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TIIE DAn.YJEVEKIKiGr TKLEGiRrniFillLADELrniA,' 'TllbhsiVlV, SEPTkBElV 8', 18Gi,
.THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1R64.
the ACDsrss or the town state
To thi rropir, or i-knti-vahi..
Fsu-ow Citiiins; The result of trw ir-cant
toetloa M th immdnrat to tha constitniloa of
Ut Suit, allowing onr eoldlere la tho field to vou,
In gratifying, inasmuch at It ahowe that the grant
aeUrt of the commonwealth la right, In th fearful
and bloody atrugglt now going on to primer v the
republic, and that theee brave men are worthy to
kelp gOTern tha country for which they make to
Kan artrlflc and eufTer ao many privations.
Tha friend of tha TJnlon hare brought about thla
Teault, while tha Oppoeltlon hare need their pow
erful organization to prpTent It, with the, evident
Dbttotof weakening; tha Union armies, by dlatmn
ttuslag the aoldlnr, and thereby strengthening
themselves at the approaching Presidential elec
tion; and In connection with this election let na
Tha campaign of IWlt la now fairly opened. The
lsans npon which the campaign la to be made is
Clearly Indicated. Tha enemtee ol the government
have publicly and authoritatively declared their
purpose In the contest. That declaration place
lh daty' of patriot In ft light a broad and clear a
that M noon. Then 1 no mistaking either the
spirit or the object of our opponents; It la the same
that Impelled the chief of armed treason to attempt
Ui overthrow of free gOTernmenton this continent
In lWKWtt. Neither time, nor reflection, nor re
gard for the peace of society In the loyal States, nor
the deaolationa which have devoured the prosperl' y
f the aouth In the grip of war, bar wrought any
modification of their hatred for a government
founded npon the opinions of the people exprvaet'd
through the ballot box.
It la the part of wisdom to anticipate evlt, and to
prepare to destroy It before It grows too formidable,
to overthrow. The altitude of the parties to the
rretldentlal content fires rise to ft sertin que.
Uoa mat rMs of any which can eugage the
attention of the true patriot snd good eftlnen. That
question Is briefly stated: "Shtill we have lasting
peace, throng s Tlgoron prosecution of this war
for national lire, or Interminable war, through a
peace bnsed upon disunion I"
The Issue Is sharply denned. The ntternncea ef
the Baltimore Convention decisively declare for
peace through effective war; the utterances of the
Chicago Convention a decisively pronounce for
the alternative presented In the question stated.
They mean that, or they are without meaning.
The opposition to Mr. Lincoln contemplate rlls
anion as a otrre tor the Ills under which we lie.
Hi defeat would divide the continent Into factious
States. Nor Is this mere assertion. The political
history of the eountry for the last fonr year it ft
iass of overwhelming evidence lit tnpport of ita
entire, Its disgraceful truth.
And first, In evidence of Its truth, we have the
declaration, informal but not lees weighty (be.
tans reiterated and unvarying), of the rebel
chiett. that the south will not treat for peace save
npon the 'basis of ft recognition of Its independ
ence. The press of the south omits no opportunity
to impress upon us, and upon the world, that
peace can only come through recognition. Recog
nition is but another name fur separation. Aud
finally, every European nation has come to regard
he result of thla war a certain to be on of two
things either tubiugiitlon or disunion. It is the
clear conviction which truth brings to every rn
Uonal, enHgtrtened mind. It la, therefore, entitled
greet weight, second only to the resultant fact,
It Is due to the opponent of Mr. Lincoln to state
that they pretend to believe In the probability of
peace and union through tome compromise, the
term of wrrtob, are nut clearly stated.
It will be easy to show the futility of such hopes,
If it ha not already been done. It will not be a
difficult task to ahow that such ft belief does not
take root to eoariotlon. . The leaders of tho Oppo
ition are men of great ability, and more than or
dinary sagaoity. They cannot, therefore, be Igno
rant of the fact which ate of public record.
Those fact e.Tectually preclude the possibility of
peace and Union through any compromise, unless
the terms involve recognition; and that would be
Hat let us thoroughly ceuslder this question of
peace through compromise. It is reasonable to
suppose that the chiefs of the rebellion would have
accepted terms In the outset, If at all. It is alleged
by our pponent that Mr. Lincoln hurried the
nation Into war, not only without constitutional
warrant, but even against the wishes of the retiel
chiefs themselves. They reproach tho Congress
then in session with having refused to adopt the
Crittenden Compromise measure, and thua forced
the south into rebellion In exercise of the right
of self-dvfence and aelf-preservation. It is unne
cessary to pause to show that all this transpired
while the reins of power were held by southern
men, most of whom are now In arms against the
government. Let that pass. The question lunges
npon the responsibility of the rejection of the Crit
tenden Compromise. It wat rejected. By whom!
'" Reference to page 4H0, part first of the Congres.
sionsl Globe of the second session of th Thirty -aixth
CongTe, will place the responsibility for
the rejection of that Compromise where it properly
totong. It will be seen that the Crittenden Com
promise waa defeated by the aubstitutlon (in effect)
of what is known ta the "Clark amendment."
The record shows that the vote on the motion to
'substitute was yeas 2.V nays W. Th vote ou the
adoption f the Clark proposition, taken directly
afterward, was yeas its, nays 41. The presump
tion would be, naturally, that If the south had
' Totes enough to reject the aubstltute, it would also
. Jiave had enough to reject the proposition whan
offered Independently. There was a falling off' In
the negative vote on the proposition, ft compared
1 with that on the first motion to substitute, of seen
vol. This is accounted for by the fact that Sena
tors Hen jam in and Slidell, of Louisiana; Wigfall
and Hemphill, of Texas; Iverson, of Georgia, aud
Johnson, of Arkansas fix southern Senators lutm
ihtir tratt and rfuMttt to role. Had these six south
ern men voted "no," th Clark proposition would
have been defeated by a majority of four votes, aud
ine i:rtttnien t;ompromiee count nave oeen taaen
i p and carried by thesam majority. It appears
ul reword, then, that the Crittenden Comprumixe
was rejected because six of the leading Senutors
' from the smith virtually refused to vote for It. A
motion to menneider was carried some weeks later,
and ft direct vote upou the Compromise was taken.
The proposition was lost by a single vo'e. But
one of the six Senators referred to voted on th:tf
occasion, uearly all of tbein having withdrawn on
' the secession of their respective Slates. Iliul ttiey
remained to vote for the Compromise, it wonld
have boeu adopted. ,
The chM f object In alluding to tins matter l to
show that when, before the overt act of war wn
r committed, the south bad tiie election of compro
mise or war, she, through her highest dignitaries.
w deliberately chose war.
Th outn would cot have compromise theu. I.
, it rassiiable to su,pue iliat it would accept sucli
an accommodation now! Her rulers have tiie
1 outhern masses by the ihrout, and can mould them
, to Uieir imperious will. Ttiey are playing lor u
great stnke. They could not withdraw from th
contest now unless foroi-d Into withdrawal. Pride,
Jove of power both latoreu and fostered bv the in-
etitation of elavery wos.'ld furce-lliem to elect,
they declare they do ew-ct, ejiuttinlnuUoii rather
than submission and union.
jKarly in tile struggle betoie the government had
' taken the aggressive President Lincoln offered
peace In moat liberal tM-ma. The term were,
briefly, the layiug down of arms ami the abandon
ment of their hostile attitude. The world knows
Iiow those terms were met. It need sot be repealed
here. The desolation of southern lld, and the
Vacant aeala iu thousands upon thousands of
homes, both north and south, beur the record. Still
later, amnesty and pardon have beeu ottered by
the President; still the chief of rebellioa ftbat not
tittle of their energy to maintain themselves In
their wrong. They demand recognition and Inde
pendence of ft government they hate. Intimate
,.i knowledge Uie directing minds of tiie rebellion
teaches that they will never abandon their wicked
achema until obliged to do to by the theer force of
ush iron circumstaaee at control the results of
L , Wat.
llr ' no ground, then, for hope of peaco
' tPmUi no hoi of permanent peaoe.
. , discharge in this war. Tho
J ? Wes, however much
' Z '. , 7 WUl " u.u.p.cUng.
, , To. charge sslf-dacsplioa upa ttuim t a
unmistakably clear would be suVi, 'u, , ?
- Uum with imbecility. rTSfcSX!'.
th.ma.lv.. Thla pretext ef aaakiug tnafateat-of
til. Lincoln that peace may return ig 0ur border
over a sinister purpose. If they wish pence thev
ean have It but la two way la a oowwdiy bu-
I gloamanl of Ui alrnggle, tollowed by disumoa, o
by a more vigorous (il potsibi protecuuoa of the
TAuj Ui tfoe jtiu upon whicb tix csmpgjga u
much liko YrM. It I I W Sfl I fy Y fyS
don't moot my views. fj . i . C ttilt: . '4T I , Wf rt- l .r i i
I filfi . V1. MP? A I II' ' Ml Tin rk( form looli"
to bo made brcomos sharply doflnM. Non enn
deprpcnte the horrors of war or ds.ro the return
of pw more than do th warmi'st siipportors of
the Nnttonal Union iiomlnwM. lint they ask for
and will acqiilpfice in no peat'e that Is not loo tided
upon the .ntt-grtty of the Union, and patablished
upon the prlnciplfa of the Declaration of Inde
pendence. They recognize greater evils than war, ,
ucb ae tin in in which tbe nation is plunged.
livide the nation geogrnphh ally, and to what end i
do we Inevitably gravitate! With the precedent
and j littler of neee?ion established nnd acknow
ledged, who can presume to ay that we shall not
repent ihe humiliating history ol Mexico and the
South American Mutes. United, the common
dunger was, and would continue to be, our com
mon security. Divided, the laud would groan
With the wreaking out of individual veugeance.
Divided, the torch and brand would never be idle
along the line of dtvi'lon. The country would at
Inst awake to the bitter knowledge tkat open,
vigorous war, riroseouted with ft high purpose, is
a thousand times less to be dreaded than an armed
As an example, a little more than a year since,
when I,ee, with his rebel army, invaded Pennsyl
vania, nnd when the fate of the republic was de
cided by the battle of Oettybnrg, how prompt
wicked and designing men were to Inaugurate the
Insurrection In Now York city, trusting In the
hope that the government wus not able to main
tain the supremacy of the Constitution and the
laws. It will he long before the blackness of the
crimes committed by that conspiracy will be ob
literated. As auother example, take the recent conspiracy
discovered, In the north web t the banding together
In secret of a largo number of men, the concentra
tion of thirty thuusund stand of arms aud a large
supply of ammunition. Tho papers of this con
spiracy, which wero seized, evidencing too clearly
that their design was, and li, the overthrow of the
republic, trusting that division aud anarchy would
shield them from harm, but iu utlor disregard of
the concomitant wrongs to the ptoph' murder,
robbery, arson In a word, desolation for the tune.
Now, fellow-citizens, in both theur examples thu
moving spirits are prominent men in the Opposi
tion, and controlled the nomination and platform
Yet it Is to such a peace as this that our oppo
nents Invite you. They ask your suffrages for a
man who either Is pledged to nuch a peace, if
elected, or who is determined on a war grander In
scale aud bloodier in results than the world haa
yet witnessed. There can be but two issues out ot
the present difficulty. The intelligent freemen of
Pennsylvania need not to be led like children.
Tbey will not fail to comprehend the nature of
these issues, aud to chooio between them. In so
choosing they choose fur their children aud their
children's children. They can do nothing of a
public nature In these pregnant times that shall
not cause coming generaMuus either to revere or
despise tuera. The re-election of Mr. Liucoln, and
the election of Andrkw Johnson as his associate
will Indicate to the chiefs ot the rebellion that the
war for Union and permanent peace must go on
until those ends shall be attained. It will also sig
nify to the nations of Kurope that the people of the
whole United States will, soon or late, become
an united people, and the government remain, as
It has heretofore been, a stiir of hope to all tiie op-
prettted peoples of the civilised world, and nn
everlutiug monument to the wisdom of the grand
old heroes who conceived il. If we could basely
afford to ubandou the struggle now, the world,
mankind, could not ntlord the sacrillce. it w
could afford to bear tbe shama, and wear the
tinckles of defeat so cruvenly invited, our child
ren could not stand erect uiil. r tfie deathless re-
pruach ol our behavior. As men, as freemen, as
patriot, we have no choice but to ftnnd by the
govern men t iu administered. Tliesl'eriiative pre
Muted by our opponriit in disunion a ml dishonor.
V huh i untiunal de;tth. If a mini recogui.-s the
exUteiite ut the principle of lUeruhl Jm-ticehe
cni.i.ut drfpu.r ol tiie n-pul-hc, Tk.-re may be
v ute iu whom Hie principle ol hope wHlnuiiu but
a ffi tlt existence, uule stimulated by unltiter
rupird Muce. tSui-u iuukI bi eucuuruged and
jH-HHiurri by tbe eiitinnle of the inori tpefiii nnd
enduring. Tlo-y fount t insured of w Ubt the pUU
lotuj by of bir'ory and ol evei.fi Uuchef, th:it tl.tn
ger lie in turning liu.k, u security lit), iu pivf
lug torwnrd. The rteolHlionc, aud bent.twiueiitN,
siid biirdeiit ot war may be, uny, are, tirt ible, but
the tempett wliu h rKap' ii foresiuud Iih1u d.try
lng the iu retire of lubot , itnd even hum iile, i
aUo terrible. Yet it in teuetlueut. Willi unvary
ing culm the utumapl.i re would dgsuerate into
putridity, and the earth would revolve iu endless
nilit. So war involves nations Iu its t'enrlul vor
tex that social nnd political renovation may lol
low. As a lire sweeping orer the fields licks up
the chaff and stubble, yet affect not the solid esrtu,
so the fiery trial whlh we are called upon to en
dure U consuming the notorious crimes of society.
The navion will Issue out of this struggle stronger
and puivr than before. Wrong, such as confronts
tns, cannot drive right into exile. Craft and vll
lamy are not to be tbe subjugators of wisdom and
virtue. A-nd w hatever cranes may have beeu, or
may yet be, perpetrated iu the name of civilization,
it is not now to be proved either a farce or a fail
ure. Hut lfa,tse calamities are not to come upon
the Americai. people, for the reasen that the masses
are to remain true and steadtust in this great eff ort
to establish tholr liberties upon a surer foundation
than the anoinul.es upou which lUey awe hitherto
The victory is Ui be won by unremitting lalor,
and ft watchfulness that shall be proof against
the surprises plunced by traitors at home or
abroad. Wo are to look lor no fortuitous happen,
lugs, do miraculous interpositions. The friends
Of th government, wot king together, cannot be
overthrown by any combination, possible among
their opponents. Tbey may seek to divide and
distract! as they have done, and they may partially
succeed. Dut Dot if the people remain firm, calm,
and Mlf-contaJnd. United, w are invincible
against any fore that can be brought agoiust as.
Divided, we should Invito defeat, and attach to
ourselves tho nam of having rejected the counsels
of experience and enlightened reason. - :
Our victorious armies are bravely doing their
doty in the neid. What la required of the loyal
&ea ol tfejansylvsjua. . a great victory ot the
JIamkt Do you see yonlor cloud that's &Tmot In 8bnp of ft
Polonitu By tho cnass. and 'tis a camel indeed 1
Tarn. Mc thinks it Is like a weasel.
TV. It is hacked liko a weasel
Jfam- Or like a whalo?
rol Very liko ft whulo.
polls iu October and November. It is not
only essential thnt the Federal government
and the policy inaugurated to cruh rebel
lion should be indorsed by the re-election of
Abrnhnm Lincoln ; but nt the coming contest
in October It is important thnt in the election
of Congressmen nnd members of the Legislature,
as many districts ns possible should be carried by
the loyal candidates now In nnd to be put Into the
field. We want the moral effect of overwhelming
majorities as well as the prestige derived from
militnry power and force. We expect to close the
warns much by the Influence of the ballot as the
bullet. We hop to stop the effusion of blood by
the unmistakable demonstration at the polls that
tbe wnr Is to be waged till the rebellion is ended,
and that hostilities will not cense while there is nu
armed traitor in the Meld. Such a cessation of
hostilities cannot be obtained by compromise or
negotiation. It must be achieved by the stern in
fluence of force by the unmistakable, clear and
well-defined proofs of the ability of the govern
ment to cope with and conquer nil or any of Its
Men of Pennsylvania, the issues are now before
yon for consideration aud decision. You must
abide the result as you establish it tor good or evil.
We ask you to support Abraham Lincoln because
we believe his re-election will fully vindicate the
authority of the national government, and fully
establish the fact that the free men of the loyal
States are able to sustain the existence of the
Union and Ihe government against the hazard of
opposition from abroad or at home. We aik you
to assist not oulyin the re-election of Abraham
Lincoln, but iu the election of all loyal candidates
for State nnd Federal offices, because their tri
umph will recognliut our nationality a result
which must contribute to the maintenance ol the
national government. It needs no argument of
our own to establish this position, hecanse our po
litical opponents now antagonise us to achieve en
tirely the opposite results.
Uan we hesitate can there be any trust or confi
dence In men placed in nomination by such men!
Men of family, heMtate men of property, hesi
tate young men, who hope to enjoy both these
blessings, hesitate before you cast your votes for
nomineei? made by such agencies.
liy order of the Union .suite Central Committee,
SIMON CAMKHON, President.
A. W. IlKWKnK T, ) .pAtjirl.,,
Wikn FonwKY, j retanes.
I)UOrOSALS FOR STOVES.
pHii.At'r.i.ritM , September .', IHfti.
Pes led prmuigftli will im welvetl ut thu otne ol the
a tub rniLiifl, No. J 1413 (;1KAKI Htntt, until noon of
t'ltl'A V, 10 h mm-., tor ilellwrr ami fltniihr npftr n-,
t CtalsdT Itarrmki.onor tc.'uru !4eiteniier :K, tt.s
follGWiiiKHrtlrlfft, vl, :
y.','il stoves. I't-ineh cylinders.
.Vi Conl Sinves, Ill-inch 1-yhniltrs.
4WI feet Stove Pipe, for l'-ln:ii Move.
ti.'li iret Htove Pipe, lor ItMnrli stoves.
I'ropotuls will name prlre lor east Iron or clay cylinder
stoves ; alio, the prleu per pound tor stove pip?, liK-lttdmii
th rect-HKsrj ell. own. and must be accompauked by
Bimijile. of i lie article bid for.
No piop.nul will he received except thofe properly
tilled In upon the Mttnk forms which are ItirnKlied t this
'fTU, and which must be ftnarnutced by responsible,
Tbe rnltefl States reserves tiie rlyht to reieft 11 bids
dremed too bllt, as well as any irom de I au It lug con
tia t m.
Ity ordr of Colonel A. J. Ferry, Quartermaster's le
I'Sltimnt. V. H. A.
ALBKHT R. ASHMKAD.
6-4t Captain and A. y. 11.
QU A KT EllM A8TKIU8 OF F ICE.
1' m 1 1 . a i k i i'lii a. Pcptemhcr tt. lhtH.
Kcflbil PropOtsl vill be toceivud si tnW offlcp until
stM . . L'dll, itiHiant. at IV o'clock M. f r niriiLliliig
AfllMA UK 44TKAMKR COAL fr the War liepari
nu nt. M s p'-riod of rIx uioirtifl, rommeuciDH' Ut ( jto'icr.
Iw.4. andet (Hit: :ilst Aiarcb. lMUi. Coal (u be o" the tnsi
iUilliy Aiillirm-lte, lur t lie nhe of stcumers, to wiMth JHO
Hiimu to ttie tun, and lo be nn'jit'i-t to iiigpe-ition
The Coal IS otu delivered ou tmunl vemslfi In ihe ports
ot I'lii aili iplna or New ork,i,i nucIi quantities and nt
u.'h tin vb a ina bereiauit d; fiiriiia liic k, it duimnulKd,
f -n lliotiKui d Inns (terwi ek.
In t ol lad in e t d'ltviT the Cos I In propor inintity,
and at ttie pniir tiuiH add pine', tne i,iviriimint r
M'm ihe rt lit to n-akf mnn any dnlrh'iicy by piirciiisfl
at the etnirm tor h rws a d upt-n'f. 'I ha price mut no
Kivn epnrMiely for the i mlivtred on hoard if vt
ft'lr at thit frt atd at S rw ork. on the tertUN ant con
dltl tin iihi f itMied. Twent pi-r cent will IiowIiIohM
irtutil.e amount of al pswnetits uiui'e, which rn.or na
tion lv not to le paid until tin euitr.ii-t nhull Iiav sei-n
inliy tonphted. I'avuii-ntK ot the re'n.tlnlnjr fiKiiy ift
i-n t , or I -aln e due. v. ill Im iiihiIi ut liittily, wtien I hi
pFrtmrnt l iu ftunls kr that purpose,
!'. ti et'er iiiiiht U arrnuip.iti.i C Py a written rn .'diitee,
i -d h two or lU'ii- m-jj m.tl i;irili (tin lr r-1 )
hll it tolic ciTifed v a t nlted St ili-n J m t l;-o, Attriniev. or
ollrt tori, ti at ihe 'Uld-r or tild.lr-rn will, ti hi or t'neir
li d Ik' iic rpid. eiitrr into wTlttrii oiilimtlion, with tro-.J
i d hi film ct .nielli t. In Itro biiinoi u?iv hundred tlio ir
mi nd dollari, to furi'iph th. prhont d mii i few S pr i,.
I.Hon iii Id- t'.'in-iin'rd unites th U rum of tins aJ irti-(v
li:t nt UK- ( -oinpiitid ili.
I he rlt.li( i re-i-rvnl in iwlect nil the hid If cn(dfr i
to be to Ihe hiteti ! ol tiie mtvici- t do feO, and fi blj Hum
a d lanltiiiKeontruilor will U- nM-.-ivt-d.
Proposal to be endorsed "frio-'alii for Col for tbe
M ar It-p4rintent," n?id inldrtKed to the undemiK'in'd.
Hv onler d Colonel A .). l'rry , tjHartcrinaitf r I'upart
nicnt. 1. b. A. t.i:nici;k It. tiHMK.
si17t Captain and A. i. M.
QUA IITK H M AST LK-G EN EB aI-'OFI'ICE,
First IHvisiuo. t
Wamiikotok Citt, Atifint 1,14.
HOUSES! liOKKKH! 1 HOUKI.S! I I
Ifories suitable tor Artl lury and Cavalry servloe wlM
be pun 1, a.ed .,t lilLHUOUO 1'KPuX, iuopen uiarUt, till
OCTidtMt 1, l.
II or mi will be delivered to Captain T. . Low it Moore,
A. i. M , stid be MihuH-ted to lbs usual Uu tnuufitt
inipertton bt-tore t icing aci'''tf d,
Prlre ot Cavalry lnreg, S17S each.
I'riee of Artillery llor.fM, $HHtach. ;
Payment will bemads lor six (S) and luors.
JAMK.S A. FKiy,
Colonel Kir.t IMvmn.ii,
se5-tte0 (Juart. rnialr-(ciiora h ijt.
TEE KEW MUSICAL 0AED3
(rstrnnU."! hr tho Knysl Fsmilr of Km'Isnd), are ian Ur
'JilKKK liOl I.AIIN. They sre m'Mt siuimug
lssi Ime, auU tsadi JUusleal Tlxus cjuickur lltsu au ulatf
"A njoit kurttln and rip. er ffsme."Tlmea.
"Admirably adtipted fur U-acitlii Mu.lcsl 'J'iiue."Illua
trtf-J LunOm hi-ss.
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IMl Olni.H" NI) JOIIBKUS OK
SILKS AND FANCY DRY GOODS,
I.INKP S, AND
LAIiGE AND HANDSOME STOCK OF
Ft'LL MNE OF FOHEIGN AND DOMESTIC
BBOTIKK'S AND OTHER MAKES.
1044 IIF.tNCT HTHKtr.
i :yi i m mijeiiik.s,
E. M. NEEDLES.
I0'l Olir.NUT HTKKKr.
n i w it 1 1 1
Wereftiart the mcp,lf desired, tor arary lot of Bhlrta
whldi fall In any rstpr.i
CUT IE Mi l II WISE OF MV8LIH.
Alads or Ken Ttn Mi" Muslin, and rery tne Llnaa
Bosrirs On'y t t 7.1. V'.ual price 10-00.
WluiuiiavUie Villi Ma.lin, and line Linen Bosom,
Only $4"ii. usual price tS'SU.
GINTLKMEN 1'"" It N IS HIN G G00D8.
l I'l 11 Jk JA.CXliH,
B) fat so. listed CnEHNUT Btraat,
)1( HI- SKIRTS !OQ
Mni.ulsilur; , N.i.tiiH AHI'll fltrrst, XJaZO
Abuve Mlli street.
M'l.r ir--and Retail.
Th mi.ht romvlri' m s 'imvnlui Ladles', Hisses, aud
t;inliiiti . II ii ih i- tue city, In .'very r.poct nr.t
i'Ikko. lih li Tor -ivir. fi .i-h, durability, and cucapness.
huvt' I i runs' 111 tin- n .1 Mit.
hslrl nism iinM i:.-i. 1:. red, and rrpnlrM
. RASrBEHRY. ALEX.
, rleiorsof th Old OoTuruuiaut
i.I' JAVA (lr KLB,
. o ot builiiuss lixira No. 218 N.
. Kt'll Htreet, where they aro
' it' Uie shortest uotlo whleb tAa
i,ii. Ttitir Cuties is, as usual, Ui
u Uo tisvc the bust
. clty.fAll at towast prlces.ooa
i" fore purchasing elsewhere.
Xo. 343 AUCU Btroet.
i iVGR, OILCLOTHS AND
m Hew York Auction talus,
-nt Hnissils, V wide, l li,
. Imitation Hra.isls, (plnud.)
; 0-4, W 4 aud l'J 4 at prup.
..tfpets. $1 37 lo fl76psryHrd
o tl'HS Venellsn, ksk. and
cents per yard; Usltluirs, Uie
en d In 1'hUad. lphla. frurn Slf
. New Vera- Auction Kales Da
) Mo. 147 H. HKOONU ttlriMt,
.ipoeue Cora K.if hansjO.
J MILLS K .t i i' . r
1 av. Ucu ov.'d ti . ir i'
hi run1 hi net lo Ni !
irrpu If, 1,11 s-l i ri
I ul,.u li... i ih . ll I, ill.
I. I In u li.:).' .
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Mill rn.y II t it , , p.- -l''ti,'
li, in 1 t"i:i'i i' . ',
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Ol'rTYr I- WAREHOUSE. E8TA
i.l.Ni,ec tt 1h.Ii ,fi iKjrter and liaalerin
"is Isas, n uiWi sad Lwuora,
Cliofcc Jiavalis v ,.sra,
Crois A Hlackwoll'a Plcklea sod Banoae
frfUsh and BcoUk Al nd l'ortsr,
C'snntd MU, frulU, Soup, A.
Vary Moassa put up with csre,
AlKu.ll' . SF.OOWTI Ulreet
johuua h. oounrr.
VO DECEPTION. NO INTEJUOR COAL
ll Doretisied to ofTsr below tha oost prloaof a superior
article. bAMI'EL W, lit., 11 Id (A I) rkreal , ats Itsos.
east aids, sells the (eunllia 1.AU1.B VtIN, b.t sad
purertrulaad ( and Stove suss, tUi Larva Js ut, 10
Cunsumeri should msVa tualr purchuei at oneo, pre
vious to another aJsano. talt-ata
Qt'P.EN OP BEAUTY. WniTE VIRGIN
Wax of Antilles rs the most perfect preparation ol
the aaw, for beautifying, whlteiiins, snd pre.erviug th
ctioipleklua. It is asde rV'-m pore White Wsn, hence lta
eAtrsordUisry qualrita for preserrln tha skin, making It
aiift, euKSHlii fair, aud transpareui. Jt cursa chapped
hsuili, us rips, removes pluiplcn, Ac. Price SO snd Mceuia,
Uuufsclured only by HL'JVT it CO., Perfumers,
J.0,41 a. JtlUUTH Ht t doors above t'hi.nut, aad
aul6-lat Jto.WI o. UiVtMU Htroat.
OLD'8 IMPROVED STEAM AND WATBH-
l II K ATI Nil APFAKATlf.
luc .'aiming aud Vsniiiatliui fubllo buildings and Pri
ifantifactnred by the .
l'10al tolXAJa AUD WATKB FKiTINO COMrAHT
OJf J-HLLAiitl.l-lM A.
" iiut.nr. wood,
No. 41 tOI'KTH Mtisst.
BhM-em B. U. nxrwiu., Buparlauodsai.
rAR CLAIMS, BOUNTIES, TENSIONS,
11 , ud all description of clslinl s.'nln.t the
I Mtid Mates ruvernment aillustsd snd eHi cted PKI.s
MOMkMr . hsesfiuilisiof prlcss now parable, and
Uis Buna us ta suUecisd at urns. Appfcy or writs to ;
' t,iHHiK fnAtiu iiKoriieu. I
Anuy snd Msvy t'lslm Agi sts,
(UK-Jin t v,M VyALNLl itrset.
J 1 1 GTILY IMPORTANT
M'CLELUN'S LETTER OF ACCEPTANCE
He Will Stand by his Antecedents
and his West Foint Oration.
HE DECLAHES FOR TIIE WAR
UNTIL TIIE REBELS SUBMIT.
Chagrin of tho Tcaco Men.
i., r.tc, r.ic, :., r.tc, r.to., Etc
Sk'ImI Iu lite Ewuliiic Toli'icrnplt.
Ntw Yiiiik, Si-iU'iultr 8 Tlic Committee np
liointcd by tlic Chicitfc'o Convi'Dtltm to iufurni
Hciifrnl MtClcllun of this uoniinntlon for tlir
l'lteidircy by tliut loily, iwaititl upon liim Bt
Lis nsitltnie in ILIrty-tifth Blrcctnt noon to
day, and uftcr tlio personal Introduction of the
niinilit rs of tlio Committee, und an informal Bn
numiecnicnt of tiie nctlou of tlio Convention, lio
nnd to them lii.i It tkr accepting the nomination.
It it auuMiintiiilly uB follows :
lie will be true to nil of his ante cedenta ; stnnd
liig upon the plntform ns erected on li is Wot
1'oint orntion, lind mlnpting an Ills own the reso
lutions of tbe Convention as meaning tear unites
tlic Hi lnl ii ill fulnH'l to the Uica,tlie I'nion, anil
The intelligence i f this tlccitdon uprcntl mpldly
tl.roitKliout the city, und while tho wnr Deino
crnts nre of course, dVrghted, It fell like nn ex
tensive wet blanket upon the peaco faction.
Fernando Wood declares that tho party has
been betrayed. Union.
REPORTS FROM MEMPHIS.
Threo Union Gunboats Captured.
CANERAL A. J. SMITH AT
Et.( Er., Etc.. Etc., Etc. Etc, Etc.
Caiiio, September 8. Itcports roached Mem
phis ou bunduy last, that the gunboats lfaistinit
and Saumkeay had been captured below Claren
don, on the White river, nnd that Cnptnln Hoge rs,
of the latter bout, was killed. It is also reported
that another gunboat, name not given, had beon
sunk at St. Charles, and that Duvull'i Hlutr was
threatened by a considerable, forco of Hibcls.
Thcte reports are conlirined through Ilcbcl
sources from Helena.
A cavalry force, tinder General Mower, left
Memphis a few days since for the White river,
and an Infantry force is understood to be em
barking for Pamirs BlnlT.
The Little Itock Democrat contains the par
ticulars of the recent raid from Duvall's Dlu.IT,
ou the Little Hock railroad. A largo quantity of
Government hay was burned, and other property
destroyed. Some damage was Inflicted on the
A light recently occurred at Redwood, seven
teen miles from Baton Rouge, in which eighteen
of tho 2d Louisiana Cavalry were killed.
General A. J. Smith and stair arrived here yes
terday. TO-DAY'S WASHINGTON NEWS.
Special Despatches to Evening Telegraph.
Wasiiisoioh, September 8.
Colonel Thomas Kgnn, 40th New York, has
been appointed Brigadier-General fur bravery in
tho field, on General Grant's recommendation. '
The news of the Vermont election is considered
here a decisive indication of the direction of the
populur will in reference to the Fresidcntinl
rVvT Tsnl In the Went,
Admiral Davis, Colonel liowtnun, and Goorgo
AV. Blunt constitute the board just appointed to
make an examination and report upon a site for
Navy Yard and dciiot in the West.
1'oNltlou of thai Itentol'rn.'y.
Tho War Democrats here have abandoned tho
idea of supporting tbe Chicago nomination, while
the Teace Coppet heads declare that if McClcllan
should write war letter they would prefer Lin
coin to him.
Commissioner Dale, of the Indian Bureau, has
advices from Indian Agent Turner, at Omaha,
Nebraska Territory, dated August 20, that a
party of Sioux Iudiaus hud made their appear
anco there, and killed eleven Winuebagos. The
Omnhas were absent on a hunt. No Government
property was dcstroynd.
How Kflifl rlMiirrtt are Trentrtl.
Colonel Ilollmon, Commissury-Oeneral of
I'risoners, has returned from Chicago, where ho
has been inspecting ttie prisoners' camp at
that place, lie reports the Rebel prisoners to be
in an excellent condition ; the cuinp Is kept clean
and tidy ; excellent quarters are furnished them,
and their rations are fully equal to those of our
soldiers. Very few cases of sickness aro reported,
as the prisoners are shown chance to exorcise
theinselvo?, und arc as happy as can bo under tho
itfarkctt by Telegraph.
Nkw Yohk, He ptemlier 8. Klour has declined
nfn.lfe. stiili iiol IM.Uuu Darrein at :l fitvMv 4(1 lor stitc;
ll IICi l :, tor Ohm; and S13 H( U"i fr Siontlu-ru.
Wheal drellncil '.'. j i,(il bushel, unlit at .". i J ;u tnr
C hkiiko K rici-i tl Vl'i i ol lur .Milwaukee cluo ; $J ao,u
a-10 lur Vi'cMi m. t'urn uulft: 4j.miu bn.li.l. ia at $1 i.J
lUi'l dull. 1'iiikflim; .ale. uftt.iu tiarrli at tli J.tu 13'OJ
furaliia. Lmd llun at :'.i,.i,.'4,. Wlil.kv dull at $180.
nioHrite ot 1 'lour bairtlai Kheui 4?jmo lmhl..
VllOLESALE ROIIBEHT BT i SsBUfeTREST
IlEAittNOTins Moknino. A hearing in the case
of Serephinu Towusend, the sempstress who was
arrested a few days since on the charge of stealing
articles of silverware, weariug apparel, sheets, pll.
ow cases, handkerchiefs, laces, 4 c, to the amount
of several thousand, dollars, from the houses
n which she was employed, came olT at two
o'clock to-day, at tho Centiul Stulion. An hour
before the hearing the stution was crowded with
number of the wealthiest and most respectable
ladies of our city.all iu search of missing articles,
a majority of which were recognised aud handed
over to their proper owners.
Besides the goods enumerated, fnncy articles of
almost every description wcro found among tbe
rollectHiu exposed it recognition, some of which
Wi re ol tlio cuatliost character.
The case Is a most singular one. Notwltu.
standing the value of tho articles stolen, and the
oppuriumty oilered to di-pon of thum in most
cases without (be slightest fear of detection, yet
the woman seems to buve carefully stored them
away from the time that she tint coiunuiuced the
iudulgenc! ot her thitiiish pioiwusilie. i
Ihe sight presented at the Ceutral Stution pre
vious to the hearing, was a most animated one,
Jloth the olliee in which the heiirin generally
take place, and tlio "Rogues' Gallery," were
tilled wilh scores of ladies and gentlemen, th
Attention vt whiuh former aeemed diviaud he
tweeu the articles Ihe.vwt reeudeavoringtoreeogf
plze snd the portraits of tbe criminals xpo4
10 view on the nulls, ' 1
GEN. GRANTS ARMY.
THE LATEST MOVEMENT.
A O0OD roalTIOK TAKRff.
Cut Foint, September 6. Rome artillery
firing on the front during the afternoon of yei
terday occasioned the most exaggerated minors
here of a general engagement betwem tho forces
under General arrcn, and tho Kebels imme
diately opposed to him. I.evt these rum in
Itiigbt reach yn through lllegimnio cliannelj,
und create unfounded apprehensions and un
easiness, 1 have a-errialneil they were bed
wholly on Ihe movement of a brigade detached
from Hancock Corps, aim sent around to ttie
extreme 1 ft to drive away a working party of the
Rebels w ho were tlircntenn g to lortitv a position
thnt in it bt have Kitcii lutiitc troulilo. The ob
ject was attained witliout so mu:h ns a refpcetii-
tile skirinini, nnd no tigiring wnrttiy ot lin niinn
oecurteil al any point on the line during tho day
KXTFVRIOrJ OP THE citt roiNT KAii.noAn.
Mnior Wi ntz. Iinving the eonatriu tlon of tho
extension of the Cllv l'olnt nnd 1'etersliurg rail-
n ail in charge, nsures us thnt the whole nine and
a halt mllea will no completed liy tuo lutu in
stant. Five miles of truck Is already down, and
construction trnins are now passing over it.
IIKIMOIK PMEN IS HKALTH OF TUB AtlMZ.
Troops continue to nrrivo from tho North In
ronsiih table nuinhcrs averaging fully one
I he nenitn ot tne army remains unimnnlrcd.
ond isnnieh betU r tlian w as learcd it might bo
tome time ngo.
Light showers or ram ran almost daily, leaving
the ainiofphere cool for the sca-on.
CIMKIIi MIKKIIAVS AKMV.
oi i icial 1)i:m atch molt oi.NicrtAi, avbiui.l.
IIi'nkkk Him.. September 2, ll) F. M. To
Major-Gi ntral Kelly, Cumlierlanil : Knrljr re
treated this morning towards Winchester. Iain
on his heels. I have whipped Vaughn's cavalry,
captured all his tjain which was not burned, and
taken two ouiiic-nngs ; ne uus no aiuuury. i
have cut on lmboden.
(Signed) W. W. A VK.iin.i,, Brig.-Gen.
AllMY MOVKMFSTS 111.111:1. DI'.PF T.
CiiAiti xtow n, Va., .September;!. The army
moved this morning In pursuit ol' the enemy,
they liaving rclreutcd during the vrovious night,
'li e inovt incnls ot the enemy the day provious
indicated mat itiey wcro nmvine irom tlielr posi
tion near Smithlitld, und were massing near Mur-
tinsburp, with 11 view to cross the l'otomac into
Maryland from that point.
This movement commanded the attention of
General Avcnll, who, with his cavalry division,
moved to meet the enemy, tie met tne Ketiels
near Hunker Hill, when sharp skirmishing
ensued, which resulted in the discotnliturc of thu
Rebels, and the capture of twenty-live of their
army wagons and numerous prisoners.
Ihe movements ol the enemy arc enigmatical.
Ho has thus far concealed his forces and inten
tions with commendable, skill. Tho probability is
that the Rebels aro ill retreat down the Shenan
doah, a step necessitated by the scarcity of sup
plies, and the need of strong reinforcements for
General Lee's army. The valley is nearly stripped
of supplies, aud can allord no support to cltlicr
Hi'NKF.K IIii.l., Vs., Septoiubcr C We made
a recoiinoissatiee of Ihe enemy's position yester
day at Stevenson depot, and lound Lomax's
Division of cavalry and one division of Rebel
infantry in front of ns. Th ro has only been
light skirmishing this morning.
" ' " Tia i uii'Air,i'rniA ouivu,o.i,i
,, Ss BANTtAOF. IMTITUTF Mo. 14 Nort
Z-- ailhl'Il Mweit. alKive .Market. Kupturaa
rndlcally cured bv U. (:. I.VKHHTl' H Premium Patont
(IraduatVnp Presiinre Tri'ffi. Huptrlor P.la.Uc Bwlta.
Kla.Uc Htnckkias, l4tipportr. Bboalder Bracaa. 8apo
orlMi. Cnitche., Ac.
Laillca attended hy Mrs. B. C. F.VKRKTT. mr2S-lj
WKALTII, II E A L T II, AND
If to sain admlrlns eyes .
If to caiuf Invidious iiluhn;
Jf lo be a bloomlnv Mower,
Vadlns, dylns In an hour BAcrr 1
If to have a hoat of erleodn ;
If for vice to mac amend;
rt with hlvh-born b!ood to wed ;
If niarblu btone when dead Wealth I
If to live tbreeecore and ten,
Wlahins Ihe aa lonir aualn ;
It to live a lite of peace ;
If to die and ko to oreai flsALTii I
If yon wish life of pleasures t
If yon value this world's treasures;
If every coniloit you would ee.
Take uiy ailvlce, and wi.h all ihret.
Then, having Dealth, Wealth. aad lleaaly.
You'll be prepared for ever? duty.
By a rare ml pf msal of Dr. W 11. I.I AM YOirWS New
Bok, TUP. MAHKIAtlK tlUIDK, whlrh ehoiild ba raad
by everyone. Hold by lluokuclhTS gvni-i'aMy, aud at the
I'oi tor oOlee, Mo. 416 Bl'lil CB Hl'ltCKTs price U
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The only sure and aale remedy fur llonorrrnva, ftleet,
ninciiue, v.v. vurea ui an caaca ui irotu tvto to ai
I'riea fi Male or Finialc sent bv mall.
1 OlT CO., Sole Agent.
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Eat-h taut contains 20 1'llla.a.iid will tine lu Trout two to
bixuhvb. i-ricc 'J.
It In also certain t.i re.loi c tone and power to those who
are dtbilltttlid by uace.a or auy otlitr taii.c, aud will
restore all lo full li;or ol youth, wh n the 1'ih. ara u.ei
witnoiii uie injectiuu. in theae cu.es, ouu rni tiirte times
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form of disease, and strcutliene Uie coiuiitullon souernlly.
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will Ware the Be lirpnt, Tlllllll RtreH, auova Thomp
son slreft, rhllatlf-lplila, dally (nnndaja aaeepted), s
7 AM. (F.Tpr.) r.ir tlrihifhem. Allcnujwn. Maaak
t hnnk, Wllkrl,rre. William. I'Tt.
H 1 ', A . a! . ( A i ci-romi'iiatli-fij p,r IvTiarflwii.
Ki lS A. M. (Arr.'U ninl.il ,nl f.,r Fart Waahlrujtoa.
S P. M. Ari-on,moilalloti f(,r lloyn-saiinrn. . ,,
-4;, P. M. (CM""" nnli'al' m, t.ailon.Aa. "'
4 l'i P. M . (Mall) fnr li"' li'.tuwn.
A-tr, P. M . (Accommodation) lur lithlehain. Alimtowa.
and Main-h t hank.
1,-1.', P. M. (Air.rninndAllrn) ror l.an.dala.
11 1'. M. (ArcirpT'ir ilHiinn ) for fort W.shlngt"n.
TKAIN! lull t'HII.ADF.I.PIHA
I.enve nrtliUlicm at S Wl A . M , ll . A. M , and SOT f, t.
li'Tlrt.iwn At G UI A. M., 461'. M.,and 7 P. M.
Laii.il.,lf al r, A.M.
lurt W'anhliiKt'in at M-2". A. M. and J P. M.
ON HI NlAVf4.
mildolMarbrBlhlhraa at 1A.M.
l'tiilak-uhlH l.ir Iiuvie.tiiwn at :l P M.
I,,l. Mi,o fur I'hlia li l. i i -Xl A. U.
Pflil. hom fur PrU-ad-lphia at 4 P. M.
Illtlnian'a llat'iiat i. Kiitch a 111 call for and driver tM-
(nirr nt Uie deptit. OrUr mar lio leu at tu. 11a B. I Umu
Julll F.I.LIS tXAKK, JUrent.
VKW RAILROAD LINE NORTII.
x nut a'iki piiiA t nitooKi.rK,
HIKOI UII IN FIVE mil its.
r ARK SJ.
KXCI ItSIONTlCKFTSII.liiiOII FOR TllItEF. DATS.
tin ami alter H'l .ini, aukii at I. ih.,4. trmiit will lear
foot i. f V1NK Street, PhllH'le'phla, every mornlnn at S A . 1
Al. tntinuay r-xr-pifoi.tne.ie nt tne t auioeti mioau
larlli' and Ititrilan ami lielav.re llav Railroad, to Port
All ninoiitb, and by ihe comuioilhviis aieamer Je.se Hoyt,
tolrotof Atlantic slieet. Itrooklvn : retiirnlne. leave At
lantic Street V h.-M-f everyday (Sundays axoepted), at il
Traveiera wi th etir or N ew York ar notined not to
fthply Sir paspauo hy thla line, the State of New JJawoy1
having uraiilcd to tho Camden and Atnhoy monopoly th
exclusive privileffe of earr luff pa.Neniiers and freirht bi.
tweta tne elites ni rnunnrmnia ami .New ira. lyw-u
W. F. lillll l l ITS, tieiiorai Superintendent.
-It'EST CHESTER AND rUILADELPHIA
11 KAlLhtlAH, VIA MKDIA.
s it i 1 1 auiia "vi iem r.rvx.
On and after FRIDAY, April 1, Ihm, the Trains will lear
as lollows :
Leave liilladclnhla. from the Depot, comer of TirtRrT-
Fllo-T and MARKKT M reels, 8 A. M , U i A. M..J J0
1'. V l'50P. M.,8-4,'. P. M. ,
I'hllad-I hia Depot chanced rrom F.II1IITF.ENTH ana -tlAUkK't
bUcsls to H1IH1Y t.RBT aud MAitaUbT '
,eave went ciicAter. from the Depot on East MARKET
Blnet.S Sfl A. M.,7-4 A. M 11 A. M ,J P. M.,4 4AP. M. ' ,
The cure of the Wet Philadelphia I'a.senuer Rallwa
Company l Market strtit)HIU convey l'aeteruier to au4
rroui Uie rniiaiieipiua im pot. , ,
ON St'ND AYfl. ' ' ;
l eave Philadelphia at u M A . M . and MO P. M .
Train, leavlns riillaileiphlaut HAM. and' 4-JO P.M., f
and est Chesu-r at i'-. A. m. and 4 -lo r. .vt., connect
with trnlna nn the Philadelphia and Baltimore Central
Railroad air Oi lord and intermediate pninla.
Ja4-tf 11K.NHY vool),iinerjlbuperlnlandnt
-Il'EST JERSEY RAILROAD LINES.
11 Commeiirint TUUICSIIAV, Brpiember 1 , Isoi, lTul
Vt aJaut BUect Wharf.
FOR OAPK MAY. ' ' n'
At 10 A. M.and 3 P.M. - .:
For Balem and Hrldtetnn. Sb A. M snd 4 P.M.
For OlAHsboro, at 9 and 10 A. M., and 1 and 4 P. M .
For Woodhnry, Ac.a' Hand H M .1, 4. and P. M. '
For Gloucester. Ac. at A. M.. 1'.' M..3.4 and P.M.
kKTl'RNINti TRAINS LBAYK
Ospe May at li and 11 4A A, M.
MlUvlDc at8 07 A.M .amrl'Mi P.M.
Salem at II A. M., and 116 P. M.
Btldeeton atS IS A. M., 1 HOP. M.
(llassimro at 7 10 and H-IT AM., a !!, and S M), P.M.
VV.Kidburr at 7,7 4U and 9 47 A. 41., aud IM, aud 3 39,
!". . , K
Tnlt WEST JPRSEY E YPRF.S8 COMPAWY,
Office, "o. SWAI NI T Street, will call for and deliver
Bayir'sc. and allrnd to all the usual branches of Express
business. A special messenger accompanies each train.
J. VAN KKNSSKI.AEK, -SO
A D I N O
r.KF.AT THI NK T.INE
F1I0M PHir.AIKI..-IIIA TO TUB INTERIOR 0
PENNMi LV AMA.TIIK Kl'liU VI.KI1.I,, HC8
KfiRTII, NOKTIIWEBT. AND TUE CANADA.
Leave the Cimpuny's Depot, at TIIIRTF.KNTtl an
CAI.I.0W1III.L Slreeta. Plilladclulila, at tha foliowUn
noui a Ar'
unnviun utir. tl
At 8 H A. M., for Rrailliw, l.ooanon, Eshrata, IJtt.
Columbia, llarrhliurv, Pottsvllle, Plueurove, Tamao.ua.
Sunhury, Wllham.iort, Kliulra. U.Kiheler, Ntauar Falla.
Ruilalo. Allei.Uiwn, Wl kesbarre, l'ltut-m, York, Carllale.
Charaberi-bunr. llsaerslov. n. Ac.
1 he train coum cta at READING with East PennayrvaJ
ma Railroad traina tor Alientown. Ac. the Heaains ana
Columbia Railroad lor KDhrata. l.lliz. and Columbia, and
wllh the Lehanon Valky train for llarrl.burs, Ac. ;al PtsttC
A'l.lMTtiM wan t;aittwinsa itaurnaa iraius lor wuaesiaxre
Wlllianisiiort, Lock Haven, Flmlra, As.: at 1IAHHIB
lll'RO with "Northern Central," "Cumberland Valley,'
and "Schuylkill and Snaiiac hauna" trains for Norttum
berland.W Uliami'P''rt .Yi k.chauiber.liurs, PlDesrov,M
A KITH MX IN KM'UKSS
Leaves Phlladi lulila at 3 ;i(i P. M. for Headln, Pott,
tile. Plnejtrov, llarrlsbara-. Ae , cnnneotttilf t Harris,
burn with Pemoiylvuiii Central trains lor PiltslairK, CO.,
northern t eniral llaliraail trains rur nunDiiry, ivorinam
berland, Flmlra. Ac, end at Port Clinton with Catawlase
Railroad train for Miltou, WUUauujort. Kluura. JJuffalo,
Leave. RcadiLK at r.-uo A. M , stoppinit at all way la-
llnna. arrtvlovln plill.aelnhia ut H'l.t A U.
Returulns, Ii aves riulatlulji lua at 6'UU P. M. ; arrives U
neiininir at n (Ai r. at.
Trains for Philadelphia Rave llarrlnburg at 8 A. M., an
Pottsvllle al IclA A. M , arrlilng In Philadelphia at 1'
P. M. Aremoon tralua Icate llurrlaoueu at -J P. M
1'olti.vllle at '.Kill P. VI.. arriving In PlilUdelnhla at 7 P. M
Market tiains. with a pa.senRer car altaohad, laav '
l-iuiaaeipiita at t i . at , lur Heaaiuk ana an way stauorw
leave Readmit at 1'.', noon, and DovntUtown at l'i SO"
II. tor Philadelphia and all way stations. - '
All the above trains ran dallv. Sundnva axeeDted. t
Sunday trains lent 1'utlsvUl at 7 'HO A. M., and Phfla,
aeipuiuais ii i- m.
C1IKBTF.R VALLEY RAILROAD. .
Pa.aenuers (or Downinutown and liiurmadlal nolnt
take ll.eb li A. M.anat.i:0P. M. trains from PliiladelphK.
returiuni Uein jjowniiujtown at In A, M., ana iri
HLW YOHK EXPRESS FOR PITTSIIUBQ AJTD TH
VYKST. , .
L.-avcs Kew Y'ork at 7 p. M., pulsing Readlns at 12 mlL
nll'ht, and couutLtltih-ax lla:i,s-uis Willi Peunsylvaa'
llallroad Kxp'ess liain. for Pitt.lmrg.
Itettiriilna Kxliress train leaves tlarrlaburvoai arrival .'
the Felilisylvania Kapler. (rota Plllehurg at S SOA-lf l"
passinii Keuiiiag ai a to a. m., aim arnvins at saw rut,
at 1'46 P. M. Slt-epirt Cai accoinpnnr these tralr
throiitrli, between Jersey City and Pittsburg, wttao
s Mali t rahii for Kew York leave Ilarrishurg St S A.
audi P.M. M ail train lot llarrmbarg leav J4w Ion
at 6 A.M. and V! M. ,
SC1U U.KH.L VAM1T RAILROAD. '
Tralna Irave Pott. vine at 2 16 A. M. aad S JOP. M , rt
tutninn h-ooj 1 oscarora at K Id A. M . and 4 ii P.M.
BCIII'Y l.kll.L AM) St;SOI EllANNA RAILROAD.
Trains b-ave Auburn at a 46 A.M. for l'lnefrov at
llarnxburi', aud at I'WI and 7 In P. M rur Plneirrov ona
returnitni frouiilnrrrsliuri: at 1 ati P.M., aud from Flu.
srovaalSUi A. At., and 4 am! f, P.M.
Throarh frat-claaa tlck.i. and amlimnt tickets to I V
ti, e prmcipai pouiu in tne Sonli and west and Canada
Tiie follow inv IJeki'U axe ootula.vlileonlv al the otic
B llHADFOHeV Treasurer. No m 8. FOI'HTbt Sir.
Phliade:pl la. or of (1. A. Mt'Oi.LS, General BuperuiMi
dent, Rradlng :
At JS per ce t. di.couui, Liv, ecu auy paints dralrtt
for lamiliea and flim..
Ucnd f. lan nules, bamaea all point i, at SI at a
for laininea aud urm..
For three, six, nine. or twelve months, foe solders oat"
to all point, at reduced rales.
lieilitlnirnn Iho line of the road will be furnished wit i
rams, entitling tuerjisslves aad wives to tickets atba
From Philadelphia to principal stations, gooJ for Batm ' ,
day. Sunday, and Monday, at reduced fare, to be had oul If' " ""
at the Tlcaetoaice.atiaiRTKKNTH andCALLOWUU'' lort
FKKlliHT. I ,(l
oooai or an acscripiions torwaroea to u uie anov
points, irom the compauy s new lrelut dapot, xlUDA
Leave Philadelphia dallv at S A. M., 1 P. M .and P. Ml
iHcauvs, ioanon, iiarnsbiirg, roiisvisa, 1 on (Jua
toa, ana pouJia oeyuua.
Close at the Philadelphia Post omc for all place on 11
road and lis branches at 6 A. M., aud for Ui prliiolpi
JoUH. F.hlE RAILROAD. lOO'l i
T ale ureal line trevar.ee tha H or ilium and Xorshw.ii
oountlt-s at Pennsylvania to the city of Erie on Lake Krtt
i nas oeeu lea.oa oy ine l E.Ar.ftt l.VANIA KA1L.11UA
COMPANY, aid under tlielr atwpioee 1 twlag aapui1
unfiled tliroUkliout It. enliru l.MiHth.
It Is now In tree for Passenger and rrelirtit .elns rVo l
JIamsburg lo Fmporlum. C.tfi nilksl.on uu) k,au;ru Dim
sion. ana iroui Oheai.id to tula (7S asiioa), oa ui n ewr
tiwv nr p.aeKitua TSliKliT pulLADILrttia.
Mall Train W aves HMO A.
axprasa Train kavca avMOF.;
Cars run Uu'oiiiUB wiTnoi'T chakok both ways on the
trains baawaea l'liuadelpiiiaaad Look, lla.au, aad betwa.
ll-ni..ra Bi,a l.nl'L liVeil.
F.legaat leetlng Cars e the Kxpreat Train both wsyf
For Uilrmauoo r.o.wuiis rumuvw uuainesa, apply
the 8. K. cm nor ot aXKY S.STII and M AktvC 1' Huel.
An lor r reigiu uu.uoe. 01 uie v uiuuiuiy a Agent.
n. xs.lvmx.ioii,er.,voiuv w.v 1 Lbs 114
J. W. fleyiiolu., Ksaa. . . vi
t. M. Hani, Asout, JJ. . 0. K., UalUmor.
General Tret! Agent. Paliadeiphla,
l.twis W HuilPr. .
Oeaeral Ticket Agent, Puiarieipbia 1 1
JiiSKIMI ri p, .e-f-a
Vsacral Mauager, WlakaatspV
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