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THE DAILY EYEISriN"G TELEGRAPH PHIL ADELPUT A, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 27, 1809.
STARS. Above m the shining Bhell of tara Blowly slides o'er the hollow night, And I watch the fiery head of Mara Wander across It with great calm flight. No constellation fails in its plaee, The pole forgets not its changeless course, They seal creation on the faoe With law unswerving, resistless force. 0 stars, who are flaming ministers 1 IThat through (lod's seorets go in and out! 0 solemn skies, be my comforters When tossed by trouble and torn by doabt I Yon, whom fixed order and ho wild chance Visibly binds in eternal bands, Forbid me the fear of all oiroumstanoe, For I also, 0 stars, I am in God's hands t II. P. Spofkord, in Harnr's Magazine. LITERATURE. hliVIKW OF NKW 1JOOKH. From T. 11. Peterson & brothers we have received "The Rod Court Farm," by Mrs. Henry Wood. This is an elaboration of a Btory written by Mrs. Wood which appeared serially aevtral years ago,-and it is printed from advauix'd proof-sheets and issued here almnllaneoutily with its publication la Europe. Mrs. Wood is certainly not a writer that can be compared with George Eliot, for instance, but she has the faculty of weaving an interesting plot, and her stories are finch as appeal to the sympathies and tastes of a large majority of novel readers. "The lied Couit Farm" will instain her reputation rs a fascinating novel writer, and those who have wept over the Woes of Lady Isabel in "East Lynne" will be likely to desire the perusal of this laat work of Mrs. Wood. From Messrs. Tamer Brothers & Co., No. 808 Chesnut street, we have received "A Good Fight," and other tales by Charles Reade. Published by Ilarper & Brothers. "A Good Fight" was originally published in Oncc-a-Week and Harper's Weekly, and it pro bably did more to advance Mr. Reade's reputation than all of his previous works pnt together. The story is artistic in Its construction, and it is carefully written. The subject is one that seems to have inte rested the author deeply, for he subsequently ,1 V l J it' . i I . i t 11 i i vtauuraiau vuia aiviy mio a uuiay novel, enti tled "The Cloister and the Hearth." Although the latter is more elaborate, the general reader will be likely to find its piedecessor more animated, and in reality more interesting. We have always preferred "A Good Fight" to the balky story that srperseded it. "A Good Fiht" has been Out of print for a number of years, and those Who read it when it was originally published will doubtlers be glad to do so again. The work is handsomely gotten up by Messrs. Harper & Brothers, and is illustrated with the designs by Mr. C. Keeue which originally appeared.in Once-a- Wee!;. The short sketohes entitled "Autobiography of a Thief" and "Jack of all Trades" are given in the volume Mbfore us. Messrs. Ilarper & Brothers are issuing a Sew edition of Charles lleade's works, and Messrs. Turner Brothers & Co. have now on their shelves "A Good Fight," "Foul Flay," I and "Hard Cash." Charles Raadu is de- !fJV VJ v 4 w v wv wwww ' V V4 4 MV VltUM S 4 the day, and if he sometimes deals in the "sensation" element, he never degenerates into triviality, and always gives something that is worth reading. The Old Literature or India. The Government of India has tukcu a stop which should ensure to it the gratitude of all Heightened Hludoos, and of all those In general Interested in Sanskrit philology. It has resolved to allot annually a sum not Ices than 2400 to the purpose of purchasing and making knowu important 8anskrit MSS., to be preserved here- titer, from loss in one of the public libraries of India, cr in the home libiury of the Iudia QfBco. The circumstances connected with this liberal rasolutiou deserve especial mention. The learned liadha Krishna, Chief i'andit to the lite Lahore Durbar, had presented the Sanskrit Text Society with a catalogue 01 liis spieiiuiu llbrarv of Sanskrit MSS., nud was iu coiisc- anence requested by this society to supply it, if - 'ii :ii. : : I .. ..i.i . c 1 1 pOtSlUie, W11U UlllCl BlllJIKlI LiUUlUUL'S Ul IUU JIS. libraries of learned native?, so that their existence ana contents miiui oe mane Known to toe worm at large, iiie icarueu ranuit not only leuuily pionuteu to accede to the requeet oilbe society, but improved the opportunity bj petitioning tue uovt nior-iicnerui to use his power and influence to the sunie end. Sir Jol'U Lawrence Buonnttea ttio letter ol pandit Hatiiia Krishna to Air. Whitley Stokes, tbe Secretary to the Lcarilutivo Council of India, au it was this accomplished scholar celebrated not only as a Celtic philoloRcr and editor of several standard works on Hindoo law, Dut as laminar mso wnu many oi tue ver naculars ol Iniia wlio expanded the wish of the Lahore Pundit into au elaborate scheme from which will date a new era of Nanskrit re lerrh iu India. According to this scheme. Infiw beconi law by the resolution of the fiov- lernoient of India, competent sjeutlemeu will be .eutou tours in liuua to explore me existence of old ShiisKrit MSS. relating especially to tlie IVedaB. the Hindoo law, Sfiikrit pramtimr, lexi cography, and philosophy, in purchase them, or if "this he not possible, to liavc taitliiul copies taken ot them, Hud to send oriiunU or copies to the library to be designated by (jovemuient Vortneir ultimate pTfteivtiuun. ui ucu iua.i. f ..nli.tn nrlll Via nr m 1 .i I iii tliul frnnd . C0lUKlUlt 11010 J, 4 4 "V i.wmiii-11) u ...iw- .jitti'd not only to the Government of India, ;,at also to the India Oflice and to scholars in Surope, o as to elicit lroai mem Biipsesiions De acteu upon in tut' piosicss oi ima ic itch. An annual crant o! 300 to the Asiatic ocietv of lieu pal, i ndditiou to that of 000 ..niiail v already received tioni tloverunietit by ljttt learned body, will be moreover devoted to he publication ot tnese midkw works, ana jUs to extending the usefulr.of-s of the scheme .pvonds tbe bounds of the fortunate libraries Lnii'h will come Into possession of these literary features, rue eiiuemen in muiu recom jeBiled by Mr. Btokes in his regard for the lurking of bis plan, are the cole- Ljttd S-ankrittwt taboo Kijendra Lai ,..., In 1 i ( ' 1 1 L" fi 1 . Mr. Itinnpll In Mnrliuj ii.iilv HCfomplisljcd and dHtlntrulshed mum.. Jr0f tbe Madras civil service, and Dr. Binhtcr, ofeBsor of Sanskrit iu the Elphiustone CoIIcko ; Bnrabav. This bcheme Mr. Htokes himself L' upon as the commencement of a great and Idea, ajmw .i. la uuo Ul bullae CUIU- .nr(j vlllrll Ullfn firiiLnml hn nilnda libn (, stokes', is sure of suece.su; and we are con tint that it will prove to be one of those wise IC Inn. which will en fur in unn tlm of all enlijrhtHned Hindoos, uul aHhen their good leelim?,a towurd- those who i over their destiniea. London Alhetuvum. u u Paid that Rossini's widow has been 7 otK',000 francs for the posthumous rfrkiofW husband. Southern Feeling:. In au article In Harper's Magatinc, entitled 'Chivalrous and fsem.-fjbivalrous Southrons," Mr. J. W. De Forest writes as follow!: The gieat majority of the Bouthemrra, deujlng that tticy provoked the war, looklnn; upon us Dot as the saviors of a coaimon country, but as the subjugators of thctr sovereigu Slates, recard us nitli oetostation. I tpeak of the "chivalrous Southrons," the centry, the e ducated, the socially influential, tue class which before the war governed tho Houtb, the class which may soon govern it iipuiu. Imagine the wrath of a fine pcntlcnian, once the rcoreseniBiivo of liis country abroad, who finds himself dilvcn to open a beer aloon. Inuicine the ind'.t: nation of a tine lady who niucl keep boarders; ol another who miiit go out to set vice little li'ps than menial ; of another who niut beg latious with low-downeis and n'Bi'oes. During tbu war I saw women ol good tannics at the iouth who hud no blockings; and hero I bc h ave to stop and ak the reader to conceiv fully, if he can, the sense of degradation which must accompany micli poverty; a degradation of dirt and nakedness und slatternly uncomclim s., be 11 observed; u itcgraaation wmcti scemeato place tuem be?idc the iiei:ro. Let ns imugine the prosperous ladies ot our civilization prevented only from wearing the latest lushion-; what munliest man ot us all would like to assume the responsibility of such a piece of tyranny ? Jloreovcr, "Our Lad y of Tears," the terrible Maler Lachrymnrum ot De yuinoey's vimoim, tills the whole fciouth with her ouicnes for the dead. It is not so much a wonder us a pity that ihe women are bttur, aud leach bitterness to their clnldreu. )f course there arc lower and more ridiculous motives for this hate. Noh-eomoiitauts, sure of at least bodily i-alety, ate apt to be warlike, and to blow chciip trumpets of mock hcioi.sm. ! nriliei more, it W HiUtocratic to keep aloof from I'aukceg; and what women docs notdesire to have the toiic of grand sooielj? When will this sectional aversion end? I cau only oiler the obvious reflect ion that it is desir able tor both North and tinuth, but especially lor the weaker of the two, that it should eud as quickly as possible. For the sake or the entire lcpubltc we fhoul l endeavor to make all our citizens teel tuut they ure Americans, aud nothine but American. If we do not accom plih that end, we shall not rival the greatness ot the homaus. It was not patrleinuism which made Rome great, so much as the vast com munity and bonded strength of Roman citizen ship. Let us remember iu our legislation the law of HOlidarity; the fact tbatuo section ot a community can be injured without injuring the other sections; that the perfect prosperity of the whole depends upou the prosperity otall the parts. This idea should be kept in view despite of provocations; this policy will iu the cud pro duce bioad aud sound national unity. As the Southerners tiud that the republic briuus them prosperity they will little by little, and one by oue, become rs loyal as the people ot other sections. Whether chivtilrou1 or semi chivalrous, the Southerner has more in4ivldu ility oi character than the Northerner, and is one of the most interesting, or, at all events, oue of the most amus'np, personages om this coutiueut, if not m tbe world, lie has salient virtues, vices, aud oddities; he has that lich, pruetical humor which is perfectly unconscious of being humor istic; he in the gravest manner decorates his lite Vtith ludicrous aud romantic virtues; iu short, he is a prize lor the anecdotist aud novelist. Dixie has thousands of high-toned gentlemen who suppose themselves to be patterns oi solemn anu staia propriety, out wuo would be fit to asiociute with thj Caxtons aud Doctor Riccabocca. In that land of romance you will find Uncle Toby and Squire Western hud Kr 11 tt Crawley and Colonel Wewcouie and Mr. Pickwick and Le Chourincur, all moving in the best society, und quite sure that they are Admirable Crichions. Audacity, vehemence, recklessness, passiou, sentiment, prejudice, vauily, whiuiwUains, ab surdities, culture, ismorauce, courtliness, bar barism 1 The individual has plenty of elbow room ut theSouili; lie kicks out of the traces with a freedom unknown to our steady-pulhug i-osiety ; he is a bull in Mrs. Unuidy's china shop. t?tian!ic:t ot all, he believes that he is like the rest ot the world, or, more accurately, that the rest of the world should be like him. The chivalrous Biuthron has been too posi tively aud authoritatively a political power to get lair treatment iu literature. People have not described him; they have felt driven to de claim about him; they have preached for him or preached against him. Northern pens have not done justice to his virtues, nor Southern pons to hiB vices. How shall we manage this eccentric creature? We have been ruled by him; we have fought him, beaten him, made him captive; now what treatment shall we allot him? My opinion is, that it would be good both for him and for us if we should perseveringly attempt to put up with his oddities and handle him as a pet. He resembles the ideal white bears dosenbed in the "I'eailof Urr's Island;" "there ain't no kinder creeter in tlie whole world if you'll only got the right side of him." It is true that he lias wauted to eat us, which is exasperating; it is true that he still talks ot eating us at some convenient season, which is ridiculous: but I believe that he Buffered too much in our late struggle to Eeriously think of renewing it; I hold that his war.snorts ure mere election buncombe. A 'little letting alone, a little conciliation, a little flattery even, would soothe him aoiaitingly ; and ii united with good government would iu the end be sure to reconstruct him as a quiet citizen and sound patriot. The Republican party, while firmly maintaining the integrity of the country aud the great results of the war in the advancement of human freedom, ought to labor aealously lor the prosperity of the South, treat tenderly its wounded pride, fortjet the angry past, be patient with the perturbed present, and so create a true, heaiticlt, natioual unity. A TH'Uet-oM.enve Unn. The biography of Thoaias Smith, tickct-of-leave man, as given recently iu the Marl boiough police court, though brief, is more instructive than many volumes. In fourteen years Hmith has been nine times convicted, and sentenced to terms of imprisonment which added together make thirteen years and nearly lour months. The record is as lollows: "Six weeks, 1&,-I; eighteen months, 1835; thice mouths, 180"; two months, ls.lti; four years, ls58; bis months, 'another Mx months, 13C2 ; threa months, 1603; and six years' penal servitude, 1803." Mr. TyrwLitt, tbe maeistrate, observed, with much simplicity, that "he could not understand how such a man was at large at all." It is clear that if he had been kept in gaol lor the whole four teen years the uitlcreuce to him would only have been some nine mouths' liberty enjoyed iu scattered intervals of a few days at a time, aud the difference to tho public three quarters' extra maintenance minus the saving represented by the prevention of at least a scoie ot robberies. He has now been committed for trial, with a dozen rtcent burglaries to his charge. fall MM'. U (( .( ('. l.OlMlUU. He tinncfi number nifiro Ihnn .Vill enn nn,l Uj etieets, if placed iu line, would exteud fioiu Liverpool to iew i ora, anu are nguiea at night l... m( mid lumiia finnanmlnir t . twenty-four hours about 13,000,000 cubic feet of gas Ot tho w ater supply, 44,363,328 gallons aro uttd per day. Tlie travelling public sustain Gtmo cabs und 1&00 omnibuses, besides all the other sort3 of vehicles which human needs cau re quire or human wit invent. Its hungry popu lation devour iu the course of every year 1,000,000 quarters of wheat, 210,000 bullocks, l.mo.OOO sheep. 28,000 calves, 36,000 pigs, 10,000,000 head of game, 3,000,0000 salmon, and innumerable lish ot other sorts, and consume 43,200,000 gallons ot beer, 2,000,000 gallons of tpirits, aud C5.000 pipes of wine. As a conse quence, 2100 doctors find constant employment. London, filially, supports 852 churches, which aie pretided over by 1)30 divines of greater or less note. The A'ation. Charles Reade's theatre is to be built iu the Uromptou Road, in the southwest district of Loudon. Cbribtmas, lbOD, is the data fixed for tlie completion, of the enterprise. SHIPPING. H3 LORILLARD'S STEAMSHIP LINB FOR NEW YORK. Balling Tuesdays, Tharcdftys, nd Baturdkys at noon. I he winter rates at whloh (freight ts not taken 1 20 cenUi per 100 pounds, gross, Scents pet foot, or 2 cents per gallon, ship's option The Line la now prepared to contract for spring rates lower than by any other loute, commenctnK on filaich IB, 18-59. Advance charge canned at oUlua on 1'ier, Freight .tctlved at all lime ou covered wbarf. JOHN P. OIIL, S SS Cm Tier 19 Norm Whrvee. N. ll. Kxtra rates on small packages Irou, nielalH, elc. FoU LIVERPOOL ANU QUKKN8 ,4mIUm. TOWjN.-luman Lane of Mall ttleauieit ace Kepuinled to Bull an fulluwu: tH OK lAKiiKON. Batiirdny, January 80. HIV OK ilAljl'lAIOKlt, eavurUHy, Fturuary 6, t'l't Y OF (JOitK, 1 liBoa.y, February K. Cll'V OF 1'AMlJi oi HKOOJiljYM, fcaturJay, J t'b, II aud fach suiXfiHllrig Saturday and alteruule TueiiU t 1 M., iroui 1'ler 4fi, Aorili ittver. tVli-O OF rAWillh, Br TH MAIL, BTKAMKS tAlLI.NW KVaaV ItATUBOAY, Payable lu OuiU. Fnyable lu Currency. FIIIBi' CABiiN (lnoaii,ii,hAUlli l-A to LunUun..,, lii.il lo Iji liHOil- 4i to Fans 1 1 I io Furls ii J'AHSAHK 11 y turn TUKbDA'.' STKAMh.fl VIA H. UlAi. 1UHT CAI.IK, KHtKllAH, Fa) aole la Uold, Fayulle lu Currency, X.; v erpuul.- I'lO I LI v jrpool ...43 li4tu:nz Imuiax 1 tit. John's, K. h t j,, il. Juhii'd, iN. F 1 Sft b) iirii(ih hteui.',er.... 1 y iirauuii btrBUior... .''noBoiuiTB also lcrftrdt)ai,oiiavie,iiaiuijurg,Aire uu u, cK'., kI rwluod rain, '1 ioki-iH cuu he buuKlit here by pernoim sending fur I In Ir ineutl.i, ol TinnHrtt.t' rfcU'H. Jror (uriUHi luluiuianua iily at the Coinpp.ny'k Oljii'es, JOIN O. DALK, Afjeut, No. IS BKOA DffAY, N. Y. Or to o-ilOjNM.l.l J: VA U LK, AijoniH, Ku. 411 LijvrLl' Hlrutt, Fhliauelpala. ONLV DIRECT LINE.TO FRANCE, int. i .n.i F.liA L T 1! ASM 4'1'L;. NTIC COMPANY'S AM) ILAXhJi.. CAX.L1NO At' IIKK!'. The sjih utlut i.e-vi s-lb on uni lavome ruulfl for I the I'oniineiit will sitll from Fitr ISo. oit iSorth river, b'J'. LAlltlNT .r.rocamle Saturday, Oct. S Ylklb JK FA Htci suruiuiil fciuturduy, Oct. 17 r FUFlKh, Ducheaue bAturday, OUt. 81 THICK OF FASSAOE In gold (Including wlue), lO FUFbi' OU 1IAV11E, First Cnhln i lo tii'oond C'ttbiu tii IU J-Allltt. (Including railway tlckeis, turnlahed on board) First cubm (Hb Meouud cubin $85 These Bteaujera do 1.01 carry meerage pauoeUKeru. Jlittlicul uLiendauLe liee ul charge. American travellers going lu or returning from the uon wnt-nt of Juirope. by ukirjg the ste tuieis of lhi Hue avoid uuncutHary rinks ruin trauait oy F.ti((lish ruilwaya aud crmimng tue uhuunel, hestdus vaVihg t.uie, trouble, and expense. Oi.(JK(jJi AlOKKN.IK, Agent, No. on liHOAl) WAY, New Yoilt. For poitBBge lu Fuliadelphla, apply at AUuis' Fxi rtai, C'oiiipny, to 11. L. 1.1-JAF, UiJ No. 820 CHF.SSUI' blreet. -tfrref. PHILADELPUIA, RICHMOND 5ititJjtai AND NOKF01.K ST&AM8H1P LINK, Tlilwol-Oii FltitlOHT AlK UNa XO t&S tsOL TH AND W Mai, KVFJtY HAXUKDAY, At noon, from timT Y JA liF above MARKET Street. ADltOTJOH KATKa and TUBOUOH RKOEIFTS to all poluls lu North aud fcouth Carolina, via tsea bnaid Air l.lue llallroud, connecting at I'orunuouth and to Lynchburg, Va., Xeuneiibce, aud tbe Weet, via Vligluia aud Xeuueaaee Air Line aud lUoluuond and DAnMlle ivttllroKU, " i-rcitthl UAMiLKD IlVJT OSCK, and taken ai LOWFli KATIUS '1HAH ANY OlHtfit LUiX. Xhe regularity, ualely, aud cheapnead ut this routs Couiuieud it lo the puuilc aa the luo. dtjeiiable we Ojiim for carryint every dacripiion ot truight, ISo charge for uouuuuiuton, diayae, 0.' auy ttxpemt Of trauBfer. liuaniHhlifl Insured at lowest rates. ii'rklght received dully. WJLX.IAM F. CI.YDB A CO., No. U Norlh aud Bomb. WKAUVm W. F. POBTF.K, Ageut at Klohnioud aud City Folnt. T, F, CBOWLL & CO., Agents at Norfolk. ( 11 ,f(fV" EW EXPRESS LINE TO ALEX; jlrfWiirtimn "''''' i Ueorgetown, and Washington' u. j via Lhesttpeirke aud Delaware Oanal, with oon nitctloua at Alexandria from the most direct route fur D nchbura, l-rniiol, Knoxvllle, Nashville, Dalton aud the Kouihweat. bteauiers leave regularly every Saturday at nooa from the Urtt wharf aoure Market sUeet, Freight received dally. WM p CLYDK A CO., No, 14 North aud south Wharves, J. B. DAVIBISON, Ageut at Oeorgelown. M. FLDKlDOli. A Co., Ageuht at Alexandria, Vlr. gluia, el fX-f KUTICE.-FOB NEW YORK, VIA n4i.' ii" ' ' "i'i- atinaaiiAj UAJN A Ii. itAFKFrfSa bTFAMliOAT OIlll-ANv ' The bteam Fropellers of this line' leave DALLY from lirt.1 wharf below Market street, XHKOUUH AN il HOUi'tB. Goode Arwarded by all the lines going ont of York, North, Jtaat, and West, free of coiumlsaloa, freights received at our usutil low rates, WILLIAM F. CA.YD1S b CO., AgenM, t a tt a B' WHA VKS, Fhlladelphla; JAMEH HAND, Agent. gu JXo. lltf WALL blreet, corner of South, New York r mAtiZZs F0B EW YORK-SWIFr-SUEl ,p"j;i,1iC-.".'-.TrftiiHiiorttlnn Company Despatch ana bwiil-sure Lines, via Delaware and Aiarllan Canal, on and after the lsth of March, leaving dally at 12 M. aud s P, M connecting with all Northern and Kastern lines, , . For freight, which will be taken on accommodating lernis, apply 10 WILLIAJ M. BA1KD A CO., 1 11 NO. 132 H. DKLAWAiUi AvenMJ RAILROAD LINES. PHILADELPHIA, GERMANTOWN, AND NOAtAlAS'lOWN KA1LKOAD. TIMK TABLE. FOH UKHMAh TO WN. Lraverhlladeiiihla at , 7, g, 9-U5. 10, 11. 12 A. M 1, t!,'16, i.,b. Pi. flu, 7, 8,9,10, 11, It P.M. Leave turmautown at 0, 7, T,i, 8, 8'2o, U, lu, 11, 12 A. W,, 1, a. . ,4,. 8 0.'a,7, 8, U. lo. 11 F. M, Xhe 8 Ui dow u irlii, aud S aud tjj up trains, wilt not slop ou the Uermauiown Branch, ON BUNDAY8. Leave Philadelphia at e-is A. M., 2, 7. and 10V P M Leave oeriuaniown at 8' lit A. M 1, 6, ana a F. M. CHKSTNUT HILL KAILROaD. Leave Philadelphia at a, 8, lu. 12 A. M., 2, i, s, 7 9, tttd 11 1J, At. Leave Cheatnut IIIUat7'10, 8, 0'10, ll'lO A, M Imo S'W, u'4'j, 8 M, B'tu, and 10 40 p. M, ' ON 8 UN DAYS. Leave Phtladnlphla at 1) 16 A 1 and 7 P. M. Lt ave ChtBluUt Allll at 7'iiU A. M., 124u, O'-iU, and 9 25 P.M. i FOR CON8HOHOCKFN AND NORRISTOWN. Leave FhliaUelphla at U, 7i, V, aud 11'Uj a. M IV, 3, 8 ui, and 11' j 1. 11. Ltave Norrlslowu alii 40, 7, 7 '60, 9, and U A, M., I V, 8. 4, 6.',, aud 8.', P. M. ON 8USDAYS, Leave Phllnflelphla at A. M.: V,i and 7' P. M. Ltave Noiribluwn at 7 A. b'3 and U A', bl. FOR MANAYDNK. Leave I hilRdt'lpblu at 8, 7.V 9, aud 1105 A. M,; l1;, S, 'k. 6,'. ti'i.81'0, aud li;a P. M. L-ave MituayuuK at6'10. 7,'a, 8 20. 9,'j, and 11,', A.M.; 2, S.'s, &, ii.'. auu A'. U. ON bCNDAYS. Leave Philadelphia am A. M ; a and 7' j P. Ii. Ltave Manayunk alT.'a A. U.i aud 9', p. M. W. b. WfAJsON, Oeuerul butierloteutient. Dtpot, Ninth aud Oreeu sireeia. -VTORT1I PENNSYLVANIA JiAILROAD. IN For BFTAlLU lihiM, DO Y LMb&OW&, MAULlX irjll.'NK, KAf'lON, WILLI AW rCTRl', WILKKa. I'.ABMK, UAHANOY CIAY, AlOViNT CAKMKL, Pi'AXbx6N, TUNKHANNOCK, AND HCKAN A'ON. VVlNlfcll AKUAMUliMF.NXri, Passenger 'Aralne leave the Depot, coruer of BFJRK3 and AMERICAN bireeta, dalLy (buudaya excepted), W-'Vy0.:- . AU A. JH.. riXpreBS lor xtrtuiuiiuui, Aueuiown, Uauch Chunk, iittzlelou, Wllliamspurt, wllkeubarre, Malianoy City. 1'lilntou, aud Xuukhanuock. U'46 A. M. (kzpresH) for liethleheui, Kaslon, Allen ti wu, Itauch Chunk, WUkesbarre, Plttolou, and bci aulou. At 1 46 P. M. (ExpresH) for Bethlehem, Mauch Cliubk, Wllktsbarre, l'ltwtnn, and bcraiitou. At 6-od p, M. lor Aieihiebeui, FhmUju, AlleutowU ud 11 audi Chunk. For Doylciilow n at 8'45 A. M., 2 fi and 4'15 P. M. For Fort Wellington at lo tu A. M. aud 11 BOP. M. For ijtnHdale at b'iJ'J P. M. l illli and hlxih Btreeui, Wecond and Third strnebl, and Union CUy Paaaeuger Atauway ruu to tho new "JHAINH AKRIVK IN I'll IL4 DKLPif I A From Aitlhleueui at 910 A.M., n lu, aud 830 V. M. Vmin JioyiMtown at 8 '88 A. M., 4'&5 aud 7 P. M. From J.ain'iitle at 7'aO A. M. Iruui ort WMi,0,,liSi'i a v m ' U(1 8'1 r' M' Plifladelphta for JlHtbleheiu at V 80 A. M, Philadelphia lr lioylenlowu al'2 P. AI, DoyleaUiwn for Philadelphia 17 A. M. li ihllinn for Phllade'phla at 4 P. M. I'likelN sold and Bagkage chettkt'd through at Mann's North I'eunnylvaui Baggage KiprtHM OlUce, RAILROAD LINES. 1 QfQ FOB NEW YORK. THE CAMDEN IOUO. AND AM BOY AND PHILADKLPH I A ANIXTRKNTON RA ILROAD.OOM HANI KS' L1NKH J,IM PUIUADlfJiLU. TO NH.W YORK, AND WAY FLACXH. . m yaOM WALWUT gTRKKT WHARF, At B'80 A. M., via Camden and Amboy Accom-...(2'28 At ( A. M., via Oamdeu and Jeiney City hi. Mall 8-00 At i P. M., via Camden and Amboy Kxprms..M 8 '00 At 8 P M.. for Amboy and Intermediate stations. At 6-80 and 8 A.M., and too p. M. for Freehold. At 8 and 10 A. M., 2, 1'BO, and 4'80 P. M. for Trenton, Ate so, 8, and in A. M., 1.2, 8 80,4 so 6, and 11-80 P. M. for Bordentown, Burlington, Beverly, and De lanoo, . At e and 10 A. M 1, n, 4 80. 6. and ipso P. M. for Florence, Edgewaler, Riverside, Rlvenon, Pal. myra, and Fish House, and 8 P. for Florence and Flvorieo, The 1 and M-Sn P. is. Lines leave from Market Street JTerry (upoer side.) raoM KKNS1NOTOW ntPOT. At 11 A.M., via KeriKlngton and Jersey City, New York Kx pruts Line, Fareti. At 7-i ai.d 11 A . At. 2 .n, a 80, and 5 P. M. for Trenton and Brtuol. AndatlO'lSA Al for Urinlol. At 7 80 and 11 a. M. 2 80, and 6 P. M. for Morrlsvllle and Tiiliytown. At 7 :) and 10-18 A. M. and 2 80, and 5 P. M, for bclieiick's and Fddlniriuii. At 7 80 and lo'15 a. At . 2'HO, 1, 8, and 8 P. V.tnr Corn, well's, 'J rreaoale, Alolmt'nurK, THCony, Wih'iIoij. mlnir, BrldeeburK, and Frankiord, aud al 8 P. M. for Dolniet'ura and liuernmdlttie bttitlous, FROM WKH'l' JrlWLADELPHIA DEPOT, Via CoiiiKMHIng Railway. At 8-4B A. M , I''. 4, fl-au. aud 12 P.M. New York Kx prtss LI dir, via Jersey City; Faro, 88 26. t 11 80 1'. Al.FImlgrani Line; Fure, fi. At '4ft A. Al., l'!ii, 4. 6-nn. and 12 P. Al., for Treuton. A l 9'46 A. M., 8, K .Wand 121'. At., ior Br.B'.ol. At 12 P.M. (NlKht). lor Morrisvilte, Tullytown, Pi'lier.ck's, Kodlngion.CornwMra.Torresiiale.lloliues. burg.'iuco'.y.Wlbaluouilug, Brldeabur', and A'tauk- Th'e 9'45 A. M., 8-.10 aud 12 P At. Lines will ruu dully. All otlicrn, buuditys exnepled. For Llni s leaving ivcuslngloii depot, take tho cars on 'llurd or Fifth Blrt'i-ln, al ( hermit, 80 nilnnii-s before deparinre. 1 lu cars ( f (Hurkel Hlreetitaliway run direct to WeBt Phltndplplila Ut'pnt, Cnesmit and Wvlnul within one siimre. On Hiimlnys the Market Htn el cars will ruu to connect with the 9' 18 A.M. B'30 and 12 P. M. Lluea. BliLVADFRH Da LAW ARK RAILROAD LINES, FiillM KltNUI.XBTOM DK.fOT. At 7'U) A. M. lor Niagara Fulls, Bullalo. Dunkirk, Kilnlra, Ithaca, OweKo, lioche.tter, Blughaiutou, Os wego, Syracuse, Oreitt B'iul, Alontruac, Wilkestntiro, bcraukon, btroudaburg. Water Oap, bchoole a Moun tain, (10. At 7'iiii A. M. and 8'3o P. M. for Belvldero, F'aston, Lambt-rtvlllti, Flt utlL'gion, elo, Xhe 8'iiJ 1'. M. Llue coiint-ciH tllrect with the Xritm leaving Ka.itou lor Mauch Chunk, AHentowu, lietlilelie.u, etc. At 6 P, id. lor Lumbcrtvllle aud Intermediate Sta tions. CAMDEN AND BURLINGTON COUNTY I AND PF. A' BEAU ON AND DAOHA'aAOWN RAIL- iOAD. IBOAI AIARKET STREET FERRY. (Upper 8Ido.) Al 7 and lu A Al., lm 8 au, and 6w P. Al., lor Mer chantBVllle, Moorertown, Dartford, Alit.souville. AialiiBDort, Llouut Holly, bmitbvllle. Ewunsvllle Vlnct ntowH, BlrmlughHm, and Peuiberlon. At 7 A. At., 1 80 and 8 80 P. M., lor Lewtstow Wrlhthtowu, CookBtuwu, Mew Egypt, Alomer-lown, Cream Ritlge, luilajsiown, bharou, and HighlHlown. 1118 WILLIAM AL UAlZMEU, Agent. OENKSYLYANIA CENTRAL RA1LROAD FALL TIME, TAKING EFFECT NOV. 22, 1888, The trains of the Poau.-iylvauia Ceuttal iuiiroad leave the Depot, at TAAlAfA Y-tlRii A ana MaaKET bireeta, which fa reached directly by. luo AlarKct btn t i cars, the lant cr couuectlug wtm eiton tram h-avlug A"roui aud Alarkei streets tulriy mluutes bo fore lis departure. Xhe Cuetuul aud Walnut btreeta cars run within oue nquare of theDeiioU blet plug Car Tickets can oe hau on application at the Ticket oiilce N. W. .corner Ninth aud Chesnut streets, and at the depou . Agenta ol the Union Transter Company will call for and deliver baggage at the depot. Orders left at No. 901 Choanal siieet, or No. 118 Market street, will leceive depot, viz:- MallTralu 8-00 A, M, Faoll Accommodation, 1U JU A. AL, l'i0, and 9 no p. m. ant Llue ll 00 A. Al, Erie Express AroUA. M, DarrlBOurg Aocomiiiodatlou...................... a 0 P. Ai. Lancautur Accommodation 4 00 P. M. Parkebburg X'ralu...MM.....M. 830 P, M, Cincinnati Exprebs '"0 P. M. Erie Mall and lluUnlo F-xprenn. 10 45 P. M. Philadelphia Express 12 UO Night. FJ-le Mall leave dally, except bunday, ruunlngou Saturday night lo Wllllumupori only. On bund Ay night uawengers will leave Philadelphia at 12 o'clock. Fhllauelphla Express leaves dally, All other trains aft WrnAcc'o'n.modatlon Train runs d-uiy, ex cent Bunday. For this train tickets muni be pro cTiVld and baggie delivered by 5 00 P. M., at No" lit M"kTRAANa ARRIVE AT DEPOT. VIZ.: Cincinnati Exprens 8'W A. At. PaUolldAomS Erie Alail aud LullalO Expreus....M Knio A. Al. Farkesburg Train.......... .910 A. AI. l ast Line lu'(in A, Al, LauceHler Train 12'30 P. M- line Express "M P. M' Day Express 4'20 P, M, liarrlsburg Accomuiodatlou......... 40 P. M. vof lur.ner luformatlon apply to toi turtaer iuOHiJ v, allen. Ticket Agent, No. 9vl OHEbiN UT btreet. FRANCIS FUNK, Ticket Agent, No. 118 MARKET htreet, BAhlUKL H. WALLACE, n Ticket Agent at the Depot, The Pennsylvania Railroad Compauy will not as. ume auy i Ink for Baggage, except for Wearlug Ap parel, and limit tuulr reepoiiHlblniy to Oue Hundred Dollars in value. All Baggage exceeding that amouut In value will be at the risk of the owner, unless taken by special contract. EDWARD H. WJLAiIAMH. 2 General Bnperlntendent Ailcona, Pa.N PHILADELPHIA, WILMINGTON, AND Baltimore railroad. time table. Commencing MONDAY, November 28, 1688. Trains will leave Depot corner Broad street and Washing ton avenue, as follows: . Way-Mall Train at 8'80 A. M. (Sundays excepted), for Baltimore, slopping at all regular Biatloiii, Con necting wllh Delaware Railroad at Wilmington fur Crlslieid aud Intermediate stations. Ex pre8 .Train at 12 M. (Sundays excepted) for Baltimore aud Washlugtou, stopping at Wilmington, Perry vllle, and Alavre-ce-Urace, oounecta al Wil mington with train for New Cattle. ExureBS Train at 4'00 P. M. ((Sundays excepted), for Baltimore and Washlugtou, slopping at Chester, Thurlow, Linwood, Ciaymont, Wilmiugun, New port, btauton, Newark, Eikton, North-Eual, Charles, town, Fetrjvule.HavredeUraee, Aberdeen, Perry, man's, Edgewood, Magnolia, Chase's, aud ritommer s KNiItht Express at 11-30 P. M. (Dally) for Baltimore and W abhlnglou. slopping al Cuester. Tuurlow, Liu wrod Clayuont, Wilmington, Newark. JClkton, Norih-iasi. Ferry vllle. aud Aiavre de Urjce. PaoHeiitferB tor lor trees Alouioe aud Norfolk will take the I'uU j LAl'lN QTON TRAINS. btopilng at all btations between Philadelphia and lvel'hhadelplila at ll'COA. M., 230. 5 00. and 7 do A'. M. Xhe 6 00 A. M. Tralu conuecut wllh Dela ware Railroad lor Aiarriugtou aud intermediate kthtlons, iraiLS ---..'j.,11,ll-T-.va lultlniri.o vrom riaitiuiorv to . in." , - - ... : 'toATSLiWay Alail. 9 ad A. AL, Expreos. 2 20 P. Al., Mian ttnh Cluster. lcutsier. . .,inlH WmI. Hi. 11 tit. atirl 4 "-- - - , a nrncured at iicaei omce, no. bj tTKUlll r "elf uutir Toutlnental ll.ilei, where also MiLTe Rot ms aIld drills In Bieeplug cars can be ultima V,ti uk the oiy. A'eisons purchusuiB tl. keta t ihla otl"ce ciu have baggage clicked al their resl ai Hill " W1 Tuliiu Trai.sler company, deuce by tlie tunm KJiisJSJ! suu8rlnteudcut. 'iii.nii. 1 tickets ... . L . VANIA. , ,nr nn all Nlirht Trains. iliel MONDAY. November 23. 18', the tralus'on fhe PWiadelphla and Erie Railroad will run ad follows: kstwabd, . .tt tu a in leaves FBUaueiphla 1045 P.M. MAIL l(ARALN yV lUlamsport BTd A. hi, 1. arrives at Eie 9 60 P. M, ,in . .j. iLVFRtbtiU'tveaFblladelphla 11 '50 A. M. ERIE tJtA willlamsport. 8 bOP. M. arrives at Erie lo-t u A. M, tttmtiiA MAIL leaves Philadelphia 800 A. M. ELMAAIA ,. wniiamuporl 8 30 P. M. 11 arrives at Lockhaven,.n 7'45 P. M, v.NTWAklJ. MAIL TRAIN leaves Erie. 10'M A, M, WUliamBpot t 12-65 A. M, rrlven at A lilladelphla lo-oo a. M. j leaves Erie 8 25 P. M. WlUlamtport. 7 50 A. M. " V uuamitpuit.. arrivfen ERIE EXPREfeb 41 at Philadelphia... 4-20 P. M. unecl with Oil Creek and h- Mail ana jMprtsn counecv wnu uu ctwk and aiiegneny itiver xutuxuatu. . ""v"4.tjjn vinrjiViVU 'ADROUWlA. ALFRED L. TYLER, 111 titueral buperiuleudent. XaTEST JERSEY KAILROAD S. W FALL AND WINTER ARRANOEMENT. From fool of MARKET blreet (Upper Ferry). Ocmmeuclng WEDNESDAY, B.'plemoer 18, 1868. TRAINB LEAVE At) FOLLOWS. For Cape May and stations, below UlUvUle, t'U r For MUlviiie, vineland, und Intermediate stations 815 A.M., 815 P. M. For Bndgoion, balem, aud way Stations 815 A. M, and 8-80 P.M. For Woodbnry at B'lB A. M., t'15, 880, and 8'00 P. Af Freight train leave Camden dally at li o'clock! noon. Freight received at second covered whaafnlJ Walnut street, dully, Frelgltt DelivwedNO. tWHonth Delawarasvsa WILLIAM J. BKWELL, tti boptnUileudeufc ' ifMi.lnnn T Hii anil It'in A. M.. l'XH. 41R And 1,1.1 u vv 1 1 ijj 1 u at wr u w - -w - "1 I'm, p Al '1 ht 8 10 A. M. 'iralu will uot slop betweeu t l.itl'er uud Fuliadelphla. Xhe 7 uoP. M. 'A'raiu Irom t :ii,,.ii.tituu runs oally; ail other Accommodation 7 bl N DA Y '1 RA IN 'FROM B A LTI MO It tt. Leavts Baltimore at 7 26 P. AL. Btopplug ttt Ma nolKFe.r "iiiuu'b. Aberueeu Uavre fr"" vine, thiiritaiovvu. Nortu-Eiibl, ElkWU, Newark, ton, Newport, W liuiuikiuui wutui 4u i PHILADELPHIA AND ERIK RAILHOAD. WINTER '1'IAIE '1AB1.K-TUHUUUU AND .vim.WT ROUTE BETWEEN PUILADELPUIa, hXa Till ORE. AAA BR 1 SB C R4, WiLLlAMaPO 11 A' Ato TAiE UREAT OIL AvEuioN OF PACNN&Yi; AUCTION SALES. rrui J. AND COMM1KHION AlEKOHANTH. No, Dil CHEN UT Blreet; rear entranoe No. 1107 bansom Bale at No. It Iv t'hosnnt street. BUPKT4T0R CABINET FITKNITURK, CARPETS, PIANO FORTES, MIRRORS, CHINA, ULA1 WAK, ETC On Friday Morning, At S o'clock, at the auction store, No. 1110 Chonnnt Rtreot, will be sold, a large nnMorlment of superior household furniture from lamilles declining house kseplng, PAPER HANGINOS. On Friday A'orrilmr, At 10 o'clock, at the auction store, will be sold, about tvO pteren of paper bauvii as. A INK BRANDY AND WINES. On Aritlav Alornlng, At It o'clock, at the auction store, wl'l be sold: Zl gallons Vineyard I'ropi lolors Cognao of 1853. 81 gallons Isabella Sherry. 17 gnilona Port Wine. eases of Claret. 1 27 tt CLABK .V EVANS, AUCTIONEERS, NO. C30 CHEbN OT Buet't. Will sell Tins DAY, Morning and Evnnlrir, A large Invoice ol Blanketn, Btt sprca is, Dry uoofli. Cloths, Caanluierps, llooiory, btuttoueiy, 'labia anx l'ockel l utlery, Notions, etc. City and cnuutry merchants will find bargains. Terms cash. Ooods packed free of charge I It RAILROAD LINES. TREADING RAILROAP. (illFAT TRUNK IV IilNE FROM PHILADELPHIA. To Til mj IN 1F.RJOK OF PENNtsYL VANIA. THE HOUUYL K1LL, riL'BUUK.HA NNA, CUjUDErLAND, AND WVOM1JSU VALLEYb, ' NORTH, NORTHWEST, AND THE CANADA?. WINTER ARRANGKMKNT OF PASSBNOEll '1 RAINS, Jiei -ember 11, lstis. I.navlrg tlie Company's D.-pm ai Thirteenth and Callowhiil si reels, A'hlladeiphia, at the followiug hours: JtORNINO ACCOMMODATION. At 7'30 A. M. for Readiu ami all Intermn-ilato Biittloim and Alleatown. Rtiturning, 1prvh R?atui at 6 'io P. Al,; arrives lu 1'hlluUt lyuitt at 9 L A. Al. Ai ORNI NO EX I'RKSS. At 8'1S A. M. for R' adlng. L'-Outioii, Hnrrhnurir, roitsvllle Pinetlrove, l'aujtuiiia.Sunbury, Wllllitms port, Eliulra, Rochester, Ningnra A'ailo, BiUaio, v ll keBDiti le, Pltlttou, Y ork, Carlisle. Chambuburg, llttgerstown, elc. Tue 7'30 A.M. train connects at READING with Rtel Pennsylvania Railroad traius for AUeutowii, etc., and the 8 13 A. M. train couuects with tlm Lebanon Valley train or HHrrlstmrg, etc.; at POItr CLIinTON with Ciii.-twlssa Railroad traius for WU llitmiinort. Lock Haven, Eluilra etc.; at HAltltlS BUBO Willi Northern Central, Cumberland Valley, and Hfliny Ikill and biiBiinehuuuit trains fur North nmberland, WlillumBport, York, Chambereburg A'mugrove, etc. AFTERNOON FXPRFH3. I.tavos Philailelphla at 8-an P. M. for Reading, Poitavllie, Rarrlsburg, etc., connecting with Reading and Columbia Railroad trains lor Columbia, etc. POTT8TOWN ACCOM MOD ATION. leaves PotUtown at B46A. M., s:tipuij; at Inter, metllate Btallons; arrives lu l'nllttdelphlii at 010 A. M, Returning, leaven Philadelphia al 4 A', Al.; arrives la A oUslvwu at 815 A. M. READING ACCOMMODATION, Leaves Reading at?'! a. M..suippiug ut all way Stations; arrives in Philadelphia at 10 20A. M. Returning, leaves Philadelphia at 4 16 P. M.; arrives In Reading at 7'40 P. M. Trains lor Pblladelph'a leave Harrlsbnrg at 810 A. M., aud Poltsvllle at 8 45 A, M., arriving lu Philadel phia at 1 P.M. Afternoon traius leave llHrrlsburz at 2 05 P. Al., and Pottsvllle at 2 45 P. M., arriving at Philadelphia at 8'45 P. M. Alairlsburg Accommodation leaves Reading at 7-15 A.M., and Uarrlnburg at 410 P. At. Connecting at Reading with Afieruonn A commodatlon south at 6'36 P. M., arriving In Philadelphia at 9'2d P. M. Market train, with a passonger enr attached, leaves Philadelphia at 12 30 no-jn, tor I'utisvllle and a 1 way stations: leaves Poltsvlllo al 7'80 A.M. for A'hlladei phia and all way statlous. All the above trains run dally, Sundays ex cepted. bun ilar trains leave Potttsvllle at 8 A. M., and Philadelphia at 815 P. M. Leaves Philadelphia tor Reading at 8 A. M. Rolurulog irom Reading at 4'25 P. AL CTI ESTER VALLEY RAILROAD. Pansengeis for Downlugtowu and luiurmedlaie poluta t ke the 7 30 A. M 12 8o,aud 4 P. M. trains irom Phlladlepbia. Roinrnlut; ii0m Dowuluutoivn at tt'30 A. M 12 45 and 615 P. Al. bwivu PERKIOMKN RAILROAD. Pasnangeia tor bklppack take 7'8o A. AI, and 4 P M. trains Irom Plilladelphia.reiurnint; from Skippnok atS'lo A. M. aud 12 4S A". M. bittge lines lor ihe various points In l'erklomen Valley couuect With traius at Collegevllle and Bklppack. NEW YORK EXPRESS FOR PITTJBURQ AND THE WEST. Leaves New Y'ork nt 9 A, M. and 5 and 8 P. Af parsing ReatilDg at 1 15 A. M aud l'JO and 10 19 P. ii ' and connecliiig al AlurrlB- urg with 1'eunsy tvaula aud Northern Central Railroad Express trains for Pittsburg, Chicago, Wllliamspurt, Eliulra, Bulu. mere, etc. ReturnlnR Express train leaves Hurrhbun? on arilvalof A'eunsylvanla Exprs from A'Htarturir at S in and 5 60 A. M... aud lo 50 P.M., patelug Readimr at 6 44 and 7 81 A. M , and l2vo p. M aud arrlvloual New York atll A. M. aud 12 10 aud 5 P. 64. rtleeuiiof car atctmpauy Hit be trains through between J eiauv City and Piusburg without chance. 'cjr A Mail Train lor Xew Vork leaves Earrlbburtr at 8 10 A.M. and I 06 P. M. Mall train for AAarrlsour leaves New York at 12 AL tsourg (SC'IIUYLKILL VALLEY RAILROAD. Traius leave Pottsvllle at and n-.so a. M . and 6'4 P. M.i returniug from Taiuau.ua al 6'35 A. M. aud 2'15 and 4.P. M. ' BOUUYLKILL AND BUtJQUEH ANNA RAIL AtOAD. Trains leave Aubnrn at 7'55 A. 4". for Pinjgrove anJ Alarrlsburg, aud at 12 '16 noon for Plnsgrove and Tremont. Returning from Darnsourg al J 10 P. AI and Irom Tremont at 7-40 A. M. and 3i 1', M. " TICKETS. TlifWsfc first-class tickets aud emigrant tlokets to all the prlnotpal points In the North and West and Canatias. "" Excursien Tickets from Philadelphia to Readme aud intermedlule stations, good lor one day only ftru mild bv Morning Accommodation Uirkm .' Reading and Pollsluwu Accommodation Traius, at reduord rates. n lCxcnrslon Tickets to Philadehia, good for one day only, aie sold at Reading ami lutermedlate sta tions by Reading and Pol.utuwu Accommodation 1 rains, at reduced rales. Tha following lickeis are obtainable on'y at tiia Oflice ol S. Bradford, 'ireasnrer, iN. 22; B. Fourth a Dl.llaiUlnh U tT fit U . A. Nlcuolhi.Ueudral boperiuteuueu., v.umr.. nnf UTTTATltlM TICITi'Ta At 25 per cent. dUouuul, beiwcua a jy points de fied, lor lamilles aud limis. MILEAOJ TH 'liKTd Good for 20(0 miitB, belwetu nil pjints.at I52'50 each ler lmliie and flrms. BEAEON TICKVrj. For three, six, nine, or tw-lve monlbs, for holders only, loail points at rednued latts. CLERUYJl EN BfBldlng on tbe llue ol the ivnd w ll bs furnished w ith varus enlilllug thtmselvm tmii nivcj u tickets al hall hue. EXCURSION Xl'IKalM From Pbllaaeiphla to princi'idi i ..'Ions, frood fjr Sulurilay, buuduy, aud Aloutlay, t ri'.i uvu iares, lo be I ad only al the 'Aicket Oiluo, ut l'n:, .coutu aud Callowhlll streets. FK1UUKT. Goods of all descriptions loi tvi,r.icil 1 j all the above points irom the Company's new Ireu'u Ctipo',, Brotxd ai.d WUlotv streets. FREIGHT TRAINS Leave Plillauelpina uully at u-i A. M , 12 30 noon, 3 aud 8 P.M., 11 r Reaillug, Lenauoo, llarr sour,', A'oliBvllie, l'oil Cilulou, aud ml puiutu buyouu, M AILS Close at the Philadelphia Ao--t Ofll :e for all places on tbe road and lis brandies at 5 a. AI., and Sue the principal stations only at 215 1'. vl. BAOUAOF. Duncan's Express will coiled nasreage f.irall trains leaving PhiiaueJpala Depot. Oru.is cuu ba lull at No. 225 B. Fourth Bl'eel, or at the Dopot, I'hlriocutU and callow hill BtrbOiB. WEST CHESTER AND l'UILADELPIIIA AtAILROAD. WIN PER A R B A N U E Al E sT T, On aud alter MONDAY7, October 5, 18od, Traius will LeavPhliaieTpbla from the Depot, THIRTY FIRST and CAlltfN UT blreet. 7'45 A. At, 11A.M., 2 80 P. M 415 P. Al., 4 60 P. M.. B IB and 11 80 P. Al. . 1 . n.,u 4.-.,.i . (MiuaLHr for Phlladeinhla. from Dunort f Oh East Market Blreet al 8 25 A . M ., 7 45 A. AI., B'oo A. XI IO'4b A. M., l DO IT. 41., 1 4"., iUU U tU 4 . AU. 'Iralns leave Wml t hetor at 8 ot) A. AL, and lav Ir.B A'hlladeiphia al4'5UP. M., will slop at B. U. June lion and Media only, passengers tu or tiom station between West Chteter and Ai. C. Juno'.lon, going FABt will take train leaving 'West Chester a'. 7 45 AM., aud going West will take the train leaving Philadelphia at 4 W P. M., aud traustor al At. C. J The Depot In Philadelphia Is readied directly by the Chesnut and Walnut btreelcars. Those of tlie Market blreet Una run within one square. The (Tars of both Unos couuect with each tralu upou itg arrival- ON BTJNDAY8, Leave Philadelphia at 8 80 A. M , an! too P. M. Leave West Chester al 7M6 A, Al. aud 4 10 P. 54, Trains leaving A'hlladetphla al 7'45 A, Al. and 4"IS0 P Al., aud leaving Wol Cheater al 8 00 A. M. and 4'o0 P. 11., conuect al II. C Junction with Trains ou A, dt it. C R. At., for Ox't'i"'! ami lnleruj ediaie poluls. 11UJ AiUlSUY WOOD, Ooucial oup't. AUCTION SALES M. lraVS.8- 133 " FREE EXHIBITION OF BPLENDID PAINTINoa. CARD. ' Af. Knoedler's (successor to Oonpll A Oo.)eollea. tlon ol elegant paintings is now on exhibition In th last Oalleiy of the Academy of Floe Arts, ii AdmlBslon free, from 9 A At. till 5 P. AL dally. Bale at the Auction Rooms, No. 139 and 141 B. Foartb Blreet. HANDPOMB irOTTHEHOLn F0RNITDRB. PIANOS. MIRRORS IIRK-PROOK bAr'K HANDSOME VKLVET, BRUSSELS, ANJ) OTUER CARPETS, ETO. Ou Thursday Morning, Jan. 28. at 9 o'clock, at the auction rooms, by cat, logue, a large assortment of superior household far. uliurp, comprising handsome walnnt parlor, and library furniture, covered with plush, reps, and hair, cloib; oiled walnut chamber sulis; French plat mirrors; superior rosewood seven-octave piano-forts, eh ttant walnut extension table, handsome wardrobes, bookcase and sideboard, china, and glassware, beds ami bt tiding, line hair mattresses: large assortment ol otllce furniture; Inrpe il reproof sate, made by Farrel .tt Herring; gas ronHiimlng and cooking stoves, counter aud shelving, plats glass showcase, alt mnrble-top tables, handsome velvet, Brussels, and oilier carpels, elc. 12-i It MARTIN UEOTI1EKS, AUCTIONEERS,. J.MMly Salesmen for M. 1'homas & bona.) No. 129 CDEUN U A' tit., rear eulraaoe from Mmor, Palp No. 4' 9 H. Klrhth stroct, EAMltUM E WALNl'T I URNM URE, ETO. On Thursday Alornlng, tsih Inst., at 10 e'clot-k, at No. 409 b. Eighth etreol, ry catalogue, ibo entire siim'rlor furntlnro, liichidlug liandsnn e walnut and brocslelle parlor furniture, litrse t'Fiitretaolp. eieuanl walnut chambcrBult, larga wardrobe, very tine French plate mantel ami pier mh lorn baniMiineiy liaaied; handsome medallion velvet, Utusnela, aud other carpets; glaaswaie, kltchou ntt'pslis, eic. The cabinet furrnttnre was made to order by Allen. May be seen early ou morning ul sale. 1 IU ot Pale No, MOO N. KlftrpTith Rtreft. ET.KOANT WALNl 1' 1 V 'RNITUHK, KANMOlfE AUItlOltS ELKUANT RositWOOD PIANO. FRY 1 INE 4)1L PA1NTINOS, RICH BRUS-f-1 LH CAKPETB, 11NE OLAB8WARE ANA) CHINA, ETC. " On Tuesday Morning, Febnmry 2, at 10 o'clock, at No. Ht N. Fifteenth Btn t t, above Al aster Btreet, by cstalogue, the entira furniture, including very elegaut walnut and maroon pluh drawing-room suit, centre table, handsome walnut chamber liirulture, 2 handsome walnut Bide boards, superior library lnrnllure, tiookcase, elegant rosewood piano by li't.nui; very line A'rennh piata mlirors, hauosiini'ly f tamed: French maniel clucks. Rcgers' Oroup, lire-proof Bllvcr chest, hair mat ireM.es, richly cut masswitre, line white Freuch clitua, plated ware, rich Brubsols carpels, cottauu Bolt, kuchen uteiiHils, pic. k" ELFOANT OIL PAINTINGS. Also, several tine bubjecis by William Shayer, Ver boeckhoveu, Bouticld, Dyke, and others; Hue eugrav iutis. etc. 1 Le calilnet furniture was made to order and U fa elegant condition. May be Been early on the morning of sale. I 21 lot HANDSOME MODERN RESIDENCE. Immediately previous lo the sale ot the furniture, at 111 o'clock, the HANDSOME AIODERN TUKKK-r-TORY BRICK RESIDENCE, Double Threo-story Rack Buildings, Bide yard, lot of ground. 2;X feet iront, by 100 feet deep. No. 14d8 N. Fifteenth street, above Master street. The bouse Is In elegant condi tion; has all tbe modern conveniences and Improve ments, underground drainage, etc, 1 tl 91 BUNT1NO, DURBOEOW A CO., AUCT10IM EERW, Nos. Its2 aud 34 MARKET Street, corals' of Bank slreet. Buccettsora to John B. Myers dt bo. FIB ST LARGE 8PRIN44 BAtK OP 2f00 CA8E3 BOOXb, blAOES, TRA VELLINO BAUd. EA'O. Ou Tuesday Alornlng. Feb. 2, at 10 o'clock, ou four mouths' credit. In. Clutllng- mcub. boys', and youths' calf, kip, and buir leather boots; Hue grain long dre-s boots; Congress boots and btlmoials; kip, butt, and pcllsh gralu bru gaus; women's, mlsHes', and cblinren's goal mo rocco, kid. aud enamelltd batniorali; Cungroaa gaiters; luce boots; lasting gaiters; ankle tlos; travel ling bags; metallic overshoes, etc. 1 2; 51 ADMINISTRATORS' PALE Of FANCY CABSI. AI E HEH. On Wednesday, Feb. 3, will be pertmptorlly sold, on four month credit, commencing ai lo o'clock, by order el uZ0 Bullock aud RebcccuAnn P. lluiitM. .ilmim... "'9 of P. Al. Hunter, deceabed, late surviving n.u'Z of P. Al. Hunter A Co., " P"Uee ONE TO TWO THOUSAND PIECES OF Punn-T OMEN AND S AAFf OMD MILL CASfelMEK hi being balance of Block trotn niUU. The goods arX.11 freBh and very deslruble Btylea. I239 LARGE SPECIAL AND PEREMPTORY rath. OF DOMESTIC GOODS IN ENTIRA. PACAC On Wedneday Afornlng. Feb. 3 commencing at 10 o'clock 6(0 enure packages co.ion and woollen doraeatfo goods. sBIRTINO AND HUFETINGs csBf-s heavy bleached and brotvu muailnt in .11 wldthsaud tmalllits. ,u U ALMJ, cases 5-4 tine pillow-case muslins. cases white, scarlet, aud grey all-wool fUnm.l. caets Biiring styles full madder prlnta. ul"- cttses extra heavy pure napkins, cases heavy Ii e-twist check'). cases llue wide twilled strlpea. cases herring-bone tickings. casts wide and heavy coiumsdes. casts line twbled raucy plaids. ca.ies superior quality o( tailors' slleslaj cases heavy brown and blue denim i, enscs it II -n 00 1 htni-y slilrilnus. cases brown and bleached diapers. casts heavy canton llaunels. . casts plaid Manchester ginghams. cafes rtushla and American crtnh, fuses black and white and high-colored balmo rals. cases fine quality toltet aullts. BLANKETS, 50 bales brown and grey b ankets. MILITARY' CLOTHINO. 60cnseB Infuntry overcoats, perlect. DO oasts grey-tnixud army shirts. WOOLLENS, ETC. cases 8-4 black Uulou cloths, caBts 8-4 light fancy cassimeres, cases 4-4 double and twist cassimeres. cases 4-4 heavy brown doesklus. cases 4-4 brown Oxfoid aud gold-mixed Jaans. cases 4 4 Trenton and Abby vllle cassimeres. citae s 4-4 Washlugtou twilled mixtures. cases 4-4 heavy-mixed satinets. casus 4 4 cable cords, N. B. Hoods will be open for examination with catalogues ou tbe day previous to sale. 1 27 8t c D. McCI.KES & CO., AUCTIONEERS, No 608 MARKET Btretk BALE OF 60J CASES BOOTS, CHOES, BROOAN8, BALMOKA1.H. E'l'U, On Thursday Morning, Jan. 28, commencing al lu o clock, we will sail, by raiaicgue, for carh, tiuo cases men's, boys', and youtua'. boote, shoes, brogans, balmorais, etc Aleo, a large lice of ladles', misses', and chlldren'i city made wear.jj A 2i 8t Tl'l'INCOTT. BON & CO., AUCTIONEERS, ASH HOKkT UUILDIN(4, No. 240 M ARRET bt. EKNAN, SON A CO., AUCTIONEERS, U2l No. 112 N. 1RUJN1 blreet. NEW YORK. A D14IAN H. S1ULL1CR, AUCTIONKUR. VALUABLE PROPERTY ON BROADWAY . CTIUBL'AI, DUANE, AND NORTH bTREUTd) NEW YORK, TO BE LEASED AT AUCTION. Adrian II. Aluller, 1'. R. Wilklus Jc Co. will lease at auction, ON TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, U39, At 12 o'clock AL, at the Exchange balesrooms, No, 111 BROADWAY', BY ORDER OF THE UNDER8IQNED, A COMMITTEE OF T AI K BO A RD OF OOVERNOtt'J or THB SOCIETY' OF THE NEW YORK HOSPITAL, jTUE FIFTY' -EIGHT LOTS COMPRISING ALMOST THE ENTIRE BLOCK BOUNDED BY BROADWAY, CHURCH, DUANE, AND WORTH STREETS, WILL BE LEASED AT AUCTION ON THE ABOVE MENTIONED DA'V. This property is located In the contra of the heavy business ot the ol:y, on high grouud, With dry, sandy soil, and surrounded by llrst-olas Improvements. The leases will be for a term of twenty-one years, with the usuul eovotiants for renewal, and will be similar to those made by the "BAILORS' BNUU HARBOR," which have always been considered as most favorable to the lessee. The advan tage of holding long leases on properly In the br.Bluess portion of tbe city Is demon strated by the large bonus which has been paid for those made by the "Sailors' Snug Harbor," amounting In many rases almost to the value of tbe fee. The leaslug of the above-described property at auction will atl'ord au opportunity that in all probability will oaver again occur for procur ing leasts ot building sites that must, from tbe con stantly Increasing demand for business property lu this city, soon be worth a large premium, especially as llils property Is by law EXEMPTED FROM TAXATION. JAM I -:s W. li hi'- E M A N, JOHN DAVID WOI H., ROIIKRT I. I.IVINUSION. JACKHN H 11! I I T JAMES M. B HO W IS . Descriptive UhIs Bout by mull If aoblraj. 1 27 I7t