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THE DAILY F.VEK1KG TELEGKAriT. riHLADELFIIIA, FTUDAY, AUGUST 19, 1861.
FRIDAY, AVOV8T Iff,
! JBnirln ") A. f auir
bt at. C. aII.tj.
bfarta wfcon truth Ml prows)
" ' I.tk thin art, told In eartb,
" Triers, sbtiuld fcwrentb ba oT u
. XlntbworWlUirwonii. lMle
"Lay down and tl ""K-" .
. 7 (. Mulligan's lat words.
-lay m rlm. nd sar lbs h Jlng ero
At from' fc'i harti-. "7 wooidi poured forth
ti bksod-r-d lid. ......
For to a tent nd fearful shocX of battle i
Tbe soldi' held bia conntry'i 6g far dearer
ttian fal Hie!
i' Aad re bti strrn and Iron men forsook, tbe
' Urn tool rommand uprose again above the battle
And thru with raddencd hrart Ihey kft the
patriot It aiter tlicre
Tit fl ia: t iHved hia words stall U a nation a
Lay me down and sayf, tbe flag!" what bwsr
t ,...la ah.ll ha
'". levKrttvstl upon U atarry Bags and atandartls of
Ue fine J . .
Vha nobler wntb-worls ever fell from dying
hero's lips r
Tbry seem to place onr jioorfr deeds forever In
? yft tbank Uh, hero j for thy words from ontthat
llav falin on our jjeriled land, a shower of
, coldra rain . . , .
. We tealler rote on hy bier, we beed thy last
' And honored it shall be at length throughout our
v . bleeding land I
.' All bail to e'erUstiug fame) farewell to martial
Well save the "nR from traitor band" lor which
. he (tare Ma lire ; , ,
VftH lay the hero down to sleep, to fill a soldier f
And ronnd'tli faded brows will twine the laurel
i -of Ibe brave.
' Uh, hero, iu thy warrior garb, no nobler shroud
.- Than that In wblrh thy life was spent against thy
. A people brave have laid thee down, proud of thy
.'And we will ave thy battle-flag and guard tby
t potlew fame f
; CkiCaao, Angutt 1, l8fL
"BIAM AND MADAGASCAR.
ffs vWwd oh place f notnrty,)me
ilunar'- from the rrrrr. it n nam tht a
Unas'- from the rrrrr. it n nam tht a orin
'""f f Mum, open tlie birth. of a arm, waa told
a aonthsaye r that the an Would one d.T eoat
him bin life. Frar be ante nim until he aenttbe
rliild away to Cambodia. When the ann irrew
ap, and Iramed who be rvi, tie eniierira an
army and atarted M attiirk hla father. The
father heard of hie Oueniog, and marched out to
They met nnon thla arxt, when hU futbr'i
army wae defeated, and bimaelf hilled. A vrrr
tiiab pagoda was erecu-d tijn tue annv
prifeut kin(t hH ratlifr a diipiwition to multiplr
piatea or renown, and naa cincqDuMiy onu -ratml
from the ri r to tbe i aodn, a di.tn:ico of
about filti'rn lulled. 1 he o d pattoda no naa en-
vand with biirk, to that it baa become a monem
p Tumid, wboae baae eoverf an area of atjnt
tourxrea. it una wrorae pi-r m nii
r.ri.. &nrl nilmia from lUtKo. Ilia the liat
plaoe, howrve r, that a Kuiopi-aii woold o V) tor
plramire. Tberannl Ktopa abort, and the wa rr
la atiiKnant; ninMttitiea inn In thouand-; at
v atlantal atcMl Nataral CinrartfirlMtle.
, Very much of oar knowledge of Oriental l.md),
w ihey exlet to-day, come to ui through tottere
' from mitsionariv in the Eaet. In the iut num
ber of the 1'rettvteriaii Banner, a paper publiahed
at riueburg, Pennsylvania, we find an Interesting
communication from a missionary at Bangkok,
Eianv frotn which we condenae tbe following.
The letter ii dated May 9 :
n The k ingdoxn of Slam la drained principally by
. fsree large aireania, w men now aouui or auutu
oulbwrtt into Ibe Gulf tbe Biimpnkonff on tbe
l-eanit, tbe Menum or Menam Chowpivtain the
an w die, and toe j.acoin on we weak i u,.ire mw
wDtituMi the principal arteries of tbe kingdom,
libongh there are other minor itreame of con-
eidcrabe Importance. All these ktreama are con.
ected togetber oy a aeries oi vauuis bhu
Jwtndmg and twisting through each other, eo us
tn rvirm a. kind ot Intricite network. Tbesoare
, the bifc'hwiiya of the kingdom, and consequently
o many avennes uf trade to the capital.
Soets of all ilzei and descriptioni are con
'' frUatly keen winding through theae cauala, or
floating upon the boom of these brod nvera.
Daring the dry season, one special work of the
mkwonary la to thread theae weary canals, and
'to ascend these broad ri vera and dixtribute the
Dlble to the perishing nntivei. Occasionally, too,
a be make bolder push ont into the gulf, and
init a wme province two or three hundred miles
alown the coiut. On tbe present occasion we
concluded to take the Turhln, as a region ai yot
swmparatively little visited by missionaries.
. I i x FLOATING HOKE. - " "
bont six feet acroas tlie beam, and in the centre
-a email cabin, about twelve leet long. This cabin
. SM-rvcs aa state room, dining saloon, aittin-room,
, Thm tmneina the mvjoionarv. bia wile, and
three or tour children, ax the case may be, stowed
away in that email cabin, logetber with store,
bede, bedding, cooking ulenxils, and other inoia
Mimahlra for the iournev. and you h.ive a pretty
food picture of the minaionariea in 8iam nou a
BQiaMon tour, cpon uie ucca aru u.o w
j arwartby natives, acting aa boatmen, to propel the
wi ,ih mra when necreaarr. but when a breeae
prings up, to boidt sal), and then stretch thena
selvca upon the deck, and perhaps sleep in the
Mllinjr sun. .
, . .. IAM Sl'OAR.
The region along the Tachfn river has been
''devoted chiefly 10 the cultivation of sugar-cane
ly the Chinese. Vaat numbers of Chinese of all
dUlecte nock to Biam every year, and indeed
1 tbey are now the chief producers of the kiugdom.
Rome of the more wealthy have gone into tuo
t sugar bnsinew, and employ vast numbers of
Coolies. On each bank ot the river m iv be aeen
vast fields of sugar-cane, and in aome places it ia
ut down and collected into bcai, reudy to be
' pat Into boats and taken to the mills, which atud
Uie banks of the stream in great numbera. The
same is ground upon a crude woodon concern,
something like an old-fashioned cider-mill, only
-on a much larger scale, and is turned with
. 1 he inlca flows thronch pines from the mill
into a kind of tank, wbenee It Ut taken in buckets
to the place of boiling. A kind of furnace ia built,
ahont ten or twelve leet hiuh. in the top of which
lame iron k utile is nlactd. Tbe whole opera
tion ia conducted in rather a primitive style, and,
Bka all tucar-mUls. one who uaes much ot tbe
article had better shut hia eyea while viHtting
thrm. llin nianauc however, to in alto aome
very pretty sugar, and very cheap, too, wbicu
lake a a nerton wi nder, alter aeeing the crude
mrniM tlirnnirh which h bus to Dan. A young
tbinee nobleman in bargkok hUMHinttoEaropu
lor an improved sunm hngar null, which is ex
A S1AM1KI! 1ABMIWO COM M'.NITT.
Leavlns the auKur dUtrict, we came into a farm
lug neighborhood. Tbe l'ainora bcnaii to rear
ka lotty bead, which indteaics u ricc growiug
HDlnn. Ori'imioiiullv n Dlantaill-pardcu was aeeu
ou the bank of the river, the broad leaves, split
fey the winda, were "streaming in shreds" in tlio
bieexc. Tbe inhabitants of a tannine community
..n.n. liv. in lift lii villscea uuon the bauka uf
th river. DuiiuL- the day tbpy work iuthe tieldn,
and at night they return home. The housei are
h.,iit ..r i,.,,.i,,n ami covered with the leal of the
haj fra palni.or a kind of thatch made of long
coarte grasa. , ...
Tbey are gem-rally more cotuforublo than
, mom of Uiebuiuboo bouna in the city. In these
villages tbe bonnes ae placed very rlosvly to
vrUMr. and. ao far aau atianm r can ace, and oaie-
ciullr a Eutouean. they aiipeai' to have all
"thuiss comuicn." T'bcv live thus iu eonirutmi
"""ties prrbnpa becanae ihi'V areaomeaiuit ciamiisli,
aad parti)' for mutual diiuLMi. l.iku all country
reaidenUi, they arc comparatively free from many
.of the vices touud in tbe lurccr eltii h, audi aa
gambling, drinking, &r. llie temples, too, be-i-omer
scarcer in proportion to the di-tuce t'rum
now the rkii.srs tr nva ruxtoioi a iss ihi c
The priehU are geuerully lay, atrogant aud
isnorant. Thev are looked up to bv the people.
suid indeed they are the professors of the coun
try, and thus thev are spoiled. The temples are
the public schools and colleges throughout the
kingdom. We entered oue oi' these teruple
grounds with an armtui or books, ibe priests
aiovices and boys fathered around auto tlie iniru
lMr of about thirty or forty. We commenced
tolling them, as well as we could, the story of
JSSUSt Out mat onir vkuwu uicir nuiuuic. T, c
all iIh m thev are wicked, and must be lost, on
leas saved by Christ ; but that Is equally absurd,
tor thev have been laying up merit lor years. To
a-ocure attention we hare to touch a more toudor
Their pride must be humbled. We ask thorn
a question at w hit h they are at once brought to
stand. By looking round ebost, and referring
o Uia workaof nature by which we are sur
rounded. e ask them who created the world and
Sill tbUvgs in It. After some hesitation we get the
tuuul rt-ljr, Kari no literally, "born itself " or
came by ohance. Y'. then nrocecd to tell them
tlie impoasibiUty of such a thing, and then point
to the ervdrnce of deaun to avli thiiun.aad thouce
o nio i"w. a ukwk aoei otuer remarKs
Lad the dwired esieot In secanug atteution, and
sifter dii-tribuung some books, we left ibi-ra read
ing, at the top of their voices, tin history of crea
tion aad some of the goepeu and acts,
x roos flacs rob toi uuia.
' There is a total lack of variety in the scenery
fill along those rivers. When a persou has seen
three miles of it, he has sees the whole. One mile
ot even the Uttio Juniata is worth the whole of it.
There is not ereu a pleasing legend connected
wi:h It, t Kiv it Interest. Where such a thing
U tttwpied, it Ijso JubuJom Uial it Uoowtit dis-
niri.,nv Hi inn jMinrs down lis rnya nnmerci
fnllv, sr .l not a shade tree ohVra protection toin
IbeKerrhmg hrat. The tonriht here, wheu
coirs: to a distance, muht carry ev.rything be
meua with him, us scarcely auythlug cjn be
bought on the way
MAMi.ar, hi in.
Aa if to compensate in part f"r the warm
wcatlKT, wc are r,ow enjoying some of onr ri '.het
fruiia. AmoLg tbee, the mango stands perhaps
ftrst a yebow, rich,.iuicv fruii. Have yon ever
i sun a mango? Arler.liiinr, wcwill hareades-r-ert.
llerecorrefadish full of the yellow Irutt.
Kolloponr fhevea nearly to the elbows, and
bate a basin of water stinding by your side to
wai-h your hanos occasionally. A tingcr-howi
mill answer tbe same purpose; hut that, in the
eyes of some, mav appear extravaiant for inil
i.ionries. A towel or fruit napkin Is also India
penrahle. Home say the f.iehionabJe way ia to
slice the fruit ofl close to the scud, and then eat
v... .i.... wi k a ininn. but that 1 rather a
clow pre cess, and besides some of the beat of the
Iruit is thus lost. Alter all tbe precautions that
can lie token, however, a person is ukcij h umu
the jnlce runnlrg down over bia beard, and
perhhus exteudlns: even to the shirts ot bis gar
ii ents. After all the difficulty in eating It, hjw
ever, tbe msno Is delicious.
ri rntnes the manco stlne a tart, pulpy
fruit, pnt np in lobes, within a dark, walnut-like
al.elL Rtmk the i-hell and lift out the lobes with
your foik, snd tbey melt In yonr month. Then
there are the pineapple and several other fruits,
not at all d.Iiicull 10 take,
lint the frnit of the tratrn. smond the natives
U the duricn a large frnit about the sUe of a
man's bead, and Las a prickly shell. Within tbe
shell are loltes, each containing a seed surrounded
bv a white. duIdv substance, insipid to the taste,
and which firms an f tllnvium of the same tia'ure
ami even worse than that emitted by a spoiled
iinr. As the bov aaid about tbe akunk, when
ri nc it can be heard at quite a distanco. Olfac
tories unaccustomed to tbe smell can scarcely
endure it. Notwithstanding however, the natives
pronounce it the best fruit of the season, and we
urn anrrv to aav the tnsle of some of Ibo older
missionaries has become so vitiated as really to
In the JViVmuV lim ine wo find copied from the
Ixindon Friend an Interesting letter from Mada
gascar. After recording the death of Mr. Stags,
a respected misslonory, It gives this report of tbe
reunions views of the Queen of the Island t
The Government, though not hostile, Is favor
able chiefly from policy. The Uuecu cm hardly
in her judgment suppose there is any solid founda
tion lor tic pietent-ioua of the idol-keepers, but
perhaps has a sort of (ruprcaslon that her ances
tors mrriknA-rr ri still trnstiiis In their ideas, and
that there ean be no bbther ftate than existed la
their daja. She may aiso imagine some uaeiui
neta derived from the system of divination. I
never heard of her nsing stronger term of confi
dence In the inpen-titiona of tho couutry. The
prime minister baa no belief in the idols, nor in
the diviners, but believes his own understand,
ing quite adeimato to tho supply of nil bis re
on in meats for tho present und tue future. He
knows a good deal of CbrUtiaulty, but perhaps
has no real wish to become subject to its require
ments. AM MTSIIVIBW WITH THE QtTEEN.
Before the great annual festival of New
YearV we went in a body to the Queen to tendur
tiur congratulations, and offer tho "hasina," or
customary dollar which each pirty offers on
koiig into tho pretence of the sovereign on such
ocaslons. I was requested to he spokesman,
and In Malagasy addressed her Majesty, as she
Fat surrounded by her court, as follows : "May
you live long, sovereign laxly, without aflllctlon,
and he happy with your friends. Wo rejeiee in
being presented to you at this season of ttapranl
good, or pleasure ; for the new year comes to ns
with many blessings tbe favorable tenson
the abundant prodnce the peace of the coun
try. We thank God for favorable seasons;
fruitful fields, pence and even life itself are
all bestowments trom Ood. Wo also think
you that yon allow no impediment, and give
mmecilon to ail luo turimiiiis: uiiu wo wii-
fide in von. sovereign lady, that this good
treatment of the Christian by yon will not
be changed. We ask OihI continually to bless
your Wajesiy, to pro.per yonr crovcrnmen., tue
nobles, the ollicers, aud all your M-ij sty's peoplo
for we wish, and we have no other wifh in
reference to your country tbuii the prospeiity of
your Uovcrument and the hnppiiiei-s of your
people. We prcset t onr ha-ina, and otrer our
congratulations." The Queen, wuo wore a splen
did notive lamiia, repitea onciiy, cxpre-oiuis nor
pleasnre at seeing us, and returned our con
gratnla'inns with the gently spoken "Vcloma,"
. . l... v.,.nnu ' ttliu li,n in..rn.l UM
III .T1BJ J VJI4 in) uu,,j. ' v. - -
her hand and retired, attended by the chief
officers of tbe palace and others.
A CVBIOUS CURBMONIAL.
The meat w.rcinonv of the festival tho bath
ing ot the sovoreign, tbe cooking ot tbe rice and
the juka and the eating of tho same took place
on Saturday. 1 went at Uie peatea invitation
of tbe prime minister. It was nunr sunset, and
we had to watt a mil uour oe.iore wo gaineu uu-
mission to tbe palace. Tbe ministers and many
of the nobles were alo wa ling. At length we
entered tbo great room in the palace. At the
north end wus a brightly burning tire ou a
henrth. The room was tinea wi n peopio, an in
red silk lam baa with different colored liorders
rohnhlv between two and three thousand per
sons pii'sent. Altera nunc IUC WMriVU CUI'-IUU
Irom IOC nonn uour, wcunua; h biuuii uiiibiuii
like silver balls on ber head, and wrapped in the
folds of a fine large scarlet mantle. Iter Majesty
siilutcd the people, received thiircongra'.ulatioua
In return, anu men sat ii wnun a searieict'ucuor
loldcu C4irpel. The room was lighted by gla-a
cbiindelit rs.whlch did not burn very well ; and the
vast assembly, when the yuifti wu scateu, s-it
down ou the ground. We sat In the places as
sisted us. Hi presentat ives of the royal family,
i ho nobles, tbe officers, the landed proprietors,
the indues, and general population, then ap
proach) d the place wbeie the lire was burning,
und mi -tiled their homage aud haslua to the
Uueen. fur turn was rexi w mo uooios, uii
the French next to us, in the oritur assigneu to us.
Afier tome time, earthen vessels called kuk.i,
und a ladlt u gourd, or cow's born, or shell wilb
wooden bundle were oroiiKnt iu wnn greut cere
niony, und tuken to the northeast corner of thu
loom. 1 nete vet-eeis m ioiigeu to AiHiriiiiiiiio
inemetiiia, Hie lather of the first lladama, und
the founder of the present d nuty. Oibcr ves
sels ol wster were then brought in with earthen
pots, huh were pnt upon the stone trivet on
tbe lire. In thise water and nro were put;
and while the rice was cooking, tho Queen
roe, und, atttnded by the olbeers ol the palace,
wnll. cd to tbe northeast corner of the room,
where the tool; oil ilic Inrirr scarlet lamba,
which was then held before her by incu
with outstretched linns, screening the corner to
which tho Queen hud retired. Here alio bathed,
this, ami the preparation and eating of the rice,
eoi.siitiiiiiiK the (.-rono ceremony of the oceasi-.u;
Ibe lutter bchiK symbolical of the anticipated
p enty of the season. 1 was iufbrniod that the
Queen's lathing consisted chiefly in kitting down
and bavir.g some water pourtu on ncr iieaa. as
aoou aa the Queen came forth a signal was passed
to the door, und the cannon along the sides of the
hill announced to the people that the Queen had
bathed, and authorizing them also to bathe.
TBK CLOSING HIT OF ETIQl ETTK.
The rice was by this time rooked, and was
taken out and mixed with hooey, some in a Kilt
dish being handed to tbe Queen. It was then
served to the assembly in dishes of ailver und
porcelain, c, and when these were not sullicicnt,
on plantain lames. The guns were again tired,
that the people might know the Queen had eaten
rice, and might cook aud eat their own. Boon
after thla the company rose, saluted tlie Queen,
and retired. It stld rained, and I was amused
to see the nobles and cbiets, as they approached
the door, pull oil their silk lauibas, and fold
them up and put them under the other garments,
apparently tery anxious to prevent the rich
borders getting wet.
THE BITS Of Sl'ttlNKLIKO.
Tbe Queen then walked through the crowd to
the door, w ith a nicely curved bull's born in her
left band. It was filled with water, which she
sprinkled with the other hand on the company
tight and left, and, proceeding outside the door,
dispensed the same boon to the multitude there.
I understood this did not represent any purifica
tion, but promise of rain throughout the year
The Prince and Ttincess of Wales have laid
the corner-stone of a monument to be erected at
the Royal Victoria Hospital at Netler, near
Southampton, to the memory of tut medical
ottiutrt wuo died la tut CrUuoan war.
Mi Vrn a Brora. 1'onctuaMon that ta,
rottnia- yonr stops in the rlstbt plaave cannot be
too sedulously atndied. We lab'tT read. In a
country paper, tbe following account of lxrd
I'a anerston a appearance In tbe Iloase of Com-Xnotr-;
"lxrd l'alirieratim Own errtwrBd on bit
head, a while bat upon hla feet, large but well
polished boot ujion hi brow, a drk hud In hla
bund, bia tiUifil walking stiek In bia eye, a
menacing star sieving nnlh'tig. He Sat dirwn.
vitii. a,TTTK' fp Paris Tbe returns
recrntly publlsl ed she the population or tbe city
of I arts at 1,1 Wo.lM ; linn. Ix-r of deaths last year,
42, ICS. Tbe rami of mortality. It will be seen is
about the same as that of New York, where tho
population slletinv exeems ne minion, ami ine
numfier of deaiba'ln 1W3 was reported at Vl.HM.
The French cap I al is divblfd into twontv-one
nrrondisn tnet.t", eneli ol wna n nia a ai-iyor.
Numlitrof births last year, ;,! i,w.i ooys
snd VA M7 r-l's. Of this numts r is.nui were
llegittmate. 1 Le Ii n ruber ot marriag-'S was i.,un.
The riiii.oanriiT or Heat. Philosopher to
slia'p toy "Whnt are the pro,rile of heat f
HOT nc cniei proeriy i mm ii. icjih"
borliea, while cold contracts them."
riilloC'i'br " very gooo, ni "
"lb)y "In slimmer, when it Is hot, the dry Is
k.ne ; in winter, w hen It is cold, tbe day is -boru"
t.xit philosopher, iom in anmn ineni m.u u
familinr an instance should have so long escaped
his own observation.
Cannino's Obatokk al Powana. Speaking,
one day, of lb tine edge oi uanniug s nnmor,
beobstrreO, "tousee niejuiw i.uhihu hi um
eye before he gives it utterance. It nppearwl to
ine to furnish a sort of Intellectual parallel to
the natural tact that llctii travels qmcKcr man
sound you I t bold the Hash before oo hear the
tept-rl." On another occasion, he said there
wire moineniswnen i io anu ru.s viuku umu
audience along with them with power that
nppcaied at the time almost Irresistlblo; "btit,"
lidded he, "so varied me Cantiiu;:' qualifications,
nirh hia ek'iiiieBce. wlf. aud humor, and so
striking bis liguie unci munnor, that 1 really mnst
account tun, on the whole, as perfect an orator
as I hove ever known. Ah ! said he, "Cannini
is now at the ton of everything, anu ue m about
to n.arrv bis dan filler into one of our noble
families, ond Mrs. Canning will become a peeress
and then Hie bubble will burst." Harfvrd'i
Jino!lt tion$ uf to'i&rrfone. .
Saia LiBittUNO tub A nr-iCAj. Drunk,
tbe Amerii au is voluble enough : sober, be is a
snrly, churlish, ill-conditioned fellow. Of course,
1 du not allude to Americans of liberal education
or (ihtie breeding ; they are aa urbane and as
chatty as gcntlelolks generally are all over the
world ; bnt It is the sudden revulsion from in'er
conrs e with polished, and cultivated, and sprightly
ft lends, to a revolting fellowship with person j
whore manners are as those of hogs, and whost
demeanor ia a that of grialy bears, which dis
heartens, and at length exasperates, a foreigner.
Duiing my first n.ontb in America, I rollowed
the enstom of lifting my but when I bad to ad
dress a stranger, of aaying, "If you please,
when 1 asked for anything In n shop, and
'Thank yon." when 1 received my change. I
found that tbe people never dreamed of renders
Irg me a like eonrtasy, so I left off being polite,
demanded that which 1 required in us noarse,
and overheating a tone ns I could command, ana
got on much the bettor for it.
Pori.Tictwo nut Wkono mav. A cunons
iinr u m in- the rounds uf a mist ike in a mus
tard prultk e at a hotel. A lady, whose husband
was su tiering from cold, got up at midnight aud
went below to letch a mustard poultice. In ber
agitation she mistook tho room on her return,
and went into one where there was a light burn
ing as dimly us in that she left a room alto
gclbt r similar, and apparently her htisbaud in
bed fast asleep. (She applied the mustard poul
tice to his chest, and sat quietly at his bedside
till it began to draw. It did dru ( but it drew
an infuriated scream from tbe ptnir fellow who
had been the subject of her unconscious solici
tude. At the round of the nnaccustomod voice,
the nature of tbe accident which had befallen
her and her patient was at once visible, and she
rushed headlong from the mustarded man into
t.A n-ma ,,t Ik v IIcda lord. Hotb unrtics told
their story the next day, and had to (cave amidst
tbe laughter oi tne uowi occupauus.
"Comb and Sbh Mb." Never take "come and
" a a nhnise meant in eartiost. unless it in
accompanied with a date. An invitation without
".ir tiinaiRiice" ia no invitation at all. Depend
npon it, if any gentleman or lady desire your
company, he or she will appoint a time for your
visit, "t ini on mo wnen you cu uiunu is u
vi nient," "drop in as you are passing," "make us
a visirwhenever you have an hour or two to
spare," are social tndcliuitisms by which men of
tbe world understand that they are not exoected
to do the thing requested. When peoplo wish to
be cheaply polite, there is nothing like this kind
of vagueness. Tbo complimentary small change
of scelf.ty should always be taken nt a large
di-count. It is never worm us luoc, r uj
tbing like it. Yet it is a convenient medium
of exchange for all that, and heavy debts of
grutituce, that ought to be requited lu better coin,
ure of i n pld with it. People wbo have more
pli-h than principle use It lavishly plain, blunt,
honest men snurtusly or not at nil. Whoever
makes a friendly visit to a fashionable house on
the tn ngth of a mere "Come and see," will be
likely enough to find that the family circle which
he ha dropped lino by request is as ungenial aa
the arctic circle, and to leave it with arbiily feel
ing ubont the heart that will prevent him from
venturing into Ibo sume high latitnde thereafter,
liut when a whole-souled fellow, whom you
Lnw to h vour friend. erans you vigorously by
the hand and say.? "Come and dine with me
to-day dir.ner on tbe table at five o'clock be
sure to come, we shall expect you" go If you
ran. and von will be all the Utter for it. both in
mind and bodv. One likes to meet friends at the
hospitable bouid one's own or theirs, it mutters
HOI WHICH out a nou in tue airuvs wbiiiuiuukui
fiom a fash kit uMc acquaintance.
Why do wk Siiaxk II anus ? The learned Dr.
Humphrey has given ns the solution to this Ire
queully cor.iw lured problem. Ho says ; "It is a
very old-fashioned way of indicating friendship.
Jehu S lid to Jeboiuidab, 'Is thine heart right as
my hiuit is with thine heart? If It be give me
thine bund. It Is uot merely an out-lusuionea
custom, It is a strictly natural one; and, as usual
in such caies, we may find a physiological reason,
it we only take the pains to search for it. The
anlii'iils cultivate friendship by the senao of
touch as well a by the senses of smell, bear
ing, and siht; and for this purpo-e tbey
cnsplo) the most sensitive part of their bodies.
Ti t y lull their noses together, or they lick one
another with their tongues. Js'uw, tho hand
ii. n i ait of the human liody in which tbe
sense ui touch is hiehly developed; and after the
manner of animals, we not only liac to see and I
bear our fru ud (we do not usually smell bun,
though Isaac, when his eyes were dim, resorted
to this sense us a menus ol iceogmiiun), we also
touch him, and promote tho kindly feelings by
Ibe conlnct and leciproeal pressure of the tcnsi
the hands. Obmrvc, too, bow this principle Is
illnstiatcd bv uno lurof our modes of greeting.
Whtn wc wish to determine whether a substance
be ptrlectlv smooth, una uie not quite satisfied ,
with ihc in ii iin in ion conveyed by the lingers, we ;
FOURTH EDITION.IFIFTH EDITION!
LATER FROM THE VALLEY.
EARLY SAID TO HAVE
Rebels to take tho Offensive.
Mpecial to Tits' KvrnlwsT Tlsrral.
WAsniMoi'", August II). From the fAC. ol
Sheridan rapturing prisoner belonging to umg-
atreet'a Con. In tbe engagement near Stresburg,
on Wednesday last, Is evident that Early h is
been reinforced by a po'tlon-tho larger most
tirolldv ot Iswastreefa foreca.
It la known tha' I.ongs'Teet's men, wbo wero
enptnred on Unnday by Blrney, above Deep
Bottom, on the north side of the James river, bo.
longed to a division which Was under msrihlng
order for the valley wncn onr un ces crvsu mo
rlvM and sot them Into the fight.
There can lie no longer any donbt of the Uibol
intentions In the Shenandoah. They have deter
mined npon a vigorous camputgn. Eirly has
been or will be reinforced. Grant, however, is
fully prepared for an ,'h developments.
TBOM rOBTEESS MONROE.
Arrival of M'onnalrxt rtlll-ry Attack on
the Mulls CoriM.
Foi.tiikss Mokkoi , August 18. The hospital
steamer Ihmnn ti- ut nrived today at noon, from
Deep Bottom, James river, with 400 wounded,
mostly in the battle of Tuesday, aud belonging
to tbe 2.1 and 10th Army Corp, incywero
tronsfeiTcd to the hospital steamship A'lanlic, at
this Dta..e. which sailed tor Philadelphia at i
o'clock P. M.
Tbe Conn!, irfleft Deep Bttora this evening
Yostcrdey was comparatively qnict with the army
on both sides of the .lames mer. Whilst the
r?.ccjif was lying at Deep Boltoin very heavy
ennnonadina wa bend up the river, CJin-
mencing at 1 o'claek and lasting till 2-30 this
morning. The result was not ascertained when
tbe steamer left.
fi P. M. Tbe mall steamer VaHfJcrfcW, from
City Point, has tost arrived. At 8 o'clock this
morning tbe llebels ma le a furious attack on onr
lines, or rather that portion consisting of uenemi
Burnslde's old Corps, and to their left. Tho
fighting was chiefly with artillery, nnd lasted
nearly two hours, when the enemy fell back,
wiihout attempting an assault on our works.
Onr loss wa small.
IUrhihih arc, August 19.
Hhnatk. Mr. 8t. Clair oHered a resolution in
structing the Judiciary Commit. ce to inquire
Into the expediency ol bringing in a Dili io ois
franchise deserters from the United Suites army
Mr. Clymcr i lfered the following resolution t
It is alleged that tbe ollicers of the 3d
Pennsylvania Artillery, or Provisional Kegtmcnt,
are without commission, and the regiment,
although In the front, without surgeons,
rhrteforr. in order to ascertain where the
natr'ar! lira, he it
lirsoltrd, That the Governor be requested to
furnish, at his eHrlient convenience, any corres
pondence that be may have had with the Presi
dent or the Wur Detriment in relation thereto.
Tbe resolution was uiiopton.
t. .lotiimnn rttternil the followlni :
ituH-nui. The General Assembly is now In
session under the prottlumatluu of the Governor,
nnd an mljoiimed scssiou bus become uuuoces-
aarv . therprhre.
y ' . . . , . ... I .- i ; Jnnln.trt
Hnmilrrn, 1 nut me joiuv renuiuiiuii s"-'"!'
that tbe Legislature will meet in adjourned ses-
iii n on Aueust V I. 1st), oe nnu tue aauio u
h.tiv roueindpd -. and. In lieu thereof.
Itnolreil, That the mcmliers of the two Ilonses
will meet in tbe hall of the two Houses on Tues
day, August 23, at 4 o'clock, and count the vote
on tne Anienunicni. to ui iwubhiumuu.
Th. f.olnfion was Massed.
llotsii. Mr. Kmiih (Chester), from the Com
miltet on llevcnue, presented a report, embracing
some niodilicationa ot tbe law taxing railroad
companies, bankers, ft.c,
No radical rhongc was made In the amount or
manner of collection, but several ambiguous ex
pressions were revised.
Tbe bill uccompnnvine tbe report was passed.
A supplement to the General Bounty law, not
aflcctiiig Philadelphia, was considered.
MURDER ON THE HIGH SEAS.
Hearing of Alleged Murderess,
Woodward Mortally Wounded
fh.AsHB. Trnsi., Angus! 1U.-A sinaii
scout sent ont from here ysstcrday returned at
midnight, and reported three hundred llebels
under Frank Woodward, at Carrettshurg, twelve
miles from hero, at six o'clock laH night. They
were well mounted aad armed, mostly with navy
revolver", and wero pressing horses and mules
Indiscriminately. They were supposed to ts en
route to join Adam Johnson.
Cl.RKSVIi.!.r, Angust 19, 18-30 A. M. WOOil-
rard attacked llopkiusville about four o clock
this morning, and was repulsed by a company of
the 5'id Kentucky, and one hundred home guards.
On the second charge Woodward was mortally
wonnded aud taken prisoner. Two Ilebcl sol
diers were killed, nnd the Union soldiers sus
tallied no loa. The llebels are still hovering
around the town, and another attack Is expected.
REBEL REF0RT FROM MOBILE
Dog River Bar Passed by our
TIRE 0PEKED ON THE BEBEL BAT-
TIRIES AND GUNBOATS.
The " Mississippi Monitors"
Open on the City.
Wsiiikotow. August 1!). The latest Intelli
gence from Mobile I tho following, from the
Hlcbmond Sentinel of the 17th, received at the
Navy Department to-dny :
"Monu-B. Aueust 15. 1 his evening, two mom-
tors and live gunlioats passed Dog river bir,
aud coming op to within two miles of the ob
structions, opened Cro for three hours on onr
batteries anil gunboats, doing no damage. Our
fonr gunboats replied handsomely. Our bat
teries were silent at sunset, and the enomy
"A special despatch to the Regoter, from Ux
Pond on the 14th, says, Chalmers dashed into
Abbeville aud whipped the enemy, capturing
twenty-five prisoners, and then fell back four
miles, when the cueruy attacked him and were
"Our loss was fi killed and & wounueu. m
enemy lost 00 killed and 260 wounded and 40
'tiring was heard lu the direction oi run mor
gan this morning."
14Jt' 4 AKHANOKMKNT8 OF
irSl)-l. ii of k Mrs.
Tht i 'ain'tsa aaa Amiwy ana rniiaittasia IMi im.n
ftatlrnad tlrmpanMa' UM frnra PaluuMlWita M Maw Tort
aa W ar l'iara
raon wAijrrry. STBr.tT wharf,
Will Wava ns fnUow rasa.
At S A at.,riai'aiiiSrrn4 Aantxiy, O. an A. Ao
niaani' dat tt 18
At s a. m , via i'aiBOD ana f.j city, M--anf
At 12 M . via Cadn ar4 AulKir, O and A. Acaora-
At 11 P. M. via Caindoa and Aratuy, u. aud A. Kx-
At 1 P. M.,rla I'airMtrn aail Aiatiiir.AcoroahHlAiloa)
(Krelsht aurl Tsssenssr)
At C t . l.,la ChhiSti slid Anil-or, AccMnmAdatM-in
trrrlMhtand ransimser) 1st Class Ticket
d t'lssn rti
At 7 I'. M.. riar'aindfn and ArnHpr Aermmnnda-
tl..n trreivM and I'aaarnsrr), lt ?lnss TkSai....
aa I 'In. . do
For Manch ('Sims, (nnteivn, ni-inirnrm, neiviutrv,
Kuus. I.amrrlvllk Klemlnst'm, Ac , T i P at.
tnt Lamlirlvlll and intermainl Htsmni,a S P. M.
for Mount, HiMv, Kvnnsvliu,, 1'rmbvrtou, and VSnoap
town, at A. M., 4 and M'-M
lor 1 r.rtuiMat A. M. and P.M.
Y t Palmyrs. mrrrtnn, I)ol.no. Ilcrer!--. BnrlliKtnn,
rs.mica. Ilwlnt n. Aw., at S A. St.. IJ f., I. -I 3(1.
and f. M. Ihe SualnUP At. Unas run dirael Ihrvugtl
Io Trraton. . ,
,r r mrra, Brvsrten, Htlanco. Beverly, and Partial -VnalTr.lil.
an ainbnat Trantnn, trr llrlfol, BirSnut. Ttfvnlf,
Tnrtnilal. ami Ti'iw ats-iwa. M. andU ' P. it.
I.IKJH KIUM hENSlJItlTON ULfuT
Will laav ai feliowi
At 4 A. M .tniflii) la Kn.vn1nn ani Tors,
W'asMnirti.n and VnrS Mall T J
At II IS A.M., vlaBeinliMttuoai.d Jarsej CitaM
AH-:iP. M.,la HrnsliiKioa and Itnty City K
At -,. V W . . V ...Inulnn anil Jar.i V LltV.
WasMniil'Hi and Nrw ork hs.rnss 3-01
Sunilay llnm 1. avs at 4 A. M. and 11 4S P. M. Ttiare will
h iin llnf at 4 A. af. INlahtl on Mundavi.
Pr W ater tiap, Hlr.iuil.hnra, Ncrantan, Wtlks.ham,
HonlrtmcUrsat llTd, Msnehl'linnk, Alleniown, Hemla
li.aa. ltetvlitf-m, Ks.tn, lmlM-rtvlllv, KlernlnirlnD. Ae ,at
7 It A. M. This llaeeiinnei ts wllh Uis train leaving Kastun
fcr Hmh( tiiinkat s ail T at.
Tnr LamlnrtrUle and miernv-ilIKo .tsU.m. at 5 P. af.
For llrlwl, Treiikin, Acal Mi and 11 la A. at., aim a
If at Hilniliiirii, Tanonv, Wts.lnomln. Wrlde.hurs, and
Pranklerd at S A. At., 6, ft 46, and S 1'. At. Tin 9 A. At. Una
liins to Hn.t.'l.
ar-Kor New Vork and Way Ltnss loavlnir Ksnslrartna
tWV' tAks lh" rars OD Kll'lh strset, above Walnut, half an
Annr bastta departtira. Th Itnrs run Into rtia issuot, and
on arrtral of aach train rua fri.ro U I)put.
Fiiiv nounda of bniruaaa miv aliowad earn pasaanear.
Pafl.'-nrrrs are nrnhiMted friiro tnkliiK anytMiiir as ta.-sea
tnt tAelr wrarliia apparrU All biiifM ovar rmy IHionds
,i lie paid ft.r axira. 'J ha t muiiany li-nit tlistr rs.ponsl
bllltv lor haarawc tn On liollar per pound, and wHI not ba
balile fur an amouil bajond SluO. aacapt by i pedal m-
tiratiam's Psrrars F.inraaa will ran for and dsllvsr haa
sa, alU, isrion. Or. lets to ba kit at No WALNUT
it, Vet. WJl. H. UAT.HLK, Asnt.
1U.1.B silOM VT.'V YOllK POR PUH.ADP.LPIIIA
From foot of Oortlan.1 alm-t al XI at. and 4 P. 4.,vta
Jenay I'lly and I aimlen i al 7 and 10 A. at., 6 P.M., and
H (NiU) vta.l-rs.-y Cliy and Ken.lnirt.in.
From root m Rarelav street, at A. At. and 1 P. M , via
From 1'kr No. 1 Niirth Hlrar. at 11 M., 4 and 8 P. II.
(f misht and Passor.ger) via Aruboy and Caunlea.
EW RAH ROAD LINE MUKlli,
Villi, r l.rillA Ti niUKiK i i a,
H1....10I1 ll PIVK IIUI'KS. a
fake s:. mn
F,rrFaiow Ticimu, hhii) for thrf-R TiTtU.
lis ami artar MOMiAV, Ansa ft I. IKM.Ualna wtH aar.
ftioKif MSB S)trt, VhlUuleiphia, ery mornltif a. S A -
it. (Sunday, rseept.u ). U'tri r by tha tamdan aad At-4
larlle and Harlian and llelawara Bar Hailmada to roVJ
Mnnmnuth, and by lh oommodlno. aiaamar i.a Hnyt jn . anr
to teat of Atlsntlr ilrt, llronklyn i ratnrnlna, Isara '.
lantlo ritreet Wharf avfryday (Handayf aaerptsd), at ls2X
Tra'Teirm o tha olty of V'w Vfrk are n itlfkd nat
at ply Mr pa..s bv this Una, IhsHiais of Saw )ate'faa1
harms arainrd lo llif I'airnlrn as Amboy fannoixxj lh'!
fsrln.ive prlvll.Kf nlomnil p.nier. sml f mht M an tm
lwfi-a tin titles ot Pti lsil'h nla a id Nw VmS. hW-UT th
W. F. tllltrr triit. tt.-neral WunarlntrBdoat. "
lsiii. until tuHkaa.
On and afur MONoAV, May IS.
t.rarf Philadelphia S, 7, a s 10. 11 ' 12 A. M.; 1, 9. FlO I
.IV a s a i a ,i ,n II l., u
Lrrfve l,.itnannwn. S, 7, 7 .In. S, S -jn, tl, 10, 11, IS A. at. .
I.S.S.4. i.,5, S,V. t. S. S, in. ll, and If P. M.
1 heS iddovn, amt the A aid t trains up, do aat ftaf,
a the Ueriiiaiitwn Itrani h.
I IIK-M T llll.L RAILROAD.
leave PMlad. Iplila, t, S.lil.ll A.M.; . aV,5V.7.
ami II r. M.
I ca.rt h-.int ll'.ll, T ID.S.S 10, 11-40 A. at. 1 14, I t0
4 4H.S-4C.S IO, and in 40 P. M. .
OK ONHIIOIIIM KKN A KT HOVBtSTOWW. T).
l eare Philadelphia , 30. 11 06 A. M. l."a,J, !,() '
IV, s im. and lit. I1, at.
1a,e t..,rrl.lowB,4.'7, l',J and 11 A. M. 1 1. 4
C. amtS P. M
' "i i.e train an. wtU Bf.A at W laiaiitckoo. If aaAvaaUV
ion MANAvrKK. -va
l.T, l.llli.ipiii...,.i.'t.i w m ..a, "I ..t VW aaB
V K l.r, and 1 1 1 T. M . P"i I
' Leave at anayuult, S'.', 7,V, S-0, , A.M., 1,1, 7.
Slid I'M... . , ...
aval Wivrt. VTH a-id OKKKM Htraetf.
J .. W . -' " " tread)!
X'ORTII r r. IS ri W i L V A Is I A llAIL.ttUAU.
1 Tnr BrCTHLHIKM, DOTLF.4 ri iW N. F.AHrOW.
THAI I ft CIII NK, HAZI.EION, WILKEr)IIAJllt;, Aoi
fi aad afir MuN HAY. J nne Is. Issii Pa.aanatr Tralai-
will leave the Kew llepnt, TI1IK1) Hlre,als,vf Tharop-i
on itraet, rniiadeipma, nany tsnnusji .jwiseiji a
Rntnoreit BeeosmolNawtico to ralr Oaikai.
Washijioton, August 19. The man s.camer
which arrived to-day reports that mere was a
rumor at City Point when she left yesterday, that
a strong reconnoiasance sent out Dy uenerai
Hancock bad reached Fair Oaks.
SORE DEPREDATION) OF THE "TAi
Boston, August 19. The schooner Leopard
has arrived from Cornwallls, N. 8., and reports
that on the 10th, off Martinlcos, she waa captured
by the TaJaiusd, and released on giving bonds
Tbe pirate pnt ten men on- board, belonging to
a harnuo from Portland for PIcton. Next morn-
l ng the Leopard steered Into Monhegnn, snd tho
J men came ashore in a boat. The Leopard sub-
'seqncutly taw tho 7aaAafd capture and bnrn
two schooners. The pirates destroyer an tue
provisions and started the water-casks ou board
FHO!. 4JRMVT AND HHERIDIFI.
Kerli lo The Evening; Tela;ril.
Washinoton, Angust iu. mere is uu ue
v,, to.ilav. esrent that from Generals Grant and
Sheridan. Prow both tbe reporta are tavoranic.
The lighting on tho north of the James is
aevero, but our troops are making steady pro-
Tbe movement of Bherwan nerry vino waa
for prudential reasons, to prevent a Hanking
movement throngb Sulcliors Oap.
ITBEIOIIT LINES FOR NKW Y6RK AND
X all the stations ou Uis Caiudin and Amboy and eou
Tha Caaiilen and Auiboy Kallruud and Traniportarloa
rnnii.ani'1 Kralsbt Line, for Nuw York will leava Walun
siremtiarr,on and after January b, dally iMundayi o-
cePted), at 4 o'clnek P. M.
heturulEg, Uia above Llnaa will leave aw York at 1 and
4 P al
K rein lit most dellvored before 3X P. M. to be for
warded the .ante day. t
irelf lil for rrenlon, rrincefon, Klnnshin, Kew Bnins
wteA , and all potnla oa tha Camden and Amboy Katlroad i
also on Ilia llelvMero, llolawaro, and FKuitust n,Uia Maw
Jersey, Die Kreehuld and JamslmrK, and Ilia Bardnslon
..... it...... u..ii alir.,n,l.. received snd fnrirarded np to
0'ek.rk P. M. HinaU package for Mount Holly rocolvod
"hVBshldera Delaware Railroad eonnevta at Pbtlllps
burvwlih tha Lebifh Valley Kailroad. Tbe .New Jeray
Railroad conneeta at F.Halelli with tha Sew Jersey
Central Railroad, and at Nawark iib thf Morria aad
A s,lpUnie,JSl!ranilum, .peelfylnu tha marks and aom
Ixra. ahlppera and tons'! e, a, mnal In eryln.tania M
aenl wlih each load ol nud. iir no reeelpt will beviven.
Increased laelUUea bavins been uiade tot tlie UJnporta
iH.n ol Ll V K HTO K . drovers are lo Ited to Ut tin. roil ta.
When tha tls:k la lnlahedln onantitleB of TlOijAll
I.OADRor more, It will Be tleiivarru at tne ioooi rorvi-i,
Iraet, near tha Ilrma Yards, or at Plar No 1 North
Krter. a. tbeabippers may desisaata at Ilia time of tua
ulilpm.nt. WaLTKR VllKK.M AN, Krelht Airont,
So. 21 is M. Delaware avenue, Philadelphia.
t.KO. B RAY MO N I). FralWit Aaent,
jfto.1 1'ler .No. 1. Jiorth Hiref. New York.
CAMDEN AND ATLAN
TllllOl'OU IM TWO IIOI'RH!!!
Foia- uama dally to Atlantic City.
On and afler MONDAY, July 4, trains leave Vluestrtrt
Ferry as followa :
7 A 11. (Riprees) for Rrihtohem, Allentowa, Maaels
I hank, w llkefosrre. wni?amiii"r,. i
S l.'i A.M. (Aeriimmoilatliin) f..r Doylfstnwa.
10-IK A. St. (Aeeinin,ortainnl for Fort W'a.hlngtoa.
S P. M. (Aceon-.motlatlot,) far lloyle.lown. ,
8 4.'. P. M. (F.ipre.s) fur BnUilaliem.taJton.Ae.
a-l t Sf tiain O.r Ikn, l..tnn.
B IS P. M . ( Aceommodatloai for Bethlehem, Aileaww B.
and Moai-b Chunk. I
S In P. M. ( Ao'iamodatlon) for lAnsdala. .
11 P. 14. (Aocomniodallon) for Furl Waahlnxtoa. "
THAIMM Kul! PIULAPELPtll A. SVad
laare Bethlehem at S 30 A . M .! AM, J"d -7P.at
iKiyleaiown at a ioa.m .j 4r.at.,an i r. as.
Ij.iii.i1. ile air. A.M. '
Kurt Wailaugtoa at 11-1S A. M. and i P. at.
ON SU NDAYS.
Philadelphia Sir Bellilahcm at u A. M.
Vhllad'lphlef.ir IViykstowa at 3 P. M. S
Dnylektown for 1'hllatlelpLia at 7-'AI A. M. ,
Bethlehem ror Pbl-arielilila at 4 F. M.
llllhnan s Basrae Kspreat wUI rau for aa J AoHvw bair
k,-e at Uie depot. Order, may be 111 at No. 11S t. 11X11
E A D 1 N O
F.IXts) CLARK, ArnL
n.rlT iruiiKR T.I1IK
ruflM PIIILADKLHIA TO TI1K IVTERIOR 0.
I'f.NNrLVANIA.THK KfllnTI.MI L, ttl'H
KOKTH, yOKTHvrotT, AND TlUi CANADAi,
PASHKNOKR TKAIN" ' .,
Leave Ida rcmi-any a H-pot. at TIIIRTF.BVTH a
CALLOVVlill-L HUaals. Pulladelpbia, at Uia IbUuWUH I
a.f'nt.11.. nniu, .
At SIS A.M.. for Keadliif, Lebanon, F.nhrat, LttJ,
aian, I on -is. wk.
Frelsht, with paaenfer ear attaebed.515 A. M.
Fxpresa (IbrouFh In 2 hours) -0 I'. At.
A I lain le Aeounimvdiitlon, 41S P. M.
Junction Aceninin .Mlailim , fi-so P.M.
ltKTUKNLW! LKAVKH ATLANTIC,
Accommodation ( Atlantic; 4 44 A. M.
V.aprcsa. 7'tid A. M.
l rslflil.ll-Mi A.M.
Matl,4-4SP.lf. , .
JuuetloB Aecommedatlon. S-73 A.M.
v... i. 01..11.. i ii uound Trio Tkkata (roodonry
for ike day and train on which tbey are le.ued) VJ 00.
EXTRA HAIUM3NHE1.D THAI No,
Tjfare Vine atreet If In A. M. and I ll V. M.
Leave lladdonrleld 1-46 P. M. and 3 46 F. M.
Mall train for Atlantlo laavea Ytna itreat 7-50 A. M.
Sy.r A""'",,Wr-JMjOHN O. WtAW.im
let! 4 PENNSYLVANIA IQtM
1M1-4. 4'KNIIIAL H.MI.ItOAIl. I2jA
TIIK tlKFAT llUnl.K-TKA H HIIORT ItOI'TK TO
TIIK WK.HT, JiOIITIIWEMT, AN ll 8llTllWF.i4T.
iiiiliueiiiB snd laeilities lor U aala, .wly, and onm
fortsbe tran.poiia's'Bwf pnsra, uasurvaised by aa
Mntelntheeoiiiito. ..,, ... u4 Da-was
Trnltis h-ave the itepot at nbti e- iu auw
Htreeta as louowa
Mall Truin at
Fn.t Line at
Thrtsisb Kspraet at
Parkr.burx Train, No. 1, at.,
11 V A. M.
IU 00 A. M .
1-00 P. M.
1 UUP. M.
4 Ou P.M.
upplj it lo tl e lips unu ruo ir gunny uion tiicin.
M e ilo so l caii'e we know by expci ieiice thut
the si use ol loui li is itioi-c actively ilcviloiei in
ti e lips tlinn in the lmiiiis. Accordingly, hen
e wish to recipiocnle thu wurrucr fcilinf-'s we
me not cot tent with ibe lonMetof the hands,
und wc bring l he lips into service. A abul.e of
hi.int' m ttn i s tor lr:ciiisiii. in unuenion-iiauve ,
l- i g'aml at 1 ast ; hut a kl-sis the token of ainoro
tn der aflu tidn."
Tm Cam- oi nil. Evi . I'ist it otic In-gins to
fu l the etlict of iu.puiied vision, he ctiu iianlly
est n.ate tlievulueot cyt-s'ghl ; und, consequently, I
Irom ifinorantie tr ci relcsaness, be is apt to uc
glect a lew siinplc pti cautions, by the otsMTrsnce
cfvliich hia sifht might be preserved. First,
never use a writing-desk or table with your face
towsrus a window. Iu such cases the rays of
light cosue directly upon the pupil of the cyos,
and, causing an unnatural and lorcvd contraction
thereof, soau permanently injure the shtht. Nex.t,
when your table or desk is nt ur a window, sit so
that vour face turns irom, not towards, the win
dow w hile you are writing. If your lace is towards
the window, the oblique rays strike the eye and
injure it nearly as much as the direct ruyt when
you sit in front of the window. It is best alwuys
to sit or stood while reading or writing with the
window behind you ; und next to that with the
light coming over your left side; then the ligiit
illumines the paper or book, nnd does not shine
abruptly ution the eye-bull. The same remarks
are applicable to artificial light. We are often
asked what is the best light gas, candles, oil, or
cauiphene? Our answer is, it is Immutorial
which, provided the light of either be strong
enough snd do not tiieLcr. A gas nsh-tull burner
should never be used tor reading or writing,
bc-iaukc there ia a constant oscillation or flickeriug
U the fame. Candles, unless they have self
cotisuiulng wicks, which do not rexiuire snuii.ug,
should not be used, We need scarcely say that
oil wkks, which crust over, and thus diminish
the licht. arc good lor nothing: und the same b
lino ,.r i f.mriaiiifii. of tho. hiiinrfl of eaDibhene.
unless the wicks are properly trimmed of all their
fturumr deposit alter auinduig twenty-four hours,
liut, whatever the artibcial lljht used, let it
strike the paper or book which you aro using,
whenever vou can. from over tha left ahouldor.
This can always be done with gaa, for that light
is strong enauh, and ao is the lif,'ht from cu-
pbenC, Oil, SC., prvwucu ll conica luniusu a eir-
cular burner liko the are.and. Hut the liKht,
m tn.o-ier it be. should always be protected from
the air in Ibe room by fciass chimney, o that
th liht may t uauy.
This morning, at the United ritatcs Conrt
1 Rooms, a further hearing waa had before United
States Commissioner Rcrgcant, in the case ot
Sirs. Margaret Clark, of county Antrim, Ireland,
charged w ith the tnurdor, on tho high seas, of
Margaret Ward, of Donegal, Ireland.
The parties were passengers on the ship Lady
i...i i.i from l.onilonderrv. and durirut the
pnsugc, about two weeks since, a scuttle ensue 1
Lia.ua the wuineti Ward and Clark, during
w inch it la nlleircd Hint the latter knocked her
opponent down, run-ins: such serious injuries
ii.mi ,t, ,t. utt. ni Mr-. Ward took nkicc thatniitht.
The arre-t tisik pl.ee yesterday by Deputy
United Ktates Nhaihey, during the progress ot
the tiht on the same vessel, narrated in another
nj.,tt,.n nt' TliK Tsll. S.OltAl'll.
Mi Kei vi r, t -he aliened murderer of McMaster,
la ,,, nt' tho orini iiuil witnesses asuinst Mareuret.
Joint McCoy , sw ot n. Am a carpentor on board
iho l-;,iiu . saw the occurrence of the ouar-
rel; was sitting on the after-hatch, smoking, at
the time; saw Mrs. Ward having bold of Mrs.
r!,t,'a .1,11,1 1 saw Mrs. Clark Ciimimr and
polling the child avny from her (Mrs. Ward),
and giving her (Mis. Ward) a push.
She (Mrs. Ward) l II on the top sail-yard, on
tl.,. Lu iiiin or the hhin. aud then fell over ; Mr.
Cole got bolt! of Mr . Clark by the shoulder and
pu b d Lcr wnt . Khe (Mrs. C.) wont away, and
Mr. t urn in me in ross to me and Said, "don't you
think it ve.iv liiih'h M fallout about children?"
She (Mrs.N nn0 it l-1 not full very hard; she hid
no illMitncc to full : do not know whether she
uiiii-lr her hi. it it nut: did not take any notice
w hcthei she (M . Ward I golup withany dliUculty ;
iiiiiimii.1. i.ici i.i-r ts'rson; she did uot Buy
to tne the in- nrr ; M.d. Ward said she would t-'o
ami lonk lot Mis t'nrk und make friends with
'I he iitti.it iM-etll I d about 7 o'clock in the even-
1,1-- m lu i i ii s I at-'uin at about 10 o'clock ;
the at emu! -o ' c u. u delirious state then; she
is'.lit don i'i-i tiini Iv; alio was not lying down,
iii.ii .le.'l in the air.
M.i. was vi... i t in her actions, and several bad
m t.,,-,1 ir. .io ent calmer afterwards: she
nktl men I e tm in'ngwhen I saw her, "Wh.t
can ei vei mo ut i.'phi r"l told her ahe had better
Ui, tn at.-, ll i .nil Lei half an hour before ahe died ;
this ias in the latter part ol the day after the ditli
culty occurred ; then she was lying lubed in a
" ..... ... i . Ji.l
Hull hour atterwarua sue uieu ; um am fii.i
ti-, i a vonr stioni; woman : nrobahly betweea
thitty and forty years of age; heard It aaid ahe
was a weaK wouiau ; uu um mv. .uviuvi
te.aa a LninAmls avfumtin Or UOt.
John McCoy, sworn Am a vuynuau ou u..
tbe Kmilv Peel on ber lastvoyane from London
derry c been pbyblciun since January last ; ray
first vovaec on board this vessel ; saw dilUculty
between Mrs. Clark and Mrs. Ward.
It was the hitter part ot the month of July ;
i 1 mora- wau atttlna- on the dooo of the
111 HI 11 .TUB. VIIW. " - " II ,
vessel, aud run down on hearing a cry i then saw
Mrs. Clark give her (Mrs.Ward) a push, and she
(Mrs. Ward) tell ; 1 iuiuk sue Kvo uot .
f..ll ati.nffkiHH Ot tllO SUill.
' .h,k Mrs. Mar J struck her head in
falling; Mr. McCool assisted her up; saw Mrs.
Ward afterwards talking to Mrs. C ark, and saw
her aeain aliout two hours afterwards, w hen 1
was called below to see ber in her bed, and found
her delirious ; the witness contlhued to state that
a.h a-., laboring irom nervous excite-
mnt At ten o'clock she again came
a.,-It riuv. h..r soma medicine at SIX
'..i. ...i. ti.. ni aanniiwir tbe delirium had
passed otT. Then gave her som wine and water,
L...I..V. .i.. ,.,ih r,t awullow. taw Lor at ditfer-
ent timts during the day until she died. b Bo
marks of violence upon her body. I believed
she died from the shock conso.meut to nervous
eCwV;I2'Dn.,,..a,.. .ere belntr examined at the
a : . n,.awi mir raritkl
Mrs. Clurit la a young widow lady, with two
children, and is quiia inv-v.-o . -t-
MnrUeta by Tftloarra.pl..
DAl.TiMOBK.'Auguat 19. Wheat atcady. Corn
in. I and 1 rent lower. Wulkky dull aud nominal atsisi.
New Yoiik, August 19. Storks are easier.
Ohtessn and H -i k Island, U'l', ; Cuail'rkinil preterred,
61 ; Illinois Ceniral Mcrip, '4'i ; MiehtKan Hout-iurn. 'l ;
lluaianteed, 1-Ct' -. iscw lora vnitai, i.si'e i r.qn i "m,
11'.'! ileadlUK. tsi'.i Hudson Klvir, 1C; Km:, 1U;
CleveJand and Toledo 1-U; Clovelatid and riltibnru,
1I81: Pitt.hiirar and Fort Vi'aiue 1'5S; Chleaifo and
North Western, bVf, 'Ireatury Notes, 110; Ten Tony,
Ins; Five twuiiiy Coiioiii, 110; Heslstarcd 4i,luS',;
TKU88K8. BRACKS, &0.,
kltfulty adjiLPtd by C. II. N IlF.ILF.S, aor.
of TW RLkTH and RACK Mlroela. Ladlea'
Iscpartuient for aame, conducted by ladles,
TWELFTH Street, (tret eoor below kUoa.
Tlio moat txunplela aud varied ahs-k oa
band, con.utliis. In part, of Tru.e. Huppormrs, Hhouidet
llrasie., Baits, Baudavu, Kiaallo Blonklnsa, Hyrlusua,
Arucloa ror nursery. nica autom, c leuaia
MfSieWV n.Li.i.iu lUM-i-it-irrir Kin. 14 North
Siata vinih Btrert. above Markot. Kopturea
radlealhrenred by 11. KVUIKI'T'H l-romltini raieut
tlradueonn 1'ro.anra Tru.a. huiienor r.uinio
Ela.ltu H1ociins..rlupprUKa, nuuuiuar pi,r-
Borte.. Cnrtelias. ate. ....-,,..,. , ,.r
Laiuea atuuoi o vj alia. n.sj. r. 1 . . .. wtw
II. A. till.KKA,
Inventor and llanutaetarar of tha
A Jt T 1 1 1 : A L A U M,
Approved and adopted
BV KOEON-tll'.NKB AL OF TUB OK1TCD iTATK.
Bftl in-vaav-ntly lmjaieu hit OfTU- aiul Fartorr at No. UU
O. J II 1 U DUKIi )IA VSMVW trytt.W, m HtaaaaassM
W K A LT 11, HEALTH, AD
If lo antri ailtntrlDK :
If tt ctkiirve lovidioiit fsirlnj
Ii tit ho a tiUitnnls;; Mow t r,
httdins, ();lnii Id aa lioiir tiN t
I Ut have a hoat ot rYJenU;
ll tor Tice tu ma to uiui iiUh;
II Kkth lib-borRis'ootl lu w h1 ;
ll a mm bit wt.niv whiu dtail- Wi u tm
J( (o live tlireoacori' and
Wiliair it e aa lonjt anfilfii
R to livi a lite uf pean-;
ii I4i die aad jju to irf n Hku. ry t
If you wltiU a Ufa of ploatupaM ;
If vuu value- tlila world n irtnutiraa ;
li avery comtoil .ou would e.
Take in advice, and wUh three.
Ttieu. havliiK Bealtli, Wealth, anJ UraotT,
tou 11 uc riared fr vtry duty.
Rr a cartful di rual of lr. WILLIAM YOL'NO'H Kaw
hiwk, 'I III. MAJtHI AtiK (U'lliK, wlilt h t.anid ba raad
uyavarooo. boju y iHnii'-rfi ymrrBiiv, tui i ma
iwiora cnita, tto. tib oratua ninaLi , ynce
coma. au t
sjfaa hTEAM WK.KKLV TO LIVKlt
aSk&aalakaPO'il, toiielitiis at t.Uenstown, Cork llarlior,
1 1,.. Ht'ti-atioa n stuaaiera of tbe Liverpool, Nuw Tirk,
and l'hilsilvl,ina htuauialup t ouipauy aje lateaaed tu
aan as iiMinns:
l I t T lr iaimmin, nataraay. Aiisu.t v.
CITl OF llAl TliaOKH.SSIilrJa;, Auu.l27.
K1 .'A. Haturdav. huiilembur '16.
Aniteturi aiiDeM-dOtu Malurdav. at aooa. flout Tier Na
UATtS US TAHSAIMC.
Fayatilein Oold, or It. eiiulvali-nt lu (tuirsaey ;
llr.l ( alila S-siUl aiaereita HD-OO
Flral Cabin lo l-ondou Hal Mieiasf to London.... :Hll
Fitai l al.iu lo Paris... (s a eliee. iil-i-to Pan. enui
1 iml( aJ.in li.lii.uibiintl.KSi Hiaetajiato UambiirK. . 7 IX)
I'as.euirer. are al.o lorwarde.1 to Havre uieuieu, llol
teroam. AittM ero. At .. at eouaU Um rules.
laro. fnui LneriHsil or yueen.town : I'iritraMil, STtl,
SVi.Sins. airai.'e irirfn Liverp.1 ana vueeintoo u. rm.
1 Hose who v. uu lo eud lot tueiruwiae caa our
l.f le at theae ralee.
1 ut luitliu tsioiautlon apply at tha Onmpaay's oiltcos.
Jiin t. i..M.r.. aaeui,
Ka 111 WAI.M T Sire.-l. Fiilladi-lplna,
tssjTaaa. FOR LIVERPOOL, SATURDAY,
2Usiwaa, Ausoal l. lf.l.
ii.t- linu.i. .i.ip AltWimi, Caplala i. U-CarUaia,
w in .an a. aooi a.
For iieiabt at pe.saffa, anply to
no at Ad mrriAHuanH rv,
bil-U f.lu WALMJI buafi.
I'arkcsbuis Train. Wo. a. at.
Barrl.liurs Acooiuniouaiioa at.
. 1. nu,M Wat Pblladal.
I B.. Bi.wiuwm.Mv. y.. - - - - a.aao
libial at w vw r.
fri ....h t,v the Fa.t Una reacb Altooaa litr
supper, wbere will be found exoslHint aocomutodatlou. for
11 e nl.hl at the Loean Homo, and in Uia momma raay
take ellber tlie Philadelphia ar Bnltlinnre K.sprues, eaal. of
wblch auakea ooiiuaciions at IMileburs for all potula. A
d.jllslit view Is thus atiordcdsr lbs oaiira liou audlu
Tlie Tbroiie-li tiprxas Train runs daily i all U.a otbar
..kin. .IkIIw ..-nt Stiiri.Lava.
r'oil PlrTSIll. llll AND TUB WEST.
The Wall 'Iruin.Fa.t l.lno.aud Through Express ooa
neet at PKI.bU'k with tlinitikli trains on all illven.-ins roads
frain lliat IKilnl, North to Ilia Lakes, Went lo Ibe Musls
alppi and Mls.ourl Itlvi r.. aud Rooih and Houthwe.i to all
points aoee.hiuic ny raiiroa.i. ,ueuun . m... .u-vv.-.
Innd, IJctiott.Clikaiio, rit Paul, Chnnbui, InduiiiaiiHa,
Ht l.oul, Louveimorth, K-ui.m, Wlieellna. llavton, Cin
cinnati, l,ouiville, Cairo, and uli other prtuclpal avlnu,
and baL-KSae checked throutih.
1KIHANA BHANC1I KULltOtli.
Tlie Throui.li F.apraaa. leavlim al lu isi l: at., connecta
at BlulrsMile tntrrseeUon with a truin on thla road hr
1. lulr.vlll.. I ...ll... Xi.
1.I KNHBI Ittl AMI CltF.KHOH BRAUCII BAtl.ROAfi.
TheHimuKh Kspre.. Train. la lus at lo !MI P. al .,n
at ett at t're.anu. at ln i A M.. with a train on tlie road
for I'beiiFimrij A wain also Icui ca vresaou tor umuauaif
' ' ifilLt.IHAYBllL Hll IIKAN'-H lOAII.
The Mull Tralu ut 7-i'i A. M .an.l Turoufh F.ipreaa at
Ifttsi P. u., onuaent at Altootia Willi IraiD. lor inllldaja
buritalTMP M. and K an A. 3t
1MCUNL AMI I IJ'AKI 11 1.1' rtKAStiii iia.ii. ..
The ThruiiKh K.in-.. Train, leavlnsat 10 '60 I'. M.,a
neets al Tvnuie lih a train for eSatnly Ki.lae aud Plillllie
btirs. und Ii) Bald B D'lc V alley Bultr.ud lor Port Matilda
MllestmrK, and llelletonte.
111 NVlMlllOM AMI BROAD TOP I'.AII.KOAD.
Tbe Thioiisli Xsprass Tralu. leaving at In :i P. M . eon.
met. at Haiiuiigdon wilb a train lur Hopewell and Bloody
Soat'lJIKKS CKNTBAL ANU PIItLATIKIJ'inA Al
ForHnLl'nrv,William-.pon, Lock Haven, Kimlra.Bo.
eli. sli r. Ilulia'ln, nn.l Kiaxaru Falls, uaaat-nKfra t.kn.K Iba
Mull Train at 7'V'i A.M., and Uie Tnrouali F.xiro at
10 SOP M.. daily eseept Minduys. so diioiily throtmb,
wliliout cliaiixe ol' ours bctwoca I'lilladcipbia and Wit-
.'.""vtlitK. II ASOVF.R. and flF.TTYlirR. the trains
li-.HKultA.il. and iU P. 1 , connect at Columbia
with train tin the KoillietntVuirul Kailroad.
Ill allti'ltl.AMJ VALLKY I. AII.HOAn.
The i) ail 1 rain at 7 vr A. At., and lliroutb Kspre.s a
10 . in P. M... .i.i.i ci at UarriatKira v. lib Irallia for Carllala,
t:liainherhi-ri(, and Hautisionn. ....-.,.
M AYM-liUrHll BRANCH KAtt.ROAtl,
The tiaini. Itavliei at 7 -J.. A. M . and 2 P. at., fonneet
i Howniusu.a n wlili tram, on Una load to rYayiiaiburn
and .1 liin-tiii, disle slalaiua.
ror lllrtlior ll.ruruiallon avpw at tnr r..Ka;n piwii4
ti. li. eeim r ,J 1.1J.X y.S'i II sun af AkKEI sllrceU.
JAMF.M CtJWUKX, Ticket ABent.
t-n. 1 r. e. o ... I'l in,. ml. a. at verr I..W ralee. a-r tha tw-
u.niniodaiion of persona llviniout of iov,u,r I k aiad wa
or near Hie Una of tl e mad. ,,.,.
tt.ll ft 1 IKM-l.,
ween any two pulitls. at about two ceata
ner mile. Til. tlckotk .H loieuiled P UIO IK 04 ISUUIna
travelinv Irniueiitly, and aro ul ral adrautac to venous
Biakiun ucrasHiuai irins. ,..,..
1 1 - ' ' . . . .. i. . ,
l or one or three months. lor " "f sclioUri atteadiuf
aeliuol lu Uie dir. ........ .v.
Aa rml.rint A r,.,i,iuio.lalioii tralu leaves Kb. 17 floek
alteet ouily (tit.iida.if exceptedl at i o ilook P. M.jonVrttie
oturiirtunia at Mle 01 aravei to laiuiue. wim,ii,a..i
oue-hall ttio n.usl rateol tare, rarutuiar auc-uuuu a.
ald to baKh'sse, lot wnion cueva. are tfiveu, aiiu uuaaaae
luiw aided by Uie same Oaiu V.IIU pa.el!.tr,
I 1 ur lull uiioruiaiion, spills lo
f JVAatl'O av..,
So. K17 lxMJt btroot.
alAKK'8 BArttlAOB KMUKHH.
An aavutoi Ihla reliable Ksprans tkMiipaity will pass
tliie-iik-li earh tiaio Us. .it re.tl.liiK li e depol,and take up
ill. ok s and deliver banvaac to any part of llif ntv. lia-
faue will tie calli-il fur nrointiliy when orders are left at tbf
'asiriik-erliepol, Klevrnik aud Market ttroeta. Ttio irat oT
!.. public arc assured '" " tmirely r4tioiuUiU.
By Ihla ronlf frebjl.l. oi aU deteriptioni can be for
wurded to and from aur points on the railroad, of Ohio,
Kenuicly, Indiiiua, llliuoit, Wl.ouii.in, lowa.iar Mi.sourl,
by railroad dirrci.or to any polui oa tlie aavlyabif waters
of Uie West, by strainer from Pittuburtf.
The rate. of irelkt to and horn any point In Uia West
by lh Pennsylvania Ceutral Railroad are at alllluie. as
favorable a. are chamad by other Kailroad Coui(anle.
Merchant, und lluLtni euliu.tiug tb UaasporlaUoa af
their freiKlit lo tin Couipuu cau rely with cotutdouca ua
it speed trail!!.
t or Irembi contract or ahlpplhf SirucUous, apply to tr
ailiiros tl.e Asent ot the Company
t. 11. KIMisTOK, Jr., I'liilaikliinla.
D A. HTKtVAKT. Fllbbarg.
t LAKK at CO., Cubase.
l.r.k.cil A ( 0.,ha. 1 Aaior Hou.e.or Ko. I a. wuiiaaa
atreet, .ew lark.
I K.FCH A Ci., Vo. 77 Waalitntton atmt, Blo.
Vill LIAM ItKOwN. No. ss korib suoat, Haliuworf,
Avutixith.ut.uulllw.y. H H HOl..TOSI,
run.ral FraUbl As. nt, i'lula-lelphla.
-Lt-Wlsl t- H"l'Pr.
Columbia, Harnbur, Pottsvllle, FimiKrove, lama-r
li.,ni...M, u liliain.iw.rt. l.itiilra. lbciieier. rtiauwra r a..
Buflnln. Allci.towT-, Wi.kesbarre, PttUViO, York, Carillll
CLaatrx-rshun, Hairerttown, Ac -'
The trln eonneelf at UKAMNO with Eaat Fenntytrat ,
ala Railroad tram lor Alientown. Ac. the Reaillnf an"
Ci liiruhla Ksllroail for Eplirala, Litis, and t'olnruhla. atsj .
wlih the lhanon Valky train for ll.rrl.buf . Ac. i at PBf .
CLINTON with CaUwusa Railroad trains tor Wllker.arrv.
Yl llliaumport. lek Haven, F.lruira, Ao.i al HARKIS-JL.
Bt'KO with ' Sorthfrn Central," Cutnirlnd Valley.
and "Srhuvlkill and eWnnuehanna" train for SsHina"
AFTFBKOOS K.XPRKHH ,.ZZ
Leave I'hllatV It.hla at a 30 P. M. for Headl.if, Pott
vllle, Plni frova, Harrnbofl., Ae., coanectt'ia at "arrtf"-"
butir with pann.ylvanla Oentral train for Fltishnnr, a-ja.
Korthsrn Central Railroad Iralnf for Hunbnry, Northus
berlantl, r.unira, c, ana -or. v,.m.., -
Kalinsid Ualna for Milton, rYilllaaurt. kJailra. lliuTa) ,
' M1T)I0 AOOOMMODATIO!. ' ,
iavea Roadiua at fi 00 A. It., stopping at all way r t
lion, arriving In pbliadeliuiia at S'OO A. M. rPB '
Returning, leaves PbUadclph at 5-00 1 . M. I arriTaaf tf .
Sending at M'Oti P. M. ,. ... 1
...1... r... ii,u.rf.inhia wave Harr l.burr at a A. V .aa'af I
FotlsvUle at 9-lft A. At , arriving In Plilladeiplila at U ,
P. M. Ar-ernoon iraiu ieuo ,,, . r--Potl.vllle
at 2-3i) P. arrlvlui! in Philadelphia at 7 P. Mr
Market train., with a pasnenrer car attached. Mv
Fbiladelptilu at 1 F. M . for Reatllnr and all way staUoor
leave R.ading at l'i, noon, aud DownlturtowuatLi-JOI.
M. for Philadelphia and all w ny nation. V
All the above trains run dally, Sundsyf ep - f
dtinday train leave Pottsvllle at 7'30 A. M., aad Folia
dflpblaatuKiP MtnvAUEy kailkoad -
Pa'sencers for Dov. nlncmwn and interuieilate i point
Uie the li 10 A. M. and 5 Wi P. M. trains from Phiiadf la.hP ,
reiurnlnf from Jjowulogiown at A. M., and U
STw VOBK EXPRESS KOTt PtTTSUUBQ ASD Ta'
WKST. t ,
I.eaTes New York at 7 P. M., passing- Beading at M mid
tilKht.andeonne.iluK a llairts'iurg with 1'aoo.ylvaai
Railroad Kstses trains ror Pittsburg.
lleliinilng Espres truin leave llarrlsbnrgori arrrtraJ,
thf Pennsylvania Espres f-om Pittsburg at : A. M
as.lng Reading at ati A. M-, and arriving at New Yer
at 1-4-4 P 31. Weeping Cat accompany tbeaf trait'
through, beiwecu Jersey City and 1'ittsburg, wiUiet
C,M"irtrarrn tor Xew York b-as-a llarrl.hnry at 8 A. at
and P.M. MailUaineibr Harrlaborg leava Haw mi
Mi$ll" UtlLL VALI T KAIIKOAD.
Trains h ave Pottsvllle at 7 15 A M. and 3-.)F M.,r
tnrnlni:fnira Tn,carora at H It) A. M. and 4 : P. M.
Bt'lll YLKll.L AMU Ml'SOl EllASNA RAH.KOAO.
Trauia leave Auburn at 3 44 A. M. fur Plnotrrova aav.
Ilarrlsbur, and at flO aud 7 10 P. M. fnf Plnegr.-ivf only.
returning rram riKrri.otirg ai i r . o., . -
frovaatslt. A. M., and 4 ami a .P. M.
Thraanh rt-elns tlcktt. and emlcrant tlekftftfa
the principal points In the Jtorth and West andOanada
The thll.iwlng tickets are obtainable onlv al tbe omoa.
a n u A l.B-.tltlk TrMinrar. No. TU fl. fOl S I B
Phl!aile,plla,OI U, A, All.VuUi urawai our"a
1rt, fading mmi,tation T,CKRT,i . ,
A2 per can t. dlscouat, bettvtwo any paints KSlr
f"!iWiXC.Z T,KET, ttMVl
Oood ft 5000 nincs.betwoea all pouii, at$4t93al
f. ramiuos aud nW TKTKKTR, i
For Uiree.Bia, nine, or twelre uoullu, for holders oaf
ta all points, at reduced rotas. .
CLKHtiYMEX . M . v
llesidlneonOiolliieofthe road will be fvtrnlsaea wt.
cards, enililini Iheraaslve aud wive to ticket alaar
. . , i .. , arA ana Batr
r rem I nwauvipi-ia iu piim-i- ' " ' . , -- -"
day. Hnnilny, and M.indsy, at reduc-d fare, ta ba SAd ar
ai Uie lkaotomo,aA'jmttraUi.snHaaCAJJWlUI
raLii, in. aa
floods of sll description li.rwarded to all the abo
Boiiiis.frtim the Conipany'a sew freight deyot, BHOA
mid TilLLoF. AMm T(UI-a
Leave Philadelphia dally at A.M..1 P.M.aadSF.'JJ
for Reaiilrg, lbanou, Uamsburg, I'otuvilla, iort Uu
tub, aud polnU bejotlO. MAII, a
Ch.a at the Philadelphia Po.-i-S for all phscat tn tsj
road nnd Its bran. hr. at 6 A. kl., and for Uif prlodtp
uuon. only at H-1& P. M.
-i rESTCIl ESTER Ai7rTlILAULPliI
11 KAILltOAU, VIA MKIHA. ,
" h-'ltlNll AKKA MIEAIF.ST.
On and after 1R111AY, Anil 1, lso4, Uie Tralaswllllaa''
,c'lv'e'lrlltaderphla. from the Depot, corner of THfRP
F1I1AT atidklARhET HtrveU, V A. At 11'Ud A.M.,lt
r.M..4'S) l'.M.,8'4M'. M.
I'lillathili.lila Depot chanted from KKIHTK.KNTH ar
MAli'KtT blretU lo Tllllll V 1 ItlBT aud MARK.
'lcu'vi' West Chester, from the Depot on East MARK
lltriat.ll'Sn A.M..7-40A. M.,11 A. ii ,2 P. M .4 4ft P. at.
'H,.....nf ,h. U'a.t I'l. IIm.1. Libia Pa.aai.aar Hailwa
rotupauy (Market meet) mil usuvey l'uaeu,r ta a
from the Pbiladelpbia Depot.
ON NCNDAYri. I
Leave I'l tl.lslphla at H M a. M. aud tt w P. M.
Iav call Inkier al 8 A M. and 4 ' P. M.
Tiami. U-avIng Pl.liaile plila at a A- M. aud 4 90 F. af
and West theater at 7-4. A. M. and 4 id P. M.,coniH"
wlih Ualna on the Philadelphia and Baltiiaora OaaUi
llaliroiid nir Oxterd and tnlerioeillale polina.
jai it UlCMiY woiili.l.eLerslhupernatandenL
VEST JERSEY RAILROAD LINES.-
t omButirtiit au MONDAY, dune) SO, 144, frf
Walnut aut-ei Whart.
lOR CAl'E MAT.
AtO, nd 111 A M. Ilni 4 no P. M.
For Haletu slid Bihlkclnti, at A. M aad 4 P.M.
For (ila.alsiro.al 0,11, and 10 A. M., and 4 and 4 SOP. M
lur Wo.,liiury,Gluucier, Ac, at aud X, M.,Ua
ari . anrf ri V U
HETl-KNINn TR AI8TS LF.ANE
OnpeMavat baud 1146 A. M.,andS10P. M.
SliUviueatJ'40 A.M. .and 1-liiandSuOP. M. ,
halem at fi A. M., aud i ll' P. M. -1
Btldnetmatti IS A.M. ,180P.M. -lilas.lsiro
al 7 111 aud a- A M-.tf iW, SO, aud 7.D0 P. V
ts .KMiburi at7.7'40auds-64 A. M.,and 'i bu, .-its,
and b in P.M.
THE WERT .1F.HHEY EXPRESS COMPAbTY. 1
Offlce, Ko. 6 VYALSil'T Htrael, will oull for and delta.
Biu!ge,and attend to all the uaual branches of Kspre,
biuuica. Vaui u ai Mlet taken by S A. M. lino only, ar
iiiiii,t be f nt t tlie onice the a vuuing prevlou. Prtw
ble art. tie. by tills Hue nitl.t be sent Wore bX A. M. ,
weial uif.enirer aceouipaiile each truin.
mjsl J. VAN llL.Nb.-il.LAKlt.buinrlotandant.
lOl'i l'HILA DELPHI AAND IOfI.1
lcSO-4. ERIE RAILROAD. lOU'i
Thi gnat line traverse Uie Hurt hern and Murtbws.
counties aPenna.vlvauia to the city ol Erie on Lake ,rt
It ha. been li-aMKl b thf I'ENNMYLVAMA RAILROA
COMPANY, ant under their au.plcu ia bvlug raplOl
opened throughout It. entire length. J
7t I now In u.e for Passenger and Freight bu.lnei ftoi
Ilarrtsburg lo Ininoriuui. (Wi mmsi,
.ion. and from buanid lo trie (7 aalia.,ou la Woalft
una Of raasoaa -
l'I'talli leave. n!?,ti
o....ltviu aa-ut. Psita.l.li'lila.
0aial (uyM uilttudaui, Aiiveaw, fa.
fell i Refill ts-'aav 10"vlU J
'ciMTrun'rurouIh wrTH"i'T"iiaiV"lota way oa tha,
traine batwrta n.lta.loiilila aud Lock llaveu, aad belwaa
Ball mote aud l.ock Haven.
1 leaanl a)ieilug Car on the EipreM Tram bath wave
kr.a- imoniiatlou reeoecllug I'aaaangar bualiiea. apply
Ue H E. cruel ol EI.EVEKTIl and MAIthtT Huoola.
And lir I relabt bualtu-a ut the Couipauv' Afebla j
S. H.hln..UNi.Jr ,cornalArthl.Tllaud MAklk
t . W. Reynold-, Erie.
M. D.IU. A.ent, M S. C. K.
tleneral Eraight Smut, Pbitad. Inhia.
LEsYlH L. HoUPr.
Oeaaral Thk.t Aaeut, Pl.lla.lrl,.kia
jimt.ru r. run it.
tVacral Msuatr, VVUliaaitpa