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THE DAILY EVENING 'TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, APRIL 21, 18G6. LETTER FROM BALTIMORE. ib onoi.nnA, ftc samtart trkpaiiatiokb THR ilnnTKODt LK'i'TtCil AFFAIR BlLl.l ARI TOURNAMKWT, ETC. A BiKIUS IlKIIKI, MJ.SKBY IPUINO AMI TBK CROPS UIIAND tOIKEE. Special Correspondence of Tlie Evening Telegraph. Baltimore, April 22, 1800. Our citizens ate cons. derably exercised in api re tiension ol the ch' lera. Ita near approach to New York bas cius.d alarm. Mils, however, may be con sidciea advnufijtoous, a' it ntlords a timoly warning, and puts ,iople'un ti.eir Ptmrd. j ho health authori ties are actively engage . idnptimr. such sanitary mciisutra as ate deemed prudent and ludispcusa ilo. l'nvato citizen likewise extra."! due ciutitm. V erf tnany have made their arrangements to sect country resorts tlie mountains, it poss.b.o at the lirstap I'earanoo ol th ei'iooinic hero. , 'Una being the ouso, a nient every available place In tiiesuriountiing country l.as been seourod. Houce, it is even now dilticu t. to obtain quart. -rs convenient to tie city An unusual number oi I ununited bouses are olloled lor run a' pruvs much lower than here toioteaskm. It is grain i to siate that pcrloot hen ihiu ncsa prevails now tlirouuou' our city, iboueh rumors, without tlio slightest lounantiou in tiuih, have goiton out ihai some cases ol cholera l ad already lakeu pltco I here is probably no healthier citv m tlio world than iia timoro, and it prcpir care b tako.i ail epidemics miitbt easily oe unaided acainsi.. ; rov.dod ihe o a aduie 'an ounoj ol prevention is worth a LOund oi cure" wcro oo- Thus" far there has teen no necosslty for a ycry clote qnaiautino. 'Jneexciicmcnt which has prevailed in fashiona ble circles here lor lomo weeks past, growing out of coitain ecanoa ous anonymous letters sont to various parties, still absorls considerable attention in tne way ol gossip 1 be mutter, so iuras direct v inter ested parties arc concerned, sti . 1 remains in mys ery. There is no longer auy probauniiv oi a uue.1, but ll, e caso mav come betore court tor adjudication. If so. and minor is wortl: of credence, nou an i rucy doTcioimcnt are in storo lor tne curious, It scums to me, a niero "looker on iu Vienna," something fihould be done to relievo the panics and tiiotr .tieuuo Iroin doubts ana mysteries lit pres lit umo vab 0 a Rient billiard tournament took pmco here last nipni at the now y opened ant magui'ioeiit no n ol Nomis & to., in Curro.l Hall, cor..or ot Baiti inote and I atvor' streets. l r. 1'a'nier, of Diiiud jinia, played nit It Nouns uu Amoiiciti ion. -U.il carom gume of tlireo huudred points, in which tlu laitcrcame out victor bv 112 pniuu. I'b" uiitiest runs were 12 and 117 ilicnuel i'uUu uud Nouns next played tin American our ball nam.) ot 5 U pom s. carums, in whio'i the latter stood 000 to l'uo fan's 200 J he "Id fcx-cliauit'iou, howi-vur. n uot txert himsclt ver initeli. Ho afterwards amu cd the company witn the execut.on ol various intricate hots. It is amazing to realize tbo progress made in this frame during the past eighteen ears. It was scarcely thought ol twenty years back when thoie were only tin ee or lour billiard tables iu the c ty. Mow wo have not less than as many hauiired-. Komo ol the rooms are magnificent, chief among which is tlio one above-named. tjuite a triclc was played off bore recently by a per ou so resembling the Kebel Co onel Moseoy that lew could tell litem upurt tie professed to be tlio identical guemla, and was loiod and liouizod elabo rately. A celebratod photogiaplior trot turn to sit lor his likeness, whicn, aitor being taken, wa9 frreatly admired by s uipaihizors. Ihe deception, however, alter proving successful lor somodins, wan discovered, auu the counterfeit guerilla speedily vamosed, laughing in his Bicevu, not, however, without expressing admiration ot that enthusiasm wbioh is so blinded to truth a to become an eaiy prey to humbugs ry. litis same individual I oe neve. playea bis role not long since in rhi.adelplita, where he was incontinently kicked out ol the Con tinental. 8) liiu' Is nov.' with in all her vernal freshness ana beauty. Within a tew (lavs past vegetation has come iortn luxuriantly. Wo have p.omiLe ot au abundant crop ot lruit. The grain is aiso iu excel lent concition lho weather is unseasonably warm. A grand soiiee takes place on .Monday night at the Trout atitet The kire, lor the liiotit of sutlmers in the i-outb. It is expected $.'000 wi 1 thus re ob tained. I hose who approved tlie oourgp oi their de luded frlCDds who endeavored to dostro? be Union haTe recently had luxurious opportunities of suow injr their loving kindness towards thorn. CITY INTELLIGENCE For Additional City Intelligence see llrird Page. Meetino of the Statk Council of O. V. A. M. A tn'?tiug ot the State Council of O. U. A. M. was hold in tho raom of Carbon County Council. Mauch Chunk, ou Fntlav, the 2Uth mat There wps a laige al'endaueo of d"legittcs irom tho city. Alter toe tiansactton of tho usual business they adjourned about 6 o'clock t. M. In the even ing the doe J let were entertained by au olegnnt supper at the Broadway Hotel, ai which spceouus were inrue oy aie.tsrs j-.oKstein, jjericu, teat, auu Kridcr. and songs sung bv Mr. WcoKcrlv. Tbe next morning, ut 8 o'clock, tho delegates and members of Carbon Coiimy Council too uu excur sion over the wl:eb K ick liAilrcud, stopping loug enough, through the kindnesj of Air. Line, to visit a coal n luo aud t lie uurning uouutain. Alter rj- turning to tne hotel, the delei'a'cs held a meeting. at which they appointed a committee of Ave to pro pare resolutions of thanks to tiie members of Carbon County Council lor their hospitality. The dologatos returned to tho city ou Saturday evening, arriving Dout U o'clock, well pleased witu tbeir visit. A Murderous Outrage. Lust evening a man namca micnaoi mce-enua went out lor a stroll with an old man who resides In a suanty back of Beet nd street, below Chat nam. They took seve ral oriiiks together, and returned to tho old man's tesidtnce about y o'clock, McKenna then again went out, and the old man ret red to bod. McKenna returned, however, between 2 and 8 o'ctock this morning, and, proceeding to his late companion's lea-room, puliod bun out ot bed, and oommouod a murderous rstault on him with an axe and a p.ece of wood. Whiie dragging hira out ot the room tbe cry of murder was rair.od, and Officer Worthlire came to the r;rcue just in timo to save tbe intended vicjin, and also to arrest his r.ssallant. HcKenna was taken before A'dernian Cloud, who uuiu mm in eioou oan to answer. Abrebt oftl'E Supposed Accomplice O I'robct Last evonlng a man. w.io gavo the ne.Te of Lewis Ke&sler, was arrested in the neigh borhood ot naddington, TwentT-tourtti Ward, on usnioion of being an accomplice of the fiend Probst. Kcaaler was discovered prowling about the locality where arretted, and stated that he belonged in iiew Market street. He could not give a satisfactory account ot mrnsoit ana was taken to tbe Twenty- mii.Lh W'aid Sta'uon House. An examination. Lowever, proved that he did not answer the descrip t.on ol Probst's mythical accomplice. It Is believed the Herman is si niewhat deuientod, and he was con veyed to prison until his lnendB call to take care ox' Him. Stolen Burglarious Implements iBEMiFiED. The sieage hammer and crowbar, lound on trie premises la Market street, above Twelfth, ou Monday night, and which wore left there by the lellow who tried to blow open the liie-proDi, of which ciromnstance menuon was made ia lna Evemso Ieif.urapu, have been identified as Hie property ol Mr. Stephen McCaila, who is engaged in building a tunnol at the Juno.ion Railroad, Twi ni V-lourtll Vard. Ihn rncles wnrn slulmi from the piace where tho tunuel workniuu are em ployed. On a Strtke. Ihe stevedores along the Delaware iront ot the city went ou a rike ve-vter-day f r hi'her pay. The strike was very suddenly rrrnva, aia carneu into eiieci without any previ ous warning. The stevedorea have heretofore b-;on paid at cer'n rates lor a quarter of a day's vi ork two hours' labor coiiBtitu'ing a quarter ot a day. The stevedores have struck to make tho two hours' work con-tittito a ban uay, or, iu oiner woras, they ask uouuie tue loriner rants. jiiFFECTB of had yuisky. Last even ing a man who rrsides in Ojboruo court, while labor ing under an attack of a very disreout.iblo com plaint, comwouly called tbe "rams," but known In inettiiul vernaculer as ' inan auotu." mude au auicmpt ii cut bis throat, but he wpb l'ortuuataly so tun compos mentis that he lulled doing hiuisou any injury poyona sutriu nesn cut. TDK IIiGn School Invkstiqation Com niTUfK 1 lie Spcc-al Committee ot tl.e llourd of fcchool Control, appointed to examine witnesses, etc., In the matter ot the charges sgaiiist 1'rotes'or Magui.e, conclude a meir labors yesterday. It is be lieved they will mako a full report at the next moot ing ot the Hoard of frcnooi control. KEMOVAL OK A X OtrlM A.8TER. It 18 rO- poit Jd in Camden, on the authority ol a member of Congress, inat ft. 11. i ce, roaimasterot Camden, has been removed, and II. Ll. UoMmiitti, a xolduir i who served ail througn fn war), and a member ot the ite tieiierai Heameys stilt apnotHted m n.w placo. Iiebidk.nce Entkked. Last ni'Jlt tlio reFidonce No 002 Walnut street wrs entoreti Irom an adjoining house, w Inch as l.ing repaired. Alter ransacking awhile, tue thiol mauagod to secure -bout ten dollars in greenbacks aud a watch. A Fkmalk 1'iCKrot'KRT. Susan Payary wa arrested last evening at a store at Kitrtiih and Mailit streets tor attempting to pick the pocket of a noucn. I ho latter felt sonieth.ng fumbling at ner rockit, and turning around caught busan in some mih iciobs movements. The pocket-book ab'traned, ai d vt hich contained nine dollars, was tnen 1 mnd A the floor. Susan ws arrested and taken betore Alderman Jones who hold her In HCOO bail. A BUBBAHDOW Houpk-Clbaxiho. 'ow, Mrs. J, I want my dinner; And there's n ne cooked, al'm a sinner 1 Vco'vo got the floors ail In a slop l'lagne on the handle of that mop I A-ehewl a-chewl tlione sahes out Will g ve os colds, I have no doubt. see no coin'ort hi re 11 found, So I'll to where It docs abound, And fly Irom woman's tyrant powr, 1 o choose my Spring Suit at the Tower." All-wooi i'anoy Cassimere Coats, as low as. ...$5 00 l'anui " .... 4 0i) Vests " ... 2 50 Makin? an ri tire all-wool fancy suit lor 8U 60 AU-wooi black f-ack Coats as low as $11 00 " Cai-mmere 1'aiits " 6 00 " " Cloth Vets " 4 0o Mak'ng an entile all-wool black suit lor 20 00 All-wool good stylo Fancy lasslmore Uuits, to match, lor 14 60. A8t rul ing as theso prle8 mav seem, onmparod wilhthoae to which we have been accuitornua tor several years, Ihov ate tint Actuinunwe. lutve Ihx fjtmdi in quatititiii, at the price mcntwed. We make uo tio trash tnoy are all soi viceablo giod-. Acvai cing irom these rates wo have a 'ods ot all grades, up to the very finest fabric, comprising by far tbe laigest and most couipieto assortment of Clothing in lhlladelplna ;mcn's, youths' (and bovs') fim apcd ty none, and equalled by tew, in stylo, make and fit. at prces gnatauieed io ver than the lowest e sevt l.tio, or tlio money refunded. To ( l.oinirnB-Our puichitses lor till" season liavinc leen delayed, waiting the ext'octd decline in goods, wo have uo--v on t and the lurgept and bosi Mirt(d ttock ot Clothing in l'litlaoclnhla, pur cl ufca tor canh ixchiiivt, at Ihe wry lowtt. rate of the teannn, which enables us to rcalizo a la r protit ai d sell at prices lets tliau uie co-t ot mmo gooas in lll0t otlier estnullstimonls vve can sunjny cioiiners doing a line ci'y trade, with goods adapted to their sales, at rices so much lower than the coat of their n-Phpiit. str cks that, bv making an avorave ot the vi hole, tht v wi'l be cnati'ed to dispose of thoir goods at iiccs coveiiug tho average co.-it, and even pa ing a prcht. 1k;niitt & Co., r ei w t u iiALi., No 618 Maubet Street. KlW BlOP.'J-MAKINO K.CTABI.IHnMKNT At the nteei t Felicitation of nutieroiH va ued patron, we have opened a department for Ladies' Dress-making, with siiitahio reception rooms tor tlio lit in, etc., where we me now prepared to x"cu.e all orders in tbe best slid latest European style, with the utmost promptness. Lames neen lear no a sappointmoni in rcara w their orders being deliv red punctual I at the time promised. J. vv. Pitocron & Co., ' . I..,. . ... ..... . ... Fine Wokks of Art. Persono interested in lino ai's should creiuny inspect the puo ograp s o veli-kuown incuiitics in Koine, now on exhibition in Mr. r-orlo's window. A'o liner snocimons of the photi praphic srt have over reached thisc.ty. The old ruins that wo naveeo frequently nearu aescriDoa, and perhaps longed to sue are before our eyes, so pliarply cut and per'retly ileliued that one nn ilnos he in in l;omo. Ihowhoie lour are porioct spoci- nii'LS el thia style. "WiMJOW SHADKR AT IJiB DOLLAE. 1 he country peop e come, The citv peop e come, lho Western people como, lho Miiitliern people oome. Clicapest Sbaoea lor u'l ut i'ATTFK 8, No 1408 Chcsnut slieet. Coffee IUiowkeo on Hyde's Patent C' ffeb Pkowm.r is aiwa.s much more pvre and fragrant, and guc niueh turner than when roasted in the usual way. Are mm ture ot vour oo tie bcnaJree from fiith when purchrsed eadv roasted f Try one, ai d ou wnl never us rcadv roasted avain. For sale at Uurdwaio and liouso Vurmshiug Stores generally. The Sale of JlAnui.K Statoart, Etc. rhe collection oi Italian inaiblc parlor, garden, aud monumental statnarv, ulaouster vases, urns, and statuette i, unnoi led Dy Aleesrs. Viti ltros., will taie riuco iIiib (luesday) evening, at 1 o'clock, at Scott's Inlacelnh n Art diil crv , No 1020 Chcsnut street, commencing at 7 o'clock preclBoly. rriioi eteuy Lar?o. jobs of Unho'stery done with a quickness truly astonishing. Mo delay, mo tlisoi:oivlintn' isnflicicnt hands put on a job to liBiiii li when proimstd. Churgos motterate at VV . 1KN11Y X ATTEN B, No. 140,4 Chesnut stroet Heimftbjkt'b ttiu . oi.oi:tno This inimitable article tot the hair rotoies grey hair to lis original color by giadunl ab-or;tioii In a most remarkable manner, while h promotes i s health and vigor. It is lor this reason rapmly taking tne place ot all dele-tent.usQ-cs It isso.a in two sizes CO cents and 41 Ly all ut Biers. Nottingham Curtains, one dollar. Keai Laco Cur an. s, l o do.lars. V iudow bhotic i, one oo lar. Another Auction lot of Curtain, at one dollar, I'atten'r No. 1408 Chesnut street. April Showlks are no more gratoful to the spring vorduie than is Cnaries Stokes & Co.'s One- Irico doming Moro, unuer, tue t uur.inontai, to tne purchaser ol fi,riug (Jlo irntr. ciotning ot au ma- t rials lor spring wear, and ot the best workman glue, is here in grout quautiiies and at low pneos. Call and nee them. I ace Curtai!.8. Now i- the time to purchase. f uriams were never nold cheaper Very heavily w lKed Lace cui-tmus at irom six to twenty aoitars, at W . iittUY patten 8 l urtain More, No. It S Chesnut street. Eepuced Prices Photographs, beautiful and natural styles; every variety in the hue o photo- on nluiur executed superuiy at j . iteimers ua- lery, No C24 Arch street, liare chance; embrace it. Window Sua pis. one dollar. More of them at 1'attkn e, No. 1108 Cheeuut street. CoMPorND iNTERi'tr Notes 7 8 10 and 6-20a wanted. lo Haven & brother. No. 40 S. Third street. 5-iiO CocroKs, Doe Mat 1st, Wantid iiv Drexel k Co., No Pt odtii Third Street. VT. & IV, Good Clo'blng, Oak Hall, Sixth and Market, W. & 15 , Good Clothing, Oak Hall, Sixth and Market. W. k, It., Uood Clot blue, Ouk Unit, Sixth and Market. W. & B., Good Clothing, Ouk If all, Sixth and Market. W. 4 11,, Good Clothing, Oak Hal'.rflxt hand Market W. k 15.. Good Clothing. Oak Hail. Sixth and Market. W1 'HEN yOU DI' UP YOUR GARDRNS, Prune or Cra t your trees, you may obtain Garden Tools. Hiuning Knives and Shear. Comoiaa- tion ilruliliig 'loots, etc., at tue Hanware store or inejiai ol ointTT, No. 8J (Ktpht Thlrtv-flvc) M AKKLT Ht,. below Ninth. DOOR BELLS, CRANK8, PULLEYS, CHECK Springs, Knb. Mlile, aud Klusa Bell l'uils. Mor tise Crui.kH, Atneacd whe, Bell Htaples. MaMeabta Iron Cranks, b pikes aud Laritaues ana Boor Knockers, for sale at THUMAN fc bUAVV'.S. o. ttaft(Fiiiht inirty-nve) market hi, oetow Naitn. riUIE MOROSE. GRUMBLING HUSBAND. 1 vi bo loses bis h'ltmer over tbe dlscomlorts of every reluin'.nir wasb-eay nay do Something praotical towa ds iesseninn liiem and economize in the cost of bis linen betides, by siuniug a og-wneei uiouies, W ringer to ids Home, inc.v are oia ny No 89ft (Eight Thirty -five) MARKET St.. below Ninth. JO R JOUL I) A N'S TONIC ALB, JOttDAN'H TONIC ALB. .iiii.iiants 'i'f!it: Ai.h:. JOHOAN 8 TONIC ALE. H U recoinmcnded by physiclons ol this and other plucis as a -neerlor ( nir . and reunites but a trial to cunvuieathenuitit kkeptlcal of iu (treat me lt. To be nsu. ttUolesata and retail, of H. 1. JORDAN, Nn wn I'KIH Hi rant. Champagne Cider, by the dozen, bottled, or by ths B. J- WILLIAMS, No. 16 North SIXTH Street, MANUKAC1UKEK OF VENETIAN BLINDS, AND WINDOW- SHADES. The larertaud Hi est assortment In the city at the lowest prices. 4 4 Smrp blOKi, BUADEB MADE AP UCTTEBXD, . MARRIED. LAUDERDA l.K-S 1 UK kit .On tho 17t h instant, at the ( lunch of St. Matllnes, bv the Hot. K. O. ttase, I'tRcir LAUOEbDALE to 15ELI K, dangh let ol J. Monroe Bttikey, loimorly of Vicksburg, Mi(s., both of this city. I3IKD. r!EOWN.-At his residence, Chesnnt Hill, on the morning ot the 22d instant, tVlLLlAM 11. 15KOWN; In the 67th year oi h s age. The funeral will take Place from his lata residence, on Ihlrdday, tho i4th ins ant, at 8 o'clock P. M Interment at Friend's Burying Ground, German town. JJ CORNELL. On the 22d instant, JAMK8 G.,son of Charles V. atd Juliana E. Cornell, aged 3 years ai d 10 months. 1 he relatives and friends are respect full v Invited to attend the luneral, from his parents' n s donee. No. 788 toates street, on Wednesday, the 26th instant, at 10 o'o.ock. GOKDON.-On the 22d instant, ANNIE MAY, only child of Josoph and Mary Gordon, atted 0 years and 4 months. The relatives and fr onds of the family are epeoi fully invited to atleud the funeral, ttom the resi dence of her parent, Jo. 437 N Eonr h steet, on Wednesday mom n", April '25, 0 meet at the house at 8 o'clock and leave at 9 o'o.ock. l uneral to pro ceed to Flouitown. lNGihOLL. Suddenly, on tho evening of 8un da.Apii)22. Mrs. cATuA ItlN K ANN INt.Klt HiLL, relict of the late Edward Ingersoll, of this city. li or malo lriends and those of the tan llv are invited to attend her luneral, Irom her late reldonco, No. Sf5 ft. Mxtrenta Mrct t, on 1 bursday,the2Gih instant, at 10 o'o.ock A. hi., witbout further notice. LAWON.-Ou tbe 2Ut instant, ELIZABETH LAWi-ON. in i be 83d vear ot her age. 1 ho relatives and menus ol tho lamily are rcspeot lullv inviteo to attend ihe fuuoral, witno it lurthur nonce, irom her late residence, Killy-fonrtu street, lU f ttmvi le, on v edrcsidav, the 2oth instant ; to moot at the l oui-e at 8 o'clock. Interment at xi ockloy Baptist Church, lleitonvillo AiDELOTr. On the 20th, JOHN AYDELOT1', aged 4(1 years. B cproc aro the dead who dlo in the Lord. These who are endowed with genlas. as the ooet, the painter, and tlie scu pior. have their memories perpetu ated In thoir ttork. The rich, however tliol- weolth may have been obtained., have their memories recorded upon coMly monument ff none; but the humble and unpretentllng man ot Ood, wboce Christian life has tilven alnlty to human natare, is soon lorgotten, and reinern bend en y by those who appreciate itenuluo, intrtnslo worth. iuch was the lie oi John A vdelott, w.io died la the city ol Camden on the 2Vlh instant. M r. Aydelott had long been In .be emn oy of the uaralen ntid Amboy Kal road Company Ills "vigilance and prudent manage ment as pilot ot the 'Btatei Klvhta" secured tho cenn denee and rstrem ot tbe I mpany. '1 lie Iohs ol so valuab e a man will be greatly resetted bv a I who were associated wi'h btm. Mr a yileloit leaves a wile and tour children. Hewas a devoted husband rnd atlcctlonate father, who strove to tncu ca's those principles oi Christian virtue which so cnt'nrntty antintui-hcu ins own lite. w hlle we rooam the loss of that estimable man, may we bear upon our hearts sympatoy lor those who have teen made sad In their deep affile ion. ihe flowers of spring that will boom and blossom upon bis humble grave, wl i soon wlthor and die bv the cblll'ng lrosis ot whiter, tint nis spirit will survive In tne perrnnla' iresbness of Immortal beauty, witu Its Ka her and Its Ood. W. C. C. FOB KAlLUlUB, HTOKE FKONT8, GUARDS, PARTITIONS, ETC IKON EEDv TEA DS AND WIRE WORK, In variety, manntsc ured by M. WALKHU SSONS 8 2!) emCp No 11 North SIXTH Street IAIIUE NEW COUNTRY PBODUCE AND BUTTER 8T0RB. All kinds of tbe verv best PRODUCE AND PRO- I.--ION8. at the very lowest country prices. r ret-nr-oui a nutter huh nutter, etc.. received aauy ; Fouliry, gs, choice Meats. Orocerles, Fruits, etc. l'l Vn tll'l TA"L! l,.of AJk i.tJ UK iJ - ' 1.1 ' V , , 4 20 t Near Eighth. UROPEAN TAN BATHS' INSTITUTE, uuder tbe supervision of Jjit. PLNI'rZ. No 12 N. NINTH Htreet. For the cure ol Gout, Rheumatism, Paralysis. Hys teric or Eulleptlo convulsions., and all maladies oil" mating irom aotecis in tne Doiy, or tne Dio ia, such as Pi es. Tetter, onen Wounds, etc. Obtuse or W Ithered Limbs reoover their sensibility, and the flesh Its tiealtny form. Patterns, while under treatment, cai be accommo dated with board at the Institute. C4 13 ltnrp 4 KEMOVAL, BENKER T t SON, MAK0FACTDEKB8 OF FINE BOOTS AND SMOliS, Have removed Irom -heir Old Stand, Ho. 48 South FOUKI H Street, to No. 7 16 CHESNUT STREET. Having purchased the entire business of Mr. Leonard Benkert, thus bringing- together an im mense stock of Koods, they will be In position to supply the wants of the community at prices some- wlat below those heretofore charped. Their increased facilities also enable them to make a style of BOOTS AND SHOES lor Youths tor su perior to what is made elsewhoro. The best BOOTS AND SHOES lor Ladies, also made to order. 4 0 frawlm grUING FASIIIONS FOR CniLDKEX. M. SHOEMAKER & CO., Nos. 4 and 6 North EIGHTH Street, ARF KOW OPENING A CPLEKDID ASSORTMENT OF CHI J .DKEN'S CLOTHING, IN TIIE LATEST PARIS STYLES, Vmurpaseed for elegance of workmanship and material. It 26 mwslmlp The public are Invited to call and examine. QOUIITNEY, & WILLITS, Nos. 14 and 16 S. Seventh St., Fhilada., MA.N UFACTL'KLBS OF BEAUTIFUL COTTAGE FURXITUUE, AND THE ONLY DURABLE IN IHE CITr. m en a 4v Also, uining-itoom purnuure, AND BEDDING, constantly on band. C4 23mwf2m QIIEAP LINEN SHEETINGS, The subf crlbers hare Just received Irom tbe NEW YORK AUCTIONS A LAKGB LOT OF Cheap Carlisle) Linen Sheetings, Which they will sell at prices but little above cotton of the eonesponding widths. SHEPPARD.VAN HARLINGEN&ARRISQN, Linens and Ilonse-faroisJilng Dry Goods, 4 20 fmw 2m rpko. 1008 CHESNUT STREET, VTW YORK DYEINO AND PRINTING 0.1 KbTAiiUbiiAlEVl', btaten island, Ho. 40 N. tlOHTHKtieet This Company, so long and favorably known hi New Tort lor tue past torut-sut veata. nave opauea an ottlo as above. Ladies' ana iientlemen'B annenis and wear Ing apparel of every kind lve.l ai d Cleaned In tbe most pm'ieci niHitnnr nAui, tmu bpotarvuiuveu irom garmauli wiiiiom tminu tinned. alerchauts liavintt yoods of undesirable colors can t avs tneioreuyea ui supunor style. lismnUui RAILROAD LINES rnil.APELPHIA, WILMINGTON, AND UAL T1MOBE BAII.KOA V, TIltiK. TABLK. Comminelng WOM)AT April lrt. 1B8. Trains will leat l'epot. coiner ot UROAI) Street andWASHISU 1 N Avtnue. as lollows: Express l rain at 4 1(1 A. M. (V nnds.vs exeented). for Baltimore and Washtnuton stopnlng at Chester. Wil mington. he ark. Hkt n, Noitht at, Perrvvllie, Havre fle (,race. Aberdeen, Perry msn's, Magnolia, chase's and 8t mnter't Run M av Wall Train at 1 A. M. (Snndsvs excepted). frr Baltimore, stopping at all regular stations between Phi ladelphia and Haltiinori'. Iielaware Ralirnsd Train at 9 A. V. Cnn(1"s ex etpttd .for PrincefS Anne, lliord, and Intermediate station ixpressTratn atll-4.1 A.M. (Sundays excepted), tor Batilmoie and W astiineton. Express Train at 8 P M- tBnnrlays excepted), lor Bal timore and Wafhlnvton. S'opplng at t hester, i lavmor t, Wllmlrgton, Mewara, Mkton, Northeast. Perryvllle, Ilivie de Grace Aberdeen, ferryman's, Edgewood. Mag nolla, l hare's and Menuner s Ituo. Unfit l xpitss at IIP. At., lor Baltimore and Wash ington. I sFreniieTsby Boat from Ba'tlmore tor Fortress Mon roe Norn lk, City Point, and Blcluuoiid, will take the 11 40 A M train. V1LWINGTON ACCOMMODATION TRI. Stopping at all tttatlons between fhllailolphla and Wll minyiou l eave rhllado' phla at 9. 11 IS A. M.. 4 30 6. and 11 SO P.M. The 430 P. M. tialn coniicta with liolnwaro Bailroad or Harrington and intermediate stations. Leave Vi ilmluKlou at 6 IS 8 and 0 30 A. 41., 4 and 6 30 P. M 1 rains for Newcastle leave Philadelphia at 9 A. M.. 4 iO ana f)P. W. i HIKH Gil TRAINS FROM BALTIMORE Leave W limine ten at 11 A M.tW and 10 P. M. llltMlK EO" PHILADELPHIA. Leave ( hes er at 1 41,', 8-4U. 10 14. and 1140 A- M., 4' 43 ft ill, 7 6 and W3 P. K. FI.OM l.ALIIMliRF.TO PHILADF.LPTI V. I fae Baltirnore I"'5 A M.. Va nialL 0"ZO A. M., Express, l lll P. Al.,Expiess. b 'M P. A.., Express. H 2j P. At., 1 xpress TRAINS FOR BALTIMORE Leave f heater at 4 4fl andH M A. M., and S 38 P. f . 1 rave V tin lnntm nt ft 2.1 nnu :;:) A. M. and 415 P. M. freight Trains lh I'assrnuer Cars attscned will eave as In. lows : Vt Hnnnnton tor eerr vine and intermediate station at 6 (ft P. M. JJaltlmore for H vre de-Grace and liiteintrttiate stations at 4 4fi V. M. Perryvllle lor V II m'l'Hen and intermediate stations nt ft'UO . M . con uectliig at Wilmington with ha. M. train for Philadel phia. SUNDAY TRAINS. f xpress Train at 4iA A. At. tor Baltimore and Wash ington s'opptng at i lieeter, Wilmington, Newark Elk ton, or'bca-t Perrjvilie Havre-de-Grace, Aherdeun, 1'e'i ' ni n's Magno la. Chase's ami 'temiiicr's Run. Mibt Express, il M tor Baltimore nd Wnslilnuton. cccii. monition Train at 11 10 P. M. for Wfinlnyton luu luitiuituiniv riiiituur. l'ALilAIOKE FOR PHILADELPHIA. Lei.ve I altitude u H-2ft P. M . siopning at Havre-de-Orace. I ernvllie. and ' lluiinaton. Alum n:; tik. ton and Newark (10 take passengers fer Phi adip,ilaand leave passenycrs trim Wasblnton or Baltimore) and i nosier to leave poffenners nom Baltimore or Wash Inrton. Accommoaetion Train irom v i mingtnn for riilladel- pniannu mtriucoiaie sititions ai o u f. n. id u r. Ekr...pE.i , nuperintcnaent. JENNSYLVAMA CENTRAL RAILROAD. tUllAO AKK.MiKMKT. The Trains ot ti e 1'eiiiiM ivnnla t entrat Kiilimari leave 'be In uot at 'lhtry-drst and SI arket streets. tv hull Ispnclitu D. tlie ears oi the Market Str.'et Pus- enter Kailvy. runnlnc to f.nd Irom the Deoot Tha luht cor leaves Front street about :tu niinm..a ti the tli narture of each Ttaln. On fiuntlajs Cars lonve Klevn h and Mnrket streets tn minutes oeit to tne ueimituro oi nt ven Uu a mini,. Mann's ijaKpae rxprcstt win ca I lop and deliver Hiiliuic at the lirpot. tin'er let' at tint oiii,. v tMl t LCSuuttireei nei ir:uvBLK'iiiiun TltliNi LKAVE I Ll'OT VIZ. I Stall Tra n at 8 no . v I'aoll AceomtLouation..No. t nt 1(1 fl i Fast Line at 12 IK) M 1'arsesimrn at 1 u e. M B ai richuri. Aceouiuiiulation at 2 lilt " Lanearter Accon mot aiion t 4 en l aull Train, Ko. it at .V.tt) " 1 l-ie Mai nt flflil I hlade rh a r xpicsst at 11 1J ' 1BA1.S Altl.lVK AT DEPOT, VIZ.: Cincinnati Ixnress at i-in a m Thilntie pliiH I xprcfsl t 710 ' rto i Accon.mouation. o. l at Bin ' l'arkesturv at !)-M) Lancaster I ruin at 12 30 T. !u. f ast Lino r i in Tao i Accon.iiiOdalton. lo. '.' at 4 4" nuy I itpreff .. at V50 Uarrlsbtin; AecomrCotlation at 9'10 " Ilal V excel. t KaiurUuV. -tllnilv. intllv. ATnnnl All utnir i rains fl any. excror nn(lnv. 1 be rem svlvanlit P.aliroail Coiuimnv will nnt utnma any risk nr liawatic except lor Wea-mg Ap'iiro and limit meir lespousiui itr to One hurt red Oo la's In vane. Ati linirviiiie exccedlntr that amount in value win no at tne run ot tut; owners, un esg tukeu by iDevlal vuiiiiaut 1 1' KKT OFFICK8 ITS VP hi" n orered at o. (1X1 t'livonnt slrnet. i nntlnnn till Hotel, and Olrurd House, wliere ' Icknts m iv tin nm. cur d to all irrnortiint points in Pennsylvania, w.ll as me nest aormwest anu eotittiweft: and tall patrtlou lurs iilyin as to time and connections by JOHN c. AI.Lh.N Ticket A sent. The Ticket t'fl co at West Phlitidelpbla will beeontl- nueii as neretouire. t. lure a.i mioimatioj r.s.ei'it .n ruu es as tvuii aa t tenets, can n imu uu ap;i oa'iott to 1UUJ1AS 11 I'AUKU Ticket Aitent at the He ot. An Knilt rant Train rnns dailv (except Sundavl. Fr lull puiileuisrs as to Is re and acconi'iiudu 'ons apply to 3 '2 Ko. 137 DOCK Street, Ki!i; -PHILADELPHIA AND ERrE RAIL J. KOAD. ibis treat ine traverses tbe Soni.. ern and Northwest Counties of 1'euusylvauia to ihn City ol I rle on Lake Krlo. It baa beeu leased and 1 oi eratco oy tne rcr.nt-v vanta Kttllroacl iTompany. 11JIEOK fASSr-NiTLR'lHAINS AT l'H!LAl)KLPHl A. Arrive r-asiwaru ene man xrain, 7 a. ai.; irle x press Train. I P Jl. Leave Westward Erie Mall. 9 P. M 1 Erie Rmru. Train VI V. 1' at sen iter cars run mrnupn on tne Kno Hall and Rz press trains both ways between l'hilade phla and e.rle X. T I f t I 1'1A, Leave Wew York at 9 A li. arrive at f.rle 9 15 a. Leave l-rie at 1S5 P. M . arilve at New York 3 4UP. M. F.iei. ant 8leepln t ars on a 1 tbe nltrbt trains. For luiormatlon respectlns PRfsenuer buinesa. annlt at coiner THIK'l IE 1 U aud A1AKK.1T Streets Plii a. And lot Iren. lit busmen, of tbe ( omnnnv s Amnt. a B. Kinttston. Jr eorner thirteenth and Market streets. 1'bllBilelphlai J. w. ltevnoius, trie; Wllham liiown, Atjent N. C. R K., Baltimore. ri. r , nueniu.', uenerni r relent " Kent. rnPa. H. W. OWINNF.R General 'I Icaet Agent, Puiin A.L. TYLLB, Genorai sup't, Wllllauurport. t fREiatlT LINES FOR NEW YORK AND a! the stations on tho CAMDEN and AM BOY anl connecting Hal. rouds. I.NCUKAMED DESPATCH. TUk CAMDKA .M) AM BOY BAlLI'OAD AND TBANSPOKt AITON COMPANY FHEIOI1T LKEi for New 1 ork will leave walnut Htreet Whait'ate o'clock P M. daily 1 Sundays excepted). Frelvbt must be delivered before tH o'clock, to be for waided ibe timis ""ay. Heturninu, the aliove lines will leave New York at li noon, and 4 and 0 P. & Freight lor Tietiion. Princeton. Kingston, New Brnns wiek, and ad points on the ( amflen auu Amuoy Kail, road; a.so, on tho he v dere Delaware and Fleiulpg ton tIleew Jersey, the Freehold and Jamesbura- and the Burlington and Mount Holly Kailroads, received and lorwaroeil up to I P AI. T be Belvlnero I e awaro liellroad ennnecta at Phlillps burs v.llb tiie Ihlli Vul ey Uai.toutt, and al Alanuu kaclnink with a I points on the Ua'twaro, Laekawsnn,,, and Vi estern Hal rosd, f'orwardinir to ayraepse, Bulla o aud other points l'l Western Now York I lie ew Jersey ltailrosd conneoiaat Llizaheth who tbe New Jersey t cutral hallroad. and ai Newark witu the Mori Is and Etsei Kailroud A Hilpiiietnoranluin,pecil.vln(r the marks and num bers, Miir p'rs, and cot siruees, mui,.. In every iiistatiue. bo wnt with each load o; goods or no recuiptwi.l tie ulven. N . it. Increased lsel itles have been male lor lha transtiortutiou 01 live stock, llrovera ars lnvit.nl o -r.-the rmte. When oek U lurniahed In U in tties 01 two carloads or more it w l be de iverca at the in it o' For t. , h u iei t near the Druvo lard, or at t ;..r v.. 1 North Blver, as tie shippeta ma. Uikl-n.it ui tlie time oranipmeni. , Fur terms, or other In ormstion, app'y -o W AL 1 EB FHh F. AN, Fremht pont 111 No. 22i DEL W.. Kl. Aveuue. inl auoiuuia . hll ADKLPHlA, GEKJIAXTOYVN, AND f flI(RIslow u.vlLUOAD. ' On nd a ter WEDNESDAY, November 1st. 18C5, untt ruriboi .Noiica rOR Ol. KM.'. MOWN, l eave Philadelphia 6. 7 8, 11,10. U, 13 a. M.. 1,2, MO SK 4,5 f.t 1 'I al'AI I.cavelieftnantown(l,7,7. S. 8 20, f), M, II. n a.. If l.ld 3, 4,4. 0 6 7,8,0 10,lli'. it "- '1 he b Ui uon train, and Hit and 6' uo trains will not ton on the GermantoHit Branch. 1 ON M'N Da YS. I eave rblladelphtaft'lO A AI., A 7 I0i p. M. Luave GeiuiantownS V AI. 1 6 W P AI t liEKNl'T KILL BAILRO iD, Lave Philadelphia 8, 8, 10 12 A. V , 3.3H H,7,, ,lD 11 p. M ' Leave ibeenat BUI 710 oilnotes, 8 9 40 I140A.M. '40 3 '0. 5 40. i-40 8 41), und 111 40 mluutes P. M. ON SCDAYC Leave Pblladelnhlu 010 iniiuite.A. M., I and 7 P. M l eave ( leMiat Ullt 7'40 niiuutea A. M U40. 6 40. ano 9 mmu ea P M Ft Kl ON SIIOHOOI; FN AND NORRISTOWN. Leave I'hilaiielphiaO. 8'35 nilnu eg,, 11-06 A.M., lla.t 4X 5)4, (H 05 minutes, and 11 It P. M I eave Norn-town SH.t. 7 50. 9.11 A, 14., IX, 4)4,6, an 8lhij6HP- will stop at School Lane Wlsa. hlckon. Mauayuuk, Spring Mill, audi ouahopexken only. OS H'NDA Y8. LtavaP hi edelpbUa A. M. and 7 T. M. I eave Norrlatown 7A.M. and 5 P. M. F'R WANAYUNK. Leave Philadelphia U 8 35 minutes, 11-05 A. M., IH, Ih tX,6W 8-0&, and II H p. M Have Manaunk tik. 74,8 20 OH, Uh, A.M.. 2,5, M y la. ON SUNDAYS. Leave Philadelphia 9 A. M.. 2H and 1P.M. Leave Matiavuuk 7M a. M AW. and 8 P. M. W. B. WILSON. General RnmirlntendeT, aVepot N1NTU aud OUEJlJ. Hue U RAILROAD LINES. 11 EADINO RAILROAD. npyiT Tkrw Ttvir 1 FOM PI1TLA Dl LPH I TO IHE INTERIOR OP I'tMIM IVASD. HIE HCIiDYLKIt.l. Mlyl'E 1 AN NA. 1 l AIBFRLAND. AM WYOMING Wl. CANA1)A8E 1"OUTI1, OHT'WJl8T, AND TdK WINTEB ABBAf (1FMF.NT OF PA83ENOER 1 K A I N t,rftVTpff ttlA rAmiiinv'i Ilt,rtf TTI1PT1" rVTH mm A w . m uiibuiiu na uiu vtiv rw aaaai boom ... . "OKNINO MAIL. At I A. M. tor Heflllltlff I .h.n.m H.lalmm Tn,ta. Tlllfl. Flnmrove, Tsmaqaa -unbiirr, Vllllmnspnrt. J. '. VrBV. 1M,cl1 . . r '""ra Fal s. ItulVitlo. A lentowri. ,j uirruniri, i ihkiuh, iorx, c'ar.lsle, Cliambcrsburg, Ilsterslcwn etc. etc Tins train connects at REAlUNO with Fur Penn sylvania Ballread trains for Allrntown. etc.. and the Llan n alley train lor Harrlsliurg. etc t at PORf CLINTON with Caiawltsa HtilroaiT lrins tir Wil li 11 us tut ry. Lock llavin. Flmlra cto.( at HaHKH hi ItO witn Nortlietn ( intrui I tiniln,rLnnil v iv nA Pelntvlklli and Pustiuehanna trains lor Norttmtntir lantl, Winlannport, York Cbambersburg, Flneuiovo, etc. etc AFTERNOON FXPRF.SB. Leaves rtillnoelnbln at h-kii P m . for UoHtnir Pnii.. villi-, llamsliurg etc., conn-etlnif with Reading and en umnia Kanroaa tiatna lor Columbia, etc, and wl h Cntawlssa bailroad trulns for MlPon, Wllilarusport, a luiun. jiui niii nu. KKAP1 NO ACCOMMODATION", leaves IteaduiB at 8 311 A .M . utoiimna i.ilwivft. tint s, a'.rivingat l'hllailelplila at 9 .1A A. M. rtettirnina. leaves I'll lade nbia at 4J1IA.U arrlvna In Iteadina at Lie P. M. Trulns tor Hhiladeinhla leave Harrlsbur at TH A M and Pot svllle at 8 30 A. M arriving In Phllatlelphla at YH'i P M. Alteinoon trains leave Hnnlslmru at I Vt P. M , Pottsvllle at '2 45 P. M , arriving in Philadelphia at 7t)6 1'. M. II A Kit 1 13 1 KU AfCtlMMOD ITION. Leaves Beadmir at 1 M A M. ami llan-ii,iirir ? 0 Ml P. M. Market train, with .aenier "ar attached. leaves l'bl adelphia at liV neon forBeadlmrati.t ail sta ll ni. Leaves Leadina at 11 ail A . M. and Downing- u'Tin at iz-au r. lor I'm aoolniua and alt way sta ll' 11s A 11 1 he aaove trains run dally, Sundays excepted. Knnt sv trains leuva PuttavliiA at sim A u ,mi phi ladc pblaatlHoP M. tuts ru YilLtr RtJLlitun, PflSenLCrS tor Dnwninutown And IntermpiltatA nntnta tsku lite HtKi A.M. and 4 30 P M. trslni from 1'blla- delubta. relumhiB tram Piivnliiitiin it 1 (IK A M hh.1 li lt noon. NEW YORK EXPhESS FOR PITTHBORG AND TUE vi r t r. Leaves New York at 0 A M.. and R P M muini Rennlud at 1 A. M and P4H P M , and eonnee.tlug at Harrlsliurg vtlih Penns ivanla and Nortlteru Central Kalltouil express trains lor Pittsburg, Chicago, Wll iiamsi nrt 1 innra. lialt'niore. etc. hi turnlnu, express train exves Ilnrrlsburir on arrival ot 1 be 'riiLpylvania express Irom Plttsnuru, at 3 and 'f S A 21 lulfslnir Reiiillnir at 4 49 and 10 .V A. AI.. and arriving in ew 1 orx at 1U A. M and j 4.1 I'. M. s . log ca sceompany these t'alns through nctween Jersey lit and PHMiurir wltl out eliotiL'e. A 111a 11 train lor New York leaves Harrtshuig at 1 45 r. Al. SI all train lor ITarrkburg leaves New York at SCHTJYLK1LL VALLFY RAILROAD. Trains leave Pottsvllle at (j 4ft and 11 .M., and 7 III P. Ai . leturnlng Irom Tamau.ua at 7'3S A Al. and 140 nu 4 in 1 At bt'hL YLKILL AND bU-OUI UANNA RAILROAD. '1 ra.ns leave .ulurii at 74.1 A. M lor Plnegrove and niirrisiiiivg. anu 1 rsi 1- m . ior rtnegrovo anu I roinont. leturninv ,ruut UaiTlsi urg at 4 00 P. AI., and Iron Tro- 11.0111 at 1 a. . anu b 1 ai. T 1 KE'lH. Ihrough flrst-c'ass tckets and emigrant tlckn's to a 1 the principal points m the Nor.h aud West aud I availa. 1 be elleyilng ilekets aro olit-1. alilo only at the otTlc.o 01 n. 1 l ADfUl li. treasurer. No. 'Ill 8 FOtJHl'II htreet lhlladelplna, or to O. A. NICOlLS, C.enjidl Bupcrinuntieiit. reiioiiig : COMA1U 1 AT ION TICK! 'IS At 'if per cent, discount, betweeu auy points doslrcd, iur uti.iiira ui u tirina, AlIl.KAOK TICKETS. toou orlf OOitilles. be ween all points, tbi 5) ench, tor ibuiuics auu nuns PE.UON TICKETS. ror three, six. nine, or iwelvo months, for holder.! oniy to a.i poiuis at rcniieeti rates 1 LM.GYM K'l Besltllng on tbe line o: lho mail will he.f'tirnlHhed vtlth cait.s eiiiui.ng tiuu;i-ciTes and wivus to tickets at halt 1 arc. 1' Xt FIIKIOK TKKF'lH Ftom Phllsdi lplil o prlnclnal s a I n. irond for "n tun.at . Mint. a. and A.oudav. at reduced lu o to De had iu vat I tie '1 icki t Ollice. at T llli.'i El.M1i aud CAl.- iU iiiLLftrecs. FREIGHT. Cooils of al! deseilptiiius lorwartlel to all the above 1 oil ts irom the l ompituy's new Freivbt Depot, UltO-vD auu ttii.uwv oinit, ! HEIGHT THAIVS leave I Lllade phla eal.yut ( 3D A M., 12 45 noon and b 1. jh. 11 r itiuiimg, Letiunon. harrlsourg, Pottavilie luiii jiiuoii, aim nuiLua nevuuu. MAIL, ( oseat thel hllni!e!pblal ost Ofliceforall plactsontho ioau nnu its 011 nenea at 0 a. ju , anu ait lue principal Manilla uuj,y ni 1 13 r ai. n 10 OU IVUV Y'KK. THE CAWDEN AND 1 an do ano i nnaoe 1 niu ana irentun Kaiiroad I.Ollipm.T r liner, ll.OAl I'll I I.AiiKI PITA TO MW YORK ano v 1. y p.ucts, iron. Walnut street vvhtri, will leave a .l u.ai., vat au.uen anu amooy Accommoaa- tlou 2 Jo At 0 A. At., via 1 uuiuen and .icrsey Lily Express.. 1 00 u i' a. via i.an uen ano amnov txpreaa fif at 1-. tnooiit auu nr. ai., ia canioen una Am- toy Accommodation trrelght and Pasiougcri.... i'it .1 1 n i,un li on j . ai. viat nuiueu ann Auinoy, Ac cou u.ooution Freli.bt and t assemrerl. 1st oiaaa uckei i-m 2d ass Ticket 1 5ti M t and 10 A. M.. 1 aud 5 P. M., for Vonnt liollv. t.waiitvll t, I'eniherton and Vlnceutown; st6 A.M., anu . at., iui x riMiitoiu At li and IU A. Si., ii M., 'tn,4 6. and il- P M for Pal- tijru, Hiverton, ueitnico, never y. Edgewater Bur- PUgton. Florence lionlentonu etc. 1 lie lo . M.and a f ai. nuts run oireci inroULU to irenton LINES FROM KESl.sGTON od'Ol WILL LEA V A. rULl.tlVVHi A 1 11-15 a. 4 30 and B 45 P U.. tIb Kensington und Jersey city txuiess a.1'0i At ixi' ai iiguti via Kcismgton and Jersey city txpnss j-2j be b'4& P. M. Line will run dallv. All nrhnm Sumlnva exiept'o ....... . t tv una ! 10 a. a, a-au t an, s ana o to P. u . , ano Vi uiouiui. ior lirisivi 'in nton. eu. t1A.ll. 1050 3,6 aud OP M. or Cornwetls. 1 orris dole, Ho niesbuig la onv W isslnomltia, Bridcsburg and Frai k ord, und at 8 P. At. for Uo mesburg and 11 icimui-.v ' IttUUIlR IjELYIDFLE D LA WAKE RAILROAD. for the Delaware River Vailov. Nortbaru Pennstl. varia aim ew Yorkt-ta.e and tlie Great Lakes. 1 wo tlirouL'D trains da lv i&undaia xniitdl frnn ivrusiiigiuii iieput as unions. .' t i JtiA m anu S'SO r. M. LlNx.0 FKOat NEW YORK FOR PHILADELPHIA , Will leave Horn loot ol Cortland street At li M. and 4 Y. M.. via Jersey citv aud amden. At 7 and lo A. M.,p. M.and igb via Jeisey City nnu n:iiBiii$ivu. Fiooj Pier No. 1 North river, at 6 A. at. and 1 1. M., via niuU'I and C amden At li lu. I and 6 P. a . ( Freight and Passenger) via inihnv st 1 1 ft I m n-, ilur March it. ltU). W ILI.I AM 17. OATZMER, A scat. V OUT II PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. 1.1 liepo., THIRD Ntieei above Thomosoo. or BETHLEHEM DOYL18IOVV1, MAUCf LiitMi inniej 1 t.i.n wti-eiKi '. and wiLKEs Ma.ur 1 ai ijk. m . ipre, iur iiotnienem Mientowr. Mauub honk, baxie 00. 1 iiainaDOit. and wtikaa. s-av r. m .f.xi.imb iu. Iietn eliem. 'anion. U reacniuK r.nstun ut o i'i r . ,1. 1 515 P. t. lot Bi lli.el'eiti, kl.e.-t0WD hum liauvlllu aud iltluinbiHirt. vauc t or Dovienown at 8 35 M. , t 30 aud 4 It V. V . 01 l-ort Wa'lungtoti at ltl 4 U. aud 1 1 v V, (or l.iiiihtla'e at t'l.i P. M. u tilie curs 01 the ie;oud aud 1 Oird atreets Mna ' if 1 enaer ars ruu dheet to Hie deiiot TK.vI . Hit; PlflLAHLLPHI . ii-ioe Dfni',n at e m ano 111 tiv t 1 in ;o i' w. Leave I'Oj eitort-n at tt Jti a. M ., IMS and 5 30 P. M l,.-i e Lunula. e at b'lu A. i ' eave Fort 'anbtnutou a 10 0. i . , and l l P. M ON sUMlAffl. rpilaiteii nia 01 netn eiivin ut ll A . At. I Ui mil.', ell a 101 !o esiowu at 3 P. M, .o 11 sti.wi, tor I hi udelnl.la ai 7 i0 '. . M. I'etliiebei,. vi l'l ba-'rli bla ai 4 P. M. '. Lreuuu 1 Ictets must lie piovutea at be ticket offices iiiikj.' i-ime hh kits -.inn, ' r, I.IIH CLARK. A grot X) thT JF.USliV KAILUOAD LINES. If trom tout o. AHK.KT rtreot t Upper FenyL t al , iXeent f-uniln'S F'ALL AND WINTER ARRANGEMENT. omnienoina WEDNEKD Y . November 15 iHi,x For Brldgetoo, Halem. and all Bta lonson West Jersa U.. ..... llUllr..uH. .tfti U a.wl O.'JA U w ' Fo. A' 11 ville and an Intermediate buttons, at 9 A. 2C and 3 1 . Al 1 or 1 uueliay and Intermediate stations at n a vi. Mil. vlilo, cntiaeetlng witu treli-bt Train Passenger Oai tii,nii,u iui . ivp m mj , uua u , Mi , anil X. ML. IlllilUfrU 1 HnciiKVl uue o A m. I or t.iassboro and Intermediate Stations, at 9 A. M v, 1 3 30 P.M. For Vi oottbury, Gloucester, etc. at 9 A. At.. 9. in mis p. u. ' " Freipht am be received at second covered wharf belnw w alnut street. Irom 7 A M. unt 1 5 P. M. ,0W Iieitlitreecived oeiores . m. will go forward same freight delivery. No. 228 s. Delaware avenue. J VAN KKNSSELAEUttlupenuiendent. TflE WEST JER8F.T K.XHIU.hH HtTLliTS. arlll attend to all the usual branubea of express boslnes", ceivt, deliver, and forward throuiia other rospoiulul 1 nn , uniuiuic,, w tt unria vi IU0 COUilLrV. auy arPele m'rufted to liiem. " A r-pecial Messenger accompanies each throuvhtrala Otliep No 6 Wainul street 9 10 9m AT ijUtK N f S N E W"s 8 TAN D. 8. W. comer SEVENTH and CUESNUT Streets, ALL tub DAILY AND WEKKLY PAI'i im A1AWA.INKR. 1 PLUIODICAU, Ktc, 21 ay be obtained at curreot rates. 3 IK MANUFACTUItERS OF PAPER HANGINGS AND WINDOW SHA&ES. N. E CORNER OP FOlliTU KM) 1.1 Al KLT STREETS riULADELlUJIA.