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[The faitaiir fart of tide story introduced ' us - t°,
the, ieV, Mr. Ime o rterla' beneficed clergyman
" aibi*:•lfitat,'fill'ettrate ; to`st;t• Oka
-vases, wealth', 'laerksteWaid 'in Rh Carl; With 'hit!
,:iftauot e e f -od mai - and : by
*.rll.4*6".ligki. t!ie,...4.90:iwt..1' o=oP4i,l
! „ 4 : Ttskesi f or . bir Aird, Prances Elhavainei Abe'
eild of bole. 01400'401411.*'4:
a lams, nembd . Thames Shipley,
haa ',en; Infant, (she le anniarriedpi
being ill; dies after eakiag7oniik:4li4myl
'powders resoribed for it by Mr. fissional.- Another '
of then, powderer, ecoidelludy given to 01d,Thenuisi
Shipley, neatly Um. The marriage of hlr- 3
9 1 W 4 PPet, with AP'cit Cheviot* has been oalebraied,i,
• and • " the happy pair" have dtivtin off:after the'
dejton4 when the story ia'aontineedi air f o llows.];
7 -En. or Tun Pnyss. '
, "A MIDNIGHT DREAM. ' •
A genial Chrlstmas.eve, bright and frosty,;
and merrily blazed' the fire in a cninfottable'
kitchen of one of the best houses in a country
village. It was tbe,rezidenco of the, surgeon,
arid he Was out On his; wedding .tou r,
just capoused his third wife. ,
• They were, mcpectedt borne , that ,- night, and
`preparatious for the folloWing'day's -feast yPere
active, being presided aver, by the, hoitselieiMi
or, Mrs. Muff, a staid; respectable personage, l l
far above Abe grade'ef, tt,99np f por k aorrq4, sh e
was very busy, standing at thitable; whew the
surgeon's tiger (we must call; bite' so , though
hated recently emitted thogatbON footman)came into the ' kitcher, : dreWs., Chair, right id
tyont`of th 4 great fire, and , sat damn, as it he
meant to rest himself,
•, "John," said Mrs. itiq, I'll trouble yeti
,to Move iron! , there.!' ? • . 3
John sat on, without stirring.
.Do you bear 7" repentdd the henilhhe4ht
01 WIN t6tOttle to the fire every_ *inure, Eid
how ,can ddo so, with you planted there?":: ,
w Whet a Shaine `it lei?, 000:Anil
drawing himself and biti chair away, for/. he
was completely „under the dominion.Of Istrai
Muff. • .' Whoever heard of cooking a dinner
the night afore,the night you went to eat it 11 T .
• .1 must put things forward, and Ao what!
' can be 'done i, there will: be trio knelt left for
to.morrow, even then, with all the Mammies,
dining here. For don't stop away from !
morningservice on, Ginistmas day., Itever
did • • ', -"' "
The tiger, screwed " up his itoutb, gtv-'
ing vent to a long •whistle, taking care that nol
sound of it reached the nuts of Mra. Muff.
" can lake . the Christmas ant drat the;
riOinti I having italigh,inii4fort.ht,lll(elteit.!
Arid then, John, you can lay the cloth. in' - the,
dining room, and. CiiitY in the tea; thlngq.p . ,_
oTtibriti , lett' of t.llllO that,", etnitiid`
It. has struCk eight, „
anti :Mr. _Osistonel's`•
leiter said nine. •Do Infi, bid Teel, '
She Wig' interrupted by the - soursol'ef,yinnig:
voices; rising in long, outside.. . i •
"There's • anotherpset 1" cried'' John,
That Makes the thirdietsiehaie
had here,bo-night.” „ . ,
When.they,haire finished . you, -may look
out and bring me, word how, many,there nre,"i
'Jolin left the kitchen, his arms full of holly
and IVY: - , Presently he came back.:
; 4 , 4 There's ne. less than five them ; little 4e-, ,
with a , stern' -reprimand; dtged
into'her pockets, and brought fcirth' r five, half-.
Give them miis.apleoe, John.": .
gi Was me, now, as was missis, inatettd•Ofi
' yini;. - f:shonid favor reui Willi it 'Minket' or water;
front a up.staira.,*indoeo.4ati`i4Oluee..iii-1
, sponse; as he ungraciously took the'halfpence.;
Theyll only go and send 4ttppiel
limiter end missis and the fieti'earriege ould
just drive up, and find them raseallions a,
Squeaking round the door ' '
-not be phiiitnuMwitliout
returned Mrs._ Muffs . I remew
ber the first Winter lon, were down herei,''yon,
Caine'on 'the' seise errand - to old Mr. Whom- ,
ton's, and got a nonee pie and - a penny:out of
" but I was a young '
'donkey then.'r ' -
It was past ten when the carriage:rolled up:
to the door: John ~flew'bfo, ppm it; lindArs:
Miff; in her black sillegoWn and Wialte atifon;
'Stood in the hall; drawing owler leather mite
tens. Francon, - - Mrs, ;.Pagtnniii) -.bilPpy ANA
'blooming, sprang from the carriage s and enters
el her new hem°. ,' Ittiff-lekthO:Veir :
the'dining room. it looked, bright and cheer?
ing , with its large -tie,. Its blazing lerup,lind
well-spread table,, half suktiaw;haltt'ea;'44
will go up stairs first,'? said the young,hride,",
"and take these,Wraps
Castonel cans man of .1111-1
dlo height,: scarcely yet '.five arid;ibliikattid
the .tiger followed him. - , ""WelkJohn," , said
'he, "how has lifr.ltice'iot.' on with:lilt - pe-I
"Pretty well; ar. None, of 'em dead;
and some bolk11:11ut they have bpelY it.en.r.p4
' ' 'f; ,; I
•" GruMbling Whitt Vont Y'S
They saylf;a:rleetOr 'gett married;'he 6*
no right to ge'away.like other ,
this Is tbelhird time You have served 'em!sit.?
It,wai -gouty old Flodkawar tunial
En have* had: another :i(e*atti ,c 1
'cranky Mr. Rice wouldn't go Infigh - hhil;10,
be can't abear Mr. Tuck - .'.' -
The surgeon laughed.,... " Wh,s; coming in:
for tea, .Tohn '
knows as that will- be one of the best - tenguei
: you have,eitt 1, k 3
" Fetch in what thine' Isto",corrie; Ithilatein
As'the tiger willidretr, Mrs'.Oestenifi :enter i
ed.. Eer husband's arms ware Open to iecolve
- her. "Oh, Gervase;" ., ihe - exclahited, ac hold.
. kind of you - to:have everYthinelkeWsint a tii
ful order,for me • _ , • • q
:",Weid.itne,: :lliousand thnaYrellionse, , sto
"your level" he Whispered: "
it ever 'appear ~tO %yen' at . htight " , f as It does
.now! „ " " ' .
4ving'rbidei hiying trainer ! &talks 1-4
they had been . proffered before;witlrthe'same
apparent sincerity; 'once to Garolltie,Hell,and
again to.eweet Ellen Leicester.. ' r
"lf yon'don't Sendlrithein inuffinii,_ ma'am;
Without delay, maker. says ;he'll Atiffir-thl
reason why,!' was the Ogees Salutation to Kral
Sce'_ 14as . buttering them, and, listening to
Hannah's account or thelratrnity,w)ici
tended:Mrs. , Cietonel.• S he t turned tit'. give
himthe-plate,lint 'StoppedJo:astarted, for the
church bells had rung out a joyo us
."/t.etutnotbe midnight Ir'ahri exclaimed. I
" Midnight l'' sarcastiedlynehaedlhe
":IV.Wanta' good hoer' WU'S.' half O',,,ttlati
„Thete's the olockAfote.y4u.r,.‘.
4 ; Then what pdiserfe!r - th9,tellars' ' ' .
"Well; you. berightly 'Muned; ) ' returned
• the - ,tignr;for . y9ll - 6( fOttldr,l4, ou t s d;
Vhein_belleta for inaster"and inisals',.:'dot for
Christriras, I know. ; ' Thetingers hr,'slithiciipi
, and heerd the carriage rattle up the street;
Rark,,howthey, are clapping the , stew 'oh l
They'll think to, get- a double Christmas box
front Master." ' • ' 7 , ' ' ', '
Jast before Mr. Cestonit went to roo mlibii
- last night, the , WWI againt struck out.: - 01'ber,' 1
' were ringing in , ChrTstnias. '-: Re stood and lie :
tened to-them; it peeello.9, [Fusion' ill hirtin'
fathomable eyes, Irate pasildblege face, whose
emotions were so •-cempletely, rmidoccontrol.
Was he spectilattni upon rritiat"tbknext•yea
aberild bringfortli, ere tluitloo44ll4 ll'en
should'again sound I, The nextiyeare,ll'h 1
clock' struck sat;- Ire counted 'its . ;strekes t
Twelve 1 - Then'hrr took his, eandle,rind, went
up stairs. • And the bells began egaln." , .
"A merry Christmas , tcl put! Frances,?! b.
said; ,as he :entered the charal !t .. a merry Christma s, and plenty of theta , ", I :
Y Ttniek you, ' she, ,laughed.,`,, , f, T. think it,
• mast be' good luck to have it wishe d td - tneibb
" nromentit comes le."' • ' . I
' , While she speaking, aloud sum m on s was
' heard at the house , doori 4 - It - Ives atlessenger
for Mrc, Castdnel, froin brie of hitlieittlialiqta•
-He Inirried out, alidlifie, CaStetiel'eomposed
, herseltio'sleeg., ~i ii, e ,, . : '‘' ~, -:', 4 ,,,, - , '. ; -4- - I
•-• .k. - singtdar drawn' iisited Misr CAstonef., 'She
, thought she, was „sperting, r l4 : her.,giribeodrs
''days; in her fatherhrlarge - old garden, witikhth. ,
companfons, Carolio ,_.l - 1011 'end Mien Leices
ter, How ; gay they. wiiro,litililielip'il ;' for the
reuse of present happiness was greater timer*
Frances had experienced in reality; avialthe'
" she had niarried,trilere filie PatilertatelY bve4
They Wire dressed 'es ft- fat' gilejeleing,l4l
inwhite, , het ther, meteriele er-;, 11 ,94,„011'e .440
appeared , to be 'of' Surpassing, richness .- .;.+
_table; brid'ont , forleastipg,, , w,aa lighted by a
blip ; - 414
, - 4 . lin*" that,'„ gap)" a',*oo4l4llllinit
, and uturartblyllght, overporierhig the , ilaie'df
' day: _The table'and latmi iri her:brit , dinino..
..room, that night,hiallf44o . 04 .3110Ablq .
. log to this part, °cilia drearo t -:aliegargieCrifiu
not like her lather',2 ftitlieqiin) fora alone It
, bore a'resemblince - toWit,was, more „whit
Frances, had- Somethiee - imagined 'k,' - Edoll,i
flowers, birds, light , and Aires sensation -Of
joyous,,gladness 4 all were too - beautiful - fer
earth:-'. i f„,, , 1., ,, ...„; : .:,4-1 - ai 'Vila"
' The; banquet *eared , te'he ':WAtlntrfi
... ,them, whilst they.„Weliedlhe Preacile4Ar,* ,-
tber - : - .lle Caine : and it was Gin:vase Castonep
IleAufiltreed' with, a smile foriliLiftst beck- -
oned them„ to ,talt - O - Aelr„places,,at' thititble.
:4 1, -,fierciLloo 6 o,' 64l4lB o ,lll rtiPeT, 0:9 4 4 i
ahat, , businesibtril•he to smile upon e others} 'I
-Bat , ' quipereeritibl.fi , the f - -ethers' ,, vrererfgene
'ivit4ut Fran c es lievieerietto4 zeal ' Panner of
- their . departure..., -Ithe-OldliapPinesa _ea o
back' again ; the: oestaticieeneentthiltet ..liA, ; t e
-' present ;' , andlshe , ;put :lierkarte withinr,ll 0_
walk round that, lovely .. gartien. - 'BM Alf- -
: • 11°"1464rea''')*'-'46il). WOK:, iliicf , 3skif „ ,
;oastob el 'where , they 44 gene. , ale; e
'would' Slui'W hert - iindi4prtciehlelf fplP,or, ii
. the bedgei Pushed ittotiatt; -2, -L-" ,, ! . ~,„,,-
~-- ' ;1
: ' ' Princes looked' but; undAll4:' fe'arrtiasil) i
to' the lovely spot:sliergad~ kr "), I 0
•-, Yoralk,alL-was „iitter ,- ,Altirkilinli,g(i.abra
,t,wc.,ssn.b. 4, tihndduro?l.4 44 o:ll4,tailel,Mt ii
' 'fienailiti r eeroothod "l 3o:AftlVVid 4
a . - "iirWeti ''olo;;;KtfititY , ll:, i
r 4 ,4 1010 /, !;},ift , 44:Viikiiat - 14 4 tatei .
4 , gfltfiOell.tpyoke*ii)l *tilt° -I ' Altera at
4414414T10AV401.0115,C ~,..#t d:
tilt Wat -, ~, ' or Fr d
she thought i 3jAerself psitahojiii, that happy
She half opened het eyes; elle *as luitlialf
itwake,'and Tlieheard,the,strains or -that,
sweet Madrid:a" gone ' to sleep, and
woke up in beaveut for surelsuch
,never heard on earth. di was the thought that ,
y music was
occurred to her in her half -conscious state:
The 14 11 0 0 aio+l aNvOrin the 1114 Fran'c§s
imk Deft-anti tubbed' her, eyes,.teld, won
'Slated le andAust thetip•Mr. °atonal taunted:
f€ What isif i r 0r194, bnivi*Oted,'«What
.• %, • , I
« The Waits, " replied Mr. Uastonel. « What:
did.yen thinlct*lts; Franaus
w0,313 , Ae Waits'!" .ithd; Hien, With a rash '
ink:Tear; eamte:baolcl shsAceidful partixt liar
ominous dream; and she broke into Sobskaudi
strove to tol,hit n .
ljnt thytici night ti rreiiptiiii
with Me i
glare o ay: •1301:00 ;nes, pass: and.heave
sign, even in the remembrance. • '
The beads and eyes .of Ebury were turns d
towerri 4OW and „handsome chariot, that,
went careering . downthe street, ittendedby its,
'PTrkillarVtindigotniarnmlA (lady and gentle-.
marl Wer'e attire ; blr.:etA
Mrs. Castonel wore -returning their wedding,
It Sterfpgd at thkgate Rif the' rectory'
" Don't stay lon'g,Ylitiiicesfj he whispere
to her., rr I,olWays, fee Davin into stonewhe
• I am in the presence outheser two' old' pea- ,
lifys;',Castonel suilled,',end., ;sailed ',into the
rectory draWing-tocim in, all -her • finery ; :but
sbe.reallYtild, fee a':triciriteritaergether , Arai
ninpli; 'When , stie,'lniv 'th'e saddened - iodic, of
-poor Mrs. Leicester;.and,,the •mourning robes
still worn fors Idrs.;Lelcester , had ,not
paid, as, is galled, the, Wedding: 040 f she'lad
felt unanatd tkit ; card,and an,apology of
-illness had been her -substitutes. Frances tat
five minutes, and,Prem therickfire carriage; Was
,ordefed toiler Old tiornm" :Itrifidoinitered Mr:
oek off his,hat, and the red, color'
flushed, his cheek, Frances alone ;-,returned
blei c hoW:' • ' • 4 . 4 : • ' 1 :
• - MM. Chavasse was in pleiiiiant
She was grumblingntlierliuSband, because he : l
- 1 4 1 •d4 kept tke, , dkolPt• ivaiting."llgwas standi ng befora +Ore; Di, his Velyete'ei coat and leather;
gaitersiWarining his fripthittenhandi.'
41 ' 621 't - 1 1 ,a 1 P IV . said he. "-If I Were' to'
neglect Lord` Eiustberry'S' businetia;., would }
soon get,nriother ;steward,• titerkWonldi
yokall be - therrl-• You have been snaking calls,l
TOUPPeag•iFrunees• • • I •; , •
'd Only littlie,rd'otory, •• 1
Mr. Chavaise turned sharply round from the;
fireininid faced his ditfighterl " ' "
"The rectory!, In that trird,?" ' '
Frances feltannoyedi ,tr7What trim What'
-404'613. ;Mum; papal"Ll ; 1-;; , •
have gonk.in itlrittlet way; to•call,
there,'.' returned, fienP, 4 ,
and - left Seine of Croak kerigawk and .hWelets
at home. - You might have stepped .in 'And
talton a quiet Cup °flea with them', anything
' "'. •
" In the name of wonder, what for VP' sharply
iva', 'f , 'Frenceis, has gone
dust its I iihOitlddiavigene l .r,' , ";„. '
Mr4'illiaVaeig` did net; continue <the 'sub-'
jeett a "Will ;yeti' stay and have some dinner,
_. • " •
Ida "eat it 'half •
,cold,"?. intMpoied Mrs.
Chavasse: • ; '
I would not stay for the world, papa:: I
have other calls to make, and Emily Lomax is
coming to dine , with me- afterward, that,we
may lay, down the planes : for my It will
tie,such'a bOittifig,liall, paps,k tini.hest tiger
Mind - -you have identi , of =Wtis lights,;
Frances;" advised - lier,Ainther.:,
‘ , Oll, I Shall haie everything p Lights, and h et
houselplants, 'and. Champagne-in abtendance—
•Gettvitst, lets aye tvali invit ivay." j
" D'o' mit begin that ten, soon;" said'
Chavasse; , nodding at his son-in-law;
Where'stheuse Ofe,entradiction laughed'
the, surgeon, as
,„th,ei,' rutin 'to leake
"For When a woman will, she will, depend on 't ;
- , And *hen she Won't ehe Won'P-Land , there's anl
• ITO " .
1101_01 4 QS:AZOIP,'OP.,$!VPLIES: .„
; • Orr/cc Milting CORPS,
..Washingt9n; Pot. 10, 1807. 1
ILEA7ADTII,I)POB.II.thfaiII. be:received at this office
until 8 o'clock; pO4, , -on ividay,lhe 19th of November,
1867, fcir sopplyinethe marine corrppse pith the followlogi
articles during the beta-year endus 80th June, 1898,
MAO 800 10d.f 0 . 1 78 8 010 0e1 4 0'.
1,000 to 2,000 Marine
)ate to 8,003 latteob•lesther !docks.; , r
600 to.. pp privates , untform. coats, Complete, of:
nary : Alm) cloth, 'PPP , d 76 - 4 0: :bed
chemically tott4, - , • , 1
to- 100 eeniaßts' AnolroMB '0"" 1 4 1 I 'Si
60 to t.lOO ornalciams , costa, scarlet cloth, eoehineei.
100`to" 900 palm non-commlasione4 'officers+ .epact.'
lettse. , l,
. goo to, :$O-(kpitixtbrapAanttestima.)
80 to i ditm4,worseekomhom.l .
::/; 0 00 t9,2,000p0r1t ixrpralle,
MOO to 2,004 Mien ebirte,t . - •
2,6•10;to B,ooQsmilatbrogapoi Nos. 5:19 11; ,
.• 600;to tBOktoolgebleatete, -r
600 840.kakinatlo , - • , •
fat SPOINatt, WOK/lift r •
,!0:1ta 800,marizo fatigue,capsi tbil cloth tablEiTY.
•.; - • blue, •Indigo -dye,.end elkemleally t
I.oo.to..t.BlX;Jetlgite ttoOke., t , ,
1,600 to 1,500 thinned ; , • , -
600 to 1,000 pain woollen overall, bine kersey.
.irketie • - ;
poo __s(lo,uate ornreatuoate, _ do.
600 to 1,000 'Ore ere. nneldrati
umieline'jackete, owlet cloth,
- , , to chemica ll Y teeter'.
'l,OOO to 2,1114 'Yenta 84 alty•blue kereey '
1,000 to 2,800 yarn' Illotlf,'td themlaally
banal • , - .
bbtkincil dye,' to; he' cheml-1
• "filly tested.:
Seepiee ,of tbe above a rticled May be WA apII
.canon Vli Once, 4 - 4 the 01)E6 Of lhe atsebnt-I 'quarteraistekattinecorplB9,llprnonettect, '
Ills to`bitindentoodth aeoopted,bbicler Is to
take ill mitirlaliiied"fox Wdinitfaurtu.ring Ecate;'overalls;
kon hand at the'tithe Of mit:eking i nto contract, at
wlllbereallred birthe *hole or In putt for' thj
„mit** required, and itinuet be, explicitly understood
thick dritiadinspectionWlll 'ran all'artlclec fur.;
*hedge:to tit And Qualtti; and, hat 'articles' 'stint do
not i'oina tiithe will be rejected - AU d thrown
.upon the buds of the contractor. "
-Ifkequartermalter .reeeries .to himself the right to
increases or dfudnietttba,iinuntfty nenne4 above, as the
exilleveleeet Interests of theterilontasy demand.
Prop/tact° beuddrnesed the`Kaanrfermeiter of the
MOW, llorge," ithilihigien;ll: Mordndorie4
' peseta for flopplielo; " •
The men publishing this" altigtbsenlent
the piper coittabutigthe firs 'kW pike for
examination, aceempenic4 by a duplicate account of the
expenai-gst the totenf 00 dente for nn ern, .00t
'non', and SIX emote` pay SOO etas for ll,eubienuentin•
seitions, -" • 'I thttto 13
iptRiti.NDIES.,--ff Pine 3farct t;
'AAP' and ether 11 n aps Of yarious vintages, In half
pipes and quarter oat I „Itellavoistiillochelle Brandies,
tads and dark, lethal pipet, halreasks, and one-eighth
casks. Importadiind for ale br• • • •
- =tin ti
oat 221 'and 228 South Fourth strbet.
J'TOHN: NoCOY;:,. - WIIOI,gSALE wiNg
. ..Aio . LiQuovs , r9Rs t ,
311 and 813 E Yrnnt and Water ots.: bet. Spina°,
inpync)taana Grsy , p ce!abrate , koo9T,o4 W/lISIVEY;
in bond and In gorge' • og 24.20,1.
11COORT WlNE.—lli,Vond and entitled to-do.
!ice, tit Ogoli eighths. - '," •
key, 2 years old
- Bitty pipes Author Gin. - . . '
Marett, Planet, Bouvet, and 3 - - .2 . fittirtifihindieg, at
of which I offer to the trade Pt reduce d prices.
JOS. F. TOBIAS,
n274=1 IS and 90 B.2troiat tit.belati Walnut.
A LEXANDER V. DOUSES, WINE AND
41 MOOR E1'0RE.'N0.' , 2243, flootheasi Corner o
GEORGE 504 BOUTS EVeota , e and-ly
10- I/LEWIS; IMPORTNII. MO) DEA.LEN
'ILA IN NINE WINES LIIIIIONVOIGM12,1632; 28
busk IPTILBtriNt; ?bilmielphis. ;I'l/Ltd,' aulAy ;
1144.1iDIEEL—Pind;giyataci* & aici:; ,
& 00 ., ond othei broods n(OOkinies of various
vintager, in half pipeo and quarter mks • Pellerobsin
'lloohollo - Brandler, polo and dark,'ln half p ipes, quirt*:
`Outs and ono•eiglitb casks, All in Ouatos ones stores,
Imported liikd for We by
/UMW BORN 4:00.,
it 6 , ;-!, • Nos, 221 and 228 Sonth 'Fourth Arent.
ITRMAR-Mi: BUTZ,. PORTER, ALE
AND LAO M; BEER IfigiVlrtY, No. OW (now
No. my Notthr Pfille4elptilso—E6lppiug
orknoMPaPliro.itteMP4 • aaftr
ARE TE, tIOM.E
, BT s A p pox ito.,..hird pirleton.--1,310.000
erortti or venue end huildiuscLota, in the gold• region
of Culpeper county, Virginia, to be divided amongst
10,200 eubscribere, 99 tike 7th of Dpcember, 2057. Sub.
sariptions only teu,4ollars defter fifteen dollars, one.
ball down, the' rest' on delivery or the deed.' ZVOry
subscriler, will get a Building Lot or r arfo, rouging in
yaw, frothil(rto 11126,000. -These' forma and lota are
gold so cheap to induce slittleironts, a autficlent number
being reserved; thb Inertia:wilt' the` value of which will
compensate for the operant lotr , price now asked. Up.
war& of 1,350 lota and terms are already sold, and a
company of settlere called tlie tf 'Rappahannock Pioneer
hOtefotrolitg and will soon'eonlintiles a
settlement, Ample'security wilt be given (or the faith.
lilltpifforroStice .ritliontikete tMd
.tfo.OW acres of lent loddifferrrnA parte of Yirgluhr; now
at 'command, end wilt be sold to settlers at from Slop to
$4OO per &ore." iftwinaliOnAra tides will in ail c. 0.,
ibet MOW'. Ntiod:entters,.Cridpert farmers,' *a., 'art
wanted, and fire hundred Agents to obtain subseriberii,
to whom the, wont liberal inducements will be given,
ogebleirrite that they us moklngs2oo pormonth.
For full particulani, subscrlpUons t agencies, An. apply
.? y . E. BAUDER,
1 TPlP ,o 7 l 4l9hronne county, Vl.'
PAYAVITr—AbIe-hodfoi4; iinmirrind Men, to
whom la - h . , •aiv,il.STid PV? :hclora,olo,thing, end
medical ittiOdtiaae.- ray tom lll2 , to 5261' per 'Rooth.
No moo itdeepted. FAfepy
for MOVNTZD 6N10 , 1010,14Vliot:1117111LEKNT Arent
~ let'LioutPACUti(t: nren*Wrl>
°L 4, 4.lm* -1 9tocktaltioji Officer.
FARTED! 2 --AfEirAGENTS;EITHE
very popular book. leepte, , antftledd! The ppkoked
Mut • or, Litefu ,whil i di t ,s l od e edlltidni Ursit
,tudold 130Paead the New Xright
, Mates. Arg ete 'wehted :to pekvage the Middle,'
Sdretheritrilhd'Veeteils genie' now engaged
thelurtreuelei 0112 per esY,:-Addreoclip'letterOlobk
"AkeeetiM, ktlttel etteet., UPlittlArtfo ,s4ll4oz,ooslly et
,RePAPIOW It 601PIrn
.Virit, J.k . ,l4oPogtoe
1Y 4 1t9riv ; ' eq°9,-$P,,_O/ 1 ORPg , TN,II in.. I,bove
irt9t,ig I °7. 04 "Pri"T.71 0 ,11..7ar7 lOriP,ooll :Of
~ : Nap.. 2 614 ,,, °° _,t a ,' EMa g ilt ' f , 44 4 4. 4 " l 4 7 4 9X s a t b aCO i tni s zdtvif
f*AMILIC gran* in e , ' th'eitiedifon of , p lr3 s,
=Omit, eat *OM tentllo9a Isi WO 144
.I)^4 ~ t.. 4,• ~, ,‘ ~ • , , ,
, nat, B.,,reipinion nittutlon given tZr C6lOOlO/4 , f 94 61,
poirjr i ts pm OOP Offinleat447logfrildterYs•it'
,*ime At OfokaNt MeV i c.: Mg 4 itt Ar. OP
Tag PitllSSii4tilt ADELPlitti, SAttlitiiAlf 4 .'OCTOrtett 31, 1851.
113ROPOSALSI FOR FURNISHING'I
PAMIR FOR TUN PUBLICIRINTING. . •
Orrick RtrOaltiTsignsalr . 0 . 1 , THY • P„OBLI
" ‘Washitktop, October Ist, 1851. •
IN PURSUANCE) of the provisions , of the Act to
provide for eXetalting . the' public ,priting," up -
PtOred Atighlit SC IEO2, sealed proposals trill be remilved
at'this ofilde,'hi e Oapitbl, until the first blonds/ (7th
day) of, Dowdier next, at twelve o'clock If., for , fur
fishing it) Paper tbetniay he required for the public
printing,for, the` year ending on thettrat day of Deceni•
ter,Asos. • -
The subjoined list specifies
nearly ac can be ascer,
talued, the quantity, quattty,•axid description of each
kind er paper that will berequired :
0 talils ,
measure 24 by 38 inchria, and to weigh forty-five pounds
10,000 rooms tine priutli4 paper,
the'ream of 480 ghosts.
4,oooreams'The printing paper, ealenderad, to measure
24by 28 inches, and to' weigh fifty-elx pooOdd to the
rhea] of 4410 sheets.' ,
atlas , trt.
6,000 ream' superfine steed and °slandered printing
paper, to, measure 24 by Bt. Inches, and to' Weigh' fifty
two pomade to the t
ream 0 sees. -
, pt.ase Iv.
300 reamisaperAne hard-sized and ealendered printing
paper, to measure 24 by 32 inches, end to Weigh forty.
eight pounds to the ream of 480 sheets. ,
, „- CLASH V.
' 1,000 m eri no reams aired and calendered map
paper. of adch slam ee,play be ragotrod, correeporallog
in weight with paper mammies 1,0 by 29 inches, and
weighing twenty pounds per ream of 980 sheets.
200 reame superfine plate ! paper, (calendered or an -
Calendered, qe may be required,) 19 by 24 Inches, and of
such weight per ream as may be required. • ,
The abrupt' the paper of each of the sheep classes to
be of lissu,muipottou, free from all adulteration with
'lninekar or other substances, of a fair whiteness, and
in gn i . m . ,, Pr '49°,4Y-four sheets each, and in
bundles of 4w reams each, each ream to contain 480
'portent elwiete. Uniformity. in color, thickness, .and
weight will he required; and no bundle (exclusive of
- Wraliquirs) varying over, or under five .per pent. from the
waigo will OP received,' and the green weight
will, in all cases, be required. Mixing of various thick.
neases in the Same 'bundle'td make up the weight will
La considered_a violation of the contract.
NO. i.L11,600 reams irtartlpoei Writing. pitper;
N0..2—`2,000 riinme tiateap writing paper
No. 8.400 reams demi writing paper ;
No. 4-4,000 Sethi folio poet Writlitg paper ;
No. 6-6 00 rearms *edit:tor writing paper
No. 8-0.1 risme 2040:writing paper i
Nd. 'T-50 resins stipekoyal writing paper ;
No. 11-60 remits imperial writing paper;'
N. 0-10 Q reap, colored medium iciesorted.)
' • • ' atlas mt. '
I- , No. 1-0,000 reams writing paper, 19 by 20 inches, to
weigh twenty-eight pounds per ream.
No: 2-Lt1,600 reams, writing:paper, 19 by 20 inches, tci
weigh twenty-three pounds per resin.
'No: 8-3,100 'reams writing paper, 18 by 26 inchati,
weigh twenty-six poends per ream. •'•
No. 4-100 reams! , writing pepei; 18 by 22 inches, to
twenty-four pounds ,per ream.
"'Ni,. 8.-.340 reams ;Writing paper, 18 by 18 Indies, to'
weigh twenty-kayo pout:doper ream. '
No' 6-400;ams. writing paper , 12 by 18 inekee, to
weigh tirelve ands pei ream._ • . I
Ail the peporliAesigniteiliii aliases and Bare to be,
of tlie beat materinls, free from adulteration, and finished
In the best 'Manner. 'Tho paperi La ,Cl/0/5 7 are to be
white or blue, of the regular standard sires of the res.'
petite kinds, end of such Ivreights es may be required
by, ttiLsotties ;, those in class, 8 are to be white, suit of
'the vitae and weight specified in the schedule.
The ',right is reserved of ordering a greater or loss
'itinsatlty of each and every klud contracted for, at such,
limos end irl ouch quantities as the public sondes may,
Each class will be considered 1113pArat0IY, mut , be sub-'
Ject to a separate contract ; but bidders may offer for one ,
or more of the Clanell
,the. ante proposal; and the,
privilege is reserved of requiring& bidder who may hive
more, than ono clue assigned him to take all each,
°lessee; no forfeit his right ti ^-7 close.
_, Samples (not leas than one quire) of each kind of pa.
per,bid ter, end but one sample cf each kind, must or
dompany' exalt bid; and, in .:Amami 7 and 8, be numbered
,to ecurespoud with the number of the paper proposed tor'
la that schedule i and, in the first six classes, to be
prepaefy designated on the 'temple, or it will not be coo
_proposals and samples must be transmitted
to this office tree of postage or other expense. ,
Each proposal must be signedby the Individual or firm
making it, and meet epacify the price per pound (and
bat one pried for each) of every kind of paper contained
In the class proposed for.
, All the paper In the several abases must be delivered
at such place,or placea as may be designated la Washing-',
ton city, In goOd order, free of oil and every extra charge
or expense, and sebjeet to the lospeetiou ' count, weight,
and measurement of the Superintendent, and be in al l
Blank forms for proposals will be furnished at thin,
office to portiere; applying for them ; and none will be
taken into consideration unless substantially agreeing
Bonds, with approved securities, will be required;
and the supplying of, an. inferior article in soy of the
classes, or a failure to supply the quantity required at
any time will be considered a violation of the contract.
Hach bidder is required to furnish with, his proposals ,
satisfactory evidence of the ability to execute them;
and sale noteccompaujed by, such evidence will be
rejected. • `• -
The proposals will bo opened In the manner required'
by law, "on the first Tuesday after the fi rst Monday in ,
Decembei" next; (Bth,) at - ten o'clock A.M., at the
office of the Superintendent. r
Proposals wiU .bp.addressed to the "Superintendent ,
of the Public Printing, Capitol of the United States,,
Washington'," and endorsed " Proposals for Supplying'
„Paper." A. fr. SEAMAN,
and i9t Superintendent of Public Printing.
PROPOSALS FOR ERECTING MARINE
DARRAORS AT PENSAOOLA. FLORIDA.
• - NAVY parturition",
SHAVED PROPOSAL% endoreed Proposals for build.;
lag Marine Barracks' at Perutacola,Floit
tu ds,” will' be re
tted at Ode department until the Bth day of Nevem
bir,`lBs7, at 3 ,o'clOck P. If.. for thq - Constenetioti of
the Marine Barracks authorised to erected at'Pensa-i
according to the Mimi and specifications
prepared "by the direction 'of the Diary Department,'
copies et which may co seen at - the OSCAN of the core.
uitnidanfi of the Navy-ydrda it Portimeuth;ftelt Ramp.'
'shit* Bistoo; Nent-..York, Philadelphia„ florfOlk; and ,
•Penitatola, and at the Navy Deputrient.'
- The' prepehde Mud be for furnishing all the mate-!
' rills 'altd,completing the work In a manner satisfaotory ,
to the person who maybe appointed by 'the Noy De
partment to superintend the same ;'sad the departmout'
reserves the right to reject or accept any of the propo
' gale' herelh Invited, when it deems the interest of the,
'UMW Stated required It. •• ' • •
Ninety per cent: of the amount Of work done and the
matertMettelivered will be paid for from time to time,'
sa the' ork progress* upon estimates tilde and cent; •
thid to bythe ouperintendent on the part of the United
_per cent; retained nein the completion
of the; cairOlot ond:soceptence of the wotk by the;
• td a stu e te t tir no nd n etel o o l d . d e e n ter o t t in t r a t, c an on d ra be e torfeited In'
TM Mil shell he Made for amotint lea than five
thousand dollar". ,• • •• • -
Each mogul moat be accompanied bye written gnarl
antes, Malted by tire responsible VOlLytertitled to be
so by, a nevagent, peaterdader, atria tido!, or some
other enter of the United Raise ',) in t o 'lll2l/3 of five'
thousand dolisre, that the bidder , will, when required,
if hla,proposal be accepted, enter Into a °entreat mil'
.botedwith proper end sulticient security for Its faithful
performance., • -
/Odder' are invited to examine the plan" and *ale-,
settees at the Clem; herein-before mentioned. .
The proposals must be sealed and addressed to this
, deportment sad pleinlyendonsed ~P roposals for build-
Marine Barracks at Pommels, Plorida." •
-, • The bldder•only whose offer may bo accepted will 1:4
notified., and the contract will be forwarded 'se soon
thereafter as practicable, which be will be requited to
alseerits within ten dayeafterlterecelpt at the postotdco
named by MM.
. • All the above work is to be completed in all respects
according to the plane sod specifications within twelve
mooths from and rater the date of the contract.
' ISAAC TOUbBY,
atiddthe•tNG • Secretary of the Navy.
10140POSALS FOR RATIONS FOR 1868
Ceenrsnitierna , s Oirros Haulms 00ftra,
• " Washington,' October 10, 1851.
SEP/1110E SEALED PROPOSALS Will be received
at the office, Until TUESDAY, the 10th of Novemberneat ,
nest, at 3 O'clock P. bf.', for furnishing .Rations to the
United States, limbo Corps, at the following stations,
for theyeer 1858, viz:
Portamouth, New Hampshire
Brooklyn Lond Island, New Mork;
P bUadelp ' hia, Pennsylvanis
' ' • cloaport;near Norfolk; Virginia;
, Wallington, Florida; and , '
Washington, Distriot of Columbia.
Pooh ration to consist of one pound and a quarter of
frosh beef,, or three-quarters of a pound of moos pork;
eighteen ounces of bread, made of best superfine dour,
lor best superfine flour, at the option of the Government;
and at the ate of si3 pounds of good coffee, twelve
pounds of best New Orleans sugar, eight quarts of but
white balms, four quart* of vinegar, two quarts of salt;
tour pounds of good hard brown soap, and one-and-a
half poundal of good hard dipped tallow candles, to ono
The beef required obeli be ,delivered on the order of
the eornmanding officer of each station, either in bulk
or by the Single ration, and shall amulet of the best
anti most otoilleiplices of the wake the pork to be
No. I prime mess pork, and the groceries to he of the
bestquality of Mods named. Ailanbjeet to inspection.
No bid Will be entertained unless accompanied by the
names of two sureties known to this °thee, or certified
to by acme omelet pinion. To be endorsed a Propovals
for Rations 'for HOS," and addressed to the, Quarter
1140er of the Marine Corps; Washington, D. 0. •
- D. J. 'SUTHERLAND,
The paper publishing this advertisement will send
the paper containing the first insertion to this oaks for
ettutination, accompanied by aduplleate amount of the
expense, the rate of 75 cents for 960 ems first iner
tiasand SIX ,ounte per SOS erns for all turbsuquent
,The National Inteulgencer, Star, and States, Wash-
Ingtorh B. 0.; Argus, Bortiand, Me.; Patriot, Concord,
N. ff.; Rosette, Portsmouth; N. U.; Poet and Courier,
Boston, Mass ;• Bridgeport Parmer, Conn.; Daily News
.sad Atlas, , N.S.; Eagle,Brooklyn N. Y.; Argus. Tenn
`eylvanisn,-. and 'Press, Philadelphia, Penn; Patriot,
Harrisburg, Penn.,• Republican, Baltimore, Md.; States
man and Argue, Norfollc, •Deniocrat, Pensacola,
Via... Courier and Orlesulan, New Orleans La.; will
outdid' the above three times per week, until Ugh No
oe rd-tu th and sat t Noy 70 ,
PROPOSALS' FOR ERECTING TIIE
CUSTOM MOUSE, lite.,'at Perth Amboy, New
Jersey, , „ ,
' Tallier= "
Wsiinnitrori; September 21st, 1557.
PROPOSALS will be received at this Department until
- the 25th - day of Nussator; A. D. 1867, at 12 oioleck,
noon, for the construction of the Custom liouse,, Post
Office,•and Court Dodo; authorized to be erected at
PRIPTIP /MOOT, New' Jersey, according to the Plane.
and specification prepared ,at this Department; raid
proposals to be either teethe Whole building, or separate
, for the different 'chide of work ; bills of parcels must In
- every man seCompaini each bid, with the amount of each
kind of work, and the total, amount carried out- the
Department reserving the right to reject or accept the
proposal' hereby invited, or- any part thereof, when It
deem' the interest of the United States require it; the
Department also reserves the right to exclude the bide
rof any permit 'or. periOnawhom there Is just cause to
believe will not faithfully parterm the contracts, or
which they have attempted to' obtain by indirection;
and all bide when there shall be puttee in interest who
not join In the bide; and bide that upon Invenigo-
Mau aro below a fair price for the work.
D idaWill not be received In gross, and contract will
'bdarraided to a bidder unless details are Welshed the
D,Sp it ithent of the prides of the di ff erent kinds of work
and materials which shall be subject to the revision
of the Dep artment, so that it may adopt the whole or
part of the bid, as the Interest of the United States
may require. „
}Moot y per amt., of the amount of work done, and
=Medi delivered according to contract price
amount to be escertained by an estimata of an agent of
the Department, appointed -tor that purpose,) will be
paid from timato3lnul as the work progresses, cud ten
per cent. retained ,untll. the completion of the contraet,
and the pecoptqacto of the work, dm., by the agent
-sfereseld, ankbelerfeited in the event of non -fulfilment
Centrists Will be awarded only to master-builders and
noehanted ; and the assignment thereof, except by non
omit of the Secretary of the Treasury, will be a forfeit
tire Of, the r atan.'
Rtl‘lti PrflPolal must be aceompinleit bp , a written gear
eighed by two swejmnsible piersene (Certified to be
'OlO bridle United' States Distilit ;edge, or . Attorney of
'the "mid Markt), In the sum of 25,Q00 for the whole
• vinrh, ,Or et" ftpropertiorrate amount if any,part, that
the 'bidder wi 11, when required, "if his, repent be'
eceepted, sotey Into si contract and bond, with proper
and eallieleSt deOuritles for Re faithful performance.
town of,Dont, and. Certificate required will" be fur.'
4110406.01.0Pittt0404 tothe Department: c' .
Plane, specifications!, end working drawing, PM be
gendt 901Vet,of, Noromber, when they can had on
Application, I the„Department,
No" ULM tousidera airless it fully complies,'
i n a u, iss - mnfis, wild-the regutrernsitil of this shirty
risen/rut. , • . 't _tt
The prim* must, St sem to tide Department, ad.
dressed to Bearetar - , the , Treasury, and peal
essde.t. I. poposAis NOR TEE PERTH AHD
CUSTOM HOUSE,". and will be • opened at ohs weioek'
,of the last day named for receiving She same.;
.4' , , ; • j HOWELL COBB, •
• 0 444 IStaystezy of the Tossusri
PROPOSALS FOR INDIAN GOODS.'
DIIPARTDINNT 017 THU INTIIIIIOII,
Offiee Indian Affairs, Ootober 15, 1857,
fiSALPD PROPOSALS, endorsed I. Proposals for In
not GoodA," [CIISS 1,2, 3, or 4,' as the osso may be,)
will be received at the Office of Indian Affairs, Wash.
ington city, until ten o'clock A. rd„ on Saturday, the
14th day of November, next, for furnishing goods for
tho Indian department for fulfilling treaty stipulations
with redone Indian tribes, and for other Indhui par r
poses, ae follows •
OLO6O No. 1.
Mackinac Blankets, C Mhos and Pry Goods.
3,000 pairs 3.point whito Mackinac blankets, to measure
60 by 72 Italie], and weigh 8 pouuds. ,
8,000 04452,4 -point white Mackinac blakets, to measure
51 by 60 inches, and weigh 0 pounds.
1,600 pa rs 2-point white Mackinac blankets, to measure
92 by 6, limbos; and weigh pounds.
1,600 Pairs 1)6. point white illeckinat blinkets, t o 11 , 6 „.
sure 50 by 50 inches, and weigh 41( pound*. ,
1,600 palm 1-peint,white Mackinac blanket', to measure
• 30 by 46 Inches, and weigh 81( pounds.
800 pairs 8-point scarlet Meakirso blankets, to tnea:
sure 60 by 72 inches, and weigh 6 pouuds. ,
400 pairs 2)4 -point starlet Mackinac blankets, to mac
euro 64 by 60 Inches, and weigh Ii pounds.,
290 pairs a)6 point green Mackinac .blankets, to mea
sure 60 by 84 Inches, and weigh 10 pounds.
400 pairs 3-point green Mackinac blankets, to measure
60 by 72 inches, and weigh 8 pounds.
400 pairs 2)4 -point green Mackinao blankets, to mea
sure 64 by 66 Mabee, and weigh 0 pounds.
200 pairs 3)6.point Indigo blue alaskinae bleekets, to
femurs 66 by 84 inches, and weigh 10 pounds.
200 pairs 3-point indigo blue Medina° blankets, to
measure 60 by 72 inches, and weigh 8 pounds.
300 pairs 2)6-point indigo tilde Mackinaw, blanket", to
measure 64 by 66 Inches, and weigh 0 pounds
200 palm 316-polut tlentinella blue Mackinac blanket",
to measure 06 by 84 inane,' fled weigh 10
goo pairs 8-point Gentinella blue Mackinac blanket',
to measure 60 by 72 inched, and weigh 8 pomade.
360 pairs 2)6 point Oeutinella blue Ithicklutio blankehl,
to measure 64 by 00 inches; end weigh 0 pounds.
3,600 yards fancy Bet blue cloth ,
2,000 " WV:V.OlOth
- 500, cc " • green cloth „
4,500 1 . grey list blue cloth
3,600 a saved " blue cloth
,000 " " " gimlet 010th
1,000 " " green sloth
1, 00 pounds worsted yarn, 8 folds
100 dozen gotten flag handkerchiefs
100 " Madras
250 cc fancy cotton "
60 c black silk "
60 " 8.4 cotton shawls
100 " 4-4 cc
'5O " 5.8 woollen shawls
1,000 pounds linen thread
76 " cowing silk '
614 pieces riband"
160 gross worsted gartering
76 pieces silk handkerchiefs , ,
86,00 yards calico
26,000 9‘ Merrimac Calico
16,000 cc blue drillieg ' '
15,000 ' 1 white cc
6,000 " • Georgia stripes •
Biloo " blue denies
3,000 - cc cottoned°
16,000 e bed ticking •
2,000 cc, Irentuckyjeaus -
'8,600 " satinets
10,000 ," plaid linicey
6,000 cc bleached shirting
20,000 ," domestic shirting, (unbleached)
22,000 " . cc sheeting 11
10,000 cc cheeks, stripes and plaids
200 dem woollen socks
2,000 yards flannel., assorted
1,000 pounds cotton thread
600 dozen spool cotton
, 300 pounds best Moose vermillion
500 " " American cc
1,600 cc brown gilling twine, No. 80
1,000 " cotton maitre
2,400 flannel shirts
2,400 calico "
/0 dozen Canadian belt,.
CLASS No. 2.
200 frock coats, indigo blurs broad cloth
260 pantaloons, "
200 vests, cc cc
100 frock coats, " Anavy twilled
100 pantaloons, cc
100 vests, , cc if
100 Dticklime Indigo blue blanket capotee
100 black satinet overcoats, (No. 1)
100 sheep's gray cloth overcoats
100 cc cc cc coats
100 cc " pantaloons
100 black satinet coati
100 cc pautaloone
'lOO cc Yoga
200 blue satinet coats
200 " pantaloons
200 cc vests
200 cadet mixed satinet coats •
200 cc pantaloons
200 " vats.
Bides No. 3.
Hardware, Agricultural Implements, and Axes.
6,000 pounds brass kettles
1,000 tin kettles, (15 ohms)
200 nests Japanned kettles, 8 in I mil
50 dozen 10-quart tin pane
76 If 6 ~ cc
70 II 4 0 It
100 cc 2 c,
800 " butcher knives
200 " scalping cc
'25 at gun flints
60 grass gun worms
160 cc' squaw awls
125 cc fish hooks, assorted
800 dozen fish lines
350 gross needles
150 dozen coarse tooth combs
150 " fine
160 cc scissors
16 cc bush scythes
16 " grass cc
16'" grain ' "
10 cc adzes
80 cc grubbing hoes
00 " weeding cc -
100 pairs homes
200 cc trace chains
NV log cheins
800 drawing knives, 10 and 12 inches in length
250 angora, in equal proportions of 1)6, 1, X, and'
200 hand slam -
ocross-cut claws; 7 feet in length
ic St 0
60 dozen hand-saw files
• 10 • " cross-cut saw files
10 cc wood rasps
250 querteresoeket chisels, X, 1, and 2 loth
• 70 plines fore and jack
25 dozen shovels
26 cc spades
• 600 camp kettles, (3 slots)
8,000 short handled frying pane ,
100 dozen bastion spoons
200 cc Iron table spoons ,
200 ' tin Cups
16 c• 'myth° eoliths
26 ' 5 ales, to Weigh from 416 to 5.i4 pounds
100 " half axes, to weigh '3X pounds
70 cc hatchets, to weigh 1.16 pound
15 " broad-axes, ordinary size'
60 cc nine mirrors .
76 " Are steels
Cbses No. 4. .
1,000 northwest guns, Hint lock
210 " cc percussion lock.
Proposals will be received for the delivery of sad
goods at Boston, Now York, Philadelphia, Baltimore,
New Orleans, fit, Louis, Mecophie, or Oinolunati ; but In
considering the bids, the cost of the transportation of
the saute to their ' respective destinations from the
places proposed to bo delivered will form an element In
deciding upon the proposals.
Tho right will be reserved to require a greater or lass
quantity of any Of the articlee named than that speolfied'
in - the above schedule, also any others of a different
description that may be needed, at the lowest market
Goods of American manufacture, of the required
styles and quality, will be preferred ; but as the samplei
of blankets and cloths are foreign fabrics; It will be ne.
misery in proposing a domostic article of either or
those kinds, that a sample thereof shall accompany the
The articles to be furnished must, In all respects,
conform to and be equal with the sample recently se
tinted, which may be seen at thin Old. They will be
rigidly inspected and compared with those samples by
en agent or agents appointed for that wpm. Such as
may be unequal thereto in any particular Will be re ?
furs; in which case tho contractor will be bound to
sh others of the' required kind or quality within
three days • or, If that be not done, they will be per,
chased at lleexpense. Payment will be made for the
goods received au invoices thereof, certified by the
agent or agents appointed to !meet them.
It will be understood that all bide for furnishing the
goals above epecified may bo rejected at the option of
the Department, particularly If made by one who is not
known as a manufacturer of or regular dealer in, the
article proposed to be furnish edi ,• which fact, or the re
verse, must be distinctly stated in the bids offered; and
that the bids of all persona who may have failed to
comply with the conditions of any contracts they may
have previously entered ihto with the 'United Statue
shall, at the option of the Department, be rejeeted In
accordance with the letter Ithd spirit of a'joint resolution
of Congress relative to bids for provisions, clothing
&a., for the use of the navy, approved 27th March, 185 .
Donde wilt be requited, in the amount of the bid, ro
the faithful performance of the centred, with two et
more sureties, whose sufficiency must be certified by a
United States judge or district attorney.
The proposale must embrace the artielea, with the
quantities thereof, as they are arranged in the foregoing
schedule, with the prices annexed to each, in dollars
and cents, at which they will be furnished, and the
amounts must be , tarried out and footed tip for midi , 1
clam They Amid be submitted with the followleg
I [or we] hereby propose to furnish for the service
of the Indian department, and according to the terms
'of its advertisement therefor, dated October 16th, 1851,
the, following articles, at the prim thereto affixed,
[here insert the list according to the class or sleet
proposed for,) deliverable in the city of [Boston, Nen ,
York, Philadelphia, Ealtimore: New Orleans. St. Lode,
Memphis, or Cincinnati, as the case may boa by Mia
tirst . day of April next, or at such time or times during
the year Ma as may ho ordered by the Commissioner
of Indian Affairs; and I [or we] will also furnisb. I
at the same prices, such additional quantities, of the
same kinds end qualities or geode, and at the lowed
market pried, such other artteles of a different dandle-
Mon as may be required for the service of the Indian
department during the year, JIM, deliverable .4A:we
stated ; and if this proposal bo accepted. [b'efa luseet
the words, 'ln whole or in part' if mere thoh fretOlfies
be proposed for,] I Tor wej will, within twir,dy <ISA
thereafter, execute a contract deonlingly, and..:glve
security, satisfactory to the Oommissioner of Wien
Alfalfa, for the faithful performance of the same. ,,
[Mere limed whether the party proposing is or le not a
manufacturer or regular dealer In the article.proposed
to be furnished.)
WI proposal unit also be adompanied by a guaran
tee, In the following farm, to bo 'signed by two or more
responsible persons, when sufficiency moat be certified
by one or More perione, peisoually or eilielally known
to the department:
I (or we] hereby goa,ranty that the above lelddi4,
for biddem,j If a contract shall bo awarded to him, (or
theind according to his for their] foregoing bid or pro
posal, will execute a contract, and 'give security.for the
performance thereof, as prescribed in the advertisement
for proimmle for Indian goose, dated Ostober 16, 1867;
and I [or we] agree to pay any and ail damages or tomes
which the United States or the Indiana may suffer by
reason of failure so to de Ou the part or the said bidder,
No proposal will be considered that deem got strictly
conform to the terms and directions of this advertise
liy order of the Secretary of the Interior.
011ARLES E, MIX,
Mobacco anb .grigaro.
XL went, wok as , t
Uabaqu, , . Mina,
Woo ' Oorweralantee,
Torrey ' Lope, Union Americana, .
Ore Jon, Flora Cubans, &a., Mi.,
&a., In g, g, 1-5 and 1-10 .xdree, of all aim cad onallL'
ties, in store and constantly. reoeiriate, Lod fOr eats low,
by , , • , CHARLES 71111),
' - ievri 198 WALNUT Street;
be ow &mond, second story
A handsome assort.
LIIGARO, CABANAS AND PARTAGAS
BEGAIIII.—A eboloa, invoke of these oelebratbd
brands on board brig +, New Nra daily 'spotted from
11sinna, and for sale low, by, &Iry gg TETE,
' (New) 188 Walbut street, bolo* Beaotrli
amt • • geoond Story
QUAKER CITY NAILS,
RIVET -IRON, i
Manufactured at FOUNTAIN BUREN ROLLINGIdILI,,
on the Schuylkill, above brine 9.arcieu Water Werke. '
WAREMMBEtp3 North "lUTnit Street.
QUAKER OTT NAILS ore ,worrantod equal to way
oVngity ,AND TOOLS, No. on HAMLET Err.
We Khali, oontit sttfe, 14ing
JOSEPH JONES FOR SAN FRAN
-o'o 01800,-To sail with otilek despatch.—Breight
taken at reduced rates,—The,beautiful clipper ship
JOUPII. JONhIS, Nelson Pendleton, commander, now
completing her loading at Race street wharf, has over
three-fourthe of her cargo on beard and nearly all of
her °opacity, engaged, will ocotillo& to receive, freight
fur a few days, and sail as above.
Ethipperi will please complete their engagements
without delay, tad hand in bills of lading for signatitre,
Itor hinds Of freliet, whibh 'mill be Won at
very low rates, apply ou board, or to
BISHOP, SIMONS A. 00.,
120 (late SO ) North Wharves,
Ciliflß MARY AND ADRLINE,TOR NE
ouraaNs. —Guezantled "fleet vessel,- Reeeives
freight at as low rates as any other vessel laddiag
'The fastAusiling coppered packet ship MARY AND
MALIN!, Watts, master, now completing her loud
lug at Rae street whaf, having nearly all her cargo en
board, will continue to , receive what freight offers, and
sail ea above.
Shippers will please hurry their goods alongside, and
bills of lading to the Counting House for signature.
Pot ,balance of Preight; at reduced rates ' apply on
Waal br to . 1118110 P, 31110N8
ocaldtt 120 (late 30) North Wharves.
Agents intim Orleani 3 O Meeker
The M. & A. insures et the lowest rates, and will take
item down the Delaware and up the Allseissippl.
SAVANNAH STEAMSHI P TINE
STATE OF GEORGIA
In cOnsequence of the depressed state of trade, the
above ships will be withdrawn to; , the present.
October I . o th. A., LIMON, 7s.
FARE REDUCED TO SOUTHAMPTON
oOrLi.ltAVßlt.—The maguilicent steamship VAN
DERBILT, Edward Iligglas, comtuandor, 6,268 toud,
From New York far &Milt- ' From Southampton and
ampton and lkavre. bane for New York.
Saturday Oct. 44 Saturday Nov. 14
Saturday ' ~Dec. 5 , Saturday Doe. 20
Price of Passage—First cabin, $100; second cabin,
$5O Sposlo delivered An London and Pude. For freight
or poop apply to D. TORRANCE, Agont,
; , No. 5 Dowling Green, New York.
tatters Ibr England and Europe, pro-paid, 25 cents
each half yence, (by suolonore pf,postage stamps If from
other elite's) wllllm received at 00. 5 Dowling-green,
New York( up to 11X ',Aloe); pu the morning of Sall.
ing. 1 ,
,L ' ovionte
fIREAF REDUCTION IN FARE TO EU
First Mini .180 I Doomed Cabin . . ... ......$5O
In • the glut -oims paddlewheel steauiship ADRIEL,
3,000' tonsi_o. D. LUDLOW, Commander, and DORT!!
STAB, 2,600 tone, P. E. Lsravan, to mil from pier No.
8 North Riva, at noon preolmely, carrying the UNITED
.STATED MAILS, via:
Leave N. Tusk fori
feenthamptOe, I/a- Bremen for Southampton
, rre and Diemen: Southampton . for New Yogis.
Arel, Saturday, Oct. 91. Wedsiday, Nov. 4.
N. Satiy, Oct. 31. Satimisy, Nov. 28 . Weds'diy, Deo. 30
Thus steamers touch at LILVDE. Specie deliverid
in London and Pule. for passage and freight, apply
to D. TORRANCE, Agent, No. 6 Dowling Green, New
York. • oelo.tf
pOiI.ENGLAND AND FRANCE,IBS7,
New York' and. Harr. Steamship Oompany,—The
United 2tatea Stmonshipa ARAM), 2,600 tons,
David Lines, commander, and FULTON, 2,500 loos,
James A. Wotton, oonimander, will leave New York,
nitre and Southampton, for the years 1867 and 68, on
the Ibilow log dsis :
LIAM 11W TOII.
Arago, Wards, * Jan,
Fulton, do. Bob. 0
Arago, ' do. Marob 0
Bolton, do. April 8
, 27:,T 40
Patton, &today, Aug. 22
Atop, do. Sept. 19
Puttee, do. . Oot. 17
Grego, do. Nov. 19
Patton, do. Deo. 12
Arnim Tuesday, Aug. 26
Salton, do. Sept. 22
Arago, do. Oct. 20
Fulton, do. Nor. 17
Arago, do. Dec. 16
Fulton, do. Jan. 12 'Fulton,
***go, do. Feb. 9 Arago,
'upon, ' do. ' March 9 Fulton,
Arago, do. April 6 Arago,
Fulton, do. , May 4 Fulton,
Arf,go; do. , Jime 1 Arago,
Vniton, do. June 29 Fulton,
PRIO2 OP PABBAOII.
Prom New-York to Southampton or name—Vint
Cabin, $lBO ; Second Cabin, 816.
From Nana or' Southampton to New York--I,lret
DOW, 800 fears; Second Pablo, 900 franca.
Par freight or plunge, apply to
MORTIMsp, LIVINUSTON, Agent, 7 ',roadway.
WILLIAM ISISLIN, , 4, Marra.
' 'I376OBRICY & 00. " South'ton.
NAPRESB AND DX- ~ Dart..
WIANGII CO. auB
Arago, Wednesday, Aug. 28
Fulton, do. flept.23
Arigo, do. Clot 21
Walton, do. Not. 18
Arago, do, Deo. 10
do. :au. 13
do. Feb. 10
do. Mar. 10
do. April 7
do. May 6
do. June 2
do. Jou° 80
MBE NEW YORK AND LIVERPOOL
UNITRD STATES MAIL STEAMERS.—The 8 1 4 8
composing this Line are :
The ATLANTIC, Oapt, Oliver Bldridge.
Tb►ltALTlO Capt. Joseph Oonistook.
' TbsADRIATIC, C a pt . lames West.
jniese ship hard been built by contract, egyreesly for
ilovernmenteerviee; every care has been taken in their
construction, te also In their engines, to ensure strength
a'nd speed, and their acoommodeilens for passengers are
aneguilied for elegsmoe and comfort.
Price of passage from New York to Liverpool, In fret
cabin, VIA In second do., 875; from Liverpool to New
York, IQ and 20 gulneae. No berths secured unless paid
for. The ships of this line have improved water-tight
PEOPOBIBD DATER OP BAILING.
rams COW TOZIC. DIIOI LIMPOOL.
Saturday, Jane 20, 1827 Wednesday, June 24, 1857
liaturday, July 44 1867 Wednesday, July 8" 2857,
Saturday, July 18, 1857 Wednesday, July 22, 1867
Saturday, Aug. 1, 1867 Wednesday, Aug. 5, 1857
SaturdAy, Aug. L 5, 1867 Wednesday, Aug. 10, 1867,
Saturday, Bept.l2, 1567 Wednesday, Sept, 2, 1857
Ilatvglay; Sept:26, 1857 Wednesday, Sept. 80, 1851
•Ostdfday, Oct. 10, 1667 Wednesday, Oat. 14, 1857
Wedgy, Oct. 1851 Wednesday, Oct. 28, 1857
Satutilly, Nov. 7, • 1867 Wednesday, Nov.ll, 1857
Saturday, Nov. 21, 1861 Wednesday, Nov. 20, 1861
Saturday, D.C.6, 1667 Wednesday, Dee. 9, 1017
,• ~ • • . • Wednesday, Deo. 22; 1861
Per frelfprep, 'play to
r COMINII, No. 56 Well street, N. T.
' 110 W 8 IFLIY 004 Liverpool.'
SPURN RINNARD 00,27 fourths Inert,
B. G. .I.ll4llloolEkr 12. 00., Paris.
The owners of these ships will not be ancorintable for
gold( silver_, specie, jewelry.pr *Mons atones or
1111460,1111155 a bills of lading I!». :. ned therefor, and
tbe firiethareof ezpreeeed therein ant,tf
LUMBER I LiffittßEß I I—The Subscriber,
who has for severalyears °coupled the premises at
Slum's Planing Mill, Kedslogion bay removed to
(WAVES STREET '*ABP, adjoining the Phmots
Piaui:4MM, on Delaware avenue, where be intends
keeplng,a largo assortment of Carolina and other door
leg boards, steps, risers, shelving, ceiling, fencing and
'scaffold boards, thoroughly seasoned and well worked.
Pomade at the lowest cash prices. Purchasers are in
vited to call and tommine for themselves, and every ef
fort will be made to give satisfaction. Orders received
and supplied at the shortest notice for al' kind. and
WO of Southern yellow Pine, Timber and Sunning.
and-tf • 8. 8. 11101118.
'MACGREGOR HOT-AIR FURNACES
.1.3.1 L Sold by gitADWION. & ,BRO., SECOND Street
Spit, door ktelve Rios. „ auglB-11mos.
mr WO CONSUMING Truitt, AOE
CRILON'iI NEW CONE FURN.BCE,
after holing been put to the most severe lest, during
the two 00}.D wteruas or MO AND /MT, has proved to
be the moot powerful heater in the world, sumg from
sto the fuel over any of the beat tarnaget now la use.
Tingle FLIAXAORS are construoted with clot iron ash
pit, ands broad, shallow .Ista-shaped fire pot, lined
with firs-brick or Iron stayca. The tire pot is surmount.
A SERIES OP OONES, OA TAPERING RADIATORS,
large and broad at their hese, but tapering to eutell ape&
tares at the top, and uniting with the anuiar chamber,
thfougb Which the heat and smoke pass to the One.
Tile WOOLO products of combustion in the form of
smoke and Game, are suspended directly over the fire,
COM/lUD OT compreesed into , the tapering CONDO and
CONTINUALLY AAPONED to the direct action of the rays
of heat and light from the fire.
This beat and light is brought to a room I lion
Ooms, not unlike the
OOLLEOTION OP TUE BUN'S RAYS,
to a focal point through an ordinary lens, causing the
since LAD Oases to Leconte intensely heated and tho
by Shia operation the OMOCC AND
AMAIN ITO MADE 11QUALLY ATAILAULA with t h e IDOL
ITAILV for heating purposes, while, in other furnaces
it it OARIIIIID OTT AND WAIITIID IN TAN 01IIIINEY.
Lll persona desirous of obtaining the boat and
MOST ROONOMIOAL HEATING APPARATUS,
should not fall to examine the Now the CONSUMINO
00N111 YURNAON before purchasing any other. The at
tention of architects and bulldenr is particularly rs
quested. ARNOLD & WILSON,
(Buoosasora to S. A. Harrison)
No. 624 WALNUT Street,
Opposlte Independence Squat
LOCAL FREIGHT NOTI 0 E-T II E
PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD COMPANY are
now prepared to receive mid forward PREIOUT between
Philadelphia, Lancaster, and Columbia, at the following
raise per hundred pounds :
BETWEEN PHILA. AND COLUMBIA.'
Pint ObLes. Second Olase. Tilled Olean. Fourth (Maas.
El eta, 18 ota 16 eta. 14 eta.
c Bloat.; • •18 eta. per barrel. ' •
Pig metal, 10 eta, per 100 pounds.
BETWEEN PHILA. AND LANUABTKIt.
li , lrat Clue. fleeced Olaae. Third Class. Poorth Chad.
1 20 ote . 17 eta. 16 dn. 13 eta.
Flour, ' 25 etc. per barrel.
, - Plg Metal, 10 eta. per 100 pounds.
ARTIOLES OP Fl Ea CLASS.
Books, Fresh WM,
,Doote and Shoes,_ Nuts in Bags,
„alodar and Wooden Ware, Porter and Ale in bottlee,
Dry Coca Poultry in coops,
'Furniture, Poultry, (dremed,)
reathere,• . Wrapping Paper.
AETIOLES OP Si, CLASS.
Clover and Crass Ebel, Oils In sacks or barrels,
Crockery, Paper in boxes,
Ceske 6r Barrels ( em p t y ,) Poaches; (dried,)
Grceeriee, Printing Paper,
Guns and Riflea,' , Paper Hangings,
Herring in box., sod kegs, Queensware,
Hardware, Sweet Potatoes,
Hops, Tobacco t Mies,
Iron, - hoop, band, or cheat, Tea,
Leather, . . Type,
Liquor in wood, Tallow,
Marble Slabs and Marble Turpentine, (apts.!)
Monuments, Vlo Mak.
ARTICLES OP An CLASS.
Oysters & Olama (In shell)
ARTIULEB OB dre °LABS,
(177 For_fnyther information apply to
E. ENFIRDEIt, Freight Agent, PhHa
P. K. 11010}1 Freight Agentbl
kW] W. U. Mind Itral ht A Lancaster
, • toil , tauter
Oralu of all kinds,
Nails and Spikes,
R SEEII'OIIOE 'PENN.+
SYLVANIA VARMIIRSAND lITORrifEEPEIIik
The undersigned are now prepared to purchase for
cash, prime Oloser Seed of tt anew crop. Penniyiyarila
storekeepers and farmers,by sending samples to our
address, can, at all . graink,,dadertain the price at which
we are buying, partlee WGhlag samples, by which to
be goietted as to quality,'Can have them sent by mall,
by addressing rm. J. 11 011A9E ta 00,
sepl9-tf 4,llltOrth trout, and 43 Water streets,
LILOOR/NG BOARDS--28,680 foot Baru
" a k ix ' ar tage
, • I 11D Nnrelt. WO*, Renal
HOTEL' AND SUMMER 'RANGES
EOM by ORATKON & 203 N. FIZOOND Bt.
intalB-11mcw. - —" ' •
GLENWOOD CEMETERY , OFFICE; .NO
114 . 1111/1111! 014140 MTH. ' ou 1W
V in Avuret PIIND—FIVE PER CENT. IN
KJ TM:MST—NATIONAL SAFETY TRUST COM
INOOEPORATIED ST TH657471 Of POKNOILTAOII.
Money la received in any Hum, large or small, sad in
toreat paid from tha day of deposit to the day of with
The ales hi open every day from 0 o'clock In the
morning till 7 o'clock in the evening, and on *Sudsy
and Thursday evenings 0 o'clock.
HON. RENRY L. BENNER, President,
ROBERT BELERIDOE, Vice President.
WM. J. R;00, 800retarY.
Ron. Remy L. RM . er, - 0: Landreth Munn',
Xdward L. parley. P. Carroll Brewster,
Robert Selfrlnze, Joseph B. Barry,
Saanl. K. ilebtou, Fleury L. Churchman,
‘ James B. Smith, Yrsnois Lee.
This Company confines its business entirely to the
receiving at money on interest. The investments,
amounting to over
ONE MILLION AND A HALF OP DOLLARS,
are made in conformity with the provisions of the
Charter, in REAL ESTATE MORTGAGES, GROUND
RENTS, and such first elms 'muffles ea will always in
sure perfect security to the depositors, and which can
not fall to glye permanency and stability to this Insti
5 1 ,1. IX PENNY SAVINGS FUND, Corner of
FIPTU and WALNUT Bireete. Open daily, from
9 to B, and on Tuesday and Friday Evenings, until 8
O'clock. Large or email coma received and paid with
out notice, with FIVE PER OENTANTRIESBT, by
check or otherwise. JOHN TH BON, Pres 3.
TROB. T. TABKER, .NOW/N M. LEW/B.
BEORLTARY AND TAXABORIS,
WM. T. ELBERT.
Wm. 0. Ludwig,
D. 0. Levy,
Oharles E. Lei,
Israel W. Morris, Jr.,
Thomas B. Reed, M. D.
Thos. P. Elparhawk,
Isaac 8. Waterman,
Oblides T. Yorke'.
John B. Austin,
John E. Addinks,
M. W. Baldwin,
Nphraim Clark, 7r.,
Clarks S. Carataira,
A. J. Drosel,
Wm. B. Boater,
John Jordan, Jr.,
Lewin Lewis, Jr.,
IVO. 88 (241) DOCK STREET.-FIVE
PER CENT. STATE SAVINGS FUND.
O. 88 (241) DOCK •STREET.—FIVE
- nit CENT. STATE SAVINGS FUND.
NO. 88 (241) DOCK STREET.— FIVE
PER CENT. STATE SAVINGS FUND.
NO. 88 (241) DOCK STREET. FIVE
1, PER CENT. STATE SAVINGS FUND. sul-ly
Stisc4incrD attb iron.
glllOlll. •. MISSION. • I. ♦AUUIIII lISIMON
wiLLIAm N. milasiog.
_ . _
WM AND WASHINGTON SMITS,
. _ .
MERRICK , SONG,
INOINIIHRS AND MACHINISTS,
manufactitre High and Low Primate Steam Engines, for
Land, River and Marine Reprice.
Xenon, lianameters,. Tanks, Iron limas, &e., Out.
Inge of a ll kinds, either Iron or Bros.
Iron frame roofs for Gas Work., Workshop, Railroad
Retorts and Oho Machinery of the latest and meet
Every description of Plantation machinery, pooh as
Sugar, Saw and Orbit Mills, Vacuum Pane, Open Steam
Trains, Defecators,Vilters, Waiving Engines, &e.
Sole Agents for N. Milieux's Patent Sugar Boiling
Apparatus; Nastuyth'a Patent Steam Hammer; J. P.
Ross' Patent Valve Motion for Intuit Machinery and
linperlntendent—B. H. HARTOL
RICHARD NORRIS & SON, LOCOMO
STEAM ENGINE BUILDERS,
NIVINTHENTH STRUT, HAMILTON, VAIIIVINW AID
UJUNG OARDNN STREETS,
ilngaged exelasiseltin the manufaotare of
LOCOMOTIVE STEAM ENGINES.
Ilauttfitetute to order Locomotitee of any arrangea.
meta, weight or capacity, fpr the use of Wood or Coks,
or Btiumusons Coal in its roads stoic, or
Wlooooo 1.110071140 810010, 04V ON VIVI.
In design, material and workmanship, the Lemma
tlsee produced at these Works are equal to, and not ex
celled by any. The materials used in conetruction are
made on the spot, and insure the best quality and most
reliable stock. Tho extent of Shops, and Com
tete Equipment of Machinery and Tools, enable
hem to execute the
EST OF WORK WITH GREAT DESPATCH,
O) ANY ARRANOEUENT 11E4;1171MM
011ILLIM OAR WHERLS, MIMI= AXLE,
With Yorgingo of au y laze or form,
IRON AND BRASS CASTINOS,
And MACIIINX WORK generally.
1110 IRED NORRIS. BURY LATIIIAR NOMA
PENN STEAM ENGINE AND BOIL
REANEY, NEAFIE & CO.,
PRACTICAL AND THEORETICAL ENDINERBS,
MACHINISTS, BOILERMAKERS, BLACK
SMITHS AND POUNDERS.
Having for wary years bean in successful operation,
and been exclusively engaged in building and repairing
Marine and River Engine', high and low pressure, Iron
Boats, Water Tanks, Propellers, ece., Am, reepeetfully
offer their services to the public, as being fully prepared
to contract for Engine,' of all aims, Marine, River, and
Stationary. Having sot, of pattern s of different alms,
are prepared to execute orders with quick deapateh:
Every description of Pattern-making made at the
shortest notice. High and-Low Pressure, Pine, Tubu
lar and Cylinder Boilers, et the beat Pennsylvania char
coal iron. Forging of all sizes and kinds; Iron and
Braes Outings of all descriptions; Roll Turning, Screw
Cutting, and all other work connected with the above
Drawings and speoltioatiom for all work dens at their
eatabilahmasit free of charge, aid work guaranteed.
The subeeribers have am ple wharf dock room for re
palm of boats, where they can lay In perfect safety, and
are provided with &bears, blocks, falls, he., ho., for
raialag booty or light weights.
JAOOB N. MUNI),
JOHN P. LEVY,
aul-y BEACH and PALMER Streets, Kensington.
H ANDY & MORRIS—
CUMBERLAND WROUGHT IRON TUBES
FOR OAR, STEAM OR WATER.
GENITAL IRON COMMISSION MERCRTS.
Warehouse 8. V. corner FRONT and WALNUT.
HELMBOLD'e GENUINE PREPARA
TION, Entreat Hoehn, for au Disease. of the Blad
der, Kidneys , enrol, Dropey, Nereotte and Debilitated
TTELMBOLD'o GENUINE PREPARA.-
.a.a. TION, Extract Buchu removes all the symptom,
among which will be found ' lndisposition to exertion,
Lou of Power, Lou of Memory, Difficulty of Breathing,
General Weakness, Horror of Disease, Week Nerve.,
Drettiful Horror of Death, Night Sweats,
Cold Feet, Wakefulness, Dimneu of Vision, Languor,
Universal Lassitude of the Muscular System, often enor
mous appetite or Dyspeptic, Symptoms, Hot Hands,
Plumbing. of the Body, Dryness of the Skin, Pallid
Countenance, Eruptions on the Pane, Pains in the Back,
Ileavieeas of the Eye Lids, frequently Black Spot. flying
before the Ilyes, with temporary tuffusion,Loss of Sight.
If these symptom, are allowed to goon, which this tea
diotde removes, soon follow Fatuity and Epi
TF YOU ARE SUFFERING WITH ANY
1 of the above di■treuing ailments, use HELM
BOLD'S PREPARATIONS. Try them, and be convinced
et their efficacy.
ITELMBOLD'a GENUINE PREPARA
_cm RATION, Extract Dacha,
"Give health and vigor to the tram*,
And bloom to the pallid cheek!"
And are so pleasant in their bate, that patients be•
come fond of them.
I_IFELMBOLD'a GENUINE PREPARA-
A TION Extract Buchn--See overwhelming eviden
ces which will be produced to show that they do great
good to all who honor them with a trial. Evidence open
for the inspection of all.
IFITLMBOLD' GENUINE PIEPARA
lON, Extract Bucku.--Prlce $1 per Nettle, de
livered to any address. Depot, 52 South TENTH street,
Assembly Building; below (111ESTNUT skeet, Philadel
Address lettere, H. T. TIELMBOLD 52 South TENTH
street, below CHESTNUT, Philadelphia.
Sold by Druggists and Dealers everywhere. Beware
of Counterfeits. an?-Sm*
Olt PIIOTOORAPIIIO MINIATURES IN OIL,
N E. corner of EIGUT/i and LOCUST.
The above pictures differ en:alio/1y from anything
ever before offered to the publio. Their softens, and
truth of color and outline, extraordinary minuteness
and accuracy of detail, Insure, of necessity, the greatest
fidelity of resemblance; while the severity of the or
deal to which they are exposed in manipulation equally
settles the question of their permanence. These fasts
enable the subscriber to offer them, with the greatest
satisfaction and confidence, to the public and to Ms
They are secured by letters patent to, and can be had
ONLY of IL D. MARCUANT.
rortreite of the cabinet, and life else on canvas
as heretofore. es 118-But
PUBL IC L A MP S.--TIIE PUBLIC IS
respectfully informed that Offices have been opened
by the District Superintendents of Public Lighting, at
which eititOns aro requested to give information respect
ing accidents which may happen to the Public Lamps; or
of any failure in lighting or extinguishing them at the
proper lime; or if not properly cleaned and In good
lighting condition. The Books will be kept by Joseph
Batty, No. 808 Wharton at., First Ward; Cherie' Carty,
No 18 South Seventh street, Ninth Ward; Ukase G.
Kirk, No. 1138 liutchinson street, Twentieth Ward; Id.
W. Deshong No. MI Coates greet, Fifteenth Ward;
T h os. V, tow I hy, Gas Office, Twenty-Fourth Ward, (West
Philatleinhis) 11 , Fadden Gas Office, Twenty..
Second Ward, (Germantown;) Wm. N. Market, Gas
Office, Twenty-Third Ward (Frankford,) and at the
One Office is Seventh street, below Market.
By order of the Trustees of the Philadelphia Gee
Works. A. J. KITE,
eel-6m Superintendent of Dlstribution.
DIIIIADELPHIA TYPE FOUNDRY—
N. W. Cor. Tap]) stud 011.1WITIT Ste.
PELOUZE & MON, thankful for the liberal pa
tronage heretofore accorded to their Establishment,
and desirous to merit Its ociatinuance, would suspounce
to Printers and Publishers that their new SPECIMEN
WOK Is now ready, and from their eicreased (imitate',
are now prepared to furnish every thing necessary in a
complete Printing Establishment, at the shortest no-,
tic°. Their long practical experience is the Matinees,
and the fact of their personal superintendence of the
manufacturing department, Juetiftes, them in asserting
that they can furnish a more durable and better fin
ished mild& than their cotemporerlas.
Those, therefore, who desire Printing Material',
would do well to apply to them merlons to pernimi.fl
Old type taken at 9 cents poi pound, In esahauge for
new at apeenuan prtcee. aul•tf
°REAP SUMMER FUEL.—GAS COKE,
11l of excellent quality, la sold at the PHILADELPHIA
GAS WORKS for the reduced price of fire cents a bushel,
and may be obtained In large or small quantity by sp•
plying at tilt pas Oaks, No, 20 South SNYNNTiI
To Pitrehaseve by Wholesale, It if sohd at the Werke,
In First Ward, by the ton, at a price equivalent to Au.
thrmelte, a 152.60 per ton.
(Signed,) J. 0. 011E8130N, Snalneer.
PRILADZI.PUIA 448 VOIIICB, Aux. 28, 47. an2T-tI
C°A°ll) ENGINE AND HOTEL LAMP
tattoo! of D. W DESHERS, N 0.109 Oaten) South
EIGHTH, below Chestnut street, hes become • eating
of 60 per coot. to our SOUTHERN AND WESTERN
MERCHANTS, end Also the oonvenlence of having thole
old Canine Letups new elm-topped and boH01•01,
and Rent by enure.' to ell parte. —
rll E va. pi B, 1 0,000--Ip miff E iri I 1 A
li a rd • per Hour;
11 1 W
E Th. p,... OM mu eterluoied 4 the VIA , 1 00._ 11l A
D palualpila rroo. at ilw L.
!I 0 .9
A r Y • X L1111.11111 . 01 . • w ir ..., Ty p.m It
T-2""°• , t eolla i‘.' mak e.b.a coil. 110
L .., . a.. . Tge Th...... 4 Ovie re M.O. 118
010" , IM” , / 1 .90 .447-Fir-PAne Frey ef1.04 ...
9 OM Lsory,l l olllllTlll SIP. below Otected.
ITOWARD FIRE AND MARINE IN
BURANOE COMPANY--Oflice No 412 WALNUT
Street, Philadelphia The following statement of the
weirs of the company„ published to conformity with is
provision of ifs charter :
Plialllol,lB RECIIIVISD TROY 300U3T 1, 1836, TO /OMIT
, 217.793 02
Total amount premium' taken
rarned fire premlime ...... • • ,x 7 296
21erue4 inviae, Premiums 765,00 60- 7 18 4 ,07 a. 50
Deduct return premiums
Marine lontee paid, $93,955 75
Y ire losses paid.... spn n
calved... $760 67
2,971 62 —8,083 66-- 93,833 10
.Expenses fer eommisslous to
agents, Ibatotoonta in 11, of
scrip, salaries, Mike rent,
furnishing oiiice, books, Os,
tionery, &e .,
Profit and loss,
Cash on hand 812,515 89
Bills receivable 119,267 02
Ronde and mortgages 165,000 00
Stocks 0 4 , 100 00
Stock notes 11.42,600 00
Due by agents nod
others 22,812 93
P. M. Potts, Win. Y. Leech,
C. E. Spangler, R. T. Ransil,
Abraham Rex, It. U. Gosaston,
Win. It. Woods, Jon. R. Withers,
George Howell, Abraham P. Eyre.
J. Edgar Thomson; W. Ralguel,
C. O. Sower, Chsrlee P. Norton, •,-.
John W. Sexton, John It Lewsds,
Herman Haupt, James E. Stiles,
Nathan R. Potts, II 11. Shillingford.
PERCIVAL M. ROTTS, Pretodent.
O. E. Spxxouta_, Vice President
W, M. Woods, Secretary.
R. T. Mom, Troasunr
SPRING GARDEN FIRE INBURANGE COM
CAPITAL $120,000, PAID IN CAW,
AND a ECNIMELT INVESTED . , '
OPPION, N. W. CORNER OP SIXTH AND WOOD
BTB., SPRING GARDENS.
••• 011ANTER P.RUPETUAL.-=
LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID.' '
John H. Dohnert, ' Monti M. Phil; ~
David Weeipper, Lew 4 Shlnnack
Benjamin Davis, - John Landoll,
John Evans, Jr , Chartea Field,
Auley M. Park, William B. Woo ,
James DiAsell, John B. Stevenson,
Jacob 8 Mintrea, ' Curvin Stoddard,
Henry limner, _ , Thos. D. Tinibgbut,
George. IC.. Olakta.
JOUN H. DOEINERT, Preslieut.
L. lERIIMBILLAR, Secretary. Sept 21-1,
NEPTUNE INSURANCE COMXANT.'—'
/ omog 414 WALNUT NI., Franklin Building !. FIRE AND MARINE INSVEANGE.
CAPITAL 1100,000, WITH PHIVILION fo INC:WASS
TO 600,000. --
This Cowpony l now fully organ led, and prepared to
make all kind. of Insurance aganaat loan or damage by
lira and Marine Perils at currant rates.
H. 0. LAUGHLIN, President."
RICHARD SHIELDS, Vlos President
UEO. SOOT V, Sseretary.
R. O. Laughlin ;
T. B. Showell,
THE QUAKER CITY S URA NC
COMPANY, Office No. 40S (late 92) WALNUT SI.
Capital and Surplus, $2.50,000.
This Company continues to make Insurance agai nst loas or damage by Vire and the Perils of the Sea, lolawl
Navigation and Transportation, at current rates.
President—GEO. 11. LIAR'S
Vice President—Y. P. ROSS.
Secretary and Tramcar-11. R. IXISHISHALL,
Aesistant SecretaryLlC U.
George 11. Hart,
b. P. R9llB,
A. 0. Gotten,
John U. Delo,
Hon. Henry H. Fuller,
Foster 8. Perkins,
A. W. Bailey,
Charles G. Imlay,
Wm. IL Leta,
J. L. Pomeroy, - '
Andrew 3. Oluinaberd,
A: P. Oheeebrougl. 7'
ARILADELPHIA FIRE AND LIFE IR
, SuRANCE COMPANY, Incorporated by the State
of Pennsylvania, In 1848, are now established in their
NEW OFFICE, No. 439 HESTNUT Street, where they
are prepared to make ALL KINDS 07 INSURANIA,
from LOSS BY FIRE, on property of every dseeription,
In Town or Country, Including . PUBLIC BUILDINGS,
DWELLINGS STORES, WARBIIOIISES, FACTORIES.
and MANUFACTORIES, WORKSHOPS, VESSELS, do.
Also, MEILINIANDITII of all Mode; STOOKS OF
GOODS, Stocks of COUNTRY STORM; Ooods oa
STORAGE or in BOND, STOOKS and TOOLS of 'AR
TINICERS and MECHANICS; FURNITURE, 111 W,
BLBY, FIXTURES, tee., de., de., at moderate
rates of premi u m, and for any period of time. - -
This Compsu7 refer to their put career as an ample
for the PROMPT SETTIRtmeNT of all their
LOME& Vont are at thin time no Icesettkikt casings
against them. ROBERT P. KING, Pree't:
11. W. BLUME, Ville beet.
VILLEIN 81.101[3171111, Beey. , and-fan
LIFE INSURANCE AND TRUST COM
PANT.—The PENN MUTUAL LITZ INIRGIANGS
COMPANY, Southeast Owner of THIRD, sad. DOCK
Strode. Capita!, 5in2,725 , OS.
INSURES LIVES tor short terse, or far thelehalo
term of Ufa—grant, annuities and andinsniante—.par•
dams Ufe on intecestr Zeal gatate; and 'makes all
sontracts depending on the eontingetiplai or MN.
They set as Sieentors ! ' Administratort, Andiatts,
Trainees and Guardians. • • ,
MONIY RIONIVXD ON DNPOSIT 1a any amount—
Ply. Per Cent. Interest allowed from date of topcoat,
payable beak on demand without molls, •
ABBIITEI OP THN COMPANY, January Ist, INR. '
Lome of the State of Pennaylvania„Phaa; ,
delohla City, Pennla Itallroad, Camden ,
AmMortboym Bajhowd. other Loans 4/70,105'33
Donde, ea and Real Nand, -117,187
Btooka In Hanka, Insuranee, Cu and Rail- ,
road Companies 31,720 IM
Premium Note, and Loans on Collaterall 113,002 01
Cub la Bank, doe from Agents,
Guarantee Capital, Elabarription Notes 100,000 CO
DANIEL L. MILLEB,PreaWent.
83311JEL M. ROHM, Vloe Prisn.
.Tons W. 1103soz. &avian . .
ARCM FIRE INSIJRANCE C'llirA
NY, NSW YOWL—Office, No 22 Wall street, ad
joining the Mechanics' Bank—Cesh Capital, $ 250 1_ 000 ,
with a surplus. This Company insure Buildings, Mer
chandise, Furniture, Tassels In port and their Cargoes,
and other property, against Lou or Damageht 'Masud
the Bide of Inland Navigation.
Henry Grinnell, Joshua L. Pops,
Caleb Barstow, Ram IL Grasse,
henry 0. Brewer, Henry Davis,
Edmund Fanfold 0. 11. Lilienthal, '
Thlllllol3l K. Corning, Theo. Poihemus, Jr.
Ogden Haggerty, India B. Morgan,
Thoro.o tionagao, Alm, R. Van Nast,
30111211. Earle, William A. Cary,
Albert Ward, Thomas B. Nelson,
Charles Ruston, James W. Phillips,
Louie Loma, Charles A. Macy,.
Samuel G.Oltddea, Maud Ittucken,
Bteph. Cambreleng, Wm, R. Blterd,
Thomas Scott, Charism L. it,
John Ward Lothroy L. Sturges,
Henry IC Bogert, William B. Fosdick,'
Peter Edes, Emery Thayar,
Benjamin H. Yield, Geo. Westinidt,
A. R. Frothiugham. Salmon Taylor,
Thoa. P. Youngs, Henry R. Blossom.
Samuel L. Mitchell
ALBERT WARD, President.
RIIII.IID A. Oaztar, Secretary. an 10-1 y
.0.11 COMPANY.—Chartar Perpotnal. Granted by
the State of Pennsylvania. Capital, $400,000. Mrs,
Marine, and Inland Transportation. .
Aaron B. Lippincott, Oblates Wit* '
WM. A. Rhodee Allred Weeks,
Charles J. Yield ' , James P. Smyth,
Wm. B. Thomas, J. Rivaldo Sank,
Wm. Neal, John Y. Simons,
AARON S. LITPINOOTT, President.
WEI A. RHODES, Vice President.
ALFRED WEEKS, Secretary.
J. W. MARTISN, Surveyor.
This Company was organised with a Gash rapital, and
the Directors have determined to adapt the business to
its available resources—to observe prudence in conduct
ing its affairs, with a prompt adjustment of losses.
Office No. 1 D blerchantd , Exchange, Philadelphia.
THE MERCANTILE= MUTUAL INSU
RANCE COMPANY OP PDILARELPRIA.—tIice
No. 2t.4 WALNUT Street, opposite the Kuban,. MA
RINN RISKS on Teasels, Cargoes, and Freights. IN
LAND TRANSPORTATION RISKS, per Itsdlroada,
Canals, Boats, and other carriages.
ALL TIM PROFITS divided annually among the As
sured, and ample security to cases of loss.
Thomas T. Butcher,.
Algernon Z. Aehburnor
Alfred Was ltt,
James 11. Stroup,
A. Q. Caftan
Oberlee Z. Cantatas,
- Runnel Robinson,
Jobs 0. RAlffOr,
John P. Steiner,
Henry Gumbo, -
Wsn. J CUM?,
RBIS KILNS, President.
Edward Harris Miles,
John N. Odeuhetmer,
Samuel J. Sharplem,
Edward D. James,
William L. Springs,
lrantiln O. Jones,
Daniel haddock, Jr.,
Wm. Y. Smith,
A. J. Antslo,
you 0. Harass, Seem
I IRE AND MARINE
NY or ItARTFORD, CONK.
Lorre* PhHadelphia and
PRA Capital 000,000. ..
Johan) adjvieted at the TA
By leaTe ere refer to
D. B. Bream & Co., Phila. Hon. Joel Jenee, Phila.
()bathes Stout & Co., ~ lion. Rufus Cbosts, Boston
Backer, 'Lea Ai Co. '• 800. T.. a, Williams , Itart'd
We hare Wilde@ for p acing any amount of Insu
rance in the moot reliable Companion.
PHILADELPHIA GENERAL INSURANCE
AGENCY, No. 413 (old No. 145) CHESTNUT ST.
THEILLPBON & ROOD,
Opole anb Eition.
NO. 942, SOUTREAST CORNER OF
l 7 MARKET and YIPTH Streeta. -
Gentlemen's Beat Patent Leather flatter Boob:
Calf do. do,
It " Patent Leather Oxford Vet.
" Patent Leather atl Calf Darrow
Boys' and Youths' patent Leather and Calf Okla
Gaiter Boots and Shoes
ael•tf Per isle by
FALL STOCK OP BOOTS AND SHOES.
—JOSEPH ft. THOMPSON & CO, No. 314 NAB'
MKT Street, and Noe. 3 and S FRANKLIN PLACE `
bare neer in More si largo sod welLassorted 404 o f
ROOTS and SLIDES, of City end Eastern nuinufanture,
which they opr for sale on the beet terms for Cash, or
on the usual credit.
Boyars are Invited to nail and exandna their atiXk
BALE ROPE.—Boyers are invlted'to'ean
and examine our Manila 4ajo Soio, 'WA*. can
eon ma ea low ae American, and'enta It In
etrenggi arid daralglity.
aal No. 23 N. Wator et. and 2211.'WEarene.
A BRAM 13LACIE—Ettgat 4 t,' 11 0,, DIE
-ca. Sinking and 11mboated, ti4t t 11prelopo and
Seal Prose Uarnifeetory, 81 Strawbe Street, between
Netnid aad aad Orry
hattlelplus, • ' gult]it,
11PRLNG AND SUMMER ARRANGEMENTS.
NORTNERN CENTRAL RAILWA Y.
TWO DAILY TIMM- PROM BALTLEORE TO
PITTSBURGH AND ,THE WEST.
Os and idter June lit, 155 T, TWO DAILT TRAINS
will leave Calvert Station for Pittsburgh sad all West
em and StaitheteNorthweatera calm.
THE MORNING MAIL TRAIN
Leaves Baltlinore daffy tAnculay excepted) at 5.15 A.
M. coinotting with the Malt Asia worths Great Pews
sylegrolgt Railroad, sad arriving in Pittsburgh at lAD
• 11181 APTEENOON IMPRIMIS TRAIN
Leaves Baltimore daily (iianday excepted) at $ P.M.
THE NIGHT EXPRESS TRAIN
. Leaves Baltimore EVERY moat at 10 P. 1 1.7
aocUog with the Liertniog Xinrees iner the Peanut.
rani Railroad toi. Pittsburgh, arriving at 1.20 P.
Er AU these trains euneet . asset? at Pittsburg
with UM.* arer the rinpuirta, Part Waller mid
Chicago Rallrocid, and no Northien, Boilthent and
ID- Ramat:mere` for Chicago, gtoelt , Barney
ton, lowa' City Miimanketi, Dutracine: St. Paul's, Mab
son, and Otherleadies ritual. the Northeest,villaset
one goodred miles reseal and sea hears in Vim, with.
four Widths:mot nen, by Ukiah this roans.
pg.Paxson/ora Ine Illevedand, goodni cg , l o w a - - o w d
~,orby this note, and the time is isnaquiled,
bo w US mileasigneter than by any other mate.
117 Fumigate for lit, - Loeb, Indianapolis, Term
Dante, Calin,linh an points on' the lierinr and Taper
Illastuippi, make lam &sages of tars, god arms fa o d_
ranee oft any Mbar Mate; and to Cuminaatl, Oolat•tasa,
Da too, Loaterille, *Mother prantineast u quick
as by any ether route.
All Western Bugs' go CHECKED THROUGH sad
landtsit with care. ,
EQR WU, NORTH.
The 8 15 A.M. tenants thisaly with Ispeass Trains
over the Dauphin road , tor' Wllligamport Elmira,
koelmeter, Buffalo, Niagara PiUs, and Canada, nuts
tonoios the most direct ratiway trite to Northeastern
Pennsylvania and Western Hew Turk.' Passengers Intl
and this the shortest, ebesput, and mot expeditions
rout, to Niagara Palls and Canada.
Through Tickets ars issued to Philadelphia via Co.
lambi* aod Lancaster by all the trains at $3 each, each
tegin having .vore connections_ Passengers by this
route avoid trecaelled bridges. and all the untongrontenze
of ferrying across the Susquehanna river.
Passengers for Hanover, Mantheater, Gettynsarg,Ena
mittsiturg, Carnal., Chatabsgsborg, go by the trains at
8.15 A.M., gad SP.II.
- - WESTMINSTER BRANCH.
Eke Cars on this road niako onstrip per day, comsat.
tog with the Baia at h P. M.
Par THROUGH TICKETS acid farther istmomisa,
apply at the Ticket 0R.., Calvert Station, N. E. torba
ougalirort and Franklin streets. . n
illl ll l • . 0. O. ApEZON, Sap%
4456 747 '
Ce 3 40---144,283 21
IRBXAT OZNYB.AL 31017191, conneetinr the At
tante Cities with Weatorn, North-w.atara, salt South
western States, by a continuos' Railway dues. Tilt
Hoed also *meets at rittaierale with dilly line
atekansers to all rants on tip Worsens /I'M, and
0110111%/34 and gandeaky with Steamers to all ports ea
the Nerth.ireetera -Lass; the =et D=o7,
-011SLES82.ao4 Itiaautial vtdelk Yrettti
CM 14 forwarded to andfroes the ORIAT WSST.
EMU Brinell( PULADIELPHIA AND PITTS
BUBO!. - - -
If tan Casos-Boota, Bboss, Baas, and
Cape, Book', Thy Goods, (in bonus
Wes wad trunk), Drugs, (in born
and babes) Amore, Nati, IL. ..... 100 lb
ammo thass—Douseatio ihassalag, ..
Shirting anti Picking ; (Is original
10161610, Drag (in sub), Vardwiro,
loather, (in mils or bagel), Wool, -
. aid Sheep Pelts , Rutward, ite....000. par 100 b
'Tian • GAlss-L-Aurila, Gioia,. Chains,
auks), II Gases and Pork,
fialted,Aloose or inasalta), I.obsooo -
roansfsetstrid,(ezeopteigars or eat
' &e.; fte - " .600., pia 10011 k.
Beef, and Pork, (in saGra or bona'
eastward); Lard and Lard Ott, Bail, -
Pada Ash, Garman Clay, gwr,prkk,_ -
BOW, OM. 40t par 100 lb .
Yaous-ik. per Dbl. until further antics.
Brun-300. per 1 00 nail farther notes.
shijalpg Goods from any point But of Modal
s, bellifticalsr tom= package "nsa Penarytesais
Railroad." All Goods consigned to lb. Aosta of this
Road, at Philadelphia, or Pittsburgh, will be forwarded
W. 0. Eltotesbray , ,
R. IL Carina,
Glee— Scott. pita 9-7
Ir nom Attwes..—Hartis,Weirsaleyk Co., Ilemphby
Berm - R. P. &a k Co., St: Lowy No. ; J. B. Ilitelwa
& Boa, ahninseitle led.; Duloesall Bell k Maittork,
cad Oarpeater & Jewett, Loalsria, By.. R. C. Mel
dram, Madison, Ind. • U. W. Brown & tad Irwin
& Co., Cincinnati ; N ; . W. Graham & Co., 2areerilts,
Ohio; Leech & Co., No. 64 Kith) Etna', Boston; Leach
B Co. No. 2 Astor Noose, New Berk, No. 1 Wllliarast.
and N , o. 8 Battery Plate, New Bork • Z. J. Saseder,
Philadelphia; Nagraw , k Weans, Billinewei P. 'A.
MEV -YORK- LINES.-TEE CAMDEN
/ I AND AMBOY, RAILROAD AND TEITLJDDE.PECIA
AND 'HINTON, RAILROAD COMPANY'S
TROIA PDTIALDRLPDLA 40 'NSW YOB; AND WA
Leave se fiillanl, . Pairs
1 A. M. - frem Nerusingtoa Dapot, via Salsify .
eit7, V 3
t 6 A. IL, via Camden and Jamey City, New Jav
t 6 A. M., via Camden and Amboy, Aaeoroasois„
A T E A. Si., via Oamtlea sad Jemmy City, IMarmot l
At It/ A. li., by steamboat ?radon, via Tway
aza Java6l 0,11, Mandel(.... .
At 2 p.. 61., mill u smokes sad Amoy, 0. and
At 6 P. M
via odica stat l ierM 01y, liming
It SP. P _li Asia Oudot: mid Amboy, Amsmatvoka•
St via - Camden aad Amboy; Arara
tton, Sod also: .
at 8 P. 61., Tit Vs sod Amboy, ALOallagazto4.ll
- lid Mai
At BP. M. eta Damien suld Amboy, Atrosisorder
. Son, Sad Olus 1
The 6 P. M. Gas in.. &fig, all others Sundays e
Liaist Stop at thesi 'tattoos ar.
:For 13eIrldene, Bastait, Ate., st tA.
and 4P. M., Goss Walnu t Short
Bar Water Gap, Stroudsburg, Serautea, WElksebsos
moutross, Great Grad, do., at 0 A. SI., eta Delatrur
Lackawanna at Western ltaltroud.
For Freoboal, at 0 A, M. sad 3 Y. X.
For }loam Holly at T A. 35. 4. aail 2,N, 3 and I 1. IL
Yoe /*Wel, Treatou 4.e.
Imo . at iN eict 4 T. M.
to 7 k.e., at Pabayes, IlLsaestes, Biereelp,ltarttagfma, Bowes
s P. 14- •
Steamboat SIOHAID arocrraig Sat Seafflagtoa Yot
Ittiatoll at St( A. bt • sad tor Sonteateva sad interme
diate places at ,ti 7 te. "
Steamboat YMlts.,:t for Timmy at 10 said BA A.
N., aid 4 P. K.. aot. roc Sarlingtes and Itriekd st 42.
Al/ ltney except IAC K., leave Watt atm
arlifty wands of Dated oily allowed each pas.
aenger. Pareangers are prohibited heroany
thing ma baggage but their wearing apparel l' . 4 l
gage over ilfty - pounds to be - paid for extra. The C ,
pony limit their responsibility for baggage to ono dolor
par pound, and will not be liable for Toy aninnot be
yond two, autos by spoetal contract.
Mi. ll i GATZIIIR, Agent
O. & A. H.. 2. CO.
R. I. YOREHLL. Agent -
Van.. tr.RS. Co.
ITTLTANIA. CENTRAL .RAILROAD.—Danning to
diract connection with the
PITTSBURCII, FORT WAYNE AND CITICAIDO RAIL
for Olselanatl, Bt. Louis, lowa City,
Louisville, New Orleans, Bt. Yanis,
Indianapolis, Cleveland, Kansas,
Torre Haute, Chicago, Nobs:Lam
In advance of all other routes out of Philadelph4.
Forming dose connection arid all Ms Gnat MO,
Limas Philadelphia, forPittalmagb and nets piths
from the Peoasflaula Railroad P Ratko:
with-east roam of XLIMINTR sad attests,
(antrasea. on Easvantk ktrest,) u tolisani :
. _ at•T--,1.111.
Put Liao e - ! lY &SI
Rxpress MDR at 11 DO, Night.
Columbia B. R. Line leaves for Ranisburg at 2.30, P.
M.. Lancaster )Accommodation,) mt 4.30, P. H.
The Express Heil runs daily, the other trains, Rai•
For farther particulars aci butd-bals, at the different
etartinkpointe. Passengers from the West will And this
the shortest mat most expeditions route toPhiladelphia,
Lattimore, Mew York or Boattm.
THOILLS 3100R11, Asset,
Passenger Line Pennsylvania Railroad Co
Philadelphia, 'February, ROT. antly
NOR PENNSYLVANLA RAILROAD.
BETHLEHEM, ALLENTOWN, MAHORCHITNE, EAS
On and after Monday, October b, 185 T, the trains on
this road will lure Philadelphia
For Bethlehem, (Express,) at 8 A. M.
For Bethlehem, Easton, Allentown and liana Chunk,
(Express) at 2.15 P. M.
Passengers for Eutan by 215 P. M. train take Magee
at Iron W. 1.1 station.
For Doylestown, (deeomaxodatlon,) at b P.ll.
For Gwynedd, do. at 9 A. M.
TRAINS FOR PHILADELPHIA.
. . . . .
Leave Bathelean (Raprese,) at 9.15 A. 11., and 2.45 P.
11 , ColllloCtlllg VOA L. 17. R. R. trains, and arrive in
PhitadelphLt at 16.10 Id. and 6 P. 11.
Lease Doylestown, (Acootosoodstiond at 615 A. II
DAT. Gwynedd, do. at3P.II.
bacommodation trains run daily; other train, dally,
Fare to Doylestown
t , Bethlehem
Mu* to Manch Chunk
HI LADE LP HI A, GERMARTOWNN
AND NORRIS TOWN RAILROAD.—WINTER
ARRANGMENT.—On erat arum HON DAY, October
Leave Philadelphia at 6, ?3, BX, 9), 11) A. IL, 2,
3-10 min: 4,5, 6,7, 9, and 11 P. M.
Leave Germantown at BX, 7.35 mln. 8,9, 10% A.
1-19. 3.10 min. 4,5, 6, T, 8, and 10P. M.
My- The 7.35 o'clock A. M. Train from Germantown
will atop oaly at Wayne Street Station.
• Leave Philadelphia at 9.20 min. M., 2 and 8X P. M.
Leave Germantown 8.20 min. A. M., 1-10 min. and
5/5 min P. M.
CHESTNUT HILL RAILROAD.
Leave Philadelphia at TX, 8.4 j, IIX , A. H., 2,4, IL
and 9 P. H.
Leave Chestnut Mil at 74',8.-40 audlo4o ado. A. U.,
Iz-50, 340, 540 and 7-40 min. P. U.
ON SUNDAYS_ _ _ _
Leave PhiladelphiZitai - rii.72 and 8x P. IL
Leyte Cheat:nil Hill at BA. AL, 2 - 5 Q and 5-21 / P. /I
TOR ALANAYUNK, CONSHOHOCKEN AND NORRIS-
Leave Philadelphia at 6X, 9, 11 A. 11., 3,4 X, 6X,
and 11 P. IL.
- Leave Norristown at 3, 9,11 A. IL, and 5.40 P. M.
LOATO PhlLadelphia at 9 A M.,and 3 P. M.
• Leave Norristown at TA. M., nd sp.
CILEBTEM VALLAIC RAILROAD TOR DOWSING-
Leave Philadelphia at 6M A. M., lag 3p . pp .
Leave Downingtown at 73‘ A. and I P. N.
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