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THE DAILY EVJ3NLNG TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, APML 4, 18GG.
DEATH OF OEX. I. IT, BfOKGArV. An Aa(hnti A(oaat hj mm Eye-Wit. CMS-IIo in Nhol Twenty Minute utter mm lt4 Surrendered ! ln Federal TrMt. Hap-ioulng to be present at the doath of General J. H. Morran, aajs a writer Id tne Columbus Origin, I have concluded to ami you a momoranda ol that and its accompanying events. 1 accompanied tho expedition into Xennessoo, made tor tbe purpose of driving back General Uillem's bngado of Fedoral cavalry. Wo arrived at Ureenvillo tarly in the evening of the 8d September, J8K1. Greenville la distant Irom Bull's Gap (General Gllieru't position), mnitoen mi.os. Ibe General established his lioau quarter at the houso ot a Mrs. Williams, in the town ot Greenville. His own brigade was tent on the road loading- to Bodpersvillo, to a point three miles trom Greenwich, lor the purpose ot getting lorae, and a detachment of Tennessee cavalry, nix lnuiOrod strong, was ordered under Colune Brad lord, to enoamD on the road leading to Bull's Gap, and to picket the road leading toward the cnomy. 1 his lores was not in creased because larger number of horses could not be foraged in that direction. The country between Greenville and the Gap is hilly and wild and very poor. Goueral Uillem stated afterward that be re ceived Information of the status of affairs about iireenviiie. at half-nast nino of that night. He im mediately niovvd bis command in the direction of Greenville; when aDout live nines irom town no baited and sent a doiachmont through the woods, ad sncoeeded In getting on tho flaulc of Bradford's command; he drove him (Bradford) back from tho road, leaving It open to Greenville. A detachment of tour companies of tho Thirteenth Tennes eo Cavalry was then sent lot ward to chaiuo the town. They met with no resistance. Tho square on which Mrs. W.'s bouse is situated (tbe hou-s and grounds occupy tho touarc) was sur rounded Immediately; officers ol tho stall being aroused by the oouriors. ol whom there were threo or lour at the front gate, ru-diod out and wore cap tured otio bv one General Morgan attempted to escape through the garden; finding exit in that direction cut off. he concealed mtnsoil anions: soma grape vines. He bad no weapon at af, Captain Rovers having one ol nig nfaois. Air. jounson, a. A. G.'s clerk, tho other. While tho otlicer of bis stuff and courier wero logpthor under guard wnhln twenty yards of his place ot oonocaiinout, no necessarily beard the questions asued thorn and the threats made aeamst them. The quostions were as to his whereabouts the threats to make them tell his piaco ol ooncealroeiu. booing that there was no hope ol succes.-lul ooucuul meut. he camo out and surrendered to Captain Wil cox. Company G, Thirteenth Teuuossoo Cavalry. Ho had already both ol General M.'s pistols in his pos session, inis capiaiu sat on nis norso (iioauo uitoen or twenty othors bad ridden into the gardon, having broken down the blank tonoo to gut in), and con versed with tho Goherul and us for some time about ten or twenty minutes: he then rode oil. In a lew minutes alter ho lclt a man rode up and presented bis gun aiN neral Morgan, tho General said: ''For otrs hrm iI ou't shoot mo lam a prisoner." Tho gun was 111, Id, nnd the Goneral lelt. Tbe muzzle of the gun (a' colt's array rifle) was within two tcet of Morgan's reast when it was discharged : his cloth ing and b I body were blackened with powder. This muu tliot? Iismounlod and threw the General's body across lib I horso, in iront ot tne sauuio, and roue about to; v shouting. "liere s vour horse tnicl." Wbenf. l.eneral Gillem rave us permission to go and atteJFl to General Morgan's body, wo found it lying in tho road, about one mile Irom the place where it bad been shot. It was so covered with mud that we could scarcely recocn.zo it. The ba'l struck the centre of the breast, about threo or lour , Inches below its junction with the neck, and camo out behind the lelt hip bono. Ho met his dcatu as he met his toes a (hounand times before; there was no ehrinning not quiver ot a iiervo though he saw murder in thnt brawny foloi.'s eve. Kentucky win yet be prouo oi joiiu Aionran ot nis gallant, dashing life, and fearless death. And in the "land of sun and Mowers" long will his death be tbe thorao of song and story. The man who shot him was named Campbell, of Company G, 13 tu Tennessee Cavalry. He was promoted to a lieutenancy lor bis Bravery on tnis occasion. At Knoxvillo the staff officers were locked up in iron cages, in a jail, whose windows bad neither glass nor sash. They had neither change of olo!h 1 ing, nor overcoat, nor blankets. These bad all been taken Irom them. 1 hey were permitted to go into the prison vara in the day time, and thoy Tiad a dead lino InAM We found at Knoxvillo several officers and men of Morgan's command, who had been taken two weeks before us. Thoy told us that the soldiers who cap tured them said that they bad orders not to take General fliorean anve. Alter this it was rumored that the soldiers of General Morgan's command refused to take as pri soners ot war men belonging to tuo win Tonnessee Cavalry. General utiicm sent a communication nnder a flag ot truce to Genoral firockinndge on this subiect. complaining that some members of tho 13th bad been killed, and stating that be snpposod it was done In reta'iation for the reported murder of ueueial Morgan, tie statoa tnat uenorai Morgan bad been killed in lair ilgnt, and inclosed a copy of a noto trom captain liogers, ot ueuorai Morgan's staff, in answer to ono Irom him inquiring into tho circumstauces oi General morgan's death. (.Rogers was then a prisoner in ueuorai uiuem's hands At tho bo. torn ot this note was written, "A truo copy. A. C. Gillem, Brigadier-General." wben General Breckinridge aiterward attacked and routed General Gillem wc captured his hoadnuartors. desk. and pihnto papers, auiong which was tho original note ot l amain Kogers, altered and amonded to read as the copy ot General Gillem sent Goueral Breckinridge, and very different trom tho said oopy. These papers are still in existence . From the Mexican Interior. IlirORTANT LIBERAL SUCCESSES CAPTURE OF TOWNS AND i TALUABLB CONVOV. Lenares. March 10. Knowlnc: that Americans 4 take great interest in whatever trunsulres here, I (rive the news that has come to us from tho Republican forces that sustain tho cause of In dependence in the interior ot the republic. On I the loth February the Republican General Riva , roianos writes tnat uenerai iteguics had a pas sage of amis with the Imperial Geueral (pre tenders) Meudez letter written from Tacarn- tan, in the State of Alichoacan in which tho enemy suffered severely. The Kepuulicun General Lorona is in posses ion of the States of Sonora and Binaloa, with 1000 men, and has arrived at Mazatlan. Tho - liberal forces took Feocoltiche, in Zacutecas, in the Oth of February. On the 33d of January, he gallant Pedro Mendez took Tantoyunuila, apturing a convoy valued by the enemy at 1600.000. By private letter, I am informed that on tho st of March Governor Yieecu took Purras. and n the 6th a column ot 800 French and traitors. ;oincr to succor Parras, was met by the forces of ir. vieca ae la Goroneies xrevino and IHavaryo, .nd lost a considerable convoy. As you will nee, lie minirn in tur Irnm heinir p,tnh Halnwl- nrouguout an tne states tne Keuuuucans arc ising. A'cuo Orleans linves. Governor Smvth. of New Hampshire, hav- ig represented to Secretary Seward thai Cap-, lin Cornelius Ilealy.luteof the 8th New Hanip-' tire Kegiment, was undergoiu imprisonment i Ireland on an unjust charge ot being a Fenian uissarv, Mr. Howard has written to assure the tiveruor that the matter will be brought to le attention ot tbe Uritish Government witli- it delay. The publisher Abelsdorf, of Berlin, against hom a prosecution was instituted, on the de- aud of the French Government, lor an innult ; napoleon contained iu a work entitled "ijiie i the New Ctvsar," has ben condemned to a le ot nt'tv thalers. This is the third coudem- ition. and his privilege of bookselling has been undrawn. Over thirty years a?o Rov. E. K. Averv was led in Rhode Island for the murder of Sarah Cornell, an. I acquitted. Tbe girl was found ad in the woods near a camp mooting, and ery was said to have been seen with her lust Tore. Prool lias lately appeared tnat the man in with the sirl was not Avery, but a person lembllng him in size and dress, and that the committed suicide. -The first number of the Chinese newspaper 'jlished in London by Professor Hummers. terthe title ot the Flying Lragon, contains e general remarks upon tne advantages to lerived from newspapers, a summ'try of Kuro. ji news, including Lord Palmerston's death, loss of the London, tho death ot King Leo- J, and the close of the civil war in America; i. a dissertation upon railways, their useful- I economy, and other advantages; and lastly. information which it must have puzzled tjortbv Professor to put Into Chinese, viz.. a'tisrments of English products and busl- us, patent cartnuges, steam ploughs, Hies, t ;olt's revolvers, etc. The second nuiu- hinlains a map ot burope. PROSPECTUS OB" THE CARSON GOLD MLhG COMPAW. CAPITAL. STOCK-$f00,000 JV TJMBElt OF SHARES, 50,000. Far Value and Subscription Price, $10. WORKING CAPITAL, $50,000. O P P IOKUH: PRESIDENT, COLON KL WILLIAM B. THOMAS. SECRETARY AND TBBA8UBER, pro totb, J. HOPKINS TARR. BOLIC1TOR, WILLIAM L..I1IR, ESQ. DIRECTORS, COLONEL WILLIAM II. THOMAS, CHARLES S. OGDEN, EDWIN JJIDDLETON, ALEXANDER J. HARPER, WILLIAM BERGER. The Land of this Comnanv consist ol ihnnt da Acres, In A ecklenburg couuty. North C'orullnu, about On this property fifteen shafts or oils have hern nrxiniwl and sunk to various depths, trom lu to iupl iiimmn- etratiugthe existence ui three paraiiei veins of ore of auoui i itei in viuiu mu uDout lo leet apart, converging to a comu on centio at the denth ol about, mm tort tim. lnff mie immense mass or vein nl orn. akinniiim in length through the property more than half a mile. There are also on this property oiner veins ot ore unox- piorea jiutnrse ores are Known as the Brown Ores, and are vcrv rich, yielding an average ol about sum) nor ton in gold, tbe above results Iiuving been demon- tratcQ by tho rurle working of the mines for several year? oast, tne n?a oi investment in undeve loped pro perty fs not incurred, and by the application ol modern milling aim reducing maenmcry 'lie t ompanv anticipate mi iiuuicumiv nuu iiuijv ii'iuiu 1U1 tutMr Uiouev, Having an ore that readily yields 200 Der ten. some estimate can be made of tbe value ol this nrui.crtv. with the present impcrtect s.vstein ot niinlng, tcu tons of tills oj uhu oe iiiieu oui nnu reuueeu aatiy irom every Shalt opened, at un expense not exceeding 25 per ten. leav ing a net daily prollt of ttfOU for eacu shall worked by tho Company 'the lame worklnir csnltal rew-rvixl will miliin Company at once to procure and ereet the best modern inschliierv for niaiiiniiiutlmr the oren. bv mnunn of wiiif.1. tho yield will be iaittely Increased. These mines, whilst they produce ores richer than thosu of Colorado or .Nevada, have niauy advantage over ura, p arricuioriy in an auunuance ol lUfl und cheap labor, and the facility with which they ean bo worked during the entile year: whilst thoso ot Colorado and Nevada con only be worked during the warm weather. A test assay oi an avrrace (sneclmen of the ore rnm the Carson Mines was mado as late as the 7th m January ot the present year, us will npuear from the lol- lowmg cenirieate oi I'loiessors nooiu auu uurrett, the Assayursui uie l uuaueipnia juiut: Fbiladelpdia. January 27. IRKS Dear Bin We have caretullv asHaved th snmnlanr orenom '-L arson juine," norm i aronnn, and und It to yield tr n ounces nino pennyweights oi pure gold to the ton of ore. 'J he coin value Is therefore il6 02 per tou ui uro. xouns, reupecuuny. HOOTH & OARRETT. Dr. M. B. TaIlob, 1o. 404 Walnut street, rhUad. Suliscrlntlons to the Canltal Stock will he received at tne (juice oi tue company, f o. 4U7 WAISUT htreet. nir sumpies ui me ore may oe seen, auu mil miomia tlon nlven. 23 FIRE AND BURGLAR PROOFSAFES nEFIREIX CIIESNUT STREET Letter from Wells, Fargo & Co. SIO.OUU SAVED IS IIEMUSG'S PATEST SAFE. Piiiladelpiua, January 2. 1866. WEfSBg. Fakkel, ITEnKiNO & Co. Gentlemen : We have just opened our Safe, one of your manufacture, which passed through the destructive lire In Chesnut street lost night The Safe was In our office, So. 607 which building was entirely destroyed. The bale was In a warm place, as you may well suppose, and was red hot wben taken out of the embers. We are well satisfied with the result of this trial, and find our books, papers and some ten thousand dollars In money almost as per fect as when put In the Bate. Kothlng Is Injured, U we except tho leather bindings of tu books, which are steamed; the money and papers are as good as ever. Truly yours, WELLS, FAliGO cV: CO., Ter JT. H. COOK, Agent. The above Safe can be seen at our store. IAEIIEL, HERRING & CO., 3101m No. 628 CHESNTJT Btreot RANDALL & CO., PERFUMERS AND IMPORTERS, No. 1302 CHESNUT Street. Pino English Toilet Soaxs, IS GREAT VAB1ETY, JV8T RECEIVED. Also, Triple French Extracts and Perfumes. Wo have constantly on hand every variety ot PERFUMER? AKD TOILET REQUISITES. Extracts, Powders, Colognes, Pomades, Toilet Waters, Bbavlug Cieains, Cosmetlques, looth Pastes ltruslies, etc. 3 '1 3m QOFFEHING MACHINES. COFFERING MACHINES A lariio assortment of Gofloring Machines just received per steamer "6t. Georno." FOB. SALE BY ISAAC TOWNSEND, llouse-Furnishing Store of the late JOHN A MUKPHEY, 2fo. 922 CnHSNUl STREET, , 124 Below Tenth Street. TEVENUE STAMPS, REVENUE STAMPS, 4.1 nciuuoitiiirD, Of all descriptions, Ol all descriptions, i Always on hand, AIwhvs nn lianil. AT FLONEKCJG PF.WINO MACHINE t O.'H OKr lCH; Al ILUKLIttK or. VT 1K oi. uu.'B UliMVJl o. KM) t itiSM T Mtreet. No. WO CUKSNCT Street. One door below Heventh street One ooor below Seventh street. The most liberal discount allowed. I be most liberal discount allowed. AT QUEEN'S NEWS STAND, d. w. corner Hvimn ana Lnr.np u i streets. ALL THI DAILY AKI WEEKLY PATt RS. MAflAZIN'RH. .. . .... PLIUODICAXS, Etc., way u ouiaiuea at tmrrcot rate), i GOVERNMENT SALES. U Nil ED S1AIE8 lilUTAttf JlAlXROADS Of PICE CW AftSlfiTANT QtJABTKBM AflTKB, I VV abpimitos, 1 C, March 14, 1806. f AUCTION PALE OF 1,'MTF.D STATES MILL JAR I ItAlLliOAD klAlEJUAL. Wl 1 tm sold L ntiltlln anohnn ft! AlnvftnAri. Ta., on Tt'KSJJAy. Auril 10.1800. 2 urst-oaFs Locomotive Kuftmes, 4 feet BJ-lnch sancei cy indera, 10x22; weight, 26 tons 4 l asti Dper ( sis. 0Box reightCars. 2 Stock tars. 4 I'latlorm t ars. f.O 8moll 1 ruck Cars. i 1 rucks tor Freight Cats. 18 paiis Wheel on axlo. 2 t am runiptnjr Kngincii. 1 Matircary Knglno. 12 lienderson 1 unini.. - . hiO tons lecond-hsud Railroad Iron (good). it large Quautitr ol Frofrs, thain, halls, Mauls, ' Switch Futures, Axes, . ( ar Couplings, l'icks, . Har Iron, Htovos, hprlngs, Files, Nuts, Sperm Oil, etc. iO Ituildings, from 10x12 to 2(0x40 feet. J. tol CI) to rurnlture. Contents ol l'rlntina Ofliee. A la.ge quantity of new fcticlf Hardware. 1 Herring hale. 1 t'aloon car, 4 fret 81-Inch irauce, elegantly fin- ishfd and lnrmshed with black walnut, trimmed with gieen plusu cioubie trucks, with broad troad- n nceis. tale to commence at 10 A. M. lei me each, In Government lueds. II L. ROBINSON, 810 ImwlOt Bvt. Brig en., A. Q. M. Alt llOK SALE OF HOSl'ITAJ.1 SIORES W llieKY, W INKS, EI'O. AlKUICAL f URVKYOR S OFFICB, I WAfHiNaTON, U. c, March 21. 18(i6 f 'Will be sold at l'ublio Ann Inn In tins eitv. ri thn Judirinry r-(Uorc Warehouse, back of tho City Hall, on AVEDMUAY, the lbth day of April next, at 10 o'clock A. M., the following articles of Hospital Moies and Llouors, no lougi r required for the uso of the Mefiical Depanment oi the army, viz. : Arrow Hoot 10, (x0 lbs Dessicated Pots Barley 10,00(1 " I toes 100 Ibi Corn March 10 0M) " Mixed Deso. do. 102" Cocoa Chocolato 10,000 Whisky, quart cuinauion.i owa. l.wo " bottles 20,000 Whisky, in bbls , gallons 3,900 Sherry Wine, quart bottles. .40,000 Sherry Wine, In bbl 60 larraeuuaWino, i arino 20,000 " Tapioca. .10 (W0 " Fxt. ot feel.... Conceiit a Milk, t; nicer , ,. Kxt. of Collce... lieana .20 000 " .20,000 " . l ;st 5 " , 8.7t2 (ral , 000 lbs l'oa I'.tana. 2,fi00 bottles .iii.ueu 'iho til ove articles will bo sold in lots to suit both lurce and small purchasers. i error v.an. Five (5) (lavs will bo allowed to bar ties in remov ing I heir property. catalogues rcauy cy tuo uru prox. CHAS. SUIHERLANO. Ptirreon and l"uryoi or, li. 8. A. C. W BOTFLFB, Auctioneer. 322231 t li t A I) OF ORDNANCE NAVT Dlil'AKTMBNT. I WAfiHiNGTOJi City, February 28, 1803. ) SALE OK NAVY POWDERS AT THE NAVX lAliU, lOUISMOLlII, N. II. There will be sold to tho Inchest bidders, nt Public Auction, at noon, tho 12Ui day of April, by tho Ordnuiice Officer at tie l'ortsmouth Navy Yard, N. 11 , one hundred and eielitv-live thousand nine hun dred and sixiy-uiiio (11:6,003) pounds NAVY POW DLU, as loilws: jiii iuu lioiitKis cannon l'owder. 29 219 " Kitle " 25,150 " Musket " The?c Powders will te divided into lots of one hundred barrels each 'Icrms, ono-half cash in (jovetnment lunrti, and tho remainder on the removal ot the Powders, tor w Inch a reasonable time, but not more than thirty dnys, will bo allowed, the purchasers, however, to wnko overy exertion to remove the i'owders sooner. II. A. WISE, 81 thml2t ObiefjDtBureau PROPOSALS. PKOPOSALS. fcEALED PROPOBALS, IN duplicate, will be received at this ottico until 12 M.,JIO.JJAV, the 10th day of April, 1800, lor the delivery ot OCOOhead ot IiLK C'Ali'LEou the hoof. lor the uko ot captured Indians. The cattlo to be delivered to tho A, C. S., lor Indians at Fort Sumner, xew mexico. 1 he first delivery to be on the 1st day or July, 1800. nnd to consist ol COO head of cattlo; the subsequent deliveries to be in such numbers ana at such times as may be required by the undersigned, 'the cattlo must be from three tofivevears old. end must weigh at least 400 pounds not (their weight to be ascertained according to manner laid down in tbe hubs. RcfiUiatioDs of 1S03), and to be of tho best marketable quulity. No Stags, Buds, Cows, or boners wm oo recetvea. Whenever, in tho opinion of the A. C. S. lor In- dians, at Fort (Sumner, tho cattle presented do not lullil the conditions here set forth, as many as do not will be rejected. Temper cent, of money due contractors will be retained until the contract is lul filled. Two responsible persons must sign each bid. ftuarantceinjt that it the contract is awarded to the party or parties therein proponing, they will enter into ample bonus lor tne laituiui lul o ment oi the contract, and when the parties thus odering as sureties are unknown to the undernamed, their ability to reimburse tbe loss to the United spates, which would accrao in case of lailure, must bt attested bclore a magistiato or other ofheer cm powered to administer oaths. J he parties to v. bom this contract is lot will he ex pected to till the contract themselves an v sub-letting of the contract will be considered as a lailure to coin ply with the contract, and the contractor will be held responsible therelor. indorse on the envelope "rroposais tor Bee I Cattle, at Fort Sumner, New Mexico " Captain and C. S. and Brevet Jin lor, (J. s. A. CfTico I urchasing nnd Depot C. S., District ot New Mexico, frauta to. is. M., reuruary 7, lSWj. aizat ASS1B1 AJI T yu ARTEIUIASIER-GENE-RAL'S OFFICE. 1 111 ladelpusA, aiarcn 23, mm. Fenled Proposals will be received at this olllce until THURSDAY, the 6th of April next, at 12 o'clock M., lor immediate aenvery at the bchuylklll Arsenal, lu merchantable packages of ju ikiu iiras Kings, 1 incnes. 10.000 Iron Wire tstiaps (Uotchkiss' patent), I inch, 16,000 Iron "D" Kings, i inch. 600 lbs. Copper Rivets, assorted. 600 lbs. Flax Sewing Twine. ALSO. 40,000 vards 60-inch Burlaps : to be dcuverod at the rate ot 6OO11 yards per week. Parties ottering goods should make separate pro potato tor each article offered, the quantity they pro- Eose to lurnisn, tne price (Whicn should be written oth in words and figures), and conform to tbe terms of this advertisement, a copy of which should ac company each proposal. Scmples of the articles required may be teen at this cilice. Samples, when snbmitteu, must be marked and numbered to correspond with the proposals; and the parties thereto must guarantee that the goods shall be, in ever; respect, equal to sample, otherwise the proposals will not be considered. iiios win t e ot eneu on 1 nursuay, tne otn (lay 01 April next, at 12 o'clock M.. wben bidders are re quested to bo present. r aen uiu must ee guaranieea uy two responsioie persons, whose signatures must be appended to the guaruntee, aud ceriiiied to as being good and sulli- cient sccuniy tor tue nmount invoivea vy Borne public lunctionary of the United Mntes. All proposals should be muoe out on the regular forms, which will be niruisbed on application at this cm co. The right Is reserved to re cot anv bid deemed nn teasonuble, and no bid from a defaulting contractor will be received. Endorse envelope "Proposals for (bore Insert tho name of tho article offered) " Byorrierot Brevet Brigadler-Genoral GEORGE 11. citumtuAiv, Assistaut yuaiterniaster-ijouorai united btutes Army. HENRY W. JANES. Captain and Assistant Quartermaster, Brevet Major United states Arm v. xt46 JJ A K N E S S. A LARGE LOT OF NEW U. S. WAGON HAR NESS, 2, 4, aud C horse. Also, parts ot HAR NESS, SADDLES, COLLARS, HALTERS, eto., bought at the recent Government sales to bo sold At a great sacrifice. Wholesale or Retail. Together with our usual assortment of HA J) J) L ER YAND SADDL ER Y BARB WA RE WILLIAM S. HANSELL & SONS, 2 1 No. Ill MARKET Street COAL. J A M E S . O ' H II I E N, DEALER IN LKIIIUH AND SCnUILKLLL. COAL, BY 1UE CAROO OR SINGLE TO&'. Yard, Broad Street, below Fitzwater. Has constantly on hand a competent supply of tht above superior Coal, suitable lor family use, to which he calls the attcntloa of hut friends and the public generally. Oidera lelt at Bo. 206 b. fifth street, No. 82 8 Seventeenth street, cr through Despatch or Post Office, promptly attended to A SIFLRJOK QUALITY OF BLACKSMITHS COAL. 7 8 ROBERT" 1. BENDER, COAL DEALER, S. W. C0KNF.U i:i;0AD AND CALLOWIIILL STREETS rniLiDKtriiiA. Hone but the test WKST LF.lllClf. all sizes, trom the (Irrenwood Coll. cry, cu baud, and fur sale fur CAM! ONLY. CJI0 6IU Also, IKfllSE, HKA1F.K, AKD FURNACE COAL SHIPPING. IIAMILL'S PASSAGE OFFICE. "AJsLllOULlNTE OF 8JKAMKI5N," lill.KKMA." "(.OLUjiBIA, I'JtUI'OMA," MllTANMA,," "CAVUHIA "IMllA.' rtesm to Ll V1.U1 OOl. 1.0 rOJiPEFItT, BEI FAfT. DCBUS, M.WH, COUK, AM) CLaISHOW. KAl r OK fAHAUK. PAYABLE IX l Al EKCL ltliKNCY. PABINP j0, tlfl, and10 tlEiliAOI, tt9 'lilt I'AllI Ct.H'ilMi ATM Issneil for bringing out passenger irom tne abore points at l.OWKK KATES THAN AST OTHEll LINE. Also, to and Irom ALL STATIONS OJi TIIF, IRISH RAILWAYS. Pl'El'IALAOl'ICF.. l'assenKvrswiil tuke particular no' Ice that the Anchor Line" is the only line granting thiouh tickets at tlio above rates, irom riilladelnhla to trie points named above, and that the underslimeu Is the only ui ly autliorUtil Agent In rhilail' lplna. Apply to W. A lUMir.T,, Sole Agent for"ANCriOK I INK," 1 IS o. 217 WALK LT Street. r jaiTTTs FOR NEW YOUK. PI11LADKL- ilninhla bteam I'rnneller Coninany I)e M.i. k 11 .-winkure Lints, via Uelnwure and ItarlUui Canal, ieaviniruaii.vatii.il. moor, in., connecting with ah ort,ln ru and Eastern lines. tor iiei(.nt. viiiau win eeirFcuunon nceommouatmg ternm, aiply to V1LI.1A51 1. HA IH1 CO., i It) ,0. 13ZB )L.LA W AKL AVCntie r O Sill P UAI'TAISS AJSD OWNERS. THE Jl uiwierslenrd liuvmif leased the KENSINGTON hCKl.tV lot K.l rgo loiit'orui ms inennsanu the patrons ot the I'otk that he it 1 reparcd with lncrcasea tacl.ltles to aceen.modatc those having vsse s to he raised or reiiaino. ana Dcinu a pracirat snip-carpenter ana caulker, yii liifve persnnal attention to tbe vessels en trusted to bin. ior repairs. caetams or Agents. Dln larpeuters, ana jwacninisu having vessels to repair aro solicited to call. Having the agency lor me sa.e or "wertersieat's Patent Aletiillic t empopitlou" foi Copper I'aint. for the pieFeivntlon ot Tessels' bottoms, for this city , 1 am pre paicd loluinith ttieuameou tavoralile lentm. JOHN H. HAM V ITT, Kens ngton hctew Dock, 1 11 DELAWARE Avenue, iilnve LAVKEL Htreet. DYEING, SCOURING, ETC. piiEAtil STEAM St0llin ESTABLISHMENT, No. 510 RACE Street. We berr leave to draw your particular attention to our new French steam ikouring Estabilshuent the tirst und only one ot Its kmd In this city. We do not dye, but by a chemical process restore Ladles', Gent emen's, and Children's Garments to their original states, wttuout injuring thtin In tlie least, whilo great experience and the Lest machinery from Franco enable us to warrant perfect satisfaction to ail vho may tavor us with their patronage. LADIES' lUEN.HES,of every cescuption, wither without 'trimmings, are cleaned and llnlshed without being taken apart, whether the color Is gcuuiue or not. Opera 1 lonRS ana Mantillas, curtains. Tattle covors. Carnets. Velvet. Ribbons. Kid Gloves, etc.. cleaned and reonlfbcd iu the best maimer, (.eiiilouion's hummer aud Winter Clothing Cleaned to nerfeetu n without in jury to the stuff. Also Elags arid llaiiiiers All kinds of stains rtmoveu wunout c earung tne wnoio All orders are executed under our Iminedliito supervision, and FUtistactlon guaranteed in every Instance. A call aud examination 01 our process is rerpcctiuuy solicited. ALiiLDYLL & MARX, 3 12mtus$ No. 610 RACK Streot. NEW YORK BY KING AND PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT, btatcn Island, No. 40 N. EIGHTH Street. J his company, so long ami favorably known in Now York for tho pnst lorti-six veais. have opened an ollloe us above. Ladles' and gentlemen's varments and wear ing apparel of every kind Dyed and Cleaned In the mosf lieriect manner. Mains aud snots removed irom uuiuienti without being lipped. loercti niun enviug ,ioiii.ui iiijuubiriiute uoiorseiiii nuve them red. ed In superior style. 1 !i9 mwt3tu MARRIAGE GUIDi;, BY DR. WILLIAM YOUNG. MARRIAGE GUIDE, by DU. WT. YdCKG. MARRIAGE Gl IDE, by DU. WM. VOl'NG. MARRIAGE GC1DE. by DR. AVM. YOI NG. MARRIAGE GUIDE, by DK. WM. YOUNG. MARRIAGE GUIDE, by DU. WM. YOUNG. MARRIAGE GUIDE, by DR. WM. YOUNG. MARRIAGE GUIDE, by DR. WM' YOUNG. MARRIAGE GUIDE, by DU. WM. YOUNG. MAKRIAGE GUIDE, bv DU. WM. YOUNG. MARRIAGE GUIDE. "There arc more tilings 'twixt flea ven and earth, Horatio, than are dreamt of In our philosophy." Let no young man entor tho obligations of married life without reading every iisko of DR. YOUNG'S MAR RIAGE Gf'IDE ; or, Eveiv One His Own Doctor. It discloses facts that every one should be acquainted with. It contains one hundred engravings, explaining the ana tomy ot the humau system, both ma le and iemals, with useiut mtoruiaiion mat every onesnouia know. Price, Ml cents. Mold at DK. WILLIAM YOUNG'S OFFICE, 8 17 C No. 416 NT BUCK Htreet, above Fourth. (J1IALLENCJE LIGHT! Paragon Oil and Safety Lamps. BRIGHT LIGHT THREE HOURS-ONE CENT No chimney 1 No smoke I No grease. Sold by Inventors, KELLY Sl NEEL, No. 011 MARKET Street. AGENTS WANTED. Also, Dealers In Soaps and Coal Oil. Msehlneiy Oils, Warranted not to gum or chill, Cl'25 pergullou. 3 15 BKIDESBUKO MACHINE W0RK8, ornoE, Bo. M N. EROST 8IKEEI. PHILADELPHIA. We are prepared to Wl orders to any extent for oar well known I MACHINERY FOTt COTTOK AUD WOOLLEN MTCTM, Deluding all recent Improvements In Carulng. Spinning, and Weaving. We Invite the attention ot manufacturers to our extea live works. 1 1 ALEBED JKtTKS A SOS. 170R 8AI.K-STATK AND COUNTV RIGHTS of Capewel! fc Co. 's Patent Wind Guard and Air Heater for Coal Oil Lamps t It prevents the Chimneys Iroin breaking. This we will warrant. Also saves one third the oil. Call ana see tberu. they coBt but ten cents. No. 203 RACE Street. Philadelphia. Sample sent to any part ol the Unitsd Mutes on receipt of 'lb cents. 3 10 RAILROAD LINES. O RANGE AND ALEXANDRIA RAILROAD. On and atter MONDAY, February VI two rtally trains will run between Washington and L nchhunr. connecting at Gordonsvl le with Vlrviula Central lull- roaa trains to ana trom iticnniono as 10110 wn: MAIL 'IRA IN. Lsve Washington daily (Sunday excepted), at 645 A- 11 , ana snlve at Lyuchbu rg at b'4ft P. M. Leave Lynchburg at 7 A. M. aud arrive at Washing ton at 6 2ti V. 11 EXr-BESS TRAIN. Leave Washington dally (including Sunday) at 6 0S P. M and arrive at Lynchnmg at 6'0u A M Leave Lyuchburg at 80 tr. M. and arrive at Washing ton at 6-lUA. M. Both trains making close connections at Lynchburg for ull points South aud Southwest, and at Washington tor North aud Northwest. Eirst-clus sleepiug cars will be attached to the night trains. The road Is attractive, not only for its comfortabla accommodations, but lor the fact that it passes the now historic localities of Fairfax, hull Run, Manasaas, Brls toe, Catlett's, Rappahannock, Culpeper. Orange, and Gordonsvlile, places ot imperishable Interest in the popular mind. Through tickets to all points Houth and Southwest mav be bad tu Boston. New York, Phlladelobt. and Baltimore, ana at the oflices ot the road In Wnliiugtoa AlexauUrta. W. H. MoOAFEKBTV, Goueral Dupe lutudout. 1 RAILROAD LINES. PE A D I H O R A I !fi O A D. . G BEAT TRUNK LINE raoM rnn.ADKUHiA 10 1111 in.vio 01 rYLVA5A. HIE S( flUTI KILL, eUbOt sPAhNA. IMBERLAND, tb a i,ip V, Y ( 1 M I N t ; VAILKtK A?i.I,S.RTilj OKlnKJT, AMI THE CAITADAS. lug ht'ursM Htrects, I blladelpbla. at tbe lollsw. MORN1NO M ATt. ntersti wn etc. ctn. bis train er nnrots at READING with 'be last Pen fyivania Ral rosd tialns tor A.lentown, e'et and wit 1 ,'" 1,011 Volley rsln lor Harrlsbprg eto.7 WlMLSrLHi1?Nv",,h r",n1" K.llroVrftrXr' it1? TL V orhfJn Ontral. C omtrlnd Vallm ' ana heiiojikl 1 and Susuneksnna trains lor Worth. Sr5?r."?' Wmiunfrt' Yt rk- Cluimberslurg, Phi. AFTFKNOON EXPBESS , READING ACCOMVODATIOW. 1 rains for Prilladelpsls care Ilarrlshtirg at 7 A. M and Vottsvlle at 8 311 A. M., striving In Philadelphia at 1 ill r. AI. Altfrmon tialns leave Hsrrlsburg at IAS ..ph.::7:!!,,! ,l 2- r-M-' arii,,u"' m Barilsliurg Aecommodatlon haves Reading at 7 M A. M. and Harris!, urp at B-f CP. M. Market tra.n with Pastier g-r ear attached, leaves Phi.adelpl1iaati3 4s.D00n lor Reading and all wav st 1'55J!"J45.vt!f B; at ll'30 A. M., and Dovininvton at 1 ."?. Fv Lft: Phi a.leiphla and all way stations. All the above trains run dally Hondays excepted. toXt&WitVW otUvl&e 8 VJ A-M- Ph"M CHESTER VALLKY RAILROAD. Eassengerslor Downtngtown and intennedlate potn take the (.( A. M. and 4 30 P.M. trains from l'liiladel phia, returning Irom Downlngton ac 7 05 A. M. au 2'Sti ArxD. EW lORt EXPHES I FOB PITTSBUBQ AKD THI WEST I eavrs New 1 ork at 9 t0 A. M. and 8-00 T. M naaslri Reading at 10 A. M., and I 4H p. M ., connecting at Jlarnsliurg with pemisylvonla and Northern Central Railtoau Ixpress Irams lor Pittsburg, Chicago. Wh. liamsport. Elnilra, Baltimore, e'.o. lie1 urnmg, Exprets Train leaves nnrrtsborgon arrlrs'i 01 Pennsylvania Express from Pittsburg, at I and " 0( A.M.. posilng Reading at 44 and 10 Si A, M , arriving atNeworkat 10 A. M. and ii-451 M. Sleeping Ca aceompam lntr tl.ese trains throng tetween Jwaev Clt v and I'lttsburg, witliout charge. AlaU Train for New York leaves Barrisburg at 1 it P. M. Mall Train lor Uartlsbuig leaves New York, atli Noon. SCHUYLKILL VALLEY RAILROAD. Italns leave Pottsvl.le at 6-46 and ll-POA. M.,and 71 jj turning Horn 'iaiuaquuatl 3SA. U. and 1-40 an St HI 1LK1LL AND BCSOUFHANNA RAILROAD. '1 rales leave Auburn at 7 35 A. M. for Plnegrove and Ilanlsbnrg, end at 1-50 P. A!, lor Ptnecrovo and Trcmonts n turning irom llarrisburg at 4tK P. M.. and from Tro n.ont at 7 0 A. M. and b (0 P. M. ' r Through first class tickers and 'emigrant tickets to all the prlucipa, points in the North and W est and Cttnadas The lollowlng tickets are ootimied on v at the Ottlos ot b Prailtord. Treasurer, No. m S. Eourih street. Phila delphia, or ot O. A, , Nlcoils, General Superintendent Reaolng. COMMUTATION TICKETS, At 24 per cent discount, between any points desired for 'tuiillus and lines MILEAGE TICKETS, Gnrd tor iOO mlli s, between all poutta, at W-J0 each tor lunillies and nrms SEASON TK KETS, Ko three, six nine or twelve months, for bolde enly, to all points t reduced rates LI RGiMEN Reading on the Hue of Hie road will be furnished wltk 1 urds, eutitilng themselves and wives to tickets at hail tare EXCURSION TICKETS, From Philatl.-iphia to principal stations, good fot HatuKtay, Sunday, and Monduy. at redu.'ed fare, to b bad only ai tbe Ticket Olllce at luirtocutb and CaUow hill streits. IHEIGI1T. Goods 01 all descrirtinns lorw arrled to all the above points .rora the Company's New Ereigbt Depot, Broad aud Willow streets HEIGHT THAINS. Leave rhllartelphla daily ai j SO a. M., 12 45 noon, and 8-tO k M , lor Reading. Lebanon. Harrliourg, Pottsvlllo, l ull Clinton, audall polms lievond. .MAILS Close at the Phl'adnlnhla Post nntea for all ! nr. the toad and Its branches at 5 A.M. and lor ail principal Stations only at 'MM'. Al. ' 815 WDR NEW YORK. THE CAMDEN AND M- An boy and Philadelphia and Urenton Railroad Ccmpanv's lines JLOll I'DII.ADEI.PIIIA TO NEW Y'ORK ana way p.accs, Irom W alnut street whan, will leave as loilows viz. : FAB At oA.l., via Camden (and Amboy Accomuioda tion Ji-2.1 At B A. M., via Cauinen and Jersey City Express... 3 00 At UP M. via Cauiden and Ambov Express 'la At VI M. (noonl and H P. SI., via Catuden and Am boy Accoinuicdutlon (Erelcht and Passenger).... 2-fl At 0 auu 11 0I1 P. M.. via Ckuiuou and Amboy, Ao con niodation tErcight and Passenger), 1st class ttckct J-25 id Ciass Ticket 1 50 Af and 10 A. M.. 2 aud 5 P. M., for Mount Hollv, Ewarsvllic, Pe mberton and Vlnceutown: at 6 A.M., and 2 P. M.. for freehold. At 6 and 10 A. M;, 12 M.,3 30,5.6. and 11-30 P. M., for Pal no ro, hiverlon. Delation, Peverly, Edgewutor. ltur lington, Florence. Boruentown etc. The lu A. M. and 5 P 31. lines run direct through to Trenton. LINES FROM KENslfGTON DEPOT WILL LEA V AM FOLLOWS: Atll lSA. M., 4 S0 and 645 P. M.,vla Kensington tnd Jersey City Esptess $3-00 At 12 P. M. iNlglit) via Kensington and Jorscy City Express 225 'I he -45 P. 11. Line will run daily. Ail others SuudaM excepted. At 7 U0 and 1P15 A. M.. 9, 3 30. 4 -SO, 5 and 6 45 P. M., and 12 Midnt(.ht, tor Bristol. Trenton, eto. At 7 A. M., 1050. 3, 6. and P W. for Cornwells, Ton-is- dale. Ho niesbuig, Tacony Wlsslnonilna. Brldesburg and Frankiord, and at 8 P. M. for Holmusburg ana intermediate stations HI.LYIDEPE DELAWARE RAILROAD, Tor the Delaware KiverVallev, Northern Pennsyl vania, and New York staio, and tbe Great Lakes. '1 wo through trains dally (Sundays excepted) front KeDHlngtoi. Depot as follows: At 7'30 A. M. and 3-30 P. M. LlNJtS FROM NEW YORK FOR PHILADELPHIA, Vi III leave irom foot of Cortland street At 12 M. and 4 P. 1!., via Jersey City and Camden. At 7 arid lo A. M , 6 P. M. and 12 Night, via Jt tsey Cit at. a Kensington. From Pier No. 1 North river, at 6 A. M. and 9 P. M., via Ambry and Cumden. At 12 3 ana 6 P. M. (Freight and Passenger), via Amboy and Camden, March 12. lSfcB. WILLIAM B. OA TZMEB, Agent. W'ETJLRS.EY RAILROAD LINES.-, f ? iom loot 01 MARKETfetrecttUpPor Ferry). Dally, except sundae s Fall and winter arrangement. Cemn eucing WEDNEf-DAY, November 15, 185. Fcr Brldgeiun, Salem, and ail Staiiunson West Jersey and cm Railroads, at 9 A. M. and3'30P.M. Fo, Wll.ville and ail Intermediate Stations, at 9 A. 1ft. aiidSi. M. For Cape W ay and Intermediate Stations at 0 A. af.to ilillvllle, consectlng with trelpht'lrain Passenger Car atUrhtd for Cape May, due 3 45 P. Ju., aud 3 P. at.. Uirough Passenger oue 8 P. M. For Olassboro and intermediate Stations, at i A. MM Ki d 3 30 P. M. For M'oodbury, Gloucester, eto. at 9 A. M., 3, 3 30 and ft 30 P. M. Freight wul be received at second covered wharf below y alnut street. Irnm 7 A. M. until 5 P. M. freight received before v M. will go forward same dav Freight delivery. No. 22R S. Delaware avenue. J VAN KENSSKLaEH. Superintendent THE W EfT J ERhEY EAPlftSS tOJktl'ANV will attend to all the usual branches of express business, receive, deliver, and forward through, other responsible Express Companies, to all parts ol tb country, any article intrusted to tbem. A bpeeiul Messenger accompanies each throuth train. Othee, No. t Wainut street U 16 8m IQIH! PHILADELPHIA AND ERIE RAIL. JOWV). ROAD. This great line traverses the North ern and Northwest l ountles of Pennsylvauia to the t ity ot Erie, on Lake Erie. It has beeu leaned and U operated by the Pennsylvania Railroad Company. TIME OF PASSENt.ER TRAINS AT PHILADELPHIA. Arrive Eastward Erie Mail Train, 7 a. M. ; Erie Ex press Tralu, I P.M. Leave Westward Erie Mall, P. M ; Erie Express Train 12 M. . Passenger cars run through on the Erie Mall and Ex press trams both ways between I'bllnde pltla and Erie. NEW YORK. CON NEC II JN. Leave New York at 9 A. M.. arrive at Erie 9 15 A. M. Leave Erie at 1'55 P. M..lanive t New York 3 40 P. M. Eiegant Sleeping Cars on ail the night trains. For Intormatlon respecting passenger business, apply at corner THIRTIETH and MARKET Streets. Pblia. And lot Ireight business, of tbe Company's Agents, 8. B. Kingston. Jr., corner Thirteenth and Market streets, Philadelphia! J. W. Reynolds, trie; William Biown, Agent N. O. B R-, Baltimore. H. I'. HOI'MION. General Freight Agent, Ph"a. H. W. GWINNER. General 1 Icaet Agent, Phila. A. L. TYLtB, General Stip't. Wllllauiaport 3 KEVENUE STAMPS, REVENUE STAMPS REVENUE STAMPS, Of all descriptions, Oi all descriptions, Always on hand, Alwavs on hand, AT FLORENCE SEWING MACHINE CO.'S OFFICE; AT FLORENCE SEWING MA CHIVE CO. '8 OFFICE, No. :I0 CH ESN V T Street, No. 630 CHESNUT Street. One door below Seventh street, One deor below Seventh street. The most liberal discount allowed. 1 be most liberal dlseount allowed. -!L 1"IE STAMP AGENCY, NO. 301 CHESNfl STREET. ABOVE THIRD, WILL BE CONTINUE! Ji H H Jh li K1"01,0 H V STAMPS of EVK T RESCRIPT! OH OONflTANTLl ON HAND, AN AMI AHOU .1 U 1 w,Ai l"?vi: M.for Reading. I.t l.snon Tlartshnr. Potts. iLlA f!'1 Tsms.ma, aunbmv, William. porl. I'h!,fll'bia. l-IKip. il.,ior Reading, Potts. 7-t'Jf!' 1 !" .,.""'..'lc- eonnect'ng with Reading and loutnl.fa Railresd train for Columbia, etc.. and wit Klmr.."Buf?o n " M"lon' Wllu.pwp. RAILROAD LINES. pIIILAPELrHIA, WILMINGTON, I ll i I 'I t U, III. ..... t AND uLiimviu, HA ILKOilll, ' ' 1IMK TABLE -Cetmrnnclnr MONDAY, Wareh 2. 1. Tram wa iK Ti!,,0i i'J" 'AD Street and WASH- Certedt stai h Da. Way Mall Train at i 15 A . M. (Sundays excepted) for Brtl tmore. stapplng at heAr. Tli.r ow, l lnwood inS'paaimo'ie M M,Bta' ,Ull0n, bctwe w"nlngto J' jpresalraln at 1I4.1A. M. (Snndays excepted) tor ' Baltimore and Waxhlngton ' Ixpresslraln at 2 45 P.M. (Sundays excepted), for Baltlniere i:nrl Washington, stopping at Chester. tW- n.ont Wilmington, Nawark, E kton, jorlheast. Pstir. Ml e Eavre-rie-Grace. Aberdeen, perrj man's. Magna! 11a. Chase's snd Stemmer's Run. -- Nlgl.t Express st 11 00 P. M. for BaUlmore and Wash Ing ton Passergers bv Boat from Baltimore tor Forties Motv. r; e Nor olj, city Bolut, and BicUmond, will Uke tu 11 45 A. M tiatn. Wit WIMiTOW ACCOMltODATION TRAIN. Stopping at all stations between Philadelphia and Ws mingtcn t Leave 1 bllnlolphta at 8 15. 1115 A. M . TSo -3. an il SO F. M. The 3 3 P. M Train connects with Dels ware Railroad lor Harrington ana IntermeJlatai stations " UaveWllmlngton 7f0. 815, and 9 JO A. M. , 3 00 and JY'so'ard'swp M1""0 ,MT,! rhl,B,,t',Phl A. " Til I ROUGH''! RAINS FROM BALTIMORE Leave Wilmington at 12 M.. 4 :wt. ami 10 4'. M. 1 -.ri'".FH'JR Y"R PHILADELPHI A. FROM BALTIMORE TO PHILADELPIirA. leave Baltltnore 8.10 A. M. Way Mailt 9 20 A Hf Expiessi 1 10 P. M., Express! 0 35 P. M., Express; P.M., Express TRAINS FOR BALTIMORE Leave Chester at 4 4$ nt tin 52 A. M.,i rtd 3-23 P M Leave Wilmington at t-it and 10 3J A. M.. and 4 P. M , MIHlAY TRAINS. '"uil Express Train at 4 15 A. M. for Baltimore and Wih Ingion. stopping at cheater, Wilmington, Pcrrvvllla llavre-de-orace, Aberdeen, Ferryman 's, 3Iagnolia. Chase's and Summer's Run. " B Mglu Express ll oo P. Ai. for Baltimore end Wash ing (on. Accommodation Train at 11-30 P.M. for Wilmington and Intermediate s'.atlons. BALTIMORE FOR PHILADFLrHIA. Leave Ba tlmoro at 8 25 P M.. istupplng at HavTO-dn-Gritcc. reirvvll.e and Wlinilugten. Also stops at Klk tonand Newark (to tale pfiMcniters for Puiladeiphia. and leave tas.eni.trs tromt Washington or l.a tlniore) r.nd Chester lo leave possingers irom Baltimore oc t ashlngton. A special train will leave Wilmington for Philadel phia and intermediate Stations ato li P. M. Freitht Trains, with Passenger Car attached, will leave Wllnnnkton for Pcrrrvll e and interniediatcsU lions at ( 3!) P. 31. Leave Baltimore lor Havro-de-Craca and intermediate Stations at 4 45 P M. 3 12 H. F. KENNEY, Superintendent ENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL RAILROAD H'RINO ARRANGEMENT. The Trains 01 tko Pennsylvania entral Railroad have the Depot, at Ibiny-nrat and Market streets, which Is rc rulicd by the cars 01 tbe Market Streot Pa sengor Hallway, innnlug to and from the Depot Th last cor leaves Fiont street about 30 minutes nrlor to the departure of each Ttaln. pr or On Sundays Cars leave Eleventh and Market streets 4,r mluutcs befcre the departure of the LvenlDo Trnlns. Mann's Baggage Fxpress will ca'l for and dellvm Baggage at the Depot. Orders left at the Ollice NL tnil chesnut street, wlil receive attention ' IBA1NS LEAVE l'El'OT. VIZ.: 31 all Tram t g no A M faoli Accomniodation,No. I atllion l ast Line ., at 12 00 M. l'urkesburg at 1 (K) P. K. Hairlsburg Acromuodatlon at 2 30 " Lancaster AccoiouioOatlon at 4 CO I'aoli Trnin.No. 2 at 6-30 Erie Mali at 0 00 Philadelphia I xptesst at 11-10 , , . JBAINS AUKIVE AT DKl'OT, VIZ. 1 flncinnatl Express.. at 1-10 A.M.. Pliiladeiiilila Lxpresst at 710 Pao'ri Accommodation, No. 1 at 8 20 " Parkeshurg... at 900 " Lancaster 1 rain at 12 30 P. af. fast Line at 110 " Paoil Accommodation, No. 2 "at 4 40 " ''"yP'xpress at 5-50 " Uarrlsburg Accummodution at fl-10 " Dally, except Saturday, t Dally. Dully, except xu OliUHy , All othfr Trains dally, except Sunday. 'I bo Pennsylvania Rullroad Company will not assume any risk ipr Baggage, except lor Wearing Apparel, and limit their responsibility to Ono I lun'' red Dollars In vaitie. All Baegage exceeding that amount In value win be nt the risk of tbe owners, unless taken by special contract. TICKET OFFICES nave been opened at No. 6?1 Chesnut street. Continen tal Hotel, and Girard House, where Tickets mav be pro cured to all important points in Pennsylvania, as well aa the West. Northwest, and Southwest: and mil pnrtlou Inrs given as to time and connections by JOHN C. ALLEN. Ticket Agent. The Ticket Office at West Philadelphia will be conti nued as heretoiore, where all Inioi nmtlon resrectlnot routes, as well as llckots, cau be hud on application to THOMAS II PARKE, .... , Ticket Agent at the Depot. An Emigrant Train runs dallv (except Sunday). Fof" full particulars as to tare and accommodations, apply ta KKANPIH FIlKlfc- 3 12 No. 137 DOCK Street. ftTORTII PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. Al Depot. THIRD Street, above Thompson. For BETHLEHEM, DOYLE8TOWN, MATJOH 11 J. JJ, EASTON, WlLLIAMSPOKT, aud WILKES At 7 30 A. M. (Fxpress), for Bethlehem, Allentown. Mancb Chunk, Hazleton, Wllliamaport, aud WUkos barre. At 8-30 P.M. (Express), fhr Bethlehem, Easton. t. reaching Easton at 8 45 P. M. ' -lva At 515 P. M., lor Bethlehem, Allentown, MaoH Chunk, Danville, and Wllllanisport. " For Doylestown at 8-35 A.M., 2'30 and 4-19 P. V. Foi Fort Washington at 10 A. M. and U P, M. For Lansdale at tf-15 P. M, White cars ot the Second and Third Streets Line City ' Paastnger Cars run direet to the depot. TRAINS FOR PHILADELPHIA, g LaveBethlehem at 625 A. M. aud 10 (W A.Mn and Leave Doylestown at ft 80 A. K., 315 and 5 30 P. M. Leave Lansdale atb lOA.M Leave Fort Washington at 10 50 A. M., and Vlt P. M. ON SUNDAYS. Phllartolphla for Bethlehem at fl A. M. Philadelphia tor Doylestown at 8 P. M, Doylestown lor Philadelphia at 7 20 A. M. Bethlehem lor Philadelphia at 4 P. M. I hroUKh Tickets must be ptocuied at the ticket office!. THIRD Street, or BERKS htreet -LLI3 CLARK. Agent 1 FREIGHT LINES FOR NEW YORK AND al theStations on the CAM DEN and AMBOY and connecting Railroads. Increased despatch. 1 HE CAM) EN AND AMBOY RAILROAD AND TRANSPORTATION COMPiNV FREIGHT LINKS lor New YorkwiU leave WALNUT street Wharf at a o'clock P. M., daily (Sundays excepted). Freight must be delivered beiore IU F.U., to be for warded the same day. Returning, tbe above lineawui leave New York at 12 noon, and 4 and 8 P. M. Freight for '1 renton, Princeton, K htgston, New Brnns. wick, snd all points on tbe Camden and Amboy RaU. The Belvldeie Delaware RallroaA Upshurg wltn the Lehigh Valley Railroad, and at Manua ksobunk with all points on m lielawure, Lackawanna, aud Western Railroad, forwarding to Syracuse, Buffalo, snd other points In Western New York. The New Jersey lialiroad connects at Elizabeth with Hie New Jersey Central Railroad, and at Newark wltk the Morris and Essex Railroad A slip memorandum, siweirylng the marks and num bers, shippers snd consignees, must, In every instance be sent w ith each load of goods, or no receipt wlil b given. Increased facilities have been made for the transportation ot Live Stock. Drovers are Invited to try tbe route When stock is furnished In quantities of two car-loads or more. It will be delivered at tbe loot ol Fortieth ticet. near the Drove Yard, or at Pier No. 1 N orth river, as the shippers may designate at the titan Ol shipment. Forteims. or other Information, apply ta WALT h R FREEMAN. FieMit Agont, II 1 NO. 22B S. DELAWARE Avenue, PhUadeiphW PHILADELPHIA, GERMANTOWN, AND NORR1STOWN RAILROAD. On and aiter WEDNESDAY, November 1st, 1865, unUt kurtber Notice. FOR GERMANTOWN. Leave Phil adelpbla 0,7.8, 9, 10. 11, ISA. M.,1, 1, 310 SH.4,5 BH,,7. B O, 10, 11, 12 P. M. , Leave Germanlowu 6, 7, 7H. 8,8 20, 0, 10, 11, 12 A. M , 1,2 8, 4,4H. 8 6)4,7.8,0. 10, II P.M. Ibe 8 20 down train, and 3H and 5H up tralni will not stop on the Geraiantown Branch. ON SUNDAYS. Leave Philadelphia 910 A. M., 2, 7. )0H P. M. Leave GeiuianfownS A. M.. 1, 6, l)H P. M. CHESNUT HILL RAILROAD. Leave Philadelphia 6, 8, 10, i2 A. M., 2, 8.3H 5li,T,l "Leave" Chesnut Hill 710 minutes, 8, 9 40, 11-40 A. V., '40. 1 tO, 5 40. 8-40, 8' 40, and 10-40 minutes P. M. ' ' ON SUNDAYS. Leave Philadelphia 910 niluutes A. M.,2 and TP. If,. Leave (bo-nut Hill 7'40 minutes A. M 12 40, 6 40, an ' Ftllt'lONSHOHOCKEN AND NORRI8T0WN. Leave Philadelphia 8. 8-35 minutes,, U-05 A.M., Ih, I. 4M. bh, X, 80ft minutes, and UH P.M. I eave Notrlstown 6H,7, 7 50, 9, 11 A. M.,1X,4J4, C, SA4 fl P M 1 he 554 P. M. ttaln will stop at School Lane Wla hltkou, Mauuyuuk, Spring Mill, and Conshohocken only. OS KUNDAkS. Leave Philadelphia 9 A. M., 2)4. and 7 P. M. Leave N orristown 7 A. M , aud 5 P. M. , FOR MANAYUNK. LeavePhllsdolphiaa. 8 36 minutes, 1105 A. M., in, it 6, 6)4. 8-U5, and 11)4 P. M. . . Leave Mauayuuk bit, IU, 8 20. OX, 11X, A. U.. I, , H1'M' ON SUNDAYS, leave Philadelphia 9 A. M., 2. aud 7 P. f Leave Manayuuk 7(4 A. M . 6, aud 8 P. M. W. b. WILSON. General Suiwrlntenilnr, Depot Mliltl aud GEE1 U U rxnrrrs jtain st 4 ilk a x,.nn,i... nn.it . iL'.'nS,?,i,,,d ,,,l,,lr'"t,n.nI,Plng at ' hestr, Wit. DilPKton. Perrvvll a. H.vr...ii,...lii -., .: D fkltro,, f hise's nd stetnnie'r's Run. ' Iieli vaie Railroad I'taiii ,,t a i a . . . , , . ... m n. ,.illlMR tor Princess Ann.. Hll,,..rt , . . . u . u, u.i 1 luiviUICUIMB '"""!. ,u uci.iuri., iniawsre, ana rieming tout the New Jersey, tbe Freehold and Jamesburg, aa mo urnugioo ami ouni uoiiy Railroads, received ana lorwarueu up tu l i. ai.