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Ivery other day advertleeraaata. to rW
.aa, additional, y r rf' ,
Editorial aelleee M Mali net 11, each .laser-
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at. art. t ..... Ae. Iui aamilttntl at ea-k-aaiaai
asaa-ia- V. aa-pe, WIIIMII B HIM ,
Advortieeraeale skoal, be bended 1 ky twelve
o'clock, m. i t
n a. i.xj x o Jk. .o m
ALTIMORK AND OHIO RAILROAD.
WAewnreTOB. Dm. 1. IMA.
Tralae between WMMNOTOH aad BALTI.
MOKE, and WASUMaTOIf AUD 'Till WIST,
are bow run aa followa, vis t
Leave dally, exeept Saaiay, at .10, 6.00, ead
H.Ul.IiljUidJ.00, 4.), 7.M aid too p.n.
TOB Atli WAT BT1TI0KI.
tT dallj, tzetpt Sanday , at 30' a, m. aid
8'B,pRIircn,At WAY STATI01H, Till
Bladfaabarf; BaltarllU, Laarali Annap4ll
Jaactloa, and Blar llomia, laava at 6 JO aad 100
a. m., nd a. 00 u 4,(0 . a, dally, aiMplBno.
T' FOB ASITAPOLH.' ! -
LtaM Ik 93 and 1. 00a.m., aid A.Mp.B.
dally, znvl laldaT. B traU I M frai aa
tapolla an laidv
OS IUSDAT. l
. .fim nar.TfUAIlC
LT4 It (C00 a.U. aid 490.7, M apj 5.00 p. BW
tOB WAT BTAtlOJUA 5.
LiT it i.00 a.1 .!. OOP. ai. - -
FUR ALL PABT1 OF TUB WIST.
LuTa dally, axMpt taaday, at Jio ,' n. aad
loop. n. i"" 't
Oa Saodar, at .00 p. B. oalr, ataacetlaz
at Balaj Biatlaa wltk tialai frn;l)lUinof ,t
Wheallar, l'arktrtbarf, Aa.
Tbnaiili Utkata to tba Wait eiatx hid at tht
Waahlaatoa Btatloa Jlckat OOca at all koara la
Ikt dar, at vail aa at tki DiVllM U tka Aatar
lraa Talamph Balldlajr, Faaaaf Uaala araaaa,
batwaaa F0ttraad-a-kalraod BUtk atrwta.
Fat Maw Tatk,' ruladalpkla, aad Baaloa.aaa
adTartlaanaat at 'Throazk Llaa.
W. P. UIITO,
Uaatar af Traaaportatloa.
L. II. COLE.
Oaaaral Tlakat Af aatj
ato. s. Kooirrr. it.ni. '
OTICB TO SOUTHERN TRAVELERS.
TUE OLD ASD DIRECT LIB 1 KOTIBXLY COX
FLXTED. BTAQIHa SxriBAXT DIBOOSTISTIID.
M MILES IUORTIS AHO 3 nOBBB OUICSSB
TUAS BT ABT OT1IIR RODTK.
Oa aad aftar IIOBDAT, Baataratxt 13, tba aid
aad faTOttUllaa fcam WASniBOTOir.Tla FRED-
KRlCKSUURa. to BICUMOKD. vllt ba ma
TWICE DAILT, (Saodij jljbta axeaptad,) aafol-
Tba faat aad comnodloci alaamar KSTPORT,
Caplala Fraak UalllDiahaad.aad O.TABDER
BlLT.Captala A. L. Colmary.wlll latra tba wharf,
ale bla axeaptad,) al 7 a.m , aad AiA p a.,
arrlTlat at Ai)ala Craak brl0 30a.n , and 1133
p. bl, aad thaaca by tba Rlcbmoad, Fradarleka
barf, aad Potomao Railroad, bow aatlraly eom
plaud, to Rlcbmoad, atrtTlaz tbara at z.ao p. m ,
aad 0 30 a. m.f affordlaK atopla tlaiafor dialog la
Rlcbmoad, aad making aoaaectloaa with tba
Rlcbmoad aad Paterabarr Railroad fof Patara
bars aad polata aoatb of Patarabarr. , .
Tba ataamar laaTlog WaabJaxtoa at 8.43 p. m.,
arrtTaa la Bleantoad at ft. 20 a. m. , affording am
pla tlma for braakfaat, aad coauectloa wlta tba .
Rlcbmoad aad DaaTllla tralaafarDaaTllla. Va.t
Oraaatboro', Ballabary, Cbarlollo, Ralalfb.
Ooldaboroarb, 'aad Wllailofftaarf M , C," ' and
Cbaatar, B. v
Oa B0HDAT8 la WABBIXaTOH at 7 a. m.
aaly, aad arrlt a la Rlcbmoad at $.25 p. ra.
Baiiara abackad tbroath 'to Klckmaad from
Baw York, rklladalpkla, Baltimore aad Waab
lagtoa, aad aaaampaalad by tkroik ba((4
Tbroath tick an from B.TarktaBlakaioad $17 00
""" . 4. pbiiad'a 13 60
BalUmora " 10 00
1 waahiaftoa Aoo
1 BaltlmatoFred,f.. too
.1 1 u waaklattoa ''a.M
aicoxD ciata TKaocoarricxvja
h Fredarlekabara SOO
r.m i.t,pMmrad la Haw York at no. X3 Broad
way. aadalOoartlaadatrealifarry, la Pklla'i
aclpaia, 11 o nipvi ..,!., .. -mlactoa
aad Baltimore Railroad Campaay.Broad
aad Prima atreata la Balllmore,atthaCamdaa
Slatloa of tka Baltimore aad Okl Railroad Com.
paay. la Waaklattoa, at Iko Oampaay'a aBaa,
at tba coraar of PaaaaylTaala araaoaaad Slxtk
ilrMl. aad oa board tba Polamaa alaamboata.
Paaaaatara leaTlaa Naw Tark at 7 aad i a. m. t
d aad 7 p.m'.Phllalolpblaal 1.11 p. ra (DAT,)
aad 11.11 p.ra (mallT,) and Baltimore al ISO,
4 li. aad ( i.ia ,3.3ft aad 4 30 a. m arrUa la
Waablaftoa al 4 2, 4 60, and 7.44 p.m., aad ft
aad SaTra, laampla tlma to maka ooaaactlaaa
for Rlcbmoad aad IbaBoatk.
nw.xmm and ftaaaaao Waaoaa will ba la
raadlaaaa to aoatay paaaaagara aad baggaga ka-
twaoa dapoia la maamooa. ..,...
Vernon, aad may baTa aa opportaaltr otTlaltlag
aafaral kattla-Aalda aaar Fr.dariokabarg by
atopplng at tbat polat . . w M ..
llagiiga will ba abackad from BawTark. Phil,
adalpbla, aad Balllmara to Waaklagtoa.waara II
will aa mat by tba bag gaga maalara of thla llaa.
Breakfaat aad aappar oa board of aUamara
010. UATTtBOLT, taparlataadaat,
W. D. OILKERSON, Agaal,
0,7 Waaalagloa, P.O.
-pUILADELPinA, WILMINGTON, AND
JL BXLTiatuttB jiaiuavAu.
K......I.. atOBDAT. Dacambar lttb. 1SS4.
tralaa will laata dapot, aoroar of Bread llreat
aad Waiklagton ataaaa, aa followa t
Eiprere Trala al 4.03 a. m., (Koadaya ax
aaplod.) for Baltimore aadWaahjagtoa. atopplog
at Wllmlagloa, Parryillla. UaTra-da-Oraca,
Abaraean, rarryroaa-a, .a"-. ,
Way Mall Trala at 8. lft a. m., (Saadaya ax
.....j 1 r.. Hatilmara. atooalaff at all rafalar
atalloaa. aoaaactlag with Dataware railroad at
Wllmlagloa for HUford, Ballabary, ana ibutob
.!.,.,, Trala at LIS p m . (Saadaya ax
eaotad.l for Baltimore aad Waahlngtoa, Hopping
al Cheitar, Wllmlagtoa, Xlktoa, rarryrUla,
bpraaa Trala al S.0O p m., (Saadaya ax
eaptad,) for Baltimore aad Waahlngtoa, Hopping
aB-a( uaB VAaafraiBtlp aflafljata Tff Aat ItAaimt
Perryrllla, UaVre-da-araaa, Parrymaa'a, aad
Bight Expraaa at 11.11 p. m , for Baltimore
and Waahlogton, atopptag al Cbaatar, (only to
taka Baltimore and Waahlagtoa paaaaagara,)
Wllmlagtoa, Bawark, Elktoa, Borthaaat, Par
ryrllla, aaa uaTre-acuraca.
Paaaaagara for, Fortraaa Moaroa wll( taka tba
11. n t.alil.
ACCOMMODATION TBAIUS Stopping at all
atatloaa balwoaa Fbiladalpbia aad W timing.
,0LaaTa FbUadalpbla at 11.00 a. ra., 4. 00, 0.30
aad 10. 00 p. ta. Taaawp. m. iraia oaaaacia
wltk Dataware Rallroaa ror Miuora aaoi iatar
Lea-n Wllmlagtoa at 7. U and t. 90 a. m. , X 30
aad 0.30 v. m. '
TIIROlfail TBAIBS FROM B1LTIM0RK-
LaaTO WUxalBglOB aitam., a. aa, a.ooaaav.ea
'lar at 8.15, 10.14 a. ra., 1A80, 8.13, 4.C4, 7.30
aad 9.00 p. m.
Expraaa Trala at A Oft a. m. for Baltimore aad
Waahlagtoa, atopplog at Wllmlagtoa, Parry.
Tllla. lfareda'Oraea, Abardaaa, Parrymaa'a
Hlgbl Expraaa at 11 jlft p. m. for BalUmora
aud Waahlngtoa atopplog at CheaUr, (for Baltl
more ft.. ....a'M '-"i. j mimiagion.
Bawark, Elktoa, Borth-Saal, Perryrllla. and
Aceommodatloa Trala at 10 p, to, for Wll
nlagtoa aad Way Etatloaa.
'nil.TIUORB FOR FIIILADELPntl.
Lena Baltimore at . 23 p. ra.. Hopping at
MaTro-da-Oraaa, ParryTllla aad Wllmlagtoa.
ii.n.inniit Slktoaaad Bawark (to taka aaa.
aaagarafoa Pklladalpkla aad leaia paaaaagara
from Wuklagloa or Balllmara,) aad Cheater to
laaTa paaaaagara mm Baltimore ar naaaiag
Laara Wllmlagtoa for Pklladalpkla at 8.30
P' fenu BALTIUORI TO PHILADELPHIA.
Laata Baltimore 8.3a a. m.. Way UaJl j 1,10
p. m., Expraaai 4.10-p. m., nay raia a.ao
LaaTa Cbaatar at 8.-7 a. m., LM aad 11. M
V Laaya WUmlagtoa al 0,18, . 43a. m., LJ3,
FBEiaHT.TBAlK, with paaaaagar air at.
'aaehad, will laaya Wilmington for ParryTllla
aad lalarmadlata atatloaa at 7, oft p. ra.
ull " iw-"! aopennvaiaaii.
"m''Jm?'1farmt WB'BaBBata4a1Si Baa, a IT ra fi aa-.a an .n.iiai ilriaji if ...J A . a 1 . ff L .. . . I.. .. . . . ....
- - TT"""T -1 " "- 'ttTTTTawn awiiflw wrjjMiu- -wj eKt. nnrmfttim.
VT-. . lt'tjjtiuH.t.'A- Jit . nrr-AH . nAl.Mn. Hl"lm..miir .a taTftimi.1. .;,i
... ". Jl SavSt-"w "3r.W"" ttllf'riHMttflUUH 91 -:
A - i i t lOIFflin. Bin Till I V 1 .JLiSJIlUB. BBU.aU. G t Iff P fl BlHi I B( M BOB 1 IBB Jl
'Ib'II''' 1" llllr 1 T'Aml( ll''ll l''ll;"l''l my (ImbF a; IB Ma.
Il..h J . ... ,r e'i rti 1 1 ' ea i . ... r . ., .. . ;
GREAT PENNSTLVANIA ROUTS TO
JfOBTH ABD WBEf.
TOCB plltT TBA.Ba.
OB ABD AFTER NOVEMBER 20, 18U, Iralaa
will run aa follow! I
a II.ihWuL'b. TLaa.a H.Ha
ErpreaaHall 8.30 a.m. 800a.m.
FaatLlaa,....,,..,,. S.SOa.la, 13.10 p.m.
Plttaborgh aad Erla EX..4 40p.m. 7.20 p.m.
ntltbl'gaaadElmlxaEx.7.30p.ra. 10.00 p.m.
TWO TBAIBB OB BTJBDAT,
Laarlag 'Waahlagtoa at 8J0 aad 7,80. p. m
BLZXPiap CASE OB ALL BiatiT TBAIBS.
yCara raa lkreagh',frcWSalfrmota to Pitta,
pargh, Erie or Ilmtra, wllhoal abaagr.
aaar-aor aicaaiaaaaaay larormatioa apply at
Ibaoaoaof tha Great PaaaaylTaala Bont.,aor.
Batloaal Ilotal, and Foortaaath atreat, cornar of
PaaaaylTaala ayaaaa, oppoalta Wlllarda Uolal,
Waaklagtoa. . ' rJ. K. DUBAI1BT,'
Paaaaagaraad Tlckat Agaat,
JBO,aiLLETT, Puuigar Ajaat, no20-tf
,HBW 70EK IiinfiB,
THl OAKDM iJJO'ASlBOT AHD FHlLiDIL-
Tini jUTD TBXSTOIV RULE01D COUPA-
r&oK rmLdisurnxA to nw toes
AUD WAT PLACID
note WAwrrjr btkiit waist ahd
VZXX L11TI Al jrOLLaOVI. Till Tift.
At 0 a. a. , tU Cattn and Aaboy--0, and "
A. AMOtomodatloBa.... ....1U
At 6 a. m.i tU Camdom aad JtmrQty
flw Jrir Aeeummodfttloa S.1S
At 8 a. m., via Camlea aad alarMjCltj
lloralnf Expr4..,,.,...a.....A...... 8.00
At 8 a. m., via Camdta and JcrierCUr
2J CIbib. TaPtttkl i. M
At 11 jl bl, Tla Keaalagtoa and Jtrier
CltTaw.EXt.rala8i ..... a............".. JL OO
At 11 ta. a tla jCmdn aod Aiaboy J. aad
At 2 p. ra , tla Camden and Atnboy C, and
a Acccjmnoaaaitona. ,. ., at. ,.
. Expraaa ......4..,, 8,00
1 B. U .. Tla KaDllBfftOB
i tia HanaingtoB aa ..eraey
Cfty Waahlagtaa aad St. T. Expraaa. 3.00
&A p. ra.. tla Kenalnatoa and Jeraer
Cltr KTeninir Uall 9.00
AtllUp. m., Tla Kenalngtoa and Jeraay
CUr 8Ktthera Hall 3,00
AtXU(ifight,lrta Kenalngtoa and Jeriey
eftt Southern. Exnraae 3.00
At 6 p. ta.t tla Camdea and Atnboy Aa-
aoamoaauoB irreignt ana paaaaagar :i
m'cUm ticket.. ..4-; l.oo
Tba 0-1S t. BT. KrA.tt.ttV Villi Mat tht. t.WI
(Nlrht) Sooth em KxDreaa will raa dallr. fall
otbara. Saadaya axeeptad.)
rniLADXLFHU AND NEW YORK LINKS.
Laata Walnnt atreat wharf at 0 and 8 a. m..
11 m. i audi p. m.
Leata Kenrtngton Depot at 11,13 a. m.. 133,
ISO and 6. 43 P. m.. and 11 Ma. m. (night.)
The 1.43 p. m. Una run a dally; (allothera,
KfW'TORK AND PniLADELPHU LINES.
Leata foot of Barclay tret at 6 a. m. and 1
From fool of Cortland atreat at 7. ft. aad 10. a.
aa. ,.13 m. , 4 and 6 p. ra. , and 12 night.
The 0 p. ra. llaa rone d. lly ; (all otbara, San
?T, H. UAAabMAaVlV, aaVAala,
FbUadalpbla aad Naw York Line.
PaiiiDttriia, Das. 23, 1643. deSl
18G5 WINTEU AnnANQEMENT. IggC
-PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL RAILROAD.
TWELVE DAILY TRAINS.
Ob and after HOND AY7october 16. Ift63. train
wilt leaTf tha Union Fa-iianger Depot, corner of
Waablagtoa andXlborty aUeata, PUUbnrgb, l'a .
aa followa i
DAY EXPRESS, dally axeept Sunday, at 1M a.
m,, atopplag at Johaauwa,Ceaea.ango( OaUlt
ian,Altoona,andall principal aUtlom.and mak
lag direct eooaectloae at llarrtabarg; for New
York, Baltimore, and Washington, and at Phila
delphia for New York, Boaton, and Intermediate
ALTOONA ACCOUKODATION. dallr oxeect
Sanday, at O.W a. m., atopplog at all regalaraU
llOSe Ue.WatTa llWUl?JgHaiytA .UtOVnt., tU nialaa-
Ing- eloae eonneetlon with tralna on the Indiana
B ranch, Wei t Pannayltanla Railroad, Ebenaborg
and Creisoa Railroad, aad llollldayabniv Branch.
l'lTT8B0Rail AND ERIE MAIL-, dally except
Banday, at 7.60 a. m, atopplng only at Cone
maogh, Oallluen, AHoona, and all brfnclpal ata
ttona, making direct eonnectloa at llarrUbarg for
New York. ualtlmore,and Waablngton.
MAIIa ACCOMMODATION, daily (except Saa
day) at, 11 40 a, m . atopplaff at alt regnlar ata
tlonaetweea IMttibargand Ilarrlaborg, -naktng
coaneetlona wltb tralna on the Ebenaborg and
Cnuoa railroad and llollldayabnrg railroad.
atopplog at Latrobe, Blalratllla Iatenectlon,
logdon, Lewlatown, Mifflin, Newport, Harye
tle1uarrlabnrglLanCMtei'l knd Downlogtown,
At Ilarrlabarg direct con net Hone are) raid a for
New York, Baltimore, and Waahlogton, and at
Philadelphia tr New York, Boaton, and inter
mediate polnta. Sleeping cara ran through on
tbta train from FUUtrarir to Philadelphia and
Baltimore, and to New York by the Allentowa
JOHNSTOWN ACCOMMODATION, dally (ex
cept Bund ay) at 4 33 p m, atopplng at regular
etatlona between ruuburg aad Cenemangb, and
eo a netting at Blalratllle Ioteriectlon with tralna
on the Indiana Branch and Weat Peanayltanla
PAST LINE, dallr, except Sanday, at 0. so p.
a. . atopplng only at Conamangb. Oailltien, Al.
toona, ilantlngdon, Lewlatowa, Mlfilln, Newport,
Uaryatllle, Ilarrlabarg, Mid die town, Lancaster,
and Downlogtown, making connection at JIar.
rlabnrg for New York, BalUmora and Waahlng
ton, and at Philadelphia for New York, Boatoa
and Intermediate polnta. Sleeping cara ma
through In thia trala toTblladelpbla and to New
York oa the Allentown route.
Flrat Aecommodatlea Train for Wall' a Station
eatee dally (except Sanday) at 0 30 a m
Second Aceommodatlon Trala for Wall 'a Sta
tion leatea dally (except Sanday) at 0 40 a. ta.
Third Accommodation Trala for Wall' a Station
leatea dally (exeept Sanday) at 3 33 p m.
ronriq Accoramoaauoa 'ira.n lor nm-isu-
tloa leatea dally (axeept Sanday) at 0. 03 p. m,
IT. W p. m.
Aocommoaanoo ror renn oiauoa, aiop;
all atatiooa between Plttaborgh and Vt
The Church Train leatea Wall'a Station etery
it at two a. n . and arntlatT la Plttabamh
at 10 03 am, Rotornlag leatea Plttaburgh at
al 1130 p. m , and arrltee at Wall's Station at
3 00 p. m.
Returning Tralaa arrlt e In Plttaburgh aa followa :
Mall 120 a.m.
Faat Line..... 2 00 a.m.
Flrat Wall' a Station Accommodation, fl 29 a, m.
Pcna Aceommodatlon 7 A0a.m,
Seeoad Wall'aBtatlon Accommodation 8 30 a. m,
Jobaalowa Acoommodatlen.,,, 10 03 a.m.
PitUburgb A Erie Mall 1130 p.m.
Baltimore Expraaa., , 1 30 p.m.
Third Wall'e Station Accommodation 103 p m.
Philadelphia Xxpreea 130 p.m.
Fourth Weir a Station Accommodattoa 0 00 p m.
Altooaa Accommodation and Emlirrant W 30 p ta.
Aa Agent oi the Kxoelelor Omnlbua Company
will paae tbrouf h each train before reaching the
depot, take a
ancbeakeanddellterbaiTsaire to ear
eliy- Office No. ilOPenn etreet, open
day and night, where all ordere for the mote
meat of paaaengere and baggage will recelte
Baltimore expreaa will arrlte with Philadel
phia ex prei! at 130 p, m oa Mondays.
NOTICE 'In eaae ef loaa, the Company will
bold themecltec reapenalblefor peraonal bag
gage oaly, and for aaamoant not aiod.nf 6100.
W II BECKWITII, Ageut,
At the Pennayltanla Ccntrtil Railroad PaMeoger
feutloa. oa Liberty aad Waihlnglca atreeta.
i , .. . ' ai'.i- " i r- a t: i' r. . ..''
" ' I hi i i I, "
Th OniaUl AdToHUaantBH of aJMha BxacaatlTt. Daiwrtmanta .t tha Oarrarnnaant lira) PablUhad In thlaPapar bj Anth.ntr of TIIB
UANaBAKD ALEXANDRIA RAIL-
- ItUAr-XMttUUUIi DT it Alii rtLOH WJU1U-
IS a TO It AND'AtaUUHfiBIA TO ItlCHUOHD
Oa aad arttr FBI DAT, BUmlxr 1, 1S4J, tbt
tralaa ea tola road will run a followii
uat fuUii torn at 7 a ra. and ft. 30 p. m.
Lat Alaxaadrla al TJJ a. m. aad 9 p. m.
Zoit aordoaatiU at 11 99 p. ta. aad 1.40 a.m.
ArrW la -Richmond it 0 p. m aad 6v m.
Aatvt at Lyneabofg at 0. 30 p. m. and 6. a, n.
Ltat Lraibbarg at MS a. ra. and T. 15 p, u.
Latrt Elcbmoad at 7 a, m. aodT.lSp. m,
Lat aordoaatUU at 1130 p. ra. aadllSOa.m.
ArrWa at Altrxandrla at 4JI4 p. m, aad 4 6 a.n..
AitItb at Wa.blBgton at 0 30 p m. and S 9 a. to.
Oa 8aadayilatWMblBfftonat 0 30 p ta.Dnly.
LocaUrelcbt trala Uataa Alxta4rti 4 a
m., AnitUjf la QordoaaTllI at 11,43 a. m,
tat OordonaTllU at 1X33 p. nk,i arrlTlag'in
Alaxaadrla at I p. m. ix l( a
ThrBh freight trala laTa;AUraBdr. at 3
a, m. , arritlog la Lyaebborg at 7.10 p. m.
Laaraa Lyatkborg at 3.2? a, m . arrtrtag la
Alaxaadrla at 6.10 p. ra. .
PaaacDgara from Warnntoa will taka tba 7 a,
aa. trala aoath from Waahlagtoa, aad tba 6. 43 a.
ra. trala aorta from Lynchburg.,
TaaMOgara by tba 6 49 a.m. aad 7.i4. m.
(ralna from Lyaebbora;, and tba 7 a. ta. and7.1S
p. ra. tralaa from Klcbmond ooaaactwllbtralna
at Waablagtoa for all parts of tba North and
Tata ronta baa tba adTntagOTraH otharaby
bating a contloaoaa rail from Naw York, to
It alio panaaa tbroagh Fairfax. Bait Eon, 1U
naaaaa. Brlitow. Catlett. BaDrtabannock. Cnl-
tpPr, Oranga.'and Oordanatula,'wbre, many
oiftna graai pa.uaa oi iao iaia ravaiuoa wart
Tick ati can b proetirod In' Adam Kxpnaa
Balldlag, oppoalta tha B. aad O, K, K. Depot, la
Waahlagtoa alao, at tba Depot, on llaryland
Tralaa leata tba oornec of Pint aad 0 atreeti,
Waahlagtoa. W. II. UcOAF'KRTY,
General Sap rlo fend ant.
J. M. BROADI8,
ocft-tf t Oaaeral raaaangar Agent.
rpnuouau unk between wash.
X INQTON. PUlLADSLPniA, AND NEW
WatatiaTOV, October 29, IM3.
Tralna between Waahlagtoa and New York are
now ran ae followa, tli I
FOR NEW YORK, wltbottt cbaaga of cara,
Leare dally (except Sanday) at 7 30 a. m ,aad
6 aad 7.30 p jn
FOR NEW YORK, changing cars at Phtladel
pale, Leare dally (exeept Banday) at 11,13 a, m , and
4 30 p. at.
Leata dally (except Sanday) at 7,30 and 11.13
a, m,. aad 4 30 and 7.30 p m.
Leate for New York at ,6 p. m. only.
Leate for Philadelphia kt 7 SO p. m. only.
Sleeping ears for New York on 7,30 p. m. trala
dally, axeept Sanday. On Sunday, train and
aleeplng car run only to Philadelphia,
Through ticket! to Philadelphia, Naw York, or
Boston, can be bad at the fetal Ion office at all
honraln the day, as well as at the newoffleeln
the American Telegraph balldlag, Pensiylraala
atenae, between Four and-a half and Sixth
Sea Baltimore and Ohio railroad adtertlaemeat
for acbednls between Washington, Baltimore,
Aaaapolle, and the West W.P. SMITH,
Master of Transportation.
L M. COLE,
General Ticket Axeat.
GEO. B. KOONTZ,
o Aaeat. WaahtBa-tAB.
1865. WASUINOTOK, 18Q5(
ALEXANDRIA, AND GEORGETOWN
CiriTit. Stock, 6000,000 Eaiam, 6100 Each.
.BOAttD Or DIBKCTOBi:
Samuel M, Shoemaker, Esq, of Baltimore.
Robert W, Latham, Esq , of New York city.
Joseph B. Stewart, Em , of Washington, 1,0.
Frederick P. Stanton, Esq , of Waablngton, D. C.
Leonard Uuyck, Esq , of Washington, D.C.
Preal dent Robert W.Xatham, Esq.
Secretary Joseph B Steward Esq.
Trcasnrsr Leonard Uuyck, Eq.
Soperloteadlng Agent and Recording Secre
tary Oecar A. StetCDi.
All commnnlcatlona referring to bnalneas con
nected with said road should be addressed to the
Secretary, at the offlce of the Company, No. 411
Pennsyltanla atenae, Washington, D. C,
A TLANTIO STEAMSHIP COMPANY,
TO NEW YORK.
The steamsrs comprising this line are the
JOHN atBSON Captain YOUNG.
K. O KMIOHT Captain MORRIS.
FAIRFAX Captain WINTERS.
Loatlng Pier No. 12, North Rlter, New York,
etery WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY, at 4 p. m ,
and foot of 0 atreet, Washington, D.C, etery
TUESDAY aad FRIDAY, at 7 a. m.
Freight rccclted dally during bnslneaa hours,
aad carefully kept under coter.
The Steamers of this line now connect with.
Alexandria and Orange Railroad. Freight for
warded to any point along the line of the road,
Aairrs-ilonaAIT, RniNElIART A CO ,
Cor, Eletenthet. end Peon, ate,
aonttt aide, aad foot of Q street,
BOWEN, BRO. k CO,
It B, CROMWELL ft CO .
aol7tf 66 West street, New York.
JJ" B W YORK
. STEAMSHIP COMPANY,
(OLD LINE, )
NEW YORK, ALEXANDRIA, WASHINGTON
AND GEORGETOWN, D. a
BALTIMORE, REBECCA CLYDE, aid EMPIRE,
M COXXI1CTIOM WITH HtiHl STIAMHS
GEORGE H. STOUT, MAY FLOWER, AND
Rsguler Sailing Days TUESDAYS aad FRI
LTS. atl2m..froufiotofUlxhstreet, George
town, 'aad Pier 16, East Rlter, (foot of Wall
etreet. New York.
For freight or passage apply to
C. P. HOUGHTON. Agent,
foot of High atreet, Georgetown.
M. ELD llf DOE A Co , Agents,
Prince Street Wharf, Alexandria,
117 Wall Street, Naw York.
Freight reeelted constantly and forwarded to
all parts of the country with dispatch, at lowest
rno the runLio.
Orrica or Ward Comhiisiohas, )
Citt Hall, Notember 24, 1663. (
Notice la hereby git en tbat protlslon hsa been
made for the removal of all depoalta lroin the
yards and cellars of ths houses la our respective
wards for the tpaet of tuHnty dayt framthU
Housekeepers are therefore rcipectfatly re
quested to cause accumulated depoilts In their
respective yard and tellixrt to be placed In the
atreet In front of their premises, four feet from
the gutter, when the same will be dally remoted.
JOHN W. DYER,
CommUsloner Fit-it Ward.
JAB W, SPALDING,
Commlasloner Second Ward.
JOHN T. OARNER.
CommlssloDsr Third Ward.
JA8. J. CAMPBELL,
Commissioner Fourth Ward.
ELIA8 B, BARNES,
Comtalssloaer Fifth Ward.
WM. A. FLKTCUER,
Commissioner Sixth Ward.
JAS. II. BIROH,
ao23eT2w Cora ml aa loner Seventh Ward.
WRAPPING PaAPJCtt JfOJt HA.LK aT
wmwumiiAw tfvwoA, jw i
ti, SATURDAY EVENING,
to Tun TiiinTV-Hirfxii, cok
6rt.B8.r OriorL8cnoeix! are ye not . lT
LlkewUe the chosen of the Lord,
To do His will aad apeak Dls word r
From the load tonnderl.torm of war
Not man alone has eallsd 'forth,
Bat He, the God of all tha earth 1
The torch of teogcaace ta your hands
He qt.encl.es; unto Him belongs
The solemn recompense of wrongs. "
Enough of blood tat land haa aeon
Abd, not by cellor eaj lows -stair,
Shall yt the wej or God prepara.
Bay to the pardoa-eeekerif Keep
1 oar manhood j band no soppllaat knees,
Nor palter with unworthy pleaa.
Above your Tolcee sounds tha wall -
Of starting ihea ; we shut la tain .
Our eyei to Pillow 'a ghaatr atala.
What worda can drowa that bitter cryr
Whatteara waah oat tbat aUla of deathf
What oatha confirm your broken faith!
From you alone the guaranty
Of anion, freedom, peace we elalni .
We urge ao conqueror's terma of shame.
Who bend above oar triumph e won
Like Dartd o'er his rebel aon.
Be men, not beggars, Cancel'atl
By one brave, generous action j trust
Your better laetinctp, and be Juat t
Make all men seers before the law,
Take hands from off the negro' throat,
Olve black and white aa equal vote.
Keep alt your forfeit lives and lands.
Bat give the common lew's redress
To Labor's, utter nakedaeaa.
Retlte the old, heroic wlj,
Be In the right aa brave and strong
As ye hate protad yourseirea la wrong.
Defeat ehall then be victory.
Your loaa the wealth of fait aroeadi.
And hate be lots aad fees be friends.
Then barled be the dreadful past.
Its common slain be mourned, and let
Its memories eoflen to regret.
Then shall the Union's mother-heart
Her loat and wandering ones retail,
Forgltlng aad reatorlng all t
And Freedom break her marble trance
Abote the Capitol! an dome,
Stretch hands and bid ye welcome hornet
yy Joaa Q Wi itn in.
MMtlnff of tha Lag tsla tare Iaoula Gas
ttntl Ignored The StajSpana;lctl
Banner Ditto Trio lie a alts or the
New It cut me.
From oar Own Corresjfbndeat
Nxw Obliaxs, Nor. , 1S63
Last Thursday, tha 23i Inst, tha newly
elected Legislature ef this State net, and
to-day the two Houses wore, ready to receive
the Governor's message. Six days of ldle
nesf, at an expense of fourteen hundred dol
lars a day, and twelve parishes, or one-fourth
of the State, (territorially,) unrepresented at
that, Ii a very promising beginning for the
patriot. o Legislature, whose, chief object In
meeting Is to undo, or rather do over again,
tnewoikv of "the Infameaa eonrentloB, of
'OV especially as extrataganeaand a need
les o6nsumptton of time are the only charges
that can ba Cdrly bronght against that much
abused body. The excuse for the delay In
organising on the present occasion was the
propriety of waiting for the absent members
of the Moose! but u tha organisation was
final. t completed without them. It oouldsot
have been deemed a very weighty one. Am
President of the Senate, Judge II or the was
chosen, Lieutenant uorornor uastinel, the
constitutional President, being quietly, rath
er disdainfully, Ignored.
Judge llartho U a. member of one of our
oldest and most respectable families, took the
rebel aide In the late conflict, and is ex
clude i from the amnesty: has not, so far
as I know, received a special pardon. The
gentleman chosen as secretary, Col. Kelly,
was an officer In the serrlco of the United
States, under General Twiggs, 'at the period
of secession. Following the example of his
superior officer, he oast his fortunes with the
cause of the Insurgents. The House dls
played In Us selection ot officer the same
spirit as trie Senate. The speaker Is a Col.
Cage, a planter, and an officer in the rebel
army tilt the close of the war. A Mr. F.
Maxwell was elected clerk of the House. I
know nothing of him; but aa all the other
officers were ohosen with a view to rewarding
their teal and lowes in the behalf of the rebel
cause, I Judge that his case Is a similar one,
especially as he Is erymuch lauded In our
One significant feature In the "rneetlng of
this new assembly Is the absence of the Uni
ted States flag from the decorations ef the
room. One cannot accuse them of Insincerity
at all events, nor of that prudent hypocrisy
which affects a virtue which It has not. In
faot this Legislature represents completely
the malcontent element in our population.
They cannot, of course, -etrictly speaking, be
called rebels now, but they are men burning
with regret at the defeat of the rebel cause;
men who submit outwardly to the force of
necessity, and who will do all in their power
to restore our State to the statu quo aitt
UUum. Already resolution hate been In
troduced protldiDg for the regulation of
labor and for the protection of the free dm en
"In their domestic and conjugal relations,"
as though the laws which apply to white
men would not do for black menj aa though
marriage among black people and contracts
for labor diflered in some way from similar
agreements among white people.
The state of affairs, the state of public
feeling which led to the eleotlon of moh men
as compose this assembly was brought about
mainly by the removal of Gen, Banks, and
never would have existed had he been left
here. He placed and kept in power none but
those devoted to the Government, and under
his management a spirit of returning loyalty
was being gradually developed, which, though
feeble and In many cases springing from un
worthy motives, was Infinitely better than no
loyalty at all. It is roily to find fault with
human nature; and the fact that In revolu
tionary times there will always be a largo
majority of the people swayed from side to
side, according to tho movements of pojrer,
instead of being regarded as a theme to mor
alise on, should be used aa an engine to ef
fect results. In Louisiana, as elsewhere,
this Influenceable element exists, and If we
had a man here who knew how to influence
It in favor of the Government, we should
have been spared the reactionary legislation
with which we are now threatened.
General Canby is doubtless a good man
aud a good offloer. He knows tha army
regulations, and Is governed by them. Un
fortunately for the Interests of the Govern
ment here, and unfortunately for Louisiana,
he seems to know very little elect and has
let himself be governed by persons who hare
abused their influence over him. By a
strange confusion of ideas be will displace
men and put others In their stead by an ar
bitrary exercise of military power; but when
be finds that he has made a mistake aud ap
pointed unfit and unworthy persons to offlce,
will leave them In power through respect for
the civil law. In snort, he ros peats his own
blunders more than the welfare of the public,
m. laialts cltuercapacity or energy, or both.
DECEMBER 0, 18d5.,
To return from tbil digression to the Loglt-1 The. Washington Canal.
I Ian ioVMliWWMh m V?10 ' !t Ia ihe fr of m0 Cfc" rt Men-
a nave no notion that It will proceed to call j-- .. t n . t
Jba-rooBTantlon. ThaaoT.riOT.knownto dT ""'"g Mr. Pb, from, It. ..leet
oaTlolantljcpnoiedtoamaajqrewhlohcotild -?-".". of on. from each ward to darU.
onlrreiuHln hla oirai political decapitation) ma practlcabla mod. by which to abata
. thDBgh tha membara elect were ohoiao tha praaent nuliance of tka Wuhlncttn
Mlmn,?.tMltf'rn,,WhIeh,mladJ,'",,'J'1'11 to.ncr.aaa it. nacfulo... to tha
an immediate call for. naar oonT.ntion,and .i,J ,..,.j . vn .. t- . .n i
though a few of tha member, taem dl.poiad ,T.' WO' Mu to clean., and otherwi.
-opre.i toe, matter, jrat, judging from th.
extreme deliberation with which tha bar.
proceeded thai far, and tha preparation, for
a permanent .anion, ditplajed in tha a p.
polntmant of eight page., In tha propoattton
for naw curtain, to .bade their tjto, and in
the nameronj re.olqlion. already offend, it
leem. to ma that moat of onr nawlv .1mi 1
Bolon. arc dimmed to retard their lI.Lilr.
po.ltlonj aa a meet mortal to ba rolled.
nnaer tne tongue aa .lowly ai powlbla, and
not .wallowed nntll or.rr drop of lit meet.
net. Ii extracted.
Nerertbalell, it la not impossible that tba
tlrrlng ipiriti who truly repreient the pop
ular prejudice, and respect the Implied
plodge. of an alectton on a definite platform,
may carry their point and incceed In getting
paed a resolution requesting lb. Oorernor
to call a naw Conrentlon. Then will come
the tog of war; for, though be was elected by
the lame men and on the same platform,
though by that election he la bound to gratify
the popular de.lre, yet hit interests; ae I
mentioned abora, being all opposed to i new
election, and his faUhlestne.s freeing him
from any sense or obligation, It is certain
that he will veto any such resolution i and,
should It be passed orer his head, will hare
recourse to erery possible expedient to pre
rent the measure.
By.the.br. his messafi-o was reeelred to.
day, the two houses having oompleted their
organisation, It recommeods an Immediate
election of two Senators, the e.tabll.hment
ofaleree .-item, attention to the financial!
-....ltl.. .nl. Oi.i.iL. t .at e a l t
irwvici.iwBu. ioeouiLeulraa,uiouoaoi moor
on the basis of oontraets between employer
and laborer, (the latter to btf -permitted to
make as good a bargain as possible;) It re-
paaiaies me ma as a motive to exertion,
and proposes that in future the money con
tributed to the school fund, in the way of
taxes, by colored people should be expended
for the benefit of colored children an act of
tardy Justice th doing of which by such a
a body as the present Legislature would be
tho betrlnnlne of a new era In our history.
Of course, the Governor makes no mention of
a new convention; ana, inaeea, nis organ, me
Star, has discovered since the election that
the constitution of 'CI Is very easily amend
ed, and that if ratified by the people after
such amendment It would be just as good
as a dew constitution. If It had made this
discovery before the election It would have
been obliged to support the Union party,
which took that ground; so It shut It's eyes
and butted against that much nullified in
strument with all Its might, until Its candi
date was elected. Verily, circumstances af
Oar papers talk a great deal about culti
vating a spirit of amity between the two sec
tions, but it le difficult to see how that is to
be done whilst they themselves maintain, so
bitter a tone, and whilst our Influential men
pursue their present coarse. For insthncc,
the Her. Dr. Palmer, notorious for the Influ
ence be wielded in this oltr In favor of the
rebellion,, was applied to recently by the
Youhg Men's Christian Association to unite
with them and aid them In their code a tort
to cromoU tha obleota tbev bate In view.,
which are purely Christian objects, and such
ny minister, or tne uospei suouia oe
ready to adrano lie onrtlv refuted to
have anythlnr to do- with them. (laMai-tnt
that In the part be had 1 taken loYavor of the
"confederate cause" he bad acted aa he
thouaht iuat and ria-ht: that he .till .eonsfd.
ered that oause a righteous one, and 'his1
ooune In rererence to It a rlgnteous cour-e'
(I should hare mentionad tbat this sssoele.
tton Is composed of young men devoted tp the
National (loTemmeot.) Doe. that look like
Christian amity and good fellowship' More
over, Dr Fenner, In his opening address to
the medical students, made use of the fol
"The policy of this Institution Is to gather
to its support the beat talent that can be
procured In the South. It Is1 avowedly a
tontlurn uhool, and devoted mainly to the
teaching of touthern pmctu. .
f'A word now, gentlemen, concerning the
astounding events that have transpired In
the four years that have elapsed since we
last assembled In these halls, and I will have
finished my task.
"Our beloved country has been at war!
Aye, and such a war as tho world never wit
nessed before ' Unequalled In the armed
hosts on either side arrayed In deadly strife;
unequalled in its destruction; unequalled in
Its expenditures, its ravages, and Its sacrifices
of human life' And all this in one country,
and one people. A people capable, if bar.
montou.ly dntted, of standing against the
world In arms I
" It were needless for us members of the
peaoeful profession of Medicine to review
the political causes that brought about the
terrible contest. EurBce It to .ay, tbat when
the Southern States In their highest pelitl.
cal attitude made war, we deemed It our
duty as good oltlien. to stand by our ro
spective States, whether right or wrong.
MYe consider this to be the duty -of the
true patriot at all tlmea I
" Tho Anal result has shown that the at
temnt to break un the old Union, however
jmtifiMit It may have appeared to those who
undertook it, was a ianure.
" We find ourselves again under the Atgls
of the political Constitution establl.hed by
our Illustrious forefathers, and all we can
desire is to have Its provisions faithfully car
ried out. Under It we havo grown to be one
of the greatest political powers In tba world,
and havo In our reach all the blesslngr and
advantages afforded by enlightened liberty.
"At all events, the war is now over, and
wo medical men may return to the peaceful
study and practice of the great profession
which embraces the whole human family In
"If I have advocated what may b. termed
uelionahim In medical studies, I beg you to
remember It Is not a .ectlonall.m of Juling
otperional iniiral, for the medical profession
la catbollo In the widest significance of the
term. I only desire to impress on physloiana
residing in thedlucrent geographical acotlons
of the globe the necessity of looking (it home
Instead of abroad for the knowledge they de
sir, and require," Ac., Ac.
I eitraot at length, that no accusation of
unfairness may be brought against me.
To an old resident and a close observer, it
would be almost possible to read the polit
ical news of the country In the expression
and attitude of some of our most prominent
ex-rebels When there are hopes of a Dem
ocratic success North they flock out In the
thoroughfares with a bold and bullying as
pect; they hold up tbelrheads and talk loud.
When, on the contrary, the Hepubllco.ni are
eueoessful they keep within doors as much
as possible, and then in the streets they hold
down their heads, talk softly, and hare a
snubbad look Just now they are quite de
pressed, take bilious views of the state of the
country, aim aeyicry muo uuuu. Aiiurew
- oo ta cj -
Improve the condition of tha Washington
canal. (This till was published In tho III
Mr. reach, in exDUlnrW ilia Ull I1
that there were two propositions or polnta of
Tiaw m wnicu mis cbbbl anouia. be conatd.
ereds First, as a sanitary measure; and see
oijd, aa a commercial channel. It was of
the utmost Importance that aomethlcg should
be done to Improve Its sanitary eondttlor..
That U required Immediately. Its value
as a channel of commerce 'had never been
fully, estimated by the people ef the city.
Per want of inch1 a means of transporta-
uop me ci men were paying irom sity
to seventy-five cente mora for erery barrel
of flour, from fire to tan cents more foreverr
buibei; of meal, from three to fire cents more
for every bushel of oats, from three to Are
dollar for every ton of baled hay, and about
one dollar per ton more than those commod
ities cost the1 people of Georgetown.
There Is consumed in this city annually
not leas than one hundred thousand barrels
of floor, about the same number of bushels
of meal, and, perhaps, two hundred thousand
bushels of oats, lumber, time, and wood, and
numberless other articles which enter into
dally consumption, costs us more, by a large
per centum, than ,lt should, simply because
we allow this treat channel of our Inland
commerce from agricultural and mineral re
gions to remain closed, and, what is worse,
to remain a horrid nuisance right lathe
heart of this metropolis.
in is evil can easily be remedied, ana oe
made a source of revenue to the city, amount
ing, perhaps, to $25,000 a year, besides
being saving to the people of the city, in
the nrlce of articles of consumption, of not
less than $100,000 annually,, No. project of
city enterprise is more aim pie, none more
valuable to us; ana jet we nave slept upon
it, as if no plan could be executed for the
abatement oi tne nuisance or to aeveiop its
usefulnesi. When will this city wake up from
Its lethargy, and rrasp with firmness tha sub
jects which surround it, for the development
We look over the little stream which dt
tides this city from Georgetown, and see the
Moorn and the wine," and yet none of us
seem pold enougtt to I eer to avail ourselves
of those rleh fruits whloha little industry
and enterprise would bring here to us. There
Is a water power which can be created by
simply spanning that stream, which even
Lowell might envy, but Instead of turning
its thousands and thousands of spindles, and
attracting a population of tens. of thousands.
this vast water power and privilege runs
pasttts silently and waste fully before our
eyes, without a single effort to turn It to a
The coal from the Allezbanles should be
brought by this canal to the very centre of
the city the products of agriculture of the
rlohest valleys of Maryland and Virginia
should do brpught to our very doors, but yet
we cart tnem ait tue way irom Georgetown,
while a oantl He useless almost at our
threshold. It Is to be hoped that the Coun
cil will wake up to the value of this fran
ntil.it ... while nbatlnt? tha nuisance, make
It tributary to the wealth of the inhabitants
0f the .National Metropolis.
All narlv.r.. n.nl Mli era mhn harm el.
.ih.j ii .Hu.a. nrtii tt na in th
main feature for U improvement, provided
ror thlf b.ilthe making of a sea-wall
with a Iok or tide-a-atea. ar both, and the
fool of the wall prof ..tine; from Seventeenth
street. This Being done, th. remainder of
the plan is very slinp!.. Indeed, on. ..aaot
bat bo surprised, from an observation of this
canal, that U should have oost Its elttsens i
so muon oonoern. when everything whlen re
lates to Its improvement Is so plain and sim
ple. Small obstructions, at two or three
points, must bo removed, and then, with tba
mouth of Tiber oreak dosed, fresh water from
Rock creek oan be made to run through
its wbola lenitth and durinjt the time the tide
Is at Its ebb with such force as to remove
much of the deposit In the canal. Tha points
at which obstructions must be removed are at
Q street,near Twenty. third; at the gas-house,
at the mouthof Uoose creek; at the publlcgar
den; and at the bridge of the Alexandria and
Washington railroad company. This being
done tne great stanch which arises from
the decayed putrid matter which now Is ex
Eosed to exhalation will not only be covered
ut floated off from the city, all of which re-
quires but tittle skill and a small amount of
money, nerseveranco. ana lnuusiry. ana tne
canal wul be purified from Its deadly mlaema
and enhance the health of the city. Other
suggestions might be made.
ilr. Mead thought tbat every one under
stood the bill without further argument, lie
had no doubt the bill would go through lie
hod moved to amend the previous bill on this
subject by Inserting $90,000. lie was will
log to yote enough money, and desired the
business to be promptly and well done.
Mr. Peugh said he was glad to find that
the gentleman understood such a self-evident
proposition. If the Board understood the
bill, he would yield and make no further re
marks on the subject.
Mr. Uheem said that he was a member of
tha committee from which this bill bad been
resorted, but desired some further light on
the subject before voting away the money of
tho city; without knowing whether It was
anything more than an experiment. There
were some things in the bill to which he
could not give his assent.
Mr. Hamilton waa opposed to the mention
of any particular person In the bill, lie was
In ravor oi naving it aone unaer me uirec
tlon of the Mayor and a oommlttee.
Mr. Edtnoniton moved that the bill be
nostnoned to. and made the snaclal order for
next Monday evening; which wae agreed to.
A Ro-uktic Sioar or SriuvroRD, Cox.
HtcvicuT. That such a town as Btratiord
should afford anything in the way of roman
tlo personal histories waa hardly to be ex.
pected, but tha subjoined story II authentic
as well as interesting. At the commence,
ment of the present century a young man
made his appearanoe in the village, and spent
a few weeks at the tavern which then exist,
ed to afford shelter to stage-ooach travelers.
Whence he came and what was his business,
none ooold guess. Directly opposite the
tavern stood a small cottage and forge of a
blacksmith named Folaom. He had a daugh
ter who was the beauty of the village, and
it was bar fortune to captivate th. heart of
the stranger. Ha told his love, said he was
from Scotland, tnat no was traveiuuK trKvg,t
but in confidence gave her his real name,
claiming that he was hair to a large fortune.
Sbe returned his love, and tbay war. mar
rled. A few weeka thereafter the stranger
told his wife that he muit visit New Orleans;
h.dldan. andthesroMlpsof the town made
the young wire unhappy by their disagree.
1,1. hints and Jeers. In a few months the
husband returned, but before a weak had
elapied ho recch ed a large budget of letters,
rag BiiLT- jriTioiu. .ibtoihui u '
pabltah .retr afleraooa (Jaadaya exeeatea)
bvy"irX."Xt'iTaa1a.CeL,(a.altnatliatmU - "?
aad .a farataaad to ear nbeerlaese (by aarrlers)
et43.eataperBweta..:'r V i" ' i 1
, Hall aabMtlUra,-.oaia aaaasa) t&Mfac-i
eix tsaalasi aad.LM far una aoaua,UTa- .-,
riaMylaadraaeaT ' " ' "
aiafia eoplea, I eeala.
Tib Wibut VATioaat, Bsrnuaijr Is yah.
Usaee aief y Trllay' taoralag i Oa. copy oe.
year, :' Three eeplaa oae year, e)-.M Test
eeplea aa. year. Its. TO.
and told Ml wife thit he mu.t at one. ralu'ra
to England, and must go alone.
II toolchla departure and tha gossip, had
another glorious opportualty ta make a
eonfldlng woman wretched. T ail hut her
elf It waa a elaar case of desertion; th. wife
became a mother, and for two years lived on
In silence and In hope. -At the end of that
time a. latter waa received ny in. Dirauora
beauty from ber husband, directing her to
J;o at onoe to New York with her child, tak
ng nothing with her but th. clothes she
wore, and embark In a ship for Air' kunt 1st
Enrland. On her arrival in New Tori' she
found a ship splendidly furnished with .vary
convenience aud luxury for ber comfort, aad
servants t. obey .very wish that ah. might
express. The ship duly arrived la England,
and the Stratford girl became th. mistress
of a superb mansion, and, aa th. wife of a
baronet, was saluted by tt. arlatoerecy aa
Lady Samuel Sterling. Oa the death of her
husband marry years ago, the Stratford boy
succeeded to the title and wealth of his
fathers, and In the last edition of th. "Pee
rag. and Baronetage," ha Is spoken of as
the issue of "Miss Folsom of Stratford. North
America." When the lata Professor SHU
man Tlslted England some years sine., h.
bad the pleasure of meetlnr Lady EUrllnr
at a dinner party, and was delighted to
answer ber many Questions about her birth
place In Connecticut. TA. Notion.
Washington Oltr Post Offlee Arrival
aLndsMTHartctr. of JkxavUa.
Northern and Eastern Malls 1st, Due at
6.40 a. m.. departs at 7.30 a. m.. close, at
6 a. m. 3d. Due at 11 a. m., departs at
11.1a .. m.i closes at 10.30 a. m 3d. Dn.
at 5.40 p. m., departs at 0 p. m., cloeas sit
Western Mall, via Relay Houselet. Dn.
at 6.40 a. m., departs at 0.15 a. m., elosee
at 4.30 a. ra. 3d. Due at tie p. m., de
parts at 0.45 p. m., closes at 6 p. m.
Northwestern Mall, via Baltimdr., narrle-
burg and Pittsburg, Pa 1st. Da. at 5.40 a.
m.r departs at 0.16 a. m., eloses at 4-80 a.
m. 2d. Due at 0.15 p. ra., departs at 6.45 p.
m., oloses at 5 p. m.
The Southern Mall, for Richmond, Peters,
burg, Raleigh, Wilmington, N. C, and other
points South, via 0. and A. R. R 1st, Du.
at I a. iu., aeparts al . a. m., closes at o a.
m. 2d, Du. at 4 p. xn. departs at 6.30 p. m.,
closes at 7 p. in,
Fredericksburg Mall, via Aqula Creek,
embracing th. Northern Neck of Virginia
and Intermediate points between Fredericks
burg and Richmond, Va Due at 3.30 p. m.,
departs at 7 a. m , closes at a. m.
Annapolis Mall 1st Due at 11 a. m., de.
parts at 3 p. m., eloses at 2 p. m. 2d. Die
at 6.13 p. m., departs at 6.16 a. au. oloses at
4.30 a m.
Alexandria, Va., Mall 1st. Due at 8'a. m ,
departs at 6 a. m., oloses at 6 a. m, 2d. Dua
at 4.30 p. m , departs at 6 p. m., closet at &
Georgetown, D. 0. Mall 1st. Dua at 5 30
a. m., departs at7a. m.,elosesat 6 a-m, 2d.
Departs at 13 m,, doses at 11 30 a. m., du.
at 4 p. m.
Rockville, Md., Mall Dne at t p. m., d.
parte at 7 a. ra,, closes at 6.30 a. m.
Port Tobacco, Flscataway, and Darfield
Mall Due on Monday, Wednesday, and Fri
day, at 7 p. ra. Departs on Taeeday, Thura
day, and Saturday, at 7 a. m. Closes at 6 30
a. m. on those days.
Upper Marlboro', Md., Mall Due at 3 p.
to,, dally, departs at 8 a. m., closing at 6.80
Barrett's, Beantown, Charlotte Halt, aad
Chaptloo Mall Due at 7 p. m., depart at 7
a. m., closes at 6.30 a. m.
Un Banday, only two mails an received
from the North, and but one from the Weet
and Northwest, due at 6 a. m, and 11 a. m.
Malls departing on this day for these route,
close at 4.45 p. m. For Norfolk, Old Point
Comfort, and Portsmouth, Va., at 2 p. ra.
The oQoe Is open for the delivery of letters
and papers from 8 a, m. to 9 p. m., exeept
on Sunday, wb.n it is open from 8 to 10 a,
m., and from 6 to 7 p. m.
Brookville and Olney Malls Due at 10.30
a. m. dally, departs at 2.30 p. m., oloses at 2
ColeavlIIe, Md., Mall Dne on Tuesday,
Thursday, aad Saturday, at 6:30 p. ra., d.- '
part at 7 a. m. same days, closing at 6.30
JN . B R U 0 E ,
304 Pena.ylvanla aveoae, between Ifi.th ana
All ktnde of Photograph aad Ambrotyp. w.rk
execot.4 la the beat meaner known to the art,
at tba cbaapeat ratae, and la every etyle.
"pf . M. HASKELL.
SIZTZrUtTH STBBET, BKT W-EUf II ABD I
OPPOSITE JACK90H SQUABS.
PICTURES I.f ALL STYLES,
WABEASTID TO OIVB 8ATISTACTIOS.
CALL AHD SEE ME. aolO-lm
A W H E L A N,
HOUSE ACID BIOS TAIXTZB,
Ho. 413 b arasBT, oaa nooa lAar or aavixTrr,
WASnlNOTO.-t, d. a
eaaisisa ard auasuxa xbatlt axscorsn
POST OrTICK HEWS STAtfD,
Has oa hand at alt Hraee alt tha
MAO AlIS KS, CHEAr PUBLICATIONS, STA-
TIOIIEBT Or ALL KinPS.
Alio all Ihe MOKTOESH PAPXBS reMlved at
the earlleat mom.at. ,
for aale aa aooa aa leased.
AT- The DAILT AMD WEEKXT EErUBLI
CAM are for eale al PABKEB'S, aad aakacrie
tloae rawlvad MrX-lf
W.ihiuto. December 1, ISSi
I deem It only neceiiaiy lo remind ine ciiueae
f w..hii,iAn ih.ith. Prald.nl baa aet anart
Tbereday,lue7lh laelaat aa a day of thaaka-
giving and praiee to .ions"? wi ..(. .
compliance wltb bis baheata, aad a proper oh.
eervaace of the day on tbair part.
" ' BICUAIlD WAlXACIt,
IMPOBTED WINES, LIQUOBS, ETC,
Bottler of Foreign aad Domestic
ALE, FOBTEB, CIDEB,
CHOICE nUHOABIAil WIBES,
325 F atreet, between Thirteenth aad ?ourtecntfc,
WASUIHQTOW, D. 0.
Sole Agent for
ao-v-im iiuuuaia'nuuLUBa nutaua.
ISLAND SADDLE, HARNESa, COLLAR,
AND THUNK MiNUrACTOBY.
II. J. LEESH1TZEB, 093 Seventh atreat, near
Maryland aveoae, keep, eoaeteatlyoa bead, or
hla own maeuraetare, aad al Ibe lown. eaae
prleee, Uaraeaa. Collara, Bpure, Wblpa, Bridlee,
baddlea, Blla, Cerry-eombe, Braabee, and every
article to be found ta a riral-elaaa . EatabUebra-el.
-- k. ti...... a. -anai-.A la the moat aon-
Iatanllal manner aad upoa ferme very reaeooable.
Olv. me a cell before norebaalag elaawhare,