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HO VA L DA IillJS. A writer iu tlie Charleston Ncrx, cxcitaJ. over tie (If.iucstic affairs of European mo- ! taicus, indulges in this essay: J "l'rouj tie moment when iioiliug liells i throughout tLe kingdom give j f ul tLliug I cf tLe l)8i'' Lmjitinls of kh-fciy li"ly and j queenly Jour, tLe thoughts of every loyal n.oject Jot:iy turn to ttie cxru'cio.i royal I'Uliy. 1 he v. cal or woo of the suncr'o parents is a u. fitter of small consequence. 'I'lio object t-f the glitmiug pageant is a royal 1 ily, ami v Lcn ttat limp specimen of royal humanity ?oes come to town, guns are lircd, hourly liiHt-lins re vial the state of the iuiaijlinn poll, til l-yal lieges become loyally oblivious of all ihe f ins of life. Kiag Darby an.l ueeu Joan luuy now go ruaroiii:!, ho:ne just is fast as thtj please. The ki;-;, d.si is Hdfo, though tLe Ju.ir be more iou-i-:: ,:e 1 nt the liioiueiit ii: gi.ltleu tops and i im rai l irru-Llus than tiealit.M.f peace, dt'clarati..i:s of war or the f-tate of the national fxeho.;p. r. '"lively si;utal of tho royal i.iiy echoes in the mateii al heart of every p-itiiui.it; subject. rleethiL- i- nu t tv public! ih-mvh-. A recovery lioui n Loc-pii.g corigh is hi'r.u.b; ! by rolling salutes of i si'feious cannon. 1 ho measles! Income tLe duuliy foo of in-.liij-is until tho pf lilor.s o ins is past, audits f u" s.nallpoA, a pest upon tie thought. And the royal biby grows in wisdom ana loveliness in tho public mind. 'lt.e lojal press chant the p.-atses of its precocious inlclliyeiice and robust health. 'Iheie are two royal babies the o:ie, the baby ofthe ltul public, bright, capable, and fetroug: the other, the true LiJ-y oi ttio royal household. Hubby, weak, and si.upid. Hat it answers every purpose The people believe that the baby in all that they wi-di it to be. 'What mother sees faults in her toddling first born? And tho mother of the first royal baby is millions of loyal people. "A man is envied who is born wilh a silver ppoon in his mouth, but what can express the glory of the baby all whose spj ins are gold, whose candy is rolled in gilde 1 papsr, whose dolls are gaibed in satins lino, wiiose every toy is a jewel of price, whose tear.? are dried with gold brocade, whose infantine nconts reach the outer world through tho mouths of silver trumpt Is ? This is, in very truth, the glory and the splendor of royal ba'oydou as the public mind believes. There may bo within the palace walls a hollo .v-eyed, wea zened child, hugging a dilapidated wooden monstrosity to its heaving brensr. and loving mud-pies better than jmle d- j'uie fivis or choicest Ion-Lous of l'aris; but this, whatever the truth, is not the royal baby whom tho people think they know and actually do love. "Time rolls on with royal babies as with the child of chimney-sweep or dustman, and by the time that the baby is out of its longs and into its shorts the minister of its royal father and mother are on the ti vice for a royal marriage. Perched on the top of the social tree, does the baby marry whom it pleases? Not a bit of it. Tho peasant may marry for love and fancy, but tho r jyal baby must wed for reasons of slate, to prop a fall ing throne, to confirm a waiting friend, or Boften a bitter foe. This is a part of the price that must be paid for the golden spoons of royal babydom. "The universe is hunted over, and very soon a list is prepared of eligible candidates for the hand of tho royal prodigy. Again is tLe public on the alert, eager for another wedding and more royal babies. A husband or a wife is bargained fcr just as a string of fish is bought in the market. And then the bells ring, and more bulletins are published, and the w hole programme goes over again. "But where is the use of it ? And where will it end ? His Majesty Infelix XXIII may have ten royal babies who are cheerfully pro vided for by the loyal tax-payers; but when these ten ale multiplied by ten, and these Again by ten, who is to provide the pensions and palaces, tho purple and iiue linen, the jewels and the golden sceptres ? A people is not like tho magic horse, whose back grew longer as the burdens were heaped upon it. There must he a limit to its endurance; and who can tell whether the breaking of the popular back will be heralded by a silent pro test or a war of revolution ? Tho royal baby must beware in time. Unless some monar chical JIalthus Reize the reins and curb the multiplication and increase, the wealth of a whole nation will be insuliicient to support its parasitic babies. A squall is brewing, but, .1 the same, the Emperor of llussia and the King of Prussia meet at Ems to arrange n marriage for two more royal babies." George Hand. Imagine a woman of low stature, fat, w ithout obesity, broad-shouldered, and whose Lead, out of proportion in size, has the placid expression of people who are always dreaming, and who possess the faculty of abstracting their thoughts from external objects. Her widely opened eyes are black, a coarse, deep, opaque black, without a lumi nous point. The pupils are so tixed they wake the owner impenetrable. The mouth is vulgar, and reveals nothing, neither pas sions nor appetites. The complexion is the color of old ivory, and a physician would diagnose a liver disease t.t sight of a hue which resembles that caused by extravasated bile. As for her hands, their microscopic dimensions remind me of the reply made by a princess who was compli mented on her small feet. "When they get to be that size they are not advantages, they are infirmities." Madame Sand's short, plump hands look like those of a child eight years old. Hhe rises at 11 o'clock, and break fasts alone, having an egg and a cup of coti'ee without milk or 6ugar. Breakfast ended, she lights a cigarette of Maryland tobacco, which she buys ready-made in l'aris. She is very fond of smoking, and smokes incessantly. When her cigarette is nearly consumed she throws it into a small earthenware pot half filled with water placed on the table. The pchit made by the burning tobacco as it falls in the water hif'hlv amuses her. She forbids her guests smoking cigars and pipes. After breakfast she walks in her park, if the weather permit, or plays a few games of cocltonnet (twelve faced Jack), in which she is very skilful. At half -past 1 2 she goes to her chamber, and there she works until half-past i, when din ner is served. Meat soup is always on the table, but never any fish or vegetable soup. Game is rarely on the table, l'ish is occa sionally served; her favorite fish U fried stickleback, which she herself catches with a large butterfly hoop-net in a neighboring Btreiim. She is extremely fond of vegetables and fruit, especially the latter. She fre quently has, during the season, as many as five varieties of strawberries on her table at one time. The Head of the English Church. The Archbishop of Canterbury, who might be supposed to Know, lately addressed a docu ment to the Queen, in which he styled her "the supreme head on earth of the Church of England." The tbiturday Jiecieic pronounces this the strangest blunder that it ever saw. It Bays that for more than three hundred years the title of the head of the Church has had no legal being; and has formed no part of the royal style. It was used by Henry VIII and by Edward VI, but never afterwards: "Vet the notion clavo to men's minds in a way wbkh seems quite unaccountable. Tint the kiup is by law the bend of fho Church i yuo cf the commonest of beliefs: the gra it nn-is f people, we have no doubt, fully believe it; lawjeis and po'itical losdcis believe i': they put the supposed fact into their l.iw looks an I ii to t lit ir parliamentary spceho. and i;ro;uil elaborate legal and pHiliainentary aiguwints upon this mere dt-lusion. And tbiti:;h it is certain that the title Las never, since tin1! ourly dajs of Mary, formed any part of the mul.tr unul style, it is not-at all unlikely that it may have crept into forma', documents o:ir!ier than the present singular ppir dated iVo.n Addington. Atul yet. after all, llu belief that the kingis bylaw tli head f I ho 0mr.-;h is exactly of a piece with the kindred beliefs tl.rit the 'royal family' may int marry 'sub jects,' that the law o( charitable uses is tho jVIoilmain Act, that limn may uot mny his second cousin, or that he may sell his wife in the v ailtet. Still here is the fact, that the Archbishop of Canterbury, or whoever rtruvs up papers in his inmn Ih's'.oas on (Juci'i Victoria a title which Q::eon Elizabeth dis tinctly refused, and whk-a Queen Victori-i has certainly not asked for. The writer of the document piobaUy thought himself ex trt D'-ely clever in digging up sumo forgotten foiiu of the time of II-nry VIII or Edward VI; so he copied the Leading of it quite litc rniy, in blissful ignorance of all that had been said about the matter in the sixteenth century and all that hai been said about it in the'iiineleenlh." PROPOSALS. 3i;('PCSAI.S FOU (.I.OTllINU AND ChUTlllNG L MATLKIALS. Naw Departmknt, ) Uireai" of Provisions and Ci.otihnu, J- July 1, lsTO. J Sealed Proposals, indorsed "Proposals for C'lotli inp " will lie received at this Bureau until 2 o'clocH '. M, en the '27th day of July, lsvo, for the supply of the lollowliifi articles, viz. : fiO.eno jards Dark 111 tie Flannel, lii.eoo yards lilue NatkiQ. lf'.( no yards Harnsley bhectlng. 2&,i'i;0 pairs Woollen Socks. s,('(:o pairs C alf Shoes. 4,immi pairs Kip Shoes. The above-mentioned articles must lie delivered at the Isavy Yard, New York, within ninety days frem the date of contrac t, and must conform lo navy standard, and be equal in all respects to the sample's at ihe several Navy Yards, and must pass the usual inspection. 'J he tin unci roust le all wool, twilled, and wool t:jed Willi pine indigo, and must be lu pieces of about fifty yards in length, twenty-seven Inches wide, weighing live and one-hall ounces per yard, and to have a list on each edge of four white woollen thrtads woven in the whole knpth of the piece; the pieces to be rolled separately without cloih boards, and no piece to have a lesa average weight than live and lour-teutlis ounces per yard. The quality and color of tlie Manuel to be equal to the samples at the several ltitpections. The NonMn must also be pure lndlgo-dyed. The Sheeting must tie free from cotton, eighty inches lu w idth, weighing twelve ounces and tlurry oi. e one-hundredths per yard, texture 4 by 4 te 1-10 inch. The Slices must be delivered in boxes made of seasoned white pine, planed and teugued and jiiooved; sides, top, anil hottoiu live-eighth Inch thick, ami ihe ends one inch thick; the sides to be nailed to the bottom, and the top to be secured by Let lets than ten one and three-iourth inch screws, f.ne screw at each end of the box, to bo counter sunk one quarter inch by one and one-quarter inch in diameter. The sizes of the SocVs and Shoes must conform to the schedule to be supplied by the inspector at New Yoik. lsonds, with approved security, will lie required iu ene-quiiiter the estimated amount of the contract, and twenty per cent, iu addition will be withheld frcui the amount of each payment as collateral security for the due performance of the contract, which reservation will uot be paid until the contract is fully complied with. Every oiler must be accompanied by a written guarantee, signed by one or more responsible per sons, that the bidder or bidders will, If his or their bid be accepted, enter into au obligation within live clays, witli good and suiilcicnt sureties, to furnish the articles proposed. No proprsals will be considered uu'.ess accompa nied by such guarantee. jir .from ami partiet who aie iw't boiiajide vianvactvrern of rr regular dealern i'i the article they clir to fvrnih. In conformity with the second section of the joint resolution ap proved March 3, 1603. The Department reserves the right to reject any proposals unless the responsibility of tho guarantors is eertllied to by the Assessor of Internal Hevenue for the district in which they reside; and unless the license required by act of Ongress Is furnished with the proposal, as well as to reject any proposal not considered advantageous to the Government. K. T. Dl'NN, 7 t ftust Chief of Cureau. rpo CONTRACTORS AND CUILDPS. SEALED PROPOSALS, endorsed "Proposals for Building a Public School House In the Twenty second Ward," will be received by the undersigned, nt the oitlce, southeast corner of SIXTH and ADEL PDI Streets, until Tl'ESDAY', July 5, 1S70, at 12 o'clock M., for building a Public School House, situ ate on Highland avenue, Twenty-second ward. Said School House to be built iu accordance with the plans of L. H. Esler, Superintendent of School Buildings, to be seen at the oillce of Controllers of Public Schools. No bids will be considered unless accompanied by a certiUeate from the City Solicitor that the provi slons of an ordinance approved May is, lsco, have been complied with. The contract will be awarded only to known master Imilders. By order of the Committee on Property. 11. W. UALLIWELL, je23 24 23 jy 2 S CtS Secretary. CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. SEALED PROPOSALS, endorsed "Proposals for building a Public School House In the Tweuty-liltti Vard," will be received by the undersigned at the office, southeast corner of SIXTH ami A DELPHI streets, until TUESDAY, July 6, 1S70, at 12 o clock M., for buckling a Public School House on a lot of ground situate on Frankford road and Helen s treat, In the 1 weuty-liftti vt ard. Eaid School House to be built In accordance with the plans of L. H. Ksler, Superintendent of School BnildingB, to be seen at the oillce of the Controllers of Public Schools. No bids will ne considered unless accompanied by a ceriillcate from the t'ity Solicitor that the pro visions of an ordinance approved May 25, lSiid, have been complied with. The contract will be awarded only to known master builders. By order of the Committee on Property. U. W. HALL1WELL, je 2324 2Sjy266t! Secretary. rpo CONTRACTORS AND BUILDEHS. SEALED PROPOSALS, endorsed "Proposals for lsuiiiiingai'ubiic scnooi riouse in ine seeouu ward," will be received by the undersigned, at the oillce, southeast corner of SIXTH and ADELPHl Streets, until TL'ESDAY. July 6. 1570, at U o'clock M.. for building a Public School House on alt of ground situate on carpenter street, aoove jniuui, in cue Second ward. Said School House to be built in ac cordance with tlie plans of L. II. Esler, Superintend tnt of School Buildings. To be seen at tlie oillce of the Controllers of Public Schools. No bids will be considered unless accompanied by a certitleate from the City Solicitor that the provi sions of an ordinance approved May 25. lstio, have been compiled with. The contract will be awarded only to known master builders. Bv order of the Committee on Property. H. W. UALLIWELL, je23 24 23 Jy2 8 6t Secretary. PROPOSALS. TO CONTRACTORS AND 1 BUILDERS. SEALED PROPOSALS, endorsed "Proposals for Building a Public School House in the Twentieth w ard, w est," will be received by the undersigned, at the oillce, southeast corner SIXTH aud A DELPHI Streets, until TUEbDAY, July 6, 1870, at 12 o'clock M.t for building a Public School Houae on a lot of ground, situate southeast corner of Tweuty-third andJeirersou streets, Twentieth ward, west. Said School House to be built In accordance with the lans of L. U. Esler, Superintendent of School uildings, to be seen at the oitlce of the Controllers of Public Schools. No bids will be considered unless accompanied by a certificate from the City Solicitor that the provisions of au ordinance approved May 26, 1SC0, have been complied with. The contract will be awarded only to known master builders. By order of the Committee on Property. II. W UALLIWELL, je S3 24 2S, jy 2 5 Bt Secretary. PAPER HANQINCS, E I O. 1 OOK! LOOK!! LOOK!!! WALL PAPERS J nH Linen Window Khadei Manufactured, tha chiiet D tha city, at JOHNSTON 'h Uupot, No. lo:y kl'hlMI uakit mreei.i'uiuw r-ieveuiu. mucn, no. !W7 If KDKKA.L Street, Umdu,tww Jer. RAILROAD LINES. 7A -TOR NEW YORK THE OAMUEN I O I t, ice! Atnboy and Philadelphia ami Tren I ui llailvra.l ( ouii Rules' lines from r'lillalo'.pbia to fsew Y ork and Way Places. FROM WAIMVT STRKBT Wfl AHF. Af 6 30 A. M., Accoaatno 1,itio, an I a P. Tl , E.v 1'tcss, ia cauiden nul Amboy, uwj nt 8 A. M., t'.x j FS r.lail, and 8'Gj P. IvT., Accomuiodatioo. via t.'.iUiilen ard .letsev tllty. At 0 P. M., lor Anioy sad lntermoiilata stations. At 0 HO A. W 3 and 3-:io P. m. fur 1 renhold. A 8 A.M. and 9 P. IU. for Iorn Branch, and 1 olntf on Naw Jersey Southern i;;llrod. At 8 ar d 10 A. Tl., ii M., a, 3 bO, aud 6 P. ."U. for Trent on. t 6'. 8, and 10 A.M.. 13 M., 2. 3-31, ft, 6. 8, piJ 11 E0 i". M. .r H.udeiitown, t'loriiice, Bur linvtn, Beverly, lclnci mid iC.vorton. At CEO anl ID A.m., 1J M., 3:5 , ft, 6, 1. ail 1V3'i )-. M. lor Ldgewater, Bivur&ldo, Divorton, FI d Palmyra. At fi i'Oimd 10 A. M., 12 ST.. 8, 8, 8, and U-3) P. M. lor Pish Ileuse. I ItOM KRNSINOIOW DKPOI'. At 7-30 A. M.., Vi oO, 3'"o, pud c, P. M. fnr Trouton end Bristol, Bnd at 10 45 a. ?i. and 0 P. 21. lor BrlPtol At 7 30 A.M., 2-3'), and 6 T. M. for MorrUvillo ard Tully town. At 7 3't ai:d M -15- A. M., 2'30, 5, ind 6 P. M. f ir f-cl'crcU's Eddlnxton, CornwolU, f irrssdilc, and holn c?buri Junction. At 7 A. M.. 12-30, 615, and 7 30 P. M. for Bustle ton. Holuiestjurst, ar.d Holtiietmri Junction. At 7 and ln-46 A. M., 12 30, 2 30, 6 15, tf and 7 3J P. M. lor Tacony, Wlsfiuuuilng, Urlileiburtf, an j i rankiurd. fkom wrsT riut.AnBr.vniA n:roT, Via Connecting Icallroad. At 7 aid 9-80 A. M., la 45, 0 4ft, and 12 P. M., New York Kxj-resa Lines, and atll 30 P. M., Eailraut Line, via Jersey City. At 7 and yo A. M. , 12 45, 6 4J, and 13 P. M. for Trenton and Bristol. At 12 P. M. iniut) for MoTrisvlUe, Tullytown, Schenck's, tddinnton, l ornweils, Toirosdilo, lo'rr.es-burft Junction, Tacony, Wis&hioiulcg, Brldesliurjr, and Franklord. The 9-30 A. M., 6-45 and 12 P. M. I.lnos will run daily. All others Sundays excepted. Sunday Lines leave- at 12 M. inoon), a 40 P. M., ni.d 13 nfsrht. BLLVlbliHE DELAWARE KAIuHOAD HN'ES FROM KKNHlrOTON DKt Ol'. At 7 80 A.M. lor rsiaara Fall'', BuiTalo, Dun kirk, Emilra, Ithaca, Oweno, Rochester, BinnhaLu tor, Oowoko, Syracuse, Ureat Bead, Montrose, Vt iikebarre, Schooley's Mountain, etc. At 7 30 A. M. and 8-SO P. M. lor Scranton, Stroudsburfr, Water Gap, Belvldere, Ea'ton, Lam bertvllle, Hoir.irmton, etc The 8 3o P. M. L.Ino conrects direct with the train leaving Enaton lor Maucli tJhunk, Alicntown, HetlileUeui, eio. At 6 P. M. for Lamberivlllo aud intermailiate Ftutions. CAMl.-EN AND BUI?L1N(1T0N UOUNT5T AND 1-EMBEUTO AND HlGHTSl'UvV IJAlLr KOADS. I-KOM WAI.M'T STREfiT W1IAT1P. At 7 A.M. and 3-30 P. M., Express Lines, via Kew Jersey Southern Ballroad lor New York, l.onn; Branch, Eatontown, Farmingdale, Toms Klver, atd Manchester. At 7 ana 10 A. m.. i. a ie, a-30, 6, ana o 30 1. iu.. and on Thursday and Saturday nights at 1130 P. M. lor Mercliantsvllle, Mooreetown, Hartlord, Mapcnvillo, Hainesport, and Mount Holly. Ac a. iu., x 19 ana ts au r. iu.. ior Liumuerton anu Med ford. A t 7 and 10 A. M 1, 3 30, and 6 P. M. for Smith- vllle, Ewansvlllo. VIncentown. BlrminxUam, and PemLerton. At 7 and 10 A. M 1 and 3 30 P. M. forLewI.stown, WrlithtBtown, Cookttowu, Kew Egypt, and llor- nerftown. At 7 A. M.. 1 and 3-30 P. M. for Cream Kid ire. Itn- lajetGwn, Sharon, and Illwhistown. .tiny 4, la.u. . w iu. il. LtAiv.iur.u, Ageni. 1 jhTEaF-ELPHI A, WILTMlNaXON, AND B AL X T1MOKE KA 1 LK A H. TIME TABLE. COMMENCING MONDAY, JUNE 0, 1870. Trn Ins will leave Depot, cornor of Broad street and WashlnKton avenue, 83 roltows: Way Mail Train at 8-30 A. M. (Sundays excepted) for Baltimore, stopping at all regular stations. Connecting at Wiluiinirton with Delaware Kallroad Line, at Clayton with Smyrna Branch Railroad ard Maryland and Delaware Railroad, at Har rington with Junction and Breakwater Kallroad, at Seaford with Dorchester and Delaware Kall road, at Delniar with Eastern Shore Kallroad, and at Salisbury with Wicomico and Pooomoke Kail road. Exrr0SIB Train at 11-45 A. M. (Sundays excepted), for Daltluiore and Washington, stopping ac Wil mington, I'orryvlllo, and Havre-do-Uraoe. Con nects at Wilmington with train for New Castle. Express Train at 4 P. M. (Sundays excepted), for Baltimore and Washington, stopping at Chester, Thurlow, Lin weod, Clay mont, Wilmington, New port, Stanton, Newatk, Elkton. North East, Charlestown, Perryviile, Havro-de-Grace, Aber deen, Perryman's, Edgewood, Magnolia, CUase'B aud Stcn.nior'8 Bun. Night Exproes at 1130 P. M. (1'aily), for Balti more and Washington, stopping at Chester, idn wood, Ulaymont, Wilmington, Newark, Elkton, North East, Perryviile, llavre-tle-Gracc, l'erry man's, and Magnolia. Passengers lor Portress Monroe and Norfolk will take the 11-45 A. M. train. WILMINGTON TRAINS. Stopping at all stations between Philadelphia and Wilmington. Leave Philadelphia at 11-00 A. M., 2-39, & 00, ant 7-00 P. M. Tho 6-0o P. M. train connects with Dela ware Kallroad for Harrington and intermediate stations. Leave Wilmington 6-45 and 8-10 A. M., 2 00, 4-00, and 7-15 P. M. The 8-10 A. M. train will not stop between Chester and Philadelphia. The 715 P. M. train from Wilmington runs Daily; all other ac commodation trains Sundays excepted. Trains leaving Wilmington at b-46 A. M. and 4-00 P. M. will connect at Lamokin Junction with the 7 -co A. M. and 4 80 P. M. trains for Baltimore Oen ral Kallroad. Prom Baltimore to Philadelphia. Leave Balti more 7-16 A.M., Way Mail; 00 A. M., Express; 2 86 P. M., Express; 7-25 P. M., Express. SUNDAY TKA1N FKOM BALTIMORE. Leaves Baltimore at 7-26 P. M., stopping at Mag nolia. Perryman's, Aberdeen, Ha-vre-de-Graee, Per ryviile, Charlestown, North East, Klkton, Newark, Stanton, Newport, Wilmington, Claymont, Lin wood, and Chester. On Sundays, leave Philadelphia for West Grove and Intermediate stations at 8 00 A. M.; returning. leit West Grove at 3 -66 P. M. Through tickets to all points West, South, and Southwest may be procured at ticket oitlce. No. 82) Chesnut street, under Continental Hotel, where also State Kooms and Berths in Sleeping Cars can be secured during the day. Persons purchasing tickets at this office can have baggage checked at their residence by the Union Transter Company. H. F. KENNKY, Superintendent. 1 H1LADELPH1A AND EIUB RAILROAD. SUMMER TIME TABLE. On and alter MONDAY, Jlay 30, 1&70, the trains on the Philadelphia and hrie Kallroad run as loilows from Pennsylvania Kallroad Depot, West PUl&delphia: WESTWARD. MAIL TRAIN leaves Philadelphia . 10 20 P. M. i) W illlamsport 8 00 A. M. arrives at Erie 7 40 P. M. ERIE EXPRESS leaves Philadelphia 10-60 A. M. " " Willlamsport 8-15 P.M. ' arrives at Erie 7-26 A.M. ELM1RA MAIL leaves Philadelphia . 7-60 A. M. " " Williainsport 6-00 P. M. " arrives at Look Haven T-S0 P. M. BALD EAGLE MAIL leaves Williams- port - - 1-S0P. M. " " arrives at Lock Haven - . 246 P.M. B A P T V ARD MAIL TRAIN leaves Erie .' . 8 50 A.M. ' WIDlamsport B-26 P. M. " arrives at Philadelphia 6-2 A. M. ERIE EXPRESS leaves Erie ... una P.M. Willlamsport . 818 A. M. arrives at Philadelphia 6 30 P.M. ELM IRA MAIL leaves WlllUmsport . 9 46 A. M. " arrives at Philadelphia V 50 P. M. BUFFALO EXP. leaves Willlamsport 12 26 a. M. 14 " Harrisburg 6 2JA. M. ' arrives at Philadelphia 0-26 A. M. BALD EAGLE MAIL leaves Li. Havea 11 3 A. M. " arr. Williamsp't 12 60 P. M. BALD EAGLE EX. leaves D,ock Haven 9-35 P. M. " arr. Williauisport 10 60 P. M. Express Mall and Accommodation, east and wen, eocneot at Corry, and all west bound trains aud Mail and Accommodation east at lrvlheton with Oil Creek and Allegheny River Kallroad. WM. A. BALDWIN, General Superintendent. rni E PHILADELPHIA AND BALTIMORE CEN. X TRAL RAILROAD. CHANGE OF HOURS. On and after MONDAY, April 4, 1&T0, trains will run as follows: LEAVE PHILADELPHIA, from depot of P., W. & B. R. It Company, corner Broad street and Wash ington avenue For PORT DEPOSIT at T A. M. and 4-30 P. M. For OX FORD, at t A. M., 4-30 P. M. and I P. U. For CHADD'S FOKD AND CHESTER CREEK R. It at 1 A. M., 10 A. M., S 30 P. M., 4 30 P. M., aud tP.M. Train leaving Philadelphia at T A. M. connects at Port Deposit with train for Baltimore. Trains leaving Philadelphia at 10 A. M. and 4-30 P. M., leaving Oxford at 6 05 A. M., aud leaving Port Deposit at t-25 A. M., eouuect at C'liaild's Ford Juuo tiou wltliWlLMINUTON it READING It It 4 8 RAILROAD LINES. "1 1 EADING RAILROAD G RE AT TRUNK LINK I fro in Philadelphia to the Interior of Penn sylvania, the Scbuvlktll. Susiuekannv Cumber land, and Wyoming Valleys, the North, North-0-t, aud the Catadas. SPRING ARRANGEMENT f f Parsensrer Trains, May in, 170. Levlnp: tlie eJonipany's Depot at Thirteenth and l't,.l-mliill streets, 1'hiladelpLla, at the following l.ouri: MORNING ACCOMMODATION. At. 7 30 A. M. fnr Reading and all Intermediate sintlonp, ar.d Al'entown. Returning, leaves Reait Ing an "-S6P. M.: arrives In Philadelphia at tl-25 P.M. MORNING EXPRESS. At U-16 A. M. for Reading, Lennon, Harrlaburg, PettsviPe, I lLcgrore, Tamaqua, Sunbury, Wll iian trorf, l lmira, R-icle'ter, Niagara Falls, Buf l.)lo, Wllknr-barre. Plttston, York, Carlisle, Cham-bc-f l ura, Hairerstow n, etc. Tin. 7 -30 A.M. tiain connects at EE YDINO with Pnst Perrpjlanla Railroad trains for Alicntown, otf., and the 8-16 A. M. train connects with tho I c I'M' en Valley train for Hnrrisburir, eta.; at PORT CI 1NION with Catawissa Railroad trains f.r William, .tort, Lock Haven, Elmira; eto.-, at HAlOilBVRG with Northern Central, Cumber land Valley and Schuylkill and Susquohana trains 101 Northumberland, willlamsport, York, Cham bershurg, Piuegrove, etc. AFTERNOON EXPRESS. Leaves Philadelphia at 3 3 P. M. for Reading Pnttsville, liarrlsburg, etc.; connecting with Read Ingand t'olumbla Railroad trains furC'oluiuul.1, etc PO'I TSTOWN ACCOMMODATION. Leaves lctibtown at 6-25 A.M., stopping at ln trrmedinte Mutb.nR; arrives in Philadelphia at 8-40 a. 11 . i-euiriing, leaven rcnauoipuia at uo tr, M s arrive? in i ottstovrn at 615 P. M. REA11NG AND POTTSVILLE ACOOMMODA TION. Leave PottsvIPe nt 6 40 A. M. arid 4-20 P. M.. and Leading at 7 30 A. M and n-35 P.M., stopping at nil way Ftnth ns; arrive in Philadelphia at 10 20 A. M. anu 9 26 P.M. Returning, leaves Philadelphia at 6-15 P. M.; ar rives in KeaMng at 7 65 P. M., and at Pottsville at B 40 P.M. Morning I xprcss trains for Philadelphia, leave HnrriPbuiit at 8 10 A. M., aad Pottsville at U A. M., errivir.g in I hiladelphta at 1 P. M. Afternoon Express trains leave llanls-burg at 2-fiO P. M., and l'(.Us li'e at 2 60 '. M., arriving at Philadelphia at 7 TO P. M. Hurrifburg Acconi-mcdntion loaves Reading at 7 16 A. M. acu liiurisburg at 4-10 P. M. Connect ing at Jieadirg vsith Atternoon Accommodation tvuth at 01,6 P. M., arriving in Philadelphia at 9 i6 P. M. Market train, with a 1 asseegnr ear attached, leaves Philadelphia at 12-3 i.oon, for Reading and all way station?; learos Pottsville at 6-40 A. M., connectiLg at Reading with, accommodation train ior Philadelphia and all way stations. All the above trains run dally, Sundays ex cepted. Sunday trains leave I ottsvlllo at 8 A. M.. and F hilndtlphia ot 3-16 P.M. L.eave Philadelphia for Bonding at 8 A. M.; returning from Reading at 4-V6 r. M. TLeso trains eomect both ways with Sunday trains on 1 erkiomen and Oolebruokdalo Railroads. CHESTER VALLEY RAILROAD. Tassengcrs for Dowulugtown and intermediate points take the 7-3i A. M., 12 30, and 4-00 P. M. trains from Philadelphia. Returning from Down ingtown at 6 20 A. M., 12 45, and 6-16 P. M. PERKIOMEN RAILROAD. PaEFeEger3 lor Schwenksvillo take 7-30 A. M., 12-30, and 6 15 P. M. trains from Philadelphia, re turclrg from Scawer.ksville at 0 46 and 8-05 A. M., 12 46 noon, and 4-15 P. M. Stage lines for various v Irts in Perklomcn Valley connect with trains at Coilcgevllle and Schwenkaville. CODEBKOOKDaLE RAILROAD. PaFEcners lor Mount Pleasant and intermediate j oints take the J-30 AM. and 4-00 P. BI. trains from I'hilndc! hia, returning from Mt. Pleasant at 7 (io and 1) to a. M. NEW YOKiC EXPRESS FOR PITTSBURG AND THE WEST. Leave New York at 8 00 A. M. and 6 00 P. M., passing Reading at 1-45 and 10-05 P. M., Bnd con necting at Harrlsburg with Pennsylvania and Northern Ontral Railroad Express trains for Pltttburp, Chicago, Willlamsport, Elmira, Balti more, etc. Keturtiiig Expreftf train loaves Harrlsburg on arrival i f Pennsylvania Express from Pittsburg at 6 &6 A. M. end 8 to A. M., passing Reading at 723 A. M. and ln-40 A. M., arriving at New Y'ork 12 06 noon and 8-tO P. M. Sleeping cars accompany these trains through between Jercey City and Pitteburg without change. A Mail train for New York leaves Harrlsburg at 8-10 A. M. and 2 60 P. M. Mail train for Harris burg leavei New York at 12 M. SCHUYLKILL VALLEY RAILROAD. Trains leave I'ottfviile at 6-30 and 11-30 A. M., ami t-to P. M., returning from Tamaqua at 8-S6 A. iVl., end 1 40 ni d 4 o P. M. SCHUYLKILL AND SUSQUEHANNA RAIL ROAD. Trains leave Auburn at 8-66 A. M. for Plnegrove and Harrlbturg und at 12-06 noon for Plnegrove, Trcmont, and lirooksldo, returning from Harrls burg ai 8 4u P. M., from Brookside at 3 46 P. M., anu from 'i rer-nt at 6 25 a. M. and 6 06 P. M. TICKETS. Through first-class tickets and emigrant tickets to all thb priccipal points in the North, and West and canauas. Excursion Tickets from Philadelphia to Reading and Intermediate stations, good for one day only, nod sold by Morning Accommodation Markot Train, Resulng and i'ottstown Accommodation Trains, at reduced rates. Excuriun Tickets to Philadelphia, good for one day only, arc sold at Pottsville and Intermediate Stations oy lteauicg anu I'otisvuio anu rottstown Accommodation 'trains, at reduced rates. The following tlckots are obtainable only at the office of S. Bradford, Treasurer, No. 227 S. Fourth Etreet, 1 htladbiphla, or of U. A. Nlooils, General Superintendent, JKcadicg. COMMUTATION TICKETS. At 26 per cent, discount, between any points desired, for families and firms. MILEAGE TICKETS. Good for 2000 miles, be tween all points, at 47 00 each, for families and firms. SEASON TICKETS.-For one, two, three, six, nine, or twelve months, lor boldors only, to all poirta, at reduced ratos. CLERGYMEN residing on the line of the road will be furnished with cares eutltling themselves and wives to tickets at hall fare. EXCURSION T1CKE1S from Philadelphia to vrlncipul stations, good for Saturday, bunday. and Monday, at reduced fares, to bo had only at the Ticket Office, at Thirteenth and Oallownlll Streets. FREIGHT. Goods of all descriptions forwarded to all the above points lroin the Company's new freight depot, Broad and Willow streets. MAILS close at the 1 Liladelphla Post Office for all places cn the road and its branches at 6 A. M., 1 d lor the principal btatloi.8 only at 2 16 P. M. FREIGHT TRAINS leave Philadelphia daily at 4-36 A. M-, 12 30 novD, 6 and 7-16 P.M., lor Raiding. Lebanon, Harrlsburg, Pottsville, Port Clinton, and points beyond. BAGGAGE. Dungan's Express will collect baggage lor all trains loaving Philadelphia Depo,. Orders can Le left ut xso. 226 S. FOUR 1'li Street, or at tho Depot, THIRTEENTH and CALLOW HILL Stiects. "WEST CHESTER AND PHILADELPHIA RAIL- ROAD COMPANY. On aud after MONDAY, April 4, 1S70, trains will leave irom the Depot, TJIUU Y-FIRST aud CUES NL'T. as loilow s: ' FKOM PHILADELPHIA. 6 48 A.M., for 1). C. Junction, atops at all stations. 7-16 A.M., for West Chester, mops at all stations wtst ( f Media (except Oreeuwood), connecting at D. c. junction lor uxiora, ivenneit, rort Ueposit, and stations on the P. and B. C. It R. 9- 40 A. M. for West Chester Btops at all stations. 11-60 A. M. for B. C. Junction utopa at all btations. 2-80 P. M. for West Chester Btopn at all utationa. 4-15 P. M. for B. C. Juuction stops at all stations. 4-45 P. M. for West Chester stops at all stations west of Media (except Greenwood), couuecting-at B. C. junction for Oxford, Kenneit, Port Deposit, aud all stations on the P. & B. C. R. K. 6-80 P. M. for B. C. Junction. Tills train commences running on and after June 1, 1670, stopping at all stations. 6- M P. M . for West Chester stops at all stations, li-so P. M. for West Chester stops at all stations. 1 FOR PHILADELPHIA. B-28 A. M. from B. C. Junction stops at all stations. 6 so A. M. from West Chester stops at all stations, 7- 40 A. M. f'oia West Chester stops at all stations be tween V. C. and Media (except Greenwood), cou nec-tliig at B. C. Junction for Oxford, Kennett, Port Deposit, and all stations on the P. 4 B. C. R. It 6-15 A. M. from B. C. Junction stops at all stations. 10- 00 A. M. from West Chester stops at all stations. It P. M. from B. C. Junction stops at all stations, rr,5 P. M. from West Chester stops at all stations. 4-65 P. M. from West Chester stops at all stations, connectuig at B. C. Junction for Oxford, Kennett, port Deposit, and all stations on the P. & B. C. It It 6 65 P. M. lrorn West Chester stops at all stations, connecting at B. C. Junction with P. & u. o. It It 9-00 P. M. from B. C. Junction. Tiiis train com mences running uu uuu tuicr uuue isi, loto, sujp- ninir Ht all stations. ' ON SUNDAYS, S-OB A. M. for West Chester stops at all stations, con necting at B. C. Junction with P. & B. O. R. R. !-30 P. M. fi r West Chester stops at all stations. 4o A. M. from West Chester stops at aif stations. 7W) P.M. from West Chester stops at all stations, lieounectuig at B. C. Junction with P. A 11 c. K. R. W. C. WHEELER, bup't, RAIL.RO AD LINES. PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL RAILROAD. AFTER 8 P. M., SUNDAY, JUNB 12, 1?70. The trains of the Pennsylvania Central Railroad leave the Depot, at THIRTY-FIRST and MAR. KET Streets, which Is reached directly ly the Mar ket street cars, the last car connecting with each train leaving Front and Market streets thirty minutes before Its departure. The Chesnut and Walnut streets ears run within ene square of the Depot. Slecplng-ear tickets can be had on application at tho Ticket Office, N. W. cornor Ninth and Ches nut street!), and at tlie Depot. Agents of the Union Transfer Company will call for and deliver baggage at the dept. Orders loft at No. 901 Chesnut street, or No. 116 Market street, w 111 receive attention. TRAINS LBAVB DEPOT. Mall Train 8 00 AM. Paoll Accommodation . . 12-50 and 7-10 P.M. Fapt Line 12-30 P. M. Frle Express li-oo A. M. Harrlsburg Accommodation , . , 2-30 P. M. Lancaster Accommodation . . . 4-10 P.M. 1'arkesburg Train 6-30 P.M. Cincinnati Express 8-00 P. M. Erie Mail and Pittsburg Espross . . 10-30 P. M. Way Passenger ..... 11-30 P.M. Erie Mail leaves dally, except Sunday, running on Saturday nlirht to Willlamsport only. On Sun day night passengers will leave Philadelphia at 8 o'clock. Pittsburg-Express, leaving on Saturday night, runs only to Harrlsburg. Cincinnati Express leaves dally. AU other trains dally except Sunday. Tho Western Accommodation Train runs dally, except Sunday. For this train tickets must be pro cured and baggage delivered by 6 P. M. at No. 110 IilftTsiGt strcob Sunday Train No. 1 leaves Philadelphia at 8-in A. M.;aulves at Paoll nt 9-40 A. M. Sunday Irain No. 2 leaves Philadelphia at 640 P. M.; ar rives at Paoll at 740 P. M. Sunday Train No. 1 leaves Paoll at 0-60 A. M. j arrives at Philadelphia at 8 I0 A. M. Sunday Train No. 3 leaves Paoll at 4 60 P. M.; arrives at Philadelphia at 10 P. M. TRAINS ABttlVB) AT DETOT. Cincinnati Express . . . . 8 10 A. M. Philadelphia Express 6-30 A. M. Erie Mail 6 80 A. M. Paoll Accomraodat'n . 8 20 A. M. and 6-40 P. M. Parkesburg Train 9 00 A. M. Fast Line and BuiTalo Express . . 9 85 A.M. Lancaster Train 11-65 A. M. Eile Express 6-40 P. M. Lock Haven and Elmlia Express . 9 40 P. M. Paclno Express 12 2JP.M. Harrlsburg Accommodation . . 9-40 P.M. For lurther Information apply to JOHN F. VANLKER, Jr.. Ticket Agent. No. 901 CHESNUT Streot. FRANCIS FUNK, Ticket Agent. No. 118 MARKET Streot. SAMUEL H. WALLACE, Ticket Agent at the Depot. The Pennsylvania Railroad Company will not assume any risk for Baggage, except for Wearing Apparel, and limit their responsibility to One Hun dred Dollars In value. All Baggage exceeding that amount in value will be at the risk of the owner, unless taken by special contract. A. J. OASSATT, 4 29 General Superintendent, Altoona, Pa. IVT OR Til PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD 1 THE SHORT MIDDLE ROUTE TO THE LI'HIGH AND WYOMING VALLEYS, NORTH EKN PENNSYLVANIA, SOUTHERN AND IN TERIOR NEW YORK, BUFFALO, OOKHY, ROCHESTER, THE GREAT LAKES, AND THE DOMINION OF CANADA. SUMMIK ARRANGEMENT. Tokos effect May 16, 1870. Sixteen Dally Trains leave Passenger Dopot, comer of Berks and American stroots (Sundays excepted), as loilows: 7 00 A. M. (Accommodation) for Fort Washing ton. At 7-85 A.M. (Express), for Bethlehem, Easton, Al lentown, Mauch Chunk, Wllkcsbarre, Willlams port, Muhaney City, Hazleton, Plttston, Towanda, Waverley. and in connection with the EKlEKAlLr WAY for Bulialo, Niagara Falls, Rochester, Cleve land, Chicago, San Francisco, and all points ,n the Great West. 8 25 A. M. (Accommodation) for Doylestown. 9 46 A. M, (Express) for Botnlehem, Eayton, AI lentown, MaurnChuna, Willlamsport, Wilkes oarre, Filttten, Scranion. Uackettstown, Sohooley's JVlountalE, and N.J. Central and Morris and Essex Railroads. 11 a. M. (Accommodation) for Fort Washington. 1-16, 3 30, and 6-20 P. M., for Abington. 1-46 P. M. (Express) for Bethlehem. Easton, Al lentown, MaucU Chunk, Mahanoy City, Wilkes bar re, Pittcton, and Hazleton. 2 So P. M. (Accommodation) for Doylestown. At 8 -2o P. M. (Bethlehem Accommodation) for Bethlehem, Easton, Allentown, Coplay, and Mauch Chunk. 416 P. M. (Mall) for Doylestown. 6-00 P. M. fur iieihlehum, Easton, Allentown, and Mauch Chunk. 0 20 P. M. (Accommodation) for Lansdale. 8 00 and 1130 P, M. (Accommodation) lor Fort Washington. The Filth and Sixth streets, Second and Third ptreets, and Union Lines City Cars run to the Depot. TRAINS ARRIVE IN PHILADELPHIA FROM Bethlehem at 8 66, and 10 35 A. M.; 2 16, 6 06, and 8 26 P. M. Doylestown Bt 8 25 A M., 4 40 and 7 05 P. M. Lansdale at 7-80 A. M. Fort Washington at U 20 and 11-20 A. M., 310 and 9-46 P. M. Abington at 2 86, 4-65, and 0 46 P. M. ON SUNDAYS. Philadelphia for Bethlehem at 9 30 A. M. Philadelphia lor Lovlestown at 2 00 P. M. Philadelphia for Fort Washington at 8 30 A. M. and 7 -co P.M. Doylestown for Philadelphia at 8-30 A. M. Bethlehem lor Philadelphia at 4 00 P. M. Fort Washington for Philadelphia at 9 30 A. M. and 810 P. M. Tickets sold and baggage checked through to principal points at Mann's North Pennsylvania Due gage Express Oillce, No. 16 S. Fifth streot. May 16, 1670. ELLIS CLARK, Agent. T PHILADELPHIA, GERMANTOWN AND NOR X RISTOWN RAILROAD. TIME TABLE. On and after MONDAY, .Tune 0, 1870. FOR GEKMANTOWN. Leave Philadelphia 6, 7, 8, 9 06, 10, 11, 12 A. M., 1, a, ZXt 4, 4X, "t6, 6X. 8, 6X, 7, 8, 9, 10 06, 11, 12 P. JH. Leave Germantown 6, 6 66, 7X, 8, 8 20, 9, 10, 11, 12 A. M., 1, 2, 8, 4, 44, 6, 6, 6, 8, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 P. M. The 8-20 down train, and 3 and 6V up trains, will net stop on the Germantown Branch. ON SUNDAYS. Leave Philadelphia at 9)4 A. M., 2, 405, 7, and in P. M. Leave Germantown at 6 A. M., 1, 3, 6, and 6 P. M. CHESNUT HILL RAILROAD. Leave Philadelphia 6, 8, 10, and 12 A. M., 3, 8 654, 7, 9, and 11 P. M Leave Chef ut Hill 7-10, 8, 9-40, and 11-40 A. M., 1-40, 3-40, 6 40, 6 40, 8 40, anu 10-40 P. M. ON SUNDAYS. Leave Philadelphia at t A. M., 2 and I P. M. Leave Chesnut Hill at 7 60 A. al., 12 '40, 6 40, and 916 P. M. Pastergers taking the 6 66, 9 A. M., and 64 P. M, trains fitm (Jern-ertown will make close connec tions with the trains ior New York at Intersection fctiition. FOR CONSHOHOCKEN AND NORRISTOWN. Deavo 1 Mladeiphia ts, 'yu i and 11 06 A. M., ljtf. 3, i 4, 6, 6!', b f 6, l:, snd 1U P. M. l.eave N" nistown 6, 6-26, 7, 7Ji, 8 60, and 11 A. Lave Philadelphia 9 A. M., 2$, 4, and VA P. M. Leave Nomstown 7 A. M., 1, ana 9 P. M. FOK MANAYUJNK. Leave FMlade.phia 6, 7, 9, and 11-05 A.M., VA, 3. 4U. 6. tU. 6V. ST6. 10. anu 11. P. to. leave Manayuck 6, b e 5, iyiy 8 10, 9 and llVi A. M., 2, Hi, 6, 6, &X, and 10 P. M. . UN SUNDAYS. Leave Philadelphia 9 A. M., -itf, 4, and Vi P. M. leave Msnayunk 7 A. M., 1,V and 9i,P.M. PLY MOO 1 H RAILROAD. Leave Fhilac'e'phla 5 P. M. Leave I Ij mouth 6 J' A. M. Ihe 7S4' A.M. train irom Norrlstown will not step at Mogee's, Potts Lamliog, Domino, or Sohur's Lane. Ihe 6 P.M. train from Philadelphia will stopc nly st School Lane. Wlfsicouiiug, Manayunk, Gieen Iree, snd Conehohocken. Pasi-engers taking the 7, 9T6 A. M. and 6' P. M. trans lrorn Ninth and Oreen streets will make close coi nectiots with tie trains for New York at In tersection Station. . , The 9 A. M. and i P. M. trains from New York connect with the 1 and 8 P.M. trains from Ger uisntown to Ninth snd Oreen Btreets. 4V0 W. fa. WILSON, General Sup't. HE PHILADELPHIA AND BALTIMORE CEN TRAL RAILROAD CO. TRAINS FOR PHILADELPHIA leave FORT DEPOSIT at 9-25 A. M. and 4-25 P. M., on ai rival of trains from Baltimore. OXFORD at 6 eift A. M., 10-36 A M., and 5-30 P. M. CD ADD S FOKD at T-2U A M., 18tH)M., 1-30 P. M., 4 45 P. M., and 6 49 P. M. Passengers are allowed to take wearing apparel only as baggage, and the company will not be re sponsible for an amount exceeding one hundred dollars unless a special contract is made for the san-e HKNRY' WOOD, ( j General Supcrluleuacut. AUO HON SALES, M THOMAS k 8ON8, NOS. 139 AND 141 S. FOIRTI1 STREET. Fxtenslve Rale at the Auction Rooms. StTERRiR lKll'ShllOLD PI h.MTL'RK, PIANOS. MIRRORS, FIRE-PROOF SAFES, FINE CAR PETS, ETC. K1C. On Thursday Morning, itnly 7, at 9 o'clock, at tho auction rooms, bv catalogue, 4 liiiui'some walunt parlor suits, covered with plush; walnut and cottage chamber suits, 3 rosewood pia 110-fortes, French plate mantel and pier mirrors, walnut and mahogany wardrobes, bookcases, extension and centre tables, bedding, china and plasswiire, oillce furniture, 2 (Ire-proof snfes by Fnrrel A- Herring, Iron chest, chandeliers, sewing machines, re lrlgerutjrs, stoves, tine car pets, etc. etc. 7 6 21 rpiIOMAS BIRCH SON. AUCTIONEERS AM) J COMMlhSK'N MERCHANTS. No. 1110 I'll liS NLT Street; rear eiuiaiice No. liui Sansotu street. Sale nt No. lms s. Twelfth strop!. fcTOCK OF A GROCERY hTORK AM) FIXTURES. On Wednesday Mnrultg, July 6, nt 10 o'clock, at No. I'M 3 . Twelfth street, will be sold the slock and llxtures of a grocerv siore. Cau be examined after s o'clock ou iuirnlnjr of sale. AltTIN BROTHERS. AUCTIONEERS. t n1f,IV Kn1nafm.il fnr TXT Tli...... . B H . No. i!4 t'liesnut St., rear entrance from Miiior. Sale at the Auction Room. SUPERIOR llOPSKHOLD FI RMTI RfC, ELKO VNT French Plale Mantel and Pier Mirrors, Fine B un sels mid other Carpets, Parlor and Chamber S.ilra, Bookcases, Wardrobes, Set Harness 'Refrigerators, Chiua and Glassware, etc. On Wednesday Morning, f 'July 6, nt 10 o'clock, at the auction rooms, N j. 71)4 Chesnut street, an excellent assortment of liou-e-hold furniture and other goods. EI, EUAN V MIRRORS. Six elegant French-plate mantel, pier, and oval mirrors, iu handsome walnut ami gilt Iramea. it CONCERT HAIL AUCTION ROOMS, No. 1219 OlIESNUT Street, T. A. McCLKLLAND, AUCTIONEER. Personal attention given to sales of household fur niture at dwellings. Public, siili-s of furniture at the Auction Rooiih, No. 1219 Chesnut street, every Monday aud Thurs day. For particulars see "rub'.lc Ledger."' N. B. A superior class of furniture at private sate. Manufacturers' sneclal snip. ELEGANT WALNUT PARLOR SI IIS, CHAMBER tiiUMiiKK, iinistieu inetmuyand plain: Bjot casts, flue Wardrobes, Library Furniture, Secreta ries, Irawlng-rooni Suits, in Reps and Terry; Ele gant Walnut, Bat and I'mbrelia Stands, Extension Tables, Dining-room Chairs, Hauds'inie Walnut Sideboards, Superior Iiunges, Towel Racks, etc., etc., by order of manufacturer.-. Ou Thursday Morning, July 7, at 10 o'clcck, will be sold at the auction rooms, No. 1219 Chesnut street, the largest assort ment of new and very superior furniture ever offered in this city. The goods are warranted first-class lu every respect. 1 6 21 rY BARRITT CO., AUCTIONEERS. CASH AUCTION HOUSE, No. 230 MARKET Street, corner of Bank street. Cosh advanced on consignments without extra charge. 11215 I PUNTING, r-URBOROW CO., AUCTIONEERS, J NTs. 232 and 34 MARKET street, corner of Bank street. Successors to John B. Myers & Co. JOSEPH PENNEY, AUCTIONEER, NO. 1307 CHESNUT fTREET. 0 2 tf N LOUISVILLE, KY eiKonuE w. ANrrnsoK. h.o. stcoxi. TUUilAli A1VDFHKOJ4 A OO. ( Kstublisbod IS'Ai). AUCTIONFKKS ANU COMMIIS.ION MEROUANT8 I.OL1SVILLK, KY. Eaiinpss strictly Oouirois-iion. All anotion tales eioln oively lor c-Bnh. Codmci n.'cnts solicited for anction or private sale. Rpj;uUr auction ealcs of boots, shaB, and haU even Thnrsdiiy. Ri-tuihr auction tKlno of dry gocdB, olothtng, earptt Cotiutin, etc., every Y ednesdey and 'J'Uurndiiy. 13 lit (So RAILROAD LINES. CAMDEN AND ATLANTIC RAILROAD. SHORTEST ROUTE TO THE SEA SHORE. THROUGH IN H,' HOURS. FIVE TRAINS DAILY To ATLANTIC CITY. On and after SAT URDAY", July 2, H70, traim will leave Y1NE STREET FERRY as follows: Special Excursion (when engaged) 6-1S A. M. Moil 8U0 A. M. Freight (with passenger car) -4fS a. M. Express (through lu 1 hours) 3-30 P. M. Atlantic Accommodation 4-13 P. M. Returning leave Atlantic Special Excursion 8 SS P. M. Mail 4-35 P. M. Freight (with passenger car) r. .110 A. M. Express (through In 1 y hours) 7-24 A. M. Atlantic Accommodation C-00 A. M. An extra Express Traiu (through in 1 hours) will leave Vine Street Ferry every Saturday, at 2 P. M. Returning, leave Atlantic City, Motuiuy, 9 40 A. M. LOCAL TRAINS LEAVE For Haddonlleld. 10-15 A. M., 2 P. M and 0 P. M. FerAtcoand intermediate stations, 10-15 A. M. and 0 1'. M. Returning, leave Haddonlleld at 7-15 A. M 1 P. M., and 3 P. M. Atco, at 0-22 A. M.and 12-15, noon. ON SUNDAY'S. Leave Vine Street Ferry at 8 00 A. M. " Atlantic City at 4-85 P. M. The Union Transfer Company, o. Sis Chesnut street (Continental Hotel), and No. 110 Market street, will call for baggage and check to destina tion. Additional ticket olilces have been located at No. 828 Chesnut street and No. 110 Market street for the sale of through tickets only. Passengers are allowed to take wearing apparel only as baggage, and the Company will uot be re sponsible ior au amount exceeding one hundred dollars, unless a special contract is in vie for the same. D. 11. MUNDY, 6 23 Agent. VEW JERSEY SOUTHERN RAILROAD LINE. i NEW ROUTE BETWEEN NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA VIA LONG BRANCH. An ACCOMMODATION TKA1F in the morning nd AN EXPRESS TRAIN in the Alternooon Irom each end of the routo. THE EXPRESS TRAIN will be lurrif-hed with SPLENDID PALACE CARS. NO CHANCE OF CARS BETWEEN PBILaHELPHIA AND SANDY HOOK. AfcK FOR TICKETS VIA PKMBEKTON AN LONG BRANCH. ON AND AFTER MONDAY, July 4, 1S70, trains will run as follows: LEAVE NEW YORK, from Pier No. 2s NORTH River, foot of Murray street, at el--l5 A. M. Accommodation aud 4 30 P. M. Ex press. LEAVE PHILADELPHIA, from foot of WALNUT Street, at 7-00 A. M. Accom n ouation and 3-80 P. M. Express. The NARKAGANSET IT STEAMSHIP COMPANY'S Magnlllcent Meumers Plj mouth Rock" and "Jesse Ikt" have been Cited up expressly for this business, the" former wilh vnt'ualletl aceommiulalunis, and will make the connection between New York aud Saudy LPbk. Pnstcpgers by this route can be served witli BREAKFAST or DINNER on the EUROPEAN PLAN in u myle vnHitrpaed by any llotelin America. Fare between Philadelphia and New York 310 Long Branch... 2-B For particulars as to connections for TOM'S RIVER, RED BANK, and all way stations, see the "Traveller V and "A pleton s Guides." C. L. KIMBALL, g 27 Superintendent. -T-ITEST JERSEY RAILROADS. COMMENCING THURSDAY, JUNE 80,1870. Leave Philadelphia, loot ot Market street (upper fe"wAa.M., Mall for Bridgeton, Salem, Vineland, Millvllle, Swedeeboro, and Intermediate stations. 9 10 A. M. Mail and Express for Cape May. 11 46 A. M., Woodbury Aooommodatlon. 8 16 P. M., Accommodation ior Cape May, Mill vllle, Vlieland, and way stations below Glassboro. 8-30 P. M., Passenger lor Bridgeton, Salem, Swedesboro, atd intermediate stations. 4 00 P. M , Fst Express, ior Care May only. 6 46 P.M., Passenger lor Swedesbsro and Clay ton, stopping at all stations on slgnul. Commutation tickets at reduced rates between Philadelphia and all stations. Cere May reason Tickets, good for four months irondate of I urchase, f0. Annual Tickets, 100. st "pplnir at all ttlons between (Massboro and 4 8i o May, and 12 o'c'ock noonor Swedeoboro, r relent J rain leaves uauiuou uauy i. w w a. m.. Fiely.Lt received In Philadelphia at second covered hrf below Walnut street. Kreitht delivery at No. 28 S. Delaware avenue. 8 16 " WM. J. SEWELL, Superintendent.