The evening telegraph. (Philadelphia [Pa.]) 1864-1918, August 05, 1864, FIFTH EDITION, Page 4, Image 4

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i-intrs wife lit at the door,
. A il. asant eiht o ", .
And tilith-jsome were tli wee, wee DAirn'
That pUjcd around her knoo.
Worn, ton.lni neath tier heavy creel,
A pnor fishwife came by, .
And, tornlne; from tha tollon rosa,
Uuto ui door drew nfgb.
Ftie Inld her bnrdr-n on the trreen,
b Sold them o erand a er.
Bat lrbly laofhed the v onna; (ruldwlfe,
We're no site scarrei o cheur;
Tab" P Joar CT' r, K"1' fnar wy"
I'll bujr oae rlsh aae dvar."
JenJinfr beneath her toad again,
- A weary light to are j
JHrht sorely slurred the poor fishwife,
"They're deur tlth to me!
Our boat was oot a fcarfa" night,
And, when the storm flew o'er,
X husband and my three brave sons
Lay corpse on the abort.
Tm hern a wife for thirty years,
A childless wiuow itireo;
I rnann bay them low to Mil agiu'n
They're dear Sub to me I"
Tb farmer wife turned to the door
What waa't upon bar cheek t
"What mi there rising in her breast,
Taai tben abe scarce could apeak )
8b thought spoil her aJn galdmati,
lltr litbeaome laddies three ;
Tbe woman'i worts had pierced her heart
"They're dear fish to me '."
"Com back," ahe cried, with quivering roice,
And ity ' pathtriD)? tear;
CVme In, come In, my poor weman,
,'re kindly welcome bore.
1 kentna o' your aching heart.
Your weary lot to dree ;
III rve'ar foriet your aad, aad words :
They're dear fish to me.' "
At, let tbe happy-hearted learn
To pauae ere ibuy deny
The meed of honest tod, and think 1
Mow ranch their gold may buy
How winch of manhood's wasted strength,
-What woman's misery
What breaking heart miitht swell the cry i
They're dear llbh to me!"
The long-bow has fallen into disuse as an in
atramentof war; bat a a sporting weapon in
society it still holds its own, and as much of other
people' a it conveniently can.
There art two kinds of long-bows constantly
iVrawn in connection with India, to which I de
sk to refer. These are :
1st. The leng-how drawn for themselves by
mr countrymen in India.
2d. The long-bow drawn for onr countrymen
Id India by our countrymen at home.
Let na lake them lu their proper order of pre
cedence. I bave known or heard of a great many men in
India who have been distinguished by eoubriifiut,
either on account of physical or mural peculiari
ties. - There was Codsliead Jones, for instance, ao
named on account of his striking facial rescru
"""biant to. a certain fish. He hud a brother
know a Flycatcher Jones, from a pleasant habit
f carrying his month open ; and another brotber
ailed Tiger Jones, in consequence of a certain
cat-like Merceries of physiognomy. Cheeky
Smith was also, a well-known character in my
time, hi description being taken from a vulgar
word which I am informed is significative of as
ssjrance. Another Smith was called Blacksmith, on ac
count of the darkness of bis complexion; for
wblcb, I suppose, he was a little indebted to na
tive blood. Kor tbe same reason an officer named
Windsor nsed to be called Brown Windsor, until
he said he wouldn't staud it any longer, when he
waa called so more than ever. There was another
Ulcer, too. whose remonstrances on this score
brought additional trouble upon his heud. Ills
same waa Wiudow, and a ho was something of
an exquisite In bis dress, be was generally known
as Beau Window. Tbe joke, mild as it was, so
annoyed him that he changed his name. Tbe
designation he chose was Lyon, which be thought
quite sale ; bnt the nrt time he aired it at mess
he was called Sandy Lyon on the spot; aud iho
remainder of his Hie is doomed to the most ab
tact despair.
Most men who were In India during the muti
nies must bave known Lieutenant-Colonel Fri
day, of one of ber Majesty's foot regiments. He
was one of tbe best billiard- players between Cape
Cemorin and tbe Himalayas ; but that is not to
the purpose. What I intended to say was, th it
he had a brotber, and that tbeir witty and face
tious friends, in order to distinguish the two, bsed
to call them respectively Friday week and Fri
day Fortnight. Among brothers, too, 1 must
not forget to mention the Glasses Musical Glass
aad Mrs. Glass; so called on account of their
talents for singing and cookery. Dirty Dickson
and Bbiny Johnson were other names given to
well known members of the military service, for
suggestive reasons.
There was another class of names also in vogue
some year ago, which omitted the real denomi
nation altogether. Thus tbe Colonel of a certain
regiment was known as tbe Smiling Curbra; and'
tbe Colonel ot a certain other regiment was never
spoken of ont of gene ral orders, except as tbe
bmiling Tiger. Sweet liil.y was the accepted des
ignation for a Ion it time of an officer on the staff.
hut one of tbe most remarkable names I ever
heard of was a real one. I will not give it to
yon literally (indeed, I have very cleverly dis
guised most of the above) ; but It was something
like Jestamine Blogg. Its owner lived in duel
ling duys ; and I huve heard that be bad to go
at upon FOine dozen occasions, in conae guence
f the Jests to which his incongruous appellation
gave rie.
Of all tbe MOuhrique4t common in India, however,
the majority seem to bave been directed at pecu
liarities of tbe Munchausen order to drawers of
the loug-bow. In fact; und, in order to distinguish
these, lite rather direct word "lying" has been
rrofutely employed. Thus you may hear of
ying Ilrown, Lying Jones, Lying Uobiusou, and
host of others, with a similar distinction
attached. Hot can it be denied that the word is
applicable Ut a good many stories going about
the three Presidencies, though the word "ro
ancing" would be perhaps preferable to ears
Elite. The stories arc for the most part horin
,and seem scarcely intended to de rive any
body but tbe teller, who after a time no doubt
keiieve them himself.
They generally refer to tbe physical or moral
'sweendenev poMsesscd by the hero over his fel
low-men ; his prowess in the field; his rlever
ness in controversy, tscially when at war with
tbe authorities; bis knowledge of wines, aud
capacity for consuming them; and ditto ditto
cheroots; bis feats in buying and ridiug horses;
his tremendous exploits in tiie way of Held
sportsi aad (this you may be sure) tlx) immense
execution which he has done in the way of lady
killing a class of game in reference to which
the long-bow is ept to be drawn to it fuliust
One of tbe most amiable aud excellent of tbes
social sportsmen was an oitlcer whom I will eaU
Carxain Tattle. I never happened to meet him,
hut bis stories are household words anywhere
between the latins and tbe lloogley. Of these 1
snbjoiu a few, which wsy be cousidereJ as fair
Tuttle wasa kmdand incessant tilkor, and over
any table where be wight be placed never failod
to let tbe party know that whether in battling
with men or beasts, or in whatever pursuit bo
might be engaged, he was superior to any man
you might insutiou, or who would be likely to
mention himself. Of his prowess in the lie. J here
is a sample :
"The fact is, sir, that when I am in action,
nothing can restrain me; and nobody knew this
better than Napier, before an enjragemcut began
be alwavs sent fur me, and said, 'Now Tuttle, you
know my wishes ; moderation above all things,
toy boy f 4I will do uiy best. Sir Charles,' was
niy nsual answer; 'but you know I cannot
always answer for conse'iueifces.' At Meeanre, I
emeinber, la particular he had bis eye upon me ;
and when be saw sue up to mr elbows la slain
ad off my own sword, sir! he sent an aid-de-
m. Very sorry, sir,' sys the aid ;
but yon an to give your sword to me, by tbe
general order,. B1U mot p,ltting you under
surest, he aiWed. UnirhinK ; 'but you are really
doing too much Well, (.tier was no help for it
o I gave huu u m, ,word- ut iir6ciiy hi
!' iw"J,r,i ,Bil rk with my scab
bard, and tinwhod ort svail mw) 'of tha
rascals evnteol I counted them aether lar
n tbe ground. And this u no i, tu. ' '
Tb latter somewhat necessary irUnn was
the usual reinforcement W h j must auuishiu
If Tattle went after a tler, it was alwave a
tiger such a no mau had ever bean alter before,
"There was beast in the Ncpaal Taral, sir,
that I was Uire season ia petting. He waa tbe
terror of Oude ; and llohilcuud was alrald to go
to bed when be made an excursion into that pro
vince. He was twenty-three feet six inches and
bail torn the I'uiui of ie uoee lo the tin of the
ia trnli wr as Ms? lomhtnei, and
hi wr.m. mi h ko.w ir... sir. Br
this tint I Dau nmnu mu ewmwi
worse than jIi'm ; so, leaving my hewdah, I
wrnt to rneotmter elm on foot.
Yon with a large tiger an !ephant only
make a convenient mark to spring at. On foot,
too can watch your opportunity, and let the
(eflt spring over yon. Well, he came on, ir;
i d 1 conld see bv the ntpreion of bis eye th'it
be awnre whom he had to deal with. He
could not have oke plainer if be had "aid, 'Tat
tle, my boy, I'm going ui te one too many fur
yon tms time, tnanwnai nomrani, nnu i inn
ft. Well, h ame on, snd I wufhed him clmely.
Fint tf ail he pave a roar that could have been
hard at Cawnpre. I had my dnu'ile-barrol
ready cocked ; but 1 was not fool enongh to tire
then; a tik'rr, you Know, always thrown np his
h ad to roar, und wtist was my chance of bitting
him In the richt place ? Bat I kojit my eye on
bim, and aw hiin ipiail.
"Then, recovering biinelf, he bsik Ihfl sprini;,
upon which I threw myself flat on my taro.
There was a rmh of wind, as II a heavy body
was bcinir hurled through the air. The had
come. The tier had gone over mo twenty tent.
I fcnw be would tnm to veat his disappointment,
ami wa ready for bim before ho conld recover
himself for another Fpring. A ballet in the briu
settled him at om, and the aoourRe of the Taral
not to mention Oude and Kohilcund no
more. I do believe, however, that I ahonld not
have killed him Ihat lime, but that he bad e it. n
a vlllsge tbe day before, and was rathor heavy in
oensequence. And thia la no lie, sir."
Ttis notable sportsman, I have been told, was
alto the hero of the rclebraw d story which has
bten rendered Into verse under the title of "A
K, w Ta e of a Tub." Getting tbe animal under
a barrel, be watched till it tail came through the
bung-bole. I nen. tytnif mat nppcntianu iuw a
I..... h.flnnlll l..ill With llM IIWTI.T llf hi ll'taiim.
If Tattle had to tell of a storm, it was such a
sturm as nobody bad seen but himself.
"A itorm. sir. such as would have turned yon
irside out. You should have seen all tbe piao
trees blown up shooting around mo like arrows
nnd It's no lie."
He is known to have related (he following, as
incidental to an occasion of the kind
"This occurred, sir. upon the Calcutta conrse.
Martingale, of ours, was driviug out with his
wife, i be carriase was overturned, and he had
to sit upon her to prevent ber from being blown
into F.astern Bengal. As it was, sho was left so
Ions on the road, exposed to the fury of the ele
ments, that ber hair was turned pea-grecu; nnd
ber foot and her nose were so injured that sno
was never able to put eiiher of them to the grouud
afterwards. Ana tins is no lie, sir
When Tattle could not make an effect in any
other wav. be would start a neua'ive peculiarity.
and make a point of that. He was as jealous of
his prowess at wbist ns at killing men or tigers.
Thus a harmless man at mess telling of some
little triumph the niht before, in which trunps
were concerned, Tattle burnt npon bim in this
"Tintnps! who wants trumps? I have made
more monrT at whist than any man of mr ran
and standing In the seivlce, vet I never wanted
trumps. Why, sir, I never held a single trump
in tne wnoie course oi my me.
"Surely, Capiain Tattle, you must have he!
... u. Vw nn ,Al,lf
Vir ,i MM'f " mu .v.. .........
Most men would bave been pn: down by tin
bnt Tuttle whs the more on bis mettle.
"The remark just show your ignorance, sir.
Any man who has ever played with me knows
tbut I always maiiq a mimical.
Upon tbe simples! subjects It was tho same
Si mehoclv remarked in his bearing u;on a break
fast bo hud been U. a brilliant affair which bad
lastid ball' the dav.
"Ilreakfa-t!" said Tattle; "who eats break
fast? I never ate but one breakfast In my life,
und that disagreed with me. Sot sucb an ass as
to try another. Nobody but an idiot would dream
oi enting breakfast."
The indd mun who made the remark wished ho
hadn't. The rest of tbe men present, who took
breakfast every day of their live, expressed
tbi mselves strongly in favor of Tattle.
There are other men, besides Tattle, who tell
strange stories of India, and who abufe tbe privi
lege which travelers bave of drawing the long
bow. Many a stn ng pull is taken in polities.
Ilarger, of the civil service, for instance, would
disci urse In this manner:
"My dear fellow, I can assure yon that yon
labor nnder a delusion in England as to tbe esti
mation in wul -h our system is held. A wretched
section among tho natives don't like it, nor us
either. Hut the great majority of tho people
know when they are well oil. und have the
crcutett reaard for tbe British, whom they would
not eschar ge for any governing class on the face
of the earth. I would undertake to control u
district as large as well, say Wales without a
European regiment within a hundred miles. A
few native police is all 1 want, just to keep up
the appearance of order; and but for the planters
and tbose ttieddiirg fellows the missionaries,
there wou'd never he a shadow of annoyance
from ono year's end to tho other."
Old Colonel Chuiney, of the N. I., would take
a pull tit tb weapon in th1 style :
"1 till you what It is, sir, J u:k Sioy will go
anywhere and do anything, so that ho is properly
led; and I never beard of nny douht n'liut hiin,
un il the country got oveiru:i with Europeans,
giving tbe men new ideas, and making them be
lieve that we hud religious prejudices and all that
sort of thing. 1 only know tint I would rattier
ttust my men than any rcgiaii:it of drunken
Knulislnnin you coulil givo mo to coinaiaud.
My men look np to their outers," &c, Kc.
Sentiments of this kind have not been quite so
freely expressed since &i7 ; but they are felt for
all that; and both civilians and military men are
still found occasionally to draw the Company's
In social life yon may bear old Indians assert
ing the superiority of the country in a manner
calculated to excite incredulity. Sanguine, for
instance, of the house l Sanguine, Ardent & Co.,
who has been live and twenty years in Calcutta,
baa scarcely seen the outside of tbe ditch, and has
bad nothing to do all the time but to sit quietly
and let bis money accumulate ; this is Sanguine s
style :
"Now. I ask yon candidly, my boy, did yon
ever get such u dinner in Eiigluud ? i wou't say
awoidabout tbe mullngniawny, because that Is
btyond'qiiesilon. You say we are weak in fish.
I don't know that. When the topsee mutchlee
Is in feu son, I think wc need not fear comparison
with Europe ; und even now too salmon to bo
suie has lieeu brought out in tins, and is not
quite pulutablu without vinegur; and the oysters,
as you sny, must be scolloped, to a great extent,
before ou can ttuud tbetu. But look at the cr.iy-
lish and tbe pawn-currv have yon anything to
compare with them at borne ? And, touching the
thincs in tins, anything that Fortnum and Mason
can do. can't we take advantage of? Ixnik at
the triillled thinpsonthe table. Tho Overland
h ui, I suppose, Is us Hue as can be procured m
Europe ; und the native turkey would do credit
10 a Christmas in Norfolk.
"Our mutton can Wales offer you any thing
better ? In sweets, I grant we are not iiit so
stroug. The icily is apt to be salt; but the w ly
tin y manage tbe ice-pudding, is It not a credit to
Asia t As you say, a great deal of bad w'iun does
somehow make Its way out In re. The kind of shcr
rr mea will accommoiiaie themselves to is surpris
ing, und port is -cart ely to be thought of. Hut
tbe claiet is fair, and) ou can ;:et good chain
paiinc, us yon know. As for tbe beer, I tell yon
on my honor, that I never fasted titer til to drink
except In India, llcer that has not made a voy.
sue Is barbarous beverage lit only for coal
beavira. Cigars there, of coarse you give in. I
flatter myself jon never tasted anything like a
really poud No. 1 M inllia Throw tha'. an jy and
tuke uiiotlii r; never smoke them too low." And
so on ad infinitum.
The climate will bring out another steady ad
mirtr. Hear (irampus, of tbe Irregulars, on the
guhicct :
"The climate the great drawback of Imlhi, did
von say ? The finest climate in tho world, sir I
Why every season is a separate enjoyment!
When von urc tired of the dry heat, you get tbe
ruins ; and when you're tired of the rains, you get
the cold weather."
You venture to suggest that the enjoyment
teems to be obtained on tne principle or "any
thing for a change, and that neither the dry bout
nor tbe wet beat can uo very pieasaui u people
kjm ho anx ious to get rid of it. You make a sug
gestion, too, in reference to the hot winds which
are prevalent in many parts Of tho country. Tula
givus Grampus a point.
a ...... . . 1 T 111... l.,. -.!.la
JUC not winua, air I & iinu mw hui w iiimo. uj ,
they give yon an evportunitv to use tatties and
tlicrmuntidotes, so thai you may sit quietly in
your room and bave all the Iienetit of the open
air. Between the tattles, tbe thermantidotes, and
the piinkahs, a man may take bis dinner in a
gale of wind and any man who does not like
that must li a loot.
There is no answering such an argumentum ad
Lm. as this : so there is nothing for it but to
submit that it is a very pleasant thing to be iin-
pnMnt'U ID MIC UW mi atwi' vmiww.
cool by carefully catching cold, to cling on to
your papers, it you are reading or writing, to pre
tt tbi m from being blown awav. and to bav
yoor i.ot dinner almost as well cooled as your
w ine about two minutes after it has been on the
tnUe. You have the conshi.ion, however, of
knowing that you friend is drawing the long
bow, fti true, indeed, that yon can get very
good dinntra in India, the material eojoymenta
of life being easily procurable; but the discota.
forts incidental to the climate, and especially tha
ruin. ut and the monotony wrucn taey occasion,
cannot be disguised. ..
That there are compensating advantages for
these dlsconiiuru may be supposed, or you would
notbndold Indians representing them as luxu
ries, i u laei is mat Grampus i Uit'Ory oi enjoy.
nf nt Is not without fbn1aoa. Thebsth, which
Is apt to he a bore In a cold ponntry, ia tbe most
welcome of stimulants In a warm one ; and the
enervating atmosphere tends to make roost of
the remedies resorted to positive Instill of
merely negative pleasures. For the same reason
socb common luxuries as wine r.nd beer become,
doubly welcome to tbe pilule. Moreover, the
Indian Is aide to take his eae to an extent. As
a rnla. be is a great d":il richer than he wonld be
at borne ; and a large houe, a crowd of servants,
ami a good stnd of horc, are powerful aids In
reconciling him to his- condition.
r ir-t
Nlngsn nnd
A number of years ago, Mox Morctek pub
lished a very spiry and entertaining volume of
s rsonal reminiscences, under tho title of "Cnt-
cbets nnd Quavers." In this work, ho told the
experience of an imftnmrio in the 1'nltod Kbit"
nd Mexico, l.umlcy, tho well-known lxindoii
manager, has followed his example, and a b.xik
ha lately appeared nt tho English capital cti'.i-
tlcd "Kemlnisccnccs of tho Opera, by llen.j.iiiiin
Ills career is contemporaneous with that of
Oris!, Frexzollnl, Sontug, and Jenny l.ln 1, who
are now beginning to be looked upon as gingers
of the fRt, though most of them yet alive ap
pear in public when they can.
According to Mr. I.nmlcy, tho task of nn opera
manager is thankless enough. Hero is what he
I nj a of
It hit) been already observed that no assistanf o
ia afforded to our theatres by government. Any
one designing to enter npon tho management of
one, especially of tbe Italian opera, bas to provide
CHiulal. to make auvunco, anu to uuiray nii ex
penses beforehand trusting to overtake all by a
sncessfnl season, or rather by a series of such.
1 he man himself should possess the sort of talent
and knowledge adapted to tno enterprise, ana
ought likewise to be endowed with lortitudn,
honefulness. oaticnce. and oower of selt-control
roupleu nun strong iie.uin anu aoiiuy to cnuuru
fa'ti.tip. Now. suniMisinga courageous and com
pel! lit pet son to present nimself in the position of
a director, muting mo requisites skcicubu unovu,
with what feelings do we find bim regarded by
the theatrical scition of tne putillc r
The answer will suggest Itself to most of those
who have bad experience of tbe habits of Imdon
society. From the noldo patron and patroness
down to the subscribing bookseller; from the
wealthy citizen qowu to tno morfurc an ire
auenters. or would be frequenters of the opera,
entertain a common aemiment of hostility tow
ards "the munagf r." Must of tbcm grmlgo giving
their money. Each seeks to obtain his amuse
nient by tbe least possible onilay. Admissions
"gratis are sought wiih Importunity by those
who can set forth the slightest claim to the favor.
Artists themselves show no consideration for the
director's purse, bnt clnmor for boxes and tickets
for friends without limit. Such is the wide-
spreading feeling among tbe opera-going public
on the opening oi a new season.
No one thinksof tho outlay, but every omc cal
dilates the gains. Whocvor expresses pleasure
at the thought that the manager is miking
a profit? He is, to speak openly, tbe "common
ni mv" In tlm even of both nnblic and artists.
The latter feci injured if he reaps the harvest of
their labors, and tliinK he otignt to pay mem
bigbcr; the public feel displeasure at the prices
required lor admission, und argue that if the
theatre rays the tariff ought to be lower.
I.nsily, the difficulties ot tho director, when they
become notorious, excite no compassion.
A few rich noblemen tender a certain amount
of support, on the nnders'ood condition of being
allowed to influence the administration; and
when, induced by the-ellattcringhopesof friendly
assistance, the mauaucr parts with bis independ.
enoe, be bei omcs poweiless to recover his losses,
and linnlly meets bis ruin at the bunds of tbe
aristocratic ally, who relentlessly presses for re
payment out of an empty treasury. Indeed, when
the enormous expenditure Involved in the carry
ing on of the theatre, its high rent, tbe heavy
rate of insurance against tire, the army of func
tionaries in its pay, the wear and tear of the
"properties," the losses by non-payment of boxes,
the vast sums absorbed by tbe artists singers,
dancers, and orchestra are all taken into con
sideration, it is easy to imagine how large must
be tbe receints which should balance such out
goings. And be it alwavs bnrno in mind, that in
the case of Italian opera, tho season, properly so
called, lusts no more than four or live months
out ot the twelve.
It was under Mr. Lnmlcy's management that
Jenny Lind appeared before an English audi
ence ; and this is the way it was brought about :
In the autumn of IMS tho now widely cele-
bratfd enntatrice was delighting the pupils ot
Frankfort by ber talent, when accident threw ber
in tbe way of an English lady, cb'saly allied to a
Swedish tiimily with whom she had been inti
mate nt Stockholm. In the course of conversa
tion Mademoiselle l ind became aware that the
true and fitting arena for her talent in London
was the stage of Her Majesty's Theutre.
Although tar lrom sanguine as to her own suc
cess iu Knelaml, she wua at least anxious to
liberate bcrsclt trom an engagement contracted
hastily and under an erroneous impression; and
licr newlv acquired friend was shortly afterwards
imested by her with full powers to rrea'. with
Mr. llunii Tor a relen-c trom ner contract, .-"leco-tiations
were conseqnently opened with Mr.
Bunn, who, far from showing himself at all
nnieasonable, proposed at first the apparently
model ate condition that Mademoiselle, Und
should pay him either the tnm of Jt.XHJ as a for
feit tor nrcacu oi contract, or jljuo, coupiou wmi
tbe promise to sing lor bim one night at bis
ibeatrc gratis.
These terms were considered so accepiauie ny
the frier d of tbe fair singer, tha' their ratifica
tion by Mademoiselle 1.1 nd was confidently ex
pected. VJnlortunalciy tne young lady, ignorant.
It mav be nrcsnmed. of tho wavs of the world
nnd of her own real position, replied only by a
letier addressed to tho manager ot Uniry Lane,
in which she appealed to his "generosity" to
grunt ber an unconditional surrender of the con
tract, urging that in an nnguarded moment an
engngt ment had been extorted Irani her of which
she now saw tne imprudence, and putting it to
bim as a man of honor and feeling to release her
trom ber bond.
Such a proposition was manifestly untenable;
and by this Ill-advised step on the part of Made
moiselle land, the negotiations whi :h had been
conducted in so amicable and promisiug a man
ner on riclinit ot tiie prima ilonnn necessarily ter
minated. Tbe period fixed by Mademoiselle
Lind's engagement with Mr. Bunn having passed
away, tbe allnir bid become only a question of
damages, in uetoner, itviti, i made more man
one attempt to secure the services of the cele
brated Swedish Nightingale ; but these attempts
were made in vain. Tbe )oung singer had
conceived so inordinate a driadot Mr. Bunn
ven licence, and of bis intentions to perse
cute ler with newspaper attacks and other
means of annoyance, on account of the "breach
of promise," that she could not overcome her
repugnance o visit the shores of England. Still
1 did not det-puir, and, following Mademoiselle
l.iud I nun Fntiikfort to Stuttgardt, and thence to
liaunstarit. I at last snc. ve.lcd in prevailing on
the coy KHisti-e-a to contract nn engagement
at my 'theutre. Here I bad to employ all my
liest ability. Besides holding out to ber tbe most
brilliant prospects Itoth of fame and fortune, I
went so far as to uudertuke to bear any loss that
might fall i pun her in the event of a law suit with
Mr. Ilium. Tbe terms of this engagement were
tur superior to any hitherto offered to the cele
brated SitlfWT.
She was offered one hundred and twenty thou
sand francs (four thousand eight hundred pound')
lor the season, reckoning trom tho litti ot April
to the 2otb of August, besides a bouse free of
I'horge.uud a carriage nud pair of horses to be al her
disposal ; a further sum of eight hundred pounds
should she lie inclined to pass a month in Italy,
for study or repose, prior to her hbit ut Her
Majesty's Theatre; lastly, the liberty to cancel
ber engagement if, after her first appearance on
the boards, and her success falling short of licr
expectations, she felt disinclined to continue her
Mr. Lnmley also knew the great buffo
There wan a greatness about this genuine artist
to which no parallel can be offered ; and I recol
lect a persou of distinction saying that he never
thought of bim without recalling to mind the
Scriptural record, "There were giants in the land
in those days." Ills style was as grand as his
person was large; yet there were nosubtllitles too
nice to escape his power of delineation. When,
in early days, he played the "Mud Father" In th
now forgotten opera f Arjneu (which by the w ay
was founded on one of Mrs. Opio's novels), he
varied the insanity according to the country ia
wbiih he acted, representing an Italian madness
at Naples, a German madness at Vienna.
Ui boul.omi was irresistible. I recollect an
occasion when he had a long conversation with
Jenny Lind, previous to her debut at Her Majesty's
Theatre, blie appeared timid and reserved ; but
be dexterously turned the discourse so as to treat
of her past career and Continental success. Tbe
charm was not to be withstood. She look up th
thread where Lablache bad dropped it, aud.w hil
her countenance flashed with vivacity, seemed to
forget everything bnt ber own triumphs. With
tbe portly figure of Lablache a. droll story is con
nected. When at Fans he WfcVaouusiouicd, like
Kossini and other notahilibinw'ti vTnxme lor his
promenade tbe part oi the Joulvvaid'dvi Iuilicui
which lie" between the Chaus-cc Anlin n
I'a'sage de l'Opera,
One "vlnter's d it a vV'nt ji10wor caused him
to seek retug In the ttl.tMct of the passage, and
am afterwards a young gamin bethoasjbt nim
iclf of the, time obclter. However, to enter a
pafs barricaded by a Labloche wei no very
4ay roatier, especially wnen tne coiossai oatto
bail bis rlt'owa extended nnaer an ampie ciaaii,
and swuyi d from one side of tho pasage to the
other. The hoy, tired ot dodging the living gate,
bs'k hold of a corner of tho rlant's cloak, and
pnl'lng it Initlly, critd, "Cordon, s il vom
p'ait!" the cxnp'viion in n-u? when tbe con
cierge Is r quire) to open a aixir. t.ioia. ue en
tered into the humor of the position, and as he
lit the boy pass imi atcd the motion ot a door
turning on Its hinges.
Old opera-goers will remember the cxiite-.neut
created by the dance ;! which Tagl onl, Carlotta
Ori.-I, Cerito, an I I.n 'ills ft rah n all took p&rt.
The Indefatigable l.umlcy was spsnonsiblo for
tills famous
1 l'AS m: UCATTIE.
Let no one nnrcrv.iluo tho nnignlt'ido cf this
tremendous task. I was Informed by a well-
known diplomatist that, when tho prepnrulious
lor tho solemnities nnu lesiivun's audio. no upon
the coronation of the Emperor of Austria as King
of l.ombordv, at Milan, wero placed in his hands,
the settlement of a de rii ur, to lie danced by
Carlotta Oris! and t'erlto (although then com-
nn i
nrotlvely mere tyros nt the scaia), cot mm a
hundredfold more irotible than all the, other com
plicalf d arrangements ol the festival.
All was at length adjusted. Satisfaction was in
every mind; the nai rfe fudirr was rehearsed
was announced; tho very morning of the event
lia.i arrived; no further hindrances were cx
pcetod. Suddenly, while I was engaged with
lawyers In my own room, deeply ocenpied with
the I'mal arrangem-nts for my purchase of tho
opera-house (of which more hereafter), poor
1'crrot rii'lud unannounced Into my presence In
a state of intense de-pair. Without regard for the
eciious conclavo assembled, be uttered frantic
exclamation, tore his hair, and at last found
breath to say that all win over -trVit the pa di
ouiitrf bad lullin to tho ground and never could
be given !
Wilh difficulty the nnfirtnnato ballet-master
was calmed down to a sufficient at te of reaion
to be nblo to explain the canse of his anguish.
Tho cmpletiou of tho purch of the opera
house was suspended lor a few minutes and the
explanation came as follows: When all was
ready I bad desired l'errot to reflate the order
in which the separate xu of each dunwiae should
come. The place of honor, the last in such cases
(as in refill proi ess-ion), had been ceded without
over-niueb hesitation to Mademoiselle Taglioni.
Of tbe rcmnlning ladies who claimed equal
rights, founded on tub nr. and popularity, neither
would appear beforo the other. "Mon Dicu!"
exclaimed tho ballet-master in distress, "Cerito
no vert nss eonimoncer avatit Carlotta til Car
lotta avant Cerito, ct 11 n'y a pas ruoyen de los
fiiiro botiger; tout est llnl!" "Tbe solution is
easy," said I to poor l'errot. "The question
of tulent must ha decided by the ptitiiic.
But in this dilemma there Is one point on which
I n m sure the ladies will bo frank. Letthe oldest
take her unuiiestiouab e right to the envied post
tion." Tho ballet-master smote his forehead,
smiled assent, nnd hounded from the room npon
tbe stage. The iudgment ot tbe man iger was
announced. The ladies tittered, laughed, drew
back, and were now as much disinclined to
accept the right of position as they had been
btfere eager to claim it. The ruso succeeded;
tbe management of the affair was left to Monsieur
1 crroi s nanus, i ue. oruer oi mo iwikb iremii
settled, the iranit tmt Jn uunlre was finally per
formed on tho innio night beforo a delighted
andieuce, who little knew bow noarly they bad
been denrlvcd of their expected treat.
To clote these remarks we give here a pleasing
anecdote of
The dinneT party nt the embas-y was a small
one. no other company lading Invited except Mr.
and Mrs. O .Mademoiselle Lind, Madame
Catalan! und her daughter, and one English
gentleman, a well-known amateur of the o;era;
the secretary of the embassy and a sister of tho
ambassadress being also present. After dinner, tbe
weather being warm, the party strolled in a garden
attached to the emb ifsy Catalani and Jenny
Lind talking much together. In tho evening some
little embarrassment arose anuat asking jenny
1 jn.l el,,., lutn.iiian ia nn nni rnl'iKO, ft rn.
quest made by the representative of majesty, tho
Marchioness considerately forbore to place tho
voung Swede in a position ol uuticuity. nut
Catalan!, who was burning with curiosity to bear
Jenny Lind sing, perceived that there was some
hesitation, went up to tho "Nightingale," and
asked her with grace and earnestness to oblige
tho company with a song, adding: " Cut la
vielU Catalani aid dwirt reus entendre chanter.
avant de mour ir P' Such nn appeal from sucb a
person overcame nil Jenny's habitual disliko to
sing In private society. She sat dawn to tho
piano, and alter a few hars of prelude, gave her
incomparable " Nun crcdea miiarti," playing tho
accompaniment ncrseii.
The tulei of ActrewMfH.
Married ladies, who are in tho profession along
with their tamilies, aro generally great armies,
bavins not only to play tbe mother anu mo mis.
tress at homo, but to ocrform tbeir Dirt on the as well haviiiK L attend the reboanial and
the broth-pot at tho same time. I was exceed-
ln-!v soirv for one poor lady. who. alonir with
son and two daughters, wasa member of the
company at bbipphuui. Maternal amomon
prompted ber to aid In forwarding bor children
iu the profession, mid she sacrificed bur own de
sires to their intorest, and freriuouily got well
al ustd by tbe iiiaiia. er for ber pains. She has
since died, poor woman, and so has ono of her
daughters iu question ; but her son, I observe, is
getting on well, nnd is now in a good position in
one ot the lirst-cliiss provinciui mcairco iu e-uj-land.
Seeing what this poor lady had to endure, I
have otlen wondered, when I have read line criti
cisms In the nespaers cutting up Mrs. So-and-8o
for her poor couceptlons and bad acting, how
it was possible for that, lady to act at all. She
bad three young children to nurse and attend to,
aud the united salaries of herself and husband
were exactly U7s. a week a little daughter being
thrown in as a sort of make-weight. She could
huve no soul for ar: she could have nothing but
anxiety, poor woman ; what with lodgings to p ty
for, stae properiius to provide, and money to lay
away for the next Journey, which might, for
aught she knew, be from Dundee to Dudley, she
could have but a poor time of it. The very cir
cumstance of the child thrown In to make up
the salary was an annoyance, because she must
have clean shins, und wonld bave occasionally to
wtar satin ahoes.
Why stay lu a profession where there is so
mnch mlscrv ? I think: I hear my readers say,
" Hut what 'can the So-and-So's do? She was
torn in the profession, so to sjreak ; and he, what
nA..i . .1.. .,-.. ,.n t,n" TriiA Ilia
tuuiil lie un iiuv en 'ii .iv, ., . .w
ambition is some dav t start a taverni that is,
apparently, all his uu docs for him makes him
long to chance Nbakesi earc and tbe stae for the
bai tbe bar of a public house. I have some
where read of n irreu' actor who made up a most
lugubrious catalogue of tbe ills he bad fallen heir
to. even alter be ban worked his way to the ton
tt bis profession, ami bail become a famous Lon
don acior ; and one (it Ids grievances I remember
wus, tbut there was iu the green-room only one
class, out ol which he had to drink in common
with all the memio-rs of the theatre. Poor fel
low ! Hail be never u tndered over the country
with his niiproirct tl t es peeping ont of a pair of
stiiue I'oors. and urn. i-la "property" vest aiding
tu sbiclil bim Ir. in 'tie cold, aud glad to beg a
drink i f beer or mil , to keep up the steaui as he
journeyed aloi g r
Wesnppot-e iin:. or Iri the lnxurlons enjoyment
of his lilly puumts a iveck, he had perhaps for
gotten those days ; 0' t I am much mistaken if,
like the most of me members of the theatre at
Shippljatn, he ha" n 't passed years of his life
without bavin the p'Wilege ot drinking out of a
glass of any kind, l-'ew of tho small country
tbeatri baie u grc n room, and Shipphamwas
no i xeepliou. As 1 kave already mentioned, wo
assembled iu a coiner behind the scenes, all hud
dled together over a eiunll spark of lire ; and I
never saw a glass thore at all, except when a few
of us ml-'bt oiu for a bottle of ale, and borrow
such a vessel to drink it out of, which we all did
in common. I very shrewdly suspect the great
actor in question had many a time to do the same
thing. OUniptet of Heal Life.
irloaala admiring eves:
Iftoeause luvidlolis ail-dis ;
If to tse a bioouiiDK Hewer,
t adiag, dying In aa hour Biaurv I
If to have a hast of frleada ;
irfor vfee to mate amends;
li'wlth hikli-born blood lo wed :
It a marble atoue wtiea dead WkALia!
u to live threes, ore aad ten,
Wishing Uie aa long agala;
to live a lite of peace;
II to die and go to ortoe Hr-at m !
If yoa wish a life of pleasures;
ir ou valae this wor:d' iraoanrel;
t' every eomfoit vimi would aee.
Take mj advkte, aad wishel rArss.
H en. having Beallh, Wealth, and Beauty,
iuu'll be n-epared lor every duly.
lira careful perusal of Pr. WILLIAM VOl'MOB Kew
ook, llll; MAkltlAHE l.l lllK, Khleh should he read
by every oar. Sold by lluokselk ra gcue'all) . and at t.;.e
D.Htor i on-.te. No. 1S ai'amjB aTUICET; price K.
John c i xj i r.
V... 1A Lulitili STREET,
A Urea fneea of bniidina tueciiaulos of ail hranches
alasjsoaaus. , aisl-wiuiwa
-pA.irvTirejn rAiwTiifoii
Orslntna, Olaslnf.OOdrnf Glass, BalsoounlBS,rspl
?tral,MnK. Aa.
NAMAKirt n ri
Tur. M"T t'tBTAii Kr.asur ICvra I'ssd,
(iciNoiiicii'KA. i.i.rrr, .TKK"rrnF.a. ,
r.'noiiii" un Mlnrml. no Halam. no MiTturj.
Only tr n pills i.i b tussil In rrli el a run.
Caffs In from iwn to Mar dnys.sml recm tm'rn in
Itv. i.ljr f.nir h.'iirii.-' I'rir.l t a sraihiats of tho
nlvrsltv nf Pnnsv'V!iri1a, on nf Ihs inost snilnent
lux tors snl Chomims of ths jrosiit aj.
hO Xlo-l'lti:. HO TKDCBl.K, SO IMIK w"ur..r.n.
I ! who nnvo apanftlred of cHltiv or wh.
tivol..n sorfdwlth Bslasia Oofiv, or Mer:ury,st
once try the, ,
noifliumn r mi i
Srnl tiv mnll In s nlsln i-nvio
) ric f ,' hi ki , tl. K. il, tl.
hiAwfi jiixxuiil nbOODin bijm)diiii
WKOKi'Lt, ri.'rna. aotiKa, spots, tkttkhs,, HIIII,,
YI'IIILtfl 1R Vr-S I'KS"A t, IMKKAtsKt, Ac, Ate,
rlAMAltirAN H
Ts ttflrr d f nnhlte an s inslilv enrs.
R1TA N H KIMCr ANU IIKKH Jt'K.K, Is Oi most p(ot,
errtaln,snd Sllscln! T-nii.ay sv rrowrltHHl : It rs'Sshoi
Soil f tail cls svirv rinirw m nn viktt, r
H,il h, i-ors Is thorons-h an prrmsnoot. I'sfcs thfn of
tins parlfyii t rcm,W and o hfl.l, snd do not trsnsrnlt
our poslmy mat lor wnitn you mij ,v-n hi j.
I'M W.l I'rni ji,,t
Aflttoiitfh vfill msv le prmioiin'-d IncarnMo.thf SAMA-
TtlTAN M lii it and IIKIlll ,11'H'KH will reraovs v.Ty
tiMt luipiirlilfs from the nystciu. as wcu as aiiino
bud i'hVct ui Hit rears
fF.MAI.KP! rr.MAi.i;t
Tn mmty nnt'ons with wlip-h anmlwrs of Knnsks
raCi-r. the ItoDT ANI Mr.KII jeici.s nwl nsiMaiT
S'taptnl, In f.-crslfd IIitiis, In Lacorrhi.'S, In biNirln
ral ina of the w oluo, uoiaiii,auu lur tu vuuitiuuiiia
Uli lilint to the M-.s.
Bent by cxprera iTfe ?i a ooioi, or ooiui's ror v-.
Is, In rssea of fS)plillls, inert In connartlon with Uie Koof
and llrrh Juices, foil Slrctlons. I'nco 111 enls.
The ettli ucv of the. e morale is alike a.'Snowleiteeil hy
I.liyslrlans and patx-nla. 1 hev are n-d In ihs United
Htu'ra Hn.pltals, Ihus rrttoilnf healiii to many ol our
br.ive sot'ltets.
Vrom the naetmore "nun:
"Post Hospital, Kosr Masphali., I
llulllmoro, .Md , Fat), A), lsU. i
"t sstlsfaition in s-afna that I havanaed
Th Samaritan Htmeiivt' for Vf-nef-al lllseass In US
ntor t ciisloauirv forma ; tbut I havs li-en inem wun jiiuk
neut, illscrvtK n, and properly, and have found them
resp.'lid to my anticipations promptly and ctTertnally.
Kii' wlhir II eoinpeslilon. I have the fnlli-st connaencfl
In their eillruey, and as f. r aa my nss of tlicui eslenda, I
recommend Uieiu auonKly, .. ..,.,-
"alihwj e:. miwr.iv.-s,
"Asslsfant-SurKi'onMu New Vork Vols."
T i l he iiiuloriood thai these remedies are aa rneom-
niemlert, and will Hisittvely curs ths ulseascs for whlt-h
thi-y are olieieu.
Bo d iy is- in"".
UKtMOsil) . ').,
Jy.l-tulhsZm ko. SI4KAOK Street.
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riur S'J.
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Pinllc hueetnl.arf everyday (Hundajs excepted), at 11
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Apply for pruniEe hy this line, the su.ire id' New Jeiiwy
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Four pates dally to AtUutlo City.
On aid ailer MONDAY, July 4, tfm leave Vlnsitreet
Ferry ae follows :
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peared, leaving Mie bcautione of tho moat dulitiktiul un
tiie cvust.
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Ihe aUuinslilp NORM AN , Baker, wiU ssllfruni Plilladtd.
t'hia lor ltostou, on Saturday. Augoat Sih, at 10 A. M ,
aad Uie siiaiiisldp BAXON, rdattuewt, rrvmBiMWu tor
ri,Uaelphiu, "B same day, at 4 1". kl.
Tucse new and i-nl,ituiaJ atcainshtaa form s reirular
line, aallfug flora eat-h port punctually on Haturdas .
Iii.uiiincea eiletttd at one hall ihe pnuuiutu skargrd oa
Suie veeaels.
rit iiil.u takeu at fair rales.
Bi ippers aie reiuesud to aend Blls Becel.ts aud kills
LaifTuir vlth tliell' K'od.
t'ur Vielghtorpassuge (lintrlnr fine acromraodatiiMit)
epiilylo HENRY WI.ShOH A CO.,
,al-U Ko. . DEI.AW ABB Arenue.
rand Bwtltsure Unea, via Delaware and
in l anal. The steamers of these Hues are leaving
ally at VI o clock M and 6 o clock P. al., front tnud pior
gliove w ainut atreet.
lor rrelvbt, which will be token en accouunedaUug:
terms, apple toV. IU4.VM at. IIAIBD et CO.,No.l4B.
liK.LAWABK Avenue.
2aalAsssSa of the Kireragua Houte.TUe eiegaut new
aiauuisuip UOI.I'KN Kf LB, will leave
ON SA'll Rli.lY, Auinist nooa.
Iweet rales of tluougU from rhuadetpbla to
Ban Kranctaco.
Apply tu W. A. HAMII.L,
Id lm Ho. M WALNUT BUeit.
a&akaasste Augual IS, 1 I.
i ,.c inni.ii ti.rp ASCOL'VEB, Captala J. V. Carlisle,
ni sail as above.
Jtor Irtiabt oi passaire, apply tn
jyll-tf Ho. M WALts'tl btivet
U( a AnilAMtl'.MI.NTB OK
JOIlH. rw KiHK llm
TM IfmMs sid Amney sna muailripnm
Railroad V apsantoe' LUiaa from FklSideliaila as iew ork
ax, 4 a ay rimes
Funis WAl.KfT WUARf,
' Win leave as follows, via. : . vies.
At s A M.,v aitnden and Amboy, C. and A.A-
foaainodAtioft $'i V
Ale a. na , via s amutn ana jersey niy, stomins
Epn ss
At VI M . via Camden and AmPoy, C and A. Aronm-
Al 'I y. M. via Caindeu and Anilioy, C. and A. K-s-
Al 1 I'- St. .via Cntnilen and Auitoy,AueoniaaHlaiion
(Hrlil,lai"l Paen,er)
AtnP. M., via t'amilen and Amroy, Aivunnm lalain
IFreislil and l'asi n' r) 1st t'laaslkkel
Jdt lass do V ' V :
At 7?. I' M., via r'amden and AmSoy AecoonnisU-
ll' n (Frenliland Fasaenner), 1st Class Tl.sel....
e. 1 A..
3 n
J l'l
t si
li.rllamn 1 mini, .Mo-no vrn, "'"'"'" """- " 1
llen. I amherlvMe FI'nilB.'ioii, e .S'.fl F. I.
Kir Fknilneion, Lambertvllle, and Intermedials 8U-
"T.'r "iVunt Violly, llvansviile, lvmherton, and V'm-en-
town, si A. M., II and A F. M.
lor Freehold at fi A. M, snd P.M. .,,-.,,
FT Palmyra, Klv. rt Ilelunso, H'verly, tlnjllnslnn,
Plorei.ce. Iloidi'ntiiwn. at A. M., VI M., 1, .1
amis P M. 1 he J nt and j P. M. lines run gire.i throush
ForV"myra, Klverlon, Delaneo, Beverly, and llurliou-
Hri'anihoot Trenlnn, for TtriaM, Tliitllnirton, Peverly,
Torrescale. and I arony nl A.M. and 2 iin V. M.
Will leave as follows : .
At 4 A, M., Inisht) la Ksnstnrrton tnaMrw Tor'., ,
t ashir .irron anil New York .Mail -
At H IS A. M., via Kenslnxton and Jersey City t.x
At 4 :i F. M., via Kenslnslon nd Jeney t;lly F.s
At Sit F. St., via Kenslnirlon and Jersey Illy,
Washlni arid New York Kpreas 1
Siinilsy lines have al 4 A. M. amis I', P.M. Therewill
be no line al 4 A. M. N'licht) on Mondays.
For Water llap, rUroud-onra, a, ranlnn. W llke.harTe,
1eiitrr e,t.reat llend, Miineh fhiink, AHen'own, lleth-
him, llelvldere, Kiiaii n. I.aniliert v III.', Flemlncron. Ac ,at
7 1.', A. M This line eonniels wilh the train l"Slns ta-ton
for Main h ri nnkat S ki F. M. . I
For 1 kmlngtoii, Laialmrtvllle, and Intermediate sUUons
Vor'lirl'stol,Trenion,Ac.,at T-lAand 1111 A.M., and 5
P. M.
For nolme,biirs,Taeonv, WIliomln, llrldeshunr, and
Frankli rd at 9 A. M., i. 1 and 0 P. M. Tli-'J A. M. Line
rona 10 rlrlstol.
ir For New York andwayl.laea leavlne KenslnmVin
Injiot. take the cars on Fll'th street, above Wulniit. hall an
hour helore departure. The Ours run Into tiie iirput, and
on iirrlval of each train run from the fienot.
Filly pounila of biiiKase only allowed eah pa-saenir.
Pass. nfers are prolill.lled from takloe anytnirif as haavsce
till their wearlos apparel. All liaditaae over llfly
10 be paid for extra. The I ooipany Unit their renron"l-
billty lor haireaire to One Ilollnr per po t, and will not lis
llahie for any amount beyond fjloO. eicept by apealal coo-
''lirahem nair(raie Fnpress will call for and deliver tma;
raee al the Depo'.a. Orders tu ho lelt nt No 3 a .MNUf
It, eel. Wat. II. OATZMF.K, Anenl.
4ni'nst 1, 1'4.
Prom foot of farmland alres t at VI M. and 4 P. M , via
Jerev Ity and l ainilen ; ni 7 and 10 A. M.,l p. M., aud
11 (Nlsta) via Jersey t 'Ity and Kensington.
From foot is Barclay street, at 6 A. AI. and 3 P.M., via
Amboy and C'sinilen. . .
from I'ler No. 1 North P-lver, at 13 M., 4 snd o r. M.
t lelsht snd I'asseiiiicr) via Aiiiooy aim esiiiu'-a.
1 all rhe ainil o.s on the Caiodcn and Amboy snd cou
neeUns Railroads.
The Casiden snd Ainlsiy Hullroa.l und Transporlnflon
Company's Frcilit Lilies lor New York will leave Walnut
street and alter Januarys, dally (Sundays ex
tented), at 4 o clo h r. M. .
itct urimin, the alsov e Lines will leave New 1 o: k at 1 and
Frolilht must be delivered before as P. t- to be for
warded the same day.
Frets-lit lor Trenlon, Princeton, Klns'ston, New Bruns
wick, and all polnla on the Uamden and Amljoy Itailroad ;
alMion Ihe llelvlilere, Delaware, and Fleniliiirt m. the Near
Jir-ey,the Freehold and Jarai slnirir, ami ilie HiirMnirron
and Mounl Holly Railroads, received ,ind fortvsnied up 10
l'.' o't'ts-rk !' M. Hmali packaK" lor Mount Holly received
lip 10 3 o'i lock P. M.
The tielvldere Delaware Railroad eonne-te at Phillips,
bun. Wllh the l.ehleb Valler Railroad. The New Jersey
Railroad conneela at Lll.tetli witti the New Jersey
Central Rsllroad, and at Newark with tho Morris and
Lsses Rullrood
A siin niemoraniliim. specllvliiK 'ho marks and num.
btrs. slilppcra and consbioei a. must in every Instance lie
sent v. hit t acii loan ni or uo ncoipt win 00 ki on,
lucreusrd facilltlea liavinc been made for 'lie transport a
,t..n nil tve STIH K. drovera are Invited lo trv rhls rou to.
When the slock Is furnished In oneutiiles of TWO OAR
I.O.Mirl or turns. It will be delivered at the loot of ForUcth
street, near the Drove Yards, or at 1'ier No 1 Norm
River, as ihc ihu'pers may designate at the time of the
W s i.tkk r Kr,r..viais, r reisnt Aiteus,
Ko. 30S H. Delaware avenue, Fhlladelphia.
OKO. B. RAYMOND. Krelsfit Asem,
JaJJ-tf Pier No. 1, Norih River. New York.
frn and alter .MONDAY, August l,18o4,
Psssenser trains leave Philadelphia lor
llaillmore at 4110 (Kxpress. Mondays excepted), 8'fti A,
-t l, si .f.uii n..a 10 iul p. M.
' Chester at 8 05, 11' 10 A. M., I'M, 3 M, 4 30, 0 00 and ll'W
1 vvVlmhicfon at 4-30 (Msvnilavs excpteiV), b'0.1,11'15 A.
M., r.m. x''S), s ari, H'ue, iu isi anu n-ou r. ju.
New Caslle at H'S.'i A. Al. and 4 Jo I'. At.
Dover at g'li.'i A. M. and t Jo 1'. At.
MI'loid ui 8 (l."i A.M.
tiallahury at S I II A. M.
' Tuiraii vnn pmr.AnF.T.PHiA.
Leave BnlUmora at 8'4A, D IU A. Al. iklxprtsi), 110,
sen. -...I 10 .'. i ar .
W llu.liitton at UN, 6-4I5, 9 A. M. , 13 24, 1, 1'4S, 4'00, 4'M,
7 ai d 9 lu I'. M.
(Salisbury at ll'.V, A M.
11111.,..! ut 1 1.', l l.
Hover al 0 ;iu A.M., and 41SP. M.
v.iu. a u -to M eml it-)7 P. V.
Cheater at; 4Ii,'40.Y.M..l llU,3 4-'.,4 4U, 0 00, T W5, 9 40
1.1'itve nuitiniore forfiallsbury anilint?rnK(Uat stailon",
S.'ave Hftliimore for Dover and lut- rmi dUte itatioos at
l'lO P M.
V aava er,K star att M'lft A l . A'l L'l All A I 1 'tifi P. M.
Ut WilniiuHluu at ', 9 2 A.M., 2 10 and 11'40
1 VVrU'M TrainiatvUh PaaHenger Car atta- hed, will run
Iava Wtmin(rton for Petfyvilleand lntirmeiuteplacea
tT?lrAYH :-On?y al 4 30 A. M.. 10', from Pblla-
atolw,k(n n It ft 1 1 1 nli ire
Kmm PhUudH-.t.U to Wilmington at 430 A. M., 10d0,
nKrom WUtnfiipton to Pbtladrlphia atl 4fl A, M. and 7 00
P. M. VUll at una tr. M , mun nam 'nan; iu i iiimuvtiin
U. p. KKNKliY, Mnperiutaiideut.
VAflnt-vriKH TH Al Na
r.. tl,. rvn.miiiv'a llenol. at T 1 1 1 IIT K KNT1I and
CALl.OWIULL Bireels, 1'lillatlclphla, at liio followuig
At K IS A. M.. for Beading, Leuanon, Eohrawl, Litis,
f'nliiinhlR. KairUhurir. l'ottsvl le. PtueiTOve. 'lamiflus
Bunhur) , Wliliamiorl, Kiuiira, Boche,lcr, Nlarara Kahs,
liuiluuj. a uei.iowi', eriBHiiuiViiiHsui ,u,.,vw,,..v,
. I. & m ..l.itr.f ll.t,r.if".n Ae.
1 he triln counccla at BKADlNd with East Pennsylva
nia Railroad Irains tor AUentown, Ac, the Heading and
Clou. I,i Kallrotul for Ephraia, Lll'a, and c'oliuuhla. and
wllh the Lebanon Vulby tram for llsrrlb'irg, Ac. ; al PK C
t l.lPi Tills Willi t tliaw isa nstiTima ir .., " " '" , J'
v tllliimsnorl. l ock Haven, Eiiuiru, no. i a, i"i"
itiinii Iil, KmlkAni Central." "Cumberland Valley,
iwt "i.,.i,,.,lLili und Husoiieliaun" trains for M'HflUUt-
b rland.Wliliamrprt. York, Chan- herhurg, Plnegrove,A.
Lessee Philadelphia at U'SW P. -M. for Heading, Polts
vllle, l'im srove, llarrisburg. Ae., connecting at Harris,
burg wlrh Pennsylvania Central Iralus lor Plilshurir, c,
Northern Ctntrul Kailroud trains for Hunhtiry, Northtun.
liertaml K.hiilrn. Ac. . anU al I'olt CUntcll With Cutawlasa
liallroud trains lor Milton, Wullamapurt, Elutira, Butlalo,
Leaves Readu g at li 10 A, M., stopplus at ell wuysta
tlrna. arrmne 111 l'l,liuilill,hLa at tl'UU A. M.
Ileiurnlng, haves Philadelphia at &isj P.. M. arrives la
lteuilli,.. mi h-lsi P. M.
Train r.,r 1'hilnSi-li.hfa kave llnrrl-hura- at S A. M.. and
Fotliville at H'l.'i A. M .arriting In Phlluilelphia at 1 M
T. M AllrniMin Iruius lcaa llurrlsonrir at 'J P. At
1' ul I'll!, V. M urrlvlnir in I'liUudeli'hla at 7 P. M.
.Market trains, with a passenger car attached, l-ave
Philadelphia at 1 P. M , lor kaatluu and all w ay stations ;
leave Iti-kmtg at IX, noon, auu iMiwningiowuai ia -wt
At. lor 1'hlluUelphla anl all w ay statlonw.
All II... ihnv, trdlns run iluilv. Hiunlavs CXOOPted.
Knuilay trains leave PollsvUie at 1"M A. M.,aud Phlla-
delpbluat J 1.'. P M.
Pa'seiigtrs for Downlnutown and luteruellaie points
take ihe M lo A. M. and h U0 P. M. trains from riiiled-li-Me,
reiun lni lrom Dowulngtown at li 40 A. M., audi." li
Leaves Kew York at 7 P. M.. liaising Heading at l?ruid-
nli:ht. and eoiitieeting at Hairisstwg wltb Peunsylvaala
aiallrnMn HvnrMH. fr,HN tnr I'lllsbnrir.
Belurnliig Expri KS train leaves llarrlabrirg oa arrival of
tl, I'eniiHVlvauia ExtirenS liom I'llti-bUrR at b'.m A. M..
nasilDir Beii'llug al H i! A. M., and arriving at New ) ork
at 1'46 V. M. hl. enliig Caia accompany these trains
inrounu, Bsiircvu eeiauy v-nj n.wvu.
AlaTltrefns fbr Kew York leave tlarrlsbnrg at A.M.
and II P.M. Mail trains lor Harrlaburg leave New Vol
alii A.M. ana u m.
Trains leave Pottsvltto al 7 lf A. M. and s ao P. M., re
turning from Tascarora at s-iy a. m. ana r. at.
Trooaa leave Auharn at SI. A.M. lur I'lnegrove and
UtrriaMn'. ami at I'M aud 7 II) r. M. fur Plueirrove ouiy
rotumuHi fioinliarrlskiirg at 1'KO P.M., aud trom Plus-
gruveats is A.M., ana e ami r. at.
" Tit'tm.
Tttroash flrst-clasi tickets and emigrant tickets to all
ll,e,i.!,al notnts In the North Mid West and Canadas.
The folliiv. tug Urkrts are obtainable only al Ihe olllcc of
BBAIHKu,'lreasurer. iso. -rti s, ruusiu nrreet.
Phliailiiplla.eTor U. A. NICULXS, ueaerai nupenuiou-
acut, Boaaing - TICKETS.
At'Jd percent, duoount, between any points desired,
for families aud nrmj.
Geod for WO miles, between all points, at ltd 84 each,
tur laiuiite auo urme.
I'or three, six, nine, or twelve utoalus, for holders only,
ie all poiias, at teuueou raroa.
Residlns on Uie line of Uie road will be famished with
raids, eutMlitig lueniseives aad wives to tickets at bolt
From Piitlsdeiphia te principal aiatlona, good inr Bator-
day. Buaday, aud Monday, al reduced lore, to lie had only
at ihe Ttci,et Otuce, at 1 IUBTU.N 1 a aad C'ALLU W U1LL
floods of all deeerlpUons forwarded ta all the shore
taotnts.from the Company's aew Iretghl deiiot, UBOAU
auo. w ii, w atreeis.
Leave Phlladelnhla dallr at S A. M . 1 P. M..aad t P. M
ft Beading, Lebanon, iiaiTlaburg, IVtUvuie, Part CUn-
iosi, aiiu uuuts ueyona.
Close st the Philadelphia Post Offlee for ell places cm the
road and Us branches at t A. M., aud for (he prluelpol
sutuous ouiy at i is ri as.
u i 4 r K N N 8 Y It V A SIX
THF I.HrAT lH'I'hl.K THA) K PMORT Ht-H'Tr, to
F'inipnif nit and la Pitlft fr H ', Jift and nm-
f rtih' lriM( -tfia n of taMeit(rr., unattrfMtA y aft
in ot tn i f roumrv.
Trnii tltnftihebootatKI.i:VRNTII and MARKET
PUfdM an r.liOtv: fti TV k. W.
Mt f.lMf Ht 11 KA.M,
Urolith hftjirtxs) at l":wl.M.
rarn "iru''l ram. Nn. 1, at UH A. M.
I'arki- bnrt Train, N. '1 . mI I p, M.
llnrrtf'nrv A...n.inda.voa at J P. M.
ItUKMit-r run .t 4 UO P. Jkf .
J aih Aii rinuioOfttifin (iMvrH W it 1'Mladfl-
v a) nt frMP. W.
1 hn.iich rf.niirr by tbt Fat l.ln ra h A tnna tot
I iirp'T. w(,t 1 1 w ill Ihj fniiriil Vrm a:(uim(MlK'tHii fr
ti t i lt, r. t a tN' lrn an Hon-. , itt in Ui6 insiriilnir may
I tr cith r ill I'M 'nd. iphia or h.tlilm rr Kxpr-j, tatt f
tvitirh m V-1 O'-rmsMlnn-i at riitmrji f-r all point. A
dj liK'n virw i thui anrlcduf tli entittj Una and Ml
ti.ili iiili s-Tit jiinrv.
1 tic Tlir.niiyii i-sprrm Trt'.n runn d.nly; all tha ottMJf
tram daily, fx tpt Mnmlavt.
Th Mhii Ir.itn. Kant i in, and Thrntifh KirM ftMl
lurt at l'itUtiiK wilh tlir'.ii.'h trauifi n nit tHvfrtrtiiie rsVa
from that point, Vfrthtoiii l.ukoi, Wt ti th Vfiiln
iii and Mint-ourl Htvrni, and Houth and HouihwM to all
ixiihtft nci by raiJmml. ll.nniKh Ttckctt to O'evft
liifiif, DUlt. -kaitrt, M Pan), ColiimlHio, nllat,aiMilff,
Ht I, in, lAvrnworth, KnitHaisi. Wi.t t-iini . IAT(on,Cm
f(nii.i!l, litnivtll1, rlm, and all oil. principal jiutt
and tauwayc rh krti it rontth.
The TTiroii.h Kiprii. kavlnvt it lo-;) p.m., conntJtla
at l.hilrnviiip 1 1. ) mutton win, a train on this road AxT
Hlnirvl4', lutlinra, Ar.
1 ii 1 hrutiivh Kxprf. Train, ten v In at 10 80 P. M..ron
BTt at rr-tn. at 1 'ft A. M ., wtih a train n th ril
for Kltihtirit. A train al.v leavri OriMa fiir bniburg
tS6,ffou.iiAvnuRO nriAscH road.
Tt. Mali Train at 7-'. A. M .und Thrtnifh Fprn at
10 P. M . C"nnt at Altn-nu with trains jr 11 dlidayi
tiiirir at 7 U c M.afil8'A.M,
nitdNl. ANI t'l-KAHFIKLl HHAVt'Il RA'f.ROAH.
Th- Through Est-rM Train. I avinir nt 10 :w V. M .fin--..t.
i Wa..n ulth a train r. H.ifidv Kl'ltf and Pi)lln-
tuirr, niMl hv BaW Kwle Vallty Hailnad lor Port MaliMa
Mlif-txiri!. and li iiciotite.
... vr ..... .u a a. iv nun A ti Tfsf II All HO AD.
Tl,. 'iVr.ini. i-.uMu Train IcavlnB al 10 W P. M-. tsin
met at Hnimnndi.n wllh train for itoittwatl and Uloody
Tor IsnnVnrv. Wllltsin'O rt. lock lla'Sn. F.lmlra, Ko-
r.HIS BSll.ll'MO.
rhr.ter, Hnitalo, and Niaaara Sail", nassensera lakinf tha
Mall Train si 7 '.'5 A.M., anil ine it noun r.,r.. .
ID 1,1)1" St., daily ejeopt dlrerrly uironsh,
wltltont i-l am.e of eats between nnlade puia and Wil-
llannport. ..
F i r v tut K , ll vrstiv r.rr, ana nr. i i iron-so. ii-'iiw
lenvlns at H A. M. anil 2 IJ I'. Al., connect at Culiuabia
with trains on tne Noitnarn C prrnl Hallroad.
Tiie Mail t rain at 7 7fA.M , and IhpitiKU K.spreas at
til'.vi ur.ttl.A mi v a i.i, r.r nsii,
11 mi I". M .connvei at Marrlsiitir,: wun trains for arllile.
Ctiaiubcri U'-rv, an llauirMov.n.
WAYM-.HIII Itll Ultt.'ii rtAii.K'iaiF.
The trains I, avlnir at 7 ' A. M and t Ml I". M., eonneet
llonnlnati wn vsllh trains on Hue toau to nsrusiesrj
.nil ,1 inii-inM tltate sts risfc
i'or furtlier InfornialKin amvly al me rneenter niaitva
8. E. c jiBirol LLEVKM II ai it MAHKK I Hlreets.
.1 A SI K9 " IJ 1 1 r. .t . I USUI Anui.
COM Ml TA I KiV I'll 'KK I'M.
For l.n.n.fl.orli moiiilia. at very low ratea, Sir tbe se
ct nuneraiion of persons ilviiitcni of lonn.orhxiauatia
or i ear ll'S line ol ire roan.
For W trips tetwien any two p.iinis. at about tsroeentt
nt r mile. Th se lltkels are Inlentleil lor Ihe useol famllea
traveiiiu; treinf inly, and are of great advantage to persons
o.aKlUK ovculionui irtns.
rUlltHil. il" rvtits,
For one or U ree mouilis. far the use of scholars attendlag
scliool In the clrr.
SKtTl l.KN KSI liiltlt I lUt,
An Tmlcrarl Ai-eommollal ion Irill leaves No. 1,17 DOCK
slrei-t csny (tn ndaya excepted) .11 4 o'cloeS r. M..,oirrlnl
a coiiiforttil'lo ni-Mle ol travel to famillea solus West, a t
m half ihe nsu. 1 retool furs IVriicular artention le
i to bue'nee. rot hleii Clieess areswen. aim owtrassi
forvvanlett by the sarxe train iv ub passeuscrs.
tut lull mloiniatlon, sppiy io
rltAA. 13 tt,isrt, e.miKroi is-rnv,
No. 1 17 1MH.K Street,
siwa mr. iaiik km iiksh.
An aeentol litis reliable l-'.xuress I omrony will pass
tlu.'iillh vH'-h herore reacnirta the depot, aod raae utf
ehn-as and iletlver hunt-use to any pa t of the city. liaR-
ciite w II he csilril for proniptlv wln n orflers are un at tn -I'assi
ict r ol,K evi-nihantl stnrket streets. The travel4
Ing puttiic aro aasurtd Dial it it s(iry mpontiUe.
liv Hilt route frelchts of a.l uYarrtotlnn can be for-
ss artlctt to and frora ai y points on the riitlruuds of Ohio,
Kenluely, Inihuna. ininois, wision-in, inwa.r vttssoun,
hv railroau direct, or lo any potur on the navlaa'ila water.
of Ihe West, hysti'uuuTs lYoni I'l -lshurg.
I he rules of rrt'lklit lo ant from any point in tne wsn
hy the Per mylvanlK Central KaCniad are at all times ae
lavorai k as ure cl,an;ed hy other Hailnnvl Companlee.
Meti-iiunth an,l fhlppcrs eu.iustinK tiie transportation of
their in lnht io ihia Cumpuny can rely wua coauaeueeoa
Its .peeily transit.
For irelsht coniracts or snipping airocuons, apply to or
addresa Ihe Anrnis ul the Company :
. 11. KIMlr-TON, .ir., I'lillauelpua.
1). A 81 KVVAKT, Fl'tstilir.
CLAKK At CO., ethlcaue.
LKKi II CO.,J4o 1 Astor House, or No. 1 8. William
stret'l, New Yo-A.
I YYA 11 A t o.. Ko. 77 'vasruni.'ton street, uoeton.
William 1IIIOWN. No. f0 street, llaltlnwr.
Ag.nt(ntl,.mCe..iraiKaliway. OTO
General Frolirht A sent riilUilelphia.
I.KWIrl L. IlllLIT.
General Ticket ast nt, Philadelphia.
General SiiipcHntend''Ut, Altoona, Pa.
On and after MONDAY, May HI, 18fit, until further .
Lrave Philadelphia , 7, x, 10. 11, li A. M. ; 1, 3, 1 10, ,
a,,,4,5,4,,.i,ii.7,M,l),li),ll, iaP.M.
Leave Oermanuiwn, l, 1, 1 n.a w, , iv, ii, u a. -si.,
l.V.3,4. i,!i, 0,6.';. 7, 8, 11, HI. i and IJ P.M.
IheH 'iOdown, and the :l'i and b'i trains np, do not lie
on the Geriuai-u-osn llrai-ch. -.
I'I1KVNI. I llll.t, h iu,nuAii.
Leave riilladclphla.S, .10, 19 A.M.: 2, 3 '',,
und ll P. if. .. ..,
LtaveChesnnt mil, 7'ltt,n,ireu, it-eu a. as.) -iv,o vu,
6 40, '4U, III, ami 10 40 p. M.
run (U.vsiiuiltii am ,iiu nimnmivsn.
l.enve Piulad. lphia it.S'lla, 11 UO A. M. ; IS. J. 4'4, 'V,
6,8-ilS. anil II'., P. Al. 1
ltave Norrtstown,o.'a, r, ij,v sasuA,a.,ciii,ir
II!, and 9 P.M. ...... .
Ti e ft.1, train Un, wul Slop at wissanicaou, .uanaynua,
and Coiiihocken only.
1UK .MASAlt'-NS,
Leave Philadelphia. 6, D ilo.ll Oo A M., IS', 3,4,'s,flM,
ti. . B'l'.'i and 11-4 k . .M . ,. . . . .
Leave sliinayuus.O'H, tiO .-u, ', ii.t . ai., i,a, i,
ande.SP.M. , ,u....
rn?:ll Depot, NINTH and llltliEM Mtresds
On and aflr r I B1DAY, Apiil 1, ltX, the Trains wlD leave
as loliowa :
l eave Philadelphia, from the Depot, comer of THIRTY--FIKiT
ami WAIIKET Hlreeia. A. M , U U6 A. M.,sdO ,
P. M ., S'iiu P.M., ii'iii I". M. ,
I'hllauell Ilia Jiepot cn.ltl.ea lrom r.l'inir.r.3in anu
MAliKET etieeta to 1 111HI Y Klllsr and M AJtaJLa
'I'eave West Chester, from the Depot on Eaet MABXST
Bin et,6'l A.M. ,7-41 A. M.,11 A. M ,1 P. M.,4 401'. M.
Ihe cars of she Wed ptillndil,,hla Passenger KaUwa
Company (Market street) will convey Passengers to and
Iroiu tne t nuoaeipma iiepo,.
u nursrsAits.
Leave Philadelphia at H 110 A. M. and 80 P. M.
love Westchester at 8 A M. and! JO P. M. .
1 rains leaving Philadelphia at b A. M. and 4' 30 P. M.,
and West Cheater al 7-4i A. Al. and 4 46 P. M.,eonnec
with trains on Uie Philadelphia aud Baltimore Centra! .
liallroud for Oxford and Intcruiciltatc points.
jal-tf ucinlti wuoiti utmsisi Hupsnatsiitissh .
V Cominenciiur on MONDAY, duns 20, lotik frwa, -Walnut
Knew Wharf.
At 6 and K) A. M. and 4 30 P. If.
For Unlem and Briilteton, at A, M and4P.V.
For (, at B,U, aud 10 A. M , and 4 and 4'P. Tr.
l or Woodbury, Olouceater, Ac, at e and A. M.,U M.
and 4 nud 6 P. M
strtiBMSll mains bnasr.
Cere May at sand U4-'i A.M., and .ViO P.M.
Mlllvllle al 7'4ll A.M .and l'.'ii and 40 M.
Nuh-matS A.M., aud llll". U.
HttdveU'iiats is A.M., 1801', kf.
(.lu.-lioio at 7 10 aud f.lti A M. .3 JM, ( 0,and T SO P. al.
WisKibun at 7,7'to and B-M A. il., and iM,tJ,
snd a In P.M.
Office. No. OWAINI T Mlreet. wdl call for and deUver .
llugsge, and attend to al) the usual brancbea of Knpreee .
busliit sa. frarv ariUlt taken by S A M. lines only, andi '
must he sent lo the ortice tlte evening previous. Perlsaa-
ble articles by ilus line be sent before bX A. At. A,
aptclol neaeuger ecoouinouiee eacn iraiu.
4, VAA us.n.-K.LjtE.js,ouperuiicjiaeat
This srt -al lute trvrki u r.U6ra im MriKV3)C
counUfi ( rjiiDfcy.vaui to ttM city nl trl Lki bW. .
li ha iK-vu Hrttt-ca oy uie i lbbbi lvapi.a a u ,
COMl'N Y, n4 iiiiilrr tlictr ample U tMltiM r9lj ,
opt'iitHl UirouvttuHi itti etilr kniitk.
II l law iu use mr riJKr u rrmtam anmmmim rmsa
llrrlUurK to HroporliiiD. (t- mlln,on Ii(.t4 rn D)t
oit.u. ftnttlrom ba.ait.vlti la Kria Ob iiM.od Uf vVutvi
MIITrninU.iVi. HMai.M.
hx.wh Tram lvt , lo-du r. m.
t rt run uinumn w iTinii T chak-h: dmq witido uio
traim l.etfB l'.iilaUe.phittKnd Lock UAVo,4nd ttwoc
IsBitimore aiitt Uavau.
rietvHnt 0itopiug uara on uie Kxproii Train do in wjiyi,
Fur liiloniiattou rvnut-elinif I'asnetik'ttr builnesu, apply at
tlieH. E.C4.nfrof tl.KVfc.hTU and MAkKKi' Htreeta.
And ftr reU(Ut bukliuu ul uio LOiupan'ii akiiu:
H. li. K ItiKitmi. Jr. euruar ttIXTKUTli and MAJUUsT
atrtM-U, l'idliadtt.pljla.
J . W, lU'ynolUtt.LMa.
1 . M. Drill, Aseut. K. . 0. R., Urnor..' -
Uoneral Freight Agent. Phllad IpliUu
l.KWIH L. HlllJPl. ,
General Tlckyt Agent, Phllailelnhla.
Ju4-tf Oeaeral Manager, Wllllausport.
Ou aud alter 1 Kl OAK. April 1, taos.uie trains will loam
OS follows :
p.m.1 sranuNa.
A. M.
y. if-
5 14
W'eat Urove...
...6 3d
...7 0S
. ..i-m
...7 4
I ib Philadelphia...
lit Westt'kester..
4 nl W. C. Junction,
417 (,'onoord
441 (liadd'srerd,..
, 7 44
, S Ud
Chadd'a Ford.
tiro Kwsuett tu
0 li Avoudale lull
t W We.t drove Ill "J9
m io n.rnrit lO'.'id
w.c. junction., sui
PhlUdi-lphla I-iri
West Chester.... It s
i i-,iA as, neen cunnKeu ii-oo-r
Elgeeiuh id Market streate. to TUIUTY-K1U4T and
MAKAET Htneu. Weet Philadelphia. Market Street
P.encer Bail way Cars corns l'asun;eri ta aud Iron.
Upaaaiers s throofh erithout change of cars.
O nlug uioe of Trsist, commencing FoMUAY,wfiiUuar'(f
1'tfrr?m"walnut fstreet Wharf at A.M..S and P.M.,
freight Ilk. Beiuniiug, leave (talent at 4 A. M.,S dd Ae.
M.. 110 P.M. Frelgbl dolly eerb wav. Apply to
' MOBTON Mll.I.t4. Agent,
Second Covered Pier above WAl.Nl'T Hireet,
H ItK.I.AWAItK Avenue.
Ja4-U e J. VAN, Bcp.imloudsnte-