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THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPIL PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 18GG.
PLACING A DAUGHTER AT SCHOOL. "I lmve brouuM my dauehter to you to be taught evcrj thing." Dour madam, I've called for the puipou," Of )lacina ray dauahter at school, She'a only thirteen, I assure you, j And reinaikuhly easy to rule. I'd hiive her learu paiitiiitr und music, (Jyninastica and dancing, pray do; rhilopophy, grammar, and loaric, You'll teach hir to read, of course, no. 1 wish jir-r to learn every study, Mathematics are down in my plan; But of figure she senree has an lnklinir, Pray instruct her In those It you can. . JM have her taueht Spanipti and Latin, " Including the language of France; SJever mind her very bad Encrlipta, Teacli lier that when you have a good chance. On the harp she must be a proficient, And play the guitar pretly soon, And finsr the last opeia music. Evpd thoueh she cant turn a right tune. You mii't see that her mnnners are finished, That sh moves with a Hebe-like grace; Tor thoueh she Is lame and one-sided, That's nothing to do with the case. How to you I resign this young jewel, And my words I would have you obey; In six months you return her, dear madam, Skiniini bright as an unclouded day. She's bo aptness, I grant you, for learning, And tier memory oft seems to halt; J3ut remember It she's not accomplished, It will certainly all be jour fault. THE FASHIONS. A oi tl'Ktnt In Silk FaBrlca Plnlu Sllktt Voted Out Cut of the New Mate rials Tle Patterns to be Woven at Lyoua Tasteful Trimmings Hints About Skirts and How to Cut Them Wluter Cloths uud Paletots Toilets for a Rothschild, Ktc. I Pabis, November i.hi consequence of the great and wide-spi end distress lelt among the Lyons silk weavers, it has been proposed in )iigh quarters that, In order to provide hun dreds of unemployed workmen with labor, we are not to be admitted into any fashionable assembly in plain silk robes. Tae richest bro cade flu u red silt damask, and brocatcllcs aro to "be adopted at court. These rich silk fabrics do not curry us more than twenty years back, but the cul of thc-e materials ib lo follow the styles favored under the Resto ration und in the beginning of this cen lury, when our grandmothers had to learn to be graceful in very narrow skirts. That they were so we may not doubt, on closing the "Me moir? oi the Duchess d'Abrautes," in which, from her de.-enption of some of ths beautiss under the First Kmpire, some hope can be derived wherewith to enliven the present state of all'airs. IJrocade is very heavy. I therefore suggest that your leaders hhould enter into the spirit of the conclave formed by women of taste in Paris, and content tben. selves this wluter with figured ilk in preference to dam as k. I Bouquets of flowers on appropriate grounds will always be more tasteful aud womanly than l laige spreading patterns. Should any pretty Tjbilauthropist consider it a auty to order in stifl silk cloth, let her cover her solas anew or use it lor window haugines, wbicn. expenditure will ouiet her coiiscieuce, effectually relieve her purse, and do tae Lyons weavers a world of eoort. ' 1 have seen some of the new patterns which. , are to be manufactured on figured silks. The ' lollowiuii are perfectly artistic: Trails of colored ersantheruums, on ligbt urn ground, wnue and vioiet periwinkles on light emerald green, suowclrops on porcelain blue, clusters of lilac on very dark creen, uud jnany others. The lily of the valley pattern, on a long spear leaf, is lovely with mauve. There are also showers of miniature sprays all over bluck corded silk, and black being so fashionable, I think both economy and stvlo cau be combined in one of the latter. It may be as well to remind your readers here that artists such as (ieiicuult, Cambrun, and Thierry were silk designers at Lyons before they Decame illustrious painters. The piece of sultaha that was manufactured for the Empress last summer (pansies on white ground), aud of which u second piece was then ordered lor next year's exhibition, is to be copied on rich white grosmain for winter toilettes at court. Nothing can be more tastjfui than the figured ribbons which are to be used for trim mings, etc. I particularly recommend the held flower pattern for neckties and the rich cactus on wide Tallien sashes. I hear of ladies at the Tuileries who, in, tits of unbounded benevolence not extravaeance). are bent on appearing next season at all the court festivities in immeasura ble lengths of the newest Lyons material. I hope your readers will "be advised to prefer a sober display of ribbons, though, they can be cf the richest, and it would be well if there could be some degree of unity in every lady's choice. The flower adopted should also be in harmony with the wearer's turn of mind, thus converting her into an animated violet, migno nette, or heliotrope. The perfume on her laces should even be that of her favorite flower, and the bead-dress of course in keeping wtth the reVt. This may be Ihought ideal, und called poetry. If it is to, all is well. We were so very prosaic in jockey attire that the change will perhaps be acceptable. While walking down the Boulevards a few days ago, I observed that our gored tilting skirts over colored plisse pctticouts are either m-scoful or verv much the contrary. There are ladies in Paris who will adopt every new fashion without any consideration as to nee or proportion. A stout lady, with u foot that may not be compared to anything aerial, should really not have her skirts so deeply indented, so painfully Mat as her elegant daughter, who trips onby her side, with all the deyaye grace f eighteen summer. Every breadth should be cut aslnnt, even were the stuff but half a yard wide. The width round the bottom of an entirely flat Bkirt should only be ton centimetres wider than the top cir cumference. Ladies who are no longer quite young should wear their 6kirts flat in ttie front and on the sides, but allow two deep pUits to be made at the back, and one or two little ones tinder each arm. In this case the bottom of a gored skirt should be fifty centimetres wider than the top. The usual width of gored dresses ( not Jourreaux) is six metres and a half. The new winter tutted cloths have come out 5n all shades, though black is preferred for the prevuiling paletot-sac. The Polar bear's fleece will be much used for morning wear, but the plush I described a few weeks ago will be the richer material for full dress. It is often ribbed with velvet in the newest shades, which are called golden rain.loupfurine, cuir, and peach glow. Circulars of any of these produce a most sumptuous effect. The three different fawn tints now so fashion able have received somewhat singular denomi nation?, thus: The lightest fawn recalled 'Uis mark in a Bad Humor:' the second, a degree darker, 'Blflmark VeTy Cross;" and the darkest shade of all. "Bl-marlr Very Bad." After this it -would be as well to elve up fawns, as there are so many other statesmen who never show tan trums. I mav as well sav that the newest fash ionable witticism wnien "court ms salons1' is je me le aemanae." it win never oe so popular as 'Lambert." but it means aoout as much. ' A lew splendid toilets have left Paris for Tprriores. which is the private pronertv of the Baron J. de Rothschild. Three days of un equalled pageantry are to oe neia in ma princely tfitiatpnll. The Venetian style of all the most eleeant j-osaea was remarkable slashed satin, Genoa velvets, Maltese lace, inedioeval jerkins, and tther very tight or very wide Jewess sleeves. .if Hres I w 11 describe from among a ioM number of short tarlatans, which are to be worn only by darn ers, and fearfully long i train robes, covered with rucne, emDroiaery, 4.. iia ti.ftii chenille, and marabout. The tfobe I admired the most was made of ,.o..fiifirpd noult de sole, but of the very lightest shade, almost creum color. It was cut low Tirlccesi form, and scolloped round the Bhoulders. the sleeves were mere bretellea, the front on! overlapping a scollop on the back. The front width was trimmed with embroidered vine and leaves, In all the autumn tint, here and there a rich purple or green berry peeped sometimes from under a light green leaf, or lay over a cluster of darker ones. The trult and leaves were worked with colored floss siiks. The same pattern was continued behind round the train. The head-dress to this was composed of frosted vine leaves, and the earrings were enamellel grapes. A lare under-chemisctte wis the most useful part of the bodv. The mopt approved style of hair dressing is "a marteaux," which means rolls of curls pinned up at the ends and placed on tapering rows with gold cord or vel vet rouleaux between. There is nothing new in "toilettes do ville," since my last; browns aud blues continue to meet with universal favor, and when I am men tioning these serious shades, I cannot refrain from saying that I know some who steeped in botn the "browns" ana "tne pities." Au Aged Lady Murdered by Three Negroes. trom the Ifashville (Ttnn.) Dispatch. A shocking-outrago was perpetrated at Howl in? tiruon recently in the murder by three nee roe of an old lady named Mrs. Sill. On the preceding Saturday sho visited a lawyer 's ollics luthat town, and while there, mentioned to the lawyer, In the hearing of three negroes (one named Le vis), that she had SMiG in money at home, about a mile from town. On Monday niornin? tho widow's eon, a littlo follow, went into the field, and a iter a little, tho weather being cold, was coir. polled to return f jr his (hoes. On en' urine tho house ho was horror-struck at finding? hi. mother lylnir upon tho Hour doad, ui.d coveroa with her own blood. Her head had been split open, and her hodr frightfully gashod in various parts bv an o xo. By his on i cries h soon aroused the neighbors, and iinmediato search was made lor the authors of the terrible crime. I lie ground being soit and yielding from rain, human tracks weie soon discovered. It was noticed that one track was made by a shoe run down at tin; sido and having three heavy uuils and a break across the noddle of the shoo. These peculiarities soon led to the detection of at least one of tho perpetratots of the awiul murdor. The starfliug news sped to Bowling Green on light ning wings, and when it reached the ears of the lawyer whom Itie murdered lady had visited on Sat urday, ho gave information of the pretence ol t lie three negro men. They were at once apprehended, and upon the negro Lewis was tound a shoe corres ponding precisely with the tracks leading from the poor victim's house. The wretches aro now iu jail at Bowling Green. Cripples bv Poverty Although in England only about 31)00 cripples are born as such iu the venr.so ninny intauts become so disabled throush neglect and penury, that it is estimated that the flouting population of cripples in Enirland is IO(),U00, of whom 30,000 at least are girls. LUMBER. 1 Q.CKi -SULKCT WHITE PINE BOARDS JLOUO. AND FLANK.. 4-4, 5-4 6-4, 2, iiX. S anil 4 inch. CHOICE FAN EL AM Ht COMMON, IS feet long. 4-4, 5-4, 6-4. 2. 2X. a.nd 4 Inch. WHITE FIN F, FA N EL PaTTKHN PLANK. I.AIGE AND SUPERIOR STOuK. OS ilAM. idi-!-BUII'l,IN"1 buildTnoi LU4-BKBI lA'MBERI LT7MREEI 4- 4 CAKoLllsA ILOultlMO. 5- 4 CAhOLLNA FLOORING. 4- 4 D LAWA KE FLOOltLNG. 5- 4 KKLAWAKiS t'LOOKING. WUtTbi I'lkK FLOOKLNG. AMH FLOOKIMO. WALNUT FLOORING. BPKUUE FIUOL1NG. KTEP KOAKDtS. RAIL FLANK. PMhTKBING LATU. 1866. -CEDAK AND CYPRESS SblNULliK LONG cEDAB 8B1NGLF.9. HliOKT CEOAK HWINGLKB. COOPKK fHINULES. FINE ASSORTMENT KOU SALE LOW. Vo. I CKDaK LOOK AND POHXH. No. 1 CEDAR LOGS AND I'OHrt). 1866. LUMBKR FOB UNDERTAKERS! LUWUfcH FOR UNDERIAKERSII HI I' UtllAK, WiJ.N UT, AJNO flMS, RED CEO A H WALNUT, AND PINK. 1 Odd ALHAJM i LiUMdEKUp ALL KINDS J-OOO. ALBANY LUMBER OF ALL KINDS SEASONED WALNUT. SEASONED WALNUT. DttT VOPLAJt. CHFKBV, AND A8BU OAK i'LANK AND BOARDS. MAHOGANY ROSEWOOD AND WALNUT VENEERS. HOl'tt CIUAR-bOX MANUFACTURERS. lOOD. CIGAR-BOX MANUFACTURERS. SPANISH CKDAB BOX ttOARDS. ( 1866." -SPRUCE JOIST I (SPRUCE JOIST! bPKUCE JOISI 1 Hl'RUGE iOIST. FROM 14 XO 82 FEET LONG. FROM 14 TO 32 FEET LONG. SUPERIOR NORWAY SCAN TL15G. MAULE, Bi.uilir.h CO , 5 i'l 6mrr ho. 2W)0 BOLTH STJtEET. rT"' W. SMALTZ'S LUMBER YARD, N. E. COR. X FIF'l EEN'I H and oXILES Stieets, OKiEKS FOR SALE, CHEAP FOR CASH. Panel 1st com., 2d com., 3d com., 4-4 5-4, H,S4 W hlto Pine, staHoned. First audMCond quality Y'ellow (4 4, 5-4) aud White Pine (4-4) F.oorlny Boards. First aud second quality one and tvro-stdes Fence Lomds. thelvtsg Boards, Bnas, A oh, Planks and Boards, White Pine Sills all xizes; Step Boards, 4 4 5-4 Hemlock Joist and ccannuiB, from U to 28 teet long, all widths. Spruce Joists. Sills, and Scantling, from 12 to 28 feet, long all wiotuH Plastering l ath (Fngllub and Calais) Pickets. Shingles, CbeHUUt PoU. etc. Malioany, W a nut Plant and Boards. A it kinds oi Buiidliix Lumber cut and furnished at tU shortet notice, at the lowest price. 10 25 lm J. C. P E B K I N 8, UJMUEU MERCHANT- fiucoetcor to U. Cluki Jr. i Kc. 324 CHKiaTIAI? STBEJtT. :onf tantJy or. baud ft laruo and varied ascortmea of HuUd in r Lumber. 5 24 BOARDING. JO. 1121 CIRAUD STIIEET Js now open for the accommodation of FIRST-CLASS BOA11DKKS. Apply early) 8 25 DENTISTRY. THE UtlVlSUMMKH X HAVING iifVr? ((ranted tne letters-patent lor my mode ol administering riiiroui uaiua v.n, uj mnuu m. uii extracted uany thousands ol Teeth without pain, 1 aui Justliltdln assertlLv that it la hoih aler andiuperiorto auy ouier uuvr ui wxy. DR. O. L. MUNN8 No. 131 SPLLCE Street 6 216m HARD RUBBER ARTIFICIAL LIMBS, Anus, Legs, Appliances lor , ieioruiliy. etc. eic. luese uimoiarei transferred troin llii! m lorm auaniii are the llgh test, most durable comfort-1 ab.e. nerlecL. and artm.io .ubstltutest yet Invented They are approved and adopted hy the United States Govern ment and our nrlnclnal Sumeona. 1'atented August lssa; Alay Wt May l, lata. Aadresn Ko. 639 ARCH Street. Philadelphia. Pamphlet free. f2TthD WILLIAM b. u u A a i COMMlf-HlOH ilEKCIIANl, fco c -. r AU7AUH A ......... Vl,l..it.ll.l. MO. QO C i '1,110 II 4ah n.vuuv, iumiwuIIUUL AOKNTIOB Pnpont'a Onnpowfler.Keflued Nltr, Charcoal, Eta, W. Baker & Co ' Chocolate. Coco, and Broina, Crocker Bros. & Co.'a Tellow laetal BheaUmi, lloltg nd Nulls - l A LEXANDER 0 C ATT ELL & CO. PE0DPCB COMMI8BIOS EKCHAaX, Ko. 2 SOUTH WHABYB3, ' AMD NO. K KORTH WATKB BIBEET, ' PblLADELPHiA. S 31 AMIAWDHB . CATTKIX; '' ""TTBUh. Q0TT0N AND FLAX BAIL DOCKAJTD CANTAB, Tent. Awning, Trunk and Wamm-Ouf . uck. Aluo, ill ail uuiuuvin nuu ui.Buua i 18, paper MaBiilauturra' prler Felt, rrota on to seven lent ft iUejpauUus.Heluiig, BallTWina a, i ; iOm Wl KVtailtfAN ft Co., Ho 10 JOKES' AU7 SHIPPING. PTICAM TO LI VEKPOOL CALLING at Oucciislown The lmiian Line, naiilup hummc rarrMiia tne unitea Mates mai s tllY OF BOeiON'' Haiurday, November 24 ' IM NA" Wut-'.iicmlity, Noeinber jH 11V OF NAHIilNO ON"....aturdtty, lecoinber I Ml'lV OF nvilLIN" Wciluesrtat, December 5 "C ITY OF li.,L'l IMtiKf," Saturday. Oecpiiibor 8 and cai h nutci tiling fnturdiiy and tVeduvsUu;, at noon, irom 1 ler ISo 4A North nv. r. i KA1 FH 'K PSSAUK y tli n l steamer sailing every Hatunlar- I'liftt aliln Gold !Ki Blecrako urrtucy v 'lo London I5 lolitidnu 4 To l-ans , 10ft To l'arls... 5 faBH(ie hy H p w rdiiodi'v utenmers t First cabin I rid; Bteerago, 130. Payable in Inlwd Stales cur rency 1 KKFCTtgcrs a so forwarded to Havre, Hamburg, Bre n en. etc , ai moiicratc rates. Men-age u8Hht:e Uoui Liverpool or Qucenstown, 4n rmreney. 'i kK ifl can be LuUkiit here by peraons aend In" lor their triends For lurcher luioimatlon apply at the (,'omnnnv i oflcc- JOiiN G. DAI.F Adi-nt S 7 No. Ill YVALNLT Street, t'hiiada. T A II L I N 1: NEW ORLEANS. TO The New York Mall Steamship Company'itillne ocean Btcamois will leave l'lcr 40 NORTH RIVER, New lork, at 3 o'clock P. M., as lollows MORNING STAR On Saturday MC.'N'I F.REY On Wt dncsdav HAVANA On Saturday MISSOURI Ou Weduesduy All bliln of lading signed at tho tfflct upon the pier. J-or tietulit or pussa e apply to C. K. GABRISON. President. UAllltlMIN &. ALLKN, ID f 4p No. 8 HOWLING GREEN, New York. it L. LEAF, Agent. OlTlce Adams' Expreaw, No. S2U Chcsuut street. ATLA N T I C COAST LINES, MAIL STEAMSHIP BEMl-WEEKLY, FOB NORFOLK A D lilCUMOND, cabins 6 and 88 I h ARLLS'J ON, eabn M. econd c,a"S i:l ,-aVaN. Ai! cubiu 'ib. Secoudclass 13 Ever 8 Al UUD AY, star line or NEW ORLEANS Direct NFW ORLEANS First cabin. .bU 8c cond cabin.. 940. second class.. 82j First cabin., tl) Second cabin.. 411. Second cla4. . 28 With uusurp affid accommouatlons to cither ciass. Foi Height or patsauo, apply to ALLEN K. 'J IIOMAS dfc CO., 1019 4n Ko. 6 BOWLING GREEN. New York. fOli NEW YOKK. PH1LADEL- den h'a steam Propellet Company De- M,Miiii vluaule l.iiicb.via uuiuvttu-e auu iiuriuui v.anai. i ii Iiik oiii y at 12 M. Mid A p. M., cuuuectlug with ail Nortl im end Eastern linen. hor lic-uln, vvtilcU "In be talcnupon accommodating teims, Kiply to WILLIAM M. HA llii) CO., 8 16 No 1!2S. DELAWAKSAvenm ft,rs T HAP CAPTAINS AND OWNERS. Fii--.. '' ''" """if"" having leased the KEN u.iii.iOH Hi. It I- W l)Oi K, begs to infonn his liionas auu the pations oi the Dock that be Is prepared with ImreiifCO lacllitleH lo accouiiiioduie those having vcsicis to be laiseu or repnlre , und being a n.actitul HLi)-cr-pt mer and cau kcr will give puiHonal aiteutloa to the vessels en trusted to him lor repairs uplulns orAien;s ship-t'urpvntors and Machinists Having vessels to repair, a.e solicited to ca 1. Laving tae ugeucy ir-r the SHle ol " Wctterstedt's Patent Meta.ic t oniposlilon" lor Copper paint, tor the preservation ot vessels' bottoms, for this cl y, 1 am pre pared to luiuish the same on lavornble terms. JotlN H H AMM1TT, Kensington hcrew Dock. 1 1 DELAWARE Avenue above Laurel street. STOVES, RANGES, ETC. QU LVEtl'S N E W P A T E X T Deep Sand-Joint HOT-AIR F URNACE, liANGES OF AliL SIZKS. Also, Plillegnr'a New Kov Pressure Steam Heating Apparatus. I OR SALE BY CtlAlt'LKS WILLIAMS, 6 10 , . . Ho. 1183 Mtaa.Br Sitroot. TIIOMI'SON'S LONDON KITC1IKNKR, OU KDKoPEAN RANGE, lor Families, Hotels, or rubilo IiMtltutioiu, In 'I'WENiV. 1)1F ifKHks i' MZKrt. aUo. Plilladolnhia Rauues. lint-Air Furnaces, Portable Healers, Lowdown Graics, Fliccoard Moves, Hath Boileis, 8tewhole Plates, ltoiiers. ookit'K Moves , cto , wholesale and retail, ny the manufacturers HH AlteE A THO n.so.M, 1117 stiuh 6ui No. 20 N. SECOND Sticet. WHISKY, BRANDY, WINE, ETC. M. NATHANS A SONS, I M V O It T E It S 9 OF BR AK DIES, WINES, GUN3, Lie. Lto. flo. 19 Horth FS0NT Street, PHILADELPHIA. MOSKB K4THAKH, HOHACK A. NATHANR, OKI.ANDO U. K ATHAtS. 10 2 JhTKED. ealtz & CO., IMIOETESS OF WIN32S, GIH3, Etc SOLE AG2NTS F0K Riviere, Cardat &. Co. 'a COGNAC Mo. 116 WALNUT STHEKT, rniLADFiPin. Ci3 3ui I..IMlA.)SlllH-.i:i i -li'l.i.!. I-' 'J i i-I----i OLU SHIGLE KOOrt(FLAl. Oil S'ifct-P) UOV biiEU W11H JOlia n isauusn nuuimuuLuin, AtwlcHted with LIOPIO GHTTA PtllCH VAIMT. niiikltm them penectly water proof. LEAKY GltV;L ItOOFo reuaireo wun uuiia r erena rniuv oiiumnirauitu tor Ave jaars LKAK Y LAl K HOOFS c-atod with llciuid which beton.es as brd as slate. T1K.OOPPKB ZiN.;, or IKOf coated with Liquid Outta Percha at small ex pense. l;OBt rallKlDK iro one m innccuu yo; niiuarB toot. Old Board or Khlnale Hoots ten cents per square loot all complete Materials constantly on hand aud tor tale bv the PHILADELPHIA AN D PKN NSYLV A SIA liOOyiNG COMPANY. GKOP.GE HOBART, (JSE STARIN'S CCNDI1I0N POWDERS I ' FOB HOUSES AND CATTLE. It cures Worms, iiotts, ana uono. Itcuses Colds, Coughs, and Hide-Bound. It is the best alterative for Horses and Cattle now use, having reputation of 20 years' standing. It is a Bure preventive for the much dreaded Binder- P6?'" .. i...nn,.n .hnnlA ha wifhnnt It. ?or sa e In Philadelphia hy lVOTr A CO. No 233 North SttOM) Htieef, JOHNHON. HOLLOWAY 4 CO WHF.ii. o. i3 Nonh BIXTH Street, and by Drug guts bout tho country. Address U orders to ' BTARIN A FLOYD, Proprietors, 9 ft 6m No. 209 DUANF. Street. New York. THE ORIQ IN AL AO. VVi SIGN PAINTERS. C. F. WHITMAN & BR0., No. 13 RACK STREET. Vent, Quick, Cheap. Particular attention paid to Glldinjr on Glass. H81m c OBN EXCHANGE I BAG MASLFACTORT. JOEM T. BAILEY A CO., BKIiOVKD TO K. X, corner of MAKKKT ana WATER BtreeU Paliadalphla, ! DEALERS IN BAGS AND BAGGING I ol (Terr Oesmlptlon, tor Gialn, Flour, Bait, tiuptr Phophat ot Lima, Rons Hunt, Etc, Large and small GUNNY BAGS raustantly on hand, . .IMS1 Also, WOOL BACKS. oim T. Bails i Ja Cascapeji. MEDICAL. USE T 11 E a BRONCHOIDG" For Coughs, Colds, Hoaraoness, Catarrh, Chronic Bronchitis, Sore Throat and Lungs, Etc. Etc. ALLEN'S "DRONCHOIDS," Also inraluuble for Clearing and Mrentrthenluft the Voice. OiNLY 23 CENTS A BOX. None genuine without the written signature oi JOHN C. ALLEN, Jr., SOLE PROPRIETOR, SEVENTH and SOUTH Streets, Philadelphia. SOLD BT ALL Dlif GGI8TS. 11 11 tuthsUt F KENXII MEDICINES IN VOGUE CRIMAULT & CO. Chemists to' his Imperial Highness Prince A'apoteon, 47 Rue Richelieu Paris. NO MOISK CONSUMPTION O K1H A UL T'S S Hi VP ot llYl'Ol'UOiU'llA TE of LIME For all 1 Iscanes oi the Cheat this Medlclno Is In'-nlunule, It Is largely ued at the BKOMPTO.V HOS PITAL, In London, lor Cousumption. aud genera If spiuoved bv the Leading Aleuical Aien In Fngland and in t ranee. NO MOKE COD LIVER IL. GUWACLT'S SYUUP OF IODIZED UOllSE-RAlJISh This Kwop is emplovcd. with the Rteatest siieces.. In place ol on Liver Oil, to which It is inllnitelv Biipo-Ior. It i-ures dlscafen of the client, mirolula. Irtnphutlc d.sor Ucrs uret n sickness, muscular a ouv.und loss oluppe '.Ite. li teueiu rates the contliution by purliylng the f)lood, and is, In a word, tho most powerful depuratiTe known. It is a ministered with the tircatest ctllcacv to younn children, subject to humors or obstruction of the Glands. NO MORE TOVERTY OF TIIK T.LOOD AND PALE COMPLFX.ION. , DK. LF.RA n PUOwPllAiE OF IRON. This new lerruii.nous medtolne contains the elements oi he nlood and bones, and IKON in a liquid stjite. It In illllerent Irom all hitherto offered to the public, is liquid colorless, aud tasteless. It spocdliy cures CHLOROSIS, PAINS IN THE STOMACH, DIFFICULT DIGESTION. DYSMENORRHEA. ANEMIA. The majo ityol the pcademlenot Medicine ot Paris recommend the Phosphate of Iron to Ladies of" delicate constitution, sutlerjnir noin Anemia and all other per nms i at tilled ttom over anxiety, nen'ous emotions, over vtork, tieneral demlliy. anu poorness of blood. It Is the only preparation wbich never causos conHtl patlon, and can he borne by the most delicate stomachs. NERVOUS HE ADACHKS, NF.URXLOIA, INSTANT.V N EOF 8 1. Y Cl'HEl) 11Y GKIMAVLTM GUARAVA. A vegetable itiaziliun substance, entirely Innocuous. INTERNAL OR LOAL NEW Cl'K'IVK AGENT, MATIijO. GRIMACL1' & CO., PARIS. This new remedy is prepared from the leaves ot a Peruvian pepper shrub called MA11CO, and cures promptly and Intaliiblv, without any leiir of lniluiu niatory results. 'Ihe great mujo'lty of Flivniciaus in Paris, Rursla, Germany, and New York now use no other remedy. GENERAL DEPOSITORIES In Paris, at GKIMaCLT & CO.'o, Chemists, No 47 P.l'E KICHFLIEU. In ew York, at M. M FOUGERA A VANDER- EIFU'M, WILLIAM Mreet J n Philadelphia, at FttENCH, RICHARDS & CO.. and ut every good chemiBts. 8 '2 thtf Gt AD NEWS FOB THE I N FORTUNATE. BELL'S SPECIFIC REMEDIES a re warranted In all cases, for the Speedy and I ehm ctiku ol all diseases ariHiug Iroin excesses In youth Physical aud Nervous Debillt., etc. etc NO tBAGl!. OF DIET Is NECESSARY, 'l hey can oe used without detecllon, and never fall to cfleot a ur,ll used according to Instructions. riKLLc'8 SPKCIFTC PILLS, " Price On Dohar per Box, or Six Boxes for Five Dol lars; aiso, Lai)ie Boxes, containing Four Small, Price lLree Lioliurs. From four to six boxes are geucraily required to cure oniinar) cu.-es though beuent is derived irom using a single box in ( hro'.no Cases, wtere Nervous Prostration has aflccted the system, BELL'S TOXIC PILLS Ate tcconimeuilcdas the uiost Efficacious, Rejuvenntina aud luviiioruting Remedy iu the nond. a Package fiiceFive I)ollurs, nhl last a month, ana is genera.. y suiUciunt. In extreme caes of Debility, btulli'! iuXll-.nAAL KJItir.IJY, liiee'io lioliurs, butt.uleut torn month, cun be Use to t-oou uut uutage. Ufikes btiunuta to the system, and, wito. tho P1I1 will clicct a complete Lestoiatiou. rt t-aiiiphletoi leu pans, on ihe ERKOIt" OF YOUTH. dtFltneU us a Lecture und Cau Ion to ouag Meu, auui free, Ten tents reiuiiea to pay postage. It you cannot purchase Pell's specific Kemeoik; ot your Diungiut, lake no other, but aeud the money dhect to DIt. JAMt.S CRY AN, Coiisrltttip Physiciaii, No bl!) BROADWAY. New Yom And you will receive theui by returu ol mull post paid and liee irom observation. Fir saie by DYOIT CO., No. 232 N. SECONE Mreet. - BUS CAM A It I T A N tsAllAltlTAN'S S GIFT! GIFT 1 IEE HOST CXMAIN . REMEDY EVES H3SD "YES, A POSUIVE CU1CK" FOK ALL DISEASES AlUMNG FROM IN IS. JRK1KS. Contains no Mineral, no Balsam, no -Mercury, Omy 'Jen to bt Jaken lo Kffect a Cure. Ttu y atotntitcly vt jieiable, having uo smell nor any unp eiiKant taste, und wfl not in auy way Idjuio the ttuiuai'h or Low eis oi the mont delicate i uies iu irom two to lour du3 , aud recent cases "tscutv-iour houiK." t c nt by uiuil. Price, Male packages, $2. Fema e, SAMARITAN'S ROOT AND HERB JUICE , The Great Biood Purifier, and Remedy lor bcrofula, Oners, Sorts, spots, 'letters Scales Jloils, Ktc. For the above complaints the Samaritan's Boot and Ilerli JuKts, Is the iucut potent and eflectual remedy ever piescribcd. It reaches and eradicates every par tic e id the venereal pulton. W ill remove every vestige oi impurities nnui tne aystem.as well as all the bud eflecisoi meicury. Price, tl-25per botLe. HAMARi'i'AIS'S WASH In unfd In conjuuctien witn the Boot and Utrb Juices t ml dijectious. 1 rice, 25 cenis. I ke oiU .ickenlng and disgusting drug i have to give way to remeuien purely vegetable, pleasant to the taste, "boHl byDEM A BARNES 4 CO., No. 21 PARK ROW alOhMON &UCO.. I'roprietors. No. 918 RACE stree Phllmlenihla LL PERSONS WHO DO NOT ENJOY ihe bless ng of good health, can obtain relief by ...i.,.,,, ir vimiki.it. Murmnii niivHiclau. Dr Kmkeiin treau ail disea.es. prepaies and administers nia own medicines. 1 bey are pure, safe, and reliable He Invites all persons aulleiing nom disease to oall on h,m. t onBultation free during tho day. and oltloes Jpentlll 1) o'clock in the evening. N W. corner ol jHIKD and UNION BUeets, between Spruoe and Pin treenk i 8 14 8in XTEUBALOIA CURED BV A SINGLE APPLI IN cation of "UPBAM'b MAGNETIC Olt. Sold ti Dl'UAM H No. 2ft S. EIGHTH Street, and byt'. "rngglsts. 60 cents and 1 a bofle- U)2 mrp s LATE MANTELS! ELATE MANTEL8 are unsurpassed for Durability, Beauty. Btiength.anl Cheapness. ' SLATE MANTELS and Slate Work Generally, made to order. J. B. KIMES & CO., It , Hoi. 126 and 8188 CHKBKUT Street, JJENR.Y O. FOX, PRACTICAL Planibcr. Gns ana Stpain Fitter, S. W, COUS 111 TlliRTEEKTH ASD F1LBF.BT ST3. ' PHILADELPHIA. RAILROAD LIES. R E A I) I N (J RAILROAD (;i(K.AT 1 KtlNIC ItKR. l-POM PIlII.ADFI.PIllA TO THE INTEPrOR Or PENNSYLVANIA, IHE SC1IMI.PILL, NCSCjUE H ANNA, CliWBFItLAND AND WVOMINd VAL 1KS. THE NOUIU, NOltTUWEST, AND TUB aNADAS. 1NTER AERANGEMENTOFPARSEHGEn TRAINS, tic olier B, 1 v, I.iavlrgthe Company e ivpot, at THIKTKENTII and Cm.LoW HILL btraets, Pnhaaelpuia, at the foUowing l.OUISi MORNING ACCOMMODATION, At ?'.t0 A. M , tor Rearllng and uitermedlxte Stattona. Heinrnltig. leaves Reading at 6 W) P. M., arrlviag r hilaaeli'hla at 10 P. M . MORNING FPItr.8H, At 8-l.r A. M., I r kiaulng, Lebanon, Harrtshnrg, Potta ville, piin'Rjove, 'j'nmauua, Sunbury, Wllllamsport, 1 Imna, Xoiheat'-r. Niagwa Falls, BuUalO, Aliontown, Jrilkehharre, Pltuton, York, Carlisle, Chambersburg, liHuciMown.etc. eie. 1 hid train comircts at READING with Kast Pennsyl vania Railroad tralim f r Allntown,eto.,and the Lebanon alley train for bamshuig, etc., at POKT CUNT'ON v-ttb Catawleaa Phi roaa trsin (or Wllllamshiirg, Lock Ilaven, F.lnilra. etc.s at HAhRIHIttlRO with Northern Icmral Cumberland Valley, and Scbiivlkill and Sunquo- anna tralna Pir NorihumIeriand, Wlidamsport, York, cnambersburg, Plnenrovs. etc. T v AFIEKNOON EXPRESS Leavea Philadelphia at BMP. M., tr Reading Pntts v '"L.l. r.",,,,ur"'. '',0- eoi.neeilng wltn Keadiug and Columbia Railroad trains tor Columbia, etc.. BEADING ACCOMMODATION Leaves Rraotng at OMti A. M., slopping at all way sta tu. arrlvlig at Philadelphia at 40 A M. Iteiurnlng, leaves Phllaaelphia at 4H0 P.M.ianlves In Reading at 7 Hf P. M. Trains lor Philadelphia leave Harrlnhnnr at 810 A. M., f "2 '!,'ivl"e M'4(' A- airivlnir in Philadelphia at 1 00 P. M. Apernoon trains leave Harridtmrg at -2-10 P. 4&P V Rt 8 45 1' W" ,rrlvin m Fhiladelphla at ' ' HAPRISP.l'BO ACCOMMODATrOX Leaves Reading ai 7 0 A. M., and llvrrluburg at 4 10 P. ii. (onn.ciiiiK at Jiesoing with Af.ernoon Accummo aullon souLb at ti M P. M., arriving in PbUadelptila at y 10 Market train, with passenger car attached, leaves Phlla Olphia at lJ-i& niHin lor Reading and all wav itstlons. Leaves lieadlng at 1VM A. M , and Downlngtown at 12 M 1'. M., tor Philadelphia and all way stntlons All the Hbi ve irains run daily, SnndHys excepted. Sunday trains leave Pott.vllle at ftW A. M and Phila delphia at 8 lfi P. M. Leave Philufleiphla for Reading at b no A. M., rcmrnlng from heading at 4 2ft P. M. CHEK'IEK VALLEY RAILROAD. I'assengers tor Downit gton and Intermediate points tnethe7-:!(iand8-l.'A. M. and 4-30 P. M. trains from Philadelphia, returning from Downlngtown at 7tX) A. M. and 1 J-; i loou. NEW YOKE EXPRESS FOR PITTSBURG AND THE WEST I. aves New York at 7amif A. M.ard 8 00 P. M., passing Rioiiingatlt','andUI)3A,M and P48 P.M., and con nectliig at HarrUburg with Pemifiylvanla and Northern t'ential Railroad express traliu for Pittsburg, Chicago Vilhamspbrt.Elmlra. Baltimore, etc. Retunuug, express train leaves HarrtFburg on arrival o the Peiinxylvaiila expien from PilUburg, at 8 and ar. A. M. and P'lft P. M., passing Reading Bt4'4l and 10"W A. M., and ll'SO P M.,and arriving In New York at 10 A.M. and 2'4S P. M. Bleeping cars accompany these trains through between Jemej- City uud Pittsburg, without ChllllKB. A mall train for New York leaves Ifarrlsbnrg at2-10 P. M. Mall train for Ilarrlshurg leaves New York at 12 M. SCHUYLKILL VALLEY RAILROAD. Trains leave Pottvillc at 7 ana ll'liO A. M and 715 P. M , returning ftoni Tamuijua at 7 iii A. M. and 1-40 and 4 1ft P.M. SCHUYLKILL ANT) SlSIU'EUANNA RAJLKOAD. Traini h ave Alli um at 7 MA. NT. lor Ptnegrove and Huirishnrg, and POOP li.lor l'inegrove aud lreuiont, rt turning from I'arrinbtirK atll'2U P. M.,aud front Tre luout at 7 U0 A. M. and f-ft P M. TICKET'S. Through first-class tickets and tmhrrant tickets to all the principal point In the North anil Went and Canada. 'J lie following tickets aio ohtainnhle only at the ofllceof H MiADtOKD, Treasurer, No. 'A'7 8. FOURTH Btreot, Philadelphia, or ol G. A. NiCOLLS, Gcneial Superlnteud- ucni, lieuuniK : COMMUTATION TICKETS. At 2" per cent, discount, between any points Uenlred, for lauiliieo and firms. MILEAGE TICKETS. Good for 20C0mhes between ad points, $u2'30 each, for families ana tirnis 8WASON TICKETS. For three, six, nine, or twelve months, for holders only, to all points , at reduced rates. CLERGYMEN . Residing on the line ot the road will be furnlnhed cards entitling themselves and wlven to tickets at kali tare. EXCURSION TICKETS From Philadelphia to principal statlnnn, good for Satur day, Sunday, and Monday, at reduced tare, to be had only at the Ticket otUce, at THIRTEENTH audCALLOWUILL Streets. FREIGHT. Goods of all descriptions forwarded to all the above Points from tbe Conipauy'a Fielght Depot, BROAD and WILLOW Sticcts. , . FREIGHT TRAINS Leave Philadelphia daily at 6 Wi A. M., 13-4.1 noon, and fi P M., tor Beaoing, Lebanon, Uarrlsburg, PotlsvUle, Port Clinton, and all points forward. MAILS Clone at the Philadelphia Post Ofllce for all places on the roud and lis branches at 6 At and tor tne principal aMia only at It-lo P. M. atj TjIRKKUIT LINES FC-R NEW YORK AND Jj all the Stations on the CAMDEN and AM BOY aud coimeoilng Railroads. INCREASED DESPATCH. 'J HE CAMDEN AND AMltOY RAILROAD AND TRANSPORTATION COMPANY' FREIGHT LINE 8 lor New York will leave WaLN UT btreet Wharf at 6 o clock P. M dally (Sundays excepted). I roight must be delivered boibro 4. o'clock, to be tor w ariled the same day. Leturning, the above lines will leave New York at 13 nton, and 4 and ti P.M. 1 reight lor 'i'renlon, Princeton, Kingston, New Bruns wn k, und all points on tliet'uiuuen and Amboy Ruilroad; oiso, on the Bclvlderc, Delaware, and Fleming ton, the New Jersey, the Fieehoiil and .lamesburK, and the P.ur m.f.ten aud Jlount Holly KatlroaJS, received and l'or winaed up to 1 P. M. 'ihe Belvldcre Delaware Railroad oonnects at Phllllpii bui' wnh the Lehigh Val.cy Railroad, aud at Manun i, iichnuk witn all points on the Debtware, Lackawanna, utiu Western Raniond, foi naiding to Syiacuso, Bullalo ni:0 oihtr points in W extern New Yors. Tne New Jersey BallronU connects at Elizabeth with the New Jersey Central Railrvad, and at Nowurk with the Morris i ml Essex Kailroad A slip niemoi minimi, specifying the marks and numbers, sluppeis andeonslgnees.miiit, in every ItiMiince, be sent witu each load of goods, or no receipt will be gtven. is. inereasco laciiuioB nave neen maae ror the 1 transportation of live stock. Drovers are Invited to try ' tlieioute. When stock Is furnished In iuautitiee ot two 1 earioaus or mote, ti win ue uenvertu at tlie loot ot Fortieth siitet, rear the Drove Yard, or at Pier No. 1, North River, as the shippers may designate at the time ol shipment. For terms, or other Information, apply to WALTER FREEMAN, Freight Agent, No. 22ti S. DELAWARE Avenue, Pldltdelphla. -V7 0KTII PKNNSYLVAS1A RAILROAD. JJN Depot, Till HD Street, above Thompson. t or BET HI.FDEM.liOYI.tSTOWN, MAl'CH CHX'NK. LESION, WlLLlAMSPORT.and W1LKESBARRE. At 7-iO A. M (Express), lor Bctldeheia, Aliontown, lluui.li Giiiink.Huiilctou, Willlamsport, and Wiikesburre, At VW P. il. (Express) tor lluihiehi in, Easlou, etc, roacliiiig Eaftou at (1 4ft P. M. jl 61ft P. At,, for Bethlehem, Allentown, Manch Chunk. tar Dt -vies town at h-a.i A M., 2 M and 4-1 ft P. M. ot Fort Washington at 10 A. M. and 11 P. M. r or Lansdale at (i 15 P. M. White cars oi Hie M eoi.d and Third Streets Line City l'usstuger Cars run diitci to tho depot. TRAINS FOR PHILADELPHIA. I cave BUhiehtm at6'2o A. M. and 12-jift Noon, and G-15 P.M. l.tave Toy estown at 6-40 A.M., 3-15 and B'SOP. M. Lea e J.ansoale ut U'OO A. M Leave Fort Washington at 10-S0 A. M., and 2'10 P. M. ON SUNDAYS. Philadelphia for Bethlehem at tf A. SI Philadelphia for Doylentown at 2-110 P. M. Dojlextown (Or Philadelphia at 7 20 A. M, Bethlehem tor Philadelphia at 4-o0 P. M. '.'hruiigb Tickets must be procured at the ticket offices, TUInD btreet or BERKS Street. ft-Jl ELLIS CLARK, Agout. i Q PCl PHILADELPHIA AND ERIE KAIL XOUU.ROAD. This great line truverses the North ern snd Northwest Counties of Pennsylvania to the City oi Erie on Lake Eiie It has been leased and Is operated hy tne Pennsylvania Railroad Company. TIME OF PASSENGER TRAINS AT PHILADELPHIA. Arrive Eastward trie Mall Train, 7 A.M.; Erie Express Train. 1 P. M. Leave Wsstward-Erie Mali, 9 P. Erie Express rpissenBer oars run through on tne Erie Mail aud Express trams both ways between Philadelphia and Erie. NEW YOltK. CONNECTION. Leave New York at 9 A. M., arrive at Erie 9 30 A. M. Leave Erie at 4 4ft P. M., arrive at New York 410 P. M. Elegant Sleeping Cars on all the night trains. For Information respecting p.ssnngur business, apply at ronter THIRTIETH and MARKET Streets, Phlia. And lor freight business, of the Company's Agents, 8. B, Kingston, Jr., corner Thirteenth and Market streets, Philadelphia; J. W. Reynolds, Etle; William Brown, Anout N C. R R-i Baltimore. II. H. HOUSTON, General Freight Agent, Phila. H. W. GWYNNEH.GeneralTlektt Agent. PlilUt. i A. L. TYLER, General Sup., WUlianuport. TA7EST JERSEY RAILROAD LINES, FROM YV foot of MARKET Street (Upper Ferry), commenc ing MONDAY, September 24, im. LEAVE PHILADELPHIA AS FOLLOWS For Brldgeton, balem, MHlville, and all Intermediate nations, at 8 A M. Mail., S M0 P. M., Passenger. , For WoeKlbtiry, 8 A. M.,8'80and6 P. M. - For Cape May, at 3 ; I. M. i RETURNING TRAINS LEAVE Woodbury at 7M6 and 8-40 A. M., and 4 54 P. M. Bridgeton at 7'0ft A. M. and 3-U) P. M Freight.6 SOP. M Saltm atti dOA.M. andg uftP. M. Freight, ft'4ft P. M. r Miltvtlle at 6 ftft A. M. and 8t8 P. M. Freight, ti 10 P. M. . Cape May at 11-4& A. M., Passenger and Frel.ht. . Irelght will be received at Second Covered Wharf Wlow Walnut street, from -00 A. M. Until 6 HO P. M. That received before 7'tX) A. M. win go t h rough the same day. , Freight Delivery, o. 8. D LAW ARE Avjiuie. '9ii J. VAN BENciLLALtt,fui:iut)u.l.uV RAILROAD LINES. "PHILADELPHIA, WILMINGTON AND DAL X 11MORE KAIMtoAI) TI.VF. TABLE. Commencing TUESDAY, July 6, IWifi. Tnras wtll leave Depot, corner of BROAD Street and WASUlMGTori , Avenue, as loliows : F.prei.e Trp.in at 41ft A. K. (Mondays excepted), for . Baltimore and Vk anhlngton, slopping at CiiSnter, Wilming ton, Newark, Elhton, Northeast, Perryvihe, llavre-de- : t race, Aberdeen, Perrymahs, Magnolia, Chase's aad htrnimer's Run. Way Mall Train at 8-15 A. M. (Sundays excepted), nf psltiinore. Mopping at all regular stations between Pblla Uel hia and Baltimore. Demwaie Railroad Train at 9 A. M. (Sundays eiof pteJi), forCrisllcld and Intermediate Matlous F.yprensltaln at 1145 A. M. (Sundays excepted), fx Baltimore and Washington. E.Nprcfes Train at P.M. (Sundays excepted), for Bal timore aud W ashington, stooping at Chester, Ciaymnat, Wilmington, Newark, Eikton, Northeast, Feiryvllle. llavre-de-orace, Aberdeen, I'erryuan's, Edcwood, Mag nolia, Chase's and Steutmer's Run. Night Express at 1 1 P. M.. foi Baltimore and Washlngtoa. Coi nects at Wlliningbin with Delaware Railroad llae (Saturdays excepted), stnpplug at Midllerown, Smyrna, liniTlngtiin, Heaii rd, Salisbury, princess Anne, and ooa nectmg nt Crlsflcld with Boat for Norfolk, Portsmouth, au4 the South. Passengers by Boat from Bal Imore for Filrtress Mon roe, Norfolk, City Point, and Richmond, w 111 take the 11 A. M. train. WILMINGTON ACCOMMODATION TRAINS, Stopping at all Stations between Philadelphia and Wl niiuMon. Leave Philadelphia at 0 A.M ,12'SO, 4'W, 6, and 11-30 P M. The 4 ;0 P. M. train oonnects with Delaware Railroad tor Milford and intermediate stations. Leave Wilminrton at 9 30, 7 16. and 9'SO A. It., 4 an4 (WW P.M. The 7-15 A. M. train will not stop at ttaUosas br-.wten Chester tml Philadelphia, Trains for New Castle leave Philadelphia at 9 A It 4-aOandf.P M. THROUGH TRAINS FROM BALTIMORE Leave Wilmington at 11 A. M . 4 .'. aud lo P.M. CHESTER FOR PHILADELPHIA. Leave Chester at 7-28. 7'U, 1014 and U'40 A. H..I4J 0-10, 7-2, and ll)-;- P.M. tKIIM 1.AL.T1IKOKK TU 1 lilL.AUKL.I'IHA. Leave Baltlmme 7-2ft A. M., Way-mail, A. K . 1'xpiem. 110 P. M , E-xpiess. 6 86 P. M., Express. -J P.M., Express. TRAINS FOR BALTIMORE. Leave Chester at 4-49 and 8 o2 A. M ., and S S9 P. M. Leave Wilmington at ' 2;l and l M A. M., and 4 1ft P. M. Freight Train with Passenger Cats attached will leavq as follows: Wilmington, fbr Perryvi'le and Intermedial stations at Oft P. M . Balllmore, for Havre-do-Grace an Inieimedlate stations at 4 4ft P. M, Perryviile for Wlf nurgton ami into ineillate stations at 4 20 A. M., connei lng at WLmhigton with 7 lft A. M. train forPhilaucuihia. - . SUNDAY TRAINS. 4 Express Tra'n at 4-l.r. A. M., for Baltimore and Wash. .u,,,,iH niaeniei, n iimingvou, newarK, lkta Noiineast. Perryviile. Havre-do-liraee. Aberdeen, Perrr man's, Magnolia, Chaae s and Slemmer's Run Mght fcxprtss, 11 p. M., for Baltimore and Washington, Connecting at Wilmington w ith Delaware Kailroad line Accommodation Traiu at LVU P. M. tor Wilwingtou and Intermedial stations. BALTIMORE FOR PHILADELPHIA. Leave Baltimore at 8-26 P. M , stopping at Havre-da-f.rat e, Perryviile, ana Wilmmgton. Also stops at Elatnn and Newark (to take passengers forPnlladelpliia and Inava paiaongers from Washington or Baltimore), and Chester ts leave passengers from Baltimore or Washington. Acceiumodatlon Train from Wilmington lor Philadelphia, and intermediate stations at 6'20 P. M. 4 lb U. F. KFINNEY", Superintendent. PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL RAILROAD W1NTEB ARRANGEMENT. The Trains of the Pennsylvania Conual Railroad leave the Depot at Thirty-first and Market streets, which la i cached directly by the cars of the Market Street Patsemcer Railway. 1 hose of theC'hesnut aud Walnut Street Eail wity run wluiln one square of it. tn Sundays The Market Street cars leave Eleventh and Market Sts. ;ft minutes before the departure of each Tram Mann's Batgage Express will call lor and deliver Baa gage at the 1 epot. OrderB left at the Oillce, No. tul Chea nut street, will receive attention. TliAlNS LEAVE 1KI0T, VIZ. I Mall Train at -00A.f Paoll Accommodation, No. lk 2, ut 10 A.M. A 11 2(1 P. at Fast Line and Erie Express at EPOO M. Parkesburg Train at 1-00P. if Hurrisburg Accommodation st j-iK) Lancaster Accommodation , at 4 00 " Piltnburg and Erie Mail at POO H Phllaueiphia Express at LVOO Pltttiburg and Erie Mall leaves dally, except Saturday. Phlladilplda Exptess leaves daily. AU other trail . daily, except Sunday. Passengers byatull Train goto WilUamaport withoM change of cars, and arrive ut Lock Haven at 810 P. M. Passengers by Mall Train go to C'arUble audChauben. burg without change of cars. Sleeping Car Tickets can he had on application at Mm Ticket Ottlce. No. ti.il Chesnut street. TRAINS ABUIVJC AT Utl'OT, VIZ. I Cincinnati Express at 1J-50 A M Philadelphia Express at 7-10 " ' Puoli Accunimbiiation.No. 1 A 2, at 8-20 A.M. A 7-10 P. K. Parkesburg Train....... .....at 9-20 A M Lancaster Train at 12 40 P M FastLine ....at 1-30 Day Express w 6.M Uarrisburg Accommodation at 9-ftO " Philiuielpbia Ixprese arrives dally, except Monday, i . Cincinnati Express arrives dally. All other train dally.exccpt Sunday. w"ue Passengers leaving Lock Ilaven at 7'00 A. M., and WB. lianif port at K'40 A.M., reach Philadelphia without cbanm ol cars, trim W illlumsport, by Day Express, at 6-60 e M Tlie Pennsylvania Railroad Company wUl not assume any risk or Baggago, except for Wearing Apparel, and limit their responslbUlty to One Hundred Dollars tn value. All Baggage exceeding that amount In vahM w ill be at tho risk of the owner, unless taken b sohiuI contract. For further information, apply to i-- JOHN C.ALLEN, Ticket Agent, No. 31 Chesnut St. SAMUEL H. WALLACE, Ticket Atent, at the Denot. An Emigrant Train runs dally (except Sunday), rnr full particulars as to fare and accommodations, avoir ta 1 Llii.18J CJ-.Jio.li7 JUOCK sueet. TTOR NEW YORK.-THR CAMDEN AND X' Amboy and Philadelphia aud Trenton Kailroad Cui. putty's Lines. vuw 1 ROM PHILADELPHIA TO NEW YORK and W ay Plncta, trom W ulnut Street Wharf, will leave aa billows, viz. : auT At u A. M., via Camden and Amboy, Accotnmoda- 'n (hi At 8 A M., via Camdeu and Jersey City Express 3 ( At 2 P. M., via ( uiiiiien and Amboy Express i-on At b P. M., via Camden and Amboy Accommodation , und Fuilgiaut ist class ' MS At ti P. AI.. via Camden and Amboy Accommodation At una 10 A. M., 2 and ft P.' M. for Mount Holiv! Ewans- .Vp' vr's ib?nvh?.m' hM. :to-. -uj At li A. M aud 2 P. M. ior Freehold. Atli and 10 A. M , 12 M.,4, o,(i, auu 1130 P. M. for Fish : House, Palmyra, Riverton, Progress, Duluuco, Beverly Eilgtwater, Builiiigton. Hjr,iyic, Uardi nuiwu, etc. Tbe 10 A. M. and 4 P. M. lines run direct through to Trenton LINES FROM KENSINGTON DEPOT WILL LEAVE At 11 A. M., 4'S0, li-46 P.M.. and 12 P. M (Night), rut , Kensington ana Jersey City Express Lines, fure The (i 4ft P, M. Lilie will run dully. AU othcri Sundava exctpted. At 7-30 and 11 A. M,8, 3-30, 4 80,5, and 645 P. M. and 12 Miumgnt, tor Bristol, Trenton, eto. At 7 30 and 10-16 a. M.,3,4 30, 6, and 12 P.M..fbrSclienck.i At 10-l'i A. M., a, ft, audi.' P. M. tor Eddfngton, At; ;i0uiidl0 lftA.M ,8,4,5,6, und 12 P. M. for Corn well e, Torre.dalc, Holmesbursr.TttCony, Brlaeshurg, and Frank ford, aud at 8 P. M. for Holiuesburg and inter mediate stutious. At 10 li, A. M., u. 4, ft, 0, 8. and 12P . M. for Wlssinomlmr. BELVIDEKE DEEAWaHE RAILROAD, For theliL-lawsre River alley. Northern Pennsylvania, una New York State, und tne Great Lakes. Two througU , trains dally (Sunuays excepted) trom tho Kensington la-pot, as follows : At 7 30 A. M. and 3-80 P. M., for Niagara Falls, Buffalo. Dunkirk, Canandalgua, Elmira, IihacaV)weg, Roches ter, Bmghamton, Oswego, Syracuse; Great Bend. Montrose, Wllkesbarre, Scranton, HirouUsburg, Water (lap, Belvldere, Easton, Lauibertvule, Flemlngton, ete. The 3-30 P. M Line connects direct with the train leav ing Easton for Mauch Chunk, Allentow n, Bethlehem,eto. At ft P. M. for Lambcrtvllle and Intermediate slatlous November 20,18ti. WILLIAM H. UATZMER, Agent. PHILADELPHIA, GERMANTOWN. AND NORRIhlOWN KAILROAD. ' On and alter THURSDAY , November 1, 18ft. until far. ther notice. for gf.rmant:ow. Leave Philadelphia (i, 7,8, 9, 10,11, 12 A.M..I. 2 s-v 8?4,4.b,f.Sj, 6-10,7,8,11,10,11,12 P.M. ' Leave Gcimantown 6, 7, 7X, 8, 820, 9, 10,11, 12 A.K l,2,,4,4X,a,,.7,8,l,10,lli'.M. 1 he 8 20 down train, and and & np trains will nut stop on the Germuutown Branch. ON SUNDAYS. Leave Philadelphia A. M., 2, 7, and p, k. Leave Getmantown 8,, A. M., 1,6, and !l,V p. M CHEMNUT HILL BA1LROAD h'l P 'Hti 6, 6, 10, 12 A.M... 2, 3,6V. 7,9, aim it p. m. lave Chesnut Hill 7-10 minutes, 8,9-40, 11 40 A If 1-40, -40,li-i0,ti -40, 8'40, and lu 40 minutes p.M ON SUNDAYS. Leave Philadelphia V'miuutea A. M.,2andTP 1C Leave Chesnut U1U 7-&0 minutes A. M., 12-40, 6-40. an 9".o minutes P. M. ' I OR OONSHOHOCKEN AND NOMtlSTOWK. LeavePliiiadeliihiati.8 311t'i, mlnutbs A. M.. IK. 4i,. (,t),'4.8-t& minutes. and lli P. M. l.eaveNorristowu 6 40,7, 7-ftOmluut,9,UA. M., Dtf 4H. '-'i- and 8 P.M. Thef ,i P. M.tralnwiUstop at Falls, School Lane, Wle ashicuiu, Mauayunk, Spring MUis, audC'oiuhohoukeuonlr. ON SUNDAYS. Lesvc Phflndclphla V A M., 2. amlBV P. M. Leave Noinstown 7 A. M., 6 anu P. M. FOR M ANA U NK. Leave Philadelphia ti, bWi.U Oi mluutej A. M , 1 3,4v,...,ti;.,8-0.'., audlliP. M. Liav e Mauayunk 0-10, 7l 8 20, 9i, 1I A. M., 2, C, r,f(, 8'41' ON SUNDAYS. Lve PhUsdelrhis a. M., i. ai.d GV P. M. Leae Manayurk 7X A. M.,5sand ll P. M. W. H. V ILSON, General Soperlnter.dMit nnii A.uni-'iaiii, ciass. I'M DeeotKlNTU aud UUEEN Biroeui. PRIVY WELLS-OWNERS OP PROPERTY The only place to get Prtvf Welle cleaned and d e nfected at very U prloea. ,. . . , L A. PEYSOH, Manufa tnroi ot Koudreue BIOS OOfjDSMITUii' HALL, L BH A HY Street . ( )