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1864. A_RRANGEDIEB - TS OF
NEW YORE - .LINES._ _ .1864.
he . .en and Amboy and Pedladelprila and
'Trenton Railroad Companies' Lines from PhDs
•lelphia to New York and Way Places . _
FROM WALNUT" STREET WHARF,
• Will leave ag follows, - *la JFABL
At 6 A. M., Camden and . Amboy,
and .-Accoramodalaon. ' .$2 23
At &I M. - , via Calnden and _ Jersey ; Cit Morning Express O.
At 8A: M., via Minden and - Jersey City, 2d
At 12 HI.; via Camden and Amboy, O. and •
A. - Accommodation
At 2P. M. via Camden and Amboy,. v.• and
A. Express ' " 300
At IP. M. via Camden and Amboy, Accom , •
modation (Freight and Passenger) 175
At 6, P.M. via Camden and Amboy, Ae.coin
mbdation (Freight• and Passenger), Mt
. Class Ticket 225
2d Class do. 1 EC
At 7X P. M., via Camden and Amboy Ac-
coilunoaation (Freight and Passenger' a) Ist
Class Ticket 3 25
2d Clas do. • 150
For Mauch Chunk, Allentown, Bethlehem'
BeiVidere, Easton, . Lambertville, Flemington'
Zoe:, ,at 3P. Id.
For,Mount liolly.Evamgvtiis and Pemberton, at
• A . 2 and 5.P..111.
Fru' Freehold, at 6 A.EL and 2P.M.
For Palmyra, Riverton, Delano, Beverly, Bar:
n• Florence, Bordentown, be., at 6A. M.,
l U MV• 1,3, 5, and 6 P.' M. The 3 and SP. Id-
Lines run direct through to Trenton.
For Palmyra., Riverton, Delano, Beverly and '
Burlington at 7 P. BL
Steamboat Trenton for Bristol. Burlington,
BeverlY, Torresdaie and Tacony at 9.30 A. M. and
2. - 30 51.
LINES FROM KENSINGTON DEPOT
Will leave as follows!
At 1.60 A. lit, (Night) via Kensington and Jersey
City, Washington and New York Mail.
At 11.15 A'. via Kensington and Jersey.
City E.tpress 3 CO
At 4.30 P. 111.. via Kensington and Jersey
City, Express 368
At 6.45 P. M.. via Kensington and Jersey
City, Washington and New York Express 3CO
Sunday Lines leave at 1.30 A. IIL and 6.45 P.
X. There will be no line at 1.50 A. M. (Night)
en Mondays. •
For Water Gap, Stroudsburg, Scranton, Wilkes
bazre, Montrone Great Bend, Manch Chunk, Al
lentown, Bethlehem, Belvidere, Easton,Lam
t le Fleinington &a., at 7A. M. This Line
connects with the Train leaving Easton for Mauch
Chunk'at 3.30 P. X. -
For Bristol, TrentOu, ice.. at 7 and 11.15 A. X.
and 5 P. X.
For Holmesburg, Tacony, Wissinoning, Brides
burg and Frankford, at SI A. M., 5, 5.45 and BP.
For New York, and -Way lines leaving Ken
sington Depot, take the cars on Fifth street, above
Walnut, half an hour before departure... The (Jars
run into the Depot, and on arrival of each Train,
run from the Deriot.
Miry pounds Of baggage only, allowed each Pas
senger. Paiisengers are prohibited from taking
anYthing asbaggage but their wearing apparel.
All baggage over fifty pounds to be paid for extra.
• The Compasy lixidt their responsibility for baggage
to One Dollar per pound, and will not be liable for
any amount beyondsloo, except by special contract.
Graham's Baggage Express will call for and
deliver baggage to the Depots. Orders to be left at
No. 3, Walnut street.
May 2, 64 Will. H. GATZDEM Agent.
LINES ,FROM NEW YORK FOR PICILLIDEL
; PICEA, WILL LEAVE • •
FrOM foot of Cou.rtiand Street at 1.2.111. and 4 P. DI.
via Jersey City and Camden; at 7, 10 A. iffL
6, P. .11. and 12 (Night) via .Tersey City and
From foot of Barclay street, at 6 A. nt., and 2 P.
DI., via Amboy - and Camden.
From Pier No: 1, North River, at 12111.,4 and
P. M., (Freight and Passen g ers ) Am boy )and
MINGTON AND -,BALTI
-16.11.-41114ANGE, OF HOURS.
OW and .alter 'MONDAY, May. 2, 1864, Passenger
Trains leave Philadelphia for
Baltimore at 4.30 (Express Mondays excepted),
8.05 A. M., 12 00:M. , 2 30 arid 10.30 P. M.
Chester at B.osmnd 11.15 A.M., 1.33, 2.30, 4.30,
0, awl 11 P. IStr.
Wilmington,_at 4.30 (Mondays excepted), R. 05
/1.15 A. 31 . 4. 1.302.30,4.30; 6, -10.30 mid 11 P. M.
New Castle at B. 05 A. EC. and 4.30 P. M.
Dover at S. 05 - A. M. and 4.30 P. M.
3111tord at 8.05
Salisb Itt 8. QS A. N.
_ a or leave
Baltimore at 8. f 45,.. 9. 40 A. M: (Express), 1.10,
5.25 and 7.25 P.. M.
Wilmington at 6.45,:9.00 A. .M. ;12, 21, 1.00, 1.55,
4, 4, as 7.30, 9. W. and 1L 12 P. M. .
Salisbury at 1 P. M.
Milford at 3.35 P. N.
Dover at 6.30 A. M. and 4.55 P. X.
New Castle.atB.3o A. X., and 6.55 P. M.
Cheater at 7.38,:9.40 A. X., 1,00, 3.30, 6.00, 8.14
9.40 and 11.45 P. IL -
Leave Baltimore for Salisbury and intermediate
stations at 7.25.?. M.
Leave Baltimore for Dover and. intermediate eta
tions at LlO P. M.
Trains.for Baltimore leave Chester at 8.40 A. ht.
3.00, and 11.05 P. M. Leave Wilmington at 5130
9.25 A. M.,.3.35 and 11.40 P. 3L
Freight train witliPassenger Car attached wil
rnn as follows:
Leave:Wilming'on for Perryville and intermedi
ate places at 7.45 P. M.
SUNDAYS--Only at 4.30 A. •NE. , and 10.30 P.
X., from Philadelphia to Baltimore. From Phila
delphia to Wilmington. at 4.30 A. M., 10.30 and
11 P. M. From Wilmington to Philadelphia at
7.30 anill;hr P. M. Only at 7.25 P. M., from
Baltimo Philadelphia. •
H. P. KENNEY.
GERMANTOWN AND NOR
On and after December 7th, 1863.
- OR ERMANTOWN.
LaaTe Philadelphic-6, 7,8, 9, 10, 11, 12, A. DI.;
1,2, 3.10, 4,5, 6,17, 8, 9,10. 11 and 1:2 P.M..
Lasire Germantown -6,7, 73, 8, 8.20, 9, 10, 11,
12 A.M.; 1,2, 3, 6;.6x, 7,-8, 9, 10 and 11 P.
The 8.20 down train will not atop after
Leave Philadelphia-9.10 A. X. • 2,7, 10 P. N.
. Leave Germantown-13.10 A. lie; 1,6, 9% P. RE.
CHESTNUT HILL •
Leave Philadelphia-6, - -8, 10, 12 A. .81., 2,5%,
5%, 7, 9 and 11 P. X.
Leave Chestnut Hill-7.10, 8, 9.48,.
48 A. N.
1.40, 3.40, 5.40, 6.40, 8.40 and 10.40 P. N.
The 3% aad 5g up trains do not stop on Gernum.
_ " ON SUNDAYS.
Leave Pldladelphis-9.10, A. N..; 2, and 7P. 31.
LsaTeMhestnnt Hlll-7.50 A. N.; , 12.40, 5.40 and
FOR CONSHOHOCKEN AND NORRISTOWN.
Leave - Philadelphia-6, ex, 11.05 A. NE.; 1%, 3,
6.05, 8.05, and 11% P. M.
Leave Norristown-6, 7, 7.50, •9,11 A. 21.;
43( and 6„P. M.
' ON SUNDAYS.'
Leave Philadelphia-9 A. X.-. 2g _P. M.
Leave Norristawn-7% M. SP. RI '
:Leave Philadelphia. --6, B_g, 1145: A, zit.; 1%J7,
4g, 6.05, 8.05, and 11% P. N.'
Leave Manayunk-6%, 7g, 8.20, 9%, 11% A. X.•
2, 3 and 6g P. JAL
• -ON SUNDAYS.-
Leave Philadelphia -9A. AL; 2% and 63/ . P. N.
Leave Blanayunk-7% A. M.; 5% and BP. X.
H. K. SMITH, General : Superintendent,
Depot, Ninth 'and Green street,.
1864. RE-OPENED. 1864.
" PHILADLPHIA. -
t... BALTIMO E RE RAILROAD._WIG
BELGIUM WESTW.63ID VIA. BALTIMORB
AND OHIO ROITIE.
REtird YUNG DEPOT, BROAD STREET,
facilities OH between Philadelphia
nd the wester 4 states, have been Dilly resumed
by the above route, at lowest rates.
(4IIIOS TRANSIT BY FAST FREIGHT
TRAINS without change of cars to the Ohio river.
This route Is now consiter,ed entirely safe from
Lujury by rebel raids, in proof of which the Bahl
more and Ohio Railroad OompanTarygaarantee
owners against loss or damage by WU le i sure,
'whilst in transit on the line of that road.
We have no hesitation therefore Inrespect:rally
eking the confidence and patronage of nipp er&
For further information,
j apply to •
OOLHO N 1c OOWTON,
JOHN S. WI
LS ON, Apnts,ral Freight Agent..
Office, Sixth streets abov e Ghsu'rnit•
- rlEFLAsbuzzia. January 0. 11863.an7-11;
• - OFFICE OF THE ADAMS
-' EXPRESS COMPANY, 320
X s : I.
- :LET, Piximarermnii 4 January
The Adams Express 7 oompany.having enlarge.'
their fatuities "at ashington, 0., by blinding
a Railroad depot, and having acquired additional
capacity.for 4 anneportation, are now prepared .- -10
forurard Heavy Express freights, Packages ani .
Parcels,. toWashing - ton, 0-earget own, Ai ermadria,
Annapeßs, Frederick, Adamstown, Fortress
Monroe, and other places South, occupied bv the
army, at greatly reduced rates. -
Special Itgreemerits made for merchandhte
Large lots. Sutlers' goods and army supplies as
saticfactory prices, on application - at cur ofnce.
Sol4lers' parcels taken at much 1 ese than our 1 181181
Etavy and ky packagee received and re
4elpted for at our depot, Southeast corner of
BROAD and LfietTST , Streeta
g r ORN BZWORAA Baparlatandans.
." - READING RAILROAD.
,GREAT TRUNK LINE
if in ?I •to ELF'HIA TO THE INTERIO9S
OF PENNSYLVANIA, THE SCII
HILL, SUSQUEHANNA, CUMBER
WYOMING VAL.- -
NORTH, NORTHWEST AND THE CANADAIR
Leave the Company's . Depot, THIRTEENT
and CALLOWHILL streets, Philadelphia, at the
following hours : -
MORIUNG MAIL, ••
At 8.15 A. M., for, Reading, Lebanon,. .Rant[.
burg, Pottsville, Pine g rove, Tanis4aus, ( ..StusbarY,
Wamsport, Elinira., Rochester,. Niagara Falls,
Buffalo, Allentown, Wiliresbarre, - Pittston, York,
Carlisle,Chambersbnrg, Hagerstown , An
This rsin connects at READING with the East
Pennsylvania Ralirdad trains for, Allentown, i re .
and with the Lebanon Valley train for Harri sburg,
/co.; at PORT CLINTON with Catawissa Rail
road trains for Wilkeskarie, port, Lock
Facven 'Elmira, Ace. ,• at HARRISBURG with
Northern Central, , Draraberiand " Valley, • and
Schuylkill and Susquehanna trains, for Northum
berland, Willtabnsix/rt, - York, •ilhambersburg,
Pinegrove, - Ace.
, AFTERNOON EXPRESS.
Leaves Philadelphia at 3:30 P. N. for Reading,
Pottsville Pinegrove, ' Harrisburg.; 'Ma, connect.
tag at Harilsburg with Pennsylvania Central Rail
road trains for Pittsburgh, Ac. , Northern Central
Railroad trains for Sunbury, Nortb.umberland,
Ae. and at PortiOlinton with Catawissa
Railroad train for Milton, • WilliArnvorti M.ra
Leavesßeadingat6.3oA. M„ 6 - topping at all . way
Astons; arrives in Philruielphia at 9.25 A. M.
Returning. leavesPhiladelptda at 4.30 P. AL ; ar-
Ives in Reading at 7.25 P. M. •• .
Trans for Philadelphia leave Harrisburg at 8 A
M. and Pottsville at 9.15 A. N.. arriving in ;Phlla,
lelphia at 1.50 P. M. 'Afternoon trains leave Har
' risourg at 2.00 P.M.. and Pottsville at 2.,30
arriving at Philadelphia at 7.00 P. • $ •
Market trams, with a -passenger car attached,
ayes Philadelphia at 1 P. N. for Reading and all
way stations; leayss Reading at 12 Noon, and
Downingtown at 12.7 a P. M. for Philadelphia and
Sall way stations.
All ttie above train .an daily, Sundays excepted.
Sunday trains leave Pottsville at 1,30 A.
'nd Philadelphia at 3. 1.5 P. N.
CITEISTER V - LT IRY RAILROAD.
Passengers for Downingtown and intermediate
points take the 8.15. A. M. and 4.30 P. M. trains from
Philadelphia, returning from Downingtown at 7.05
A. N. and, 12.30 Noon. - •
NEW "YORK EXPRESS, FOR PITTSBURGH
AND THE WEST.
Leaves New York at 7P. X., passing Banditti;
at 12 midnight, and connecting at Harrisburg with
Pennsylvania Railroad Express Train for Pitts.
Returning, -.Empress Train leaies Harrisburg on
arrival of "Pennsylvania Express from Pittsburgh,
)6t 6.30 A. Al., passing-Readlng at 8.45 A. and
arriving at New York at L4SP. M. Sleeping Oar
accompanying these trains through between Jersey
City and Pittsburgh, without change.
$ Na il trains for New 'TOOK leave Harrisburg at El
A. M. and 2 P. N. Mail trains_ for .Harrisburg
leave New Mirk at 6' X. and 12 Noon. •
SCHUYLKILL, VALLEY RAILROAD.
LTrains leave Pottsville at 7.15 A. IL and 3.30 P.
111., returning from Tuscarora at 8.05 A. M. and
L4SP. M. - -
SCHUYLKILL AND SUSQUEILSTRA.
Trains leave Auburn at 3. 45 /IL for Pinegrove
and Harrisburg, at - 10 A. M. and 1.20 and 7.16
P. N. for Pinegrove only ;. returning from Harris.
burg at 7.30 P. M. and from Pinegrove at 8.15 A.
N. and 4 and 5 P. RC.
_ TICKETS. . •
Through first-mass tickets and emigrant tickets
to all the principal poliztsln the North 'and West
The following tickets are obtainable only at - the
Office of S. Bradford. Treasurer, No. 227 South
Fourth street, Philadelphia, or of G. A. Nicolle,
General Superintendent, Reading." •
At 25 pat cent discount between any points de.
aired far families and firms.
Geed for 2,000 miles, between all whits, at $46 35
each, far families and firms.
For three, six, nine or twelvemonths, for Judder
only, to all points, at reduced rates.
- • .CLERGYMEN :
'Residing on, the line of the Road will be fay.
ntrhed with cards, entitling theinselves and wives
to tickets at half-fare.
-EXCURSION TICKETS, ' •
From Philadelphia to principal stations, good
for Saturday, Sunday and Monday, at reduced
'fare, to be had only at the Ticket OM* at Thtr.
tenth and Chdlowhill streets. - '
FREIGHT: - •
Goods of all descriptions forwm•ded to all the
above points from the Company's New. Freight
Depot, Broad and Willow streets.
Leave Philadelphla ,4 d aily at 6A. AL, IP.RL ,
and 6P. . , for - st lig_ Lebanon, Harrisburg,
Pottsville, Port 01intOn, and'ail, points beyond.
Close at the Philadelphia Post ONce for ail
places on the road and its branches at 5 A. X., and
or the principal Stations only at 2.15 P. M.
It. S. . OR. BETHLEHEM,
TON, EASTON; WILUt AMSPOR HAZLE
, WINTER ARRANGEMENTS.
THREE THROUGH TRAINS.
On and after 3110NDAY, Noy. 16, 1863, Passer.-
ger Tralae will leave the NEW DEPOT, THIRD
street, above Thompson street, Philadelphia,
daily, (Sandarix .i cepted) aa follows:
At 7A. ( ress) for Bethlehem, Allentown,
Mauch °kaiak, eton, Williamsport.
The 7A. Ed.. train makes Close connection with
Lehigh Valley Railroad, at Bethlehem, being
e shortest and most desirable route to all points
In the Lehigh coal region.
At 3.15 P. Id. (Express) for Bethlehem, Eas
ton, Zre. . .
This train reaches Easton at 6.40 P. M., and
makes close connection with the New Jersey Oen
tral for New York.
At 5.15 P. H. for Bethlehem, Allentown, Minch
For DoYlestown at 9.15 A. H. - and 4.15 P. M.
For Fort Washington at 10.15 A. H. and 6.15
White care of Second and Third street line
City Passenger Oars, run directly to the new depot.
TRAINS FOR PHILADELPHIA.
Leave Bethlehem at 6.30 A. - Ed., 9.30 A. EL and
Leave Doyiesto*n at 6.30 A. M. and 3.40 P. zit
Leave Fort Washington at 6.40 A. H. and S
Philadelphia for Doylestown at 10 A. la. and 4.15
Doylestown for Philadelphia, at 7.30 A. M. and
Fare to Bethlehem $158,.
. Fare to Easton 158
Fare to Mauch Chunk .., 255
Through Tickets must be procureiri at the Ticket
Office, THIRD street or BERKS...itreet, is order
to secure the above rates of tare.
aplB • , Fr:LIS CLARK, Agent.
PHILAD C HES T E AND
D, V EDIA..—SPRING ARRANGE
MENT.-CHANGE OF DEPOT.—On and after
FRIDAY. April 1,1864, the Trains will leave
Philadelphia, from the DEPOT, CORNER OF ,
THIRTY-FIRST AND MARKET STREETS, ,
(West Philadelphia), at 8.00 and 11.05 A. H. , and
at 2.30 and 4.30, and 6,45 , rP. M. ':Leave West
Chebter at 6.20, 7.45, and 11. 00 A.M., and at 2.00
and 4.45 P. 7L. •
ON SUNDAYS—Leave Philadelphia at 8;30 A.
M.,' and 2.30 P. -M. West Ohester, at 8.00 A. M.,
and 4.30 P.
The Trains leaving Philadelphia at 8 00 A. M.,
and , 4. 30 P. M. connect at Pennellton with trains
on the P. &B. C. R. R., for Concord, .Kennett,
Oxford, &c., &c.
Passengers are allowed to take wearing apparel
only, as Baggage and in no case will the Company
be liable for an amount exceeding 8100.
apt HENRY WOOH,'Gen. Supt.
At l T t ltatE r'Pal Otig TVA ) .
Ica —bPRING ARRANGEMENT.—
On and after FRIDAY, Anna 1, 1864 the trains
will leave Philadelphia frOm the Deloot of- the W.
O. and P. It R, corner of THIRTY:-,FIRST
and. MARKET- Streets, (West Philada.); - at 13.80
A. M and 4 30 P. M.; leave Oxford at 6.30 A. M.
The train leaving Philadelphia at 8 00 A. M.
connects at Oxford with a daily line of stages for
Beach Bottom in, Lancaster county; - returning,
leaves Beach Bottom to connect at Oxford withthe
afternoon train for Philadelphia.
Passengers are allowed ;to take .- .wearing apparel
only as baggagsi, and in no case will the company
be liable for an amount'exceeding $lOO. - •
apl HENRYWOOD. Y Gen'l Supt.
• _ - PIiILADELPH.La. AND ET..
MIRA RAILROAD LINE. ,
1 . WINTER ARRANGEMENT.
For Williamsport , Scranton, Elmira , Buffalo,
Niagara Falls;. and all points In the West and.
Northwest. Passenger Trains leave the Depot of
Philadelphia andißeading Railroad, non BROAD
and CALLOWHILL streets, at 8.15 A. AL and
1:20 P. Pd. daily, except Sundays.
QUICKEST:ROUTE from.PhiladelPhia points--
In Northern and Western Pennsylvania, W'estern
New York, A-c., dco. . Baggageohecked through to
Suffalo, Niagara Falls, or intertlediate pa i nts
For fartaer information. apply to
TORN S. ILILLES, General Agent, -
. Thirteenth and Callowhill streets, '
aos and ntAlra W par ~ Z irth and ralasettai,
CORKS, 50 Bales of Spanish Uorks just received
'and for sale, Iiy,DATA;RTT 6c.SON.l29South
.TRE DAILY. v giviva BULL-TO rkaili ES - IP ':: 111:Y :1 4 ' -11864
D:354—P .E NNSYL V a. ri/
- 050 'MILES DOUBLETRACK !G
THE SHORT. ROUTE TO THE: WEST.
Trains leave the Pep:A at Eleventh and Di - arias:
streets; as follows:. - - - .
Mail Tain at " ' B.OEI A. lA.
Fast Line at.... 5.
Through 'Express e
it 10.30 P. /51.
,Parksburg,T - Mix, " ; . .. • LOO "
Harrisburg Acc4mmoda.tion . .
' I Lancaster Train at.. - '4.00
Th' :4frgEt4in SEM * daily—ail thc
Rater trailis.i.litily.except SfihaV.
FOR PITTSBURGH AND lath. WEST.
" The Mail, Train, ,Fast Line and Through EL
press connect at "Pittiburglk with 'through trains on
all the diverging. roads • front that -point ; North to
the Lakes, West to the, Mississippi and 'Missouri
Rivers, and -Sonth and ' Sauthwest to' all points
accessible by railroad.
INDIANA BRANCH RAILROAD.
The Tlirettgh, Express 'connects at Blairsville
Intersection - With a train on tWs Road for Blairs
ville Indiana, gm. '
EIiENSBUREF AND 'CRESSON BRANCH
The Through Express Train connects et Cres
son at 10.-4.5 A. RI: with a train no this road fox
• Ebensburg. A train also leaves Cresson for Ebens
burg at 8.45 P.
HOLLIDAYSBURG- BRANCH RAILROAD.
The Mail Tram and Through Express connect
at Altoona with trains for Hollidaysburg at 7.55
P.M. and 8.40 A. rii.
• TYRONE. AND CLEARFIELD BRANCH
The through Express Train connects at
With Trains for Sandy Ridge, Philipsburg, Port
Matilda, Mileebnrg and Bellefonte. '4
HUNTINGDON AND. BROAD TOP'BAIL
The Through 'Repress Trans connects at Hun
ingdon, with a train for Hopewell and Bloody
Run at 6.55 A. Id.
NORTs=frmlY CENTRALND PHIMADELe
PHIA AND ER TV RAILROADS.
FOR SITRIIIIILY. WILLIAISAPORT: LOOK Harsh
and all points on,the Philadelphia.and Erie 11.•
and EnsitsA, - Roonatirrns; BIISFAI..O AND N LAGAR
FALLS. Passengers taking the Mail Train at 8.0
A. Alt , and the Through Express at 10.30 P.
(Daily, exc.-pt Sunday,) go directly through with
out change of cats between Philadelphia and Wil
For YORK, HANOtER and GETTYSBURG
the trains leaving 8:00..A. M., and 2.30 P.con
nect at Columbia with trains on the North Central
T;si CuMBEHLAND VALLEY RAILROAD.
The Wail Tritins , and Through' Express cornet
at Harrisburg with trains for Carlisle, Chambers
burg and Hageratown. ' • •
WAYNESBURG BRANCH .1 1 / 1 11,11,0A.D.
The 'Trams leaving at 800 A M. and. 2Se
P. M. connect at Downingtown with Trains or.
this road lor Waynesburg and all intermediate
MANN'S BAGGAGE EXPRESS.
An Agent of this•reliable Express Company will
pass throngh each train before reaching the depot,
and take up checks and deliver baggage to any part
of the city. Baggage will be called for promptly
when orders are left at the Depot-Elev
enth and Market streets—. The traveling public
are assured that st is "entirely responsible.
For farther fulmination, apply at the Fasienger
Station, S. E. corner of Eleventh and Market
streets. 'JA at'ES COWMEN,
Ticket Agon t.
An Emigrant AccommoodatioirTrala leavea No.
137 Dock street daily, (Sundays excepted,) at Leo
For fall information, apply to
FRANCIS FMilf, lltalgrant Ager.t,
No. 127 Dock atr=
By this roue freights of all description can be
lion:yarded to and from any point on the Railroads
of Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin,
lowa, or Missouri, by railroad direct, or to any
port on the 112Vrigado3 riyerra of the West, by steam.
are from Pittsburgh.
For freight contracts or shipping directiOns, ap
ply to S. B. KINGSTON, Jr., Philadelphia.
Jan 9 , General Superintendent. Altoona. Pa.
WEST JERSEY RAILROAD
—Running time of trains, com.
niencmg AY, April 18, 18014.
IMOD! WALNUT STREET WHARF.
For Cap e
f May at 9A. 31.. Returning at A. EL
For eville, icc. at 9A. M. and 3P. M. Re.
. turning at 8 09 and no P. M.
For Bridgeton, &c. at 9A. M. and 4P. M. Es.
turning at 6.10 1. M. and 110 P. N.
For Salem, Ate., at 9A. TCL and 3 and 4 P. Dl
_ Returning at 4 and A. M. and 130 P. IL
For Weoirtury, kc., at 9 A. EL and 3, 4 and 6P.
45 P.M. Returning at 7.00, 7.48, 9.33 A. Er.. and
J. VAN RENSSELARR, Superintendent.
Running time o; trains, eammememigatONDAY,
From Walnut . Street Wharf at 9 A. M. and
4P. M. Freight 12 M. Returning, leave Salem
at 6.10 A. M. and 1.10 P. EL
Freig , ht daily each way. Apply to. MORTON
Agent, Rd Covered Pier below Spruce '
J. AN RENSSF.r. vw, superintendent.
CAPE MAY AND IdILLVELLE RAILROAD.
Running time of trains, commencing MONDAY,
April 18, 1E54, from . Walnut Street Wharf.
For Cape .Island, Court Rouse, Dennisvillo,
Ttickahoe, Port Elisabeth, and by connecting
lines of stages to all parts of Cape May county, at I
A. N. Returning, leave ()ape /eland at 6A.
Due in Philadelphia at 10.15 A. NI.
Freight sent or brought daily. Apply to MOR
TON MILLS, Agent, fd covered Pier below
Spruce street. •
SO 12 3: VAN ItENSSFT.A.FIR; Supt.
ERIE RAILROAD. 1654.
it = great t•e traverses the llorthern an.
northwest counties of Feruasylvania to the city Q
Erie, on Lake Erie.
It has been leased'by the Penniyivaniallailroad
Compluiy; and under their auspices . is being rap.
Idly opened throughout its entire length.
It IS now, in use for. Passenger' and Frelgiit bust.
liens : .from" Harrisburg to Emporium. 11f4
) on the Eastern Division, and from
Sheffield to Erie (78 milk) on the Wearer".
IIYH OD PAE3BEINGER TRAM AT PHILADELPHIA.
Train ik 00 A. .Pd.
Express . Train 10.341 P. hl
Mrs run through without change both ways on
these trains between' Philadelphia . and Lock
Etaven, and between Baltimore and Look Haven.
Elegant Sleeping Cars on Express Trains both
rays between Williamsport and Baltimore, and
Williamsport and Philadelphia.
For information respecting Passenger business,
apply at the Southeast corner of ElevriXda and'
And for Freikht business of the Company's
S.' B. Kingston, Jr., Cor. Thirteenth and. Mar
cat sta., Philadelphia. .
J. W. Reynolds, Erie.
J M. Drill, Agent N. aR. B: Baltimore. •
H. if. HOUSTON,
tleneml Freight Agent, Philadelo r Mm
L. HOUP' , •
eoneral Ticket A E ge W n l t S , Philadelpihia.
JOSEPH D. POTTS,
mho General Manager. Williamsport
111 HE RELI 4NI rs; iNSURANOR COMPANY
' OF PHILADELPEELei•
incorporated in 1841._ Charter Perpetual.
OFFICE No. 308 WALNUT Street
. Insures,against loss or damage by FIRE,
HOUSES, STORES AND OTHER BUILDINGS;
Limited or perpetual: and 'on FURNITURE,
GOODS, WARES. and MERCHANDISE..
CAPITAL 0200,000. ASSETS 6387411 86.
Invested in the following securities, lag
First Mortgage on City Property, well
secured • 6106, 908 66
Limited States G=overnment Loans 119,000 06
Philadelphia City 6 per cent. Loans.... 50,008 86
'Commonwealth of Pennsylvania 6 per .•
cent *3, 000, 000 Loan • 18,000 00
Prmnsylvania Railroad let and 2d Mort
gage. Low:93. 3 50 0 0 6 . 0
Camden and Athboy Railroad Com
pany's 6pe ce Loan • 6,ecte es
Company's a per cent. Loan
Huntingdon and Broad Top Railroad 7
pet cent.. Loans 4,568 M
Commercial Bank of Penn'a. Stock,.... 10,090 08
Mechanics , Bank Stock.4,ooo 09
county •Fire Insurance • Company's
Union utual Insurance Company's
Reliance Insurance Company of Phila.
- delphia Stoat • 2,500 60
'Loans on collaterals, well secured 2,250 00
&corned interest 5, 992 00
Cash in bank and on hand 16,587 86
Worth at present market value .. . .... ft 399, 664 3_15
elem.Tingley," I • Benj. W. Tingley,
Wm. R. Thompson, f Robert Tolman,.
Samuel Bisphara, I Wm. Stevenson
R.obert Steen, • . Hampton L. Cal
William Blasser, I hlarshall Hill,
Charles Leland, • I •
S. Johnson Brown;
Thos. H. Moore. , • -
CLEM TINGLEY, President.
Tiros. O. 1111.1.. Secretary. jal-f m w-iy§
M - borsi:s SCalodHer:
ring; 3i65 .bOxes NO. 1 Herring per Champion
lorpale by F. . SOUDER t3O • r Dock miuel
at'o'''-A STEADI WEEHIPI TO LI V ...., -
O .-,.9" ....YOOL, uraelmrtt . -at 41:TEENSTOW!....
"•.,M )•-The well-known Steemers,of tr...
:,/rezpool, New Yom aml PhiladelplziaSteamghly,
. 1017. -1 7 : 7 : VY are tia4mded to, sail as follows:
EDINIEURGH - 3 -'' ' ..0. - Saterday, Nay 7
arY. OP WASHINGTON' ....;Satarday, May 14
Ar'd eteiy succeeding Sat,iird#,Trat Nes% WY,
1A1%44 Nortls-1/1-ter.' -
__. RATES OP PASSAGE:
BOLD OA ITS INVIVALENT ISX MM.
2332031 e. .
it cabin: . . . ... ... see ',Steerage. ' 0.. ..Bas ea
A cabinl. o Londpn. 85 , Do, tp . i:ond - oxl 34 OE
st Oafkls..! CO Paris..' ., 8.0 , Do. to Perk., 48 Oa
at Cabin - to'Rattlbllg - 80 Do. tonamlrarB 37 Pt
.1' asset:gen 1%180 forwlmied to Ham, Erman,
iottedata, Antwerp,-/se.--,atequally low'rates.
Faissz ssoz Livz:e2o4 -Oa QVACEMETO2I..-
• Irst Cablla, 875, 825, $lO5. .SteeTztBt-#P3* AtY.Z.
;:o 01 Cu.! Qneertstown, 835. Theee no v7lals to
-enletlfor thel! .. friends °sr: Illy ttokete_lt :re at thew
Ofac faithoi . I r.fornihtios. apply at tlit, Comps
7 T4 3-
es. ~ TOE& G. - ' Agent. '
. • 111 Waluat strew;, Plldladelpl4lB.
.STEAMSLUP LlMB—Cnifying the U..
Saturday -May 7t - laTtie splendid
new steamship eAIELOLINA, Belkely, ans.ster,
will receive - wliat'ireight'offers and sail as abive.
For fieight or .passage; apply to J. E. BAILEY& CO., S. WA/Lives say2-st,
Be:ST . Oli APiD PLULa.D.E.Lp.iitc.
S TBANSHIF'LLITE--Sailuagfrom eact
port on Saturdity.-From first wharf above Pint
:treat, Philadelphia, and Long wharf, Boston, oa
•SattardaY, May 7, 1864.
The sieambhip SAXON,itlatthews, master, will
sail 'from Philadelphia on Saturday, May 7th, at
10 A. M., and steamship rionat AN, Baker,
master, from Boston on• Saturday, May 7th, at 4
Them new and snhatantal Steamships form
repass line„ ealling_trom each port puncrar-Ily Oz
Insurance at one-half the premium charged It,
Teeseit3. - . •
Freight taken at fair rates.
Shippers are requestedlo Send slip - receipts And ,
hills of lading with Allah% goods.
For freight or purist:it; tiavmeißle accommoda•
lions, apply to If Y. WINSOR it - 00.,
332 South Delaware avenge.
~, FOE NEW Yl=Allt. —IiEsPATO,E
and SIiTIFT , ,SURE LINES—Via Reis
ware and ,Earltan (3*lFtl —Tb.e sa..v.ere of tlgdp,
tines tare leaving daily at v. 131•1.00111
O'clock, P. M., froin Mini Pier above Walnot at
For freigl4, which will - be taken on ace:memo.
dating terrag, apply to I,VELL,Lazi. DI. BAIRD
CO., 1= South Delaware aTenne.
FOR NEW YORK—New Daily Lint
DelaVntre'and Raritan' o^-nal-
Zelphla end Nel9 York Express Stems:lb:at
Cknnpany will receiveTreight and leava daily at 5
P. 31., delivering their cargoes In Now York Ms
Freight taken at ronsonsasio
• • , ThSciuth WherveS, Philade.
JAMES HAND L Agent,
7725-U Fiera H and.l.s•East River; N. T.
FUR 11.4.RTFORD, Goan.—Direct:
The Philadelphia Ste.ani Proitaller Ckan,
aey • s Etentner Ornmley, muster, non
loading acthe ascot' a witart above Market street.
For rates .01,freIght, Apply on bond or to Will, /41.
BAIR D OQ., Agee's, 432 South Wharves., ap26
FOR - SAN FRANCISCO. • -
COIXISIAN'S CALIFORNIA LIRE.
aIitLINE I--- ..REGITEJLILLY AS:ADVERTISED
Freight for this Lite sent to NenrYork via Swift
Sure Line at reduced rates. • • ' -
, The splenOittextreme clipper,
- Baker,r, •••
Is now rapidly loading Co
11. }bail/leer. -
This. Utile clipper is new and built at
Newburyport expressly for the California
ani,t 'tuna - Shippers will please examine
this vessel and send their goods down at e a uk s.
wilt only carry abontl,3oo tone, and will be
dispatched in a very few days. For balance-of
freight, apply to MESO.P, SOlit &
If4Arch street. aboveFrow.
giFOR SAN ERANOISOO, Oat. --Direct
from Philadelphia—The last sailing clipper
OLD RlOKORT,'Olidies Callaghan, com
mander (late of the clipper ship Storm' EClnc),
la now loading at OattelPs wharf,caltDmire,
street, and having.lh• bulk of her 0 elgagedt
will have quick dispatch. Shipper will please
hurry their goods alongside, ae this vessel
have quick dispatch, Apply to WORKMAN &
ea . Walnut street.. apl2-tf
seFOR LIVERPOOL—The first class Rea.
Etta ship THE CRAMS, O. A. Baker,
roaster having a large portion of her , cargo en
gr.geo, ticill call soon. For balance of freight, sp.
ply PETER WRIGHT •SONS, I.* Walnut
jattFOß LIVERPOOL. —2oth instant—Tali
nrst class - Neutral packet • snip EMPIRE
B- G. Moran, mane_ .baVtag her cargo
enured, will mil as above. TETER WRIGHT
& eONS. 115 Walnut street. ' ap9-tf
AtFOE ANT WEtiP.—The Al liritlsh bark
O. A. JONES, Francis, master, no 7r.lasol
lug petroleum.. at Willow street wharf, having
Alnee-folartbs of her cargo engaged, will have
quick dispatch. For balance of freight, apply to
E. A. SOLIDER az CO., Dock street Wharf. aV.et
PkFOR liA.Vßß—Petrolerua--The Bremen.
bask PAULINE, OsterJoh, master, is now
petroleum MI for the above port; can take
the balk of five hundred barrels, if appliedfor at
once. Apply to WOR,EXAN 00., 123. Walnut
sakFOR BOSTON—Express Line—The fins
packet schr. QUEEN OF THE SOIJTH-
Lurson, master, is now receiving freight at Ken,
nedy's wharf, above Arch street, and will 'sail
with dispatch. For weight, apply to DAVID
COOPER, 18 Nbith Wharves. ay2 t
faFOR ROSTON—Express Line—The fin.
now schooner &ERIE hi. FaOil, Brier,
theater is receiving freight at the second
wharf above Race street, and• xvl.l/ sail. i for
the above port with prompt dispatch: For freight,
apply to Devil? COOPER. 18 North Wharves.
FOR ALEXANDRIA, GEORGETOWN
and WASBINGTON—Hand's Line,' via
t.tinsi—Oa Wednesday—The solar. AID, Moore;
master, now loading., will sail as above.:: For
freight, apply. to THOS. WEBSTER, No. 14 N.
sl ial FOR 'FREIGHT OR .HARER.
ship Burmah, Beckwith `master 7E tans
itgntei; Br. bark Maria,. Ktllam, master, 6.5(x)
bbls. capacityt.Br. bark Isabella Jewett, Hopktrk,
master, d,ioo bbls. capacity; Br. bark U A. Jones,
Francis, master, 4,200 bbls. capacity; bark Jen
nie kitts, Haskell, master, ;,two bbls. capacity;
Sr.i bark Irma, Russell, master, 2,200'.bb15; capa
city; brig J. W. Spencer, Spencer, master. 3,800
bbls. capacity. For terms, apply to E. A. SOHDER
00., Doak street wharf. ts. ap27
At...A JOHN SHINDL.LR Ir, SONS, SAIL
No. 244 North WAIWES,
yuiestreet, Philadelphia. •
All work done in the best manner and on the
..owest and most favorable terms, and warranted
:o give perfect satisfaction. mtus-tt
Particular attention given to repairing.
tON SIGNEES' , • BEL
PECK, Avery, master, from NeW 'fork,
is now discharging cargo at second wharf above
ii aris et It treat. Consignees will please send for Mei:
goods, and oblige DAVID COOPE/4-18 North
CON SIGH EES' N OTIOE. --British ship RS.
, COVERY, Wilber, master, tram Liver
pool, is now discharging tmder general order at
Sbippen street wharf. Consignees will please at
tend to the reception of their goods. PETER
WRIGHT k. SONS, 'll5 Walnut street. ap23-tf
, T.TN ITER STOOK COMPANY
FIRST-GLASS PIANOS, ef Nevr
York,• also, Worcester's inimit able Patent Ringed Plate Pianos, for sale at No, If
North Seventh street,
A. STANK° WITOiI, , PIANO
TUNER and REPAIRER, removed
to 930 RIDGE avenue, above "Vine,
and is prepared to receive orders as usual. -His-:
many customers bear testimony to his skill and
ability as a correct and - thorough Tuner.. Hai Re
pairing is done in a durable and artistic manner,
as he is a practical Plano Maker; has eight yes.rs'
city experience, -with•the: best references, whicli
can he giVeit. All ordelnlpromptly attended to;
and guarantees to give entire satisfaction.- Pries
for tuning SL Orders from the country accepted, •:
and done very reasonably. inh2-31211'
- AN ASSORTMENT of she pest
New York and Pldladelphta Mann.
featuring, from 6275 upwards
Also, MELODEONS, Harmoniums and Cabins.
Organs. No. 233 South FlPTHstreet, at the Nev
Store, a few doors below WitinUt. P. SOHULEP
Ss Od. ter7-It36*
46387 211 86
(30h5ETS! COR JETS! ! !—MADAME A.
i„J BAHATET has just received from Paris, .a
superb let of light, strong Corset Material,.-for
summer wear. Madame s Corsets are.univxtr,::
sally admired for their superior d ash, elegance of
lit, and durability. ' Ladies are advised_to call
and procure a pair of her Corsets b-fore having
their spring dresses madeup.
4)27. lmi 116 South FIFTEENTH street.,
riCIPPER Pii) YELLOW AISTAE.SELEITIr..
ING, Braziers,Copper, Nails, Bo.:tso.nd Ingot
Copper. constantly on hand., told for sale by
HENRY WIXSOJEC tr. CO., 341 South Wharves
GLOSS 4!G BAEOKLER_
LYON'S PERIODICAL. DROP:,
!IifIWER FAIL TO OURS TkE
LYON'S P=OLIOA/a tißopx
aro a opoolllo for all female . dialeultioo
LYON'S PMUOLIOA.L Irnopa
are wonderfully adapted to obstinate cases.
LYON'S PRRIODIOAL DROPS
an not pleasant to take, butpoviertal tH their
LYON'S PERIODICAL• DROPS
nova harm aim one if they r_4:o9w tII. duroctlalui
LYON'S PRRIODIO,AL DROPS,
n oases of painful 'gammas, act like a atom
irigoratulg, restoring and narrating system
LYON'S PERIODIC 4 D.a.OPE
are azeientilically prepare Auld preparation, ow
Mors reliable than any Pill or Powder.
LYOWS inKRSODIOAL DROPS
an pnulne only, *hen the nionie of Doctor• Jobz
'L. Lyon is written upon the dlzictions, which ars
tnvptd carefully antuid each bottle
LYON'S PERIODIOAL DEOPIS
lire for sale by druggists la city and (solitary entry
LYON' S PERIODIVAL DROPS
001 i Vat One dollarperbottle; will yon waste away
Wifik anxiety and pain t Whan an tuvrinant atom*
dollar will anrely cure you. e.
LYON'S PRSIODIOA.L DROIII
wffirsstorenature to its Maltby comity ivtutteyei
lq t l hu;thgv=axi.
'.. • i •
LYON'S - P ODiO/1.1. DROPS
* * tato at all wltaa tag dlzactlans az* 41.- ~ 4
bared co. '
N' LYON'S PamiLLODICAL DROPS
wtten taken regularly alwa revent stelxisk
sod Is not preyenon better to cure? •
LYON'S XEMODIOAL DROPS
tOtTO lama the Wit of 25 sans' experience.
LYON'S PERIODICAL mtors
toopiTo the encomiums of all who nos them, No
ady should be without them. We WO* letters at
most every day from ladies of the highest realm:
tehtlitY7 telling` n e they would Lot Do without the
Drench Periodical Drops for anything. Could ws
publish the letters we have received, they would
=vino° the•most incrednlens. We nays novels
nand an inatance of a ladywho had been irregular
until tier constitution was nearly broken down.
Her physiotana told her ahe had the Cottanmption,
and mast die. She saw oar advertisement, - sad
come to see tut. We, too. thought she was too nu-
tone to be cured, but commenced at the cause ,witb
She Drops. They acted like a charm; and la-day
the is well and healthy, a living witless of the
Matey of the Preach Periodical Drops, and a re..
sideutof East Hartford, Con.nectiout. If you an
sugaring any of the ills caused by Irregularity, we
askyou to ease them a trial, and recommend them
to your &Meted friends, Ono trial Rill ooirluOi
ho most sceptical, and never after will yon be In
(lucid sobs without It.
PaTOBP S PERIOD/UAL DEOPD
JOHNSTON, HALLOWAT It OOWDZERs
no. n WORTH ,t3lXTlitZarliblA
by all Dauer" ix( medicine evin7wacre
t, 87, liar' horao.
o.e. /Trairt7. 4 00i
wttetsstle Dru,TOstz, Proprieton,
teli-r L, wi
inPEREMPTORY SALE. —THOMAS. la
SONS, Auctioneers.—VEßY ELEGANT
CAJUN TRY. SEAT, - BRISTOL Tll/47„-
Large and 'Splendid MANSION, le '
Coach Rouse and i 23 Acres, adjoining the arm
and Country Seat of Mr. Geo. IL Stuart,formerly
Mr. Caleb Cope's. On TUESDAY, MaY
at 12 o' clock noon, will be sold at Public Sale,
without referee, at the PRILADELESLI-EIX.
CHANGE: All that elegant and valuable Coun
try Seat, containing 22 acres and. VW perches of
land, on the Brisiel turnpike, s miles from the
city,.and 1S miles from the Delaware river;. cal
which is a large and splendid modern Stone Man-
sion, built in the most substantial and best manner
in every respect, and finished throughout in the
most costly and elegant sly le, with all the modern
improvements and conveniences of a city residence
—built by William E. Bowen,Esq.,and recently
owned by the late Mr. R. P. L elver. It is in
complete ortiere-atrrfininded by a verandah 15 fest
wide, supported by , ornamental ce'umns; 11
lest wide, Me. entire depth of the house; elegant
parlors; library, dining-room with fire proof and
pantries on first ilocr; 4 chambers and 2 dressing
rooms on second floor; 6 chambsrs in the third
• story; marine basins, water closets, warm and
coill baths, Sc. The waole home warmed by a
superior farnaze, besides having fire places and -
grates throughout, rendering it a desirable wint.r
as well. as summer residence. The: kache.i.s
and servants' - rooms, chambers: are in
the wings, with superior cellars .under tire:;
whole; laundry, With permanent wash tabs;
water and gas introduced throughout There
'is cm the premises a gardener's 'cottage, -
lodge, orchard house, vineries, conservatory. gas
house, icehouse, milk and. provision - vault, ad_ .
jolt ing, and substantial stable and coach house
The grounds are elaborately improved and in a
high state of cultivation; a superior garden, with
abundance of fruit; a young orchard, fine old and
young forest trees, choice evergreens•and ornaw
mental shrubbery, graveled walks and 'drivee;
large fish pond, .fountain, a pump of fine cold -
water front a deep well, three springs supplying
an abundance of water for all other purposes. It
Is well-known as one of the finest and most desi
rable country places - in the.neighborhood of
Philadelphia, no expente having'. been
spared in the buildings and groubdei
It commands most beautiful views of the
surrounding country and the river Delawaie.
The location is unsurpassed for Iteathfulness. and
the neighborfiood in every way unexceptionable. a ,
Convenient to churches and schools, and very ac
cesfible to cars, steamboats stages, moo., being
but a short drieetrem Tacony Landing, and a few
minutes' walk from Holmesburg Station, and by
pleasant driving roads, and with inereaSedfacill
ties in immediate prospect. .
far' The premises may be examined on any Week
day, except Monday, between the hours of 9 and
1 o'clock, or 3 and 6o' clock; Possession Pith of .
Terms—sue 000 may remaivl on mortgage for a
ter m of years, if desired by a.purchaser,•or the,
whole may be paid in visit;
IR" Clear of all inclambrance.
THOMAS t SONS, Auctioneers,
- 139 and 141 S. Fourth street
0 1 40 , 2 3, 25 , 2 7, 3 0,my2. 4.7, 9. , -
EXDOUTOR'S PEREMPTORY. SALE.
SU Estate of DANIEL S. DAVIS deceased:
THOMAS do- SONS, Auctioneers. --THREE:
STORY BRICK DWELLING, No 717,- SAN
SONE street, between Seventh and Eighth streets. -
On TUESDAY, play lath, 1664, at 12 'o'clock
noon, will be sold at public sale. without reserve,
at the PHILADELPHIA EXCHANGE:
that three story brick metsuage, with three-story
back buildings and lot of grow if, situate on the -
north side of Sense= street, between Seventh and .
Eighth streets, No. 717; containing in Irout,
Sansom street 21 feet 6 inches, and extendlag an. .
depth 91 leen() a 19 feet wide street, called Bennett
street, with, the free use and privilege• ar,said
seet. The house has 'gas,' bath, hot and cold
,water, cooking range, Atc.
far CL'EAR OF ALL 1NC1.Th18R.3.14-6E,
SALE - PEREMPTORY. Sloo to be paid at the
time of save. BY ORDER. OF-EXECUTORS.
.TRODIAS , .is SONS; Auctioneers, •
ap2l3my4A9 Nos 139 and 141 South Fourth' St_
.REAL •ESTATE.-- THOMAS t SONS'
SAL E. — THREE-STORY BRICK ST 'RE_
AND DW FIXING, No. !WA MARKET ST. .
10thEIGHT EENl'HStreet: On TUESDAY:
y , 1864, at 12 'o'clock, Mon, will be sold
at Public Sale r at the PHILADELPHIA. EX
CHANGE, all. that ' three-story brick, ,mess"cmge
'with three-story back buildings and.lotokground:.
situate on the north side of Market' street.. 178 :feet
west of Eighteenth street, No. 182 i; containing in[
front on Market street 2.: feet, and eitending In
depth 180 feet to a 20 feet alley; with 'the 'free osG
at d tbereof. It is .occupied as a Utoret
and dwelling, contains 10 rooms; &o.
Mt' Clear of all incumbrance
M. THOMAS & SONS, Auctioneers,
ap2B-m4, 9 139 and 141 S. Fourth street,
ANNVARI" S TROCHES, for • the care of
Hoaraeness;•:Throat - Diseases, As. I t are spe
cially recommended to public speakers, as
the mo=t efficient remetty'satant for the above tits
eases. Wopresent s but one of the many testimonials
in our possession: • - •
C. A lthlSßuitd. Feb Stb, 181.
Brown's A. BeJoa nn venr —Dear sire I have used
Brtmchial Troches, Wistar' a Lozenges,
and othel i preparations for hOarseness and throat
troubles, and in;!comparison with •them ail; can
cheerfully commend your own as a most, admira
'ble' specific, for public speakers and singers, 111
eases of hoarseness, coughs and colds. I have
found them 'serving in time of used, most - ef
ectually, ' • - • •
Yours truly,' • T. H. ROBINSON,
Pastor of N. S. .E'resbyterian chriveh,_.
Idantifactured by C A. BANNVART Zs CO.
And tor sale lby
Druggiste, - N. E. tor. Fottrth and Race sts.,
• mMl.fraw, 249
Alse, by 'Retail Druggists gelleramY- - -
e IEiBTLACK.'b ' MPH TD ER A LOZENi+E
, These Lozenges are a safe and SpecO27 ttrel it
Diphtheria, Coughs, Sore Throat, Hoar: eness and
Bronchial - Affections . generali v.. , t
THOMAS ESTLACK, Jr , Druggist, 13. u?",
cif.Eighteertth and Ilierket sta. , ap2B-3ra3
WHAT IS _LIFE WITH )UT
Messrs., WWII, and Al, ragrj, '
formerly associated with M Professor Bell cians se
and Galloway, having dissolved partnersld , the
:.practice will be continued by THOS.- , at
the old established office, No. 723 Nor th TENTS
Street, between Coates , and Brown where he will
WM treat and .Ortre • all curable diseases (whether
a _nt ) , chronic., Pramonary or aralytoi, without
shoal[ an y Patn,) with the various modifies-.
140/18 of - Electricity toad Galvanism. This. treat
meat-has been-foniidreziarhably- sticcessrelln all
e• Fee of Bronchitis, Diphtheria, and otter disleAses'
of the throat and.respire.tory orgitrus. L., •
•-A few of the 'die - sln which; successful Cunt;
have-been made are mentioned below.
Consumptions • - Mwt. said General Debility. ' • -
.siecondstages. Diseases of the Liver or
Paralysis: Kidneys. ; •
Fewer Neuralgia. ' Diabetes.
Erolaperis Uteri (Fali_n! 3
Crengestion. of the' Womb).
Asthma. Protasis= Ant pa lulozi t . Piles)
Ethetornitism. ' Nocturnal ; .; : Hmiselog;S
Bronchit ys is. Deafness.
Dalian= and Catarrh. I -
No charge for- anismitat
a. la. to SP. DS.
7•,, timmor.tals tone seen
i n, PAT.. '01....N-TALLINA...
A. =penal article for cleaning titetreettr,
sMoying Anizrodculte which Infest -them, 'aping
tone. . to the game, and Jesting. a feenag.actra..
Pr - and loerfect cleanliness in the month. ,Ii
may be need ftuy, and wiD be found. to strengthen
weak and bleeding gums;
terStrelleSe meornmend' it to ene. ' Be
tas composed with the assistance ofd Dentist, '-
PhysicMn, and Microscopist, ,it , is , onoildently
offered as a . 71- 4. l .3Asix.snabstititte ffor va . csrp
tall Wesheefortherly In Vogne:' '
Eminent Dentists; nesinatitett With tttisivitstitn. -
eats of the DENT LTA - NA, advocateeontsle.s nothing to prevent its sanrattramed MO.
ploymortMade o yby .
JA-MED T. SHINN, Apohecary. .
BROAD and SPRUCE Streets. v
eor sale by Drsgests generallkr& and; Fred; :Brown, D. 1.. istackhause.
Renard tr. CO.,- Robert C. Davis. -
O. R. Kenny, - Geo. Cl:Xicrieerah.,.
Isaac:lL May, Charles Shisssis,
O. H. Needles, G.J. Scattergood,'
T. J, Husband, J. 11.Trine=at.Cat.
Alahrose Smith, Charles U.
Thomas Weavw, Jaraealt-rita434
WIIIMM - 13-. 'Webb. E. Bringhtmat Oh
James L.• Ey= Co:,_
Hughes &Coombs, H. O. Blair ;
Henry A. ,Bower, Wyeth &Bro.
II I ionzul to be an Inbls reitZatto =Vas
tznent of Erenclitts, 8 .11porpusit, toad ,
, con l Plaints abetixlS MVO of ticsvoice; particularly goccomuzadedby public
zingers, nzut. antaterors. ' Erepartia,lutto
d remit, by LAN CASTER - a WILLS.
FrlBl/LOBAIS. Juulica, 0/.189.11 , BAIEBROOSW
LION. =A reliable. article. Positively curia
Blienciatizinv Nenrelgta sad. Spreadig.' 'Frosted '
Feet, Okillblains, Reiss in theLLlrobs, CbestOalds
Bask. For sale by the Proprietor,
LOB. Tenth, and. Callowbl.ll—streete. Priory
25 cents. 'r. IfM.3m*
r r 4 • :41 • rui,tw.. • • :
Zon, lieinessor line Old
for medicinal - . rise. .LAIII24STEEt ,
Plurrmagentiots, R H corm . : MM" 83:14
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on, Ottlca nouns from
9 44 tie2.64t