t. ot M--ii, I'r.'i-iA-hiif
A. c, -n Ntm-,
Iii1 - itiiy nf l r:tfniiit,
T i' in Niii tf. Win wjIih gs,
1 rn ni .t'ti-s n tlm Km v. I n
('itiiifii:Liicf, liwuiiMy. ('tn-
umptl n. tu ) nJ' 'f r'.l'n'Mil
f Ji l' mJ.t" i (tu Ht'i fc li i.tatt
lri(i tnmi V i'AUi t.f UAtute.
Th' m1lc,"n It n sj'rnpto
Tts .'tiili ar.ict, nnil cm
nnwhti ti Ail i nn rcir. m it
hi boon mod in our i: ,xo
tlcfl for itiNiriT yf.in, And
wi.li tti-'ii-t itU tr--All-1, It
hn not f.ttiod In a ts.ru'la
Lntnr. lu onrAtlvA pow
er in vo In en niKin'i.'iit in
n-in vl. t'n v i-Tor ilio ta t
t(jiitvt.rn
I o tho' w ho htiT-1 trtil -tl
v ith L ir C'ttiitiniti .nii umtl
Lhi'.v tliltik tlx 'tU!oivtt ho
3i!ifl tin ri'fi'h nf tncilicil
i.l, wo would -,iv I F 4 1 ' A I K
NOL! tho ("ilKHOKKK
CUKK will nst..ru mi t.i
htAith nri'l U'or. Atid utier
ull tutt-. Jociuit hvo lAiii'd.
p K
I'K
KKFR
I I I.K
KM
V. K
yKvrrrr.rv,
vlaKrr.l.KK
Ml. WRIOHTS IIBJTJ
VKNAT1NO H.IMIi; r,
Ktfst'iuo ! l-lftV lr-tieU
Irom pur it.'ih!ri K
trHcff, C'intAiiiii rf noiv!ni
itmuii u tu tiie lut-st dfil-
Tho k- 'nrrrAtlnar VHxtr
tH t'.A TI (ll tll-Ml.Tft
dl-srov t" U tt In V fi 't.ot
tilti K,tinlim i I": ii nt nil
ntltil iii'w.nnd njMr"it
nifili.-d t.l ciir'. It ?-
titfof nil the old sUtd Wolil-
ITU
mi
mi
mi
mi
Mil
nu
Otit lyntt'iui.
hftnn
(ult'd I'V t'i lilO'l tiili-
titMit m.dicMi nicoi of the
il.tv, mil by tin-la (iro
ri ju need trt In1 ono of t)i
ItrenH ' mrdicAl disooverio
v( 'lu .,-.
Onn to tlo will ur O ne
rl Mi'hiWy.
A tw d.-o cure Uviti-rlci
Ui UI
One tiottl rtirtM palpHA
tlon of Hi ll Art.
A iww iIimoi rcstor tli
RRIiKRKKUK
lihi:UKKl;hIl
KKR KKK
l.'KK KKU
K Hit Tt UK
lOtltKKKKKIl
KKK KHR
l.UH KliTt
KKK KKK
KKK
ItK It OTvnnn of wciirrnti'fri.
I- foia mm to tiircrt ii t
tle rrlore tho iuadII
IIi'h Aud fiui vlir of
yuutb.
doiec rostor Um
A tow
pn.Mlto,
1 lirt'B botflf rare the wortt
CAKC ol IropotoncT.
A fi-w dose cuietti low
p1rli4.
Out) ti .ttla rostorot mm
tAl pnw tr.
A H-w d -no bring tli roi
to tht- chcuk.
'1 hi tut'dlHn rttorm
to iiiaiiI vikjor And rii4
hfUli tt lHK.r (t'hiU-Utts-d.
worn df.wii. And du
p Air ni dovutMj of on mul
pleui.
'ilIClJiX1
i: on
CO
c' on
THIS rr.TVIlt enrt ITri-
toflA.llt'imiAl Jli-hlinjr, j'Al-
fiitritlon H tho U''rt, And
tHiiotnf'p. It rt)f.tor' nmn
Ut power and the itpintlin,
nil rmiistr th rn to mount
tit ch.-clt (kf pkilor, nd th
ilt'hifif mod man or woman
to feul vinroNM and rriiii;,
tt? yoiin; and amh'',ioii
blond t ctximo UitohKli
CM-ry viln, th novvoi to
licuiii Strom, and Uie tlroa
ot no lift uudviirorUi ra
aiiinritw the entlrn body,
lMiU-:iri ar up iho ronitltiMl.m,
rt itorinir 'oy and U'tj to uiny
a bid and dAtoacd Qiuardo.
oorvn
fiOUOt
fxiO
f'OU
t K lO
IMM
0"0
KU lO
OiH)
OOl)
Oi U
(U)0
OOOOI H)
CHKItOKRR PIM.HI
Mi l.AU ( OA'l l
rHMAl.K RK.f.l I.AlOlt,
IIKAI.Ifl PKK.SKkVKR,
t KIM A1S AND HAI K.
For th JtrmjJ of (rti
trurUonH, and th lnur
aiic ol KfT)lrliy In th
Kernrrvnr uf Um Monti il"
Perloil.
1 hi-y core r obvlstto tho
munernut ll-fc thnt
pprlrif Irom lrrf,ti)srllv, hy
rvinovintt 1 h) UTfi'mi K y
Th.'y cur Vii'iprHiil,
f.Trossive, and I amiul atuu
aii'iaiion
Th i-iir (Iraon Hi. k
Aois ;Ch rotli)
Tlo euro Korroiin and
Pinna I Anna on ruin In
th-. Ita A and lowor iart
ttf tin Itixly, I lrat i-(,
rallui on Hd'il l-.vfriiuii,
P lUiihillttil ol ttio l m t,
Lwni of Hplri!, Ilvs e
na, ctu-k H-iu,-ho, i.i.i 11
tioni, &v., tk'. In A word,
liv ronin lnf ttLMlrrocutrirlt v,
t'-fv i'ohiovb the cai.no, and
null It all the eitoct Uiat
f pruig irom it.
KK Ktv
KK KK.
KK Ka
KK. KK.
KK KK
h K ILK
KK KK
KK K R
KK UK
KK KK
Kit KK
Tom 0.11 of Almn'a v.
table cxtiactn, ttn-y contain
nothing dflrt'Tif ui tu ai y
coii'.titulJoii, hnwtivtr dt-ll-catf.tlulr
fiincM'.u bchiK to
luhhtitutc trt;iiftli for vr ul-Ct't-.
l,irh, wtun Drouily
u-i-d. tboy ii!ver mil 10 do.
1 hv may bo alt-iy n'd
at any und 4t anvj eilud,
ft i-4 during ft fn ti tm e
fi,tif(lt$ duruiR which thu
tinUillnti ntutt- nt llivlr c
thm wuyld Uiit hbly in
ar pregnancy.
FKKKFFFEKI?
y'Kt.fcLLlt
.K
ric
l K CF.K
KK
sn
NN
KN
!IN
SU
NH
N N
N M
s N
NS
NN
N N
N.
N
N S
NN
N V
NH
KM
N N N N
KNM
Pi of tho f'r.ori.Vei
M I in -' 7.iosue KHIU4
l , f J a Ix'ttia, or hothv
t i i 'ho..ik' o in :i..ti
1 a b"Ui, or U hmt ch oi
$.'.. t iier )kte Curt, a
boltk, oi it bo'tu lor
li sViihi Kh.ur, $1 a
b-.'tlo. o, A Lo't.e for hs.
to- roVo fill. fr ftnle:i,
$1 a Ui, or li lnJXOs for to.
gj.fc.h.l.hr.i.t--.
U therilKltOKKF. MF.M
riiu, tbo uiilottunui will
find a day of dollvi-rant
fr. ro f ull. rink und paiu r
day il l iiiiid and Ktorloun,
Jn'ii lh'V shall DO W il,,f
utlttr witluoit cotion or
rep-'.o, ,rr thrnnch mor
eennry i)uiw'k itr tbe 1 UI
cin jol iuuvoui prcpsua
Unh. 'i I "f'horokeeVwtbinfi'
a-H-" mabli tlir rauaoiu
Uiulr iiiiaiii.iatiou. An
iiiMiic'pa'nii an gi'. at.io ad
uiiikhia, and t pn'IIHc of
uiiK '-roi ntu.il. 1 l:ii- trli-ciiif-.
y ill prwve, In any and
vJ:v cau, faMhiul and
nrVir-lttlliliK filfcisiU lU lb
Li:r.r:nuiUiiifci
KK
I r
r.r.i.i.u
KV.
KK
KKKKKF.FKKK
r.Ki.r.r.hKLl.)
WHiail the f'HKUO-
tuui vl UtvU.
KKK MKj'(ISj4H hv ii
VriA M-xuipt tUe (rimroVo
Kill, tlo-- aieaent bv tunJl,
frveolpoUUs'H), on rwflpi oi
Iriiv, to anv fart of the eiv
rod world, sjiir'lypri-h-d,
In Hurti a manner that no
nwt throOKh whoie baud
h.y uiuy pti yvuuid know
tit non i wot a.
L.i.lu a r 'i iiiloiiirn ran
arlilrwk li in BjMt:t fooD-
iWiicf, and wo will lu all
i a sail iriuikly uiwvr thair
Ff rp.vr ni'H
r KKK tu h
KK
V.
KKKFK
r Kri'-JL
KK
KK
ki r.i'.rpiTKB
KKKJ Ki.l".KV,
kttttrb.Aiid Kvur oiUii n
Tb" ( JIKROKKK JdKlH-ori-u.hiiidit.idual.-aj.e. W
CI S t S ui v old i' ult iiiU'r- f. ta rlbti UO Uiliierai.
Lrisuif. ilrumfioi in ihorivi-
Ii.mI h.tiI. hfiiio uitpr.n-isJi-kil
iliHlori, buwvr.try
to H l Wo.'ihU t CULUfcrsjUiMl
in j im't i'f th-.n' Ui.M
wl.kli Uiy ran act at a
rSH HA
-! KH
i
S4
a Stan
ii,h pntc,
p priCC, ikUU lilahl' til- I'll
I'Oi by tKilij.ft ll.nn Uny
ttn on thu t;i.KtiKKa
Ml 1 H INtV t. Au Noii v ah
j-itur tuailn ao, tlx nultk
Oi your Ml-pnniy- do m. bu
tUciMv't'd by ituoh onpr'a
ripWd di n.'Mtn. Aa lor
Tiit.B MMuomar, auu
taa nuothtr.
Paiu mit alclroKhfg n i.k" write ?. it
Coding, tk f, au i ut wlilu1lHliit a,d Uitlw iMl-ae.-'na
p Ut tv iy.
Ut'i iTiiMitta ill sot buy thm r yoa,nitkt ui
gnu wnliivntl Utfciii iu bv luxpr, Karn ad
dn a-hii iis t.houLl s.alu tin Uiooaii aiid yinpMiOsi. and,
(rl p ,r(.'ruui u ir aid tu (hvii Ciihii. Wa hai a4 ui
su. m. oi" a . i..uAi' i.aLii: lu liaU' or ft malt.
I u'wuV- li tr at duuii.'a ttl v' liraltata bana
Ot tl w HitU ;ny lo Vlr.lt n. u lxa lnUd aucia
fuih tinutsi ui ftd Kusin of th eAvu.aoa aUb.
H wuh u onr1 evvry rade erf Uil pp(T cor Uarty-
,Ai i. .tin f ;-t r.
Ad Ir atl it'M und Tr. In Tf W. R VrgTrUT A
Ct., . 1 T Hu"t hw tot
rt.';d ikit ntf ! tyoit h ro. ,
1lIII.PVI,rHIA( WILMINGTON, AND
HAU'IMORE RAM RAT.
TIMK TRI.R
OommsMirlnf MONl v . frenilfr 19. lfi. Trttin will
ri iHp .t. t.srnrr IIKUAI) M.r. a and WaHUlNttroM
Atkpo, a tollo
l'prf 'Iratn at 4 nt 'A M. (Monday aintrd Mr
Pinmire and Vt 'Hhi niton, aioppln; at Wtlmintn,
Tvrry villa, Havre d Ura , Alrdmn, Perryman , and
MarmoIia.
vi v MttlTram at "l'A M ciin-1rtv noptri1 fir
ItAlnnia n . i' ri'h n at ill rv a;ii rr nation r .niiectint wlih
I fluwaif Rtilioari at V ilnuiittton tor Mil ord, rtaliahiiry,
and littinnriliti' tati-n
Kxpie ' ram at t l.'i P. M (Munftvi nrrptfd for II -Itinoit'
ami WtfhiiuMon, tnipi k at 'hosier, n'thaiattton,
i iMon, T tt tll. anr linvri- ilt ura..
f iprcR Tram a it X) P M. riinln cx'eptf1) ffr BaK
tittiotr and V'Mhiri,it.n nlopplnf at W i Irqi'I t-n Nf wtk,
r Ikion, N-rth y t, pi-rrvvihe, lUvrn d tsrace, IVitt -rnnri'n,
aini M igtK.iia.
Nijitit P-vpn ia at 11 S P. M for ItA'ilnvir an I
alnntton. npplnit al ( npvi'r (only t tHk ItaMini in
ana Aahm!tin p i-f lur r--1 WHntiiKton, N-wark, KJa
Ion. Not til Kl, l.'i rv Uh. and lln rr do ilrtt.
fa.'-t-iiK' ri lor lrtr-n Mfiirot' n ill tak lie S li A . M.
Ti am .
ArrrMM'HATnN TRAINS
Htopfdng at alt'aiaitnn b.-use n r li.ia.lolpiiia andWil
m Btton,
l.aavo PhtUrT.dpMa At It A M , I, Ml an 4 1 IV M
Tin- 4 P. M . I r 1 1 Tl i'inti' In with Ih'UWrtr UiltoJ ( r
M it f.i d n i d inf f rair-.liii- f vl tu
I rav iMiiiiir-i.tii at . V, and to A. M 3 W, and 6 0
P. U.
TIHtOrci! TRAlm FROM MM.TIMOUR
lavr W iinirK ai VJ M , I t s u, and l I. T.
t 'Hr "IKK Ft H( I'HI i. nr.l.rili .
1 cavo ( b.-in ai h I.', 1'H A. IK, 1j , .U , I'M, 7
and 4 w P. M.
H SHAY T R I N
Fprrs Trnln at t'.A M r. r Kal'l'ivo-o nnl H'n.v
p nt- ii, mo!-, miv f ft'i iMiiisfon, r. r v villi, llne tf
i .i lire. A if r n , I'l-rri in.ui and M tt noii.i .
Kis.i,t f pn'- At ll hl'.M. tor i. iltmioie An Wa)i-ImM-ii.
(tlociittih ;ii I'll--"!' r (tiT lil'im .it. h.m v'alrn:
tin paBiM;.rrni. H i niini.li m, Srwaik, KU ion, H nth -
tt-t Forty itf-, an I H tvr- do t ir .to.
.. inii"ioitaiitfii I rai l at bW'..l. t r WllmitK'to'i .in I
Waj Mall
it w iImi'u; f u i')iir.AiKi.rinA.
s
' I
t li.il ihi ?r at 0 M'. M ,tO'iMik at Mavrf d
I'itihI Ir, Aiitl Yt i mill. 'On. A itojn at KIH
il Ni-wai k ( lo t - p-t lu-t'ii lor I'h 'n.i-i ,.!'. ,in
pa-am.n c r t V ah:r mttt or Ka tun i . and
r to loavo pae1l. ir mi KAltun -ro or W.u:i
1 no Wiinrnk'it n fo- Pniiar'o'irA
r lOM I. l,l I MOiIi; i" I'lili
i t :d I. Ai.
AUKl.l'.n A.
i i. I I - r vt
M., KprKi
!.M IU!linnl. s.'.A. M.,Wn Mi
rs. I" M., Way I rami i. .i P.
1" M , Hxpron.
I R I NW FR U '. ! I M
Lorn s i ' fsti r nt A l . I Aland
I i C 1 1 m iu ti ll al i 1 , t ) . M ,
, f - .vnd U 5
r II .
r li'T t Train v Ith n ;.t Car n't it-Mod will 1-mv,
W Mini i I. n lor I'orr) 1 IP .iiil tni'-nut'iLuU' M:.iUoin At
l M.
U :0 ll.F KKSNKYti'lcriiitt-iiJ.-iit
S wmraT & PITDALL '5
a,T it
C ,.r,. f
PrTWwpw FFOTST A5D WONI) JTrtr
0. . W KIltHT. v. H. nnMIAii,
DUUQGI8T sTT U T S I C I A N 8,
OKNVmAls 1UK1 KKK.VKRrt,
Can rind at ouxi. bhahinont a full amirtciintiisf Iimprwt)
and Iomeiif lrnK. Popular Patont Mi'dl-'tniw, Tahifca.
t'tMtl Oil, Window t.lAMfi, l'r-f rlptlon Vial, .to., at A low
ptUc a k ntitne nrkt-rla irmil can b noliL
FINK KHKN'TlAb OIKM
For OsittiVrtlonri. lo ftill variety, and of th heat qnaHty
Cochlno.t, Beiiual lndtRe, MadT, 1'iit Anil, thidhoa,
R.ta Aali, Alnni.ttll nf Vitriol, AnnaUo, Copponu, KMtraol
if IxKwnod, Ac, FOR 1YF.US' uao, alwayi on hand, at
Wut Hut Clh prct
PHRK Hl'It'KS POR FAMILY !Kt
(rouud a pre nly tor our mhr and to wbioh w lnvlt
tb attention of Ihono In want of rolmiito arl-tA.
Alio, IM'IUV. .v TAKCJ. Ml -STARDa J., of wrr
Onlrr by mall, or rtty noit, will mart with immjt at
Win lor, or ipvi'iul iiaotntttK-.i win be fnrnlahud wtHia r
ytaird. WRTQIIT A HTlr ATjTj,
WlrOlfnale Iinnt Warobnn,
Jall lJ No. U! MAllktr ttUtittt.alwiT rfiiot.
F.
1 it o w rs m
AUTI-PYSPEPTU POWDER,
An m)ent (irovMiUr, Su- thai oust iltstrctstn eonipUhn
DYSl'Kl'SIA.
In iiuiot cues of long tnaiUni ft Lssstirdi1 truly wno
dsrtal rMa.
IT IS rUKKLT VEriT.rACI.R.
rnHl-AKKU C11M.Y T
I'KKDKltlOK IJKOWN,
Drvirlit anS Ohmlit,
K.r. Cur. I'OTll AMU (JUttSNTTT ITS.,
rttfladulvtiU,
It l'Sl Ana fur ult hj OrunljU giiirlks.
JUJltesOJNAl-i.
till. lll.MtI.lf8 JlUliKltl i
rsrr'y tmpiirti'il FRENCH FF1MAT.B t.HUTtfnt1 Pfl.t,,
wiinl,.l In all 1's.ra. Mr,. I.'HARI.KS H U ilKU r, Ob-
enl PhjriiK-iin. Fntrmici. null nnKi.! lrlvsii for
LliLius. Apiil- u Uio U'iUMC HUIIU 111 OK,
No. 1019 CO 4TI 1H HTBEKT,
H it -m WastofTuiitk.
WKAll'II
BKAl 1 V.
JIKALTJI, AND
Tf fn rain admlrlni: -yo :
Ii to oau mv iohmih -iuia ;
U to b a h loom It ik rlowor,
radmif, dylnn ui au hour TImautt I
If to have a hit nf friend ;
If for lot to ma aniiMid ;
If with liV" boru blood to wed;
If a martin ton vha dvad-WaALfut
If to Mvi thrfoacore and ton,
TV'tialrit Ui a lomi aaiu ;
11 10 live a liio oi pcanu;
Jf to cle and no to irtaj TlMAi.Tit I
If yon wisb a life of pVftri;
If yoH vaiuo tan world trf re ;
If oT.-ry iMiin'iot yon would u1,
TaXr iuj iidvlco, and wbb mil thrtt.
Tboti, having lloalti, Woa'Ui, and BniHity
Tou 11 be propdiad lor eviry dtitr.
arcl pontal of Dr. WILLIAM YOUMG'S Mw
, 1 UK MAP.KI A IK i.l'IHK. vbn h ahou'd b r.aJ
rv en Hold by hookiti'iltra Kfiraltif and al ttt
r Oilioa, So. .'-lu rtPUUt-H aTiU-tf; i nasi ft
Py
P.K'k
I"H'I
AMAIUTANS ri ltR.
hamaiii i - vh i'i:r..
S l.M UI I' - N H l'l! LK.
HAMAIII I A M I'llllK.
HAM .HI I AM H IIMIK.
HAM AHITAN'H I'CI K
HA .11 AID I S'S ri'HK.
SA.VAItl I AN S l'l I K.
h n a I 1 1 iv s ri i:k.
HtMAIIITAM K I'l'lll'.
Tin-only mir nt il .nf, n-ineilv Iwr iluntiorrlin a. tllirl.
Hirtc-uio, li- ('uri'n Hi alt caii-n la Irotu iwii Ui ,ix
lltt'H.
1'nci' I'.' JJ sic or rciiiaie-.i'"ityniaii.
l O l T .1 CO., S .Is Ant nil
flAM AItl I A a I t KK.
SaM MTI'AN K I'llllK.
HA M A KI'l'A SM C IKK.
HAMAIIIT .NH(1 I, I..
H l M A KIT A VA ITItt.
S-MaIII AN' I'I'hK.
H A Vt AltlT A NH IH UK.
HA.M.MIITAII U Ci'KL.
H A M A III IIS I'l'HK.
TIIE i!!l"AT SI'M'ini: uK HM IHT l'l i!.t:s,
Hemlnai w. ki..n. llnumrii'i a, i .;-', Ac.
K.j. h lioi r.'Mial' , JO rill., mid mill nut: in liuul two to
la tl.iv s. l'r li-1 ii.
II Im alio icilatii to roore lone auu imwer to moss wtm
m ili 1m ll-iiil I.. PMiiii or uiiv ullii'r I'M!" . a.iU will
ri'l r u-l In lul1 viyor nt y.n.lli. i lii-il thu Till ar" -iivil
III. ul llie iuiccH. ti. In limsc. c :, one l-lll liirta iiuiva
1 V .
Hi ni by mall )
0. I'i:l"i: lioiri, Pmpii. lo-,
lUiT I I'l'll tH'l.'S.
foleAi-niU, Ultil'l A I'll.,
No. i.iJ N. aaii DMi .Siimiu
1W mis aud s.k for
K IMAKI I AN' CI'ISIC.
HAMAUI I AN H CIIKk.
HAMAKI1 AN " I I'HK.
SAM UtlT.lV C'l'nlO.
ham Mil i an i rem;.
HA VAklTA.N H CI' UK.
HAM V ni l A fc S CI'HK.
HA MAUI TAN 8 CI KK.
HAMAHITAN'l I 1 HI'..
HAMAKITAN'g I'llltK.
HYHI'l' 1H Itll I1KI. HVIIIIH IK RH-OliK.
KVIliT I'k, Kit Oliil. HS Ul l Ml Kll'l-lin.
M Ul l' lit. Kll'liki), HI III I' I'K III 'Ollll.
111 1' liK III' OKI. KVl:l!' I'K ICII'(-lll),
Mill I' hL IJ' Ollll. HYHI'l' UK KIIOKI1.
Hilll'l' 1 t lijl'i'l:!'. HYhl I' 111; l.ll Dl.K.
HVKIIP IR hlCllllll.
H Kl l' I'K l: Ii OHI".
HV.il ! I'K Iin "KI-.
HI lllll' I'K llll'iililt.
HYKl 1- l'r. IIH'llHIi.
SYi;rp fK itirmtii. MYitri" iik. kii'omi.
HYI.I T I'K lill.'Cllll. 8YKI I" I'K illi'iillli.
HYHI'l' I F. fill dllK. HVIiltp IIK Ill 'Ol.n.
HI I. I I' I'K KKl'til! .Sill I I' I'K lillllJIlH.
A i'rtjin uri- lor all forms" Ti nrrvnl Di.t'ainl. F.ti'
luihc r n.'opiau lispliaU, auil tu. arm a throng n.ui
l.uroi snu America.
1 hi. iiri.a'a'l n liAanoe.,aa1 as aa rsillrator ef llt
foniK.I fll.uaiif. abil KirciillliiiKlSuii..nHtltiiili'n ftnarallv,
llivM turn al H.irt-u rit ul a. ''mil. t t. I flt'-M. or ajl V
ami'liuiia, t.u luatit'i fruiu wi.a- cauac or Iww lung- alrjikl-
IHk'
I rui tl per kottla.
Aolp Avfnta,
sol" Awnt,
Sols A, aula,
Hani to any atlilrsa.
CHllCE HOSB.Propriato.
UTtirr riK
I'Yo r r a ro.
iiwrrri.
No. f-J N. HKCllM Hlr..l.
11 IS SI
(SK.-t-run at.ki.puia sonoKONtj"
t.t f AVI Ai.B msTlTlTF.. u. 14 Until
JC-" .'lN fH Kfwl. ' Kupr'
rs 'lf tiv 'wil by II (. r.Kl.'i l H rremllla Pitlcili
.i ai1u..l'a lraitairo Iriiit. !up.t"t KjuaLlo Bttls,
K'wUr vtocYttts Hui-i-or us. I'iitt.af Lrba, Nium.
IO'Im IVlltrKn. i
l,la..U(1.il.Kn B.fl FVfBtCT. saynif
Tl ArNKW,LlNliNKsa,ANDrATAr,RH.
J I --J ISAACS, M. I) ,Pr. U.ur ol Kr na or,
aala all iuaii aprttrtmnlas te thr lihovr ni-aa ; w it
ton itui iviiiw. Va.UaM-'B'aia ttom Ui ui r)lo4
l..lo.i iiUiiiii cam ba ana ai loa tUlH, M. WUrsil
Smm TkaM.St'al Kacallyaia iamW l icoujui
IU tatisASiali IMS asisoraU Ui tu iWMIIax. W-Stl
ABRAWOKMRm OF lOi?
lOIW. tlKW OHK M .K. I''H.
Tl-a llamrl anS Ami- anil Ph'la'Vlk'A aurl Ty.mm
WUroarl Oi uitaaiaa l.ian frvat I'lulaitauiliio a Ham Tort
AnS Waj rta-ra
Fans WAI.Snrr KTRKKT WHARF,
win Imii aa rotliiwa, u. rasa
At s A M , via r.'amdii And AmlKr, 0. ItiS A. Aa-
waimiMlattoii tt W
An a. M , via itamilMi and Jmri (Xr. M.isalna-
arvca r
Ain ai'M , via .l.'mJm anS Ainly, U aouA.Ao-
eorrm dallnn
All P.M. vlacarndan and Auiuoy, c. anS A I-
pr.a
At II P M .vla Ca'ni'.iii anil AmhiV.' AorVin'aw'
Sail. rl,lu anil Faa'rtNri
Al t F M ., via rantiliHi and Anilww, ArA.wnma.la.loii
(Fnnanl antl I'aaaanjr'-rJ lat I laai rakel
J.t l inn, ii..
All I. P. M.. via t'aitMliMi am auNit Arf'-uniiMtai-
llt.i; (Fn.i,-lil ainl I'ata. iia, t), lit Olaaa Ilokal....
til i '.ap do
Fur llulvliion, Kaaton, I ainiiorlvllla. Fiw'n asli'in.
tt
III
1 1
I'M
T
I'M
l
l-4)
I.r Laninarlvl'la anil Inlrrmrolato K'tlon. M IF M
For M.-uiiti Holly. Kvanavt.la, IVmhorlon, aud Vlnoaa
tov. n. at a A. M., 1 attil h 1' M .
I or Krrol'oltl al A. M. and P.M.
F"f Palmyra, Klvrrl..n, I'ulanco, llavirlv, R.lcwat,,
ttiw H ir. Flxranon, ItM'iliitt'wn. A.. al S an 1 in A
M.. IS . V . anil IU, I' M. 1 li i . and j P. M. Unas
mn tilriH thrt" irl twTituroil.
P .T Pilmtra, llivi-rloti. Injaneo, Rovartj, ant nurllw-
ii ii J r m
I.INKH FK'M KF.NSISllTOX DF.l-OT CJ
Will Iravr tut . w.
Al II II A l ., via K.nilntt.i and Joriry I lly Ha-P'-
At I I. M., via Kefi.lnfcioli ai.tl J.-r.uy l'l.y(Ka
I IS
04
l rs
At r. ti, p. fci. , via I'.fii.in.mn an. I Jar.vy Clly,
r ..I in, i- i rtlui H W 1 oIK I.Jt til a.
At 13 r. i. nil. va F .ti-lnxlon anil J. rn-f ttllv,
H u.Mnt'.n ami n.-v. lort 9 11
Tl-at. l.i P.M. Llie v.111 mn rtlly. All u In r .Hnmlay
ax ci''' il
For lliifttlo, li'inklrk. K'"l', I'Vaca Owi,. Il.,-'.r.
trr, Itln.h tmi'i.v, Una' ltii.l, Mo'iiroia, v H,Mir
Ho an nn Hi I'.ial.l ti-k', li atir tl(i, M n'H-h rr.uns, Al.u
town, llf li li ! i in. Mi l' tl. ii'. Kutt n. I.anitu rtvlll.i, Klain
lii.loi., Ai' . a. 7 If1 A St i r ia Mni i' .fitn-i.1. with Uir traiii
Ita.li.i Pat. a S r Slan.-h I'll ink At I S' P. M.
For l.nnutvii ai a I'. M oi 1'nr.l iv. ..nty.
..r lin-ioi, lvnt..ii. Ac at ; l.. antl II I. A. M , and I
at:C M'. N . anil li n...!it .-tit.
F.-r II. nn. .i-tiry . I n.-.-iit , vl'l - l-iomlnc, llrlilt-al'tirf , and
Frnnkl..!,: hi IIA.M and 1 I'. M
r hi N.'iv York and uy I ln"a Iciivtnit KnhnrU'ti
In I'.il. l.tK i- i:.t c ir on I i'ih .i IP.-I. al'o.a W .i : n u t na.l ar
lii.ur Im-s.to il..,.nrtnrp. Th,-1' .ra run Into the Ll. )Dl, auc
on Arrival , I h train run fr. ui ft,., lv.i.,1.
I ttly I'.iunila ot liitaA.i' on'y aliiw.l ci-h na.atnPAAy
l'i..rnai.ra air p-ol il li,. I fr.-m tn.'iv niivinin.- a. ia..iM,t
Sut it tir w rA' ni-ari'T'l. All ti i.t.'r oi or nfiv nnuii.la
10 l.i' iai.I for fxiui Tin' r,inii.tn Ii ml ih.nr r.-apnial
lol'ti lor ltai-r-ii:v lo One ! '1'nr pit no'inil, and w II; not h
linl.lt- (or any amount bv)ml ti a). cot,il by apauial oon
11 a.-t
lirAt-itr'a l-fiLVur Klrrr"- fdjlnir an.1 dtitlviT hi,
. II lli Ht'lHits. Ol.lt'i . '" I"' tt'tl al No S WAI.Ntn
atiift. W.U. II. UAT.MUI, Aa-oiK.
I n an-lKT 1. 1WI.
LINKS UOJl AKW YOIIK FliU rillLADKIJ-lllA
Wll.l, i.KAVH
From foot nf CnnrtlAn alrm i al I' M and 4 P M.,1a
Jar.av I II v anil rmn.1i.n; nt 7. In and II VD a.. M., S P.
M .. am' t N lit'til, via Juratjy I'ny ami Htiii.nuion.
From foottti Itar.-.av atnMl, al S A. M. anil 1 I'. M., Tli
A mboy and I 'nnnl"n
From I'trr No. I N.irth Rlvnr, al II M., 4 snd S P. M
(triil!!! ami Pa.aenKirl via Ainl'itv and Oniaili'M.
'J1IK VKNNSVLVAMA (T.STIUl RAIL
. I . A I ) - IKS liAII.I TK4IN.HI rUU.AUBLlUIA
TO PI VI IIMLHii-ilM: .Mil F.h:
ThsTlnkrlOlllrsnf tlm PKN VSYf.VA NI t I'F. NT It At,
KAIIKOAI- la now l"t-alr.l at I lie N ctv l'au-tuiT ll.'ittit
ol II. i- C.mii.ai'l , 1 II1K I IL11I nntl MAIlKEI HlrutHJ
MfiLAMKI.PIIIA.
nn and aflir MflNriAV, October 81, lsAI, trains will
laaic I liuailt'lt'liia aa follovta:
H-IKI A. M.
MATI. TltATV, Willi ma lollow lnu oonne-M.mi Ar
liie ai VVI.HI (tlll'.SI IK I N 1 KHSKl.'l IllH Slu A.
M.. and connTt wuh n f I' Clittator Kallmal, ar
llvtlu: at Yfl (hlr '.I M A.M. At I'll IV M -IU I'D IT S'
M'.'Wi a. M ., c .ruin-tins' witfi train for IVayi iiaOurv, and
prat niii,- llie- re ll - U A .n. At I "i.t Mini Htv a. .
poiu.i" llt.K wth NorUii-rn ('.Mitral lia Ir.-ad. and riiaoti
Ini; York a- ? .V) P. M . Hanover Junction S SI P. M .,
Hanover 4-4. P. M ., and li.'l! iiburs tl l& P. M. Alan,
vt tin train i. n IC'iailMii,- artl t lo'iii.ttua It -u I road, Uai Inar at
'J l I'. M. At 'lie l HA ItK I sr. I nil 1 "Al P I H aonnei'tlni
with Nor:Ji.-jn 1'i ntral liain. Nurlli.tl u. : I. ave Hurila
lltrK I I.'-1'. Al , aiT'vt' al Hui.lMiry 4-SJ 1' Mtlloli III p.
M.VHuuinifloitlcIo P M.. Lot;. lltivB 7 W I- Al (las
ai'K''ta lor Krnltn, ho, hr-ter, 1'ananilaUiiA, Nli-w
Fiillt., Ac , reach Kitmi-a a' '.n I'. M., and tludnto at n IS
A. M. fa-aciitr'. for I'linvlIU', Kmi.rl. IUo..mlnirK,
llt-rwlek. Ili-t't-h 11 avi'O, Hhn-k alii tiny. I'lymotitli, K liMRton,
wyotiims. t'ltl. tun aud Hoiaiitoti, takn lite. I.ackaw inna
and r.l.H ui.l'ui. tr ili a al .Aoribumti. r.and.J at H AU
KIHIU ' Kll. for I'olnta H ulhnn No-th.-m I'etnral Kalltvay,
lenva at I ;ui I'. s , at riie I m i -J-:i! 1". M . IUii.vit Jtiiu
Urn I 'P. M . Hannver 41 P. M.. and Oi tlyalaura S li P.
M. Al HAHHiHIlllKI. lor V"' ta In fiiuihtmana Vallty,
Iravlnn at I 4ii I'. M.. nrriif ('in Hate V iH P.M.. I liAinb ta
Iii ru 4 . '. P. M .and Uai-eratown It l:, M. M. At Tl BUNK
f. H P. M . romiai'tiiiK Willi Italit Kan Valley Trala,
Itavlniial 7'f.t P. M ,and arrivlna at ittlle'onto at Sun
P.M. At Al. l'l -UN A i 4il 1'. M . c uiuucu b w tlrOlriinca
train fr lloiliilat sdutk, reaohlnr tnare H'J6 f M. At
CHKHHON H .IH P. M., oonua.-liHK Willi llraueb train for
P,iii.ttirit. airlvlnv t' em S 40 I'. M. At l'l rr-HlUIKi
l:WtA W , and tiieie Couut-otlnajforaU poluU WuaL,Mortu-w-cat,
arid Muuliiwuat.
JO'OO A. M.
r.MH.I ArcOMMOHATION, No 1, orrlvliuj at Taoll at
lit") A M.
ll'IO A. N.
KA8T LINK nnnnocta St LA N IU4VII.I.K J 40 P. M ,
with Iralu ou hruiliiis and Uonimbla itaurvad. arrlvlnii
al I Ilia 1 It) P. l,l,hmta .1 ,1.1 p. M., aud Krad
Imk at 4 P. M. At II lltKlsltl'IIU, with an At" oiuiii
dntiun '1 ram cm Noriliurn Ci-n'rat ltnllii. for Nunl'lfy
ant) It.tt rnii'Mala idi.ta, reneliins Niin'ury nt S Ml p. M.
At IIAKltlM'.LiKii with trii.u on tJuiiitioi land Yalloy Sjr
i:arlialt-, arnvliiK thure at ft'.' P &t. Arrlvea at Piamburs
l .rfi A. M , and llitua utakta i-lota coluioclttiu fur ail
calorn tt.'itita.
I'OO P. SI.
PAHKF.mil' HC1 ACCOM ktnii.M ION. arrlvea at Partta
burii ll s 'i P. M., btupin. nt lnitw mt.d.at atali ma.
8-30 1. M.
nAUKIHHt'BU ArcoMMOnATIOV. makes ronnao-
llrn at IH.wiiuiruii at 4 U4 1. M.. with tram ull Vlalt.aa-
tura Itraiii li, It-Aili.f al I dt P. M., antl arrtviuir al
W aineaburu at li t") r. M At t'"l.l 1IIUA, at u ti P.
M.,wttn NollluTtl reimal Killw.iy for loik. loavltni
Vl rb. Ill a vl Mr I I" 1 . M . auil arnvliiK al xula I 4u t . M .
Airlvea at Ifiirrlaburs at 7 46 P. M.
4'lltl I. HI.
FMIOIIANT Af-t'OMMOIiATinN, f.nm No. 117 Dick
Rtrt-et, da.ly, tirtpt Huntl;i .- Arrit ia at llArrlal.urf,
4 i A. M : sfiiuin. w ii a. .n . Aiiooiia. f in r. at.:
and I'lllaburk-, 11 in P. M. Tlie i-a a urn eon. tin lublu, and
eii.laranl.i. or iiini'llca aoliin ni-al, will llnd um rites
low, anil I ave ttfir t'a.-h'iii;i'. nir h riicti t'lt.rka nro sir. a,
lorv aitled hy the. aamu train, t or turihor parucnlars
apply lo FKANCIH M'NK, Kininraiit Akenl, ISJ Iiik-H
atrret. Itciwren flniriaburi,' and I'lit.hurK I flist claaS
car la aiuachid lu tlua Iralu lor h cil UjiiuI.
41 -OO I. AI.
1 ABTASTr.n AO-'0MMOI)ATI(IN, reai-iav T.Jl'lr
ll 7 W P.M., and rt'ticnea Co.unibln at S lu t. M.
5-;iO I. AI.
PAOUACCOMMWlAl l'lN, No. t, r-. aches raoU at C SS
P.M.
H'llO P. HI.
PIlTBllt'KH A.v'U F.KIK F.M'BFSH, with th, Ial-
!o ii n rimnaciltiiH :--Arnve-liAr.l.burc, " ) a. M ;
Hut.t'uty. li o A. .M ; Nurti umbfiiajid, S ul A M.;
Mtr."ii,4-iH A. M ; WillliTni.pjrt. o A) A. VI ; L ck Haven.
fi- !' A. M. ; r.iui'orluin. lu li a. M ; M: 31.iy'a,ll 12 A M,;
t'orry. :l VI P M.; anil Ktie, 'tJ.P.M. (At Corrv oloae
cobiiet-floa la maili- w kin oil ' rrea it. It., for i uiiivil.e a id
Hhatierv, U-.e bltaeut tinulnna of lilt' KJ.l.l, t iriiee hy
Hlaitti ur hrat lot On City au 1 ra'ialln.l fAa.tMwera fur
llantilla Hulei'l. tUooruaouru, ttt.rtt L:k, ll.'rt-n Haven.
Hlilt'kar.tuny, Plymouth, Kington. vt'Tttuii--'. I'ltiMton aaJ
Hcranton. take tit; Lael.aiani a and tt. auo 'liuig iiaui. at
Northun ber-ai.d 1 I I'a.arr.t;r, it t.in.lia. Ho Jinal-T,
Carian laiua Niarara I- al a.eic. reach e hulra at.l . ll'i 4 M..
and lu. na n nt J M P. M.J ai h u: li: iin, ml , wi h Norm
oi o i.eniral Haila uy, to! Ll fl Nunl'i, b-at um al 1 jt) A Al ;
artii oa Yoik , 4'1" A. M ; llanovur Junto! 'n, 4 L.' A. M. ;
leaves Hant'vor Juac lnu '.' '0 a . M : arviv.a Hanover,
1 rial A M ., and I'Ktt.t burK- I - ' P. M. Ai H'ivil-li)
1ION.4- is A. Al., null ii tin on ltn.d Tor 11. II . arriving
Hopevit.l1 A M , Ml. Imlita, - A . M . nud oaii-
neritiiR lltent-o by Hiasn l-.r ntnlt.inl. At T tt'N K, 1 4S.
A. M.,cnuiiei'tlns with tia'n on Itaid Dalo Vntlay K-iad,
leal Ink Tl rulio at S A M..urrvi! llul:..(oiu.i. II 11 a.
Al . ai.u llnoart.., l.'--i- P. M. I.e. v.n- rtn.ua'. Cl'iirtl'i d
It. K. at s .15 A M . anil ni rliniK I h lllsiliii. ll ml A. M.
At I'ltPHMlN, ; .'14 A . M , r "in run' t ;:'i bc inc! Ii-hSo
for Kili'lishurK. ai d arrli nk'llorc. 1J : I'. M Ai HI.AIK4.
Vfl.l.K IMlk.'U litis, ...' A. M , ur.rtui with
braurh train which mrivra. r.'a rai lllo, In 1 t. Id , aud
liiolana Ii ili A M :liiNir-tin a'a.i rnnt-rta at II atra
TUlswnhVYtst I't nna-. Iv uila It It., ar:h hijr altabiini,
limi Uj Ar,.e Pi llsHUKI at U-iu V. U., and
Ot'OiKt. klk.1 poiu.k Yl l"l.
10-1. a P. AI.
Pllll ALiKI.IlllA k: I'l.'KSt atip. (ml) at Tlnwu
Inonn. I. at i a.- tor, Hail-b-iik'. Mary.illlr, N"w
p.iil, Mttltfu. I.ra .. toy. u, II :i'.llii(i'li'ii, Altocna, tiAl
lltaln, and l oili'maiikh At ll I' D, 11M tl '. 1 Willi llroa.l
1 op It. H , leaiinu tocru al S laj A. M.. Hid an ivl'm at
iMit'l.v A. Al., Ml. liliaa A.M., and liianoo
l.y atai-f lo It. ilro-.t. At A 1.1 -,; 'N A. al Lil'. A an
hOt'Uoo la biatla with trm lor lltull laal"ir.'. maehias
Uivre at : A M.,ai.d H tincu by hack to Hudiord. Ar
mi nt Pitt.Mirit.S Ml P M-, m.il.liu rlnaa e.tninM-tl-m
with lhroi,i.h titiiua oti .ill thu dtci'taow road liom thai
noli, I Nollh tu ttr I u.et w a-tl' fl.e V l.aia. ippl and tiM
Mtaamirl ilvaia.ai.d Hontii aau -ioutuwiat ui alt Domta
arre" ,ll"i' III Iui'.Ti ad.
Pt.r further Infoi ninlh n. ai'l'-v at Ihe Pnaenwaj' H'ntlnl,
oori ef ol 11III1.TIK . II an. I ll 4 I.K P. I' Hire. ia Phllu.
Jl'UN t'. AAl.Kfclt. Jr., Tniktit Ait.
l)Hll.Ani l.riIIA AM) HAi.TIMORR CYS
I THAI. ItA ll.kii'AU, Ol'KN TO tmrOKlA-UPIUXO
AKRANI.KMI N I.
On am auu k.1 U A Y, A p. U t, lHol.lhi tnkas will laava
aa Irllowa :
l.HAl P. KAHTrt AftD , '. F.HAVK VYESTWAHD.
atariuan.
Pxlniil
wtntt timvfl...
Avondala....
keniMtt
Cttadtl a Ford
. m. aiaTuiaa.
S Sh Prllanelplta...
S -S itoaiChaaiar. .
4 hi iv. 1.'. Junatioii,
4-17 iVnrord
..ti SO
..I.' -7
"1
..7'S.I
.7 44
It ial
, Id
. 9'HH
. J
4 SI
I 4t
I 41
S-'iS
I 14
5 Jl
I'M
70
41 Chadtl aFanl,,
6t4l KeiniMt
. 9-U
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1-nttiiJ tia)
!' . ti. JunrlloD.. hIA
PtilladrlpLla 11
I L4 Avone'ale...
fit, Meat l. rota,
a lo ii. is -.i
....I.I'll
....lutu
....in wl
Waal I'hevlt r y-;v
I'aimuw lliot In PhJIadehiluA Has been ctianued A-oia
Fikl.ci.-hni.tl Market alraeu. lo TII1K1Y UliiSf aud
MAHEKT Hlrwta, VVoat PhHat-rtphuv Market Street
Paa.taiKitr Kaulwaj Caas ouavuy Paasaikkars to aud Iron
ti e liapot.
1 aaauiuji'rs gn UtrOBltn ttwnoi'i oennife pta.-v.
fKKlGHT I1NK8 TOU NEW YORK. AND
JL uil the tiattnna ub U Caudau aud Aiuikj and cu-
Bi-ctuii iaiiJnd.
l.srUFAHKP Iip.MPATCn.
ThaTaaidrB and Awii.T Kallr ad m1 Tranporiatlo!
Com an iroiht l-lii K-r N w York. nlH K-ar (V a hint
atiett Yfiiair, uii am1 a iter January (k das (Huudit e
Cpi4:) at A c CO'A V. M ,
KciQiulo.thki aUeV Lliu 111 Kt.w Turk all
4 P. M.
Krfir-ht mu't U dd.ver4 bfor JP.M.fco to far
war mm, ite suit ilay.
rtetfla lur Trt iui.r, Prirrt-ton. K-npiUii, New Bran
wink, and all p, triln vti Uai t'suntp n atnl Amlm.v RjUUvmi.;
a I o un lh IMvMor, Tia'awan , atid rivtn'att-tAMi, it Nw
J. :v, tli rasoii4 mnm Jaj4aru. ajid IX Ktrlirtft4ia
and Mount KjiLv MalUnada, fiai. ad tml frwrtii ur t
li -ju'clw k P. Id. Siii.ii paUsMr tur JrtWant ii-Jaj aspired
Duin)o-ln-. p. M.
Sv - t4i.lva.fa.ivsB U aiaat. rt W ilh-rtnJ n nnsaMfi it l'Viinirta.
bttTk Willi V-i IsfilUrU aluJ l.ia.tnjtf. .'s1'lW J ltd; I
flRiirim.i: itii.ru -i in p.iimi'' m rs-m t 'tirtij
Cs-nirkl ttAtirAttd, and ui Nmi.F. with U Uorru ait
Zmvei l(.nid, .
A -Hp Buiiii'ianiliiB'., lij.tj m.arV fti 4 mm
i a, iiitips-ii saint 0,jVinr, iuHt In tu a) In-ian- Ik
nt itP t-atfa load oi mo re!(rt nli b icivua.
Iftr d (at i'pif aiiuK mad u U trafipsr
tloa of Kl K H I iia.j.j jv lUfU.nJ b iJ ua
Fifd ti. Uh i u fiimUbiHi in nioturtt iK I'Wi (. H
I OA l'r (J tuns- , U nlU d-'hi ) W mi tli Uti u if OtUi
ur ,, titit -fb9 Trm- lardn. or at Pier No. t NorUl
t'i.r, m iliMjri may iunai mt u tira W uf
ttalp JAiaaaU , VVAl TtK KhrtislA H, Kf 1,1 AtU
Ho tl. EK-lawar avtkDU, PhiliiiUkpliifc '
0-KO. B. HAi MONlv raltj,M Afrni, ,
WF.KT JF.KSET KAILROAD ' LIHRfl--
ll Saw Arrant man'. t ha aud altar H;SIT,
No. am lee I, mk, llama wm :aava n-taut Wllauat ktaroaai
Flat aa Stltoa a
Inr Kap- Mar and all alacaa aoiatlt of MUhrtlU al t
A. M n ils F M.
Foe M litsie, hrtdoinsi, aiaa, and ill pAlinainHH
tlaea tnntk or (lla.l .ro at 9 A. M aada P. M.
I or lliaa.bom at S A M . IS M., and S P. M.
For WootUniry, Uktuoaatar. Aa , M V A. M., It tf., I aa4
tr. M
mmnNTNo.
Leave Cape Mav il 1 A. M and 11-41 A. M.
Miirvllleats-in A M and I P. M.
" Ilr4dl.i at 7 11 A. M..S SI P.M.
" Haiom at 7 A. M., and J P. M.
" Wotalhairv at ?.H I', and S if A.M..aaid4 Si ft,
and S In p. M. to Catrtden nnly.
T7IF. W F.H T J-V.HHKT KXFKKHI4 CO M PA If T
V'tll attend b all the aaual branenaa nf Bipraaflhaai.
tieaa. reet-lvo. deiivar, and forward thmnsh ntlrm- paaaoae
alt li-Ptpreaa I Aimparr.l,-a to all parta ot the ooantry ant
artp le enttoaled Ui them. A Hpitclal Maaaanxor aoeona.
paniea each Uiniuuh train.
i TAN LIINS.SFI.AXB, Rapartatandaw. , ,
Fhllade'plila, Novemba 1, Uui. 11-1
NORTH rKHNSYLVAXIA RAlXROAn. '
Fl'K BFTIII.F.HF.M. ll'lYI.K.ATiiWH. PAsnlet,
MAI I II CHI NK, 11AZI.P.TON, YYIl.aa.illAJiRkt, vTiAe-.
I.IAMHI'UKI .
FAIL AttRANflFMFNTII.
Oa and aflar M'iM.AY. imniM ll IAS4, Faaa nana?
Tiama lll leave Ihe N KVT HUP, IT, THIRII Atrevtl, aliov
Tr-ntnpaon, I'hllailrlphU. dai.j (Hundays ixoetttoall, aa
hHk.wa :
At I i A M. 'Sipre.a) for rtelhlehaan, AUsolowlka
Maurh I bunk, W ilbvaharra. 1 illlamiport.
Al HID A. M ( A.v i.nttie.ilaliitt ) Sir I loykaatnwil.
At 1 lb P. M. I Are"tiiiiioda..-iui f.a- Port w aahlnatntk.
At 3 mi 1'. M i F. .prt a.) for ttet'ileh"ii. Raattui, aa.
1 Pla train renrhr. f .at- n al '( P. M., and makes olaM
Ct nna a i . .vi with the Nav .leraey Central tar Wow Xorlu
A I 411. P M i M ail ) for I to. In. town
Ai.il.1, p. M t Aixomin.idaU.tii) for lletbleiham. Allaa
tnw n. and Mm.rh Chnnk.
I !'. I' M t Aer..niiio.datlnai for !,ansdale.
t hr-nub 1 ii fc. ta lua-l hi. proriired at Uie Ticket Otfloa,
Tl 1 1 111 Htioet, or HKKKA Hlin't. In order to saoora Us
loweet latai ot fnr-.'
THAI Nil Ft lit Pnil.ADP.l.PltlA
Tave Ttell.l.iiem at S :' and t'i'.'A.M , aud 615 F.H.
le.vleai .an at 0 M) a 11., aud t U V. M.
Wni'ltle atr.-1a A. M
I ial V anluutiton al 'I -S' P M.
(IIS HI'NIIVVa
Pt ltaih IpMn h.r fv.i o"oi.n a- 9 l i A. M and I'll P. M.
..i h-attia n f. r Phila eh.lila nt 7 A M an.1 -J P.M.
Iliilinana Htut.ay.. Kio-oaa wll rail ft aad dell war '
hai-a.e nt the iUj,ot. Ordcrf luay bo lo. ai Bo. U41
H. TIIIHK HtrtAlU
Vl-j F.I.LI1 CIRK.Airarat.
I-ST rilKSTI-K AND I'llILADKLPfllA
MAIKltfAli. VIA MKDM.
H KIN' AltHA NUFMKNT.
On ai d rtflir 1- K1KAV, April 1, 1-ari, Uia TraJma will 1t
an KiLI ..w :
l-.iv rhllad. iph'a frmu th IVr-nt, wmrr of TTtlRrT
rilt'l and MAliK KT mrs,t. H A. M , 11-tjA A. M.,Mf
1'. .. P. M..6-4A 1. M. .
n I.H.W-l, hia li-p4.t chwu edVnnn FfOHTKF.KTH ati4
V AliK K i bureu U 1 U1H I V-t 1KT aud MAkULX?
huri'ia.
,t?av Wl rhct-r, from th !ppM on F.t M ARKET
8trt.C i A. M.,7 V. A. M., II A. M ,1 P. M.,4 4A H. M.
IbrArnranf Uif W 't I'blladi-liihla I'amvntfrir Kailwajf
rV'mpnv i Mat- Rtrci-t) will convej l'aaaena'ar I mmk
(turn Ui I'ldliMlelpliia hr-pot.
ON ' KT) A T
1 ?nvt Phllaiialphla al H .111 A.M. and r P. M.
I,(nv Wii hi nler at H A M and 4 ' P. M.
T-am- kavlny l'Mlad'plna M H A M. and 4 9b P. W..
ai.d W fnt . hi'ntiT at 74 A. M, and 4 ft P. M.,omin
with Urtin nn tin I'hiladfLphla and Haltlmor Caatrft
Kaimwd rvrOxft rd and tutcrHiiillats potnu.
ja4 tf 11K.NKV W0OU.(iJAa-aiMupiia(iKU
RAILROAD LINK NORTH.
1 l'tlll AKK I T11IA TO HKOOKI.Val,
'IllkotUll IN riVK UOUUi.
PARK ?.
EXrt'KHION TTrKK.TH tOU POR TTTKR1I DATS.
On ami alter MONDAY, Aanuat 1. IwH, train wiD
IKotof VlMis ftlrvttt, KhiJaJt'-phta, vry iuocnlnj at it A
31. f Bnn.ln.Tsj nYOptit ). iliftrr) hy tli raindmn and Ai
lantk ajid karttan and DvLawar liay Kaiirua1a to Poet
aliAitioiith, and by tho eiUuinMjua ataamar Jvbm Huvt,
inli OirW Atlanta' atraal, Brooklyn ; raluniliv, lear Atr
ial tie t4trJt Wharf vory da (.iundai xovtd), ml 11
A M.
Iravalam M h cHrof New Ti ark ar imtlftad no tm
lpky r paaaait hv tnl line, th Htat at how JmTyf
hnvtuv eranifd Ui th CatmliMi aed Amty HannortHiljr th)
xrlimive pr1vtlKH of aiTlnr ponoatfir and toifit b-twvi-a
tiie dltr f I Phi,nd--rTM nd New Yra. tj'sW-K
W. P. liKIr K1TTH, itenri 8uprtntdeai.
11
UDINQ
RAILROAD,
IIUF.AT TUT NK LtXB
IUOM rmt.AI.l.. ' 11 1 A TO TDK. IVTKRIOB OT
l'K.NNMLVAMA.TIIK NfTlllYl.KIl.lM HUtV
Ul tltANNA.I'llMHKKI.ANII, AJfU
WY0MI14J VAUJtr,
MOIITU, N0KTI1WEM T, ANDTHK CANAOAI.
PASdFWOKK TRAIN"!
Tsvn tha r.-nn any li'iml. at TIIIRTBP.VTH ami
OA I.I. OWII ILL 8UOOU, 1'bluvloUihia, at tho foUowtag
bouis -
MOUSING MAIL.
At 800 A. If ., for Kt ailliiK, Laoanna, Eohrata, Latta.
retniuMa, llarrlabiirji, 1'otlantle, Pinearrovo. Tamatitaaj
Huntiur) , vYllhnniannrt, Klmlra. Hneheater, Mlaieara Fallal,
lliillaln. AUentown, WI'keaharTO,l-lUalua, Tora, 11nrtsft.
UiantboreliurK, Llanvnloivn, Ac.
1'hla train ounuecu al itKADlKU with F.ast Psnnajrfcna
nla Aallrnad trains for Allentown. Ao.. tha tteattlng Mid
iuiihia kallrnnil fnr Kphaata, laitc, and llolitmbkft. anal
with the lhanon Valley train fur HarrlabuTi, e. : al PtkttC
t'l...N'lt'N v-nli CauuviaaaHallriviS iraina lor V llkoahama,
William. prt. 1 Ark Haven, Klmlra, Ac; at HAHktlkV
lll'Hil with "Northam Central," 't-iimlMirlaail Valley.
ant! "f?ehuvlkiU antl Hayuehannl" traiaa nr BTortatea
herland.tl ulluurp-trf ork.(Mianiliiil'buri,riaagrava,tM.
A FTF.KNtMlN K.XI'KK114
l eaves T-hnailrli.hia at I SO P. M. for Kastdlnw, Pnttaja
vlllt-. 1'lnavmvi, llarrlabnrK. Aa., cnnneotltur at llarvtaw
litirn w ltli roniiavlvanla Central trmlua ftr Fltlatiuru, Aak.
r.i'1-thani t-rntral Kallroatl tralna fur Hunhury, Sortauai
liei lain, Klmlra. A-e., antl at Port t'Mutna with OaAawkaask
ItallnjMl Ualm fix MJlUin. W ilUaoia jort. Kiiulra. BitllaJa,
Ac.
RRADISO AOCOMafODATlOlI.
Lt-areg Buailms at oMO A. M., aioucfiuj at all way tan
I It'na. arrrvii.K In Plilla.lill'hla al S ii A.M.
k.namjiar, lean-a I'miatloJi'lul at 4 9u I'. M. i arrlros at
liin.nnii al ,'ViP. M.
Ti iiluafur riuUatli.kyMa leave llarrtatiurs at 100 A.M..an4
PntiivUle all It. A. M , arriving In Plillnleiohla al I 04
P. M. Afti rni'tin trains leave llarrlantara at 1 46 P. Ifl
piKtavllie at . M P. St., arriving In I'tuiatlalnnia at 7 P. St.
M.iiket Iraina. wllh a paasenswr car attachal, taav
Fhtui..i lphla at I 1. M , St Keatiuis md all way auiit-n
leavu RraSjig at IV, If win, and OiwnlnstowuatkS-SOt.
II . tt.r Ptillatlvli'hlA and all way atalktiia.
A il the aluive trams run iially, -tiinilnya evoaptatl.
Htintia traioa leavo I'nllavUJo at 7 Jo A. al., anxl Paila- '
tl.hiaatll 't P M
ClIPS'l F.lt VALT.EY RAILROAD.
Patvanirera It llnwnlnin.iwn and Inu-rtnoTfst nnfnlai
Uke the h (li A. M. and 4 m P. M. tralna from I'ltliaJaltihla.
nttutnlnt Iruut liownuuruiwa at 7 On A. Mm and It JO
Stir TORK EXPIU!tS FOR PITT81IURCI AIFD THJl '
WF.-IT.
Leaves New York ats A.M.ud7 P.M.,pasalntj eajdrasj
st Pa itihlnUtit ar.il 1 IS r. M.. and coiinortiaa at narrfo
burg n ith 1'enn-ii Ivaala Railroad Itipieaa u-altsa lor Pltaa
kurn. IHilca .-ti. at.tl tha vt'eau
ltriur'.u a RxtTiBa tl aln lelves If arrtaborgotl lerlvil of
the I'ennaylvulila Evpi-sae rrtim Pltiaharg Kt S 110 aoal
SIM A.M. paaalnir Hf-iiliiul at 4 t'i and lit ) A. M , an
uTiwa a- New Voil at l'l A. 14. and 4 0 P. M. HIao- ,
iil'atfJ n.nnv tlie.e tratna Uirousb,b4)twoa taxaasj
(:tv and Pltlalmrir. wlthnui chanfle.
Mill trntn tor Now Vurk leaves llarrllbsni at 1 46 P. It. i
Mail train (it llai-rlthurv It a tea New Ynrl at U la.
r-tflll' I.Kll.l. VALIKY RAn.ltOAIl.
Train Iravt I'ntlavllle at 7 It A. V. and S Ml P. M., nv
ttiniii.il fruf.i 1'uacartira ut K ID A. M. antl4'3A P. M.
It';lil 1 l.K II. 1, ASH HI Kill P.. I ANN A K AH. HO AD.
Trrina leave Auhurn at S 4A A.M. fur Pilae.Tnva avnt a
llNrri-ttni--,, ann at I'.alP. 1! It PinoHrtivi only, ratana
li iitiin ll irrin crii ut 1 jii p. M., aud Iruui Pluaa-ruv sat
'all A M., audi V. M.
TI('kF,TS
Tht-f'n.h flral elaas tlcama and arnlsrant Onleta ta aJt
the plli.clpal nol.iU In the Ninth aad M'eat anil Canada.
It j failli.wiiia- Ut k la ara oUtUiiM.le onlv at the ultloaot
H 1'KAI'FnKK .Treattnrr. N" '.17 H. 101'RTH Mlraal.
PI.H..I. l.ila.tTor li. A. MU4ILXA, Ooaaral Hiioatlnlaai i
d.ut. lUatlille':--
ItOMMl'TATIOH TK.-KKT8,
At --ft per emit, dlactuuit. lt-4wrau auy points deetraal.
turiaoilllea and in ma.
MILEAr.K Tll'SF.Tel,
c.fi 'tar '.'ti nukia,baiii-H-aall votnii, t tAl 10 sastt,
tor faiall.aa and Pmia.
hKASOV TK'KFTS,
F"r three, afx, nlna.or twelve uoaths, fcc aaldars oal
Uj all u.itnta. atradnkifil rate.
11.1 Itti 1
ttr.tdlnf on thn line of Uie mud win be PirrntineA vttJa
Lida. autitiiua thcuiselves aud wlvos to ilokeu a halt
Care.
EXITtlRHK-a Tit K H TBJ
Fri Ol Philadalir la tn urlneifJal atatjona, svxmI Sm Satar-
J.tv hhi.iImv Hri ka.m.iav. ai reiluoetl rare, so ba had annr
al the I kkat Otllua, al J all K Vk.N TB sat liaLW W lUlX
titwale.
ritl-.ltin r.
flood, nf aft deterlptliiiit fi'l-warded to 111 ttle ahoTw
po t ta. rv.im ll r l nni h I bew fratalit Aapok, UefcUaYel
and WILLAV birvria.
FKr.HlUT TSAISB
I.rnve PhPadehpl la tlnlly at I A. M ., I P. M. ,iaS S P. St.,
p. Readies, l.i-h.tn.in, Marnalior,;, rutuvwa, t on liaav
too, aoA p. inu havond.
MAIT.R
(!he ai the FHlati.ivjkia F.iaUXtlos Snr all staeas an tk
r..d and ita hiani-he. at o A. St., ana rur uia pnaoiaaa
llaU"M nnly ai 2 U P. M.
1 HII.Al'F.LrHlA, OF.RHAHTOWM, AN
J M BatlMlOVl R tll.U'JAl..
Ti M K TAHI.B.
on ant after MONDAY, May 16, imt. oak Swthar
no.it.
FOR flKM4TOW-W.
Leava VUlnoV phw S, lu. 11, li A. M. ; 1, ,! !
I'., 4,0, .'V.I.. J.-. . U'. ' M.
ievive let-rmajanita-n.c, hi y.a.flii.a, tv,it,ii I, aa.
1. J. J.4. ,, r.. 0. 7, S. V, U). ll, and IS P. M.
Iheh .Ddiittn, and the ii. ant i'k train ap. do not St
a ki,a Uarnian'wn llian.-l..
CMK.iiKl.T HI1X RAfLROAfl.
I.enva Fhllaiktntiia, I, 1, 1U, U A.M.; t, IV.K.f.V'
"liivfinfe'imut nai, Tio.s.t to, ll toi.w.il-to,!
t SU, S-4fl, S-S'. and lil V P.
run lllSin)ita-kM aso iviitiiierr-wwri.
I.wel'M .il. li.ht l.fcJi, U UA. M.l 1H.I, 4.V.SM
t, , H-lin. and 1 1 1. 1 . W .
1ABV Mnrlleuvia.l'.V I, w, aaaia aa n. a. a, MO, -
tsandVP.M.
lheou kra.n no. v.u sioo at eaeiaitawt, juaoAjoexat ,
kWtl Culiaawtikla 01.IJ
it it WAj.ArriK. .
IxavePMUflrlpht.s,BS6,UCt4 "-a W. .H,fta
tMLV.!.uhk,,7S''S0,V.n) A.M., t,t, f,
Auu. iia 1 . At.
U K, SMITSI. flt-naral Rniea4rtentliS.
Bill ltapuk ivIMTH and taatiuMI dint.
lillLAtSLriUA. jUU IQii .
ltlU-. J-.ula; A.ULHOAD. 1C5UJ, .,
'I'hieaivtal line U. iiar. ea iha luitlM.m avnA Xurdiwvtot
unnile u Pt nnai-rviuiia to Uie atty of Aril, on Laka Krtei. h
It r aarrTh I. aneil I t the fKN fciaT 1 VA NIA K tlLhtlAU
(t'V.J'AhV, aj'S under thatr aueplcea 1s Inatiia lataaklav '
ob-'vi thrtai-. S"S. to a-tir eaieeUt
11 nt awi. la una an l'aaatasv and FTOtiiJ Snawtaea fvrrtas
llair'aaurv la ijoetTniin. tm mlleal.on tu Aaauam lJivv
at,. Katsiniat amiinais to haras Uo Batkeaj, ta Has Wfutiam
Irf.vaieu.
T lit k t'S rtaAVtia IMAMS AT PtUAtMLFVIU.
Mall Train le.vaa ,............H.) A. K.
E-rroa-TraiRlttivte , .S'tiF-la.
l'a- nin thaw, ull it, rut. i t l-UAacK kt4h Styliul Shae
tftin. kKvtt-vi l'lnlatleli'iiia and Loci Hnvn, aatA Itotwataak ,
rlaitinU'i- " lk liaven.
k. ant aitja'inif 4-airaou ih Vitpr 'l-yarn WH wsrv '
1 nr tuftaTata' vtn rratia-aliiK Paaaent; huanw aa. ais'r '
li t ti i,.tiii ii ki nVt,t lo ml stKill
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