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THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, JANUARY I, 18GG.
I.
1
1F.NDFR AND TRITE AND TRIED.
Tender Bnd true.
You kept fnith with me,
Aa 1 kept faith with yon;
Thouph over wsboth
Since we phahted troth
Long years have rolled;
But oiir lovo could bold
Through troubles and trinls maulfold,
My darlinx tondor and true 1
Tender and true,
In your eyes I gazed,
And my heart wm sale, I knew !
Your trusting smile
Was pure of guile,
And I read in Booth
On your brow's fair youth.
The earnest of ioval trust and truth.
My darling tender and true t
Tender and true,
All my own at last!
My blessing for all life through
In death as lite,
My own loved wife
Mine mine at last,
All troubles past
And the litturo all happiness, deep and vast,
My darling tender and true.
Will ot the Late Hon. Snmuel D. Brad-
ford, ot Massachusetts.
from the Bottvn Travrller, December 26.
The executors of the will of Hon, Samuel D.
Bradford, of West Uoxburv, recently deceased,
are Messrs. Arthur N. Austin, of West Iioxbury,
and l'ascull W. Turney. of New York. The total
amount of property left by Mr. Bradford was
$1,1)00,000. This sum rvas bequeathed as follows
in his will dated Januarv 12. 1861:
I, To hlfl wilo, Julia Susan Bradford, all his
i household furniture, plate, jewelry (not other
wine bequeathed), his estate, dwelling, outbuild-
I lngs, etc., in Wedt Roxbury, and the income of
1 the sum of $:100,0()0 during her life, with the tes-
tamcntary disposal of $5(1,000 of it.
h To the Second Parish Church in West Rox-
i burr, $10,000.
I? To Mrs. Mary R. Bradford (widow of his late
j ? cousin) the sum of $3000.
To his coiiBln, Samuel uraaiora, oi rnuaaei
phia, $20,000.
To the child of his late cjusin, John Bradford,
$5000; Russell Bradford, of West Iioxbury,
$5000; Samuel Bradlord Dcnney, $3000; Joseph
T. rSfM.liam PfiioiHnnt rt u Vniu VftrV Tiian rn
i JJl JI A C4.A1 null X A V-niVlVyiiir V V Tl .. v. . aiuvu "VV
1 Company, $3000.
To tne Society tor tne ueiiei oi Agca ana res
titute Clenrymen In Boston. $5000.
Simeon N. Dexter, of New York, S3000.
TJartrard Ondatra tf tri IavMI rrn CMllM! fn Yf an.
iiui vail vuiivf,) viu sup ut'"i j
propriatea as the Board of Overseers see lit.
' Middlcboro College, in Vermont, $5000.
Samuel J. Briggs. of Iioxbury, $2000.
Mrs. Anne Gray Turney, of New York, $2000.
The income of $20,000 to his sister, Hannah
Bradlord, during her life.
V. Lathrop, of Boston, $500; S. W. Bucking
bam, $500; W. D. Hal), $500; James Dowling,
$500. The residue of his property amounting
to over $i,ooo,ouu ne placed unrier trust lor dis
two sons, Samuel Dexter Bradlord and J. Henry
Bradford.
In two codicils, dated April 11, 1HCI, and Octo
ber 4, 1864, he bequeathed the Income of $10,000
more to his sister, Hannah Bradford. Also
$10,000 more to J. Russell Bradlord, ot West
Roxbury. To Samuel Bradford, of Philadelphia,
itn additional sum of $10,000.
To Sarah and Rebecca, daughter of the late J.
Bradford, an additional $15,000. Mrs. Eliza Bill
ings and her sister Ann Billincs, of West Iiox
bury, are to receive $1000 each.
Mrs. Sarah H. Dana, $1000; Catharine M. Lam
son, of Delham; Captain Francis Davis, of South
Boston; W. H. Milton, of West Roxbury; Isaac
Lee, of Philadelphia; Wm. H. Barstow, Francis
Barstow, Joseph Walker, I). D., G. E. Ellis, D.
D., and Joseph Dowline are each bequeathed the
.. i i r nr. rm - v . ., .. .. 1 1 . 1. .. . : 1
cuiu til 4iuu. xiicbu utruuaLs mo mi w uu paiu
within one year, or sooner, if the trustees
j see fit.
J His will also provides that the expenses in-
( curred by the trustees in taking care of his pro-
snaii De taken out oi tne estate.
Something about Stamps.
a.. : J c - : ., l knku AnnfAllnr.:4iMn
ah men ui vui iiuiauuai uuuiia ui it.-i.i-ci mitiii
may be gathered from some statistics concerning
stamps, which are furnished by a New York
correspondent of the Cincinnati Gazette. The
contract for furnishing the stamps was given in
1861 to the National Bank Note Company, which
now annually supplies 220,000,000 more stamps
than in the Brat year of the contract. Duhng
the present year the Company has already fur
nished Government 400,000,000 stamps, and the
demand has lrequently exceeded a million and a
bait per diem; the largest number ever deliv
ered in one day being 6,023,895. The consump
tion of stamps of ditterent values maybe under
stood from a statement of the proportions manu
factured in the month of March, last, when there
were delivered to the Government ot
1 ocut stamns 175.200
'1 " " 14,477 250
8 " " 85,033 850
6 " " 275,340
10 " " 10,100,640
12 " ' 822.900
24 " 480,300
80 ' 140,650
90 " 19,490
Total 102.926.G20
The value represented by these stamps is
$3,207,199-50. The same writer says that the
entire number of etamos supplied bv the Na-
. tional Bank Note Company up to the present
, time is one billion three hundred millions. Of
: course, to meet a demand so vast, the presses are
sometimes run constantly nlsrht and day. and
to avoid error in accounts, a daily balance of
1 tne business is struct, it is stated to the
credit ot the Company, that in iurnishing the
immense number ot tne stamps mentioned
representative of a value of $40,000,000 not a
.single loss involving censure to tne company
bus occurred. Not the least surprising lact ot
tne wnoie is that tne stamps are printed, peno-
rated, gummed, and packed (for delivery from
the Corcpany's otlice ti all the post otlices in the
tuitea btates) lor twelve cents a thousand. The
Oompuuy has promptly met all the demands
upon it at mis rate, wnen the pnc'B ot mate
rial have lrequently involved an actual loss la
ine luitinncnt ot tne contract.
The New British Parliament.
' The Financial Reform Alnuinack (in England
they will spell "almanac" with a le) gives an
analysis of the new Parliament from which we
gather the following:
, The House of Lords consists ot 433 members.
of whom 231 are classed as conservatives. 184 as
liberals, and twenty as of politics undefined. Of
peers oi tne realm wno are minors, tnere are two
-dukes, three marquises, eleven earls, and four
barous. The Irish representative peers sit for
Jife; the Scotch are elected only tor the duration
of each parliament. Three peers are ot the
blood-roval.
The House of Commons has six hundred and
thirty-eight members, but three ot them have
died since the last elections Lord Palmerston.
Colonel Watkits, and Mr. Trebume. The Libe
rals numbered three hundred and sixty-six, and
the Conservatives two hundred and ninetv-one.
The constituencies in the United Kingdom are
thus claHbihed:
t ' PLACfcS WITH FEWER THAN FIFTY THOUSAND IN
I HABITANTS.
',. Aaareaat
populatwn. Klec'ort.
1.11 in Ensland. with 2,43.748 143,940
12 in Waie. with 208 916 10.006
17 In fecotland. with 616,899 20118
80 la Ireland, with 821,844 13,420
210 la L ulled Kingdom 8 478.407 187,478
PLACES WITH UPWARD OF FIFTY THOUSAND IN
HABITANTS
85 in England, with 6,857,852 297,470
S in V alt'i, with 141 8t!3 B,af4
4 in hcotland, witb 727,027 46 8
8 in Ireland, with 466,016 16,925
44 in United Kingdom 7,181.678
S53,094
.A person's character depends a good deal
upon his bringing up. For instance, a man who
t ! lias oeen prougni up Dy tne ponce feeiuom turns
.out respectable.
A Witty Fbbnchman on Ltfs Imuranc.
Tk.e witty and versatile Kdrtiond About has Just
published in l'ans a volume on L,lie Insurance,
Le, (Jrtextions ttArqent, Axmrarwe), in which he
treats a dry, statistical subiect wuh a pleasant
play of fancy. In ono curious passage he con
cludes that lor every man whose lit'o is iusured
in r Tan re tnere ate seven thousand insured in
England; and yet there ar certain circum
stances that would render the practice of life
insurance of particular advantage to Frenchmen.
ror example, unaer tne ircu;n lawoi succes
sion the proprietor of a landed domain, a mine,
or a house ot business, if he desire that it should
survive btm, would do wisely either to be con
tent with one child in which case be runs the
rink of loMng him, and having none at all or
else to insure his own life for an amount suffi
cient to buy out the interests ot bis other child
ren. How is it that in France so few among the
many who ought to do so insure their live?
"Do not asic me." savs m. adoui: i cannot ipii
you.'- Do not ask tbem;thcy would be still more
at a loss tor a replv. How can you expect peo
ple to think of the future of their wives and
children when they hardly possess the instinct
of self-preservation!' The Frenchman lives from
day to day: be knows not for whom friaodly
societies have been founded; he has heard say
that there is a fund for deteried annuities for his
old aee: but lust try and peisuade Mm, If you
enn, that he will not always be young,"
Qualifications for Promotion. Applicants
desiilng to appear before the Examining Board
for promotion to lieutenancies in tno licguiar
Army must hove served for two years.
AUCTION SALES.
NO T I C K -
Under and by virtu of the power rested In me by
im Indenture ol Mortitniie upon the property hcreluaiter
described, executed br the Tyrone wid Cleerlloid Kail-
mad Company to me u TruNtce, dated the 12th da ot
lav, A. 1. 1H90. and recorded In the utUce tor Keoonllng
Deeds, etc.. In and lor the county ot ISlnlr. on ihe IHih
day ot Mar. A. 1). 1H59, In UortxaKfl Kook "A." nairei
6IU-4-6-6-7 and H. and In the ofilce lor Keoordlng 1),'(1,
etc., in ana 'orme county oi i entre, on tne li U auy ot
Hay.A 1 law, In UortKane Book pane 170. etc.,
to secure the payment ol bond of sail Company to the
amount of two hundred and twenty-five tnounand dol
lar. and dctault having been made for more than ninety
ilni'1 after the same liaa been demanded, In the payment
ot the Interest due on more than tiny tliouxand doliari In
amount of the bonds secured by said mortgage, and
having been requested in writing by the holders or more
than fllty thousand dollnrs In amount or the said bonds
the paymmtof the Interest on which has been so de
manded ironi said Company, and been so refused br
them, to sell at public auction, upon the notice and terms
In the said morgan mentioned, the premises therein
referred to, and to fulfil by such sa e the duties Imposed
In accordance therewith . and to discharge my dutv as
tniHtee In reBpect to the premises, I, JOHN K DO A K
THOM80N Tt uHee. as atoresaia and M rtgaqre In trust
lor the holders ot the bonds secured by said mortgage.
uunr.inni uirs jsuuufi, tnai in putsuance ol tnf
f lower aiorcaald vested in me lor that purpose by tho sal'
ndenture ot mortgage, and In exercise oi the dlscretlot
thereby conferred, and In obedience to thesald requisition
ot the ho'flersof the bonds to the amotintaioresald. as!'
said Mortgage provided, I will, upon Monday, the lit),
day of February, A. I). 1866, at U o'clock W., at the 1'hi
ladelpbia Kxchange, In the clt7 of rhiladelphla, br ih
bands of M. Thomas A 8ons, auctioneers, and upon tlu
tenns and condition here Inalter stated expose to pub
lic saie ot vendue or outcry, ana will tnero sen to the
highest and best bidder r the same, tne property con
veyed to me In mortgage as aiorosald and next men
tioned, VlE !
1 he w hole of that section of said Tyrone and Clear
field Railroad lrom the point otintersecUon with
the Tyrone and Lock Haven Railroad, near Tvrone,
Blair county. I'eiinsvlvanla. to PhilliDSburff. Centre
county, FennKyivanla. as the same if now constiucted,
logcuier wiui an ana singular, tne railways, runs,
urioiroi, ichui' privileges, rigiits, aia an real propertv
of every dcHcnptlon, acquired by and belrnglng to
said Company, mid all the tolls, Income, Issues, and
fronts to ue ucnvea ana to ansa irom the same, ana an
lie lands used and occupied for railways, depots, or
stations between said points, with ad buiiulnns HLandlns
theriHjn or procured Microtor.
A more specific and detailed statement of the Items of
property. Included and referred to lit the foretrolna de
scription, may be given as lollowi:
BAILKOAD.
AH that section of the sold Tyrone and Clearfield Rail
load as now located and built, beginning at the point ot
intersection oi tne saia i vroue and ciearnoia Kanroaa
vlthBaiQ Kagle Valley Ballroad, formerly the Tyrone
and Lock Haven ltailroad, near 'jyrone, Blair county,
tuence extending northwardly to and through the
borough ot I'lilUlp.-burg, Kusb township, Centre
county, and there terminating Bald section of said
railroad, between the points aforesaid, being about
tw cnty miles In lenetr . Together with the right of way
or tue some, wun sucn cauiuonai wuiins an are required
by the slopes of excavations and embankment.
HltHNOS
connected with said section of said Road and belonging
to said Company, between said points, and the right, of
way lor tue same, oi uie nutnoer auu longin louowing,
viz. .
At Mount neasant one siding about WO feet long.
At 11 M mile l'oHt.one quarrv siding about 383 reai long.
AtHummlt. lath Mile rout a second track siding about
1330 leet long.
At Summit, onoT and level siding, and one level sid
ing north ot Summit, with tho rightof way for all be
yond the limits oi the right of way tor the track last
mentioned. T he total length oi said Y and slalngs being
about ItilKi feet.
At Bandy Kidge, a siding aDout nm reet long.
At l'owelton. a Y about lin feet long, and two sidings
about 27b4 leet, total length, with the right ol way tor
the same.
At Osceola Station, a siding about 744 feet long,
togetlier with two linos of track, one of which
extends from the main track ot the said Tyrone
auu uiearueiu itanroau, 10 a wnreuouse 101
owned by the said Tyrone and ,'learfleld Kali road Com
pany, iu said town oi Usceola, Decatur township, Clear -iiokI
county, about 2!17fi teet long; and the other of
w hich extends irom a poll t ou tho said last-named track
Immediately west of the crossing of Aloshaimon creek
to Miller's Coal Mires, in said Decatur township. Clear
Ileiu county, aoout -um leet long, ana (tso euu lee: addi
tional tuuiroaa tract, extenaing up juosnannaii creek
touetht r with the right of way therefor, and a 1 embank
ments, cuttings, budges, and trestie-works necessary
neretor.
At Dunoar. one siding bdoui a,v ieot long.
AtBtciner's, one siding about &) teet long.
At rhllliBsburg. three sidings about 15U0 feet total
length. n t." . t warn .
At Gardener s Station, near Eighth Mile rost.a Water
Station, lot us bv 10U leet. toueuior with a to ator
htatlon, 14 teet by 14 leet. with all water rights and
nxtures. lauus, ana appurtenances neodiut tnereior
At Mount l'leauant a Water Station, IB feet by 18 feet,
with a.l th water lights and fixtures, lands.ond uouurie-
nances needuil tnereior.
At bandy Itldge. a Water station. 14 feet br 14 teet,
with woodsheds attached, and all water rights, fixtures,
lands, and aonurtcnanccs noeulut there! or.
On warehouse lot, containing 117 perches, situated In
me town ol usceola. Jecatur townsnip, ciearue.a
ciuintv.
At tlx June I'oit a ioioi gronnu conramingovpercnes,
intennea lor a foreman s uweiimg nouse.
At Pnlilioshurg, oue station lot. containing 43 porches
witb one name passenger Btatlon. Ml leet bv M feet and
oue temporaiy frauie warehouse, ao teet Dy w leet, built
men on.
At Fhliunsbarg, one lot or piece oi ground, containing
4 b.vlliu acres with
Une tratne warehouse, w ieet Dy ou teet.
One frame 1 nglne House, 111 feet by icct.
lnn lrun '1 nni-'l ahle. 60 leet In diameter.
And nn Irumc Wuter Station. 16 loot by 16 feet, built
thereon, with all the water rights and tlxiuros. lauus
antl appurtenances, neeuim tnereior.
AND tlNF.KALLT,
All the lands, ranways. ruils. bridges, cnlverts. trestle
work, lool-houea, coal-houses, wharves, fences,
rithia ol wa. waikshons. machuiory. stations, depots.
OeiiOt-grouDds, works, masonry, ana oiner supenttruo
ture, real estate buildings, and Improvements of what
ever nature or kind, appertaining or belonging to the
above-mentioned property, and to the said section of
said Tyrone and tteaineic Kan road, ana ownou Dy said
Company in connection merewiui.
1C.JUQ9 UE OAliZi.
The said Ballroad Hidings Real Estate and premises.
mentioned In the said morttfaue. and above descrloed.
will It exposed lo sale entire and In one lot. and the
following terms and conditions will be observed liiibe
mnklnu tit'thA sulil MM A
j ue puronaser wiu pv rciu"cu w ij w vww
of lb putchsse money In cash at the time of the
.. . . ... . - .... I n A A - MIA AAA
sate, ana in case any oi m uumers ui auv
ot the bonds or the coupons due and payuh e upon thJ
kIh luiniia of the Tyrone and Clearfield KailrOad COtri-
tianr. and soon red by the mortgage executeu or me saia
Company to, the said John Edgar Thomson, Trustee as
Aur.Hjtiii. ahAil iwunniA nutttliMMers by themselves, or
witb others of the said premises at the s'uld sale, that then
the Bald holders oi the saia uouus or coupons uiny ior
the reaidue of the said Durcbase money make payment
within twenty days alter said sale, either in whole
or in nan nv transferrins ana uui'vertug to me saiu
John Edgar Thomson, Trustee a aforesaid, tlie said
bonus or coupons, or by receipting upon tne saiuo ior tne
amount that may be so bid by him or thein. Iu
wnoie or in part oi tne said Daiance oi me aniu purcnase
niiini v. to be estimated for the nuruose ot such pay
ment at the rate or value ol the dividend or share oi the
said poichaae money which the said holders of tho said
bona or coupons may oe respectively eunueu w re
ceive according to tbe terms of said mortgage, tor
which share or dividend the said delivery and trans
fer ol or a receipt upon tbe said bunas or coupons snail De
ueemea ana taken to be a uiocnarge ana acquittance;
and the balance of the said purchase money, If any , shall
ue paiu uy uie saia paity so puicuasing in easn, witntu
twenty days alter the date of saie. to the said Trustee.
nuu u uie saiu premises suau ne purcoaaea ai
the said sale by par tie other than Uie holders or owners
ot tbe said bonds or coupons as before mentioned, then
... ". .wo ui saiu purcuase money uiai mny r
main alter tbe said
to be paid at the time oi said sale, shall be paid to the
Ulld truttee. In cash lliln iwa-v ilava IhurAaCur
lipon the payment or adjustment of said ourchase
money, as hurelnheiore mentioned, the said trustee will
execute and deliver to thf ptitchuser or purchasers ol
me m auee oi tne premise aroresaia. in pur
MllIllU'M Ot tllB IKIWHr MnA Bl.t n...l . .. n ,.
Any lurtber information in ro-n, ... .i.i ..i.
mises, may be had upon application to the undersigned
trustee. ,tn" ','u,,,' the Pennsylvania Itailroad
leuipauji v. n r.. , inunuwt I'linaaelphla.
JOUN ElJUAK THOMSUN. Trustee.
,im..ali.0,''';,MH THIRD Street.
. M vl1,0.M.A8,,N8' Aucthmeera.
10 2 nitMm Hos U!i aud 141 . lOUKUl Birect,
INSURANCE COMPANIES. .
IIKLAWAJiE MUTITA f, HAr tTY IN8UKAN
1 tOMI'ANY,
INCORTOJtTFD UY TllB LFdlSLATCBE .
IFNNTI.VANIA. lKSft.
OFFICE 8. K. tOBNEIt 'IIURD AND WALKTJT
81 HI-K IS, I iltl.AIKI,rillA.
MARINE IhMJKCK
ON VFSSt.1,8,1
l ARtio, To all parti of the w
E IlElljHT J
T5LAKD INStTRAVrEfl
On Goods by ltlyer t anal, Lake, and Land Ca
an pari m tne union.
KlftK IM?UKACtH
On Verrbandl se iienera lv.
On btoros, Dwelling llouscf, eto.
ASSETS OF TvTk COMPANY
hoynmber 1, 1W.
100 pno United States ft per cent, loan, 7t....1noO-Ofi
mm a !.... us luotw
SOOOW " 1 1-10 per eent. loan,
Treasury Kotos 1043V500
100 000 State ot i ennsylvonla Five Fer tent
Loan M.MS-
64,000 State of Pennsylvania blx Per Cent.
Loan i... 63 250-
125.CC0 City of Philadelphia Six Per Cent.
Loan ,. 112,811 M
20,000 Pennsylvania ftatlroad First Mort-
gate His. Per Cent. Hotiils 80,000 00
29,000 Pennsylvania Railroad Second Mort
gage Six l et Cent. Bonds 23,750 to
S3 000 tV estern Pennsylvania Ral road Mort
gage Six Per Cent. Horn! 13,750 M
15,000 mill Shares Stock Uermanlown On
t'C'fnpanv. principal and Interest
guaranteed by the City 01 Phila
delphia .. 13,137 SO
7,150 14 shares Stool. Pennsy.vai. la Bail-
ro tl i ompsny 8.5304
6,000 1CA Shares Stock North Pennsylvania
Kailroad Company (,250-00
40.IK0 DenoHlt wlih 1'nlted States Govern
ment, snh Ject 'o ten days' ca 1 40,000-00
30 00 State of Tennessee Five Per Cent.
Loan 18.900 00
170 700 Loans on Bonds and Mortgage, flist
lions on City Property 170.700-00
1,030,850 Far. Market valno IflM.WO On
iteai i.state.... ,i,iii;mk)
Hills receivable lor In u ranees made, lil.012 37
llalancesdue at Agencies,- Premiums
on Marine Policies. Accrued Inte
rest, and other debt due the Com
pany 40.511-44
Scrip and Stock of sandry Insurance
and other Companies, 133. Esti
mated value
1,91000
Cash In Hanks...
Cash in Drawer.
.55,9.16 Bit
biS-48
86,K15ffI
11.253 W i 18
DIRECTORS.
Thomas C. Hand.
Samuel K. stokes,
J. F. Penlstnn,
John C. Davis,
t (Imund A. Sonrter,
Theonhllns Panldmir.
iienry moan,
William U. Honlton,
F.dward Darlington,
H. Jones brooks,
Edward Latourcaoh,
Jacob P. Jones.
James B. McKarhuid,
Joshua P. Eyre,
Spencer Mcllvaln,
J. B. Semnle, Pittsburg,
A. B. Bergnr. P'tuburg.
T). T. M nrcan. Plttahnra.
John K. Penrose,
'
vnijivs jrauuair,
Ilenry O. Dallett, Jr.,
J ernes C. li and
William C. Ludwlg,
Joseph H. Seal,
(George C. Lelper,
Hugh Craig,
Hubert Hunon.
John D Taylor,
THOMAS C. HAifll, Presioent,
JOHN C. DAVIS, Vloe Picaldent.
secretary. pj 13
IlENBT LTLBl'BN,
NORTH AMERICAN TRANSIT
INSURANCE COMPANY,
No. 133 S. FOURTH Street
PHILADELPHIA.
Annual Policies Issued against General Accidents
descriptions at exceed! ngly low rates,
Insurance effected for one year. In any sum from 0100
to tin , C00, at a premium of only one-half per cent, secu
ring the full amonnt Insured In coso of death, and com
pensation each week equal to tbe wbole premium paid.
Short time TltkcU for 1, 2, 1, 6, 7, or 10 days, orl, 3. o
6 months, at 10 cent s a dny. Insuring In the sum of 3000
or giving 15 per we?k If disabled, to be had at the Gene
ral Office, Ho. 133 8. FOURTH Street. Philadelphia, or a
tho various Ballroad Ticket offices. Be sure to purchase
the tickets of the North American Transit Insurance
Company.
For circulars and further Information apply at th
General Office, or of any of the authorized A irnnta ni th
Company.
uwiti i, riuujrr. rresiaent.
JAJ1FS Af. COMt.VD, Treasurer.
H K . RY C. BliOWN, Secretary.
JOHN C. BULLITT. Solloltoi.
DIRECTORS.
L. Tj. Houpt, late of Pennsylvania Railroad Concnany.
M. Baird. of M.W.Baldwin A Co. . ' '
Sotnuol C. Palmer, Cashier ol Commercial Bank.
Blchard Wood, Ne. 3K9 Market street.
James 51. Conrad, No. 623 Ai arkci street,
J. K. Klngsly, Continenml Hotel
11. G. Lelsenrlng, Nob. 237 and iM Dock street.
Samuel Work, ot Work. McLouch & Co.
George Martin, No. 322 Chesnut st.cet. 11 3 ly
PHE PROVIDENT
Life and Trust Co.,
OF PHILADELPHIA.
Incorporated bv the State of PennsvlvanlaThlrd Mont
22d,lW.5, INSliRhS LIVF8, ALLOW" lM'tUKoX OS
DEPOSITS, AND GRANTS ANN UITIE9.
CAPITAL, 150,000.
UIRECTORg.
Samuel H. Shipley, Richard Cadhurv,
Jen mlah Hacket, Henry Haines,
Joshua H Moirls, T Wislar Brown,
Richard Wood, William C. Longstretb,
Charles F. Coffin.
SAlll EL ft bill PLEY, President
Rowland Pakuy, Actuary.
office. 7 28 ly
No. Ill S. FOURTH Street.
1829. CHARTER PERPETUAL.
FRANKLIN FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY
Of rUlLAPKLFUIA
AS BETS ON JASCART 1, 1865, 2,501,207-O4.
CAPITAL Htsl.OCO
ACCRUED bUBPLUb w7 (W0
PREMIUMS 1 lu,4AI
Unsettled Claims. 12,745. Income (or 1RH5, ,1Ul,VuO
LOabES PAID SINOE 1829, QVk.il S.OOU.DOO.
PERPETUAL ANT TEMPORARY POLICIES ON
LIBERAL TERMS.
TIRROTOKfl S
CHARLES N. BANCKEIt, ISAAC LEA,
TOBIAB WAGNEU,
EDWARD C. DALE.
tSA.M I'Cl, UHSN I,
JACOB K. KM1TH.
GEORGE W. RICHARDS
GKOKGtO F ALES.
ALFHED FITLEH.
KKAS. W. Lf.WIS. M. D.
t li A KLES N. BANCKEB, PresidenL
luwAitu u. UAL-,, vice r-resment.
Jaiies W. McAllistek. Secretary pro. tern. 13 ib 12
pHCEN'IX INSURANCE COMPANY OP
X PHILADELPHIA.
INCOKI OKATED 1804-CHAETER PERPETTTAL,
No. 2-24 WALNUT Street, opposite th Exchange.
In addition to MARINE and I.MAKD INSURANCE
this Company Insures irom loss or damage by FIRE, on
liberal terms, on buildings, merchandise, furnltur. etc.,
for limited period, and permanently on buildings, by
deposit ot premium.
Tbe Company has been In active operation for more
than HIXi V YE.v RM. during which all lowes have been
promptly adjusted and paid.
PIBKOTOK.
Joba L. Bodge,
William McKee,
M. B. Muhoney,
JotL, T. Lewis,
William S. Grant.
Robert W Learning,
tl. f'Wrk WliMrtnn.
uiwrencs Lewis, Jr.,
David Lewis,
Benjamin Ettlng,
Thomas H. Powers,
A. R. McHenry.
Edmond Castilion,
Hamuel Wilcox.
WCCUEREH, President.
Paudki. Wilcox, Secretary.
a-ialr
FIRE 1NSU1UJNCB EXCLUSIVELY. THE
PENNSYLVANIA FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY
Incorporated 1825 Charter Perpetual No. 610 WAL
NUT Street, opposite Independence Hnuare.
This Company, lavorably known to the community for
over forty years, continue to Insure against loss or
damage by fire on Public or Private Buildings, either
permanenty or tor a limited time. Also on Furniture,
Stock of Goods and Merchandise generally, on liberal
terms.
Their Capital, together with a large Surplus Fund, Is
Invested In the most caretnl manner, which enable
them to oiler to the Insured an undoubted leeurityln
the cast oi loss.
DWEUTOK".
Daniel Smith, St.,
John Devereux.
Alexander Benson,
laao Halchnrst,
Thomas smiux,
Henry Lewis,
J. GiQlngham Fell.
l noma siooius
Daniel tladdock, Jr. .
DANIEL smith, )., president.
William O. Cb
Heoretaty.
I301y
It K
1N 8UBANC
E,
XHJS HO
OME INMURANCE COMPANY
OJT PHILADELPHIA,
No150 8. FOURTH Street.
Charier PerpetuaL Authorized Capital, 1500 000
Paid-up Capital, llMUWp.
Insmes against losa or damage by FIRE on buildings,
either permanently or lor a Ll-MITED period. Also oq
MERCHANDISE generally and Household Furniture,
city or countiy.
UIBECTORS. . .
James Brown, i ihomasittmher, Jr.,
Chanea A. Duy,
Wm. 1. l ewis,
William B. Bullock,
V in. M. Needle.
Inl.ri ll 'lavliir.
Henry S, MoConib,
LUUIUVI Viuiill,
Chaa P. Bayard,
J. lllliboru Jones,
John Woodanle.
BROWN, President.
JAMBS
CIlAn
A. DUY, Viee President.
50 lj
TltOai AH Nf lLON, Bcvreiary.
. .. INSURANCE COMPANIES.
Jl E M.O V A L.
THE OFFICE
oi
WILLIAM W. ALLEN,
AGEuT FOB THE
'ORIGINAL
TRAVELLERS' INSURANCE COJIPANY,
OT HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT,
Tbe Olrfrst and Most Reliable Accltlen j
gurauce Company la Amorictt,
NEW .TuLAND MRE INSURANCE COMPANY
OF HARTFORD, COHMECTICCT,
HAS BEEN REMOVED FROM No. 404
TO
No. 1O0 WAT.NUT ST UK FIT,
ll?7mwltjl DI3ECTLY OrPOSlTB
SHIPPING.
fffu Toil NEW ORLEANS
it
AND SAVANNAH DIRECT.
FIKST CABIN FASSAGE TO NEW ORLEANS ,
TCETY DOLLARS. $40.
THE NEW STEAMSHIP MISSOURI,
JAMES SHERMAN, Commander,
Will sail from NEW TORE, 8 ATf RDAT, January 6,
carrying passengers at above low rates.
The well-known and popular steamstilp M ATANZA 8.
William Leihkoanq, Commander, will follow Janu
ary IS.
FOR SAVANNAH DIRECT-Weekly Line.
The splendid new steamship BAN JACINTO, CaDtaln
Lovclond, will sail Saturday, January 6. and be succeeded
by the SAM BALTADOK, Captain Atkins, Saturday,
January 13.
For 1 Ickets apply to
II. L. LEAF,
No. 320 CHESS UT STREET.
GARRISON A ALLEN, No. 8 BowJng Green, New
York. lit)
gff n.H ,1 ; 1IL IMPORTANT NO-
'iUi. Oi-ABOAKD AND ROANOKE RAILROAD
OPEN.
CHAKOE OP HOTTt. '
On and after Thursday next t80th November) the
steamers ot the OLD BAY LINK will leave BALTIMORE"
tl FOKTRESS MONROE and NORFOLK at K o'clock
P. M.
e now offer to the publlo, by this route, unsurpassed
accommodations. In having two such steamers a tbe
'1HO.MA8 KLL-M and AIlEf AIDK.
Passenkers leaving Baitimore at iH o'clock P.lf. will
arrive at Norfolk In time to connect witb the Jam
River steamers lor CITY POIN t' and RICH MONO.
Tbe Seaboard and Roanoke Railroad being now open,
this is the omy line by which connections can be made
with It at Portsmouth for Huflbli. Blackwntcr. Edonton,
Plymouth. Weldon. Kalcinh. Uolrlsboro Newoern. Wil
mington, and all points on the irreat southern route.
Pas.iengers going to any point south ot Norfolk will
And this to 1a Uie tuost txvi dilwut and the chtateit
route.
Fare from Philadelphia to Fortress Monroe.... ....$7 7
" " Norfolk 7 7
" " City Point, 10 a
k . " Richmond 10
Ibrongh tickets from Baltimore to Weldon, N. C, $11
onlv.
Through Itckels can be obtained at all the depots of
the principal Northern, Kastern, and Western cities,
and Washington Clty.D. C.
lie particular to procure ticket by the old-established
BAY LINE 1
Mute Rooms and Meals extra.
Ihe State Room accommodations are unsurpassed,
and the table well supplied.
Passengers taking tne 8 A.M. train from New York,
have ample time to dine in Balt'more.
Passengers leaving Philadelphia at 8-11 or 11 50 A. M.,
will connect with this line at Balt'more.
Passengers leaving Washington at 1 1SF. M. will con
nect witn this line at Baltimore.
Passenpers and their baggage transported free between
railroad depots and steamers.
M. N. FAT.L. .President,
R. D. JAMAR Oenerul Pauaciigor Agent, PliLa.
November 30 I860. 1129
HAMTl.r.'S PASHAfiK flWPir'P'
iLlJiFOR LIVERPOOL AND CORK DIRECT. '
1I10 llrnt-clana lull uowereil Clvde bunt Iron scraw
Steamships, o' this Line tegnlarly
EVEltY WEDNESDAY I UROCOflOUT THE YEAR
FIRST CABIN (through from Philadelphia) (Ml-vO
STU.RAOE do do do $35 00
PAYABLE IS PAPER MONEY,
FOB
LONDONDERRY, BFXFAST, DUBLIN, GLASGOW
OR LIVERPOOL.
CABIN (according to location; 90, 80, and l
8TH.EKAUE 30t:
All payable In paper money, and booked throegu ire
from Philadelphia to any 01 the above ports.
Parties about visiting the old country will find it t(
theli advantage to call on the undersigned before en
gaging elsewhere, as they can seeure cboice berths, aw
save their railroad expenses to New York.
For passage, apply to W. A. HAMILL,
No. 217 WALNUT Street, up stairs.
Drafts iARUf d for any amount payable In any part of
Kngland, Ireland, Scotland, and Wa.os, or ou the Con
tinent til
tJPPU. S'fKAM TO LIVBKPOOI
2iyLlACalllng t yrEKNSTOWN. The InmanLlne,
tailing Ml WEEKLY, carrying the U. 8. Mail.
ETNA, Saturday, Decembe r 30.
CITY OK MANCHESTER, Wednesday, January S.
EDINBURGH. Saturday. January i.
At noon, from Pier 44 North River.
BATES O PAftSAGR.
First Cabin 90-00 Steerage I3I-0
First Cabin to London US (XI Steerage to London. ...14 00
First Cabin to Paris. . .108-00 Steerage to Pari 40-00
Passenger also forwarded to Havre, Hamburg, Bre
men, Ac, fec. at moderate rate.
Passage by the mall steamers, sailing every SATUR
DAY, payable in gold Passage by the mlu week
steamer, payab e In United states currency.
Passage by the Wednesday steamers 1 Cabin, $00,
Steerage. 3S; payable in United Ktate currency.
hteerage passage from Liverpool or Qneeuntown, $30
gold, or its equivalent. Tickets can b bought here by
person Rending for their friends.
For further information apply at the Company's Office
JOHN O. DALE, Agent.
Bo. Ill WALNUT Street. Philadelphia.
-rr a. FOR NEW YORK. DESPATCH
air iii 1 - ' iiiiii'Vi nd bwlftsure Linns, via Delaware ana
luimuu l anal, the steamers or toese line are leaving
daily at 12 o'clock as., and t o'clook P. M., from third
pier above Walnut street
For lrelght, which will be taken on accommodatta
tetmi, apply to WILLIAM M. BAIHD A CO., No. 1J4 b.
DELAW A KE Avenue.
COAL.
JAMES O'BRIEN,
DEALKE tN
LEHIUH AND SCHUYLKILL
COAL,
BY IHE CARGO OR SINGLE TON.
Yard, Broad Street, below Fitzwater.
Baa constantly on hand a competent tinpply of the
above superior Coal, suitable lor family use, to
wliton lie calls tho attention of hi lrlonda and the
public frcnerally.
Ordor Jolt at Wo. 20t5 S. Fi'th street, No. S2 S.
Seventeenth street, or through Despatch or Post
Unlce, promptly attended to
A SUPIvRlOK QUALITY OF BLACKSMITHS
COAL. 7 Sly
G
11 E A T
II E DUCTIO X
IN GOOD FAMILY COAL.
$N A TON FOR LARGE NUT COAL.
9 A TON FOR STOVE AND HEATER COAL,
AT
ALTKJl'S COAL YAUD,
No. W7 NINTH STREET, B ELOW CI HARD AVENUE
Branch Office, corner SI XTI1 and SPRING GVRDEK
Streets.
1241m
ryllK 8TA31P AGENCY, NO. 304 CTIESXUT
1 yBKKT. ABOVE THIRD, Hilt BE CONTINUED
if FKKTOrOHE,
f M1'H of kVF.RY DESCRIPTION CONSTANT LY
Om. UAND, ASD lii AN 1 AMOL'NT. . Jl U
RAILROAD LINCS. .
HII,ArKI,PHIA. WILMINGTON, AND DAL-
. TIMUltK BAlLKOI.
. , 1 IM R TABU!.
...... mv, .i.n 1 , "v'i-ir 1 f , . irmn-will
leave L .pot comer BROAD Street and WASHINGTON
Avenna, as lollow 1
1 nrfaa 1 rain itlMl. M rv....,
Baltlmoi and Washington, stopping at wilinlngtnn,
l eri vll e, Havra-de-urace, Aberdeen, Perrj man's, and
Magnolia. '
M ay M all Train at (MS A. M. (Snnflav iptd, for
Baltlmoie slopnln at all recnlwr stations, cmineoilng
with Delaware Railroad at WLnilrrgton for tsailsbury and
intermediate station.
cxpreaa nam at I i F. M. rnunnay excepted) for
Pa tlmore and Wsslilnafon atopplng at Chntr Wil
mington F.lkton. Perrvville. and Havre-de Grace.
Exnrea Tram at 4-0 P. M. .Hnndaa aipahiaiIi a..
Balllmorn and Washington, stopping at W Umlng'on,
Newark. Flklon Nor. beast. Peri yr.lle. Havre de-Grace
Ptrrman', F.dgewooit Mairnolia, and Steminer's Ron
Night Kkpnws at H-ifl P. M tor Hi tlmore and Wah
( gton. (topping at Chester Wllmlng'on Newark, Eik
ton, orlbeast Perryvl le, and Havre de Grace.
I'assengeis by Host Irom Baltimore lor F iRTBES
MONROK NOKFOI K. CITY POINT and RICHMOND
v.ui use tne ri-ia A. M ltsin.
As an adilltlnnal arcnminndatlnn for thnae tinldln
ticket for these point a Special Car will leave the
i niianeipnia iiepor at II 4i A. M , connecting at tirav s
Ferrv with tbe Womlng F.Tpreaa ttaln from. New York.
ll.M I M IOJ At't UMMIIDATIUN'
Stonttlntf k 1 All atu llnm knlwniin PhllAili.lr.hlA an1
Wllinington.
l eave Philadelphia at 11 IS A. M . I 30, S-00 T 09. and
lo-n p. M. Ihe S 30 P. M. train connects with Delaware
Railroad for Milord and Intermediate stations.
Leave W.'niuigton at ItKl, S 14, and t)3tf A. M.tlCv
and 4 MP..
Train, for Mew Cast! tear PhilAitnlntila at a-ls A. M
I JO and 5 CO p M.
THROUGH TRAINS FROM BAL-TI WORE.
I.PHVA Wllmlnirtnn At 19 (Ml M . 4 27. R IR. And D IM
P. M. "
I HItKItK rOR PHILADDLPHIA.
Leaves Cheater at 8 01. 8 SR. and lu ll A. M i P2-2A. 1 13
4 69, 6 34, anrt38F. M. . .
tltna Slli'l IJHUttfi 1 rillLAPKIjrH A,
Leave llaltlmnrA R')S A. M . Wir Mall- 110 P M
FxDress:4-IO P. II.. Wat TrAliil 8 1A P. It.. Kinnui
M P. M., Ixpress
iitAiia rwn UALiumitin
Leave Chester atg M A. M , 1 60 and 11-10 P. M.
Leave Wllm ncuin ai S'la Bin 1 H.illi klllP 11.
12 US A. M. '
BUNUAT THAINN.
Express Train At 4 US a. M mr llaltlmnna anil W..k.
Ingiou, stopping at Wilmington, Perryvlllo, Uavre dc
urnco, Aiwraeen, rrrryman s, ana Miuno'ia.
xiiciik cAuri-as at 11 1.7 tr m. ior usiiiinore ana wasn
Ingion. stopplmr at ( hesier. Wllmttiuton. Newark, r lit.
ton. Northeast. Perrvville and Havre de Grace,
Accommodation Train At 10 P. M. Inr Wl.mlnitnn And
way stations.
iiAi.1 i.Tiunc run ri'iLiAiicLit'tii .
Leave Baltimore at 9"25 H. M atnnnlnir At ITavta Hv
Orace, -J'errvviile and Wl mlngton. Also stops at Elt
ton and Newatk (to take Pssengeia tor Philadelphia,
and leave pawengers irom Washington or Baltimore),
miu nroitr to leave passengers irom Baltimore or
Washington.
A special train will leave Wllmlnirtnn f.ir PhliArtni-
phia at 6 1(0 P. M.
Freight train with passenger car attached will leave
WilmitiKton lor Perry vll le and Intermediate stations at
6 04 P.M. II. F. KENNEY, Superintendent
KE A 1) I N ( RAILROAD.
OREAT TRUNK LINE
FROM rililiADt,l'UA TO THE INTERIOR O
A a jut M.a axj r. m .rnj i.k i i.i..
SUSOI'FHANNA. CUMBERLAND,
An WYOMiKa vin i va
AND NORTH, NORTHWEST, AND THb' CAWADAS.
M'INTtR ARRANGEMENT OF PASttjLNOER TRAINS.
. t 'ne -ouipanv nepot, at l Hilll KMN t U
and ( A1.LOWH1LL btreets, Phliadelpbla, at the follow,
lug hour i
MORNING MAIL,
At 8-00 A. M. for Reading. Lebannn. narlohnrr,
yille, JPinegrove, Tamaqua, Sunbucy, Wililamsport
Kmiiia. Rochester. Niagara Fal . Bulfalo Allentown.
v. naesnarre, rittston, lerk, larllsle, Chambersbura
Ilagerstown, etc. etc.
1 his train connects at READING with tha Imi p
svlvama Railroad tialus tor Allentown. etn. i ami .,,
tfin Lebanon Valley train for Uarrlshurg etct
PORT CLINTON wl'h Catawlssa RaUroad trains
TvinmiiiMpon, ioca naven, r um a, etc.; at HAR
moDt i iu Aunuwii ventral, umoeriana Valley
and Schuvlkl I and Susouehanna trains for Mnnh.
umbeilund, WlUiamsport, York, Chambersburg, Pin
grove, etc
n r ir,iu,uo?l r.Aritr..
Leaves Philadelphia at 3 StO P. M.. inr Beaiini? v,x.
vlllc, Hamsburg, etc., conneot'ng with Reading and.
Columbia Railroad train tor Columbia, etc.. and witk
vatawissa noiiroaa train ror Milton, WlUiauisport.
Elmira, Buffalo, eto. r '
READING ACCOMMODATION.
iave Reading at 6 0 A. M.. stooping at all way
atlons, arrives in PMiad'phia at 0-3A A, M
Returning, leaves Philadelphia at 4 30 P. M arrive la
Beading ai 7 DO P.M. .
Trains tor Philadelphia leave ITanisburg at 7-25 A. M,,
and Pottsvlile at 8-30 A. M.. arrivlnir In I'liilndninhlA a.
1 i!0 P. M. Afternoon trains leave Hsrrisburg at 1 -45
P. M.. and Pottsvlile at 'iii P.M.; arriving at Pniia-ilelpbiat7-0SP.M.
juarimourg Accommoaation leave Reading at I IS A.
M. aud Harrlsburg at 900 P. M.
Market tra.n with a Passenger car attached. Iravai
Philadelphia at 12'4. noon tor Reading and all way stations-
leaves Reading at 1 1 '38 A. M., and Downington at
1 2 80 P. V . fc: Philadelphia and all way stations.
All theabov trains ran daily. Honda? s excepted.
Sunday trains leave Pottsvlile at 8'Uo A. M and Phila
delphia at 3-15 P. M.
CHESTER VALLEY RAILROAD.
Passengers lor Downingtown Hnd Intermediate points
take the 8-00 A. M. and 4 30 P.M. trains from Philadel
Tilua, retamlnir from Downlnirton at 7 OA a. M. ana-
2-30 Noon.
NEW YORK EXPRESS FOR PITTSBURG AND TffH
WEST.
Leave New York at 9 ( 0 A. M. and 8-00 P. M., passing
Reading at 10 A. At., and 1-48 P. si., connecting at
llnrrlBbnrg with Pennsylvania and Northern Central
Knllioad Express Trains for Pittsburg, Chicago, Wit
liamsport, Elmira, Baltimore, etc.
i:e uming, Express Train leaves HarrTsbargon arrival
of Pennsylvania Express from Plttubarg, at Sand 0 OS
A. M., passing Reading at 4 49 and ill 52 A, M , anivina
at New York at 10 A. M. ard 2-4SP M. Sleeping Car
accompanvlng tl ese trains throng tctweeu Jraey City
and Pittsburg, without charge.
Mall Train for New York lesves Han-lwburg at P4i
P. M. Mail Train lor Hartlsbuig leaves New York at 12
Noon.
SCHUYLKILL VALLEY RAILROAD.
Trains leave Pottsvlile at 6-45 and U-i)t) A. M., and T I8
P. M., if turning ftom Tamaquaatl 33 A. M. aud 1-40 and
4 15 P. M.
SCHUYLKILL AND SUSQUEHANNA RAILROAD.
Tram leave Auburn at 7 33 A. M. for Plnegtove und
Ilnrtlsburg, and at 1-fiO P.M. lor Plnegrnve and Iremont;
returning irom Harriaburg a' 4-00 p. M., and from 'Ire
mont at 7 00 A, M. and b 00 P. M.
'ITC&E'l ft.
Through first class tickets and emigrant tickets to all
the principal points in the North and West and Canada.
Tbe following tickets are ohtu'ned only at th Ottio
ot b. Bradford, Treasurer, No. 1.7 S. Fourth street. Phila
delphia, or ol O. A. Nicolls, General Superintendent,
Reading.
COMMUTATION TICKETS,
At 29 per cent discount, between any point dostrea
for tamille and Anns
MILEAGE TICKETS.
Good tortflOO miles, between all points, at 032'SO each,
tor families and Arm.
SEASON TICKETS,
Fo three, six. nine, or twelve months, for hold
only, to ail point at reduced rates
CLF.RU YU EN
Residing on tbe line of the road will be furnished wlti
cards, entitling themselves and wive to tlcAe u at hall
tare. EXCURSION TICKETS,
From Philadelphia to principal stations, good fot
Saturday, timid ay and Monday at reduced fare, to b
had only at the Ticket Oltlee at Thirteenth and Callow-
hill streets.
FREIGHT.
Good ot all descriptions forwarded to all the abov
points from tbe Company's New Freight Depot, Broad
and Willow streets
FREIGHT TV INS.
Leave Philadelphia daily at 8-SO A. M.,12 45 noon, and
1-0(1 1 M . ior Reading. Lebanon, llarrlsourg PottavLI,
Port Clinton, and all points bevond.
mails
Close at the Philadelphia Post Office for all plaeea e
tbe road and Its branches at S A M. and ior ail principal
Stations only at i ISP. M. 8 IS
ENNSYLVAN1A CENTRAL RAILROAD,
WINTER ARRANGEMENT.
The trains of tbe Pennsylvania Central Railroad leave
the New Depot, at 1 HIKTIE'IU aud MARKET Street.
The oars oi the Market Street Passenger Railway run
to ana ftom this Depot They leave Front street
every two minutes, commencing one hour prevloui
to the time of departure of each Train, and allow about
SO minute for a trip. Their car are In waiting on the
arrival Of each Train, and connections are made with all
roads crossing M arket street.
on Snnda Cars leave Eleventh and Market street
at 6 45 P.M. to connect with Plusburg and Erie Mail,
and at 10 25 P. M. with Philadelphia Express.
Mann's Baggage Express Is located ai So. SI 8. Eleventh
street. Parties desiring Baggage taken to the trains can
have tt done at reasonable tate- npon apnl ication to him.
XfcAJNB LEAVE AND ARRIVE AT DEPOT, IHUo i-
LI1VI
Frio Fxprcss
Mail Train
Paoll Accommodation, No. 1 ..
Pant Line
Parkesburg
Harrlsburg Accommodation...,
Lancaster Accommodation
l'uoll Train. No. 2
Plitsburg and Erie Mall
Philadelphia Express
AHXiva.
Cincinnati Express
Philadelphia Expreaa
Paoli Accommodation, No. I...
Parkeshurg Iraln
at 7 30 A.M.
" 8-0O "
"10(H) "
. " 12 00 M.
. " 1 00 P. af
" 2-30 "
, " 4 00 "
, S 30 ' '
" 7 30 "
' " 11 10
. at 130 AM.
.. 7 10 "
. . 8 - Jil
" .. 0 3H "
11 2D "
. 12 SO P. M.
!' 110
4.40
,.. " 45 "
"8-40
r.rie r.xproH.,
Lancaster 'iraln
Fast Line
Paoli Accommodation, No. 2...
Day y xpress
Uarvishurg Accommodation....,
Erie Mall leave dully (except (Saturday).
ruuaiivipiia jcxpria leaves
daily
Pittsburg and
au omei
trmns nat y (except MtinaaTi. ,
The Pennsvlvauia Railroad Ooinpanv will not assum
any risk lor Baggage, except for Wearing Apparel, and
limit their responsibility to One ,H,LIudr,,dV0il.1"-ai
v..!ue. All Baggage exceeding
will be at the risk of the owner, imlea taken by special
contract . . . .
For further Information, a muui,
Sea MMa a
nd framed carda, or sPuly t ...
THOMAS 11. PARK H, Tl; lei Kni mi mib "opou
Art Emigrant iraln run aauy texuupi nuauAj-,
For
fall iufuimation astolare and Aecoiuiiiodatlon "PPlv t,
I'ltANC'lU JiUMt No. 1JJ Dock bUoct
RAILROAD LINES.
yOO, NKW YOKK.-THE OAMDKM AN9
M Amboy and Philadelphia and Trenton Rallra4
Companr s linos
FROM PHILADELPHIA TO NEW YORK
oHows'v'i?' irVm W luul ,trMt whari, will leave a
At S A. M., via Camoea and Amboy Aooommoda-'"
AI K
At B A. Al., via ( "mora and JersevCltv Expreaa OS
At 2 1' M via Camden and Ambov Expreas.. "' Sal
. , I, u ' , ...A u it ..... . ' ' a m
. i im . luifvn, auu q. n,,,iai arnoen ana A ro
boy Accommodation (Freight and Pasaeagnn.... t-tt
At 6 and 11-80 P. M., via Camuen and Amboy Ac
coinmodatlon (Freight and Paasenger), 1st class
ticket aH,
8d Ciaas Tloket " u
At 6 and 10 A. M., I and S P. M-, for Mount Holly.
Jwa?Ti,,'J'emb,r,uni MdVlnceotownj at A. SI.,
nil 2 P.M.. tor Freehold.
At 6 and 10 A. M., 12 M., S Jfl.S 6 and U-ip M., fbr Pal
myra, Rlvertou, Delanoo, Beveriy, Edgewator Burw
llngiin Florence. Bortlentown etc. The lo a. M. and
f i l"-Jl1"' run dlrBct through to Trenton
At 2. It P. M., steamboat "irenton," tor Bristol, Bar
IP (ton Beverly '0
LINES FROM KENSINGTON DEPOT WILL LEAVaT,
Klii.iu . AS FOLLOWS
.l i M A,l,0.n, M.. Kensington
.f"?.''0' Cl7 -xpres ai-oa
Vl'.-.V- (N)K''t) T,m en-Utfton and Jersey City
f ipiTR. t
exMot' d P' M" Lm "U1 run d1ir-"AVl othen Sundays
A ) iW IV11' A-J,- ? tM' no P. M., and
12 Midnight, ror Bristol. Trenton, eto.
At 7 A. M.. 10 50. , S and 6 P. M. for t ornwells, Torrla
dale, llortiesbuig. Tsi onv Wlsslnomln. BridiMbunt
Sruiedb,kUsl;uSiatJM- f0t """"""
J h P88 la ware railroad.
'he River Vallev, Northern Pcnnsrl-
Tnl a, and New Y oi-k htaie, and the Great Lakes.
Two through trains dally (Huuday exoented) from
Kensington Depot as foliov. i exoepteuj irom
AtT?m1iti,M-fnS -5f i1"' V9f 8r Fall., BttfTalo.
Dunkirk. I annndalgiia, Elinlra. Ithaca, Owega!
Rct hcster, lilngbamton, t'.wego, Syracuse Ureal
Bend, Montrose Vllkesbarre. f;craBtofi, oTidshutrg!
WaterGap. lie vldere, Eaton, l.amlertvile Fiemlnir
ton etp. Yhe 130 P. M. Line Connects dlieot with ina
leli?,e.V",0a fr M'Uh Acute wit
At S P. M. lor Lambertvllle and Intermediate Station.
For New Voik. and Way Lines leaving Kensington
Depot, take the cars on Fifth street, above Walnut half
an hour before departure. The cars run Into the Depot,
and on arrival ol each Train, run from tbe Depot.
Fifty Pounds of Peerage only allnwel eaoh Passenger.
Passengers are prohibited from taking anything as bag
gage but tbelr wearing apparel. All baggsge over nfy
pouni: to be paid for extra. The Company limit their
responsibility tor baggage to One Dollar per pound, audi
will not tie liable for any amount beyond S100, except br
special conlrsot. '
Orabam's Baggage Express will call for and deliver
baggage at the Depot. Orders to be felt at S Walnut at;
LINES FROM NEW YORK FOR PHILADELPHIA.
W 111 leave irom foot of Cortland street
At 12 M. and 4 P. M., via Jersey Cltv and t atnden.
At 7 10 and 11). A. M., p. M. and 12 Night, via Jersey
City and Kensington.
Ftom loot of Barclay street at 6 A. M. aid 1 P. It., via
Amboy and Camden.
From Pier No. 1 North river, at 12 M. t and 7 P. X
(Freight and Passenger), vln Amboy and Camden.
January ., 1866. WILLJ.AM H. UATZMEit, Agent.
"WO RTH PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD.
X Depot, THIRD Street, above Thompson.
For BETHLEHEM DOYLKSTOWN, MATTfT
CHUNK, E ASTON, W1LLIAMSPORT, and WILKJSi
BARRK.
At 7 30 A. M. (Expreaa), for Bethlehem, Allentown.
Mauch Chunk, llaxloton, Wlillamspott, and WUke?
barre.
At 3-SO P. M. (Exoress), tor Bethlehem, Easton. eto..
reaching Easton at 6-45 P. M. .
At 515 P. M., tor Bethlehem, Allentown, Maach
Chunk. Danville and Wililamsport.
For Dovlestown at 8 S5 A. M., 2-30 and 4-15 P. M.
Foi Fort Washington at 10 A. M. and 11 P. M.
For Lansda'e at 6-15 P. M .
White cars ot the Second and Third Streets Lin Cltr
Passenger Cars run direct to the depot.
TRAINS FOR PHILADELPHIA,
LeaveBethlehem at 6-25 A. M. aud 10 02 A.M., aad
Leave Doylestown at 6 30 A. M., 1-15 and 5 30 P. M.
Leave Lanrdnle at6-10 A. St.
Leave Fort Washington at lOS" A.M., and IIS P. H.
ON SUNDAYS.
Philadelphia for Bethlehem at OA. M.
Philadelphia for Dovlstown at 8 P. Sf,
Doylestown for Phi adolphla at 7 20 A. M.
Bethlehem for Philadelphia at 4 P. M.
Through Tickets must tie procuied at the ticket office.
THIRD Street, or BERKS btrect.
S KI.I.I9 CLARK. Agent
I7KEIG11T LINES FOR NEW YORK AND
a 1 the Stations on the CAMDEN and AMBOY and
connecting ttalirouds Increased despatch.
.JU.KL'A-M,'EN ASD -AWHOY RAILROAD AND
TRANSt-oRr-ATION COMPANY FREI UHT LINEf
for New York will leave WALNUT Street Wharf at A
o'clock P. M., daily (Mundavg excepted).
, 5 I uoiivrreu ueiore ? it. m., to oe for
warded the same day. Returning, the above lines win.
leave New York at 12 noon, and 4 and 8 P. M.
Freight for 'Irenton. Princeton, Kingston. New Bruns
wick, and all points on the Camden and Amboy KaU
roadtalao. on the Bolvldere, Delaware, and Flemlnow
lon ; the New Jersey, the Freehold and Jamesburg, an
the Burlington and Mount Holly Ral.roads, received an
forwarded up to 1 P. M.
Tbe Belvldeie De'aware Railroad oonnects atPhtl
llpshurg with the Lehlirh Va'ley Railroad, and at Manuo
k a chunk with all points on tse Delaware. Lackawanna,
and Western Railroad, forwarding to Syracuse, Builalow
and other points In Western New York.
TbeNewJetvoy Railroad connecta at Elizabeth wltat
the New Jersey Central Railroad, and at N en ark wltat
the Morris and Essex Railroad.
A slip memorandum, speclt.vlng the marks and nam
bers . shippers and consignees, must, In every instance,
be sent with eac i load of goods, or no receipt will ba
given. Increased facilities have been mado lor tha
transportation ot Live Stock. Drovers are Invited to
try tbe route When stock 1 furnished In quantities of
two car-loads or more, It will be delivered at tbe foot
ot Fortieth street, near tbe Drove Yard, or at Pier No.
1 orth river, as the shippers mny designate at the time,
ot shipment. For terms, or other information, apply to
, WALT1-K FREEstAN. Fielght Agent,
111 No. 226 K DELAWARE Avenue Philadelphia.
PHILADELPHIA, GERMANTOWN, AND
NORRISIOWN RAILROAD. -. "-
On and atter WEDNESDAY, November 1st, 1865, until
tun her Notice.
. .FOK GERMANTOWN
Leave Philadelphia 6, 7. 8, 0,10. 11, 12 A. M.,1, 9.1tk
3H. 4, S S,,.7. 8 9, 10. 11, 12 P. M. . ' ' '
Leave Uermanlown 6, 7, 7X, 8,8 20, 0,10, 11, 12 A.M.
1,2 3, 4.4K.6 B. 7,8,1), 10,11P.M.
Ihe 8 21, ciov,n train, and 3H and tK up trains will not
stop on the Oeroinirtown Branch.
ON SUNDAYS.
Leave Philadelphia 910 A.M., 2, 7. 10H P.M.
Leave UeimanUiwnB A. M.. 1. 6. 9H P M. ...
CHESNUT HILL RAILROAD.
Leave Philadelphia 8, 8, 10, l2 A. M?2, S,H 8H,7,9.
Leave'chetmut Hill 7'10 minutes, 8, 9 40, 11 40 A, M.
-40, 2 40, S 40. 6-40, 8'40, and 10-40 minuteaP. M.
ON SUNDAYS.
Leave Philadelphia 0-10 minute A. M., 2 and 7 P. If.
Leave ( hoxnut 11111 7'40 minutes A. M 12 40, 8 40, and
9-25 minutes P. M
FCH CONSHOHOCKEN AND NORRI3TOWN.
Leave Philadelphia 6, 8-35 minutes,, 11-05 A.M., IX, .
4H, SH, 614,8 06 minutes, and lilt P. M.
g eavo orrlstown bh , 7, f '50, 9, U A. M.,1X,4X, 6, an!
Ihe BK P. M. train will stop at School Lane Wla
hickou, Manayunk, Spring Mill, and Conshohocken only.
OS bCNDAYS.
Leave Philadelphia 9 A. M., 'iH. and 7 P. M.
Leave Norrislown 7 A. SI., and S P. M.
FOR MANAYUNK..
Leave Philadelphia 6. 8 35 mluutog, ll'OS A. M., IM, 3.
4t 6H,6, 8-05, and 11H P.M. ....
Leave Manayunk 6Ji, 7K, 8 20, K, IDs, A. M 2, S, 6).
tH P. M.
ON SUNDAYS.
Leave Philadelphia 9 A. M., 2)4. and 7 P. M.
Leav Manayunk 7M A. M . 6, and 8 P.M.
W. S. WlLON. General Supetliitcndent.
Depot NINTH and GREEN ritroots
-1VEST JERSEY RAILROAD LINES.
If From toot of MARKET Street (Upper Fenyj.
Ilal'y, except tsundats
VaLL AND WINTER ARRANGEMENT.
Commencing WEDNESDAY, November 15, 18M.
For Brldguton, Salem, and all Stations on West Jersey
and "aleni RaUroads, at 9 A. M. aud j-ay p. M.
Ko.-Jailiville and all Intermediate Station, at 9 A. K.
audit. SI.
For Cape May and Intermediate Stations at 0 A. M. to
Mlltvllle, connecting with FrclghtTraln Passenger Car
attaobed tor cape May, due 3 45 P. M., and S P.M.
through I'asseuger oue 8 P. M.
For wtassfioro an 1 Intermediate Stations, at 9 A. M., - -and
S 30 P. M.
For Woodbury, Gloucester, etc., at 9 A. M., t, t S8
and 5 SO P. M.
Freight train will leave Philadelphia, from Bandford'a
wharf, at 10 A. M ., and Camden at 12 M.
J. VAN RKNsSEIaER. Superintendent,
THE WEtsT JERSEY EXPRt-SS COmPaNK
will attend to all the usual branches of express business,
reoeive, deliver, and forward through other responsible)
Express Companies, to all parts oi the country, any
article intrusted to them.
A ttpt'clttl Messenger accompanies each through train.
Ofnee, No 6Waiuttfoet 916 9in
ififtK ITH1 LADELPHIA AND ERIB
lODiJ RAILROAD.
This great line traverses the Northern and ITotthwe
counties ot Pennsylvania to the env of Krle, on Lake)
File. It has been leased and it Is operated by th Penn
sylvania Railroad Company.
TIME OF pAoBENGe.HTKAlN'8 ATPHILADILPHUU
Arrive Eastwaid tie Mail Tram 1-00 P. M.
' Erie Express Train, 11-10 A. M.
Leave Westward Erie Mill Train, 7 20 P. M
Erie Exnres Train, 7-20 A. M.
Passenger cars run through on the Krle Mall and
Express Trains without cnange, both way, between
Philadelphia aod Erie.
NKW YORK CONNECTION.
Leave New York at 6 (Mi PH., arrive at Erie at S17 A.M.
l eave Erie at I'M P. M.. arrive at New Yoikl IS P. M.
No change oi cars between Kile and New York.
logant vleeplug Caia on all Night Trains.
For Information respecting pamtenuer business, apply
at T11IKTI E TH and M ARK ET streets, Philadelphia.
And tori lrelght business ot the Company's lAgenta-a
S. B Klnnston. Jr., corner THIBTKB'' H and MlK
KET Streets. Philadelphia : J. W. Reynolds, Erie; Wil- .
1am Brown. Agent, N O. U. rt"""""'?-., . .
H. H. HOrs'i ON, General Freight Agent. Philadelphia.
II. W. GWINN KB. General Ticket Agent.Phlludelphla.
t JOg n. POTTS General Manatrar. Wililamsport.
ALFEtTD L. TYLER, Uenral Supenutc-uduut. I

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