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THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAriT. rniLApELrroA, 0, 1804.
TCESDAY, BBPTEMBER , IBM.
; APT QUOTATIONS TOE THE TIME3
HUJnD FOR TH n "RTKKIKO TF.I.BORA PII,"
B COLI.IT cibukb.
A patriot if one who lorr-s hi rountry, tlOYotcs
. kimeisif to it irrTiiw, or Intmrs for it benefit.
' 'Patriotism most be founded in grant tirlncl
" Vti, and supported bj gnat Tlrtuus." liolimj.
(. "Patriot and faction,
JUk oil and wntnr, ml x when strongly nlmltcn,
ut never can unite disjoined by rtir.iire."
l Aaron Hill.
"Far dearer the grave or the prison
Illumed by one patriot name,
Than the trophic of thooe who have rlson,
l)u Liberty's mini U) fume." M mre.
Frrfttlir there the mnn, with soul ho dead,
Who never to himself iia'h naiil
Thia la my own, my rmtive land ?
Th wretch, concentred all In self,
Living ha!l forfeit fair renown,
And doubly dying, shall go down
To the vile dust, from wlnuce he sprung,
' Unwept, unhonored, and unsung." Kralt.
"Union the bond of nil things, and of mnn."-'7.
"When kind fate has onco plantud
Two saplings together,
Thut arc warmed hy one rav.
And that feel the name weather;
AVhen their bram hea entwine,
And their leaves Intermlnglu,
It were better both died
Than that eliliiir were single." Dallas.
"Flirts sepHraUd and disjointed nro to ?o
liron'ht together gently and eiiitllr, that they
may touch one another, und so bo prepared for
million." i tirman.
"Jiut if treason causes a wparati in of States,
(lie only power Hint exists to unite tliem at-aiu i.
. thttue." Old Viay.
NOHTH AND Sot Til.
They mov'd like stars united in their apbRren,
Or like the KtioDO by Ionian's waters witsu'd,
- trVhcro mingled, and yet separata appears
The river from the lake." Huron.
"Let the bond
Of mutual, Drill accord, us heretofore,
Ua-te ihem, and let wealth uud peace abound."
'Oh, save my country, heaven!" Pope.
"A man that fortune bufluts and rewards."
"He stands between the wronged and the
wronger. The defender of the oppressed and the
champion of a race despised. The whip is
ilenced in the South, and the chains cease to
clink there. Humanity assumes its shape, even
in the midst of those who would have crashed
it to earth. Light and sliado now make up the
landscape of a Southern sceno, as von view H
jpon the canvas. The one is a beautiful speci
men of art the other a sublime reality of nu'tiro."
"I snld Abraham Lincoln will prove true. And
be has. Ood bless him. Slow if yoo please, but
true. Unimpassloned, if you pleae, but true.
Jocose, trilling, if you please, but true. U-.-luc-tant
to port with unworthy olllcials, tiutrrue liim
elf, ttut as steel. I could wish him loss a m m
- of facts, and more n man of Ideas. 1 could wi-.li
aw him more steru and more vigorous. Every man
V-'H111" faults, liut still I say Amen to Abraham
m, - tmcoln! My eountrv men, can we do bettor, any
'If- of us, and all of us, than to say Amen to Abra
) l.in Lincoln, till the Lakes shall ei ho it to the
(iulf, and the Lustern unto the. Western sea ?
IIkv. Jon P. Ui'LLlvr.R.
"At morn we met
The venerable man ; a virgin bloom
Of softness, mingled with the vigorous thought
; That tower'd upon his brow ! As when wo sea
The gentle moou and the full radiant sun,
. Shining in heaven together." Moore.
. The culm of that old, reverend brow, the glow
Of its thin Kliver lucks, was like a Hash
Of sunlight in the pauses of the storm." Milman.
"A little longer, yet a little longer
And nature drops him down wittiont your sin ;
Like mellow fruit without the winter's storm."
The word Grant, Menage derives from the Ger
man Waren, which itself is from A. S. II ir-iii.
fe.tcarian.Carere-proritlere, cu.todire, defendere;
to provide or foictu-e, to keep or guard, firm or
secure (), the possession of a thing to another,
to guarantee It. Dictionary.
"The game I start, courageously pursue."
Thus all the doynges and nttcmpts of the
rebellions people had cvlle succosse on their Arst
entorpneo." Hull., JJenry I J I.
"Nor idly sit onr men at arms the while,
Four thousand horse, that ev'ry day go out,
And of the field are masters many a mile,
liy putting the rebellious South to rout."
Itattle of Aginconrt.
"Well, on that day, the world repose bad galn'd,
And bold rebellion's blood hail ull been dram'd."
"Bat what talk we of these traitarly rairah,
whose mMerief are to be smiled at, their oileucus
being so capital r" The W inter' i Tale.
'And far the blackest there, the traitor friend."
What means that traitorous comMnaliou, less,
Too plaiu to evade, too shatneful to cmf.jss ?"
"Can he love the whole
Who loves no part ? He be a nation's friend
Wiioia, iu tiuth, the friend of no man there!"
Satan their dread commander." Milton.
"For he that hath the devil to his father must
needs have dcviliah children." iMtimer't Ser-
"Hell One of the devils, I warrant yon, has
fot a cold, wlih being so long out of the fire."
"This outwnid minted deputy
'Whose (allow isuge, uud delibera'e word,
Kips youth 1' the head, and lollies do'li emucw
As falcon tio'h the fowi is yet a devil ;
Ilia tilth wiihin being cii.t, he. would appear
A pond as deep a lu ll." sV,u.,.ojtiir.
" Savter jur ntii u.c rteular."
Jl taut t ft tiler ucitr mit-ux ..autr.'
That is to mty, one must go back retreat a few
paces, in onier to t il e a better u an.
tsaute ifi iu ut" sShvc himself who can : cut
wbo can ; run who ... T! e pl.ia, ol f.ilit when
a rrtLtii um.y i.- . n;, n.
J. I'. IU NJaKIN.
"Blush colli flute." !.a:,,,toi .-. t
"these people aic very Uile.vii.ii, v l.icli I proved
to uiy cost, lor ihty mi le a ca-ke1 ol mun;, wii.i
fullFSnt good lue. Hu;.lt .-, I o.iou, i ol,
"liM'H jewelry and goods." r'Wn 1'iiyn:e.
(i UN Y. HA L l.EB.
"A second Arnold on Coiumlilvt's shjif."
"Jesus begin to spcike unto the people of
John. To te va, wet e out unto t U wyldcrnM
AVei.t e out lose h neih shaken with the tvymlc ?
. 1'huyhnan'a JJtble, l'l-Ol.
tpllrr 4'Mlurliir a NiiHke.
The Orleana (New York) liepubiUan relates
that one day lust week ex-Comptroller Loren.u
UurroHS discovered, in a building belonging to
loin, a small snuke suspended by the neck uudor
it shell'. On examination, the suspension proved
to be accomplished by nothing more tubsiaiitiul
than the thiaaiis of a spider's web.
'1 ho main web or nest of the spider was. mt
.. ssndi r the shelf, perhaps two and a half foet from
the floor, from this depended a cable formed
of a number of strands, and from this httug the
aaake. The upper half of the snakes body
sKKmcd to be would around with the tlnythread,
btch was so tightly drawn about his Lead and
WuwMasto prevent the reptile opening its noutli.
waving thus secured him, the spider seemed
'Jut on drawing Lis prey up to his net, and
iL.ifti l1fd had so far succeeded as to hav
ment bv r:! 1n"wtd its dislike of the IreaU
utmost witft,". rt,C'
WrrnggleV were very'" '"J uo
crr.ediy was hed by tZ tr t 'Ud. i"100";
miid the spider was bv uVL jTy leDB'
, lueu of his species. ' Th. app" J"' u POC,T
Uuggle was Matched by iuoiLS S.
p-r.oji during the day, ailia U hy u 'too
f the singular eouiert. But that the c n.le wl.
ocidentaliy brokeu bv a person who entered ih
' room, the spider would have uudoub'dly druwa
the snake to his den. This singular case pre.
n-nts donhie room fur wonder hrt at ths
"mraUgy" of the spider In getting his coils
liout tliosn:i!e; and, second, at the wonderful
ireacth evinced in drawing up u ropllli at ls.st
aaae kcusUrsd tiutoi hil wll.
DlfiKY Or A LADY Of QUALITY.
Rtmllrfs of Wsiitr S-ot, nrsi.
Nldalwna, Rl-tdy, aw4 Kapolma.
An Kngllth publisher has onered to the public
"Diaries of a Idy of Quality from 177 to lull."
the "lady" In qantthm being Miss Frances
VUIinms Wynn, who was the daughter of Kir
Watkln Williams Wynn (tho fourth baronet) and
Charlotte, (daughter of flcorge Otvnvllle (First
Loid of the Treasury, 1 7'"3 to 171:,) ; and hud for
uncles the fust Marquis of Buckingham, Ird
(innvllle, and the Right Hon. Thomas (iienvillc.
Miss Wynn was an accomplished, kindly lady,
who, during her long life, fiom 17W to In..", had
ample opponuniiy lor rtoring up lively gossip of
notable ,crsoniges find events; uud wo lind chit
chat about memorable ghosts and ghost stories
winch excited or moused onr grandfathers ; of
Napoleon, Kean, Junius, Loins i'bilippc, Sir
Walter Scott, Cannibalism iu Sumatra, the Old
Woman of Kelaraero l'oicst, Hallo in", M uric,
(jui en Ante, Lady Morgan, Wellington, Marl
botougli, .M.urciid'y, the l'n .tender, (ieorc 111,
and Unci n Victoria.
Here is an Rlliisior.ti " Sir Walt r : "
"Ainu., 1S(I7. Mr. Scott, the author of the
Ijy,' told us some curious border histories. We
wire n.o b plcsed with the coiiclu-ion of tho
l.is orv of Wat Tynl n. Win n be was grown old
aiid blind, one ol thesgentsof the L.idy of llrank
sonie, in her ubsenec, called upon him tor the
ii nt of a smnll tower which be inhn'uted, part of
which is standing to tins day. Wat, incensed, re
plied he never hud paid rent, nor would he at that
a'O. At lust he delivered his how to the steward,
nnd said he would pay the man who ctrild draw
tli ii t bow j the bow was certainly tried, but we will
hope that i lie lady would never have o'dured
such a man to p. iy his rent. However, certain it
is that pome vain attempts were ma le to draw bis
bow, und that Wat never pud his rent. Mr.
ScotL spoke of one story which might
Iniike an excellent ballad, but he said fie
could not write it, ns to do it justice
much humor, a quality he never pos-essni,
whs required, fieoit ol Harden, one of bis ances
tors, as a tumoiis border thiof, and at oin tone,
when he had either sjsijli d the neighboring Ku
lish ol nil tin ir callio or bad H inhumed thuin ail
away, he began to fear tint from disuse he niiu'lit
become less expert at the honorable trade he pur
fuerl ; and, to keep his hand In, amused himself
with driving the cattle of one of Ids own coun
trymen and neighbors, Murray, of Klihnnk, an
uiu es'or of the present Lady lvihank. Murray
soon found means of revenging himself, and
biought fcott, his followers, his cattle, Aic, all
prisoners to Llihank Castle, ')n(thu walls
was sitting his wife, who, perceiving the train that
followed him, nsked what he meant to do with
Scott. 'Why, hang him, to be sure,' was the
aiswcr. The more prudent wifo exclaimed:
'What ! hang such a winsome maiiuie as Harden,
win n we have three sneb sorry damsels nt home ?'
Mtrruy was persuaded by bis wile, Bnd sending
lor one of his daughters, whose ugly face and
immense mouth hud acquired her the name of
Mug o'mouth Mutruy, proposed to .Scott to marry
ber, h aving him no other alternative but a haltov.
The unfortunate prisoner most ungallantly re
fused the Incly ; and the tradition says that itw.'.s
not till the rope was tied to the tree, and he began
to feci it tighten, that he repented. Ho was mar
ried, and sorrowfully bent his steps homewards,
ti.king with him his ugly wife."
Another little memorandum ahoutthe " Wiiard
of the North : "
"My uncle gave me a curious account of the
introduction of Mr. Scott to the I'lincessof Wales.
Mrs. ll ivnuin, iu sending the invitation to my
uncle (Lord (rcnville), added a personal request
that he would cuuio early to protect the p. a t (tor
as such only won he Known), who she believed
would l ot know nny one other guest. .Seott ar
rived lute, w s only presented to the 1'iinccss just
t ( tore sue went to dinner, at tuniu his place was
of course far removed from her, and little if any
conversation took place between thctn. Very
soon after the gtntlcmen enmo up from dinner,
the rrincess suid, 'Mr. tScott, I hear you have u
great collection of stories which you tell remark
ably well ; pray let us henr one.' Without uny
disclaiming speeches, without bcsibition, almost
without delay, Scott began. 'Mad.im, there was
once,' Jvc. The story was much applauded ; un
it tier was called for and followed with equal
In speaking of this celebrated woman, Miss
Wynn Is rather critle.nl :
''Mis. Sirtdons iu her prime Is certainly a
br'glit recollection, but I did not feel for hor act
ing quite the enthusiasm that mo t people pro
fen. It was too artificial for my taste: her atti
tudes were fine and graceful, but they always
seemed to me the result of study, not liko Mii
O Kcil, who always was graceful merely because
she could not help it, becauso it was impossible
to throw those beautifully formed limbs, and
especially that neck, into any position that was
not beauiitul. At the same time I must say.
in 'Isabel,' and in 'J.iiie .Shoio,' Miss O'N. fl
struck mo as very inleiior indued to Mrs. Mid-
don.-. She never excited th it deep thrill of
honor which made my blood tingle at my
liDgeis' end. 1 was nu imieho y, and that was
all. M ss O'ISeil had sense enough to refuso
the cbaructtr of 'Lady Macbeth,' conscious th.it
her powers were Inadequate to It. 1 never saw
Mrs. SiCdons with ii good Macbi th,' for Komhle
1 never reckoned tolerable; nor did I led I knew
what the character was until I heard Mrs. Sid
dons reud the plav. Certainly in Unit reading,
some, speei tius ot .M n'i.etli , and almost the
who'e ot the witches, wero the parts that struck
me most. Probably ' Ludy Macbeth," however
exceili nt, hud, by frequent repetition, lost some
of her power ; ccriuiul (1 fi ll) in that part Mrs.
tSiddons could uo longer surprise mo. Yes, she
did, thoHgh. I looked with impatience for the
grand sleep-walking scene, and thought I would
tuke advantage of inv position, which was very
rear her, to watch the fine, fixed, glassy glaro
which she contrived to give to her eyes. Alls!
fl at was quite gone. Whether the diminution of
the natural lire of the eye prevented this effect,
or whether the init-c'cs were grown less II .-xitilo
fn m age and want of constant practice, I know
not, but 1 feel quite certain of the fact. It struck
me when 1 saw ber oueu more, iu one of ber fre
quent reiiu.earunifs, uct " Lady M :beth" on
the opera stuge. Then my plca-uru iu seeing ber
was incicaacd by my delight in watching the
t licit she produced on the very el oqiieul though
plum countenance oi .siuoumc tie .Vacl, who sal
iu the s'uge-box, literally wrapped up iu the per
Of this ttctor Miss Wyt.n says:
' FtlMa-Ativ Id, Ills. 1 saw last night
Macii hi' in Imiiij I. ear, ana llt'lc cxpe led, hi
tic pHsir.t lUgiaocil siute ol the s:a:;c to
ne i ll) j" i tm lnniice that would rivu me such
lib inure. V'lr-t ot nil. It is Sl.aki siieare's 'Iar
nt a word Is adde I to the text : the uainfit ly line
cft'asiiophe is ocri d ; und the play, in the regular
theiitre phrase, well got nn, excepting in Uo to
mule parts, w Idcb wt ie iilnio-t a ill-dressed its
i iiey were i c eo. 1 cannot conceive a neiMir model
n.r a nn ii rr ot 'Lear' than Macr ady exhibited
in lace, limine, ote-s, mm appaieiu a.o. Tue littler
sci ins m tne the ii ailing puint ol his ruprescii'Jt-
ion ot ihe cl ui.cui. in wiiieli ha snbilitit'es
the inii.icility ot age tor insanity, wb'idi 1 hv.
liiluno ci iisi.leied a tlic li.il'.uu' leaturo of
l.un. 'I In more I ihiuk be no te 1 am mcliu d
lo tint V thai t'.is was the intention of tiie icj 't:
it ti e fsinf nine, 1 inns: own that it has, as t'.r as
nuiu'htic i Ih ct 's C 'liccnu d, lOme o' jc tious.
The cnifC, il;e iip;ial to the elements, wlncu
one hi s la c u used to ills'lll.c i" ii ran', nnpcuied
f in e and in fn ctlve, paitlv, I t elhrve, t ecause
to lailvin tic pla, I Imd not eutercd fully
into ti e eon. ip'ion ot ih,- m 'or; but I sidl
Ih, iik, iii.i n rct'o-pt t t, t'-at both, rspeel lily tlic
en no, in iv: In have lute, in.ni.j to nil witn stngn-
l.r i licit it 'repented ia a trcinuluiis md vuy
siiiiliin lnuiiinr. i nope lo juugu ol tills ere
long on u second view. I b it almost us if I
hud lievi r n ail, certainly never wen, that
finest of nil semes that on'tlw heath so much
was 1 delighted with the eilect produced by
the Fool (now reinstated for the first time for
many years). The artless iitloctiou. shrewdness.
archness displayed by Miss Hor ton, Ike sweet
ness of the man hes of song, seemed liko the
diopof cvmlort iiifuHcd into the bitter cup of
ine poor u:u king, luey niaue me uiei mat
the coDiiuei, tutors who assert that, when in the
lust sad sc:ne he savs. 'And uiv Door fool U
hin ged!' be cannot mean lo allude to the boy,
In d t cver seen it so acted. Much as I admire
the strict adherence to the text, I must my that
tie omission quite new to tue pleased ine very
in'Jcn. w tieii poor niina 'Minater, taneying llui
e!t on the edge of the cliff, says, 'Now, fellow,
iMi-a thee well,' instead of falling down, lit Is
interrupted by the anivai of 'Lear, and rou
are spared the absurdity of persuading a
man whom you have seen falling from his
own height, that no tumbled down a preci
pice, lu the battle there was oue novelty
which I think, from a greater distance than the
box In which we were, might have a great effect.
Ihe soone was distant view of a battle, or
rather of heaps of eUin; when tho challenge fa
given, a eiuimp clot it immediately formed by a
tialhado of Surs and battle-axes. The last
scene is almost too painful ; I felt it would have
been qn.tr, it' 'Cordelia' had not been such a do
tcttuble suub-ciosid creature, i suppose it would
be l.ir,b treason asainst fehukspemu to alter the
catastrophe, and to give it what migbt he called a
ninodraumtic Herman character, but I could not
ieip wishing the representation to conclude
when 'Liar- says:
, "hsllvMs lfHhsse,
"," "'"' umi 0oi radwui all sorrows
fluun.r i h iu.'
AWiHiON ON A VISIT.
Here is a sketch uf domei-Uo lifa In a palace.
The qnren reff rred to was the Queen of Wurtcra
berg, born rrincess Royal of F.ngland :
!'Thc Queen, who Is always trying to pufT off
the conjugal tenderness of her husband, told my
mother that he left It to her option whether she
would receivo Napoleon. Hhc said, 'I could not
he-itate j it was my duty.' 1 do not givo hcrany
credit lor a determination so perfectly natural;
few women would, I think, have hesitated under
the sumo circumstances, even if the opinion given
her was not nn order given in a more polite form.
I do give her much credit lor the honest candor
wl h which she now speaks of the fallen conquer
or, though pi rfectly aware th it it is very dis.imi'6
ablr to mo't of the members of her own family.
and especially to the king. The Queen of Ibtvuria
was not ns wiM.1, and upon some occa-dnn w hcni
Niipnleon wns Incensed ut some slii'ld from her.
he said she should remember what he was but
for him, oi filr il'tin mttrrfihlr itrfitr t'ir
ormr ( linden i, and Inmate the conduct of the
Queen of Wtirtembcrg, In hllr ilu pnt irnml ,'ui
(tt Inline. 1 neuin eu sanl tlnit the grc it pre
l nraliotis niinle in the nalin es at Stuttgard 1mis
liourg for the rcrcption of Napol. on, were not
w ith her npprol nt:on, and that she said to the
h ing, ' tffin ami, runs h ricz fuirr le puin re ait
hru il'itali rt o. in tirmr.i, ii i in.t Vf rouer irrs urortr
ttiM forte ttiirrt'thtiii a juner. It was ridicu
lous enough to hear her say how, when Napo
leon admired the Lyons embroidery, nnd said,
'1 cannot have such ot the Tuilcrics,' she told
him it was her work, adding, 'find forgive mo.
that was a lie.' W 'hen he made the same ob-er'.
vution on some other ins'nnco of inagntlicen o,
sno ioiu nun u was an none ny ine"'nc won
btiitipire,' uud in relating this, added the same
corrective. Khe said the manners of Napoleon
were extremely hrtuiiir, even when he was making
the civil. Mie had seen both Josephine and Marie
Louise w iih hitn, nnd seemed to have been less
phased with the manners of the former than
most pcrmns who saw her. Napoleon use I to
play at w I, lt in the evening, out not for money,
playing III and inattentively. One evening when
the Queen Dowager w as placing with him auuinst
ber htrbiiiid nnd his daughter (the Queen of
vt cstphalin, the w ile of Jerome) the King slopped
Napoleon, w ho was taking up a trick that be
longed to them, saying, 'Sire, on lie joue t, i en
cotiqiirraitt.' The Queen spoke much of her
liiihcr, of his recovery from his first illness:
mentioned the Kory one has oilen heard of
his wish to read Am? I.etir, which the doctors
refused him, nnd which he got in spito of thsui,
by nking lor Column's work, in which he knew
he should lind the play as altered by Colman for
the stage. Ibis I bad often heard, but the
ittlecting scqtiil was quite new to mc; and,
fatiguing us the visits to Louisburg arc, 1 wished
1 had been thcro to have heard it from the
Queen's own mouth. When the three cider
princesses went in to the King, he told thotn what
be bud been rending. He said, " It is very bettt
tilnl, very iillccting, and very awful;" adding,
"1 am like poor J ean but, thank Ood ! I have no
(c(n, no lioneril, but three t'ortleliim." The
Queen wept in relating this; and my mother
snys she felt as if bhu could have done the
I, a no it i. a ik.t Tim:s.
The remuneration paid for the various kinds
of lubor by our ancestors', was very different
from what is usual at tho present day. By nn
ancient law, lu force before the reign of Henry
I (1 llioi, "judges who serve tho king, it is lawful
for them lo take Id.of the plamiiil after hearing
ol the cause, uud no more, although there be two
judges or two plaintills in ono action; and the
'pleader fid., and a knight sworn a witness 41.,
and eteiy juror 4d., and the two swearers 4d."
lint in the reign of Henry III (121b), tho king's
justices enjoyed a salary of ID marks (tho mark
was 1,'ls. 4d.) per annum, which, In the twenty
third year of that king, was augmented to il'iil,
and soon niter to more. L'nder Henry IV
(i;S!i'J),the chief justices of the King's Ilenchaud
Common l'leas hud 1411, and one of the judges
ol the Common l'leas had o marks.
The ancient price of agricultural labor was as
follows: In tho twenty-fifth year of Edward
111 (l.V)2), the wages paid to haymakers were Id.
a dav ; a mower of meadows received lid a day,
or id. an acre ; reapers of corn iu the first week
in August, 2d. ; in tho socond week 4d. per duy,
und so on until the end of tbo month, without
incut, drink, or other allowance and liuding their
own tools. For threshing a quarter of wheat or
rve, UAd. a quarter; beans, pc v, barley, or oats,
HA. "lS.v the l.lth of Richard II (A. 1). l.'hSD), the
wages of a bailiil" of husbandry were a murk a
year, and clothing once during that timo at most.
A carter was paid lfls., a shepherd Ids., nn ox
herd (is. Sd., a cowherd tho samn, a swineherd
fis., and a driver of ploughs 7s. From this time
up to llic 2:',d of Henry IV (ll'J'J), the price of
lubwr was fixed by the justices by proclamation.
In Ihe year 1441 the wages of a'builitf of hus
bandry were 2is. 4d. per annum, and clothing
of the value of os., with meat und drink; a chief
hind, carter, or shepherd, 'Jt's., and clothing,
4s.; a common servant of husbandry, Lis., and
clothing, 3s. 4d.; a woman servant, 10s., and
clothing, Is. In the timo of harvest a mower
received 4d. a day without ine it or drink, fid. ;
a reaper or carter, i lid. a day without meat ami
drink, .Oil. ; a woman laborer and other laborers,
'2d. a duv ; without meat und drink, 4.Jd. a day.
by the Ulh Henry Vll (1 1'lO), th' ru was a like
rate of wages, only with a little advance. In the
December ol the first year ot liiiiioing h.tou Col
lege (A. I). 1411 ), twelve carpenters, tliii ty-threo
frei masons, and two stonemasons, besides twelve
labours, wire employed.
1 he treeniasons received 3s. n week rurh, with
out deducting for holidays; the stonemasons and
citri enters hud 2s. lid. a week, if it was a week
with one or more holidays in it lor a week
vihhout holidays their wages were ll. ; the labor
ers hud Id. a day each, but wero only Vid for
woiking days, which were, on an average, not
more than lite a week, us nothing was done on
tiny of the festivals or fast days in tbo calendar.
Throughout the peiiod of the works in Henry
Yl's time, the w ages seem to have been much the
same j skilled workmen, such as plumbers, saw
yers, tillers, etc., received Gd. a day, and common
1 lie I'tiriH Nfiison.
Hut I presume I onL'ht to spi nk a little of the
Imperial family. First, then, the Kmperor. The
Inn bago has been very bad ; und I suppose he
w ill try Vichy again. No wu'ers like tho Vichy
wa'crs iu their own especial way. You see the
Mn pcior driving l.im-elf ahont in his phatou
with the utniw-t sense of securi'y In the. most
miscellaneous puns of Purls. He w as limping ut
the priia'e review ot the French Kxhihition ; and
gj.ing earnest y at Wintcrliiilter's picture of tho
1'iince 1 in pi ri .1 with bis ritle, on tho steps of the
palace of Kt. Cloud ; and then g ling carefully
over the I'littlc-pictures with gritn recollections of
Sollerii.o ut.d Magenta. Doubtless he looked
very caiefully at the picture of Soll'eriuo itself,
which 1 i:., nl ion elsewhere.
llrsides Wmterhal'i r'- , there are two other
picturisof the 1'iincc Impel i d. Due is by De
buts (.i,j of the CaMloj'iio) of tlic I'liucij driving
1 1, rou,' It the guti s ol Hag iielle the villa of an
I'.nghsh not i It in tut whom ho often vis'ts. Tim
oilier i- by Arinand DiiiniuWipic, "Promenade lie
ts. A. Mm Mei;;ntui h 1'riine Imperial," ftilh two
oiitridcts aiul u group id' Np-iMs. The little
i'lii.ee's duty o! u know leiigiug all salutiri ins
r.pln :r- it source ol unluiiiu.: enjoyment lu him,
u il be di c.-. ii very gracefully. 1 lie left lie give
lo ihe el, 1 lien iu Ihe gardens of tin; Tuilcrics t"
oilit r Miiid i.v ought t i in .ke him very popular
wib 1,1k wrni.g Cetpi inpi.r.iries ; nio.intuiH of
enl.es, rlvi is of sweet thiol's, and tho Champs
1,1 M i's elt uted ol in. st of its eutoiuttiy uuitisc
liieft tor ilu ir s,eci I dcleelail .n.
The ordinary lir.t.sh touri-t, of d j.uesii.'uieil
biibiis and sirmg family Icelrig1, is not e nny
I na.glit to udmire the O'ddoor ari'augeir.cnt t oi
liie linja r itl lamily. You in-v r I,,- any ch : n
see th liii'.t'UToi nnd wile di :v.n ; out to '.her,
tit r vet tlic mother anu el i Kt. 1 ach ol th ' irl i
has a sep.iraie cnrVf. tSi mi 'inie-in the 11 -is de
llonlogi.c Ihe f.irii..').c t,f the l.inpi r r p.isscs tli.:
eiuringe i I the Fin pres.-, and there Is it a e.M'h unite
ol a very ( I'und iiu I u vcrv grai elul boa'. Wia
terl'ttltcr's portrait of the Ftupress gives us a very
jiietty face, but give i. an expres-lott of iiulidp-pinei-s,
w hich I trn-i is not balii ual. f'e iple aie
saying thut V.'interhtiltcr's best days arc pat t as
a portrait painter. London Society.
Si mmi u Bot hs. 1'hysiologlcnl research lias
fully established the fact thut tteid promotes the
acputulion of the bile from the blood, which is
then passed from the sysiem, thus preventing
fevers, the prevailing diseases of svmnier. All
fevers are ' bilious," that is, tho bile is in tin
blood. Whatever is antagonistic to fever u
"cooling." It Is a common sa ing thut fruits
are "cooling," and alto berries of every des.
cription; it is because the aeidily wldeli they
contaiu aids in separating the luXe from tlio
blood; thut is, aids in purifying tl.o blood.
Hence the great yearnings fur greens, and let
tuce, and salads in the early spring, tbovs Icing
eaten with vinegar; hence, ahio, the taste tor
something tour, lor lemonade, eci an attack of
ft vi r. Dut this licing the c isc, it Is easy to see
that we nullify tho good elicits of fruits: and
berries in proportion as we eU them with
sugar, or even sweet milk, or cream. If we eat
tin-in in their natural statu, fresh, ripe, perfect, it
is almost iiniMissiblu to cat too many, to utt
enough to hurt us, especially; if we eat them,
alone, not taking any liquid with thctn whatever.
Hem, also, buttermilk or evou common sour
milk is antagonistic. The Greets and Tucks are
passionately fond of sour milk. The shepherds
ute rcrinit, and the milk dealers alum, to ut&ke it
sour the sooner. Jiulternulk aeu like water
DiiluDS on the system.
f t-a Tti-adihin'a new ulorv of 'Uftfnrv Ttnn
bar" has reached, in .F.ngland, a fourth edition.
Among the characters is a police detective, not
unlike Juspc' tor Ducket, u Dickens' "likak
GLORIOUS NEWS FROM
Wheeler's Raid a Complete
nKFiti.R ki;tki;t into l.CMl.
Generals Keller and Haskell
RAILROAD GEINC RAPIDLY
Ufc.i JOto.. lUo., Kto Site,
Nasiivii i,r, September 5. Clcneral Ttonssciiu
tchgraphed from Spring Hill Into on Saturday
night that Whcehr's force was across Duck river,
and bad joined Itoddy, and both were retreating
towaids Florence, Ala.
(Ii in rid Konsscuu pronounics the raid a com
plete fill I n re.
General Kelltris reported to have, been mor
tally wounded und to have died at Franklin yes
terday. (icm ral Haskell is also reported to have been
killed in a tkirmish.
Considerable damage has been done to the rail
road, but a largo forco Is employed in repairing
it, nnd they will soon have it in running order
The ilamnge dono by tbo Itcbcls to tho Chatta
nooga ruilroud is being rapidly repaired. Ono
lnldgo only lias been destroyed Hint over
Slcwnrt'6 ( reek. It is lifty fiet long.
Colonel Spaulding was not captured, as re
ported. He is safo with bis command.
Captain Trice, of the 10th Tennessee, was kil'cd
HIGH I ,Y IMPORTANT
CEN. SHERMAN'S VICTORY
Three Thousand Killed and Wounded.
TWO THOUSAND PIUSONEHS.
Our Army in Full Possession
Nasiimm.k, September 5. News from Oencral
Sherman's army to-day reports tho enemy's loss
ut .'1(100 killed nnd wounded.
We captured 2000 prisoners. Among them is a
Brigadier-Cienciu. A largo amount ot' material
The army Is in full posesston of Atlanta. The
river is fuur feet, and rising.
UEMFH.VI. BOSIK'll tVN ) IttSH-
WII A HIIIIS.
Br. Toils, September 6. General llosecr.ins
being satisfied that the citizens of Boone county
have been co-operating with and encouraging
bauds of liii-liwhai kei8 nnd other outlaws,
and that Thomas Waterman, tho only
support of a widowed mother und two
sisters, was recently shot w hilo on a steamor
lying at a whurf nt that town, by a gang of theso
villains, has added an assessment of $10,000 on
the disloyal citiers of said town, for the benefit of
the mother and sisters of said waterman.
T0-DAS'S WASHINGTON NEWS.
Kpwlul llt'spatthes to Kvinlns TelOKrapli.
Wasiiisotok, September 8.
AYahiino ion, September 0. The mail steamer
John lUookt, from City Point, reports that on
Sunday night our batteries within rano of the
enemy, fired a salute in honor of the victory at
Atlanta. Tho fiiimo night, about ia o'clock,
hi uvy cannonading commenced in front of the
1Mb and 'J.h Corps, nnd continued for about two
The cause of this cannonading was not known
nt City Point yesterday morning nt ten o'clock,
but it was supposed to have beiti brought on by
the firing of our salute, which stirred up tho
The IWool.i brought up tho remnants of Bat
tery C, 1st New York Artillery, Captain llarnos
and Battery C of 1st Massachusetts, Captain Mar
tin, which batteries did such excellent execution
on tho Wcldon railroad iu the late fight.
Fifteen deserters from tho Rebel army canto
up on the llrooka. They are mostly Irishmen.
James McQueen, a Rebel Bpy, sei.ci at Point
of Rocks, bus been lodged in tho Old Capitol.
Thomas Fox, Company C, U'hh Pennsylvania
Regiment, has been drummed out of service for
misbehavior before the enemy.
; ueiHl roo It titUea Urueral Iliititer'N
Mnjor-Ocucrul Hunter has been relieved at his
own rc'iucBt from the columned of the Depart
ment of West Virginia, and llrevet Major Oono
rul (Jiotgc Cri ok assigned to tho command In
Jeir lliivia uikI Rlnxiinllluu.
An euvoy was lately sent to Maximilian by
Ji ll. Duvis, tiiop' n Ciplomatic rela'ions between
the Ht hil cliiif nnd tbo iiow-llodged Emperor.
Maximilian refused to receive or have anything
to do w ith him decl trlng thut he did not know
the C'unle. cr.icv, hut it was not a rccoguUcd
1 Itr tCt'hcl lkrosirHmitif.
The expulsion of Hood's uruiy from Atlanta
l iin.us up the importunt question us to what the
'It hrl p'oi ratiiii'c for that army will now bu.
The o-Mi'l'i y th n leir. Davis w ill recall thebulk
of this fi rce into Virginia is recognized. Added
to 1 e's foiec, it might afford the means for some
b.di'cr t".t i ri- tl :n he dares now essay. In
tlolniT 'bis, however, the Rebels would give up
tin wholi o! theurc; i i'ood-producing regions of the
We-t, w I i "!i would ho fatal. The dilemma Is a
puli iul one for i1k.ii. Gen. Sherman will inmc
t'iatcl' I'ni iiiy l.iiii, -If thoroughly at Atlanta, and
though in his oillcial report he sta'cs the need iu
which his army stands for rest, it Is not supposed
that this will prevent his extending raids from
Ids new base. Atlanta is a great ganglion of
railroads running la ull directions, auJ there is
tio doubt (Juncral Shormau w ill dr.itv from his
position ull the advantages it has.
EIJOIOIKG OYER RECSt"viOTOEIE,,
OAiclnl Order from Jeu. (nil vt nlatler.
UtAiiov Akiniis DisiKicT or Piiii.aiikli'uu,
riiiLAoixi'HLA, l'a., Soptcmler 6, 1804. Gene
ral Orders, No 9. A salute of (100) one hun
dred guns will be fired to-morrow the 7th klstaat,
t 12 o'clock, M., In comuieinoratiou of tho cap
luro of Atlunta, Ocorgiu, by tbc United St a tot)
loioes under command of M.ijor-Geueral
Shctruan. By coitmand of
Cyrix S. HaUlenian, Asst. Adjutaut-Qoucral.
Markets) bj Tilrrrairi.
Nkw Yiik, September 8. Flour dull; sales
ot N il- tills, st uucliaiiki ii inu'i'i, Wneat ilml : silftui
iututuiit. Cjin tlutit yj.noi tiuth, siaii st ilTuii.vt'tj ', .
t-rmt mil. l urk ruin; ilsHI libit, 1UIU St ttl ieeitl So
w.'iiskr iiuii m ti m.
lueM,i, fiuui, is.i.Ou bbu. Wheat, 0,fsjo buik, ; Coin,
hi.w Yokk, Hcptember 6. Stocks are Irre-
lii.si. Ctili ntin Slut It'.'k I. land. 10i ; t'uuitstrlituil
f'tfirrtd, t', II Itiols Ci-tnml H. rip, l.'il', ; M'cIHk tu
Poll tlutli, ft. t4 ; New Yrlt t'eliiritl, ItHi Keitifln, ;
Ili'Uoiii liner, l'il ; Mti-S'iiiri, ii.'; Kn, loi . ; I urn-year
in nejitr., m; ricsiiirv. lioti ; ive twt'iuy Ounpom,
Ilk, luyvulw,le;.s(. tivkl,
DETAILS OF AVERILL'S
llFAnurARTFn Avi:niLi.'a Cavai.iiv Divi
sion, "On tho Move," September 4. Yest- rday
our operations on Oencral Sheridan's right, and
in the direction of Winche-n r, were eminently
successful. About hull past ten A. M. l.iiU'i'J
Division of Rebel cavalry, then reinforced to live
brigades, attacki d our line one iiido north of
Datkesville, a smnll town situated on the Win
Chester rike, seven miles south of M irtinsiiurg.
Die attack of the enemy wns made w ith gal
lantry, but ns gallantly upulsi'd, iilthotich wi
had only engitgi d a portion of the command, an I
the ollcnsivc purty had three in aetion t otirone.
Having lor a short time iiniintitiiu d the detcu
sive. in orih r to allow the enemy time and oppor
tunity to (levelopc his strength, we took tho
offensive, nntwi'hspmding the disparity in tiiiin
I ers. and drove Ixmi ix's whole divi-i itt at a very
rapid I ate over the. Iiehls and through the wo ids,
jBft litlc-pits nnd rudely coiiitriicted breast
works, it distum e of nearly live miles. Arriving
lit this point Ihe enemy attempted to make a
jti.nd. opening n rapid lire from bis artilliry, and
using his whole cavalry force lo pretent us from
crossing Mill crick a smnll stream which
clos es the pike and empties into tho Opcipntn.
1 be engagement in this locality w is of short
duration, hut uiiiisnnlly spirited. Wo charged
the ci ciny with portions of Powell's and tsehoou
miikt r's llrlgHdes, and would have taken his ar
tillery, bud our men been able to get across the
cieik in the maimer they advanced. As it was
the enemy's artillery escaped ctpturo bv tlnj
men st accident, and, foitutiulc for llieiu, interp -sition
ol Mill creek.
In the action the 1st Virginia Cuialry made a
special charge ot gnat gallantry, under lacu
leniint f oioncl Charles K. Copharf, imd drove
Ihe t iu my, who was cliuiglng nt the time, like a
flock of sheep chased by wolves. In "lighting
out" feni es and ditches were no ohst teles to the
enemy's hasty exit.
In ihe giiieuil charge made by Powell's and
S In onini.I.er's brigades the Utter ollicer h id
bis bloino cut in several iihn cs hy small shot, and
his skin gru.cd by u ball from a sharpshooter's
Wc took a number of prisoners, representing
the Kih, lKlh, vnd Mil Virginia cavalry, who wore
turned over and sent to the rear by the Provost
Marshal, Captain Cruwtord. The same ollicer
hud last nittlit two young men from Baltimore,
ruptured w liile attempting to join the lieln'1 arm v.
l.ietiti nunt K ing, of a Tv mics-ec regiment, was
riipturtd, with b,s entire force, while returning
fiom picket. Another Rebel ollicer is also a
prisma r in our hands.
Our loss was thought to be heavy, hut it proved
unusually light for the character of Ihe engagc
mtnt and the olctiincy with which Fornax
While the oavnlry fight in front was going on,
Colonel (Ireenlleld was conoucting important
opt rations on the enemy's left rear, which opera
tions were snccessliil. At tho same time, Major
Otiinn.of Ihe 1st New York t Lincoln ) Caralrr.
was on our left, and repulsed auatlmipt of the
enemy to turn our left flank.
notks hy tub WAYsmn.
General Fllihugh I,co calls General Sheridan's
nrmy "Harper's Weekly," because, as he says,
it reaches Harper's Ferry once a week.
ncn uenerai luinm-s urove us out ol Martins-
burg on the Otli, lie left his i ompliments on re
tiring lor (Jener.il Avcrill, saying he was very
sorry lor troubling him, hut tli it he nunc down
to get information of tho nomination of tho
Chicago Convention. The next day General
Averiti nitacheu nun, perhaps to see how he
Last night fbeifl was heavy firing on our Iefc
in the vicinity of Beny villc. The presumption is
tluit a portion of General Sheiidau's infantry
torce was engageil.
mere is u report out that the eneinv is boldinir
his army in this; quartir toalfeet our Presidential
election, and that his last move was made for a
tuirpote connected with the nominating conven
tion at Chicago.
We are n;:ain on the move this nruii ni. hav.
ing nlrcady driven in the enemy's pickets.
Yesicrday, when we were fighting Lomax's
Division, Rhodes' Corp uinved down to attack
us wiih eighteen pieces of artillery, but fell back
during the uiglit.
1 he enemy lilt on tho held uuito a number of
killed and many dead horses. H iving passed
over the road the" Rebels rotrea'.ed, wc found that
the Rebel loss was very largo compared to our
NEWN FltOTf tlCllfO! SMITHS.
Washington, September C The Richmond
Sentinel ot Saturday savs:
"A heavy buttle is reported to hiivoheon begun
at Allitntu on the evening ol" Wcduosd cy, and
rcsumtd on Thuisday morning. General 11 trdee,
with S. 1). Tie, und Ole' urnc, is said to have
begun the light and g lined some advantage at
first, but siiusciiticiiily lost it. Generals Pattoti,
Aiiccron, una uuminmgs are repjr'.eil to have
" Olhcial advices from General Forrest to the
1st insiunt l ave been rcc ived. He reports the
enemy to have cvacuit'od the Memphis and
Charleston Railroad up to Memphis, and that the
Yankee troops iue moving up the Mississippi, cu
route to Virginia and Missouri.
"Governor Vance, of N'oiih Carolina, has
ismcd a proclamation t Ifering a fieo p.trdjii to
the many deserters who arc lurking In the wiuds
nnd mountains, and threatening the extreme
pemt'ties of the law to tho. e caught, us well us
against their aiders and abettors. They are to be
humid down like guilty felons."
Ihe Hentinelot Saturday, commenting on tho
Chicago nominations, says : .
"Of the candidates, MeCh llan, who was for
merly a decided war until, is represented to have
greatly inotlilied, if not iudeed aimndoned, his
belligerent sentiments. Tho support i;ivcn biro
by so ninny decided peace men lends strong con
liimution to the rcjoit; and nothing would be
easier than for Mct'iellan to reconcile, a declara
tion for peace in tho present state of the question,
due, as we may suppose, to l.ineulu's misroan
ugeiut lit of the WHr
"Of Mr. Piiidlt ton's position thcra is no un
certainty. He is uti ardent pi'ttce mun, und lltu
fact that such a man was nominated is a strong
pn.ot thut MeClellan's pi u.it ion cannot I J widely
v orient. The contest which now commences will
be brief, but it will he violent. Two mouths will
close it, and will decide w hich sit, ill rule Lin
coln or McClellan.
"i'crhiips there are nn two public men in tlic
United States separated by a greater aaiinodtv
than ixi.-ts between Lincoln and McClellan ami
their respective partisans. There is nroWblv no
one by whom Lincoln would not prefer to bo
beaten. '1 his w ill add to the rivulry.
Pai.tn or Rhai. F.statk, F it. Tho following
sales of Rial Fslutc, &c, were Hindu to-day, at
the Philiulvl hia F.xclntnge, by Thomas & Sons,
fiWl'ltv fire Por Cent Li. in, uui' 1S7I. '! p- ont.
to SMiref Nix l'i-l l'n, I. Loan I'niul llsctlat I .'nun ti, re
dd inhtile 'i7Ui Aiuil l.. (!. (.;t'a
sou si sriis liiL.Uiii,u i iiiimI i',ial uj on e'o , par
In. !.'... '
1 bIihic Weresiillli' Mttrio y ruiiipniiv f ,
lMi shares I'llv llic It. I'liihi.t, ip ,l J'iS'i.
IISi .I nns t IcHiT iillsv it.,lir. il l ',.no ajr. tl'10.
il.ll lliarit l.ltlli- seliui.lnll liailruaa ll.iuij ,ny. Jus.'.
f"klurut Hiiie-h" llioo. . ,,l 'to,vll c. ill.
'Oi' slian-1 Knit MiilniiK.y Itailroa 1 r.mip ,nv. f It1;
$MSf liny ol i'lil.lairc I'.mnla. oui.,1 1st .lammry, IHitl,
put aide III isiji ais l l.oiu o Auiur.i a, Sin i oiatti per
tiei.l. cui faais he j.r cut.
jl tan . I tiilc.,l ia Mie-.o.sli p In vk Co. Mo bid.
I sliaie Aeuili in .,1 i;.e Arts. Sis .,.
WO sluif i Mli,l,.;.,: i,,et Krif Hmln alt. t a',.
'Oiluoiail itiot, I'.ioi , 1'i.ilnil. I, 'ai, f; ',,
4t il.uri s i o una,;., it a Ii.jidimpo Is Itailmad l-'oneanv.
eoliiiiinii so,, Ii. Si: V
SlT'Vtl hi ri, sami' eointain. fit.
4u aliuns Mfiili. ui Hie and taili.ua Uuilrimd Co. Hi.
i,'i,hm t ity ol I lenieii 1., uii lii.
lircae, nia. llouiiiU-n nt, S 0 a icar, f I sun.
lliree-l..r brick start- Sad dn-cUmg, '. K. comer Bsitii
and I inn streets, t ss ll.
Hiu-storv Iron hunt HUira, Xo. 3114 V. Uelawars ava-
lilii-. No bid.
Ni it liiiHt, rn dwelling. No. HJ H. Finn Btrt, betwain
Wllleii and Nolili-stioi-tK. f 7iim bid. I
alu..b;e ii":wrtv,'iiciii,l.iuy a lane, at oillluir Isnl
known ns Urn Hulls Iliad I'oipi-nv, tinea nint-a ifuui
Alsiki t atleel biiilKti riieiity.linirill Wilot. No bid.
l.iirMii and isluiible cainui fuct.ire, rolltriir mill, distll
Iriy, aid WatniK trui'iiiFnin, win, 0er 1J acrei of luud
iiirliewn, Pa. siis.hw bid.
liaudkuuie cioiniry nut. Lower Murlon, Molltitooterv
coiiiny. tin, nuli-m'r.an in-iamii . aivuuMil.
ulimblr bieiveri . tanln., Ae . tire a -rns. near lbs Itlds
turi.pll o, at the Ki.Ua ol HrliitylkPI. HD 'sil.
o at modern dwcuiiig, No. UiS Ma tk til aireet. tiivO
Three story brick da ailing, No, lS'a Addlion strset,
Ino-itiay brli k alore anil dwelUuir, V, Y. corntr of
1 irivenlli und filbert atrnets, wulidiawit.
Nob!dblt' V''r ''""' U(,u,c r"i'i Lu"K '"
Mudernl-stiirybrli'k dwalUng, No. U'i7 Citroa slraot,
t una 400 acres, Elk county, Kidsway tsirualiip, Pcnu
alianiu, ho bid.
Tere.t-.vJ, iek slots and dwelling, No. alt 8. Hixtlt
Street, f -.StlM'Td.
-aTtbUvae!!l' IUl,'U'0aJ l"t cV.Kuutlatou couuty,
Q Ii A II K H () N CO.,
Mo. 121 B. THIRD 6TRKET,
OorarwMtit fiaeurltiai of all laaaas Puich.ad and lit
alt. Stouks, Ilondi, and Uold Bought and Mold oa Oorav
liTEUEUT iLLOWtu ON PEP08IT8.
CvUsiUons rrvmytly ItaUt. f-tf
NITED STATK8 INTERNAL KBVENUK.
rtrat fr.heetlfB Mitrict ef Pennvrvania, e- .mcrtslnff lbs
Feroad, Tlikrd, Knotlh, riflti, Hlath, and K.lcrenlh Vt arda
el tbc City af rbuadarphts,
Tt AntiTial Assea.ment ror lsr-t, fcr trie above-nsm-d
Dlitrfet, of prrnona babls tnatar nn f'arrlniTs rifimire
Yarhfa, llllllurd Tables, and (lold and Mllvr Plat-, and
also of pi rums reiilr d to lake out 1.1,-eiisi'i, having been
et nipli-tf d,
XiTll'K 11 IICRRtlV tilVflV,
Tl at the Ta res hfeti'aid M 111 ba receired allybytbe
utu'i rt S'ad, be.wrrn Die hoiira of tl A. M. and ,1 P. M.,
(siualM.is excel ted.) at In UfTii-c, So. Stil IMIESM'T
ft rest, apcenil (1, a. r. on and utter I'll I' ItShAY, Heplembnr
I, and iml'l and Im hiding HAT I IttiAV, Sapu mbir III,
All pf rnr wtio falljtopay tl elr Annual Tares npr.nrar
rlaies.iih a-ur- va'-to , hliJlArd tail.u-a. t:oM and sltvarplate,
on rr berate tbe 'It'i day of Sriti-!iiber, fsM, will Inear a
per altv of n n per e, ntum sitdi'lanal ot the anion Ht ttiere'if,
and be llntih o ei,. n, a pr.o lile I f..r In the ltllli H,c:l,rt
of ti e Felse l.siva i.'.li.ly 1, lsii.'.
All perioim wtio In llde liiiomrr IliAll fall lo take out
Itaitr Hi 1 111-, as ri'iiiilali d liy law, on or bcfuia tho Wtli
duy of Si t'trinbrr, Wll, will Incur a pcna'l.v of ten per
centum niMltional nt' the amount thereof, and be eiitueet
to l t rrer ii I Ion for three tint' a tre Alaonnt ol'satd tax. In
a eonlanre lib the i r'Vif Ions oi thf utitli aectloa of tt,o
law an re.aid.
All payments are reqnlred tn lirtnsefn Trrasnry Votes,
under aiitlu rlty of ibe t'nlted States, or la noten of Hanks
c-rs-anltrd ntuter the act Ui provides National Currency,
known an Ni,ttonnl Itunlia.
KO fl ltrilLK NinK'l'. WILL IIK. (alVRV.
JKSI K.lt IIAIIDIH ',,
'1-211 No. m rilKRNI T ISlieel.
JP 11 Jbi 1 It.. HTKUII tc CO..
No. 80 B. THIRD 8TREET,
BDT AITD SXLI,
OCLD, Hn.Vr.R, AMI GOV E K N M F1NT BBCURfTtF.
H T O U K H
POI.-OnT AMP POI.n ON COMMtBMtoW. Imtilt
BOUiiHT AND SOLD
ON COM MISSION,
DC nivrjj & EEOTUES,
Ko. -JO S. TfUKD 8TRRBT.
QOliD, U JL. I), O JL. O,
KILTER AND BANK NOTTh
DL HAVEII 4 BEOTnEB,
Ho. !40 8. THIRD STKKrT.
UVKI'N OF ItEAUTV. WH1TK V1RQ1N
Wax or Antl'tes la ue most perfert preparation ot
ti e age, lor bimilitylnK. whUcnnik'. and preaerving tna
cnit'leslon. tt ts rnsde tlvni pine 'White W ax, hence lu
rtraordtnary fiuallili s tor preaervtng ttie akin, making ft
soft, am.iotli, t itr, and tranaenrent. It enrea ehapnod
hanita or l!, reniovea pimplea, Ac. Piice ik and W conut
laauulaeliired nty t,v HINT A. t'O., I'ertiimera,
No. si W. LKillTH Sit., 2 doora atwive t'hamiin, and
anl(t-lni tin. Ul 8. HtVKNTH Street
W K A LT II, H HALT II, AND
Ifto gain admiring evsi
If to cause lnvldwiiia stt-hs;
If to be a blooiiiint.' flower,
Kadlug, dy lug In an ttoiu- Bbaltt I
If ti have a host offriAndst
It'for vice to ma '.e ami-iids ;
If Willi hfkh born blood tn wed;
li'a marble atone when dt'adWKAi.Tat
If to live threescore and ten,
Wishing ll-e as long again;
It to live a lite of peace;
It to die and go to irrrt.ia Hkaltii I
If von wish a life of a-lessnras 1
If yon value ibis world a ireaenret;
ft every comknt you would sea.
Take my advice, Dd wish alt three.
Then, having Health, Wealth, and Beauty,
Xou li lie prepared for avery duty.
Hy a careful n.rn.al ot Dr. WILLIAM VIHFNU'Sl Mw
Hook, Ills: klAllltl AUK litMHK, whleh should be read
t y avery one. Hold by llooksellera aenerally. and at Die
lioclors ollice, J.o. tin rll'LUCK HThltCr; price tat
eenta. au.'i U
O HaMAIIITANis I'ltK.
(AMAUITAN H f't'l.K.
tsAMAKlTAN H t l KB.
S. A M A III I' A N Ii I I lik.
BAM Aid rN H ( THE.
SAMAKITAN S t'.L'KK.
KAMAU1TAN H ( (UK.
NAMAKII'AN 8 t HHK.
HAMAUITANH CI UK.
pAMAIII 1 AN'H t-l nr..
s' A M AH. 11 A N M C't'RB.
AM Altl r AN H IT UK.
HAMAItl'I'AN 8 I'I'ltK.
1'Y.e only sure and Bine remedy for llonorrha-n, Oleal,
Ntilrtuie, Ac. Luroa lu nil ensii in trum tmi lu a,
ITIatt'i Male or Ftniale-seiit by mall.
IiVOI r CO., Sole Agents.
a MARfTAN H tTRR.
H .11 A It I VAN IS ( I'ltK.
NAMAIII1 AN H I I'ltK.
HAMAItlls Ml ft Itl:.
B A M A It I TAR .S OI'KK.
KAMAItl'I'AN M t'l'lti:.
HA.MAItl I'AS'S ITIttc.
HAM Alii IAN S t'UllK.
.iAWAUITaN M I'I'ltK,
SAMAItl IAN'8 ftltB.
NAM i 111 r AM H t'ULK.
HAMAUI TAN H t'l'UK.
H A at AI'IT A N"a I'I'ltK.
XA MAW r NS CfU.
K A M A It I I AN s I'I'ltK.
Titr! flltlAT Sl'la'ltli! I 111 NKi'ltKf f)fSEA-IKS,
beiiilnal vtiuil.uess, iloiioirhu a. tinci, A:c.
Kaeti box eoniuiiis -Jc I'nt,, and will elite- lu from two to
Six itat s. I'rli r f.'J
It Is nli-n c. rtain to rettore tnu-s and power to tb.-se wtio
are deb.lttuti d Ly iseesa or iir-y aiht-r eauie, aud will
re-ton-ull to lull n..L r i l i cntli. m Ia n rlie Cilii ure nsa.1
wl'tioul the mjeetion. In tai ae eiise, uuu I'Ul Itiree liuiea
tbiul by mail.)
('. l lltt'F. ROSK, rronrlctor,
f. 1'ltH'K I'.USK, I'roiineior,
t . I'liM'K Hi IMF, fo.orieior,
I'. l-lllt'K Itusi;, l'ro,ru-,or,
t:. I'i.K'K llossK, l'roirleior,
llax vc.Vi I'.-nt llllico.
lion -'It's; I'lINt tllTieo.
It a 'ssi I'oat iiilice.
Hosts ti I'o-t lUllee.
ltos 51 ssi I'oat Olliee.
I'liOIT A IM.,
Ii . Ol T a: I'll ,
IIVIUT At t'O.,
Ko. -I"! S. Kst IN U Sn-eet.
No. If.lJ N. SK.'ONIl Str, et.
No. van N. KK KlNli utroet.
Nu. i. J N. hai'ONH Nireot.
bu. irt n. bl.C'J.M) Ktract.
Re sure and ask for
SAMARITAN H I I'll K.
hl.UAM IAN is t l hs;.
KAMAItlTAN S CI 'lie.
hASIAUI I aN SI i t IIK.
IIAM.tilil I AN H t I'ltK.
MAMAItll AN H I Tit SI.
HaMAUHaN H CI'IIK.
r. A M Alll TAN H t'l'UK.
HAM AMI I AN 8 t'l'UK.
ft A M A ItlTA N'N CllkK.
NAMAfll TAN I'D Ot Us;.
MaMAIUI AN H t'UKK.
HtMAitl I AN H CI KK.
MAMAIUI AN H CI IIBt.
hAMAKlTAN H t I, KF..
fi A M A b I I AS IK UK.
MAMAKI I AN'M CI KK.
SASIAKI1 AN CI UK.
MAMARIT AN K CI UK.
HAMAItl'l AN H I't'l.l'.
r tri p tr nn mtn. n uri tiK iiinoiin.
NVKI I' liK llll'OltK. HVRl'P lK Itlittlllll.
M I t l liK I.II'lOlll. Hi Kill' OK KtiHIItll
ftlil I" l. hll.'oKll. H Itl P UK Iticiiltli.
M lil l' LI, llll tlllll. HVIII T liK Itlt'DltD
bll.tr iih 111' ottl). 81UIT' liutltlCOIth.
hVKl'P 1E RICiiltO.
M ni l' i tc Rii iinii.
hi 111 1' i'K Itll'uldi.
III I' UK Kl' Ultll.
Mi Itl P I'K KICOIIII.
Ki Hi t UK llll'URD.
Hfitl I lit UlGoltll.
BVHI'P I'B ltfl I'lllJ. HVKl'P DKRIOOKI).
Hi III P I'K llll'tlltil. Mi Kt'P UK RICDItl).
ask HI P Ht- KIO. 'lilt. HYKI'P UK Itlt'llKI).
hi Itl V I'K RIl'OHIl. HYI1CP DK Kll'lllll).
Hi HOP 1)1'. Ull lilttl. NYKUP UK Rlt'nltll.
hYltl 1' I'K Kit ORIl. M RI V liEKIOUkU.
A eeruna ctira for all liraii of Venereal llliea.ua n.ed
In ilia fcuiopeaa Hoaptiaia, aud iba aiunea laroughoul
Llirope and Ariu-rlt-a.
T Ina priparaiii.ii baa no canal aa an aradleator f tiila
foriiiordiBt..aM'.aiidstruiisUioiia Uie const it utlon generally.
It Kill cure alt Korea, H,sia, I luiplea, Teltura, oi any
cri.piloua, no oiauar liout wual cau.e ot Itun lona stand
C. THUH HOMB, Proprietor.
C. PKIi K ItUHK, Proprlelor.
O. I'KICK ItlisK. Piopneiur.
('. I'KIl K loisg.. ITooriel ir.
C. 1'hltK HONK, Proprietor.
Ill OTT Cl.
iivoi r a co.
UYiirr co. .
Hi UTT At CO.
fiiOTT 4 CO.
HVOTT A Oi).
'o. J -J If. bKt'OSIIl Mlreet.
a iJiMutb koOl
1)1111. ADKT.nilA, flKRMANTOWN, AN
fn and after MOMiAY", May 11, Wt, taait trthsr
If are rhtlndelpl.ta 8, 7, s.u 10,11,11 A.M.; 1,1, 1 It
S',, s. r-,:, fi. 7, S, a, lo. II, 17 P. M.
Leave l,i manlown. A, 7, 7 IVi.s.s JO, , tn, II, 11 A.M.
1.7. a, 4 IV, A, ,.',. 7, s.'l. III. 1 1, and U P. M.
Thes Jncion. and ihe , and .IV uaUia ap, oo asH st
on the tterment nn II ram h,
ill K.s N ( I II 11. 1. RAILROAD.
t.-ava Phtlad.lpl,la,, S, lo, U A.M.; I, V.V.T.t
an.l II P. M.
Leave r-heannt mil. 7-in, S, 9 40, U'rOA.M.ll' ,J'f.
6 o, l s to, and lo so p. M .
K)M t ONRIIullliI NKM AND NliRllt'TOWN.
Uare Philadelphia S.sas, 11 is, A. M. ; l.S.l, it, H
(S.N "A. and III, p. M.
.,,""v' Ii,"rri"u".' V. and 11 A. M. Df, H
Ihef.s tram in, will stop at Wnaldcoo, Maaarink
and t'4,ii.hoe kan oi ly.
Leave rMlaifel,,hla.,8U,tl'liAA M., W, S,4l,l.
OS.S I'f.aod list I'. M. ' "
nL'J'1M"ni"i'k,t.,,7S;.(5n, A.M., t,l, T,
It. K. NMITfT. Ceneral Onnr-n-l.nA.
I'ecol, MNUI andtlllKKB HtreaU.
AUlllTH n.NNSYLVAMA RAIUIOAD.-
1 Kor PrTlll.r.lIKM. l'"Yl.F4ToWN. RASTOX
hai t ii cut nk, iia.i.kiun, wii.aiuii Aims, ail
Bl HVPH ARRsVllF.yrwT.
AIMH I ION At. TKSINM.
On and arler vtiNHAY , June lit. ixats t'sM.niar Trains f
villi leave the N' n l'-ot, 1 II I Itl i Htreel, ator Thamp- l
Son meet, 1'blledciphln, daily (Huiulaya oacopled), as I
follow a M
7 AM. (Rrprem) for Pethi-tiem, Allenu"n, Manh
('bans, wiikesnarra, vi uilam..rt.
V l.'i A. M. (Aeion.inoilattoi,) t,,r llnylestnwa.
It' If. A. U. (Areou inodatlon I for Fort W aalilngtoa.
8P.M. ( Aee,.n nnaliilion I for Movh Hon n.
II I'. P. M . IFsp-eii i f, r Ketl iahem, fjtihin, Ac.
4-lfi P. M . Iklall) lor lho le.tiovn.
fi lo P. M. ( Aceoramodatlon; for HerhJcham, Aileatowa,
and Maueh t hunk,
fi IS P M. ( A"-, rrrnodatlon) for Lac "date.
11 IV M. (Aitott" Intioni for f on Wea'iinvtoa,
1MA1KS H'lt PHII.AIIK1.PHIA.
,..'n.r,, ii'iipiii Hino-n M ,,''A.M ,in,.llir. Oa, ,1
fi, ileatown at I, '0 A. il., J 4ft P. M .ulid 1 P. M.
fort WasbliiKlon al II V A. M and i P. M.
CM HCNItAi St.
rt.Cau. h.l.la for Rethlelicaa ut ! A. M.
Pl.i.ad' l hla for fiovlestow n at II f M. f
llovl...lnM l, for I'h1l..l,-I,.),.. ml 7-JO A U
111 i hi, lo m foi Phi adelphla at 4 P M .
Illllnian's lta,.gat.e s sfreaa w 111 rail for and deltvar hA
g i in tne di-Hri. UUen may be left at No. lit S. l UlkVO
-l;i r.lXIS CLARK, Ajemt
A'liW RAILROAD LINK NORTH.
1 I'llll AI'KI.I'IIIA TO mtODKI YN,
Ttlltol lill IM HVK HOCUS.
f CITfllnv Tict tT a j . , oil, en. rntir ni..
tin anil after Monday, Ann It I, )ho4. tralna will leave?
otof VINK Htnet, Philadelphia, every morning at A. J
ai. itxtinueyx est epteui. ti.ei n bv the Camden and At
lanlle a,,d Hurltai, Mini llel.u.ie il.w li-,ir.,.,l-in o ...
Menniontti, ami by tin- comui'Mti.nii an anier Jesn Hoyt, W
,, u, , Aii.iMir iim, enniin n ; reoirninc, leave ll-
linihc HUeelWIiarl aver) day (Hundaya axceptaU), at Ii
Traietera tn the etty of New Turk ara notified not to
apply bar paisafie by thla line, ttiesltale of New 4v-y
having tirai, ted to ttie Cnmrten and Amhoy monopoly tha
exclusive privilege ot earr.l Ing pn-sensers and frelvtit be
Iwtia tbc rltiii ol Pteliidelolda and New York. lyW-U
W. r. t.UIl-HITH, tii neral Hiiperlnteadent.
"WEST CHESTER AND PHILADELPHIA
KAlI.ItliAli. VIA MU'IA.
H' ftlNO AltllA sniKMKNT.
On and after UllliAY, April 1, imm, the Tralna wlflleava
a- loilov. n :
l est e I'hlladeli.rila from the Depot, corner of THIRrY
FlltVI and M AUK KT Htreeta.SA.M , U'0,5 A.H..TM
P. M.. Cm p M. b'4'' P M
lliMadclthla liepot ciian.cd from F.ltlMTKKNTH ant?
MAbKKT sneiu ia iilllil Y l lllhl and AlAUitsiZ
f.eavr West Cliester, from the Depof on Fast M A UK IT
Ptriet,t,"Jll A. M 7 -IS A. M., 11 A. M P. M.,4 4V l. M.
Ihe rant of II, e YYet l'hilu.!t,ihlu Paisenver KaJlwaF
1 Inii.m l l.rt.,.f at, ,-l 1 l, ,11 ,.v..v l'--.u.UM ,.. .....
from tbe Plilladeli.tna ll. pot. ,H
Li ove I'lilladelphia at H no A . M. and 2-aV P. M.
I.t ata YYeit Cheater ul s A AI. and 4 Jn P. M.
1 1 Blue learlnii Pbllade plila at H A M. and 4-.n0 P.M.,
ai d West t heater at 7'4.i A. M. and 4 4A P. M., oonneot
wtlh truini on ttie Ph'iadclphta and Haltlmora CenUoi
Jtal ronil lor (Jxtord and Intermediate poluta.
ja4 il IIKMU wouii, i lei, era! .superintendent.
-1'EST JERSEY RAILROAD LINKS.
? Comnitneiiit 1 ilUKHDAk, Bepletuber I, lMol, front
'Vtaluut Strtat Wliarl.
for capk may.
At III A 11. and J P.M.
Fer Hn'cm ana 111 iiln ton. at II A. M and 4 P. M.
For lilas.horo. at !i and 10 A. M., and il and 4 P. M.
tor W oodhury, 4o a' 'J and 11 M 11, 4, and S P. M.
For (llouceater. Ac. at a A. VI . 1'.' M.S. 4. and VP. M.
I.KI I RNIMI 1 h'AINM LKAVB
Cape Mav ai Ii and II t A. M.
Mill' llli. al s 07 A. M .and l-oo P. M.
Hslim at 6 A M.,and 1 IS P. M.
llilttcetcn atfi I'. A M., 1 .M'l'.M.
t.lasaboro ai 7 Inandici; A M .if and 3 nn, P. M.
Uooeburj ut7,7tu und tl 47 A. M., olid a 50, and 3 JO.
TUB WF.RT JFI1SKY KXPItF.SS COMPANY,
Onire.No. (VAI Nl T Ktre.-t, will call for un1 deliver
Ttutgigi', mid ait. nil to all Uie usual branches of Cxpreas
blllibesa. A apii'iol ir-esaenger aeeoniian.a eaeh train.
J. VAN lllCNSSKI.AKIt,
HO tf Hupartntendant.
fJKF.AT TltrSK MSB
FUOM PIIILADKIs MIA TO THA INTKfirnil OF
i'KNNh lAAMA,' III', H H U VJ.KlLi HL B
(jIKHANaNA.C! MllKlil.AM), AM
W 1 UailJW W Al.l.Ll,
MOUTH, hOIiTHWEHT. AND TUK CANA.DAS.
Ipivk tip pMiiianvi ! H, tt Till I.TKKVTH nt I
AI.I owini.l. Mi t-it. fliiltttlt'Ii'ltiu, at tliu I'oitowlm I
At 8 lis A.. II., for K.-mlnisi. I.t-OHifin, Kohr.il, TJMa.
CohiinMa. )lrrlt tMirir. r..ittville. pinptimvc, 'i Amt'iiia,!
Hutiiiiiry, Wnljaiiijr'.rt, Kunirn, Uoutipnttir. Niuam Kalli.l
lUiiiiiio, a uc. town, rit AitHrie, rituiua, ioie, cttriuit) i
Liiuihtit rltur.'. lIL-t rtviuun. Ac. 1
'1 hr irtiln roiiin. ii nt hKADlNa with Fnf P-nntylrni-l
nia Rat.ro(l Irani tor Ahniiiwn, Ac, the Ketuliiitf and I
Ohi ml!.. ItHilroad lor l.'hrta, I. it ., and t'nluuit.la. andl
itli th .f tiMiion VH. y ti im for If irrf-b .rtr, Ac ; ai PUf I
Cl.iNTON wltli 'iiiaw l-- imitroHH tralim lor WHkpg-.arr
iliimM' rt, lo.fc llavtn, Elmira. A. ; at HAKKiM-
JU'lUiwali -Northcm OntiAl," 'M'uoiherland VaHey,"
ain "rciutjiiiiiu anu rusniifhanna traini ftr M rtiam-l
Iwiland.Wiiliamt-prt aiK.tMiatnlH'rnliiirK, Plnj(frova,lM I
aftKTFH NliON KXI'ltKsH
1 f nvf n IMiMa.I, liiliia at uQ l At. IT Ueadlnt.-, Potta-I
tU1 . IMnftrifve, llitrrliihtirK, w , RoDiif-titinK at Harris,-
hum th riinyianta (.' ntral tralna i',r Piutunf( 4t3.,
MortnrD t t-nirai KaiinmU irnnit iir .sun bury. Nortiuim-
bPiwiKl, Kluura. .It., and a' Pirt ( llnt..n with CAtawlawJ
Italiioud Uaiiifclw Uiliun. VV.Uis.iuiort, Eluiira. liuiIaiioT
HEAIilS'O ACi'i'MMODA I ION.
LnTrh Benin k aimn A. M., fioi.pintt at all way it I
1 Ul . arr h t in II Ihtdt ll-htii ut ! H A.M. 1
KciuruinK, i. riiiUiii,ii'a aiu-uo P. M.( arrives tni
nriu. injj Birmir in. i
Tntliih fur Plillnnipltta If nvc flarrlMbura at 8 A. M., an1
i'nihvjii at Hi a. ai .aniMnu in I'niimii'iiiuia at I
P. M. Arininon Irsiint leave Ilitrrlxhiisrif at 9 P. U
l'oitvji:,. at V'.H' P. M.. an Kit i if tti I't.l.adelnlila at 7 P.
VurVet tiaiiifr. with n Mi-nTBtT rar tttaj h.l.lay"
Phils..:, hi) In at I P. Al . for Hrartlni. and all May -tatlona J
It vi it. bsiiiii. ut i'.', m-oii, mid Ihin nlugtowuat ii JuP m
M (nr IMLtilniMa an.l hII way itatlni. W
Ail tlic ai.iv trjh.si run tiaiiv. sundavi eioeoua.
Hun. 3 traitit luivt P,.niil at 10 A. M., and PoilA-
drM tinaiH i V M
ClIJ-.MK.k VaLI.KV RAlLkOAn.
Pairticrii for ltriw,iini:i"n and UitwripeHata 101111
tuhi- Hi.- h iit A. M. and in.o P. M. trainn from PtiUadalphta I
mttn.if'if !iiiu iutviii(iiuwu kt tt W A. M.t aim U 1J
KW HKK r.M'litf KU IMITBUOKa AND Til HI
.-ay r Ki w York at 7 V. M .. p!.lTK lt-adlnf at 11 n14 i
r le-in . aim ,ininH ii i.k' a iifir.inr hium i'onlvaa
ltai:r.nd hi-w f" train tv fltiabuiK.
Ut in rmii Lktr rik 1 1 Id U a t-.i It hriiab'irKoa arrtral rM
int ri-!' iii aina f. Miicko I mil I'ltntimie at MIA.M i
pnt KeAilmt. a' 8 4 M , ami nrrtviiii( at Nw Vorkvl
at l vt r i. Miiii,t t a afTOiutuinr ttimie trainti
tlirt uvb, btiiwfcfii Jerkey city and i'lttaburu, wltnoo-tfl
cuaiiist . i
. MHt t ral-tu (Vr N w V ,V lave Htrrlabortr at 8 A.Vl
bm1 1 1 M. Mrl tratrut ior llarrtbiin. laava New kortfl
IIGA-M. A''l I- M
hi ill .IK II I. VALIEY HAILROAI.
Truln 1. avi itf. ill? ui i J.'. A M. and 3 M P. M., rH
lui rn:f i-t hj i mi nrt-rn ii m A M . ana r. M .
H IM il.MI.I. AM) HI SiH'R IANNA KAII.KOAD.
1 rami it av Aiibvirti ai 3 4' A.M. fr Pinj,rov mnm
lUnif-buri., an.i ni I"." ana 7 10 r u for Pliittcnia "'JW
rntirnii't-' tfom Hi.rriittur., -it 1-' P.M.. aiid ItiMa Plbs
aroiunl II 11. A U ! , , A o , I W a
Tlirouh flmt-i'lAn. ti.-kgit. und cin'urant ticket to aim
llic til, ni al j.otrt-. tit ilu- S-uih and Went and Cnaial
1 he fnl it ti.. tltAt ii, tiro i htu'ntr'lflonlv at :1k; ctllc ufl
8 M(AtK(ilil.1niiM-ii-. N Mil H. tOI'KTH HlraatB
I'M '"i i or of A .Mi OLL.i, Ut-ntjraJ Hupruitul
A '.'A i'r vt t diT-M.m, bwtvvreii any point! (UaLradl
oi i iu uira arts n-m-.
!.-od r.rr 5f:n tiHUf,lia.Htn all iiunt, AtfU.33:
fT fnu lliea aud flrmi.
JiKA'ON TICK KTM.
Kr t) n e, tli, nitiH.or tw Irt uioniiit, for holdari onlyj
.0 Mil puiiun, at rt'Uu-fa rnv.
t I.I KliVhSH
PcHtdlnc mi tbA lint-t.i Hit) roud will b fiimlnha! will
f ftrdt,, tutillii.f tliciiiithca aud to lcau ai
Ttom Pblladftphia to pilm Ipal staitona, foot r RaiarsL .
dav. t u.i.Jmt, and Midv, at redded far, tm ba bad om
ai thf 1 Rkctume.ai iUliaJCt. JMaadCAJXuwUlLi
0(Mdi of all doarrlpnona furwardM to all th ahovJ
fmifiin, irom tin- I'otui'uii'a uuw liaitfht dapot, ilUOAii
aiiu niiil.UTT Dirci'ia.
T envs I'MlaAMnlils, dullv a A y IP V wtA I U I
I r Krad'uiif, ttbauon, HarrUburg, Pol UT ilia, i'crt C'liaf
ton, ana puini uauueu
n at the Philadelphia Pu-U)fflr r.r all placai nn thl
road and iu bran-hea at I A, M., aud tr tii prUtClpai
aiauuua uiiij mi j
1C.M 1'IIILADEI.PIUA AND lOfM
lOIH. Kit IK ItAILItOAD. JOIM
Thia ureal Ifue traieraaa ihe Wuriherti and NorHiW'-i
cxnintlra m teniiblvanla to tlie city ui yjie on Lake Krttrl
It Iiarneeulea.ad nytlia rfctsA.-si ltaaiia aunnoai
rt'MrANV. an4 under their uuauicoa Is leulng rupidJf
opened IliroUkltolll lu entire length. 1
It I, now n limn tor I'aaaenger and FralitM bnalneii frn&
IlarTiaburg lo a ropoiluru. tlf' nilli-al.oa ins baatem llv
aion, and trout bhaSuud 10 lutt tfS saua), ou Ui rt uatw
iiue rtr raaaiHOSS TRAlgS AT miLinit.PKH.
Mall Train leaeaa "-U0 A. Ml
s.apraa Tram ksavi-a rau p. ivaT
l ei, run tnroiie itiiuui hakuk both way, on Uie fl
....... .., .- I-T.il.rt.lola .ud 1..,. 11...,, ..,a ..,U,... W
Balilnioia and Iii-i Haven.
laeaaai lieevlna Oar, on tha Eipreai Train both wan
lor Inloi-uiatUin re. peeling I'aaaunger buatnea., aiipl. .1
V ' H. ' comer otKl.KVKMTIl and MAkr.El Hu..La. at
And for r relglit Pu.tnea, ol tho t.'omuurir . Immi. w
M. tl. Kltiaalon, Jr , con.ar BU I Kt -N 1 U and JdAJtHL
J, W, Keruoid., Kata.
i. M. UnU, Agent, a. H. C. B Baltlmora.
tlaneral Kr eight Agent, rtuie-lelpi.laj.
LEWIS L. IIOUPI',
OclHrat Ticket Agent, -Ull..l, li.h,
Ji'HKi'ii i rurrM,
Jiif-tf Stacral aluia.tr, MfUainapll