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THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPHPHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28. 1808.
EH SCO PAL CONVENTION.
ElRhleenlh Dny'n I'roi-i-i-illn-(oncrc.
gntlonai In ) orr-lgn omit rle-Ailill.
fionnl Hymn for Inirrti nml Hume
Vmiier on llio Hinto ut the luiri-li
Canon Im HcIhIIimi l lilt tmllini Tlio
Subject brl)re) llio Con ventlouliile
l-fNIInir Ill-port from tlie Minority
J ml get Cony rtulinin't AiMrei rj
Animated Ii-Inte I pnu II10 Niibjort
JVo If finite Action In Hie 1'rMiilnn.
Unw York, Oct. S7, 1Ss.
Tbe eighteenth day of the l'ru:etnt Kp':iiipnl
Convention was opened this ni r n n with thi usual
religious services, crmdurtetl bjr lbs K.v. H-. Nheltun,
of Western New York, and ih. Her. William S.
Chillis, of Rhode Inland.
The benediction was prononni-iM by Iliunp OJuu-
fcsimer, of New Jersey.
The record of yesterday's proceedings was reJ mid
Adopted.
Mr. Wllllsm Wc'sh, of rtiiladi'lohia, remarked thai
the Uousc of liifh. pi nut In able to gi tlirou'ii
their business until Thursday evsniui next. At
many members desire to reinrn homo, he thought It
would he dilllrult to retain a iii'riini until thru time,
lie stated Hint If eighteen diieos are rpreeut1 by
one deputy, either a clergyman or a layman, the
Hours is coni)etent to transact business.
The He v. Dr. Hode, from the Committee on K!cc
tli.iis, nientloned the name of n number of dep'.it et
Mho have aeked and received, loive of absence,
('oii-.trrgutinns Alirnnd.
The Committee 011 Canons made a report atimt any
chnnge pro; ored in the C'mion on cnugrcgatlniis In
foreign lands, because the expediency of such changes
does not appear, mid, also, that it It too lute in the ses
sion to enter Into nny such chnne.
The resolution otic-red to that effect by the com
mittee, was tidopted.
Title of Home.
The Cnmmittee on Canons repirtei! ainnt a
chance of the title of the House from that of "II
of Clerical and I.iiy Deputies" to that of "llonse of
Deputies." The report was adopted.
The committee ai(o reported against allowini anv
minister of the church to leave out snob phrases of mis
Prayer Book ns he could not conscientiously nae, as
being contrary to the required uniformity of the Li
turgy and the Constitution of the church. The report
was agreed to.
TI10 Time of Probation.
The Committee 011 Canons made a further report
that it is inexpedient to grant the irayer of certain
memorialists, who supptet the creation of a tribnnal
empowered to rcdease to nny npplic.mt for holy orders
the prescribed llmo of probation altogether, so that,
by their permission, a gentleman may he a Methodist
preacher one .Sunday and olheiate na a regularly or
dained Episcopal presbyter the next.
The report was concurred iu.
Additional Hymns.
The Committee on Canons also reported in favor of
allowing additional collections of "Hymns for Church
and Home," and collection of "Hymns, Ancient and
Modern," to he sung, the Bishop of tbo Uioceiu con
senting. The Itev. Dr. Teirce, of Alabama, moved to strike
out the last clause reqiiiriiis the consent of the Bishop.
After souie debate the matter was laid over..
Ilyninotly anil I'suliiioily.
A joint committee was ordered by the IIono on
the report of the Committee! on Canons, to report at
the next Convention such amendments of the psaitm
In metre, and of the hymns, as may be deemed de
sirable. This cnmmittee is to report to the next
General Convention.
The Stnto of the Church.
The Committee on the State of the Church re
ported amendments to Canon XIV, section 1, title 1,
which was referred to the Committee 011 Canons.
n a second resolution the committee reported on
the subject of registering all thu baptized and con
firmed children of the church, that it was too late in
the session to recommend or adopt anything practical
thereon, and asked to he discharged from the further
consideration of the subject. So ordered.
Messages from the Ilnus-e of Bishops asked the con
currence of the House of Deputies in the appoint
ment of a joint committee to report to the next Ue
lieral Convention correct versions of the liook of
Common Prayer in the German, French aud Swedish
languages. Concurred iu.
Also, authorizing the Joint Committee on the
Standard Bible to proceed with the publication of the
same. Concurred in.
Also, appointing the Bishops of Ohio, Minnesota
snd PiUsDiiri; a Committee ot conference 011 Uie pan
of the House, ou the difference arising out of the
change iu the complexion or me Board of .Missions,
The KiiNiia-Oreck Church,
The linsBo-Greck Committee, appointod by the last
General Convention, presented a lengthy report on
their investigations Into the condition of the Kusso
Greek Church, and the probability of it union between
It and the Anglican Church. They consider such a
union extremely probable. A letter was read from
Prince Orloff, of ltutsia, favoring the union of the
Churches. The letter states thai the Orthodox Greek
never prohibited its members from worshipping with
any denomination ot Christians who pray for tho
peace aud prosperity of the world. Tho Pricce sug
gested to the Archbishop of Canterbury to send the
ISlshops to Kussia.
The Hev.JMr. Williams, who traveled extensively In
Europe in the interest of this union of churches, re
ported that the highest dignitaries of Church and
(State are greatly in favor of union, aud each one was
willing to allow the fullest communion with the other
without the forfeiture of standing in their own respec
tive communions.
The committee was continued, with power to cor
respond further in relation to the matter, and the Key.
Dr. Fulton, ot Georgia, was added to the committee
in place of Bishop Young, of Florida.
The Rev. Dr. Littlejohn, of New York, read a
lengthy report on the work performed by the Board
of Missions during the past three years.
Their work among the children of the Chnrch has
been eminently successful, and live thousand Ave hun
dred have been gathered into missionary associations,
and its receipts from this source have amounted to
187,000.
The report takes ground In favor of a system of
itineracy in sparsely settled places, aud the employ
ment of laymen in the same work.
The report was adopted.
The House concurred with the llouso of Bishops on
the subject of theological education.
The Kev. Dr. M. A. De Wolfe Howe, of Philadel
delpbia, then called np the resolution on the use of
Hymns Ancient and Modern," which was bitterly
opposed 'by Dr. Adams, who offered us a substitute a
canon presented by himself on Monday. It gives the
right to the Bishop to allow the nse of any hymn
asked for iu writing by a clergyman, the consent to
be given In writing In each case, and the choice to be
nude from the collection of "Hymns Ancient aud
Modern," "Hymns lor Church and Home," and the
collection published by the old English "Society tor
the Propagation of the Gospel."
Mr. Gadsden, of Sonth Carolina, opposed both the
Committees' report and the Canon offered by Dr.
Adams without the personal examination of this
House. There may be doctrinal subjects contained in
them opposed te the teaching of the Chnrch.
Dr. Paddock, Dr. Hare, and others, discussed the
Buhject when an amendment striking out the clause
requiring the consent of the Bishops was lost, after
which thu resolution reported by the committee was
adopted.
Messages from the House of Bishops concurred with
the deputies iu amendments to Cauou II, Title 2, "Ou
offenses for which ministers may he tried ;" and, also,
to inserting a note in the standard prayer book,
atfiting that the changes and alterations have been
tnada iu the editions of the same since 1S4-1.
The Convention then took a recess.
Afternoon Session.
Governor Stevenson, of Kentucky, moved that the
Convention proceed with the regular order of the
day, the consideration of the report of the Committee
on Canons iu relation to Ritualism, (Published iu
yesterday's iNgiiiEK.n
By general content of the House the Secretary read
A report ou rnbrical discrepancies. The report con
tains a resolution that the committee be continued.
Agreed to.
ltitiinlimii. -
The special order of the day, the report of the Com
mittee ou canons in relation to Ritualism, was liisu
la ken up.
The Secretary read the report.
' Judge Conyugham, of Pennsylvania, moved that iu
order to briuir the subject properly before the House.
that the minority report resolutions be read as sub
mitted by Dr. Howe, of Philadelphia, and that they
be a substitute for the resolutions iu the majority
report.
The report of the minority of the committee U ai
joiiows:
Views of the Minority of the Committee.
The undersigned, a minority of the Committee on
Canons, bet: leave to offer the folio wine report:
This Convention cannot Ignore the tact that thoro Is at
the preveut time great agitation among members of our
i '., mifiinn ou tliu auhicet tif ritual: in aulim lituens re
proach beinK incurred by thu omixidnn of proiiriutica of
apparel ana deportment in coudiictiiiK public womhin,
which the uHtabllnhea iiraae 01 our i;niircti liaiiuctioiicl
and In otlinm. meat altti'iu occasioned bv vc-Htmenta and
chaucol KirHUKeuieuta and Ol'imineutu, nracticcH heretofore
unknow n unuiiK ll, mid clnimctci l-tic: in the reaunl of
the great hodv ot our pcoiiluot a iorcixn Communion. Were
m VVMVVWU U11'VVU IV yvey iw vvv ui'vu my,ey wn,
the volnniiiiftin memorial thai overwhelm Its table ant
' ""''iill 'ii, rsireinllv to the hut-mum rt ovll,
w oulcl f.. 1 l.i.l It. li, iinilvr-Uncd. iu C MHilnriim tbo aillv
j ct, I avo i a'icd ilnilv, i Inlc iliev Imvo ulvciiltiii .ro
I n iri.i teil drill crathm, that It it lnne.t lib cli lionltlon,
I nrth u In 1 ly 11- n inuiirr for lettinlaHve aelion. Canon law,
i nli 1" ! nirrjiic to the hint drTee, It i! oiiHV for tin)
r il iln-i i-r. t i mailr; nml any enactments 11 jinn s.ieli
t' pir- w onlil, in the preaeiit ntnte of tliii g', in tlieir lud t
n. 1 nt. U j.irniatiiir, ).nli:il,y in -ii llirieii t, ami without
.ict drht hi nor rxiMiiiK lrxl-bili"n. I run pons of thu
I I lint, h will I Imnl (.. the spirit of the chinch. And this
I Tot, M tn II t I t .1 r.f'1 I 11 1 I ll.n-rl. I...,. in.. I...-,. t I
I eli . I, ii- t f. .rlli lis own stand irdu and Liniiolas of
il H iime. it. pure nml humc'iiUum l,iturv. and ail ipted
ami n.nlnl 1111. it, .,inlv bv rnl'i and ii irtly by nsanc,
ll' f i.iiiini.ii mid n r.. unlai d iniintirr of worslihi. In our
I liitv-l .iiit!, Alti.-.! nt Ki lklmi it i djclarc l that till)
linn b. In r. .11111 i'ii a lih lininchi'-. la oilier I and 4 of the
one i linri Ii ( nil,. , , ,nth 11 er, as ners.itv chnll arise,
I" 1 1'liiiiiie its rrrrnii.iiira. lint thl. power it doni" to an
Ii itivi'linl iiiniiilier, hiiiI primoiinciM that whooecr, of
Iiis '.imi t ruate i . , .1 nt, iipetilr bleaks the tiaditlum
ami ei'( mi. nie. nt ti e I hiiieli, w hi. Ii, not bciim contrary
tn ln'il'. mil, Inivr Imtii oMb'ineit and approved bv com
mon ant!i..ril, ("i!lil tn bo tricked npenlv.
Ainl 11I1 v h.Hii resls the nibcial rieht and dutv tn ad
lnii i.t. r siieb r. h. l,r.ilviiti v, il so il may , etfuettial,
I.oI.Ih l, if ll.nt III 11, .t avail -it it be nut with him who
I, Ml iivriM'er la the lloll-e nt lind
I lu re is a time i h. n, nini'lt so iiiueh rlbqiilctudo and
d .tii st n libm, and so much nf rliainte and disaster with
out, the t him Ii inav well Innk to her chief Pastor, to ho
more than u-tinl y vlitllant. that In v tnav illseouracu Binl
repTc-s nil i'ii 1 nt h jhe. in oii.blp and ceretimtiy, aud
ailii.i.iil h tlie in itliireiit 1.1 be decorous nml orderly. It i
n " to 11 shr mnv well eiiloin) her t.lerKy to nblilo in
th eld pal h". 1.1 reinetnl.er that they are under vows to
1. tie tlirti' illy ailnii.iiiiions nf their Itislinps. and to save
tlirir thu k, tr in liilctiiftl ilisi'did over noveliiua of cere
inonlal, n hen tln-r -1 :! t le "stuviun tiitrether for tho
Isiih i.f the lii-siel." Ii i. a time when It beeonien tho
liiiil'Ttii I aitv tn ai.l noil I'lieoi.riiire their Cu-tors in dninff
g.'i il. in to siiri 1 -,-ite ilreamy I ineien tiy practical activity.
I line 1. em 1 cli 1.1 be .Line lor tho reclaim of loan and tor
tl c el rv i.f In -t, tn p i.tpi no tho nuit ation of iiueatioiis,
like tbi.ae In tbo iniiniiive nrr, which the Apostlo to tlio
-!. till pronounced uuprolitnliln and vuiu, gendolili't
s 1 1 e
NeM-r.it wnnlil seem, has it fallen to the I d of thl
I bun b t i l-li! " ,th ll nil li".rtitiiity t.ir ftraM illU to her
self, iuit in wrs..n, Mft In .irl', the nf every nain.',
aioi'iia h hmn nie fiatids as ritv set npju a hill. Hot,
olilv l.v iiniiiitittiiiiiK her hl-t.irle st iMIitv, lu r ealui in ul.
eralinn, In r phn te mi beautitid unship, can she niakn
I..1 . 1 p . 1 tiinitt .lil-.l.le. t 111 be iii vuin tor us to Iinld
tt e build, tn invito the liillnueri i.f Wrstcv and other
I hristiiui In die, to unity In the Church of t'lirist. It,
ioenii bile, e shall appear to them reneivi'ig frnin the
i ld I'.oinl iii .i, slid 'einlniK to as-iuiil tl in with a Com
moid. .11 fri'in n hieh tliev ail recoil.
'I o aM siieb I'xpreHsf.ii ns the exipeneyof tbo time
set li s t.i ri ipiii e to the ronilinill sentimelitu nf tile i 'liorcll
- tn ilei hit" it li.vnl to the ilnetrinc, imlitv, worship, tradi
tii.ns nml eerriii'.iiies d Inch have liocu reenani.i'tl a, its
I'l-tnlilisln d ui'ler liirooali tlie tliree Kncratioim of its mi,
tiniinl Im Iiik to litter the iimt . .11 with lilch it n itai lis
II a-suuii tiim ot prn sic license to depart fmui that onlor,
wbi liter by lietei t .r excis-, and in ohii.si.iu to seek
or failure 'to rrsjicrt ecclo-iii.ticai ciums-l or atttlioriiv,
tlie iinilrrsU'iirit rt-couiuieip that this Housea reprc
sentiit iir b. ily. rprakina fur Hie rlrriiv and laity of thin
Church tbri.t e,,,i,t the land -declares Itsell" In the
f. llo Iiik resuliiti.ins, and tn-ks tlie eonciirrenee of our
Might llrven lid l athers, the House of Hiliops: .'I'rust
intf that this iiihv prove instrumental in proni'itiiifr
hkIi deree of uuilnruiity in the piiLlIc wi.rniilp i f our
ebui'cbe. a. is desirable lor editicati.in nod harumny, and
rniisistent with the Catholic claims i f the boil v of Christ,
to hieh we Is-loiif . 'I '10 eonsrrv stisiu liich h is always
itistiiiKobhcd onr l.ram-li i. iherhnreii, and ubicli some
hot spirits t'stecm little l.etl. r tlian ttiiKuatioti, will, we
trust, iniilei the divine l.le-'ini!, save us now, as liercto
loi'r, from brina eata ird to any cTtretno or swerved from
our propriety by tlie fantasies nf individual men ; an that
this church inav continue to he tho retiiae of those wlin
seek stability of laitii wiiboiit atraitness. beauty of wor
ship itliout seu'iioiisiicss, and order of government with
out dcspiitisui.
'I he resulutii us subnillted for your approval are as fol
low s : --
H hirean. It has heretofore been one of the peculiar cha
ractcilstira and ntti acli . ns nt tlie I'rotetnut r..i.c.ipal
i Ii 1 1 1 ) that its ni-hip nml tbe mode of condnctiux it
have lieeu in all t'luees stibi-tantnilly nlike, so tliat evcrv
child ol tlie church, iu any one of her sanctuaries, found a
tnniilinr. spiritual home: nml
lnr. hi. It has I.e. 11 rsp.-clallv distinctive, of thin
church, that while it has avi l.l. il the babiness of most of
tlie modes ol l'l ot. staii I n or-h ip. it has i ill more decidedly
Put away the inan.v -enlored vestments, execs-ive eere
inniiiiil and false symbolism of a foreigu church with
which it is not in coinmoniou ; tlieret'ite,
1. AVk. Ii nt, As tlie muso nt tills Contention, tho House
of lli-bos c.mciirrlnrf. That the nuiiiit. nsneu of our
wonti d uniformity and simplicity In ivi rsluii is eicced
iuxly itesirnble, to' secure this Church from the insidious
Introduction of unsound dm-liinc, ln.ni the distut banco of
the peace and romtort of its w orshiirs, and from ex
posure to evil report niuouK them w ho are v. itliout.
3. iVsWi'cir, 'Iimt while there ! im nb-olute directory in
Hip Canons or Itubiics of the liurcli, - eeifyiim all olbeial
M'stnieiits and pnu tices, nnd all la'cle.-isstii nl ornaiu nta
which may la lnlv used therein, vet there is tlie ilnli. atini
of areat sinit lieity; and the tradiiiniinl usaaus of thu
Church in this behalf, Ironi the d atu of it oig inlxutiuu
liere to the present ieriod, is in ciiilnriiiity thcrrM 1 1 la. and
lias, in tlie hearts nnd mind of tlie great body of its loyal
Hit lnhrr. tlie tnree ot law.
8. U'-mJrril, That tlds Convention tfTeetlonately nrg.-a
up. 11 all u Im bnve to do itli the ordn iu 01 tlie appoint
ments of public worship, that tliev abide by tlie tradition
nnd ceremonies of this AniericanCbtireh ; that none other
than the "cli -ideal lnil.il." known to our lathers, and re
ferred to by tiie I loiiso of llisb ip at the lieneral Couven
tion nf IHl'i, as ni prnpriate to minister otliciating in the
I ougrcgatinii, "iinnils, gowns and snrp lice." with their
eiistt.inurv u pi endaaes. cti'Oi-ks. and bla-'k stoles, be pro-
iilcd. nnd ttmt no strnngi ornainents of the soerrd pluccs,
conducive to vain show or superstition, 1m- Introduced.
4. ViraoU'ci, That, in tlie .in.irfuicut ol this Contention,
the House nf ltl-hi.ps concurring, tbe burning of light
In the order for the llolv Couuuunlmi, the burning nf iu.
.-, V..I-. ,., ,1,1 l...lw I.U.. -t fcl... i-l....,a..l
tberi'on, the cle ailou ol tlie I'unieuts, makliiu the -Igu of
tbe cross (except when i.rciicril.cil 111 Iho Kulirle) In ami
during divine scrvic or the ceh bintion of the Lord's Sup
per, are iiiuoval ion on our mode I conducting public
worship, oilered aga inst tlie emiiiuon order ot the t hurcti.
and u oiiua tlie con acnuce 01 tunny 01 it true uuu loving
lueinlcrs.
5. Jietulml, That this Convention earnestly expresses
itu disapproval of tlie oiuii-siou nf any nl ttiose proprie
ties of nitiiurcl and ilciucaiior. wlieti tnini'teriug in thu
eongregntiou, which either rule or general usage lias inadn
uihlllicuve 01 our worsilip, uuu voilllliuoil. Mil " no, lieinn
ill ln.lv orders, would d.-wate ou tlie riglit baud or on tho
li lt, Ii 1111 t lit' cununou eiiler nl the t linn U's worship, to
seek liist the eonu'cl ot tlieir llishop, and sul.init Ilium-
selves to their Kouly JudKiueiita. ....
tsigucu) a. it. m ui.r i-. ii' tt r.,
John n. cun vni.ham.
New York, Oct. 26, 168.
J micro CunvtiL'ham made some strong remarks in
opposition to rituaiisin. He took ground against
the innovations made in the forms of public worship.
lie could look back sixty years iu tue ennrrn. to Hint
period when he worshipped under bis lather in Uod,
tiie late metiop White, 01 rrunsyivsnia. iu goiag
into the church then he knew what he had to expect.
but now he knew rases where ritualistic clergymen
would enter country towns and before commencing
service would ask about the points of the compass,
and remark that iu cer'aln portions of the service
they always bowsd to the l.mt. He enntneraled
other meaningless rites aud deprecated all of tliem,
aud pressed upon the convention nie aosoiuie im
portance of discarding a much as possible the hurt
ful modern ritualism.
Judge Otis, of Illinois, took tbe floor, and expressed
bis views in relation to ritualism. He pleaded for
toleration in preaching the Gospel. He was in favor
of those who deaire to worship, surrounded by all tbe
forms known to the lipitcopal Church, doing so, and
those who uesire to tue the inmost simplicity iu ineir
worship should not be interferred with in their de
sires ; both should be allowed to use full scope in thae
respects, as long ns the usages aud principles of the
Chnrrh were not violated.
William H. Battle, of New ork, indorsed there-
marks of Jude Otis, He hoped the Convenliou would
go for toleration.
The itev. Dr. Mason, of Virginia, knew the tlmo
when the Church disregarded ritualism almost to in
decency. He was glad the minority solution had
been presented, as tliey express in a great measure
his own views on ihe subject of ltiltiaiim. lie was
oppo.rd to anything that would teadlu idolatrou
practices.
ir. Jiaigut, 01 rew 1 oik, am not inuers in mi-
polity resolutions. For thirty or forty years tli
images of the Church hav been substantially alike.
bnt we nave uuu uillvrenl lorma in uillereut parts ot
Hie country. 1 lie form or woishiu la not tue same
exncily iu ltichmond as it is iu New York. He did
not 1 11111 Vc the resolutions ol ine minority were strictly
true, us there is not the at.ict uuifonuiiy practiced
that they mention. He said il waa claimad thai there
had been no chant; in the form of worship. lie then
proceeded ta point out a greil mini tier ot ruMiu'e 111
the Episcopal Church from tbe time of the Itsrolution
to the present time. He expressed himtsif iu favor
ol toltrallon iu worshipping uoa.
The Key. Mr. Brick, of Delaware, said he was the
Hector i f a parish where the surpiice was worn two
hundred and nay years ago, lie would say to Juilce
Conyngbam that he found the services conducted in
Brooklyn, when he visited that city, exactly as thev
hav been conducted in his pariah ever 'ucc he has
been connected with the Church. He spoke of visit
to other cities, aud found invariably that the services
were precisely the same as he has always beau used
to. lie made then remarks to show that there is
no distinction in tlie Church, aud that the resolution
of the minority are not lntuiitetl en tact.
The liev. Dr. Burr, of Ohio, slated that there is no
departure from established usages of the church Iu
Ohio, and be desired to correct a false impression in
tbiiieepect. lie nau ueeu couuecieu wiiu tue minis
try of Ohio for lorty ysars, and never yel preached
without the surplice. He expressed his sympathy
with the minority report, as they tend to uniformity.
He was glad that omissions and defects had been
alluded to in both reports, and he was not particular
which the Cauvention adopted.
liev. Mr. McCreadv, of South Carolinn, denied that
the American Church was strictly th Church of Eng
land. We are as much the Church of Scotland as of
England. We do not belong to either, but receive
church orders from both. He thought our object
should be uniformity of worship.
The Itev. Dr. Mulchany, of Massachusetts, sup
ported the majority resolution. He elated that tbo
country clergy hear a great oeal about the agitation
in the Church In New York and other cities ou the
subject of ritualism, but they see nothing of it, aud
wonder what all the agitation they read and hear
about ran mean.
Th Kev. Dr. Stubb. of New York, went Into a sort
of history of the Episcopal Church, and traced il dowu
to the duys of tlie celebrated llishop White of Penn
sylvania, and he indorsed all the ritualist'ic matters
InuuerruUd by him. He upported the resolutions of
the msjonty of thu committee.
The IWv, Br, Uoodwip, b( Philadelphia, ctiuld. cot
it still and hear the report of tho minority' mlsrepr
( ntcd. II said it was a fact well known that a great
reactionary movement was at work in the Church,
lie believed the prevallioi; tendency would have the
e fleet to scud Episcopal ministers Into the Church of
II. me. He would go home with a heavy heart if he
went with the knowledge that this Convention did
all it could to advance modern Hitu lllsin.
Tlie Itev. Dr. Pinrkuey, of Mouth Carolina, took
strong grounds against tho ritualistic innovations
that were creeping into tho Church, and he foresaw
gieat trouble iu tlie Church if they were persisted in.
He invorcd the passage of the minority report, and
n a liuions.
'J he Itev. Dr. Huntington, of Massachusetts, desired
to know what It is precisely proposed to accomplish
by voting on cither report. It is claimed that there is
no special legislation iu either of thsm. The vote
would indicate to the world outside the sene of this
Convention on the subject of ritualism. Ho felt se
riously embarrassed in voting, lie sympathized with
some points of tho majority report, nnd other points
in the minority report. He felt greatly in doubt how
to act, nnd did not like to give to the world (as ho
would do by his vole,) his ideas and opinions ou the
subject of ritualism. Taking all things Into conside
ration he preferred voting for the resolution of the
minority.
Mr, Fairbanks, of Tennessee, thought thnt there
would be no agitation about ritualism, if it were not
for Die religious newspapers, who make so much of
the subject. The Episcopal clerey, ns a general thing,
arc too busily eiitrttged to meddle with tho subject of
ritualism, aud in many places it is absolutely un
known. Dr. Pinckney, of Maryland, took the same view as
the delegate from Massachusetts, and thought the ac
tion of tlu Convention, if 11 vote was taken, would bo
n proclamation to the world of the opinion hold with
reference to ritualism, which lie thought would be
very improper at t lie present time. He hoped, how
ever, if the delegates are compelled to Tote, that tho
majority report will be adopted.
Tlie Itev. Dr. Deshie, of Maryland, moved for the
indefinite postponement of the whole matter.
Mr. Hironglellow hoped the motion to indefinitely
postpone would not prevail. He thought 11 would
look as though the Convention was afraid to meet the
questions of ritualism. He offered, as au amend
ment 10 ihe motion to indefinitely postpone, a reso
lution to the effect, that it la Inexpedient for this
Convention to take any action in the premises.
No action wag taken, the hour of adjournment
having arrived.
RAILROAD LINES.
REAPING KAlLKOAD. GKEAT TKUNK
JLINJ from Philadelphia to the Interior of
Penusyivmi,, the Schuylkill, Susquehanna, Cam
berlaud, nnd Wyoming Valleys, tbe North, North
west, and the Canada. Hummer Arrangement ol
raaspngur Trains, Monday, AugiiHt8, 1863, leaving the
Company' Depot, Thirteenth nnd Callowhlll streets'
Philadelphia, at the following boura:
NOHNINU ACCOM MODATIONH. At 730 A.M.
m Heading and Mil Intermediate stations, ana Allen
, K,?irnJnfr'. .le"T?!ikR.ln P, M., arriving
In Phllftdelphla at IB P. M.
MORNLNO EX.PKlMt4.-At 8' 15 A.M., for Reading
Lebauon, Hatrlsburg, Pottsvllla, Pine Grove, l'auia,
qua, fcunbury, Willlamtiport, Kluilra. Rochester,
Niagara Palla, Bnttalo, Wllkeaoarre, Pit Is ton, York,
Carlisle, Chambersburg, Hagera&wn, eto.
The 730 train connect at Reading with the Kasl
Pennsylvania Railroad trains lor Allentown, eto.,
and tbe 8'16 A, M. counect with the Lebanon valley
train lor HarrMjurg, etc; at Port Clinton with Cat.
wiasa Railroad train for Wllllamsport, look Haven,
Kiinlra, etc.: at Harrlsbnrg with Northern Central,
Cunilr:and Valley, and HchqyUiU and Hnaquebanna
train lor Normnniberl&nd, WUluunsport, York,
Cbumbersbnrg. Plnecrove, eto.
AI'I KKNOGN KXPRICMH.T.aavM Philadelphia
at g ao p. M. for Reading, Potts vllle, Harrlsbnrg. eto..
connecting with Heading and CoKuubia Railroad
trains r Columbia, etc,
POTT8TOWN ACCOMMODATION. Leave Pott
town at 48 A. M., stopping at Intermediate station;
arrives In Philadelphia at 9 05 A. M. Returning leave
Philadelphia at 4 80 P, M.i arrive in Pottatown at -M
KKADINQ ACCOMMODATION Leaves Reading
at 7 80 A. M., stopping at all way stations; arrive la
Philadelphia at 10 16 A. M.
Keturnlng. leaves Philadelphia at B'18 P. K.; arrive!
In Reading at 8 06 P. M.
Trains tor riuiaaeipnia leave Harrlsbnrg at 8'10 A,
M., and Pottnvllle at 8 '45 A.M., arriving In Philadel-
rhla at 1 P. M. Afternoon trains leave Harrlsburg at
u6 P. M... and PotMvllle at 216 P, M.: arriving at
Philadelphia at 6' r, M.
llarrlaburg accommodation leaves Beading at 7-18
A.M., and Harrlbburg at 4'10 P, M. Connecting at
KeadlnK with Atlernoon Accommodation south at
-:io p. M., arriving In Philadelphia at 8'IS P. M.
Market train, with a Passenger car attached, leaves
Philadelphia at 14 45 noon for Poltsvllle and ail Way
Stations; leaves Poltsvllle at 7 A. M. lor Philadelphia
and all other Way Htatlons.
All the above trains rua dally, Bnnday excepted.
Bun day train leave Potisville at 8'oe A. M., and
Philadelphia at 8 IB P.M.! leave Philadelphia for
Reading at S eo A, H- returning from Reading at 4 62
CllEBTKB VALLKY RAILROAD. Passengers
for llownliiKtown kiid Intermediate uolnLa take the
7-80 A. M., i'44 and 4 -80 P. M. train from Philadel
phia, returning Xrom Dowuuigtowu at 6 l A. M., POO,
patviOT. UtiftitftrgrrtWss'RMm
deiphla. returning froniHklppackat 810 A. M. and 1-26
P.M. fctapa line for various points In Perklomen
Valley counect with trains at Collegevllle and Uklp-
' NEW YORK EXPRKBS FOR PITTSBURG AND
1UE WEST. Leave New York at 0 A M 5 00 and
8' 00 P.M. .pausing Reading atl'10 A M.,lMland lu'10 P,
hi., and connect at Harnabure with Pennsylvania and
Northern Outrai;Kllrond Kxpresa Trains for Pitts
burg, Chicago, Wllllatui-porl, Eludra. Baltimore, eto,
heturnlug, Express Train leave Harrlsharg, on ar
rival of PeuuBj Jvaula Kxpress from Pittsburg, at 2190
aud 6'ZA A. M., 36 P. M pasalng Reading at 4 44 and
7 08 A. M and H'40 P, M.. arriving at New York, lU'10
and 1146 A. M , aud 6'Ofl P. M. bleeping Car accom
panying these trains through between Jersey City and
Pittsburg, without change.
Mall train lor New York leaves Harrlnbnrg at 8'10
A. M. and 2 06 P. M. Mall train lor Harrlsburg leaves
New Yerk at 12 Noon.
hCHUYLKILL VALLEY RAILROAD. Trains
leave PotUvll)eat8M5, HDOA. M., and 6-40 P. M. , re
turning from Tatuaqua at 8 38 A, M. and 2' 15 and 4 85
WllUYLKILL AND SUSQUEHANNA RAIL
ROAD. Trains leave Auburn at 768 A.M. for Pine
grove and Harrlaburg. and at 12-15 P. M. for Pine
grove and Treuiont; returning from Harrlsburg at
8-so P. M and Xrom Treuiont at 7'40 A, M., and 5-85
''llCKETfi. Through Orst-clnss tickets and emi
grant tickets to all the principal points In the North
aud West and Canada.
Excursion Ticket from Philadelphia to Reading
and Intermediate stations, good lor day only, are soldi
by Morning Aocoiumodatlou, Market Train, Reading
aud Pottatown tAcoouiuiodatlon Trains, at reduced
rates.
Kxcuralon Tickets to Philadelphia, good for day
amy, are sold at lteadlug aud Intermediate btatlons
by Reading and Pottatown Accommodation Trains at
reduced rate.
Ihe loiluwlng tickets are obtainable only at tbe
Ofllceef M. Bradford, Treasurer, No. 237 H. Fourth
street, Philadelphia, or U, A, Nlcolls, General Super
inleudeut, Reading.
Comujutailou Ticket at 25 per cent, discount, be
tween any point deolred, lor families and Onus.
Alliemae'l irkiia, good for 2000 mtlea, between al
point, at f'.i'M) each, lor families and Urnis.
tseaaoa, licaela, for three, six, nine, or twelve
months, 'or boldeis only, to all points al reduoed
"citrgyinen residing on the line of tbe road will be
f jrniiheu with card, eutUilng themselves aud wives
10 ticket at halt iara.
Excuralou t icket Irom Philadelphia to principal
station, good for rialurday, buuduy, and Monday, at
reduced Jare, to be had only at the Ticket Ollloe, at
i blrteenlii aud Callowhlll elreel.
FRfcltlxlT. Woods of all description forwarded
to ail tbe above point from the Company's New
freight Depot, Broad aud Willow Street.
Erelgbt Trait leave Philadelphia daily at 4-88 A.
M.. 12 44 noun, -uo, and 8 p, M., lor Reading, Lebanon,
liarilabarg, PotMvlUe, Port ullnton, and all points
Ma'i'u close al Ihe Philadelphia Post Office for all
Plwesi on the road aud lis bcauohesat 5 A, M., and
lor the principul eltailous only at 2 15 P. M.
UAHt.AUh.-Duugau's Exprexs will collect Bag-
fane for all trains leaving Philadelphia Depot,
tiders can t lert al No. 26 M. Fourth street, or al the
Depot, Thirteenth and Callowhlll streets.
DlULAUKLl'lirA ANI) KRIB KAlLKOAD,
X TH HI UUli AN DDI KECT ROUTE BKI'tVID Kol
PlIILA Dfcl.Hl lt, BA1.T1M ORH, ill A KBlSBURti,
WII.LlAMHrUHl'. AND '1 11 JG UREAT U1L, RE
OlON UP PKNNbY LVAN1A.
Klegaul hieeplng Car on all Night Trains,
Oil and alter KUNUAY, Bepieuiber 14, ;1818, the
trains on the Philadelphia aud JUte Railroad will
run as follows- WIwiD.
MAIL TRAIN leaves Philadelphia -...10 40 P. M
"1U,"W Wllltamapjrl 1'SiA.M,
arrives al Krie 2o P. M.
ERIK atXPRKBO leaves Philadelphia UHO A. M.
jim-n. saimwh,, Wllllamsporl . 8 86 P.M.
arrive at Erie- 8 ao A. M.
KLMIRA MAIL leave 1'ulladelplita. ....... 8'00 A. M.
Wllllamaporl 6 '28 P.M.
- arrives at Lockhaveu...... 7 46 P. M.
X1H1W1UU,
MAIL TRAIN leaves .rle..... 10-50 A. M.
w linamapoit ...,iu u r, b,
" arrives al Philadelphia 7-ou A. M.
ES1E EXPBJEhd leaves Erie f 5 P. ai.
- Wlillamauort. 815 A. M.
arrives al Philadelphia... 6-00 P. M.
Mall and Fxprea oonaect with Oil Creek and
Allesheuy hlver Railroad. BAUUAUK CHECK JU)
'iilEULiOH,
ALYRKD L. TYLER.
Ill General Buperlntoudent.
E 8 T JBH8KY K A I L It O A I) 8
FALL AND WINTER ARltANUEMKMT.
rom fool or MAKKK1 hi reel (Upper Ferry).
Commencing WKbNhMlsY, Hepleuioer Is, 1888.
THAINli LKAVE AB) FOLLOW).
For Cape May and sutlou below MUlvllle, 115
r. m.
For MUlvllle. Vlneland, and intermediate stations
815 A. M .I'. 6 P. M.
Eor Brldkton, balem, and way stations 815 A. If
"vol Woodbury al 818 A. M., MB, 8-80, and 800 P. M.
1 relghl train leaves Camdeu dally al U o'clock
C Freight received at second covered wnatf below
Walnut street, dally.
EreigUl DeUVWed NO. 211aIJ" W m"'
11 Hupvriuieudeut,
RAILROAD LINES.
NORTII PENK8TLVANIA BAILROAD.-.
eir uimtniihF C'' hortnt and most
iffi hi.!9'''I'J!1?' Kaston, Allentown, Manch
hinJ!fl'M-Lh,nl-w,,,u, f ven, Wllkssibarre, Ma
Ii ML,nn' 9"n' PlHaion, Hcranion.Carbon.
Coal'ReJlSn polnt,,"lb J""1' Wyoming
yN Dal LY I HAINi-On and after
WEI.NiKsDAY, July 2n, K-e Paaaengor Trains leave
the New Depot, corner ol BSRKUaml A M SiKIbiAN
Slreeta. dally iPpnaveoepted), as follows;
IngtoB 1 A M, AocoBuxionauon for Jfori Wash
1 7-48 A. M.-Mornlrig Kxpnws lor Bethlehem and
Prlnelpal fttlo on North Pfnneyl vaula itllrnad,
eonnertlng al Bethlnhem with Lehigh Valley and
Lfhlgh and Susquehaunn Rallroatl or Kaetoo, Al
lentown, Cataaauqua, Blailiigtou, Maunh UlionU
JVealherly, Jeaueavllle, Halen n, White Maveu,
Wllkesbarre, Elngaton. Plttaton, and all point iu Le
blRb and Vi'yo'uoi Valleys lsx) m oontieotton wllb
l.eliigh and Mabnnoy Ital.ruad for Mabanoy City
and with Catawiaaa Railroad for Rupert, Danville
A'lllon, aaa Wllllamaporl Arrive at Manch Chunk at
12 OS A. M : al Wllkeebarre at 8 P. M.;at MahanovCltr
' If. M. Passengers by this train can take the Iahlab
Valley Tialn, passing IlethleUem at 11-66 A. Me lor
KhsUih, and polnU on Mew Jersey Central Railroad
to New York,
At 8-46 A, M.-Aocommodatlon for Doyleatown,
stepping at all intermediate Biauc-ne, Paan'iiKenif r
Willow Wrove, flatboru' aud Darwvllie. bv this
train, take htage at Old York Road. '
At brl'U A. M. Acconjuiodntlon for Port Washing
ton.s opplng at lutenueillHlo Wtallons.
A 11-46 P. Al . Leh Ik b Valley Kx prose for Bethle
hem, Allentown, Mauch Chunk, White Haven,
Wtlkesharre, Har.leton, Muhunoy CUy, Centralta,
Miennndoah, Ml. Carrurl, Plttaton and enirauioii, aud
all points In Mabanoy and Wyoming Coal Regions,
At 2K6 P. M. Accommodation tor Duyiesiown,
Stopping at all IntermeOlete stations. '"o""'
A t a 16 P.M. Lehigh and rsiihnui.hai.ua Express ftir
Betblebem, Eaaton, Allentown, Aittnoh vnunk,
WHikeaharre, and Hcrauton,
At 4'1B P. M. Accommodation for Doyleatown,
stopping at all Intermedial e atA'loiis. Pm singer s for
Willow Urove. lla-hurp, and Hbitsvil.e takt
uge at A Plosion; for New Hope at Doyleatown,
At 6 00 P. M. Through accouiiuooariou Ijr tH'tlilo
nem and all stations on main line ot North Pennsyl
vania Railroad, connecting at Bethleheui with Le
high Valley Lehigh aud Susquehanna Evening Train
for Kr.rton. lleulnwn Maucu Chunk.
Ate 20 P. M. Accommodation ror Lnnndale, stop
ping t all Intermediate stations.
At 11-80 P. M. Accommodation for Fort Washing,
tou.
TRAINS ARRIVE IN PHILADELPHIA.
gPronBethlehem at oo and 11-05 a, M 200 and
ll'oe A.M. and 2-00 P.M. Trains makes direot connec
tion wlih Leblgh Valley and lelilgband (-jiinuuehauna
trains from Kaston, Boranton, Wilkesbarre, Mahouy
City, aud Hazlemn.
Passenger leaving Wllkenoarre at 1-45 P. M. con
nect at Bethlehem at 61)5 P.M., and arrive la Phila
delphia at 8 H0 P. M.
From Doyle.itown at 8-25 A. M B'OO and 7'OQ P. M.
Prom Lansdale at 7-so A. M.
pFrom Fort Washington at 9-80, 10-45 A. M. and -1
' Jf ON SUNDAYS.
Philadelphia for lletblobem ais'30 A.M.
Philadelphia for Doyleatown al2'oo P. M.
Doyleatown for Philadelphia at 7'00 A. M,
Bethlehem for Philadelphia al 4-80 P. 21.
Pifth and Sixth sueet Paaseuger Cars convey pa
scngers to and from the new depot.
White Car of Beoonrt and Third Streets Line aud
Union Line run within a short distance of the
depot.
Tickets most be procured at the Ticket office, In
order to secure lite lowest rates of Aire.
ELLIS CLARK, Agent,
Tickets sold aud Baggage checked through to prla
olpal points, al Mann's North Pennsylvania fiaggags
Expreus Oliice, No. 106 S. ilPTH blreel.
lUAQ-Foa NEW YORK.-THB CAMDEN
XODO.AND AM BOY AND PHILADELPHIA
AND TRENTON RAILROAD COMPANY LINKS.
FROM PHILADELPHIA TO NKW YORK, AND
WAYjPLACES. EKOM WALNUT UTBEET
Al 6-ao A. M., via Camden and Amboy Accommo
dation tfAX
Al 8 A, M, via Camden aud Jersey Cky Ex
press Mail........ 8-00
At 2 P.M., via Camden and Amboy Express... 8-00
At 3 30 P. M., via Camden and Jersey City Ex
press HMaa 8' 00
A 1 6 P. M., for Amboy aud Intermediate stations.
At 5'30 and 8 A. M., 2 nnd 8-b0 P. M.. lor Freehold.
At8 aud 10 A. M 2, 8-8U and 4'30 p. M. for Trenton.
At 6-80, 8, and 10 A. M., 1, 2, 8. 830, 4'30, 8, and 1180
P. M. lor Bordentown, Burlington, Beverly, aud
Delauio.
At o-iJO and 10 A. M,. 1, 2, 8, 8-80, 4 80, 8, and U 80 P. M.,
for Florence.
At 6 40 and 10 A. M.,1, 8, 410, 8, add 11-30 P. M. for
Edgewater, Riverside, Riverton, aud Palmyra. 2 P.M.
for Riverton ana 8-30 P. In, lor Palmyra.
AlSMOandlO A, M.,1, 8, 4-30,6, aud U'30P. M, for
Fish Honse.
The 1 and U'80 P. M. Lines leave from Market
Btreet Ferry (upper side).
FROM EiUMSINQTON DEPOT.
At 11 A. M., via Kensington and Jersey City, New
York Express Liue Fare t3.
At 7 aud 11 A. M 2'3ti, 3 do, and 6 P. M. for Trenton
and Bristol. And at 10'15 A. M. tor Bristol.
At 7 and 11 A, M., 2 30, and 8 P.M. for Morrlsvllle
and Tully town.
At 7 aud 10-16 A. M., 2-30, and B P. M. for Scfannoks
aY5 and 1615 A. M., 2-80, 4, 5, and 8 p. M. for Corn
wells, Torrlsdale, Holmeeuurg, Tacony, VIsaino
niing, Brldesburg, aud Franktord, and at 8 P. M, for
HoUneabiirg and Intermediate stations.
J-JtOM WEST PHILADELPHIA DBPOT,
Via Connecting Railway.
At 8-80 A. M., 1 00 tt'30, and 12 P. M. New York Ex
press Lines, via Jersey City, Fare (3-25.
A I a, ju.., xtniiKruuii xsiuu, xare, f.
At. rim A. M.nn u niidava nutv-Nsw York ExDrepa
Elue. i'are, 1325.
Tbe 9-30 A. M., and 6-30 P. M. Lines will ran dally,
AU others, Sunday excepted.
Al 0 -MJ A. iU,, 1 tU D ou, mm i- iwi a wu.
At v'30 A, M., 6 8U. and 12 P.M. for Bristol.
At i t' m ixiehtl. for MorrlBvllle. Tullytown,
Bchenek',EddngUin,Cornwells,TorrlBdale,Holmes
berir. Taci.uv. wiaalnomins. Brldesburg, and Frank-
ferd, .
Vnr linn inkvlnr Kenslneton Denot take the cars
on Third or Filth streets, at Cheenuistreei, 80 minutes
before departure. The cars on Market street Railway
run direct to West Philadelphia Depot; Chesuut aud
Walnut within one square. On Sundays the Market
street cars will run to connect with the 9 30 A. M, and
6 SO P. M. lines,
BELVIDEHE DELAWAKE RAILROAD LINES,
,X lUUi JUIISWU 1CIU
Ati'rmA.M. for Nlairara Falls. BuU'alo. Dnnklrk.
Elmira, Ithaca, Oweao, Roch enter, Blnghamton, Os
weeo. Svracnse. Great Bend. Montrose. Wilkesbarre,
Bchooley's Mountain, etc. B
A L 7 00 A. m muKl O OU A J-n. iui k7Vi4BunvU avivuugs
burK. Water Oap, Belvldere, Eastou, Lambertvlile,
Flemington, eto. The 8 30 P. M. Line connecte direct
with the Train leaving Eattlon tor Mauoh Chunk,
Allentown, Bethlehem, etc.
At 5 P. M. for Lambertvlile nnd intermediate Sta
tions.
flAMDEN AND BURLINGTON CO., AND PEM
BERTON AND H1UHTBTOWN RAILROADS,
From Market St. Ferry (upper side.)
At 7 and 10 A, M.,1, 8-8 and 6-80 P. M., for Mer
chantaville, Mooieatown, Hartford, Mason vllle.Halns
porl.Monnt Ho'ly, Smitbvllle, Ewansvllle, Vluoeu
town. Birmingham, and Pemberton.
At 7 A. M., 1 and 8 30 P. M., for Lewlstown, Wrights
town, cookstown, New Egypt, Hornerstown, Cream
Rklse. Imlavatown. Sharon, and Hlghtstowo.
1 iitit x T a w r fi.n-'u L'U A orant
" ' I ' 1 1 1 I" ' r WAlfisu"si
Beptember 14, lb8. 6 is
RAILROAD LINES.
KBI!8YJ,VAN1A CNIkaiT BA1LU0AD.
PHILADELPHIA, WIL111JSQT0N AND 13 AL'
11MORE RAILROAD.
TIME TABLE,
commencing MONDAY, Ootoeer 5, 1888. Trains will
I. -t.ve Depot comer of BROAD Btreet and WASH
INGTON Avenue as follows:
Way-Mall Train at 8 30 A.M. (Sundays excepted)
for Baltimore, stopping at all Regular Stations, con
necting with Delaware Railroad at Wilmington for
Crlsneld aud Intermediate Stations.
Express Train at H'45 A.M. (Sundays excepted) for
ilallimore and Washington, slopping at Wilmington,
Pirryvllle, and Havre-de-tirace. Connects al Wll
mlugtou with train for New Castle. .
Express Train ai 4 00 P. M. tsundays excepted) for
Baltimore and Washington, stopping at Chester,
Thurlow, Lin wood, Claymont.Wllmlngwn, Newport,
Stanton, Newark, Elkton, Northeast, Charles town,
Perryvllle, Havre-de-Orace, Aberdeen, Perryman's,
Krixewood, Magnolia, Chase's and Stemmer's Run,
Night Express at IPSO P, M. (Dully) lor Baltimore
and Washington, slopping at Chester, Ihuilow, Liu
wood, Clayiuont, Wiluiluglou, Newark, Kkton,
Kn.iiiuBiii HarmvlltA and U av re-da. Oraca.
Passengers for Fortre Monroe and Norfolk will
"W,U-W WILMINGTON TRAINS.
Htopplng at all stations between Philadelphia and
Wr1JlU'Uii.,.lr,h1a at 1100 A.M.. 180. 8D0. and
7 tb P. M. The 8 00 P. M. Train connects with Delaware
Railroad for Harrington and Intermediate stations.
Leave WUmlngUiu 7H0 and 8'10 A, M 1-30, 4-15, and
7', si P. M. The 8-lo A. M. Train will not stop Between
I . a n H LI 1, 1 1 q .1 u 1 1 ill I
Tbe 7 00 P. m. train from Wilmington runs dally.-All
Other Aoooninicuauou vr"""?""""; f.. . .
cin.u u a i'i iuiikk -111 PH1LADKLPH1A.
LeaVe Baltimore 7 25 A. M.. Way-Malli D 85 A. M.,
Mpres! 2-26 P. St.. JtiprBH, ir. .jwwii
" JiuniT H'Uaim KUDU BALTIMORhi.
Iau D.ni-,n...ip. M..touolni at Magnolia,
Perryman'e. Aberdeen, Havre-oa-Oraoe, Perryvllle,
Charleetown. North-Easl. Eikton, Newark, btanton
Newport, Wilmington, Claymoul, Lluwood, aud
Tbrou'kh ticket to all PolnU West, Bonth, and
BoLtto wit may be proonred at Ihe Ticket Office, No.
It CHEBNUT 'sueeCunder the Continental Jotel,
where, also, tale-room and berth In sleeping cars
can be secured during Ihe day. Person purchasing
ticket el this office can have their baggage checked
at their residence by the Union Transfer Oompany.
( jtl. Jr. AH.NIMXi.Xi Duyeriuwuuuui,
TTIAST FREIGHT LINE, VIA NORTH
ft P PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD, to Wilkes
barre, Mahauoy City. Monut Carmel, Centralla. and
all point on jjeuiga vauvj wuuvau ana it
brauches.
By new arrangements, perfected this day, thl road
I enabled to give Increased despatch to merchandise
consigned to the aoove namea point.
Uoods delivered at tbe 1 b rough Freight Depot,
is. fc. corner of FRONT and NOBLE Streeta,
Berorel p. at., wiureaou w uiuinm, uuuumstum,
triahany City. and the other stations In Mahauoy aud
WyoaJtig valleys before. 11 A.M. of the succeeding
day 17MI ElJsW CLAtUC, Ageut,
a FAI L J-lMJG.TAJtJKQ h.mT SKIT ,S laaa
k. The trains of li e Pisnuayl (.n. t..tral R .liVlvkrf
leave the D po ai I'll t K'l' v - r I tiarao" Ms ! K r
Bireeui, whlcn Is reached dlreoiiv kr- nii ..:.:
RUCTION SALES.
en reel ora. tue last car oonneotlua: wiiu
leaving f ront aud Market street tulrty uni,ut "f"
fote na departure. Th Clie-nm and WAluut btrt
cars run wlililn one equa-e t.l the Denot.
Oa Sundays Tlio Market Hirntl cars leave Front
aud Alarket street tbi-ty-hve minutes before the de
parture ot each train
Hleplng Car Tickets can oe hud on applUnilon at
tballcket olllce N. W. corner Ninth and Cbesnut
sireeis. and at ine depot.
Agents of lue Colon Trauster Coiupauy will call
for and deliver barege at toe depot, orders ,,lt at
Nc yel (Jbeannl atiewl. or IN 118 Market a.reet, will
receive attei.tloi.
TRAINS LKAVE DKPOT, V1Z:-
Mall Train S't'O A, M,
Paoil Accommodation, 10 o .. ji., 1 DO, aud 9 no P. in,
rs. Hue il 4U A. M,
Eile Expreaa l'4i)A. Al,
Uarriauurg Accommoiltttlou 20 P. H,
l.ancai-ter AiM-nmmoilatlor. 4-isi p. m,
Parkeaburg Traln... 5-30 P, Al,
Cincinnati Express -eo P. M,
Krle Mall tu Muftalo xuxpress M 11 00 P. M.
Pnllaoelphla F.xpreee 11 00 Nlgnt,
Krlo Mall leave dally, excupt Huudny, ruuiiinif to
Wllllkuiaporiculy Saturdty ' iiiht On Snnd y uUlit
puaaeuKers will leave Phll.nlu.pli'a at 12 o'cIock.
Phllauelphla Kxpress leaves dally. All ottier train
deity, except Sunday.
Tbe Western AiKuiuruodatt u Trln runs dally, ex
cept. iMinday, Kor ibis trl.i tickets uiuat ne pro
cured aud baggage delivered by 5 00 p. M., at Mo. 116
Market street.
TRAINS ARRIVE AT DEPOT, VIZ,:
Cincinnati itxprens 1-44 A.. M,
Pbllndeli lilu .xpr-su... 7. Ai
Paoil Accommoiiatlou ,s ?o A. m. . a 4uaud 710 P. M
Erie Mail end Kullalo ii xpreas....... jr-io a. jh,
Parkesourg Train u 10 A. u.
Fast Due - 0 -'5 A, hi,
Lancattier Train - l-'.'M) P. M-
Erle Kxpress S'lu P. M
Day Express 5 10 P. M,
Uarrlnbnrg Accommodation H bO P. M,
ior luriuer lufo,nie.tlin apply 10
JOHN C AlLK.N, Ticket Agent,
No. tad CHEdN OT Street,
CAPT. F. D. MAY,
Continental Hotel.
FRANCIS FUNK, Ticket Agent,
No. 118 MAHK.KT t-treet.
BAMUKL H. WALLACE,
. . .Ticket Agent at the Depot,
The Pennsylvania Railroad Company will not as.
snme any rink for Baggage, except tor Wearing Ap-
Earel, and limit their reepounibluty to One Hundred
ollars In value. All Bagangi) exceeding that amount
In value will be at the nek of the owner, uniees taken
by special contract, BDWAKD IL WILLIAM,
2! General Superintendent A I toon. Pa.
PHILADELPHIA. GEE MAIS TOW N. AND
aSORKISTOWN RAILRUAD -TIMJII TARLhT
FOR WERMAN TOWN, lABLih,
LeavePhlladelpnlas, 7, 8, 8 0S. 10, n, u a. M.. 1 1
8X. 8X. 4, 5. 5Jt. 610, 7. 8 , 10, 11, 12 P. i. "
LtaveGermaBtown.7,7,, 8,8'2o, ,i0, 11, 12 A, M
A' , I , , . , W, V, A.., A A A , ill.
The 8 2u Down Trulu, and and t Up Trains will
not stop on the Germauiowu Branch,
Leave Philadelphia A, M. 2, 7, V) P. M.
Leave German town 82 A. M. 1, A, tf'a p. M.
VU MMTH UT U1LL RaILKOAD.
Leave PhlladelDhla a. a. In li. a. m. -i sv 1 a
and 11 P.M. ' ' '
Leave c'hestnnt nui 7-11, 8, -4u, ma u-io m 1-40
8-40, 6-40, 8 40. 8 40 and 10 40 P. M. '
J1X DL .MJJ 1 O,
Leave Philadelphia A. 26. 1 and 7 P. M
Leave Cheotuut Hlil 7-sn A. M. 12-40. 5 40 and 9-2S
P. M.
' : . ,n.,L,iTAuni.inru .
Leave Philadelphia , 7,s, , Bnd n A M ,
4H 5S, , 8 " anu 114 1 . M. -
i niiiid Norrlatown 5-40. 1. J-6.1. 8. anil 11 a nr 11s
H.6a.and8iP.M.
Leave Philadelphia A. M., 2 30 and 71 P. M.
Leave Horrletown 7 A. M 5-30 and 9 P. M.
FOR MAJMAYUNK.
Imv PhlladelubtaS, Ii' 8. and it-es A. ..iu a
4K.6X, 6M, 8 06, and 11F. M. ' '
jave Manaynuk 6-10, 7H. 8, X, and 11 A. M.,
.;.. 0. ax, and p.m. MrTrwva
VA1 D V A- A ItM
Leave Philadelphia 8 A, Al., 2H and 7X P. M.
Leave Manayuuk 7J A. M 6 aud g P. M.
W, S, WIuSoN, General Superintendent,
Depot, NINTH and GRKh-N streets.
WE8T CHESTEtt AND PHILADELPHIA
RAlt.i.OAD WIN'IER AKRANGEMENT.
On aud alter MONDAY, October 6, 166, Trains will
lee.ve as iouowm
Leave Piilladeipnia rrom tue uepot, TtiiniT.
FlRsT and UUKrfNUT Streets, 7 45 A. M U A. M.,
2 10 P. M., 415 P. M., 4 tO P. M.. 816 and 11 Hi P. M.
Leave West Cneater tor Philadelphia, from Depot
on l ast Market street, al 0-5 A. M.,7'45 A. M , 8 00 A,
M , 10 45 A. 1M5 P. M., 4'M) P. M and H'o6 P. M.
Trains leaving West Chester at 8-00 A. M., and leav
ing Philadelphia at 4 50 P. M , will stop at B. C. Juuo
tlou aud Me.diaouly. Pabavngers to or irom station
between Weal Chester and li. C. Junction, going
East, will take tratn leavlug Wfst Choster at 7 45
A. M., and going West will t ke the trAln leaving
Philadelphia at 4 CO P.M., and transfer at B. C. Junc
tion. The Depot In Philadelphia Is reached directly by
M'S,SitHy.V.i?id ,i'al u ut tti reel are, Tbone of the
cars of both lines conuect w 1th eauli trulu 'upon lis
arrival.
ON SUNDAYS.
Leave Philadelphia at 8 30 A. M. and 2 0 P. M.
Leave West Chester lit 7 85 A. M. and 4 00 P. M.
Trains leaving Philadelphia at 7 4 a. M. and 4 50
P. M and leaving Westchester at 8 Oil A. HI. and 4 50
P. M., connect at II. C. Junction with TrnlosouP.it
B. C. R. It., lor Oxiord and Intermediate potuta.
4 10? HENRY WOOU, General Sup't.
TjiREIUlIT LINES FOR NEW YORK AND
J? ALL POINTts NORTH and EAST, and lor al
btatlons on Camden and Amboy and Connecting
Railroads, from Walnnt street wharf.
INCREASED DESPATCH.
Freight for all way polnu on the Oamdeu and
Aruboy, Freehold aud Jameubnrg, and Burlington
County Railroads, forwarded at 12 o'clock Noon.
For Trenton, Princeton, Kingston. Rocky Hill, and
all points on the New Jersey and Belvldere Rail
roads, forwarded at 2X P. M,
For New York,"at 12, 2. and 8 P. M.
Freight received from 7 A. M . to 6 P. M,
A slip memorandum, specifying the marks and
numbers, shippers and consignees, niuat In every in
stance be sent with each load of goods.
WALTER FREEMAN, Agent,
KQ.B.Ilawareenne
FURNISHING GOODS, SH1RTS.&C
H. 8. K. C.
Harris' Seamless Kid Gloves.
EYEBY rAIU WABBAHIEO,
KXCLUBIVE AGENTS FOR GENTS' GLOVES.
I. W. SCOTT a CO.,
MO. 814 tUEimiT klBEET,
pATEKT S U 0 U L D E K-S E A M
IIIIBI MAW t FACTOR r,
AND GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING STOBB.
PEBFECT FITTING BU1RT8 AND DRAWERS
made irom measurement at very short notice.
All other articles ol ULNTLEMEN'U DREjS
GOOiS in fall variety.
WINCH EvSTER & CO.,
113 No. 706 CHESNUT Street
DYEING, SCOURING, ETC.
NEW YORK DYEINU AN0 PIiINTI5G
EbTABLlhHMENT.
WORKS ON hTsVTKX ISLAND.
OlHces. No. 40 N. El OHTll .Mri el, west side, Phlla ;
No. 08 DUaN'K btroet
No. 752 BROADWAY. iN'ew York, and
Nos. 18-1 aud lati PIEHREi ON P Btreet, ll.ooklyn.
This old aud extensive eblubltsnmeut having been
In existence a half century a. e piepared to Y it aud
CIihANBiO Ladies' and (ieiit einea's Garments and
Piece Goods of every description aud fabric la their
usually unsurpassed manner.
uauany uuaurp e BAMUEL MARSH, President.
J. T. Youno, Secretary. 10 IB mwfjru
TRUSSES.
'BEELEY'B HARD UUBBJBH TUUSa,
No. 1M7 cnEBNUT street. This Truss oor-
rectly applied will cure and retain with ease the mo.
dlBlcult rupture; always clean, light, easy, sale, and
comfortable, used in bathing, Ailed to form, never
rusts, breaks, soils, become limber, or moves front
place. No strapping. Hard Rubber Abdominal Sup
porter, by which the Mothers, Corpulent, and Ladles
sutlering with Female weakness, will find relief and
rerfect support: very light, neat, and eflectual. 'te
nstruments, Bhoulder Braces, Elastlo Btoekiugs fo
weak limbs, Buspensloas, etc. Also. I'8 toca
Leather Truases. hail usual prlua. EadJ In attel.
noe. lWwfm
MEDICAL.
4t OENTUBY PLANT
MESCAL TONIO AND DIUREriO.
An emluent writer says of It; "And really
a patient owes some thauks to a doctor who
restores him with Nectar, Brupolh and fragrant, lu
Bteadcf rasping bis throat and tlaylng bis who e In
terlor wllb the bitter sucked by sour-tempered roots
from vUenlsh soils."
..bottlei t7.OKfllB & KOI.LOOK)
10 a No. l2 CHEMNPT H reel.
"DUflTINfl DriMitMHriw a. . :
of Bank street. BuocessoTs to John B.ti' a
LARUE it LE OP It It 1 1st K, FKFNP1T na-DUA
Ai(iiMRMTit! Why hoods KRiIA.
Oct. 2f, at 10 o'clock, on lour momh? credit. 1028 ft
iRge bale of .cakpetis, floor oav
Octohw an V," VrMiA? Mortilng,
about 2,o mV o clock, ou lour months' oredll.
omiHKe, aim Jnr,mn' Vene Ian. list, hemp,
cI'ULh, etc. carpetlngs; 1-aj pleoes floor ol
in 11 ii
1-ABOE PALE OF ttTTiTT-rr ru
tin Moiida, I,,'' )' "1C.
Wov. 8. at 10 o'clock. on 4U'' ,,. rifl Kt
SALE OP 1800 CAHK8 HOOTW KHOK8 TRAVlcr
Ll iMl I! A US., KIO. litAVKIe
November .. at ,0 o'clock ollJ
M Thomas i" 8oa, nos. 139 and i7i
b. fourth s'litiLit-K ' kAi) Ar 141
at clocL't'8, VVedu"lJJ' alteruoou. Octobar M.
l IV Hit,
ISnlo D I AT 1 '111 n . . . I 1 . . a - . .
llAMi.'DMK VKI.VI.i'. UKimvi'i i'""r!l7J
CIDER CARPETS. KTU ' '
r. . u On Thunday Morning,
-- - ...u ni.Ul.VU J HI III S n r
catalosue.a Inrge assi rtm, nt otauperlur Household
Fnruiture.comprlsinil-li.leaanlw.liiuldra-ii,ir"o
cbaniberBiilts.superlor n.aewood 7 cciaveplann lorte.
lnhde by hcherr; rosew. od cabluel piano, line I'lennh
LiiiZk Vrl iiwr 111 irrurs. eieiiHllt walutlt blinrfL
and ofb,"r carueteTc''"' - v. Bruaseli,
Also, 17 di'zen Pratt's patent wood saws.
ELEGANT MARBLE URNS. f 10 27 tl
A1ko, 2 lftige aud elegant marble tuns and pedestals.
MWM BROrilBKB, AUCTIONEEKS.-.
tLately Salesmen for M. Themaa Mi
!So.6wCHEbNLX bt..rear enuanw om Muio..
Bale at No. g(6 Cherry street.
BTJPKRIOR HtiUt-KHOLlI FUEN1TURF. MAT
GLiwlSW' "W'AD
On Thursday Morning,
October in, at 10 o'clock, at No. 600 Cuerry street, the
superior household lurulture, waluut cbsmber lurnl
lure, mattresses, beda aud beudlug, csrpeta, china
and slassware, extension table, kitchen luiulture and
titenslli, etc. My be exnmlned at S 0 clock on morn
ing 01 BRle jy ja A
VALUABLE MEDICAL AND MISCELLANEOUS
1.1 aH&HYi
. . . On Friday atlernoon,
Oct 80. at 8 o'clock at the auction rooms, No. 12s
Chesuut street. Valuable medical aud mlscellaueous
library, including many rare works on early Ameri
can History, 10 Sl 81
T0S1T1VE SALE OF A RTO0K OF REiDY-
MADE CLOTHING. CLyTlia. 1 IXTCREb, EICL
On Saturday Afternoon.
October 81. at two o'o'eck, at the auction rooms, br
caiacgue, the entire stock of a tailor declining busl-he-B,
ci mpilslng "
Over loo overcoats of va' Ions kinds and slues. An
assortment ot business suits, coats, pants, and veatir
cloths In the piece, remnants, etc. vests,
'Iheclotblnt Is ol late manuiacture, and will be sold
In lots to sii. t purchasers. I0S17I
May be examined on the day previous to sale.
CJ D. McCLEES & CO. AUCTIONEERS
J No. 808 MAI EET Btreet. v.o
SALE OF 1SC0 CASES BOOTS, BHOES. BR0GAN8
BALMORALB, ETC,
. Ou 'Ihursday mornlug,
Oct. 59. at 10 o'clock, we will sell, oy catalogue, for
cash, lt00 cases Men's, Boys', and YoutbsBooia.
feboes, Brogans, Balmorals, etc.
Also a lare assortment of Ladles', Misses', and
Children's city made gooos. 10 24 41
H0MAS BIIICH & SON, AUCTIONEEBS
AND COMMII-SION HEROHANT8, Na IDS
CaIEBNUT Btreet; rear entrance No. U07 Bansom all
SALE OF A COLLECTK)NbE RARE AND VALTJ.
ABIE AMERICAN AND FORKjGKI GOLD, B1L.
VliiR, AND I PPK.R X1NS AM) MEDALS.
On Wednesday aud Thursday,
October f8 and 19, at 8 o'cl. ck P. M , at the auction
store. No. lllo Chesuut street, we will sell the collec
tion of rare and valuable American and foreign gold,
silver, and copi er coins and medals, the property of
J. Colvln Kendall, Esq.
Catalogues are now ready for distribution at the
auction store. 10 24 41
BALES OF VALUABLE OIL PAINTrNfJS. "
On THURSDAY and FRIDAY EVENINGS, Nov.
li and la at 7,' o'clock, at the auction store, No.
J110 Cbesnut street.
Mr. CHaRlEH F. HASWLTItfE (prevloni to re
movliiir to his new building, JNTo. 1115 Cbesuuc street)
vii, oiobe ncvni cusnisumsnis, Including specimens
American-- fni0U8 artists, i'uropeau aud
Bnkalowle-i, Beaumont, Patvols,
KnKleharot, Debrechou, Wauters,
l'ttpe, Ducbe, Mooher.
Plchcl, Deiters, Pjof, Walraven,
1.lJt?.! , , , Meisner, Van Btarkinborgli,
W. T. Richards, Noerr. De Diaukeluer,
I. B. Irving, Hetzel, Lau'ent de Buel.
lloiiiiet, Rotbermel, Bohnssele, '
Beulelle, Brevoori, Falrman,
bully. Bellows, Bristol,
J. D. Bmlllle, K. Moran, parton,
Haul Weber, U.W.N lcholson,Cresson, eto.
W. 8. Young, Ramsey,
The paintings will be open for exhibition from Wet
nesday, Oct. 2s, nntll day of sale. lo 27 it
CLABK 1t EVA8, AUCTIONEERS. NO. 630
CHEbN OT Street. '
Will sell THIS DAY, Mornlug and Evening,
A large Invoice of Blankets, Bed bpreads, DryUoodS.
Cloths, Casslmeres. Hosiery, btatlonery, Table and,
PocKet Cutlery, Notions, etc.
City and country merchants will find bargains.
Terms cash.
Goods packed free of charge, 39
LTPP1NC0TT, SON & CO., AUCTIONEERS.
AbHHURbT BUILDING, No. 240 MARKET
Street.
CARRIAGES.
mm
GARDNER & FLEMING
Z U R E N
CONCENTRATED 1NDIU0,
c.
For the Laundry, Free from Oxtvllo Add, 8eo
Chemist's CeillUouta
A Patent Pocket Pincushion or Emery Bag In each
Twenty Cent Box. (1 27 mwlim
fot tale by U i wpectable Grgcen nnd DruKgUtsJ
CARRIAGE BUIL.DKR81
No. 214 S0UTII FIFT11 STREET,
BELOW WALNUT.
An assortment of NEW AND S EOON D-HAWD
carriages alwals on band at reabonablb
PBJCJbA sWAMsasm
GAS FIXTURES.
G
AS FIXTURE B,
MIBKKY, MERRIIJj A THAOEARA,
AU. ,10 JJXJDs3a u a lonrvvs,
mannfactnrers of Gas Fixtures, Lamps, eto., &
wonld call the attention of the public to their large aoef
elegant assortment of Gas Chandeliers, Pendanlsu
Brackets, eto. They also Introduce gas-pipes InM
dwellings and pnbllo buildings, and atluud to ex lead
lug, altering, and repairing gas-plpea.
All work warranted. I IU
liU'KOYED li ALU HOKE
FIRE-PLACE HEATER,
WITH
llluniinatiDg Doors and Windows,
AMD
Muirazluo of unfllclcnt
li,. mmwr 1
capaclt for fuel
to last 24 Iiouru.
TJieuiost chcciTul and perfect Heater Iu use.
BOLD WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BT
J. 8. CLARK,
No. 1C08 MARKET STREET.
lOlllmrp HILADELPHIA.'
QEORCB PLOWMAN.
CAlirEIiTES AND BUILDHfl
REMOVED
lo No. 134 DOCK Stmt,
PHILADELPHIA'
QOTTOS AN1)PAX a btd CABTV as,
J BAIL Dl( aU DumbKr and brands
Tent. Awning. , r-KoK
A Iso Paper W an u';'7r7. Blt7ng. iall Twlo (44
several let I iji, V kvhuiN a 00..
iU w,o,loss'OJHar. All,

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