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THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, APRIL 23, 1866.
MATTERS OYER THE RIVER. ItELiGious. The newly orftan'zcd Metho dist Episcopal Chnicti, the congregation of whioh worsnip in theOdd-rollows' Hull, m rapidly Increas ing in Humbert. Ttialr Pastor, the hV v. Mr. Raker, In in eloquent preacher, and attract largo audlencng. The congregation, will soon erect tor their uses a tino and commodious house ot worship on Coopnr street. The ordinance of Baptism was performed last even ing In Ihe labernaoie Baptist Church, as well as in one or two others. The religious interest which commenced some tnreo mouths ago is still Aept up, and attended with rcmaikubly good results iu alltho Tarious churches. Comino Down. The recent freshets la the Delaware are being taken advantage of by the lumbermen, who are bringing to market large quan tities ot rafts from the 'militaries flowing into tho river from Way no and Tike counties. It is said that the owners of rafts and lumlior dealors have leased the shore on the Camden side extending from the loo. of Stevens street to Kaighti's l'olut. tor the pur pose of a hai tor tor thoir lumber. This will form an excellent place to tie up raits, for they would be perlcctly safe in the severest storm. Again in Custody. A man named Hakes, Has Snyder, was arretted, several months ago, charged with having stolon a horse and carriage from Samuel Cako, Esq , of Lotigocoruing, and was found, or plead, guilty at the January term of the Court. But it was thought that he was crazy, and he was sent to the Insane Asylum. He soon afterwards made hi escape, but on Fuduv ho was roarrosMd at Rogers' Foia, and bi ought buck to Camden to await a trial. , Dangerous Weapon. Saturday night Mayor Budd gavo a hearing to a man who, in a til c f drunkenness, commenced boatiug his who in a fhameiul manner, aud wben her sister opened the doer to expostu ato with liim, he sound an axo, after the manner of Probst, and struck at ber. For tunately she drew tho doors.'iut as sne retreated, and the blow cut the door nearly through. Tho luan was committed to au-wer. . - . . Thr Ritad Season. The shtd fishermen. about Red Itnnk, (i'oucoster, and other points along the Delaware, aie dun g a fine and profitable busi ness. T ne Blind the present year are excellent aud pleutilul, while thepnoes a e also good to the sellor. A Beautiful Sunday. Yesterday was del'ghttul sabbnth, and the churches were largoly attended. Hundreds of 'peoide onme across the ferry to t amden in order to stroll In the bcautiluT suburbs, and get a full sweep of fresh air. CITY INTELLIGENCE For Additional Local Itf ms see EigMh Fage. Religious. The 129th meeting in behalf of trio I'hiladelpha t ract and Missionary Socioty' was held yes.erdav aiternoon, in the South Prosb-' terian Churort, J lifnt and Bed wood streets. Too Rev. John Moore aud otheis addressed the meeting. Last evening a meeting was held at tho Church of the Epipnauy with reference to the work of the Frcedmcn's Commission 01 the Protestant Episcopal Church. Addresses explaining the o ject and sue-: cess ol the society in caring for tha splrnual welfare of the ireedmen were made b' Dr. ilowe, Lr. Wash burn, and o; tiers, a collection in aid of the Coin-, wi. s on vi as taken up. Huhop Vail confiiniod, In the Episcopal Churches in this city and vicinity, irom the 1st to the lltii 01' A pril, inclusive, 443 porous. At St. John's l.ouiau Catholic Church, yestorday, ' f31t,0 was collected for tho low Seminary of tit. Charles Borromeo l be revivals in the Methodist Episcopal Church still continue in manv parts ot the country. For the b onth of March, conversions aud accessions to the number ot 15,436 are repotted. At ihe last meeting of the Central Presbytery of this city, Mr. Edward I'. Lkbonoa was received undor the care ol the Presbytery as a candidate tor licensure, and Messrs. J. S. Jones and S. Havre were lict uted to preach the Ciospcl The Kev Jonathan Kdwards received a recommendation to the Presby tery ol Ohio, and tho Rev. .VlorriB C. Sutphen to the! Second 1'resbytcry of New York. The Kev. T.M.I Cunningham and the Kev. J. Addison Henry were appointed delegates to the General Assembly. Ruling Kldcrs Joseph Harvey and John S. McClol lan were also chosen. . , , . . Thirty persons have been added to the Princeton Presbyterian Church. Twenty-fourth Ward, since; tue 1st 01 januarv; tnirty-two were added to the Kenunaton I'resbvtonsn Church at the last commu nion, aud twenty-ons wore ad ied to the Alexander ' Profbyterian Church, in this city, on buuday, April 8th. : Ihe congregation of tho Kensington Methodist Episcopal Church have purchased a houso ou Rich mond street, near the church, tor the use of tho pas tor. It has been furnished by the church. A second French church bns been owned at No. 1009 Chesnut street, ly the Kev. Iltnri .duuuy, a native ot Paris. Ihe ev. Dr. Durbin, at tho request of the Mis sion Board, will soon make the tour of the Metho dist Episcopal Ausstous in Central and Northern Europe, At a rccont mooting of tho American Bible So ciety, eleven new auxiliaries were recognizod, aud 16043 volumes were granted, and books to the amount of 81000 given io tuo Virginia Bible Society for gratuitous distribution. The Ktv. I.. Gerhard has resigned the Lutheran Somerset Pastorate, and is noiv residing In this city. Soap and Candle Works on Fibe. The alarm ot fire last evening, about seven o'clock, was caused by the oui nlng ot Landell's soap and candle works; on Delaware avenue, below Snacka moxon street. The building is lour stories in hoighi, anu is one ot tho largest and bent constructed of the kind in the city. The lire buried stubbornly during the entire evening, the flames being bard to subdue, owing to tho inflammable ua tiro ot the contents of tho building, ihe fiieuieu worked with much assi duity, and it was owing to their noble eil'jrts that the flames old not extend to a much greater distance. Ine loss was about t6,C0O: insurance S5000. The establishment is on of the most extensive of tho kind in this locality. During the alarm of Are the s'cam engine of the Fairmoi nt Fire Company broke down at the corner ol Seventh and Spring Garden streets, and remained in that position until lute, iu ihe evening before it con d be removed, Wm. Milkr, iweutv-Uve years of age, a member of the Mechanic Engine, was overcome while ruuning to the fire. He was removed to a drug store. Tub Dkabing Property Sold at Auc tion On Friday last, all the furniture, etc , of the bearing lauiily was sold at unction, at second and Union stiecta. Before the sa'e took piace, the only surviving member of the family, the boy Willie, made selections of such artio is as took his fancy, alter which the reniainier was knocked down to the highest bidder. The sa'e con. osted ot tables chairs. bedsteads carpeting, and household goods gene rally. The articles brought a la r price, with some exceptions. Tho bedstead on which the murderer ProLBt alept, was knocked down tor the Bam ot $125. A number ot persons who uttended the sa'e, leurn lngthattho articles to De dicoosed of belonged to the Dcaring luuiilv, viewed tiieai with muoli interest, but did not manuest any n'sj oitlon to purchase, owing to their association with tho late terrible tra pedv. llfte stated, however, teat thore are a large numoer or apnitcauts uosirous ot renting the pro peitv lately occupied by Mi Tearing and bis family. Among the goods sold ou Friday were large quauti ties ol potatoes and pieces of bum, etc., found on the premises aiur the minder. American Hit l men's 'League. Un der this title the various ritlo cluba and assooiations ot the untied status have formed a general orgmza tion, with the purpose and object ot stimulating a inenaiy intercourse among members of rifle prao. t.eine societies, in cultivating t ne art ot rifle shoot iug. and in diffusing a know eiie of the use of tire' arms generally among the nation, similar to tho or gamzatious ot Germany aud Nwltiwrlnnrf. at tlm annual gatherings of which ten ot thousands of the bett marksmen of the world congregate lor the pur pose designated. The second annual oonvocaiion ot tuo w ague oi ine unnea states will be held at Chics.go this year, commencing on the 18th of June. aud continuing for fivo dnjs Preuaration upon the most extensive scale, anu at an enormous outlay, aie iu onntemnlntiou to accommodate the ;nn,..n from all l aits of the Union who will have ample opportiuiii y ofl'ered them to te-t their skill with tlie rifle. Ihe Philadelphia liiflo Club, assoolatod with the xxague, win be represented at the lestival by aeiegaies. Tnc Mercantile Tax New Clasbifi cationb. The apuraieen ot the Mercantile tax for this city will soon complete their returns. Under the old law the highest class returned was those whose faies amounted to aou (XXI, but during the ro ent iomiod of the Legislature of Pennsylvania law was passed which provides as follows: In addi tion to the pi escnt classification of licenses of yen ders of merchandise, all dealers who are esteemed nd taken to effect annual sales to the a-nountot &0i',000 sball constitute olass A. and pay S860; those whose sa'es amouit to tl.ti00.000 to constitute clans B. and pay V40 those who sell to the amount of 2(Mu.(X)0 to be Classed C, and pay KX): sales of B,(iro,(KiO to be classed D.and par SO0j sales of 84.(JW,tAU to ee c B8u a, ana pay and those who sell o vw.vw to o ciusseu , and par VlUtx) This extension ot classes will add very considerably 10 uiereveuuvui m . mw. Tue Order of Odd Fellows. Vigilant Lodge, No. l.')6, ol this cify, have obtalnod per mission from the Grand l.ndt'c to have a cele bration Rt the Academy of Mitclc on the lGth of JIhv. This will bo tlic evening of the dav on which the ollicers oi the Grand Lodge will be in Mnllcd, and the new ollicers, with many mem bers ol 1lie Grand Lodge, will be present ou the stace, clothed in their magnificent reonha. Vipilant Lodire, No. 165, has been Bided in IhU matter by Enterprise Lodge, No. 2U1, ( Kadiant Ktar Lodge, No. 2.12, General Grant Lodge, No. 672, Mar ot Bethlehem Lodge, No. 100, Varadi e Lodge, No. 127, Chosen Friends' Lodg,1 No. 100, independence Lodge, No. 55, KtleiidHhip Lodge, No. 1.1, rhllnntbropic Lodire, No. 15, ami ti;ue rnl Marion Lodge, No. 6. The members of these Lodges, and the order pencrnlly, will atteud in full rccalia, and sneh of their ladles as are "IiRaMiters of RebekaV will wear the regalia Of the degree. ! The entertainments will comprise an instru mental concert and an oration by Past Grand 8ire James B. Nicholson, of tbis city, on the "Origin. Proarees, Design, and Character of Odd Fellowship." Mr. Nicholson is a very elonucnt man. and delivered his address t the Brooklyn Academy of Music last year to an immense and appicciative audience. He has held the highest oflice in the order President Grand Sire of the Grand Lodge of i lie United States. A New City Loan Authorized. The Legislature of Pennsylvania, bol'ore its adjournment, parsed tho lollowing act: ''It shall be Uwlul for the city of Philadelphia, whenever necossary to defray municipal expenses, to issue bonds to the amount of S6.000 000, in sums of not los than 100 each, pay able at such times as may be directed by the Councils ot said city, and bearing interest at a rate not to ex ceed seven and three-tenths pur cent, per annum, and to sell tho same in open markot to the higho-t bidder; J'rovidert, That none ot the said bonds shall be Hold for lcs than the principal sums named therein : I'mvided, Ihnt the oity shall have tho option at any time after five yoars trom the dalo of the sumo, io reduce the said interest to tho legal rate, or pay the pnncipal of tho bouda." Tbk Alleged Pickpockets. On Satur day aiternoon at two o'e ock, Morris Harris and James Mccarty weie to have had a further noaring upon the charge of attempting to pick pockets 1 hey were arrested in Bobmson's store, chosnut stieet, above Ninth. McCany was present at the hearing, but Harris was not, it being stated that ho wa sick. B. F. t-cott, auctioneer, testified that he heard a noie in the room, and supposed it to he a row; but, upon inquiry, heard that two tn lows bad been arrested for pocket-nicking. He did n jt know anything lurther. lie understood that a voting ian In Birch's auction store caw tho whole thing. McCarty was held in $800 bail for his future god behavior. Sutposed Suicide. Early yesterday a black cloth irock coat, in one ot the pockets ot which was a pair ot gir. s patter shoes, newly re paired, with a pair ot army shoes and stockings alongside of it, was founa at the toot of Queen street, on tho Delaware, leading to the bnliel that ho owner bad divested himsell ot them anil leaped overboard. Iu one of tne coat Dockets a receipt tor rent was found, oi which tho lollowing is a copy : Biceived, Apni lt lMbti, ol John Bradlov, ton dollars, lor a month's rent ol house 7, in rear of No. G Levant street. Thomas Cauu, VFor Joshua Longstreth." The coat, shoes, and stockings are at tho South- wark Police Stat ion. Tee Fire Department. The Washing ton Hoto Company bave bad their camave tho roughly overhauled and repaired. New and im proved sprinvs rave replaced the old ones Ihe lino pair of horses and eplondid set of harness purchased by the Liberty Fire Company, of Road- ing, as a gut lor tne rairmouut iro company, win lie nres nted on c-aturday next. Ihe costot this liberal gift is about 61700. i be Humane lloeo Company ha vo supplied them selves with new and substantial hose, with the im pioved couplings. ibe Columbia tlose company tntond presenting tbeir members, injured at tho fire at James, Kent, fcantee & co.'s, witn a new set oi equipments. Delegatks Elected. At a meetinar of the 1 ypofrapbical Cnton, hold on Saturday oven in?, John M. Perry aud John U. Eckert were olected de'eeates to represent the Philadelphia Typo graphical Union at tho Aational l ouvontion, to be hi Id at Chicago on tho ii'st Monday in June next. Thomas J. Cboate, V i limn u. Lckert, and Samuol D. Carter were elected to represent tue Union in the Trades' Assembly. Dedication. Yesterday afternoon the school-rooms ot St John's German Luthoran Church, at Fifteenta and Ogden streets. wr dedi cate d to the service ot God. The exercises were participated in by several clorgymen ol this pr suasion, and were of a hiuh'v iutensting character. An evening service held in tne building was largely attended. ' Visiting Fire Company. On Thursday next, the Hope Fire Company, No 2, of Harrisburg, will vi-it this ctty, on which occasion they will pre sent a handsome silver lire service, torches, etc., to the Ytcstern isicnm Fire Engino company, tho pre sentation to take place at tho ban to bo given ac the National Guards' Hull, on the 26th lust. Coroner's Inquest. On Saturday the Coroner held an inquest upon the body of Ahby Brown, who tell out ot a window at her residouce, bouth Juniper street, on Ihursdav ovouing last. A verdict in accordance with the tacts was rouderod, AMUSEMENTS. K ISLET'S CONTINENTAL NEWS 1XCHANUE. (jhOicereaiB to m p acrn u juuuboiuvu ubj. u unu no to BH o'clock anv evening. 1 81 ly JEW CH KoN LIT BXKrJliiT TUEATKK. 1 CHESNUT Street, above Twelfth. LKONA.BD GKOVKK & WILLIAM E. SINN, Lessees and Manaxers. WILLIAM e. Pisa nmiurai maaasor. JIOOrB UPtSU HI I. aiquc a. f ir. THU EVKMNO, THIS EVENING, THU KVfcNINU, SECOND WEEK OF IIIK . . SUCCESSFUL tNGAGEMENT OF W188 MAGOIK MITCHELL, MMS MAdOIE MIl vjUJCLL, Mv8 M AGO IE MITt'llELL,, sllUa MAUGltS M11CH-.LL, who will appear run innF'r, .iuniou.iui( ,n her ordinal and npUot . THE VEAKL OIT SVOI. THE PEARL Of 8 WOV. 1 HK I'KARL OK SAVOY. Mils MAGGIE MITCUKLL will ne supported by It It. J. W. COLLI Kit, Miss JOSIE ORl'OS. and the strentfh of the Company. liiw ua ueiiaiiiui mwim., Expensive Appointments, etc. etc In actlvs preporatioD. .,. LIT I I.E H AHF.KOOT. 8ATUR1) Y AFTEKNOON, April J8, GKANI) FAMILY MATIKEti, Second Matinee Pertoruiaoc; of i 11 P. kl.YIU DUTCHMAN. received on its first reiiresontatlon with the OKKAlksT rNTHt'SlAam. Admission to evening perloiniance, zoo., owe , ana i TIFALNUT STRKKT T H E A T R E. N. E. eemcr NltiTH and WALNUT Streets. Deglns quarter to B. VON DAY. Aorl' 23. MR. EDWIN HOOI'H wl'l bave the honor of mating his hist apoearanee In IMillatlelpula tor two years and wi.l give ids much ad mired conci piion anu reiiuinuu ui mircuvu i MOOR OF VES1CE. in Sliakesueare's grand traKedy of that na no in diioc v jiU C1IAULKS B "KUON, who has been specially entiapea to suntata Mr. Eawta ltuelh,will niuke his first apuearanoe as IACIO, Jfr. J. H. TAYLOR as OA8STO. Brabantlo Mr. O. H. OrlflltHs Ituileriuo ' Owen Fawcatt "esdemona. . . - Miss EtHe Uermon Chairs secured tlnet days In advance. MRF. JOHN THEATRE. PTtEWS NEW 4KCU STREET Regius at 1H o'clock. KIIfT WEEK OF MADAME CELESTE, i FlUBrviGUT OK IHK FLYING DUTCHMAN. ' MONDAY, April ft), I AMD I EVERY MOTIT, after cateful prepvration, with new scenery. Machinery, )rees, etc.. th great nantleal, spectaoular drama ol THK FLYING DlTTCdMANj Or, 1UB PUANTOJl SHIP. Vanderdecken, ) Tne Klvlns Hutehman, Madame CELESTE 'a1. Af thM fhuaim Hliln 1 Adnilrl Colpepper.,.......'. Mackay 'loby VarnUh Owen Mailewe The pice will be preceded each evening by A FAVORITE COMKDIK.TTA. I FKIDAY liSNEFlT OF MADAME CELE8TB. AJIFRICAN ACADEMY OF MUSIC, CORNER Of BROAD ard LO( I ST reew. Lessee and Manager WILLIAM WUEATLEY. i-i. ii Doors open at H past 7. Ihe overture begins at X betore 8. HPP.CTAL NOTICR. TOI'ULXR l'il'ES. In ornr to mtet the wishes of many families and na trons, the Manager respectfully announce! that, in con altlerailon ot ihls being , THE LAsT WKF.K BUT TWO, : ana prsltlvdv tlic ' FAREW ELL PERFORM ANCEB 15 THlfi CITY, OP Till MARVEt.LOt'H RAVELS, OAWRIFL, FltaNCOIS. ANTOISE. Yi.l'NO AME RICA. TI1EMARTISV.HH. MOOBITA PtHIA, JtOSs. VAN HVMMti. BTC tfe follow Ing Hcale ofl'rlces will he adopted : AOmnwIon M cents Kesrrved 'aoi cenw Fanillv Irelc HO cents Anipnitheatie cent MoMMY EVENING. April 13. will he presented, for the first time, the grand lalry pan tomime, fn.ltled BAOULi , ! THE MAbIC STAR, In fourteen tableaux, abounding with wonderful tricks,' trunstonnatlous. and illusions. Ranul FR VNf'OIS RVVKL Courrl ANTliSB RAVEL l.aiiiliola 10UNG AMERICA The I'etof the city. YOUNG AMERICA, will commence the performance with his new and startling teats on the Tl RE !. FLYING TRAPEZE. Te be followed by the bcaatlnil grand ballet enti tled the ALCFIYMIST. Fallale GABRIEL RAVEL. Atiparltiun.... signorlui PEP 1 1 A E.Uri Mons. VON HAMMt. tATCRIiY F I'EKNOOJi, at il o'clock. r FOl h lfl iRAMRAVKL MATiNhE. Admission, wltk reserved seats .10 tents b'Sisrno secured six d.vs in advance at ' W.A. Truu pler's Music Store, 8 E comer Seventh and Ches ti nt streets and at the Box Ollice ot the Academy ot Music Irom 9 A. M. to 4 1'. M. , V FW AM ERIC AN THEATRE i WALK t'T Street, above Eighth. POWEUrUL AtTRu TIOli. .VrRY KVE.MNO, AKD ON WEDNENDAY AND SATLKDAY AFTER ftOONH, TT1E WONDFR. t L MVO EDDIK, Mr G. W. SM If Hand Ballet troupe BlTiLl soliv;. M'lHOPIA OTERA fOUPS. TWO GRAM) BALLETS. DRAM. HO rOMPAN if, and COMIC PiNIOVlME TKOUPIi. M U S I C A L S O I II E E , EVERY EVENING, AT THE CITY CHKSH AND BEADING ROOM3, No 1231 rHr8NPr Street, Phi adelphla. C4 16 Ira GERMAN I A ORCIIKHlRA.-rUBLIC RE hearsals everv mTI RDAY AFTERNOOH AT lirslt'AL Kl'KD HALL. 8 o clock, hnaogement mum by ndrt resting GEO HQV. B AST f. RT, A gent. .mi. 1U31 MONTEREY street, between l;"e and Vuie 1 16 lin LEGAL NOTICES. IN THF COCRT OP COMMON PLEAS FOR J. THE CITY AND COUST Y OF PHIT AliELl'H! A. MARTHA STR.ATTAN, ( II ARLKS ST.fAiTA.V. SeniemberTerin, 1H4. No. 14. In Divorce. To ( barles Mraitan. HOMHimlent -lr : 1 ho Coart has granted a rule on vou to show cause why a divorce irum the hoinis ol matrimony should not be decreed In tho above case, returnable on S.AIT'RDAY. April 28, lalih, at IU o clock A -M l'cisunal service oi this notice having tal ed on account ot vourabseno-. ll. UUKIIHN HKl.M. IV l,h,. 4 20 'm2w . Atiorncy for Llbehant. INSTATE OF ROEERT B. WOODIIUKN, DE JCj ceaxf.d. Letters ot Administration having been du'y granted to the undersigned, ail peisons indebted to said estate, will please make payment, and these having culms against the same will j resent them wfaout de av. JOSLrii M. PILE, Administrator, 91!)m6t No. 4T3 WALNUT . Stieet, INSTRUCTION. IV EST GROVE BOARDINO - SCHOOL V ferGlrls atWES'l GROVE STATION, Phi ade phlaand Ha tlmure Central Rallrnad, Chester Co., Pa. The Hummer Term ot full twenty weeks will com irrnee on Recond-day. the 7 h ot 5th mo. next. The course of in. truction Is complete and thorough, competent instructors are eivnloyed, and Improved me thods of teaching are adopted. The promotion ol the health and happiness of the pupils is a leading objeou For circulars, aduiessthe Principal. THOMAS P. CON ARD, If 22thm0t ' WEST GROVE, Pa. CITY ORDINANCES. EESOLUTION Approving tho Sureties of John L. Hill and K. fienry Kmith, Contractors lor Cleansing the Ktiei tsol the Northern D.strio' ; and Henry Hick lev, Contractor for Cleansing the Streets of the Southern Uis riot. Reeolvid, By the (select and Common Councils ot the Citv ot l'hiiadulohia, That J Preston Wil liams aud Charles Sliick aie hereby aiiprovod as the sureties ot John L. Hill and H. Iloury Smith, Con tractors for Cleansing the Streets ol the Northern Ulftrict 'J hat William U. Kern and Samuol F. I'rince are hereby approved as the sureties of Iloury Biokley, Contractor lor Cleansing, the streois of tho Soiuu ern District. And the Citv Solicitor is hereby directed to have bonds, with warrants oi attorney, prepared lor said parties to execute, and cause judtrmouts to bit en tered theieon. .And lurther. to hie oortinoaxes oi record that' the hen ol the Judgmouts eniered in pursuance of said warran's of attorney shall only operaie against ine rtsp ciivo uruperiies auuiu.bbuu to tho Committee on Finance by tho said sureties; that is to say, the lien of 'he Judgmont agaiustJ 1'roston W llllams shall only operate ou and against certain lots' of ground, whereo i are erected tue bouses numbered 1123, 1125, 1127, aud ll'i'J Vine street; also lots ot ground, whereon are erected rim houses numbered 1117. 1119. 1120,1121,1122 1123, 1124. 1126 1126, aud 1128 1'earl street ; also lot o. rround on the east side ot Aioreron riace, witn tne builaings thereon erected ; also lot ot ground on the west side of Moroton Place, with the buildings thereon ereotod: also lot ot ground on Liwsou stieet, whereon is erected houses numbered 2, 8, 4, and 6; aud also a lot ol ground, wheroou i erected fremifis num tiered n ooa street, an in tue ourteenth Ward. The lien ol the judgment against Charles Shiek snail only operate on and against a certain lot or piece of ground, whereon is e rected premises numbered 1020, 1022 and 1024 N. fifth street; also lot of ground, whereon is erected pren ises numbered 1026 Randolph street, in the Sixteenth Ward) also lot or piece of ground, whereon is erected premises numbered 1720 Kitten house stioi t, In the Eighth Ward; aud a. so lot or piece ef pround, whereon is ereotod prem sos num bered 1018 Milton street, in tne Seoond Ward, t hat tho hen ot the judgment against William HI. Kern shall only operate on and against a certain lot or piooe ot ground, wheieon is erected premi-es numbered 15fki Green street, in the Fifteenth Ward ; and ato a oi nam traoi or piece of land, situate on Lancaster avenue, in the Twenty -fourth Ward, containing wei ty four acres and three-quarters of an aore. That the lien of the (udgmeut asainst Samuol F. Prince shall only operate on and against a certain tract or piece ot laud, with theiuinroveuien's thereon ereoied, situate in the Twenty-first VV ard. contain ing nine y acres, more or less; and also oertuln lot or piece of gronnd, whereon is ereotod stabled and oflice numbered 2214 Cheinut street, in tho Eighth Ward. WILLIAM 8. 8TOKLEY, President of Common Council. Attest Abraham Stewart, Assistant Clerk of Common Council. JAMES LYM), President of Select Council. Approved this tweutv -first day ot April, Anno Domini one thousand eight hundred and sixty-six (A, L. 186b). ' MORION McMICHAEL. 4 28 It , Mayor ot Philadelphia. -RESOLUTION XV To Pave Warren and Bieh.jp streets, in tho Kiehtecnth Ward. Resolved. By the Select and Common Councils ot the City of 1'hiladolpliia, 1 liar the Chief Commis sioner of Highways be and he hereby autha, rized and direoted to enter into a contrast, with V competent paver or pavers, lor the paving ot War ren and Bishop stree's. from Richmond street to Biach street, in the Eighteenth Ward: tho e.mdl tions of taid contract shan be that the oontrctor shun collect the cost ot payinw from the owueis oi property fronting thereon aud he shall also eute. mto an obligation to tho city to keep the stieota iu pood order lor tnrce years altor the paviuir is tinfshed. ! WILLIAM 8. 8TOKLEY, President oi Comtnou Couuil, . Attest ' ' "V . Abraham Bnwur, . AimiBtant Clerk of Common Ceuncil. ,, JjI1E3 LYN1, President oi faeloot Council. Approved this twenty -nrs day on April, Anuo pouuni one thoneanc. eiRht hundred and sixty -ux tA. u. im). t MORTON McMlf UJAEL. j 4 88 It Mayor ol Puird'phia. CITY ORDINANCES. AN ORDINANCE To Make an Appropriation to Pay Certain Claims. Seonon 1. The Select and Common Councils ol the City ot Philadelphia do ordain, 1 hat tbe sum of three thousand Bye bnndied and sixty dollars and nineteen cents be and tho same is hereby appro priatcd to aud lor tho lollowing purposes, viz. : Itc in 1. io rav A. lla'kitis lor orintiug jury lists for Court of Quarter Sessions tor the year lfe'j"), eighty dollaisaud loitv cents Item 3 To pay Benjamin Mifllln for argument list aud books luruial.ed J-upreme Court, eight) -onu dollars. Ittm 8. To ry John J Whitney ba'anee of pt t'enry bill furnished Supreme Court tor tho year IK iweiity-seven ool ats and twenty-four con's l cm 4 lopav John J. w hnnov lor stationery fur Court oi Quarter HeBions for tne year lWd. oiki hnnilred and ilfty-six dul ars and ecvciny-fivu cents. Iiem6. To pay John J. Whitney for stationery tor Supreme Court for the year 1810 three bundle! ard foity-seven do"srs and 'hirtv cents Item ti io par John J. Whunev for s'ntionery for t onrt ol Common Pleas for tbo year 186(1, sixty seven dollars. item 7. Io pay for mea's for jurors, Court of Quarter Sessions, two hundred and fi ty do lars. I'emS. lopav John J. Whitney tor books tor tho t:lerk ot Court of quarter Sessions, two hundred and tb rty-six dollars. Item 9. io pay Thomas W Pr:oo for bonks fur nished In the year lH(i5 to the R o rder of i)eods, seven hundred and mnoty-etvht dollars Item 10. Io tay I homas W Prico lor books tar nished in the year 116 to the Register ot W ills, Circe bundled dollars. Item 11. Io pay r homes W. Prie for books fnr mslied in tho yar 106 to the Clork ot the Orphans' Court, two hundred dol ars. Item 12. To pay Thomas W. Trloe lor stationery furnished in the vear 1806 to the District Court, ouu Lundred and thirty ono dol nrs Item 13. To pay Thomas W. Price for books and binding lor the vear 18 'o tor Ihe 1 rothonotary ot the District Court, four hundred and slxty-eiplit doiiars and tilt? cents. Item 14 lopavThomns W. Irlce tor books and binding lor the ear 18tl6 for the Frnthonorury ot tho Court tit ommou Pleas, three Hundred and scvi nteen dollars. Item 16. To pav for makinc and printing eRt;rmtos of l ontrollers lor the year 18t)(), ouo huudred dol lais. And warrants for Items 1, 2, 8, 4 6, 6, and 7 xlmll be draw n by tho Citv Commissioner". W arrant tor Items 8, 0, 10, 11, 12, 13, ana 11 shall le drawn by the City holicicor And lor Ittm 16 by the Ctty Controller. WILLIAM 8. fllOKLEV, President or Common Council. Attest ABRAHAM STEWAHT, A:SistantClork of Common Council. JA.V.Ea LYNO. President of Select Council. Approved this twcnty-litst day of April, Anno Domini one thousand eiuht hundred aud gixtv s,x(A. D. 1806). MORTON JlcM'CIIAEr,, 423 It Mayor of l'hiladoiphia N ORDINANCE To Authorize the Erection of School Bui'ditiRs in the First Ward. ec'lon 1 1 ho Select and Common Conncl's of tho City ot Phi'adelphla do ordain, That the Coutro -lots of Public schools behind tliev lire hereb athor lod to enter Into a contract or contracts with a com petent person or persoi.s tor tho erection of tvo buildings tor school Ditrnoses in the First Ward of the city ot Philadelphia one ot them to bo erected at the souibeast. comer of Minth and Taskor streeti, and the other on tho south tide ot Morris street, eighty feet east of Scond street, each Dmldiuir to fiord room for ten school divisions and each build ing to cost not more than at'eon thousand dollars; the plans and stmc ficntions for the s"ms to i e first eticroved bv the Controllers of Public Schools and the Committee on Schools of theso Cotiucils: Pro vided, Taut each contract shall con am a stipulation that the contract price thereior shall be payable in certificates ot man issued unoertho ordinauo" ap proved December 1, 1864, entitled "An ordmauco to authorize a loan for school purposos:" and provided lurtner, that the said Controllers shall advertise twice a week lor two weons tor proposals tor the erection ol said buildings andor this ordinance, an i said proposals, when received, shall be opened on a day and hour to be fixed in sa:d advertisement in tbe presence of snch Committee of the Controllers as they shall designato, and of tbe Commie ee ou Schools ot Councils and such ot tho bidders as may choso to be present; and the contract or contracts stall be awarded to the lowest b.dder for the con tracts respectively, from whom secmity shall De re quired in such sum as the said Controllers and Com mittee on Schools may dotrmine. WILL1AA1 8. SlOIiLEY, President ol (.ommou council. Attest - Benjamin H.HAnntB, ' Clork oi select Council. JAMES LTND, ' ProMdou'. of Select Council. Approved tbis twenty-first day of April. Anno Domini ono thousand eight hundred and sixty-six (A. D. ltitSG). JUUJttlUJN SIC" IUII ALU 4 23 It Mayor ol Philadelphia. AN ORDINANCE Authorizing the Trustees of the City Ice Boat to Contract for tbe Construction of anew Ice Boat. Section 1. Ihe Select and Common Councils ottho City ol Philadelphia do ordain. Hint the Trustees of the ity Ice Boat be and are horeb-' authorized to enter into a contract with one or more competent person lor the constraonon ot a now ice u.iai to be built ot iron, with new hoi ers.at a cost not to ex ceed tbe sum of one hundred thousand (Sl W.OOy) dollars, to De payable in tue bix por ouutuiu loan oi the city at par. WI.UL,1AIU a. niuivici, ' ' Prosidoutol Coinmju Council. . Attest ' . k Abraham Stewart, Assistant Clork of Common Council. JAMES LVND, 1 President of Se eot Council. Approved this twenty-first dav ot April. Anno Domini one thousand eight hundred and six.v-s x ( A. D. 1SC6). jHUitiuK nciiiLttAtL, 4 28 It ' Mayor o 1' Philadelphia. AN ORDINANCE To Make an AiiDrooriuuon to Pay for the printing of a Manual for Members of t ouuclls. Section 1. The select anu uommou couuous oi tne City ot Philadelphia do ordain, That the sum of three hundred dollars be and tbe sama is uerebv ap propriated to tbe Clerks ol Couucils to pay lor the i riming ot a manual lur muiuucrs ui iumiuns And warrants for the amouut shall be dra vu by the Clerks of Councils in conformity Aith existing ardinances. WILLIAM 8 SrUKLEX, President of Common Council. Attest Abraham Strwart, Assistant Clork of Common Cotinn.ll. james lynd, President of Select Council. Approved this twenty-first day ot April, Anuo Domini one thousand eight hundred and sixty six (A. D. 1866). MORION McMICiIAF.L. 4 28 It . Mayor of Philadelphia. RESOLUTION To Kepave Minerva Street, in the Thirteenth Ward. Resolved, By the Select and Common Councils ol the I ity of Philadelphia, That the Chiof e ouiinis sioner of Highways be and be is beroby authorized and directed to repave with tramway stone Minerva stieet, Irom sevenih to Franklin street, in the Thir teenth Ward. WILLIAM 8. SrOKLEY, "si Preeidtut of Common Council. Attest Abraham Stewart. ass, stunt Clerk of Common Council. JAMES LYND, President of Select Council. Approved this twenty-first day of April, Anno Domini one thousand eight hundred and aixty-eix (A. D. Ic66). . MORTON MoMICHAEL. 4 23 It ' Mayor ot Philadelphia. TlESOLUIIOS It Relative to a Revision of Grades in tbe Twen tieth and Iwenty tirst Wards Resolved, Bv the Se'eot and Common Councils ot tie City of Philadelphia, That the Department of urveys be and they are hereby direoted te revise the grade regulations of so much ot tbe iwentie'h and Qweuiy-Urst Wards as is embraced wittiiu the diuits oi Aintb and Broad streets aud Berks aud Susquehanna avenues. H WILLIAM 8. 8TOKLEY, President of Common Council. Attest 1 ABRAHAM STEWART, I Assistant Clerk of Common Council. ! JAMES LYND. President ol Seleot Council. ! Approved tbia twentr-rinu day of April, Anno Domini one thousand eight hundred and sixty aix (A. D. 180b,. HORTON McM fCII AKL, ; 4 28 It Mayor ot Philadelphia. RAILROAD LINES I1I1JT APFLrilTA, WILMINGTON, AND BAL TIMORE RAILROAD, TIME TAT1LF. remmflirlng MONDAY April 1. lPtW. Trans wl'l lrae 1 epet coiner ot UROAD Street and WArtll! SO 'ii'K Avfiuie. s lotlowsi Fxiiress Irsln at 4 IA A. M. fMonds.vs eTceoted). for Pnlilrr.ore and W ashinvton stopnlng at Chesto' Wh mli.tin. v ark. h Ik ton, Noitht sst, Perry vibe, Havre. te (.race. A brnleen.l'eriyrosn's, Mag. olia, c huso's and frtfn.mrr's Run Wav y Trsln st IS A. M. (Sundnvs cieepted). for Fsitunore, st pplng at all regular stations between Phi li.Orli lua and I altlmer . Delavinre Railroad Train at t A. M. (5nnd"B ex-, rcptid.ior Pilticcss Anne. lliord. tnd Intermediate slstiei t. i upress Train at mi A.M. (Sundays excepted), lor Batin.oie nfl Wsshlnpton. I xpii ss 1 rain at it V M. (Sundays excepted), lor ha' Iniere rd Wsshlnpten. s'opplng at Chester, t:lav mm t, w I'rr.li iiten, Kevtars. Klkton, ortheast. l'errj-vl Io, Dsvie de (I'sce. Aberdeen. 1'erryman's, Kouewood Mag neiia, bare's and Memuier t Run Mlit 1 xpnss at 11 P. M..lor Daltlniore and Was'.i Irition. I rfelif rrs bv Roat from Ila'tlinore lor Fortress Mon roe Norn Ik. t ity Point, and lilehmond, wt 1 take the It 4 A M irsln. VILMINOTON ACCOMMODATION TtAIVl. Plopnieg at an Matlons between ihllailelphlu and W II ni.iijieii Leave Phllaile'phta atfl. 11 ISA. M.. AM 8. and II 30 P.M. The 4-ll(i P. M. train ennneets with Delaware Railroad or Harrington and intermeilinte stations. Liavc l.nilugton at 6 45 8. and DUO A. M., 4 anil 6 ,11) P. M. Trains for New Castle leavo Philadelphia at 9 A. M.. 4 I0no P. M. iiimn (;n trainh from rattimorb Leave Wlloilnuten at 11 A M., 4 8H anil 10 P. M. CHie'lhK KO FIllLADr.U'HlA. Lfave Ches'er at 7 4K, R-4. It) 14 and II 40 A M.,4- 43 A .ii, i .'; si it in :i p. M. Fl.OM PALTIMiiRKTO PHILADK.LPIt V. I rove l altlmore A M.. Wav-tnalL n-ll A. M., Express Mil P. MExpiess. -3ft t. A.., I.xpreis. H ii V. M.. Fxbress TRAINS FOR BsLTIMORK Leave Chesierat 4 40 anils fil A. M ., and 3 3R P. t. 1 rate V llmlnston nt 5 i-i aim 0 3.1 v. M. anil 4 I.t P M. Ficght Trslns si h Passenger Cars attacned will eave as follovi : llnilngton tor vrr vee and intermediate siatlnns at 6 IS P. M. Jla tlmnre for Hm re-de Uraee and Intermediate stations at 4 4ft P. M.- Penwlllo for V1. in' ii Him and lo'crinediato stations nt ft 'DO A. M . con necting at Wilmington with 8 A. M. train for I'bllsde. pb a. PCNDAY 1RXIN3. Fxeress Train at 4-l A M. 'or I'.nltlmore and wah Irgion a'dpimiK at i hesti r, Wilmington, Newark K.ltt ton, or het. Perryvlhe Havre-de-Grace, Aberdeen, l'iri nun's Magno la. Chase's and Mommer'a K'in. Klt-bt Express, 11 P M lor Paltimore and Waslilnjrton. cccnimoilaclen Train at 11 30 P.M. for Wllmiiiuton and Intermediate station'. HACUMOHt FOR PHILADELPHIA.. Leave Paltimore at 8-2ft P. M , siopnlng at Havrn-ile-Craee Vervville, and 'Wilmington. Also s ons a' Kik ton and Newark (to take passengers for Phi adnlpnlaand leave passentters trom Washington or Baltimore) and ( bestir to leave pusscnuers Horn Baltimore or Wasu Incton. Acconimodstlon Train from Wl mlngton for Philadel phia and lutvruieulate stations at "0 P. U. 4 IK II F. KKNNtY.Jiuperlntcndent. , phivNSYLVAMA CKNTIiAL RAlLTvOAD 1 hPltO AHRaNUKMKnT. Ibe Trains ot tee Pennsylvania Central Railroad have 'be Jierot. a' 1 biry-rirst and Market streets. fcich Is r ached bv the cars ot the Market Street Pus server Kallvt ay, tunning to and from the Depot. Tiia last car leaves Fioni street about 30 minutes Drlor to the departure of each Tialn. On Hunita.vs Cars lesve Elevon'h and Market streets 4i niiuotts bclcre the depaituie of the 1 venom Trains. " Mann's liagpaire Fxpress will ca I for anil deliver Parnate at tlie lirpnt. Order-, lef at the omee So bid (. I.esnut ftreet ni.l receive at 'entlou TaaiNt leave i Kl'OT. viz. : Vail Tra n at 8 efl a M fiioil Acccttinjodation.No. I at 10 On ' Fast Line t 12 W) M PsrKesnurg : li( i ((U j, li ai r ihl urt aci ouiuioilullon. . . ...at 2 30 " I am sster Aeccn.nioiiaileu at 410 " l'acli T ruin, No. i at 8-,to trie Jiai at n on " 1 bilaue ph a i xpicsst atll io 1IIAINS AIliaVE AT DEPOT. VIZ.! t tncinnatl Ixprrsst at M0 A.M Thiladc plila 1 xnresst. .at 710 1 so i Accou.nicdatlon, No. 1. ..at 8 2n " ..at BOO i ..at 12 30 P. ..at 110 " ..at 4 4" " j aiaesi uri. Lancaster Ira in , Fast Line Pao i .ccinirrodatlon, fJo. 2. I 111 V 1' V III...GU . .v . . B n. ..at R-flO narnsnurt; Accommoilatlon t 910 uat y. except Saturday, t Dallj-. i Dally, except alontlay. AH ether Trains daily, except Sunday. 1 tl'C I eiiLsyliania liallroau Company will not assume any risk tor Baggage except lor Wearing Apparel ani liu.lt iheir responsibility to One Hun red Dollars iti va.tie. Ail Keaxiige exceeding that amount in viue v, in be at tbe rltk ol tbe owners, unless takeu bv special contract -.. TICKET OFFICES Raveben opened at N o. 6?1 Chesnut street. Contlnen im iiuif, unu unuru nouse, wiiere i tenets mav be pro cur. d to all Important points in Pennsylvania, as well as t;e w est. Northwest -and Southwest; aud . all particu lars j'lvin as to time and connections by JOHN C. ALLKN. Ticket Agent. The Ticket Oflice at West Philadelphia will be conti nued s lieretotore, libera all Iniomation res.-ectleg routes, as well as llckebi, can he had on application to THOMAS It FARKE. , ... . Ticket Agent at the Depot. An V miirant Train runs dailv (except Sunday). For1 lull particulars as to fere and acconnnedailons apply to 3 12 r iv m-iis r ti h., No. 137 DOCK Stre-t Jr.htfc. RAILROAD LINES m ruin iooi oi .via iixitT street (C pper Feny). l atl v, excett snedm s i'.ALI. AD WINTFR ARRANOEMENT. ' Cen n.tnong W EDNESDaY . November 1ft. 18d. Fer Brideton. Salem, and ail fcta Inns on West Jersei ai d ui Pallreads.atBA.M. and 3-30 P. M. H. Mil villa and all Intermediate stations, at 9 A. a) ai d 3 i. M ton ape ay and Intermediate .-tatlons at 0 A. at.t taiuvlile. connoting with Frekhtlraln Passenger ' at attarbed ior t ane Jia.v, due 3'4S P. M., snd i f V U. iouj.1i I assenkcr uue t- P. M. toi ciassLoro and Intermediate Stations, at ft A , ai- i.i a 3 ui P . M. Foi V. coi bury, tiloucester, ,eto. at 9 A. M.. S I v sun ft ltd p. M. Fre jilit nl be received at second covered wbarf below alnnt stieet. Irom 7 A M, until 6 P. M. t leiiht itceived before 9 -v. M. will go' forward same iiav . Freight delivery, Ko. 228 8. Delaware avenue. ,-. ,.J -VA hist,S1' ER. nuperintendent lhf. W EfT JEPhEA KXPRtHv COkFaM Alllattuid to all the usual branches of express bushiest, r ceive, deliver, aud forward through other responsible xpieta teuiDiiuies, u all parts oi tbe country, any aitcle in 'rusted to tbem. ' A special Messenger accom janies eack through trait nitre No ft Weinut street tl 16 8m L,htl(,HT LINKS FOR NEW YORK ANT) r ah the Stations on the CAMDEl and AM BOT and connecting Fal roads. 1M Ll-ASED DESPATCH. Ttli C'MDKA aM) AM BOY RAICIOAD AND RAfOHlA-noN company freiort llnks ,c!t,,"'WT,1?rk7"!1 '"''WALNUT Street Wha.fatO O'i lock P M. daily .Sundays excepted. Frelebt must be delivered before 4M o'clock, to be for v aided ibe sume fay Returning, the above lines will leave XewTorkatl2 noon, and 4 and 8 P. M Frelln forTen'on Princeton. Klnaston. New Hruns wick, and ail points on tbe Camden and Aniboy Rail road ; a so, on the BeiVldere Delaware and Fleming ton tie New Jersey, tbe F'teehold and Jameaburg and the l urhngten aud Mount Holly Railroads, received and ler aided up to I P. M. 'ibe Belvidere Delaware Itcllroad connects at Phi llps buru with the. Leblgh Valley Railroad, and at Manun kactiunk with ad points on the Delaware, Lackawanna, and Western Ral road, forwarding to Syracuse, Bulla o and other points in Western New York 'the New Jersey Railroad connects at Fllzaheth with theNewJersev ( entral Railroad, and at Newark with the Men Is and Essex Railroad A a li memorandum, pee living the marks and num bers, thlppers, and conslf nees, must. In every instance, be sent with each load oi goods, or no receipt wl,i bo gtven. V it. Increased facilities bave been made for tb transportation ot live stock. Drovers are Invited io tr the route. When stock is turnisbed In quauiltlea ot tw carloads or more It w'l: be delivered at the foot of For tie h street near tbe Drove Yard, or at Pier No. t North River, as the shippers niav design te at the time of shipment. lr term, or other Iniormatlon, apply to WALiER FRHElfiAN. Freight Agent. tl 1 Ko 22BH. DELAWARE Avenue. Phl'adelDhla muebti l ltiA, (.LKMANTOWN, AND J.UK1US " lltVS KAlliKUAJI. On and aiter WEDNESDAY, November 1st, I860, antli b7 UI 1 II Til win n. rOlt OI-KMAN'IOWN Leave Fblladelphla . 7 8, 0, 10 11, 12 A. M.,1, 2. 1'lO T.4, ',. 8 9,10, 11. i I' M ' ' I.euve Cermantown 6,7, 74, 8, 8 20, 0,10, 11, U A. M 1.2 3, 4.4H.6 b 7,8,0 10,ilP. ai. 11 e 8 2' cow n train, and 3H and fiK up trains will not Hon on the Ceruitntovn pranch. ON trNDdYS, Leave I'blladelpbiaVlO A 11., 2 7 104 P. M. Leave Ceiuiantown 8 A. M.. 6 f)H P M. tl'ESNCT BILL RAILROAD. Leave Philadelphia 8. 8,10 li A.M., 2, l,3H 6H.7.8, si d 11 P. M Leave i besnut hill MO minutes, 8. 9 40, 11-40 A. M 40 I0 1 40. 6 40 t 40, and 10 40 minutes P. M. ON SUNDAY. Leave Philadelphia 010 minutes A. M., 2 and 7 P. M Leave i bc-n Jt liltl 7'40 uiinitea A, M 12 40. '40. ano 26 niinu es P M I Ft R ONSHOHOCKFN AND KORRISTO WN. l eave Philadelphia . 8-35 nilnu es,, U-OiA.M., IM tH,6H 8 Oft minutes, and 11H P. it. I eave Norrtctowa CH, 7. 7 Ml, 9, 11 A. M.. 1M.4M, 6, an 8 M 1 he ft P. M. tialn will stop at School Lane Wlssa hlckon, Uanayunk, Spring Mill, and couahobocken onlr OS MNDAY8. Leave Phllailelphia 9 A. M..2K andTP.M. .Iave Norristown 7 A. M , and P. M. J FOR WANAfl'KK., Leave Philadelphia . 8 3ft minutes, 110ft A. M., IM, . 1H '614,6)4, S'tift, and H P. U . . Leave Uona unk 6xt. 7M, ( 20. 9M, UM, A. H.. , s, i 5 OM srNDATB. ' Vesve Philadelphia A. M.. 24 and 7 P. M. Uivelanavi.nk7 A. M . 4H. and 8 P. M. W. H. WILkON. Oeneral Satirlntende, C AjepolNINTU and ORElJg aire W RAILROAD LINES. JEADINO RAILROAD. i i .vf..1' LPH' TO IHE INTERIOR OP ivwVLY,AN. "HE 61 nVYl.RII.I., M-80UE-VAAi' IMJ'FRI.ND. AMD WYOMINO VaC CANADAS K1". NORltaWKSr, AND TUB WINTER ARRAKOfMKNT OF PASSENGER 1 RAINS. rVntfi,ii?t0mD",l:r',I''t' THIRTEENTH ad hours --- streets. 1 hliadelphla, at the lollowing . . . r . lo"NINO MAIL. At 8 A. M. tor Rendltif l.h.nnn n.l.MM Tlttm- Vllle I'lnetirnve Tamaoiia' I Inilra, Koeliester Mn.ara Fa s. Ituhalo. A lentown, llkfsbarre. 1 Ittsten, York, Carlisle, hambersburg, llni-erstewn. etc. etc B This train connects at RF.AfilNO wi h Fast Penn sylvania Itallread trains for Ailentown. etc.. and the Lthanin Ynllry train ler Ilarrlslmrg. etc at PORT t LINTON with niawttss Rsilroa.T trms tr Wll 'i". ,nlVvV0Cfc. "aven. Flmlra etc.! at HARRIS tt HO t with Northern Central ( utMierland Vn ley. and Schuvlklll and Snsnnelianna trains inr Northutnlier cta 'etc "' """'"'rt Yurli-- Chamliersburg, iluiiovo, . , ' AFIF.RNOOV EXPRE-8 Leaves Piillacelphla at 8-gn p. m , tor Reading I'otM vllle, llnrnstitirg oio., connecting with Reading and tn unuiia Railroad trains tor Columbia, ete , ai d with Cntawlssa hatlmad trains lor Milton. Williamsnnrt. y imlra, ltnfale etc. ItKAliiMi ACPOMMnniTinv Leaves Heading at 6 30 A M., stopping atallwixv sta tions, airiving at l'lillauelphla at 9 M A. M. Returning, leaves Philadelphia at 4 30 A. M t arrives in Reading at 1.10 P. M. 1 rnins ior flnladeiphia leave TIarrlsbarv at 7 2 A M. and Pot svllle at tt .10 A J1 arrlvinir In Philadelphia at -'' ' M Aiteiapon trains leavo Hi.rilslinrg at 145 P. M , rottsvllle at 2 4.P. M , arriving in il'hlladclphla at 1 '05 1'. M . H ARRISBT'RO ACCOMVOD TION. Leaves Remling ai 7 3ft A M. and Marnslmrg at 9 00 P. S'arket train, wlih pasenKr ear attached, leaves Phi adelplila at 1'i 4S neon tor Reading ano all staili ns. Leav s licadlinr at 11 3ii A. M. and Downlng town at 12 30 P. At.,, lor Philadelphia and ah way star thus All tbe above trains ran dally, Sundays excepted. Sunday trains leave 1'ottsville at btH) A. At., and Phl lade plila at ft-lft p M. CHI-8'ER V ALL IT R MLROAD, Psssen.ers tor Downinatuwn and Intermediate points tske the 8 On A.M. and 4 30 P M trains trom Phila delphia, returning irom Downiugtown at 7 Oft A M. and l.'it noon. NEW YORK EXPhEHS FOR PITTBCRQ AND THE . WEnT. Leaves New York at 0 A M., and 8 P. M.. paslng Reainnii at 1 A. M and 1-48 P. M , and connecting at ' Harrisburg wlih Pennsylvania and Northern Central Baihoad express trains for Pituburg, Chloago, WU ilamsport. Klmira. Iialt'moro, etc. lit turning, express train ieuves Plarrlsbnrg on errlval ol ibe I'enusylvaiila express trom Pltisntirg. at 3 and 95A M . iiassing Reading at 4 40 and 10 6i A. M. and arriving in Sew York at 10 A. M and 2 4 P. M. sleep ing ca-s accompany these talus through between Jersey (.ity and PtttMiurg without change. mall train tor Now York leaves Harrlshuig at 1 44 P. M, Wall train ior Darritburg leaves New York at SCHUYLKILL VALLI Y R MLROAD. Trains ieave Pottsvllle at 6 45 and 11 A. M and T'lS P. M . leturnlng irom Tamaqua at 7'3S A. M. aud 1-40 linn 4 1ft P M hChVYLKILL AND STJQUKUANNA RVILROAD." T ra ns leave Anl urn at 7 44 A. M lor Plnegrove and Rarrisliurg. and 1 ftv P M. for IMnejrrove and Tretnont, returning iroin Uarrisi'urg at 4 OOP. M., and Horn Ire niont at 7 A. hi. and V P M. TKKETS. Throng); 0rst-c:ass uckets and cnilprant tickets to a I tbe principal points In the Nonh and West and t ot sua. jhe lollowing tlekets are obtnlvable only at the office oi S. I1IA1)10)D, Treasurer. No. 227 8 FOURTH Mreet Philadelphia, or to O. A. NleOLLS, Ctnetal Supcrinttndent. Rotoing: COJUll lATIOS: TICKITS At 25 percent, discount, between any points desired, tor lau.ilies ai d firms. ill 1,1, A GK TICKETS. ' . Coed (or SrfH) miles, lieiwetn all puints, f M 51 e cli, for taiuiliesand tliins SEASON TICKETS, tor three, six. nine, or iweivc months, tor holder only, to all points, at reiliierd rati s tLHRUYJIEV residing on the line oi the road will he furnished with raids entitling thr nisclves and wives to tickets at half irc. , EXfCRHION TICKETS 1 Frnm Plillodi lphls iu principal sa lens, good for Sa tuitluv. mutiny, and M ondnr. nt reduced faie to no bad tn v at tbe 1 1cket Oflice. at TlllUTEENTii aud CAL 10 w HILL Streets. FUEICHT. Coods of all descriptions lorwanled to all the above i oh s irom tbe ( ompany's new Frett lit Depot, bRoAJ find WI1 LOW tttnets. FREIOHT TRAINS I I.enve I'hllade'plila oallyat ft 30 A AT., 1245 noon and ti '. M.. lur Reading. Lebanon, Harrisburg, Pottsville, 1 oit v lintou, and all poinia beyond. MAILS C'nseat the r hliadelphla Post Office for all places ou the ii'mi mm iv unnuicii m o a. ai , anu an me principal Maui us only at 2 15 P M. 816 , L OH NEW YORK. THE CAMDEN AND . An boy and Philadelphia and Trenton Railroad, Corni er v's lines ROW PUII.ADEI PITA TQNKW YORK ana -asy p. aces, noni AN alnut street whin, will leave u lotions viz. I fabb At 6 A.M., valamocn and Aniboy Accommoda tion.... 92-2.1 At S A. Ai., via l unioeu und Jersey Citv Exnreaa.. inn ii if at via l en tten aeo Ambov Express J 25 JtUM.diom) and 8P.M. v la Csnitlen and Am- boy Accommodation (Freight and Passenger).... 2-25 a l b and 11-ib p. M. via Camueu and Amboy, Ac cerrmodation (Freight and 1 assenger), 1st class ticket 2-25 2d (. iass Ticket l ftO it 0 and 10 A. M. 2 and A P. At., for Mount Hoi I v. hv,nni-vll e, F.U'terlon and Yincentown; at A.M.. , and 2 P. AI., lor Freehold At ti and 10 A.M., 12M.,3'3fl,S6 andll-HeP M., tor Pal- ii ra, lilvei u n, Delauco. lleveny, Edgewatcr liur- lintK n. Florence Boroeutonn etc. The it, a. Id and L 'ftp AI. lints run direct through to Trenton t.lXFk mi Fit l'V.KIKf:ln i.itw.i witt rviua AS FOLLOWS i A 1 1115 A. M., 4 80 and 6 45 P. AI., via Kensington and Jersey City Fxd ess a304 - - i'hhi .io jv.-suauis-uu auu iiursi-jr v ILT Ixpress t -2J he 6'46 V M. Line will rim rttttlv A ll nflmr kumlsvd except' d At 7'HOfind li15 A. M. 3. 30 4 SI'. S and 4ft P. M -nil 12 Mltlnif-bt ior Bristol Trenton, ete. At 7 A. M. 10 60 8, 8 and p W. ior ( ornwells. lorrls . dale, tlo mesbuig. Jaonv Wlseinomlug. Bridesburg and Frankiord, and at 8 P. M for Ho mesburg ana ilntemiediate Maiions , I,E1.V1DF Kb D) LA WARE RAILROAD, For the Delavtare River Vailev, Northern Pennsyl vania and New York sta e and the Great Lakes. " wo through trans dally (Sundays excepted) from Lenslntoi Depot as follows; At 7 30 A Kl.aud S'Stl P.M. LlNE FROM NFW YORK FOR PHILADELPHIA, . W ill leave irom toot of Cortland street t 12 M. and 4 P. M.,via Jersey Citv and l amden. At 7 arid 10 A M , p. M. and 12 Mb via Jersey City anu Kiiislnaton. From Pier No 1 North river, at 6 A. M. and S P. M., via A ml oy and ( amden. At 12 la. I ana 6 P. It. (Freight and Passenger), via Au licj and ( snider. March 12. 1H. WILLIAM H. GATZMER, A seat. rORTH PENNSYLVANIA RAILROA1V Depot. THIRD Street, above Thompson, ror BKTHLF HEM, DOYLI-STOWN, MAUCH iHINK, EAS'ION. WlLLlA At SPORT, and WiLKEiJ RARRi . At 7 30 A. M.iFxpress), for Bethlehem. Allentowu. Maucb bank, Bazleton. Whllamspoit, and Wllkea- iiarre. At 3-30 P M (Express). Ibr Bethlehem, Eastoo. ta reaching I- aston at 64) P. M. At 5 IS P. M. ior Bethlehem, Allentowu, Maacll hunk Danville and W Ullanisport. For Do.Nlestown at S ift A M., 2-30 and 413 P. II. Foi Fort Washington at 10 A Id. and II P. M. For I.ausdale at Tft P. M. White tare ol the Second and Third Street Lin ity l'tnter ers run direct to the depot TRAINS FOR PHILADELPHIA, l eave Bethlehem at 6 25 A M. and 10 02 A.M., and lf P M . Leave Hoy estown at 6 SO A. M., 1-15 and t 30 r. V Leave Lomdaie at b 10 A. M Leave Fort Waaiiliigton at lO'tt a AI, and lift P C. ON MJNDAY8 f blladelpoia ot Beth en em at 0 A At. Philadelphia lor Doy lestown at 8 P. M. Doylestuwn for Phi adelplila at 7 20 A. M. Bethlehem lor Philadelphia at 4 P. si. i lirouaU Tickets naist ba piocuiedat tbe Ucaet on eel, THIRD Street or HEKA18 txet. ft ALUS CLARK, Agent riilLADELPIIIA AND ERTERAILi I Oil I ROAD. This freat 'me traverses the North ern and Northwest Counties of Penusylvuula te tha ( ity ot Frie en Lake Frle It has been leased and ia operated by ibe Pernsv vanla L'oiirnad Company. IIMEOF pASSFNtvERT RAINS A I PHILADLLPHrA. Arrive Eastward trie klaH Train, 7 a. M.t Erie Ex nrtss Train, i P AI. Leave Westward Erie Mail, IF. Mi Erie Expreaf Train 12 V. Pafsent er cars run through on the Erie Mall and Cx preat trains both ways between Phllade phla aod Arte. new Souk conneciion. Leave New York at 9 A At., arrive at Frte 1 15 A. MV Leave Frle at 155 P. M..anlve at New York 140 P. M. Kleiant Sleeping ars ou a 1 the uifht trains. For Iniormatlon respevtiug PHhSengur bu.iuesa, apply ai corner TU1R1 IE ill and MARKiT Streets Phla. And lot lreiht business, of the ( oiupanv "a Agents, S. I). Kingston Jr., ooruer Thirteenth aud Market streets, Philadelphia i J. w, Reynolds, Lrle; William Blown. veutN.C. R It., Baltimoru. H. I'. liOl'sl ON. General Freight Agent. PbPa. E W, UWlvKKit Ceieral 1 1 net Agent, Phils. A.L. lYLER.Ctperalt-up't, Wllllauiaport. I DENTISTRY. TSA1AH PRICE, DENTIST, GRADUATE OF L f hliadelphla College of Dental Surgery, class 18AM, formerly oi Westchester, Pa., having em ea three jean! in the Aroiv, has lesuuied the practice of bis proleaslva at No 241 N. ELEVENTH Street. Philadelphia, when be w id endeavor to aive aatia aotory at euliun to all wnt may requite his pioltMional services. II s J