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THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, AUGUST 1G 1870.
A Horrible Adventure. The Paris Patrie sustains the well-earned reputation of the French press for producing sensational Anecdotes, by contributing the following to i hat species of literature; An adventure trnly horrible, and which if ruade the subject of a nielo-drama would cer tainly le denounced as improbable, hs just occurred in the environs of Viterbo, in the Pontifical States. A cattle dealer stopped at an inn on the road not far from the city. He seemed very well satisfied with the accommo dation and with himself, and he related to the innkeeper that be had just made an ex cellent bargain about Rome cattle, by which he had netted a Bum of five thousand francs. After supper be started for the city, bat had not gone far before he was attacked by three men v ho tried to get hiiu down. He de fended himself bravely, and succeeded in making his escape. He returned to the inn and related what had happened. At the same time he said ho would sleep there, as he did not wish, for fear of another attack, to re sume bis journey until the next morning. Accordingly, a room was prepared for him, and he retired to bed and soon fell asleep. In the course of the night he awoke, and heard some one speaking outside the door. What he heard filled him with herror. The inn-keeper was saying to some one, "lig the hole deeper in the garden. I will throw bin out of the window, and you can bnry him at once." The traveller understood tLe situation at once. Thoy were going to murder him, and the inn-keeper was in league with the murderers to share the plunder and conceal his body. lie immediately rose and dressed himself, and, arming himself with a spade, which was standing in a corner of the room, ho waited, it was not long betore ne heard some one approach the door. It was opened softly, and the cattle-dealer saw the inn-keeper about to step into the room. He immediately struck the wretch dead upon the floor with the spade. The cattle-dealer then lifted np the body, and, opening the window, beneath which he could perceive by the dim light three men and a pit dug for himself, he threw the body into the yard. The three men took np the body, which they did not recognize, and set to work to bury it. The cattle-dealer, without losing a hecond, crept down stairs, opened the door of the inn, and hurried off to give information to the Papal Carabineers. They soon arrived at the scene of crime. The three accomplices of the would-be murderer had just finished their dismal work. They were immediately arrested and recognized as the sons of the inn-keeper. It was they, doubt less, who. at the instigation of their father, had attacked the cattle-dealer on the road. Miniso in Arizona. A correspondent of the San Francisco Bulletin, who has been travelling in Arizona, gives some idea of mining affairs in that Territory in describing the Vulture mine, in which Eastern men are interested: At Wickenburg I had the pleasure of Bee ing a rare sight an Eastern mining company turning out bullion far above current ex penses. It is refreshing to an old Pacific coaster to witness an operation of this kind. It strengthens his hopes in the future, and is a bright spot in Arizona. Like most all East ern mining ventures, this was for a long time elapsed among the losing; and even now it is a wonder that it pays when ail the circum stances are estimated. I doubt if any Pacific coast superintendent would to-day take the Vulture mine and mill and prevent its running in debt. Yet a clever Christian gentleman 13. Sexton of the Nutmeg State is rapidly paying off the old debts of the -company, making many improvements, and getting nearly all his ore from shafts and tun nels, in pursuance of a plan of development inaugurated and still continued. The com pany s ten-stamp mill is at Wickenburg, fif teen miles from the mine, which is reached by an ascending road for eight and a descend ing one for seven miles, the latter end fol lowing a narrow canon, beset with gorges on either side for about three miles, in any of which the Apaches can lie concealed until the passer-by is within a few feet of them. Many attacks have been made in times not far in the past, and men killed and whole trains of mules captured. lut for its inviting charac ter to Indians, the road is pleasant to travel, and still the teamsters go over it willingly and take the chances. "But, returning to the subject, over this road the ore is drawn to the mill, and every drop of water used in and about the mine, shops, . boarding-house, stables, etc., is also drawn from Wickenburg. It is carried in barrels by teams going for ore. An immense sheet-iron tank, like a steam boiler drawn neon wheels, is filled each day and hauled out half way to water the passing team animals, The hauling of ore and water costs, by con tract, $8 per ton of ore. The miners are paid from to $05 per month, in gold bullion at coin rates, and their board included. Mill hands about the same. Wood delivered at the mill costs (8 per cord; before Mr. Sexton's management it cost $12, and so with the hauling of ore and water. Formerly supplies were purchased at retail in the local markets; now at wholesale with no extra cost but freight and commission; there were employed Mexican cooks at the mill, now Chinamen, by which the books show a monthly saving in the provision account of $iUO. "A corresponding recklessness formerly pervaded all branches of the business. Thou- sands upon thousands of dollars had been expended in superfluous machinery. Now may be seen $35, 000 worth of pans thrown afeide, which never were needed and can't be lined in the business. An Inefficient mining superintendent was looking for ore under the foot-wall, and upon the whole Mr. Sexton took charge of the Vulture property in a very discouraging condition. I heard no charges of wilful extravagance on the part of his pre decessors; no whining in any respect. All was pleasant words, such as ought to follow success. The mining superintendent, Mr. Taylor, an old Washoeite, assured me that . without any further development, he could supply the mill with pay ore for three years to come, and after passing through every than and tunnel, 1 cannot donbt his as.se r- tion. Laborers about the mines and mill are promptly discharged for drunkenness, pro fanity, or raising any disturbance among the workmen by tale-bearing or otherwise, when any of these offenses are positively known to the superintendent, and I am assured that . the apparent strictness of this disci pline is acceptable to the men. No whisky tuill or gambling den is allowed at the mine, and a fetore is Kept wnere workmen are sup plied with needful articles at a mere trifle above cost." How Monkeys abe Caught. The following . plan to catch monkeys beats the old plan of pelting the same animals with, stones to make them pick cocoanuts: Monkeys are such cunning creatures that one would suppose them much more difficult to catch than other wild animals. Pitfalls will take a lion, and the famished monarch i.t thn fort-st will, after a few davs starvation. uAit ifito tree waiaiiiaa las J, U; lg secured. Put how are monkeys caught? The epe family resemble man. Their vices are" unman. They love liquor and falL In Darfour and Sennaar the natives make fomented beer of which the monkeys are passionately fond. Aware of this, the natives go to the parts of the forests frequented by the monkeys, and set on the ground cala bashes of the entioincz liquor. As soon as . the monkey sees and tastes it, be utters loud cries of joy that soon attract his comrades. Then, an orgie beeins, and in a short time the beasts show all degrees of intoxioation. Then tLe negroes appear. . The drinkers are too far gone to mistrust them, but appa rently take them for- larger species of their own genus. The negroes take some np, and these immediately begin to weep and cover them with maudlin kisses. When a negro takes one by the hand to lead him off, the nearest monkey will cling to the one who thns finds a support, and endeavor to go off also. Another will trrasp him, and so on, till the negro leads a staggering line of ten or a dozen tipsy monkeys. Vfhen finally brought to the village they are securely cnged and gradually sober down, but for tv,o or three days a gradually diminishing supply of liquor is given them, so as to reconcile them by degrees to their state of captivity. PROPOSALS. p r.OPOS ALS FOR STATIONERY. Treasubt Department, Office of Internal Revenue, Washington, August 1, 1870. SEALED PROPOSALS will be received at this oflice until the first day of September, 1870, at 12 o'clock M., for supplying the Assessors and Collectors of Internal Revenue throughout that portion' of the United States lying east of the Rocky Mountains, except Montana and New Mexico, with the Stationery required for use in their respective districts for that part of the pre sent fiscal year commencing October 1, 1370, and ending June 31, 1871. There are in that portion of the United States for which proposals are solicited two hundred and twenty-eight collection districts, in each of which is an Assessor and Collector. These dis tricts have been divided Into geographical de partments. Contractors are at liberty to pro pose to furnish Stationery to the oQlcers of one or more of the Departments. The following is a lift of the States and Terri tories, and Districts la each, constituting the several Departments: First Department. Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New York. Number of districts, 59. Second Department. Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia, North Carolina, District of Columbia. Number of districts, 54. Third Department. South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Florida, Mississippi, Louisiana, Texas, Tennessee, Arkansas. Number of districts, 32. Fourth Department. Kentucky, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, Wisconsin, Missouri, Iowa, Minnesota, Kansas, Nebraska. Colorado, Dakota, and Wyoming. Number of districts, 83. No proposals will be considered unless accom panied by a bond, with sufficient sureties, in the sum of five thousand dollars ($ 5000), approved by a United States District Attorney, on a form to be furnished by the Department, conditioned that the parties Shall, in case of the acceptance of their bid, or any part of it, duly execute a contract with good and sufficient bonds for the due performance of the same. The Commissioner reserves the right to con sider and accept or reject each bid, item by item. The bids should be addressed to the Commis sioner of Internal Revenue, and Indorsed "Pro posals for supplying Stationery to Internal Re venue Olllocrs." Schedules of articles to be furnished will be forwarded from this office upon application, with conditions under which the articles are to oe delivered. J. W. DOUGLASS, 8 9 Sw Acting Commissioner. I7KG1NKKU OFFICE FOR HARBOR DEFENSES, It UNION BANK BUILDING, Baltimore, md. SEALED PROPOSALS, in duplicate, will be re- celved at this Oflice until 12 o'clock noon of the 12tli day of September next ensuing, for the removal of the following "OBSTRUCTIONS" from the Channel of James River, Virginia, below Richmond, viz. : At WARWICK BAR, about Dve miles below Rich mond, wreck cf three (3) small schooners, 60, 60 and 80 tons, old measurement. At DRURY'S BLUFF, about seven miles below Richmond, wreck of Iron-clad ram Fredericksburg, sunk with armor, guns, etc., on board; iron gunboat Raleigh, lno tons, old measurement, sunk with guns, etc., on board ; war steamer Jamestown, wooden, 1200 tons, sunk with guns, etc., on board ; steamer Curtis Peck, 4M) tons, old measurement; schooners Wythe, 800 tons; Roach, 225 tons; brig, ITS tons, and a small schooner of about 60 or 100 tons, name unknown. Also, 18 or so cribs of timber and stone, each 22 feet square, averaging 14 feet hlsth. At TRKNTS, or GRAVEYARD REACH, about ten miles below Richmond, wreck of schooner liai- lego, 250 tons, old measurement ; wreck or pilot bout Hume, 67 tons, old measurement. B-low AlKENb, or v akin A, aoout twenty miles from Richmond, 87 to 40 piles, part of remains ot old military bridge. proposals win oe received ior me removal or an the obstructions named above, or a portion, hut sin gle bids are preferred for the entire removal of all me ODBirucuoDS at eacn point us uameu aoove. Each nroDOsal must state the time within which the work will be finished, and the method or man nerjpl removal proposed at each point, whether by blasting or otherwise. Some or the wrecks are of considerable value, and It Is expected that the privilege of raising them will either be paid for by the contractors la money to the United States, or that their material will be taken In compensation for removing other wrecks wnicn are wortniess. The right is reserved to reject any or alt bids for any reason deemed sufficient by the undersigned. Proposals will be opened at 1-80 1. AL of the 12th day of September next ensuing, In presence of such bidders as may choose to attend. Forms of proposals to oe naa on application at tbisottice. . . Proposals must ne in aupiicate, ennorsea "rropo- sals for Removing Obstructions in James River," each accompanied by a printed copy or in is adver tisement, and addressed to .,,,.,. COL m. r, 1iia.iuiiiuu, Union Bank Building, S 11 6t Baltimore, Aid. QHIEP QUARTERMASTER'S OFFI CE. THIRD HIST., ilBFT, OF TUB 1SA8T, I Philadelphia, Pa., Aug. is, IsTO. Sealed proposals, in triplicate, will be received at this office until IK o'clock M. on MONDAY, Sept. IS, 1670, lor nuiuung a Buperintenaent Loage oi ones, at the National Cemetery at Annapolis, Md., accord ing to plans and specifications which can be seen at this ortice. The building to oe one story in neignt (ii reet from floor to celling), with a pitched roof, and of the following dimensions, vis. : 14 feet 8 iuches by IT feet 6 Inches, with a piazza on two sides 44 feet 6 Inches by 6 feet 8 int-nea. Preference will be given to builders, masons, or parties regularly engaged by trade la works of simi lar character. ..... The right is rese rved to reject any or an dius not considered to the interest of the public service. The euveloiies to be endorsed -proposals ror Lodge," and addressed to toe undersigned. HENRY O. HO DUES, Ma'or and Quartermaster I Army, I hf. or. Mr., Third 0,r. Mr.'s District, RAILROAD LINES. T EADING RAILROAD-ORE AT TRUNK I INI IV from Philadelphia te the Interior of Penn sylvania, the Schuylkill. Susquehanna. Dumber land, and Wyoming Valleys, the Nortfl, North weet, aad the Can ad a. STRING) ARRANGEMENT - Of Parsenger Trains, May 18, 18T0. . leaving the Company Depot at Thirteenth and Callowhiu streets, Philadelphia, at the following hours' MORNING ACCOMMODATION. At. T'80 A. M. for Reading and all Intermediate bibuuoh, ana Aiientown. jteturmng, leaves neau- i , uir v on x J.H.; arrives m i uuiiiipuii. v wrBi . MORNING EXPRESS. At 115 A.M. for Reading, Lebanon, Harrlsbnr Pottsvllle, Plnegrove, Tamaqna, Sunbury, Wl llamsport, Elroira, Rochester, Niagara Falls, Buf faro, wllkesbarre, PlttBton, York, Carlisle, Cham Dersburg, Hagerstowu, eto. The 7-80 A. M. tialn connect at READING with East Pennsylvania Railroad trains for iUlentown, eto., ana the 816 A. M. train connects with the Lebanon Valley train fer Harrlsburg, eto.; at PORT CLINTON with Catawlssa Railroad trains for Willlami.port, Liocb Haven, Elmlra; eto.: at HARKISBUKO with Northern Central, Cumber land Valley, and Sohuvl kill and Hunquehana trains for Northumberland, wiiuamgport, York, Cham bersburg, Plneirrove, eto. AFTER-NOON EXPRESS. Leaves Philadelphia at 830 P. M. for Reading Pottsvllle, HarriBhurg, etc.: connecting with Read ing and Columbia Railroad tralna for Columbia, eto IIITTSTOWN ACCOMMODATION. Leaves Pottatown at 6-a6 A.M., stopping at In termediate stations; arrive! in Philadelphia at 8 40 A. M. KeturLlmr, leaves Philadelphia at 410 P. M.t arrives In Pottatown at 616 P. M. READING AND POTTSV1LLK ACOOMMODA TION. Leave Pottsvllle at 6-40 A. M. and 4-20 P. M., and Reading at 7 80 A. M. and e-85 P. M., stopping at all way stations: arrive In Philadelphia at 10-20 A. M. ana 9 26 P. M. RetnrnlDg, leavei Philadelphia at 616 P. M.r, ar rives In Reading at 7 66 P. M., and at Pottsvllle at 8 40 P. M. Morning Express trains for Philadelphia leave 1I.nl.l..i U.ln A HI mt UnMnntM. n . ft A T arriving in Philadelphia at 1 P. M. Afternoon Exureas trains leave HarrlH-bnrir at 3-60 P. M.. and Pottsvllle at a-60 P. M., arriving at Philadelphia at 7-00 P. M. Karrlabnrg Accommodation leaves Reading at 7 16 A. M. and Harrlsburg at 4-10 P. M. Connect ing at Reading with Afternoon Accommodation reuth at 6-86 P. M., arriving la Philadelphia at '20 . Al. ill mw w..u, niv. v f w vp w . vu. . .vvwjU.Ui leaves Philadelphia at 12 80 boon, for Reading and all way stations; leaves Pottsvllle at 6-40 A. M.. connecting at Reading with accommodation train for Philadelphia and all way stations. All the above trains run daily, Sundays ex cepted. Sunday trains leave Pottsvllle at 8 A. M., and Philadelphia at 816 P.M. Leave Philadelphia for Reading at 8 A. M.; returning from Heading at 4-26 P. M. These trains connect both ways with Sunday trains on Perklomen and Cole brookdala Railroads. CHESTER VALLEY RAILROAD. Passengers for Downlngtown and Intermediate points .take the 7-30 A. M., 12 80, and 4-00 P. M trains from Philadelphia. Returning from Down lngtown at 0-20 A. M., 12-46. and 6-16 P. M. PERKIOMEN RAILROAD. Passengers lor Sohwenksvllle take 7-80 A. M, 12-80, and 6-16 P. M. trains from Philadelphia, re turning from Sohwenksvllle at 0-46 and 8-06 A. M., 12 46 noon, and 4-16 P. M. Staire lines for various points In Perklomen Valley connect with trains at COliegeviue ana ocnweuKBviue. COL.EBROOKDALE RAILROAD. Passengers lor Mount Pleasant and Intermediate folnts take the 7 80 A. M. and 4-00 P. M. trains rom Philadelphia, returning from Mt. Pleasant at 7-(o anu li no a. jlu. NEW YORK EXPRESS FOR PITTSBURG AND THE WEST. passing Reading at 1-46 and 10-05 P. M., and con necting at Harrlsburg with Pennsylvania and Northern Central Railroad Express trains for Pittsburg, Chicago, Williamsport, Elnilra, Balti more, eto. Returning Express train leaves Harrlsburir on arrival cf Pennsylvania Express from Pittsburg at 6 86 A. M. and 8 60 A. M., passing Reading at 7'28 A. M. and 10-40 A. M., arriving at New York 12 06 noon and 8-60 P. M. Sleeping cars accompany these trains through between Jersey City and Pittsburg without ohanire. A Mali train for New York leaves Harrlsburg at 8-10 A. M. and a 69 P. M. Mall train for Harrls burg leavei New York at 13 M. SCHUYLKILL. VALLEY RAILROAD. Trains leave Pottsvllle at 6-80 and 11-30 A. M., and (-60 P. M., returning from Tamaqua at 8-86 A. TV1 n .1 I.JIt aA A ( TV1 in . -uu j. v i; V vw & . au. SCHUYLK.lL.Li AND SUSQUEHANNA RAIL ROAD. Trains leave Auburn at 8-66 A. M. for Plneirrove and UarrlBburxr, and at 12-06 noon for Plneirrove. Tremont, and Brookslde, returning from Harrls burg at 8 4o P. M., from Brookslde at 3 46 P. M., anu lrom irev-int at o a a. iu. anu e-ue t , ai. TICKETS. Through first-class tickets and emigrant tickets to all U prlnolpal points in the North, and West ana ianuuaB. Exoursion Tickets from Philadelphia to Reading and sold by Morninif Accommodation Market Train, Reading and Pottatown Accommodation Trains, at reduced rates. Exoursion Tickets to Philadelphia, good for one day only, are sold at Pottsvllle and intermediate stations by Reading and Pottsvllle and Pottatown Accommodation Trains, at reduced rates. The following tickets are obtainable only at the .M Af U U . . .1 4'. .1 Her... Kin L1n..H,i. street, Philadelphia, or of G. A. Nloolls, General buperinienueni, Keauing. 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 woo eaoa, ior lammes ana nrms. Dine, or twelve months, for holders only, to ail points, at reauceu rates. CLERGYMEN residing en the line of the road will be furnished with earns entitling themselves and wives to tickets at hall fare. EXCURSION TICKE'lS from Philadelphia to nrlnoiDal stations, aood for Saturday. Sunday. and Monday, at reduced fares, to be had only at the Ticket Office, at Thirteenth and Callow hill Streets. FREIGHT. Goods of all descriptions forwarded to all the above points from the Company's new trettrht depot. Broad and Willow streets. MAILS close at the Philadelphia Post Office for all places on the road and its branob.es at 6 A. M., and for the Drlnolnal stations only at 2 16 P. M. FREIGHT TRAINS leave Philadelphia dally at 4-86 A. M., 12-80 noon, 6 and 7-16 P. M., lor Reading. Lebanon, Harrlsburg, Pottsvllle, Port Clinton, and points beyond. BAGGAGE. Dungan's Express will collect bairKaae for all tralna leavlnir Philadelphia Depot. Orders can be left at No. 226 S. FOURTH Street, or at the Depot, THIRTEENTH and CALLOW- HLLL) Streets. WEST CHESTER AND PHILADELPRIA RAIL ROAD COMPANY. , . . j MllVlllV inril A 1 C7H fr.ln. n.111 leave from the Depot, THIRTY-FIRST and CUES- NUT, as follows pmLAJ)ELpH1Ai -4S A.M.. for B. C. Junction, stops at all stations. Lis a.m.. for West Chester, stops at all sLatinna west of Media (except Greenwood), connecting at U. c junction ior waioiu, aguucit, tort iepoait, and staUons on the P. and B. C. R. R. 0-40 A. M. for West Chester stops at all stations. 11-60 A. M. for B. C. Junction stops at all stations. 2B0 P. M. for west c;neBter stops at ati btauoua. n P. M. for B. C. Junction stops at all staUons. 4-40 P. M. for West Chester stops at all stations west of Media (except Greenwood), connecting-at B. C. Junction for Oxford, Kenneit, Port Deposit, and ail ctitt.lnna nn tha P. A B. C. R. R. B-80 P. M. for B. C Junction. This train commences running on and after Jane , 1870, stopping at all tatlAntt. ' 6-&0 P M for west unesxer stops at an atanona. 11 -so P M. for West Chester stops st all stations, ii-ixi x. ml. PHILADELPHIA. B-SO A M. from B. C. JuncUon stops at all staUons. a !ii a. m. from West Chester stops at all stations. 1-40 A M. front West Chester stops at all stations be tween W. C. and Media (except ureenwaoa), con nectlng at B. C Junction for Oxford, Kenaett, Port Deposit, and all stations on the P. fc B, U b.vh am. from B. C Junction stops at all stations. mni 1. u. from West Chester stops at all stations. l-oo P M. from B. C. Junction stops st all stations. 10 p'm. from West Chester stops at all stations. am p m. from West Chester stops at all Btations. connecting at B. C. JuncUon for Oxford, Kennett, Port Deposit, and ail stations on the P. A B. C R K. aa P. M. from WeBt Chester stops at ail stations, connecting at B. O. JuncUon with P. t B. C. R. R. 00 P M. from B. C Junction. This train com- mences running on and after Jane 1st, 1870, stop- ping at all staUons grjNDAY8, s-OS A.M. for West Chester stops at all stations, con- netinr at B. C Junction with P. A B. C. R. R. 1-80 P. M. for West Chester stops at all stations. a-80 A. M. from West Chester stops at all stations, t 60 P. H. from West Chester stops at all stations, connecting at R. C. Junction with P. A B. O. K. 1L RAILROAD LINES. 1 Q7H -FOR NEW YORK THE CAMDEN lO I If. and Arnbov and Philadelphia and Trn- ton Railroad Companies llnna from i'hlladelDhia to New York and way Places. Fn WALWUT STRRST WHARF. At 6-80 A. M., Accommodation, and 8 P. M., Fx press, via Camden and Am boy, aad at S A. M., Ex press Mall, and 8 30 P. M., Aooommodatloa, via Camden and Jersey City. VIA TIUW JKRRET BOUTUKBTW KAIL BO AD. At T A. M. and 8-80 P. M. fur New York. Long Branch, and Intermediate places. At 6 P. M., for Ambv and intermediate stations. At S-S0 A. M.. 3 and 8-SO P. M for freehold. At 8 and 10 A. M.. 12 m . n an md s P. M. for Trenton. At 8-SO. 8, and 10 A. M.. 12 M.. I. 8-80. ft. 8, 8. and 11-80 P. M. for Bordentown. Florenoe. Bur- Ungton, Beverly, Delanoo. and Rtrerton. At o-av and 19 a.m., 12 M., 8-30, 6, 0, s, and 11-80 p. M. for Edgewater, Riverside, lUverton, and Palmyra. At c-30 ana 10 a. M., 12 M., ft, 6, 8, and 11-89 P. M. for Fish House. The 11-80 P. M. line leaves from Market Street Ferry (upper side). 1 BOM KBIf Bllf GTOH DEPOT. At 7-80 A. M.. 3-30, 8-80. and 6. P. M. for Trenton and Bristol, and at 10-46 A. M. and 8 P. M. lor Drlstol AtT-80 a. m a-80, and 6 r. M. for Morrlsvllls and Tullytown. At 7 80 and 10-48 A. M., -80, 5, and 6 P. M. for Schenck's. Eddington, Cornwells, Torresdale, and Holinesbnnr Junction. At 7 A. M.. 12-30. 616. and 7-80 P.M. for Bustle- ton. Holmepburif, and Holmesburg Junction. At t ana iu w a. m., 12 80, z so, 6 16, 0, ana 7 so P. M. for Taoony, Wlssinomlng, Brldedburg, and xranaiora. fSOH WIST FniLADIT.FHTA rroT, Via Connecting Railroad. At 7 and P-80 A. M.. la 46. 6 45. and 12 P. M.. New xorKitxpreae L.ines, and atjll-80 P. M., Emigran Ajido, via .iirmy uuy. 1, .1 7 and At B'80 A. M , 12-46, 6 46, and 12 P. M. for A 1A - " ' Trenton and Bristol. At 12 P. M. (nlsrht) for Morrlsvllle. Tullvtown. Schenck'a, Eddlngton, Cornwells, Torreadale, HoimesDurK j auction, l aoonv. wissmonunir. Bridesborir. and Frankford. 1 ne wau a. oi.( o 6 ana 12 p. a. Aiines will rua dally. All others Sundays exoepted. Sunday tdnes leave at -80 A. M.. 0 40 P. M.. and ii nigni. HELiYIDERB DELAWARE R A I LKO ADELINES, FKOX KKND1HQTOH DBPOT. At 7-80 A. M. for Nlaicara Falls. Buffalo. Dun- kith, jumira, itnaoa, uweiro, Kocneater. Kinirnam- ton, Oswego, Syracuse, Great bend, Montrose, wiiKteoarre, iscnooiey's Mountain, eto. At 7 so a. iu. ana s-ao p. m. ior scranton. Stroudsbura;, Water Gap, Belvldere, Easton, Lam- uoriviiio, ricmiuKion, eto. 100 B 00 r. ai Ltiuo oonneots direct with the train leaving Easton for jnauon ouunK. Aiientown, nettnebem, eto. At 6 P. M. for Lambertville and Intermediate stations. CAMDEN AND BURLINGTON COUNTY AND P EMBERTON AND HIGHTSTOWN RAIL- ROADS. FROM MABKBT STBKST FEBBY (tTPPKB BIDS), The 7 A. M. and 8-80 P. M. Unes leave from Wal nut street wharf. At 7 and A. M.. 1. 216. 8-30. ft. and 6-80 P. M.. and on Thursday and Saturday nights at 11-30 P. M. for Merchantsvllle, Moorestown, Hartford, juasonvme, iiainesport, ana mount nony. At 7 a. ju., 2 id ana 0 au r. al. tor Lumterton ana Med ford. At 7 auu v a. iu., 1. a ov, ana o r, m. ior amitu ville, Bwansvllle, Vincentown, Birmingham, and Pemberton. At 7 and 10 A. M., 1 and 8-80 P. M. for Le wlatown. Wrlghtstown, Cookstown, New Egypt, and Hor- nerstown.- At 7 A. M.. 1 and 8-80 P. M. for Cream Rid it e. Im- laystewn, bnaron, ana iiitratstown. Angubt 1, i7u. wm. a.. oaiiiuLii, Agent. T3HILAPELPHIA, WILMINOTON, AND BAI. TIMETABLE. COMMENCING MONDAY. JUNE 6. 1870. Trains will leave Depot, oorner of Broad street and Washington avenue, as tonows: Way Man 1 rain at 8-so A. fll. (Sundays exoepted), r Baltimore, stopping at all regular stations. Connecting at W'llmlngton with Delaware Railroad uuvi a- viii.u nibu Mmiu uinuvu ivauiuau and Maryland and Delaware Railroad, at Har Tina a. I I.IFlf.n w th S.mtT.ni ll.ntinl. U n 1 1 . .1 rington witn junction ana ureaitwater Railroad, at Seaford with Dorchester and Delaware Rail road, at Delmar with Eastern Shore Railroad, and at bans bury wita wioomioo ana pooomoke Rail road. Express Train at 11-45 a. M. (Sundays excepted). ior vaiuuuuro anu w asnwKion, stopping at w ll mingtuu, l erryvmv, tuu navro-ue-urace. Jon nects at Wilmington with train for New Castle. Express Train at 4 P. M. (sundavs executed), for Baltimore and Washington, stopping at Chester. Thurlow, Einweod, Olaymont, vvllmlngton, New port, etanton, newaia, r.mton. nortn ifast, CharleBtown, Perryvllle, Havre-de-Graoe, Aber deen, Perryman's, Edgewood, Magnolia, Chase's anu bieuiiner'i nuu. Maht Express at 11-80 P.M. (Daily), for Baltl UiUia uu ,f Bfluiufsvuu. ou'piu O.H VUUa.UI , Li 111 - wood, Claymont, Wilmington, Newark, Elkton, n .1 lU.oV.lfllrditl .lAnnln. Hk..an. 1 I. rsortn .cast, rerrvvuie, uavreie-uraoe, t erry man's, and Magnolia. Passongers ior fortress Monroe and Norfolk will take the u4 a. iu. train. W1LW.INOTON TRAINS. Stopping at all staUons between Philadelphia ana w umingtou. ....... T ... - Leave Philadelphia at 11-90 A. II 2-80. 6-00. ant T-00 P. M. The6-uu P. M. train conneois with Dela ware Railroad for Harrington and intermediate stations. Leave Wilmington 0-40 ana s-10 a. ri., 3-00. 4 00. and 7-16 P. M. The 810 A. M. train will aot stoo 'between Chester and Philadelphia. The 716 P. M. train irom Wilmington runs uaiiy; ail other ac commodation trains Sundays excepted. Train 1 leaving Wilmington at 0-46 A. M. and 4-00 P. M. will oonneot at Lamokln Junction with the 7 -CO A.M. and 4-80 P. M. trains for Baltimore Cen ral Railroad. From Baltimore to muaaeipma. ieave Balti more 7-Z6 A. M., way Man; 000 A. M., Express: 2'8B P. iu., jupreee, 1 o r. ax., njipresa. SUNUAX TltAlri CKOiU UALTlMUltE. Leaves Baltimore at 726 P. M., stopping at Mag. nolla. Perryrnan's, Aberdeen, Havre-de-Grace, Per- ryvine, cnariestown, iNortniiast, ituton.iNewart, Stanton, rtewporc, wumington, uiaymont, Lin wood, and Chester. On Sundays, leave Philadelphia for West Grove and Intermediate stations at 8 00 A. M.: returning. lelt W tit Grove at 8-66 P. M. Through tictets to an points wobi, esouth, and i. Aar n . o ha rst 1 1 rail o Hibar A fH .a VIa L.na DUUtUvlVOli UIDI VV ' vv uiv-4 tu i-ua. Viuuy. .1Ua Q9 Jheenut street, under Jontl Dental Hotel, where Inn n . X) (1AII1 .nil Hart h III Ml.-lklnif 1 1. w- mam he seoured during tLe day. Persons purchasing tlokets at this omoe oan have baggage checked at their residence by the Unlen Transfer Company. H. F. KENNEY, superintendent. TVTEW JERSEY SOUTHERN RAILROAD LINE. l NEW ROUTE BETWEEN JNB.W -tt-ltli, Aisu P111UV1JJLJ7HIA tiA LbMU liUAiMU An ACCOMMODATION TKA1F in .the morning aDd AN EXPRESS TRAIN in the Afternooon from each end of the route. THE EXPRESS TRAIN will be furnished with NO CHANCE OP CARS BETWEEN PHILADELPHIA AND SANDY noOK. ASK fOR TICKETS VIA PEMBERTON AND 1XI.NU WKAINL.U. ON AND AFTER MONDAY, July 4, 1S70. trains will run as follows: . LEAVE NEW YORK, from Pier No. 28 NORTH River, foot of Murray street, at 6-45 A. M. Accommodation and 4 30 P. M. Ex- PreB8, LEAVE PHILADELPHIA, from foot of WALNUT Street, at T-00 A. M. Accom- moaatlon and 8 -B0 P. M. Express. The NAKRAGANSETTTSTEAMSniP COMPANY'S Magniilceut Steamers "Plymouth Rock" and "Jesse Hoy t" have been fitted np expressly for this business, the former with unequalled aocoinmodatiutu, and will make the connection between New York and bandy Hook. Passengers by this route can be served with BREAKFAST or DINNER on the EUROPEAN PLAN n a ttyle umturpatvted by any Uuttl in America. Fare between Philadelphia and New York t-i-oo " " Long Branch... 8 B0 For particulars as to connections for TOM'S RIVER, RED BANK, and all way staUons, see the Traveller's" and "Applcton's Gutaea" 87 C. L. KIMBALL, Superintendent. THE PHILADELPHIA AND BALTIMORE CEN TRAL RAILROAD. CHANGE OF HOURS. On and after MONDAY, April a, 1810, trains will ran as follows : LEAVE PHILADELPHIA, from depot Of P., W. A B. R. R. Company, corner Broad street and Wash ington avenue For PORT DEPOSIT at 1 A M. and 4-80 P. M. For OXFORD, at 7 A. M.. 4-80 P. M. and T P. If. For CUADD'8 FORD AND CHESTER CREEK R. R. at 1 A. M., W A. M., 8 80 P. M., 4-30 P. M., and Train leaving PUadelphla at T A. M. connects at Port Deposit Wita iraui ior liaiumuru. Trams leaving Philadelphia at 10 A lu. and 4-80 P. u I....IHV oxford at SOO AM., and leaving Port Denoait at 9-10 A. M., connect at Chadd's Furf Juuo- UWIWWLULmWIW a jsaj; r, M RAILROAD LINES. PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL RAILROAD. " A FT EH I P. M.i SUNDAY. JTTIY 19, 1870. . ' The trains of the Pennsylvania Central Railroad leave the DepAt, at THIRTY-FIKST and MAR KET Streets, which is reached directly by the Mar- aet street ears, the last ear connecting wita eaoa train leavlnar Front and Market streets thirty ml notes before Its departure. The Cheanut and Walnut streets oars tan within ens square of the Depot. 1 Meepmg-car tickets ean be had on application at the Ticket Office, N. W. corner Ninth and Uhos nut streets, and at the Depot. Agenti 01 mo union lranater i;ompny win ran for and deliver baggage at the depot, orders left at No. Ml Cheanut street, or No. 116 Market street, will receive attention. TBAIMS LBAVB DBPOT. Mall Train 8 00 AM. Paoll Acoommodatlon.lO A.M. a. 12-60 and 7-10 P. M. Kant I.ln H-SO P. M. 111. 1MA'I17BB ...... A A W CL. 1L i-iarnsburg Aoeommodation s vo p. iu. Lancaster Accommodation . 4-iOP. M. Parkeaburic Train . . . . . 6-80 P.M. Cincinnati Express 8-00 P. M. jcrie mall and Plttabarg Express . . lo-so p. m. way raaaen ner ..... i-u r. au f rit) man leavei daily, except Sunday, running on Saturday night to williamsport only. On Sun day nignt passengers wm leave Philadelphia at s o'clock. Pittsburg Express, leaving on Saturday night, runs only to Harrlsburg. cinoinnati jcxpreas leaves aaiiy. Ail otner trams dally except Sunday. riie weatern Acoommoaation -iTain runs oaiij, except Sunday. For this train tlokets must be pro cured ana caugage aeuvereu cy r, dl. at ro. 110 Market street. Sunday Train No. 1 leaves Philadelphia at 849 A. M.jairives at Paoll at 0-40 A. M. Sunday Train No. S leaves Philadelphia at 6-40 P. M.t ar rives at Paoll at 740 P. M. Sunday Train No. l leaves Paou at e-60 a. in.; arrives at Philadelphia at 8-10 A. M. Sunday Train No. a leaves Paoli at 4 60 P. M. arrives at Philadelphia at 0 10 P. M. TBAIH8 ABBIVB AT DBPOT. Cincinnati Express . . . 810 A.M. Philadelphia Express 4. 0-uoa.iyi. Erie Mail ... r . . 0 80 A.M. Paoll Aooomraodat'n, rS A. M. k. 8 30 fc. S-40 P. M. Parkesburg Train .... B 00 A. M. Fast Line and Buffalo Express Lancaster Train . . . Erie Express ..... 9 84 A. M. . 11-66 A. M. 6-40 P. M. 0 40 P. M. . 12 20 P. M. 0-40 P. M. Lock Haven and Elmiia Express pacino r.xpress . . . . Harrlsburg Accommodation . For further Information apply to JOHN F. VAN LEER, Ja..Tloket Agent. No. 001 CHESNUT Street . FRANCIS FUNK, Tloket Agent. No. 116 MARKET Street. SAMUEL H. WALLACE, Tloket Agent at the Depot. The Pennsylvania Railroad Company will not assume anv risk for Baggage, except for Wearing Apparel, and limit their responsibility to One Hun dred Dollars in vaiue. ah Baggage exoeeuing that amount In value will be at the risk of the owner, unless taken by speolal eontraot. A. J. 1, 4 20 General Superintendent, Altoona. Pa. NORTH PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD THE SHORT MIDDLE ROUTE TO THE LEHIGH AND WYOMING VALLEYS, NORTH-. EHN PENNSYLVANIA. SOUTHERN AND IN TER 1( R NEW YORK, BUFFALO, (HIRny. ROCHESTER, THE GREAT LAKES, AND THE vvmusiKja or uaa alia. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. Takes ellect May 10, 1870. Sixteen Dally Trains leave Passenger Depot, corner of Berks and Amerloan streets (Sundays excepted), as follows: 7 uu a. in. ( Aooommoaauoni ior xort wasning ton. At7'88 A.M. (Express), for Bethlehem, Easton. Ai ientown, Mauoh Chunk,-Wllkesbarre, Williams port, Mahanoy City, Hazleton, Pittston, Towanda, Waverley, and lu connection with the ERIE KALl WAY for Bullalo, Niagara Falls, Rochester, Cleve land, Chics go, San Franolsoo, and all points m the Great West. 8 26 A. M. i Acoommoaationj tor uoyiestown. B 46 A. M. (axpres) for Bethlehem. Eavton. Al- lentown,MauehCbunk,Winiamsport,Wllkest)arre, Pittston, Scranton. Hackettstown, Sohooley'a Mountain, and N. J. Central and Morris and Essex Baiiroaas. U a. Ai. (Aooommoaation) tor tort Washington 1-16. 8 30. ana 6-20 P. M., for Abington. 1-46 P. M. (Express) for Bethlehem. Easton, Ai ientown, Mauoh ohuna, Mahanoy City, JMlkes- barre, pittston, ana uazieton. 2-so f. m. (Accommodation) loruoyiestown. At 8-20 P. M. (Bethlehem Accommodation) for Bethlehem. Easton. Aiientown, Corlav. and Mauch Chunk. 4-16 P. M. (mail) ior uoyiestown. fi-oo P. M. lor Bethlehem. Easton. Aiientown. and Mauch Chunk. 6 20 P. M. (Accommodation) ior Aiansdaie. 8-00 and 11 SO P. M. (Accommodation) for Fort Washington. The Filth and Sixth streets, Seoond and Third streets, and Union Lines city cars ran to the Depot. IhAin 3 Aiuu ci xn rniuvwcajrniA rnuLU Bethlehem at 8 66, and 10 86 A. M.; 2 16, 6 06, and 8 26 P. M. Doylestown at 8 26 A. M., 4 40 and 7'06 P. M. Lanedale at 7-30 A. M. Fort Washington at 9 20 and 11-20 A. M., 8-10 and 046 P 1VI Ablngton at 2 85, 4-66, and 8-46 P. M. ON SUNDAYS. Philadelphia for Bethlehem at 0 30 A. M. Philadelphia lor DoyleBtown at 2 00 P. M. Philadelphia for Fort Washington at 8 30 A. M. and 7-00 P. M. Doylestown for Philadelphia at 6-80 a. uL. Bethlehem for Philadelphia at 4-00 P. M. Fort Washington for Philadelphia at 9-80 A. M. and 8-10 P. M. Tickets sold and baggage checked through to principal points at Mann's North Pennsylvania Baggage Express Office, No. 106 S. Fifth street. May 16, 1870. ELLIS CLARK, Agent. T)HILADELFHIA, GERMAJ i K1STOWN RAILROAD. TIME TAB! GERM ANTO WN AND NOR- TABLE. On and after MONDAY , fuly 18, 1870, , FOR GEKMANTOWN. Leave Philadelphia 6, 7, 8, 9 06. 10, 11, 12 a. M., 1, 2. 25 , 8fc, t, 4, 4X, 616, 6X, 8, VA, 7, 8, 9, 10-06, 11, 12 f. M. Leave Germantown 0, 6 (5, 7X. 8, 8-20, 9, 10, 11, 12 A. M., 1, 2, 8, 8X, , i T, 8, 9, 10, 11 P.M. lhe 8'2o ao wn train, aud ZX, and 6 v up trains, will not Mop on the Germantown Branch. . ' ON SUNDAYS. Leave PhlladelphU at 9ii A.M.,1, 4-05, T, and 10X F. M. Leave Germantown at Vi A. M., 1, 8, 6, and 9 P CHESNUT HILL RAILROAD. Leave Philadelphia 6, 8, 10, and 12 A. M., 2tf , 8, 6)a.Ti 9, and 11 P.M. liaveChetuut Hill 710, 8, 9-40. and 1140 A. M 10, 8 40, 6 40, 6-40. 8 40, and 10 40 P. M. ' ON SUNDAYS. Leave Philadelphia at V- A. M., 2 and P. M. Leave Chesnut UiU at I M A. M., 12-40, 8 40, and 9-2b P. hi. parengeri tsklng the 6-66, 9 A. M., and ti P. M. trains fiuin Geru.antown will make olose connec tions with the trains for New York at Intersection FORcbNSHOHOCKEN AND NORRISTOWN. Leave Philadelphia e, 1)4, . nd 11 06 A. M., IX, Leivi Nonlstown 6U, e-26, 7, 7Ji, 8-60, and U A. M.,l,8,,8 , Leave Philadelphia 9 A. M., , 4, and TU P. M. Leave Norriitowu 7 A. M., 1, V. and tf P. M. FOR MANAYUNK. Leave Philadelphia 0, 1lA, 9, and 11-05 A.M., IX, 8, 4V, 6, '2i X. 'i 10 nu UX F. M. leave Manayunk 6, 0 i6, 74, 8 10, 9 20, and 11J, A.M.,2,86,8W,andu10P.M. Leave Philadelphia 9 A. M., 2f, 4, and 7V P. M. Leave Manayuna 7 A. M , 1,6 and i P.M. PL MOO fli RAILROAD. Leave Philadelphia 8 P. M. Leave Plymouth ev A. M. Ihe 7V A.M. train from Norrlstown will not stop at M ogee's, Potts Landing, Domino, or Sohur's Lane. The 6 P. M. train lrom Philadelphia will stop only at School Lane, Wirslnoming, Manay unk, Civen Tree, and Conshohocken. passengers taking the 7, 9-06 A. M. and tli P. M. trainslrom Ninth and Green streets will make olose connections with the trains for New York at In tersection Station. A . . , The 9f A. M. and P. M. trains from New York eonneot with the 1 and 6 P.M. trains irom Ger mantown to Ninth and Green streets. 6 20 W. S. WILSON. General Snp't. nHE PHILADELPHIA AND BALTIMORE CEN. I n'KAL RAILROAD CO. TRAINS FOR PHILADELPHIA leave PORT DEPOSIT at 916 A M. and 4-85 P. M., on arrival of trains from Baltimore. OXFORD at St A M., 10 38 A. M.,' and 6-80 P. M. CBADD'S FORD at 7-9S A. M., 12-00 M., 1H0 P. M., '"peugert areallo'wed to take wearing apparel only as baggage, and the company will not be re Bponsibie lor an amount exceeding one hundred dar. unless special TooJ, til Pcseol .wtf-WsageBt. AUO riON 8 ALES, MTUOMAR (t. HONS. NOS. 130 AND 1 e B. yODUTH STREET. Sale t the Anrtton Rooms. SUPERIOR PARLOR, OIIAMHKU, LIHRART, i AND IINO-RtK)M FURNITURE, Wlrrors, I large Fire-proof Safe, Walnut Oflice Fnrnitnre, ' Fine D odd in it, China, Olasswarc, Refrigerators, Moves, Fine arpets, Etc On Thursday Morning, Auirnst 18, at 0 o'clock, aiout 600 tots snperlar household furniture, comprising a general axaort mcnt, SKCt rpiloMAS P.1RC1I ft SON, AUCTIONKh.US DU A COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. UlOCIIffl NUT Street; rear entranoe No. 1101 8an9fm strwL BY BARRITT 8t CO AITCTIONEERS. CASH AUCTION HOUhE, No. S30 MARKET Street, corner of Bank street Cash advanced, on consignments without extra charge. 11 24t FIRST FALL TRADE SALE. ? 1000 CASES BOOTS, SHOES, BROUANS, KTO., of Eastern and city manufacture, by catalogue, em two months' credit. ' On Thursday Morning, Aug. 18. commencing at 10 o'clock, comprising eviry variety of ladies , misses', children's, men's, boys', and youths' wear, suitable for tlrsU:las city and country trade. 8 11 St CONCERT BALL AUCTION ROOMS, No. lit CHESNUT Street. T. A. MCCLELLAND, AUCTIONEER. Personal attention given to sales of household fur niture st dwellings. Public 'sales of furniture st the Auction Renins, No. 1219 Chesnut street, every Monday aud Thar, day. For particulars see "Public Ledger." N. B. A superior class of f urnit ure at private wat UNTINO, DURBOROW ft CO., AUCTION SKH, Nob. 232 and 234 MARKET street, corner of Bank street. Successors to John B. Myers A Co. LARGE SALE OF BRITISH, FRENCH, GERMAN, AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS. On Thursday Morning, August 18, at 10 o'clock, on 4 months' credit. 8 It St IMPORTANT SALE OF CARPETINQ9, OIL I'T ITT1U 171' On Frtday Morning, August 19, at 11 o'clock, on four months' credit, about 200 pieces ingrain, Venetian, list, hemp, cot tage, and rag carpetlugs ; oil cloths, rugs, etc. 8 13 st MARTIN BROTHERS, AUCTIONEERS (Lately Salesmen for M. Thomas A Hons.) No. 104 Chesnut st., rear entrance from Minor. Sale at No. 616 Spruce street. CHOICE ANTIOIIE FUKNITURW. THE SELECTION OF MR, WM. KULP. On Monday Morning, Ang. 29, at 10 o'clock, by catalogue, at No. CM Spruce street, a selection ef choice Antique Furni ture, including Three especially Ann nigh case clocks, with bronze dials, in perfect condition ; cu rious tables; chairs; bedsteads; cases or drawers; bureaus; secretaries; .WUlium Penn studio chair: looking glasses; jNanmn ana antique cnina ana glassware; curious mantel ornaments; very One old and rare engravings, framed ; complete set andirons ; shovel and tongs; bellows and foot stool to match; llnp carpets, etc. 8 13 13t OSEPn PE.NN AUCTIONEER, NO. 1307 CHESNUT 6 TREET. K Y . f6 23tf K X N LOUISVILLE, OKOBOX W. AWDTHBOH. H.O. STTJCSX. THOMAS ANDERSON k OO. (Kntablinlied 1H2H). AUCTIONEERS AND OOMMliSMON MESOHANTS. LOUI8VILLE, KY. Btuiineat itriotlr Oasamiaaion. Ail aootion' sales exola. siTely for cub. Conaignmenta solicited for auction or private aaloa. RegnUr auotion aalea of boot, shoes, and faaU evesf Thursdsr. ...... Regular auction sales of dry 'goods, clothing, earpefc noKnni, eto., every Wednesday and Thnrday. ilUllm RAILROAD LINES. PHILADELPHIA AND ERIE RAILROAD. SUMMER TIME TABLE. On and after MONDAY, May so, isto, the tralai en the Philadelphia and Erie Hallro&d run as follows from Pennsylvania Railroad Depot, Wast Philadelphia; WBBTWARB MAIL TRAIN leaves Philadelphia 10-20 P. M, " Williamsport 8 00 A.M. arrives at Erie 7 to P. M. ERIE EXPRESS loaves Philadelphia 10-60 A. M. Williamsport 8-16 P. LU. arrives at Erie 726 A. M. ELM1R A MAIL leaves Philadelphia 7-60 A. M. " Williamsport 6-00 P.M. arrives at Look Haven 720 P. &L BALD EAGLE MALL leaves Williams port ... 1-30 P. M. u " arrives at Lock Haven 2-15 P. M. A8TWABD. MAIL TRAIN leaves Erie ... 8 60 A. M. Winiamsport 9-28 P. M. arrives at Philadelphia 6-2o A. M. ERIE EXPRESS leaves Erie . 9-00 P. M. " Williamsport 8-15 A. M. arrives at Philadelphia 6-30 P.M. ELM IRA MAIL leaves Williamsport - 9 46 A. M. arrives at Philadelphia 9 60 P. M. BUFFALO FXP. leaves Wllllamspert 12 26 A. M. " " Harrlsburg 6 20 A.M. arrives at Philadelphia 9-25 A. M. BALD EAGLE MAIL leaves Li. Havea 11-36 A. M. " arr. Wllllamsp't 12 60 P. M. BALD EAGLE EX. leaves Lock Haven 9-86 P. M. arr. Williamsport 10-60 P. M. Express Mall and Accommodation, east and west, conneot at Corry, and all west bound tralai ant Mail ai .Accommodation east at Irvine ton with Oil Crook and Allegheny River Railroad. WM. A. BALDWIN. Qeneral Superintendent. pAMDEN AND ATLANTIC RAILROAD SHORTEST ROUTE TO THE SEA SnORE. THROUGH IN HOURS. FIVE TRAINS DAILY TO ATLANTIC CITY. On and after SATURDAY. July , 1ST0, trams wlU leave VINE STREET FERRY as follows: Special Excursion (when engaged) 615 A. M MaU 8-00 A. M. Freight (with passenger car) -45 A. M Express (through In hours) 8-30 P. M. Atlantic Accommodation 4 16 P. la Returning leave Atlantic Special Excursion ti-35 P. M. Mail 4-80 P. tL Freight (with passenger car) ll-oo A. M. Express (through In Wi hours) T-24 A M. Atlantic Accommodation 66 A M. An extra Express Train (through in i hours) will leave Vine Street Ferry every Saturday, at 8 P. M- Rfcturning, leave Atlantic City. Monday, 940 A. M. LOCAL TRAINS LEAVE For Haddonfleld. 10-16 A M., 9 P. M. and 6 P. m. Fcr AU o and Intermediate stations, 10-15 A M. . and 6 P. M. Returning, leave naddonfield at 7-16 A M., 1 P. M., and 3 P. M A too, at 6-22 A. M. and 12-15, noon. ON SUNDAYS. Leave Vine Street Ferry at 80 A. M. Atlantic City at 4-S5 P. M. The Union Transfer Company, No. 82S Chesnut street (Continental Hotel), and No. 110 Market street, will call for baggage and check to dcstlna lon. Additional ticket offices have been located st No. B'lS Chesnut street and No. 116 Market street for the sule of through tickets only. Passengers are allowed to take wearing apparel only as baggage, and the Company will not be re sponsible lor an amount exceeding one hunarea dollars, unless a special contract w made for tha game. D. U. MLNDi, 6 28 Agent. hTE8T JERSEY RAILROADS. SUMMER ARRANGEMENTS. COMMENCING THURSDAY, JUNE 80,1879. Leave Philadelphia, foot of Market street (upp' f8-oo 'A.M., Mall for Brtdgeton, Salem, Vlnelaad, MMvlUe. swedesboro, and intermediate stations. 9 to A. M. Mail and Express for Cape May. 11 46 A. M-, Woodbury Aoeommodatlon. . 8 16 P. M., Aeoommodatton ior Cape May, Mill- Vllle. Vineland, and way stations below uiassooro. H-.tn p m.. fassenuer ior xinogeton. Salem, Swedesboro, and intermeaiate stations. : 4 04) P. M., Fast Express, for Cape May only. 6 46 P. M., Fanaengr lor Swedesboro and Clay, ton, stopping at all statloni on signal. ... ""undsy Mall Train leaves Philadelphia at 711 A. M returning, leaves Cape May at 610 P. M. Commutation tickets at reduoed rates betweel Philadelphia and aU stations. Cape May Season Tickets, good for four months from date of purchase, e&O. Annual Tickets, ioo. Freight Train leaves Camden dally at 9 20 A. M.. stopping at all stations between Glassboro and Cat-e May, and 12 o'clock noon for Swedeioora, Sfet cKn Philadelphia at eooal covered wharf below Walnut street. Freight delivery at No. 828 S. Delaware ayea-ja. iiJ WM. J. SEWaLL. Superintendent. TOnN FARNl'M 3t CO., COMMISSION MEX 1 chnu n(liMoalaotair of Oooeeto Tuikipa ef;V Kb. h vufti&yi: nun rwtiifttifc t-