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THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25, 1866.
CITY IN T KLLIG ENUiil I
for Additional Lot at unns fit Eiijldh J'avr.
Removal of Nuisances Quarantine
Rhoulationh. Ihe rloard of Health is now busily
engaged in removing oil iiunanijos reported by tuo
stitcial Sanitary Iupoetor, or when information is
f iven by individua l!. Whoa those complaints are
mat e the Board examinos uuo the manor, and when
satftfletl that a ni-isauce exin , notice li eiyen to the
owners or occupants of the property, if eeMpoola
should be complained ot, a uotice allowing from
five to ton day to have the nuisance abated 11
jriven ; if 11 thy yatds or ce ar, but two day s' no'ica
is given at the present Line; and if tot Olhujr up
lots, or removal ot iiuisanos Irom thorn, from ten
to twonty days are a lowed, li at tho expiration of
the time the nuisances renin 11, die Hoard of Healt h
causes the work to be pertoruwf, and tho com lor
the aatne is collected from the owners or occupants
ot the property.
At 1 he present time all tho available force that can
be obtained tv the Board is i n. aired m abiding nui
sances, am additional lorca will be employed on soon
as It can be obtained.
The contractors tor clonus tag the street are also
omevt hat delayed by a acaicity ot horses knd carts,
but notwithstanding this lact a lareo amount of work
has been poriormed, ana man v of tho most U.tliy
utreets thoroughly cleaned. On Saturday the con
tractor lor the upper District ropo ted that he had
cleansed all the streets from .Mcirket street to Olrard
avenue, and irom tlio Doiawaro to the fjchuylkill
river. On Monday the wor of removinir the dirt
irom tho streeta north 01 Girard avenue was com
menced. 1 ne contractor lor tho lower district reports that
all the Btreets m his distr.ct, irom Market street
south, and Irom the IMuw ii to tue Schuylkill,
have been swept, some ol 1 hem twico, and that they
are tenia cleaned again. Laker and lied 10 ra streets
. have been clianed tbtee tiinos, and eighty loads ot
dirt tomoyed from them Dj awaro avenue and
Water street have also been at .ended 10.
The Board of Health appear to bo alive to tho
importance ot having tho on. not only in a cicaniy
condition, but they bnvo auticipated tlio tuna for
putting in toroeqiiarantiue r.'tralations next nrinth,
as the tollowlug preamble anil resolutions, adopted
at their Iait meeting, will show:
If hertas, llio appearance ot the choloraon board
of vessels coming Irom Europe to tlie port of Nuw
York has occasioned much anxioiy and a arm
among our citizens; and wnerrru, il becom e our
duty as the guardians of tho public health to observe
all proper measures in order to prevent the arrival
Of this disease in oor city ; ttierelore . 1
Itcnolved. lhat on and alter May In, prox , all
vessels arriving from foreign or American poits, at
directed in the 2d section ot the Health Law of
1818, snail stop at the Lazaretto tor a v. sit, and that
nil passenger vessels shad be detained at tha pleasure
of the Board, lor ruriflcatton and ventilation.
Their Anniversary. The Female Bible
Society is an association 11 at doeB a great deal of
good in a very quiet way. Its annual meeting was
held at noon yesierday, at St. Andrew's Church,
The exercises were interesting.
the Treasurer's statement lead :
Balance last year Sift) 09
lieccii.ts 2118 66
S2G07-75
Expenditures 2u'J2 fltf
Balance on hand $15 00
The distribu ions of tue association were:
Bibles In the English language, 640; dor man, 6G;
Italian, 6; French, 10.
Testaments English, 783; with the Psalms added,
139; bet man, 61; Frenon, 76; Italian, 6.
Total publications, 1081
Dr. Beadle, Dr. Breed, and Dr. Paddock ad
dressed the meeting, which m.jouined early in tho
aiteruoon.
Sunday-School Anniveksary. The
Eleventh anniversary 01 tho iSleventh street Mo
tbodist Ep-fcopul Sabbath school, Kleventh street,
above Washington avenue, took place last evening.
The church was crowded on this pleasant occasion.
1 he exercises were variod in their character, con
sisting ot individual siuyiug, singing by the entire
school, recitations singly and recitation by classes.
Also, an amusing anu mleres ing speech by Kev.
Ueorge Brinvhvrst. The exercises were exceedingly
Interesting, which, added to the good order main
tained, made tho anniversary vory agreeable and
entertaining. Much credit is due to Rev. K. J. Car
sen, the Pastor, and F A. Fidlor, Esq., the Super
inUudent, tor their individual exertions in conduct
ing Ihe aliuir in a manner pleasing to all tho parti
cipants, tho excel. cut mut-ic on the occasion was
performef by Miss Sallio Fisk. A large number of
persons having expressed their do-tiro to hear these
beant'lul pieces repeated, the programme will
be again presented lor that purpose ou Friday,
May 1th.
Naval Affairs. The United States
etsamer Shamrock is still at anchor tn the Delaware,
opposite ihe Kavy Yard. Although ready to leave,
vet orders to that effect have not been received. The
irigate Constellation, which was announced several
weeks since as about start in? Inm Morlolk tor Phila
delphia, has not yet arrived. It is expected that on
her arrival sho will take the pluoe ot the Princeton
as receiving-ship.
The St. George's Society. The 94th
anniversary ot the bocicty ot tho Sons of St. ercorge,
established ior the advice a d assistance of English
men in distress, was celebrated on Monday evening
at the Continental Hotel. An excellent dinnor was
spread, of which the nioinbcrs and a number ot in
vited guets partook. At the close of the feast the
regular toasts were drank, to whioh suitable replies
weio made by gentlemen present.
Drowning Cask. An inquest was held
Ja-t evening on the body ot an unknown man, about
lorty years ot ae, wno was lound drowned at Lo
cust street w har , ischuj ikill. He is about 5 feet 8
inches high, has flam brown huir and whiskers, and
wears an army blouso, two black vests, white over
shiit, red under-shirt, dark pants, and low shoos.
Ihe Coroner took charge ol the body.
Sentence. In the Quarter Sessions, yes
terdav , .lames Young, convicted lost woek of high
way robbery, was called up lor sentence. When
converted be al ojed that he had witnessos to prove
bis innocence. Judge Allison sent lor the witnesses,
but when they aopeared at Court they denied all
knowledge ot the accusod .Sentenced te five veura
in the Eastern Penitentiary,
Base Ball. Colonel Fitzgerald has re
signed the Presidency ot the Athletics, an otlice to
wh ch he was unanimou-lv elected a mouth since.
He loaves the club in its highest prosperity, April
28 is the opening day, lei, cents admission.
Small Fire. The alarm of fire at 4T.M.,
yesterday, was caused by the burning out of a badly
biogped chimney, at Ko. 8iu Charlotte street, in the
Eleventh Ward.
Acknowledgment. Ilarry jGorman,
Esq.. of Adams & Co ' Express, will accept our
thanks lor tiles ol Southern im,er.
A Good Beginnkvo. The donations
tho Lmcolu Just tut on llui is. rare S'Ztj.lOl cfo.
to
A New Naval Mai (i:r- RB. Tlie irou-clatl
Toulon fleet 01 the Frcuc'i ntivy, consistius of
ouo i-Uip-ot-the-litie uut live Iriuatcn, has bailed
airain ou a tbiec clayej' r rir e to practiue a new
niauajovrc invcntetl by .'.Jtuh-ai WiUauuiez.
The Iripate Culon was 'ui.ihoieii between the
islands ot Hyeres, and i-ufh ship sailed round
her at various anples, r.u l eat-h time with iu
crt aned t-peed. ;Tlie Ciaiiic'.ers of the circles in
theise evolntiona were cnrcfnlly noted 011 board
the i'aton and on board iticli ship as she sailed
round.
TnB Most Cesis Tosski..--The Italian Minis
ter ot Public. Works hu proposed to the Cham
bers to vote premium;, 10 the engineers uiul
contractors engaged on the Mont Cenis tunnel,
with the v.ew O' tlitm.latintr thetn to tho
prettiest activity, and Eeci.nnu the completion
ot the oik at the eariioi-t possbl day. Tlie
dtte fivid Irr the di livcry of the completed
work is tho 1st ol OeUiier, 171 ; aud it' the
vork should not be ton.nleted by that (lav,
the parties arc to forieit all the proposed ad
vantages. A Swikdlek. On the 24th ultimo one of tlio
Puris clubs expelled a Creole, who pretended to
belong to ne of the bttst luuiillesof Ouadaloupe.
This indtviU'ial liau 111 six weeas eHineu enor
mous buuib, even to some hundreds ot thousand!
ol francs. A young merchant, who hid lost
more than eiehty thousand Irancs, surpiiaed
him in the act of cheatinc. known by the nume
ot tauter la covpe. The delinquent was forced
to restore the money he hud that day won, and
was then expelled.
The London Orchettra cays : "Mr. Afthur
MatthiBon, our good tenor, haa accepted a lucra
tive engagement for the United btates. He joins
a early for dramatic opera. Lurline will be in the
epertory, but served as a pot-pourri,
iven the Mabel Walu, and, we bell
InolutJinB
I
even
ee. "Ka
foozle-um."
MATTERS OVER THE RIVER.
Excursions. The Camden and Atlantic
Itailroad company have already coHiractod and
made arrangement tor the usn ol their oars for forty
excursions to Atlantic City durin? the coining sea
ton. Ihcy are making every necessary exertion
within their means to provido convenient and com
tollable accommodations an! have a number ol new
cars which will be ready by the time the season
opens. 1 ne Company are also engaged in the pre
liminary preparations ior hauling gravel and other
materia s lor improving lots, streets, and highways
at Atlantic City, and Indications are rile that the
season at that pleasant eoasido resort will commence
early, as a number of co tages are a ready there, and
many hue buildings are in process of erection.
Cate Island. On the first of May a new
train ol cars with be placod upon the line from Cam
den to t apo Is and, wnich will enable passengers to
f o down and return the same day. Tue worxs of
improvement and preparation lor the opening sea
son tliero were never so extensive as at present, and
it is anticipated that tlio piuce Hi, during tho ''tush-
onabio temi," bo the gayest and most interesting oi
any pteceiiinr vear. Hotel proprietors and prviute
boarding house ktepcrs, with all the addenda which
usually coniribute to the convenience and enjoyment
ot lilo at the seaside, arc making ready, and the in
auguration will be dazzling beyond description. The
Kailroad Company, too, are very active in arranging
tfceir trains to accommodate passengers and excur
sionists. 1 TDE rOSTMABTERHHIP. No Official COI
iirniation ot the romotal of Captain Lee Irom t ne
position of Postmaster of Camden has yet been re
ceived, though rumor is 0,11114 prevalent, and tuo
Democrats seem exultant. v by tins removal should
have been determined upon is a matter of great sur
prise, lor Mr. Leo has made the most effioieni Post
muster Camden ever possessed, and what is a strong
recommendation, it baa not been robbed in a sing 0
instance since 1' has been under his control. Pre
viously it had teen frequently broken into, and lo -tcrs
and documents rifled of tlmlr contents, it Pre
sident Johnson is guided in his course in respect to
appointments in West Jersey by Jim bcovel, he will
find in tiue time tuat be has commuted an egregious
blunder.
Cape of Cholera. Yesterday morning
Captain Burroughs, residing near Gloucester, was
seized, while In that city, with an attack oi cholera,
and, on removal to his home, he sunk into a col
lapsed condition, and i now in a very precarious
state. Dr. O. H Taylor, oi Camden, attends him,
and pronounces it to be a case ot regular clio era
1 his circumstance, without creating an excitement,
should indue every individual to at onci'4 remove
irom their pi em-sea every uui-ance, or dheao-en-gi
ndermg substance. A thorough purgation ol every
place should lo made, aud the utmost cleanliness
observed.
Camden Govkbsment Officebs. It is
alleged that James M hcovel has beon, tor several
daspast,in Washington, urf ing the department
there to remove ail Government othcers in Camdou
citv and (south Jersey belonging to the Republican
party, who hold their appointments withou the con
firmation ot the Senate, and that in a lew days tho
whole matter will bo announced. He boasts of hav
ing the power to name any one he may desiro ap
pointed. Sunday Ball Flaying. Yesterdav
Mayor Bndd gave a heaiingto three or tour indi
viduals, who have been in tho practice 01 violating
the babbath, in Camden, by pluy ing ball and other
uu awiul performances. Among them was also a
lemulo lor indecorous counuct. Ibey wore tach
lined tho usual penalty,
Mr. James Greenwood, the writer of "A
Is ieht in the Workhorse." bas recently published
xteniiniBcences 01 a itaven," me nero 01 wuten,
a raven, aitcioses, to nis tnenii; a tcmer, nis re
miuisctnces ol mankind, and terrifies the rlog
with a relation ot nis own misdoiius, woicli ne
contrasts with the much greater sins ot men.
The lunir expected decision of the Council of
State, at Pens, 011 the anneal of the Montmorcn
cv family, is at last pronounced, and annroved
by the French Emperor. The lamily diyniteU
bis riTht to give their names to Countr Tatlev
rand Pcripord, or to auybody rise, whatever
titles he may think proper to confer. The ap
oeal hns been reiecttd bv tho Council of Stato
and, consequently, the decree of May 14, 1804, is
maintained, wnicu corners the title ot Duke ol
Montmorency onGoitat Adalbert de Talleyrand
Perieord, lately married to the Princess Anna
Murat.
Messrs. Apnleton have received an involve of
the London edition of Lord Miicauley's complete
works eanea oy L.aay xreveivan. witii Tne nn
piint ot the New York house, in eUrhtlirfpe and
magnificent octavo volumes. Messrs. llurd k
tiougnton also announce a new revised reprint
oi tue entire worus, commenciuc witn-wie "His
tory ol Lncland," which will be issued in eight
volumes, crown vo., in tne month ot May. The
entire works will be comprised in sixteen or
peventeen volumes, and will all appear durlntr
the lull and summer. It is fit that a book which
has been devoured by millions of readers with
the same appetite that they brine to the last
novel, should be reduced Irom the ponderous
dimensions of a cjclopicdia to the tyle of
volume lor which the Itiverside press is so
laniotiF, and which it so great a favorite with
book-buyers and readers.
MEDICAL.
yox populi.
AMU G UT'S TAR SYIIUP.
PB1XCIPAL DEPOT,
No. 771 South THIliL) Street.
Trice, $1-00 per Bottle; $5-00 for half-a-dozen.
The undersigned citizens take pleasure In choerrullr
recommeiKlhig the ute of Wrlnht's Tar Bvrup ior
etiughs. colds, consuniption. whoopinR-couKfa, spotted
lever, liver complaint, pains in tlie breast, bronchitis,
intianiniatiou, and restriction 01 air vei-se s in the lungs,
etc. 'J he remedy should be iu every tnmily :
Charles C. Wi i-on. Forn's Pren oftlee.
Cbarlea U. Grullen, Sunday Mercury olllce.
Ismes Nnlen. Jt.qutt er olllce
Wiillum F. t'orblt. Associated rress.
W lllluni II. ( arpentor, Fire Alanu and Police Telt-
grapn. rinn nnu t iiesuut streets.
A Kmnlolph, Front and 1 nmbard streets.
James W. I'errlue No, 1129 Charles street.
11. A. Davis io. im tiaskiil street.
John Woodslue No IMl Fnmkiln street.
Robert Thompson No. Ili08 Walterstrtet.
H. U. Murcn, No. Fiabklln sireet.
J Gebloft. No 731 H. ."ecoud street.
John Seymour, No. MS H. 1 rout street.
W. Howard, No. 1 Dock street
li. I', l urt ett No. Ml 8. ."econu street.
L. Bates No. 6"5 Arch street
Albert Martin. No. 417 tn. Hecond street
M ary Caldwell, No loffii Ssusom street.
W. '1 nomas, t o. 20 N. Fourth su-cn t
X- M, t'Btthy, No. li 9 E iretn'sallev.
Ceorge Wl son. No 236 Race street,
w . F. Brooks, No. 69 North -ccomi street
M J IlaviM'tt. No. 110 final street,
ts. M- uiour Rose. Uustluton.
Chur is Rotters, No. Wl South street.
R. 'J . We Huron, second and Ouarrv street)
t. 1. 'ihoinas, No. 136 South MxM street.
i lium llarns. No. &15Houth Front street.
S. f. Minionl, Opera Miinuijei-.
John Bliniiimls. reur of No. 1H4 North Second street.
Mri-. b. R. Choate, Newark, De:.
itr. BVrr.mf. WrW . -..
bin:-We lake 1 Unsure In reeommendipg your TAR
PYll P 101' which we have already srln considerable
Quantities) ss a most excellent ami el aelous remedy
ior tl e complaints set forth hi your printed bill airea ijr
f-ulin.ltteO to Ihe nubile. As a uraittyliiK act to suturing
buiniinltv e wtl' cbeerfu lv recommeud our prepara
tion to a;l afl toted with diseases w hich It is designed to
Yours, etc. jjjj,KS A RON, Druggists,
N, E. corner Pine and Sixth streets.
FOr'juiNbON. HOLipWAY COWDEN'3.
DYOTT CO.',
A nd all principal Drut gists ami Dealers.
Tlie subscriber would teg leave furlher to say that
1 e is jrcpnifQ te fl.l orders ulq lorvtaru lue nyrup 10
ntii run m nil! rouiiuv. i-i-rroun uwiihiuiuohmiui
n a'' it n by mall will inclose a postage stamp and answers
ll bcreiunna as toou as 1110 unju.i.- uuouina
1.1 .du.lt Address WILLIAM B. WRIOIIT,
8 20 No 771 P. THIRD Bireet, l hlladelphla, Pa
THE STAMP AGENCY, NO.
J si
HI RKET. A HOVE.TUIBD. WILL BE CON TiNCEl
AM HKHKlOr.UKfi v-om,
fwr-AUVa oi EVERY DFHCB1TTION CON8TANTL1
M li'iu AND 11 uujii.
11 13
TIUE BTAMP AGENCY, NO. 304 CHRHNlV
J HTREF.T, ABOVE THIRD WILL BK CONTLNUKJ
ad n jf p ETOKO H f
STAMPS ol EVERY DESCRIPTION CONBTANTI,
ON HAND. atl IN ANY MOVNT U
rl 'HE BTAMP AGENCY. NO. 304 CHE8M?
J STREET, ABOVJtTUlgD, WIIX BS CONTINCE)
AH UHtl TOrOltB, ,
STAMfS of It VE KT TtESCRIPTIOS CON8TAWTL'
Oh WAND. A0 AUt AMOVNT. U It
AMUSEMENTS.
J O O T II AS " A G O
AT THE WALNUT STREET THEATRE.
SECURE lOL'K ShAlS EARLY.
Can be had at the BOOK-STAND In the CONTI-
NEMAL HOTH.L It
K1
ISLET'S CONTINENTAL NEWS
XrtlAKCK.
Clioire'snt to all r aces ot Amusement may be had
an to 6H o'ciecK nnv evenlmt. lull.'
ECIAL ATTENTION IS CALLED
TO
(JIUSAT WOIIK OL' AUT,
SOW OW EXHIBITION AT
F. GABKYLEWITZ'S
PHILADELPHIA ART GALLERY,
No. 1305 CHESNUT Street,
Cammarana's Great Historical Picture
or THE
SACKING OF ALTAMURA,
BY CARDINAL RUFFO, IN 1799.
Fan ted try order of the Mai Inn Government.
'I be l'lclure l I he enirnvea Or Joll N HAKTA1N.
For a .u.l riescrliiilnn 01 thi"Sxtrorllnarv Dioduutloa,
We rrlrr to the printed details in the Uailurjr.
Admission to me ti trv, conn. aziim
SIERK'AN ACADEMY OF MUSIC, CORNER
l ot BROAD and LOCUST S'reow.
I.rsce and Manager WILLIAM W1IKATLEY.
Pcors orcn at H past?, fommenwi at H beiore H.
JHK t)KKAT KAVKLH.
Hl'Kt 1AL NwTlCF..
I'Ol'ULAR I'l l'
In ororr to meet the wishes of many (sml'les and ra
tions. the Manager respectrtM.v unnuunces that the fol
lowlnpr heale ot 1'rlces will ne adopted :
Admission M cents
Host rved McnU 7 'nts
Famliv Ircle 30 cents
Aniualthrntre 'ti cunts
WEDNE8DAY EVKNINd, April 2.
ivlll be presentpil. lor the second time, the t;rand talry
pi.niomline en.lt'.cd
SAOTJL;
THE MA"lC HTAR.
hnnndtriff with woudorml tricks and illnslons.
Hanoi.... FRNtJOI9 RVVKL
courcl ANTOiNE RAVEL
bambola IUUMI AAlc.it! C A.
1 he l'et of tho city.
YOUNG AMERICA.
will commence the performances with his new and
si art Una lvats on the
TI It El FLYING TRAPEZE.
To be followed by the laughable pantomime of
A bOLDIEU FOR LOVE.
Jotiard FRANCOIS RAVEL
Mrteunt Kccreuteur CiAliUltL RAVEL
SATURDAY AFI EKNOON. at 2 o'clock.
F()i kill C1UNH RAVKL MATiNEE.
ADMISSION, with reserved scats 50 cents
beats caa secured six d.'vs in advance at ;. w. A.
Trunmler's Music Store. 8 E corner Seventh and C ties
nut streets and at the Box Olllce ol the Academy ot
music, trom a. m. 104 r. n.
IEW CHESNUT 8TKEET
THEATRE.
J.1 CHFHN UT Street, above 'I wellth.
LEONARD OKOVJCU
And Manaueni.
WILLIAM E. SINN, Lessen
WILLIAM F. SINN Resident Manager.
Iioors open at 7. Curtain rises at 7 45.
WLDNESDAY EVENING, April 25,
SECOND WJfiEK
of Tnn
SUCCEBSFTJL ENUAOF.MENT
OF
MI8 MACOIE MITCHELL,
WI8n MAUUIK MITCU'.LL,
who vc HI appear
FOR THE LAST TIME
In her original and bcauli'ui conception of
THE VEARL OF SAVOY,
THE PEARL OF 8 WOY.
iHE PEARL OF 8AVOY",
vihlch has been pronounced one of the
JIOT BRILLIANT IMPERSONATIONS
of this artist. It has created
A tiEMJl.NK 8EVSATION
nherever It has been performed, and hashad i
FltOLONOED 8UCOKS8EH
at Niblo's Gnrden. New Voik. and at the Boston Theatre.
itus Maggie mitchell win te supported by
Hit. J. W. COLLI Kit,
Miss JOSIE OBTON,
and the strength of the Company.
II arte Miss MAGGIE MITCHELL
.Ntw and Leeu.Ilul Scenery.
ixpenslve Appointments, etc. eto.
In active preparation.
U1ME BAREFOOT,
'v 8ArRlY AFTERNOON, April 2i,
GRAND FAMILY MATIN Ec,
Second Matiur e Pertormanc- of
IHE FLYI.SG DUTCHMAN.
Admission to evening perloimance, 2Sc, 50c., and tl.
1H7ALNCT STREET TUEATB B. N. E.
comer NINTH and WALNUT Streets. Begins
quarter to 8.
Third nlsht of the engaitement of
MK. EDWIN BOOTH.
who will appear on this occasion as
IAGO,
In Shakespeare's grand tragedy of
iiittruuu,
THF MO'R OF VBNH'F.
MB CHARLES BARRON as OTH r LLO.
k R. J. 11. TAYLOR as OASs10.
THURSDAY.
Shakespeare's beautiful traacdy ol
ltu ji r,u iiULir.i.
KDW1.V KOOTH as BOHKO
FRIDAY-BENEFIT OF MR. EDlViN BOOTH.
MERCHANT OF VENICE and
THE TA11INO OF THIS HIKKW.
JOHN
DREWS NEW ARCH STREET
Begins at 1H o'clock.
1TA
THEATRE.
FIRT WEEK OF MADAME CELESTE.
FIBS I' NIGHT OF IHE FLYING DUTCHMAN.
MONDAY, April 23,
AMD .tl'
FVKRY NIGHT.
alter careful propsratlon, with new rtcencry. Machinery,
Jiretses, etc., me gieat nautical, spectneumr uruma 01
IbllM lllilUBM.i
Or. Ulc PHANTOM SHIP.
Vantlerdccken. 1
Tne Flying Dutchman, Madame CELESTE
Capt of the riiantom Snip.)
Admtrl t'olnepper Mr. Vackav
loby Varnish uwen Jiartowe
'ihe piece ill be preceded eaeb eveulmr oy
A FAVORiTK I OMhDIMT.
FKIDAV BFNF.FI'I OF M AIMME CELESTE.
N
E W A M K K 1 O A N THKATEE
WALNI'T Street, above Eighth
POWERFUL A'I'TR VI TIOK.
AND ON WEDNESDAY AND SATtBDAY AFTER
r. vr.m r. Tcri -,T,
NOONS,
THE WONDER. 1 L NINO EDDIE,
Mr O. W. slll'l H and Ballet 'I roupe
Bt RLl NOCRs KTXIOPIAN OPERA CORPS
TWO GRAND BALLETS, DRAM A TIC OHPAN V, and
COMIC FN I OVUIK TKUUi-l-
MUSICAL SOI 11 E fi ,
.n.. I, V ,
AT TBE
CITY CIIEoa AVI) 1-EADING I100.l!,
No. 123. CHESNCT Street,
Philndelphia. 4 16 lin
f ERMANIA OKCHf'iSTRA.-PTJBLiC RE-
1 hnsrsiils ev.rv maVI'RDAY AFTERNOON A1
MCS1CAL rCND HALL. o ciO' K. tngagemonts
mini hv mill reo.il, v IHIIkr.F. HAS1 Kill . AKOUt, II. lii
gUM t.Ubl street betweu Itace no 1101 1 10 am
IIE OLDEST AND LARGEST
SADDLE AND IIAHNESS
MANi: FACTURING ESTABLISHMENT IN THE
COUNTRY.
I Am, MEEKER & CO.,
Ho. 1216 CHESNUT STREET
OFFER OF THEIR OWN MANUFACTURE t
Bl'GGY HARNESS, irom M to lliO
11G11T BAROUCHE do 89-00 to 350
HEAVY do do 75110 to 60
EXPBI8S, BRASS MOUNTED HARNESS 271ifl to 90
WAGON AND SELF-AP JUSTING 18H0 U) 80
STAGE AND TEA U do 800 to 60
LADIES' 8ADDLI", Co l'H 160
GENTS do do bVO to 75
HHrtle.' faantlngs. Bits. Eos.tU. Bone Covers
Blushes, Combs, foapa. Blacking. Ladles' and Gents
Travelling and Tourist Bags and Backs. Lunch Basketa
Dressing and Pbllt Cases, f rnokl and Valises
Jtlbmrp No. lWltl C1IKKNUTST.
PKOSPEOTUS
OF THE
CARSON
COLD HIKING C0HFASY.
CAI'ITAL BTOCK.00,000
y UMBER OF SHARED 60,000.
rar Value and Sufcscription Price, SIC.
VORKIXQ CAPITA T., fSO.OOO.
OFF1C K It H:
TREBIHENT,
tt l.CNEL WILLIAM 11. THOMAS.
PICKET ART ANB TREAffRER, pro tem,
J. HOPKINS TARR,
SOLICITOR,
WILLIAM L. HIRST, ESQ.
PlRHCTOrlS,
COLONEL WILLIAM 15. THOMAS. '
CHARLES 8. OGDEN,
EDWIN MIDDLETON,
ALEXANDER J. HARPER, '
WILLI Ail BERGER.
Ihe Land of this Company consist ot about 1-0
Acres. In k ecklt nhurg county Noith Carollua, about
ih miles irom tlie tcivn 01 Charlotte.
On tills property flreen shafts or pits bsve been opened
and sunk 10 various deaths, irom 10 to bs rcet, demon
iratlng the existence 01 tbree paranei veins ot ore ot
about i ttet In widib and about 16 leet apart, converging
to a comu on centre at the deptb 01 about 150 leet, total
ing one Immense mass or vein ot ore, extending in
length tlirougb he property more than bait a mile.
1 hei e are an-o on tbis property otner veins 01 ore unex
plored Alitbese ores are known aa the Brown ores,
and are verv ricb, yielding an average ol aboiu a'200 per
ton in gold tbe ubove results having been demon
strated by the rude warklng of the mines lor several
years past, tbe rttk ol investment in undeveloped pro
perty Is not lncnrred, and by the application ot modern
mining and reducing machinery tbe ompanv anticipate
an Immediate and large leturn for their monev.
Paving an ore that readily ylo.ds 200 per ton, some
estimate enn be made of tbe value ot 'his property. With
the present imperfect system 01 mining, ten tons of thla
ore can be taken out and reduced daily trom every shatt
opened, at an expense not exceeding $25 per tun. leav
ing a net daily profit of 1750 for eacu shall worked bv
tbe t ompanv
Ihe Urge working capital reserved will enable the
Company at once to procure ano erect the best niode.n
machinery for manipulating the ores, by means of which
the yield will be lu gely Increased.
These mines, whilst thev produce ores richer than
those of Colo 1 ado or Nevada, have many advantages
over them, particularly in an abundance t tnvl and
cheap labor, and the facility with which they can be
worked durirg ih - entheyear: whilst those ot Colorado
aud Nevada can only be worked during the warm
weatber.
A test assay 01 an average specimen of the ore from
the Carson Mines waa maue as late as tne 27th o
anuarvot the present year, aa w ill apoear from therol
lowing certificate ot Proicsfoni Booth and Garrett, the
Aisayers 01 tne f nuaueipnia Mint 1
Philadelphia, January 27, 1866
Dear Sir: We have caretullv assaved the sumnlno
ore irom "Carson Mine," North t arollua, and And It to
yield ten ounces nine pennyweights ol pure gold to tlie
ton 01 ore. 1 ne coin vaiue is tuereiore 2itVi per too
01 ore. 1 ours, respecuuiiy
BOOTH GA BRETT"
Dr. M. B. Tatlob, No. 404 Walnut street, fiillad. .
Subscrlntions to the Capital Btock will be received at
the umce or tne (.ompanv. 10, wi walhu'1' street
where samples ot the ore may b cn, and lull lmo
tlon given. 21
MARRIAGE GUIDE,
BY DR. -WILLIAM YOUNG.
MARRIAGE GUIDE, by 1K. W'M. YoUNG. ;
MARRIAGE GUIDE, by lilt. WM. YOUNG.
MARRIAGE GUIDE by DR. WM. YOUNG.
MARRIAGE GUIDE, by DR. WM. YOU.nG.
MARRIAGE GC1DE, by DR WM YOUNG.
MARRIAGE GUIDE, by DR. WM. YOUNG.
MARRIAGE GUIDE, by Dlt. WM- YOUNG.
MARRIAGE GUIDE, l.y DK. WM. YOUNG.
MaKRIAUE GUIDE, bv 1)11, WM. YOUNG.
MARRIAGE. - GUIDE. "There are more tliinint 'twlxt
Heaven and earth, Horatio, than are dreamt ot In our
philosophy."
Let uoyenna man enter the obligations of married life
without reading every pace ot DR YOUNG BMaR-
BIAGE GUILE; or. Fvciy One His Own Doctor. It
discloses tacts that every one should be acquainted with
1 1 contains one hundred enaravlmts. exnlalnlmr the ana
tomv ot the human system, both ma le and lemale, with
useini miorniaiion thai every one should know.
i'rice, ouceniB. pom at
DK. WII.LIAV YOTTNG'S OFFICE,
S 17 C No. 416 SPRUCE Street, above Fourth.
(JIIALLENGE LIGHT I
Paragon Oil and Safety lamps.
BRIGHT LIGHT-THREE HOURS-ONE CENT
No chimney 1 No smoke I No grease.
Sold by Inventors,
KELLY &. NEEL,
No. Oil MARKET Street,
AGENTS WANTFD.
Also. Denleis in Soaps and Coal Ol'. Machlnerv Oil :
warranted not to gum or chill, tl'25 per gallon. 3 15
JONUMENTS, TOMBS,
GRAVE-STONES, Eto.
Just completed, beautJinl variety of
ITALIAN ILAKBLE MONUMENTS,
TOMBS, AND BRAVE-STONES
TV ill be sold eheap for cash.
Work tent to any part of the United Btaoea.
liENRY S. TAItR,
MAKHLE WORKS,
1 24wTr Ho. 710 GBKKK Street, Philadelphia.
RESTAURANT
ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN
Finest old and new ALES, at 6 cents perglass.
GOOD ONE-DIME EATING BAR.
The choicest Liquors always on hand.
No. 633 CHESNUT STHliET.
3103m BEN BY BECKER, Manager.
T70H 8ALE STATE AND COUNT K1GIITS
offapewell ft Co. 's Patent Wind Guard and Air
Heater for Coal Oil Lamps 1 It prevents the Chimneys
irom breaking. Ibis we will warrant. Also laves one
third tho oil. Ca'l and see them they cost but ten cents
N, 203 RACE Street Philadelphia. Sainp'e sent to any
part ot the United States on receipt of ti oenU. 3 10
DEAFNESS, BLINDNESS, AND CATARRH
treated with the utmost success by J ISAACS,
M. D.. Ocu 1st and Aurist No. 610 PINE Street Testi
monials Irom the niosi reliable sources In tbe city can
l e seen at his office. The Medlrai Fats'tyare iuviuid
to aci ompany theirpatleots as be has no secrets in his
practice. Aititlcal eyes Inserted without pain No
charge made lor examination. 10 3
RAILROAD LINES.
iRAKGE AND ALEXANDRIA RAILROAD.
n and aner BIONDA, February li. two daily
trains will run between Washington and Ltncbburg,
connecting at Cortioutvl lo with Virginia Central ltafl
load trains to and trom Richmond as lollows 1
MAIL TRAIN.
I hve Washington dally (bnndav excepted), at 646
A. M , anu srilve at Lyncbburgai 5'45 P. M.
Leave Lynehiiurg at 7 A. H and arrive at Washing
ton at 5 26 P. M.
' BXrBFSS TRAIN
Leave Washington ashy 1 including Sunday) at 6 05 P.
M and arrive at l.ynchbutg at 6 00 A M
' Leave Lynchburg at 0 30 r. M and arrive at Washing
ton a 6 10 A M.
l oth tr.ins msklng elose connections at Lvnchbarg
for all points South aud Southwest, and at Washington
lor Nor b and Northwest.
FIrst-olass sleeping curs will be attached to tbe n'ght
trains
The road Is attractive, not only for tta eomfortable
accommodations, but lor the fact that it punsea the now
hi-torio localities of Fairfax, Ruil Run. Manassas, Bna
toe, ( at'ett'a. Rappahauuock, Culpepar. Orange, and
Gordonsvl le, places ot unperlshable luteiest In the
popular mind . .
Tliroukh tk-keti to aU points outb fd Southwest
may Ik had lo Boston, New York, Philadelphia, and
Baltimore, and at tbe offices ot tha road in Wathinrton
Alexandria, W. 11. MoCAFFERTV,
tieucral Hup1' uitendeuL
RAILROAD LINES
ADFLnilA, WILMINGTON, AND BAL
TIMORE RAILROAD,
1 TIME TABLE.
(orrmmrlna MONDAY Anriila lwa. Trains wll
leat l epot. corner ot BROAD Street and WASH1NG
1 N Avenne. aa lollows:
Fxnrets 'Irnln at A IS A. M. fMnnrtavs etioeiifedt for
Baltimore ind , aphimiton storming fit Chester. Wli-
mirsHn. New ark. E Ikton. Noitbeast, Perrvvlllo, Hsvre
I'e t.rsee. Aberdeen, Ferryman's, Magnolia, chase's aud
Siemmer's Run
Way Wall 1 rain at a 15 A. M. (Sundavs excepted), for
Baltimore, stopping at all regular stations between Phl-
iRorilima iinn itaimnor.i.
I'elawara Railroad Train at S A. M. fnnda"! x-
cipttd .lor FritceHS Anne, iltord, i nJ liitertnetllnte
SIStlOl s
E xnress Train at 11-46 A.M. (Snndava eirnntndl. tor
Bali. mote and ahlneton.
Express '1 rain at J P M. iSundavs excented) lorKn'-
tlniore slid Wafhlm ton sionplng at heti r, 'lavmont.
w t nilr cton. Nwr. r Iktnn. Northemat t'elYwl In
Bsvie de Grace Aberdeen, l'errymun's, Eduewood Mng
nnlla, t bnre's and btemmer s Run
liht E xnriis st 11 1'. It., lor Rill more and ixli.
Ireton.
1 steni;rrsbv Boat from Ba'ttmore tor Fortress Mon
roe NorK Ik. City Point, ami Richmond, wlil take tlie
11 in a i 'rain.
VltMINGTON ACCOMMODATION T'tAIN.
Sioj plng at ail Stations between Plilladelphlu aud Wll
minnon l.eae rhlletle'phla at 9, It 15 A. M.. 4 .10 e.nndll 30
P.M. The 4'ltO P. M. tmln corncts with Delaware
Railroad 'or Harrington and rnfrmejiate s'atlous.
Leave Wbmlngton at 6 46 8 , and tlSU A. M., 4 and 6-30
1 rains for New Cantle leave rhlladolphU at S A. M..
4 ill ana 6 P. M.
iHlUiUGIl TRAINS FROM BALTIMORE
Leave Wilmington at II A M., i and 10 P. M.
tlltMER FO'. PHILADELPHIA.
Leave Chester at 7 4, 8 4. HI 14. aud 11 49 A- M 4' 43
6 1I1, 7 M and in, p. M.
FLOM BAL1IMORETO PHILADELPHI 4..
I rave Baltimore l"'fi A M.. Wav-malt. 0"i0 A. M.,
F-M-rei-s 1-10 P. M., Express. 635 P. Express, b l
P. M., Express. '
1 RAINS FOR BALTIMORE
Leave Chester at 4 4!) andU 6i A. M., and 3 38 P. M.
1 rave lltflngton at 5 '23 ano 9 33 A. M. and 415 P. M.
E'reight Trains with Passenger ( ars attscoed will eava
as follows 1 Wilmington lor Pemvllln and mtermedlnte
stations at 8 (5 P. M. Baltimore for tiavre-de Grace aud
iiitermedtate stations at 4 45 P. M. Perrvvlllo for W II
mlnglon and Intermediate stations nt 5 00 A. V . con
necting at Wilmington with 8 A.M. train for Philadel
phia. SUNDAY TRAINS.
ExrrcfsTralnat4'IfA M. tor Baltimore and Wash
ington, stopping at l hester, Wliminkton, Newark Elk
ton, Norihea-t Pcrryvllie. Havre-de-Grace, Aberdeen,
Pert" men's Magno la. Chase's and stemmer's Run.
Night Express, 11 P M lor Baltimore and Washington.
ccommodatlon 1'rsln at 11 30 P. M. for Wilmington
and Intermedial stations.
BALTIMORE FOR PHILADELPHIA.
Leave Baltimore at s-ift P. M.. stopping at Havre-de-Grace,
rerryvllle, and Wilmington. Also s ois at Elk
Ion and Newark (to take pas'iigers for Phi adolpnlaand
leave papsengera from Washington or Baltimore) and
t hester to leave pussengers 110m Baltimore or Wash
Inrton. Acrommodatlon Train from Wl mlngton for Philadel
phia and intermcuiaie stations at t "0 p. U.
4 10 U F. KEENLY, Superintendent.
PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL RAILROAD.
El RING ARRANGEMENT.
The Trains 01 tbe Pennsylvania Central Railroad
leave the Depot, at Ihlr.y-Qrst and Market streets,
w hich Is re schtd bv the cars ot the Market Street Pas
senger Railway, running to and from tho Depot. The
latt car leaves Fiont street ubout 30 minutes prior
to the departure or each Train.
On Sundays Cars leave F.Ieven'h and Market
streets ib minutes before the departure of tho Evening
Trains.
Mann's Baggage Express will ca I for and deliver
Bagiisve at the Depot. Orders let', at the Otlice No
tul t LetDut street will receive attention
1BA1)I LKAVB I'EfOT. Via. 1
Mall Train.
....at 8 00 a. M
Eho'! Accouiniodation,No. I.,.,
Eant Line
Parkesburg
Eiairixburg Actommodatlon...
Lancaster Accoinmoaailon
paoll 1rain.No. i
1-rieMat'
...atiuiMi
...at 12 00 M
..at 1 00 P. M
...at 2 30 "
...at 4H0 "
...at 5 30 "
...at 00 "
Philadelphia Expresst..
.at 11 10 "
TBAINS AKUIVS AT DEPOT. VIZ !
Cincinnati Express- at 110 A. M
Fhilade phla txprcsst at 710
Pao I Accommodation, No. 1 at 8 20 "
Parkesburg at 91)0 "
Lancuster Iruin at 12 30 P. M.
Fast Lino at 110 "
Paoil Accommodation, No, 2 at 4 4u "
Duy Express at 5-50
Harrlsburg Accommodation at 9T0 "
lial'y, except Saturday, f Dally, i Dully, except
at onoay.
All othtr Trains dally, except Sunday.
Ihe Pennsylvania Railroad Company will not assume
any risk tor Baggage, except lor Wearing Apparel aud
llu.lt their responsibility to One Hun red Dollars lu
value. All BavgRge exceeding that amount in value
w ilt be at the risk of the owners, unless taken by special
contract .
TICKET OFFICES
Have been opened at o. 6?lhesnut street. Continen
tal Bote), and Glrurd House, where rickets mav bo uro-
cur. d to all important points in Pennsylvania, as well aa
ti:e w est. noruiwesi ana taoutuwest; anu tun particu
lars given as to time and connections Of juiiN 0.
ALLEN. Ticket Acent.
Ihe Ticket Office at West l'hl adelpbla will be conti
nued as heretoiore, where ail liuormatlon resrectlog
routes, as wen as jicxeta, can do nnu on application to
THOMAS II PARKE
Ticket Agent at the Depot.
An Emlgrsnt Train rnns dailv (except Sunday). E'or
lull particulars as to tare and accommodat'ons. apply to
t k m i r u.mv,
3 12
No. 137 DOCK Street
ICfUt PHILADELPHIA AND ERIE RAIL
lOUll BOAD. This great line traverses the Noith
ern and Northwest Counties of Pennsylvania to tha
City oi E rie on Lake Erie. It has beeu teased and is
operated by the Eerncv. vitnla Railroad Company.
'11MEOF FASSfcNeiEB TRAINS AT PHILADELPHIA.
Arrive Eastward t rie Mail Train, 7 M. ; trie tx
prs Train. I P M.
Leave Westward Erie Mall, IF, M; Erie Express
Iruin 12 at.
Fatsenger cars run through on the Erie Mall and Fx
press trains both ways between Phllade phla and trio
NEW l ORK CON N EC 1 1 JN.
Leave New York at 9 A. M.. arrive at Erie 9 15 A.M.
Leave Erie at 1-55 P. M..'anlva at New York 3 40 P. 11.
Elegant Sleeping i ars on a 1 the night trains.
For Intormatlon respecting paseuger business, apply
t corner TlllR'lIEiH and MARKET Streets Phi a.
And lot lreight business, of the Companv's A genu, s.
B. Kingston. Jr., corner 'lliirteenth and Market streets.
Philadelphia t J. w. Reynolds, trie; Wllliaui Biotvn.
Agent N. C. R It., Baltimore.
H. V. HOI mIO.n. General Freight Agent. PhPa,
H. W. GWINNEB General '1 leaet Agent, Phlltt.
A.L. TYLER, General Sup't, WUllauuport. 3
FREIGHT LINES FOR NEW YORK AND
al the Stations on the CAMDEN and AM BOY and
connecting Railroads. INCREASED DESPATCH.
TUn CAMDEim AND AMBOY BAILKOAD AND
TRANSPOKI ATION COMPANY FREIGHT LINES
tor New 1 ork will leave WALNUT Street Wbafat6
o'clock P M. daily (Sundays excepted).
Freight must be delivered before 4K o'clock, to be for
waided ihe snme day.
Returning, the above lines will leave Mew York atv12
noon, and 4 and 8 P. M
Freight for Trenion. Princeton. Kingston, New Bruns
wiek, and a.l points ou the Camden ana Amooy Rail '
road) aiio, on tbe Be.v.ilere Delaware aud Fleming
ton. the New Jersey the Freehold and Jauiesburg aud
tlie Burlington ,aAid Mount Holly Railroads, received
and torwarued up to I P M.
Ibe Belvidcre lie. aware irellrnad connects at Phllllpa
burg with tbe lehlgh Val'ey Ral road, aud at Manun
kacliunk with a I points on the lie's ware, Laekawsnua,
and N estem Hsl rond, forwarding to nyracvjie, Bulla o,
and other points 1 1 Western Now York
'lbe New Jersey Railroad connects at Elizabeth with
ihe New Jersey t entral Railroad, and al Newark with
the Mortis and Est x Railroad
A silp memorandum, rpecii.vlng the marks ami num
bers, fl,!rp',ri, slid coi slnee., must, in every instance,
be sent w ith each load oi goods, or no receipt wlil be
given.
N. B. Increased lacl'itles have been made for tho
transportation ot live stock. Drovers ure Invited io tr
the rot te. When sock Is luruished in quautlties ot two
carloads or more It w H be delivered at the foot o:' For
lie h street uear tbe Drove Yard, or at I'ler No. I.
North River, as the shippers uia deflgns te at the tune
of shipment.
E'or terms, or other lii'onnstlon, apply to
WALiEK FREE AN. Freight A gent.
11 1 No 220 S. DELAWARE Avenue. Phi ade.oUla
PHILADELPHIA, GEKMANTOWN, AN
r NORRISIOWN RAILROAD.
On and a ter WEI'NFSDAV, November 1st. 18U5, ut r
Eurther Notice.
FOR GERMAN I OWN
Leave lhlladelphla , 7. 8, ft, 10 11, 12 A.M., 1 2 I'll
1. 4.6 th, 1.8 V, 10. 11. 2 1' M
L'eaveGermantown6,7,7X.8,8M, 0,10. II, li K. M
I 2 8, 4,4.B fcM 7 8,0 10,111'. M
'lbe H VI. oown train, and 3i and bV un tiaini will not
,top on,LetierU'fcUo7sUNDAYS.
Leave Philadelphia li lO A M., 2 7 MH P. M.
Leave GeiuiantownR A M. 1 6 OH P M
(1.1.SNUT BILL RAILROAD.
Leave Philadelphia 6. 8, 10 li A. U.,2, .K 5i,7,K
i d 11 P. M
luve ( hesnut Hill 7T0 minutes, 8 0 40 U4' A.M.
4b 3 40 . 6 40. b'40 8 40, and 10 40 minutes P. VI.
ON SUNDAYS.
Iave Philadeli.hln 910 minutes A. M.,2 and TP
l.eitve t hexnut llill 7 40 minutes A. M 12 40. 40 am
'FRVoNSHtiHOCKEN AND NORHISTOWa.
l eave Pbllattelpbia 6. 8-35 nilnu es U'UA. M.. IM I
ih 5H.6I4 8 05 ntlnutea, and 1 1 H P. M
I e ave Norrtowu bH, 7, 7 50. , 11 A. M.. 1 .4. 0, am
Ihe'oM P. M. tialn will stop at Softool Lane Wlh
hlckon,Manayuuk,SplrigMilI,Aand.ohobockan oul. ;
Leave Phl adelphla 9 A. M .. ""U p- M
Leave Norristown 7 A. M . and 6 P. M.
FOB MAhAYI'NK.
Leave Philadelphia 6. 8 minutes, U'ttt A.M.,!,
tfc 6H,X 8-tio, and U P M nu A M . a
lave Manayunk Ikil"
" U' 0 BUNDATB.
Leave "WjLoiTGeneral Snparlntendeti.
W pot NINTH au4GKtU tiara If
RAILROAD LINES.
J E A D I N (i li A 1 L R O A D.
I PM..' HltADl LPIIH TO "HE INTERIOR OF
Ch. LVAM , 1 HF St llUYl.wII.I., I-U(JUE-vtA!
1" rpI 'AND. AM) WYOMING VaL
LEYS. TJiE NivI.HI, AORTnWEST, AND TUB
tMNTl-H AIURA50FMKNT OF PAS8E1SGEB
LvfiVWr 'rf romrnnt'i 1 unm . TniDTrrVTii .
hours uitnuciitiiiK, m uic ivnon iai
. . , "ORMNO MAIU
At 8 A. M. or Hreuinir l .r,,,,, tr l.l,n-. Til.
Vllle. l'lTK'krove Tniiiaoua - nohnrv Vlllla.nannrt.
Elyilra, Koeliesier NiH,sra Fal s. iluftnlo. A lentnwn,
J ilkeflmrre. 1 lttt n, York, Carlisle, I bainbersbnrg.
Ilanrsmw n etc. etc.
'Ihis train connects at REA f iTnij with F..i rn.
svlvsnla Hsllnml trnlns f.,r Aitentown. etc. and the
Lilian n alily train tor Earrlsburg. etc t at TORI'
CllNlON with CaiawUsa ltsilroad trmna t r VII-
liri 1'osl.nrg. Lock Ilavi n. Umlra etc.i at HaRKIS
ft 1,G with Northern ( rntml t nniherlsrd Va ley, and
Scliuvlklli and Sitstiiir hanna tmlns ior Norihiiinlier
Inntl, Willlamtport. York Chamtinrsliunr. Flnuinv.
etc etc.
AEIERNOON rXTBEsH.
Leaves riillanelnhla at H-8n P. M . for tt.cttnir mtit.
vlllo. lliirnsliurg eto., connctlng with Rcadinu and
C- nmhla Rsliroad ttaina lor Columbia, eto, ami with,
t'atawlsca hallroad trains for Mlltou, Wiliuuusporu
Flmira, Buf nlo etc.
KEAD1NU ACCOM MOD ATION,
Leaves Reading at 8 3tl A M . ntonmnir mult Wll ilia
Hons, aw-lving at Philadelphia at 9 fe A. M.
Returning, leaves Phllado, phla at 4 30 A.M. t arrives
In Reading at 7 30 P. M.
1 rnlns lor Ehiladpinh a leave ITnrrlsbiirg at 7 25 A M.
and Potisvitle at U 'M a. M arriving In Philadelphia at
12 45 P M. Aiteutoon trains leave Harilshurg at 145
P M,PoysvlHe at 2-45 P. M , arriving in PhllaJolphla
.JIAKItlKIH KU ACCOMMODATION.
Leaves Rendmu at 7 :ui A M. nn,i Unrnii.nrir at ft OA
P. M. Market train, wlih passenger ear attached,
leaves Phi adelphla at 12 45 noon for Rending ami all
sta lm. Leav, a headlmr at 11 30 A. M. and Downlng
town at 12 30 P. at., tor Philadelphia aud all way sta
tins AH tne aaove trains run dally, Sundays excepted.
Stim'sv trains leave Putiavitie at ami a. u ,i Phl
lade pita at ,115 p M . ,
lirs'Mi V A Llif I KMLIttlAl).
Passengers lor Dnnnlnvtown antl lntAmtjiillaui nnfn
take ihe 8 (Ml A.M. ami 4 30 P M tralin from Pblla-
delDbla. returning irnm TlAWnlnulnnm t n A Sf r,,l
1'2'S" noon.
NEW YORK EXrbESS FOR PITTSBUBQ AND TI1
WEST.
Leaves New York at I) A M., and 8 P. M., passing
Beading at 1 A. M and 1-48 P. M., ami connecting at
Harrlsburg with Pennsylvania and Northern Central
Railroad express trains lor Pitbburg, Chleogo, w'U
liatusport. Elmlra. Baltimore, etc.
Returning, express train lenves Harrlsbiirg on arrival
ol ibe Heunsylvania express from Plttstmrg, at 3 and
9-05 A.M.. passing Reading at 4 49 and 10 51 A. M. and
arriving in New York at 10 A. M and 2 45 P. M. sleep
ing cars accompany these tialns through between Jersey
I iiy and Flttxburg without change.
A mall train ior Hew York leaves ITarrlshurg at 1 4
P.M. Mall train lor Harrlsburg leaves New York at
SCHUYLKILL VALLEY RAILROAD.
Tiains leave Fottsvllle at 6 45 and 11 A. M., and 715
P. M returning Irom Tamaqna at 7-85 A.'M. aud 140
and 413 P M
SCHUYLKILL AND SUSQUEHANNA RAILROAD.
1 rains leave Auburn at 7 45 A. M for Plnegrove and
Barrisliurg. and 1 5w P M. tor Plnegrove and Tremont,
returning trom Harrlsimrg at 4 OOP. M., and Iruin Tre
mont at 7 A. Al. arid 6 P Si.
TICKETS. '
Through flrst-c'ass itckets and emigrant tickets t
all the principal points In the North aud Wet an &
Canada.
'J he i ol lowing tickets are obtninable only at the office
ol 8 BRADFORD, Treasurer, No. 227 8 FOURTH
Mreet Philadelphia, or to G. A. A1COLLS, Genetal
Superintendent. Beading :
COMMUi ATION TICKETS
At 25 percent, discount, between any points desired,
tor iBUillies ai d firms.
MILEAGE TICKETS,
Good lor 5000 miles, between all points, 52 60 each, for
fanilllcsand fit ins
SEASON TICKETS,
For three, six. nine, or twelve months, for holders
only, to all points, at reduced rates
CLERGYM Et
Residing on tbe line of the road will be furnished with
caids entitling thimselves and wives to tickets at halt
r' EXCURSION TICKETS
From Philadelphia to principal s'a ltns, good for Sa
tuidav. sumiay.and Mondav, at reduced f n e to be had
inly at the Ticket Olllce, at TlIIl.TEHNTU and CAL
LOW HILL Streets.
FREIGHT.
Goods of all descriptions forwarded to all the above
poll ts irom the ( ompany'snew Freight Depot, bKOAU
and WILLOW Strtets.
FREIGHT TRAINS
leave Philadelphia oaily at 1 30 A. M, 12-45 noon, and 6
P. M.. tor heading. Lebanon, Harrlsburg, Pottavllle
Fort Clinton, aud all points beyond.
MAILS
Close at the Philadelphia Tost Office for all places on the
toad and its bunches at 6 A. M, and all the principal
stations only nt 2 15 P M. 815
kOrt NEW YOKK. THE CAMDEN - AND
JP Am boy and Philadelphia and Trenton Railroad;
Compunv 's lines
FROM PHILADELPHIA TO NEW YORK
ana wi.y piaces, irom V) alnut street whan, wlil leave as
lollows Vi.l FABS)
At 8 A.M., via Catuoen and Aniboy Accommoda
tion 2-25
At 8 A.M., via, amtlvu and Jersey City Express., 3 00
A i 2 P M. via Can den and Anibov Express 2 24
at 12 M. (noon) aud 8 P. M. . via Camden andAm-
boy Accommodation (Freight and Passenger). ... -2S
a t b and 11 -Ml p. M. via Camaen and Amboy, Ao
vomuiodatlon lErcight and l'asemier). 1st eia
ticket 2'25
2d t lass Ticket , 150
ai a anu iu a. ai., j ana n r. si., lor Mount Holly.
Elwausvll e, Pemberton and Ylncentown; at 4 A.M..
and 2 E. M.. lor Freehold.
At band 10 A. it., 12 M., 3 311,5 8. and lr'P M., ior Pal
myra, hivcrton, Delanco, Leveny, Edgewatef Bur
lington. Florence Boruentown etc. 1 be lb a. M. and
5 P Al. lints run direct through to Trenton
LINES FROM KENSINGTON iEl Ol WILL LEAVM
AS FOLLOWS :
At IMS A. M., 4 SO and 6 45 P. M., via Kensington
and Jersey City Exp ess O'M
At 12 P. M iNlgbt) via kensington and Jorsey City
Express j
'I be b-45 P. M. Lme will run dally. All others Sundays
except- d
At7:0und 11-15 a. M.. 3, 8 -So 430, 3 and 6 45 P. M and
12 Midnight, ror Bristol Trenton, etc.
At 7 A. M., 10 60, 3,6 and 8P JH. tor Cornwells, Torris-
dale, tloimesbuig. la anv Wlssinomlng. Brldesburg
and Frankiord, und at 8 P. M. for Holmesburg aul
Inunuediate Maiions
IjELVIDELK lit LA WARE RAILROAD,
For the Delaware River Vallev, Northern Pennsyl
vania and New York Mai aud tlie Great Lakes.
'two through iralus dally (Sundays exoeptcd) from
Kensington liepot as follows! . . ,
At 7'30 A- M . aud 8'30 P.M.
LlNaJs FROM NEW YORK FOR PHILADELPHIA,
W'ill leave from loot ot Cortland street
At 12 M. and 4 P. M.. via Jersey City and Camden.
At 7 and lo A. M , p. . and 12 Night, via Jersey City
ana Eenslnglon.
From Pier No. 1 North river, at 6 A. M. and 2 P. M., via
Ami oy and Camden.
At 12 3 ana 6 P. 11. (Freight and Passenger) via
Amboy aud t amder.
March 12. lbfeti. V 1LLIAM H. GATZMEB, Ageat. J
ORTII PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD
Depot, THIRD Street above Thompson. .
Kor BETHLEHEM, DOYLI STOW A, MAOCBI
CHINK. KAN I OA W1LLIAUSPOBX, aud WlLKaJl
B A kith.
At 7 30 A. M. (f xpresM), tor Bethlehem Allemown,
aluueb t bauk, Hazlo'ou. Wltllamapoit, and ilkaa
barre. At 3-30 P M (Expiest,,. to, Iteth ehem, KastOD aba
reaching Easton at 8'4) P. U.
At 315 P. M. lor Bethlehem, aiientowa, wsucll
hunk, Danville and t Ulluinsport,
For Doilentown at 8 35 M.,2'30 and 415 P, .
t oi Fort Wellington at 10 A U. and II P. M.
For Lansdale at b 13 P. M.
H'hlte care ol the second and Third Streets Llnv lt
I'anseuger Cars run direct to the depot
TRAINS iR PUILAliELPRIa,
-l.eave Betiilebem at 0 25 A M. and 10 92 A m ni
i 15 P- M.
Leave Doy.etown at 6 30 A. M., 1-15 and 8 JO P. W
Leave Lt-iot'ale atb'lu A. 11
Leave Fort Washington a. 10 4-- A. M , and 215 f 5f.
ON SUNDAYS.
Philadelphia ior hetti enein at A. M.
Philadelphia tot Doy icsiown at 3 P. M.
Do letdown lor 1 hi adelphla at 7 20 A. M. 3
Heil. I, ben, ior Phliatlelphia at 4 P. it.
l b rt unit 1 lckets must be piocuied at the tlck.eiotr.cetl.
PHIKD Street orbKUKS street.
6 a-IJJS CLARK., a a sat
U; EST JERSEY KAILROAD LIN ErW
If romtoot o, MARKET Ptreet (Upper Feny).
Dal v, except f-uudH s
E ALL AND WINTER ARRANGEMENT.
Ccn inencing W EDNEM)A Y . November 15, IHi.
For Brldgeton, Salem, and all Sta lonson West Jersav
aLd "au-Bi Railroads, at 9 A. M. and 3 30 P. M.
E'o. Mil vllle and a i tutennedlata Stations, al 0 A. it,
Slid 3 i 31
For t ape V ay and Intermediate stations at 9 A. M.tf
Jlillvllle.coiiiectiiigwliu crrlght Train Passenger Cai
uttaehed ior t ape May, due 3 46 P. al., and 3PM
tliroukh l assenger oue 8 P. M.
Eco t jiacbboro and intermediate Stations, at 9 A M
For Woodbury, Gloucester, eto. at 9 A. a), 1 IM
and 5 30 P.M. .
Freight will be received at second covered wharf below
A alnut street. Irom 7 A M. unt 1 6 P M. ""w
fieitl-t received before V . M. will go forward sasaa
dav
Freight delivery. No. 228 S. Delaware avenue
J VAN b N8SEL EK. Huperiuieudent.
I B E W ET J ERSE f EXPK. .? vtjmtKtTt
will attend to all the usual branches of axpraaa buxlnss
t teive, deliver, aud torward through oUier responsible)
Ex picas tomoanles. to all Part oi lb countrr. a
article intrusted to them. "
A Speclul ajesseugeracoompanieaaach throuv n trah.
OBiee No 6 Waaiut street v ig
AT Q U K E N W N E W 8 8 T I "d"
8. W. corner SEVENTH and COEHMCI Hu..,tjj
ALL TUB . "4
DAILY AND WEEKLY PAPrRH. '
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