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TUB VETO.
IJeary'a Veia rmi lleiraiiallian
'lien Hill.
The following is tho com!cle menaftgA of
the Governor, of which wo yestorcUjr prittlel
an ab8rct:
KiKCPTf Chambkr, HArtuiKHrtKo, Feb. 10,
Wo '1 o Mxk atm am) lluii-t iuutlntntn: Having
caiefiilly ronidilered Hetmto bill No. 2!i, entitled
"An act to iroTliti I'ur the apimlntnieiit of a Me
tropolitan Police lor the city ul' l'lillHiinlphla," null
although actiintid bv u alni-.tir) iluxiro to conform
my action In rejt.ird to It to Hint of the (lencr.il Ah
senibly, 1 Kin ruii-.triried to withhold the Kxoeutive
am-lin, ami proci-wl to the (Hinxtitiitlonal duty of
KtvirtK niy toHi-m.H for li"jpr.'inn.
In tlio llrit place, the ttilo Im riot In conformity
with the 8th -e:tiun of tlio I Ith article of the con
stitution, whhib i.olsre that ''no bill Khali be
pnawd by the I -c inlnt.u i ixmtHlning more than one
(object, which Khali bo clearly cxproaand lo the
title." A I read the bill, one of the moxt important
leatnrr Im the eluot.lon of H vo police commlUnnr,
and yet thl lilc In neither clrarly expressed nor
even remotely ti'lleatod by the title!
Another objt;rtioii to the bill In, that the whole
nlxtcen pant a xro jumbled together into one faction.
Jt Ik usual and proper to divide bills of such length
into section, each embracing nimc marked feature,
and to have the ectlrn arranged according to noma
natutal order. Although, thin Is only a matter of
iorm, 1 am aware of no good reanon for thi depar
ture trora tua(o and utter Ularegard of all Mound
lirecedvnl.
Much has boon Raid about the character and In
eftlcienO' of ' police of Philadelphia, and 1 am
tully jx-rpuHih d many of them are not ftiich a the
good order of the city demand. But whllnt this la
an acknowledged evil, and a jiroper subject for
lcglatlve roiixidcralion, I moro thttn doubt the
witirtom of tho remedy proponed by tola bill. It 1b
manitrftt, howr vcr, that It W a niont Important one,
and that ilcotitcmplatH an entire revolution in this
branch of ctfy government.
'J lie coimiitiitlnnal authority of the Legislature,
In a jxrlod of profound peine, to create power
Much as ix contemplated by the metropolitan police
bill, to operate- over the whole State or any part
thereof , In aiestion of great magnitude, and one
which, under a republican form of government,
deiuaudx mm ions consideration, as It involves In
herttit and indefeasible rights and other fundamen
tal principle In a govern mnut established for the
benefit and lyipplne ws of the people.
The bill tinder consideration Is fraught with mo
mentous consequences to the citizens of Philadel
phia and of the State; and the position that the
power can be taken away from so large a portion of
the people of Pennsylvania, without their consent,
for a period of years, and lodgod In the hands of
six persons, Is to me extraordinary, untenable, and
in violation of the spirit, meaning and intent ot the
first and second sections of the twelfth article of
the Constitution. The second section declares that
all power Is inherent in the people All free gov
ernments are founded on their authority and insti
tuted for their peace, safety and happiness. The
Constitution sets forth In such plain and unequivo
cal terras the principles upon which a republican
government shall be conducted, that comment
would be bu perfl itotw, and would rather weaken
than strengthen the eae.
If there exists any right or authority In the Legis
lature to concentrate power in a few men tor a terra
of years, then it muse be admitted that they have
the right to do it for a number of years, or to make
It a perpetuity.
To recognize the right to legislate thus specially
for one city Is virtually to acknowledge that the
Legislature has authority to make similar enact
ment in every other city, borough, village, county
and townhhlp within the State, and that, bv the
same reasoning, Congress possesses like power to
legislate for the different state", enact a grand
metropolitan police bill, and secure plenary, exe
cutive, legislative and Judicial powers in the bands
of a few pert-ons, and thus exclude the niHes of the
people from all parti cl put Ion in the government of
themselves1. I must confer that X am entirely un
prepared to sanction any legislation so mischievous
in its tendencies Rtid so anti-republican In its cha
racter, and which Is calculated to uproot and de
strov the dearest principles and privileges of the
people which nudurlio the institutions of our well
regulated commonwealth. Justice and the dictates
of sound public policy require that the citizens of
every political axtd corporate division, however
great or small, should be permitted, as an inherent
Tight of self-government, without "otlicers inter,
meddling" from any quarter, to manage their own
local atlairs in their own way, through otlioers ee.
' lected at the ballot-box by themselves.
In remarking upon this subject I have elsewhere
said, "The great principle, then, upon which our
free Institutions rest Is the unqualified and absolute
sovereignty of the people; and constituting as that
principle does the most positive and essential fea
ture in the great charter of our liberties, ho it la
better calculated than any other to give elevation
to our hopes und dignity to our actions. So long as
the people feel that the power to elect their own
officers and administer their own government
abides in them, so long will they bo Impressed with
th
hat sense of security and that dlguity which must
ever snrlnir from the consciousness that they hold
-within tbelr own hand a remedy for every political
evil, a correction for every governmental abuse
and usurpation. This principle must be upheld
and maintained at all hazards and every sacrifice
maintained in all the power and fullness, in all the
breadth and depth, in its utmost capacity and sig
nification. It is not sufficient that it be acknow
ledged as a mere abstraction or theory or doctrine,
but a a practical, substantial, living reality, vital
in every part."
The city of Philadelphia, in order to pay the ne-ces-saiy
expenses of her government, of her new,
important and extended Improvements, and the In
terest on her immense debt (now greater than that
ol the commonwealth), Is not In a condition to in
crease her liability, and if she does, it ought to be
with a perlect understanding for what purpose and
to what amount.
The salary of the Mayor, who now performs all
the functions that are proposed to he placed in the
hands of the Hoard of Police CoiumUsiouers, is
4000, while the salaries of the six commissioners,
at 3000 each; one clerk at 41SO0, and one at t0O0;
a committing magistrate at the Central Station,
say KSOOO, and a clerk at $1000; and that of the ex
amining physician, 3000, amount to the sum of
$28,000. To which may be added rents, stationer-;
printing and incidentals, at leant $22,000 more,
making in all the sum of SW.ixio for salaries and
expense for the official department alone.
The bill says: "The said Doard shall have entire
control of all the police of the city, and shall have
authority to increase the force of patrolmen, should
they deem the same necessary; and it Is heroby
maile the duty of the Select uud Common Councils
to appropriate sufficient money to meet the ex
penses ot the Roard and said force." This Is in
every respect tue most pcricci surreimoroi plenary
powers ot the many to the few that 1 have ever
witnessed. Absolute control of the police. Power
to increase the number at their pleasure; to tix the
wage at any figure, without bolng subject to any
check or supervision from any source. Such power
are not exureiscd by the autocrat of Russia.
The Citv CouncilH and the peoplo seem to be en
tirely ignored by the bill, exoopt that "the Roard
shall from, time to time Bubmit to the Councils
their estimates of the sums required tor the pay
ment of official salaries and expenses, and for the
maintenance, of the police force." There 1 no
O I 4-,hcck or audit prescribed, and no matter what
may be the sum required, the Councils must pro
Tide and appropriate the amount, and the people,
already overburdened, must meet largely-increased
taxation to supply the Councils with tlio necessary
means to satisfy the demand of the Board, and
nfter paving the 50,000 before mentioned to set
this "Trojan horse" upon It legs, and Introduce it
into Philadelphia, no ono can estimate the in
creased excuses, and no one is to be responsible
for the damages that may occur after 1U machinery
lias been f nil y set in operation.
The police 'force is also to be pnt upon a war
footing. Kvery applicant is to be submitted to an
examination by "a properly qualified physician,"
and If not found entirely competent, and under 43
years of age. he must be rejected. Why should
trusty, able-bodied men and experienced pollce
ofneers be excluded from the force, without regard
to past services or present efficiency, merely be
cause they are over 45 years of age? It Is probably
the first time in the history of the State that a man
in civil life, who is otherwise suitable in overy re
upect, shall be proscribed when he may have served
his country faithfully in her armies and attained
the age of 45 years. This is monstrous injustice
and ostracism, which I trust will never meet the
aanction of or he tolerated by a brave and generous
people.
1 have not had time to nail your attention to the
provisions of this bill as fully as I could have do
Mired, but 1 think that I have pointed out sufficient
wrong in this attempt to. create such a lbroe ap
' violated by a concentration of the people's power
into the bands of a few men ohoiten bv Legislators
Iront every part oi the State, who are fully assured
that their own constituent would not submit to
any such Inflictions of absolute government and
taxation upon themselves for a single moment.
This is the kind of legislation which, under pre
tence of securing peace, creates discontent, dls
eatutfaotien and disturbance. It arouse iu the
bosom of every man who knows hi own luherent
right the most determined opposition, and fre
quently the most uncompromising hostility to ever v
movement by which he perceive his lilierty is
mbrldired. and makes him waee a continuous war-
tare against all whom he conwtlves to be the enemies
of liberty, whether open or concealed.
A republican government cannot long exist
under partial and unequal laws, and to perpetuate
this republic, with all the blessing which cluster
atouuj it, the State Legislature must enact laws
heslng alike upon all, with filial and exact Jim- i
(Ice to ail, without prejudice or partiality. ua-
jtrtly In the bUte, unit, rUkiriR to b.-gislato to per
il Misto if power by the psiuiiigp of mw one qnl,
en.'nst and oppressive towxril the minority, I not
n t obliran iu Iorm, i not dtniio, ratio In principle,
ami must soon sink Into Imperialism.
I or these and other reason I cannot gfva thi
Fxtcutlve sanction to this, or any other act wiiteh
hs a tendency to take from the people any portion
ot their Inherent rights. The election of every local
i fliier, charged with the iuties of executive autho
rity, or with the execution of the laws, should be
nil untied to a dnect popular vote; and I can see
no leason why the people of Pbilad -Iplitu alioul i
be made an exception to Oils rnle, and be deprived
l the rlplit of choosing, by their own vote, those
wl o shall constitute the commltsioners of police,
as well at who shall be their Mavor, select and
eon, inoii councils, or tbelr representative in the
L plslature.
it I an elementary axiom that every government
i hi uld have some I ('sponsible head, and In a lepuU
Itcsn government tJist responsibility should be to
the people the source of all political power.
Heretofore the Mayor of Philadelphia has occu
pied this position of trust and responsibility. To
Iiim the people looked, and had a right to look, for
the proper execution of the laws and the preserva
tion of the peace and good order of the city. If he
has failed to meet their expectations they have
their remedy at the ballot-box, and It is fair to pre
sume they will avail themselves of It at the first
lawful opportunity. Would It Improve the existing
condition of thing to divide this responsibility
among six commissioners, of whom the Ma ror
would be but onoY To whom would thev look for a
proper discharge of duty? Hardly to the Legisla
ture of the whole State, which changes annually.
Not to the qualified electors of the city, for they
did not elect them, and cannot, under the machi
nery of the Mil, choose a majority of their suc
cessors for three years, nor a new board for five
years. l)lvlded responsibility in government is a
political heresy, and nearly related to no responsi
bility. What kind of an army would that be which
had six commanding officers, all of equal rank?
And what sort of a State administration would that
be emanating from six Governor, all of equal
power and authority? And what good could be ex
pected of thnt police organization which I to be
governed by six equal and irresponsible commis
sioners'.' If the people of Philadelphia desire a metro
politan police bill, let the commissioners be of their
own choosing at the ballot-box. Let them be "of
the people, lor the people and by the people."
To my mind these objections are insuperable, and
the bill Is therefore returned for further considera
tion. John W. Ubaiiv.
RAILROAD LINES.
PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL RAILROAD
AFTER 8 P. M. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 18S9.
The trams of the Pennsylvania Central Railroad
leave the Depot, at THlR'l Y-FIRST and MARKET
Street, which IB reached directly by the Market
street cam, the laat car connecting with each train
leaving Front and Market street thirty minute be
fore It departure. The Chesnnt and Walnut street
car ran within one square of the Depot.
Sleeping-car ticket can be bad on application at
the Ticket onioe, N. W. corner Ninth and Cliesnut
streets, and at the I'epot,
Agent of the Union Transfer Company will call
for and deliver baggage at the depot, enters left at
No. vol Chesnnt street, or No. lis Market street, will
receive attention. t
IBAIK8 LIATI St POT, TIE. !
Vail Train 8-00 A. M
Paoll Accommodat'n. .10-30 A. M., 1-10 and 6-ftO P. M.
Fast Line and Erie Express.
II DO A, M.
8- 30 P. M.
4- 10 P. M.
5- 80 P. M,
8fl0 P. M.
9- 40 P. M.
n-n A. M.
Uarri'bnrg Accommodation
Lancanter Accommodation. ,
I'arkesba-g Train
Cincinnati Express.
Kile Mail and Pittsburg Express...
Accommodation
I'aelflo Express lVtH) night.
Lne Mail leave rtniiy, except Sunday, rnnntug on
Sfttunlay night to Wllilamsport only. On Sunday
night passengers will leave Philadelphia at 8 o'clock
Pacific Express leaves dally. Cincinnati Express
dally, except Saturday. Alt other train daily, ex
cept Sunday.
The Western Accommodation Train ran dally,
except Sunday. For this train ticket must lie pro
cured and baggage delivered by 5 P. M., at No, 114
Market street.
TUAnsfl ABRITl AT DKFOT, TIZ. t
Cincinnati Express 810 A. M.
Philadelphia hapiess. ! A. M.
Erie Mail 0-80 A. M.
I'aoli Accommodation, 8-ilo A. M., It -40 and 6-26 P. M,
Parkesburg Train .910 A. M.
Fflet Line 9-40 A. M.
. Lanciwter Train., Ditto P. M.
Erie Express 12-6S P. M.
Southein Express T-00 r. M,
Lock Uaven and Elmlra Express ..T-oo P. M.
Pftcino Express. 4-S8 P. M.
Harrfaburg Accommodation ; 9-&0 P, M.
iinr farther information. annlT to
JOHN F. VANLEEIt, Jr., Ticket Agent,
No. 901 CHESNUT Street,
' FRANCIS FUNK, Ticket Agent,
No 11 MARKET Street,
i SAMUEL 1L WALLACE,
Ticket Agent at the Depot
The Pennsvlvanla Railroad Comnanv will not a
sume any risk for Baggage, except for Wearing Ap
parel, ana limit tneir resnonsimuty to une uunurea
Dollar In value. All Bsggage exceeding that amonnt
in value will be at the risk of the owner, nnlea taken
Dy special contract.
' EDWARD H. WILLIAMS.
4 S9 General Superintendent, Altoona, Pi
T3HILADELPHIA, WIIJIHNGTON, AND BALTI.
X MORE RAILROAD. TIME TABLE. Trains
will leave Depot corner Broad street and Wasnlni
ton avenne as follows :
Way Mall Train at 8-80 A. M. (Sundays excepted?
for Baltimore, stopping at all regular station
Connecting with Delaware Railroad at WUmlngto
lor Crtsflcld and intermediate stations.
Express Train at 18 M. (Sundays excepted), fo
Baltimore and Washington, stopping at Wilmlngtoi
Perryvllle, and Eavre-de-Orace. Connects at Wll
mlncton with train for New Castle.
Ex-press Train at 4-00 P. M. (Sundays excepted),
for Baltimore and Washinirton. stopping at Chester.
Thnrlow, Llnwood, Clayinont, Wilmington, Newport,
Htanton. JNewarx, iUKion, isonn-ji.ast, cnariestown,
Perryvllle. Uavre-de-Grace, Aberdeen, Perrym&n's,
Edgewooa. Magnolia, Chase's and Stemmer's Run. -
Night Expresa at 11-80 P. M. (dally), for Baltimore
and Washington, stopping at Chester, Tutmow, un-
wood, Clayinont, Wilmington, Newark, Elkton,
North-East PerrjTllle, Ravre-da-Graoe, Perry man's,
and MaomollA.
Passenger ror ronres aionroe ana norioix wui
take the 111 -00 M. train.
i WIIAIINGTON TRAINS.
Stopping at all stations between Philadelphia and
Wilmington.
Leave Philadelphia at 11-00 A. M., 9-80, 6-00, and
T-00 P. M. The 6 -00 P. M. Truln connects with Dela
ware Railroad for Harrington and Intermediate
stations.
Leave Wilmington 8-80 and 818 A. M., 1U0, 415,
and too f. m. u nett-ioA. m. Train win not sto
between Chester and Philadelphia. The 7 P. M
Train from Wilmington runs dully ; ail othor Accom
modation Trains Sundays excepted.
- Trains leaving Wilmington at 6-30 A. M. and 41D
P. JI., will connect at Laiuokln J unction with the 7-00
A. M. aud 4-W r. M. trains or BalUmoie Central
Railroad.
From Baltimore to Philadelphia Leave Baltimore
7-U6 A. m., way Maui ir. a. m., jtupresa; s-ss
M.. Itxprees; r. jn., n-xpress.
HLNDAT TRAIN FllOM BALTIMORE.
Leavra Baltimore at 7 -SO P. M.. stopping at Mass
nolia. ferryman's, Aberdeen, Uavre-de-Grace, Per.
ryville, Charlestown. North-EastL Elkton, Newark,
fetanton, Newport, Wilmington, Clayinont, Llnwood,
ana cneaier.
' H. 7. KENNEY, Superintendent
TJHILADELPHIA AND BALTIMORS CENTRAL
X. RAILROAD COMPANY.
W1NTKR ARRANGEMENT.
On and after MONDAY, November 1, 188, Trains
will leave as follows, stonnlnir at all Stations on
Philadelphia, Baltimore Central, and Chester Creek
Kaiiroaus:
Leave PHILADELPHIA for POBT DEPOSIT from
Depot of Philadelphia, Wilmington, and Baltimore
Railroad Company, corner Broad and Washington
avenne, at 7 A. M. and 4-so P. M.
A Freight Train, with Passenger Car attached, will
leave rnnaaeipnia lor uxiora at stto f. m.
Leave PORT DEPOSIT for PHILADELPHIA at
H-40 a. m.. s-w a. m.. ana n ta f. m.
On Saturday the P. It. train will leave at 480
p m.
! passengers art allowed to take wearing apparel
only as baggage, and the company will not be respon
sible tor an amount Hcmuim one uaaarea aouars,
unless tpecuu contract is maoa ior me same.
. UENRY WOOD,
' ill ' President and General SaperlnleAdent
n KKAT SOITTMEttllf MAIL.
V mir.V ATX RAIL LIKE TO
KFW OR1.KANH, aUtMPHfS, NASHVILLF. AT.
LA NT A. AUliUSTA, KONTOllMUKt, MObfLR
CHABI.KSi'ON, SAVANNAH, and all pnaoial poiou
SOU TH sad &OUTRWK8T. TlokoM for Uj, bMK
ohw-kwl tbiouh W dwtimaUoa, and aU iulanuuum
lu""i"dM wlOHF.8BrUTStr.et. '
Miuwaio Hull.
O. RKNTON THWMP.SOS,
1 SI U Um. Agal liu PlulJljiiiA.
RAILROAD LINES.
1U(li rt,M NKVV York. tub camdkn
lOlMs and Atnboy and Philadelphia and Tren
ton Railroad Companies' lino from Philadelphia to
New York and M ay Places.
whom wai.kpt rrnmsT whir.
At 0 A. M., vi Camden aud Am hoy Aocom. ..fl"
At 8 A. M , ? !a Cam. and Jersey City Ex. Mall..
At HP. M., via C'smo.s and Amhoy Express.... 81)0
At P. M., for Am boy and Intermediate station.
At W and 8 A. M, and 9 P. M., for freehold.
At 8 A. M. and t P. M., for Long Branch and
point on R. and D. B.RK.
At 8 and 10 A. M,, 18 M., 8, 8-80, and 1)0 P. M., for
Trenton.
At e-so. 8, and 10 A. M., M-, 8-ftn, 40, t, T, and
11K0P. M. for Itordflutown, Florenoe, Burlington,
Beverly, and Ddam-o.
At '.u ana 10 A. M.. ji m.. -b. 4 bo. . t. ana li-w
M for Kdirewater. Riverside. Hlverton. Palmyra.
and Flan House, 1A.M. and IP. M. for Rlverton.
The 1180 P. L
Lue leave Market Street Furry,
fanner side).
THOU KRKfltltOTOIT DKPOT.
At T-M A. M., so, 8Ki, and a P. M. for Trenton
and Bristol, and 10-40 A. M. and P. M for Bristol.
At 7-80 A. M., 8-80 and ll'.IL for KorrtavUle and
Tullytown.
At 7 -bo snd 10-40 A. M., and 8-80, s. and IP, X. for
Schenck's and Eddlugton.
At T-80 and 10-40 A. M.. 8-80, 4, B, and 8 P. M., for
Cornwell's, Torresdale, Ilolinestinrg, Taoony, Wl
sluoming, Brldesbnrg, and Frankford, and at 8-80
P. M. for BolnieHliuig and Intermediate station.
VHOM WFHT rnil.ADBIJ-niA DKPOT.
Via Connecting Railway.
At 7, t-80 and 11 A. M.. 1-xo. 4. 8-4A. and 1 P. M.
New York Expresa Line, via Jersey City. Fare,
.
At nno r. m., jcroigrant Line. Fare, H.
At 7, 9-80, and 11 A. M.. 110. 4. -4&. and 19 P. M..
for Trenton.
At 7. 9-80, and 11 A. M., 4, 8-4(1, and II P. M.. for
BrisuiL
At 11 P. M. fNlght). for MortUivllle. TnL'vtSwn.
Schenck's, Eiidlngton, Cornwell's, Torresdale.
iioiniest.urf. Tacony. WfaainonUniir. Bridoenurg. and
Frankford.
The 9-30 A. M., S-4B and 19 P. M. Line wfU rntt
dally. All other, Sunday excepted.
BELYLUJUUS UltCAWARJt KAIi.JKOAU IdXiCa.
FROM KKNaiNirmM urmr.
AtT-80A.M.forNlacrarB Falls. BuiTaln. Dnnklrk.
Enulra, Ithaca. Owego. Rochester. Blnrhatnton. Os
wego, Syracuse, rcat Bend, Montrose, Wukesharre,
Scmnton, Btroudsburg, Water Gap, Schooler' Moan
tain, etc.
a tku a. m. ana -30 r. M. ror Beiviaere, Kaston,
Lambertvllle, Flemimrton. etc The B-80 P. M.Llne
counects direct with the train leaving Easton lor
Mauch Chunk, Allentown, Bethlehem, eta
At 11 A. M. from West Philadelphia Depot and 8
P. M., from Kensington Depot, for Lambertvllle and
intermediate stations.
CAMDEN AND BURLINGTON COUNTY AND
F EMBERTON AND UIOUTSTOWN RAIL
ROADS. PKOM If ARKRT 8TBKKT ntRRT (tnlM fllDHV,
At 1 and 10 A. M.. 1. 9-15. 8-80. 6. and 6 30 P. M-. and
oh Thursday and Saturday nights at 11-30 P. M., for
jneninantvtiio, wooreatowu, uaruora, juasonviue,
lialnesport, and Mount Holly.
At 7 A, M., 11-10 and (ino P. M. for Lamberton and
Mediord.
At 7 and 10 A. M., 1, 3-30, and S P. M., for
SnilthrUie, Ewanavllle, Vlncentown, BlruUngham,
and Pemberton.
At 10 A. M.. for Lewidtown. Wrurhtstown. cooks-
town, New Egypt, and llornerstown.
At i a. At., i ana sue i . m.. ror ivnstown.
Wrlghtstown. Cookstown. New Esrvnt. llorners
town, Cream Ridge, Imlaystown, Sharon, and lllghu
town. WILLIAM II. GATZMER, Agent.
PHILADELPHIA, GERMANTOWN, AND NOR
R1STOWN RAILROAD.
TIME TABLE,
On and sfter MONDAY, Nor. K, 1869.
FOR GERMANTOWN.
Leave Philadelphia ate. 7. 8. 9-05. 19. 11. 12 A. M..
1, tiSV, 8X, 4-00, 4U5, 6. 6, 6, fl. 7, 8, 91, 10, 11, 19
Leave Germantown at 8. 8-6B. 7V. 8. 8-W. 9. 10.
io -M,n a. M i, ii, 8, lyuo, 4X, o, o, , 7, a, 9, 10,
The 8-20 down train and 3V and 5V nn trains will
not stop on the Germantown Branch.
Leave Philadelphia at 915 A. M., 8, 4-05, 7, and 10
JU.
Leave Germantown at 815 A. M.
l,8,,and9X
P.M.
CHESNUT HILL RAILROAD.
LeaTe Philadelphia at 6, 8, 10, 12 A. M., 8, 3V, BV,
7, 9trt). and 11 P. AL
Leave Chesnnt Hill at T10, 8, 9-40. 11:40 A. M.. 1-40.
8X, 6 0, 6-40, 8-40, and 10-40 P. M.
UiM BUCIUAIH, . - i
Iave Philadelphia at 9-16 A. M., I and ip.it. .
1-ave Chesnut Hill at 7-S0 A. M.. 12-40. fi-io. and
9-86 P.M. ,.
FOR CONSHOHOCK.EN AND NORRISTOWN.
Leave Philadelphia at 6, TV, 9, and 11-00 A. M.. ltf.
8, 4, 4, bfa 6M, 8-00, 10-OB, and UXV. M. .
I-ave Norrlstown at 540, -5, 7,7V, 8-50, and 11
A. M., IX. 8. X, SJtf, 8, aud 9f P. M.
The i A. M. train from Norrislown will not stop
St M ogee's. Potts' Lauding, Domino, or Schur'a lane.
The 4 P. M. train from Philadelphia will stop only
at Scliool lane, Manayunk, and Coushohooken,
Leave Philadelphia at 9 A. M., Xi , snd TV P. M.
Leave Norristown at 7 A. M.. 1, ox, and P. M,
FOR MANAYUNK.
Leave Philadelphia at 6, Ttf, 9, and 11-05 A. IS., IV,
, X, 6X. 6. 8-05, 10-00, and lii P. M.
T atktftx MunnnnnlV at- drlA a KJ( T I S O.IA n.n
MOkl AUU4jT UUSS. SBIV V AVf V UUj I , O IV W Vv
11 A. M., 8, 8X, B, 6 V, 8-30. and 10 P. M.
Leave Philadelphia at 9 A. M., 9V, 4, and TV P. M.
Leave Manayunk at Tjtf A. M., , 6, and 9V P. M.
PLYMOUTH RAILROAD. "
Leave Philadelphia at 7V A. M., 4 P.M.
Leave Plymonth. 6V A. M., 4V R. M.
W. 8. WILSON, General Superintendent,
Depot, NINTH and GREEN Streets.
NORTH PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. THE
SHORT MIDDLE ROUTE TO THE LEHIGH AND
WYOMING VALLEYS, NORTHERN PENNSYLVA
NIA, SOUTHERN AND INTERIOR NEW YORK.
BUFFALO, ROCHESTER, NIAGARA FALLS, THE
GREAT LAKES, AND TUB DOMINION 0
CANADA.
WINTBK ARRANGEMENT.
Takes effect November 22, 189.
Fourteen daily trains leave Passenarer Denot corner
BERKS and AMERICAN Streets, (Sundays ex
cepted), as follows '.
At (t-oo a. an. tux press j ior neinienem, ajienrown,
Mauch Chunk. Razleton, Wllllaraaport, WUkeabarre.
Mahunoy City, Pituton, To wand a, Waverley, and in
connection with the ERIE RAILWAY for Buffalo,
Niagara Falls, Rochester. Cleveland, Chicago, San
Francisco, ami all points in the Great West
At v40 A. ai. tn,xprvsai ior iieuneuom, r.asion,
Allentown, Mauch Chunk, WUkeabarre, Plttston,
Scranton, and points on, via Lehigh Valley Railroad,
Hew jersey central ana morns ana taisex isaiiroaas.
At 1-40 P.M. (Express) for Bethlehem, Easton.
Manch Chunk, Wllkesbarre, Plttston, Scranton, and
Iiaxleton.
. At R-oo P. M. for Bethlehem, Easton, Allentown,
and Mauch Chunk.
For Dovlestown at 8-45 A. M., 8-45 and 415 P. M.
For Fort Washington at 7-30 and 10-45 A. and
11-80 P.M.
For Abington at 118, B-20, and 8. P. M.
For Lansdale at 6 "20 P. M.
Fifth and Sixth Streets, Second and Third Streets,
snd Union City Passenger Railways run to the new
Depot
TRAINS ARRIVE IN PHILADELPHIA.
Prom Bethlehem at 9 A. M., 215, 440, and 8-25 P.M.
From Doylestown at 8-30 A. At., 4lo ana iwr. a
. From Lansdale at 780 A. M.
From Fort Waslilngton at 9-25, 10-35 A. and
8-10 P. M.
From Abmgton at s -bb, 8-4B, and 9-20 P. M.
; ON 6UNDAYS. ,
Philadelphia for Bethlehem at 930 A. M. . ,
Philadelphia for Doylestown at 8 P. M.
Doylestown for Philadelphia at T-00 A. M.
Bethlehem for Philadelphia at 4 P. M.
Tickets sold and Baggage checked throngh at
Mann's North Pennsylvania Baggage Express
Utnce, tiu, 106 B. FLTf Ii Street.
11 1 ELLIS CLARK, Agent
TtTEST JERSEY RAILROADS,
V T FALL AND WINTER AKKAKHEMKNT.
SlnVU VTlY-a.Tt mvvmi.1 r A V 4- U LMT1 If aA UlfU M I fl
VvJi AVUi liSJ 1 V JlJjlsJX X 4 OAI A ikAAIJUt & lows
Leave Philadelphia, foot of Market street (Upper
Ferry), at ,
B-1B L M.. MalL for Bridfeton. Salem. Mlllvllle.
Vlneland, Swedesuoro, aud all lntermedlata si-
uuiu,
t-16 p. M., Mall, for Caps May. Mlllrllle, Vlneland,
. and war station below GlaasHora
8-80 P. M., Passenger, for Brldgeton, Salem, Swede
boro, and all Intermediate stations.
B-80 P. M., Woodbury, tilassboro, and Clayton so
commodation. , -,
Freight train for cB ulationt leave Caraden dally,
at 19 o'clock, noon. Freight received In Philadel-
nhla at second covered wharf below Walnnt street
Freight delivery at No. m Boutli DELAWARE
Avenue. v
Commntatlon tickets at rednced rate between
Philadelphia and all stations.
BATRA TRAIN FOR CAPE MAY.
m ,BAmATeoifl.Y.)
1 Leave Philadelphia, sis A. la.
i Leave Cape Mav ino P. M. '
WM. 3. SEWCLL, Superintendent
1 tieptemher Is, m 9 M
ALEXANDER G. CATTBLL A GO
f JIOUUOR OOMMIH8ION JMKROUAJrr.
KO.M SlUKl'H VVHAitVfUt
AMO
Ha f WOHTH TVATFU BTsVBJrT,
PulUDXLPyiA. ' 8 8N
sVUXASVM O UkXVmiM. . UUIkM OAXMU
RAILROAD LINES.
READING RAILROAD. -4VREAT TRUNK LINE
. from Philadelphia to the interior of Pennsyl
vania, the Schuylkill, Susqnehanna. Cumberland,
and Wyomtuf valleys, the North, Northwest, and the
Canada.
WINTER ARRANGEMENT
Of Passenger Trains, Decerning 80, lflt.
Leaving the Company's depot at Thirteenth arid
Callowhlll streets, Philadelphia, at the following
hountj MOKMNQ ACCOMMODATION.
At T-80 A. M. for Reading and all Intermediate
station, snd Allentown, Hemming, leave Read
ing at -85 p. M. j arrtve In Pniladeiplua at 9 P.M.
MOItNlNii Dvvvm;:
.'?,8 M- tor Reading, Lebanon, Harrlsbnrg,
Pottavllle, Plnewvjve, Tamaona, Snnburv, William-
pott, mmira. kni-twMu
...... , jincnemer, Magsra Fans, nuiraiai
HageAtow? rJ,teu'B'Vork Carlisle, Cnambersburg,
The 7 -so A. M. train connects at READING with
East Pennsylvania Railroad trains for Allentown,
etc., and the 8-18 A. M. train connect with the
k?1!"0,", V.Rilpt tr"ln f0' Han-taburg, eta; and
PORT CLINTON with Catawhwa Railroad trains for
,illnXXtr? Jf lwn, Elmlra, etc; at UAIt.
RIbBURO with Northern Central, Cumberland Val
ley, snd Schuylkill and Susquehanna trains for Nor
thiiniberiand ' WUllamsport, York, Chiuubersborg,
Pinegrove, eta
mm-M AFTERNOON EYPRRS8.
nT. "x'Piphia nt 8 80 P. M. for Reading,
Pottevllle, Iiarrfsburg, etc, connecting with Read
"d 'JI1'" KMlrosd trains for Colnmhla, etc
T..Iyl.78TOWN ACCOMMODATION.
,T-,H0,.JHtown ' ,"48 M-t "topping at inter,
mediate stations; arrives in Philadelphia at 9-10 A.
M. Returning, leaves Philadelphia at 4-00 P. M. i
arrives In Potwtown at 6-16 p. M.
READING AND l"OTT8VILLE ACCOMMODATION.
Leaves PottsvUie at B-40 A. M. and Reading at 7-30
delKT'"?" lWa7,taUM; rmUU'ml
Returnlng, leaves PhllMetphia at 4-40 P.M.; ar
rives in Reading at 7'40 p. M., aud at Potwvuls at 8D0
'Trains for Philadelphia leave Harrlimnrg at 810 A.
l,,.i,drol,7ule A. M., arriving In Philadelphia
at I P. M. Afternoon trains leave Harrisburg at 9-08
jiarrumurg Accommodation leaves Rending at
, ttud Uarrtourg at 4-10 P. M. Connecting
at Reatlliuj with Afternoon Accommodation south
t "85 JP. M., arriving in Philadelphia at 9-8B P. M.
niaxoi n. wnn a passenger car attacheo, leaves
Philadelphia at Huo, noon, forPotttvllle and all way
stations; leaves Pottsvllle at B40 A. M-. conncMttng
at Keaoing witn accommodation train for Phlladel.
pbla and all way stations.
au tne above train ran dally, Sundays excepted.
Sundav trains leave lnttiiviil at n a. m mi
Philadelphia at 816 P. M. Leave Philadelphia for
Reading at 8 A. M, ; returning from Reading at 4-2C
P. M.
UueaTKR VALLEY RAILROAD.
Passengers for Dowuinctown and lnt4rmpf1latA
points take the 7-30 A. M., 12-80 and 4-00 P. M. trains
from Philadelphia. Returnl!)? from ikiwnimrtnwn
at e-so A. M.. 12-46 and bio p. m. "
PKRKIOMEN RAILROAD.
Passengers forschwenksvule take 7-bo A. M la-sa
and 4-00 P.M. trains from PhlladelplUa, returning from
SchwenksvUle at 8-06 A.M. and 12-40 M. tstaire
lines for the Various nolnta In Perklnmnn Vlle non.
uect with trains at Collegovule and Schwenksvuie.
WL1U11LUUKOA1.K KAI .KOA L
Passengers for M t Pleasant and intermediate tvitnta
take the 7-B0 A. M. and 4U0 P. M. trains from Phlladel.
ph!a returning from Mt Pleasant at 7 -no and 11-00
NEW YORK EXPRES8 FOR PITTSBURO AND
T1U WJitJT.
Leaves New York at 9 A. M. and bdo P ' M..
passing Reading at 1-4B and 1M-06 P. M..
and connecting at Harrisburg with Pennsylva-
uia u nuiuiem vuuvrai iiauroaa itxiiress trains
ior iiitHourg, Chicago, WUllamsport, Elmlra, Balti
more, etc
Returning icxprens train leaves Harrwhnrg on ar-
rira vi iviiusivaiim nxpress irom fittHiinrg at
B-U6 A. jn., ana 12-vo noon, passing Reading at 7-20
M., and 2-00 P. M.. arrlvltur at New York
. , ...... 1 1 ( . i.un . Jl rv
'. M. Sleeping cars accompany
between Jersey City and Pitta-
k'tto uouu, auu o no r, m
tnese trains tnrongn
burir withcut ohanire,
A Mall train for New York leaves Harrisburflr at
8-10 A. M. and 2-oe P. M. Mail train Ior Uarrisbarg
leaves isow xorii ai. ix ku
BCUUXLhULL VAIiEY RAILROAD.
Trains leave Pottsvllle at 6-SO and li-fto A. M.. and
6-60 P. M., rt-uirnlng from Tamaqua at 8-85 A. M..
nun imi aiiu xur. m. -
SCHUYLKILL AND SUSQUEHANNA RAIT,ROAD.
Trains leave Aunurn at S ua A. m. auot-20 i m.
for Plnegrove and Harrisburg. and at 12-10 noon for
Pinegrove, Trcmont, and Bitiokslde. returning from
Barrishurg at 7-80 A. M. and s-40 P. .M..
from Brookside at 4 00 P. M., and from Treuiont at
T IB A. M. and 6-06 P. M.
TIl.KKTH.
Thronirh first Class tiekels and emffmuit tlekatjitn
all the principal points in the North aud West and
Canada.
Excursion Tickets from Philadelphia to Reading
Buu luicrioOTiiaiB nuttioua, gooa ior one aay only,
and sold by Mornlmr Accommodation Market Train.
Reading and Potts town Accommodation Trains, at
Excursion Tickets to Philadelphia, good for one
day only, are sold at Reading and Intermediate sta
tions by Reading and Potutown Accommodation
Trains, at reduced rates.
rue roiiowing ticaets are ootoinooia only at the
ofllce of S. Bradford, Treasurer, No. 227 S. Fourth
street, Philadelphia, or of G A. NiooUs, General
Superintendent, Reading.
COMMCTATION TICKJCTS. At 25 percent dis
count, between any points desired, for families
and firms.
MILEAGE TICKETS. Good for 2000 miles.' be
tween all points, at o2-t each, for families and
firms.
SEASON TICKETS. For three, six, nine, or
twelve months, Ior holders only, to all points, at re
duced rates.
CLERGYMEN residing on the line of the road
will be furnished with cards entitling themselves
and wives to tickets at half fare.
EXCURSION TICKETS from Philadelphia to
principal stations, good for (Saturday, Sunday, and
Monday, at reduced fares, to be had only at the
Ticket Office, at Thirteentn ana callowhlll street.
FREIGHT. JiooaB or au descriptions forwarded
to all tho above point from the Comnanr's new
freight depot, Broad and Willow streets.
MAILS close at the Philadelphia Post Office for all
places on the road and Its branches at 5 A. M., and
for the principal stations only at 21B P. M.
JTRKlGUT TRAINS leave Philadelphia dally at
4-Sb A. M., 12-UO noon, B and 715 P. M., for Reading,
Lebanon, Harrisburg, Pottsvllle, Port Clinton, and
point beyond.
BAGGAGE. Dungan's Express will collect bag
gage for all trains leaving Philadelphia Depot
Orders can be left at No. 226 south FOURTH Street,
or at the Depot, THIRTEENTH and CAJLLOWHILL
Btreew.
WEST CHESTER AND PHILADELPHIA
RAILROAD. ,
Leave Philadelphia from New Depot, THIRTY
FIRST andCHKSNLT Street. VUi A. M., 11-00 A. M.,
8-80 P. M.i 4-15 P. M., 4-40 P. M., 1jB and 11-30 P. M.
Leave West Chester from Depot, on East Market
street, at 1iS A. M.( 8-00 A. M., T-4B A. UL. 10 40 A.
M., 18 P. M., 40 P. M.. end 6-M5 P. M.
1 Train leaving West Chester at 8-00 A. M. will stop
at B. 0. Junction, LennI, Glen Riddle, and Media;
leaving Philadelphia at 4-40 P. M. will stop at Me
dia, Glen Kiddle, LennI, and B. C Junction. Pas
senger to or from stations between West Chester
and If, C Junction going Rast will take train leaving
West Chester at 1-48 A. M., and change cars at
B. C. Junction, and going West, passengers for sta
tions above li. C Junction will take train leaving
Philadelphia at 4-40 P. U., and will change cars at
B. O. Junction.
i The Depot in Philadelphia la reached directly by
the Chesnut and Walnnt streets cars. Those of the
Market street line run within one square. Ttas
oars of bo in lines connect with, each train upon its
arrival.
7 on srwDAm
LeaYS Philadelphia for West Chester at 8-30 A. M.
and 9-00 P. M.
Leave West CUester for Philadelphia at TUB A. K.
and 4-00 P. M.
WILLIAM a WHEKLKR,
j 4 lot ' General Superintendent.
PHILADELPHIA ANB KRIS RAILROAD,
, WINTER T1MJB TABLE,
rm and after MONDAY. Kor. 10. 1880. the Trains
on the Philadelphia and Erie Railroad will run as
follows front Pennsylvania Railroad Depot, West
Philadelphia: wfutwabd.
MAIL TRAIN leaves Philadelphia.,.. .... t-88 P. V.
- , ' " WUllamsport To A. M.
1 arrive at Krle 8tP. M,
XR1K RXPRBsa leaves Philadelphia 110 A. M.
WUllamsport.... 'OOP. M.
arrtves at Krle 10-O0A.M.
1LMIRA MAIL leaves Philadelphia...... IMA. M.
WlHIamsport 8-00 P. M.
1 " arrives at Look. Haven... I HO F. L
' KASTWAJtfl, ,,. '.....,
MAIL TRAIN leaves Krle. f.
M " WUllamsport. 8H8 P. M.
arrive at Fhliadelpttln. H
ERIE aXPKESS leaves Krle 4-00 P. M.
WUllamsport 8-80 A. M.
H ' ' arrives at Philadelphia. .18-40 P. M.
ELM IRA MAIL leaves Look Haven 6iM A. M.
. ' WUllamsport 9-4B A. M.
" arrive at PhUadelptua. . . 60 P. M.
BUFFALO KIP, leaves WUUamsporfc. .. .18-88 A. M.
- DarristHirg 8-90 A. M.
arrive at Philadelphia.. 8-99 A. M.
Kxrtress Eastoonnects at Oorry, Mall Kant at Orry
and Irvineton, Kxpress West at Irvine ton, witi
trains of OU Creek ano Aiiegueny tuver ttanroad.
ALFRfaU) L. TYLKU tera buporluiaadAittt.
SHIFP1NQ,
,k LOUILLARD STEAMSHIP
"V O x it.,
RUirif TWO EFOOURliT SiVKRT TtTIf8D4T.TlIURa
DAY, AND SATURDAY, AT NOOIf. woal.1
call UnUoa of hi(ipn tothi '
, BPEOIAL KOTIOK.
jJreat Ictrdnrtlon of Raiesj.
Oa OMBinc of Spriag Nsvla-atlov th nuamer of Uiii
line will iaa DAILY, 8 Mat par 100 lb.,-! noU
foot v H sent par Kalloa, sbip's option.
1 . ' - , JOHN t. OHT,
No. 19 HORTH WHARVK3.
R.B.Kxtrantt en nutl packaxM Iron, auUla, ote.
u. 1 n
tr f t, t Timnllnnt 1 vu
rf, :QUFKNSTOWN.-Iomo Una of MaU
to sail a fol--
Kiu. vi ifslitu, TiiMdu, Feb. 8, at 11 A. M.
t'Hjr of Wsnhiivrton, Hotnrdsr, Keh. 12, 1 P. M.
CHtr of Bsftlmors, 8turdny, Feb. 1H, i I A.M.
Cilir of Nw Vork. vis Ualilsi, Toeadsr, Fob. 22. 19 A
. M.
viiioi rirn, enuiMsr, oo. SH,t 1 I". St.
ana mod miwiairv ttetardar and (altornat 1-aoMay,
from Pior 4S, North K tror.
UA I KH OF r AnSAniC
T TTTK MATT. HTKAAUCa SAII.1XO Trr.nt STTT7nT.
l-arifilfi In (told. P...1.1. in Mnir..n
FfRbt CABIN ;.t1fl0 I STF.KKAI.K SH
To l.ondoo li I To Lnndoo 40
To Paris lit To PsrU 48
I-ASSAHB BT TITB XDCSUAX SXaAXKa. VIA HAMrtX.
THBT CAPIH. imniur
rarshlo ia Uold. Pyll ia Cwronor,
r.lvsrpooL fo
Ttsllfs au
bt. John's, If, F
Liverpool $m
Hslitsi U
St. John's, N. F
t-r MranoB Htaamor. . . .)
I'asitenKnrs also forwaraod to llmTra. Mmiahim. Umm.
or uranun HtamnrM..
to., at rsdnced rates.
Tickets oao be honrht bsro it modarat rate br poraoa
wishlnjr to mud for thsir frienda.
Jrorfartuorpartionlarvanplr attha Ooinmnri Oflloaa.
O'lKlNN KlTl, A FAULK, AoU,
4 1 No. 402 CUKHMUT SUaet, PhiUaalphia.
ONLY DIRECT LINE to FRANCE
jT-T?? OKWFRAL TRANS ATI.AWTTO
J.TJ'HlMrAril MAllj HTKAMNIIIPN
IH. l'WKfcN KKW YORK AND UAVRR n I.I.I Aifi it
BKKST.
The aplendid new vasaala nn thla favnrlto mnf. rr tMm
Contlnont will aaU from Pior Mo. 40, North rivar, ararj
DMWUII.
PRIOR OF PARftAriR
In sold (lnclndlno winfi),
JO RRR3T OR HAVRK,
First Oabln 41401 Second Cabin SSA
TO rAKlB,
(Inolndlnf railway ticketo, furnlsbsd oa board.)
First Oaliin $14T I Second Cabin $SI
1 nrae ateamers ao not oamr stoorac; paaaonxer.
Alodical attondance froe of oharpe.
Amnriran trarnllnm ffolna to or raturnlnv from tha Ann.
tlnontof Kuropff, bf taain' tho atoaranraof thfa Una avoid
anneoeaurr riaka from transit by K n fish railways and
croMina the channel, besides savinir timn, trouble, and ox
enM. OF OHHK M AOK KN 7.1K. Aaent,
Oi M DnAi a if v a. v .new xora.
For passaa-o ia Philadolphia, apply at Adams Rrprass
Cnmnanj, to H. L. LKAF,
127J No, 330 CHRSNUT Stroot
NORTH GKRAfAN LLOYD.
' STIC AM BKTWKKN KVT YORK AND
" URKMF.N. VIA HOUTHAMPTUnT.
ISinf THK HllRRW Si KAMKllfl OF TUB NORTH
CfcUMAM l.ui.vo run rcRUlarly between New York, Bro
men, and Southampton, carrying the United States, lfaig.
Huh, and Continental mails.
FROM BRFMKN ...RVRRY SATtTRDAY
UtOM hOIITRAM PTON KVKRY TUKSDAY
FROM HEW YORK KVERY SATURDAY
JWti IttMugtirum Knr link to Jlrrnun, London, Havre,
t anI NtHtthamptrm:--
Fint Cabin, $121); Second Cabin, $72; rltone, $30, Gold.
First Cabin, $liW: Kecond Cahih, $72: Steeraire, tm.fTolil.
Tlceie rwels take Kmipht to I Hindoo anil UulL tor
whiuh thniuch bills of hiding are olr.nod.
An expuriiuiotHl aiirKO'iu ia attaohed to each veisel.
No Rills of )juiinf butthoaoof the Company will he
sinned. Bills of l.tilinj: will piMtivelynot be dellTered
au iriiprs uiu-i pars iDrouen me 1'ont nmco.
Unlove goods are vies red at tue Uiistoia House.
Specie taken to Hnv-re. HouthamnLon. and Rramnn at
the lowest latea. lor freight or u8wnrre apply to
IlTt . . . No. 68 15 ROAD Street, N, V.
)Ht'fcAX1','FOT,K 8TKAMSHIP LIN" PI.
IjTi I tlKlfU'-ill JfKr.lt,! IT AIR CLNil TO
nl'HKWIUI'MASB WKKT, 1
Kvvjtrnv UH iAV.
At noon, from FIRST WHARF above MARKET
Street.
THROUGH RATES to all point la North and South
Carotin via seaboard Air l.ln R.iim.H .,nn.nt.n. .
PpHainouth, and to Imohharir, Va., Tunneasoe. and tho
Waat. 1 via Virginia and Xenneaaoe Air Lin and Hiohmond
and Uanvillo Mailroad.
Fretht H ANULKU BOTOROK. and Ukea at LOWKR
lUlM lUan A 11 I U1UIKUDK
Tbo regularity, aafety.and eheanneiw of thla mute earn.
mend it to tie public a the moat desirable medium ior
tarrying every deooriptinn of freight.
No charge lor oomminaion, drayage, or any zpeoa of
tranhier.
, HtamHhlpt Insured at the lowest rate.
Freucht roceired daily.
WTI.TJAM P. OLYDR A OO ,
Ho. 12 8. WHARVF.8 and Pier 1 N. WHARVRS.
, W. P. PURTKR, Agent at Hiohmond and Oiti Point.
TP. OROWKLL A CO.. AgenU at Norfolk. , 1
L lOlKf" THK SOUTH, HUin'HWRST.
?K!rr-ri6i; ano i luriua pobis.
The Steamship
PROMKTHKUS,
Captain GRAY,
will leave Pier 17, bnlnw Spruce atreot.
un THtuinutt, neiiniaiv IV, atl 1-. M.
OomfoHable acooiniuodationa for PaaHeuirere.
Thnxurn Paaaac'J'ii-keK and Billa of Jwiding fumed In
conncotion with the South Carolina Railroad to all pointa
South and nontnwmt, ana witu Kioameri. to r 101 ida porta.
lnmnni e iy mis i.ine uimi ii A.i.r l-r.u umi,
tioooa torwaraoa tree or comnnwtinn.
1U1I of lading furnished and aignod at the office.
For freight or paaaage, apply to mvvva 4 0o
J f)f IJook Street Wharf.
n r ir r-iT tt raTfiv Trv
tlf. vt m . irt . .) . . ...r . . vn .
Tr ur. i." wkkki.v link.
Bk3!5?'iaTSl, The following ateamer will loftr
CknilebUin fur Florida, via Bavanuah, three limeH a weok,
after arrival of the New York ateaiuahipa miJ tho North.
...I.m Wall mm ii train I
PILOT BOY (Inland Route), every BUXDAY MORN
DIOTATUK, overy TTTRSDAY KVFXINO at 8 o'clock.
CITY POINT, every KID AY KVKNINU at 8 o'olock.
Throngh ticAeta to be had ot all inaritrntoa ana Crnvan.
nab. bieauutup Jina Acenoie in new lora
. w. O. AlKfi.iV A CO.,
v . AceutB at. CharUi-ston.
i . L. J. CUllV.M A R'f IN A CM).,
1 4 : ' Aguuts at Savaniwh.'
FOR ST. THOMAS AND BUA
mm rir. iiiciii?rK'iiA'i i.'.i a v n uit a rrr
W':y71i4t A-0- i-awou Ata vm nils. -
tovJj& KeuUr Mul ttlosuuunt mu1.ii on (a
- r U a. 1 U'Ila Uklf IU. a 14 U A m V
JIKltHlMAtlK, CnpUln Wler. 1
f (SOUTH AMICHrOA, t'upUin F- 7j. Tlnklepangn.
NOR-lH A M V ItHlA. I)anlnin li. B. 81, mum.
1 hu aplendid HteamerH uil on auhelule time, and call
at St. '.'vmia, l'aiii, Pernambuco, babia, and iUo de
janvtro, gmng ana ri't'irnnm,
lor euiajietuents of fruiirlit or pawrnge npply to
WM. R. CARKIMI
Arent.
14
No. I BOWUSU CUKKN.
New York.
r. FOR NEW ORLEANS DIRECT.
- .:i-.r,ir'-j 1'llK I RHMWK .1. ijlnn.
i'aL't?" fiteam-hlpa of tliiaLine will leave. Pier
. v - - -u.. u K. .... I. ll.vui a t M n' i.lnl'.k r. aa. OB
bATljltlVA Yh.
7 (IKOIM)K WASHINGTON, Oager.
H.f.nPllMA k'amlit..
Freiwlic Laken for Ht. loui. Mobile, and tSalvestoa at
through rat.. Cabin paage. IM.
14
No. Ho Wl'.bT Street.
U. 8. MAIL TO HAVANA
f; jTS. ITt.iNTin MAIf. KTh'AMKVITP fll...
ItAT aailing regularly KVKRY THURSDAY
' -3 at 8 o'vlook P. MM pieuiMily. truin I'iaf
Y MGRO OABTLK. O.ptai. R. Adam.
' , COLUMBIA, Oaptatu K. Vaa Mice,
' ' KAGLK, UapUin M. R. Oreeue.
For freight or P"S? nJ,11 " r
14
No.
i. 6 BOWUjNU UKKh.N,
ew York.
NEW , EXPRESS LINE TO
A leiandria. Gaorvatawn. and WaahlngtOB. D.
0.. via Cheaaoeaka and Dalawara (anal. wiU.
eonueotion at Alexandii from the nwt direct rout for
Ijnciiimrz, BriaLoi, JkAOAvUla, aauviua, JMaiwn, ana w
Bkmthweau
Hteamer leave regn'arly erery Saturday at Booa front
(be nrat wnari a Dove Market etrae
Fr.lMr-.vlUilVllxUM p
K.. 11 N'orla and heuth wharvaa.
HYIHt A TYLF.R, Agenu, at (Wtgwi..
RLHR1HGK A CO., AgonU at Alexaattn. 1 1
m-mf NOTICE. FOR NEW YORK, VIA
fjj Pelewar end Raritan CaoM. SWIUTSDRSJ
YTairiiii .un uwtuirullIlM 1.INR
The buainoa of tke "oea will be reanmed ea and aft
the Hth of March. For freight, wtuuh will be taea
aoooiuBuxiauuc tarwa, appv v.
w. m.b a inn A.OO..
No. ia bonlh Wharvaa.
185
.rkwnTJ SAIL DUCK AND CANVAS
J at all number and brand. Tent, awning, Trunk,
.Yw...in..c Buck. AUo. PaiierManufaotaiW
lh-i.. VelU. from thirty to aereatyal lucnaa, witn
PauUn. lrai.allTwia,stj. w yvFRMAN.
Kfl OHUkt'U Btraat (Oity btort.
ADOTION
MTTTOMAR PONS, NOS. 139 AND Lit
S. FOURTH 6TKS.KT. "l
" ' fisls Vo. NTFliwiM,!!!
MMfJttOU UOUSKIMMA MllNnuitK, OAWFfS,
. On MtiTio7 MnVmi. ' .
I Xt. II. at 10 n'riiH'lt. It Mo. SU.I N. KImmOi m, . .
I ovq fl,,n, ths erufro hoitHliold furnMnrs, comprnM
'Kimii rnfmnpr riimiltira, rTlr rnsmr suil, Hmuwilla
nit tl1er rare. china snd (liwDRra, al. t .
, Mar ue euminod M Uio uiorniug of sale a S , ,
'Clonk. . . ....... ,. stilt ...
CALK OF RFAT, FSTSTK AND 8TO0RS, - "
J TSwadair, 1 y
Flb. IOl. ak Ul. Ii.iu.m Il .Ulnnlr -nn.. iat
inrholo -. ' 7 "
t MlWT AMD WnrFLlN, 8. W. Sonar Half la torso! .
A.Mi! A'it Streot. Wo. 4K8 -Modora Brlok DwUln-. '
J.E, AS?tW,t),' "" "land 118-nHok Hrttol. '
vl KI:A,l.AKK OllUWl'Y (Pa.), tlonootd Townohin.-
l;,,V!".t Dd Mo"nani l7Sara.
front Vl" OlURRr, Ii. W. oornar-Valiuato trm-
.ohKi)1,VAtKrih)'Ho-,90-K1,nt R-sldonon, '
with Hlnofa and Csrh-hnn. ,
. -:rI'rtio MRlSTIAIf, W. oraor-Roat.
denrs, with 8tblo. .
uKuau ntroot, north of Mastw atratTaiubU
NINFTRKNTR ftTKKRT ' tnHt m m ui '
brtrk RmKIwco ' 7.
K1UHTH Ap.TFFFKK80N STRKKTS. N. VT. oar.
r-'d'oro and Dwelling-.
LOCUST aTRKKT, No. SOS aad 807-Twa tbnesatofw ,
brick I)wnlllni.
MOUNT VKKHOIf BTRKXT, No. 1938-Modara briotk
RiMi'dsnc.
PINM KTRKKT. Mo. SOOS-Modorn hrlk ni.
dsncs. ,
TWFNTYBKCOKD AND MOlTtTP Ymnwnni
B I RKKT8, 8. K. oornea Modora throo atorr brisk Rani- .
iiatic. ...
HRAWPYWlNrc STKltKT, Ifo. -JOT-Brlok Dwellta-. 1
Ishar Philadelphia Lihrsrr Company. '
aliar Ponnsjltania Aoadnir of KiaaArtt. . ,
llkaharea Hohujlkill Navff atinn proforrod, 1 .
(.1 siiaifa Hock Monotain Coal Companr.
4t sharr Central TranaportatinaConipanf. . . ..
SH.tibarMCnniinoawaalth Nntional Hik.
? HSH) ConnRotina R. W. Co., S per oont. '
UU abaros Northern Ubettio Oaa Company.
MARTIN BROTHERS, AUCTIONEERS
(lately Ralemnen for M. Thoma A Bona.)
No. W OilJtbNUT btr t. rear entrance tram Htaaa.
A CHOIOK COLI FOTION OF MODKRST OIL PAINT.
1WCS AT AUCTION.
On Tbnraday and Friday Morningaand Rvenlng.
Feb. 10 and 11. at 11 and f.U. o'clock each da. will hm
anld, at the auction rootna. No. BN Cheanut atreet, wltki
ont remrve or limitation, large and clioloe oollectkm of .
, 'ii rBin.iiiK. aianyoi lav pigmn-i uy aninit qi h.
knowledged merit, among whom may be named R. O.
Coatea, J. M. CWerhou, Paul Kittar. Get-rge O. Har-.
wick, Profeaaor Jaoolw, boroera, and other o( iual oa- '
lobrity. 1 he auhjecta are variea and deftirahl, inotndlrnjr
landacapea, marine viewa, fruit, cattle, game, view frana
nature, etc. The puhlio ia -epaotfulty tnrtted to ea-
minetlie collection, which wiU be on exhibitina three
daya urevtoua to aala. when deacriptiT aatalogua will be
ready. - .. , . 8tt
BUNTING, DURBOROW A CO., AUCTIOH
FKR8, No. SHI and M M ARK FT Htreet, earn a f
Bank atraat. Bocoeaaora to John B. Myar A Oo. . .
BALK OF 900U CARRS BOOTS. SHOKS,
TRAVRL.
l.lXi IIAtth, KTU.,
On Tneaday Morning,
Fab. 15. at 10 o'clock, oa four month' credit.
19U
THOMAS BIRCH A 80N. AUOTIONEERJ
ANO COMMISSION MF.R0UANT8. No.1" Ul -
OHFKNtrr Htraat. rear ntraooo No. UCf Ranaom ata-aa ; .
r a. McClelland, auctioneer,
HO. 12111 CHESNUT 8TRXKT. .'; 1 i
PenoDal attention given to isle of Hooaahold Fnnat.
ture at dweliinga.
Pubi c mica of Furniture at the Auction Rooma, No). '
1210 C HFhNUT Htreeet. every Monday and 1 bond nr.
I'or particniar oe i-ymif iagrr. til
N. Ii. A aoperior claaa of Fnrnitnra at private Mia.
c.
D. McCLEES A CO.,
No. 606 A'ARRST (Street.
AUCTIONEERS
I.AI1CR AND ATTRAOTIVK 8 ALU OF BOOTS.
bHOK.S, BKOOANK, KTU.
On Monday Morning.
Fob. 14. at 10 o'clock, inoludiuv a large line of Ladiea.
Mit-ni-a'. aud Cliildrrn'a oity-maue gooda, to which we ia-
rite the attention of th Trade. . 8 Im
BY iBARRITT A CO., AUCTIONEERS
CASH AUCTION HOUBR. (UMI
No. 210 MARKKT btreet, oorner of Bank etreet,
Caah advanoed on eonaigiunenta without extra chanN. '
OCOTT'S
ART GALLERY AND AUCTIOM
COMMIBSIOH SALKBROOMS.
H. HOOIT. Jr.. Auctioneer.
No.1117CHK.hNUT Btreet, (Cirard KowX f
LIPPINCOTT. BON A CO., AUCTIONEESS,
No. S4U MARKKT 8 treat.
OROOERIE8 AND PROVISIONS.
J)AV IS' C'i:LEJtRA'TI,.l llACTlS,
JUnTRKC'KlVKO.. '
ALBEET C. KOBERT8, ,
Dealer In Pine Grooerlea,
Corner RLRVENTH and YINK Btroota.
11 71
I C HAE L M E AO II E K & OO.,
Ko. 123 South SIXTEENTH SUect, i
WlioleBale and Retail Dealers In
PROVISIONS, OY8TF.RH AND TKRKAFIN.1.
Btaeler' F.atra Canned CORN.
" ' . " PKAil. .. i
" " PF.AOHK&,
Maryland Canned TOMATOKa.
Extra Canned ABPABAOUo. ' SM .
, .
ENGINES, MACHINERY, ETC
- .... xiuan J. VI k v. J', alio
nwww sipviu u-wnrw i xrra
E-ii'Bi'BOU.KR WORKS. NF.AFIK A LRYY
,IJTPRACTIOAL AND THRORKTIOAli '
. . . i . . i . i . j 1 1 - ii ...nil i.i j i.'iiiuiii; ii j i .
for many year been iu r.cvaeful operation, and beenaa
einaively enKagKd in liuildiu and reiiairing Marin aad
River Fnuiucx. high aud low preaaura. Iron Boiler, "Water
Tank, I i (.puller, etc. etc, rmpeotrully offer their er- '
vice to the public aa being fully prepared to eoutraot for
engine of all aixna, Marine, River, and Stationary ; hanaf
eet of pattern of different at ecu, are prepared to exeonta
order Willi quick faapaten. Kvery deeariution of paUana. .
making made at the ahoi-teat notice. High and Low proa,
aure l ino Tubular and Cylinder Boiler of th beet Pern. '
aylvania Charcoal Iron. Forging of allaixeaand kinda.
Iron and Bras Caatiog of all doaoription. Roll Turnioa;
Herew Cutting, aud ail other work oouaaotad With (lut
kbove buainoa. ' . , .
Drawinga and apooiflcationa for all work don at to
btnkhHhiuent free of charge, and work guaranteed.
The wihMiribere bare ample wharf dock -room for repaJm
of buala, where they can lie in perfect atety, and are pm
vfdnd with all ear, blooka, fail, ate. eto for rauitui liaav
or light wanu. rmtAFlis,
JOHN P. I.P.VY,
81( BFAOH and PALMKR Hereof.
COUTOWARK EOUNDRY, FIFTH AND
O W AbliLNtiTON Streets,
rn QjA dbi.hhi a. ,.
! MERRICK A SONS, , "
KNrNKiat! AND MACIUNISTS,
manufaeinre High and Low Pressure Steam Xnglsef
fur Laud, River, and Marine Service. .,
Boiiem, Ciasotuetx-rs, Tanks, Iron Boats, ato,
CastlnKS of all kinds, either Iron or Brass. , .
Iron Frame Roofs for Uas Works, Workshops, ana
Railroad Stations, etc.
Retorts oud Oaa Machinery of th latest and most
Improved constrnctlon.
Kvery description of Plantation Machinery, Jsq,
Sugar, Saw,' and Grist MUls, Vacuum Pans, Ofl
Steam Trains, Defecators, Filter, Pumninf Xsv
cines, etc ' .
Sole Agents for N. BIHenxl lgax Boning ApfaV
nttus, Keurayth'B Patent Steam Hammer, antTAapiaw
wall A Wooliifcj's Patent CenirUogal Socw I
InK Machine. , . . i , s sw
QIRARD TUBE VOItKO,
JOHNE MUKPHY A BBOS.
Maa-ufKttirer af VYirht Jrms kXtsW ;
riULASSXPUIA. FA.
WORKS,
tWaWTT-THIJU u4 JF1LBKH Bximcs,
OFFIOat. Ul
n 4'A Wart FIFTH Ktrt.
OENT.'S FURNISHING GOODS.
pATKHT SHOULDEB-SSAtl
BHIRT MANUFACTORY, '
j AND GENTLSMBN'S FURNISHING STORK ' '
PKRWRCTLY FITTING SHIRTS AND DRAWER.
mado from measurement at veryshort notion. '
All other article of tixTLKALKM'S DROT
GOODS la roUvarloty. xrnrrrrrmmm .
WTNnTTWSTIf H A CO.,
lit
, No. 70S iMMOHOT J
PAPER. HANGINGS.
L
OOK I LOOK ! I LOOK J ! I-WALL PAFJCRS
I and Linn Window ldaJMifottu4. .Waj
ehM ia th eitj.at J04itf w uepot. no, raw
bPKtNU UAKUKN btreet. betw o.iw--wiin. snm --.
SJf rxlDFBALhlraat.Uaadim.law Jan.
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