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THE DAILY EVENING TI LEG It Am. PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY JANUARY, 5,
1867.
NUMBER CI.
A tirr ten MrNTAi itummcs, and a cum
fo BT-pocnonDHiA, ht-poobirt, ob any
COMPLAINT OF A BY ORDER.
Y OUJft BKUIKS EDITOU.
ALMANAC AND DIARY.
SORT METRMLLOOICAb OBPKHVATIOISB OB TBS
WKAK.
December.
)Inay, 31. Watoh Meetlnifs at the Churches,
and a meeting to raffle for W ate ties and i'ur
ey at the "i'lfr and Whistle."
Jaaunry.
Tuesilay, 1. New Year's Day, 1807. Reception
at W hit llonro. l'latlorm lor exit crootod
at one of the windows, to allow the guttata to
"tiwinx the Cirole."
Wcdacaday, 9. The SkaMrnr Tarka tight. The
hrada or families invited ou tho ice by tho
Uiflorent I'ark rroprietors.
Ttiureda-p, 3. Professor Riot In session with the
ladies, and leotores them on thoir cooking.
Offers to "cook their goose" for them.
Friday. . Assistant Secrotarr 8eward tins
Bailed abroad. It la supposed that be has gone
to see about the purchase of the Island ol Circat
Britain aa a naval atatloa.
Saturday, B. Sekiks Column Day. TIip
JEditor reeeirea an invitation from the three
yachtsmen to meet them ou their return '-halt
etas ovor."
FROM OUB OWN CORRESPONDENT.
Trinity Bay, January 3.
Mr. Scries Editor: I am now at the western
end of the Ocean Telegraph, trying to gather up
tbo fall particulars ot the arrival of the "three
wise men of Gotham who went to sea in such a
bold way," as the song says; for the information
we get through tho Associated Press is so
oeacrre and so contradlctory.that, unless you get
he news right off the Cable itself, you run as
great a risk of not getting the pure article as
you do in bujlug your Otard at a Schuylkill dis
tillery, 1 have, at considerable troubls,
succeeded in getting the following full particu
lars by Telegraph, which are important if trae:-
I Cowes, December 30. Yesterday the three
American yachts, Henrietta, Fleetwing, and
Vesta, upon the invitation of Queen Victoria,
ailed np Osborne Bay. Her Majesty came down
to the beach and spent some time in witnessing
, Ik
the vuVreus manoeuvres of the yachts. The
toeach being of a rather a soft mire, her Majesty
displayed the insignia of the Garter, which was
tf pure British manufacture, and was fastened
with a German silver buckle, one of a pair she
had bought to encourage the Birmingham manu
facturers. As the winner of the great race, the
Henrietta, pasted by, she saluted it by waving
her handkerchief, which was rich Honlton lace
cf SpitalQelds manufacture, one of a dozen she
bought when on her last trip to the manufac
turing districts. Mr. Bennett, on seeing her
Majesty thus saluting him, ordered his crew to
give her three cheers and a "tiger," which they
did in true New York style. Mr. Bennett tipped
bis hat, one of Knox's, in his usual graceful
manner.
At the banquet given by the citizens of Cr wes,
the Hall was profusely decorated with British
iind American flags some of the latter were
recognized as having been captured from our
merchantmen by the neutral privateers ot Great
Britain during the war. The Hall was also
hung around with friendly mottoes. Sir John
Simon, M. P., presided at the entertainment.
'The health of the New Yorkers was good. The
health of Mr. J. G. Bennett, Jr., was drunk in
the early part of the evening, with great enthu
siasm. Some Toast was ordered for the peace
and prosperity of the Uuitod State, but It got
cold before it was used.
Major-General Seymour, by command of the
Queen, expressed her Maesty's thanks for the
display in the bay, and tojhe crew of the Hen
rietta lor their beautllul imitation of the Ameri
can Savage war-whoop.
At the dinner, his Royal Highness the Duke
of Edinburgh accepted the challenge of Mr. J.
G. Bennett, Jr., in the following neat speech:
"Moostcr Bennett, you coome all the way frooni
America in your oown yacht, to sail with any
col her Majesty's soobjects. I will sail you aroon
this Island in me oown boat, in August, next
eoomer coomin, oor forfeit haiigis foor all the
coompany, and it shall be for an bunder poon,
loon." This acceptance of the noble Puke was
received with great applause.
the noble vook.
Mr. J. G. Bennett, Jr., said he would now
propose the health of the Queen, previous to
his going to Havre. Expressions of great dis
gust on the part of the noble Lords present
were manifested at this remark of Mr. Ben
nett's, and Major-General Seymour, imme
diately took it up, and explained to Mr. Ben
nett that he waj entirely put of order. Lord
Lennox rose, and rebuked Mr. Bennett In the
following eloquent speech; "Gentlemen hof
Hamerica Hi ham surprised to 'ear from hour
Hamorican guest, the captain hof the'Enrihetta,
that he hexpects to marry hour Queen, hon
whose dominions, by 'eavens, the sun never
sets, (Hear I hear!) Hi ham the more hus
tonSshed' that he should 'ave t bat hopinion
because she waved 'er "andkerchief to him this
hafteruoon; hi can hinform him hit was not to
i-ico, hut Lit was u Lhl for W--i;t-iir!i lo )it
lords fun vaHinf; to bassist her bout bof the
mud, tiand hon no bother grounds did she stand
before him; hand the grounds for his hoptaion
arc toller than the beach hon which hr Majesty
stood hat "tho "time, "on whose dominion by
'etrvtni, th sun never sets. (Heart hear I)
Gentlemen hof Hamerica, particularly the cap
tain hof the 'Enrihctta, recall bany such h illu
sions his the one Just hallmled to, for you can
never 'eve hT." (Hear! hear I)
' Mr. J. O. Bennett, Jr., now rose and said Tho
noble Lord, wbo is immense In his way, had run
the thing into the grouud in his piece be had
just spoken, as be bad entirely got the wrong
sow by the ear; be meant to say, and did say,
that he was going to Havre, the town of Havre,
acrofs the channel, and he did not' leave homo
with any purpose of marrying tho Queen, or
even proposing to her, and furthermore, that he
bad no objections to the sun never setting where
she was: ho only wished her dominions had ex
tended all over the Atlantic Ocean during the
trip of the Henrietta to the island, for if he
could have had daylight all the time he would
have been hunkey dorey. (Hear I and cheers.)
The noble lords and gentlemen present seemed
to.be greatly pleased and entirely satisfied with
this disclaimer of Mr, Bennett's.
On the following evening Captain Bennett and
Mr. McVickar visited the Queen, and dined with
the Duke of Edinburgh. The Quoen not having
dinner till quite late in the afternoon, and the
New York gentlemen being hungry, is given as
the reason for their dining with the Duke,
whose dinner is always an hour earlier tlnu the
Queen's,
The otlkers of the New York Yacht 8quadron
are Invited to a bauquet at Southampton, and
to the Mersey Yacht Club's Ball, at Liverpool.
It is expected that they will get their living free
for the balance of the season. The oflicers have
now thirty-nine dinner and supper engagements
on hand. They expect to be able to attend to
them all, as their health is good and is con
stantly Improving.
The Prince of Wales, who is a gre.it yachts
man, attends all of the dinners, and he has told
Mr. Bennett, confidentially, that he believes the
Princess will name her next child (if a girl)
"llf-nrietta."
THK CA1 TAINS OP THE THREE YACHTS GOING ABOUT
ON IHE FORT TACK.
P. 8. The yachters have just gone to take
another dinner at Cowes, which makes tho
fourth to-day. Nothing further of importance
by the Atlantic Telegraph.
Your Own Correspondent.
L "COMMON SENSE" VIEW.
Tho lollowing communication rrom a valued
correspondent, valued on account of his name,
was sent to the publisher of The Evening Tele
graph, and by a mistake it was put into our
bands. Although we dislike to find fault with
the other departments of the paper, we cannot
help but fuel that his criticism is just. Here
it is:
PuiLADELrniA, December 31, 1800.
Messrs. Editots: I am a subscriber to your
paper, and would like to be informed how, if
jour advertisement patronage is so great, you
can a 11 orcl to devote, every Saturday, so much
of it to such ridiculous pictures and miserable
attempts at wit as appear on your lourth page.
A newspaper is supposed to be for grown per
sons, tbo?e intelligent enough to understand
the current topics of the day, and not tor
rniMicn.
Yours, etc., Common Sense.
We always thought ihat the fourth page of
the paper could be Improved, both In its lite
rary attainments and its pictorial embellish
aunts. We just glanced over last Saturday's
paper, which we buppose is the issue referred
to, and prominent among the attempts at wit.
on the fourth page, was an editorial on the
action of tbe Supreme Court, which wasn't
funny at all, in our estimation; and as to Rev.
De Witt Talmage's advertisement of his new
Guide Book, entitled "Astray: . How to get
Back," why, the only wit in that was embraced
in the reverend gentleman's name, and that was
spelled with two t's. We are rather puzzled,
though, at "Common Sense" calling (he pictures
ridiculous. One would suppose they would
have hardly been noticed; they would not, ex
cept by a 'cute observer of men and things. The
most prominent series of pic tures were a lot of
"hands" to the religious notices, of which we
herewith give a sample:
tT 1ST B3T' E3T
To bo sure, It Is rather ridiculous to see so
many left bands pointing; one would suppose a
right bund would be used occasionally. Then
theie was a picture purporting to be one of
Stelnway's Grand Pianos, aho Schomacker &
Co., and other makers, all represented thus:
fmv? ItWH ftWfl rrFifi
And there were City houses, Country seats, and
Hotels, palmed off on the public to look like
ihee:
fj 0 to m a a
Tho nnlv fmnqnlnrlmi up. ran nttVr to (i'mim-
pointed "Common Sense," is for him to spend
his time h?reafter on the stxth pae ot Satur
day's Ticlegrafu, and there be will see pretty
pictures and real wit, which can be pondered
over with growing pleasure by any one who ap
preciates the current topics of tbe day (or the
uncurrent either), nnd leave the "Prize Concert
advertisements" and sleepy "editorials" to
women and children; and If we should venture
an answer to his question, as to "how the space
can be spared for such things on the fourth pa:e?"
our answer (between us) is, that we think th?
advertlninff is like the correspondence of the
paper, a little "fiat."
TOO OLD TO LEAltN.
Miss Susan Denin as was, we see by a CaH
fornia paper, has been married again, to a Mr.
Coyle, making the fourth time. Wo are sur-prl-ed
that Susan should be cautrht in the uialil
inonlul Co jle after so much experience.
X Phooklyn Paiee fays the "Moral Statlbttcs
of that eity show a population of 11,000 drunken
and abauUoutHl women." If (hat is the m!.fl
ftatitttlcH, : vyl.at re 'ist iiMtioral staiUti -i
The Fortification Dill.
Wabbihotow, January Tbe Formication Nil
reported id the Hens to-day appropriates as fol
lows I ;.'..'
Foit OTitsrto. $Cfl,0o rort Montgomery; at the
outlet ci Lake t tiRmplatii. 40 (MjIj Kort bcxnitmOl,
I'ortland, tlW,CK); tort (.oorre. I'ortand, aie OOO;
Jott Constitution, N. II ,100,K)0j Fort Went won h,
Ho-ton, kOMOt Fort Warren, hoton, ffiO.OOO
for a era a all at treat Brewmer'a Uland, t'25.000;
lor a sea-itali at Deer and Love l's laiaad, t'ioOOO;
Fort at New Ilcdford Uarlor, 10 ,0O0i Fort Hchny.
lor, H. Y.. t760O; FVirt av Wil et'i I'oint, OOj
F ort on site of Fori Tomjiaina 50,(KK); Fort Pop.
bam, Me., f 60 000: Port at faniT Hook, 7S 000(
repaii a at Fort M fflln. I'n , fl6,0(.0t Port Wanning,
ton, I'otoniao river, t26,0(0t Fortress Monroe,
H0 0( 0) Fort Taylor, Fl., t&0,000; Fort Jeooison.
lortnaaa, HO 000.
MILLINERY, TRIMMINGS, ETC.
ILLINERY FOll THE
HOLIDAYS.
A Cheap and Substantial Olft.
Attention la called to my elegant aoaortment of KID
BOSS, suitable for Scarfsi FEATHERS, KLOWEKS,
BOSKETS, and YOUNG LADIES' HATS, prepared
rpeclally for the HOLIDAY SEASON, and ae!I1nf at
greatly reduced prices.
MADE3IOISEM.E KEOCII,
lUtuthsJra "o 904 WAmiTitreeU
SPLENDID OPENING OF FiLL AND
WINTER STYLES. MRS. M. A. BINDER.
bo JOl CHrKM'T Btreet, Philad, Iphla,
1WP011TEB OF LADIKS' TRKH AND
CI OAK HilMAtlnOS. Also an elegant atock ot
Imported Paper Fa.terna for Ladies' and CbiMrea'a
l)re.. J'arlpian Ltrera and Clonk Making In all Ita
rat telle. I ad lea larnlaMn their rich and coatly
wntrrlaie mat rely on beu.g artistically fitted, and
tbelr work ttnlrbed In tbe mont prompt and eill
cient manner, at ihb lowest posalble prtcea at twenty
foor hours' notioe. CQitiug and butiiiK. Pattern in
eta. or by tbe tingle piece, tor merchant and droaa
makers, now ready. 920 bin
MRS. It. DILLON,
Nos. 323 and 331 SOUTH Street,
Dm handsome assortment of MILLINERY for the
Bolldaye. Also, Pllk Velveta, Crapea, Blobona, Featbera,
Flowers i nd Frames. Ladles wbo make tbelr own Bon
neta supplied wltbail the materials. 7 1!
CLOTHING.
S W A A B S
STATES UNION
CLOTHING HALL,
No. 600 MARKET STREET. No. COG
A most complete stock of
HEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING
AT VERY MODERATE PRICKS.
WE HAVE EMAIL IXPENSES, AND CAN
ATF0RD TO SELL WITH SMALL PEOf ITS.
Fine Faklmo Beaver Overcoata, only 2S; fine Beaver
Overcoata, any desirable color, ttit froeted Beaver
overcoata. verv nne Chinchilla Overooata, only
$27: frosted Leaver enlts, containing coat, pants, and
vest, eSOj fine 'bort beaver Backa, irom fiO to K4;
dark grey , llairn CflfBluiere fcriitp, coat, pants, and
veat,t4;do silk mixed, only (24; blat-k Sack Coats,
from (10 to 20 llnsinesa CoaU, from 7 to ei4 Panta
and V si! to match, irom t7 to 14; Boys' Coats, from
ti to tl4 1'ania. irom 1 75 to 9. ..... .
Come and convince yonraoivea. 11 14 3m Sp
CRICC, VAN CUNTEN & CO.
ORIGG, VAN GUN TEN ,CO.
GBIGG, VAN GTJNTEN A CO,
OKIOO, VAN OUSTEN A CO.
ARE SELLING ARB BELLI SiG
ABE SELLING ARE BELLING
ARK BELLING ARE SELLING
THEIR EM IRE STOCK OF CLOTHING
THEIR ISTIREC8TOCK OF CLOTHING
TBEIR ENTIRE STOCK OF CLOTHI-NO
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES,
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES,
AT GREATLT REDUCED PRICES,
NO 134 MARKET STREET,
S 0.734 MARKET STREET,
11 17 w One Poo.- below Eighth.
PRICES REDUCED.
Slaking and trimming Oversacke, aiflt Frock
Coate, 1S Dreea Sitka, Panta and Veata. 3 50
cacb, in good stvle. On bnd a general aeaoitment ot
goods at low prices. C. S. HIS1MELW RIGHT,
12 W lm Mo. 234 N .1-OURIH BUeet
DYEING, SCOURING, ETC.
PEMII STEAM StOlTOC
ESTABLISHMENT,
No. 510 RACE Street.
We beg leave to draw your particular attention to on.
new Freucb Steam Scouring E.tauHahireut tbe drat anl
only one ol Its kind m tbia city. We do not dye, but b
a cbtn.lcal proceee rea ore Ladlea', Gentlemen's, an
Children'. GarujenU to iheir original states, wltnoai
Injuring tbem in the leaat, while great experience an J
tbe beat machinery from France enuble us to warrant
pericct eatiiiacnou to ail who may lavor uh with theb
patronago. LADIES' DRESSES, of ever description,
with or witboot Trimmings, are cleaned and flnlitlied
without being taken apart, wheUier tbe color be genuine
or not.
Opera Cloaks and Mantillas, Cnrtalne, Table Covera
Carpets. Velvet. Rlbbona, Kid Gloves, etc, cleaned and
rennlKhed in tbe beat manner. Gentlemen's Summer
and Winter Clothing e'eaned to perfection without lu
Jurv to tlie stufl A)ao Flaga andbanneia. All kinds of
atalna r moved without e eaning the whole. Allordera
are executed ender our immediate aupervlsion, and
saii'ftctkn guaranteed in every Instance. A call and
txan-inatii n oi our proceaa la ttf pectiuily aoliciieJ.
ALBEDYLL & MARX,
S lOmw.i
Mo. 510 RACK Bueat.
MEDICAL BOARD FOlt THE EXAMINA
HON OFCASIHUA1E4 FOK A DMKSSIOX
1M01HE HAW An AbolSlAM SLUG EONS.
LVRi.AU OF MlDlCIKK AND bUROCHY, )
Kavy Jjepartment, (
December 'I'd. 1866 )
A Boa' d of Medical Officers is now in seaaion at
tbe & AVAL Afc.Yl.UM I'liladelpbia tor tbe exami
nation of cundidatea for admis ion into tbe Medical
Corps of tbe Navy.
Gentlemen desirous of appearing before the Board
must make application to tbo Honorable Secretary
ot tbe Navy, or to the undersigned, stating resi
dence, place and date or birth. Applications to be
accompanied by respectable testimonials ot moral
cbaiacter.
Candidates must riot be lrss than twc-nty.ono nor
more than twenty-six jtare of ago.
Ko expense la allowed by tho Government to can
didatea attending tbe sessions of the Board, as a
succeaful examination Is a legal rre requuito lor
appointment in tbe Navy.
Ihe many vacancies exiHtinv in the Medical Corps
insure inniediate appointments to successful candi
dates, P. J HOItWrTZ,
1 8 tblOt Chief ol Bureau.
ROBERT SHOEMAKER & CO.
WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS,
ifAMJFACXURERS.
IMPORTERS,
AMb DEALERS IM
i'aints, Tarnishes, and Oils,
No. 201 NORTH VOURTII STREET,
10 24 3m: COBKKR O ACE.
JONUMENTS, TOMBS,
GRAVE-STONEB, Etc.
Just completed, a beautiful variety ol
11AL1AH MAKBIJB M OH U MEN Tt),
TOMBS Ahl GBAY-6TCJSE9
Will be sold cbeav for cash.
M era cent to any part ot tbe United Btatea.
HENRY 8. TATtfl
MA KB LK WORKS,
1 l-O. lit GRIkJM Hl'vel, J tlllaUelpli
INSURANCE COMPANIES.
"fJORTH AMERICAN TRANSIT
X LHSTJRAKCE C01IPAUY, . 1
No. 33 South FOURTH Street
PHILADELPHIA. ' '
A an sal Tollcles avned aaatnat General Accident
11 d.fcriptlona t4 eiceedb gly low ratm.
larnrtnta tCrtied lor one year, la amy earn from tlvt
to lU.anO, at a premium ot only on-baif .t oent.,
atcnrlg the iril amount Inaored In caaa ol death, and
a romiifnsatfto each week equal to tbe whole pre
mium paid ... ...
hbort ansIlttMiftH, ,,7, or 10 days, or 1, . oi
6 jLonths, t 10 ceniaall . nsurlna in the mm ol ;W00,
oraHlna Pl waean lisahieu.to be had at tne
General OB.ee, Ke. 183S. JGUJH1H Btreet, -htiadel-pbla,
or tLe verioaa Rallioad 1 Icket otbcea. Heanre
to puraa the tlrketaol the kortb Amerloaa Tranal
laaurane Company.
For circniara and fartber tnfbrmatton apply at the
ninrft Ofl.ce, or of any ol tbe autboilzed A genu fUia
r,Baay. lrfn(, HorPT. Prealderf. '
JAalKS M. CONRAD, Treaeuror
DKKY C. BROWN, Secretary,
3VHX C. BPLLITT, Bulicltor.
LIIUX'TORS.
V. t. ITonpt, late of Fenoavli aula Railroad Comranv
i. E. KlDgaley, Cnntlnental Hotel. v 1
Sanioel C. Palmer. 4 aabler ot Com. National Bank.
h . G. LelaenruiK, Hoa. W and J 19 Dock street.
tian.ea M. Conrad, Aim of Conrad A Walton, Ko. 61
Maiket afreet.
Enoch Eew la, late Gen. Bnp'tPenna R. R.
Andrew At ehvlley, B. V. corner ol Third andrVolnat
reei a.
. C. Franeiacoa Pen. A gent Penna. TL TL Co.
7 hcrrat K. Peterson, o. 3ti.l6 Market atreet
W. W. Kuitz, flim ol Kiuui Uuwaru, Ko. 25 S.
Third street. I 8 10m
1829CnAnTER fKRPETUAL.
Franklin Fire Insurance Co.
PHIIA D ELPIIIA.
Assets on January 1, 18G0,
2,50G,85rOG.
Central
Acciueu Surplus
Prtmluoia...
w,ono ot
944 M.1 If
l,lttt,Xj 81
LHSLTTLED CLAIM8,
11.461 ti.
rscoMi! fos ie
.U0 OflOL
LOSSES. PAID SI2TCE 18SO OVEB
SO.OOO.OOO.
F erpc'.nai and Tern porary Policies on Liberal Te ma
DIKECTOBS.
Charles K Bancker,
Tobias Wagner,
Samuel Grunt,
Gt orve W. Hicbards,
t.dward O. Dale,
ueorKu raiea,
a urea riiier,
Francis
W Lewis, H. B.
isaaci-ea.
Peter MeCall.
CrlAHI.F.H II. HANfKF.lt. PnQlii,i
EDWAKUC DALE, Vlce-lrealdent.
JAn. W. Hi CALL1M1 F.tt. Becretary arotem. aim
R E IV! O V A L.
The Girard Fire and Marine
Insurance Company
HAVE REMOVED TO TIIKIK
NEW OFFICE,
yORIUEAST CORNbR
CI1ESKIT ana SEVENTH Streets,
1 I8S rHILADELrillA.
LIVERPOOL AND LONDON
ADO
GLOBE IKSURANCE COMPANY.
Capital and Assets, $16,000,000.
Invested in United States, $1,500,000.
Total Premiums Received by the
Company in 1865, 4,947,175.
Total Losses Paid in 1865, $4,018,250
AH Lofteea promptly adjusted without reteience t
England. .
ATWOOD SMITH,
General Agent lor Pennsylvania.
OFFICE,
No. 6 Merchants' Exchange
fBiLAiitu-uiA. mil Ota
TROVIDENT I-IFE AND TRUST COMrAJlI
i OF 1 HlLADEl-UlA
Sio. Ill houth EoCK'lll BtreeL
THCOKI OHaiELI 8o AtOM U, MuJflBOo.
CAPITAL, fcltO WW, 1'AID 1JS.
lEeurar.ee on Lives, by Yearly Premliuus; ox by 5 10
or .0 year Fitmluma, Kon-tonelture. '
Enuown.ema, payab.e at a uture age, or on prior
deceate, by Yearly Fremlums, or 10 yeur l'remlum-.
both c m aee on loDeliure.
Annuinea giantcd on favorable terms.
Term l'o klea. Cbll.lren'e -ndowuiente i
Ibis Company, wbbe giving tbe Insured the eecarlly
eta paid up . a, ttal, win divice tbe enure pronu of Uie
Lite busineaa among Its Policy hoidera.
Atoiicje icceivco at intercut, ana paid on demand.
Authorized by charter to execute 1 ruats, and to act n
Executor or Aomlntairator, Assignee or Ouaxdian, aa
in oiber houclary tapaoiilea. unuei appointment Oi any
Court oi tblB ConmouweaUh, or of any peruou era er
sonc, or bodies politic or corporate.
I)lltVlTlMfl.
bA u UL K. BiUrLEl.
Jl LEM1AU UAC UkJt,
JOM1L A H. JuUUlUU,
lilCHAiiL WOOjU,
KICHART) CADBTJBY.
HEUKY HA1JSEB,
T. WisTAltllKOw-w.
CHAKLXS K. COFFIN
KAhVEL B 8I11PLEY. ROW LAUD PARRY,
President. Actuary
THOMAS W1STA K, At. !., J. B. TOWJiSEMJ,
1'tl j tleulca Examiner. Legal Adviser,
Ti lhK SUliAMJE EACLL81V EL Y . THJ8
X1 PENHYLVaMA F1UE lbLRAcE C'UM
t ANY incorporated 1B25 (.barter Feipetual Ho. UQ
WALJiti fette.t, opposite Independence ejquare.
Ibis Company, lawrably known to tbe community
for over iorty yeara, continue to Insure against iosa or
ciu ae by Pre ou Public or iTlva.e liulidluKS. either
pcinianently or lor a limited time. Also on Furniture,
bti.ck. oi tiooda, and JUeicbauUlae generally, ou liberal
teinia.
'Ibeir Capital, together with a large Surploa Fund,!
invested tu tbe most caietul manner, wbiub enapiee
them to ofjer to tbe insured an undoubted security In tbe
case ol lose.
I'UIEVTOr
Daniel Kmttb. Jr.,
John Tteveretix,
1 homes bmlih,
Henry Lewis,
J. CllilOkham FelL
Alexaniler Henson,
Isuao Hazleburai,
ihvmas uouuiua.
aHinvi ziauuoea. jr.
WMIL BillXH, JB., President.
WittlAM O. ChQwbll, )-ecretary. 30
ItaNlX INSURANCE COMPANY OK
PHILADELPHIA.
INCOBKJHAlEJj IBtit CHAKTEB PERPETUAL.
o. i'U W ALftU'l Sueet, oppoaite tbe Excjbante.
In addition to A1AB1ME and 1NLAN l IbliUA jnUE,
tblr Company inauies Irom losa or damage by FIltK,
or liberal terma on bulidiuga, merchandise, furniture,
eto.. lor limited period., and permanently ou buildings,
Ly deposit ot premium.
Toe Companv has been inactive operation for more
than eiXiV YEj Kb, during which ad looses have been
promptly adjusted aud paid.
Jon L. Hodge, i i-awience T.ewla, 3t.
11. JWalionv, I IavlOLewla.
John T.Lewis. ; beujaniiu Etnng.
iHliim Cirant.
Robert W. Leamlng,
1). c'aik Wharton,
Buaiuel Wilcox, n
Tbomu- 11. rowers,
R. UcUcury.
Edmund - astiilon,
Lou'a V. Noirls.
WUCUEBEB, l resldenU
SinlEX.'WlI.cox.. Becretary
a
FERTILiZEr.S.
3 A U G LI'S R A W iiON E
SUPE R.PH0SPIIATE OF LlilE
Tkarreat Fertlllrer lorall crotia. Quick in iU action
andpeimauentin lis elUcis. tstaHiahed over tweive
ytlealer supplied by tbe cargo, direct froaj tbe whar
ol the iraniutctory, on liberal toime.
K.Cu.ac,uiedoni,by & soyg
Office yo. 20 South DELAWAB8 Avenue,
8 4pn.w;rp Phlladolpbla
""""Pil 1LADELPHIA BUBOBON8
&ff& BANDAC INctTlTUlE. Wo. 14 M.
. . rr .4..,v,(p.u .oai.1 lnrmr1rHl AinariHIlCA.
iuaranttea th eklinl adtuntinent othla Premluu
f aieut iraduating J rename Irusa, and a, variety ol
albert, iupportera, J lattio f.t'-cklnBshouluer ttracea
Crutihea. fnapenaoil.a, etc. ladi' apartuwnta eon
Bi'ie by Lad j.
RAILROAD L1MLS.
RE A D I N O It A 1 L, It 0 A
GREAT TSl'NK I TSt.
.H1M JTUT.AM 1 KlU TO THE rNTEUOn Or
PEN KB! LVANIA, JBT. 5TT1C)I.?ILL. KUHQL'IX
1IAMIA, CCAnir-T". f.AJi D AND W WjMIU'J VAI
LK 8, THE ,Oblll, JiOJtl HWLIsT, AHD TUB
C'AHAPA.
WIS TUB AABASOrMENTOTPAPBEHGEB. IXVTJra,
Ue'0er 8.1H4,
leaving-the Company Iiept, at nirRTEENTTI and
CAl.LOWiULL Buacta, PhUadelphia, at tbe following
hiura:
VORWIWO ACCOMHOTJATIOW,
At 7 -.10 A. AI., for Reading and in trnidlnte Stallone.
Retmnlng, leaves Reading at t'ia) P. M arnvlag
Pbilauelphia at 8 10 P. M.
MORFINO EXPBtHPJ,
At 6'lft A. M., fcr heading, Lebanon, HarrttVerf , Potfe
vllie, Pinegrove, Tuma jua, Snnb'iry, W llllamarort,
Elmira, Rochester. Biaaara Kails, Ruffalo, Atentown,
fVilXe.harie, I'lttaton, York, Carlisle, C'hamberaburg,
llanersiown, eto. eto.
Ibis train connect a at BKATTNO with Kaat Pennsyl
vania Railroad traina f-r AUentowat,eto.,and theLebanoa
Valley train for Baxrlftburg, eto., at POUT CH.NTON
with Catawhisa Kaliroad trains for Wllltamslnrg,Ixck
Haven. F.lmlra, etc. at HARRIHHUR' with Sortliern
Central. Cumberland valley, and Hcbnylkil) and Busque
lianna traina for Monhiimberland, WlUtamaport, York,
Cbamberaburg, Phiegrove, eto.
AF1ERNOOV EXPRESS
Leaves Philadelphia at 8 30 P. 11., for Keadlnct Fotta
vllie. Hairtsburg, eto., connecting with Heading and
Columbia Rallioad raina for Colombia, etc
READING ACCOMMODATION
Leavea Kraotag at 6tK) A. M., stopping at all way Ita
tlous, arriving at Phlladeltihia at 9 40 A. M.
Rmnrnlng, leavea thUadelpbla at 4 30 P. If. (arrives in
Reading at 7 Ho P. X.
Trains for Philadelphia leave TTanitbnrg at 810 A. M.,
and Poiiavilleat B'4J A. M., arriving In Philadelphia at
1O0P. XI, Afternoon traina leave liarriabnrg at 2-10 P.
MPotmllJe at 8 46 P, U., arriving la Pluladalpbia at
' HARRISRUlSa ACCOMMODATION
Leaves Reading at T to A. M., and liarrlaburg at 4 10 P.
M. Connecting at Reaoing with Afternoon Ancomaao
datlon aouth at ti 30 P. At., arriving In PbUadelptua at 81
Market train, with passenger ear attached, leavea Phila
delphia at 12 46 noon lor Reading and all way stations.
Leavea Reading at 11-30 A. M , and Downlngtown at 11 M
P. M for Philadelphia and all way staUons.
All ihe above trains run daily, Bnndayl exoeptcd.
Bonday traina leave PotUville at 6-00 A, At., and Phila
delphia at 8 1.1 P. M. Iava Philadelphia for Reading at
8 0OA.M., returning from Reading at 4 lb P. M.
CllKSlElt VALLEY RAILROAD.
raasengera t'er Downlrgton and Intermediate point
take tbe 7'K and 813 A. M. and 4 80 P. M. traina from
Philadelphia, returning from Downlngtown at JtX) A. M.
and 1230 noon.
NEW YORK EXPRESS FOR PITTBBCRa AND TUB
WErlT
leaves Kew York at T and 9 A.M. and SO0P.)st.,paeln
Readingatl 0oandll&8A,M and 1'48 P. M., aud con
necting at liarrlaburg with Pennsylvania and Northern
Cential Railroad expreaa traina for Pittsburg, Chicago
Wilbamsport, Eluilra, Bahrmore, etc
Returning, expreaa train leavea Ilarrtsbnrg on arrival e
the Pennsylvania expieaa fiora Pittaburg, at 8 and 9 04 A.
M. and 916 P. Al passing Reading at 4 49 and 10'M A.
M., and 11-80 P AI.,and arriving lu New Vork at 10 A.M.
and i 46 P. M. Bleeping caia accompany these traina
through between Jersey City and Pittaburg, without
change.
A mall train for Tew York leavea Ilarrlsbnrg at 3-10 F.
M. Mali train for Ilarrlsbnrg leavea New York at 12 M.
Schuylkill valley railroad.
Trains leave Pott ville at 7 and 11 '30 A. M and T 15 P.
M , returning ftoni Tamaiua at 7 36 A. M. and 1-40 and
4 16 P.M.
SCHUYLKILL AND SfBQVEHA KNA RAILROAD.
Traina leave Auburn at 7 60 A. M. for Pinegrove and
Rairisbnrg, and l'&OP M.l'or PinegTove and Tremont,
returning from Ilarrisbnrg at 3-80 P. M.,and from Tre
Dout at 7 36 A. M. and !-it p. M.
TICKETS,
l Throngh first-class tickets and emigrant tickets to all
the nrincliial nointa in tbe North and West and Canada.
I he following ticketa aie obtainable only at the office of
m mi Aurora, Treasurer, . Til . i-ot-uiii atreet,
PhUadeii hia, or of U. A. N1CULL8, General Buporintend-
dent, Reading ;
COMMTJTATIOH TICKETS.
At 25 per cent, dt.oount, between any polnla desired, fog
lamllles and Arms.
MILEAGE TICKETS.
Good for 2OC0ml.es betw een aJ polnla, $52'50 each.fot
families and firms
fWABON TICKETS.
For three, six-, nine, or twelve months, for holders only,
u aji pointa, at reauc u raiea.
CLERGYMEN
Residing on tbe line of the road will- be fnrnlnhej cards
entitling tbemaelvea and wives to noketa at tall tare.
EXCURSION TICKETS
FremFhlladelDhla to Drtnclual stations, good for Bator
day, Bnnday, aud Monday, at reduced fare, to be had only
at tie TI Jiet olbce, at THIRTEEN 1'U andCAiLOVVUILL
oateis.
FREIGHT.
Goods of all deaorlptlona forwarded to all the above
points from the Company's Fiebht Uepot, liliOAU aad
w jjulvvy eueeia.
FREIGHT TR4.EV8
LearaPhiladolDtladailv at 5UO A. M. 12 45 noon, and
6 P. M., tor Reaoing, Lebanon, Harrigbiug, Potlsviile,
x on viiuiou, una aai puuiva iurw.ru,
MA1L8
Close at the Philadelphia Post Office for all placaa en the
road and lla branches at 6 A. M., and for tbe principal
tations ouiy at o-xo r. as. it to
FREIGHT LINES FCR NEW YORK AND
all the Stations on the CAMDEN and AM BOY and
connecting nauroaoa. inuki.amsd DESPATCH.
1UE CAMDEN AND AM HOY RAILROAD A2YD
TRANSPORTATION COMPANY FREIGHT LINES
lor New York will leave WALNUT Bixeet Wharf at 8
O clock r. M. daily fotinoajs excepted).
Freight must be delivered before 4 o'clock, to be for.
warded tbe same day.
Returning, the above lines will leave Kew York at 13
noon, anu and t t. At.
Freiuht for Trenton. Princeton. Klngaton. New Brnna
wick, and all Dolnts on tbeCamden and Ambov Railroad i
alao, on tbe Belvldere, Delaware, and lie ruing ton, the
New Jersey, tbe F.eehold and Jamesburg, and the llur-
nngtvn ana jtiount iioiiy jtaiiroaas, received ana for
warded no to 1 P. M.
The Belvldere Delaware Railroad connects at PhllllDa-
bnrg with tbe Lehigh Valley Railroad, and at Mauun-
kachnnk with an pointa on tne Delaware, Lackawanna.
and western vanroao, forwarding to bjraciise, Builalo
and other nointa in Western New Y'ork.
The New Jersey Railroad connects at Elizabeth with the
2?ew Jersey Central iiallread, and at Newark, with the
Morris nu cssex itauroau.
A alln memoranunm, anechylng the marks and numbers
ahlppera andconalgDeea, maat, in every instance, be sent
w itu eacn load oi goooa, or no receipt win oe given.
N. B Increased faculties have been made for the
transportation of live atoca. Drovera are Invited to try
the route. When stock Is furnished In quantities of two
carloada or more. It will be delivered at tire loot of Fortieth
atreet, near the Drove Yard, or at Pier No. 1, North
River, aa the ahlppeia may dexlgnate at the time of
shipment, cor terms, or oilier miermauon, apply to
WALTER FREEMAN, Freight Agent,
So. 226 B. DELAWARE Avenue, PhllAdelpbia.
VTORTH PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD.
Depot. . W. corner BEltlvS and AMERICAN dta,
ForBElHLEUM,DOYLk.BTOWN,MAUCU CHUNK..
EAS1 ON, WILLIAM BPORT, and WILREiSBARKE.
At y vi a. ai (.express;, ror ueuutnem, Aiientown,
Mauch Chunk, Uazleton, Wililamsport, and Wlikeabarre.
At a -fit l'. At. ta.xpressj tor ueunenem, JianUia. eto.
re.M..liliis Kaston at 6 46 P. M.
At b 20 P. M for Bethlehem, Aiientown, Mauch Chunk.
For Hoy lo Mown at v A. ai ,i aa ana I'. M.
lor Fort Washington at 101 j A. M. and 1130 P. it.
tor Lausdale at t tf) P. M.
Fifth and Sixth streets, Second and Third streets, and
Luioulines ot rass'-nner vers run 10 tne newucpot.
TRAINS ARRIVE IN PHILADELPHIA.
From Bethlehem at 9'15 A. M. and 2-30 and H 4 ) P. M.
rim Loy estown at 8 86 A. M.,0'13 and 7 15 P. M.
Kr m Lonsdale at J 30 A M
From Fort Washington at lt-50 A. M., and 8 05 P. M.
ON BUSDAY8.
Phllade'phla for Bethlehem at 3-30 A.M.
I'hlladelnhla for Doylestown at 2-36 P. M.
lmvieslow n lor l'hiladeiphia at 7 20 A. M.
Beihleht m lor Philadelphia at 4 P. M.
Through Tickets must be procured at the ticket office.
6 21 ELLId ChAHa., Aau
i QCP. -PHILADELPHIA AND ERIE RAIL.
iOUvJ.ROAD. Ihia great Une traversea the North
trn and Northwest Comities of IVnnrylvanla totbaClty
ol Erie on Lase Eile It has been leased and is operated
bv the lei jib lvanla Railroad Compuny.
TIME OF FABSliNGEIl TltAIMd AT PniLAriELPHU
Arrive Eastward Erie Mail Train. 7 A. U.; Exlc Express
Tra.n, l -'O P. M. ; Eluiira Mail, o .0 P. -M .
Li ave Westwanl-Eile Mail, 9 P. M. ; Erie Express
Train, 12 M t Elmira Mail. 8 00 A. 11.
rasseiige.r cars run throiist hon tne Erie Mall and KxDres
tra ns without change both waya between Piiiladclpuia
aud Erie.
NEW YORK CONNECTION.
Leave New York at 9 A . M.. arrive at Erie 10 CO A. M.
Leave New York at 5 00 V. M arrive at Erie 7 Id V. M,
Leave Erie at 6 30 P.M., arrive at New York 4-40 P. M
Leave Eric at 9-10 A. M., arrive at Now Y'ork 10 10. A M.
Elegant Sleeping Cars on all the night trains.
For Information lespeoting p.asei-ger business, apply at
corner THIRTIETH aud MARKET spleen. Phi.A.
And for lrcitjht bueiucsa, of the Cumpany'a AHeuta,9. B
Kii xsten, Jr., corner Tliirleentb and M ir.ut streets,
l'iinaJelplita; J. W. Reynolds, E'iei Wiiliaui Brown.
AkcuiN C. R H., Baltimore.
U, II HOI B I ON, General Freight Agent, PhUa.
11. W. UWY NNEU, General 1 i kt Agent. ThiU.
A. L. TYLER, General Sup.,Wi,liuo pvn.
"TT7 EST JERSEY RAILROAD LINES, fROM
VV foot of MaRRET Btreet (I'ppsr Ferry).
LEAVE PHILADELPHIA AB foL- OW:
For Bridgelon, balem. Ml Ivil.e, and a l l-'itexuiediaU
alatit-ns, at s A M. Mail, S 3'J P. M., fusjt'PStr.
For Woodbury, S A. M., 3' 30 and ti 1'. M.
Ft-ieapt: May, at 3 30 P. M.
1(1 T URNING TR4IN9 LP iVX
Woodbury at 7'I5 and &40 A. M.. and 4 '- P. M.
Hrhleeion at 7'0.' A. M. aiid3'30 P. M Freight. WP. M
f-alrm at U (,0 A. M. and 8 V P. M. Freliilii, 0 4 P. M.
Mlllvll e at C 15 A. M. aud '1 0b P. M raighi.ti 10 P.M.
t ape Msy at 1145 A. M., Passenger aad F.'tU lit.
Fre'i-tit will be rec Ivcd at First Covfred Wharf
above Walnut itrett, from O-o.) A. M. n ilil 5-nO P. M.
That received befure7c0 A.M. Mil goihmnch Hievaiceday.
Freithtl eJ!ve'v,.o.iia . LAWS"'- Svntiur.
,6 W 1LLLAM J. liXmiXX, eoptxlotvtiouiiL '
RAILROAD LINES.
PHILAPEU'HIA, WILMINGTON AND DAL.
11MOLE RAII IIOAJ).
II M K TABLE.
BUMrfna VfAK I A V Ynnn,Kn lOiiaf m t m k-C
leave Depot, corner ef Br6a Bireat and WAyuiNUXOil
Avenue, aa iouowb ; . , ,
txpreaa Treln at 415 A. M.fAtnndava errepr), fr
Raltlmore and Washington, aiopplng at hetr, limlni
ton. Newark. I. Ik ton, Nonheaat. I'errvvtlla. llara.ria.
Orace, Aberdeen, Perrvmau'a, tdgewood, Magaolta,
Chase'a art" Stemmer'a Ron.
way Man Train at tnA. m. (xtmeave excepted), fhf
Raltlrnore, stopping at all regular stations . Coiineeting
with lielaware Railjoad at Wilmington for Crlsfleld aai
Intermeolale aiations.
ExvreasTialn at 1146 A. M. (Sundays CxccDted).fb ,
Baltimore end Washington.
Expreaa Train at 8 P. M. (SnnOaya exoepted), fhr Ral
tlmore and Wanhlnxton, atnpptng at Chester, Olaymont,
V tlnilnglon, Newark, Elkton, Northeast, Perryvllle,-Ilavre-oe-lrace,
Aberdeen, Perryman'a, Kdgcwood, Mag
nolia, Chase a and Hteinmer'a Run.
NlKhtExnreaaatll P. M. fdal'v). lor Baltimore and vyaaB
Ir aten. Cor necUat V llmineton wilh Delaware Kailroaat
line(8atnrdaysecepted),stiiplnsat Middlertown.HmyrBaf
Dover, Harrington, Beatord, Hallbnry, frinccaa Anne, and
connecting at Crlsfleld with Boat for Norfolk, Portsmouth,
anc uienoum.
Passengers by Boat from Pal Imore for Fortress Mon
roc ard Norfolk wUl take the 1141 A. M. train.
Stopping at all Btationa between Philadelphia and WU.
tulngton.
Leave mnafleirhia at IS'80. 4-00. . and 11-80 ( da Tyi T
M. The 4 00 P. M. train oonnects with Delaware Kaliroad
tor Alllford and intermediate atatloua. The d P. M. train
nine to New Castle.
Lrave WIluiliiKton at 7 15 and S-CO A. M.. 3 and 0-33
(dally) P.M.
FROM BALTIMORK TO riTfLADEf.I'lfTA.
Leave Baltlm re Vi! A. M. Wav-maii. 9-t,'i A. M..'
Exruei-s. 110 P. M.,Expisa. 6 ti P. M., Exprsat 8 j
P. M. Expresa.
Frrm Baltimore to Havre-de Grace and tntormedlata)
itatious at 4-uiP. M,
THAI 5TB FOR R ALTrMORR.
I.eave Cheslor at 4-49 and H A. M., and B its P. M. !
Leave Wilmington at 10 00 and 9 4o A. M., aud 4 18 P. M,
SUNDAY TRAIN
leflvra Tialtlmore at 8 '.'5 P. M..aunutnir at ITivr.rf.
Grare, Perrvvllle, ana Wilmington. Alo stops at Elktoa
and Newark to take pasaengera ftirPhlladelpnla and leave
paisengere from Washlnuton Ol Baltimore, and Cheater to
leave passi ngcra from Itoltiuore or Washington.
'lhrouah ilcKets te all pointa vtent. Boulh. and Sonth.
west, may be procured nt Ticket Otllre, No. MS Cliennut
alreet, u nder 4'ontiiientnl Hotel. Persona purchahi
tickets at this efllcecan have tlietrbagxage checked at their
residence by Graham's Baggage Express-
A Id II L I I' V" V" I' V C .. w, 1 1 1 .
PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL RAILROAD.
WINTER ARRANGEMENT.
The Trains of the Pennsylvania Central Railroad leave
the Depot at Thirty-first and Market streets, which la
reachtd directly by the cars of the Market Btreet Passenger
Railway. Thuaeof theCheanut aud Walnut Bu-eets Rail
way tun within one aquare of It.
On Bundaya 1 he MarketBtreet cars leave Eleventh anal
Market 8ta. 36 mtnutea before the dt purtnreof eaoh Train.
Mann'a Ba gage Expreaa will call for aad deliver Hua
gage at the Depot. Oruera left at the OUIce, No. Wl Oaee
nut atreet, w ill receive attention. .,
TUA1MS LKAVI ILi'OT, VIZ.:
Mall Train at 8 00 A. M
Pai.ll Accommodation, No. 14c 2, at iO A. M. t 11 30 p. M
Fast Una and Erie Expreaa at 12 (X) M.
Parkeeburg Train t 1-00P. tt
Hamabnrg Acoommodatloa .....at 230 "
Lancaster Accomuioilat. on .......at 4 00 '
Pittsburg and Erie Mali at 9 HO
Philadelphia Expreaa at ll-(
Pittsburg and Erie Mall leaves daily, except Boturdar.
Philadelphia Expieaa leavea daily. All other traina
daily, except Sunday.
Raj sen tiers by aaall Trait? goto Wllliamp5rt without
change of cars, and arrive at Lock Haven at 8 10 P. M.
Passengers by Mall Train go to Carlisle and Chamber,
burg w itliout change of cars.
Bleeping Car Th keta can be had on application at tha
TkketOWce,No.631Cheanut atreet.
TRAINS AB1UVI AT Ptl OI, VIZ. :
Cincinnati Express at 1250 A. If?
Philadelphia Expreaa at 7 It
Paoli Accommodation, No. 1 A 2,at S 20 A.M. A7-10P. M.,
Parkeaburg Tram at 8 20 A X.
Lancaater Train at 12 40 P. M.
Fast Line -. , at 180 "
Day Expieaa at 6-50 u
Harrlskiirg Aoconimodatlon at 9 60
Philadelphia Ixptess arrives dailv, except Monday.
Cincinnati Expresa arrives daily. All other tralnJ
dally, except Bunday.
Paasengera leavlnn Lock Haven at 7 00 A. M., and WB
llamtport at -40 A. M., reach Philadelphia without change:
of cars, from Wililamsport, by Day Expreaa, at 6-60 F. M.
The Pennsylvania Railroad Company will not assume
any risk for Baggage, except for Wearing Apparel, and)
Uinit tbelr responsibility to One Hundred Dollars In
value. All Baggage exceeding that amount In valuo
wdl be at the risk of the owner, unlesa taken by auooial
coutrnct. For further information, auply to
JOHN C.ALLEN, Ticket Agent, No. 681 Cheanut 8t.
SAMUEL U. WALLACE, Ti ket Aent, at the Depot.
An Emigrant Train runs daily (except Bunday). For
full particulars aa to fare and accommodations, auply to
312 FRANCIS JLNE,No.lS7L'OCli Street.
FOR NEW YORK. THR CAMDEN AND
Amboy and Philadelphia aud Trenton Railroad Com
pany's Liuea
FROM PHILADELPHIA TO NEW YORK
and Way Place a, tioui Walnut Btreet Wharf, will leave ag
loilowa, viz.: raaa
At tt A. M, via Camden and Amboy, Accom mod a- '
tlon !.;
At 8 A M., via Camden and Jersey City Expreaa 8 03
At 2 P. M., via Cuinuen and Amboy Exprea g-CQ
At 6 P. M., via Camden and Amboy Accommodation
and Emigiant 1st class g-gf
At 6 P. Al., via Camden and Amboy Accommodation
and Emigrant, 2d c;ass l-gg
At 10 A. M., 2 and 6 P. M., for Mount llollv, Ewans
vllle, Pemberton, BirmiiiKham, ami Vlncentowu. aud at
CAM. and 6 P. M for Mount Holly only.
At A. M. and 2 P.M. for Freehold.
At 6 and 10 A. M , 12 M , 4, 6,6, aud 1130 P.M. for Flats.
House, Palmyra, Uivorton, Progress, Delanco, Beverly, .
Edgtwater, Biirlingtoii, Florence, Bwdcntown, eto. The
10 A. M. and 4 P. M. lines run direct tlironira to Trenton.
LINES t ROM KENSINGTON" DEPOT WILL LEAVK
At 11 A. M., 4-3o, 6M6 P.M., and 12 P. M (N.ghtl, vl
Kensington and Jeraey City Expreaa Llnea, fare 8300.
The s 46 P. M. Li La will run dully. All others Sunday
excepted.
At 7 8U and 11 A. M ,3. 830, 4 80. 8, and S 45 P V. and
I 12 Alidnight, for Bristol, Trenton, eto. ; and at 1015 A.M.
for Bilstol,
At 7 80 and 1016 A. M ,8,4 30, 1, and 12 P.M.,forSehenck'
At 1015 A. M .3,6, and 12 P.M. lor Eddlngton,
At 7 30 and 10 16 A. M , S, 4,6,6, and 12 J. M. torCorn
well'e, Torretdalo, Holmcsburg.T'acony, Bridesburg, and
Frankford.andat 8 P. M, fwr Holmesburg and Inter
mediate atatioua.
At 10 15 A. 11., 8. 4, 6, 6, 8 and 12P . M for Wlsslaomlng.
BELV1DERE DELAWARE KA1LKOAO,
For the lielawsre River Vullcy, Northern Pennsvlvanla
and New York State, and ti e Gnat 1 akes. Daily (Suu
days excepted) from Kensington Depot, aa follows :
At 7 30 A. M. lor Niagara Falls, Boifaio. Dunklra. Canan
dalgua, Elmira, Iihaca.Owege, liocliester, Kiiinhaintoa,
Oswego, Syracuse, Great Bund. Montrose, Wilkusbarre,
Bcranton, Btroudsbuig, Watoi Gap, etc.
At 7 311 A. M. and H'30 r. M. tor belvldere, Eaaton,Lam
bertvtlle, Flemington, eto. The b-M P.M. Line connect
direct wltb tbe train leaving Laatonfur Mauch Chunk,
Allcntown.Bethlehem. etc
At 6 P. Al. lor Larobertvllle and Intermediate stations.
December 29. Ibe6. WILLIAM U.GaTlMKU. Agent. ! '
PHILADELPHIA, O E R M ANTO VN, AS
NORRlhTOWN KATLRO AD.
On and ufter THCRSDAY, November 1, lSK, untB fur
ther notice.
FOR GERM ANTO WH.
Leave Philadelphia 6, 7. b, 9, 10. 11, 12 A.M.,1, 2, 8 V.
3.V. 4,6,5!;, 6-1'I.J, b,9,lu,ll,12 P.M.
Leave GeimaiitowcU, 7, 7i, , b 20, 9, 10,11, 12 A. M
1, 2, 8, 4, 4S, . 6, tj. 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 1', M.
'iheS down tram, and and l4 tp traina will not
atcp ou tbe Geruiuntown Branch.
ON SUNDAYS.
Leave rh'ladi-kUa tf Ai A. M., i-, 7, and tO'i P. 11.
Leave Geimantowu aXt A. M., 1, C, nod V: I', m.
CHEHNL'T HILL PAlLbOAI)
Leave PhUadelphia 6, 8, 10, 12 A.M., 2, 3.V.S-V. 7,9s
and 11 P. M.
Leave Cheannt Hill 710 minutes, 8,9 10, 11 40 A.M.
140, 8 11 , 6'4(), ti 40, 8 40, and 10 40 uilnuUa P. M.
" ON Sl'NilAYS.
I.eave Phlladeli h'u U U nilnuu-.i a M ,2 and 7 P. M.
Leave Chesiiut Hill 7'60 liiiuutes A. M., 1."1J, i Ju. au
0 2b minutes P. M.
FOR :ONHH"iHOCKFN A NO NORRISTO -VN.
Leave I'hlladuphix 0.8 ill 11 tf. m tiutcs A. M., i,i,f,
44 , .')4 , i , V 06 lnliiiiles. and li; P. M.
Leave Norrlstown 6 40, 7, 7 30 Uituutea, 9, 11 A. M.. llat
4). t,V and S P.M.
'i he 5i P. M. tr.ilnwtllstop at Falls, School I. sue, Wia
aahicion.Manayuak.Spriini it ilia, andCou-.tioiiockenomy
ON Sl'NDAYS.
Leave Philadelphia 9 A. M., 2H undf! p. M.
Leuve Nonibtown 7 A, M., 6 and Ka P. M.
FOR MANAYCSK.
leave Philadelphia 0, boj, llOo minutes A.M.,)
3,4H,uX,Wi,8-iI,aiidllP. M.
Leave Mauay unk 610, 7a, 8 20, U!i, lli A. M., 2, 5, 6V
P. M.
ON SUNDAYS.
Leave Philadelphia 9 A. M.,i and V p. M.
Leave Manayunk 7X A- M.,5and 9 P. M.
W. S. W ILSON. tleneral huperlriien1eit,
Dejot NINTH aud GUEJ5N hiret.a
HARD RUBBER ARTIFICIAL
LIMBS. Arms, i.ena. A Dtdiaius lor
Deiormlty, e'e etc. Tbese l.liutisarel
I Irunsierrtid irom Uie In lonn and lit :
i are the lightest, most durable couiiort I
ab a. perieot, and artiaiio subatltuteal
yet Invented '1 bev are approved aud
adopted by the United Stales Goveru-
stent and our principal surgeoue. l au uted August ltj,
&ia 23, lbu6; May 1, ltMt. Ajidrt-aa
Kl h HALT. A CO.,
No S39 ARCH Street. PbUad.-lpiila.
Ttmpblet free. S 27 Sin t
PRIVY WELLS-OWNERS OP PROPERTY,
The only p!ace to get Prlty Wells cleaned ana d a-'
nfccled at vary low prioea.
A. PEYHOS,
Mai utaMurei of Pouireiut
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