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THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, JUNE 19, 186G.
CITY INTELLIGENCE For Additional Vity InleUijiwee tie 1'arc. ' ToLlcE Intelmo ehce. William II. Eaton knd ft bearing at the Central Station yostt-rday, on the charge of breaking open a desk at No. f.03 Chrmut street, in the bnseinent, and taking; about $475 Irom it. Christopher Norrlu, pro prietor of the restanrant, teatttied that the money was left In the dek on Saturday nfeht, aiid was nilpsed from It about noon on Sunday. The defendaut, who waa a bartender in the restaurant, while, on bis way home on Saturday nipht, requested of Mr. Morris the keys, as ho said he w anted to clean up the place on Sunday morning; but Mr. Norris did not Hnd it cleaned when he reached there. II. 8. Sieson, a bar tender In the place, was examined, and said that he and the defendant were at ihe restau rant on Hundav morning, In company with a brother-in-law of Katon, but he did not know anythine ot the theft. The hearlnr wat con tinued until Wednegrtav, Baton and riifson belni; required to enter bail in $700 each for their ap pearance at that time. AiiRiist Scheively, a bar-tender at Ulman's hot!, North Third (street, had a hearing on the charge of sleultn? $iui in irold and a small amount iu silver trom the trunk ot Frederick Jeer, a boarder at the hotel. The trunk, when Mr. Goer arrived from New York, was given In charge of the defendant to be taken to the room of complainant, aud soon alter it was discovered to have been Uiokcn open and jobbed. Mr. lieer was unable to say In whnt condition the trunk was when it was delivered at tho hotel by an fpresmnn. Thnre was testimony to the elect that about th time th trunk was robbed, defendant paid a bill ot 5 loo, an I cave a $20 note lor some jewelry. Held for further inves tigation. In the case of Laayctte Meyers there wna a fun her hearing. Dcienuant was cbarired with obtaining: boarding by talse representation. At a previous hearing, the witness stated that the repieseutations had been made by the wife of defendaut, and not by him, and yesterday the only additioual testimony was to the same elfect. Counm 1 for the aelendant called Alderman Beitler'p attention to the tuct that none of the WitneFBFs had testified to any representations made by Mr. Meyers, and the Alderman replied that the wife, though not under arrest, was in cluded in the charee. Held in $700 tor trial. John Bartley was charzed before the same magistrate with being concerned in the theft of oloth from the tailor shop of Neil McCully, Co.1 lowhill street, licur Teuty-thiru. The shop was broken into at an early hour in the morn ing, and two men carried a number of rolls of cloth out and put them into a waizon. and attempted to drive oil with them. Tbo hore was seized by one of the neighbor, and the mi-n lumped out and ran oil'. Two wituesses identified Hartley as one of tho men; several others did not think be was in the wagon. He was held to appear at thu present term of the Quarter Sessions. Board of Surveyors. A stated meeting of the Bond of Surveyors was held yesterday. A petition was presented t'roui owners of pro perty in the Twenty-tilth Ward, asking for street, and grade lines to be established Irom Old York road to Frankiord rout, and from Ere avenue to WingohouVing and Frankford creeks. Referred to a committee. The following communication was received from the City Solicitor: T. 8. KNEiss, Esq. My Dear Sir: Under the ordtnance of September 1, 1858, you can un doubtedly refuse to dedicate to public use any street the name of which has not been sub mitted to and approved by you. I do not think that we should reject a deed tendered tor the reason that the new street does not pass from one street to another street, or that it forms a court. Ihe mere leaving of a deed with us does not bind the city to pave, curb, or introduce the water. These n re questions for subsequent determination. The ordinance of August 22, 1854, would seem to indicate that the Law De partment is the cus.odian of all deeds and other assurances of title. Very respectfully, yours. F. Carroll Bukwsi'ER, City Solicitor. Derds dedicating South Marshall street, First Ward: continuation of Twenty-second street, and ill-car street, in the Twenty-sixth Ward, were presented and the names approved. Applications tor privileges to construct sewers In the following named streets were granted: On Ninth street, between Chesnut ami Market streets: on Spruce streer. between Fifteenth and Sixteenth streets; on Norris street, between Gunner's run and Almond street: on Oxford street, to the Germattown road, thence to the nc rth line of Camae street: on Fifteenth street. between Spring Garden and Brandy wine; and on Brandywine street, between Fifteenth and Sixteenth. Soldiers' Meetings. An election for of ficers ot Company A, 1st Regiment Infantry, Re ser.e brigade, was held at the armory. No. 810 Market street, Friday evening. Bneadier-Gencral Charles P. Herring, recently appointed Brigade Inspector, conducted the election, which re sulted In the choice of James D. Keyser for Captain ; George F. Delicker for First Lieutenant; and William 1). Hastings Second Lieutenant. Elections ill be held ibis week in Companies C, E, and I. The regiment will parade on tbo fourth of July, aud participate In the flag pre sentation ceremonies. An adjourned meeting of the 15th Pennsyl vania (Anderson) Cavalry was held last evening, Lieutenant Conaway presiding. Measures have been taJcen to secure a large turnout of the regiment on the coming "Fourth," and it is expected tnat at least one hundred members will . appear mounted. Lieutenant-Colonel Charles Al. Beits will have command. . Colonel Lyle, of the National Guard, lias called ine soldiers of the Pith and 90th Pennsyl ania Regiments to meet cu Wednesday evening next, at National Guards' Hall, to consider mat ters connected Willi the Hug presentations ou July the Fourth. An iniormiil meeting of the officers of the 2d Peimf jlvaniB Cavalry was held last evening, to make preparations to join tue parade on the Fourth of July. Thk Wateb SurrLY. Tho following statement, sliowb the amount of wster pumped at all the water woiks during tho mouth of May, lbtiii: Callt of Works. witter pumped, Fairmount 674 5112,616 Scliuvlkill 146.fki0 7(ifl DeJawnre VM.'iM SiO Twenty-fourth Ward... 4U,030,0,J0 The GermantowM Water Wq'ks Aoeraae A' aallt. ti r dm. v- 1 M2 J 18,532 342 4,liy7,7i 4 . 817 1,681,613 have been in pos-esslon of tlio city and und.ertue management of the Chief Engineer from the 14th of May, aud from that time till the 1st of June the works pumped 4,538,000 gallons, being an average of 2(i7,036 gallons per rlav. The new reservoir, intended to afford the citi oi)8 of tne Twenty-fourth Ward a better supply of water, will be commenced in a short time. The city has purchaed twenty acres ot land on Belmont and Montgomery avenues, for which $CiO per acre was or will 'shortly be paid, the Ma or having approved the ordinance making the appropriation. The reservoir, when com- f deted, w ill be connected with thepresent works n that ward. Bfter they have been improved so us to lurnish the increased quantity of water that will be necessary to meet the demand. FcHTHKB Hearing. Before the Recorder yesterday, a further hearing wa3 had In ihe ca.e of ihe corporators of the Philadelphia anJ Sen eca Creek Oil Company, charged with obtaining money under false representations. Hut one witness was examined, who had not toeea to the land of the comnanv. and did not know any- thiug as to the oil developments, except what he had heurri. The reDresentations made to him bv one nf th defendants were that nine per cut. would be realized, and if the land waa uronerlv worked, from twelve to twenty per cent, in common with other subscribers he was informed that the land had cost 155,00'), hut a commluee appointed at a meeting of tho stockholders to investigate the-affairs of the com uup r had abcertained that onlv 10.000 bad been puid lor it. Tl.e tr iuk will be continued on Bond'iy cvt. Mkktiso ok Firemen. A meeting of firemen was held last evening at the Perseve rance Ho?e Honse, Race street, above Tbfrd, to make arrangements lor the reception of the Vigilant Steam Fire Company on tnelr retnrn to this city. ' l ne meeting was organized by calling Mr. ?. B. Savin, ot the Northern Liberty Hose, to the chair, and appointing B. K. Altllck Secretary. The following Companies were represented: Independence Hose and Steam Fire Kneine Com pany, Northern Liberty llo-ie. Mechanic Fire Company, Riuggold lluw, Independence Fire company, jNiagara nose company, united eiaies Hose Company, Resolution Hose Company, Washington Hose Com pan v. Friendship Fire Company, Empire Hook and Ladder Companv, Philadelphia Fire Coirpany, Perseverance Hose M'niany, Acnsineion hobo ana ream rare Et gine Company, Pennsylvania Hose Company, Hiocrnta Steam Fire Engine Company, Taylor Hose Company, Hope Hose and Steam Fire Engine Companv. Lafayette Hose Company, Assistance Steam Fire Engine Company. Hie chair appointed tue loiiowing gentlemen as a committee of arrangement'": First Fire District. William Sweeney, of the Niagara IIoiy: Second District. J. Downing, of the Hiberbla; Third District, John Campbell, of the Independ ence rire company; rourtn Lhsinct, (ieorge Ilensler, ot tue Mechanic Lneine. K. A. Pue, of the Philadelphia Steam Fire Engine Com pnny, was appointed Treasurer. Mr. cnaries ma or staled ttiar the vigilant Fire Company would return to Philadelphia on next Saturday week, arriving at Walnut street wharf about CJ o'clock P. M. Alicrthe transaction of some unimportant busiLess the Convention adjourned. Meeting of Tobacco Manufacturers. A meeting of persons tntereste I in the manu facture of tobacco was held last evening. Mr. Augustus 1 faff was cullea to tho chair, and Mr. Charles Baker appointed Secretary. A preamble Biid resolutions were offered, in wh eh are set lorth the damage that all interested in the manufacture of tobacco are sustaining from the present revenue law, which taxes the manuiactured article, and Congress is called upon to so change the law as to tax th8 raw material alone, aud also to increase the tax on imported manufactured tobacco. Wh'lo the lesolulions were under consideration, it was explained that it was not the wish ot the manu facturers that the planter should pav the tax, but that the leaf should be cent to buided ware houses, and the tax be paid by those who take it out. The preamble and resolutions were adopted. Passenger Cars Licensed. The follow ing statement shons the number ot cars now running upon the various Passenger Railroad", upon which they pay a license ot $:io lor each car to the Highway Department: Filth and Sixth streets, 40 cars; Tenth and Eleventh, 27; do.: Second and Third, CO do.; Fourth ami Eichth streets, 3H do. ; Union fane, fill do.; Green and Coates streets, 31 do.; Chesnut and Walnu 22 do.; Spruce and Pine, 14 do.; Lombard and South, 14 do.; Thirteenth an 1 Fifteenth, 20 do.; Seventeenth and Nineteenth, 14 do.; Fairmount, Ilestonville, aud Mantua, which includes the Race aud Vine and Arch street roads, 44 do.; (iirard College and Ridge road, 1C do. The West Philadelphia Company returned, in 18611, 37 cars, but Fince that time thev have paid the tax upon their cars to the City Solicitor, under protest. Ground fob School Purposes. Coun cils duiing tho past few months have purchased quite a number of lots of ground in several of the Wards, upon which new school-houses are .to be erected. Ordinances aporoving of tho fol lowing purchases were siguea ytsteraay by the Mayor. A lot on Poquesing street, Mecbanic ville. Twenty-third Ward, 130 by 2."0 feet: lot on Tacony street, Twenty-third Ward, 140 by 175 feet; lot on Ludlow street, below Ttnrtv-sixtu street, Twenty-seventh Ward, 107 by 100 feet; lot cn St. John street, 20 by 100 feet; and one on Rose alley, near Tammany street. 20 by 60 leet The two lots last mentioned are to be trans ferred to Ihe Police Department tor tne ereetion of a Stawon House, and the presont station on Third street, north of Buttonwood, is to be transferred to the HcbooJ Department. A New Police District. The ordinance chansing the boundaries of the First and Secoud Police Districts, so as to create a Third District, has been signed by the Mas or, and in a short time tbo old Moyamensing Hall, on Christian street, nel w Tenth, will re titted up as a p jlice station for the new or 17th District. Thp build ing, several cars ago. was used as a police sta tiop, and but little alteration will be nee Jed to make it fit for police purposes again. The new district comprises all that portion ot the city lving south ot South or Cedar street, and be tween Sixth and Broad streets. This chauge does not increase the police force ot tne city. "IIarpeb's Magazine" for July; 1868 contains Personal Recollections of the War Midsummer Some Cuiiuus Homes A Look at Libbon High Days in a Virginian Village Armadale, by Wtlkie Collins; concluded I! sttys burg, July, '1803 Frauds Anbury Tbe Sword of Damocles The Fool Catcher Sanctuary Privileges in Rome Under the Arches Mr. luddlar's Mistake A Study of Legs The Food of Birds Education ot the Colored Population of Louisiana An Hour at Sea Forty-two Editor's Easy Chair Monthly Record of Current events Editor's Drawer, The Magazine is for sale by J. b. Lippincott, Thonias B. Pugh, T. B. Peterson & Brother, and the book-dealers gene rally. MrC. C. Yeaton, oi Brooklyn, has given $l,0l)0 for Constant Mayer's picture, "Conva lescent." The first volume of the "Memoirs of Maxi milian 1, Emperor ol Mexico," has just appeared at Leipsic. BOOKS AND STATIONERY. REMOVAL. WILLIAM BOOKSELLER G. PERRY, AND STATIONER, Ba8 REMOVED FROM s. vf. cormr Fouara and bace, TO 5 25fmwlm No. 738 ATICII STREET. T7MNE STATIONERY, OP THE BEST JJ Quality, Yl . u. 1 r. 11 iv i , Stationer, No. 728 ARCH Street. Philadelphia. A BKOLD'S INK. FABER'B PENCH.S, AND Gillott'a steel rena, au geomuBj bj- Stationer, No. 728 ARi H street. PWladeipbltt. BLANK BOOKS IN LARGE VARIETY, otmy own manufacture. ,. ' bELLINU AT LOWEST CASHBATE NO. 728 ABCH Street. FbUadelphla. ENVELOPES, LETTER, CAP, AND BILL Puucr. AT LOW CASH PRICBS. W. U. PFBRT. Stationer, Ko. 728 ARCH Street. PhilaxlelMhlo. OLD PENS, NATIONAL BANK PENS, VJ3 l'erry'i Un otel yeua, Etc. W. O. PERRY. ! Stationer, No. 728 AK 11 r-treet. Philadelphia. 1 25 iruwlm CLOSING OUT id OCR LARGE STOCK. OF i C All IU AGES', AT REDPCFD PRICE. J. 8. ( OLLINQ9 609, 1.0. I6 AhCU ctret AMUSEMENTS. RISLEY'b CONTINENTAL NEWS kXCHASOF.. C boire Seats to !! D'cf ot ABOHiiini w to t o'cK.ck nT eienlng. 11117 TJNION NATIONAL a 11? rr c ois ce itr : 10 BE GIVEN AT SMITH A NIXON'S IIA1.I, CHICAGO, ILLINOIS, JULY 5, 18C0. JOO.OOO Gifts, Valued at $990,000! Number of Tickets, 1,000000 ! AT ONE D0LL&B EACH I 8140,000 in Greenbacks! TITLE TO JRFAL ESTA1E PERFECT, AM) WAEEANTY LEEDS GIVEN. lGlrt In Real Kwtate (several parce l) In and nmr bicugo ) Cut in (..ritntjacks SUIltn in l.rtenuao n. each tlO.mO 30 ONI ,VI (l.ltl iW.WM 10,' HO 10,000 2,200 ftfl.ono 10 (.Ills In (rreiiLfickn. each SftiMi 6 (lit In l.ie DliaikH. each aiUUv 1 tin In Heal fcsiule, HU acre. A uillen west of hlrato lOlti'nkol 1-state In Juneau county, Wis consin 50 CjIUb Iu Heal titate 5" l,c tH iu Hrumt'8 Addi tion to ( L Ion no. each tl'00 CO bills lu clegi.ut 1 lunua, eaub S400 40.IKJI) 1J,200 f 9,f 76 o'her valnablo CMs many ot them largo valuta at irom i to uu 697,1-00 Toa! value In frizes ')StO 0H For lull dt-Hcilotive Hat ot Trizea, nee smuil bilia, ao Commit) v Ine orders. '1 l,e dmwliiK win tnke place in the Holt, Immediately afie' Ihe 1 oroert. liy a Committee appointed by the audience the tlrxt number d awn ent tniitf toe holder 01 tbc ticket cortextmtidlns to it number 10 the liiKlie Irl7e tne second to the second highest, and 50 on, until the v hole 1 ccimp eteit. tlOOD AND liELIABLK AGENTS wanted In every town and city in the Union, to whom great Induce- uitnn are ouereu. SPECIAL TEliMS TO CLUBS FOE KITE OR MORE TICKETS. We will Henri 8 Tickeis. 1 address.. f 4 ISO' 40 Tickets, 1 address. 835 01 10 Co do .. (MO ftU co do .4:1-1)0 W do do .. ,7 Ifl loo do do .fSOi) 30 do do ..20 251 nd Btamp for p'i Ofco. Id everr rase send tho name ot e ich ticket hmder. ith toll address aa to tut Uflice. county and mace. W 1 ney my be aval at our rixk by jLipreu, lrai't, Fust Uttice drcier, or ne(tiic rea 1 etter. AddrtsB u'l couiiuuulcaiiona to BRYAN, ROSBROOK & CO., Ko. I0O MADlSOtf Street. Chicago. (B. O. Lrawtr 5927.) 6 8 lt T A I NUT S T H K E T TUBA T H E. N. K. corner NIM'tl aiu! WAtSOf ritreeN lleama .juaner to h. '1U1S tTueadar) P.VKNINti. June 19, Lihl KlUdT BUT ONE OF MR EDWIN BOOTH, who will appea- for the Twenty-flrat and last time In choXt'ipcar's lraged of HAMLhT. Wednesday, Farewell Benefit ot Mlt. ED Wl Si BOOT H, and Alt' -flrat rl(.bt ot Ma remarkable engagement. hCYULAS and I AM IMS OF I lit. bUKtV. EDWIN BOOTH in both pi a' a. IJIUKKDAY, BENEFIT OF J. II. TAYLOR The grand legendary ancctacle ot the NAIAD OUEEN will be magnitlcenilv produced oa suturduy evenint;. TV4RS. JOHN DREW'S KEVV AUCU STREET THKATKK, CHANGE Or 1IMK. Beit na atR o'clock. Last week of tne aucce?iul enuanemen: of KTTIK HKNDKHmOJi, rum EVEMNU, and until further notice. THE lie KEI OrVLEAVE MAN'S WIFE, Or, SIX YEARS A ITER. Sam WIlloUEhhv. with a med.ev fonu. Jlf.NLIKKatJN Hawkfhaw, a Detective..., Jem Jia.ion ..M r. .Marlowe ...Harry Klvera Robert Brierlv Mr. L. L.Janie The performance couc urtlng encn evening with one of r l ilt, itt,j!ycu us'rt PROTEAN CO...EKII8. I rlday, Farcwe l Benefit and 'ent nlabt ol E l HE BE.NDFuaOS. Scats secured six dara in advaace. VIEW AMERICAN THEATRE WAINCT Street, above Eighth. EngaEtment of the ceieliruttd nctrena, A) a DAM K IOMSI, who will appear wither great character of VALSaA.'lUE t-L AVE OlIEEN'. Graft. Mr. D. E. Rol'on (From iSiblo'H. New York. Ills flr.t appearance here ) alao In a Grand Bailet every evening. 6 18 V ALER'8 (LATE MILLER'S) WINTER G A It DEN N 08. 72(I-Ti VINE Street. GRAND INSTRUMENTAL CO.VCERT8 NIGHTLY. By two large and efficient Orchestraa. TO-NIGHT, And EVERY NIGHT. In connexion with our EXCI.LSlOH STUINU BAND. a Brass Band, compiising tne best Artlata in the city. win uuriurui. OPEN FOR THB SEASON. Our spacious sun mer Garden, artistically laid eut with Shrubbery, fountains, etc. IN THE LADIES' SALOON. Especially pet apart lor F Ml LIES, tbo best ofCream-i and outer Keiresunienta will be Bervuu. e 103 THE PIANOS WHICH WK JIANU- I ft facUre recommend themselves. We promise to our patrons ciear beautliul ti,ncs. elcvant workin in ship durability, and reasonable prices, combined wi h a lull gutnaiitee. For sale only at Ao. Iui7 WALNUT Street. 6 29$ CNION PIANO MANUFACTURING CO. GrYM N AS I UM row LADIES. GENTLEMEN. AND CHILDREN. N. E. COKNEK OFNIN'IH AND AHCI1 STREETS. OPEN EVERY DAY AND EVENING, ALL SUMMER. Bodily f xeiclfe tmparta btalth und stcengtb, tlia best preventive af'uii si siesiiess u1 tue euuiniK suuiuier . ,1 . ..... , ....... . . Il.TTI LjLJIK , . r. I L-UTtO INSURANCE COMPANIES. QASH CAPITAL, $200,000. THE UNITED STATES ACCIDENT INSUR ANCE COMPANY, Of Syracuse, New ork. Insures against DEATH FiiOM EVERV CAUSE, Whntlier ACCIDENT. CHOLERA, or DISE ASE ol anv kind, with weekly couipeusailon lor DISABILITY irom ACCIDENT, rnvTUKFDrOLIflTF.8 FROMO-VF.TO FIVP TVAR1 ACCIDENT POLICIES FROM ONE MOjtlll 10 TEN 1 r..A k. NO MEDICAL EXAMINATION REQUIRED FOB CC1DEN1 idbti HA A C E. This Is the only Company authorised to issue COM BINED LIFE and ACLTDKNl' FOL1CIES. In view ot the nro mbllliy ol tlie visitation ot Cc OLE HA this summer, this opportunity of Inauriiig against it tor a brief eerlod. at economical rates, should command tue attention oi everyone; wime ma couiin nation ul ACt 11)1 NT risk oftere I with ft enables tho,, residing In the City, or transuding buulnvas here and returning to the couutry dully, to guurd aKainst evurv totia ot , DISEASE OR CASUALTY. Permits" lasned for, travel to Solicitors wanted. Europe, etc. Activo WM. A. STEPHENS, General Agent 811 lm No. 501 CHE8SUT Street, Philadelphia. WlliK INSURANCE KXCLUHIVELY. THE Ji PENNSYLVANIA FIRE INSURANCE COM I'AN Incorporated IKJ5 Charter Perpetual No. aiU ALN I T street, opiosiie inuoueuucui quara. Ti,ia roninmiv. iMvorablv known to tlie coinmnnlti lor over iortv years, continue to insure against loss or damage by Are on Public or Private Buildings, euber permanent y or tor a limited time. Also on Furniture -locks of Goods, and Merchandise genoiqUy. on liberal Ihelr Capital, together with a large Surplus Pund, Is Invested, In the moat careful manner, wbicb enable them to offer to the Insured au undoubted security In ti e case 01 losa. Daniel Smith Jr.. John Deveroux, ' t honias Smith, Heoty Lewis. J GtUhiiibam Fell a Alvaanuer Benson, inane llarleburst, Thomaa Robins, Daniel niuuwK.vi, DANIfcL SMITH. Jb.. President. Wuiiam G. Csov. six, secretary , 4 j f INSURANCE COMPANIES DELAWARE MUTUAL. .SAFETY INSURANCE COaiPAN. CKCORIORATF" tx lir, Lt"iiLAHHI lENS'TI.VAMA. 1SS5. OmCK 8 K. CORKFR IHIRI) AND HJtUlV BTKKK'IW, HULA KELPHIA. MARINE 1NSUEAKCK ON Yr BSKLH.l C RO). J To U parts of the FRtHillT ' INLAND INMJHANCKS Co Oooot by Rrvi r ( anal. Lake, and Land Carriage all parn o the t nlna rifiB IN8UKANCE On Verfhardlae epera Iv On "torea. Dwe ling Uouaea.ate. AB8ETH OF THK COMFAHT Novemtier I, ltW. lonnitrnlted Btate 6 per cent. toa TI....I'i,mm'o 10 8f0 " HI.... 1 tdtdoo T -IO per eent. loan Treaonry riotea. 1)4 1750 100 (CO State ot 1 ennaylvanla Five l'er 1 ent Loan in M t4,(KiO State of Peunayltaiila Mz Pet Cent. l oan 53 2511 126 00l l Itv of I'hlladelph'a rut Per lent. loan 112 812 51 20.IH0 rennylvania Railroad Flint Mort gate fix Per (Vnt. Bond lu.tmio li,Dw Ptiiiiylvani Hailroad Kecond Mort- tH hU i'ert ent. Honda 18 WO w extern I ennRrlvania Hal road Mort rae Hlx Per Cent. Iinnda IVW'1 ufl Shares Htnek Ciermantown Oaa C'cmnanv. principal and inherent Snaranteed by the ky 01 Phlla elpbla 7,160 1 Miarea Stock Pennav,vai.U Rall- rof,d omnany 5 COO I0O Sbarea Stock North Pennaylyanla KHUroad Companv ti'.flCO Henoflt wl b Cnlled Statea (iovern- ment aubject to ten nays' c a I 50,1 00 State ot Tenneeace iFlve Per Cent. I oan it TOO Loani on Pond and ktortgate fltat liana oa City propertr 2.7J01 2S.7M) li IS 67 8.680 - 1 VAO 40.000" 18 WO IN I70,700n 1.3,PMI l'r- Market value...... 99H ViO 01, Real Fatate ai'OtiOti Billa receivable lor n uraucea made. Ul 013 y Baiaticeadueat Agencies.- Premiuma on al .rtne Policies Accnied Inte rest, and othei debta due the Com pany 40 811 44 Scrlo and Stock o sundry Inaurance and olhrr ( ompanka 1W. Eatl ..... mated valne 1910 0 Caaii in Ranks M.D.'Ki f Cash In Drawer H78 4M n6,o,t,V'i 11RECTOR8. Samuel Stokea. Thomaa C. Land, John c. Davia J. 1 . Peniatao, tnmntidA. Sooner, 1 lieopbl.ns Pauldinn, John K. Peuroao, Jamea Iraquair, Henry C. Iia.lett, it., Jameg C. Uund. VV Iillam C. Ludwitr. Jaeta II. Seal, Ueorse C. Lelper, Hugh Craig. Robert Burton, JohnD Taylor. llenrv Sloan, V tlllam G. Bonlton, r.awara itarungton, H. Jonea Brooks. Edward l.a ourcade. Jacob 1'. Jonea .1 limes B. McFaxland, Joshua P. F.yre, Spencer slcllvain, J.B. SeniDle, Pittsburg, A. B Hemer. ptttbur, D. T. Morgan. Plttsbum 8 C. HAND, Prealoont, TTWMA D a YIB. Vlca Piealdent. 1 15 Hekbt I.yiBt'HK, secrt tarv. OIlTII A3HERICAN TRANSIT INSURANCE COMPANY, No. 133 South FOURTH Stroot PHILADELPHIA. Annual Policies issued agalDst General Accidents all descriptions at cxcecdlrgly low rates. Insurance effected lor one year, in any sum trom $10 to 110 000, at a premium of only one-ball pet cent. securing the mil amount tnsured In case ot death, and compensation each week canal to the whole pre ujtuiu paid Short time Tickets for I, 2, S, 8 7, or 10 days, or 1. 3, 01 6 months, at 10 ceuia a day, Insiirluu in the aum 01 t3o0li. or giving lib per week it diaabieu to be bad at tue General Otl.ce, No. 133 S. FOURTH Street, rhl adel- Phla. or at the various Rullioau 1 Icket ottlces. Bosurn to purchase the tickets 0! the North American 'transit insurance company. or circulars aud tort iter information annlv at tn General Office, or of any ol the autboiiz-d Agents of the ompauj. .. . i.tm u. 1101 rr, rreMacnt, JAldFS M. ONRAD. 'Ireasurer HENRY C. BROWN, Secre.ary. JOUN C. BULLITT. Solicitor. HREClORs. L. I Honpt.lateol Pennsylvania Railroad Comnany. M. Bnlrd of M. Baldwin & t o 's. 1 niniuel c. Palmer. arhlerot Commercial Bank, Kitbard Wcod. No. HOD Market street an cs M. Conrad. No. C'23 Maiket street. J. E. Kmgaley, I ontinental llotei. 11. G Ler(nring,Noa m and .'30 Dock street. Samuel Work 01 Work, McCouch fc Co. Gierke Martin. Ko. 322 Chesnut street 1 3 10m 1829CIIAIlTEK rEKPETUAL FB AN KLIN FIRE 1K8UKANCE COMPALTi or P1I IL. A DKLFHIA. Assets on January 1, 180 G, 8Q,50G,85rOG. capital ...t400.000 In. Acciuti Suinlua. WtM'l IS Preuiiume ...I,l(i2,:NJ8Hi LS SETTLED CLAIMS, INCOME FOR 1866 tll.t7 53. :tl0 00U. LObHES PAID SINCE 1S1 OVEB 65,000,000. Perpetnal and Temporary Policies on Liberal Terms. DIRECTORS. Charles N Bnncker, .Edward C. Dale, lobiuri Warner, George Falea, SliuucI Grant. Aiireu r mer, Francis W. Lewis, M. I. Peter McCalL Geurye W.Richards, Isaac Lea, CIIAHLES N. BANCKER. President EDWARD O DALE, Vlce-PrealUent. JAB. W. McALl-lsTEB. Secretary pro tern. 2 t!23 QIIIAKD FIRE AND MARINE IIJ5TJKABCJS CUflLFANY. OFFICE, No. 415 W ALN I T STREET, PHILADELPHIA CAP11AL PAID JN, IN CASH, 200,l00. Ills couipary continues to write on Ftrr Rti$ onlh Its capital, with kood surplus, Issaiely Invested. 701 Lotees by tit uave betn promptly paid, and more than 8500,000 Disbursed on this account v. ithln the past few years. Foi the present tbe on.ee or wis company will remain at No. 41ft WAI,NIJT STREET, but within a few months will remove to its OWN liriLDING N. E. CORNER SEVENTH AND CH ESN PT STREETS. Then as now. e sbail he buppy to insure our patrons i sncb rates as are consistent who aatety. biutcioas. THOMAS CRAVEN, aLFRKD b. gillett, VT a. I 1 11' 1L V!tL- tl Uil AN 1 Aiti, ILOs. AKH-LAR, I UARLKS 1. DC1''6nT, IJ L' V IJ V L" IT V aJ M t. V J till. N htl TLh E, JOl.N W CLA GHpRN, U I Ai IV A t; A.1 C A a JOSEPH KXAPP.M.D. uir , a vi,ivKi.n.jii.. THOMAS CRAVEN. President. aLFKED 8 GIlXilT. V. President and Treasurer. JAMES B. ALVORD, Secretary. 1 in J "DIHENIX INSLKANt'K UUill'ANY Uf Vttl -L LAO - , ... 1 rillDTlTD IlVODtT TTT 1 T v . ., a AT.N11T Street, onuoslte the Excbanue. i ., Mlilnn to MARINE and IN LASD 1NSUUAN0E this Company Insures II om loss or tlatnate by FIRE, ou liberal erins on liuildlngs, uieicbanUise, mrultura, ete.. lor limited perioos, ana permanently on ouuutnga, oy j , ... nrmlmn. Ihe Company bas been In active operation for more p,omPU)J.tdIP0TOB. .Ti,n T. Hodge, Lawrence Lewfs, Jr., M. B- Maboney, JohnT. Lewis, William B. Grant. T, . , , w T.eainlnir. Benjamin lining, Thomas H Powors, Clark WbarUiU, Edmond Caatfllon, i.VI- ariie.n Lonla O. Norrla. a. a. aicuenry, oauiKv JOHN B. WUCILHRER. Prealden. Baitol Wacox, Secretary. 41 T 11 B PROVIDENT llfE AAD TRUST COMPANY, UF nULAUALXUIA, Inenmnrated by the state of Pennsylvania. Third BM (III I III till . 1 WW. " V ' - - - - 1 w i uV V U TEHbST ON DEPOSITU, and GRANTS ANN0I- T1ES- CAPITAL, 150,000, PIKEOTOM. RamuelB.BB'nlcy. Jeremiah Backer, Joaboa H. alorns, xtieuwu vaauury, Henry Haines. T. Wiaiar brown, Wi iim c. Loujistreth, cotnn. "1V"-' Charles F, BAMUrL B , SU1PLET, Preaiaent. Rowlahd PABkT, Actuary, SPi'iOB 1 H. F0VBTI1 STREET. I 5 RAILROAD LINES. E A DING RA1LKOAP. Li GREAT ThIINK LINK, ROM PFIILA DELPHI A TO 'i HE INTCRIOR OF PENN Si LV A N 1 , 1 HE bChVTLKII.U M"OCE IiANNA, I'MPFRLAND. AND WYOMING VaI. LEYS, THE NCR1H. NORTHWEST, AND TdE CA N A DA 8. SUMMER ARRATOFMFNT OF PASSENGER 1RAIN. June 4 IKc leavlp the Company's Depot, at TH1RTKF.5TH aad CAIIOWH1LL Streeu fhlladelphla. at the following Un" MOBKIN' ACCOa!MOnTIOW.' ' At 1-30 A.M. lor Rerln ant intermediate Stations. JsOltN'NU KM'RaSS. At 615 A. M. tor Ktafllrttf, Lebanon. liarrlsbnrg Totia Villa, I inearove. Tamn,un. Snnbtiry, Vllllatnanort Mmlrat Hi cLesier Ma.sra Fai a, Buffalo. A lenfown V ilktsburre. l'IMaton, York, Carlisle, chamberabutg, Ilaprrstewn etc etc. Ibis train ronneets at RKADINO with East Penn sylvania l.allread traipe for Allentown etc. and the Ltban n ally train lor ITerrisburg etc t t POH! CIINTon w.th t atawltaa Railroad trrnns tor VII lla ashurg. Lock Haven. Unnra etc t at HRUIS H 1.G v.lth Northern ( entrai Cnmberland Valley, n'ld Pchuvlkill and Suaciuehaiiiia trains mr Northuinimtlaud, W ill lamaport, York Chamhe.raburg, Plnegtove, etc aFIERsgo.n KXPREH. I.eavea Philadelphia at S SO P. M , for Reading Potta vllle. llarrisliurg ete., connwtlng with Reading and uciumoia nni roan I'aina tor t o ntnoia, etc. .RKADING ACl OMMODATION. Lf avea Reading at 8 00 A si , atnniuag at all wav sta tions, a riving at Philadelphia at 8 A. M. K turning, leaves Philadelphia at 6 00 P. M. t arrives In Heading at 1 M P. M. Iralna tor t'bilailelphia leave Harrtsbnrff at 8T0 A M. and Pot'avllle at 8 45 A. M arriving In Pbllailolphia at 110 P. M. Afternoon trains leave Hnrrlsburg at 2 10 P. Si., rottsviile at 2 49 P. M., arriving in Phladclphla 16-45 P.M. UAKKISHCKO Art.tlJlMOll XTION. Leaves Bei.dinir at 1.10 A M. and Hams mra at 410 P M t onnee, limat Keaulng with Atiernoon Aecotn n:t ('Btlon south, at 8 JU P. Al.. arrivlnv In Pliliailelubia B 20 P. M. Market train, with naasenirer ear attached, leaves Phl adelpbla at 12 45 noon for Rending an an wavsta tltna Leaves Rendlns at 11 3o A. M. aud Downlngtowo t 12-30 P. M.. for Pliiladelphla and all way ata l',na. All tne ahove trains run dn v. xum nva exceotetl. Simtinv tralna leave Pottsville at g-00 A. M . ami Phl- larTe pbiat3-5P M. Leave Philadelphia for Reading at 8'00 A. Al. I te nrnlng irom Ri aditm at 4 25 P, M. tlll.S IKK VALLEY RAILROAD. Pasenrers for Tnninpff wn and Intnrmeillaia nntnta toko the 7-3 and 8-! A. M. and 5'0 P M. trains from I hi adelphla, returning irom Downingtown at 6 35 A. M. and 12 3" noon. NEW YORK EXPRESS FOR PITTSBUBO AND THE W EST. Leaves New York at 0 A M.. and R'ftn P M naaaine Reading at and 11 53 A. M and 148 P. M , and con nectingat llarrlsburg with Pennsylvania and Northern t entrai Railroad express tralna lor Pittsburg, Chicago. ri 11 lamspnn, r imira, iiuit'uiore. etc. veuming. expnsa trum lenves Harnsmirg on ernvni Ol the Ptnnsvlvaiiia exnresa from Plttsourv. at 3 and 0-f5A. M and!)'i5P. M.. passing Beading at 4 49 and 111 52 A.M., and 11 30 P M., and arriving in Sew York at 10 A. at and 2 45 P. M. Hceulnir cars accomtianv these ti aina through between Jerse city and Pittsburg, with out change. A Din II train tor New rom leaves iiamsnutg ai'i iur. M. Mall tralr tor Harrlsburg leaves Sew York Itlitl. SC1ICY1.K I LL VALLEY KM I. ROAD Trains leave Pottsville at 7 and 11-30 A.M.. and 715 P. M . teturnlng irom '"magus at 735 A. M. and 1 4il and 4 1.1 P M SCbC lLKILL AND SUsyUEUANN A KAILHOAD. 1 rains leave Auburn at 1 5U A. M. for I'lnecrove and Herrishurir. and 1 (Mi P M. for Plnettrove and Treiuont. returnini' trom Harrlshurg at 3 20.P. M., and from Ire- niont at 7'35 A. M. and 6 25 r. M. IllMS'l S. Throneh first-class tickets and emlcrnnt tickets to all the principal points In the Nonh and Wet and Canada. 1 lie 10 1 lowing in nets are olitnt auie only at tne omce 01 S. BKAIiFORD, Treasurer, No. 227 8 FOURTH r-treet, Philadelphia, or of G. A. NICOLLS, Geneial eupennunuenT. Bearing: At 25 rer cent, discount, between anv nohits desired, tor tauillies ai d ftrais. MILEAGE TICKETS. Gord Or20fl0mllcs. bc.ween all nohtts. 152-59 each, for lamuies ami 111 ins . skao niaim, For three, sis. nine, or twelve months, for holders only, to an points, at reuueeu ratea. Resldlne on the line 01 the road will be furnished cams entitling themselves and wives to tickets at ball (are. From Philadelphia to principal sta lens, good for Ha tmdav, Suniiay,nd Mondnv. at redtieed fate to bo hnd in v at toe timet cilice, at tuii.tjuentu anu tau LOVt HILL Streets. r tttiiiii r. Goos of all desciiptious lorwarded to all 'he above l olrts irom the ompany's new Freivbt Depot, BROAD anu wiLLUw Btnets. I" KKltiM I 1KA15" LeaveThlladei rbla cally at 30 A M . 12-45 noon and t 1. M.. ter Beading. Lebanon, Uarrlsburg, Pottsville Port Clinton, and all points beyond. HA ,H Close at the Thtladclphia Post Office for all places on tne toao ana iw nuncnes at 0 A. M , ana lor tne principal siaiiona ouiy ui 0 ao r. nu 01a VOKTH PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. X'l Depot THIRD Stieet above Thompson. ror riuui-tutti uuiLi-niuwh. nAuti CHCNE, KASTON. WILL1AMSPOBT, and WI LEES BA ftrir.. At 7 30 A. M. Fxpreaa), for Bethlehem, Al lento wn tdaucb Chunk, Qazletou, Wllliairjsport. and Wflkes 'jarre. Ats-sur m (Kx press) ror iietn.enem. Eaaton. eta reaching Kaaton at 6-45 P. U. At 5 15 r. it., tor uetnienem, Aiientown. Mauol Chunk. for Doviestown at 835 A. M., 1 30 and 4-15 F. M. rot Fort Washington at 10 A M. and 11 P. it. Kor Lunsdu'e atti lft P. U. wlilie cars ot the Second and Third Streets Line cm Passenger Cars run direct to the depot. iiui.va sdk ruii.Aur.i.r ni a. Leave Bethlehem at 6 25 A. M. and 12 25 Noon, ant UI5PM. . Leave Doy estown t 6 tu a. m., 1-15 and 5 30 P. M. Leave Lumdale at 6-00 A. 51 Leave Fort Washington ai 10 a A. M , and 215 P. M ON SUNDAYS. Philadelphia for Retn encm at 11 a M. Philadelphia lor Doyiestown at 2 30 P. M, Doylestown for Phi adelphla at 7 20 A. M. Bethlehem lor Philadelphia at 4 -SO P. M. ihrouitb tickets must ba piocuiedaf.be ticket oOlcis. 1 ti 1 kd street, or tfEiiEH street. 521 S.I.L1H ULAKK.. Agent. A7 KST JERSKY RAILROAD LINKS, FROM V V loot ol M A RKFT Street (Uppor Ferry), 1 on.mcncing inn mu.ti, ,iav ji ihw, LEAVE PUILADEi PHI A AS FOLLOWS : 8 a.M Mall, lor Bildgeton. Salem, and all Interme diate stations OA. M. Mall for Cape Mav. stonolnr at Woodbury. Glassboro'. Vlneland. and Mtllville, and all stations beow ill Iville. Due 12-35 M. 3 1. M. jicconiinodation. for cane May, stooolna at Woodbury and Glnssboro, and all stations below Gliu boro. Due 85P. M. 3 au r. ai. FnsHenger. tor Biiueeton, stem, ana ail Intermediate stations. b P. Al.. Wootlbnry .sccommonanon. RETURNING TRAIN'S Leave Cape Mat 6 30 ana 11 A. M. " Bridgeton 7 A.M. and S-50 P. M. " ba em 8-45 A. M. and 3 35 P. M. Freight will be received at Second Covered Wbarl below WALNUT Street, irom 7 AM. until 5 P. M. 1 bat received atorbetore A.M. will go tnrougn the snme day . . . ... . . Frelubt Delivery, no.zzb b. iitLAwann Arentie. 5 31 J. VAN RENSBALAER, Superintendent. T Or PHILADKLI'UIA ANU Kit' K HAIL iOUU ROAD. This great line traverses the North ern and Northwest louutiea 01 renusyivania to ine 1 ity 01 1 rfe on Luke Erie It has beta leased and If oreraieu ny ine renuv vaum nwuuiu Lumpiiuv. 11MEOK P ASbNwERT RAINS A I PHILADELPHIA Arrive tastv, arn arie aiau irain, 1 a. ju.: trie r.x press Train, 1 P.M. Leave v esiwaru crio mnu, r. ax s cnn cypress Train 12 M. AV . Mm passenger cars run iutuuku uu u r.rin man anu i.x nress trains both ways between l'hllude phis and Erie Pt NEW YORK CoNNECllvJN. Leave New York at y A M.. arrive at ere vsu . m Leave 1 rie at 4 45 P. M . anlve at New York 4 IU P. M Elei ant Sleeping Cars on a 1 the ulgbt trains. For information respecilug passenger bu.iuesa, applj at corner TlliRi IE ill and MARK IT S1 reels Plila. And lot Ireiuht busiuera, of tlie Company's AgenU, S. B Kingston. Jr., comer 'llilreonth and Market streots Pbiludelpbia; J. w. iteynoUU, i.rle; William Biowu A sent N. C Jv rt., nuiiiuiore. II. r. BOCn'IO.n. Genoral Freight Agent. Phl'a H. W. GW1NNKB General I leket Agent, PhUa. A.L. TYLER General Sup't, Vi Uliauisiiort. TRNEVl'ORK-TIIE CAMDEN AND JJ Ambov and rhiiadelpbla and Trenton Hal, road omouiys Lines. t RM PHILADELPHIA TO NEW YORK ard Way Places, from Walnut Street Wbatf, will leave as follows, vizi . , . M fare At 5 A.M., via Camden and Amboy, Accotnn od- uon , 82'25 At8 A M.. via Camden and Jersey City Express..., 3 (XI At 2 P. M., via Camden and Amboy Express 8 WI At 6 P. M , via Camdeu and mbov Accommodation 2'25 At 8 P. . via Camdeu aad Amboy Accommoiia. tion, 2d class M At 8 A. M.. 2 and 5 P M . for Mount Holly, Ewana- vhle Pembertou, and Vinceutown. At 5 A. M. and i P. M lor Freehold. . v,.u At5 and 10 A.M., 12 M , 4, , 8 and 1 11-30. P M. for FWi house, Pelrnyra, Riverton Progress. Delanco LESi'SlNOTOJ DEPOT WILL LEAV-. At 11 A M. 4-30 6-45 P- M- " ' P. M. (Night) via Kensington and Jersey City xpmss Line. far. Mlgl 1h. 6-45 1. J4. Hue will lun dally. All others bundays At rToaud U A. M I 330 4 80, 5, nd 4J P, M and k . ,t,i i.,i, tor Bristol. Trenton, etc. At 7 J ,4 0 16 A. M. 12 M.. 4.6 and ( P. M.. for Corn V. Pa Torrisdal. Holmesburg, Tacony . Wlaaluoralng, Bdiburg arid Franklord, and at 10 15 A. M lor Br Istol Solienck's, Eddlngtou. and P. M lor Holmes, buraand Intermedia eatations. At 7-30 A. M. and I SO 11. lor Niagara rui,uu, i anaiioaiLua. mmira. iwiwi,"www, ,w ' Tinui,.mnnn numiii STTiiiDaa ureat nena. Sloutrose Wilkesbarre Scrauton Stipudsburg Water Gao. Belvldere, Easton, 1 ambertvllle. a-lemlruiton. to 1 b 8-30 P. M. Lin. connect direct with the train leaving- Easton lor Mauch Chunk, AUentown, Bethle . a tVv M?fnr Lambertvlll. and rnteroiiedlabB etationa. Jen.1, IK WILLIAM 11 GATZtaEit, Anut. RAILROAD LINES. PHILADELPHIA, WILMINGTON. AND BA TIMOR RAILROAD. , TIME TAflLF. CoDimmelng MONDAY April 1 Tralna wltl J.,'T 1'etM.t coiner of BROAD BtMt andWAftlllNU 1' N Avenue, as lollowsi Express Train at 4 15 A. M. (Mondays .xcantad), f Baltimore and Washington stopnlng at Cheater. WI nilrgftn. Newark. Elkt,,n Notihiaat, Pen-Tvllle.Havf. de (.race. Aberdeen, Pen? man's. Magnolia, Chase's Stemmer-s Run. Wav Mali Train at 8 15 A M. (Cnndavs excepted), fof Baltimoie, stopping at all regular stations between Pht l;.tlelphia and llaltinior'. Delaware Railroad Train at t A. V. (Anndava ex repted . for Princess Anne. llford, and Intemodlat. s'ntior s. Express Train at 11-45 A.M. O.ndayt exoepted), lof Ban Imoie and Washiuplon. Express Train at .1 p M (Snndaya excepted) tor Bal timore and Washington a'oppmg at t heater, C lav mnnt, wvmlrgton, Ncwara. Mkton, Northeast. Perryvlll., Bavi. de Grace. Aberdeen. Perrvman's.Edaewooi Mag. nolia. t have a and Memuier a Run . . ight xpnasat ll p M. for Baltimore and Wash tngton. f sfenpersbvBoat from Ba'tlmnre lorFor'reas Mon roe Noric lk. City Point, and Richmond. Will Uko th. 11 45 A M -rain. V1LMINGTON ACCOMMODATION TRAIV1. Stopping at ail (stations between r blladolphla and Wil mington. j.cate i nuane pnia at v. 11 is A. M., 4 30. 6. snd 1130 f. M. The 4'.1U P. M. tisln ennneeta with Delaware) ailroad or Harrington and Iniermedintn stations. I eave Yi Umlugtou at 6 45. 8 . and IT 40 A. M., 4 and 4 30 Trains for Newcastle leave PhlladelDhl. at A a vr 4 iO ana 8 P.M. - . IHKUIG11 1KAINH FROM BALTIMORE Leave V Ilmlngtnn at 11 A M , 4 30 and 10 1. u. CHKMKR FOK PHlf.ADr LPHI A. Leave l hes-cr at 7 40. ma. to u and 11 in a- M i u 6, lt ,7 .f end 10 38 p. M. Et.OM BALIl.MOUKTO FH I LA DEL rat A. T rave Baltimore 7 5 A M.. Wav-malL ft-iD A. AT. Express. 1 10 P. M.. Express. 8 0.5 P. M., Express. 8 2) at, upresa ' 1 RAINS FOR BALTIMORE l eave Cheaierat 4 4ft and 8 52 A. 51., and I 38 P. M. I rave V tlmlngton at 5 23 ano B 33 A. M. and 415 P. V. Freiuht Trains with Passeniter ars attaened will leave as follow s : Wilmington tor I'errvvl'te and intermediate statlona at 8f5P. M. Baltimore for Havre -de-Grace and 111 tinned late atatlons at 44Af.M. Fnrryvlll. ror wll m'rvton and Interniediatn atatlons nt S CO A. w . con necting at Wilmington with 8A.M. train forPhlladel-P"1- Dt pi;ai iamn. Express Train at 4-l A. m. tor Baltimore and Wash Ington. a'oppmg at 1 heater, Wllminvton, Newark. K.Ik ton, Nor liea-t Perryvili. Havre-de-Grace, Aberdeen, I'tri'tnin . aiagno ta, i.nase s anu Mem mer s kuu. Ni:nt txrress.11 r M tor Baltimore ana wsaiungton. t ccon modatlon 1 rsln at 11 30 P. 51. for Wtinihmton nd Intermediate stations. BALI1MOKE FOB riULAUt Lrtll A. Leave Paltimore a 8-25 P. M.. stopping at Havre-de "t. Pen vvllle. and Wilniinalon. Also sions at Elk- tod and N ew ark (to take pasrebgera for Phi adolpnlaand leave passengers from Washington or Baltimore) and I Lester to leave passengers Horn Baltimore or Wash ington. . , Accommodation Train- trom wi mingtnn tor Philadol , phla and Intctmeulate statlQns at 6 "0 P. M. t , . . , , w vw, v v a . J, A PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL RAILROAD.' SUMMER A SRaNGEME.NT. The Trains 01 me renns) ivania central tutiroaa leave tie liepot, at Ibtny-Orst and Market atreota, which la reached bv the cars 01 the Market Street Pus- sen ver Baiiway, running to ana trom the Depot. The lust car leaves rioni street aoout ou minutes prior to the departure ot each Train. On Sundays Cars leave Eleventh and Market streets 4 minutes before the departure of each Tralna Mann's Baggage t xpress will cat for and deliver HattHge at the Depot. Orders lef. at the Office, No. Kil thesnut street, w ill receive attention. TKAim LIA.VB UEFOT, VII. I Mall Train at 8-00 A. M. Day Express at 10-00 " Paoll Accommodation. No. I at 11 IS) Fast Line nd Erie Express at 12 00 tf. B airteburg Actommouatlon at 2 30 P. at Lancaster Accon, modatlon at 4-00 ' Paoll accommodation No. 2 at 5 00 lTltbnrgh am' Erie Mai at 9 00 H Taoli Accommodation, No. 3 at 10 00 " Pblladeipha 1- xpresat at 1110 " TRAINS ABB1VK AT DEPOT, VII.!- Cfnclnnatt Express; at 12-40 A. M Philadelphia Expresst at 110 I'aoll Accoiiiuiodation, No. 1 at 8 2H t olunibia Truln ar 9 00 " Laucuster train at 12 40 P. If. Fast Line at 110 Paoll Accommodation, No. 2 at 4 l'i " Day Express at 5-50 Paoli Accommodation, No. 3 at 730 ' Harrlsburg Accommodation at 850 " ial'y, excent Saturdav. f Dallv. t Ual'v, except Monday. All other trains dally, except Sunday. Running through trout Philadelphia to Pittsburgh and Erie without change, ot cars. Sundat Accomuiodutioi Ttains for Paoll and lnterme diule stations leave fhllatie.pbla at 9-00 A. M. ana 7 00 P. M., returning leave Paoll at 0 50 . at and 4-50 P. H. TICKET OFFICE Is loca'ed at No. S?1 Chesnut street where Tickets to all important points mav be procured aud tall Informa tion given by JOHN C ALLEN. Ticket Agent Alroatlhlriy-llrst and Market streets, on applica tion to TU0MA8 U. PARKE, Ticket Agent at the Depot. An Emigrant Train rnne dailv (except Sunday). For full particulars as to la re and accommodations, apply to FRANCIS FUNK, Kit. 137 1IIH-K Rtroat. The Pennsylvania Railroad Companv will not assume any risk for Baggage except lor Wearing Apparel, and liu.lt their responsibl.lty to One Hundred Dollars in value. All Haugago exceeding that amount in value w IU be at tho rick of the owner, un.ess taken by special contract 3 hj HILADELPHlA, GERMANTOWN, ANB NORRISIOWN RAILROAD. On and a'ter W F.DN E8D A Y, May 16, 1866, rOR GERMAN ! OWN Leave Philadelphia 6, 1. 8,0, 10. 11, 12 A. M.,1, 2, 1-10. SH.4,5, 5X.8. 7, 8 0, 10, 11,12 P. M Leave Germantown 6.7.7M, 8 , 8 20, 0,10, 11, 12 A. If. 1,2 3, 4.4W.6 654. 7, 8,0, 10, ll P. M. 1 he 8 20 down train, und 3H and tH up trains will no-! atop on the Germantown Branch. ON SUN Da Y8. Leave Philadelphia 910 A. M., 2. 1 ft, 8. 1094 P. al. Leave GeimantownB A. M.. 1. 4, 6H OK P. M. CliESNUT HILL RAILROAD. Leave Phlladelnhia 8. 8. 10. VI a- M.. 2. IK 5h. 7. and 11 P. M ' Leave Cbetnnt Hill riu minutes, 8. 940, 11-40 A. M . 1-40. 3 40, 5 40, 6-40, 8 40, and 10-40 minutes P. M. UN O U DA I S. Leave Philadelphia 910 minutes A. M., 3, 5. and 8 P. M. Leave Chei-nat Hill 7-40 minutes A. At.. 12 40. 8 40. and 9 25 minu'es P. M nst unMieauiaiiS au BurtmsTOWN. LeavePhilailelohiaO 8-35 mlnu es.. 1105 A.M.. 1st. S. 4H 6H', 8X, 8 05 minutes, and 11H P. M. I eave Nornstown bm.-l 7 50. 9. 11 A.. .. IX. 4. Is. I be b4 1. ai. nain w in biuu i ocnooi Lane, wissa hlckon, Manayuuk, spritgm,and conahobocken only Leave Phi adelphla 9 A. M.. 2)4.4 'and7 P. M. Leave Norriatownl A. M , l,SH, and F. M. FORMANAYUNK. Leave Philadelphia 6. 8 35 mluutea, 1106 A. M., Ill, 1, !) 6)4, 6, 815, and 11)4 P. M. Leave M anay unk 6k, 7X. 8 20. OH, 11)., A. M., 3, 5 X QU V u 'ON SUNDAYS. Leave Philadelphia 9 A. M., 2H.4, andIM P.M. Leave Manayunk 7H A. M , lt, 8 ana 9)4 P. M. W. b. WILvON. General Suietlntnaei t, Depot NINTH and GREEN Street T7HEIGHT LINES-FOR NEW YORK AND Jj lal the stations on the CAMDEN and AMBOY and connecting Ral,roads. INChKAMED DESPATCH. THr, CAMDEN aND A M BOY RAILHOAD AN7 IRANSPORiAllON COMPANY TkEIGHT U.NEil lot New lorkwlll leave WALNUT dtreet Wha.f at 6 o'clock P M. daily 1 Sundaya excepted). Freit'ht must be delivered before 4X o'clock, to befor w aided the sume day. Betumlug, the aliove lines will leave New York at 12 noon, and 4 and 8 P. M Freight, lor Tien on. Princeton. Kingston, New Bruns wiek, anu a 1 points ou the 1 auuten aim Amuoy Kail road 1 alao, on tbe Be V iler.. Delaware and Fleming ton, the New Jersev the Fieehold and Jamesbum and the Burlington aud Mount Holly Railroads, received, and torwarileo up to I P. M. Ihe Belvidere lie aware liellroad connects at Phillips- burg with the Lehltb Val ey Ruiitoad, and at Manun kacTiunk with ad points oa the Da'aware, Lackawanna, aud Western Ral roid, forwarding to Syracuse, Buflaio, and other uolnu lu Western New York lite New Jersey hallroad connects at Elizabeth wltlt tbe New Jersey Central Railroad, and at Newark with the Mortis and Essex Builroad. A slip memorandum, peoliving th. marks and num bers, hlppi rs, and consignees, uiusu In every inatanoe, be sent with each load 01 goods, or no receipt will be 8'n6,1. Increased facilities have been made for the transt ortation ot live stock. Drovers are Invitod to try the route. Whensiock la lurnisbed in quantities ot two . ... ...... . .... carloads or more, it win oe aenverea at tue toot or For tieth street sear tbe Drove Yard, or at Pier Ho. 1, North River, as the shippers may designate at the time "'vvr'tenlis. or other Information, apply to rur term. WAI KK f jkj, AN, Freight Agent, No. 226 8. DELAWARE Avenue, i bliadoJubia RANGE AND ALEXANDRIA RAILROAD.! onai.d atter MONDAY, February 12. two dally trains will run beteen Washington and L nchburjjf, connecting at Gordonvt le with Vlrvinla Central Rail road trains to and Irom Richmond aatoilu! MAIL TRAIN. A Iiave Washington dally (bandar excpttl). At ('45 A.M , and anlve at Lynchburg at iP-. Leave 1 ynchhurg at 7 A. M. and arrive at Washing ton at 526 P.M. lxrBFWTBAIjr. Lee-re Washington uativ (including SnndAy) at 1 05 P M and arrive at l.ynchouig at rt A M Leave Lynchburg at 6 30 1. M nd arrive at Wasblnffl TothValns making connections at -Lvnohburg foi all points South and -iouihweat, and at Wasblugioii 'or Nor h and Northwest. . '...v FIrst-olass sleeoiii oars attached to the night train. 5be road Ma attractive, nol ou t lor Its oom or abl actotnmodation" but lor the ftct ihat It pasaea the now hhtomloTa im ot Fairfax. Bull Run. fianasa.., Brta toa , Cat'ett'a. Rappahannock. Cnlpepor. Orang. sod Gor'doSsvl'le plate ol iinperlshabl. inteteat I th D-f1hiouirn,'tdioke'i to all pointa South and Sourtwert lbrounii H J York pbllad obla, ana Baltimore, nd at th. Alexandria. ,its ot tb. road in Wa-lnnuta W. H. Mim AFFEMTV. beneia) Dupe faiuudea .