Daily evening bulletin. (Philadelphia, Pa.) 1856-1870, May 05, 1869, Image 4

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Over ,- sioce that unlucky= banquet,Lat whicitibe
WWI fisheye indirectly compared Lord Hough=
ton (R.Voncitton Mines) to Lord Fredefiek Veri
sopht. Whatetter web the matter, Dickens's fame
bee Miter been the same "man" elm. He bas gone
inteeclipse a,nd the British press are picking ;oat
itik the antenable parts of his achievemente for
itemiless comments. Says the Raturday Review:"
The creator of l and MFRS
Gernp is bionorist of the ve ry first clasa, and the
Author of Chtizziewit' shows the possession of
powers Which we 'think might have placed . him
high 'Meng the writers of serious fiction. Let
these Merits be acknowledged, and while we are
not prepared to say that Mr. Dickens's style 'of
Composition, With its labored and 'finical word
painting, is to be ranked high among artistic
work, and while we have the strongest objection
in 'point Or taste to much of his details, and
even though we think his pathos otten
fake, we cheerfully accord him his place
among English writers. Mr. Dickens's 'fare
well reminds us how much we should have lost
had he retired years ago; and had his career been
cut short we might wll have applied to him
Johnson's expression of regret in Garricieff ease,
that the stroke of death had ecitpsed the gayety
of - nations and impoverished. thepriblic'etock of
harmless pleasure. If there is a ridicaloutt ele-
Aleut in the Liverpool festivities Mr. Dickens is
hardly responsible for it: - He; as 'unlietor,knows
that he Must play up or play dovin to his audi
ence; and'it is not in human, certainly not what
in these , days is called literary, nature, to be be
daubed with incited butter and to retain, or even
to street, dignity. The ridiculous element of
which we havw hinted the existence is the im
plied annuraption-that, ; what is yculled , litera
tures is comprised - in, begins and ends with
such compositions as those which were repre
sented at Liverpool. Lord Houghton is an
elegant t.poet, and fjord. Diafferiu has, we
En lieve, written some respectable trifles; but we
lay the
s twepeers out. of the speeders. They sup
plied die tOrnauients of the' occasion; but the
literature present, of which Mr. Dickens is the
acknowledged bead, is after ail bet a very small
component intim great stock of unman knowl
edge. Two successful novelists, and as many
wiiters of corusont„mispellanies and magazine
artielee, farce-writer occasionally successful.
and a foreign sketcher rf social habits, belong to
literature in that sense in which Mr. Halliday is a
man of letters; ' but they neither exhaust literature
nor represent .literature. At public dinners one
generally finds the absurd toast of Litera
ture " responded to " by gentlemen of
the true Dickens type ; and it is there
tore no wonder that these gentlemen
have got to think that the current English litera
ture of the age means nothing higher , nor better
than Mr. Trollope'a parsons and Mr. Dickens's
drolls. Small blame to him, but great blame to
us, when We so think of the true dignity of
literature; and when, as seems to have been the
case at Liverpool, it was generally felt by the lit
erary hanqueters that Mr. Dickens ought to be a
peer, or at, least an American ambassador, the
estimate, say, Of such men as Lord Macaulay and
Mr. Motley, which must be formed by those who
thus judge Mr. Dickens's writings, is -almost a
seriona matter, if anything serious can be con
nected with these self-adulatory amenities. When
Bayles and heavies met to present each other
with testimonials and encomiastic speeches, Lu
define and Virgil and Cicero and 'Mcßae, had
they happened to be the contemporaries of the
Dickens and the Trollopes of the period, could
scarcely have vindicated their sovereign place in
the hierarchy of Roman letters. With the Liver
pool estimate of fetters accepted,there is a chance
of our forgetting that we have, or recently had,a
a_Milmait and a'Grote, a Thirlwall
and a Merivale, a Tennyson and a Browning, a
Darwin and an Owen, and a Newt:Mtn and a Mill
among us.
Mr. Hepworth Dixon said at least one thing at
thie dinnenworth remembering, which - was, that
were it announced that the English Washington
Irving—by Which we suppose Mr. Dickens may
be meanis- s was ; appointed Minister to the United
States;' people- would- say "It is n joke." At
present then we are not generally prepared for
exchanging Lord Lyons at Paris for the Tete
grapleirParli correspondent; and there is some
how, according to Mr. Dixon, a latent but gen
eral suspicion that Mr. Disraeli would have been
none the worse Minister if he had never written
Lrion in [leaven or the Wondrous Tale of Alroy.
The real fact is this, that among all our literary
statesmen their literature has been rather a mis
take than otherwise. Neither the Nan of Arrolica
nor Don Carlos showed Earl Russell's administra
tive capacities. Mr. Gladstone has only lived to
find that his greatest literary work must be
retracted and disavowed. Lord Lytton is a
tifteraSeur to the core, and therefore has entirely
failed-as a statesman. Lord Brougham used to
sign himself, with a pompons affectation, hornets
de /ewes:but the speculator on porisms was thor
oughly merged in the member for Yorkshire and
the Chancellor. Lord Derby, we suspect, would
hardly attend the Literary Fund dinner as the
translator of Homer; and in Mr. Mill's Parlia
mentary career we have the strongest proof that
a great writer may be a very indifferent and eyed
mischievous Senator. We do not propose to ar
gue that the men of action and the men of
thought must always be kept distinct; but the
popular prejudice which attaches to the term doc
t+inaire expresses a. truth which is not altogether
one-Sided. The worst features of tbo great French
Revolution are decidedly attributable to the
school popularly known as that of the Encyclo
prediste. The lamentable revolution by which
constitutional government in France was
surprised out of existence was ow
ing to a knot of small journalists.
Lomartine and Thiers and Gulzol certainly did
not do much in the way of administrative ability.
Bunsen's diplomacy was a tissue of ambitious
and conceited blunders. Mast of the present
French Emperor's mistakes may be reduced to
the fact that he began life as an obscure writer of
obscure reveries in politics, and that he has gone
on dreaming and refining, and mystifying and
puzzling himself, ever since; while on the other
side we have such facts as Walpole and the Pitts,
Peel and Palmerston, whose names will occur in
no future Walpole's Noble and Distinguished
Authors, in addition to the terrible example of
Bacon, which goes at least some way in proving
that a man whose real vocation is to instruct the
world by his pen is out of his place In attempt
ing to rule in Cabinets and Courts. We
fear that we are slipping into the error
which we have pointed out, and that to talk
sheet the career of Bacon while we are specu
lating on Mr. Dickens in either House of Parlia
ment is rather absurd. However, on the main
point our apprehensions are most likely prema
ture. The real safeguard against titled titterer
tours is to be found in the character of the craft.
The irritable side of letters and the literary man
came out in force at Liverpool, and lu this is our
safety. To make one literary lord would be to
to make a hundred literary enemies with the fell
command of the newspapers, magazines, and
leading articles, which has to come to mean the
beginning and end of literature. Lord Hough
ton grumbled .at Liverpool because Mr.
Dickens did not seem to do sufficient honor to
the excellences of the British peerage; Mr. Dick
ens, in reply, memo to have grumbled because
Lordlifoughton was not aware that Mr. Dickens
really `often had dined with a live lord., Mr. An
drew Halliday,playright and litterateur, grumbled
because the Drama—especially, we suppose, that
edifying sort of drama which is now popular in
Lorion—was not distinctly toasted. From
which we gather that one Lord Dickens would
settle the question for ever. To think Of the
state of the literary world with Baron Dickens et
Bt. Stephen's, and the editor of Punch and -the
contributors to the Daily Telegraph left out in the
cold ! A single literary lord would, ha'ppilY for
the country, begin and end the experiment of
sine of Earl Russell's proposed classes of Life-
Peers.
Alleged lilltattl3 terraude:
John W. Wright has replied to statements re
cently published relative to alleged frauds prac
tised by him, as agent, upon the Cherokees and
other Indians in the matter of bounty payments.
lie says, among other things, that drafts wore
issued by the Government, in the name of the
soldiers, and he could not use a dollar without
their indorsement; that those who hnve.cheen,
-.awed .. aunty do not com p l ain, and th at eli the
present rumors about frauds ate the work of
sgente or members of the "lecilan Ring." fi. D..
Reese Chairman of the Cherokee Delegation; .
Who aided in making out the claims of the Indi go
aoldters, indorses the truth of Wright's state
ment. •
telegraphic despatch from Niceju the Fb
/aro. announoee a melancholy accident. A rich
Arnett= Jody, &Ins. 8111, well known in that
pbusoras drowned wbile bathing in t h e Be ,
Nowahstandin very active researchea,the body
boo not boon fou g
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BULLETIN.
EXTRRBWK anarCor River, EBTATIC AND STOCKS.
—Messrs. Thomas as Bone sold at the' - Rtchanee,
• yesterday noon, the following stocks and real ea
. tate:
Four-story brick stOrejich 232 - North Second
street,' 19 feet 5 inches front, 110 feet deep,
$20,000.
Four-story brick store, N0..230 North Second.
street; 'l7 feet Vhiclieti front, 110 feet' deep,
$20,000.
Four-story brick residence,No. 830 North Fifth
street, 18 feet front, 143 deep, $13,000.
Formstory brick store, Nos. 625 and 627 North
Second street, $19,060.
Three-story brick residence, northeast corner
Broad and Pine Streets, 20' feet front, 103 feet 6
inchea deep, $22,000.
Three-story brick residence, No. 620 South
Tenth street, 19 feet front, $6,900.
•Four-story brick dwelling, No. 118 Arch street,
186,525.
Ground rent, $9O a year, 01,325.
Country seat, 12 acres, Baltimore, Delaware
county, Pennsylvania, $12,600.
Four•story brick residence. No. 1723 Vine
street, 20 feet front,l2s feet de,ep,;,512,500.
Three-story brick residence, 1705 Wallace
street, $lO,OOO.
Three-story brick residence. No. 1410 Master
street, 19 feet 4 inches front, 93 feet deep, $4,600.
Three-story brick dwelling, No, 1313 Poplar
street, *3,700.
Three-story brick dwelling, No. 820 Geary
street, $2,900.
Well-secured ground rent, $204 a year, $3,000.
Sale on the premises, May 1, elegant country
seat, Old York road and Mitten avenue, $20,100.
$5.000 Harrisburg, Mount Joy and Lancaster
'Railroad bonds, 6 per cent., 8934.
$5,000 Pennsylvania Salt Manufacturing Com
pany, $B5.
11 shares Greenwich Land and Improvement
CE mpany, $25.
25 shares Union Passenger Railway Com
pany, 442
100 shares C.Tnion Bank of Tennessee, $l4 28.
5 shares Union Bank of Tennessee,s 14 25.
1 share Point Breese Park, $125.
1 share Philadelphia Library, $2B.
1 share Mercantile Library.
145 shares Sterling Tack Company, $37 50.
155 shares Sterling Tack Company, $4O.
76 shares Empire Transportation Company,
011 25.
T. NAVY Ytan EMpLOYES.—Last evening
meeting of the representatives of the- several de
partments of the Navy Yatd waft, held in the hall
of the Weccacoe Englitre House, Queen street, be
'ow Second. President, Newberry Bright; Secre
tary, B. Clay Redfield. The association is formed
for the purpose of securing the enforcement of
the eight-hour law, without any deduction of
wages.
Several communications were read from the
operatives of the Norfolk. Charlestown and
Washington navy yards, asking information as
to the plan of organisation for the purpose of
forming similar associations .The communica
tions were referred to the Committee on Cor
respondened.
The following gentlemen were then elected of
ficers to serve for the period of three months: Pre
sident. Newberry Bright; Vice President, George
W. Campbell; Recording Secretary, 11. Clay Red
field; Corresponding Secretary, Jacob L. Rife;
Treasurer, Charles R. MeCanitey.
A committee alive was appointed to draft a
constitution and by-laws for the government of
the orgatization.
A committee was appointed, consisting of one
delegate from each department, for the purpose
of collecting funds to hold a meeting.
Several members of Congress have been written
to, appealing to them to assist the employes in
pf curing the enforcement of the law making eight
hours a working day.
It was resolved that the name of the organize
;ion stall be the Workingmen's Association of
the Philadelphia Navy Yard.
A m:4l GIRARD COLLEGE.—AL a, stated meet
ing of this Society held on Monday evening, 3d
'natant, the following officers were elected for
the ensuing year :
President —Wm. E. Littleton.
Fite Presidents—Wm. F. Hale and Paul Mc-
Cullough.
Secretary—A. B. Pritchard.
A ssiatant Seri etch y--Wm. F. Prosser.
Treasurer—Joseph Blascheck.
EJecutire Committee—Jos. Blascheck, Jos. Wll
- Wm. Edwards, A. F. Schaeffer, James
Whitehead.
FUEL SAVINGS SOCIETY.—The forty-eighth an
nual meeting of the Fuel Savings Society of
Philad( Iphia was held last evening at the rooms,
Tenth street, above Arch. The annual report
was read, showing that daring the year there had
been two hundred and fourteen contributors
towards the funds of the Society. The
total amount deposited by the contributors
was $1,971 50. The object of the Society is to
deliver coal and wood to the poor at a price far
below that which they are compelled to pay
regular dealers. An election of officers was also
held.
ArPOINTMEITS.—United States Marshal Ely
yesterday appointed Albert P. Schurz Chief
Deputy, and William H. Miller a Deputy.
Mr. Miller has been attached to the office about
thirty years.
FIRE AT TAt O Y.—Abou t eleven o'clock
yesterday morning, a frame house at Tacony,
owned by the estate of Matthias W. Baldwin,was
injured by fire to the amount of $1,090.
MEW JERSEIt MATEERS.
WEST JERSEY RAILROAD.—The annual meeting
of the stockholders of the West Jersey Railroad
Company was held yesterday at Camden.
The annual reports of the managers were road.
The following is a statement of the financial
condition of the West Jersey Railroad proper for
the year ending Dec. 31, 1868
Capital stock
Fractional scrip
Loan of 1883 (funded),
Loan of 1896 (funded)
Cost of the West Jersey Railroad and
equipments
investments by the West Jersey Rail
road Company in auxiliary works..
Current receipts—passengers, freight,
mails, etc
Current expenses—maintaining and
operating road and branches,inclnd-
Sr leases 318,616
Taxes 8,578
ictereet 71,519
Sinking fund 12,500
Two dividends of 4 per cent. each, in cash,
have been paid during the year.
The financial condition of the Cape May and
Millville section for the year ending December
:11, 1868, was as follows:
Capital stock $447,000
Bonded indebtedness 200,000
Other Indebtedness 1a3,190
Cost of road and equipments 753,866
Ti.e road is leased to and operated by the West
Jersey Railroad Company, all receipts and ex
penses connected therewith appearing in their
,ccounts.
A dividend of three per cent. was paid Decem
ber, 1868.
The financial condition for the same year of the
Salt m branch was as follows:
Capital stock
Bonded debt
Cost of road and equipments
Current receipts from passengers,froight,
mails, etc., lrom January 1 to May 81,
1868 20,339
Current expenditures—for working road
from January 1 to May 31, 1868 20,097
Interest . 2,850
The road has been leased to and operated by
the West Jersey Railroad Company since the first
day of June, 1868, all receipts and expenses con
nected therewith appearing in their accounts
from that date.
Two dividends of three per cent. each have
been paid in cash during the year.
The reports were, on motion, approved, when
tholeeeth!eadjourxted. ,• • - 2
After the adjournment the following Bciard of
Directors and officers of the company were
elected :
Directors—John G. Stevens, John P. Stockton,
Richard P. Stevens, Samuel J. Bayard, Albert W.
Markley, Samuel A. Whitney, Thomas Jones
Yorke, George M. Ward, Horatio J. Mulford,
Charles Elmer, Coleman P. Learning, Thomas H.
Whitney, George Wood, Lewis Mulford, Isaac B.
Mulford,Ferdinand P. Sharp, John Mental,
RicharWood, and John M. Moore.
President—Hon. T. Jones Yorke.
Treasurer and Secretary—George J. Robbins
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THE DAILY EVENING , BULLETIN-7PHILADELPHIA WEDNESDAY, MAY 5:-1869.
Bet.ttounarer.—There has bcten for sonao time
past a Very ithpithiscintrelation existing between
ti portion of the mernbere of - the 'First Baptist
ChUrch,antr the" tietbr; ; ,theifeW - Mr.: Item. In',
mink:co:Lena; ofthis, that gentleman, some time
ago, sent in his resignation, to take effect on the
first of July next. it ickalleged,that he did so with
a' firtricorivietion that R wottid not , be accepted.
But the feeling of dislike seemed to gain ground,
and at the meeting which.was to decide the mat
ter, the resignation was aecepted by a very larpte
majority, the female and minor portion of tee
numbers having been disfranchised by a previous
rule of the Church. Thie; after the meeting had
finished the business of the evening, led to hot
words among the members, and from hot worSs
to blows, ending in the binding ,fiver to answer
at court of the two belligerent parties. Acrimo
nious feelings have lingered to' some extent
among them from that to the' present time, and
yesterday another exhibition Of violence oc
curred, this time between the past,or and a
communicant of the church The circemetances,
as far se could be gathered from the present stage
of legal proceedings, are alleged to be these:
As the Rev. Mr. Rose was walking, down Federal
street, Isaiah Woolston, Esq County,Treasarer,
and member of he same church over which Mr.
Rose is Pastor, approached him for the purpose
of whit gan explanation of some remarks he
had previously made; but de soon as Mr. Wool
ston had got near enough to him, Mr. Rose
tinned round and aimed a heaVy blow at hie
bead with his cane. In attempting to ward it off
Mr. Wooiston received the bloW on. his
hand. During the day cross-actions
were entered by both parties, and each
was held to answer at court. This
makes the fourth assault and 'battery eaSe grow
ing out of their church difficulty Which the
courts will be called upon to adjudicate. Vie hard
to say which party is to blame 'as•tc'general
thing, but it is unfortunate that soh scenes of
violence are permitted to occur atninak, the fol
lowers of the meek and forgiving SaVlottr in any
church. Ic is unfortudate for the Sake of the
church itself, and it is unfortithate for the sake of
Christianity and religion.
BurtuLartzas.—On Sunday night a lOt of cigars,
a double-barrelcd gun and .a demijohn Stott
ver's bitters were stolen 'from the lager-beer
saloon of Frederick Deltah, on Federal street, in
what Is known as "California Row," by 'burglars,
who effected an entrance thretigh a back door.
The next day the articles were found near the
Paper Mill School House, and two lade, supposed
to have committed the theft, were arrested and
held for a hearing.
The residence of Edmund E. Read, No. ON
Cooper street, was entered on Monday night by
boring through the rear door, and various arti
cles were taken. For some time past the opera
tions of these villains do not seem to have paid
very well, for they have obtained but little booty.
MAY TIMM —The May term of the Camden
Courts commenced yesterday, Judge Woodhull
on the bench. After impanelling the Grand Jury
the Judge charged the members in a forcible and
appropriate manner, detailing the various sources
arid kinds of crime and misdemeanors requiring
their attention and determined action. If thej ury
men are caretul in observing the rates laid sown
by the Judge, and take cognizance of the various
measures employed to cover up crime, they will
make sufficient work to occupy the Court until
the Ist of June. At the conclusion of the Judge's
üble charge, the Grand Jury retired, and the civil
business was taken up.
Man Doos.—Now that hydrophobia appears to
be on the increase in various places, the Mayor
of Camden has issued a proclamation, in accord
ance with the ordinance, cautioning all owners of
cogs against allowing them to run at large with
out being securely muzzled, from the 3d of May
inst. to the Ist day of October next. The officers
have been instructed to destroy all such animals
thus found in the street unmuzzled. Any citizen
has the same authority.;
BREAKING LAMPS.—Mtayor Cox has offered
standing reward of tine dollars to such person or
persons as will give information leading to the
conviction of those who may be guilty of break
ing the public lamps.
The Cartoons accompanying A ppletons' Journal
have given this periodical a new and very notice
e,ble attraction. The one which conics with num
ber seven of the Journal, just out, consists of a
view of Castle Garden,and the Bay of New York,
and is really a spirited picture, worth, for that
matter, several times the price charged for it. It
may be mounted for framing by being damped
and Wretched. Victor Hugo a story, with all its
fantastic faulte, is the work of an athlete of mind.
The pictures the portion for this week gives of
some of the habits and practices of our ancestors,
one hundred and eighty years ago,are very strik
ing. Turner aella it.
The June number of Lippineoles Magazine will
contain: I. Beyond the Breakers. Part vi. By
Hon. Robert Dale Owen. With a full-page Il
lustration. IL Dies Inn. Two New Versions.
111. The Englishman on the Continent. By
Geo. M. Towle. IV. Our Possession. V. Har
neyhow's Hummock. A Tale. By Mrs. Jane G.
Austin. VI. On Expression in Art. iii. Archi
tecture. By Hugh Davids. VII. The Maiden
Soldier. By Mrs. Eitel. VIII. Dedication. A
Poem. IX. Only No Love. A Tale. Part r.
By Mrs. A. L. Wister. X. On Using Strength
with Economy. XI. The New World Exile in
Italy. A Poem. By Howard Glyndon. XII.
The Prospect of Trade. By Hon. Amosa Walteer.
XIII. A Lost Chapter of History. XIV. The
Rubbish at the Patent Office. XV. Onr Monthly
Gossip. XVI. Literature of the Day.
Qr s Will TO INVEST IN A ElitfiT-CLABB MORT
VV fill gage of city property.
A. B. CARVER & CO.
inys Bt . W. comer Ninth and Filbert streets.
$l5 000 811' $lO,OOO and $6,000 to invest in
7 tlret- cl ass city mortgages.
In) 8-Bt. E. H. JONES, 707 Walnut street.
ISIE INVESTMENTS.—FIRBT-CL ABS MORT
poles and Gtound Rents, eccurod on improved city
property ,in stone of $O,OOO to $3O MO. For Bait by
to vs 3t• E. lE. JONES. No 701 Walnut etreet.
$1,208,750
250
238,000
983,500
DiilLotiOrilY OF MARRIAGE.— ft NEW COURSE
of Lecture', as delivered at the Now York Museum
whatatout3 embracing Maturity. How to Live and
to Live for ; Youth, and Old ago; Man.
hood generally reviewed; the Came of indigestion. Flat
ulence and Nervous Diseases accounted for; Marriage
ophically Considered, die.. dm Pocket volumes
containing these Lectures will be forwarded, poet paid,on
receipt of 25 cents, by addressing W. A. Leary, Jr., South.
east corner of Fifth and Walnut streets. Philadol-
Obi& fe28.1Y4
$2,430,500
1,840,304
365,648
RRUGGISTS` SIINDIGES.—GRADUATES, MORTAR.
Pill The GOMbey, 13ruelne, Mirrors, Tweezers, Pull
es, Horn Scoops. Surgical Instruments, Trueees, Hard,
Syringes,
Soft Rubber Goode, Vial Case's. Glass and Metal
Syringes, &43., all at "Fiat Hands" price's.
SNOWDEN & BROTHER,
apbtf 73 South Eighth 'street
I'd ARE INVITED TO EXAMINE OUR
U ti l ' a? U ge i t ' tock of fresh Drugs and Chemicals of the
latest irnportation.
Also, essential Oils, Vanilla Beans, Sveriges, Chamois
Stelae etc. ROBERT BLIOEMAR PR & CU.. N. E. corner
Fourth and Race streets.
LyLvdEiiiintaiii LE,Rgit,4liirtirC.R4e)ll3EliTrAgill(iig:
AKER & CO., N. ie. corner Fourth anti Race streetg.
lIA STILE SOAP—NOW LANDING.-31)1 BOXES
UV hits and Rattled Castile Soap, very superior quality.
ROBEIhT - SIIOE?dAKER & CO., Wholesale Druggists,
N. E. corner. . Fourth and Race streets.
JAIME!. A. WRIOHT, THORNTON PIKE, CLEMENT A. umsookt,
'THEODOR& WRIGHT. FRAM( L. NEA.LL.
PETER WRIGIIT & SONS.
Importers of
d earthenware
an
Shipping and Commission Merchants,
No. 115 Walnut street, Philadelphia.
$180,650
100,000
278,327
C°T9ON SAIL DUCK OF EVERY WIDTH, FROM
22 inch to 16 Inches wide t all numbers. Tent and
Awning Duck, raper•maker's Pelting, Hail Twine, dm.
JOHN W. EVERRAN,
ja26 No. 108 Church street, City Stores.
DiUTY WELLS—OWNERS OF PROPERTY—THE
I_ only place to get privy wells claarused and dials•
footed, at very low pricer. Ha I I.EEIBO fdanufaeturet
of Youdrette. Goldendthl Library atreet
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street above Vine. The hones arc quiet and
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Tinges at all times for woadlug. 13, , vartioC , OPara:' , latterahC,
dta. Rome trained to the saddle.
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•si,hmi ~r. Lasiu.
Jot RICHINGS . - - ENGLISH OPERA.
?ARS. C. „ItILJUINGS Bt RNAELt.
Lam, gagement itt OM:City of sthnpreaent,organteation.
Til IS IVY} DNESDAIr ) EVENING. PlaY
Balfc's charming Opera of the
, . ROSE OASTLLE,
with tu n folkowlog artiste in the caste
AIRS. 0. R. BERNARD. Id RS. E. SEGU•N, MRS. GON
ZALES; hirevra CASTLE, tIAMPBEL,L. SEGUIN.
IiEW and J. G. PEAKES.
THUr•BnAYiNVI ORlsplxo.
FRIDAY EVENING, May 7th, 18611
ANNUAL BENEFIT OF A.. Id PRNNOYER.,
BOAI NESS MANAGER,
• - MARTHA.
SATURDAY AF NE TE E—E RA RNOON, GRAND FAMILY MATI
DIAVOLO.
PRB •FS OF ADMISSIOS.
Parquette, Parquotte E
Circle, and
R. Balcony.
ON DOLLA
No extra charge for reterving.
Family Circle. 50 coats.
25 contd.
Amphitheatre.. . . . .
Box Amite now open Gaut.
nut scree. and the Academy,
J. ZI
F. KM.ERMAN, Troaauror.
W ALNUT STREET THEATRE, Begins at 73( o'clock.
THIS EVENING May 5.
The distinguished author and comedian,
MIL JOHN BROUGHAM.
Whose engagement is positively limited to
TWELVE Nuitert3,
Previous to his departure for Calibrate. and will appear
As ITIIRY, THE SWELL.
In his great
DRAMATIC SATIRE.
Upon the vices,follits and sensetione of the prevent time,
entitled
THE LOTTERY OE LIFE.
M Rb. JOHN MEW'SRb. ARCH STREET THEAT at RE.
Reglnfi 7%.
THIRD WEEK OF LOTT A.
Lotta lu a new niece. "PFPINA:"
MONDAY, EVERY EVENING
And SATURDAY AFTERNOON at 2.
Lotta'4 Original Dual Manta
"PEPIN'A."
- -
Pepina,
I.lyrile 1113-ddleton,i ............ .................LOTTA
TB UltbD 2.Y—Bk.NEFIT OF CUBAN PATRIOTS.
FBIRAY—LOTTA'S BENEFIT.
TBAUM CADMIQUE43EYENTIISTREMT. BELOW
I Arch. commences at-ti o'Clock.
UNISONW
NEW
.. . . Proprietors
TWO NEW
Third week of tbe gifted young ijrtc artiste,
MISb tiChIAN DALTDS.
Third time of JIiSERE LEE"
and ‘LES DEUX ANTENGLES-
O holey "Offenbach: . end one bY fdaeForran Tho
W Company appetite , . MATINEE SATURDAY.
tiEIESTNUT STREET FUNK
V Corner TWENTY•THIRD and CHESTNUT Street&
Open daily from 8 A. M. tolol4 P. M.
FUR 'VELOCIPEDE RDANG.
Admission loc. Hieing ticketa.3o and 50 cents.
Velocipedes for Pale at factory Talcum th
_
YORK UIROUS
(from the Flippotheatron Buildings, Fourteenth Street,
opposite the Academy of Music. New York.
L. B. LENT
PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT
The public are respectfully informed that this cele
brated Metropolitan Troupe will exhibit in Philadelphia
ON EIGHTH STREET, ABOVE RACE,
FOR TWO WEEKS ONLY,
COMMENCING MONDAY, MAY 10th.
When will be presented a series of those
BRILL/ANT. EXCITING AND•ELEGANT
EQUESTRIAN ENTEETAINKENTd,
Which for years have proved one of the most popular
and summit ul features of the public amusement , in New
1 oak, and which.for variety and solendor,will be found
UNPARALLELED IN AMERICA I
rerrou ➢articular] in future advertisements.
CADI MY OF MUSH).
EIGHINGS , ENGLISH OPERA
SIRS. C. RICIIINGb BERNARD
BENEFIT OF
8. BEHRENS.
MONDAY EVENING, May Mb. b
Seats may be obtained THVIISDAY, May 6, 9 A. M.,
et the Academy of di tusic,and at t.e.W.A.Tromplor'a Magic
~ore. '
THE BOHEMIAN GIRL.
Mild and only appearance of
MISS SniN GALTON.
yv kind perm h.e ion of Meteme. Tautens' et; Parsons, of the
l beaus t onlique, where she hi no w•nert ortoir.c
t ASTLE ISEGUIII.
INCREAfIEU OiteIIESTRA.
T. AI . G I 'BllN.n.'d GEM Rell ,FOURTLI STREET.
. 1 ORGAN OPENING AND SAUREO CONILIEra.
THURSDAY EVENING. MAY 6, 1869.
The lemon. rebuilt. with Electre-Maguetic Action.bY
Staudbridge Brothers Will be perform-4i upou; by
?11t. lIT;'NKY Ci. r til LiNDh'
And Master IttinFAt'r WINTEfiI3O 170 M. anda choice
prr gramme of Classic •1 ltueir, Genie from . MUZ ART'S
&0.. dm., will he given by the Choir, aided by
M. Tlll;i4Dbils.`B C UUttAh CLA.aS,
1 ick acr be cents. For eale at Muria Stores, or at the
Ghia ili in the twenine. inya 4tl
FOX'S AMERICAN THEATRE,
WALNUT STREET, above Eighth.
THE THEATRE I .F THE WORLD.
Ito ARTISTS Ur ALL NATIONS.
rho Head and Front of all Professions.
The Home of the Ballet and Fine Art
ustalned b 3 the leading Eight PYonelres and a Corpsp
Fifty Figuarontes.
MONDAY. AND EVERY EVENING,
Also, SATURDAY AFTERNOON,
THE DASUWOOD SINTERd.
Two Ballets and a Pantomine this evening.
pENNSYLYANIA ACADEMY OF FINE ARTS.
THE FORTY•SIXTII ANNUAL SPRING EXUDED.
TION OF PAINTINGS, SCULPTURE. &c, is now Open.
Admission 25 cents. Sermon Tickets 50 cents.
Open from 9A. M. to 636 P. M.. and from 736 to 10
P. Id. ap26 6w
LIXHIBITION OF WATER COLOR DRAWINGS IN
..U.4 aid of the Children's Hospital. Open daily from 9 A.
M. to 6P. M and I rom 8 to I 0 P. M.. at the Alt UST
F D GALLERIES, UN Chestnut street.
Tickets, 25 cents. Bettaoefiekets, $l. For sale at the
O alleries ap2.l.lmt
S ENTZ'S LAND HASSLER'S
THIRTIETH AND LAST
ORCHESTRA
Win MATINEE
a .1 be given on MAY gib_
ACADEMY OF FINE ARTS
CBESTEL'T Street, above Tenth
Open from 9 A. M. to 0 P. M.
Benjamin Wean! Great Picture of
CHRIST REJECTED
aftill on exhibition. IMP&
TOILET ARTICLEn.
11AIR WORK
EXTRACTS FROM A NpprF IN THE NEW YORE.
TRIBUNE.
"The advertisement of a hair dresser in the city of Phi
ladelphia. (J. MAYER, No. 906 Arch street) has filled us
with admiration. An artist' who can arrange the hair
with or without clustering curls, waving rolls, puffs or
plaits, by the aid of superior contrivances (only in use at
No. eO6 Arch street) His appeal to ladies of taste, 'and
what lady is without taste.' he gallantly inquires. To be
sure, the ladles' taste is a little whimsical and uncertain
—sometimes bonnets twice es large as their little heads,
and sometimes about twice as large as their little lingers
—well may this (artistic) hairdresser observe that the
lady of taste must be left ta please her own beautiful
imaginings " my4-80_
DO.AItDIN66
If AN DSOME COMMUNICATING ROOMS AND
11 other vacancies, with board, at Routh BROAD
street. my 3 et.
musincaz.
FRENCH MEDICINES
PREPARED BY
GRIMAUL'r k CO..
CHEMISTS TO IL I. IL PRINCE. NAPOLEON
41b Ruz lac RICHELIEU,
YAWS.
INTERNAL OR LOCAL.
NEW CURATIVE AGENT,
MATICO.
GnIMAULT di Co., PARIB.
This new remedy is prepared from the leaves of a Po
luvian pepper shrub, called Matico, and "cures promptly
and infallibly " without any fear of inflammatory results.
The great majority of physicians in Paris,itussla. Germa
ny and New York now use no other remedy. Full direc
tions accompany each bottle and packet.
Agents in Philadelphia,
FRENCH. RICHARDS dr, CO.,
- N. W. Cor. TENTH and MARKET streets.
UPAL DENTAI.LINA.--/ SUPERIOR ARTICLE FOR
cleaning the Teeth, destroying animalcule, which in
fest them, giving tone to the gums, and leaving, a feeling
of fragrance and perfect cleanliness in the mouth. It may
be used daily. and will be found to strengthen weak and
Mee° hug gums, while the aroma and dotorsiveness will
recommend it to every one. Beitig composed with the
assistance of the _Dentist, Physiclane and Microscopist. ft
Is confidently offered as a reliable substitute for the an.
certain washes formerly in vogue.
Eminent Dentiata, acquainted with tie constituents of
the Deutallina, advocate its us it contains nothing to
prevent its unrestrained omploythent. Made only by
JAMES T. SHINN, Apothecary.
Broad and Spruce street&
For sale by Druggists generally, and
Fred. Browne, D. L. Steakhouse,
Bossard & C0.,1 Robert O. Davis.
C. It. Keeny. Gee. C. Bower,
Isaac H. Kay, Chas. Shivers,
C. H. Needles, B. M. McColin„
T. J. Husband, B. C. Bunting,
Ambrose Smith. Chas. H. Eberle,
Edward Parrish. James N. Marks,
Wm. B. Webb. E. Bringhuret & Co..
James L. Slept:tam. Dyott & Co.,
Hughes & Combo, El. C. Blair's Sons.
Henry A. Bower. Wyeth & Bro.
itILEAJLo ESTATE SALES.
PUBLIC SALE OF A ANDSOME AND VAL-
Enoble Country Seat, situated on Haverford Road.
Ilaverford township, within three minutes walk
from White Bail Station, Pennsylvania Central Rail
road. nine miles from Philadelphia, on MONDAY, May
10, 1889, on the premises. Title indisputable. Contains
over 81 acres. 'improvements are a fine stone mansion,
stable, icehouse filled, &c. Persona wishing to view the
same.wilLcall Won the subscriber residing thereon. POs.
se given June lOthiltort Sara will commence 41'08
P. M.. when conditions will be made known by .
M..
V E. AILN U.
TORDAMI CELEBRATED PURE TONIC) ALE FOR
Invalids. family use, &c.
The subscriber-is now furnished with his full Winter
supply of his highly nutrition's and well-known beverage.
Its wide erread and increasingg use, by order of physi•
cionaLfortuval.ds. ruse of families. dm. commend it to the
attention of all consumers who want a strictly pure nr .
tide ; prepared from the best materials, and put up in the
moat careful manner for home use or transportation. Or.
alibi mall or otbmwin promptly ou ppitod.
P. J. JORDAN.
no Pear street,
Below Third and Walnut streets.
~~--~--
rii2kMM
kOh hALli v i ' • ,
MI The most 4113)11111
Overlooking the oo'eart,
my6w th
Fir R 2,F—THE HONDBOME NEW DWELL.
C ' hoir, 220 North.flirth erect, Lot 20 foot front by 1136
feet to flondolph street_ Terms omoy. Apply to
13Ot I) & LODDLE, Nort.hoast owner. of ' Front end
Cheptti. t etreote. . . ~mys 12t•-
,FOR PALE-=THE NEW 110USR, NO. 141NORT11
. , Elghtoout h street., below Uwe. Pride 1919,000. 9to
' 11A. 11(1 03 to 9P.1.1. 11EXitY WIItEMAN.
mys '125 Walnut, etroet,
FOR bALK CHEAP—THE GOOD-WILL AND
Efixtures of an ostablLhed Fruit and Produce store.
" Apply at 524 North Wattsr et.. above Vine. 'my5.31.•
GERMANTOWN — COVFAG P.-L'3 — ROOMS- 2 i; 311.
it ner Linden and Knox streets. Lot 100 by
Apply
All
city conveniences. Stant... onlY $1 , 1,000. Apply to
U. HEYPER KING, next DepoL niyi-vr elt•
GERMANTOWN—NO. 910 PRICE 3 INEKT—FOII
Irk
Selo—alrgant ModCrn Stone Residence, three min.
' ales' walk of the depot. Lot 60 ay 175 feet Only
5310,500. Apply to U. ILEYbEtt KING.
myrk-tv e2t* Nekepot.
- F'
...
FOR SALE.-9118 SPRUCE STItEST--hteGANT
trißrown Stone Dwalling; roar atorier, with three
" ;dory double back b uil dings. Lot 22 by 120 to back
street. Handnoniely hi:dulled and furnished with all
rnedtrn convcolences. bt. W. BEESLCSoionvei armor.
inv4 dt" 936 South Fourth street.
cFOR BALE OR EXCILLANDIII-A itEA U'FIYCL
Country Beat of Aid acres, with excellentbutldings,
handioree lawn and abode, pleaaantly situated. at
a station in view of the Delaware. RANSOM ROUERI3,
it/6 South Fifth street. tuyi Ott_
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cFOR BALE—BWELLING3
gt €Bl North Broad street . 11517 North Broad street.
2108 Jefferson street. 11323 Brandywine street.
1005 Brandywine street. 1.211 Girard avenue.
Fifteen h. near Master et. 1545 Franklin street.
9130 Franklin street.l9'29 and 933 North TwoffilL
1711 North Ninth street. 11411 and 1901 'fhomtroon.
Elegant presort y. Gernonn.own. on uteittm avenue. 111
by 1.100 feet ; house with modern conveniences: Pleat,' of
shrubbery. Price 1920.000.
Lots on No , th Broad street. For full particulars. Kat the
R. E. Beoiskr. puce 5 cents. J. W IiAVII.NB,
ap3.tftt . 4 ;.. . .- :. -..
. • 859 North Broad.
IeFOR BALE OR TO LET—IN OF itttANTOW N
two new pointed stone Dwellings, built in the best
manner, with all modern conveniences, and ear
rounded With ample grounds. One on 31111 street or
church lane, tho Other on Locust *venue (late Arvaat
at' c et). and both wi. hin (Ivo minutes walk of tho R. E.
.tation. Unless sold icumcdiatelv,they
Apply to THOMAS O. GARRETT.
corner of Green and Coulter streets.
Germantown. or,
P. C. &J. B. GARS& v.
411 Chestnut street.
DRUG STORE FOR SALE VERY CHEAP- -
Et u
Call immediately, corner u( Marshall and Mader
Bimetal. A taro chance for one with a sitall
capital. cell 614
DIRECTOR
FOR BALE.—MODERN THREE-STORY 'BRICK
&wiling. No. CZ Pine erect. Every convenience
and In perfect order. Price low. ROBERT GRAF.
FEN itc SON, 637 Pine greet. ably
FUR SALE—DESIRABLE RESIDENCE ON TUE
eastern side of Manheirn street, Germantown. near
"the TUti whip Line," 200 feet front, and extending
007 eet in depth to Unpier street (three seren),cc.,inmand
jog a line view. Pointed Stone Dwelling and Stable;
hl Brant and well w ater.Ne Rh modern inaprovements.
Ft nit, shade, and a variety of beautiful evergreen
ap24- Mt. Apply No. In 6 South Third street.
FOR hALE—A COUNTRY SEAT, 71.ri
gE: on the Delaware—conTenient to railroad and steam.
boat—with [louse and btable, I uruitura. hOlata. car.
I isgee, tools boats, fir.
itvalthy sltuntion, time view, old trees and choice se
lection of fruit In bearing. Terms easy.
Photographs at 234 South Third mtrect.
Directrees
FOR SALE—NEAT 3 , TORY STONE COTTAGE.
mi rood location. Germantown, near depot: 9 room.;
erery convenieneo. Lot 30 by GO feet Price SL3OO.
oy7-ti4 J. M. P. WALLACE. 123 £3. Sixth et
OR SALE.—THE HOUSE f.2:14 MAIN STREET,
above Waehington lane. Germanto ern; twelve rooms
" and COMO vatory ; lot.pay 40:450, all in perfect order;
well tell low. Inquire of JOHN B. WYE, 11l Booth Front
rtrect, or on the premleet. apl9 m W I tfi
FOIL BALE—TUE PROPERTY Ii 0.36,01 BRIDGE
htreet. West rqdladelphia, Doutila &tone house. Lot
lit bl 160. Abundance of fruit. ireca ana GrADO
s lam Apply on the pretnieur. CoYaln fat*
rFOR SALE—COUNTRY SEAT AND TWIT CY
acres of hard, 4.% miles from city. very near station
0 6.= on Germunto it Railroad Largo stone house, large
P tabling. tenant's house, &c.: altuntion high add healthy,
Fut rounded by Brat class countty teats. Addles! J. W. R.,
at this otlice. myl.a w a 3:0
@FOR SALE.— A HANDSOME BRICK REST
deuce. with three•story double bank buildings.
evory ConVt 'Aetna. and lot 20 feet front by 12) feet
doer,. Situate on the weet eldo of Tooth street, below
spruce etroet. .1. M. OUMMEY SONS, 733 Walnut
et reet.
FOR BALE TliE MODERN YOUR STORY
EER brick redder co, with every convenience; in excel
." lent of der. and lot 116 feet deep to a street: No, 923
Clinton street. between Spruce and Pine etreete. J. M.
MM & ant.% Walnut et.
tinWEST RITTENHOUSE SQUARE--FOR SALE—
An elegant Reeldence, 22 feet 6 inches front, built
and fintched throughout in the best manner. with 4
lath rooms. reveral cedar (lonely, Izc.. and lot 253 feet
deep. through to Twentieth street. J. M. GUM.M.EY &
UNB, 723 Walnut street.
FOlt BALE. —A HANDSOME MODERN COT-
Cage, built In the beet manner. Tel' h every city eon•
venience, plate glees windowe, and in perfect or
der. Bito.te %Ulan five minute,' walk from Tinge Ste
two. on the Germantown itaLlroad. Lot 100x.:-0 feet.
ha odeomely improved, and excellent garden. J. X.
& SONS. 733 Walnut street.
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fruVALUABLE GRANITE STORE PROPERTY FOR
Salo- Built in the most eubstantial manner, 'ratable
• for the heaviest business, Noe 58 .nd 60 North Front
street el. Al. IiUMMEY di SONS. 733 Walnut street.
rFOR SALE---THE HANDSOME FOUR-STORY
", Brick Residence, situate No .1705 Filbert street; lot
x 117, to a 40 feet wide street; imuiedito possession
given M . GUSAMEY AL SONS, 733 Walnut street.
UREESE MoCOLLUM, REAL ESTATE AGENTS.
Office. Jackson street, opposite Mansion street, Cape
Island, N. J. Real Estate bought and sold. Persons do.
swoos of renting cottages during the mason will apply or
address as above.
Respectfully refer to Chas. A Robicam. Henry Bumny
Frauds hlcllvaln, Augustus Mean°, John Davis. =A
W. W. JuvenaL feB-tf4
TO BENT. -I.:PrElt ROOMS, NOB. 428 and 418 MAS
ket atreet. DICKSON BROS.
Inbasov,tf4 /:10 Walnut street.
OFFICES TO RENT
ON SECOND AND THIRD FLOORS
my4-15t• WALNUT STREET,
FDR RENT.—TIIE SECOND, THIRD FOURTH
Moon. of the new building at the N. W. corner of
Eighth and Market atreete Apply to STRAW BRIDGE
6: CLOTHIER, on the premitea. .1a25 t f
ETO LET.—As LARGE AND DESIRABLE PUR
ribbed Residence; etsettng and fine shade, lawn.
dm. Near Fisher's Lane and Germantown.
CLARK & EWING,
my 4 St• 707 Walnut street.
TO RENT— FURNISHED THREE STORY
E . , Brown-atone House, with large garden, No. 441(4
Spruce street, Moat Philadelphia. Posaearion June
lat. Anal, on pramirecor at sit Arch street. my 4-04
TO RENT—FOR ONE, TWO OR THREE
months, a completely fundehed residence. having
all conveniences Eight miles from the city and 1
mile from Jenkintown Station, on dm North Pennsylva
nia Railro ad. HORACE FRITZ.
my33t• No. 713 Walnut street.
riTO LET— HOUSE, NO 2123 BILI.NDYWINE
street, with modern improvements. in complete re.
Pair. Inquire No. 3 South Fifth street.
my 3 it. T. E. CIIAPIdAN.
E.lO LET-FURNISHED—
TheWeldor= 4107 Walnut etreet. Apply 41092
' Walnut street. my 3 31*
EtTO LET—FURNISPIED BUMMER RESIDENCE.
on the Delaware, near Bristol Vour-story brick,
1113 South Fifth meet. ROBERT GRAFFEN 6i
SON, h 37 Pine street. ap3o ly
-
FURNISHED—TO LET—FOR JUNE. ,
E" August and 13aptember , , a Cottage of tan rooms. with
fruit and vegetable garden and poultry yard, an
hour from tho city, at Edgowater, N. J. two minutes*
walk to aC. A. R. R. station. Apply on , the- promises
to Rev. J. A. SPOONER. aY27.tfe
TO RENT A PLEASANTLY SITUATED
inDouse (partially tarnished), and .ahout an acre of
ground. The property is tour miles from the
city, and within a square of a Railroad Station.
E. 8. HARLAN,
731 Walnut street
. 70 ItitNT- HANDdOME FOUR-FITORY
;/, 184 feet deep, vittinte No. 41 North Third street,
Large Store aud Dwelling, - No. 1024 Walnut street.
Store end Dwelling, No. my Walnut drool. 'J. E
GUMMEY di SONS, 713 Walnut street,
irTO RENT—A HANDSOME COUNTRY BEAT,
FOR THE BUMMER BEASON, with two and a
half acres of ground, Thorp'e lane, third home from
Day's lane, Germantown, with every convenience, gas,
bath, hot and cold water, stable, carriage-boueo, ice
house, with 40 tone of ice, cow stable, chicken-house, and
every improvement; will be rented with or without fur
niture. Ariol7 to COPPUCR & JORDAN. 433 Walnut et.
TO RENT.-A MODERN REBIOENOE, NO. 1238
InOxford ntreet, first door oast of Broad street. AB
modern improvements. Immediate possession.
Airwitie liondsome•Cuentry•Bentrvrltirten aeresuf- land,
walk gewater, ion. Apply view of the river ; 3 minutes
from sta to COPPUCK & JORDAN.
433 Walnut etreet. •
WANTED TO ItENT—A MEDIUM 131 . 4 ED
Dwelling for a small family , situate between
lOhestnut . and Spruce, and west of Thirteenth street.
Possession in August or . BeyteMber. CLAUK di ETTINO.
711 Walnut street. mys.vr f rn BP
_
NAVAL STORES. LOCO BARRELS ROSIN, A
grades, 75 bble. Tar, 100 bblo. Pitch, 100 bbbs. Spirits
Turperitir 6, for sale iby UOULIRAN, BUSSULIA 00..
22 North sront otreot.
°nth() Intend.
. D.. T. PRA:rr.
100 South Fourth street.,
WILL BB RENTED LOW
TO lIVENT.
RPNT A FURNISHED HOUSE, WITH
.rn conveniences, one mile from tho Greenwood
on on the West Chester Railroad. fourteen
tho city. Address U. E., Box 35. Media Poet
'mys.6t•
ABLE TO LET.—TO LET. A STABLE AND
ige Muse in Cherry street, below Nineteenth.
at No. 1&11 Arch street. my f.titO
WANTS.
THE
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GR)3IIT ~ZIN0. 4 .111: I) tirTSRS.f
BIOGRAPHICAL inter=
DR. CHEOPSUS,
TILE DIBCOVEHER OF
THE zilver.A.7ELl.
,
Dr. ALI'S/1/140N .CIIEOFAUf3, the. titecrer o this.
rowerful herb Inown as the ZIEGA. or. its it called by,
the Egyptians Zinser, was an buy ptian; horn In'the
voiles of tbe'liiilicalhistotic Nile. In that part'of Egypt
bpar, n in , ;melt nt history al Baliata,- and in modern
times as t otrer Et ypt. Cheeping, being of bumble Parch,
loge. was !nearly youthplaced in the oervlce of , a chop.
bet d. who , in this Nomadic course of life. wlthiels flocks,
u antic) ed far into the interior or upper regions of. this
bine bile, throogh the district, of- liald and 'restart.
During the long and weary days of bath,' in the fertile
•sileya and on the borders of tho lakes, al hough *mere
la:a. Cheopsus eljabited a postural or lan rive love And
kncstit dee of lir ve a a herbs, Note. bark.. end vggetableo
gtiletally. On hie ratan from thaupper cc unty with his
flocks he would in. nriably bring with him fndts. prods,
her h' :roots. die.. end trampler:o -end sow, on the
1. rd` of his t niployer or on the limited domain of his
parents. tin 11. at the age of 16 yam. ha had stocked a
considerable:tract of land near 'tile towzroftbiturant, in
I'. ha. a. As bh . the choicest vegetablea,and medicinal
1 lento, arum g winch was millet, sweet rush, carthaitum,
cardamon. *roe, Jalsp, coloquinlida, sycaniorts, , !rifle,
acacias, etc.
After a faithful service of tin Years as a shepherd he
&volt d himself exclusively to the retention and propaga
tion of *Venue and rare' Plants 'and flowers, containing
i' *a it alities ill tea heretofore haling eau .to ,the' Raise or
Demme of Egypt. While thus employed in
,life ./mole
sled mein] tumults. he daily Ministered to the pont peo
ple who rafter( d from the various' maladies incident to
titailimate. and hedi by his vegaleble PrePtirattoas sod
ei tura , inle,, gained a mood local reputation as, a alttliful
phyeician. by thetas,. of Ettypt--desootto ind rigid as
they, were—Cheopsus subjected , himself to iitinisbnient
for infringing upon the cockatoo tights of the Postophort
a tl, es rf priests who alone had the privilege of ,ollici
sting as doctor!. 'Upon complaint being lodged arab:est
bun. Cheopeus "tag trantrotted as a prisoner to (Miro.
After muck delaT and suffering he was tirotrillt fortis for
trial. ' be people of him neighborhood were there) in
great numbers, and demanded • haring before
31 *Mimed Alt the Viceroy of EMI. Meharried, a
wire and enlightened Prime. granted the prayer of
the people,and COMM hods d Cboopsue to be brought Define
him, to hear aid decide the charge Preferred dgainst the
orbioner.. Hemmed, famous In both hemispheres for
his encouragement of the arts lied science'', and ever
arislons tottre Mote tbo welfare ci the people. was taken
by aural be at the wonderful knowledge duple yed by tho
unlettered Doctor. He not only immediately eat
theorems at liberty, but placed him and -r the care of the
oelebrated liserhi g, the prlncit el Professor of Medicine
of the school Minya, at •,:airu. Here. atter /event years
of attention arid I aborlose study, with his quick. active
tar d. sad ale est Initerent rower of comparison, be bad
mastered all the 11, parries and secrets of the heeling art
I mown to the Rasa of the college. His fame sowed, as
on the wings of the wiled, by reason of his many wonder
f score. not only in Egypt but throughout Turkey,
Greece, Arabia and Persia. In the acme of hts fame and
great reputation, he was specially depited by his ben
is etor and friend. the Niteroi Mohamed All, to
odertake a journey to the unexplored regions of Upper
Egypt. v. nth the view of discoveriur some plant POSLIOSS
is e for medicinal qualities to cute the datagerout mats
dies prevailing among • he people atm all/ after the vernal
equinox. Betides the plagues. the people of aM chasm
were tot me cited with t e ver and ague. bilious fevers, Errors
rh ids, ni rerun deblll y. di errhoat typhus tover.end other
eltemass peculiar to the ellinstc of the Nilo country. In
tats Cheopeus, after a earths of search. trials and experi
ment, was most nice. erfuL and brought with Mtn tho
Zingatinl herb a vegetable troduction perhaps un
equaled for medicinal .1 tuns upon the face of the globe.
Alter procur Le large quantities of thin truly orations
weed, and its triad growth by transplantation
tn the cultivated vaileye of ths Lower
the
the
prsearation of the famous tonic. the .ZIN
GA Ell B •rilFatft, was commenced and given to the pub.
lie Its . ffestwati miraculous, and so moth did Un* Slri
tars cc a e itt on of the people of Catroimprove that Cheap
tun wasbotroted Rod esteemed by Puttees and [antenna
as * public benefactor. ' Hotiorit and presents' were
showered upon him. The Viecrev,‘ as * token of his, re
gard for Checpsils. and ae an acknowledgment of greet
tarsiers. decorated hint with 'the tlnDerill orders of
lemarl and Daledin. The Sanaa of Turkey, as well as
the !mourn of lltarotilovited. Chemin"... w.hre was now
called the Rote a Mirrains (the Doctor of Egypt>. to their
courts. and ritrethed him with the Bust diatiogaishad
conalderetion.
On one of his travels from Alexshads to the -Islienercf
Corfu. a fellow.passeager, a merchant ,from the„eity of'
Iterlic. a relative of the proprietor of the ZlNtiAll.l
41111E.F9, made otv due t es acquaintance, acid having
shown bum many -, • --a es 1,1 the tempeettmos anu
dim gowns voyage, c0e5.,... •e . e reroth embsred by ono
t
f adistent lant -1- •1. srmipe for the • preparing
o f this great asset ,-. pi --00 S. et Iss Un-rmatty the
present proprietor - toes; .4411 valuable reCipeool2/•
partitively but • les , . ago: but eh
ry * allicausy surd beat
ing Dualities of .0 extraordina preparation bag
already made It fain. ire sad pspolar in America (Melo.
iliac of tivrt lOUs of the southern divisions of this continent/
*Akin the *agent k'rtidoin of the Pita:mar. It hi sold in
almost every city, town and village, arid wherever II Wu
been tried ahem produced roareelons regatta. The pro.
pnetor has in ails pesseasion thousands of certificates
from individuals who hare been benefited by the
flitter,.
The great ZIN. HARI BITTEP Et was but recently offered
to she American public. Its high qualities Were almost
immediately recognized. and the demand for it lacresaed
ro rapidly that the manufacturer wills great difficulty
kept the !apply in advance of the consumption. Therm
prietora disclaiming any attempt to establish a new 'sys
tem of rardttetioa . are warranted. on the Light of past
experience, to declare. without fear of ruccoraful contra
diction, that they have produced &remedy against Infec
tion', organic, malotiOlia. epidemic. scrofulous. or MA am
rn story disease*. unsurpassed Asa preventive against
these it Mum bean thoroughly tested. and is always out
seesled. Eta the great Ilygeinic compound, and searches
sot diet -aged action in every part of the system. trending
increased vitality into every channel. ft hiss been widely
and ouccessfully tested in a great variety of cams of Dye.
ante. Fever and Ague, Bilious Fever, Colic. Cold s, Bra:l
-sting. Consumption Let it, diet stage Flatulency, Nervosa
Debility. Female Complaints, Ithellmatism. DJ eentery,
dente and CM cquic Diarrbma. Cholera Maims, Cholera.
Typhoid and Typhus Fover, Yellow Fever. Scrofula,
Dlgeases of the Ilidneya. Ha bitual Coativenees. dm.. Ace.
Ass remedy in clues of Cholera It never fails. if used
in time, to prevent. and invariably cures this disease if
used as directed. As a remedy Malaise Obolerablorbus
and Diarrhea in all its forms, acute and chronic. it tur
ps, se _a ell other cannonade. Vied in malatioug climates
and In the bat weather of the Summer, it is a mat val
sable pi cattily°. As a Tonic it la untatralett
A WORD TO THE LADLES
The use of the %thwart Ilium will give to you that
soft, semi-traneparent complexion which nature fully
intended that you thould have—for it le naturu's own
yowdsr and ra=nt combine& fly purifying the blood.
ptimniating the pigmentary cells of the dermis or true
;skin, and imn.rting health and life throughout the entire
system. it gives that Falcon: clearnttc and beauty to the
complexion so much to be desired.removing all roughness.
blotches. fret Ws. pinitles. and that yellow. eickly look
co commcrn In ur days ; and what is even better than
tk le it cures every species of irregularities and disease.
head these certificates taken from a largo collection:
TIE lIOBT REMARKABLE CUBE KNOWN TO MEDI
CAL SCIENCE.
This may /terrify that about four yearn age I was at
tacked with what seemed a very obscure affliction.
Nit not really sick. but continually suffered of a general
oneasinees and peculiar paios in my legs. After auffering
in tiLIS way for germ al months. sores commenced to break
out, and soon not Itat than fourthennehealthy Meseta were
establish* d, and their scrofulous character fully ',hewn.
Every one geld (including several physicians) that this
was the wont calm of Scrofula they.ever saw. and tons
Chapel's for recovery WITS regarded as verrneor. lam
ore nothing 1 mod did any good.. 1 spent all the
oney I could raise with doctors sad for patent reed.
R
inee.•but was pot in the least benefited. I was, &ben e t
Year ago, induced to use the ZINGARI HITTEK, and
was con satiety cored by less than four bottles'. ' , Anyone
who limy be Ineredulous can see me at the iron cur
aaa,corter waist)* and Railroad streets. Harrisburg.
and eee the scars for themselves. Ido not believe that s
more R onderful core of Ltd. monstroue disease was ever
effected by e as edicine, and i 1 confidently believe that
elosoet every of this complaint will yield to this
ostraerdinerr Preparation. My general health , la now
encellent, ed, say appetite rogolarly good. 'must have
died but for your zus GA II BI TEES.
GEO. iwitmteg.
George Thomas, do suitor that the above, jet,tie and
aerrett In every particular. Sworn and eubscelbed before
nee.A. 41. SMITH,
' Notary
Certificate from Me Excellency, David R. Porter, at-
GIOVErZLOT of Pennsylvania:
11 ,
tuneenaa. Pe., Doe: . 7.11161
I had occasion to nee ZiiifjAllT EIMTICRE{
Is neytamily, and found thernivery e ff icacious , in all die ,
to
°flint New Yo r k ,
have recommended the foundlscf
friends in New York, where' they have been to
produce the same effect. Every family would do well to
have a supply at all times on hand.
t Curies the prevalence of Cht;lerDa4iVni,'CDOlLlumPelitTEPa.,a. I
was attacked with rico w &ter Glarrham and Cramps: in
fact. all the symptoms of that dreadful disease. I was
completely relieved be a few dome of the ZINGA.RII3I.I. ,
EMI 1 had also suffered, for over six menthe, of a pain
he my breast and general debility, which 11 half a bottle
of thel BITTERS wholly eradicated. 1 hove gained nine
teen pentads in weight slurs I used This HITTERS
bar greatly improved a ny alth in every way--cerinly
did nib more good than medicine I ever need: lam
et Ter end healthier now than I have been torenum
bor wears. I can oonfidently reoommeed,thie remedy ;
to all who troffer as I did . '• '
I. Jacob C. Seheaffor, do wear that the above state.
mast is correct and trite. J. O. SCHE'APPER.
ilwem and subscribed, November 17, MS, before
Hartur Alderman.
Wo hays on file the largest number of certificates of
which any preparation. nurPorting to be of a similar
nature. can , poesibly bout- certificates from blembere
of Compels, • Governors of States, Judges cr c our t,.
Members af -the Bar, eminent Physicians, and intelligent
Indies and gentlemen all over the country.
noid by dealers throughout the world. •
Pike, S 1 per bottle, or dl per half dozen.
F. RAHTER
Proprietor's and hianufaotarece.
No .6 N.front Sired, Philadelphia Pa.
EXCIUSIVO Agenciee granted where none aro now ea.
tablishod. I, utre.w &at .;
ART - ITEMS.
—lt 1e statelltliarNkpblebri III:" liatt tit rad
determined to complete the Ate do Triomphe
by placing on the summit the colossal bronze
group which the first Emperor intended for
the crowning of the edifice.
—The four paintings by Jerome Thomp
son, the lithographs from:whieli are' well
known, respectively entitled "The Old Oaken'
Bucket,": "Home, Sweet:Horne ' " mThe 'Cap
live Child," , and "Paddle Y nur Own Vatioe,"
were sold last week at the Fifth.AveritteArt
Gallery, New `York. amid considerable en
thusiasm. "The Old Oaken Bucket" was
bought by A. C. Hodges fur $4,000;
Home," by the same, for $2,500; the "Co
five," by Mr. Stanford, for $1,750; "Paddle
Your Own Canoe," for $l,OOO, the only bid,
by James 11. Smith.
—To the general public the Botanic Gar
dens in Regent's Park, London, are almost
exclusively known as a fashionable lounge
on certain summer afternoons. Artists g•)
there, however, to study foliage and plants
for their pictures. This class certainly use
their opportunities in the strangest fashion.
Their visits to the garden evince a certain de
sire for correctness and truthfulness, but in
the end love of artistic effect generally
triumphs over every other consideration.
Any one who examined the exhibited pic
tures of the last twelve months with any care
could not fail to have been struck with such
incongruities as English bulrushes concealing
the infant Moses, plants only known in the
Australian flora forming a bed fur "The
man who fell among thieves," pine trees pe
culiar to California overshadowing the tomb
of an officer buried in the Crimea; whilst,
worst of all, in "Queen Mary's bower" plaitts
which flower at such wide intervals as Lord,
June and September, are huddled in without
the least regard-to truth.
—BALE OF TIIIIHEII:13 SKEWERS. —lt is
rather ill natured to say so, but it turns out
that all of Ruskin's prolonged laudation of
Turner has the effect of an immense adver
tisement—the most elaborate thing in the
way of a card ever got up in the history of
art. Mr. Ruskin writes, during half a life
time, his "Modern Painters," devoted to ele
vatiog the edifice of Turner's fame; meantime
he buys Turners, a go ,d many of them ; and
new he sells out a number of the water
colors at.the value injected into them by his
criticisms—and goes to Italy. Those are the
facts. Stye an Erglish paper : "01 thirty.
nil mere sketches by Turner,sold the middle
( April, the avtrage price was nearly x to;
iinisned drawing of the early neriod went
`‘ r Laf,O, ard the well•known 'Lucerne' for
3bo—prices which works of the same class,
s ale, end finish, have perhaps never reanhed
before. Mr. Ruskin's property was certainly
sr Id at a great advantage, beteg accompanied
by critical descriptio ns from the owner; and
the prices did, in most cases, follow toe
guidance thus provided for ourelasers. Mr.
Ruskin will soon leave fir Verona, to cod) ,
some Irescoes, for the Arundel t 3 uriety;
—A BEAM/ HUI, AST FOR AMERICAN WO
11111 N. —A Vet: jai col reelpomieut, woo has
visited the ateliers of a mosaic company, in
Campo S. Vio, on the Grand Canal, suggests
that the pretty art there practised would be
a diversion for fair fingers at borne. It would
certainly be better than Potichomania, Da
calcomania, or Grecian painting, and less
serious and nn-sexing than modeling or oil
painting. Speaking of the "Anglo-Italian"
(Anglican cash; Italian brains) Mosaic com
pany, this writer observes: "160 square
metres of mosaic; work have been executed in
this establishment, some of them exquisite
miniatures, such as the portraits of Columbus
and Marco Polo, for which the Municipality
of Venice paid 13
.000 francs, others for the
Kensington Museum, IJ.indon, for which
2,LCO each was paid, the remainder monu
mental mosaic, which costs about 80 francs
per square foot. The sum realized for the
160 meters is 30,280 franca. Fifty workmen
are employed in this department. I asked
tee director if be took apprentices. He said :
•No; they would waste our time, which Is
the article of which we have least to spare,
t ut our pupils come to us chiefly from the
Venetian Academy. At first I bad great
hopes of employing women, but I have now
giving up the idea, owing to the impossibility
of finding any girls in Venice with a decent
knowledge of drawing.' Tnis remark set me
thinking how easy it would be fur a few
enterprising American women, who possess
fair knowledge of drawing, to come over and
learn the mosaic art thoroughly, and return
to their own country to furnish ornamental,
pictorial and monumental m relic to all wu )
require a decoration which alone defies wind,
smoke and water."
—NEW FRENCII ART JOURNAL —M. Fey
dean's new monthly art periodical is of 83
large octavo pages, the printed page being of
the aim of that ut the For(/lir/hay Review,
but in larger typo than teat, and on larger
paper, so as to present a very elegant aspect.
It contains no illustrations, but from seven to
nine body articles to each number, followe-I
by "Nouvelles de l'A.rt et de la Curiosite," in
smaller type. As is usual in French j )ur
nals, each article is signed. The Revue has
about It this much that is remarkable, that it
undertakes to espouse vigorously a cause; it
devotes itself to the promulgation of certain
theories of art, and the full criticism, accord
ing to the beat lights, of works of art, collec
Lions, and of acts of individuals and of the
state which bear upon the arts. If its course
should continue to be in the spirit of the
leading address to the reader, it might prove
of the greatest value to the arts, to literature,
and to history; but such a course would be
almost unexampled. The announcement of
intentions is, however, frank and complete
enough: "It will not be a work of pure
analysis and of cautious speeches (rueciage
ments), but an instrument of warfare and of
polemics. It has always appeared to us sin
gular that, while in all political, social, philo
aephical, literary and religious questions two
hostile camps are set face to face, each trying
to destroy the other, there should not be the
same in questions of art. Bet ween us and our
adversary there is no truce possible. We
represent principles diametrically opposed,
and the affirmation of one set implies the
negation of the other. * • • • We shall
support and protect every attempt, however
timid, however juvenile it may be,which may
tend to bring the French school into the
healthy and natural path laid out and labori
ously followed by the masters. It is for this
task, and because we were fatigued with the
guilty good-nature and the caprice which too
often preside over the critichen, of art, that we
have founded the Review." We leave for
future notices the mention and
_criticism of
particular articles. The Review seems to be
an undertaking of first-rate importance, which
we are glad to welcome.—Nation.
-STARVATION OF A TALENTED FRENCH
ARTIST IN LONDON. —The body of Isidore
Magnes, aged fifty-nine, a French artist, was
found dead inbed at his rooms In Charlotte
street, Fitzroy square. M. Antonio Van
Bever, also an artist, asid he had known the
deceased for fifteen years. He once held a
high position, and being anxious to make a
name in the world he five years ago Com
menced a large picture which he hoped,
when completed; to havn in the gallery at
Versailles, rind with that - iin# - he - sent ttpgr ,
tograph of it to the French Emperor. Ho
also had an idea of sending it to the English
Royal Academy. He named the picture--a
crayon drawing, which he intended to bring
out in oil—"L'Entente Cordiale: an Episode
of the Crimean War," and the price he ;had
fixed .. ,Ivas -UAW- He labored' ein' this
picture, neglecting other work which would"
have paid biro well,' and gradually sank
lower and lower into poverty. His friends
assisted bim, but being absorbed in his great
work, he did net heed their advice, and they
left him. He was, however, assisted by the
French Ambassador, and last 6a;urday he
(the Witness) saw deceased, who was much
depressed in spirits, as he expected the bro
kers to be put ip posSession for rent.' He Bald
his troubles were so groat that ho feared his
brain would give way. The witness gave
him a shilling, for which he appeared very
thankful. On Monday the witness .
upon him, but received 'no answer to his
knock. Ho went again on Tuesday, and en- .
tend the deceased's bedroom and found him
dead. lir. George Ross said that when called'
in to the deceased he had been dead at least
two days. The room was in a filthy dirty
cordition, and the picture referred to—cer
laiely a very fine one—was in that room.
The post mortein examination showed that
the brain was entirely wane from the effect of
decomposition.. The cause of death was fatty
degeneration of the heart, the latter probably
having ceased its action through the mental
excitement of the deceased. The servant at
the house in Charlotte street said that the
principal food of the deceased was a loaf of
bread and a pint of milk daily. On Sunday
week the landlady, in order that he should
not go without food, lent him a little money.
He said, "Thank you. God bless you."
He owed six weeks' rent, at 15s. a weeir.
The jury returned a verdict of "Death from
fatty degeneration of the heart, accelerated
by want and anxiety of mind."
PASSENGERS ARRIVE D.
In steamer onawanda . (tom Savannah—J T Mor
sic Musa haudatn. Mite Cotli, Miss Hunter. Mr F D
Bogart. Mr Btetesbnry. Dr Ei ws sler, W 13 Head and wife P
A Homey 1.1 liurnd and lady. Bra B A Beard. Mrs Mur
ray. Mr Diaz and wife. P Perna and wife,Martin Buffets
Austin Perry. Yanacin Perry. Francisco Perry. four chit
dren and two servants. Mr James Dick. Mr Kelly. Mr F A
Cooke.
I,M Qtc.TATLO N
Rerortea for the Yhlladeiohm Evenine
SAVANNAH—Steamer '1 onawanda, Cant. Jenningo—
ltd, bdln greet hides Philadelphia end Hooton 88 Go; 71
bale. rag. 3 do cotton 10 doyarn 8 B Blake; 23 do rage 2
bzo cliche F Bogart ; bales c tton Cochran, Breach tt;
Co; 'a do yarn Ulagitorn; 11.4rIng & Co: 20 do yarn liar
Mcßtvlrti 12 do warp M.lter at Bro; 18 do corton H Pat
terron ; In do Randolph & Jenke ; 20 do ft D Wood& iOrl .
El do order; 203 bre he a It Pibreo; .Al tone iron 1,04de1l
tar Vi beet to; 26 JAI. iron Morn., Wheeler & Go; 25 'OW
iron A & P Itoburte; 143 angel.: Engel; 40 hlf Able It ;
btlo 40 half do hta..ey, Button & Co; Ilk bra r•lceta
bier Johns M I/11CD 20 too. ar,,n Samuel, with nundry
en all Ma end WSJ tele to W L Jatuur,a4eut.
IS ihMENTs or 00 RAN STEAMERS.
TO ARRIVE.
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Ileivttla . .Liverpool_New York.. April 21
h•oorilvapla --Liver - 10o] .New York.. ....... April 43
Mara , h 0 II . . . ... __Liverpool— Now York.... A t,ril 24
Lathy ette................8revt..New York . Pi pr il ill
I. irotrria.. ..... .... Havre ..New Y0rk..........Aprzi 4.1
City PKirton. _New York via H..npnt 24
Par, Fua y . London.. hew York .....Aprli g.. 4
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Palmy; a. . ....... ?'e" 1 ark. Lioervo*l ...... e
Mat it otot . 1 ork..Now Orletart 414 y a
( /co. ..Ntls York,. Vera Cruz, !Cc-- May 8
C 4 II . ....... New York .............May 17
Colun York ..014rg0w............May 8
Cif , of Baltimore—New York..Liveryonl May 8
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io Ness York ..Llverpool ..... ay 8
..... ...New York ..H um burg ....May 11
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BOARD t3F
J PERT. WITHERILL,
BAHL EL U. STI,K.E.s, i blown/ Li Co
JAMES DOUGIIEW/Y.
M A_RILNE BULLETIN
PORT OF PHILADELPHIA-MAT 0
mA antra, 1661 Sun Bate. 6 BID UIGD WIMP= 9 65
SSRIVED YESTERDAY.
Steamer Tonawanda, Jenninna. 70 imam from Savan
nah. with cotton, du. to Philadelphia and Southern Midi
SS Co.
btr:imer Antbracite. Green. 24 hours from Now York.
ith =die to W Id Baird & Co.
CLEARED YEeI'TERDAY.
Steamer Partite. Ememan. New York. John F OhL
Steamer 3 ti Shriver. Dennis. Baltimore. A Groves, Jr.
Steamer Decatur. V. ebb Baltimore. A Groves, Jr.
Hark A Ilutroer. Davie, St John. NB. L Westergaard&Co.
Kai k Robert Potter. Eaton. Alaska. Workman & Co.
El le L. audt e (Br). Caron. Quebec. do
WIN G w chase. Bacon. Portincd. Warren & Gregg.
ri g cal-alma E Kelly, Robinson. Boston. Davey. BundeY
t n.
Schr J P Speddet. McCall, Norfolk, Day. Hnddell & CO
correspondence of the Philadelphia EvenlnaUeda
READING. Slay S. IeoTA.
The followinfr, boats from the Union ()anal passed into
the Fchylkill Canal, bound to Plnlnidebine. laden and
tonsig - ned a. follows:
Erb , rdshir, with lumber to Jackson dr Sharp. Whaling.
ton . Awauda trninia. do to Shaeffer 6t Co, Active. do
to to Bose at it( odehbusti ; Odd Fellow, do to Patterson
Lippincott • E d tie cll.-Tibor., do to Ellis Brewer At E
En ma lialu, limestone to Peacock ez Otto; Ander
soh, tic to - to captain. F.
MEMORANDA
Ship Matilda Hilyard. Lovitt from Liverpool for this
pmt a IBP Fultit LTuris 6 I'M lath ult.
r hti , I r dia. Patten, cleared at Baltimore 3d inst. for
Sat lrapcieco.
.11 p t alhoun. Crayry. cleared at New York yesterday
fir Aral tile,.
ship Mary Russell blitford. Berry. from London for
flit port. axe rft telt , of Wight 11th ult.
steamer N't
r y owing.. Teal, hence at Savannah ye,terday.
steam, r Ph:rter, Barrett, hence at Win - mar/an, No 3,
ye,c,riior,
6tearner Norman. (rowell. hence at Boston 3d Inst.
r. trier Jac S Green, Vance, sailed from Norfolk let
Inst tor this port
Stax er pity of Manchester tßr). Delamotte. cleared at
New York yeateldav for Liver pool
iFark Sea Engle. Allen. at Cadiz 14th ult. from N York
Bark Sta• of \Nal, 5..1, nPr. from Meggina for this port
to. t d th ough the Straits ad ult.
Ha k Scottish Bride. Allen, hence for Stettin. in the
SOUSA. F laln• re 16th ult.
Brig A I cc Lea, Foster, cleared at Baltimore 3d instant
for Norfolk
Sete - F It Baird. Ireland, at Matanzas 23d nit for this
port Both.
Sent E F Cabada, Swain, at Jacksonville 27th tilt. from
Charleston.
Sete E L Danenhower. Shepard, hence at Boston 3d
instant_
r air Dlrigo. ('lark, hence for Bath, arrived at Boreon
yesterday, with lose of n,aintormatuit and sails. The
num! hi f eking down. he could not he kept tree of water,
and wan Innen In with on the 3d inst. 50 mile, from
'I hatcher',, I.land by the Fehr Northerner. and assisted
lots port '1 he D bee I feet of water In her hold.
San' John Wali.er sailed from Norwich let instant
for this t.ort.
Behr J J Bright, Shaw, hi nee at Boston 2d inst.
MARINE MISCELLANY.
Three men were rescued from the rigging of the Leah,
Jacques, from Burnes Ayres for Philadelphia, which
wse lott on the Banco Chic,. in the River Plate, %hi of
Bli , rch. The remainder of the crew had left the vessel
in the thin's boat
'thew ork of raising Behr Lewis Audenried, which was
eut,k abreast of Fort Jacket n, on the rum Georgia, nearly
a year ago. ss ith s cargo of coal, has been progresemg for
acme time vest under the direction of Capt Th , ,s Brit%
who has succeeded in raising the ear so that her decks
are char rt low crater. It wee expected ch • t she would
be pumpcd out on the let test, and towed to the city with
het ergo.
ISPECIIAL MOTIVES.
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argi.yr• THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE STOCK
holdet e of the Green Mountain Coal Company will
be held at the office of the Company. No. 3 Merettaute'
xrbange. Philadelphia, at 12 o'..lociv, noon, on Tuetd ty.
Hay 11, 113e0. W M. S. (OMEN. decrtittu v.
I'lll LA IDELPHIA, April 00, 1869. myl 3 57 9 IO6t•
Ler OFFICE OF THE LEHIGH ZINO COMPANY
No. 383 Walnut etreet.
PIII April 20. 18&9.
The Annual Meeting of the citockholdere of the Lehigh
Zinc company will be held at the eorupany's office, o,
vs, IDNESDAY. May 6, at 12 o'cl , ck M., for the plrtyset
of eh ctieg seven Pim( tore to verve during tips &min,
year, and for the trannactim of any other Nisi/sem th.s
may onse before the Meeting.
as 2t-14t GORDON MONGER, Treasurer. L.
Or • 1111 THE C t 2
T, BANK O llo' TYP6i 4 II ) BI
PUBLIC, OF PHIL DELPLIIA, made to the Controller
of the Currency. as shown by its book at the close of
busineas on U. e 17th day of April. 1869:
HASOURCES.
Louie end .... . $1.172.388 86
United Slates Bonds deposited
with Treantrer of United Statee, 500 000 00
Bonds on hand. 141.0 000
Real Estate (productive).......... 182.121 10
Legal Tender Notes and Certia•
caters *xi 78.5 00
National Bank Notes ... 87.513 00 .
Fractional Currency and Stamps. 5 900 10
Pr m lums 0.948 00
Due from other Banks ............ 502.869 48
919. 498 63
Expenses and ..... ........ 28.860 21
Total. .
. 82,907,868 70
LIABILI lIEli.
Capital 5t0ck..... . ... .. . . .........(51,00000,1 OO
•
Circulation. 4 L 7 . 600 ou
Deposita..' 1.4 la 129 66
Frith, and Loss . 77.8x0 04
Total
...
" W4l Y. ... ...........................
_PRISAAVATILA, Ana:Jl n 4.140.
TIIE ANNUAL MEETING OF TIIG
BLOOSIB
burg Iron, Company mill be held at the offlee at iron
dale. Columbia county, Pa., on WEDIsIEBDAY, May 19,
1869. for the election of nine Directore to Perm the entitl
ing year. and for the traneaction of other budnega,
NM. E. 8, BARER, Bocretary and Tieneuror.
isie,l22 Race ittreet.
runainiulakti 41prn 17.1866. aPWtairAIP
TILE DAILY EITENINti BIiLLEIIN-7-PhiLADI.,L.PHIA, WEDNESDAY. MAY 5, 1869.
SPECIAL NO Fl ; "
NOTICM TO THE PLIIILIC 8C000Lii"INI TUE
The Teachent n:the - Public Bchoolir
make Immediate collections In aid,of the WAtiIIINGTOSI
1I I UE, *LA report onaitv the collections, with the pa
pen., on IiAIUitLAY, May Bth, at the Teacher," Institute.
bete ecirthe hours of 10A. 61. and BP. M.•. The Commit ,
tee Elitist know at oncehowmuch the Schools 'have ur
trill contribute. th9 - ' Schools not coutribu , lug wale° re
port and return papers. „. .0 4 OlteiE F. GU ttoo:4
r,loBB,Pti COOPER., -
JAgie&IPMEEBOnfI,
Committee.
flair NOTICE IS IlEit EBY GIVEN THAT A MEET
ing of the comorbtore named fn thwatiartoot• of in.
oorpOranon of the PHILADELPHIA POUNI AIN SOD&
ETV will be 'it'd at No. 1512 Walnut street, on TlI U
DAV, the 6th day of Mart-1869048 P. IC for,the partithte
of electing a Preeident, two Vice Preddente, a Secretary,
a Treasorer.aod Dative ptraons.avbe' Abell Constitute a
board of mesa err for the control and management of
the affairs of the raid cetpotatibn.
Yr N SWANN.
MENAY'PAIII; BECK,
M. MESIEft ItEESE,
GEttftGE PLITT,
L. B.AItIIMEAD.
.DELP/11.61, April aetb. 1869,
inyl.B alt
OFFiCE OF TEIE AEONT ALTO IRON COI4-
PLIILADTMPUtA, April:l6th, 1869.
The minced meeting of the Stockholders will be held
at the I flice of the Company. No. 407 Library street., on
Mt./hi/AY. the 19:b day of May next, at 2 o'clock P. M,
hen en election will be held foe Directors. in nerve for
the ce ening year. WI)LLIAhI J. BARI - -
at Oil au u y 3 t, 7 10 61 Secretary.
Stir I,ITY g .Fplca
_ . ?) . 4 . 2 . L ! tirELPine. April 12, 1869.
NOTICE
To holdeta of FIVE AND SIX PER CENT. LOANS
of the tity of rbilar etpida.
Lonna of the City of Philadelphlti.ntaturfng July 1,
18e9 will be paid on prercotation at thin office. Interest
Ce&t Ing from date of maturity ,
JOSEPH N. PEIRSOL,
apl6 f In vrl2:6 City Treasurer.
set. DELAWARE AND RARITAN CANAL COM
PANY.
An Eleotlon for Nine Directors of the above Company.
to serve for the ensuing year. will be held at , he office. in
Princeton, New Jersey, on MONDAY, May 10, INA at 12
o'alm k M.
Dated kit:neon. N. J., APriG l7 IMO
aP2." lets JUIIN P. BKOCKTy..
Secretary.
lar OFFICE VULCAN MINING COMPANY,
FittLankt.Pura. April 12. 13tEt
Vie Annual Meeting of stockhoulers of the Vulcan
Mining Qornoany will be held at their office. No. 324 Wal
nut etreer, on TIIIIRtiDA Y. May 131 h, 18tH, at 12 o'clock
to the electiolit et Lirectors and transaction 01 other
business. B. A. BOOPed,
apl3-tmrl24 Secreta-y.
DIVIDEND NOTICES.
1/1231 BlA'lslii"Eith' AND MECHANICS'..NATL°NAL
The Box rd of Directors have tbil day declared, a Vivi
del.d of Five Per feent., payable on demand,cl..ar of Tax_
W. RUSHTON. Jit.,
Cashier.
E W vIAIEKCIAL NATIONAL BANK , OF
YF.hhBYLVAhIO.
P/ILILADELVTLIA. BIOS 4. KO.
7he Pogo d of Direetora bare declarQd a eemi anuuai
d I vid eLd of Five Per Celli.. Payable on deinand.e.,elir of
taxes
4446
itv TH Y. H EBI ERN NA PION AL BANK OF PHIL .A
n.LP lA.
Pri AT 4, 1.8119.
The Directors hnve his day declared a thvideud of
Six ICI Cent.. Vag able en detiland deer of ta
U. N. WSYGANDT;
Cazttler.
NATIONAL 13AIN K OF C.ERILANI
AL ELYIIIA.
rxsxtiNTowN, May 4.1869:
Ttir Dfrertore have hie day declared a dividend of
Sic• acd One-halt Yrr Cent, for the laet eta month!,
clear of taxer, payable on deruano.
CHARLES W. OTTO.
n Celt:der.
'- CORN EXCHANGE NATIONAL, It/INX.
nitre, May 4. 180.
lhe Board of Director! bay. Olio day declared a Divi.
dead of Seven Per Cent. for the last six count/la. - Payable
on Cr mend, clear of texee.
n. 4 6tt B. P. BCEIETICY, Cashier.
itu-- IHE CONOOLIDA'I lON NATIONAL BANK'
PIIII.APRLPIIIA. May 3, 18&9.
'I h. Board of Director have Una day declar.-d a ClIVi•
decd of eix Pet Cent., cleat of Luca. and payable on de.
wand. WM. 11. WEBB.
n•.) 13t'
s t e r NAIIONAL BANK.
PIiILe2 , ELPHIA. May 4, 1869.
The - Board of Director! have thin day declared a divi
dena of Bight (8) Per Cent., payable on demand, free of
MI. P. J. WIEGAND, Jd..
17 , 3 4 at Cashler.
stir GIRARD NATIONAL BANK.
PaiLanimem4, May t 18tH.
The Directors bave declared a dividend of Elia Per
Cent for the last stx months, payable on demand . free of
taxec. W. L. tiCIiAFFML
nr 3f.1 Cashier.
stet- cOUTHWARK NATIONAL BANK,
PIILLADELP73IA. Kay 4th,1869.
The Director" have thie d.v declared ei dividend of
Eight Per Cent. payable on demand.
rov4 at§ P. LAMB, Grainer.
oar COMMONWEALTH NATIONAL BANK.
PIIIL.A.DELPIIII, M ay 4, IM9.
The Directors have this day declared a dividend of
Five Per Cent., payable on demand, clear of taxere.
m3l Bt§ D. C. YOUNU, steh,er
air KENSINGTON NATIONAL BANK,
PIIILA.DELPIII.L. nay 4, 1869.
The Bawd of Directors have this day declared a dirt
dend of Twelve Per Cent. for the last ex months, payable
an demand, cleat of taxes. WSL MoCONN r Ll..
n $ 4 Gtr eakliter:
o• THE MANUFACTURERS' NATIONAL it 4\K.
LADELPIIIA May 4. IStl9.
The ooard of Directore have Ulla day declared a divi
dl ud of Five Per (Ant, payable on deniaud.
w)4 sr; Id. W. WOODWARD. Cathier.
SW- CITY NATIONAL BANK.
PUMA UELPLI lA. May 4, Bri9.
The Board of Directors have Una day declared a dtvi•
dead of Six Per Cent. payable on demand. clear of taxed.
c 4 11l 13. ALBERT LEWin. Cashier.
*- CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK.
PIIILAIIELPS) f A. May 4, 1F4.4.
The Directors have declared a divichad of Five t'er
Ceut., payable ou demand, clear of taxes.
TliEv. KITCHEN.
mv4 3tf Ceehier.
*ATIONAL BANK OF THE NORTHERN
LIBERTIES.
LADELPIIIA. May 3,
The Directors have this day declared a dividend of
Per I rut., pay/Ll:aeon demand, clear of tax.
rn 3-Ott tiIIMMERE, Cashi,r.
IHE PHILADELPHIA NATIONAL BANK.
Pit LAIDULPIIIA, May 3, 18n1.
The Directors have declared a Dividend ofCeven Per
Cant 1,,r the past tix menthe, payable .0 deli and, clear
of all taxes. . B. 13. CUM 'OlB,
n,)3 6t t)sehier.
LIATIONAL BANK OF THE REPUBLIC
PIIII.ATELPIIIA, May I.t. 1 , 09.
he Board of Directors have declared a olvideud of
'Urea ard One-half per Capt. for laid iii months, clear of
fazes. i.a) Mite on dew ar,d.
r0y1.6.6 JOSEPH P. MUM FORD, Cash'er.
Ii THE CHELTENHAM AND W1L...;.3W GROVE
TURNPiIiE COMPANY.
The Id Knape's have this day declared a dividend of
hree Per Cent. on ahe capital stock of the coon:any for
the last six recutbs ie:coltnive of 'raze.). Parsble on
and alter 13th instant WILLIAM H. P E
3d M ex'lB69. '1 reasurer,
n 3 4 3t• N. W. corner Six' h and Master streets,.
-
FITUE OF THE PHILADELPHIA EN
CHAN GE COMPANY.
. • ,
The Board of Managers has this day declared a Ind
dope of Two f•ollare and Fifty Cents per .hare. payable
on and at ter May 10, 1869. The Transfer Books will be
loacd until that date.
HENRY D. BHERRERD.
rny4-4t Treasurer.
THE GERMANTOWN AND PERE 10A1
H N PLR E COMPAN Y.—The Managers have this
dsy declared a dividend of Two-and-a-hall Per Cent. on
the cepiial stock of the Company, for the last six months
(exclu.ive of taxes), payable on and after 18th instant.
11.1.1. AM S. PEHOT, Treasw er.
N. W. tor. ninth and Master exacta.
MAY 31,1869. tus4 3t.•
we— OFFICE OF THE JEFFERSON FIRE INK'.
ranee Company of Philadelphla.--At a electing of
'he board of Dlrectore, held this day, a aeuoi-annual divi
dend of Thee Per Cent. was declared, clear of all taxes
payable on demand.
By order of the Board.
PHILIP E. COLEMAN. Seev.
May 0,1868. my 4-30
fuggy , OFFICE CATAW MBA RAILROAD COM
PAM, N 0.124 WALNUT street.
PUILADELPHIA. April 20, lear.
The Board of Directors of this tlompany have declared
a dividend Ot Three and one-half per coat., on account of
he dividends duo the Preferred dtoekholders, payable
on the 20th of May next, to those persons in whoie name
the lock st, ride at tie close of the Transfer Books.
The Transfer Books of the Preferred Stock. will be
closed on the 10th, and reopened on the 20th of May.
W. L. GILROY.
op" Of m w tm5208 • Treasurer.
Tvl IIILDERB AND CONTR %MORS.
W p are prepared to furnish English imported
AbPLIALTIC ROOFING FELT.
In quantities to suit. This roofing was need to cover
the bane Exhibition in 1867.'
MERCHANT dc CO..
Im6 fir and 519 Minor erect.
111LATE148 AND Errovss.
THOMSON'S LONDON KITCHENER, OR
European Binges, for families, hotels or public
institutionik hi twenty different sizes. Also, Phil
adelphia Ranges, Hot Alr Furnaces, Portable
Heate s. Low down Grates, Firoboard Stoves, Bath Boit
ors. Etew-holo Plates, Broiler e,. Cooking Stoves, etc..
wholesale and retail bi the insnufaefinera.
. S_HARPE di THOMSON,
0025.w.f,m.dmd No. 9110 North Second street.
THOMAS S. DIXON di SONS,
Late Andrews dt Mien,
No. 1824 CIIBEII NUT Stroet,rhilade..
• Opposite United States ALlnt.
hiannfacturen of
F LOW DOWN,
ARLOR I
(MAMMA
• OFFItA
• And (War- -
For Anthracite, Bitumi o nous end Wood Fire ;
sas,_
WARM.ALti
S FUBNACES,
For Warminil Public and YrivaCe uildinge.
VENTIWORS.
AND
CHIMNEY OA I FL,
COOXIIN.r/.ILI.NGES,MAT •BOWaill
WHOLHO4/Z es 4 Ago •
PIII DELP!!! 'Hay 4,18 M.
S. E. PALMER, enabler
Avitu. )O. IM9
noisEdid64.
7 ; CWOAVE LEAS! 61119110
READING RAi L RH&
GREAT'TRUNK LINE
delytda MAG. interior Penlis7Pra•
Eitutquebabils, and and
Wyothing alien; the North. , Northwest anstthelCanat
Asa:Spring ArrangeMent of Passenger Trains. APSII
kW.' leaving tha CompiMepof.. .and Ca&
tow - Mil streets, mittedelph the following hours.
MORNING AC(X)MAIOD MG—At "7:20 - fir
Reading and all intermediate Stations. end 411entown..,
~ t ursaing, /eaves Reading at &BO P. IL. artiVittit
Philadelphia at 9.16 P. M. ' ' • '
mouraNsa EXPRESS.—At Etl6 A. M. for Reading; Le
buxom Harrisburg, Pottsville, J'lne Grove, Tamaqua.
'Bunbary,_WililamsportElmita, Rocbester,Niagara Falb.
Buffalo. Wilkesbarre, Pittston. York. Carlisle. Chain
bersburg. Hagerstown, the.
The 7.30 A. M. train connects atßeading with the East
Petal lyfritala Etailroad trains for Allentown,_&e.and the
4.15 A. rd:train connects with the LebratonValloy train for
klarrisburg, &c.; at Port Clinton with Catawistra R.R.
trains for Williamsport, Lock Haven, Elmira, &ea' at
Harrisburg with Northern Central; Cuniberland
and Schuylkill and Susquehanna train, for Northumber.
tend, Williamsport Y o rk,Ohambersbum Plneveve, dm.
ArrhatzzliON MO.—Loaves PhUadelPMa a; aal
P. M. for Reading, Pottsville. Harrisburg. dm. connect
ins with Reading and Columbia Railroad trains for COL
tun_lll
Fo , 7rsTowN ACCOMMODATION.—Leaves Potts.
own at 6.06 A.M. stopping at Intermediate stations; at.
rives in Philadelphia at 8.40 A. M. &darning leaves Phi
ladelphia at 4.6) P. M. ; arrives it! Pottstown at &40 P. ISL
READING ACCOMMODATION—Leaves Reading at
7.80 A. M.. stopying at all way stations arrives in Phila
delphia at lob A. M.
Returning. leaves PitiladelPkia at 6 1 5 P. M. t =lye* In
Reading at 8.15 P.M.
Trains for Philadelphia leave Harrisburg at 8.10 A. M.,
nd Pottsville at 8.45 A. M., arriving in Phtladelchia at
1.00 P. M. Afternoon trains leave Harrisbur at a. 05 P.M.
lid Pottsville at /45 P. M.l arriving at P pida at
6.46 P. M.
Hai:debate accommodation leaves Reading at 7.16 A.
M. and Harrisburg at 4.10 P. M. Connecting at Reading
with Afternoon Accommodation south at 8.80 P. M..
arriving in Philadelphia at 9.15 P. M.
Market train, with a Passenger car attached. leaves
Philadelphia t Pottsvilleon for Potteville and all Way Sta
tions; leaves at 7.80 A. DL.for Philadelphia arld
all Way Stations.
Ail the above trains run daily. Sundays &
Sunday trains leave
leave , Uville at 8.00 A. Read Phila.
delphla at 1116 P. M. Philadelphia fing at
8.00 A. M.. returning from Reading at 4.9 d P. M.
CHESTER VALLEY RAILILOAD.-Pa+ agars tat
Downingtown and intermediate points take the 7.30 A.M..
12 45 and 4.80 P. M. trains from Philadelphia, returning
from Downln,gtown at RIO& A.. 1.00 LI: M. and 6.45 P.M.
PER/11051EN RAILROAD.-Passengers fur Skip.
pack take 7.80 A. M. and 4.30 P. M. trains from PhiladeL
plus, returning- from Skippack at 8.11. A. M. and 1.00. f'.
lititge lines for various points' In Per omen Taller
connect with ti &his at Collegeville and Bkippack.
NEW YORK EXPRESS, FOR PITTSBURGH AND
WEST.-Leaves Now York at A. M., 5.00 andS,oo
Pla4Peeehyl,Reading at LOS A. M..L50 and 10.19 P.K,and
Connect at arrieburg with Pennsylvania and Northern
Central Railroad Express Trains for Pittsburgh. Chicago,
Williamsport. Elmira. Baltimore. &c
Returning. Express Train leaves Harrisburg. on arrival
of Pennsylvania Express from Pittabugh.at 8.50 and 6.60
A. M.. 10.50 P. M.. passing Reading at 5.44 and 7.31 A. hi
and 12.50 P. M., arriving at New York 11.00 and 12.20 P.M.,
and 5.00 P. M. Sleeping Cara hccomPany these trains
through between Jersey City and Pittsburgh. without
change.
Mail train for New York leaves Harrisburg at eao A. M.
and /05 P. M. Mail train forldardsbarg leaves New York
at 12 Noon.
5C311 YIKII4. VALLEY RAILROAD.-Trains leave
Pottsville at 0.45, 1,3, A. M. and 6.40 Pad..retnrning from
Tamagig, at 5.85 A. M. and 2.1.15 and 4.85 P. Hi
SCHl..nfl.scili AND SUSQUEHANNA RAILROAD--
trains leave Auburn at 7.15 A. M. for Pinegrove and Har
risburg. mid 12.15 P. M. for Pinegrove and Tremont; re.
turning from ilarriAsurg at OM P. M.. and from Tremont
st 7.40 A. 51, and 5.36 P. M.
- - • •-• • • . •
TICKETS.—Through fust-claco tickets and mix - ant
ickete to all the principal points In the North and , West
and Cnnadza. •
. _
Excursion Tickets from Philadelphia to Readin,g and
intermediate Mations good for day only, are sold by
gonaing Accommodation, Market Train, Reading and
Pottstown Accommodation Trains at reduced rates.
Kicaridozi Tickets to Philadelphia, good for day only,
uo gold at Reading and Inter ediete Stations by Read.
ng and Pottstown Accommodation Trains at reduced
rate;
The following tickets are obtainable only at the Office
sf S. Bradford, Treasurer, No. MI South Fourth street.
Philadelphia, or of G. A. Nicoll% Genirralasperintendent.
Readmit.
Ckirrimeatton Ticket, at SS per cent. discount, between
sny points desired, fort seiilitsiand firms.
Mileage Tickets, gooooqd for /000 miles, between all points
at SEA to each. fbr families and firms.
Season Ticketa, for three, sit, nine or twelve months,
for holders only, to all points at reduced rates.
Clergyman melding on the line of thermal will be fur
nished with cards. =titling themselves and wives to
ellickete at half fare.
orirsiort Tickets from Philadelphia to principal it a.
done, good for Satarday, Sunday and Monday. at reduced
fare, to be had only at the Ticket Office. at Thirteenth
and Callowhill streets.
FREIGHT.—Geode of all descriptions forwarded to all
the abovepoints from the Company's New Freight Depot.
Broad and Willow streets.
Freight Trains leave Philadelphia daily at 4.130 A. M.,
12.46 noon, gin end ' 4 P. M., for Reading. isebantm. Harris
OtIM., Pottsville, Port Clinton, and all points beyond.
Midis close at the Philadelphia Post•OfEce for all places
in the road and its branches at 6 A. M.. and for the prin
cipal Stations only at Lib P. M.
BAGGAGE.
Dmigan's Express will collect Baggage for all trains
leaving Philadelphia Depot. Orders son be left at No. Zig
Senth
street&ourth street. or the Depot. Thirteenth and Gal
olssidll
PENNSYLVANIA t CENTRAL
. 1 77, Railroad. Summer Time.—Taking
effect Apriiidth,l669. The trains of
the Pennsylvania Central Railroad leave the De t, at
Thirty.first and Market streets, which is reached directly
by the cars of the Market Street Passenger Railway, the
last car connecting with each train leaving Front and
Market streets Carly minutes before its departure. Than
of the Chestnut and Walnut Street Railway run within
one square of the Depot.
Elleepit g Car 'Fianna can be had on application at the
Ticket Office, Northwest corner of Ninth and Chestnut
streeta and at the Depot.
Agents of the Union TramsferComPany will Dail for and
deliver Baggage at the Depot Orders left at No. 901 Chest
nut street, No. 116 Market street, will receive attention.
TEAMS LEAVE DEPOT. VIZ.:
Mail Train. —at dOO A. M.
Paoli Accam.. ........ —.at 10.20 A. IL, 1.10. and !MB P. M.
Fast Line.... ..... ........ ......... .at 11.60 A. M.
Erie Expresic ...................................at 11.60 A.M
kiirrieburg Accommodation. .......... ..at 2.30 P, M.
Lancaster Accommodation at 4.00 P. M.
ParksburaTrain. ..at 6.20 P. M.
Erie Mail and Pittsburgh 10.46 P. M.
Philadelphia Express . .. —...... at 1300 night
Erie Mail leaves daily, except .
Sunday, running on
Saturday night to W il danomort only. On Sunday night
passengers will leave Philadelphia at 12 o'clock.
Philadelphia Express [save' daily. Ail other trains
daily. except Sunday.
The Western Accommodation Train rims daily, except
dunday. For this train tickets must be procured and
baggage delivered b 6.00 P. M. a DEPOTket etreet.
TRAINS AT VIZ:
Cincizmati Exprece. at 3.10 A. M.
Philadelphia . .. s. 850
Paoli Accom.. ... at 8.20 an d & 7.2 0 P. M.
Erie Mail and Buffalo Express " 935 A.M.
Parkebnrg Train......... ....... " 9.10 "
Fant Lino
in- " 9.35 "
Lancaster Tra
"12.30 P. fit
Erie Exprece. ..820 "
Day Exprees at 4.20 "
Southern Express at 640 "
Liam teburg Accom. " 9.40 "
For further information. apply to
JOHN F VANLEER,Je.., Ticket Agent9ol Chestnut
FRANCIS FUNK, Agent, 118 Market etreet.
SAMUEL H, WALLACE, Ticket Agent at the Depot.
The Pennsylvania Railroad Company will not assume
any risk for Baggage, except for wearing apparel, and
limit their reaponsibility to One Hundred Dollars in value.
AB Baggage exceeding that amount in value will be at
the rink of the owner, unless taken by special contract
EDWARD H. WILLL9MS_,
General Superintendent. Altoona. Pa.
- 1; ---.4. 4 4 •:TOW P N AND IiORIN6YritrNiEIItRAIL
,4,A4.4,. ROAD TIME TABLE.--on aft er
Monday. May 3d,18e, and until further notice:
FOE. GEIt.InaoITOWN.
........ Z -
Leave Philadelphia—A 7. 8 9.. 10. 11. .
19 A. K., I. 2. 3.16,
3. L . 4, 4 35, 5.05. 6X, 6, 6,16. 7, 8. 9. 10. 11. 12P. K.
Leave) Germantown-8 7 73.. 8. 1 ft 20. 9, tO.ll. 12 A. 91. 1.
2. ht f 3 .5 4 26 5 ,1 5*
I s ' 6x
7 . 8 i4 9 11 1 , ° E; IN, F. Zn m a',s}l ur , train& will
not atop on down
ral Germantown Branch.
ON SUNDAYS.
lAlavePhiladalphia,L9.lbA M. 2. 4.05 minable, 7 and
101,. P. M.
„cave Germantown-8.15 A. M.:l, 3. 8 and 914. P. M.
CIIESTNUT HILL RAILROAD.
Leave Phlladelphia-6, B. 10, 12 A. MI Y. 81L 0 7.9 and
11 P. M.
Leave Chestnut, 11111-7.10 minute& 8. 9.40 and 11.40 A
'4. 1.40. 0.40. 6 40. 6.404:10 . and 10.40 P.
bN 8U 1b VY .
Leave Philadelphia:4.ls minntedi . A. M. i 2 and 7 P. M.
Leaye Chestnut Hlll-7.4.0 minutes A. M. t 1140. L4O and
!4.25 minutes P. M.
FDR'CONSHOHOCKEN AND NORRIBTOWN.
Leave rhiladelphia—e % 7149,1105. 41d, 5 53.6.
C., Leave 15. t 5 and 113 d P. M.
Norristowit-5.40.61‘ 7, 11.', 9, 11 A. 111.11,1 a, 3 4,4
6.1 F, 8 and 9 , 4 P,
11V - 1 h 0 754 A. M. Trains from Norristown will not atop
at Mogec'a. Potts' I anding, Domino or tichur's Lane.
lar'l he 5 v. M. Train from Philad Iphia will stop only
at cahoot Lane, Manayunk and Conshohocken.
tOr4 eUPILAIIII.
Leave Philadelphia--9 A. M. ; IX, 1 and 7.15 P. M.
Leave Notiriztow FOR MANA YUN 7A_M. • 1, 5 and 9P. M.
Leave rkiladelphia-6. 7449. 11.06 A. M. t MC 5, X55.6,65¢,
6.16, 8.061;,_, .05 and 1136 P. M.
Leave Me.navnnir-6. to, 7. 6.10. 93.11}6 A. M. ; 2 334,
9,0 4 a.3o:and 10 09 P. M.
rab—rine O. P. AL Train from Philadelphia will atop
only at School Lane and Manny uuk.
SUAL/AL4
Leave Philadesphia-9 A . M. 23.5, n.
and 7.15 P. M.
leave Manayank—nis A
A. M. 134. 6 and 9)6 P. M.
W. 8. ON. General Superinteuden
Depot. Ninth and Green
M IME GAMDEN.AND A 0 RAIL
!,* • °
1V gpR , • AIiIIaGEMENT. —as
On and after • • AY. April 19th. trains will
leave Vine Street Wharf as follows, viz.:
Mail. ..
Freigi.t: ;via; ....... "
a e ...9.15 A. id.
Atlantic Accommodation.. .. ..2.45 P. M.
RETHItHING, WILL LEAVE ATLANTIC,
Mail .. . ............. 4.00 P. M.
Freight, Pass e nger Car 42 A M.
Atlantic Accommodation 6.14 A. M.
Junction Accommodation. to Atco and Interme
diate Stallone,
Leave Vine Street 10.15 A. M. and 6.00 P. M.
Leave Atco.„ ..... et. M. and 12.15
HaddonfieldAccommodation Trains
Leave Vine ittreet........ 10 15 A. M. and 9.00 P. M.
Leave Haddonfield ........ .
D.
P. M. and 5.15 P.M.
b. EL MUNDY, Ag ent.
• .01 FAST FREIGHT LINE, VIA
PENNSYLVANIA RAIL
ROAD, to Wilkesbarre,fdatianoy
city, ?donut Carmel, Centralia, and all points . on Lehigh
. - Talleyltaibandnuctitabranches. - _ - _. _ •• •
r.O , new arrangernents,•tterfeeted this day t this road is
enabled' to•rtive increased 'despatch to merchandise eon.
Ahmed to the above named points.
Goode delivered at the Through Freight Depot.
ki E. cor. of FRONT aud'NOBLE Weds.
Before S P. M., will reach Wilkeebarro, Mount Carmel,
Mahoney City,, and the other stations to MahaneY and
Wyomin6 valeya Infer° LI A. liit t ,ifjthe succeeding day.
• 1 .113 GLAlilf..Agent ,:
.„ „. „,„.....,
y b. •
,T,RAVELIEI4I 9 GUIDE•
QtriUlaEß TIME:' ON; REQORP.
TAE RIMILAFIThitt 111,01Ya i ;"
ow- ss sIOUItd to CINUINNAZ 4 vig PEENNYL4A
NIA RAILROAD AND I'AN,yltdllD ROUES len
TIME than by comzuriti u
PASSENGERS taking NAOLOO TRAIN 'arrive id
CINCINNA TI siert EVEIUMI at M., 14 mina
ONLY ONE .NIGHT on the
IPT" THE WOODRUFF'S celebrated Palace Stria
800 BLEEPLN GAMES rm. through. from .PECILADm.
Ply A to CINCINNATL. • Panel:were taking the ROO. M
andl 11.00 P. Trains reach CINCINNATI and all
;Uinta WEST an d SOUTH ONE TRAIN .11 ADVANCE
of all other Routed •
IT Passenger, Or ,CINONNATI,INDIANWI4IS,
ST. LOUIS, CAIRO C/114010 Multi& ECHLIN
TON. QUINCY • , bILLAAUKENIT,PACIA ,OISAM T N„
T,__. and all future ST, NQ FruI&EST end /3
WEST, will be particular t sag for T/CHE'TS Sir la
PANHANDLE ROUTE,
MgrTo dEOURN the UNEQUALED ,'lldbrartWes
this LINE, be VERY PART/LIULAR and ASK FOR
TICKETS "Via PANMANDLE." at MUST OFFICES.
N. W. CORNER NINTH un6 CHESTNUT Street".
NO. lie MARL ET STREET. bet. Second and Frent gig
And THIRTY-FIRST end MARKET fitreets,West
8. F. SCULL, Gaul Ticket Aut.. Pittsburgh.
JOHN H. hi ILT , PP, WWI East% Ast.s26 Broaderey.N.V
PHILADELPHIA, WILMING.
TON AND BALTIMORE RAIL.
ROAD—TIME TAULE. Common:
deg Mi NDAY,ApriI 121 h, 1I 4. Trains will leave Depot.
rm err Broad andlUashinuten avenue, aa follows:
W,All' MAIL TRAIN at 0,30 A. (dondays excepted).
for Baltimore. stopping at all Regular :Station& Con.
fleeting es ith Delaware Railroad at Wilmington for
Crisfield and intermediate 5. ations.
EXPEL:dB ItAiN at 12 00 If. (Sundays excepted), for
Baltimore and Washington stopping at W Rmingiom
Perryville and Wryer-de:Grace. Connects at Wilramil'
ton v: ith train for New Ca: tie.
. _
EXPIt SS TRoIN at 4.00 P. 6L (Sundays excepted)) for
Baltimore and W whine ton. stopping at Chester. Thur.
lo w Lim:toed, Claymont, Wilmington, Newport, Stan
ton Newark, Elkton. North East, Charlestown, Perry.
villa Havre de Grace. Aberdeen, Perrymtua's, Edgewood,
/dagnolla, Chase's and Stemmer'. Run-
IGli'f EX PRP BB at 11.30 P. M.' (daily) for Baltimore
and Washinon, stopping at Cliester,Thurlow. Linwood,
Isymont,Wilmington, Newark. Elkton, North , East,
Peri 3 vine and Havre de Grace.
Passengers for Fortress Monroe and Norfolk will take
the late M. Train.
W LSI IN GI ON TRAlNS.—Stopping at all Stations be.
tn een Philadelphia and Wilmington.
Leave PHILADELPHIA at 11.00 A. M. 2.30, 5.00 and
7.00 P. M. 5.00 P. M. train connects with Delaware
kallroad for Barrington and intermediate stations.
Leave WILMINGTON 645 and 8.10.11. M.. led, 415 and
7.00 P. M. The 8.10 A. 11. train will not stop between
Chester and Philadelphia. The 7.00 P. M. train from
W .Imin gton runs dad, ; all other Accommodation Trains
Si nda) a excepted.
From BALI IMORE to PHILADELPHIA.—Leave Bal.
tin, ore 7.20 A. 151.. Wav Mail. 6.85 A. M., Express. 2.25
P EXpreiA 725 P. M., Express
UNDAY 7 RAIN FROM BALTIMORE.—Leaves BAL.
TIMORL at 7.25 P. IL Stopping at Magnolia, Perryman's,
Aby d en, avra de-Grace, Perryville, Charlestown,
NI( rtl,-t est, Elkton, Newark, Stanton. Newport, Wil
mington, Claymont, Linwood and Chester.
PIiILADL.LPHIA AND BALTIMORE CENTRSIL
RA I LROA D RABBI —Stopping at all dtations on Ches.
ter Creek and Philadelphia and Baltimore Central Rail.
road. _ _
Leave PIIILADRLPIIIA for PORT DEPOSIT (Sunday
excepted) at 7 00 A. 111. and 4.30 P. M.
'1 he 7 (YJ A. M . 'Frain will stop at all Stations between
Philadelyhia and Larookin.
A Freight Mall with Passenger car attached will
leave Philadelphia (Sundays excepted) at 1.00 P. Dl—run
ning to Oxford.
Leave PteRT DEPOSIT for PHILADELPHIA (Sum
d aye excepted) at 5.40 A. M., 925 A. M., and 4.20 P. M.
'1 rains leaving 11i ILMINOToN at 0.45 A. M. and 415
P. M., scill connect at Lamokin Junction with the 7.0 t)
A. M. and 4.30 Y. M. Trains for Baltimore Central Rail
road
hrough tickets to all points West, South and South.
west s.sy be procurred at ticket office, 829 Chestnut
street, under Continental Hotel, whore also state Booms
aLd Berths in E leeplug Cars can be secured during the
day. Persons purchas•ng tickets at this office can have
baggage checked at their residence by the Union Transfer
Company. H. F. KENNEY, dup't..
WEST CHESTER AND PHILA.
DELPI3I4 RAILROAD.—Summer
Arrangement.—in and after MON.
DAY. April 1.1, 1869. Trains will leave as follows :
Leave 1-biladelphia. from New Depor, Thirty-first and
rhesi nut streets. 7 25 A M.. 9 30 A. 51., 2.30 P. M., 4.15 Y.
M.. 4.1,5 P. M.. 715 P. M IL3O P. M.
Leave Wi it Chester. from Depot on East Market street.
6.25 A M.. 725 A. M.. 740 A.M., 10.10 A. M., L 56 P. 61.,
4.60 P. M.. 6.45 P. M.
Leave Philadelphia for B. C Junction and Internie
drato eoints. at 12.80 P. M. and 6.45. Leave B. U. Juno.
Don for Philadelphia, at 5.80 A. M . and 1.45 P. M.
'1 ram leaving IN eat C;hr ster at 7.40 A. M., will stop at
B. C, Junction, Lentil Wen Riddle and Media; leaving
Philadelphia at 4.35 P. M., will stop at B. C. Junction
and Media only. raseengers to or from stations between
West Chester and B C. Junction going East, will take
train leaving West Cheater at 7.25 A. M.. and car will be
attached to Express Train at is. C. Junction; and going
West. Pftsenger for Stations above Media will take train
leaving Philadelphia at 4 35 P. 111... and car will be at.
tacit; die Local Train at Media.
. . . .
'I he Depot in Philadelphia is reached directly by the
Chestnut and Walnut street care. Those of the Market
street line run within one square. The care of both lines
connect with each train upon its arrival.
ON SUNDAYB:
Leave Philadelphia for West Chester at 8.00 A. M. and
2.30 P. M.
Leave Philadelphia for B. O. Junction at 7.15 P. M.
Leave Wei% Chester for Philadelphia at 7.45 A. M. and
445 P.M _
• . ••
Leave B. C. Junction for Philadelphia at 6.00 A. K
re , " raeetnge e are allowed to take Wearing Apparel
only, as Baggage. and the Company will not In any cello
be responeible for an amount exceeding one hundred
dollen, mama a epecial contract is made forthe same.
BJdNBY WOOD.
General duperintendent.
PHILLDELPIII.A. April let. 1869.
:0.0 .1 64 .0 NN I)
ANMEWO YO an RK—ETHCLMPHB
L N
-AND TRENTON RAILROAD COM
PANY'S LINES, from Philadelphia to NOW York. and
way planes. from Walnut shwt wharf.
At 6.30 A. M., via Camden and Amboy. AotioM. 02 a
At 8 A. M. via Camden and Jersey City Express Mail, 300
At 3.00 P. 31., via Camden and Amboy Express, 2 00
At 6 P. M. for Amboy and intermediate stations.
At 6.30 and 8 A. M.„ and 2 P. 31:, for Freehold.
At I and 10 A. M.. 2,3.30 and 4.60 P. 31.. for Trenton.
Al 6.211,8 and ID A. M.. 1. 2, 3.30. 4.30, 6 and 11.30 P. M.. for
Borcehtown. Burlington. Beverly and Delano.
At 0.30 ana 10 A. M.. 1,430,4.30, 6 and 11.30 P. M. for Om
, rebet, ease water, Riverside, Riverton Palmyra and
Fish ouse, and 2P. h.. for blorenee and Riverton.
Mg The 1 and 11.30 P. M. Linos Will leavetrom foot of
Market street by upper ferry.
From Remington Depot
-4.1. 11 A. M. via Remington and Jetaoy City. Now York
Express Line. . . . ... .168 00
At 7.30 and IMO" and . KM: tor ........ and
BrietoL And at 10.13 A. M. for Bristol.
At 7.30 and 11 A. M.. 130 and SP. M. for Morrisville and
Tullytown.
It 7.3 u and 10.15 A. DI.. ISO and 6 P.M. for Scheneka and
Eddington.
At 7.20 and 10.15 A. M., 1.20,4, 6, and 6 P.M.. for Commits.
Torreso ale, lloimenburg. Tacony, Wirsinoming, Brides
burg and Franktord. and 6P. M. for Ilolmesburg and
intermediate Stations.
Fre: West Philadelphia Depot-via Connecting Railway
At 9.30 A. M., 1.2 e, 4. o.se 4:110 u P. M. New 'York &sprees
Line, via Jersey City.••••-•••••••••••••••.......-. 8326
At 11.30 P. M. Lmicr.mt Lime. . . . -200
at 9.20 A. M., 1.2 u, 4,9,3 u nue LIVE M. for Trenton.
At 9.20 A. M.. 4, 6.30 and 12 P. M., for Bristol.
At 13 P. Al. (Night) for Morrisville, Tallytown, Schenck',
Eddington, Coruwells, Torrthdale, liolmosburg. Tacen.v.
Wirsinoming. Bridesburg and Frankford.
The 9.30 AM. and 3110 & 12 P.M.Linea run daily. All others.
Sundays excepted.
For Lines buoying Kensington Depot, take the cars on
rbird or Fifth streets, at Chestnut, at half an hour before
ieparture. The Cars of Market Street Railway run di.
met to West Philadelphia Depot. Chestnut and .Walnut
within oue square. On Sundays, the Market Street Caro
411 run to connect with the 3.30 A. Id and $1.30 and 12 P
M. lines
BELVIDEItE DELAWARE RAILROAD LINES
Irons Kensington Depot.
At 1.30 A. B. for Niagara Falls, Buffalo, Dunkirk. ithacia,Vwego, Rocheater,Biashampton, Owego,
Syracuse, Great Bend, Montrose. Wilkeobarre, Scranton.
Strobe, bin p i , Water Cap, Schoolev's Mountain, die.
At 7.30 A. M. and 8.30 P. M. for Belvidere, Easton,
Lan. bertville,Flemington. Ac. The 8.80 P. M. Line con
vects direct with the train leaving Easton for Manch
Chunk.d.llentown. Bethlehem. Ac.
As 11 and 6 P. M. tor Lambertville and intermediate
c. AM]) EN AND 13URDINOTON CO.,AND PEMBERTON
ACN 111GliTSTOWK" - RAILROADS. from Market
Btreet Ferry (Upper Bide.)
At 7 and 10 A. M.,1•30,8 80 and 5.30 PALfor Merchantsville,
Moorestown, liartiord, Masonville, Haiusport, Mount
Bolls Smithvllle Ewansville,Vincentown,Birmingham
and Pemberton.
At 7 A.M..1.20 and 8.30 P.M.for Lewistown,Wrightstown.
Cookstown, New Egypt, liornerstown. Cream Ridge,
imlaystown. Sharon and Uightstown.
Fifty Pounds of Baggage only allowed each Passenger.
Passengera are prohibited from taking_ anything as bag
gage but their wearing apparel. All bagga.ge over fifty
pounds to be paid for extra. This Company Omit their re.
sponallality for baggage to One- D ollar oiler par pound.and will
not be liable for any amount bo and $lOO, except by spe
cial contract.
Tickets sold and 141 IliV vi Se checked direct through to
Boston. Worcester, Sp eld. Dartford, New Haven.
Providence, Newport, Al an_y. Troy.. Saratoga , Utica,
Rome, Syracruse, Rechester, Buffalo, Niagara Fella and
Seeps on Bridge.
An additional Ticket Office &located at No. 828
Chestnut street,where tickets to New York, and's!), ins.
portant Pointe North and East. may be procured. Pen
sons purchasing Tickets at thisOfilce, can have their bag
s checked from residences or boa)) to destination. by
Wes from New a l g o a rit e fo E r i thiladelphia will leave from
foot of Cortland street at Lee and 4.00 P.
via Jersey Citi m i to aud Camden. At 6.20 P. Al, via Jame],
Gay and gene 12. At 7, and 10 A. M., 12 910,"_5 and 9
P. M., and 12 Ni t, via Jersey City and West Philadel
phia.
rem Pier No. 1, N. River. at 6.80 A. M. Accommodation
and 2 P M. Ranters. via Amboy and Camden.
April 26. Ma. WM. B. GATEMER. Agent
PHILADELPHIA AND ERIE
RAILROADLE. 7,llitt l iffgle Tl MEjbt•
tween Philadelphia, Baltimore, narrisbur t f,
Williams
port, to the Nor th west and the Great Oil Re on of Penn
sylvania.-. Elegant Sleeping Care on all Nib t Tabu.
On and after MONDAY, April 25. 1869, the Trains on
the Philadelphia and Erie Railroad will ran as follows:
WETWARD.
ta t ui • Tra l' le4 1" rat ddP p TA . - . P X. j et
" arrives at Erie.. .. ...1.. 9.80 P. AL
Itae Examen leaves ....... 11.60 a. M.
Williamsport. • • •• • • ••• ..... B ' s°
" " arrives at ~....... ..... —lO.OO A.
Eljolra4fall levee W l a
51 ain......
" " arrives at Look 7.46 P. AL
• UTWA.RDI .
Mel Ital. lesiVesiErie. . .. ... . A:41,-
•• •...
" " arrives at rhitsasipala. 12.50 A.
9.55 A.
Rl ° It A Prear !P av" Wiltlamsport.... .........
.
" arrives al, ... 4.10 P. AL
Vail and Express connect • with Oil ..
and Alla
away Elver. irogid.BagMlheeked Thronsb.
D TYLER. /• "
. Gomel iiiwerlateadasit; •
•
TRAInIiULRS 7 OVIDE•
TiVEST - itTIERSINY .
ARM
From Foot of lrailicOt It.'(eppriVerll) ,
.; • , • a:
Commencing Thursday* •AprlL 17, ISGDs , •
iTralne leave ae follows:' ' -‘; ;
Nor Cave May and stations below minviliki :ark.
For Vineland and intermediate an Mb;
At M.. -
For Bridgeton, Mld,: end "not stations 8.00.1;:
For Woodbury at 13.15 &_ ,00 &S and 4. r.• ti
Freight train leaves Camdenolaul at _l2 Otb u .. Ni dos _.„ • r
Freight received at second covered wharr .14 t!lt!'
not street, daily.
Freight Delivered No.Delawareiittentie..>
' WILL/AM
J. B ZWET-4 ,
Anilerilltendent '
•
NORTH NNITYLV . IA
THE MIDD PE LE; ROU A TE N .-4fhorbtig+;'i
and most direct- line to Bo'hieligna
Easton Mauch Allentown,, Chunk."ll ll 2loton, White Ett l / 4 "..,
ven. Wilicetbarre, tutthanoy City Mt. . Carmel,Pittaton.
Tnnkhannock crantan,Carboridede and 'all tho paint
in the Lehigh and Wyoming coal regteste.. ,- . -•
Passenger Depot In Philadelphia, N. W.: curPrr , nP"
and American etreets' • = '
WINTER ARRANGEMENT, TEN DAILY TEAINKO= , I
—On and after MONDAY, NOVEMBER 23(1.,Etusleager • ;i
Trains leave the Depot, comer of Berke and:,,Aretericart,'„'
streets. daily ( Sundays excepted). as follows v• • • 'L
At 9.45 A. M.—Morning Expreat for. BOthleheria
Principal Stations on North Pennsylvania Railroad, eon, ),.;
pectins at 'Bethlehem with Lebigli'ValleY nailroadfor
Allentown. Catasauqua, Slatinaten: • Manch chunk
Weatherly,Jeanesville. Hazleton; Whitens
3 3 1 WilletaK
barre, Kingston, Pitteton, TULIkbaZIDOCk. Pahr lir
in Lehigh and Wyoming Va ll eys; also; ince ott
Lehigh and Mahanoyllailroad for mahaneoy Citl.kintr"
with Catawba& Railroad for Rupert, Danville,, Stilton milk
V. illiamsport. Arrive at Mauch Chunk , BL,Ligt,.,.,
Wllkesbarre at' 2.50 P: M. ; 'at Mahaboy City at MM. REV'
Passengers by, thin traincan take the LehighNall o
Train, passing Bethleheni at II 55 A. M. forEakto'n'
points on Newjersey Cettral Railroad to Now York. g
At 8.45 A. M.—Accommodation for Doylestown, %ha r 7
at ad intermediate ' Stations. Fatima:mem' for a,
Grove, Hatboro , and Hartsville, by thin troth, take fiteefiet,'"
at Old York Road. - ? r _ . ,
9.45 A. M. (Exprees) for Bethlehem, .AllentowniMaTtabtf
Chunk, White ilaven„,_Wilkesbarre, Pitteton,. Pecraeltelist
and Carbondale via Lehigh and actequeharina' Renton%
also to Easton and volute on Morris and Essex Etattrosittto i
boss York and Allentown and EeNtoraand winta,Ort NOE"
Jersey Central Railroad to New York via Lehig h Railroad.
At 1045 A. M.—Accommodation for Fochtiltl
stopping at intermediate Stations.,
At L 46 Y . ht.—Lehigh Valley Ereen rot' Minitel:a" 411, e
Allentown. Mauch Chunk, White Haven,.Wllkeeb•
Pitteton,Bcranton.and Wyoming Coal Rental:int.; t-
At 2,46 P. id,-Accommodation for _,_
ping at all intermediate stations.
At 4. 1.5 i, P. M.—Acconimodation far Lloyketoien.etef)J '
ping at all intermediate stations.
At SOS E, M.--Inrougn accommodation for Bethlohenew
and stations on main line or North Pennsylvania
road, connecting at Bethlehem with Lehigh Valley Mee:.
nine Train forEaeton, Allentown Mauch Chunk; ,
At 6.20 P. M.—Accomodation for Lamidale., stopping
all into: mediate station& .
At 11.80 k..*. :z -Acscßylork4,l92ms . for kigt. WtighingtOil
'fRAIi43 ARRIVE
From Bethlehem , at 9.10 A. X. 2.10, 6.25 and 8.20 P. M.
2.10 Y. Id., 6.26 P. M. and 8 80 r: M. Tra ins make direct
connection with Lehigh Valley or Lehigh , and tittaque.
hanna trainslraq . Beaton. Scranton. Wiiteabarre, Naha.
nov City and Hazleton.
Pas.engera leaving Willtesharre at 10.18 A. 6L,
connect at Bethlehem and arrive In Philadelphia at 5.25'
and eau P. M. ,
• • • . ••
From Doylestown' at 8.85 A. M.. 4.55 P. M. and 7. P,M,
From Lansdale at 7.80 A. M.
From Fort Washington atiO 4b A. M. and 8.10 P. M
ON SUNDAYS.
Philadelphia for Bethlehem at 9.80 A. M.
Philadelphia for Doylestown at 300 P. M.
Doylestown for Philadelphia at 7 A Si. • .•
Bethlehem for Philadelphia at 400 P. M.
and Sixth, streets Passenger cars convey proem•
gerP to and from the new Depot.
White cars of second and Thl , d Streets Line and Union
Line run within a abort distance of the Depot; •
Tickets must be procured at the Ticket Wilco, in order,
to secure the lowest rates of fare .
E LtISCLARIT,Agent.
Tickets sold and Baggae.checked through to principal'
points, at Mann's North Faun. Baggage Express office`
No. 105 South Fifth street.
SHIPPERS' GUIDE.
s'
For Boston---Steamohie Line Dueot
SAILING FROM EACH PORT EVERY FIVE DAYS.
FROM PINE STREET PIILLADELPHIA. AND LONG -
WHARF, BOSTON,
This line is composed of the dry Ism
Steamships.
110MA.N, 1,488 lone, Captalp O. Baker.
SAXON, 1,250 tone. Captain Bears.
ISOIIIII4 N. 1.293 tone. Cetuatn Oretfoll. _
The ARIES, from Phila.. Saturday. May O. at 6 P.'ll.
The NORMAN, from Boston. Saturday. May 8, aB3 P. M .
hue bteateehipe sail punctually, and Freight wilt. be.:
received every day,a Steamer being always on the Pena.,
Freight fa* pointe beyond Boston sent with despatch.
Freight taken for all °int& in New Enithind arid tar.:
warded as directed. co 3; per tent. at the ailice,; -
For Freight or Passage jsupertm accommodatieeey
apply to lib Nit? WINSOR &tn.
my2.l 828 South,Delaware ayenne.,'
PHILADELPHIA, RICHMOND AltiO NOIL;
" FOLK STEAMSHIP LINE.
THROUGH FREIGHT AIR LINE TO THE
SOUTH AM) WEST.
'EVERY 13 ATult DA Y.
At Noon. item FIRoT WHARF above MARKET etceet,
THROUGH RATES and TED 'LEH RECEIPTS to all
points in North and South Carolina via Seaboard Alp-
Line Railroad, connecting at Portsmouth, - and to Lynch.'
burb. Va., Tennessee and the West via Virginia and . •
Tennessee Air-Line and kt:cluit end and Danville Railroad.
Freight HANDLED BU r ONCE, and taken at LOWERP
RATES THAN ANY OIBEit LINE. . • „,
The regularity, safety end ohoapneea of this routsidotti.'.
mend it to the p .btic as the most desirable medium Tor
carrying every deecription of freight.
No charge for commitpion, drayage, °rani , erpenee ; tot ,
transtur.
Steamships insure at lowest rates, ' ' '
Freight received DAILY.
Vv H. P. CLYDE .51s CO..
No. 12 South Wharves and Pier ho 1 North WharveS.
W. P. Poirrhas, Agent, at Richmond and City Point.
T. P. CROW ELL A CO., Agents at Norfolk. ,
PHILADELPHIA ,A ND SOUTHERN MAIL
1 ill; 0 , •81 EA &WHIP COM PAN Y'S REGULAR
LINES,
FRS Al QUEEN STREET WHARF.
The JUNIATA will all for NEW ORLEANS.; via
HAVANA. Saturday May lh 8 A. M.
The -- will call trom NEW ORLEANS, vi a aa.
VA NA
The TONAWANDA will sail for SAVANNAH.OwEtte;
turday, May 8, at 8 o'clock A M.
ho WYOMING will call from SAVANNAH on Eto.
turday, May 8
Tho PloN EER will sail for WII.iIINOTON, N.R. o
Saturday, May 16th., at et P. X.
ta
'1 brouFh blue of Indic g svgnad, and passage Gate BO
to all points South and la est.
BILLS OF LADING SIGN ED at QUEEN ST. WHARF.,
For freight or passage, apply to
WiLLIA.M L. 180
General Agents.
SOuth Third atnet:
HAVANA STEAMERS.
.IT4:- ' BAILING EVER), 21 DAYS. • ~
These steamers will leave this pott for Hts•
vana every third Wednesday. at 8 o'clock A. M. ! ~
The steamship STAIts AND rITILLPES.. Captaing
Dames will sail for Havana on Tuesday, morning.
March 16. at 8 o'clock
Passage. 0140 currency.
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Pass.ngois must be provided with paseporte.
No freight received after Monday.
Reduced rates of freight
TUOMAB WATTSON & 80Na.
140 North Delaware avenue.
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NEW EXPRESS LINE TO ALEXANDRIA%
Georgetown and Washington, D. U.. vitt
Chesapeake and Delaware tianal, with con.
neetione at Alexandria from the most direct route for
lAyuchburg, 13rietol, Knoxville, Nashville, Dalton and the'
Sorthrvect.
Steamers leave regularly from the Bret wharf above
Market. street every Saturday at noon.
Freight received daily,
WM. P. CLYDE ds CO..
No. 12 South 'Wharvee and Pier 1 north Wharves.
HYDE dz TYLER. agents, at tionrgotown.
M. ELDIUDUE & agents at Alexandria. Virginia.
NOTICE.—
FOR NEW YORE.
Via Delaware and Raritan Canal
EXPREEitt BTE A MBOA'r COMPANY.
'The CUEAPEST and QUILKEST water comma:llea.
Non between Philadelphia end New York.
Steamers leave daily from tint wharf below Market
street. Philadelphia, and foot of Wall street, New York.
Goods forwarded by all the lines runnins out of New
York—North. East and NVest—free of Commission.
I , reiglt. received and forwarded on accommodating
terms.
WM. P. CLYDE & CO.. Alicante
12 South VelowAre avenue, Philacelpitta.
JAB. HAND, Agent. 119 Wall street. New York.
NOTICE.- , -FOR NEW YORK.
.0_ VIA
DELAWARE AND gARITAN CANAL.
' BWIFTBUItE TRANSPORTATION COMPANY.
DEB& ATCH ANL , bWIPiII.. RE LINER.
The businers of these liner will be resumed , en wit
after the 12th of Mi‘rch, For freight, which will be takee ,
on accommodating terms, apply to
Whi. M. BAIRD& CO..
No. 132 Saab Wharves,. i •
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DELAWARE AND CHEW%
Steam Tow Boat Comp any. B gel
wriag i towed between Philadelpillajßal WA,
liavre.de-Grace, Delaware City and IntonnediAtte luta.
Wbt. P. CLYDE' CO., Agents; Capt. JOHN Lb, aa,
LIN. Seel Office. 18 Routh Wharves, Fbiladedade.
NOTICE--FOR NEW Y04g..... NIA
Delaware and Raritan Canal —nerntsurn .
Transportation Company—Deapateb — end
Bwiltaurelines.—Thet business by these Linea wRI byre.;
screed on and after the Bth of March. Fot , Freight. '
which wi 1 be taken on accommodating terma apply t
WM. M. BAIRD & CO.. 182 South Wharves. ..
BOOTS AND SHOES.
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC iIiENEIHALy., '
= The latest style. [million and amorimentot
uoTS. SHOES AND GAITERS. FOR MEN ans
spy%
Coo be had at
ERNEST SOPP'S,
No. 930 NORTH NINTH STREET.
Better than anywhore in the Qtr. A tit WilirinliOdo
ar2.6mi GIVE BIM AVALL
IS.eIG E IN RS E t S •- , • -AMR-IA •.WO BTEN tf(1100D 8 L ,- E - % ,1 00 of 0 ho o n l .
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tta K naR P D A ERS d z T WA H R& III.IWREE.S.
and • the ELEbRATED ,z LECOULTAN• . RAZOR. , 4
13018BORS IN 13AfIE6 of • 'the Bided 'ilW/111r ' Razors ,
lin: r i zEichanorn and Table (Ittl, Orotund and . Pattnhed.'•
EAR STRUMENTB of the in ApprocO oonntraction • : .
to t the benzin& at P. MAD RA O B, Cutler and Sur- •
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Bled instrument Maker . Lid. Tenth Out. below Chad-
tnit. • , , • ' • 404 1 4 'I '