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T. -. ai"r" T'l.'"1"11 ffllW-1 ' "ff.ti..r,i;m!-,TA.( ,"ni. i i vii' jm. . , - ,: , - iATM or ABrnrraxa. -. , , om itu.ikiM dayi,.;,,, Ao,i n m OiHKn,(niin ................. IH Ou in, in lip,.i MM...M.. 1 M Oae soiare, tu layi.l,.,-,,,, ;,,,-.... t M vary tuu day vf tiwiwoii, (o per mm. addltreaal. i TwtM a weeka vertUAauAU, II r BBa. MlOIU' v I WlMAlAOtlaaetOoMtiperllie, tAtk ln)i lla-a Vjue.1 Hjtllaa 1 auaii'.a ia .teaa 'uA Itkai. "VH w .- aw T warvaa urn tlom. . i ' VlarVi ttaau. n laaa aaiaatltatat & iratM. iVrertieenienU shoulalM handed U by .waive CTeiOCK, BB. s v T)ALTlilOl;B ABD. OHIO AAOSOAoI' TralAB belweea: WAiniHQTOK ut BALTI MOKE, BA4 WAinlHOTOS ABB THl VTUT, are ae r m fellows, Tin ;. TOR BALTIatOU. .leave dally, till (I Sunday, al 4.10, 7.90, Aad 11.14 a.m., Bad MO, 4.99, aad7.90p.lar " TOE ALL WAT 8TATI0KS. Leave dally, axeepl Saaday, at 9, 10 a.aa.aad ' 180 p.m. FOR WAT RATIOM SOUTH Or ASAr0AI4 J0K0T10W. Lean at 9 aid 8.1) . m., ul tt IJ0 til 4.40 p, m. ros Axvirotm . Leave 'ai fl.aj Ai4 7.80A.-m, aad 4-Mp.av. V. ItaIa t. er vfrora Aattpalli a taaeday. '. ojix. . ! ,2 TO ALTI0Vf leate At 7, 30 A.B. AA4 ISO AA4 7,90 p. n. . r0 WAT STAT10BS. LttVI At 7.30 A. U. AAd ISO P. Sa.' T0B ALL FASTI Or TBI WIST. Inn dally, Mpl AA47, At 7 JO A. IA. AAd IV OBBtiaj, (at I.OU p. aaa. VaaAJ, MUI at Relay Btattea .with tralaa from .Baltimore to Wheeling, rerkershnrg, . TBroaga.iiCKaictoia nuiui 'WuhlBctaMfiUUoa TlckitOfleaa thu tav. u wall at th aw offlea leaa TaiiffraphiBaUitaf, raaatlraala aTaaaa, btlwtn fonraaiatbalf aatfitxta ttrtaU. ror.Mtw York. Philadelphia, aa iBoiton. "7 w. i: surra, KuUr ( Traatportatloa. L.M. COL1, Guaral Tlekct 4ltt 0X0. 8. K00KTZ, dlfiat, J.Stf WMklaftoa. N 0TICB X0 BOUinERN TBATELEBS. THE OLD AKD DIRECT LIJK BBTIBXLT COB. STAQma IHTIEKLT SISCOBTIinnD. f M MILKS SnOBTBB ABD IIOUBS QUIOKBB TUAK BT AAI UTUKA JtUOTA. TWICB DAILT. O. Aad After' MOBDAT, SatmUr U, tk .Id aad faTOrtU 111. from WASHlndTOS.Tla PED. BRICK9B0R0, to KICUMOHD, will b fla TW1CIDA1LT, (Saadar Al(bU xp(A4,) Al fol TA fait aad Aoumodloaa atMiair KITPORT, Caplala Traak lIolllaiiAMdiAAd C. VAHDaR BILT.CaptAla A. L. Colmarjr.wtll Iiata tk. whitf, etpUd.) At 7 A.'m AAd 144 p. a., artltl.r at A11 CrMk tr 10.90 a. m , lad 11.54 p.m.. aad thtae br tka BUhaaad, rradirtcki bnrv. aad Potomac BallroAd. BOW Atlr.lr coa pl.ud, to Blebmoad, ArrtTlBf tbr At 110 p. n. aad silo a. m.( affordlaf aaplt Una for dlalaf la Btehmoad, aad maklaf aoaaoetloaa with th. UlCBmOBA aaa raitripari- Miiini'Hinwn1 bare aalpolaU aoathof P.Ur.birj. Tao itoaaiir linlif Waikla(toa at 9.49 p. m. rHiii In Rlekmbnd at A 10 a. a. . affordlaA Mi rlo tlaa for broakfait, aad mbbmiIoa wlii tko Klchmond aad DiiTlll. train for DaaTtlli, TA., OrMB.boro'. Ballabarr, Cbarlotto, Balslfb, aold.boroaib, aad WUmlalioa, H. C, aad (jBoaiar. a. u. Oa SUNDATS Istti WASntBOTOlC At 7 a. v. Aalv. and arrlvo la BlebBOBd At 1.1S p. a. BiAgir cbtakod tbroaf h to Biabraoad froa How York, PhlladBlAhlA, BaltlmorB BBd Waab lailoa, aad aecompaalod by throBfb bA(fiA TbroaibtlikUfroalf.T'nktoBIibmoBd.tI7 00 i. Pallid'a 19 60 Biltlmort " 10 00 4 " WaaklAftoa " IH " Baltlaora toPrtd'e., 4 00 " " waiaiBgloa . IBOOVD CLAI1 TABOCaK TlCKtTB Jroa WaablBiloA M Bkhawad W 00 m rrodtrtcklbarr 9 00 Caa ba prooartd la Bsw Toik at Ho. 119 Broad way, aad at CoartUad atrnt torry; la Pblla- idBlpala. attkodpotof tba Pblladalpbla, Wll; BlBftaaaad Dalllaora Ballroa4 Coapaay.Broad aad PrUna atraata. la BaltlmorB, at tbaCamdea fitatUa of tbo Baltlmora aaa uaio xaiiroaa jom paoy. la waakiBgioa. at vompanj -a omeo, at Ika eora.r of r.ooi jlranla araaaa aad Sixth Btraat, aad oa Doara to. roiomaa aiaamDoata. W..hlnatna at d.10. aad 6 a.m., laampla tlmatoaaks aoa&Mltoaa for Blebmoad aad tha South. Omalbaiei aad Biffa(s Wag-oat I will bo la TiAdlaiia to ooAray paaiaagari aad baggigs ba .wMadtraUUBfcbW. hmond. Va-rrtna anil tBtT fa AT BB OPPOrtiaHT a,. -J ",".""",' aaarat ha.ula.ild aaaryrtdarttkiVarK. br niiurti THiuof 'TmVawm bBaUd froa B.wT.rk. Phil. adalpbla. aad tfatuaora 10 nHaui.i.wHn ii ... . '..& ..... & M.alu. .f lil. II.. wm do aai oj na naaBa L " "? "' "' " Braakfaat aad lappar oa board of Blaamsrs. 010. MATTlHaLT, SBparlaUadaBl, Wlablogtoa, D.O. W. D. OlLKIRSOlT, Ageat, oc7 Waahlagtoa, P.a , TjUILADBLPHIA, WILMIMaTON, AND X BALT1HOKB JlAllittUAV, Till TABU, n.naarlaff kfOMDAT. Daeambir 14tb. 1841. trAlai will laira depot, aoraar of Broad atrial Aad WaahlagtOB ariaaa, aa louewe i Ixprm Trala at 4.09 A, Aa.. (MOAAaya aapted,) for Baltlmoro laa irAiaiigioa. iioppisg at WllmlBXtoB, PBrryrlUa, Harra.da-Oraao, Aberdlta, Pirrymaa!, aad attgaollA. w Ma iBaaaayi ex ptoil.lfor Baltlmora, stoppiaxai ail ragaiar Halloa., eoAAMtlag with DeUwira rillroid al Wllmlagtoa (or HUford, tullabary, sad lntarmi. dlala itatloal. .... . Iipreet Tram ai i.aop. m., vooauaje eepted.) for Baltimore aad Waeklagtoa, etopplag al Chiiter, Wllmlagtoa, IlktoA, PerryrUla, ABA uarra.a.ra Ixpreu Trala at 9.40 p. a., (SAAdays ax. eepted.) for Baltlmora Aad WAiklagtoa. Btepptaf At WHmlagtoa, Hewerk, Blktoa, Hortbiaat, PerryrUle, Harrfde-Oraae, Parrymia'i, AAd atigaollA. Klabl Ixpreea At 11. 19 p. B.,ioi BAltlaon aad Waiblagloa, itopplagal Ckiittr, (oaly to tike Haiti more aad Waablagtoa pieilBgere,) Wllmlagtoa, Newark, Blktoa, Hortkeail, Pal. ryrllle, and Uarra-de-OrAoe. Paaieagere for Portreel ttOAroAWtll takstka ""ACCoSllODATIOB TBAIBS-StopplBf at aU UUoai betweeA PhllAdelphlA AAd VfUalAf. LeiraPhUAdelpblAAl 11.00 a. a. ..iinma m Tkea.00a. m. In n. , a. wt e. au traia aaaaeetl wllb Daliwira BaUroad far Mllford, AAd Uteri "loati WUmlAglea Al7,UAAd.9OA.m,1lB0 aad 6 SO V. B. TIlEOrJail TBAIHS. PBOK BALTIUOBI Leare WUaUgtoa Al 11 a. , 4. J4, 9. 39 Aad . 41 ''cUESTIRPOBPnlLADILPniA LeireChee. tar at 9.19, 10.14 a, a., 1199, 3. IS, 4.44, 7, SO """'"SDMDAT'TBAIBS. IxpreeeTralAAt4.04A. a for Baltlmora AAd WAihtagtoa, itoppUg At WllBlAgtoA, Perry Till.. Uarre-de-Oraaa, Aberdlta, Ferrymaa'l ,.J Mavaolla. Blgbt Bxpreis at 11.14 p. a, for Biltlmort J a. a UTaahlnatOB. 1MDP1BX BI UBlltir. fror Haiti. I Bora aad Wilblagtoa paiiiaxere, ) Wllmlagtoa, I Rtwtrk, Ilktoa, Korth-Iaat, Parry rUla AAd HArre-oe-urioa. AeeommodttloA Trala at 10 p. a. for WU alattoa aad Way StatlooA BALTIBOBB IOB PnlLADILPBIA. Laara BalUmorf at 4.19 p. m.,.tpplir at naTrtt-Oraot, Perryrlllt Aid WUmlagioa. Alia ilopi at Ilktoa aad Bewark- (to lake pax eeagoriior rblladalpkla aad laara peiteafira froa WAiblagtoa or Baltimore,) aad Cheater to leare pAaatagara from Baltlmim or WukUga lOA. Laava WllmUfUa for PhUadalpUa at a. 80 P' TBOM BA-LTIHOm TO FniLADILPllU. LaaT Baltlnra .M. u.. War Kail. 1.10 p. a.. Kipri -4.34 y .. way Trala e.W p. m. Kxpra I 9, ta . a,. Sxprata. TBAIVS Ok BALTIMOU Uaja CbmUt al 8.97 a. m., l.W aai H.S0 P'.Uaft WUmUiUa al 8.11. .40a. m,, til iuudlttfr.n. TRIianT TBAllr, Tltk MiMirtr aar at luaad, will lMva WUmlBitoa for rarryTlila aa Uuriaadlat UUoBtat7.Mp. m. n ul. a. in, aBytnawaafai. raaaaaxfrl laariar flaw . a. aaa, a. ia, i 4 aad 7 p. a., Pblladalpbla at 1.14 p. a. (DAT, ) aad 11.19 p.a (HIOUT.) aad Baltlmora ar 9.90, 4.13. aad 9 p. a, 9.34 aad 4.90a. a., arrlra la fl ao. aad T. 49 v. a., aad 0 r .eaT aaaa"-- '.r--mWL . I Xa: I r mm r mm " M II ll'lti 'I ! 1A BaaTaa. taaaaai "BaT. X7aw- - VOL. VI. ,Th.)itlUt RAIIinOADH. GRK4T. J"KHM SltVAHU HQUXK'TO .7 TIA -" 0JB AMD WT rOHB DAILTTBilJfS. WITIB 'soniboLii OM AKD" AFTER NOVIURKE 90. IMS I..I.. will ma m olio w. l . .... LaataWma'b. LttTlBtlti. BxpnukTAll 4.10 a.m. DO a.m. PA4t LIB. l1kH. Illn. jnil.kar.k aad Ut Ix..4.40p.ai 7 0 p'.n! FllUk'iaa4 Ilnlmi.7J0p.tA. 10.00 p.m. .TWO TBAIH8 OH niJOAt LaatI( WuAi.jloa at 1.80 abV 7.90 p. a itizma CAiu',?fALLaiatrrrEAiin. ' LOW riBB ASP QOTCE TIHX. .. AV t m -.-. 'i -.. , wia ma iurovi;a irom vbJ.uoqt to lint 'ii n yw Ainiraj -wnaoai enaift, Ika om. a of tha Orsal P.BBirlriala Boata,or air rsBBayiTBaia it.noa aad Bulk alrnl. aadu natlBaal llot.l, aod.yoirlaaalk alrsat, eornar.of i. v ...I. ifl,y1"alA ATBaJa, oppollla Wttlardi Hottl, "J ,W ' lf,rWAikfBIta. J. If. JrtJBARRTw i'llkaTJal" " PlAUadBllp.B,'B,. fftBtaaarar anrl liclral laraatL jno.aiLLirrr, riiD.ir x$iai no2o-tr 1864 " 1864 kyf TOEK IiINBB. TBI OAltDMt IBS AKBOT ABD TBILADIL. rnu ABrJ'TRMTOB eaileoad ookta. IH' L1KB. " reou rmxAPZLrsxi to biw tobk ABD WAT PLA0AA. IBOkt WALBUT STEirT.WflAEP ABD' KMSIHOTOU DIPOT, W1AS. tllri la tnt.uwi. via T.a At A. B.. TUCABdBA AAd AaborO. AAd a. afnanniuoi , bin At a. m.j Tla Camdoa aad Jaraay City Baw Jaraav AoauniBiidaUAB.i.. j a BR Al 4 a. a.t TU Caadaa aad Jtraay Clly foralar Kapra i 9,00 At 9 a. m., tIa CADdsa aaA JariaTCllr 14 Claas TlckM 113 At 11 a. m., Tla KaaalBgtoa Bad Jaraiy ...City Elpr.l r...t....it ISO Allln.. Tla Camdaa aad Amboy C. AAd A. AoaommodatloB..,..,, .........,. 13A a a p. a. . Tia UAmdta aaa Ambor . Aad Xxpraii.. ,8,00 Al 9 p.' to. 9 p.' a.., Tla KoaalBxtoa AA4 Jaraoy City Wublaftaa aad H. Y. Bxpreai.. A it p m. I Tla KaiatBftoa. aad .Jtratr rwa .A.aW" S"alB WtlL 3.00 kluyip. in,, via Ktaalagtoa aad Jratr Clir Soatbara Mali 1.00 ltlW(NIffbt,)Tla KaiIstOB aad Jtru vltr 6athrB zpraH...:.n...f..8.00 It lp. m.t Tla Can4a and Amboj At- nmmoaaiioB (.ireifDi aaa puiofr-i U iUii ticket 113 Sd laa ticket l.M Tla 8.15 p. m. Ktb1bc HaU aad tht 1.90 (Mfk.) Southern Kxpreta will roa daUr. (aU otatra, BaadaTiaxetpted.) PHILADILPHIA AilD HBW TORK LIMM. LaavaWalBTift atnat wkarf ai lurllL . U- a-A.V- ' Id. Laara KiaalactoA DaMlftt 11.13 a. m. a.50aod.p. m,, mdliWa. m. BlgBt.) Tba ,4i p. m. Ilaa roaa dally ( (all atben, Soadaya xtpUd,) WW TOBK AMD FHILADXLPHIA LmtS. LaaTt foot of Barclay atract at 4 a, m. aad S p. ta. Prom foot of Cortlaad itraat at T, 8. aid 10 a. m.j 12 m. , 4 aad 6 p. ta. , aad 13 nlf bt , Tha 4 p. n. UaarBBad.Uy; (all otboro, 8aa dayoazeaptod.) f. n. OAT2MEPS AcoaL Fhltadalpbla and Now Tork Lino. PaiUDiLrau. Poo. 13. JESS. d31 1QQC WINTElt ABRXNOEMENT. lOgC riMHBTLVANIA CENTRAL EAILEOAD. TWILVB DAILT TRAINS. Oa aad afUr UONDAT, Octobor 18, 1MJ, trala will Iobto tba Union Fauoagtr Depot, corner of Waablagtoa aad Liberty trcU, Piltaborgb, Pa.t aa follow a I DAT BXPRE8S, daily except Sanday.at liWa. ta.. atepplag at JobaWLowB, Conemaag b, Qalilt taa, Altooaa.aadaU principal atatlona.and mak tag direct eoaaectlone at Uarrtaborg for New Tork, Baltimore, and Waehlagtoa. ana at Pblla delpbla fgr Now Tork. Bo ton, aad latermadlato ALTOONA ACCOMMODATION, daUy except Baaday, at 8. CO a. aa , atop ping a aU. regalar ita tloae batwoaa PltUbarah and Altooaa. aaLinakt lag cIom oonaectloa witb tralaaontn Indiana Bra, neb, Wait PepaaylTaaU Railroad, Bbaaabarg i a uraaaoB itaiiroaa ana uouiaayaDnrg tilkaca, P1TT8BUROU AND ERIK KAIL, dally exeept Baaday, at 7.60 a. m , atopplng oaly at Coat- maagb,QiUltMaj Altooaa, aad all prl Fincipw ata tloaa, maktag direct coaaeetloa at Ii ai iiar rrlibarir far anew iora, iiaiiimor,aBa naaamgion. J mar 4v aaha-4aAAiaxta,Aeaafa4iBr . w .t... . .-wi.. uai hlni all HAIL ACCOMMODATION, daUy (except 6aa day) at 11.40 a. m itopplaa at all reiiuar ata at all regali tloaa between Plttaaargaad llaniaborg. maklDg eoaaccUooa with train a on the Xbeaabnrg and Creaaoa railroad aad Holltdayabarg railroad. PU1LADBLPUIA RXPRE8S, dally at 4.23 p. m atopplng at -Latroba, BlalravlUo Intoraectlon. JobntownlConesiaogb,aallU4ar,AltooaatIIsat lagdoB, Lewlatowa, MlfiHn, Newport, Marya TlIlakUarrlabarg.LaacABter, and Dowalagtowa, At liarrUbnrg d tract connectloaa ar mad for New Tork, B-Jtlaoor,. and Waablagtoa, aad at Philadelphia for New Tork, Boaton, and later mediate potato. SlMpUg care rna through oa tble train from PI tutor to Philadelphia and Bnltlnaor. and to New York by th Alleatowa route. , JOnNBTOWN ACCOMMODATION. daUr fax apt Baaday) at ASS p.m., atopplng at regular atatloBa batwean Plttabarg and Cunemangh, aad oaDesiia- mt lUaviraTiiit? jBtanaciuiB wiin iraiaa ob th ladlana Branch and Weat.PenuylTaala TaViirDaasj. PAST LINK, dally, except Sunday, at 8. SO m. . atoDDlar anlr at Conamanah. Qallllian. J tooaa, IlnaungdoB, LwULown,MlHlln, Newport, MaryaTlll.' HarrUbnrg, allddletown, Lancatar, 4ad Downlngtown, maklag connection at Har rlabargfor Maw Tork.BalUBoreabd Waablag ton, p.ad al Philadelphia for New York, Beaton B iKWiBtaift. pviAtva. oiaapissj cara rna thronrh la thla train to PhlladelDhla aad toNaw Tork oa tha Allan town roola. Plret AeoomnedatloB TraU for Wall SUUea iBTa aauy (except sanaay; ai e ao a. m. Seaond Aceoramodatlon Trala for Wall' Sta tloa leavoa jlally (except Baaday) at S 40 a. m. Third Aceoramodatlon Train for Wail' a Button leave dally (except Bandar) at 9 M p. m. ronrin Aceommouaiion iram ror wait' ata tlon leave dally (except Baaday) at 0. 0-1 p. AicoDDoauioa lor roan eiaiio 'enn Btauon. atODTjlnir at all atatlon between Plttaborgh and i'enn. at all ataUi 10 SOn. I Tba Cbareh Trala leave Wall'a Etetloa erary Baadar at 9.00 a. m., aad arrirlag la Plttabargh at 10 Oft a. in. Betnralng learea Plttabargh at at 1100 p. m., and arrival at Wall'a Stall en at 100 p. m, Raloralng Tralaa arrirela Plttaborgh a follow t Mall 1.20a.m. Paat Line 100 a. ta. Tirol Waira Btatlon Accommodation, fl M a. ra. Peas AeeommodatlOB 7 00 a.m. Beeoad Wall'a Station Accommodation 6.00 a. m. Johaatowa AeeommodatlOB 10 04 a. m. Plttabargh k Erie Mail UWp.m, Baltimore Expreee 1.80 p, m. Third Wall' Station Accommodation 100 p. m. Philadelphia Xxpre ISO p. aa. iviiutil all'a Btatlon AotMmniodatloa 8 00 d. m. Altooaa Accommodation and Emlgraat 10 SO p. m, Aa Ageat or the Bxcalalor Omalboa Compaay will paa through each train before reachlog the depoJ tak B Deneeke aad deliver bajrariN ta bvbt art of tbe oily. ODlee No. 410 Penn etreet, open ar Bad Blaht. Where all nrdara tar tha nun. meat of paaeeagara and baggage wlli receive prompt attention. .aaa.iuraxprawui arrive WUtt auadel phla exprea at 1 80 p. m. oa Monday. i. oa Monday. leaa, tha Compaay will libit) for TMranaaJ. katr. nOTius. in eaae orioaa. tb ComnnTi hold themaelrea reapoaalble for peroaal.bag- fag oaly, aad for aa amount not exeeadUif 8100. aiaoaBt ao ixovMiai mm W. B. BECKW1TU. Ageal, . a. uauanuu At the Peaaarlranla Central Railroad eutloa, oa Ubirt and Whljt9B eUeeia, 1 IBIRIHI Haileuialal ..a, wAsilltfOTON, D. 1 ' - '"' ' Ajr...?t.t.. tt. Bt,UT. PA1rtmt.. th. O.Tt P.blUnt I, thl. P.p.,- y At.th.Str .f TUB ItAIIiltOAPS. 0 tunas AKD ALBXANDRIA BAIL . BOAD. TnEOIJaH by RA1C PBOM WASH. in 7,Wi.r.,I,"0BIA TO BICnatOBD ABD LTBC1IBUBO. 0aidaflFBIDAT,lapUmo.r ., I8S. tla " ,'" m avaaa wui (Bjai tva iOligwiI . tBAWi SODTIL Laata WuklirtOA At 7 A. a. Aad 9. 90 p. a. LaAtaAlnaairlaatrsia. a. iidop.im. Lbatb OordkaiTUU at 11 90 p. a. ABiVaOA-a. Antra Ia Eloktooad at 9 p. a. aad I a. a. Arrlra a; Lyackbarg ai 4. p. a. Aad 9. a. b. TSA1H9 SOBTH. T' J?,h,l"'4 At (.49 A. a. Aad 7.19 p. a. Laaro aordoarrUla at 1190 p. a. aid 1180 a. nl. 7-'",,. .'.,"","""' a.a44A9A.Bl. Arrlra at WaiklartoAAtsAOp.B,AAd9.tf a.m, OriSoadaTalaa. Wa.t,1i,.Aa an. . -1- LolrrolikltrAlA.14AyM'AlazAadrtA at '4 aV a. , trrlrlat la aordoatrilla at it 44 a. a. , ,""" ""aariiiB at 1130 p. a., arrlrlai la Altxaadrla al 9 p. a. Tbroafhrrilfkttralalaaraa Alszaadrla at 9 . "! IB A.JBCaBBrai7.10J. a. iiLTVJt'1,m'A" ai 9.38 a. a., arrlrlAf la Aiaxaadria al.10 fr a. PA.aoax.rB froa rWarrMtom brill taka tha r a a. trala iootb from WaablBf toa, aad tka 6. 44 a. bb. trala aortk froa Lraaabarx. .. -- Pa.HDf.ra by tka 4.44 A. a. And 7.14 p. Iratfll from LVachbnrr. tnl lha T a. tat an ' P M. tratBi fram Blebmoad BoaBMt'wIlbtrAlBa rraauiaiwa or alt. part. of tba Horth aad Tble roale bat tba adf aatagi orer all olkanbr Baiteria m .A.II.aiAaia a.ll tf.. T. . a. arlar a aOBtlaaoaa rail froa Maw Turk atacaaarx, VJO null. rath II Alao paaeee tbrongb Talrfax, Ball Ron, If a. ....; BrUUw, Catlilt'l.-BAppAbaaaock.CalJ .-.-."' ar w.wMaa..,a, WHVia 1UBHT nf Ika a..., l..,,l -a ta. ,- ' a.,...- ' T. T ..aa. ,.aH, V. B IBM raP.IUOA Wirt ftogbt . iiexeia a ba procured la Adami Ixpreu Balldlar, oppoalta tha U. and O. B. R. Depot, la WaibltgtOAI aleOa at tha DeaoLoa UarTlaad arsaae. Trtlae leera tbt eoraar of Plr.t aad C .treat.. Waablagtoa. W. It. McCAITIHTT, Oeaerxl SaperlBteadeat. , ,. J. a. 0&UAU13, "" Oeaeral PAieeager Agial. 1866. wABiramSSr i866; ALBXABDRIA, ABD 0EOB0BTOWB BAILBOAD. iW ABB JTief 0 IlimTl, The Waablagtoa, Aleiaadrlaaad Oeorgetowa BaUroad Compaay barlByrBaiiBBod poaieaaloa aod BOBtrel of eald rood, wtll.OA Aod after AtOM. DAT, JANUARY 14th, l4S,run.r,a.eager tralaa belweea WABUIBOTOH aad ALIXAHDBIA a! follower TIIRODOII MAIL TBAIB SOUTH, VIA OBABOR ABD ALKXAHDBIA BAILROAD Laara Waablagtoa for Alexandria, aad all point. Soatb, it 4.44 a. a, dally, (Saadiyi exetpled,) froa the eoraer of Indiana at. aaa aad Pirat atreel.oppoahe Baltimore Bad Ohio Depot, . THROCOHlfAILTBAIBBOBTH.TtABALTia lfOHK AND OHIO BAlI.Rninr.aaa llaaTa. drlA for Waehlagtoa. aad all Pol ata Bortb, it! p. a., dklly, (Baadaye excepted.) eooBectlng with the Expreee Trala for the Borth aad Weet. LOCAL ACCOMMODATION TBAIK8. TOR ALEXANDBJA Leare Maryland Arenne Depot at and 11 a.m , aod 1,4 20, and 6.13 p. a. Pan WA8IIIRaTOB Leers AlexADdrtA al av, o, aaa aw a. m., aaa i ana 9 p. a. BUBDAT FASSIBaiB TBAIBS. Bondiy Pmeagtr Train batweaa Waihlngtoa aaa aviaaaaona wui oa raa ae roiiowe .em rar tber aotlee I LXATE ALEXANDRIA at Oil a. n. aad l n a., reechlBg Alarylaad areoae depot at 10.19 a. u,. .aa a. M p. u, L1AVR WAB1IINQTON at 1 30 and 0 p, reachlog Alexandria at 3 and 0 ft)p. m. - Th Ticket Oflcea will be opened twenty nlnatea prior to tb atartlaa of each train, and paaaeager ate reapectfally reqaeated to parcbee tlckeu before Uklag aanta In the rtra. AW PREIOnT deatteed for ALEXANDRIA, BAiu a-.,, iW,UkB Dvu.Ai, wnt in rave i Tea ai nnry l4Hrl llAliaA Tiakawa (AM T a waa ri.MI ba l and forwarded at 8 aad It am end 3 and' 4. 20 Pa IH. , aTaea TDBTfinT Jk.lla.4 t W If 1 HfftfAur and all polaCe North and Weat, will be received t m" iarocai r)gai iapoi, corner or inae and lleory atrnata, Alexandria, from 7 a. m. until 1 D. m. . and forwarded at S and 10 a. m..iDrll aod 3 p. ax. 49-TnROUdlI TICKETS, via Oranae and Alexandria Railroad, to OORDONSVIT.MC LYNCHBUHO, and all polata fnrthtr Bontfa.can be obtained at tbe OOee of the Orapge aad Alex andria Railroad C captor, oppoelte the Baltl more and Ohio Rill road Depot, aad at the offlc of the Washington, Alexandria, and Georgetown Railroad Company, corner of Ninth a treat aad Maryland aveaae, Washington, D, C. attaT- COMMUTATION ANtl RODND.TRTP TiUKtaitt Deiween vraHiiinaTun and ilkt. ANURIA can be obtained on application at tbe one oi ine uompany.on Maryland aranoe.yraah lngton. tar For farther Information apply at tb otflc of tbe Company, e6rner of Ninth ttreet aad Vary land tTnof, WaahIngton,D.C. O. A. 6TEVEN8. Qcneral Boperlatendeat. W. J. P1IELPB, General Manager, , Jan.13,1600. JaSO-tf WjumKQTOJ, D.C TUROUQU JL INOTON, LINE BETWEEN WASH PHILADSLPBIA, AND NEW a una., WAaxixoTOX, October 29, HM. Tralaa betweea Waahlnaton and New York are bow ran aa folio wa, vli : rwa new zukk, witnont change or can, Leave dallr axeent Snadavl at T.SO a. n . ant e,.S0and7.S0p m. FOR NEW YORK, vhanglng cara at Phlladel phla, ieave aaiiy (except Bonaayi at ii.io a. m., and 4 80 p. a. TOR PHILADELPHIA, Leare dally (except Baaday) at 7.30 aad 11.10 a. m.( aad 4.30 aad 7.30 p m. ON SUNDAY. Leare for New Tork at 0. 30 p. m, only. Leare for Philadelphia at 7.30 p. m. only. BleeDta cara for New Tork on T.M n. m. trala dally, except Banday. Oa Baaday,, trala aad leeptag car ran only to Philadelphia. Through ticket to Philadelphia, New York, or Boaton, can be had at the Station office at all hoar la the day, aa well ae at the aewofflcela the American Telegraph balldtag, Pennsylvania arenae, betweea Poor-nad-a-half aad Jllxth etreet. Be Baltimore and Ohio railroad adrrtlaement ror eo&Maie between waaungton, Baltimore. Aaaapolla, and tb Weat. W. p. SMITH, Maater of Transportation. L, M. COLE, Oeaaral Ticket Ageat. GEO. B. KOONTZ, ae Ageat. Waablagtoa. riAlXDNER'a PHOTOGRAPHIC M OALLEBT. ART INTELLIOENCER BUILDING 011 Sereath atreet. ONCE MORE IN RUNNING ORDER. Tbe damage can sad by tbe late fir haa beta ao far repaired that baataeaa will beresnmad THIS MOBNINP, (WEDNESDAY, October 4th,) When, aa formerly, the rale will be atrlctly ea forced throaghoattae eaUbllahmant, "PRODUCE THE BEST, NO MATTER WHAT iiiavusi aai una Afltf MATaalAI." Mi'. G. tak a thla opnortnnltr to thank hia aa. mtroai friende aad eoitomeri far nui arlndaaaa. and to ey It shall be bAa coaataat aim to eon tlnn to merit th reryllberal nooargmnl heretofore extended U him. 4.ltr rpiIIS IS TO OIVK NOTICE, THAT TUB X eabaoriber.bae obtained frnm tha nPrthana Court of Washington ceonty, in the Dlatrlct of Co lumbla, letter of admlalatratloB on th per sodsI eatate of Only P. Andereoa, late of tbe State of Teaaeaaee. deceased. All per aoaa harlng clalma agaiaai tbe aatd deceaied are hereby warned ao exhibit th suae, With th roBcbora tharaoaf. to the. aabaarlbar. ob or before tbe 30th day of January next tney h.h .iV.ial.. 1... 1. a. A.iBa.a .: ... beaa9t ef tb. eald e.taU. UlroA AAlar ay (4 tkle 90th dey of Jaox ry.UM. ' WM. ABDIfRSOlf, JaW-ww - Admlaliirtl.r. C, VEDNESDAY' EVENING. i in (itfioMtf $fyWimti Rcbcdb; Mexico. Tka Prealdent trarJimltleil ta tb. Serutt yetlerdiy, (a Aniwer to a'rtjolotlon, A rota. mlfioai corrsipandanot, flalarl In Aprlt.Mir, AndAojnil, 18J1, between fi.nor' Roxiro, the Ifeilcin Mlnletar, anrl 6ecratiry Eiwakd, Tht Mexican Mfnliler a Mreeied a lengthy eommnnloitlon, At ih'baglnnlng of tha' r. belllon, directing attention t. th. faot that tha ir.balx Intended' to extend ilirery Into Utxleo, And Ae'enrlogthe United Stitei dor trnnianloflh. lympatiyofth. McxTcAn r. pnbllo. Mr. Si waad replied, eipreiilng'tbe MtASaJ of th. Preildenl for tb. kind feeling minlfeited bj thtMtilcan Gortrnmant, and hie belief tbii tba rebellion wonld D.,rat down, And with It the projtots of to. fe'beli In rtgird loMtxloo. Lele'rIr. Bxwabd uu for tbt prlrllegt, ofimAreblDg body of troope aoroil JIeilcAa ttrrltory to ArlionA, wbleh w tbt-rf ally granted by theMexloin Gorernment. 1 m:i 1 r BUnOIUKS TO SUHDRIK8. Till elllieni of Norfolk-.- Va.. karai held A pnbilo in'eetlog for tbt'pnrpoia' of adopting meuurei for tht batter loourlly of lift and property In tha city, In rlew cf tht many lawaeactl Lately perpetrated by unknown ruOhnS. In Mtmpblt erery hottl la crowded, and. to la every boardlng-houit; And tht renting of a nonet, or trcn a mitt of roomr, for a imill family, Ii next to Impoiilble. Bmall nnfurnlihtd roomi on th. third floor rent reedlly for $J5 to $30 a month. Ta Bar. Samuel Smith, ( "Donn Dtownt") onot prayed In the 'pulpit '(that th. Lord wonld bltn tht congregation aiitmbltd, and tbat'porllon of It that wAe on tht wat to chnrch, And thoit who wtr. al homt gtttlng ready to come, and that In Hit Inlnlte pA. lenet, Ht woald grant tht benediction to thoet who rtAchtd tht honit of God Jatt In time for .hit." OeatAr VcaxBK, tht proprietor of tha Zoological Gardtnt At Stutgirl, hAt been Ttry neirly killed by one of hit own lloni IIli life wax prjjj Aarod by the preitnc. of mind of hiijHlpperi,wbo telied a woodtn btnch AiBroVtS'wilh It tht gltii window! lurroandhfg tht cage. Tbli dlrerted th. rage of tbt animal, and earned blm to rtltMt bit hold of Werntr. who wax loitAnlty rti cnt4 from hit perlloui poilllon. lilt wonndi Ate tertrt, bnt hit recorcry It txptcttd. To library of th. Virginia HIiIoHcaI So ciety U eafe. TheItlchmon'4irjuir-riaji; "A portion of Ib.iIUitorlcAl Library, tome etren hundred Tolumae, htt bten depoiltcd In the library room of tb. Yonog Mtn'g Chrlitltn AuocUtlon, and tb. rttt bare again bttn boxtd up, and Art la tht afe- kttplng of Or. Berney, tht treuurtr of the itcltty, who deteryet credit for tbe tronble nd expeni. ba bet Incurred In tiklng cere of them. Hid he no glren hit ptreonAl Atttntton to lhp mAtttr, It It qnti tlonablt wbtthtr the rtlttAble oolleotlon woutd hAre been lAred from tbe general wreck." Tna trlil of Capt. Prederlo Speed, of Maine, Aittittnt Adjutint General of rolaa. tctra, for Improperly piecing on boArd th. ittAmer SaltAnt, laet AprlL at Vlckiburg, whtre he wai Acting Adjutant General, 1,630 paroled prlioneri, of whom 1,100 perlibed by the explotton of the boat neer Memphti, commenced before a court martial, At Vlckiburg, on the 11th Initant. The carrying capacity of tbe bont'wie three hundrtd and eartnty-ilx, and othtr and bttttr boati wart offered to carry a por tion of the prlioneri. Tbe elimination of Dreret Lieut. Col,, George A. Wlllliml con turned two daya and a part of the third, hit trldcnoe being mainly In regArd to bringing tht ptroltd prlrontri. In from Four Milt Brldgt, near vlckiburg, and placing them on the Sulttna, en route for St. Loult, MIeiourl, And Columbui, Ohio, And on whom the rteponilblttty reiti for pltclng three men on botrd tbe boAt. CAptAln Wm. F. Ktrni, who wai Aiilitint quArttrmAite,, And In ohArgt of tht rlrtr And Und traniportAtlon At Vltkiburg At the time the SolUna wai loAded, wai next exAmlned, to ihow tbet GAptAln Speed not only tram- otndtd hlf Authority In itltotlng Any boAt for tbli purpoie, but thtt ht itleoted the SulUnA in utter dllregArd of the proteltl of the offloera in tbe traniportAtlon depArtment. The trial wai .till In progreu At last ao eounti. A Bolre. of X.loua. Is tht Adult itAt. thtrt exlxti four timti ai mAny llontiiei ai Hone, Although In yontb, tbt bAUnc. of tbt itxti Ar. prttty nttrly tqutl. Tht dliturbAnce of th. equi llbrlum mey be Al tributed to th. furloue htt tlil bttween tht mAlte; At th. clol. of which, one of the rirAli ii tlmoit AlwAyi lift for dtAd, lomttlmei both. InfACt,tht moit tffl. eltnt txttrminttor of Horn Art tht lioneisei. Theit lAdlei Are fond of holding utrm. At which trtry gtotlimAa prtitnt li txptcttd to Dxht for hll Ion and bll life; th. lurrl. ror to enjoy the honon of tbe craning inunT dliturbed trinijullllty. The InrltAtlon glren Ii a paiiipnAtt roar, which Attrictl All tbb lloni in tbo neighborhood. Their Aiiembllel Are, eometlmei, eren held by dey. While following iom footprint!, M. CbAiiiAlng reAched an eminence corered with thick bruihwpod. In tbU retreat be inddtnly oangbt light of two mignlllcent lloneuci and three lloni, one of whom wai monitrone. Tbli lait followed ont of the llontiiei ittp by itep, keeping bll weaker rlril At a rtlptct. ful dlitanct; theie minlfeited their Impotent rtge by ihort, impplih, inbdutd crlel. Tht hippy ml tin twevt round bll fArorltt in rapid clrellngB, letmlng proudly to enjoy hit oonrjut't. M. Chaiaialng wai about oonild erlng whether he might not renturt to dli tnrb tht party, and wai trying to gat nearer to tht unoroui oounlc, when, to hit aitonlih ment, ht ptrcilrta, a little further off, four ether Hone, from two to three yean of age, who. doubting: their own itrtngth, kept thtlr dlltanot from tht lioneiiie, not 'daring to renturt ntartr. He bed th. Kood look to gxt. ou thli itrange iooImu vivant foritTtr. Al minutei. Deeming it folly to- qutrrel with tbt aeiembled nlne h. qnlatly and pra. dontly retired from the ifil.AU ( l'far RdhikIi JANUARY 81, I860. iii " . OHO. 0 aetden with tbe pala blae rt. va- l .. - it.. .ii.i .. ' e eyea, r rill. aa iiraii ia urn. . .Dial That, wrapped la Wl.Ur' Llee boaad la alambara . Icy gala. Tet then art one t. Idollia I ror, fiat eaebalael. by aagle apella, Beiellb the told aad wlatry ..r. Been hldwllbla their frown ..11., The oelf.eirae rlpplee folded He That sparkle la tbt Bumntrdelli. Aad ah I ay fiacy foadly telle .hit, fir wllhla thy aold beart-dMCe, Where yet ao xrra of plly ewelle, Tb. grrldea tight of preal.a ileep. j Tb. warmth ef elddoa paeeloa dwelle. The meadow, bloom 'aeelh April eklea j The Cower, eprlog up to aeel the rain whea will tba lera i lueg ror rl.e f Rare all ay teara beea abed la rain. 0 aaldea wiih the pale blae eyre T I r-Dvlghft Journal a Hut e. CIIOLKJIA-ITS llIgTOIlY AND o OAUZIlfU CAUSES. The New York 7rttNiM contain! araloibli article, made up from a carefully prepared pAmphlet on tht tnbjtct of tpldtmlo cholora, tuned by the Council of Hygiene, of the CIU Item AiiocUtlon, and from other touroei. Itliai followi; , Cholera and oommerce hare thli much con- neciion, tnat tne former rollowi the, path of tb. latter and keepi moit eeilly alopg water lldei. At Alexandria. It hae-an laal Mav In a filthy lubnrb occupied by a denio crowd of Araos, auaiitia. ana ureaki. and th.ra trengthened Itielf until it killed two bun- areata ay. Jt alio trarelled to Cairo and other plaoei Along the Kile. It pined Around the eAitern cout or tbe Mediterra nean. roachlOA'Barront. Jaffa Alaranaalla and Smyrna, and by tha middle of July wai aaamg anooaanu iiree aauy in nitoy uon Itantlnople. Tha Iiland of Malta, tb. prorlnce of PaI. ermo, the eltiei of Modens, AnconA, Sen PauIo, ValentlA, Toulon, Munelllei, Glbral. tar, MAdrld, Odeiia, rirli, And Southamp-, ton wtrt reached, prorlng that tht epldemlo doei follow water llnei. It trnrelcd to Pigdid And the border, of tht Fenian Gulf, Ana) to DaaAHui and Jerulilcm. At tht itmt tlmt Mecca And Mcdlnn And tbe oata. Tim or pilgrlmi wtrt moit itrtrtly attAcktd. Ont of 700,000 pilgrlmi riiltlng, Mecca In Mty, It Ii eitlmated that eO.OOO perl.hed by cholera. Out or a tingle ihip-load of dero teet from louthern India, Arriving at the Arabian pert of Mccnlla in midwinter, 80 died before their nompanloni left tha ihlp. And, generally, It may ba remarked that tbe relation of hnraan agency In the traniporti- uoQ oi toe epidemic wax nnmaauy mArked, And tbAt tbe epldemlo hit followed tht Itwi prerlouily deduced from Ul hlitorr: Thtt tbe leuonwAi exceedingly ho and dampf thAt the flrit ind chief epldemlo ctntrei were by tht water ildei tndlp tbe moit humidlocal. ttlei. And tbAt tbe enldemlc enrlleit And moit fatally afflicted th. perioni and claim who dwell in foal air, and who are moit negligent and recklui In their det, who indulge In txatliei and abuiei of tht appatltei,and who art renerallr moit lubfeet to tba dlaeaaea that arin from bad diet and tbe neglect of leu-care." Thli country bu bid four riiltAtiona of unoiera. In Juno or 1832, itwaa foundln An emigrant reiiel In tht St. Lawrence rlrtr ; It reacned Queb.0. a few deri later.' -N.w Tork two wttki later thin Quebec, And abon AfterwArd cut. wtrt found In Albiny and othtr cltlea along tht wattr lint of tht Mid dle Statu. In thli city, It then killed 3,413. On the 2d of December, 18(8, it agAln roAohtd New York In the emigrant auiuai.w xorx. nxTinxxiiiea ia Daxianirari during the royage of three week! from Harre. About the lime time, It Arrired At New OrleAni, killing there 1,400 during Jin uarjl In a fortnlxht It wil Al Memphli: another fortnight carried It to Et. Louli; and another to Naibrllle And Cincinnati. On the 11th or Mey It reappeared In New xorx, nnaing a noma AWAittng it ai toetrire Pointer And durtnr thAtTCAr 5.071 dAAtha occnrrM in tne city by it; and the aommer or 1844. It claimed 2,909 more. Dr. Snow, the Superintendent or Health of1 the city of Prorldenoe than whom a more otrefnl and efficient health officer Ii not to be found In a recent report to the Prorldenoe Hoard of IleAlth, decliref tbAt he "can point out the preciie locilitlei In the city where the cholera will preratl l( it rlilti m agilri, ctn ihow the houici In which it will do Ita wont work; can name the fimlllel and alraoit the lndlrlduAli who jrlll hAre the dlitut: can ihow what thtrt Ii In tboie localltlei, houiti, famtllaa, and individual! wliiob will eauae the dtiCAie; And cAn ihow thAt those cAuees might be rcmoredAnd tbedleeaie pre rented by the proper Action of the Authorl. tlci, of the owner! of the houiei, and of In- airiauAii." The General Board of Heilth of QreAt BrltAln declered thAt, ax wai anticipated. In 1840, the "cholera returned to tb. lam. oo untrlei, and the lame cities and towni, and trtn tne same itnett and hontet atnl roomj, which it ranrod In 1833:" And furthermore. tt Ii Stated thAt "but very few Indeed who uflefed then here" .leaped now, Axoept In thoae lnstAnoei In whloh BAnltAiy meuurei hare In the meAn time been effeoted." The olty of Worcester, on tbe Sercm, whioh hnd twice bean scourcred. hArinir rjerformed a thorough clcAnsing, escnped the following epidenilo, which swept the neighboring cities. The cholera cf 1840. with Ineli-nlllcant ex ception!, preTAiied, out ot ouu towns noted, in those previously known ror tbelr Iocs! lm puritlei; In 08 towni where It raged leverely tht Committee or the Iloval Coliex. or Sur geons round thelocallilng eausei of puttlenee prevailing; and In 41 out of 93 quarters whir. It lint appeared, In as many dietrtcts, the well-known And preventlble cauicb were lounu. Thui the medical offioen report thit "In tbe town of Jewkiburv the cholera wai flrit announced In an alley containing a ilaugh- ter-nouie, pig-stiei, ana a oone-aepont; ana for more than a month it lingered there. ipreAdlng thenoe over the town. In the city or Hull It wu at flrit limited to the ill-drained lociHtlei. In St. Gilei Parish (London) it commenced In unurcn street, wnere the dralaigo And ventllitlon were bad, cleaning defeetlro, and population dame. In Isling ton malaria from bad drainAge And ventilA tion Wis th. general cauie. In ChAtbam the dlieue wu chiefly oonfined to the nerrow Unci and alltys, whloh Are crowded, dell cltn In cleixllnen, And where fever li moro pr leis prevalent. In Liverpool the dlieue wai confined lor the moit pert to the wont venttlAted, low, end Ul-dratned conrti. Lodglng-houiei or tbli ohAraotsr were lomt tlmei alont attuked. That elut or lodglng.bouica tn England whioh has been brought undtr sanltnry reg ulAtloni, with in aggregate population or 80,0i0, wu Almost totAlly exempt from ohollra during the lut epidemics. The re port of the general board or health for 1849 titee that ta tha great tenenUhouie cAlled tha Metronolltan Dnlldina-e. In wblnli t,aalih regubitloni were complete, with A popnlAtlod ot ouo, -not a cue occurrea, Although the epldimlc wu very fitAl In thAt diitrlct. And the report of tbe seme board In 1851 itAtu thAt"in the metropolli, every efllclent e.nl tAry .mprovamenl bu btfp fgjlowed M ii- ' ' ' , NO. "fi6. PliMlDBMT. I racily ai nam. and effect by a correipoodlni rlaoi-aaJanfarAtmaaa anJ n.a.lairiw Tt.u 1 I J - """"'- H.vH.,,j, auai. aa no axoepttdD (9 thlr'mle. It appllei to th coortt, . mlUja, and boiueiMeapl4 It tbo iQuiuinoaf oiaaiei; 11 a pp.. U pabUS lnitl wm" is rrr aipa; 10 priaoni, to DOipllalr, to InoatlQajjIoBu, aod, abort all, to eitab llshmcnta' fpoelalty erect J to teit tbo Talu 01 aanitarj wincipier--to tne model 101 ng. home of tha metroaolla.' In oar renort oa epldemlo ebolerv U Ii'ahomi that only on if panoiu, lntnaui 01 l Dei model building-, bad been attacked by tba dliew, wbre mone tbe populllon of London gcnwany one perron in 70 wu attacked." IIAIXVAIID COLLKOaC. Annual Meeting ofl!trtl6r Orerirs MnninceutGirta. Tbe annnU lneetln f of tbe Board of Ortr teera of Hirrard College wm bald on Thnrt dajntbe)5thlniVt Treildent Hill reported aa followi: 'Fonr new Mbolanblna kara bean fiinndad one by Angtulni Qtorr,' Em., of Salem, called the Story trobolarihlp; tbe otben ilnoe in ci or ot too jveaaemto year. Tb late Tyler HlKl0Wi iq.. of WaUrUwn, lea ten thousand dollar tbo .egaer- tax wu nner oojJr uaamed by Cbler Jaitloe Blielow andtwoBIgelow lobolaribipe baro been ei tabllabed on tbli fond. Dr. Alexander Thorn niv of Uoroheiter, bu alao recently founded a eebolarablp, to be called by tb meoiorlal name of the Qorhaci Tbonuu acbol arihlp. "Karller than tbti the Ifon. 6amnl Hooper bad made tbe taagnlflcent gift of fiftr thousand dollari to foand a. Profaiaor blpof OeoIogy.TiameJ, tn like manner, tbo Slurgfi Hopper Profeiionhlp. The profei lorahln Ii intended to bo the nuclenj of a Sebobi of Mining and Practical Oeologr, whloh, at leart for the preient, ihall be in eloie. oonneotton with IbeLawreneeBoIentlfio Sobool. No more uieful addition to the lohoels of the Unlreralty could be made than tbli, kuirgeated and began by the munificence of Mr. liooper; the derelopment of the won derful mineral resource of the count nr ealla loriueniuiiruouon at once, ana 11 u earn, eauyi appau. xa taa auaowmeni 01 me Sturrti -ilooper Profeisonblp will speedily lend jo the eatabllehment of the requisite ad ditional ehalra and collection. But the oenenis 01 tnu aoi win not no oonnnea to thu ichool, or thin nnlrerrityj th founding a ebirity u a perpetual memorial of prlrate worth, appeal so strongly to tbe beat feel ings pi me neart, mac it cannot tail to nna Imitators, wherever known. The like crincelr rltl of flftv thoniatid dollars (aa wu announoed la the lut report) was aiade In January, 1865, by Mr. Jamea Lawrence, In aid of the chemical and engi neering departments In the Selentlflo School. Not eontent with thli munificence, Mr. Law renca added the sum of three thousand dol lars o Increase the equipment of the cheinl- oalI4boratory, and1 topnrohue models for tbe engineering department. By these gifts he has completed tha work begun oy hi hon ored father, and put theie two departments in an emctenc pecuniary condition depart mentp whloh, in addition to thelrformer uie- luiness, must lurnun tne neoesaarj bans ror the School of Mining. That his acts of mu nlfle4noe) might not want the grace of com pleteness in detail, Mr. Lawrence has allowed the Interest of ills three thoniand dollar, during tbe paonths necenarily elapsing be tweei its reception and its actual use, to be and Led In aid of Indljrent students. 'An important morement has been begun thli autumn, by whloh tudntf are enabled to board at coil, regulating their own affairs. unner me control 01 me ji aou.tr. xne ex perluientbu been thus far Try suooesaful. and promises to be a great relief to student or narrow means, bcaMe harlng a raluable influence on tbe moral tone of tbe whole col lege. The means for beginning the enter prise were furnlabed by the liberality of Mr. NathanleL Thayer; means for enlarging tt hare been raised by subscription-" The report of the treasurer states that during tbe put year the Inoome from all ouroeiJiM been $166,920.17 The oommlt teoon the library, after stating its present oondjtlon, recommend a new building for its accommodation. Tbe report of the librarian, Mr. John L. Sibley, atates that the prosperi ty UAI tU-J iliaitir. lUUUgU UU IU ErVtVl! u ia Preceding years, has exceeded anticipation!, he small Inoome from library fundr, the high prices of books, tbe rates of foreign ex chanee. and tbe termination of William Orar'a annnttr hara rendered it ImTjrEAtlaa.. l)le to make many purchues, but there hare neen numerous auatitons by guts, laeae gifts are enumerated by tba librarian. There hare been recelred during the year about 5,900 pamphlets, of whloh about 5,350 were gifts. The number of books added was 2,176, or which 1,619 were donations. This enumeration does not Include dupllcatebooks or pamphlets, nor periodicals. Two hundred and sixty Tolumes bare been bound, 4 re paired, 25 have disappeared, 10 bare been recovered. Tbe number of pamphlets In Qore Hall exoeeds 80,000, tbe number of books Is about 110,000; the total number of volumes In all the .libraries of the university Is about 165.000. Best Slxe for lloottngr.Pole Many persons contend that rooatlng-poles should be so small that fowls can clup them with their elaws. This Is decidedly erro neous. The ten of the poles should be circu lar, lnstetd of flat, that the droppings may slip off readily, and not accumulate, u they would on a flat surface. A round pole, four or Are Inches In diameter Is the most suita ble site for rooating-pole. Fowls do not need a pol to cling to- Thy can maintain their balance far better on a large pole than on a small one. In very cold weather fowls oan keep their toes warm when on lare$ roostlng-polesf whereu, lf the poles be small, their toes would free 10. Large, clumsy hens, having toes more like corn-cobs than birds' claws, cannot cling to a amall pole. For this reuon they frequently lose their bal ance during the night and fall to tbe ground, when they are often devoured by nocturnal marauders In quest of poultry, Rooatlog poles should be large also for young ehlok ens. When tha mother hen first leads them to the rooat. If the poles be small half of her brood will drop from their reaflng place be fore morning, and sometimes be lost. Sana- fru poles, with the bark on, are best for rooats. Cedar, pine, spruce, and tamarlak are next beat. Other kinds of wood will sab serve a good purpoiej but are not so good u the former, which furnish no refuge for parasites, which often infest poultry-houses. Whan Tvrilei with the. hark on cannot be ob tained a scantling not less than three Inohes square will subserve a good purpose If placed with a flat sld up, and not with a innan corner on the top. Koostlog-poles should alwaytbe scoured norlionia..y,ire.n enu 10 end. aa fowls will not rest In a pustre con- dltlon when their support are slantlue., or when th middle or tne ena sag aewn neicw ahoritontallln. Tr. according to 8am Weller. a soirrebe leg ofmutton and trimmings, what Is a toirt (tamanu Ditto, with capers, to bo sure, TtoATIOKAlj ItlrlUaP.l. 1 weaaawaBBaaaiiaa...,. , ymUlalud trtrr altonee (HiUnmnui) 7,W, J. KtriTlsi k Co (Ye Ml Ilaih atreet,) aa4uraraUaa4U4ru MTaM (y errire) . w uaoenUperMeala, "7 w Kail ubeerlUIAOOifaaaaBir.M for six mnthj adtM for Ure "aeoathajura rlably la adraaee. J,.B, , -t-, T1..f. BInileepfee,Seats. Taa Wbiblt Nittevaa Ksriauoi'v U ph Uahed erery IrlJay raeraligi Oae eoyyoae year, ! Three eeale one year, $&M Taa opleeeaeyear,ls,wl. .i ' ' 10 FRBKDMKS Ilf COUKCsX- '- An InUreitlog and withal "extiWffdlnary ednrentlon of negroes hu Jut been held at Aogista, There were about a hundred del gates preient from various parts of tha State, and their' proceedings and delibera tions show that the freed blacks of Georgia,1 at least, are by no meant so devoid of Intel llgince and spirit as man sappoie. And first, they evlnoed a purpoie to assert their rights by adopting a resolution, against the advice of Gen. Tillson. who wu present as an adviser, declaring that negroes settled on coast lands should not be deprived of them exeept by act of Congress. Mr. Tram bull's Mil for enlarging the pow ers of the Freedmen's Boreaa provides that mp rwgTO oceopaayoi Sherman's grant, od tuv covet idui um couranea in matr sions for th period of three years. The Augusie i;onrntioD adopted runner resolu tion, opposing universal suffrage, but urging that the right to rote be given to such col ored men u can read aod write well, with the addition of other proper qualifications. The body likewise called upon the Freed men's Bureau to compel negroes to work and make contracts If they refused to do so toI untarily; opposed the confiscation of South ern property, and urged that rloe and crime among freedmen be discountenanced. A Board, with a superintendent, wu ap pointed to take charge of tfaaeducatlon of negro men, and meetings are to be held In each county to advise the blacks to cultivate sobriety and lnd 01 try; to entertain kind feel ings toward their former masters, and to mike contracts. This usembllng together In contention of freed negroes is an encouraging feature of the -'situation,1 and It' wonld be well per.- uapa u sucn oouies were eonrenea at vanoee points from time to time. Though perhaps not produetlre of any material rood, tber are yet calculated to develop a feeling of re sponsibility among the blacks to cause them to usert their manhood and cooalder them selres as free men Id fact u well u In name. Every morement should be encourarod which tends to lift up the black from his past degraded condition, and eonrlnce the late masters that a real and thorough rerolutlon hu taken plaoe in the Main pt their elarve. .already ae we see in some quarters an en couraging change of feeling )n this respect among the Southerners. The Carroll (Mlee.) Uotwervaztvt, 01 a recent date, remains ; 4,Tbe question to freedmen heretofore In rogue. wbo do yon belong to I' is out ox date. Jt now goes, 'who are yoa appren ticed to V ' Ewropean Proptaectea tor 1MH5. The Paris correspondent of the London Telegraph thus prophesies concerning the events of this year; his speculations being curious if not Instructive: "The year 1866 will, I think, boa marked year In tbe history of France, and Indeed cf Europe. That tt will be a year of profound peace I fully expect, for who really wants to fight? There are parties in Italy and Aus tria, perhaps, who might like to engage, but u both the Gorernments know better, such warlike uplratlons are of small araiL For the rest the Kmperor of the French, who practically keeps tbe key of that much quoted Temple ef Janus, hu declared for peace. England would scarcely fight for her self, much lass her friends, and when thoae two Powers are agreed, the rest of Europe has but little to say. Sttll two great ques tions must, I think, be settled those of Borne and Venice. MThe Emperor, It would seem, Is de termined to act up to the strict let ter of the convention of the 15th of Sep tember, and so I think It Is Impossible that the Pope can remain In Home, eren though guaranteed from any attack from without by thlsrery eonrentlonj So poor old Plo Nino will either hare to migrate or to retire to the restricted dominion of the Vatloan and those quaint gardens where the 'Duke of Welling ton and other celebrities are cut out fa shrubs like Mr. Pecksniff's dwelling, It will be 'a poor thing, but my ownand then Rome will become Italian, and that Taxed question be solved. Then the Venetian affair rises before us, and that, too, must be settled. Lookers-on might think that Italy's diffi culty should be Austria's opportunity, and that now that Italy must perforce reduce her army, Austria might beoome not only more obstinate as regards Venetla, but ag gressive u regards other territories; but then 'lookers-on' would forget that such a step on the part of the gorernment of Vienna would force tbe ifmperor .Napoleon to quit those pleuant paths of peace Into which he is leading France; but It li useless to discus such a chance In the face, not only of Aus tria's Impecunlosity, but of her Emperor's 'other rlews.' It will come to a bargain, you will see, and Austria will swallow her llapaburg pride and exchange what Ii really a barren honor for a large sum of Italian moner. which the eoncesaion of Venetla -In- raluable to Italy, but utterly worthless, nay, rery ei penal re, to Austria will permit the gorernment of Florence to pay. "Tbuearetbe two questions which now alone threaten the peace of Europe; and u the Emperor Napoleon Is more than likely to be already the aooepted umpire In both af fairs, It 11 not wonderful that his speech at the opening of the coming session of Parlia ment should b looked for with Interest and anxiety. Al I hare before said, I look upon tbe present as tbe moat peaceful period that hu dawned on us since the day, in 1853, when tne imperial orders sent tbe rrencu fleet to the Bay of Salami. and practically kindled the Crimean war; and I also consider that the great International Exhibition of 1867 Is a 'material guaranty that peace, glren not only by Franoe but by the European Powers who hare sent In their adherence to this great scheme of unlrersal loprorement. Apropos, we bad anotner aanereoi jeaicr day in the person of the Japanese minister hi name I spare you who, after examining all the plans, declared that bis Gorernment would send a great aod rarled collection; so no doubt the Japanese Court will not be one oftheleut Interesting of the series. The com rait tee bare now under their considera tions propositions for carrying out two schemes one for tb formation of a club for tha aahlbltors. the other for the bestsrstem of carrying on constant musical and dramatio performances in the languages of alt nations. Th sanitary authorities of Barcelona, In consideration, It Is said, of a report baring reached Spain that a " tendency to epldemlo diarrhoea" hu lately shown Itself amootf the population of London, hare forbidden Eng lish rowels to land their passengers without quarantine, either at Baroelona or at any other point of the oout for twenty leagues north and south. U Philadelphia, during 1865, the Chestnut Street Theatre recelred $1 66.038; the Arch, 9M8.867i the Walnut, $94,390; tb Aoade. my of Mnsie, $35,119, and Carncross A DUey, $54,637. War may a foolish fellow reckon on having the sympathy of a httter? Because a hatter bu always jilt (or a fellow In want tj w head-piece.