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GENERALITIES.
rr, ' foully .,rt.
C yc JVt,icial Cort. In session at
J)OTer week before last, wa occupied throo day.
defendant for injuries sustained etevon ycara
JRo wlien the imrtlcs were schoolboys of about
InH f,Cft" f "B7 V10 CVidcnce Aowed that
? i f "'.I rC!'uss of 0,0 ch001 w,llc they at
tended, the boys wero "krlarkln o7tho
)fw.ln tbc course of which Kreo.nan threw
Kicker bo violently that ho fell upon noma hook
In the wall, one of which entered hi, neck, ",
did him so much injury that ho never recovered
from the effect of it. The damages were U
at.5000,and the action ha, beeU defend t ,
this lato day when the parties became of a-c.
Ihc Jury rendered a verdict for the plaintiff, and
Ravo hiiu damages to the amount of :.-j0 No
malice was Imputed to the defendaut, but the
act for which ho is made to pay so smartly wn
the result of tho rough play in wbieh school
l'y frequently Indulge. Concord (iV. .)
Itrfttorrd to KIKht.
A strnnRo story has got abroad In Edinburgh
IK1 77d ftn."Kcd funilllo pauper In
tho 8t. Cutlibort'fl Poorhouso. Tho woman has
been an inmate of tho poorhouso for a cood
many years, and In addition to her other misfor
tunes sho had been aillicted witli blindness. Not
lonp ago she was attacked with a violent pain,
eiicli as tho medical olllecrs could not under
stand, fur less relieve. It lasted tho wholo of tho
niRht. and part of tho followinR day, and was
described as of such a nature that it threatened
to '-tear her eyes out." At last it reached a
height; the poor woman for a time was left in a
state of semi-prostration; but to ncr delight, as
soon as tho pain had passed off, sho found that
her eyesight had been restored! One can Im
agine tho astonishment of ono of the ofllecrs,
Whe n, FhaklnR him heartily by tho hand, sho
said: "1 have often shaken b Hilda with vnn
before; I havo often heard your voice and spoke
to you, but never havo I seen your face till this
The SunnlNh IHj!nn.
Tho withdrawal of Sickles and the appoint
ment of Mr. Parke Godwin, whoso name has
already been mentioned in connection with the
place, and who is of the order of mind of
auuiub, Money, nnu ine cany statesmen of tho
country, wuum oo an aci suited to tho occasion
Mr. Godwin not ouly comprehends tho philoso
phy of history, but ho has that broad and sensi
tive nature which responds to tho thought of tho
people. Tho experience and studies of Mr. God
win, ins accompusumeuts as a HiiRuist, his intl
mate acquaintance with Dubllc aff iLirs. nnd nann.
cially with tho polities and men of our own
wuuuy, pueuiiany in mm lor the present
.ureiSoui; m ouiu. rur somo j'cars no has
oeeu wimurawn irom ttie active editorial man-
n cement of tho lOSt. and hflfl Tt:ivdnd lm tlmn In
Europe, RatherinR materials for the continua
tion 01 ins ureal History 01 a ranee, all tho while
minRlicR with the bebt informed and most active
men of the Old World. Our interests and our
iionor wouia tie cared for with wisdom and
uiKiiny were mey intrusted to tho care of Mr,
uaawm, ana certainly there Is reason to fear
that they are not now Bafe Cincinnati Com-
merciat.
1 Travellers on Long Island Sound.
Tho means of safety for travellers on our
eouua uoats aro becoming very unsound. About
six weeks uro wo called attention to the case of
a pnsecnRcr who was druRRed, robbed, and
thrown- overboard from one of them, without
juicuuv uAcniug iuo least nouccol any of the
Ulcers of the boat. Luckily the victim of this
outrage was an expert swimmer, and so saved
his life, after remaining In tho water nearly two
hours. Last Wednesday night a man named
Cox, and but recently arrived in this country,
took passage on board the steamer Bristol, from
this city, and lato in the evening was shot by
some stranger without tho slightest provocation.
Theso occurrences, taken In conjunction, givo
rise to a question of tasto, nameh', whether it Is
preferable to bo shot or bo drowned. Pcoplo
who prefer the water lines of communication
would do well to settle this question in their own
minds before purchasing tickets. JV. Y. Post.
I'orelsn. Item.
M. Eugene Godard, the a-ronaut, recently
made an ascension at liheims, but in alighting
his balloon, the Clte-de-Florcnce, was caught in
a Rust of wind and torn into strips. Fortunately
to persons In the car, three in number, were
unhurt.
Tho Emperor has sent to M. Theophilc Gau
tier, In acknowledgment of tho verses which
that writer extemporized last season at the resi
dence of tho Princess Mathilde, a flattering auto
Rraph letter, accompanied by two magnificent
Sevres vases.
The W'herkllad voor Iaraelieten, a Dutch
Jewish paper, reports that a Jewish lady in her
hundredth year recently visited tho Amsterdam
Exhibition, accompanied by her Rrandson, who
was himself a grandfather. Sho Inspected a
sewing-machine and threaded a needle without
tho aid tf spectacles.
At a short distance from Rivadellcsa, an im
mense natural grotto, entirely filled with stalac
tite columns of great beauty, has just been dis
covered by some English miners. Passages ex
tend in diffcreut directions for moro than a
league. Tourists declare this cavern to bo one
of tiie most beautiful in tho world.
The remains of tho unfortunate Adah Menken
were some tlnio ngo removed from Pero la
Chaise to Mont Parnassc, where tho obelisk was
raised to her memory. It is now stated that the
wrong collin was disinterred, u second having
been pluced surreptitiously above hers. An
unknown corpse He therefore under tho obelisk,
with Its ornamental cross and wreath, at Mont
Parnasse, while poor Menken sleeps unnoticed
in her humble grave, licr dying wishes were
that it might be marked only by a rudo cross,
bearing tho words "Thou knowest."
A new poet has turned up in England a
realistic poet, wo should say, judging by tho
specimens of his verse given" in the Athemmun.
In a ballad on tho battle of Trafalgar occurs this
vigorous and racy stanza, the fust Hue of which
might have been writteu by tho lato Artemus
Ward:
'At 1-15 Lord Nelson fell,
And forty men uroiind him;
A bull from Uie Heboubtubie
Most grievously did wound lilm;
At half past four o'clock lie died,
And Glory tame and crowned him."
The Indian papers state that the Maharajah
of Travaucore is about to perform tho ceremony
of Thooloparum. The process consists of his
Highness oclng placed in ono scale with an
equal weight of gold In the other. Tho gold
thus obtaiucd is afterward distributed among
tho Brahmins according to each one's privilege,
and it is ouly after tho ceremony that his High
ness is supposed to bo eauctiUcd. There Is
another ceremony which consists in his Uigh-
ness passing tlirongu iuo belly 01 a cow of gold;
this is termed Erniagherpum. This it is pro
posed to celebrate next year. It is feared that
these costly ceremonies, combined with the
coming Moorajebum, will absorb 11 good portion
of the surplus revenue ot the tate.
Tho Duke of Cambridge, tho commander-in-chief
of tho English army, lately did a brilliant
thing, lie signified his pleasure that all ollicers
should wear steel scabbards for their swords, and
at considerable trouble and expense the whim of
his Koynl Highness was obeyed. A group of otll
cors, equipped with these now steel scabbards,
was formed inside the Chatham redoubt at night,
when a supposed enemy threw an electric light
upon the work. In an instant each ollieor stood
revealed by a gleam of white light down his side,
an easy prey to tho enemy's sharj bhoolers, had
the campaign been real instead of mimic. Tho
Btecl scabbards 'ordered by his ltoyal Highness
nro now to be blackened, also at considerable
trouble and expense. fck much for meddling
with edged tools.
For somo months past tho Saturday Jieeivw
Las been set up in typo tho separate idler of
which are joined together with a sort of gum or
cement, so that short words and part of words
are lifted from tho case by the compositor In ono
operation, instead of picking up each separate
and distinct letter. It is understood that this
modem adaptation of tho elder Air. Walter's
fystcrii of logotypogrupby is not a couiplulu buc-
TgEJILTJiVENINq TELEGRAPH PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY,
dimenhv nfnli,pHcftt,,on. of 1,10 type-bowa. and
vJltl ty 0t ""'J'nibcrlnjr tho places of alf tho
m'ceisS1: ?r" tho
tim i,pini T , mt38ers. ppottiswoode,
trl?J n C "l Wh0 nmk0 thi8 cxieriment, have
vii,I?"n7,,pI.ftn? for bbrovlatlnK time and
;..; 5 "u'"u 111 y po-ctimR, but none of tliem
nusp?.? I)Ci. Cl . 0 u,ctu0(l universally
T ij , " " ,cu"u" 01 prmiiiiR.
in Paris "find n., a i,i .-a
nM9.1"1" irom t'l-Tlteen f twenty thousand
onjncts found minn tim ., i.i: I. j i...,
y the finders at a spcefal depot for that pur
oso in the con of the year. About an efin.il
number of articles left in public vehicles aro
1 , l"Mltu- ijiese waifs andstraya aro
all stowed uway within tho prefecture of police,
n an Immense magazine, which forms a perfect
"Ul" " cnas 01 ine most Iietero"o-
neous character, every one numbered, ticketed,
classed, nnd arranged in marvellous order, wait
iiiR to be reclaimed by It lawful owner. The
..mm ucro an uie more valuable objects aro
ff.,T.ri.:l tmi I . 1 .
, ' , . ."iiiaiiiB iweivo immenso presses
imcu wail watchc, chains, rouleaux of
coin, bank-notes, diamonds, and
jvnviry 01 every kind, and there aro
commonly in theso jircsscs no less than twelvo
tnousand unclaimed articles. Tho (renoral depot
j......r..m:o unio mrSo rotMiis, iurnishcu lrom top
to bottom with shelves, upon which aro piled
objerts of every shape, size, nature, and value
casbmcro shawls and sabots, lmnd nnrina nnrl
ftrtillciul flowers, kitchpn
books, bunches of keys and currycombs. Tho
number of objects in the depot at ono time is
usual v about. f,irii- tl, ,.,... .1 n..i:
number of canes, umbrellas, and parasols Is at
least 111 teen thousand. All articles, if not ro-
.... ...i u niuuu a year, are Handed back to tho
Under, who aro required, however, to keep
,. ; iuu iruuniu IO 111(1 11 1 t'O
there for any lost article, every one thinking hi
property is certain to have fallou into dishonest
iuuuo,
Foreign I.llerarv Elem.
,1 "Th ?rl Iftrt of thc Koxburgho Ballads, for
the Hallad Society, is in press.
.1 "vm"na' has been connected with
tho Momma Star from 1
il.Mif ,x .Aln X At. - a . ... "vy,"V u 13
"wtutuicinuirum mni paper, with thn lnt.nn
luiiui i iimp ram uc Kegnr Is thc oldest
"""i in 1110 rrcncil Acadeniv. w,w l.f.i... 1..
17W), and "received" in is:tn lint n. -xi.i...,
.jvuni-Hueiiiii is m. a. i. vuiemain. bora 1790.
and received into membetship in ltMl.
ino Ulicen s aiitnirrnnli ln.w,..i,M,
. .. . - . n-,v..,, tjj .Ti.iii Dili;
ii.uiimieu ucr intention to present to tho Koval
Academy Her bust, thc work of her daiihter.
tlic 1 rinccss Louiso, has, by her Majesty's per-
a j ' "i'UBHeii in mo nrenives ol tho
Al-uuuuiV. IHC UUHL Will lie. 1,1 mo, 1 wo l,,,ll,.n
in tho chief exhibition room. '
Mr. William Michael Hnacnfii la n,i;n ..
, ... . - vu... uiuiiit:
...v...,, euiw ui iuu liner uruisn poets lor .Messrs.
.Moxon, with compendious liiographlco-critlcal
oiuuics win ne readv in October.
Mr. Hossettis new Life of ShellW is in in
press, and will be published, with his edition of
mc iwn woihs. in November.
Mr. Richard Morris will nd.l tnhu
or uie curious curly Hestiary for the Earlv Km'-
vk wuuti; suuiu uiiruiuniii-cenuiry Jvent
i8h eermous tmnslutod from tht Viww.ii
P;XrFion Of Our Lord" tlrl nfhnr
the Jesus Colleiro MS. of the "ni nn.i -m;.,:.
gale,"' nnd somo versions of tho Proverbs of
21111 eu.
Mr. Wilkie Collins is alert, after a lon- re-
i-uec. jib is now engaged on a story which Is
intended for successive nnnir r.f naa.,w.
1 1 . i . . rj - -
Magazine. We will suirornst in fr vnn.'ni
lins that if he comnletea Ma etnn. i,.,f.. i.
first number appears in a sni-lni f..r.n i.ia 1..1.T..
nniuo iiiaienaiiy iigntencd, his health spared,
and tho public will be free from all possible dis
...:n u , .
appointment.
ihO nCXt bOOk In Mr. Al-lmr'a f,vllt
ries of Enfrlish renrints is tim nftnnth.nn
vwflon of Jthc ''Keuelaeion f Sent Nycholas to
a Monke of Euyshamme," A. D. ll!)(i, from tho
uui.iuo tmjy in mo uriiisu .museum, not hereto-
loro reprinted, it is an account of the monk's
visit to Purgatory and Paradise, under the
guidance of St. Nicholas, showing how sinners
are punished aud well-doers rewarded, and in
tended "for the comfort aud profetynir of all
v..ju ..wuim. "iwc is, ui course, mucu
matter in it lor the illustration of tho life and
opinions or me writer s tnno In England.
ine JNew ton-Pascal nffalr in Paris hai comn
to an end, and In the wavthat was from tim (vt
foreseen on the English eide of the Channel. At tho
meeting 01 idc Acnuenay ot Sciences on Sept.
10, iii. v.,uasic8 aenvcred a brief history of tho
" "010 matter, snowing bow tho MSS. first came
into his hands by purchaae of a few letters.
tnen more and more followed to the number nf
auovc -4V,uw), ail ot which lie also bought, hav
ing 110 aouoi 01 tueir genuineness; how that at
last his suspicions were excited, and he requested
the Prefect of Police to set a watch on tho
seuer 01 manuscripts, and later recommended
that be should bo arrested, which was accord
ingly done, and now tho forger lies in prison
imiiiuug iiiruier inquiry, ji. uuasies is of
opinion that no tingle hand could havo produced
so enormous a mass of documents so various
a supply of letters, somo even purporting to bo
written by Julius Ciesar, others by Charlemagne
aim iuo jwerovinirian ktnes. and that, tin.
omsis somewiiero an assoc ation of foro-er
winch remains to be discovered. 1 fence we may
uApuci 10 near 01 curious revelations on this
"international" controversy, and on the means
by which it was brought about. Every frieud
of M. Chaslcs will rejoice that ho has at last
pokcn out, ana maao a clean breast of it.
1 lie discovery ot two new diamond flelds-
Ihose of the Cape and of Victoria has come in
;oou time to meet tho demand. Tho East India
upply has lonsr siuco declined, nnd tbn mm-.
kets have of lato years been dependent on Bra
zilian, un me w noie, 1110 lasblon for diamonds
lias declined in Russia, Turkey, Spain, and Por
tugal, though a rise was created by tho fashion
in Paris under the Erupiro and in tho United
States. Diamonds used to bo, in disturbed
countries, for tho middle aud higher classes, a
resource lor Hoarding in political troubles,
which cold and silver furnished to tbn bw..r
classes. Tho improved political condition of
many countries has diminished both modes of
hoardinti-. For siiinll Hinmnn.ia a. i;..n-....i j..-..
for trade purposes the want has increase 1 L ,i
the rricojsoinetimcs reaches per ounce.
CENT.'S FURNISHING QOODS.
JENTS FURNKSIIINU STORE.
MHS. MIBNIK CUMMINU8 baa ODenad tha h.
Mined place, at No. 119 houth KIUHl'Ii KtrPt. h,.
recllomon cin lind evrrvibing in their Hue.
Hie best litlina SlilJR'i'B in the oil. raulv mAa ,
luire to order.
I'uicnueti of twelve article! receive the thirteenth ai a
Gift.
L.MERFLLAS TO HIKE for 25 cent,
llnnukeroi iefs henimed free of charge.
Polite BalebUdies in attenduno.
A call ie rajpeolfullj solicited and latiafaction guar,
anteed.
S3 MINMB CUM MINGS.
pATENT SIIOULDElt-SEAM
BHIRT MANUFACTORY,
AND GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING STORK.
PERFECTLY FITTING SHIRTS AND DRAWERS
made from measurement at very short notice.
Ail oilier articles of GUNTLJiilKN'S DRESS
GOODS in full variety.
WINCHESTER A CO.,
11 8 No. 7oC CiittiMUT Street.
INE DHUS8. SHIRTS
AND
CKNTH NOVELTIES.
J. vv. gcott a CO.,
No. 814 CUES NUT Street, Philadelphia,
C Vlrp Four doors below Oiitluontal Hotel.
RAILROAD LINES.
"REfJ!?(l.:!'A!I'.T,.OAr,--f)ItKAT TRUNK L1NS
o i 11 1 ll,e interior of l'e insyl
ISS,frth.H,'n,,.7""11. Susquehanna, C'umbB-hitid,
?. " TB"cf. tn Worth, Northwest, an 1 the
fJnnJff "Ve C?n,r,r8. "'P0 Thirteenth and
Cnllowhlli streets, I'hlla.lelphla, at the roUowinir
hours:- MORNING ACCOMMODATION.
..o.LI?..A; l'r"r. 1eart'rr and all Intermediate
niiraimn. kcii rn nor. leaves Heil.
lug at 6-30 V.N : arrives In I'hliadeip ,1a at 918 P M
MOKNING Exi'HRsA.
At 815 A. M. for lpailtitr t tt.i.i
'1 lie T"ttO A.M. train cnntiofi o( nriniM,, -,.1
Knst Pennsylvania Hallroad trains for Allen town
t :;."" VI0,, r6, . "'? connects with The
. T... miiivt fi 1111 iiir 1 1 ihtib rt irt ntn
AI'TEI)nnv WrynT-aa
T to.,... , 7 . . lH.-liJ.
"V" ' """P"ia at 8-3i) P. M. for noadlno
HEADING AM) I'OTTHVir I V iVdnvimn.m,,...
LMtt.i'v,lle ,tl 8'40 A- M- "e'adiiiff at
ai-M a tX-il wViaUoi.s; arrives la vmZ
unpinn hi in in a. JM.
Hvxa In II..,.. II.... Q T. it "r".''1" r-
jiiuii imiK. leaves I'll line e nhm at k.ikt .
P m " " u ai roiuvuie at U'W
Ilarrisburir AcrnmmnrinMnn 1, t..
T-ir. A. M. and Ilurrlslmnr at 4. n v v ... '" 5..."
at Heading with Afternoon Accommodation I u
" "? "mi Mcrouiinoiiaiiou train for Phlladel-
1111 " J OUtl,HMIH.
All the above trains run dailv, Sundays evcented
Mindav trains leave Pottsviile 8 A ! M.f n"d
Philadelphia at R-15 P. M. Leave Philadelphia for
Heading at 8 A. M,; returning from Heading at 4 M
mtsii-.lt VALLEY RAILROAD,
rassenuers for Downlnoinwi. n..i
points take the 7-30 A. M., 12-45, and 4-31 P. M tr li s
at 6-10 A.'wll'Tniid 6 '45 P. M. hgtown
1'KkK If )M KV WAimnin
k.irB i?5,Bcrs f0r ;Skll''a(:k take 7-30 A. M., 4-30 and
n 10 i.xn. trains lor Philadelphia, return
oKippacK at 0-15 and 8 15 A. M. and 1 P. M. staie
niies lor Uie various noints In lvm. ininn ViiIIai. ......
NMV OHK EXPHKss l-OK PITTsllUHO AN'D
. nit; vi-;!sr.
Leaves New ork Ht. a a m t.
PBSblUK Heading at n A. M. ami io aid lo i9 T
M., and connectiiig at Ilarrisburg with Pennsvlval
ma nnd Northern Ci-ntmi it..n....i iJi:."0?''.!.!
morel'dc.'" C'hlC"B0 tluilra, lialu-
-i ",i,'l,r,",1nK I'-tPross.fraln leaves Harrisbnnr on ar
Bu aSflwITv111 Kxprw from P.tSu t
8to and 6-50 A. M. and lo-BO P. M passinir He i 1
iiiK at 6-44 and 7-m a. m o,i "'ft14-'1":
::.id5i,i?A,ttt s'CW, Y0,k ttt and ia'30
and 5 P. M. hleepliiff cars accompany these trains
elmnre' Jt'l'y VltJ a'Ul wltUout
A Mull train for New York leaves Harrisbnnr ftt
8-10 A. M. and 2-05 P. M. Mail train for llarr sim?
leaves New York at 12 M. liarrisburg
SCHL Yl.KII.I. VAT T 7?V T A Itnn in
n Jm." lcv? 10,svle at- 0-30 and 11-30 A. M., and
SCHIIYLKILL AMD feLSQrEnAXNA RITHOAn
TrBlns leave Auburn at's 66 A. M. and'aiio 1 M
TICKETS,
u nroueh first class tir-.k
CanadaPi'1UCiPalPOinla,UtU0 NortU Wet and
Kxcutslon Tickets from Philadelphia to Roadlnir
and Intermediate stations, good for cue dav oniv
and sold by Morning Accommodation Market Train
reSd m'L ttBt0Wn AucoluuUou Trains, at
Excursion Tickets to Philminini.io 0.,1 ,
day only, are sold at Heading ami intermediate sta.
SHiS "otutown Accomo
1 ne loiiowing tk-kets are obtainable only at tho
nice of H. Ilradford, Treasurer, No. 827 8 Fourth
treet, Philadelphia, or or O. A. Nieolls. GoS
olllce
stn
Superintendent, Headinir.
COMMlTATlON TICKETS. At 25 percent. dU
andinms:tWeeU a"y puiUtfl a! ior tomlllli
MILEAfeiE TICKETS. Oond fnr onnn n ...
tweenull points, at ls-i-wi i.i.-h t. r...-.
jjrns - - " 'uiuiuca uuu
SEASON TICKETS For t.hrno p(v
dmt-KtesthH' l01' ll0laerS nly' t0 iu P5n"i ot re-
in i MEN residing on the lino of tho road
will be furnished with cards entitling themselves
and wives to tickets at half fare. K lIU-m8LU es
N t I 'I 'I II I. t I' Lj '
principal sUittons, good Tor Saturday, Sun. av aim
Monday, at reduced fares, to bo ha, I only at t
Ticket onice, at Thirteenth 'and Callowhbl mnltl
t 1,E. UUI Goo,U of a" descrtptlonTrorwardert
to all the above points from tho Company now
freight depot, Hroad and Willow streets S
111Y,10 irilin I'lMln.lnlnTilA
MAILS clOS at the I'lliladolnhia V.t 'r .1 ,
nln..pu f,n tlin i-n,.rt nr..l i"' T ' ior an
aces on the road and It. I lynches , 1 6 A M ,S
r the principal stations only at 2-15 p M ' 1
1W0O11T TRAINS leave Phlladelnhla daPr t
lor 1
F
4-85 A.
. M., 12 40 noon, B and 7 15 P. M.. for Reading
sr,vonftd'rl8bU1''f' 1'0tt8VUlu- 1ort WlatonTaml
Ia bimon,
points beyond.
Streets.
1)IIILADKLPI1IA, WILMINGTON AKn TiAi-rr
MOKE RAlLkoAI.TiiiK '1'AliL.F -rF:
will leave Depot corner Broad s reet Wa
ton avenue as follows: uu asuiug.
Way Mall Train at 8-30 A. M. (Sunday excepted
for lialtHiiore, stopping at all reirnlap t!i,i
Connecting with DeawSro BaJlroK WIlSSS
for t rislleld nnd Intermediate Htationa. """"Ka
jc.vpress 'iraln ut 12 M. (Sundays atimi
Ilaltimore and VVnshl.Krton, atowtffMwGMlm
Perryvillo, and Havre-de-Urace. Counoota at w '
mliiKton with train for New Castla rt U
nx-press Train nt 4-00 P. m. (Sundays excentP.n
for Haltlmore and Wauhintfon. stopping at Chester'
1 hurlow, Lmwood Cluym.mt, Wllnimgton Newnort
i. . J imvic-ue-i.race, AUenleen, PerrymauV
Kdewood, Magnolia, Chase's, and StenimtT'Huu '
.,e,Ltetti..vM.:.a..
a.s,,.,1'tonf Bto.l .plngat Chester, Thurlow '. n.
SeVsTp
and Mnifnolia. .,
Passencers for Fortress Mnnrnn i.,i xr-,.
take the lain. M. train. wui
ti , WILMINGTON TRAIN8.
W iiinii.gioiu " u"all'"'a ana
Leave Phlladelnhla nt. 11 -nn a xr o.on ... .
Diuniiuiir aL a 1 h miona i.tur...,n ii.,, , ... . ,
7-00 P. M. The 6 hP. M. Train coniiects whlTllSbu
wure Hallroad for llairi IIOTfin at. .1 I... .
BtHIifiriH mw;iui0UiUte
Leave Wilmlnirton 6-30 and Rin a w ....
nnd 7D0 P. M. Tho 8-10 A. M. Train will not It m
between Chester and iiiliitini.i. wi L llot..elVP
;Jl T. rrVn lm'Kt(?n ruua dally: aU other Aceoin-
.. - 1 11a 1 i" ri
a'Ti ""v' i,,V,l,,rW,-i??T?-nalt.more
M.. Kvnri'HM? P Al v-v.. ' ' ""i oo r.
Di miAi 'iKAia iliUM ItALTIMORE.
IU.ll. 1..... A. . .. -!""
i-inves uauimoreat l-ib V. M.. siODninir nt. xra
ryville, Chiirltstown, North-East. Klkton M,Tt.."
.cujiiiHuo. nucru.-ii. ijiivriwlf i. l
H.m',cTe,BerWt0rt, VV'llluluton. flaymontLinoud;
l'lULADEU'niA AND BALTIMORE!
RAILROAD TRAINS.
CENTRAL
creek and
. ""' " , , ' imm on i.lioster
, .... .. ........0 .ui v iiDHier i;ree
.Hi an. llallliil,r;,1i,liai tllra,.
lilladelphlu for Port ).,p.mit (,sl411,i ,
7 00 A. M. and 4 (i j..1 n,'1"""11
A a a .... 1.. ...
a iiuti.ti-.i'iiiii
Leave Phil
cepted) at 7
lays ex-
1110 i-hi A.m. nam will Htop hi an
tween PhlladtOplila uud U1110U11.
NiailoiiK be.
AirelKht Irani, with PuNmnitrer ',ir nilnrhnd
Will leave Philadelphia dully ,,A, ,,.a .,,. J
1110 P.M., riiiniliigi., oxford. 1 'ii,i,.y, m
Leave Poit Deposit for I'l.iliidnlpliia (M.indn.i.
cepted) at A. M., Hw A. 1,1, , , r m
Tra us leaving Wllmlngi,,,, at 0 11,1 A, M. W, 4. ,V
M. Will eouiieet ut Ijuni.klii Juiii lli.u villi, no A M
an, 4-30 P. M. Trains for lii.ill..,,,,.," k j'nl, 7, Ml
Hircuith tickets to all i,n,u v.-i, h,,,,u, ,.,,4
Jiouthwt-st may bo pnaaireil at 'I I. im,,,. N;,'"",
thesnut street, under Coniliu nliil ,,,i w . '
tilnlo Hooiiis and Hertlm In Mleeplni lZ call b
Scenred during tho day. PeisoHN pun-hiwinu 1,, k(! ! .
lit this oflli Hi iin have bairmtKH elm. Led m iiVr resl
deuce by the Llilou Traimler (niipmiy.
IL F. liEiSNEY, Hupuilutcaaut.
1 our ci.IN'ION with Catawlssa Hallroad trains for
Wllliamsm.rt, lxrk Haven. Klmlra etc ' at n it
Hlt-HL'HG with Northern Central, Cumberlu'i v, "
ey, anil Hrhiiylklll and .Susqueha ina "trains Nor".
plgrove,cV11,lan,81,0rt' Vork' Chauilirarbu?g;
anrl
lug and Columbia Haifroa.l trains fr Collin la 1 "
POTT.STOWN ACCOMMODATION
Leaves Pottstown at 0-25 A. M., stoppinir at Inter,
metllate stations; arrives In Hi iadc.1 1. h 1? at V-in 1
M Helurning, leaves Philadf-I p ua ' 4" r M
arrives n PotiHiown t n ji p m' uk ou
j uiiisviin, iiiiiTiNDiirir. etc.. ennnnntin
Train for Philadelphia leave Harrlsburo: at 8-10
Market tra n. w t.h n nna.. .,........ ' . . '. "'
r.llll.d,:ph,aat12-45,-n'oo,, 7iVo Z 'S
stations: leaves 1'ottHviiin nt. k.jii a 1'
UAUOAUik uungan's Express will collect bntr
page for all trains leaving PhiaduiniZ nfi3"
orders con be left at No. 22s &utd Fourth Str? -t
or at the Depot. THIRTEENTH M e Vi1; ft
RAILROAD LINES.
1 H -'","a YORK THE CAMDEN
NEW
"'W'r!!' IromT'iujVdelo'lal't
to
FROM WAI.HUT STRK1IT WnARF,
aJ2 A. Camden and Ambny Accom...2-2B
At 8 A. M., via Cam. and Jersey citr K Mali . m
AtSP. M.. via Camden andTw.f Mal1-' " 1'
At Sin uh a SJ00' nd intermediate sutlons.
At 6 80 and 8 A. M. and a p. M., for Freehold.
A! ? Vi ?!. f.?r.-"'uy nd intermediate sutloni.
aha. m,ami J'. M., for Lomr liraneh and
points on R. and D. II. H. 11 ' "e rrtIlca ana
Trtnton?J 10 M, M M" 8"30' Bn1 4-30 p- t0T
nZVV'KVZll. 9. T, an1
Beverly, and ixneo. "rnce, uuwngton,
At 6-aO and 10 A. M , 19 M., 8-80, 4 80 8 T and 11-80
a"h ii in i. S ., " V m-Ior Klverton.
dinner VlriM llM 1CaVeB Marlet Htrcet ForTT
.... . FROM KKKfltKOTOW nitpnn
TrenmnandHr
flit 1 .ill Him M M 11 ai B.na
for
for
,,, ''S'V'.i;.. a. and 6 P.M. for Morris-
rnr8!'- B,i'.' ln'm A- M-t 9'80- B- an"1 0 p. M.. for
ie"8,,?t.,ru'8,,lil' "olmesburf, Tacony, Wis
siiiominp, Hrldeshurir, and Franklord. and' at 8-30
. .v. ."inivniuirK Mii(i JinrrmtMtiiuo Bullions,
rltOM WEHT I'lllLADRI.TUI A DKI'OT.
. 'J CoMuertiniT Railway.
til fill- llA 1 i ...
,t .. . 1-' - - 'J vr c, It ll' I t HU A. 1 U VT
Ali V .ill A. M.. I'Ut A a Jf. u irt Tt XT XTM
. .u Emigrant Lino Faro. 12.
Trillion.
. . . '1 M' 1. 4, 6-45, 8, and Vi P. M.. for
At u to A. M
, '4.v and 13 P. M.. for Bristol.
At 12 P. M. (Nlirht). for
Sehenek's,
llolmeshiin
ir Morrlsvllle, Tullytnwn,
Cornwell's, Torresdale,
E.ldiliirton. f.
Holmesbiirff, Taeony. Wisslnoml llir. ltrlfl.'ul.nr anil
Fraukford.
The 9 80 A. M.. 8 and 12 P. M. T.inn. n,in .in
All others, Sundays ex.-epted. "
rur liiiirn u'uvuiiF JvuiiHlncrrnn Tlnnnf. ttiirn 4U
ais on i mm or e inn street, at 1'hesuut, 30 minutes
before departure. The cars of Market Street Rail.
t
( ,. . , . . ... - AA UUIl'lltf nit;
4-
ri o , . , ' ruu 10 connect with the 9 30
BELV1DERE DELAWARE RAILROAD LINES.
Tl.f O nilM I i I ill. llilCM.
Jl foil A. AI. I or I Ririir.l
vo A. w. for Niagara Falls, Ruiralo, Dunkirk.
ra, Ithaca, Owepo, Rochester, HinKhaniton, Osl
, Syracuse, Great Rend, Montrose, WUkcsbirro,
ioley g Mountain, etc. '
r.uiiiiii.
wejro,
belli
At 7-.to A. M. nnd a-:tn i M fnr ornn.nn o
. ..... " . .... . .iv.l.u.llll. CTL.....IIM
i.urir, ater Oap, Ilelvldere. Easton. r
r t uu kwii, Kin. i ne ii-ijo r. m. Lino connecls din-et
At 10 A. M., for Lewlstown, Wriphtstown, Cooks
town, New Kpypt, and llornerstowii.
AC I A. AI.. 1 1.11,1 H'l.l
P. M.
for Lewistown.
ngiitstown, t'ookstnwn.
New
town, Cream liidpe, Imlaystown, Sharon, and lliirhts
town. WILLIAM II. IJA'IZMiVij a '
iipypt, Homers-
. i, n.
jnoiLVAiMA CENTRAL RAILROAD.
The trains of tho Pennsylvania Central Railroad
leave the Depot, at TillKTY-HHST and MA UK. Br
Streets, which Is reached direetiv i tho m'.-,7.
street cars, the last ear connecting' with each train
..v ..v. mo iiuMiuii, onu wamut street
cars run within one square of the Depot. B"xl-
P.'K-cnr tlokots oan bo had on application at
-Vr-to ".corner lalli Chesnut
MVVl tAV n WW X CJIUl-t
Apents of tho Union Transfer Company will call
for and deliver tmirirntre at tlin .i..n,.t 1 11 i..,r ...
No. 901 Chesnut street, or No. 110 Market street, wul
TKAINS I.KAVil Jinw in
jumi Train 8-00 A M
Paoll Accommodufn.10-30 A. M., i'ioand 7-10 PM
Iiarri-buig AcconmiodatYou.' .."
110 A.
M.
2-30 P.
41)0 P.
6-30 P.
-aiioaRter Accomra uation
'aikcsburgr Train .".WW. "
Mllf'iTltHitf h'vni-iieti
M.
M.
M.
8 00 P.
M.
J-.I U in mi uuu i-iiisourg express 9-30 p m
Erie Accommodation i i-imipm
Phlladeli.hia Express, 12 night! '
Erie Mall leaves dally, except Sunday, runnlnp on
Saturday nlpht to Williumsi.ort only. 'on S mlay
nip lit passenpers I will leave Philadelphia at 8 o'e ck
T.'.l.. 11..M - ...I Sl!i.. I ..
j iiiiuueipi m jla press leaves da ly. Cincinnati
:,t 8y- AU other S
The WcHtorn Accommodation Tra!
except Sunday. For this train tlc.ki 't.4 1.1 nut 1...
cured uuu oapgage delivered by 6 P.M.. at Nuin
Market street. ' 111
TRAINS ARRIVE AT DEPOT, VIZ. :
Cincinnati Express o.js a xr
Sh.,,aWa ExPres8- 6-20 a! m
Erie Mail a xr
;aoll Accommodation, 8-20 A. Jf., 4-05 aud 6-35 P." m!
onu ULO. . . 9-35 A. M.
arkesburp Train q.iu if
aneaster Train io.n.i W
Erie Express 6.10 j M'
Day Express. 1.30 p M
Pacillc Express. 8-25 P M
Erie Express .'.'!.6-loR M
Harripburp Accommodation
...9-40 P.M.
ior further Information,
JOHN F. VANLEER, Jk., Ticket Apent.
t-t,..'0- 001 CHESNUT Street.
FRANCIS FI NK, Ticket Apent,
No. 110 MARKET Street.
SAMUEL H. WALLACE,
rr n,M. n.?-ic.k.et..AKent ftt the Depot.
i niiiriv lii
sunie any risk for Hapgape, except for Wearing Ap
parel, aud limit their responsibility to Ono Hundred
Dollars In value. All llappape exceeding that amount
a in, a vuurjiTaiiia iiiiiimiHi i ) nnnv Will r.- oo
... ,..uo t...i .c ui luoubkoi me owner, unless takeu
hv snee nl r.onrrni.r. ' g
EDWARD TT. WTTTTixra
4 29
General Superintendent, Altoou Pa.
TORTII
PENNSYLVANIA
nATT.T?OATi wrn
U,Uumchml' ."oji'ow", Mauch Chunk,' Easton
ii iiniiiuc-j'oi i, niiKesnarre, jMuhanoy city, Mount
v ... .ui ., i i.ioimi, luuMianuocK, ana scranton
1'assenper Trains leavH tin. n..n,.t
BERKS and AMERICAN Street, daily'(Sundavs ex
cepted) 88 follows:
At7-4B A. M. (Express) for Bethlehem, Allentnwn,
Mauch Chunk, llazleton, Willlamsport, Wilkesbarre
Malianoy city, Plttston, and Tunklianuock.
,'u Al- express) for llethlehem, Easton,
Allentown, MhiicIi Chunk, Wilkesburre, Plttston
Scranton, and New Jersey Central ana Morris uud
x-.nBi-,x iwiiiruiitis.
At 1-45 I. M. fEx-iirefuri fnr rt..h1..1inm Vatw.
Mauch Chuuk, Wilkesbarre, l'ittston, Scranton, ami
iiu.ieion.
At 51,0 P. M. for Bethlehem, Easton, Allentown,
and Mauch Chunk.
For Doylestown at 8-15 A. M., 2-15 and 4-15 P. M.
For Fort Washington ut C-45 and 10-45 A. il., and
110 P.M.
For Abinpton at MS, 8 -in, 8-20, and 8 P. M.
For Lalis, lalo utO-io P.M.
Fifth and Sixth Streets, Second and Third Streets,
and Uulon City Passenger Hallways ruu to the new
depot.
TRAINS ARRIVE IN PHILADELPHIA.
From Bethlehem at 9-00 A. M., 8-10, 4-45, and 8-25
P. M.
From Doylestown at 8-25 A. M., 4-55 and 7-05 P. M.
Fram Lausdale at 7-30 A. M.
From Fort Washington at 9-20, 10-35 A. M., and
3-10 P. M.
From Ablngton at 2-35, 4-S.i, 6-in, and 9-35 r. M.
ON SUN"i)AY'S.
Philadelphia for Bethlehem at 9-30 A. M.
Philadelphia fur Doylestown at 2 P. M.
For Abinpton at 7 P. M.
Dovlestown for Philadelphia at 6-30 A. M.
Bethlehem for Philadelphia at 4 P. M.
Abinpton for Philadelphia at 8 P. M.
Tickets sold and Bappapo checked through at
Mann's North Pennsylvania Baggage Express
Olllce, No. 105 S. FID'Tll Hirwt.
ELLIS CLARK, Agent.
WEST JBKS K Yr R A I L R o A D S.
FALL AND WINTER A If It ANGEM ENT.
COMMENCING TUESDAY. SKPTEMBaR 21, Max
Leave Philadelphia, loot of Market street (Upper
Ft'irv) fit
h-lft a! M., Mall, for Bridpeton, Salem, Mlllvllle,
V Ihelnnd, and all liitennedUite stations.
U-lft P. M., Mull, for Capo May, Mdlville, Viuelaud.
and way stalielis below Glassboro,
0-lio V. M., Passeiiper, for Bridgeton, Salem, and all
Intermediate stations..
bo P. M., Woodbury and Glassboro accommoda
tion. Freight train for all ulaivnui leaves Comd.-n dally,
at 12 o'clock, noon. Freight received in Phibidol
phlaut second covered whan below Walnut street
Freipht delivery nt No. 2iisl South DELAWARE
Avenue.
CnininiiiHtlon tickets nt reduced rates between
Philadelphia and H statioiiH.
WM. J. bEM ELL, iJupetUitendent.
September 10, l'OU. u uj
a niitnL ,, u 11;nvlnR .Hasten for Mauch Chunk, ml Junction poln East will take train leaving
Allentown, Hethlehi m, etc. ' West Chester at 7-15 A. M., and chainro ears it
tern. liintV Bnu! Z X- M-' for Larnbcrtvillo and in- C. Junction and poinir West, passengers for sta-
;?rT.? V-i, Il8, 18 a,)0ve JJ-;C. Junction will take tram leavimr
CfmhkiA?.v BrN.M;O.0OUNTY AND l;hiladelphiaat-4-40 P.M., and will change can at
I KMHP.Ri.ON AND UIGHTSTOWM tjaii . B. C. Junct on.
. i , , . iii. . .
I110.M MARKET 8THEKT FERRY (tTrPER SIOK).
At 7 and 10 A. M., 1, 215. 3-30. 6, and 0-30 P. M for
Merehantvllle, Moorestown, Hartford, Masonville.
Halnesport, Mount Holly, Smithville, Ewausvllle
meentown. 15 rinlinrluin ' nnd p...i..V " UU8V"lt-.
OCTOBER 5, I8C9.
RAILROAD LINES.
TIME TAIlf.R.
POT? Ilk lfMlvi i.itrv
,
Mi 8j
1!. M
r!n";l,nla at fl 7- 8- 10. "1 12 A. M.,
,-- 1 ovo, o., 0, OX, T, 8, , 10, 11, U
. L.Pav? Oermantown at , T. 7V. 8. 8-20. 9. 10. 11. 1
!.... -.'.- 11. ...
..... v. ... ..n,. it 11. 1 oij Mini ud trains will
not stop on the Oermantown THrHnclu
ON MITMI1AVU
Ieave Philadelphia at 8-15 A, M.'p , 4-on, T, and 10.V
Ieave Germantown at 8-15 A. M., 1, 8, s, and 9.Y
r. m.
CnESNTTT HILL RAILROAD.
Leave Phlladelnhla nt. a. a. 1,1 , a i a n.
7, 9, and 11 1. M. ' ' "
1mu Chesnut Hill at 7-10, 8, 9-tO, 11-40 A. M.. 1-40.
8'40, 6 40, 6-40, 8-40, and 10-40 P. M. '
ON SUNDAYS.
Leave Philadelphia at 9-18 A. M., 2 and T P. M.
Leave Chesnut UU1 at 7-fio a. m.. i-i-j,v r-j.i
91!ft P. M. . ' ' '
FOR CONSnonoCKEN AND NORRTSTOWN.
Leave Phllade nhla nt A. 7V. o. nn.i 11 4W A t us
8, X, B, BX, V, D5, KHW. and 1 1X P. M.
Leave Norrlstown at 0-40, 6. ?, IX, 9, and 11 A.
M.. lj, 8, 4x, 6, 8, and 9K P. M.
i no 1H A. M. train from Norrist.own will not stop
at Mosree's. 1'otU' I.n.ndlnir. ll,.mlnr nt- u..t...-.
lam-. ' ' "
.H? 5 P,,M tra,n from Thlladelpliia will stop only
at School lane. Mannvunk. and (.,isii.ii..i..if..n
t r... OM SUNDAYS.
Leave rhlladeltililn ut a a t n... . - . ..
" "i-1 , uuu
Leave Norrlstown at 7 A. M., 1, bx, and 9 P. M.
FOR MANAYUNK.
Leave Phlladelnhla ut A 7l n
. , . 0 ... . . "I ;-. fill'. 1 1 T"l A. ill..
1. 8. 4Vf. ft. AW. At tiHlK I.IIK .....l..... .r
I . i, - n. w, v,,, .iuu llu I , ftl.
ul 11X
w. ' . '..i ' " 4. o o", an
at School lane and Mannvunk. 1 U1J
I I.e. o i; M. train (rum I'hllo.i..i..Ki .
t ,v . u:s bCNDAYH.
Leave rhllndelphla at 9 A. M., 2, 4, and 7V P. M
Leave Manny.ink aUX A. M.,'l ftV and 9X V. m!
... .. wi-nurai lerinteniliMit.,
Depot, NINTH and OREIiN Street
ntn.
"fEST CHESTER
M RAILROAD.
AND PHILADELPHIA
fitrt'1'
1
J1"
at 11.
street, at 6-25 A. M
8-00 A. M 7-j A xi .
iirki.t
6 P. M., 4n P. M.. and 6- 5 p h lu "
rain leaving West cheHter nt m-,i a xr win .in.
junction, Lennl, (ilen Kiddle, and Media:
icavinjr Philadelphia at 4-40 P. M. wfll stop at Me
dia, Glen Riddle, Lennl, and It. C. Junction. Pas,
simpers to or from
The Depot In Phlladelnhla fa
the Chesnut and Walnut Htreets ran ti,,,jq n,I,
Market street line run within one square. The
cars of both lines connect with each train upon Its
u rri V Ul
ON SUNDAYS.
Leave Phlladelnhla for UVKichr.mi i xr
and 2 oo P. M. '
Leave West Chester for Phlladelnhla nt. t..v a r
aud 4t)o r.M.
WILLIAM C. WnESLER,
wi General Superiiitejideut.
IJUILADELPHIA AM) EUIR HAILHOAD
1 WINTER TIME TABLE.
On and nfter MONDAY. Sent n. lsoo. tho Tmma
on the Pliiladelphia and Erie Railroad will run as
follows from Pennsylvania Railroad Depot. West
Philadelphia: wkstwakh.
MAIL TRAIN leaves Philadelphia. .
. 9 -20 P. M.
, 7-30 A. M.
. 8-15 P. M.
.11-50 A. M.
. 91)0 P. M.
.10-00 A. M.
, 8-00 A. M.
. 610 P. M.
. 7 30 P. M.
v unamsport
arrives nt. Erl
ERIE EXPRESS leaves Philadelphia...!
w unamsport ...
arrives at p;rin
ELMIRA MAIL leaves Philadelphia... '
" Wlllian, sport
arrives at Lock Haven. .
KASTWAHU.
MAIL TRAIN leaves Erie
8-1 H A. M.
V llllanisport. .
" srrlves at l'liiiaiiHinhia a.i a x'
915 P. M.
ERIE EXPRESS leaves Erie B-20 P. M.
" " Wllltamsport 4-25 A. m!
ttt-ioa xt kit nes at Philadelphia. . ino P.M.
ELi.llItA MAIL leaves Lock Haven 6-M) A. M
" " Wllllaiiihjiort 8M5 A. M.'
t, . x A arrives at Philadelphia. . . 7-15 P. M.
BUFFALO EXP. leaves Willlamsport..... 12-20 A it
" " liarrisliurp 6-10 A. M.
" arrlven nt. Pliiii..iniiin oi xr
Express East connects at. Corry, Mail East at Corry
anil Irvneton. Express West nt lrui,,,.tr,
trams of Ob Creek and Allepheny River Railroad.
ALL. TYLER.FRED General Superintendent.
GOVERNMENT SALES.
GOVERNMENT SALE OF HONDED GOODS HE
inuinlnpin store over threo years.
Will be Sold, at Godlev's l!finiln,l Wnwii,,.,
GRANITE Street, on FRIDAY", October 8, M), at i
o clock A. M viz. : '
I'er barnue "Fre ."Gu as mn'tti-r. from TJttc-
June 11, Lsoo 1 cask Gin, mark Palm Tree 0. iiu-
porieo oy uuorpe u. ".arson V l'o.
Per Outside Line, from New lledford .Tunn 1!) n
2 casks and three if casks Wlue, mark W. D. Ira-
Per railroad line, from New York July 23, lsic-19
baskets Wine, mark S. S. N. Imported by S. S. Nor-
cr08S-
inn iuo uj i iiii.tiii i.ei uysniie.
Per steamer "Propontis," Illplnson master, from
Liverpool August C, IStiO 13 baskets Champagne.
mm k o. (ii.) v. imported by G. II. Vandyke A Co.
Per railroad line, from New York Aupust 22, lsoa
Twelve ps. Brandy, mark A. W. Imported by A.
Wenlger.
Per brig "Matilda," Anderson master, from St.
Bartholomew August 28, 18C0-4 barrels Lead Ore.
iiiipuiieii oy uauuicne v t,avorgiie.
npuneii oy uaiiuieiie .v L,averpue.
I'er barque "Jupiter," Hradherring master, from
union September 21, 18C0-10 dozen bott les Wine,
arks J. W. A Co. aud P. K. Imported by Phil.
I.on,
marl;
Schmidt.
HENRY D. MOORE,
Collector of Customs.
SAM L EL C. cook.
92 23 2627 29 30-10 4 5 7 Auctioneer.
GOVERNMENT SALE OF UNCLAIMED G00D3
remainliip in store over one year.
Will be sold at Godlev's iloiidi',1 W
(iliAMTfi Stm't, on F1U1JAY, October 8. istiy, at
1 1 .Li. ...... L A XI ..... .
1 1 .... ij v iv ru in., via. i
Per brlp ' S. VV. W elsh." Watson, nrnstpr. frnm
Palermo, Juno 1, IStW, oue valise Clothing, mark G.
M. or A. N.
I'er brlp "Oeorcn Borrv." Bradley.
Supuii. Juno 10, 108, two demijohns Liquor.
Per buifiue "11. toreiror.y." Greirorv. niasicr. fmm
Genoa, Juue 80, lsiW, thno packages sample
Cotton.
I'er schooner "Ralph Bonder." Crosby, niaitur.
from Hillsl.oro, September 4, lbi, .. ono small nackum.
murk E. l'cnuiiigton, Jr., taro of Medara A
Cahoda.
Per brig "Pride," from Messli's. January 27. lM
oue box merchuudise, uddresM d John P'raucis.
illi.NKi 1. MOORE,
C.il.Ttor of Customs.
P AM '.' EL l". cook.
9 22 23 25 27 29 30-10 4 6 7 Auctioneer.
J K R R I C K ft- 80NS
BOUTnWARK FCUNDRY,
No. 430 WASHINGTON AVENUE, Pliiladelphia.
WILLIAM WRIGHT'S PATENT VARIABLE
CUT-OFF STEAM ENGINE,
Regulated by the Governor.
MERRICK'S SAFETY HOISTING MACHINE.
Putented June, 1SC3.
DAVID JOY'S
PATENT VALVELESS STEAM HAMM ER
D. M. WESTON'S
PATENT SELF-CENTRING. SELF-BALANCINrt
CENTIUI' LUAL SUGAR-DRAINING MACHINE.
RO EXTRACTOR.
For Cotton or Woollen Manufacturers. T 10 mw f
I. VAUUrtN WiUlllCC. WIIXIAM B. MKOaiOX.
JOHH . oorE.
JHTAULISIIED 1819.
Tiie New York Xy cine- iukI
l'l-I ul i 11 &' lilulIiMhiueut(
BTATEN ISLAND,
Na 40 North FIOUTH Btreet (Woat Side), Philad, li.hia -tia.
t iUAKH; htroet, and 7i.il BROADWAY. Nm
York.
'i'liiH old and well known Company are prepared, ai usual
itll Uie bmliPBt litLTH lit Hk ill. and tbs munt m,i.r.,
luu.hiiiery, 'J lilK, CI. KANSK and KlNIMil ,.VMr
vmieiyof l.AUlFh' and OP.fi I'LKM Km'S GAllMFNIS
even
aud I I ii v. t.uoiiH, in tliou-urinal sio.ener uiminor I
l.AHMI'rvin UL.AIVb..l WilDl.lC IUU fn.wlfi
HOI
) TH 1 Ins i our ouly oilioe in l'luludulphitt.
1 OIIN FARNUM & CO.. COMMISSION 1WFR
fl ehanla and Manufiioturi'B of ConestovATI.iLinD. nti.' I
No, iUi CUEbKU'l' KUevt, t'uilauvlyuia, 41 wim4 I
Leave Philadelphia from New Depot TIITltTv"
FIRST and CI 1 ESN UT Streets, 7 -45 A? M., l J"
2-30 P. M.. 4-15 P. M.. 4-4H P. Ai .i.i. "o . '..'. .
i ..o t-..u. (,L. .: " ." 1 "
...tw ..ini, v.in.-nLri jr.llll ll.-'ior nil kou, 1,
AOOTION SALES.
TVf THOMAS
8ON8. NOR. 1M inn
FOURTH STREET.
FLl'OAA 1 H l MUhatJK AND HJHilTirn.R
Oct. a, at. m o'clnck, will ha sold at pul.l
hi I'l HIliu TriTtJ vrrr'nn. umn.. . ....
PIKrt
UAK-
J li T H , ( 1 1 A f) I) K I ' IK I H, K TO BBU68KL'
. ?I?L7'ti"tt",?. ter 1,10 "'o nt the real eatnte, will I
Pull narl.if-nlMN In ...... I
Tim oahinot furniture n.ailn
Cntniiinn.
ordor by Mmirn Jk
f air of rcatdnnco and r,imii,.
in to Kumpe. Iurnture peromptorjr. th
KOI
liM2(
ownnv
Eitonaivo Salo at tho
Atirtinn TYyutM- t ..
u t- " . : " '"".num. o. rjti and Ut
otliorCurptta, Kto. u,,uo".8 Velvet, llruaayi,, an(I
5 bandHmi.o walnni. -,,3..I .:?'nl"? ro"m furuituro:
7irlave i.iano.f,te. ,, , h J i, "J"""1 r'lywnod
end lal.loa. nil , in . ".Wj'Z" 'UV""T deake
plated wnro. Hno hair matt mam falS T1 i'2' "T?
and ill.. .upBriur " r ""f aate i. a,1 1' , ,ol'"
VatH.,n:2ironchesta li'l) VlV.r i, .oi . i l' ,Kn
fctovoa. doublo l.arrol .,, ' Lndwiuw .eWn? Ilk,V'1
and otimr onrppts, oil cloths' en" ot. Brussola.
H.ArS,2fc?.n" "'". W liaum. B. BroKn.,, a.l
A I HO. oll'i'ntlt pnlilnnr a n
Co.. in'l,and8;;mVr;.aew,,;;d',..n,V""UO Uro8t' 7.
- t j
BUNTING, DURBOROW CO AVrrrrn
KKRH, N,,. 233 ,nd 2S4 MARkTT AUdlON
bank .treet. KucaaSr.1nRl,Ij;eX&.00r,,,C 01
LARGE BALK OF RRlTlfH, FRFVOH rinin.
C,t. 7, at 10 o-c.o.VTuntS!Dre,lit. ,0 ,
IMronTANTBALROPARPOTIKas.ciLCLOTIIS.
a .tit i i I 1 """J iiiiirninir,
c.x. H, at 11 o'clock, on four iiio..,r,.'
n i.'-jj.. .
about 20
oar
51 AKOU 6ALK F I RI.NC1I AND OTHER KITRO
PKAN 1KY (JOOU8 K KURO-
O.l.ll.atI0oVlJ':,r."RJ'-"i"'T. ...
ape.-al .! f IV, 4V7S' tncladln .
nnd.Cbcnillo ahaWls.a li v orilor of ,i I n! "I!"'
J'uitioulnia hereafter. ""uiht liroa.
i ' o ut
CD.
e ho. I
A1CCLEFS & CO
AUCTIONEERS,
6W MAKK.KT Street.
SALK OK lao
CASKS
?T "K'r3: SUO' BROOANS.
I
Oct.7.all0oVLM.iSf',,T!!l,!l... . ..
grade. "" "no or oity niado)
li.-Mito oyeryBIondny and Thursduy t(0 4 3t
nIIOMAS BIRCH ,fc SON, AUCTIONFFRH
OI1KBNUT Bt.ree.7e enlranoe "iUJ lansm0.trii,t,:
SALK OF PENKKLLTOW litns irnni.
CHINKRY. MA-
oct.fi. at io 0.M,,iiwsLY.!S:s?JR...
uiua ioKuc8 can be bad at the auction (tore. 10 4 2t
Adniiniatrutor's Sale, S. K. corner Twonl ioth and Oxford
WALNUT PARLOR. CHAMItlfR ma rv,,...
. , . , . On Tliuraday Mnrnins,
Octobcr7.at 1(1 nVlnok. ... i.- .
tloth and Oxford aU.o.a. by'ordor "nfAduiinTa?. r.U
be fold, tho entiro furn luro nt rh 1 ,rr ,u
e i . , . 'uou, uiiiiiiiriBiniv
Ala... 1 lino barnmotor: 1 liquor hydrometer
Tho luiiiituro cau Lii .,,, i,i ....... . .1,
moininiiof aak.. uuoc " a
ataloguca uovr ready for delivery at the nuotior.
10 a it
. a t, A,T I'R" V ATM SAT.K.
1 pcronn aiza Billiard 'l.a.ln .......i.i.. . '. .. . .
n Kod ,.rd.r. ""l' ,lu ".to..
Lrffi' AUCTIONEERS
R.:bJartt-ii,o0ni,.dn,ii'UrUhiul'i' 0t0' 0,i'- hV order of M?'.
. .. . Wcdnosifny irnrnin7
Oct. fi, 18W1. nt 10 o'clock, on four mouth,- credit ,,...
putticuliuB hurcalter. Joljj
k iiouAK.WUOL,WALli iA
On Thuraday Morninir
Oct. 7. IMS, at 10 o'clock, nn tour inonfAs' credit. 10 4 3fc
MARTIN BROTHERS, AUCTIONEERS
Ho. 6 CHKSK UT Street, rear entrance froii Minor
y OUgnBUuj morning,
clock, at the unction rooms, No. 529 Ohe
:ata Iokuo a Uro uaaortuient of ejoelleot
nut strc-t, l ycat
llcubehold 1' urniture. cto.
1U 4 3t
J Y B- SCOTT, JR
ENGINES, MAOHINERY, ETO.
PENN STEAM ENGINE AND
lor many ym.ra bet-n in ancceaw'al operation, and tieen ajf
. .
cluaivcly enpimed In liuiidinR and repairinr Marine and
River J- DRinue, hiKh and low-preaaure, Iron Boilera. Wut
. .uiwi.rrn, !., eio roBpectinily otfer their aar.
view to tho iioblio B heiiiK fully prepared tooontract fw
nRinesof all (lzea. Marine, River, and Stationary ; having
ta oi pat lerna ol different (izea. are prepared to execut!
ordera will! quick Jcapatch. Kvery deecription of
uial .!( made a too al.orteat notice. High and Lbi iZZLl
aurc i ine l ubularand Cylinder Boilere Lf the biS
tylvunia Charcoal Iron. ForainKa of oil liwandiitSf
Iron nd Braaa CaatinKgof lUrde-ription" Roll IWtaf
ftin wlJultiPK. and all Mia., work oonneeSd Si 5S
auove uui-.neaa.
.... - -ho..wwohou ,,'r an worar none afc iv.
oet.lili6l ment frte ot churne. and work ii.kr.nu 109
r.i'.winD. . n .1 MuiA....... ..I . .
1 ne eubbcribt-ra have ample wharf dock-room ToTrenair.
f beata .where tbey can lie in perfect aafetv. an, I .,..?
Kuaranteed.
k-rxjni for re
i. , .. . .. ..
ortweUht""' bl00k, 8t0- 8t-
JACOB O. NKAFTB,
.1011 N 11 I t..,fr
B15
BEACH and PALM KM hi
C()1'TI1WARK FOUNDRY, FIFTH AND'
O VAIslllUTON Streets,
PIIH-ADKLI-niA.
MElilUCK & SONS,
GINEiiliS AU MACHINISTS,
moiiufiu-ture High and Low I'ressuie Steam Engluei
for Lund, lilver, and Marine Service.
l;uk rs, (Jt'Hi.ineters, Tanks, Iron Boats, etc.
CaxUhjrs of all klndn, either Iron or Brans.
Iron l iaiiie Koofs for Gas Works, Workshops, and
Katlioiid stations, etc
Li torts and (iasllacblnery of the latest and moat
Improved count ructiun.
I'. very ili Hoription of Plantation Machinery, also,
M;gur,.Saw, and GriHt MiIIh, Vacuum l'ans, Oil
ftt-iun Trains, Defecators, Filters, Pumpluit Ha-gliit-H,
etc.
Si.io AncntsforN. Blllimx's Supar BolllnffAppa
ratim, Ncbiuytira I'atcnt Steam llainincr, and Aplu
wall A Wooltsey's Patent Contrifugal Sugar Drain
ing il UClillll-M. 4 801
Q I tl A HO TUBE WORKS
john ii. MUitriir & UKOS.
OlHoi.fmUiiirra f Wrouht Iroa rtp, t.
PUIiADW-fHIA. PA.
WORKS.
TUIiNTY-TIUHD and Fll.BKHT (4lrcU.
OKFIOK. 4 1
44 North HI Til Street.
COTTON SAIL
I t .,11 m.iiiliera and
DUCK AND CANVAS,
biand. Tent, Awninv. Trunk.
v,.i on. cover buck.
AlbO, Paper Ahinutaoturertt'
Diier ill. Irein thirty to
l'uuliiik. Usltiug, Suil Twino,
aevuuly ,x
iucUea
wide.
elo.
JOHN W. RVF.RMAN.
8U
W CUV UUU Street (City btoroal
MA Ul. wlfllAnft
' V':,' l"2 V'"?-"':, Bt vor 'wnt tliretorr
li aVu , ""'"'Ml" (miblo to aeconil tor, nurth aids
Jllhu v: reKNn-J V- "'"tiilninR In front 1 o il,, and i
llAHlM.
(inn dinlnVtal.lt ? ImTJ .'J h.rfhm,,1r f"rD"": "ten
k.Ib ran.J I! i ..Rt """naoine Ann natorand linn.
rixT,,"a.'e,o: " 0'oU"' eb.ndeller. 2nd VaI-
liiirr.,r;ol,.Knt lnut. boolt'iaaoa- i wSSni i P1."r
Minora, . want I'i.no Fnrtea and f 'nb t ina
hui., nnr 1-iroproot Hafoa, Ib.ndaomo RruXls. Velvet'
uiul other Carpets: Superior TurninK Lathe, i'lno inited
Wore, bpnnK and Hair Muttrenioa etc W
ViVJPKAiJI'lOAL AND I'll KORKTIOAt
KNU I K K ItS.M A CHINIST8, UOlUnt
Alai'KIl. JSJ,AUK.'VI ri llN anl 1.1 lliNHL'Du

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