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THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, 18G7.
3: THE DHAMA. American Andlenc(i-Nw Theatre la London-Rosalind on the Singe. The letters of Mr. Oxenford from this coun try to the paper of which he is the dramatic critic, the Loudon Times, have an interest not only . to KngliHh Lut to American readers. They contain far more intelligent and impar tial criticisms of the American stage than we are accustomed to see in any English paper, nd on this account have been considerably read on this side of the water. The copy of the limes received by the last steamer has a fourth letter from him, which is equal in inte rest to those from which we have previously Riven extracts. It is noticeable that Mr. Oxen ford holds no very high opinion of the English Stage. Thus he remark s on (he fact that the Lon don cockneys were quite unable to appreciate Kistori'8 "Elizabeth," while they would deem the American objection to the character of "Medea" entirely prudish, lie even goes so far as to say that "in the present state of the JiDglifih stage I doubt whether, save wheu Mr. Charles Kean visits London, a tragedian is to be found who is worthy to hold a candle to Mr. Forrest." lie says of our style of plays: "The American playgoers, who for numbers Xnay vie with the playgoers of France, love everything large. They have no notion of a programme composed of three or four amusing trilles, but like heavy tragedies, strong sensa tions and ballets, three hours long, double charged with dancing. But whatever may be Baid by the dandy cockneys, to whom what ever is unknown is not magnificent, they are Hot vulgar. This fact is amply proved by the crowds who throng to witness the exquisitely artistic representation of 'Rip Van Winkle' by Joe Jefferson, and their thorough appreciation of his excellence." In another place he observes: "But English history ia more loved here than it is among the most patriotic Britishers, especially that portion which proceeds the quarrel between the mother country and the colonies. To the American, Queen Elizabeth and Mary Stuart are classical figures, repre sentatives of his own ancestry; and when the former brandishes the sword of 'Enrico Ottavo' to confront 'Philip II.,' the claptrap is more telling In New York than it would be in London. It is the cause of the Anglo-Saxon against the Spaniard, contested before the time when the Anglo-Saxon split up into two factions." A. NEW THBATBE IN LONDON. While we are treating of subjects connected With the stage, we may say a few words in regard to an elegant new theatre, to be opened In London on the 17th of this month. It is, in fact, the old building known as St. Martin's Hall, which has been so entirely renovated and changed as to become really a new build ing. It is called "The New Queen's Theatre," and seems, from a description in the London News, to be very commodious, comfortable, and handsome. The following are its dimen sions as compared with other London theatres: Her Majesty's t'oveut Cliirdeu Drury Lane Lyceum.- Jlaymnrket.. Olympic princess' Drilannia Adelphi.- Hew Surrey Tbe Queen's, L. Acre e-t 1 lags IS s 8 I 3 S II sH if si n. ft. ft. a. t. n. ft. 68 69 87 ... 61 35 ... 81 63 60 43 65 60 00 48 ' 61 32 ... 6 48 ... 33 82 35 46 36 32 28 ... 43 53 83 27 29 26 30 82 r,8 66 35 87 47 0 ... j 40 81 86 38 41 55 07 ! t l6 44 .. B 82 Bi) 70 I ( 44 I 38 80 29 ... 50 65 iitS IS ::: ::: I ::: To grand Her box front. t To upper box (rout. t Gallery tier. The computation ol the sealing accommodation Is as follows. Mace. Kn. of Hows. J't'--1 I front to Wiilth of (. A o. back. I The Stnlls Dress Circle K Private Boxes... Upper ltoxeB Amphitheatre Pit t'allery 6 7 6 2 19 14 ft. in. 8 0 2 9 S8 2 2 2 0 1 10.',' la. 22's(arm cu's) 21 do. 21 (nrmch's) 20 18 do. Hi do. Beating 184 Standing 2.16 was of the humblest, and she had begun life in Dublin by hanging to the legs of a rope-dancer. Madame Violante, as the latter went through her "astounding performances." Mrs. Wof fington was so thoroughly a lady in her man ner, speech, bearing, in grace and expression, that many have doubted whether she could have been of such very humble origin, and such degraded companionship, as her biogra phers assign to her. The fact is that the lady was innate in Margaret. It was in her from the first, even when she carried water on her head from the Lifley to her neighboring obscure homo. That, in spite of her unculti vated youth, she should have had all the graces of a true lady (that is, all save one, lacking which it must be confessed, the others are much tarnished) ha3 nothing remarkable in it. For about fifteen years, this untaught but well-inspired Irish girl was the popular "Rosa lind;" and yet she lacked one of the great requisites for a perfect interpretation or the character a sweet voice. But Margaret was a woman of unbounded resolution, and she even brought her voice, just as a great singer with a refractory organ can do, under such control that she could make it sound like a silver bell. In fact, she was one of those real artists who never believe that they are such great proficients but that they have something more to learn; and It is the looking for suoh enlightenment that keeps them great artists. GOVERNMENT SALES. SALE OF PUBLIC PROrKRrX 1 807. J 110 21 VI 230 100 610 TARGE OJ'HCE oir Army Clothing and KaciPAOK, No. 18 Static Stkkkt. . . Nkw YoUK, Oct. I, 180' will be Sold at rublle Aurtlnii. at the Demit- nr Army ( lo'hiirg and Equipage, No. 400 WASiilNt' TON Htreet, .New York city, on TUESDAY, the d day ol October. 18C7, commencing at 11 o'clock A. M to be continued from day to day, the following arti- uirrt ui fliui viuinuig anu jt.quipage: &-.,&is oianie rrocKH, 214.0:12 C. F. drawers. 7,CM Doraet do. 16,400 Trowsers, horse. 107,131 Forage caps. 82,274 b'lllf. hats, Uu- trlmmed. 81 ,311 Do. lnft.,trlmm'd, 8,078 Do; Cav.,trimin'd. Mi.") Do. Art,, triinni'd, 184, (Ha Ureal Coat strap. 18,4t8 Jackets, Cav., pri vates. 8,285 Unf. coats, Infu, 2,859 1)0. 'do. Art., do. 2;7.413 Hat cords, In It. 400 do. Hospi tal Stewards. 144 Eagles for Lt, Art. cans. 8 Tulips, do, do. 227,112 Hat Eagles. 7,426 do. castles. 4,u:i2 Shells and 11 am cs. 60,815 Crossed sabres. 42.6U8 do. cannon, 277 448 Hat bugles. 3 4787 do. cords, Cav alry. 80.197 do. do, Artillery. 1,262,604 do. letters. tss uo. -uoru auu i as sets, 439 Hosp. Stewards Cap Wreaths. 23 Knit Drawers. LOO Unlf. Coals, Inft., Boys. 425 Trowsers.foot.B'S. 104 Pairs Bootees, do, loo Sbirls.Flannel.do. 759 Orey Blue Ureal Coats, foot. 74 Trowsers, loot. 186 Trowsers, loot, Orey Blue. 17 Talmas and Hoods 160 Unir. Coats, Art., Kersey. 14 Turbans, Zouave. 968 Wall Tent Poles, sets. 15.8ns Common do. do. 10,747 Hospital Teul Pins, large. 13,698 Do. do., small. 878,043 Common do. 8,327 Wall do., large. 2,698 Stoves for Bluley Tebts. 105 Stoves for Sibley Tents and Pipe. 87, am prs. Chevrons. 691,649,' yds. Worsted Lace. 5 Hat Cords, Ord'ce. 48,376 Leather N'kHl'ks. 66,912 Scales, Corp'ls and 1'rlvaies, prs. 51 Trmi 1'nLH. 1.310 Machine Sewed bootees. prs. Alan mmntltv nf Irreirular and damnified clothing and equipage. Samples otall can be seen at the depot fur ten days prior to the sale, and catalogues will be furnibhed on application al this olllce, or at the depot, Io. 4o w osuiugtou Bireei. TeiniB cash, in uovernmeni runas: ten per cnni. down and the balance before the goods are taken from the depots. The goods must be removed from the depot within ten days from date ol sale, under forfeiture of purchase and the ten per cent, deposited. ay oruer oi me uuarieriuasiertjiuuerui, O.Q. MAWTEUK Bt. Brlg.-Gen. and Q'm'r U. S. A. lu charge of Depot A. c. ana e. iu 4 hi SHIPPING 21,621 Woollen blankets. 7.211 iiuouer do. 5.068 Do. Ponchos. 68,465 Peggfd Bootees, pairs. 83,125 Hand-sewed Boot ees, pairs. 36,360 Hand-sewed Boots, pairs. 81,835 Pegged Boots, pairs. 22.984 OreatCoals, horse. 106,992 Do. do. foot. 26,418 Grey Flannel shirts. 69,919 Domet shirts. 134 Unlf. coats, Art. Musicians. 824 Jackets, Cav. do, 262 Unlf. coals, Engi neers. 26 do. do. Ordnance. 810 do. do. Art. Music 981 do.do. Inft. do. Io.ikiO Mosquito bars, 2:',:cJ5 a napssckti. 3,999 do. straps, sets. 10.1,201 Haversacks, painted. 236 do. unpalnted, 262,511 Canteens. 4.265 Cotton overalls. 1,949,158 Hat Numbers. 19,499 do. Feathers. 1,022 Do. Bugles, Non. Reg. 1.0GO Brass Scales, N. C. S., pairs. 4,C95,' Brass Scales. Ser geants, pairs, 100 Scale Buttons, prs. 484 Hosp. Stewards Letters U. 437 Hosp. stewards Letters 8. 1,542 Scale slides, pairs. 4.517 Cap Covers. 3 303 Files. 662 liings for Lt. Art. Cans, pairs. 21 Red llalr Plumes, 18,008 Pickaxes. lu.825 do. bandies. 1U,86 Axes, fe'JlMir. 6.009 do. bandies. 16.618 do. sllnifs. 83,697 Hatchets. "4,999 do. handles. 19,242 ao. slings. B,6i0 Spades. 1,144 Shovels. i 6,546 Stove-Plpe, pieces of 2 Camp Color Stalls, 36 Canteen Strai s. 61,308 Mess Pans. 26,694 Camp Kettles. 2 Bioiey lems. 47 Wall Tent Flies. h Marnnee Tents. 438 Hostdtul Tent Poles, sets. i4 f2 JN Total 22:0 "KOSALIND." The part of "Rosalind," in As You Lihelt, is one which has rarely been well filled, either in this country or in England. An English writer gossips interestingly about the ladies who have been most successful in this charac ter on the stage of that country, together with some dramatio reminiscences. It seems that for a long time the character was deemed too ideal for stage representation. Neither Mrs. Batterton, Mrs. Barry, Mrs. Bracegirdle, Mr3. Mountfort, Mrs. Oldfield, or any of that bril liant class of comedy actresses, ventured to attempt so "colorless a character." Finally an audacious playwright, Charles Johnson, adapted it after his own fashion, "just," says the writer, "as if he had improved his own wine cellar by mixing his claret with his champagne, and pouring his rum into his lihenish. Johnson put some of the speeches of the characters he had left out into the mouths of others of the characters he had reserved. Then some lines in Richard the tiecoud striking him as line, he transferred them into his nrst act, and he was so pleased with the eil'ect that he looked for more good thincs. and finding what he looked for in Mum Ado About jKothiny, he clapped it all into his third act. In the fourth there are soma gems from Twelfth Night ; 'Viola' does duty for 'Rosalind,' and the last scene of the original play is luted in nere, wnetner u wm or no I In the fifth act is inserted much from the Midsummer Ni'jht's Dream, including all the mock nlftv of Puramus and Thisbe. The pretty, saucy, pleasant epilogue is omitted altogether." Two notable "Rosalinds" were Mrs. Booth and Marearet Woffinirton. Of the former, who played the part in 1723, the writer says: "Whence came this English "Rosalind" no LioeraDhv can tell. She first took the town by storm as a dancer. Terpsichore herself Beemed to have visited earth in the person of Hester bantlow, one of whose great points m the ballet was to let her clustered auburn hair Buddenly Ioobo over a pair of lustrous shoul ders .that carried the hearts of the whole house upon them, bhe was so full of fascina tion that even Marlborough would have given her gold for a smile; and Craggs, a cold Secre tary of State, did give her a house, where he wan master and she was mltrRa. Yet her gifts were many, fche had a noft. nweet voice, a refined aspect, and much intel- II ranee: but she who originated, with snob. marked success, the part of 'Dorcas Zeal . ..j. .V In Tins ill hid.' " leiv Iltl iiai v ... ' " Marearet Wollington, like Mrs. Tritohard, l.o.i Tiavd "Oehelia" In the country, but "Rosamond" was her first serjous attempt at rivah in London. Her training had pot been, of the best cpalityj Ler Irish. llrtU EW QUARTERMASTER STORES. DFl'OT QUAnTKRMASTER'S OFFICK, 1 Washington. D. C. October 14. im7. f Will be sold on Til UKHDAY. October 24. at Lincoln Doput. under the direction oi isievet colonel A. P. Blunt, A Q.M.: 5ii Horses. aoArmy wasoas, worn. 60 Mules. lOSnrlue ' " Several of these spring wagons of very superior finlf-li. together with a lot of entirely new Quarter master biorea, consisting in part or lout AniDuiauce isows. ji wagon water 84 Fellies. Buckets. i'Xi sets Lead ho rou liar- 200 Wagon not ironed 200 Boat Oars. 160 Lamps. 80 Coll'ee Mills. 80 Dutch Ovens Tongues, nes. 2f 0 Ollice Desks. 47 Olllce Stools. li CuUlrous, 2"0 Hunks. 2(o w uterine Iliiilles. With a large lot of Horse Medicines, such as l'Hl ll.B. Aloi s. 1 100 gallons Alcohol. UK) lbs. Calomel. 1U0 lbs. Assufu'lnla. loo lbs. Ki'Hom Salts. jluo lbs. Sugar Lead. 8oo bottles Mustang Liniment, etc. Sale to commence at lo A. 61. Termst t ash. In (iovernmeut lunds. Attention Is called to the very superior lot of Mules Ollereu at this stue. Ciitu oimes oi suae can ne nau on application. Goods must be removed within ten days lrom the aayoi saie. iiy oraer oi tue nuariermaHier-uenerai, J. C. McFK.KRAN, Deputy Quartermasler-Oeueral, 10 15 8t Brevet lirigadler-Ueneral U. S. Army. JARCE SALE OF PUBLIC PRERTT. ',07. -I. - ... msi'ttiihiuwu, i iifi jnmnH l.ine.sau- V "ft";- ( i" V rMy' '""y"1 'he united States Mails. . i v rV t,1AJ ?IMOJ;K -Samrday, October 19 rirv ?Z L'VVUN sat n r.l ay. October 26 r ili- Vt MJ.1v v Saturday, November 1 W,W y,'A,!"()lU-Wedneday,November 8 Ua.0 AM WKKP Saturday. November t n,A.n ifbf.VCCxW"",t t"""r'"y nd Wednesday, al noon, from Pier fo. 46, North Itlver. KATKH OF PASSAGE uy the mall steamer sailing every Saturday. Pir. r..Ki aRul" Oold.i Payable lu Currency "i'.TRbl"; l", Steerage t 1 ''"'dou 1061 To London 86 lo Paris nB To Parl8 46 tiM.nK" by li,e Wednesday Steamers: First Cabin, ''eerage. Ho. Payable In U. H. Currency. ' n.T.n i'K,r.M al"i' '"'warded lo Havre. Hamburg, Bre men, etc., at moderate rales. ..ir' "e.i?.B'!,,BK" from Liverpool or Qiieenstown, 40 lSi-JtM'nU be bU'fUt pwon. send- nniJJLft,rther luformatlon apply at the Company's oUlce8- . JOHN U. IMLK, Agliit, ... No. 15 Ult'UIlWAY, N. Y., 8. orNo.4UcHlvSNiri' St., Philadelphia, gffffN HAVANA STEAMERS. fjfl .,.,,.BKMr MONTirLY LINK. CARRTINO THK UNITKD STAlia MAIL, The Steamships HKNDK1CK HUDSON CAPTAIN HOWF9 STAKH AND STKIPKS .CAPTAIN HOLME 1 hese Steamers will leave this port for Havana -very other Tuesday at 8 A.M. " " ill he Steamship HKN DHR K HUDSON (Howos, M aster), will sail for Havana onTUiUAY MOHtf. INO, October 2, at 8 o'clock. wn l'Bssage to Havana, .mi currency. No freight received after Saturday, i'or i rulghl or Passage apply to THOMAS WATTSON A BONS, 91 No, 140 N. HKLAWAHK Avena ' TUB IIIII.AIKI.rilI V AND rPfk?ol"KRN MALh ofhAsisiupum. itiUvwtl'AMV'M KKUULAK HKM.1-MONTUL Y rOHKEW OHI.KANS, I.A., VIA HAVANA. JUNIATA, 1216 tons, Captain P. K. Huxie STAll OK 1 11 K UNION. 1075 tons.Capt.T. N.Cooksey. The JUNIATA will leave for New Orleans on Satur day, October 1, at 8 o'clock A, M.., from Pier 18, OUiilU vv inn Ytn. The STAR Uf TIIK UNION, will leave New nr. leans lur Ihls pori October 1. Through bills of lading signed for freight to Mobile. Galveston. Natcbex, Vicksburg, Memphis, Nasbvillt Cairo, St, Louis, Louisville, and Cincinnati. Agents at New Orleans, ureevy, Nickerson s uo. -sir ttti.x. r r nt . t ... I . . CUAS. K. Dll.KKH. Freight Aeeut. 4 1! No. 814 S. Delaware avenne. piiii.aiei.piiia, nitiinoNo. J;AN1) NOltFOLK STKAMSIUP LINK. AIM L,1NJ iy 111 J!, SOUTH AN1J Wl-Jill WM TnROTJOH RKCfclPTS TO NKWBERN. Also all points in North and South Carolina, via Seaboard and Roanoke Railroad, aud to Lynchbuig va., jeuuessee anu tue west, via i-torioitc, 1'eters burg, South-Side Railroad, and Richmond and Dan. Ville Railroad. The regularity, safety ana cheapness or this routs commend It lo the public as the most desirable medium for carrying every description of freight. No charge for commission, drayage, or any exponas Of transfer. Steamships Insure at lowest rates, and leava reim. larly from first wharf above Market street. reigut received uauy. YVlL.ljL.aiU. 1". UU No. 14 North and South tVHAkVirq W. P. rORTi.lt. Agent at Richmond and I'ltv Point. T. P. CKOWELL CO., Agents at Norfolk. 6 1 V 1IT PIII1.1 ncr nmmw m StFfts BOUTUFRN MAIL STKAMSHtP COM. JLUlB. PAN Y'H RKOULAR LINK TONA WANDA, 860 tons, Captain Wm. Jennings. W YOMINO. 860 tons. CaDtaln Jacob Taal. The steamshlD W YOMINO will leava for tha above port on Saturday, October 19, at 8 o'clock A, m ., iroiu i-ierioDouiu vvuarves. Tb rou I'll naasaea tickets sold, and freleht taken fn all points in connection with the Georgia Central Rail, road. WILLIAM L. JAMES, General Agent, CHAb. JJ1UKM, Freight Agent, No. 814 S. Delaware avennA. Agents at Savannah, Hunter & Gaiuinell. 4 1 THE PHILADELPHIA Alwn .SOUTHERN MAIL STKAMSU IP l;UM. PAIS I 'O JIKGULA R SKM I-MONTUL Y LIFJS, The steamship PIONKKK, 812 tons, Captain J. Ben. Hi... I. J , . ICR, Q IV! .l.D HUIJ V W Ulll , Oil iUUIOUIiyi Ooiober 17, at 6 o'clock P. M,. from Pier 18 South Yvuarves. Bills oi lading signed at through and reduced ratet to all principal points In North Carolina. Agents at Wilmington, worm ncu-auiei. w l JU1.J am jj, jaiuivi,uciji:iri AKUiit, CHAS. K. DILKFS. Freight A cent. 4 12 No. 314 b. Delaware aveuao, -pkk. PABSAGB TO AND FROM It-1 1 GRKAT BRITAIN AND 1RKLAMD D A JmJm.ui. on x at niii oaiuitiur AAVAiii'li. AT KtDUCEI) RATKS. DRAFTS AVA1LABLKTHROUOUOUTENGLAJSJ3 IRJCLAND, SOOTLiAlND, AflD W AlilUj. For particulars apply to TA PSUOTTS, BROTHERS fXJ No. 86 SOUTH Street, and No. 28 BROADWAY. 11 Or to THUS. T. HKAKLK, No, 217 WALNUT MEW EXPBEHN LINE T Alexandria, Georgetown, and Washington, w an couneclious at Alexandria lrom the most dlreoi route for Lynchburg, Bristol. Knoxville. Nashville, Dalton, and the Southweet. Steamers leave regularly from the first wharf abovi Market street. Freight received aauy. No. 14 North and south Wharves. J. R. DAVIDSON. Aeent at Georgetown. M . LLJUlUDUii & Co.. Agents at Alexandria, Vg glula, el vaCW APPOSITION TO MONO t-SSRT-POy- DAILY LINE FOR BA LIT KrhiXiaMORK Via Chesapeake and Dels wait Canal. Philadelphia and Baltimore Union Steamboat Com pai.y, dully at 2 o'clock P, M. 'the Steamers of this line are now plying regularly oetween ibis port aud Baltimore, leaving ihe second wharf below Arch street dally at 2 o'clock P, M, ibunnays excepieu. Currying all description of Freight as low as any Other line. Freight nanuieu wivu great, care, aenverea promptly, and iiorwarded to all points beyond the terminus Iree of commission. Particular attention paid to the transportation of all description ol Merchandise, Horses, Carriages etc. etc. For lurther information apiny io JOHN D. RUOFF, Agent, 516 No. 18 N. DELAWARE Avenue. StfrTis FWR NEW TOItK, VIA DELA jri-r ware aud Rarltan Canal. . leave Daily from first wharf below Market street, Through in twenty-four hours. Goods forwarded to all points, North, East, aud West, free of commission, Freight receiveu at me luwmi raiea. RAILROAD LINES. WM. P. CLYDE & CO., Agents, jno. 14 soutu wharves. JAMES HAND. Agent. No. 104 Wall street, New York, ltf Office Aiimv Clotjiikci and Kuutpaok,, ex. Lol-ih, Missoi Vbiuuoi iv,iir Will be sold at Public Auction, at the I)epof Army Clothing aud Equipage, No. 919 N. Main street, St. Louis, on the 2uth day of October Instant, commencing at 11 o'clock A. M., the following articles of Army Clothing aud Equipage, viz,: 87,500 WOOLLEN ItLANHETM. These Blankets are all Dew, and In ihe best condi tion, and oiler great inducements to dealers. A small quantity of damaged property will be sold at the same time and place. Samples of all may be seen al the Depot at any time previous to the sale. Terms Cash lu Government funds, ten per cent. down; the balance before tbe goods are taken from the Depot, which must be within five days after the sale, under forleiture of tbe purchase aud the ten per cent, deposited. By order of tbe Quartermaster-General, 10 16 lit JOHN F. BODGE RS, Captain and Military Storekeeper, U. s. A, QEORCE PLOWMAN, OAllPENTERAND BUILD Kit, To No. 134 DOCK Htreot, FOU NEW YO II K NIVIFT. ruvr- BUKhl Transportation Compauy De- a;m,.s spate li and Swlttsure Llues, via Dela ware and Rarltan canal, on auu aner the 16th of March, leaving daily at n M. ana s r. M connecting with all Northern and Eastern lines. For freight, which will be tuken on accommodating terms, apply to TT. rT . 1 1 No. 162 S. DELAWARE Avenue. NOTtriJ TO 1TAVAXIA CHTDnPno 4$ ("ft Shippers In the Cuba trade are hereby infills! t Ifcnotlned that the stwamers of this Hue will hereafter touch regularly at Havana, both going aud returning, and will sail promptly as advertised. VN 11.L1iJi.Ju i j amm, ueuerai Agnui, Philadelphia and Southern Mail steamship Co., 10 16 tt No. 814 South DELAWARE Avenue. JftkVU TO SHIP CA1TAINH and owneus, XLlL?kZ The undersigned having leased the KEN. SiiNU ION SCREW DOCK, begs to luforin bis friends aud the patrons of the Dock thai he Is prepared with increased facilities to accommodate those having ves sels to be raised or repaired, and being a practical ship-carpenter and caulker, will give personal atten tion to me vessels euirusieu w uiui lur repairs. Caplainsor Agents, Ship-Carpenters, and Machinists having vessels to repair, are solicited to call. Having the agency iur me saie oi weiwrBieun It I , . ,11 . , I .... II M. . ...... . . .. I .. . rH)Ub JXieiaillU V4IIUIUVIUU Uir XJiri'tlT .n,u, .us the preservation of vessels' bottoms, foi this city, I am prepared to liuulsh lae same on reasonauie lerma. jxjnn xl. iiAmmi i , Kensington Screw Dock, 1 11 DELAWARE Avenue, above Laurel street. COAL. BMIDDLETON & CO., DEALERS IN . HARLKIGH LEHIGH and KAOLK VEIN COAL. Kept dry under cover. Prepared expressly for family use. Yard, No. 1226 WAMliLNUTOJS Aveuue. othce, No. 614 WALNUT Street. 1M III PHILADELPHIA. WILLIAM . U A N : .WM1HS1()N MKRCHANT. 40, 88 D, PaliAITAnn . t uuu, MMwv.i.. i Dnpont's Gunpowder, Refined Nitre, Charcoal, Etc, w. liaker & oo.'s unoooiate, uucu.,.uu Crocker Bros. A Co,' VeUQW Mttlai WiHathtng 8. WALLS. DRPKH. ETC. AMERI CAN CONCRETE PAINT COMPANY, Olnce T00F8, 1 , fl.M No 648 N. THIRD street. For preventing all roofs from leaks, to keep walls Iree fioul dauipuess, and deckw, tauks, cisierus, and InlnW of every klud tight, and bottoms of ships, etc., from worms, ends of posts that go luto the earth sound, and materials generally from corroding ttjid.decay, this Palul stands un equalled. For Haiti In cans or casks, ready lor use at all times, aud lulled to ail climates. READING It A I L li O A . uu i , t AT TRUNK LINE V.i'i xf-1,1.1!.'1! TO Til E INTERIOR Ol .Pf.,-S!5V,iV?.,A' THK HCHUYLKILL. SUli J,' d&f&S V'MBKKl'AND, AND WYOMING )K WHAbA8 NORTH, NORTHWEST, AND FALL' All RANG RMKNT OF PASSENGER TRAINS. MONDAY, September 30. W7, I.eaving the onipaii'8 Depot, at TH IRTEkNTB fowln nouVs1 BtreetB- Philadelphia, at thefol- " i??VRml?0 ACCOMMODATION, At 7 80A.M., for Reading nri intermediate Htatlons, pKr.lK&lrtVSTp11" driving h. MORN 1 NO KYPCIi-Ba A. '"r heading, Lebanon, Harrlshnrg, Poltsvllle, Pinegrove, I'amauHa, Sunbury, Wllllama! port, Elm Ira, Rochester, Niagara Falls, Rullalo. Allentown, Wllkesbarre, PltUiton, York. Carlisle Cbambernburg, Hagernlown, elo. etc. 1 bis train connects at RKAliING with East Penn sylvania Railroad trains for Allentown, etc., and th Lebanon Valley train for Harrlsburg, etc., at PORT CLIN ION with Cntawlssa Railroad trains for WB li,i",7A,l,r,,'LU!'k .JlRve"f Elmira. etc.; at HARRIS ItU ltd Willi Northern Central iimbeiland Valley and Schuylkill and Susquehanna trains for Northum berland, Wllllamsport, York, Chambersburg, Floe trove, etc, AFTERNOON EXPRF.SS L'AVes Philadelphia at 880 P. M., for Rending Poltiiville, Harrlsburg, etc., connecting with Readlua and Colunibla Railroad trains for Columbia, oto. I'O'l 1 STOWN ACCOM MOD ATI ON Leaves Pottstown at 6-46 A. M., stopping at Inter mediate Stntlons; arrives In Philadelphia at 06 A M Returning, leaves Philadelphia at 6 66 P.sVL: arrlvea In Pottstown at 6 00 P. M. READING ACCOMMODATION I.paves Reading Bt 7":to A. M stoppiig at all way stations, arriving at Philadelphia at 1U16 A. ML. Returning, leaves Philadelphia at 6'UU P. M.; arrive D Reading at 7 46 P. M. Trains for i'hlladelpbla leave Harrlsbnrg at 8-10 A. M., and 1'ottsvllle at 8'46 A. M., arriving In Philadel phia at PtKi P. M. Afternoon trains leave Harrlsburg al 210 P. M Poltsvllle at 2 46 P. M arriving In Phil delphla at 646 P. M. HAHRlSBUBQ ACCOMMODATION Leaves Reading at 7-15 A. M and Harrlstnirg al 4-10 P. M. Connecting at Reading with Afternoon Accommodation south at 6'30 P, M arriving in Phila delphia at 9'10 P. M. Market train, with passenger car attached, leaves Philadelphia at 12'46 noon lor Poltsvllle and all way stations. Leaves Pottsvilleat 7'UB A, M. for Philadel phia and all way stations, All the above trains run dally, Sundays excepted, Sunday trains leave Poltsvllle at s oil A. At,, and Philadelphia at 3-lf P. M. Leave Philadelphia for Reading at 800 A. M., returning from Reading at 1'u CHESTER VALLEY RAILROAD. Passengers lor Downlnglown , aud intermediate folnls take tbe 7-80A. M., and 6-oo-P, M, trains from hiladelphla, returning from Downlnglown at STu A. M, and 1-uu p. m. NEW YORK EXPRESS FOR PITTSBURO AMI THE WEST 4 Leaves New York Bt V A. M, and 5 and 8 PM. passing Reading at 1'80 A. M and P60 and 10-06 P M and connecting at Harrlsburg with Pennsylvania-and Northern Central Railroad express trains for Pitts burg, Chicago. Wllllamsport, Elmira, Baltimore, eto. Returning, express train leaves Harrlsburg on ar rival of the Pennsylvania express from Pittsburg al 3 and 8'45 A. M. aud 9 P. M., passing Reading at 4 aud 10-80 A. M., and 4-20 and 11-16P. M andarrlvlnt In New Y ork at lu lu A. M., and 4'4o aud 6-20 P. M Sleeplugtcars accompany these trains through betweej JerBi-y City and Pittsburg, without change. A mall train for New York leaves Harrlsbnrg at2'l( P. M, Mall train for Harrlsburg leaves New Yorl SCHUYLKILL VALLEY RAILROAD. Trains leave Potltvllle at 7 and 11-30 A. M., and7-t P. M returning from Tamaqua at 7'8S A. M. audi- and 416 P.M. Bt-HU YLKILL AND 8USQUEH ANN A RAILROAD Trains leave Auburn at 7'60 A. M. for PInegrove and Harrlsburg, and 1-60 P. M. for PInegrove and Tremont, returning from Harrlsburg at 8-20 P. M and fromTra mout at 7 36 A. M. and 6-2.6 P. M. TICKETS. Through flrnt-cIoKs tickets and emigrant tickets to all the principal points In tbe North and West and Canada. Excursion tickets from Philadelphia to Reading and Intermediate stations, good for one day only, are sold by Morning Accommodation. Market train, Reading and pottstown Accommodation trains, at reduced rates. Excursion tickets to Philadelphia, good only for one day, are sold at Reading and Intermediate stations, by Reading and Pottstown Accommodation trains, at reduced rates. Tbe following tickets are obtainable only at the office of B. BRADFORD, Treasurer, No, 227 S, FOURTH Street. Philadelphia, or of U. A, NICOLLH, General Superintendent, Reading: COMMUTATION TICKETS At 25 per cent, discount, between any points desired for families and Arms. MILEAGE TICKETS, Good for 2000 miles between all points, (6260 each for lamllies and firms. SEASON TICKETS, For tiirt-e, mi, um., vr .uunftba, ww hoiam Only, to all points, at reduced rates, CLERGYMEN Residing on the line of the road will be furnished cards entitling themselves and wives to tickets at hall fare. EXCURSION TICKETS From Philadelphia to principal stations, good for Baturly. Huiiduy. and Monday, at reduced tare, to be bail only at uie Ticket uuiun, at TAliAt'riiUixix and CALLOWHILL Streets. FREIGHT. Goods of all descriptions forwarded to all the above points from the Company's Freight Depot, BROAD aud WILLOW Streets. FREIGHT TRAINS Leave Philadelphia dally at 6-80 A.M., 12'46 noon, and 6 P. M., for Reading, Lebanon, Harrlsburg, Polls ville, Port Clinton, and all points forward. MAILS Close at tbe Philadelphia Post Office for all places on the road and Its branches at 6 A. M., and fur the principal stations only at 2 16 P. M. 4 8 PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL K 1LR0AD WINTER TIME, TAKING EFFECT OCT. 13, 1867. The trains of the Pennsylvania Central Railroad leave the Depot, at THIRTY-FIRST and MARKET Streets, which is reached directly , by the Market Streetcars, me., lost car connecting will leaving Front aud Market streets thirty minutes bo- fore Its departure, The Chesnut and Walnut Streets curs run within one square nf the Depot, On Sundays The Market Street cars leave Front and Market Streets thirty-live minutes before the departure of each train. Sleeping car Mickets can ce naa on application at the Ticket office, N. W. cor. Ninth and Chesnut streets. aud at tbe Depot. Agents of tbe Union Transfer Company will call for and deliver baggage at the Depot. Orders left at No, 901 Chesnul street, or No. 1 South Eleventh street, will receive attention. T. , . Mall Train - 8-00 A. M, Fust Line and Erie Express 12 oo M. Paoll Accommodation, No. 1 l'OO P. M. Harrlsburg Accommodation 2'3u P. M. I.ancaHter Accommodation 4 U0 P, M. Parkesburg Train 6-uO P. M. Western Accommodation Train 615 P. M. Erie Mali 11'IS P. M. Cincinnati Express 8 i-O P. M. Philadelphia Express 11-16 P. M. paoll Accommodation, No. 2 9 00 P. M. Accommodation 1200 P. M. Erie Mall leaves uany, except tiaiuruay. Philadelphia Express leaves dally. All other train dally, except Sunday. The Western Accommodation Train runs dally, except Sunday. For full particulars as to fare aud accommodations, apply to FRANCIS FUNK, Ageut, No. 137 ll't- ii rtrei. TRAINS ARRIVE AT DEPOT, VIZ.: Clnclnnatl Express - 110 A. M. Philadelphia i-.xpresH - iu &. ai. Paoli Aceommuuatiou, No. 1 8'2u A. M, Erie Mail 9 06 A.M. Fast Line. 9'05 A, ML, Parkesburg Train.......... - 940 A, M, i -ni-iLHier Train m 110 P. M. Erie Express..- 110 P. M. Day Express O il) f. M. punll Accommodation, No. 2 710 P. M. Harrlsburg Accommodation.... 9 50.P. M, Eor lurther information appiy ui nor imi-u JUHN c. ALLEN, Ticket Agent, No. 901 Cll hiSN UT Street. SAMUEL H. WALLACE, Ticket A Kent at the DeooL The Pennsylvania Railroad Company will not as sume any risk for Baggage, except lor Wearing Ap iiarel, end limit their responsibility to One Hundred Dollars In value. All Baggage exceeding that amount in value win ue at tue riaa oi me owner, uuiwn taaea by .peca, EDWA RD H. WILLIAMS, 4 29 General Superintendent, Altoona, Pa. T)inL&.hELnUA AND ERIE RAIUtOAl).- WINTER TIME TABLE. Through and direct route between Philadelphia, Baltimore, Harrlsburg, Wllllamsport, aud the Great hi vieL-lon nf Pennsylvania. vLl 0 ANT SLEEPING CARS on all Night Trains. On aud alter MONDAY, October 14. 1867, tbe trains on the Philadelphia and Erie Railroad will run as follows:- WKSTWABD. ....ii Train leaves Philadelphia 8'00 P, M. " leaves Wllllamsport . 8 06 A. ML, " arrives at Erie 846 p. M. irrle Express leaves Philadelphia u uu noon. Erie "f. iave Wllllamsuorl 8 46 p. M. i. 11 arrives at Erie 46 A. M, irinilra Mall leaves Philadelphia 800 A. M. .. " leaves Wlillamspori o- r. M, arrive at Lock Haveu 7 46 p, ML VIHTWIKIL -trail Train leaves Erie m....m......m..........10'40 A. M, Man lf".u,VH1 willlamsnorl..- .11'40 P. M " arrives at plnladelphia-...-........,. 8 65 A. ML, Erie Express leaves Erie M P. M, .i ' leaves Wllllamsport 8 '60 A. M, i arrives at FblladelpUl-... i uo r, M, Tri,ir& Mall leaves I.nck Haven m..... 710 A. M, .. leavea WIlllaniHiiort -('86 A.M. h arrives at Philadelphia 610 P. M, u.u anrl EiiireHaftniiuei-.twlth all trains on Warren and Franklin Railway, passengers leaving Phlladel- lib la at li'vv m, arrive at uvuidmis -w iwaiwuu f.. ....... uU'IUi A U Leavlu7 PhlUdeiphl- lit 8 0C P M., ItfrlVefttOU CAyiruamsPonMWarren and franklin Railway matt. ch.se connections at Oil Cltf with trains for Fraukllj audPewoleuxaVvaUe, .eKirTVLKur IH y vueral Uuperluteudeatj RAILROAD LINES. "iRfV7 F0R NEW YORK. THE CAMDEN J.OU f and Amboy and Philadelphia and Trenton Railroad company's Lines, from Philadelphia to New York and Way Pisces, from WALNUT Street Wharf, will leave as follows, viz.: -tar-. At A. M., via Camden and Amboy, Acrom t2-gtj a i s a. al, viacamaeu ana jersey uity, ex pres. D1KI1 .. ST-U A t 2 P. M.. via Camden and A mho V. Exnrewi. 800 At 6 P. M., via Camden and Amboy, Ao-f 1st class, 225 COmmodatron and KmieranL.- lid r.laaa. 1'MI At 8 A. M., 2 and 6 P. M., for Mount Holly, Ewansvlllft, I'em tier ton, Birmingham, aud Vinceutowsn.aud 6 P, M . for Mount H nllw nulir At 6 A. M. and 2 P. if. for Freehold. At e, 8 and to A. M., l and 8-ao P. M., for Trenton. 1 o, b ana to a. ni., l, 2, 8-30. &, s, anu ii-ho i. ju.., lor Bordenlown, Burlington, Beverly, and Delanco. At 8 and lo A. ar i o n.ii k n,i ii'-ni p M fa Florence. ' At and 10 A. M., 1,8',10, 8, , and ll-M) t. ML., for Edge waier. Riverside, Rlverton, and Palmyra. At 6 and 10 A. M L 86o, 6, and U'30 P. M., for Fish House. Tlin 1 and 1180 P. M. T.lnna taatra trnm Xr.rbal Street Perry, upper side. , LJNEH FROM KENSINGTON DEPOT W 111 leave as follows: At 11 A. M.. 4'8ll P. M.. and 7 P. M nlirhtl. via Kn. slngton and Jersey City, New York Express Lluo. I pi e, At 8. 1015 and 11 A. M.. a-xo. x-xi i-tin s and P. M.. for Trrnum and Rrlstol. At 8 and 1016 A. M.. 2'itO, 5, and 12 P. ML., for Morris Ville and Tullytown. At 8 and 1016 A M.. 280. 4-80. K. and 11 P. M. Inr Bcbencks. At 1016 A. M., lao and 8 P. M., for Eddlngton, At 71 and 1016 A.M., 280, 4, 8, , and 12 P. M., for Cornwell'B, Torreedale, Holmesburg, Tacony, Wissl nonilng, Brldesburg, and Frankford, and at 8 P.M. iur iiuiiiifiiijurK auu uiierme4iiaie Btaiious. DEtlM IlL'U l,r IiL I A .r At,l.-l.i.i...nv From Kenniiiirtitn Iiiti,tt At A.M. for Niagara Falls, Hullalo, Dunkirk, Cannndalgua, Elmira, Ithaca, Owe-so, Rochester, BliiKhanilou, Oswego, Syracuse, Great Bend. Mou. trose,WUkesbarre,Scranton,Ulroudsburg, Water Gap. etc. etc. At 8 A.M. and 830 P. M. for Belvldere. Easton. Lamberlvllle, Flemlngton, etc. i ne 8'8ii F. M. Line connects direct with the Train leaving Easton for Mauch Chunk. Allentown. Bethle hem, etc. At e P.M. for Lanibertvllle and Intermediate Stations. Lines rrom West Philadelphia Depot, via Connect ing Railway, will leave as follows: At K-00 A. M.. and 180 and 8-80 P. M. Washington and New York Express Lines, via Jersey City, Fare, 83 26. The 8 no P. M. Line will run dallv. All otners. Snr.days excepted. uctooer 7, 1867. w&l. H. OAUMiu, Agent, RAILROAD LINES. PHILADELPHIA, WILMINGTON AND BAL T1MORE RAILROAD. TIME TABLE. Commencing MONDAY, September 30, 1R7, Train will leave Depot, corner BROAD Street and WASH- liuiun a veuue, as loiiows: Way Mall Train at 8 30 A. M. (Sunday excepted, for Baltimore, stopping at all regular stations. Con necting with Delaware Railroad at Wilmington for Cr Is 11 eld and Intermediate stations. Express Train at 12 M. (Sunday excepted) for Baltimore and Washington. Express Train at 8'eo P. M. (Sunday excepted) for Baltimore and Washington, slopping at Chester, Than low, Lin wood, Claymont, Wilmington, NewDort, Stan, ton, Newark, Elklon, Northeast, Charleetown, Perry. ..II!., II .., ,1 ( J r .wi A l,.,-.l Uuw..manl. I.' I . iii... i ' m . . . , j, u i . v. t- , , a ... ( j ii.nu a, jj.UgV wood, Magnolia, Chase's, and Slemmer's Run. is ight express at ii-uo p. M. ( dally ) lor Baltimore and "Washington. Connects at Wilmington (Saturdays excepted) with Delaware Railroad Line, stopping at Newcastle, Mlddletown, Clayton, Dover, Barring, ton, Seaford, Salisbury, Princess Anne, aud connect ing at Crlsheld with Boat for Fortress Monroe, Nor folk, Portsaiouth, and the South. Passengers for Fortress Monroe and Norfolk via Baltimore will take the 11 M. Train. Via Crla field will take the 11 00 P. M. Train. WILMINGTON '1 11A1 CNO. Stopping at all kij.1 Inns hetwean PhlladOlohla and Wilmington. Lieave rniiaue-i-ui at 1-uu, -uu, q w, ana ii'su i daily) P. M. The 480 P. M. Train connects with Delaware Railroad for Mllford and Intermediate sta tions. Tbe 600 P. M. Train runs to New Castle. Leave Wilmington at 7 and 8 A, ML., 4O0, and 680 (dally) P. ML. lllOM 13AL.liaiUH.lt 1(1 FMlLiALIHajFHlA. Leave Baltimore 725 A. M.. Way Mall. Ssb A. M., Express, 216 P. M., Express, 8 86 P. M., Express, 866 P. M., Express. BUJX1IAI 11. liiUlU UAJjllUXUH-h Leaves Baltimore at 8 '66 P. M.. stoDDlne at Havre- de-Grace, Perryvllle, and Wilmington. Also stop at JNorineast, Itinion, ana newars: to taae passenger for Philadelphia and leave passengers from Washing ton or Baltimore, aud at Chester lo leave passenger from Washington or Baltimore. Through Tickets to all point West. Booth, and Bouthwest, may be procured at the Ticket Olllce, No, ba run KSJN U X mreet, uuuer vne -uoutiuentai jaotei, wbereialso state-roomB and berths Insleeplngcarscan be secured during, tlie day. Persons nurchaHlng tickets at vi. in voice can tlielr baKBaaetuueclsea at tuelx resmeuce bylhe union Transier uompauy. X xl. x. ivi-iiin, x , Dupermtenueni, TTTEST CHESTER AND PHILADELPHIA (I HAiiiBUAn, via jufuia. VVlfllP,K AKKANI4H.niHN'r. On and Bller MONDA Y. October 7. I mil. Tralna will L.eavt) A-nuaueipma lor Went Chester, at7 41A.M.. 11A.M.. 280 P. M .. 4IK P. M A-rj P. M u-.r, P i aJ 11-80 P.M. ' Leave Westchester for Philadelphia, from Depot on East Market street, at A. M., 7-45 A. M.. 8 0 and 1046 A.. M., 168 r, m., 4'6o and 665 P. M. Trains leaving West Chester at 800 A. M., and leav Ing Philadelphia at 460 P. M., wlil stop at B. O. Juno tlou and Media only. Passengers to or from stations between Went Ches ter and B. C. Junction going east, will take train leaving west vuesier at in a. m., ana going west will take train leaving PhlladelDhla at 4-60 V n.7 and transfer at B. C Junction. Tlie Market Street cars will be In waiting, as nsnal, at Thlny-tlrst and Market streets, .on the arrival oi each train, to convey pauseugenj mio the city; and for lines leavlne the Depot take the can nn Marimi street, the lost car connecting with each train leaving Front and Market streets thirty minutes previous to derarture. M w.,. ol . . . The cuesnut anu ty kuui cn.rwt oars connect with all of the above trains, carrying passengers down Chesnut street, past the principal hotels aud the Cam den aud Amboy RR. olllce, at Walnut street wharf. passing out bN SUNDAYS" Leave Philadelphia at 8so A. M. and S P. M. Leave West Chester at 766 A. M. aud 4 P. M. The ears on Market street will ' connect with all Sunday trains, both ways, as usual, leaving Front and Market streets thtrty-ti Ve minutes before the train leaves Depot, and will leave Depot on arrival of each train, lo carry passengers into the city. Trains leaving ruuaaeipnia at i to a. hi. auu i-nu r, M., and leaving West Chester at 800 A. M. and 460 P, M., connect at B. C. Junction with trains on P. and B, C. R. R., for Oxford aud Intermediate points. Passengers are allowed to take wearing apparel rill 1 47 1 llHl'l'HliA. & 1 1(1 the Company will not In tut case be responsible for an amount exceeding one hun dred dollars, nnles a Bpeclal wutraot 1 made for .too game. HENRY WOOD, 4 yif ueuerai ouperinteuaeni. PHILADELPHIA, GERMANIOWS, AN1 NOKlUttTOWN RAILROAD. TIME TABLE, On and alter Wednesday, May 1, lflsT. FOR GERMANTOWN. Leave Philadelphia 6, 7, 8,8 06, lo. 11, 12 A. M, 1,2, 8V,8!.,4,6, b, 610, 7,8,9,10,11, 12 P. M. Leave Germantown 6, 7, 7H, 8, 820, 8, 10, U, 12 A. M. l,2,8,4,4k,.64.7, 8, , 10, 11 P. M. The k-20Down Train and a' and 6 Up Train will not stop on the Germaiuown Branch. v ON SUNDAYS." Leave Philadelphia t A. M. 2, 7. 10V P, M. Leave Germantown 8i A. M. 1. 8. V P. M. CHEMNUT HILL RAILROAD. Leave Philadelphia 6, 8, lu, 12 A. M. 2, 83', 6X, 7. t Leave Chesnut Hill 710, 8. 40. and 1140 A. M. l-, MU. M0. 840. 840. ""Va, Leave Philadelphia b A. M. 2 aud 7 P. M. Leave Chesuut Hill 760 A. M. 1240. 640, and 928 P'foR fjONSHOHOCKEN AND NORRISTOWN. L ave Philadelphia 6, 74., and 1106 A. M. 1,1, 4H. 6. 8J. 806, and 11H P. M. Leave Norrlstown 640, 7, 760, . and U A. M. IX, I, 4i.6X. and 8X1 P. MjN 8UMDAyB Tave Philadelphia 8 A, M., 280 and 7-15 P.M. Leave Norrlstown 7 A. li., 530 and P. M. Leave r.orr yoR WAJSAYlJNi. Leave Philadelphia 6. 1. 9, aud U 05 A, ML. IX, a, Aii 6!- 6-. 806, uk. and ll P. M. tuate wanyuuk 810, 7, 820, X, and 11). A. M. I 6 6V. 9. and lo P. If, Leave Philadelphia 9 A. M. 2S and 1H P. M. Leave Manaytiuk 7 V, A, M. 8 and 9X P.M. W. s, WILSON, General Superintendent. I Depot, NINTH and GREEN Streets. WEST JERSEY RAILROAD LINES, FROM loot Of MARKET Street (Upper Ferry), Commencing TUESDAY, September 17, 1887. For Bridgetou, fcaieai Vlnelaud, MillvHle, and In termediate stations, 800 A. M-, and 880 P. M. For Cape May 8'30 P. M. vr w,.1hnrv at 800 A. M.. and 330 and 800 P. M. Freight Train leaves ("amden at 12 M. (noon) daily. Freight will be received at Second Covered Wharf below Walnut street, rrom 700 A. M. until 500 P. Mi Freight received before 800 A. M. will go forward Uit .U,,,U lltf. Freight Delivery. No. 828 8. DELAWARE Avenue. 7 2 II wiiiuau J. BBn jll.li, (superintendents TTMTKI STATES REVENUE STAMPS. V J rrincipai L-epoi, n u. ai unr.flftui mreet. Central Depot. No. 10 J 8. FIFTH Street, on door below Chtsnut. Established 1864. Revenue BUinpi of every description constantly on band lu any amount. Osdura Iit Mall or Express promptly attended to. Doited States Notes, Drafts on Philadelphia or New York, or current fundi received in payment. . Particular attention paid to mall onion. Tha decisions of the Covmlsaion can be Conialtsd; and any uiiotmaUou regarding Ui law (Uvv"uU iia NORTH PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. THE MIDDLE ROUTE.-Hhortt and most direct route to Bethlehem, A Ren-town, Mauch Uhmtk. Har.elton, White Haven, Wilkesbarre, Mahanoy OltyJ Mount Carmel, Plttston, Scranlon, and all points Ta tbe Leblgb, Mahanoy, and Wyoming coal region. Passenger Depot In Philadelphia. N. W. corner Of BERKS and A M ERICAN Street. BCMMER ARRANGEMENT, NINE DAILY TRAINS, On and after WEDNESDAY, May 8, lsft7, Pa.wntr4r trains leave the New IX'pot, corner Berks and Amorl can streets, daily (Sundays excepted), as folio waj At 746 A. M. Morning Kxpreas for Bethlehem aan Principal Stations on North Pennsylvania Railroad, connecting at Bethlehem withtLelilgh'Valley Itallroa nr Allenlown, Catasauqua,4latlngton, Maucta Chunk, jveatherly, Jeansvllle, Har.elton, White Haven, Wllkesbarre, Plttsion, Scranton, and all potnta la Lehlgia and Wyoming Valleys; bIso, In connection with Lehigh and Mahanoy Railroad, for Mahaikoy C ly, and with atawlnsa Railroad, tor Rupert, Dan ville, Milton, aud Wllllannport. Arrive at Mauoa Chunk at 1205 A.M.: at Wllkesbarre at 8 P. M.: at M hanoy (lty at 2 P. M.s at Scranton at 4 06 P. M, Passengers by this train can take the Leblgh Valley train, passing Ilethlebem at 1165 P. M., for Easton, YorkPOlU' 0U tieW JerBwy t-ntral Kallroad to New At 8'5 A. M. Accommodntton'fbrjHiylestown.sl-opi ping at all Intermediate alatlons. Passenger for Willow Grove, Hatboro, and Harts ville. by tula train, take the stage at Old York road. At 1016 A. M. Accommodation for Fort Washing ton, sto ping at Intermediate stations. At l8o P. M. Express for Bet hleheaa, Allentown 1 Mauch Chunk, While Haven, Wllkesbarre, Mahanoy City , Cenlralla, Sbepandoah, Mount Carrael, l'lttston. Scranlon, and all points In the Mahanoy and Wyo ming Coal regions. Passenger for Greenville tA this train to Uuakertown. At 246 P, M.Acromrraodatlon for Doylentown," stopping at all Intermediate stations. Passengers taka stage at Doylesiown for New Hope; at North Waler for Sumnevtown. At 4 P. M. Accommodation for Doylestown, top" ViW ' Jil lutermedlate stations. Passengers ft Willow Grove, Hatboro, and Hartsvllle. take atacfl at Ablngtnn; for Lumburvllle at Doyleaijvvo. AL fi-2u P. M. Tlirniitfh uyvininuuliiilf.n ni.i hem and all stations on main Hue of North Pennsyl vania Railroad, connecting at Bethlehem with Lehlgia Valley Evening train lor Eaatou, AJleutown. aud Mauch Chunk. At 620 p. m. Accommodation for Lansdale, itoM ping at all intermediate stations. At 1180 P. U. Accommodation for Fort WastH lngton. TRAINS ARRIVE IN PHILADELPHIA.' From Belli lehem, at 916 A.M., 2'6 and 840 P, ML, 205 P. M. train makes direct connection with Lehlgb Valley trains from Easton, Wllkesbarre, Mahanoy City, and II ail eto u. Passengers leaving Kastoaaa 1120 A. M. arrive In Philadelphia at 206 P. ML. Passengers leave Wllkesbarre at 180 P. ML., connect at Bethlc-hem at 616 P. M., and arrive In Philadelphia From 'Doylestown at 8'25 A. M., 610 P, IL, AtttI 40 P. M. From Lansdale at 730 A. M. From Fort Washington at 1150 A, ML, and 805 P. IC ON SUNDAYS. Philadelphia for Bethlehem at 9-30 A. M. Philadelphia for Doylestown at 246 P. ML. Doylestown to Philadelphia at 720 A. M Bethlehem to Philadelphia at 480 P. M. Fifth and Sixth Streets Passenger car convey pa sengers to and from tbe new depot. W hite cars of Second and Th4rd Streets line aik Union line run within a short distance of the Depot. . Tickets must be proeured at the Ticket Ollioa la order to -.ecure Uie lowest rates of fare. ELLIS CLARK, Agent. Tickets sold and Baggage checked through to prlnV clpal points at Mann' North Pennsylvania Baggage Expreaa Olllce, l No. 105 8. FIFTH Btreet. PHILADELPHIA AND BALTIMORE CESa TRAL RAILROAD, Summer AarrangemenlaJ On and alter SATURDAY, June L 1867, Train wUI leave Philadelphia, from Ihe Depot of the West Chester and Philadelphia Railroad, corner of THIRTY-FIRST and CH EH NUT Street (Weet Phila delphia), at 7'15 A. M. and 41 P. M. Leave Rising Sun at 6 16 and.Oxford at 6M A, 1C3 and leave Ox ford at 826 P. M. A Maaket Train, with Passenger Oar attached, will ran on Tuesdays and Fridays, leaving tbe Rising Ban al 11-15 A. ML., Oxford at 1200 M., and Kenneit at loa P. M., connecting at West Chester Junction wlUt sv Tialn for Philadelphia. On Wednesday and Sato days train leave Philadelphia at 280 P. M., ioa lng through to Oxford. . .. The Train leaving Philadelphia t 7"1S A. V. con nects at Oxford with a dally Hue of Htagea for Peart Bottom. In Lancaster county. Returning, leaves Peach Bottom to connect at Oxford witb Uie Aflecs noon Train lor Philadelphia. Tbe Train leaving Philadelphia at 4' 60 P. M. rtUU la Rising Bun, Md. . . Passengers allowed to take wearing apparel only, as baggage, and the Company will not In any oase ba responsible for an amount exceeding one hundred dollars, unless a special contract be made for theaaioe Hi HJHiSKY WOO General gurt. ENGINES, MACHINERY, ETC ft r tt , 'PENN BTEAM ENGINE ANU BOILER WORKS. NEAFIE A T.ervf RACilCAL AND THEORETICAL ENGINEJCRal MACHINISTS, BOILER MAKERS, BLACK SMITHS, and FOUNDERS, having for many year been In successful operation, and oeen exaJaslveJn enaaired In bulletins and rtmalrlnir Marine khm ui Euglues.blgn ana low-preasure, Juron Boilers, Wales? TaukB, Propellers, eto. etc. respectfully offer their services to the public as being fully prepared to oon- Irani fur Ancrlnea nf 1 1 f. I . i.u M.rln. t . " m v-- " - " - i iuo, jmyvr, ana Stationary; having sets of patterns of different slaesw are prepared to execute orders with quick despatch. Every description of pattern-making- nnuU shortest notice. High and Low-preasure Fine Tubular, aud Cylinder Boiler, of the best Pennsyll vanla charcoal Iron. Forglngs of all sizes and kinds: Iron and Brass Castings of all descriptions! Roll Turning, Screw Cutting, and ail other work conn ecu il Drawings and specification for all work dona at the establishment free of charge, and work miu. an teed, The suoscnoers nave nmpn wnarr-aoox room for repairs of boats, where they can lie in perfect safety tsllU Hia VI-JTIUCU TV1KU ouowm, "W-I r 11 1 irta- BUJa Mill for raising heavy or light weighty " w, jawjo -u, WKAjriLHU JOHN P. LEVY. 8 1 BEACH and PALMKR btreelaV IAV. DOHAM MIBBICK, WIXLIAX H..10maiCK JOHN M. OOPS. SOTJTHWARK FOUHDRY, FIFIH ANQ WAWHINGTON Streets, Philadklphja. MER1UCK b CtUNB, ENGINEEltH A Nil MlCHmTBTQ manufacture High and Low Pressure Bleaxtf 'Engine lot Laud, River, and Marine Service. " lumera, uanumeiers, l auks, Iron Boats, eta Casting of all kinds, either Iron or brass. Iron Frame Roofs for Gaa Works, Workshop, and Railroad Stations, etc Retorts and Gaa Machinery, of the latest and molt Improved construction. Every description of Plantation Machinery, and Sugar, Saw, aud Grist Mills, Vacuum Pans, Opea Steam Train, Defecator, Filler, Primping iai-j f 1 13 Qtt & ivC Sole Agent for N. Blllenx' Patent Bngar BoUInc Apparatus, Neemyth's Paleut Steam Hammer, ana Aspinwall A Woolsey' Patent Coutrlfugai Sugac Draining Machine. 6 Bug BRIDESBURO MACHIKB WOEHJ NO. 85 N. FRONT STREET, PHILADELPHIA. We are prepared to nil order to any extent for 0W MACHLNEBY POB CH0TTONL AJSB WOOLLKBI MILLS, Including all recent Improvement In Carding, Bpln nlng, and Weaving. i.. i.a.k aiiant nn flf wnwiifMiniM,. nn .ml tensive woras, li ALFRED JELNELS A BOUT STEAM ENGINE MANUFACTURED BT "CORLISS," Provideuce. Slr.e of cylinder, at Inch diameter by 48 inch stroke about one huuclre and ten horse power. Apply to w n tttvat-t 8 26 2611 W. . LKVAH, Cortof WOOD and TWENTY-FOURTH St., Plilitt, JpITLER, WEAVER & CO., MANUFACTURERS OP Man lla and Tarred Cordaee(:Cords Twines Etc. no. 28 North WATER Street, and t- o. '.i North DELAWARE AveuOJ PHlIJLPltLPmA. Kswrx H Fiti.kb, M K HAKI, WtAVMC A)MBAT)P OI.OTH1KB. Si, QERLACH & KLIN C, 191 POHTEBS OF HOCK WISES, MO. 116 SOVTII SIXTH MTBEET. A first-class Restaurant I connected with tha Wholesale an Rstull Wine House, where patroo- may oblalu n accommodating terms, every dei-uy the market atl'ords. Patronage solicited, itm. CAU- CAUTION. ALIj rvvta AKI3 pr . ' . W tioned agaliiBt pnrohaain - d nu. imO tuC tliicates of Deposit No. T 84. Issued by the Tnrr8T AND SAFE DB- Fidelity .... ...,,e may be oll-rad are rartles to whom t lhe lmiany's 01 jpe. nested to give potto Kntu hvxN VI Si Quested 1 street' -Tent. Awp ng. ,)rer Fella, from Oual.t r BiH"uiai..u ---- ... 1 wie. eto. my, AVf V"f--.TU-.v(( BAIL 1 V!,?ii ...Tmbera aud brand' r-.r..". iv.... i..., i.- -rrnnk. ami yvk -""' -' Aio.Ky''r"Z" ..verai.o.-iri.