TITE DAILY ' EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, APRIL' '1888..
INTERESTING FOREIGN ITEMS.
Thh Prrss in Faanc.. A recent French state
ment Is thug summed up br an English lournal:
"Thorny are tho paths trod by frentleinen ot the
press tu France indcr Napoleon 111. Durin?
the year which has just terminated thero haVe
Wen twenty-one warnings, sixteen trials tol
Uowed by condeuitmtions, two soizurps, tour
suppressions, and two 'Interdictions of terri
tory,' to say nothing of the capricious confisca
tions to which foreign journals are daily ex
posed. The Judicial condemnations of 1805
represent in fines 10,176 francs (not including
law costs), and in imprisonment eltrbt year?,
four months, and twenty-one days. Editors
have haa to pay Cl'i.l franc, and to utnlerRO
tipht months of prison; printers. 1260 Iranrs
and three months and fllteeu days or prison, and
writers, 2H00 trancs and seven years, tive
months, and six days of prison. The chief re
sult ot this severity has been to confer import
ance on individuals who would otherwise have
been insijrolticHnt. and to give a wide circulation
to writings which otherwise would have been
Servants' Gbatuitt h. The Paris correspon
dent of the London Star writes: -"One of the
fractional miseries of Paris lite undeuiably is
the txmr-boire which custom compels you to
liana to every cabman, waiter at the restaurants,
bojUteepers at the theatres, etc. A traveller,
recently arrived, calculated that by this system,
a day in Purls costs, at the 1 jwest computation,
4f. 60c. in pour-boirc. Statistics inform us that
the sum daily received in theie crashes at
cafes, theatres, restaurants, hotols. ruTF!iiy tor
mini, and public conveyances, amount to one
million that i?, 10.000, which, multiplied by
365 days, will produce one hundred aud sixtv
tive million francs in tlie year, and this is iu
Paris aloue. The audacity with which these
rxmr-boiiTS are insisted on is something startlmcr.
I subscribed to a (jovernuient paper a short time
since. Three days alter having paid my sub
scription, the oflire messenger called to demand
his pour-ooire. Woe to mo had 1 rolused this
A Strono Room. A strong room recently
constructed for a London Bank is thus de
scribed: The walls, two feet thick, are formed
of hard bricks, laid in cement, and wltb hoop-iron
worked in. The room in lined throughout with
wroupht iron half an inch thick. Tiiere are two
.doors the outer a strong iron one with two
locks, and the inner one of combined steel and
iron of extraordinary strength, with two locks
thiowing ten bolts. A fate placed inside, weigh
ing cicht tons and throwing twenty bolts, con
tains the cash and securities. An alarm in the
resident clerk's bed-room is attached to the
inside oliuv" strong room, so that if the outer
door is opened a gong is set going. A porter
sleeps on a bed in front of the outer door, and
by pulling a handle he can set the al irm oil' if
necessary, and thero is a watchmua always on
Use of tub Barometer at Sea. The English
papers mention the fortunate .escape of) the
steamer Went Indian from the storm in winch
the London and Amalia foundered in January,
IMG. Captain Kiddle was warned by the baro
meter ot an approaching cyclone, when he Judi
ciously waited lor it to puss, aud thus narrowly
escaped the storm, us appears by the following
extract from the ship's lot; :
Date. Lat Lou: Winds. Forco. Noon. Alt. Sky at
1806. N. Vf. Bar. Ther. Noon.
Jan. 9 47-38 30 13 W.8.W. 6 30l.i0 5ft eg a.
" 10 48 4 2V10 M. bT W. 8 29 700 M c g.q.h.u.
" 11 4NT5 22 34 N. 6 30-170 6J b
"Borate all night on the lOtb to allow a cyclone to
cross the bows; barometer fell to 29 AO, wHb the wind at
north, when I stopped engine! at 8 P. M. At 0 P. M. it
commenced to rtae, and the wind veered to N. E. by
towards morning it backed again to north."
A New IIousEsnoa. A Paris blacksmith has
invented a new system of shoeing horses. In
stead of the shoe being placed on the hoof, and
burning its own resting-place, the outside of tae
hoof is cut away around the foot to the depth of
half an Inch; this leaves a ledge, into which the
shoe fits, and is then flush with the frog, which
just touches the ground, instead ot being
raised, as of old, by the shoe. The advantages
of this arc that the foot is little pared, and that
instead of a heavy shoe the animal is shod in
what are little more than racing plates. The
advantages claimed by the inventor are, that
the horse never slips, that the shoe allows the
foot to expand naturally, and that it lasts us
long, aud is as cheap as the old plan.
Photogbapht in Astronomy. At a recent
meeting of the Royal Astronomical 8ocioty in
England, Mr. De La" line stated that his hopes
with regard to the use ot photography in astro
nomical observntions had been confirmed, and
that the Lunar Committee of the liritiah Asso
ciation bad resolved to make use of photographs
to prepare an accurate outline map of the moon.
Sections of these photographs, are to be distri
bated among observers, who will occupy them
selves with tilling in the details of the several
parts of the inner surfaee. A series of zones
being agreed on, each observer will huvo a zone
assigned him, at which he will be expected to
work whenever k may be visible
A TniKP'fc Letter. A thief was recently tried
in London, noon whose person was found the
"Dear Old Pal: I write these fow lines, hoping
they will tind juu in prosperity, aa it loaves me very
seedy indeed. There is nothing doni? this weather,
tor it is so eold that all tho Rents button up their
coats so clone, that there no -rutting at their
pookots; aud as to ihe laili., though they never
carry lunch -money, there's no gotting at tliolr
pockets unyhow. I am going to have a iniatth at
some jowellcr's window, and If I am lucky is will
be all right ; il not. it will be all wrong. Tboiv's
one thing I loryot, I Hacked a goodisli muny lowls
and a goo-e or two at Chrudmns. So no more at
present, lroin your old J ul, Joshua Wuitb."
Reformation op Stuvrt Boys. Two Important
protects lor reiorminir the street boys haveboen
Bturted in London; one to gel a training ship
from the Admiralty for boys who ure willing to
p to sea; the other, to fit up a Louse with about
titty ucros ol land, for training those boys who
are not tilted lor sea to ai'rirultnrnl pursuits.
Theue schemes require considerable lands lo
siart them, but one gentleman tias promised
100 to help in starting the country home, anil
the contribution." received uiuouiil to 176.
The I'oik's Prayer. The followiug prayer,
according to the Paris Monde, was composed
by the Pope himself (the original is in
Latin): "Protect this citv, O Lord, aud let
Thy it ntre Is guard ltd walls; in Thy mercy
hear Thy people; turn awuy Thy wrath from
Thy people, tor we ure tur,iiu-iu'il by the
league of our eneinie', who tlory in their
strength. But crush their power and scuttor
them, that they my learn that none but Thou,
O Lord, are fighting on our side."
Penalty fob Working on a 8aint's Day. A
Protestant has juft been fined one franc in Paris
lor working; on Ail 8uint Day. An appeal was
mnde to the Correctional police, but tho court
declared that the lact being proved, aud All
Saints' Day being one of the public holidays re
cognized by the iStuto, the churgo constituted an
inlraction of the law ot November 18, 11 1; and
it consequently continued the i.revious decUiou.
The appeal ts to be carried still higher.
WnoLESAtB Slaughter. At a recent bunt
in the north of Eniflaud, 4011 pheasants ami
6000 hares and rabbits were slaughtered.
It is estimated that the number killed were
about one-third the nuiaber reared, so that
iu the preserve there must have been 14,ooo
pheasants and 15,000 hares and rabbits. To
jtrow grain for the support ot t be birds would
require the cultivation of 210 acres, and for the
bareB aud rabbits 1100 acres.
Thb British Busaet. Some of the London
papers are dlssatisded with the estimates lor the
military service, because the reduction is only
JtlO.000 in all. But the Patriot comforts itself bv
saying that "the army is gradually disbanding
iicii, recruits are not to be got on existing
terms, and that will be increasingly tbe case as
the intelligence and prosperity of tho laboring
classes inereaKe." Pretty soon emigration will
ue iouuu to ten in tue same airectiou.
Cor-T of the Mexican Expedition. A French
ofheial return shows that the Mexican exDedi
tion has cost France, up to the 31st of Decoinber,
i Hon, no leHS a pum ttian 27,000,000 sterling,
lb losses in the French forces, land aud sea.
have been 11,414 men, namely: -Killed, 3I1VJ:
died from wounds or etlecU of climute, etc.. 4 )IM:
m .1.1. i r nr. inn.. .... ..... '
uieuuieu lor uit-, jiwi intiu total, 1 1,4 14.
STjN-ProT.- An Knglish astronomer, Mr. Oco.
F. lUirder, of (Hilton, writ that a spot, or
rather a cluster of spots, of very unusual size,
may now be seen on the sun's disc. It is bo
large as to be conspicvously visible to the raked
cje when the sun is looked at through a colored
or smoky glass, or through a log of suitable
CAMBRinoB and Harvard. Tho London Har
has this squib:
CAMBRIDGE AMD HARVARD.
. When Cambridge lotis, with Tory air,
their scorn el 1 bnmpson's boon declare,
'I he world will read their answer thus
"bhall big U.S. teach littlo tut"
Archaeological. A Sicilian arclnvologlBt, Slg
nor CBvallari, is superintend ine the excavations
recommended on the site of the Phoenician town
of Solunt. Throe streets have already been dis
covered. The gloss utensils tound during those
excavations, maDy of which have Greek inscrip
tions, are now in the museum at Palermo.
A New Universal Exhibition. An exhlbl
tion of the works of living artista is to take place
this summer at tho Hague. No contributions
will be received after the luth of Mav. Seven
gold medals four for native and three for
foreign artists w ill be distributed on the part of
' French Kailroam. The French (lovern
ment, after a long investigation, has adopted a
system of communication by means of electricldy
between railway pnsengers and guards, and tho
Minister ot Public Works has ordered its adop
tion on all the French railways within a year.
Roman Tombs. Queen Victoria has presented
to the British Museum one of the Roman tombs
recen'ly discovered upon tho Crown property at
Old Windsor. The other tomb is presented to
tho town of Windsor, and is to be deposited iu
the contemplated local museum.
Algerian Fruits and Vegetables. Farls is
at precent well sspplied with Iruit and vegeta
bles Irom Algeria. Green peas of the present
year's growth ore plenty in eating houses.
Strawberries are selling In the central market.
Fiji Progress. Tho Fiji Islands are making
progress. The value of the exports amounted
to 13,080 In 1802, to 13,079 in 18U3, and to
27,000 in 1804. The increase in Ihiii was owing
to the cultivation of cotton in the inlands.
Agricultural Exhibition. An international
exhibition of agricultural implements and ma
chinery is to take place at Vienna in May net,
under the Presidency of Archduke Charles
'Louis of Austria.
What England Pays for Iron Cladh. The
latest return of the cost of the iron-clad ships of
England is as follows: Yvarnor, jClilO.niiii;
Muck - Prince, 29!,00(); Defense, 217,000; lie
sistarwe, 255,000; Jiec'.or, 244,305; and Achillea,
A Jokb. Lord William Lennox's "Drafts on
my Memory" has a new bon mot attributed to
Svdney Smith. In writing to a friend, he said,
"Unfortunately the house is full of cousins
would they were once removed."
A Comic Sinukr at Auction. A comic singer
lately put himself up at auction, to the hiehest
bidder, at Glasgow, and was "knocked down"
lor 335 for an engagement of four mouths at
the Whitebait Concert Rooms.
Scarcity op Lobsters. Lobsters are eetling
scarce in Eneland. Mr. BuckUnd attributes the
scarcity to the practice of selling lobstero' eggs
in tbe markets. No esrgs, no lobsters.
The Teleoraph in Norway. The Norwegian
Parliament has lust voted a considerable sum
tor the construction of electric telegraphs iu the
north ol the kingdom.
Population op Greece. The population ot
Greece is one million two hundred thousand.
The country is ablo to sustain four times this
The Danish Navy. Tbe navy of Denmark
consists of thirty-six vessels, two Of which are
iron clad s.
Marriage op a Nun. A nun of the order of St.
Theresa has just been married to a barrister in
No More Flooding. Tbe flogging of young
lads In the British navy is prohibited hence
HAMILL'S PASSAGE OFFICE.
AMJHOKL1.NE OF BTEAMKRS."
lilUPVVIl " tl'mllltRTA
tlVKKl'OOL LONDONDEBET, BELFAST, DUBLIN,
ilEWKY, COKK, AND OLaSUOW.
KaTK.- OF PASSAGE.
PAYABLE IN 1-A1EU CUJtBF.NCY.
CA BINH au, $B0, and 70
ihe paid cekiifh.ate!
lsmed for bringing out pawenuers irom tne abore
LOWKB RATES THAN ANT OTHER LIME.
Also, to aud lrom
ALL hTATIOKS OK THE IRISH RAILWAYS,
f 1'KCIAL AOl'lC'E. PaBnenaers will take Dartlcnl.ir
noMcc that tbe "Anchor Line" is the only line vrunting
tluoupb tickets at the above rotes, lroin Philadelphia to
me pomtH rumen above, ana that tnc unarrsiKUixl iu the
only dbly authorized Agent In I hUudiliilna.
Apply to W. A. 1UMILL,
Sole Agent for "ANCHOa LINE,"
1 15 ho. 217 WAXWJT Street.
p ITTji FOR NEW YORK. FHILADEL-f-
At ilnlpli la Steam Propeller Comnany D-
ttnoU'U AwuiHure Lines, via J unaware anu jtanutu 'mull,
leaving dully at Vi M. and H P. Al., connecting with all
Northern and Enxtern lines.
For lreijilit, which will be taken npon accommodating
terms, apply to WILLIAM M. BAIRI At CO.,
3 It) S o. 1j2 3 DLLAWA UE Avenue
rro SHIP CAPTAINS AMD OWNERS. THB
A. undersigned having leaxfid the KENSI.NGTOS
KCTttW DDt. K,tieg toim'orm hlsfrrendB and the patrona
ot the Dock that be la prepared with lDcrensoa t'ucliltles
to accommodate these buying vesse s to be raised or
repaired, and being a practical ehlp-earrioiiter and
rauiKcr, wm give pem uai niienuon to tnevebwis en
lrnt.tcd to him lor rcaira.
Cai'tuina or Anentii. Klilo Carpenters, and Machinists
having vesffilg to repair, are solicited to cull.
Having the agency lor tho sale of "Wettemedt'a
Patent .Metallic C oinpocltiou" lor Copper Paint, for the
pietervatlm) of vessels' bottoms, tor this city, 1 am pre
putva to ;urnun thesanie on tavorame tennn.
JOHN H. HAW MITT.
Kons'ngton berew Dock,
1 11 DELAWARE Avenue, above LAUREL Street.
DYEING, SCOURING, ETC.
pi.EMlI STEAM SCOURKG
Ko. 510 RACE Street.
e beg leave to draw your particular attention to our
new French Meam Hcourtng Ksiablinhireut the Urnt aud
only one ol Its kind In this city. We do not dye, but by
a chemical nroettfll rcHWirA T.adlrHtV IJpntlpnu.ri'a Mill!
Children's Garments to their original suites, without
mjurluii tbini in the least, while great experience and
the Lest machinery from France enable us to warrant
periect satistuction tu ail who may tavor us with thelr
iniiuuav. ii.uir.n inr-aoLs, ui every uesciipuoii,
ltlior without 'lTimmlnga, are cleaned and tlnliliwi
without bing taken apart, whether tlie color Is gcuuiue
Ilf,i.r r'ln1ra unit XI anHIln riiptnln. T.Wi. rAAM
Carpets. Velvet. KiblionB, Kid Cloves, etc.. cleaned and
rennMied In the best manner, (ientlcinen's Hummer
anil Inter ClotLIng cleaned to perlecti. n without In
jury to the atutt Also Flags and banners All kinds ot
stains r. moved without c. tuning the whole. All orders
are executed under our immediate Munervlxiiin and
satisfaction guaranteed in every Instance. A call and
e xuujuiauou oi our process it reapectlully solicited.
ALBEDYLL & MAttX,
1 12 mths$
No. 610 RACE Street
riHE STATE N ISLAND FANCY DYEING
JL JCSTAULlfAlENT. AT THE OLD STAND.
o. N. ElOltTH Sireet, Fust side.
NO OIHFR OFFICE IN 1 1118 CITY.
With the benefits ot an experience ot nearly Ally
years on Staten Island, and tacllltlea uuenualtud hv anv
other esiablisemenl Iu tins country, we oiler superior
inaiieemeuii 10 ui"r navinii mik, wooiieu or Dauoy
tioousior jjiri.iuua cljsabsimi.
BAKRF.TT, NEPHEWS, CO.,
No. 47 N. EIGHTH Mtreet, Philadelphia,
. io. 6 and 7 JOHN Street New York,
No. 71S BKOAHWAY New York,
lilm No 2e FL'LTON Street, Brooklvn. '
EW YORK DYEING AND PRINTING
f STAlUilNliMENT. Htaten Island. Nn. lit S
This Company, so long and favorably known In New
i on mr toe pssi tony-six vears, ttuve openeo un omoc
as above Ladles' and gentlemen's varments and wear
big apparel ol every kind lived and Cleaned In the most
j.ei manner htalna and spou removed irom gunnuiili
Wlthuui bellia I luned.
Merrlisuix liaviug goods ot undesirable co' or can have
ti.eiurtujtd iu superior etla. 1 a mwibiu
T"T KITED 8IAIF.8 MILITARY JJAILBOADS
U Office op Assistant Quartrrmaster, I
Washington, I). C, March 14, 1806. )
AUCTION F ALE OF liMTF.D STATES MILL
1ARY KA1LKOAD MAI EKI Al..
Wl 1 be sold at ptibllo auction at Alexandria,
Va., on TUESDAY, April 10, 1H66.
. 2 firnt-olajta Locomotive Knpinn, 4 feet 8J-inch
taupe; cy indert, 16x22; weight, 25 tons
4 l assenger Cars.
SOIiox freight Cars.
2 Stork t ars..
4 Platform Cars.
DO Pros II lrnck Cars.
'A 'I rucks tor Freight Cats.
18 pairs Wheels on sxlcs.
2 tt am Pumpinf Engiues,
1 Hnileniiry Enrrine.
12 llendrrxon 1'umpn.
800 tons tecond-liaud Itailroad Iron (goodl.
a large quantity ol
is lit s,
Hperm CHI, etc.
20 l'.uilditips, from 10x12 to 200x40 leet.
Lot ol iiliicc furiiltiirc.
Contents ol Printing Offen.
A large quantity ol iiew isbclf Hardware
1 lleiritij? ISafft.
1 haloon car, 4 leet fiJ-lBch pan go, elegantly fin
ished and Inrnisl'.vd with blsck walnut, tntnmed
with gtecn plush; doubie trucks, with broud troud
wtieelg. (ale lo commence at 10 A. M. ,
'lerms cavh; Iu liovernmcnt Itituh.
II L. UOHINSON,
3 16 fmvi lOt Bvt. Prifc -Gen., A. Q. 11.
AUCTION fcALE OF HOSPITAL SIOKES
Vi IllcKT, IN Ra, EIO.
llKDII'AL i'UItVKYOB'S OFFtrS, I
Washikotoji, JL. C, March 21. lHtifl f
Will be sold at Public Auctiou in this city, at tbe
Judiciary r-qnare Warehouse, back of tho City Hall,
on VLD.FDAY, the lhili day of April next, at 10
o'clock A. II., the following articles of Hospital
Mores nud Liquors, no longt r reinn d for the uil
the Mccical Itpsnnient ot: the army, viz. : .
Arrow Itoot lO.WlO lbs Dcspicated l'o ta
per ley 10 000 "! tot s 100 lbs
Corn blurcl 10 000 " 'Mixed De.'C.' do. 102 "
Cocoa Cnocolato 10,000 " Whisky. otiBrt
t:inraniOi,i owd. l.OtJO '
Farina 2o,000 "
Whisky, in bbls ,
qunrt bottles. .40,0l"0
Sherry W ine,
in bbls CO
Tapioca 10 000 "
Ext. ot Bool 20.000
Conccnt'a Milk.. "0,000 "
Ciinger 1 885 "
Ext. ol Collee.... 8,702 gal
Pear a tiOOIbs
Pea Henna 2.C0O
'1 he above articles will bo sold in lots to suit not a
large aiid small pui chasers.
i erm!" ca'U.
Iivo(6)Iava will be allowed to Dartios in remov
ing their property.
laiaiOijui'B ready dy tno htn prox.
CUAS. tsU tUEKLANI,
Surgeon and 1'nrveior, U S. A.
C. W. rOTELF K, Auctioneer. 3 22 23t
BDKIAII OF ORDKASOK
Navy Dkpahtment, I
Washington City, February 28, 1808 J
SALE OK NAVY I'OW'DERS AT THE NAVI
YAKH, POKISMoUlU, N. H.
There will be Bold to the btgliest bidders, at Public
Auction, at noon, the 12th day of April, bv the
tircnanco c.fLcer at t e l ortcniouth Navv Yard. N.
il , one hundred and eiirhtj-llvo thousand nine hun
dred and sixty-nine (1S6,UOO) pounds NAVY row
LEE, as foil ws:
l.ii wo rounds cannon rowuer.
9 219 " Kitle
26.1o0 " Mnsket "
Thepe Powders will be divided into lots ol one
hundred barrels each.
i terms, one-half cash in Government funds, and
tbe remainder on the removal of tho Powders, tot
n hich a reasonable time, but not more than thirty
davs. will be allowed, the purchasers, however.
to make every exertion to remove the Powders
II. A. WISE,
8 1 thnil2t Chief ot Buroarj.
41 A N U B E.
Assistant Qtjabtjcbmaster's Office, I
I'nlLAUELPJJIA UkPOT. MaTCIl lt()lj. )
Will be sold to the highi st bidder, at Public Auc
tion, on tUESDAI,the8d day ot April, 1806, at 1
o'cmcK r. m at the oovernment tetanies,
i nLniianiiiu ana waljnui etrouts, rmia.
iunix WAOU.N l.KlVlfS us uauuis.
Termr Cash, in Ciovernmout lunds.
By order of
Brey. Brlg.-Gen GEORGE H CFOSMAN.
Assistant Or, M. 'ieneral U. S. Army.
329 it Captain aud Assistant Q. M.
LElTNvH AKD' SCHTJTLK1LL
BY HIE CARGO OR SINGLE TON.
Yard, Bread Street, telow Fifcrwater.
Has constantly on hand a competent supply oi ttit
arjove superior Coal, suttutle lor lumi.iV use, t(
which he calls the attention of his friends and the
Ordors lelt at Wo. 205 S. Filth street. No. 82 8
Beventofciitb street, or through Despatch or Post
vuice, promptly ant naea to
A KLPitlOii VLAJJUY OF BLACSSM JTHS
Jl O li E R T P. B EN D E R,
s. v,', (oi:m-:r mnn and aixowuni. sit.i.li's
Kone but the best WKST LEfHtiH, all fIzcs, ttom the
tircenwooU Colliery, on hand, and for sate for CAsIl
OKLY. 2 1116m
Alsoh"CISJE. HKATF.R, ASD i l'RNAC K COAL
Paragon Oil and Safety Lamps.
HEIGHT LlGriT THKLE QOCKS-UN CKST
No chlmneyl No smoke! No grease.
Sold by Inventors,
KELLY & NEEL,
No. Oil MARKET Street.
Also, Dealeis In Noais and Coal Oil. Maehtuery Oils,
warrttuiou uui u vuin or emu, vi a p(-r Kuuon, 3 la
Jl A It 11 1 A G E GUIDF,
BY DR. WILLIAM YOOii.
MAHR1ACE GLIDE, hy DK. WM. Y(HT;a.
SIAHltlAGE Gl IDK, by UK. WM. VOl'NG.
MABHlAGi; (iriDK. by DR. WM. YOI'Nti.
MAltRl.MlK OC1DK, liy DK. WM. YOUNG.
MARRIAGE GlllDi:, by Dtt. WM. YBUSU.
MARH1.UE Gl IDE. by DU. WM. YOt'NG.
MARRIAGE (idDi:, by Dtt. WM- YOCNG.
MARRIAGE Gl IKK, by DR. WM. YOCNG.
MAHHIAGi: Gl'lbE. hv Dii. WM. YOUNG.
MARRIAGE GUIDE. "There are more UiUiks 'twlxt
Ileaven and earth, Horatio, than are dreamt of iu our
Let noyotini man enter the obHitatloni or married life
without readiiiK every pane ot' DR. YOO.U 8 MAR
RIAGE GLIDE; or. Eveiy One His Own Doctor. It
discloses lacta mat every one should lie acquainted with.
It contains one hundred entrravlni.8. explaining the ana
UiniT ot the human system, both ma le anil lemale, with
useini iniormation that every one should know.
Price, 60 cents. Hold at
DK. WILLIAM YOUNG'S OFFICE,
3 17 No. 416 KHtL'CE Street, above Fourth,
-I EVEN. UK STAMPS. REVENUE STAMPS
JLX. UEVLNIK 6 1 AMI'S,
Of all dcicrlptlons,
Oi all descriptions,
Always on hand,
Always ua llftini,
AT FLORENCE PEW1NG MACI1INK t'O.'H OKr'IOP
AT FLOitENl K HEWING MAC HINE CO.'S OFFICt
No. MO CH ESNUT Street
io. vmi tiiiBNUT Htieet,
One door below Seventh street,
due dour below Seventh street.
The most liberal discount allowed.
T he most liberal discount allowed.
nniE STAMP AGENCY, NO. mil CHESNUT
jl n i u r r. i. A I" v js. l lllttli, WILL liH tUMUULll
STAMl'S of FVKRY DfRPTtTPTTOI PONSTA WTLT
i va uMi, uu a ui aavvai, u
SALE OF OOVKRNMENT TKOPEBTY
By direction of the fcEttttlAIU Of WAK. al
liL'H .DIM M ATE11IAIS,
bl EAfll KM,IM,
WOH, tOl'l'KK, LCTSU1EK,
A5D fTOBIta OF VARIOlie KINDS.
which werr lollccted at Mscou. da. bvtheCon.
tedrrute Coveriment, for the election and perms
nrnt operat-on of larpe armory, laboratory, and
jvsenali and also ,
TOOLS, MACHIKERY, AND MATERIALS
collect! d Irom iron works and armories in tho States
of Alabama and Georgia, will bo "ld at
Among the articles to to sold are:
lbs. t opper piirs.
4V,(it)f) lbs. Coppor lound rod.
UK.UH) lb,. Copper bar.
i.0,lW ibs. Com or sheet.
LOO, (( 0 lbs Wrouclit Iron bar and rod.
f.t.0 tons l'i(r Iron.
750 tons Cast Iron unserviceable sholU.
t4.(K)0 )b. Lesd pli's
45.(100 Ibs. T in block and sheet.
4.WK) lbs. CLnin crane and csli'e.
15,000 yards Cloth Cotton, EuRlislj Serge, oileo
and eniiinelU il.
32.000 Ibs. Powder.
8,000 loot Relttnft gnm and leather, sv;orto
200 Machines Drills, I'lnners. Millinff, IScrew
cutting, bieannnd I'rip-liainnicrs.
Harness, 1 35 Unserviceable Cannon
Saddles. iron and bronze.
Horse Efluiiiments. Laboratory btorei and
liilnniry ami Cavulry Ac-i Materials,
OLttemcuts. ?rai-e l'urts (new) for
Blankets. I Hprlncflpid Mtiaketsaud
Wagon aud Gun Carriage Colt's Revolvers, aud
irorg, an assortment or
0 broken Gnn Caitiarcs,
PAINTS AM) OILS.
The attention of Northern lm vers Is culled to this
sale, wbicli is a lurire olio, and of valuable property.
l un pruned luuuosruc oi ine properrv to u sola
esn bo obtained irom tho Cbiol- of Ordnance at
Ws-iliincton, D. V., and from the Com naudiujj
Ofllcor of the August a Arsonnl, Guoi-fla.
The sule will cotumonce ou
WEDNDSIMY, April 4, 1R66,
and continue every day until all tbo property
Terms - Cash. In United Hates currency.
I) W. LAG LEU,
Captaiu Ord Brer. J.t.-Colonel,
S212t Com. Auirusta Arsenal.
LALE OF GOVERNME5T VESSELS AND
ASMSTAI.T QUAnTEnMASTVR'fl OPFIfB, 1
PuiLADLi-t-HiA Dkpot, March 29, 1H36.
Will bo soiO at Publio Auction, at the Govern-
tnentWhar', IIaNOVEU Street, Delaware avenuo,
Philadelphia, i ennsylvanla. on I'UEtDAY, April
il, lhWi, commencing at 10 o'clock A. Jl., the follow
intt namod Steamers and Barons, viz.:
Meam l'ropeller "U. J. Dh-V IN R E I ."
fcitoam Eerrv I'rnnsport "WELLES."
Unrue "W. II. PLAl l'E "
The above vessels lio at Hanoycr Street Wharl.
wlietethey may be uxamineo.
terms cash, In Government t unds.
Dy order of
Drey. Brltr.-Gon. GEORGE II . cr.OFMAN,
Asuftant (Jr. M. General U.S. Army.
3 S9 4t Captain and Aesisthiit Quarterinoste-r.
IKOJOSALS. SEALED PROPOSALS, IN
. duplicate, will be received at this office until 12
M..JIU.NDAY. the 16th day of April. lHb6, Jo the
delivery ot 6000 head ot iSEEfc' LAI TLEon the hoof,
for the nso ot captured Indians. The cattle to be
delivered to tbo A, C. S , for Indians at Fort Suxnnor,
The first delivery to be on the l-"t dav of July. 1800.
and to consist ot 600 head of cutt.c; the subM-uueut
aenveries to Dotn sncn numoers and at such times
as n ay be required by tne undersigned.
The cattle must bo from throe to tive years old.
ard must weigh at least 400 pounds net (tliotr weiitht
to be ascertained according- to manner laid down in
the Hubs Reductions ol 1863), and to do of the best
marKciauie quality, ao Stairs, Dulls, Cows, or
hellers will bo received.
Whenever, in the opinion of the A. C. S. lor In
dians, at Fort Sumner, tue cattle presented do not
lulill the conditions uere set forth, as many as do
not will be rejected. Ten per cent, of money due
contractors will be retained until the contract is tul
filled. Two responsible persons must sljra each bid,
truarautecinjrthat it .ho contract is awarded to the
party or parties therein pronoin. thoy will enter
into ample bonds tor too faithlnl lulu' meut of the
contract, and when tbo parties thus oll'eriiiir as
sureties are unknown to tbe undersigned, their
ability to reiinbu'to the long to the Unitod States,
which would accrue in case of laiiure, must oc
attested before a nmjristiate or other officer em
powered to administer oaths.
The parties to v bom this contract is let will bo ex
pected to ii lit he oontract themselves any stib-lettiniz
of the contract wilL bo considered as a laiiure to com
ply with the contract, and the contractor will be hold
Endorse on the envelope "Proposa's for Beef
Cattle, at Fort Suuuier, New Mexico "
W. H. DELL.
Cnptain and C. S. and Brevet Major, U. . A.
Office Tnrchasinjr and Uepot C. S , District ot Now
Mexico, &auta Ee, N. M., February 7, 18U6. 3 1 uat
ASSIHTANT QUAItTEKMASlEi: GENE
Pbiladki phia, March 23, 1806
Sealed Proposals will bo rocoiveu at tins ollicc until
TliLKbDAi, the 6th ol April next, at 12 o'eloclt M.,
lor inimcdiulo delivery at the Schutikiil Arsenal, iu
10 01 0 Draes Kings, li inches.
10 000 Irou W ire Jsnups t Iloichki3!i' patent1, I inol,
15,t00 Iron '!)" Uiuas, I uich. ' '
500 'be. Copper liivete. assorted.
500 lbs. Fiux fceiiie Twine, -ALhO.
40,000 jnrtlsbC-inch Burlaps; to bo delivered af tho
rr.ic ol bOOti yurus per wees.
Pnrties oflurinir coods should make separate DrO'
pufals tor each article ollored, tho (iiiuntuv ti ey pro
pose 10 liu-nisn, tue price iwnicu Btieuia do written
both in words and tiuures), and coulortnto tho terms
oi this adveitiHenieut, a copy oi winch should nc
coini any eat a pronosal.
tt niplea of the articles required maybe seen at
bamples, when submitted, must bo marked and
numbered to correspond with the proposuls; and the
parties thereto must iruurantee that tho courts shall
be, in even respect, equal to sample, oiherwibo the
propolis will not bo considered.
Bids will be opened on Thursday, the fith day of
April next, at u o'ciocit At., when tinnier are rc
(juested to bo pr sent.
Each bid must be trunrauteed by two responsible
persons, whoso sicrnutures must be appended to the
ruaruntee, and certified to as beinit (rood und sulll-
cii nt security lor the amount involved by some
public functionary of the United Mutts.
AU proposals should be made out on the regular
forms, which will be luruishud on applieauon at this
T he riirht Is rt served to reioot any bid demed un-
teasnnublo, and no bid from a defaulting ooutractor
will be receivou.
Endorse envelope "Propossls lor (here insert tbe
nnine of the article offered) "
Uynrrtei of Breve' Brip-adler-General GEORGE
11. CKO.SMAN, AssiHtaut Ciuaiternuister-Guuural
cnittd Mutes Army,
HENRY W. JANES.
Captain and Attestant Quartermaster, Brevet Major
U nited Mates Araiy. ZJt4o
ORANGE AND ALEXANDRIA RAILROAD.
un and after MONDAY, February 12. two dally
trains will run between Washlnvton and Ltnchlmrir,
connecting nt Gordousvl'le with Vlrulnia Central Rail
road trains to aud troin Richmond, as follows:
Live Washington daily tsuudar excepted), at 645
A M , and nrilve at Lyncbbu rg at 6'4S If. M.
Leave Lynuhtiurg at 7 A. M. and arrive at Washing
ton at 26 1'. U.
Leave Washington daUv (including Sunday) at 6 0S P.
M. and arrive at l.y ncliDnrg at -00 A M
Leave Lynchourg at tt 3V f . Al. aud arrive At Washing
ton ai Bill A M.
Loth trains making close connections at Lvnehburg
foi all points South and Southwest, aud at Washington
lor North and Northwest.
First-class sleeping ears will be attached tu ttie night
trains. . ..
Tbe road Is attractive, not only for Its comfortable
accommodations, but lor the fact that It passe the now
historic localities of Fairfax, Bull Kuu, Manawaa, Bris
toe, Catlett'i, Rappahuuuock, Culpeper. Orauge, and
Gordonsvlile, places ot imperishable interest in the
Through tickets to all points South and Southwest
may b had In Boston, New York, rhlladelpbla, and
Baltimore, ami ut the oftlces ot the road In minimum
Alexauuria. W. 11. Moi'AFFERr v,
f FADING It A I L K : O A I.
J . GREAT TBt NK LIMK
FROM PIlILADELl IIIA TO TH..H IHTf UiH 0
l.rjrn,..-vjA, inn HI IIVIUIU,
HUfWI H"MM. ( rVHUHAML
lilt 1A."1WLIIV1 a t v u- a.
A Nl llORTh KHuina L mt i tyi'i rr .-' n V a a a.
W lNTr Kitt RAfOKMK.Turi'AHMl-MirR IRAINrl.
. Vl'f J.'"' Cenipan?' Ipnt. at 'I fllRTr KM f
and i Al LOW BILL Mreeu. I'hiiadpinhia tu,intiw.
Uiv hours .-
MORN ISO MAli.
wAi'lSi A-M-for KesolnK. Lcbaima Har1hnr, Potts
V .'.. i VT8 ""oiia. Hunbmy. Wllllwnsnort.
uTi i? ,'tt!-.ht'nn r11" Bii.'aln Ali.nuiwn
'i his iraln e nneets st RKADr with h ..
nylvaittn luerosd tialns tor AHentmrn. e'et and wit
tbr LebBimn Vallt-y train lot Ilarrlsliura etc. t
PORT CLINTON with Catawls.a Rallm, trains'
RIM' I Li, w JU orthern Central, t umherland Vallei'
and Hrhiirlkt I and Husqiiehsnna tram tor North,
umheiland WilHariisport. Terk. tlhmtrl,Up. l,.
grove, e-c, .
-ii. "T 1 11 ,,,,elbia at 1-3(1 P. M.,tor Heaillnft. Potts
7 ,' H-rnhur, etc, connecfnit wlib He.iolnn and
I olnnilna Railroad train tot t ohimbla etc and I wtti
BMH1MI Al L-OMWODATIOIV.
leaves Kesitlni t 8 DO A. M. Ilnnnln. II -it-,..
fatlons arrives m Plillaceipbla at 9-35 A. M.
1 rains lor l'bllailelplila rare Hanishurg at 7-1 K. M,
f IJj ''"Nsvl le at 8 30 A. M., atrivinin In I ltib delphla i(
170 P. M. Afternoon Halt s ieave Ilsniptiura- at 1-49
1. M., and Pnttsvllla at '2 .1 P .11 rrim. i.i,n..
delpbl at Ttis P. M.
uartisiitirg Arcoinmodaiion liaves Readies at 1 34 A
W. and flarrlshurf at ( P M.
Marset tra.n with a Passer gor ear attnebed leaves
Phllailelllllla at 12 4S. noon lor Rpmlinir and all .t-
tions- leaves Rending at D'30 A. At., and Donningloo at
1 il 0 P. V . ft. l'hi H.lelnhls and ail wa.v stations.
A II the above trwlns run dally. I- ntulnt excepted.
SiiimIbv trslns leave I'ottsville at 81)1; A. M.. and Fnila
delpbla ata is P. M.
Ull.MlB XLIitl HAILKUAP.
PflSSenrers for Ilowniliulnn-n nml liit,pi,iA1lal nnt.,
tsketheH-mi A. M. and 4 311 P.M. truina Irmn Piillurtul.
plua, returning Irom Downlngton at Ufa a. At. au
NtW IORK EXIH.KBN F(K PITTBBVBa AND TBI
Leavii New lork atO tO A. M. and 00 P. M., paulnt
Heading at 10 A, i"., and l-4 P. M.. eonnectlng at
linrrisl urg With 1 ennsylvsnla and Northern t'entr-J
Nallroaa pres Trains (or Pitujburg, Chicago. Wli
lmnisiort. Klniira, Bsllimore, etc.
Lo urning, i press Train leaves llnrr'aburg on arrival
ol l e'insvfvanla Kxnrons irom Vitulmru i n n
A. M puslng Reading nt 4- and 1052 A, M .arriving
at Newport at 10 A. M. and SMSP M. SleeplngCa
mrau iiunrum ir.ese ira.ns turoug tetween Jsrsey CUT
anil l litsbnrg. without charge
iiaii Train for New York lenrea Harrlsburg at I 4f
V. M. AlaU Train tor ilartlsburg leaves New Vork at IS
HCnUTLKILL VALLKY RAILROAD.
Trains leave I'ottsvl le at (Hfi and 1 1-00 A. M., and Ti
J j5J; retnrnlngfiom iamaquaatl 35 A. M. and 1-40 an
H( HI ALR1LL AND BCHQCLHANNA RAILROAD.
Trains leave Auburn at Ui A.M. for 1 megiove and
Ilanishutg, and at I Wi P.M. torl'InrtrovS and 'remont!
returning irom Ilsirwhurg ai 4"W) p. M.. and floin Tru
mout at! 00 A. M . aud t e0 P. M .
IhroDfh tlrst clss tickets and emigrant tickets to all
the principal polnis In tbe North end West and ( anurias
The loliowiliu tlekeLs ale onta ned only at the Olllos
ot b liradford, Trt asurer, No. 221 8. Fourth sireet. Phila
delphia, or ot G. A. Nlcolls, General tiuporlnlendent
At ? per cent discount, between any polnta doslrcd
for amines and firms
Good for 2CC0 miles, between all points, at each
tor lauiiues and firms ,
BEAhON Tlf KETS
Ko1 three, six. cine or twelve months, for holile
only, to ail points at reduced rates
lteMdine on ths line of ihe road will be Inrnlshed wtti
cards, tuiitllng themselves and wives to tlcgcia at hal;
Iar EXCURSION TICKETS,
From Phi adi lphla 10 principal stuVona, good fot
Putuiday, Sunday, and Monday, at reduced fare, to b
had only at the Ticket OUlce at 1 hirteentb and Callow
Goods ot all descriptions torwardedto all the above,
points i rem the Company's New Freight Depot, Broad
and Willow streets
Leave Philadelphia daily at S 30 A. M., 13 43 noon, and
S-tiO I AI . lor Reading. Lebanon. HarrWourg, Pottsville.
Pun Cliuton, and all poimt bevoud.
Close at the Phi adeiphla Post Office for all places on
the ronu and Its brnnclies at & A.M. and tor ail principal
Btuilons only at 215 P. Al. 81J
T.OK NEW YOKK THE CAMDEIn AND
X Amboy and Philadelphia and Trenton Railroad
FROM I'HJI.ADKLPPIA TO NEW YORK
ann way pmces, Hum Wauiut street whirl, will leave as
follows, viz. : - abk
At HA. li., v.a Camden ; and Amboy Accommoda
At M A. M., via smdenand Jersey City Express... 300
A t i I" M via Can den and Ambov Express J ilt
aiu .i.piini anu e r. ai. . via i nmuen and Am
boy Accommodation (Frelfht and Passenger!....
At 6 and 11 -an P. M. via Caniucn and Amboy, Ac
commodation (.Freight and puueoger), 1st class
2d inss Ticket,
Ewani-vilie,-I"eTDiherlon and YUiccutown ; at 6 A.
At 6 ami 10 A. M., 12 M.,3'UA,ft.6. and Il-.lnP M., Tor Pal
tnyrat kivertun, 1'elauco, Bever'y, Edgewator. Bur
lington. Florence. Bonlentown eU The lu A. M. and
ft P Al. lines run direct through to Trenton.
LINEN FROM KENSINGTON iiEPOT WILL I.2AV1
At IMS A. M., 430 and 6 4ft P. M via Kensington
and Jersey City Express 3,M
At 12 P. M iNlght) via KcUBinnton and Jersey City
1 he 6-1S P. il. Lme will run dully. All others Sundays
At 7 :0 and 1115 A. M., 3, 3-30. 4-30, 6 and 6'4S P. M., and
12 MUIni(.ht, lor Bristol. Trenton, etc.
At 7 A. M., 10 Ml. 3, S nud P. M. tor Cornwells, Ton-Is
dale, lloimesbuig. Tai ony Wtsslnomlnn, Bridesburg
and Frankioni, and at 8 P.M. for Uolmesburg and
J.r.LVlDELE Dl-LA WARE RAILROAD,
For the De)av.aro lilver Vallev, Northern PennsyP
vhitia and New York Ma e ond the Grout Lakes.
Two through trains daily (Sunilajs excoptcd) from
Keiipinvton fjepot as follow Si
At 7 30 A. Jl . ami 330 P. V.
BlNi-a F It' ll NEW VORK FOR PHILADELPHIA,
Will leave trom ;oot ol Cortland itroet
At 12 M. and 4 P. M.,via Jerrey City und Lainden.
At 7 and 1 A. M .tjp. M. and 12 Night, yi Ji rsey City
From Pier No. 1 North river, at 6 A. M. and 1 P. M., Tla
uiboy (ind Camden.
At U t; 3 aim P. il. (Freight and Passenger), via
Amboy and ("nuii!ei.
Much 18. lgl.fi. WILLIAM 11. GATZMER. Agent.
Lt-T J I.H!-EY K A 1 L R O A D LINE S.
IT I lonwoot ot MARKET Uriel (Upper Fony).
i ai'y, except Minrtn-i s
FALL AND WINTER AI'RANOEMENT.
Ccn mtneing W FDNEDAY. Novt niber IS. ISM.
l'l r Brlugeton, Salem, and all St.-; ions on West Jersey
anil ulen. Ruiiioails, ut 9 A. M. and 3-30 P. M.
1 o. Afil.ville und ail Intermediate btatious, at 9 A. V.
ami 3 . At.
For tape May and Intermediate stations at o A. M.te
Millville, connecting with t reh lit Tniln Passenger Car
attai-lied 'or tape Amy, due 3il P. At., aud 3 P.M..
through I '(ikk tiger oue 8 P. M.
Y or G'assi-oru and iutermedlatc Stations, at 9 A. M.,
and 3 30 P. M.
l or Woodbury, Gloucester, etc. at 9 A. M., S, 50
ami ft ISO P. ft!.
Freight iil be received nt second covered wharf below
W nlnut street, irom 7 A. M. until A P. M.
It rcight received before it a. M. will go torwaiu sarao
Frelght delivery, No. 2-2S S. Delawnre avenue.
J VAN HENSSKI.. Kh. Nttperlnuandent
THU W Et-T JFltbEY KXPRr,K f Ossl'ANY
will attend to all Die usual branches of express business,
receive, deliver, and forward thvouiji other responsible
xtirera Companies, to all parts ut tbe country, any
art'ele intrusted to ihtni.
A special Messenger accompauius each tbroutb train
(itl.ee, No. 6 Waiuut street s 10 iu
i-L' MIILADELPHIA AND ERIE KAIL
lODU. ROAD. This great l-tie traverses tho Not th
orn and Northwest Counties ol Pennsylvania te ilm
til vol I-rie. on Luke Erie. It has beeu acd and Is
operated by the Pennsv.vanla liuiiioiid Company.
TIME OF PA'iHfcNt.EB'lliAlNs AT PUILADF.t.PHtA.
Arrive Eastward trie Mall Train, 7 A. Al. ; trie Ex
press Train, I P. M.
L. nve Westward Erie Mall, ft P. M ; Erie Express
Train 12 M. .......
Passenger cars run tbroutth on ihe Erie Mall and Ex
press trains both ways between Philatle phla and trie.
NEW VOHK CONNECTION.
Leave New York at 8 A. M.. arrive at Erie 9 IS A. M.
Leave rie at I'SS P. M .lan Ive st New York 3 40 P. M.
F i ejant Sleeping Cam on ad the nlsht trains.
For inionnation respecMlug pvsseni;or busiuess, apply
at corner Till hi IK'l it and MARKET fltreets Phla.
And lot Ireight business, of tbe Company 'a Agents, R.
B. Kingston. Jr., corner Thirteenth and Market streets,
Philadelphia: J. vv, itevnolds, trie- William Biown,
Ageut N. C. R R., Baltimore.
H. I'. HOCSION, General Freight Agent, Phlta.
U. W. GW1NN ER. General I leget Agent, PhUa.
A. L. TYLKR, (jeneral Sup't, WUIIamagort. S
IJEVENUK STAWl'S, KEVENUE STAMPS
il 'REVENUE HTAMPS,
Ot al! descriptions,
Oi all duMiriptious, y . , . .
Alwavi on hand,
Always on bund, -
AT FLORENCE SEWING MACHINE CO.'H OFFIC'K,
AT FLO REN CK SEWI NG M ACHIM K CO.'S OFFICE
No. 630 CHEHNCT s-treei,
No. (W0 CHEelNl'l Htreet.
One door below Seventh sireet,
One deor below Seventh street.
1 he most liberal discount allowed. ,
1 he most liberal discount allowed. iJ
ITHE STAMP AGENCY, NO. 301 CHESNTJ
J UTRKET. AHOVK TUIRD, WILL BE CONTINUE,
HTAM PS of EVK T DESCR1PTIOS OON8TANTT.1
OhUAXO.AN AN I AfttOU ., Ill
rlllEADELrillA. WILMINGTON, AND
IIMK 'In RLE
f eainitnclnf MONDAT, March W. 1st. Train-wfrl
L'S.,1" o 1 ROAD IStaeat aoiO WA8U
1 S 4.TO s y vrnne aslollnuss
F xaws Train at 41ft A . (Mnrflsys excepted), for
l ahrmere end IVashlngton. stopping at homer, Wat
nmignn. Perryvllle, Havre de-Grace, Aberdeen, Perry
man s Masnrnis f hnse's and sfniuier Kan.
Delnwaie Riillrcad Train at lo A. M. (ttmdys ex
cepted! ler Princess Anno, MlJioid, an Intermedia
sin tP ns.
VVav Mall Tram at 9 IS f . M. (Snndavs excepted) for
Dal linore, st pplPg at hes er, Tnar ow, l.lnwimd.
lai mont. and ail tegular stations Between Wlluiingtuai
Is press Iraln at II M A. M. (Sundays excepted) tor
Ralilmore Rfl'l Wanhlmiton
rx rrsa Irjln at 1 40 P.M. (Stingy exceptod), fur
Ralllmore an Vt'sMlnntton. s'onplng at chnsth-r, t lay
inont .Wilmington. Newark, Klktun, 'orlhoai. Terry,
vile liavre-ile-Giace. Aberdeen, 1'erT) man's, Msgao
lln, Chase s and Memmer's Run.
. Nigl t Express at 11 00 P. M. for Baltimore and Wash
Inpton l'assetigeis by Boat from Baltimore to? Tortie Mon
roe Nor ols, Utr Point, and R.climonil, will take ihr
II 4&A. M tia'n.
aJiliMlMlTON ACt'OM MODATIOH TRAIN",
Htrr JiiK at all stations tetween Pbl adeiphla and FH
m'rtj. bn :
Livc I hllaitetphia at S IS, A. M . 3o S-Je. and'
11-30 P.M. The 3-3ii P. M Train connects wl'h Itela--aie
Railroad tor llarrlngten aud Intermediate
aiatlons Leave Wilmington 7f0, 8 IS, anil 8 J0A. M..J 0S and
'I'rnlns for Newcastle lnvn f'lillmlrlntil at a Ii
M.,8 :iai d.v:!0p. At.
TIIPOVGII TRAINS FROM RALTIMORK
Iave Wilmington nt PJ M . 4-:i0. anil Its p, M.
CIIKHIrK FOR PHI L A DF.LPUI A.
Lea vet heater at Sil s-jg, and JO 14 A. St., 12'TT, I 4t.
5 01. 6 44 .and ln-SH p. M '
FROM PALI 1 MORE lO PHILADELPHIA,
lenve r.altltnore 8 30 a. M. Way Mull i S iO A. V
Fxpiess; 1 10 P. M., Express; 6 35 P. M., Express; 61
TRAINS FOR BALT1MORK
Leave Chester at 4 40 nj dn hi A. M.,i.rd t ?3 P. M.
Leave Wilmington nt i-n ami 10 3;1 A. M., and 4 P. M.
F'.xprecs Train at 4 IS A. M. tor lialllmnrn and Wash
ington, stopping at ( hester, Wilinimiloti, Perrvvllle,
Huvre-de-tirare, Aberdeen, Ferryman's, Magnolia.
base s and btemmer's Run.
Night Express 1100 P. M. for Baltimore and Wash
ington. Accommodation Trnln at 1130 r. M. Air Wilmington. -and
BAlllMORh FOR PI1II.ADFLPRIA.
Leave Ba timore at 8 2S P M . iHtoppltig at Havro-de-Grnce.
I'cirvvil e and Wlimlngton. Alo stops at Elk
ton and Newark (to tnte pasnenccra for Pniladeiphla.
and leave i asenir ironu Washington or hn timore)
and Chester to leave passengers irom Baltimore or
A special train will leave Wllmtrplon for Philadel
phia and In'emiedinte Ststlons at 6-;)(i P. M.
Freikht Trains, wltli Passenger Car attached, will
leave V'llni nton lor Perrvvll e and Intermediate sta
tions at 8 3!) P. M. Leave Baltimore lor Uavro-do-Grao
and Intermediate Stations at 4 if P M.
8 li H. F. KENNEY, Superintendent
IJEXNisYLVANIA t'ENTHAL KAIEROAD
Ihe Trains of tbo Pennsylvania Central Railroad
leave the Depot, at Thlny-flrst and Market street,
w Inch Is reached by the cars ot the Market Mtreet Pas
senger Railway, running to and irom the Depot. Th
hist car leaves Fiont street about 30 minutes Prior
to the departure of each Ttain.
On Hun days Cars leave Eleven' h and Market
streets 4S minutes belt re the departure of the Eveuhur
Mann's BapKage Fx press will ca'l for and deliver
Pngliatie at the Depot, Orders left at the Otlice No
0.11 c besnut street, it lil receive attention '
THAlNs LKAVK PKl'OT. VIZ.:
Mall Train at 8-Ofl A. M
Paoll Acconimodatlon.No. I aCIO'Oo
, Fast Line at 12 00 K
Pnrkesliurg at I trt P. jr.
Hairlsburg Acconimodallou at 2 30
Lancaster AecommoCaiion ut 4 CO '
Paoll Trsln.No. i at 5-.1S
Erie Mail at 9 0S
Philadelphia 1 xpiesst ' at 11 10 "-
TltAlNS AKK1VB AT DE1-0T, VIZ.!
Cincinnati Express! at MO A.M.
Philadelphia Expresst at 7 10 '
Paoli Accommodation, No. 1 at 8 20
Parkesl urg st 800
Lancaster 1 rain at 12 SO P. AC.
Fast Line t 110 "
Paoii Acoimmodatlon, No. 2 at 4 4(1 "
Iay Fxprcs i at ft-SO
Darrlshurg Accommodation at 910 "
j'laly. except Saturday, t Dally, t Dally, except
All other Trains daily, except Sunday.
'l he Pennsylvania Railroad Company will not assume)
any risk for Baggage, except for W earing Apparel, ami
limit their responsibility to One Hun red Dollars in.
vame. All Baggage exceeding that amount In valuai
will be at tbe risk of the owners, unless taken by special
Have been opened at No. 6S1 ( besnnt street. Continen
tal Hotel, and (iirurd House, where Tickets mav be pro
cur. d to all important points In Pennsylvania, as well as
the West. Northwest and Southwest; aud tall partlcu
hirs gfyin as to time and connections by JOHN C.
ALLEN. Ticket Agent.
The Ticket OUlce at West Philadelphia will beeontl
nued as heretofore, where all Iniormation resiectlea
routes, as well aa Tickets, can be had on application to
, , A , Ticket Agent at the Depot.
An Emigrant Train runs dailv (except Sunday). For
full particulars as to fare and accommodations, apply tu
3 '2 No. 137 DOCK Street.
"NORTH PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD.
A Depot, THIRD Htieet, above Thompson.
For BETHLEHEM, DOYLK8TOWN, MATJCH
CHI NK, BA8T0N, wIlLUMSPOBT, and WILKE
At 7 30 A. M. (Express), for Bethlehem, Aliontown.
Maucb Chunk, Bazlotoo, WlUlamsport, and Wilkes
barre. At 3-30 P. M. (Express), for Bethlehem, Futon, eta.,
reachlnif Easton ut 645 P. M. ' ' "
At JlS P. M., tor Bethlehem, Allentowa, Maaoh
Chunk, Danville, and WlUiumsport.
For Dovlcstown at 8'3ft A.M., 230 and 4 15 P. If,
Foi Fort Washington at 1" V. M. and 11 p. U.
For Lunsdale at 6'1S P. A. .
White cars ol the Second and Third Streets Line Clt
Passenger Cars run direct to the depot.
TRAINS FOR PHILADELPHIA,
I e;ve Betnlehem at-25A. M. and 10 Oi A.M., and
Bl ft P M .
Leave Doy estown at 6 SO A. H., 3-15 and 5'30 P. It.
I cave LitnM'.ale at ti'10 A. M.
Leave Fort Washington at 10-80 A. M and 211 f, DC
Philadelphia for Bethlehem at 0 A. M.
Philadelphia for Deylestown at 3 P. M,
Doylestown for Phi adeiphla at 7 20 A. M.
ltetlih htm tor Philadelphia at 4 P. M.
1 hrougb 'J'ickets must be piocuied at the ticket Offices-.
TH I RD btreet, or iJKRES btroet.
8 X.LLIS CLARK. A gent
XKEIGHT LINES FOR NEW YORK AND
X ad the Stations on the CAW DFNand AM HOY ami
iimnecting liallrouds. Increased despatch.
THE (AMI EN AND A AIF-O Y RAILROAD AND)
TRAN Spoil I'ATION COMPANY FRE1011T LINES
lor New York will leave WALNL'T Street Wharf at a
o'c oek P.M., dully (Sundave excepted).. "l
Freight must bo delivered beioie 4H P. If., to be for
wnrdid the same day. Returning, the above line will
leave New York at 12 noon, and 4 and 8 P. M.
Freluht for 'irenton, Princeton, Kingston. New Brans,
wlck, and ail points on the Camden and Amboy Rail,
road; also, on ihe Bolviuere, Delaware, and Fleming,
ton i the New Jersey, the Freehold and Jamesburg, as
the Burlington and Mount iiolly Railroads, received an
furwardci up to I P. M.
The Belvldeie pe aware Railroad connects at Phil.
llpHlmrg with the Lehiuh Valley Railroad, and at Manila,
kuebuuk with all polnis on tie Delaware. Lackawanna,
and Western Railroad, forwarding to Syracuse, Buffalo!
and other points in Vi estern New York.
The New Jeney Railroad connects at Elizabeth wRk
the New Jersey Central Railroad, and at Newark wilts
tbe Morris and Essex Railroad
A slip memorandum, specifying tbe marks and num.
tiers . shippers aud consignees, must, in every iustauce"!
be sent with eaoli load of goods or no receipt will b
given. Increased facilities have been made lor the
transportation ol Live Stock. Drovers ate Invited to
try tbe route When stock is furnished In quantities ot
iih-n rar-lmiri. nr mure. It will be rillviw1 at ih. in.,
PHILADELPHIA, GEUMANTOWN, ANL
NORKISIOV N RAILROAD.
Cn aud a.ter WEIiNEHDaY, November lst, 1865, unttt
Leave Philadelphia ti, 7. 8, n, 10, il, 12 A. M.,1, 2, 310.
3,4, ft SH,, 7. 8 9, 10, 11, 12 P M.
LeaveGermantown,7, T, 8,8 20, 0,10, 11, 12 A. M ,
1,2 3, 4.4H.6 OX. 7,8,0, 1(1, 11 P.M.
1 he 8 lit clown train, aud HH and b up trains will not
stop on the Gerniautowu Hraiich.
v ON SUNDAYS.
Leave Philadelphia 910 A. M., 2. 7. MH P. M.
Leave GeiuianfownS A. M.. 1. 6. OH P M.
CHESNCT HILL RAILROAD.
Leave Philadelphia 6, 8, 10, 12 A.M., 2, i.3H 5X,7,i.
and 11 P.M.
Iave Chesnut Hill 710 minutes, 8. ( 40, 11 40 A. M
-40, 3 40, 40. '40. S-40, and 10-4S minutes P. M.
Leave Philadelphia 010 minutes A. M 2 and T P. if.
Leave Che-nut illll 7'40 mluutes A. -Vl 12 40, ft 40, aa
9'2ft minutes P. M
FLU CON fiHOHOCKTSN AND NORRLSTOWK.
Leave Phllailelphla , 8 3ft minutes,, 11 06 A.M., Ikt.t.
iH. 64, BV H ()." minutes and 111 P.M.
Leave Norrlstown 6H,7, 7 50, , 11 A. M.,lH,Vi, t, an
1 he ft P. M. train will stop at School Lane Wlxi.
hiekon, Manayuuk, Spring Mill, and Loiuhohockaa ouly.
04 Sl'NDA Y8.
Leave Philadelphia 9 A. M.. 2 W. aud 7 P. U.
Leave tiorristown 7 A. M . and S P. M,
FOR MANAYUNK. w ..,
Leave Philadelphia 8. 8 3ft minutes, 11-09 A. M., IX,
4)i.t,H,-eft, andllM P. M. ..,.... .
Leave klanuyuuk ti), 7K, 8 20, OX, IDs, A. U.. 1, 8.
3 P. M.
I.eava Ph'ladelphla 9 A. M., 24, and f P. M.
Leave MauayunklK A. M , lH. ud 8 P. M.
W. ti. WILKON. General Supetlntenilnr.
Depot MN 1 11 auaotttu. btre U
el Fortieth street, near the Drove Yard, or at Her No.
I J orth river, as the shippers may designate at the tiina
0 1 shipment. For terms, or other Information, apply to
WALT! B FREEMAN. Fielgbt Agent,
II i No. 22tt S. DELAWARE Avenue. Philadelphia.
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