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SATURDAY, JULY 2, 1801.
- SPIRIT OF THE NEW YORK PRESS,
Leading Editorial from the Jicw York
Papers This Morn In?.
TIIK MIMTAHT VIF.W.
from I. Ttmrt.
To our view, tlio mllitnrjr situation never, on
the whole, looked ttmnn and so hopofui, in a
larse surrey, as at tlilg moment.
In the first place, our two great armies ncrcr
were planted in position at all comparable, ax
regards their ailvaiitagoousnoss, to tlioo kcu-
pled by them nt this moment. Grant is on the
south bank of the James, or npon the Appomat
tox, wnilc l.ce s army lies north of him, virtually
confined to Richmond, or hemmed In by the line
of the James.
Sherman's urmr la near the hniirt of Oonrirlii,
almost within nibt of Atlanta. Even If Grant
dea nothing for some time, but atav where he
ifi, and operate upon Lee's eoiiiniuni' alions with
the splendid body of cavalry he now bas with
bim, he must bear with great, far-ruaching, and
finally fatal oltect npon the enemy. It Is true
that some of Grant's combination! hare lately
midoarrtcd as regnrda their real purpose.
Hunter's orders undoubtedly were to seize
fortify, and hold I.yncbhurg; and the value
of success in his essay would have been very
peat. Had everything gone well, he would
have wielded not only his own force, hut would
have) been aided by Sheridan, by Crook and
Averlll, and by Wilson. Had he succeeded i:i
fteir.ing I.yncbborg with the force he had in
band, be could have quickly fortified and held
it against any lorce Ie might aend againrt him,
Just as Beauregard held Petersburg stoutly for a
time against the attacks in force of the Array
of the Potomac, but though Hunter's army,
and the bodies sont out to co-operate with him,
did not accomplish their proper work, they yet
did much service in their operations on the Uebcl
communication, and much latmr that will bo of
Talue aa a preliminary to future efforts.
If Lee bas determined to hold bis army where
it now in, and to tight outthe war In the narrow
strip of land lying between the James river and
the Appomattox, he will atfordus the best oppor
tunity we have ever yet had to operate ag.tinst
him easily, economically, and effectively. We
bave an admirable base at City Point, with a short
and excellent line of communication with the
front. We are on good ground for the display
of strategy aa wbl I as for hard fighting. Wears
In little or no danger of an offensive movement
on the part of the enemy. Militarily viewed, we
may be said to be in the rear ef Richmond ; and
we operate against it, for the first time, on the
line which all Bagacious military men have
always asserted to be by all odds the best of the
lines of approach.
Look, again, at the other of onr two groat
armies that under Sherman. We have just
luarncd that this olllcer was repulsed in an assault
he made on the Rebel fortifications last Monday.
Hut look whert that battle was fought. It wan
an attack upon the works at Kcncsaw Monntain,
only some twenty miles from Atlanta, our ob
jective point. The Rebels have been steadily
pnnlied back, until they bave now reached this,
their last great otronghold defending the main
railroad enure of Georgia.
' Here Is concentrated their Southwestern army;
and it needs but that they should get another
aucb drubbing here as Grant gave them at Chat
tanooga last November, to secure tholr retreat
across the State of Georgia to the South CaroMna
line If there were then any organized army left
them. Indeed, a retreat to the Savannah river
has lately apneurcd to them so imminent, that
the Mayor of Augusta bos issued a proclamation
in view of It.
We think a contemplation of these facts will
Show bow closely we have pressed the two Rebel
armies to the line of the last d itch. As to Grant's
army, it is certainly in a position from which the
Rebels cannot drive it ; and there seems no hope
of tbeir being able, In any event, to force a retro
grade movement upon Sherman. It becomes the
people now, while foeling very strong and man
fully conildent, not to give way to impatience
not to be too eager for quick and great battles.
We press mortally on the flickering vitality of
the great Rebellion, and every week assuredly
brings us nearer to the end which Heaven has
From the Tribuiu.
It is not long since wo heard that considera
ble portion of Lee's army bad been detached to
guard tha Danville Railroad. We now bear that
Gen. Wilson's cavalry bas destroyed forty miles
of the track northeast and southwest of Rurkes
Tllle, the station at which the Petersburg and
. Lynchburg, and Richmond and Danville rail
roads Intersect. We infer, therefore, th it if Lee
ever distributed bis forces for the protection o '
these Important lines, be has rocontly found
other occupation for them. Gen. Wilson mot bo
opposition jvhatevcr along the line of his opora-
A good deal has been said of the facilitr with
which the Rebels reconstruct thoir damaged rail
ways, and we have lately been entertained with
an account of a Construction Corps, numbering
several Kngllsh engineers among its members,
which is represented as competent to relay tracks
bout as fast as they are destroyed. It is alllrmod,
also, that duplicates of all important bridgos lie
ready to be thrown across the streams. We
wholly discredit the story. The resources of the
Rebel. Conletlerucy are sntllciently magiiitlod
without resorting to such fairy tales as tlice.
In reference to the probability of their possess-
. Ing vast stores of rails and other material, it is
ulllcii nt 10 say that General Wilson found the.
' Danville road laid with the old-f.ihinned strap
rail on longitudin.il sleepers and this 011 the
most important line of communication then
remaining to the Confederacy. Nor is there any
evideuce that the Reliels bave fcucccedcd in re-
Tt'ni'mf. thn Inner nvti'iit nf' Dim Vir.'inii, .tnti!
. Kail road destroyed by our army while lying
r south of the North Anna, and suoseiiucntly by
bheridnn on his Gordonsviile raid.
We attach, then-lore, greut importance to the
neeesa of General Wilson, lie bas destroyed ill
all seventy miles of railroad, winch we do not
believe can be rep'aced, except with great delay
and difficulty; and which, if replaced, will again
lie at the mercy of General Grant's c ivalry, and
again be torn to pieces should it then be worth
-while. It is idle to talk of guarding these roads
agaii't't a heavy fore of c.tv.ilry. L.'u cannot
spare men enough to do it ellcc'tu illy j for the
cavalry takes so wide a sweep, descen Is so sud
denly, ind does its dotructive work S3 rabidly,
that it is impo-sibleeithtr to cover a 1 thti ground
'defensively beforehand or to c mcemraic infantry
in sctikoii to interrupt the mi.-cliu f.
. It is pro uilile thai this expedition has broken
t off the woik of provi-iouing Richmond for a
) siege. The two lima cut Heie the la it remaining
I CtJiunililiktlli ns of the R- b.l capital. Tno Klcll-
rmmd and Jianvi ie Jtail.oad was the sole link
between Richmond and Atl 111U, assuming, what
we ate entitled to li.licvc 0.1 Ruil authority,
that the Weldon Itailruul Iims been lor gtsum 1) tys
in ti e umli tiirbeil t.osesiou of Geiieml Uruut.
It was vital y importair, 'horefore, not onlv as an
avenue of supply, but ns I he means of npid ex
Change of troops bctweeu Lie and Johastou.
As matters now Maud, Lee must light his batt.es
Wi'h what fi tees he bss.
The other mad bleb General VI!on Ins cut
in two, the l'uur.-burg uml l.j nchbiir. limned
the only cominiinicaiion, avc (he J .tines liiver
Canal, lie: wee u Richmond and L nchbiir.wtiicb
Vluiier place bus becu and do.iinles.s still is an
important depot ut supplies of all kinds. And it
strikes us as probablo that Wilson has done a
very important service somewhat Incidentally.
, The two divisions, comprising nine brigades,
which Ijtt tent to repel Hunter, were still at
last accounts in the neighborhood of Lynchburg,
and are, there lore, cut oil from immediately rein
forcing Lee in case of urgent ncces-ity.
Our special dei-patch will be found full of in
teresting details of Wilson's expedition, gathered
from the staff officer who cut bis way through
the Rebel lines to inform General Meade that
the cavalry was slopped at Reims St itiou, on the
Weldon road, by an infantry force. Wilson had
he . one bard tight at Sionv creek, on the same
'.ad, the result of which was indecisive, but as
his work was done and bis business then was to
get borne, be had eluded the enemy by a H ink
movement, only to bring up against the position
,at Reims Station. It is stated that theotU Corps
mut two divisions of the 2d were instantly sent
.'"ward by General Meade to relieve Wilson, and
ik language ued implies that the Rebel force at
;ielms was In direct communication with the
Tight of Lee's army.
The length of General Grant's line, from the
pi int held on the Appomattox to any point on
th. Weldon road, 19 scarcely less than twelve
jnilcs, uud is almost too long to be securely held
1 unless there bas been a change o( position,
, 11 herto unannounced.
f Presuming tbat the public la well through its
moment of despondency, we bave nothing to
remark concerning the campaign in general, ex-
Tt pt mat sue uays ui partial rest wuicu uonnnu
tarn oas giveu to nis army am a Dettcrassur
ice of progress than if he bod kept hammering
t the defenses of Petersburg.
1 tie army bad gone through sunn fatigue as
en Napoleon, the most pitiless of generals.
Idom required of bis soldiers. It was entitled
to some repose, and It is a cruel lmpa!lb",r?willrh
would deny it to men who have fou,1; "'
marched, and snffered as bave the heroes o. 0'ir
army for two months pant. Hut the lull in ,,Q0
ranpaign Is only preparation and portent of th."
WanM. an !!..
Install any experienced cook in a ftrst-class 1
kitchen, surround him with all the appliances of
his art, place at bis di.-pmial a larder stocked with
the choicest dainties of the season, give him
plenty of understrappers, and tell him to do his
best, and he will be sure to produce for your de
lectation a sumptuous repast. But the cook woo
is not only an artist, but a man of genius, can do
more than this he can resolvo the drbrit of the
market Into delicious faro. It was in this necro
mancy of the cuisine that Soyer excelled.
lie could tickle the palates of the poor at a cheap
rnte.aa well n excite tlio A,;.,, appetites of princely
voluptiiarUs with costly ban.pieta. llcfore his
time it was thought that epicurean enjoyment
and economy were incompatible. He showed
the world how to combine thum. When a ter
rible mortality the result of had cookery pre.
vailed in the allied array before Sebasto,iol he
took possession of themiiltnry kitchens, and-ron-vertod
the course ralmrjs ot the troops into whole-
' i iinuoi Mjoii. 1 ne doctors had pr i-
nounced the ramp epidemic- beyond their skill,
but the great cook arrested it, and restored the
strength and stamina of the emaciated hosts.
Vattul, Iteauvllller, Caretne, and Udc were wou
derltil artists, but they exorcised their talents
solely for the benefit of thn
1 hey had no recclt8 for the middlo and tailoring
classes. Soyer, on the other hand, was a man of
democratic instincts, who believed in the right of
moor nj live wen.
Wanted, therefore, an American Sover. In
teach the American million how to turn cheun
edibles into gind diiu.er. The time has gone
by when families in moderate circumstances
could ntlord to buy the choicest eu's in the mar
ket. The goblon age of the Republic cannot be
renewed in our day and generation, if ever. The
present war will saddle us and onr posterity with
a national debt nearly eiiual to that of England,
and a pension list of formidable dimensions;
and rigid economy will be a matter of necessity,
as it Is there, with that portion of the community
nin which the dead weight of taxation, after
sundry shiikuigsandshlftings, always ultimately
But although small tradesmen and iourncv.
men mechanics can no longer breakfast on porter-house
steaks, aud dine on sirloins and fatted
capons, they might, with the aid of scientific
cookery, convert the Coarsor provisions to which
their altered circumstances restrict them into
better dishes than they ever ate In the palmiest
days of their prosperity. The man who would
teucb them or rather their wives and daugh
ters bow to accomplish this object would be a
great public Iwnoiactor. Hover's Crimean re
ceipts fur soups, stews, and hashes would bo
worth ten times the price of any book extant to
hundreds of thousands of American families.
They bave never been published, we believe; but
there are many scientific men in the United States
who, if they chose to tnrn their attention to the
economics of cooking, could give us receipts
0iittl!y valuable Who will essay the task ? It
would be a labor of love, and, while prolitablo to
the people, would bring a rich pecuniary return
to the laborer.
It would amaze the uninitiated to see what can
be done by a thorough artist of the Soyer school
with the unconsidered fragments that most of us
look npon as the refuse of tha butcher's at illa.
The piece of neck beef which the butcher tossos
contemptuously into the pcxir man's basket, ami
which, cooked in the ordinary way, might doty
the filed teeth of a Thug to penetrate it, could be
transformed by the magic of art Into a dish upon
which even an epieure would not disdain to dine.
Take the other terminus of the animal its caudal
appendage. Most people aupiosc that its ase
cea.-us with the life of the ox that it was in-
tended solclyho whisk away the flies,
jiu t tnoso who nave tasted ox-tail mud. nronerl v
made, know that it is richer and more nourish
ing than mock turtle, and ouita as delicious. It
is a cuiious fact that, although everythiug that
was once eonsmereu "waste matter br tha
manufacturer is now turned to good accouut in
one branch or other of the mechanic arts, most of
ns regard with disgust the coarser ditjretn mem
brnnaot the shambb's, under a false impression
that they are only tit for dogs. The same nour-
iMiii R juices mat pervade tno lotus or an ox cir
culate through its neck and legs. The fibre is
tougher, and there is less fatty niaiter, that is all ;
and these are defects which scientific cookery
can in a great degree remedy.
1 he almost universal method of treatiuz toush
meat is the worst thai could be devised. It is
pcuuded and then overfried or overbroiled. Br
these means the nutrimental principle is first
uravcu out 01 ine vexaeis mat contained it, so as
to be easily evolved by heat, and then driven by
the action of a fierce tire up the cldmnor. What
remains is a dyspeptic mass, little bettor than
It is atranue that we should hava brought tha
principles of animal chemistry to bear upon the
manuring of land and the fattening of stock, anl
yet bave neglected toapplv theui in our kitchens.
American cookery, as a general thing, contra
venes an me conditions laid down By Llubig as
determining the comparative nourishing qualities
of meats and vegetables. It is a positive insult
to philosophy, as well as an outrage unon tiste
and digestion. We waul to see all this remedied,
and dietetics elevated to the level of a science
Our shirts and our coats are cut by mathemati
cal rules, and therefore tit as ; but we havo no
rales (save false ones) in culiuary matters, and
therefore our inner man Is uniformly and most
wanted, therefore, as we said before, an Ataori.
can Soycr ; or rather, as good a cuisiuicr as he
was, with more scientific knowledge. Will not
seme oi.e of our leading chemists step out of
i ne uiuirarory into me uticnon. ana taktmr a
dexterous practical cook as bis aid, endeavor
to found a culinary system which shall com
bine sound pbilosoi.liv with tasteful art Such
a one would deserve well of bis country, and
we should be proud to start a subriptiou to
erect a statue in bis honor, beside the bust of
Schiller, in Central Park. The printed results
of his investigations, illus rated hv reoeiuts.
would form tlio most popular book of tha ago.
it wouiu ua wen. now, ver. that such a work
should contain directions for rationally dis:.osinit
of the gooi things of III.:. We re iiiro not only
to lie taught hour to coo , but kou la e-it, anil it
might bo well to preface this bran' h of the sub
ject with the remarks w bleb lla iimrtoii puts into
be mouth or Aberiirthy I " I he Cloekin ikur.
They are rather eoar-e, lie in pertinent that we
shall muki- no upnlogy lor . luting t'lein, Mr.
Alieini thy is supposed u be a Idlest. ug a dys
peptic A merit nit who had applied to him for
"1 II be I aiicrd. said be. "If I ever saw a
Yunkie ihnt dnii't boll his ('nod whole, like a
lion ccn'il"t..r. How the di vil ran you exp-ct
tneligisl food that yi u n. itber uke the tro tide
to dl .-cci nor ttu time to in sticat .1 ? l' s no
wuiii.cr you l ife your neh, for you never use
em ; nor our digestion, lor you overlaid !:
nor your sativu, tor vmi rxp nd it on your
c rpvts, itistc d i.f on your lood. It's disgmt-
Hi); : u s 1 1 t y.
iuoi uukees load your stomachs as a Djvo 1-
shiieiiiaii diss-his car', as f ill as it cau h il I,
and as fast as he enu pitch it in with a dung
fi rk, anil drive oil; and then vol eflmpl nth.t
such a I a I of c .m;ot is too he ivy for y 01.
Dy-pi psy eh 1 ifcrual ga.z' n,', yon uniu.
' I nil yu w Iihi, take hiiil the time to eat that
on do to drHWl out your words, cue yo ir to 1 1
.11 a- much ns you do your lilihy tohi co. and
ji it'll H' well in a 11.01 th."
11 any savan on tins s:de ot the AMantii;
v ihes to In lici t his country, and m ike a tor
tune at ll.e sume time, let him take our hint.
ci 1. bratid l.oiuii' pulhist bas asseited that (he
tomsch i the s. ut of tli tula "Ion an I Ir' so.
wlint a popular idol wwuld thit nun Ua wh
should ellet t a wholesome revo'ution In Anion-
11 cookery and A.ncrleati mastica.ion ! Hund
When a man is hideously ugly, the only
safety is in glorying in it. Let him boldly claim
it as a distinction.
Mrs. Macaulay having published her "Loose
Thoughts," Mr. Sheridan was asked w hether be
did not think it a strange title for a lady to
choose, "liy no means," replied he, "the sooner
a woman gets rid of such thoughts the butter."
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aner Wedtiefday, Jai.a W.
Heaaon Tlckotl to Ju'y II, laelllslva, m cents.
Admission '16 cents. Catalosuea '.'o rants.
To "ANIrKI.VN 4 AltlADNK, ft cents antra.
Admittance only at the centre dcor on Vine slraet.
L'UEW'd NEW ARCIi ST.
iiKsnrrr op miss i.ita.
CKCll.K III nil has kind 1 vohmtrrri d.
lO.Miill'r (.'H'ltlA ) July J,
The I'e.'foilaunce will coineie. ee nitli
IttiTea .'Kf'IL! Itttail
faio ... Itanoa Ulll
To be follow, l bt Hie Come .Itelt.i i.f
I.OOI) Foil MlllliN I.
Nan Iwllh sons) Mist f.OTTA
T. m Stuart ll ibion
'It. i OK. h ile w.lh II e Toes . Hons" and fiance, a id Huut
llil. tliel o u. hy M aa l.'JI'l' t.
I.IA'ENTII STREET OPERA HOUSE.
"THK S'sMil.v KKS.IHT."
CAItNCI OSS A IHXKV S MINHI KKM4.
Tta Sir. at s ir l rouo ot tne Wmtd, q iheer
KKi.htrr Kiiuoi-iAS Honu-.tid,
i':sniritl'i, si-nes, Ao.,4HL,
BT TWENTY TA1.KMK1) AlHIUla,
KVKUV KVKNINil litis Wl.KK,
Tiekata, Uit Oelili. DiMir.ulien ft 7n'elock.
ap-17 if 1. L. CAHSC-'IIOSS. Bo.iueq Manatrar.
ROVER'H CHKSNUT STREET THEA
J TKK. LEONAJil) UKOVKB Mauagor
(Alto of Oroar's T beatrs, Washington.)
COOL ASD COMFOlt TA1ILE AT ALL TIMKS.
TIIK CEVTItin'OAf. PAX
IN OPKIIATION M I O II r f. Y .
CONTINUED AKI) ENT1IIT81A8TIC SL'CCESS
(JOItGKOCRLT IlItll.l.l.AST PltOnUCTIOX,
TIIK KW HKV'ICN HISI'KKSl.
TUB SKW BKVKW BltSIKItS.
TIIK KKW bh.VKN HIHI KKS.
THK SHW HHVKS 81STtlti.
IMPORTANT KXTIU NOTICE.
lMl'OKTA.NT EXTItA KUl'lCt.
CBANO llOt'llf.K PKBrORMANCE
tiKAM) IXH.I.I.E PEltKOItMANCK
THIS (SAIl'UUAV) AKTKKNODN AN l BVEMINU,
When the entire spectacle will I presented
Wheu tbu entire spectacle will be presented
When the entire speelaelo will be preseuted
W I I'll A LI. THE Nf.W HCKNKH, Ac. e .
Which were rouelvesl on their former representstiua with
unbounded duuoustratlons ul duiigbt-
Mil. J. E. M.ilONOrtOfI
Mil. J. E. M. HONODUII
tin. J. E. IlcHONOUUU
in his mirthful latpersonailon of
MOTIIKK I'l I'TO.
PHICEH OP ADMISSION.
Dress Circle or 1 arou.lte .....Ill ten's.
Pamlly irela .....J. oenti,
Oreaeatra Dmu.. 7) oenn.
Bti of taa Front Tsenchea only are reserved as On hsstra
0 nut aiuu-gs) luf fcsseaiiag aeats.
OIUKD PATHHITH- rEBKOKMAMCB
And aAMttivsly last oihi of lb aaatoa.
h.l.lr and noarrt i.f I Mn'tton hr.iof..r, ptI TJ. "
who wtah taauhserlnawlll oil at lh orfe. 01 V V vtlT.
t" '" "tj ""' -XT E.ilAN?.,tJ
U alt es'tiSest't . botwaen th hours of to A. M. and .1 I'
M . onk,r ,'f!",;h ?T Ol'lnlr. ISH4. whara full Inf.ir
. 01 togtvan. in. ,uhiTk i.niiK.
II N PsJO niHKMI-
We refnnd tbs monay, If desired, for (vn7 ot 8brtJ
which fall In say rospeot.
CUT LEts-OTUWISE 0a MUSI.lV.
Made of Kew Vara Mills Maslfn, and vsry to 1.1am
Bosoms. Only M 00.
WWlaniivllU Mills Vuilln, and fins Linen nosont,
GENTLEMEN'S FURNIsniNO GOODS.
HMITH stc JACOIIH,
PX-tm No. 1940 CIIK.SVt'T Slroet.
QLOAK81 CLOAK8I1 CLO AK8III
CLOARKf CLOAKS! I
CLOAKS I CLOAKS 1 1
CLOAKS I CLOAKS II
TIT FJOHTH 8TBF.ET CLOAK EsMPORTTTM,
Tfll EK11ITH BTBF.F.T CLOAK P.MPORH'at
THK EUIBTU HTREET CLOAK EMPOItlUM,
IBJE UUIITU STREET CLOAK BMPOIIIUM,
Ho ua sr. F.mirrH ntnH.
Vo. WIS. EltlllTK Htreat.
No. 1 N. ElOHTU Street
CALL AMT) I'UKCIIABE,
CALL AND PURCHASE,
CALL AJID ITItCIIAse,
EfonTII TRKET CLOAK EMPOWOM,
r-tr So. t It. EiarrTif street.
pLOAKS, COATS, AND MANTILLAS.
V I.a.tlaa wkklnil lo ttrf well and eeonomtasllv. will
find It IS ttielr astvnnlaire lo vtist iha Mainmoib Cloak and
Nanlltla Emlxjrtiini of Mrs. HKS RY, Nog. .is art 40 V
NINTH Htri, below Areh. naere are lo be k.vl all tiia
latest Part suit I ondon style at prices tl.at will siuure
Uirtr Immediate llfepisal.
N. B. A t'andsome assortment nt T.sdlss' and aenila.
nien'a Wrwpoers, 8bawH. and l.ajae Mantillas.
apll-tlm Xos. iW aiiu-4 N. NINTH Street.
li?4 4'IIKMNCT STKP.ET.
The attenslon of f.MHES V-BITIHO TUB
CITY, or those about I, K AH Nil t for" Waler
Ins I'laoes, ot "tha t otntfry," Is respes linllr
Invlied li tha axtenslvu t.x-k of W ill I' K
(iOllliH sultaklo for ft'MMEB WEVH.for
WHITE ItOblhS, ilwUNI.Mi B VPt'EltH,
An enlemlre assortment la ofTered In Lara
Slid Worked Kilning, and ItKerthiKS, Vails,
Ilsn.lkerrblels, Collars, Kleavet.and In I tsln
and fancy I'lAld, Miripml, and Klxnr.il While
tlooda AT PKICKM MUCH IIKLOW TUklB
MtF.SENT HRTA1L VAI.I'E.
lis) rrlaleil Linen caintirlc Dresses.
US) pioots fulled. Tucked, aud Striped Mus
lins. Ji. M. NEEDLXH
HOOP 8KIKTS. rOO
a&ruve Mlth trostrt.
. . 1'IUIadelpl.la.
TvTioIm.) unrl Rut nil.
Th-tnwf mmppets nsiiHrfmttit of Ladfct , MlitPt', ami
ChtMrtn'i Hoop Mkirti In tbm ej 'n ersry re poet nrnl
ctHt, which tt style, tlnltli, durability, and cii.-iiauda,
h.tri" no ?4(niil in the mrkH.
hktrit bia4 to ordr, aitrJ, and ronalroj.
tM-ly. VVM.T. IIOrKtSfl.
MADAME DEMOKKST'8 MlHRoiTOK
raitiluu tor Biuauor. now ready, wbolosaia au4
riJHAKD OFFVIVD OF fll'MMKK PATTERNS
ttllri. M. A. ItlNUKIi'd Teiuplo of raahluu, XSo. V4
KU,ant TrLramed P Attorn . of all thn latett and moirt rv,
UaMti g lit m i'ftrt ratlilsiiin, l.atlua' and i'hil'tron i
IrMi. Our arraaitomtjiin for rrtvtng Ui InUnt Parnlan
dfauini are ptrfuct, affrdlnn alwaja a ohokw (tom tii
and moil levant style.
lres and CMtak. MaktiiR tn all lt bTanchai, and ipor
fret tit warranted. Cuttinti and H Anting at tit short
Doilcft. French Flntlnv and UritiiTtsring.
ftiampiiisT for Enibr llfry and Hraidltiff; Plnhlntfln avery
TArir; M alame t(mirit 1'iixn Medal Siirti; rrenoh
Cois. ts, Hktrt fcUsTaWai, I'Atli.Hiirtltli, Uuufca aud Kyus.
and c harts.
Iniiw-rttiifr nd manufacfarlntc larwsly,! can aa l wllMfnsr
suotMiur Lt. duct mv tits to evury uusUinir. jt)7-tutlula
1;LA0S, FIaAGR, AND UNION LANTKRaNS,
t. m MARKBt Streot,
TOV8 ANtt I" ANCT IJOODS.
Jnst rer?lTi'd I ruin Kurope, of oiy own wtootloo, a larga
MKKKriCriAl'M PrPF.H, HOWLS. C It JAR TlTnR8,
(JHKHUr HIKMrt.Ao. W-tntiu-lu)
Also, a lartra variety of Toys aud fauoy trU1.
INVALIDS AND CONVALKsSCENTS. IX
v a lids and 'onvakMMiits.
Jnraiils and (onra!fecnfs,
ioraiida and Voiw altto nt,
Ks per , lly
Fomalas In lll. ntf Health,
Yemak'slo D'-licate llenlih,
ieiua;49t In ltdicni lliaitli.
rallfttrala Wlnra, rllf.irnla WInw.
I'aliii.rnia Wiucs, rahfortila Win,
( AhiVrnia Wlrim, CaliiftNiia WIusji,
prii!lail.v TflltmLile In all east's of lattfjuur and gruat uros
traiiun if straimth.
Ak A-k Ak Aik Auk
Aik A-lc A,k Aok Ask
Ark AK A-.k Ak AWk
lrs. litcClfltAttd, fifhhaH, isnmucl Jackson,
(ofUio Pennshanta Vnlvuraity).
Ilftrintr. ltTsn, (in-v.-g, llartflhoroa
Kclittiiile, Willirtms, llitrilay, 'eidlurd.
WUsoo, llndal, Vltial. font ley,
Knorr, May land,
and other leadlnn physician, whnt thuv think of the medL
cinal vtriura of California Wine-. I Tln'-nt- Kt niletuua irt
crihe our brands, tml assure us of the bono ills patleuta
ruc-tite iruui Uiuir ul
t'AUFORSIA WINK AUEVOY,
J21-lin Ko. 4i 8. i ll i il s tro t-t, above Cbesnut.
TUROKS A FROST, M. 9 MKCHANIO
' sHiri t, NHwark. N. J,, want flrt cUm Auiiita In a'I
parts of the United Stale tu sell tb.'ir rarent Utvantr.
Addretisan alMivu, with two aud tnroe oaiit stamps, for
circular and term.
Aleuts clear flu per day. J H 1-tlistu 1 nt
7N THE ORPHANS'
X ilty aad Cnur.ty of PhllH-lc
utateor KLI2AIIKI II WHITE, deeeaiul
The Aueltor ai)H,luted to anlfM. i6'tle,and adjust the
first and final ace-ount of I'ATuick i.KVY, l:sieitir of
Hie liut tslli and testament of I I.I. stlK I'll U lll I K, e.
oi ased, and report dlsrrlhuti.n of the btlsuce reutalnliHi In
Ms hauds, wl.l meet tha esrlie 4 Interenled tu - the nur.ioMtt, of
his aiiioliiimeut, onTl FiSHAV, July IV. All si.l,i II
a rlork A.'M.. at his otllee. IS K. collier of Till III) and
C'HKSNI T Htncta, rhlladelilila
jvJU-lhatlithait O. W. DAVIS, Auditor.
J i at
T AT K OF S01'UI . IIKUKIirOX,
The Attdiler aiinolHed by 11 Orphans' (.'onrt oftheritr
and ttoantv of Pliliadeltiti.a lo su.l'l. stitle, and adist the
lira! and flnal aeeonnl of B'HKII I' I) Will I K, Hoard an
of ll.e t stale 01 HOPIUA II. IIK.l I k UN. a mini, and to
r.pvrt dlslrlliullvn, win meel the nrlles interested fur the
purposes of til. ai).aliilmei I. on MUNUAl . .Inly 11, IHI4,
at IHS oeloci A. M .at I Is nlhes. No. 717 tVAI.Nl I
Street, In Ilia City ol Tlilladelphla
I STATE OF BKK.NAltl) McNUTT, E
The AadlUr aonolnted hv Hi. Oruhan.' flonrt Sir tha
City and County of fhllaileleli a to audit, smile, aud
adjust the aeeond aeeount 01 ,IA.MK1 I'. nU V I'U, admin
istrator e,f the rttmeol HIKNAIlll M' N 1 1 1, deceased,
ami to res,rt dlstrltnitlon, wl.l meet the jurtles Interestesf
lor the purposes of hi. appointment, ou T'tihSIt IV, July
ft.lss.s, at II o'elock A. M., at hi. Utile., No. 717 WALNUT
street, In Uieclty of rhlladelnlila.
jeiu t'Lii tuts,
HKAI)qUARTKR8 PROVO.iT MARSHAL,
nisinci, 1 a.
Piiii.Ain i.i'HiA. J tine -JH. lHrti.
The namrt of peniont niiio. 1111 ti or t'nin tfilt Dis
trict will t added to or alrk ls,i-ti fititu thn lists of vurol-
nifiit. pl s of the litti nr ntn ior pu'tl'c Iiihuhjii)ii,
and civil uitlcurs and all rltitiit arj iuvI d to a,,M9itr and
point out error In Ihe llstt and hI" xirIi liit-fiuistlon as
umy aid tn tho eirruction and nvi-i-ii thitrooi' Any
If rrson enrolled may appear ht-jore ih - Hoanl and cUhu
to have his name stt lLkwn off the itata n' huuau sauw aatlw
fpeiorilr that he Is not Dnptrlv wordied. on aotonni of
A compliance wita uie foreuoins uncirontlonN infurneHtly
IfalklM-d. W.M. K. I.KHVI.VS,
Jevt-tf Ciptaln and I'tjobI Mat sliai.
J M' ANTED FOR T
Marine Carps (a vahed
land), tim e Hundred abli
is dutire of a soldier at
WANTED FOR TIIK UNITED STATU
and e 1 filing life by sea and
aulu-itodlfd mtn, to prforin tha
our lSiuvv apd. aud aboard
I nHfd Htates s)lps-ff-war oti foru.ga statJns.
better cnuHK.iiattin than the army. A ehlp-of-war la
a con Hurl aide home. The M twine Corpt is toe vest
Shipped Corps Id (he service. frUe JMuue fc atWuiir
IIIK LOCAL FOUNT I KH PAID TO KECKIjreJV.
Kor ail oiher luniroiatUui apply daily at the Kt'crnHln(
Kci1 kvi.nit, No. Mil H.fKUM Hlreet, bvlow Buruee, b-
tueen Hie a ours ol nine and Uiree o'cluck.
Captain and liwrmUnK Othos-r,
Ofllcers and soldiers Tlsltla, th elty on rarloughs, naadin.
H W O IV T H ,
ask htvitbd to thi sxTsxsiva
Glottal -V. HIMON8 A J1IIO.
SAN80M STREET HALL,
SANSOM Btrset, abor Slith.
Made t. order at tlia saorUat aoUaa, sralch tor rtehnau aa4
puktikldeaaM ehaUani eompMltloa, no other house la tba
oooirtrr auKhtnlBd Iha at ANUKACTUKIMU JUVTsutsj
WITH TUS I'JtACIlCAA, IWOItU MAJUU. M
SATURDAY, JULY 2, igflk
ISO. aiO JUHKET HXIII3I3X,
(CORNER or BTHiwpEnnr.)
To le Increase! to $500,000.
IlESlllf O. MOHIIIS. of Vorrli, Ta.kar A Ca., Psscat
Iron Works, MfUt SfM Tanker, Is.
(.'IIARLeg 8. CL08R, of Close At NesMt, Builders, Ko.
t:m BmxI ,trfst.
JAitrtS II. ritESTOX, Manufacturer of Waoloa Ooods,
. A. WATERS, of J. A. Waters At Co., Wholesale
Oroeers, K.. U':l Msrket street,
8. It. LOL'UHl.IN, Ileal Estate, Ki. 6VJ Js". TUirtooutb
WM. r. CLYDE, Ag-nt I'littaJ a sJ Ki-srTark Express
N. II. Co., No. 14 9. Delaware At.
fiEORdE W. HILL, llanufactiiror of Csrvetln,,, No. IJ.)
N. Third strt et.
J. W. aOL'bER, W hnleaale Bsmts and Slioss, Ko. 509
J. Z. HEIIAVEK, Imrvirler ef Wines, Brandies, Ao., !tos.
30 and W 8. Uolaware Arcnua.
This Bank hating been dalr authorised to commence
business und.r the National Curirni-jr Act, U now pra
pared to reotlTe bK.l'OHITg, make Collections, and trans
act a Uflicral 1IANK1NU III HINKSfl.
Discount dafs oa Tl'KSDAY aud rniDAY of each
J. 7.. DEHAVEN,- Prssi,lut.
V.. H. IIALr,, Ou-l.ir.
Pimsi.Fti'MiA..iuna M, !si4. Ie1 I at
QOLU, OOIil), UOLI),
SILVER AXD BANK NOTES
DE HAVEN & BROTHER,
No. at) 8. THIRD 8T1RET.
A 11 A. N II O Li 1 II.
No. K 3. T1IIRD STREET,
BANICKKH AND imOKKIW.
Bperlo, atocki, Quart enn asters' Vouchers and Chiaks, and
all GoTonrment Seenrttles Duuglil and Sold, nshlj
II niIC. HTKU1I afc CO..
No. 30 8. THIRD STREET,
act ajtn akll
O, Sll.VRU, ASD 4JOVEKSMEST SECURtTIE.
HOUUDT ASD 80I.D OK COMMISSION, (mid I
U. S. 10-40,s.
sAY CtXIKll afc CO..
orrEB tor sale the
NEW GO vEMMENT LOAN,
ItEAKIKO IIVE PER CENT. INTEREST lit C0ISJ,
redeemablo any Umo alter TEH YBAKH, at the pleasur
of the Ourunmeut, and psjaiile 10HTV VCAJi after
ltOTIF COUrON ASD REfllSTERED BONDS an
Issaed for this Lou, ot saa donosnltiatloa as the S-tO's.
The Interest on toO's and flOO s parshle jearlj;on al
other denominations, half yearly. The !M0 bonds are
dated March I, I8M. The half-yearly Interest falling due
September 1st and. March 1st of each year until 1st Hep.
trainer, the scented Interest from 1st of March Is required
to be paid by jiarcbasera In com or In tsosl. curisnct.
addlns fifty per cent, for premium, until further notice.
AI.LOTUKK GOVERNMENT 8ECUBITIE4 110UOIIT
JAY COOKE & CO.,
nihW-tf Mo. lit 8. THIIID STREET.
L A n 1C H O N
No. 121 8. THIRD STREET,
Government Securities of all lasnes Purchased and for
Sale. Stocks, Bonds, and Uold Uotiiht and Sold oa Com
mission. INTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS.
Collections Promptly Made. M tf
J J K W 13 H sV; It A. II M,
BANKERS AND EXCHANGE BROKERS,
No. S'd 8. THIRD 8TKEHT.
81'KCIE, BANK NOTKS, AND GOVERN
Stocks BouiM and Sold an Commission,
OCJi.H ATS I S-l'JCUIlIXIlia
BOrCHT AND SOLD
O N C O M M I S H I O N,
DE HAVEN fit BROTHER,
V" If So. ill) 8. Till It D STREET.
s- nimni, tu
f w liianed upiia IHanuaids,
7 t Mate, Clalt'liiy. Ao at
Jt J JONKS) A tW. S
OLD K8TAHI.IHIIKII LOAN OKEIt'E,
Corner Tlllltll anil HAsKILL Buei U,
N. B. DIAMONDS, W A I'l'IIKS, JKWELltr, rltJNH.AO.,
F'lH HAI.K AT
RKMARKAII1.V LOW Fltlf'ES. )ett-lra
QLD GOLD AND SILVER WANTED.
) I AM t N I H,
OTHER PRECIOUS STONES,
UOL'tillT FOR CASH, BY
LEWIS LAD6MUS & 00.,
HOa ClIICHlVtJT Htreet.
A Ti 1
T A. It Y
A I Hi
IN THE CITY.
H-Ja No. 40 N. SIXTH BtrsMt.
RICHMOND & lOREPAUGH,
MASCrACTV'RiaS SSD CSaLIRS la
HTJl'lllIOll I'" TJ II N I T TJ 11 13.
4.U H. BI3C01VTO Htreet,
Above Chasant, wast I Me. e4-lni
s. II. DIXON,
No.SI 8. F.IUHTH Btrst,
A DEAI.KK IN KASCY AND TOI LET 11001)8,
' UWIlKtl.LAS AND PARASOLS,
Fans, Bead Dresses,
rreuch Jewelry, Leather Onnds,
Beads. Af, Ae. m, 1H-Aa
"I ) LANK BOOKS AND STATION E K Vv
U HANKS. BANKERS, kIKHf HAMSi, MAMUFAtA.
Tt hKKM, KAH.huAU tsjMrANIKS, aw.,
Wil tod It to their interval t. or 4w ft ota the aaeelgiktA.
BLANK. Ulli A,
PAPKK, AND STATIONERY?,
All khsds (br KnslnMa, ProfMaluaai, aad Private us.
ler aaie at ausdraw artetie he
Wff l.UM MAira,
StaUooer, Prluuc, and Blank Uu Msnisnuitiir.f,
Aie.ts S. Ftnrarn hussss.
j J8IDENTIAL 0AMPAI0K.
l&MT&S MIJ TRAJTSPAlUarOLES.
r. V BCIIEIIJrjEJt,
' tsars CVsamt.raiUd.I.ala.
Ko. 49 8.
AND LA. , Lantoras.
Folltlral Carapal. a Clahs nitad cm wat t Ira
Badass,, Banners, ant) Tm, at reaannaMs sassta.
fOR THE ABMT AUD XAY'
13 VAITH fc IIAHHA IL.
No. 453 ARCII HTREET,
Baanars, BaKunorMal and Comaana flassj. 8 words.
Baakea, lteJIs, FassarsU, KpanhMs, llata. Caps, CantMns.
Hararaacka, tamp kits, rteld Glasses, Sfssrs, and ararj
Uilnt pertaining to taa cvnpleta on tilt of Aims aad Mars;
A libera! dlse.' 'rst Hr.ns trade. rarlO-Ssa
ii v i : - - .
Of Qxs sa uiL..
8 I U K F L A O 8,
or BUFERIOn QOALITT.
M U B Ii I N V LAO H,
Or 8LTEBJOB gOAUTT.
Wholesale and Kesall, at
W. H. EORSTMANH & B0N3,
a7tt-r FIFTI! and CHKRBT StTMtS.
J II. FOBTE II,
IV o. 4.4.H TS. TIIIIII Htreet.
FANCY -ERANDAII8 E08 WfNDOWtl.
Alt kinds of srork aonearorantlr. and attended (a m.
JOSKI'H IL FOSTER,
He. i N. TUIKD STREET,
J J ENRT II A It P E It,
BILVES AND PLATED WAEE,
No. Bao AIICII Stroot.
AMERICAN WATCH CO. '8. K. ttOWARD A CO.'B, AND
KEtl) TATENT WATC1LE8.
AD kinds of Silver Ware made la the Faotorf adjotntaf
ine Htore. aa-lni
Q W. SIMONS t BROTHER,
BAN 80 M STREET HALL, PHILADtLPHIA,
M ANUFAA-TUHEliS OF
MTUTABr GOODS 1ST EVERT VABfETT.
T A U 13 M t A K II XI ICS
" WHoLkSaLa ASf, MtT.lL
8. B. corner SECOND and CHKSNUT Streets, I'hiiad
AouNcr rna m raraar
EQT'ALir.INO TUIBTV-DAT CLOCKS,
A Tory desirable article for Churches, ilotuls, Banks,
Also, .MAN I KAI TI HKIt OF FINE nOI.D Pl fli.
fLUl K8 HKI'AIRKII AND WAltKANIHD.
Jal2ly Clock Trtiuailnva of evury duacripuoo.
JOHN 8. WILSON, IMPORTER AND
dealer In WADCUE8. Vine JKWKLUY. and mane.
No. 11 N. JTINTII Htreot, alxiv. Area, Phfladolphla.
The hiyliekt price paid lor old Silver. myf Uytl
TiS. A GRAY, N. R. CORNER OP SIXTH
T T and MINOR Hin-eu, buys Dlauiouda, Watches, field,
Silver, aud Loan Tickets.
THOSE IN WANT OF MONET,
All business eoafldentlal. rnyM-Sra
$ WEIGHT & SIDDALL
No. 119 Market Street
ItETWEEN TRONT AND SECOND STREETS,
a. w. waioiiT. r. h. aionai.
Can And at our establ lahrnent a full assortment of Imported
aad Domestic Drugs, Popular Patent Medlalnee, Painta,
Coal OU, Wlndusr Ulaaa. l'reaoripuon Vials, Ac, at as ksr
prices as seoulne AratclMs aoods can be sold.
EINK KHNENTIAL W1I.8
rorOonfbct loners. In full variety, and of the best quality.
Coohlneal, Bengal Indigo, Madder, Pot Ash, Cnlhear,
Soda Ash, Alum, Oil of VI rlid, Annatto, Copperas, Extraot
of Louwood, Ac, FOB DYERS' use, always an hand, at
lowest net eash prices.
PfltE SPICK FOR FAMILY USE,
Uronnd expressly for our sales, and tn which we Invite the
alleiritou of tt-Ofte In want of reliable articles.
Also, 1XD1UO, STAHCIf, MUSTARD, sre., oarfra
Orders by mull, or city post, will auwt wltn prompt at
tention, or spis:lil quolalloui will be furnished wheu ra-
WKIUltT dt HIUIJAIjIj.
Whnloate Drag Wareitmuae,
jall-ly No. 110 MARKET Street, above Front.
ORGEW. T. VOIOT'S
Nos. ftl'l and J:lllltANi:li HftriUt.
fllassw are hir Hotels aud lle.lauraula, Coufeotloners,
rt'rloojers, ai.d Imiguls a.
Alsu, the uttgvsl asH.irtment of
fhrWati Fmlt, Femerk s. Clocks, Ac. Potii homanla Vaaee
and f ard au-cul,era. a7.1ia
J J 13 IN 11 Y H I M O N H,
VNITKD STATES NATIONAL
WAGON AND COACH WORKS,
Olltoe., No. 631 NKW MARKET Street,
And Factory, corner of
SECOND AND CI MHEIlLAND STREETS,
... a v. . . riiiLAbuLraiA.
All end every kind of
WAOONN, CAIITS, PRAYS, WIIEFXB VRItOWS,
and ll.MHKH WIIKKLN, adapted to Army , Koad, Sutler,
or Planiatloa purposes. All work warranted.
Sar-Onli-ra prompUy aitanded to. )a4-t
EDMUND A. SOUDES t CO.,
AND SHIP AND STEAMBOAT AGENTS,
POCK BTREET WHARF,
isr A. enrnita,
A HI MlbALb CKTTV.
eiat'MKM t. etji'uaa, lat-tf
'XPLOSIONS. LET EVERY MAN WHO
t owns a Steam Holier raad Ihla uoths..
Asherott s Low Watsw Dvteclor raver tails to atve froaa
ene-haU to two hours' warning, as desirtMl, last the
water le getting low tu the boiler, and tlutt damrer is ae
pmching. Ihe Instruueut reqairee ao cafe.aud le ..r
raaltMl In every instance.
Also, Steam and Water Oeagee, with BceAuh
teksss, sclNclvansing gauga-couks. Ae. m4
Sead tor alicular eoatalnii ru.iAd.liihla l''7Ts,
eirculara. AUUl'aTl 8 8. h AT. ,uieV
Fs. U DEUBl'Iltn. rsu inrr;. , r aeuparasr
A 1 ptirclia.t to oner oeiow in. ou
a(kU. hMSUKt. W.KHrtM.llH"'
Vf.I.N. boat .nJ
east sid., sells tl. s.nutne r-V.SUl; Large ilui, s
Ut aud stove
.a 0 at aos.pre-
ehoatd atake . us-san
Tsvag w auvtuui auvauvs
TUB AUCTION SALE 0T
WOUKS OF ART,
DOITATK TO m
BABITARf COMMISSION .
at Tm (
OrtEAT CKNTItAL FAIR,
Will take steoa
BVESINO. JULY I, AT 8 O'CLOCK.
Catalust la a few daysv
USlKTAN'f QUART sTjsS M A 8 X B '
--"sK oMue vats?
W all iran - J .
4 aiilrea Wrbblng, 1-IMu, .. ...
MampiesS may he eesm at Brls office. Bidders must ea
In lh.tr s.H.i, the prise, which must bs given ts
r. inny as well aa figures-, the auaiuu. aasl limear
sfrtt-ef-y. ... s
Each bid raast he gnarantwd by two responsible aerw
eons, ssliosss signature, must be apuenuSd W Uaa
itbts flora defaulting coo tractors will not ha its
Illank forms r proposals ean be h5 on appffcatloa 'aft
this otttee, anoVearh hid tnii.i be endorsed with she naaaa
vt Ike particular article bid for.
, . O. H. CROSMATf, -
le0-t d Asst Q. M. Ustneral, U.S.A.
SUBSI8TKNCK OFFICE, UNITED fiTATKS
Army, No. 30 SOUTH Acroet,
. . . ltALrtaioaa, Md., ane tA, 1AH
Sealed Pronoeala, tn durhrau, will be received at tl-sj
erllr. anil MM., on WP.DNF.8DAT, July 13, 1NS4, ftw nar
wi'ih ' Vai"A eubsiatenoa DspartoMas
FOUR THOUSAND (41)00) HEAD OF BEEP CAT.
1 1. R on the hoof, delivered at the 8tt Cattle aoalee, aft
' Baltimore, Md., la lots of limn) one thousand each trvy
( It') tan dajs ; to he wesshed within on. and a half daye aftssr
arrival, at the eapetiM of the contractor. They must
averaite alwut (1) tlilrteen hundred pounds eras
w.lKht: all tailing short of (lis) ooe thoaaand pounaa
imas w.isht. Hulls, sure. Oxen, Oows, Uelfers. aaA
llornleaa Cattle will be rejected.
A ditiucilon often (Ms pounds wltl be made from she)
weh ht of each Mter aorepu-d under this oontraot. pro
vided the animal does not stand In the pens two anil one
hall hour, benir. being weighed, or Is aot weighed Imnaa
tltalely after removal Irom the oara.
IllAiik fotnis lor propoaals can be had oa applica
tion atUils oiHre, ellhor In person, or by mall, or Isle
The Government will claim the right of wslrtilng aasr
cne aulffal separate. If Ita appearance tnitlaasee laesi
wvlvht tt.an thn mlnlmans mentioned abovo; the ea
pans. of weighing will he paid by the party erring la luilg
Kaoh bid, to aaenTSJ consideration, most contain at
written guarantee of two responsible pssrsoas, as foe
Wo , of the Count v of , RtatVsf , do hereby
guarantee that l, (or are) alile to fulfil a coBtraot la
accontaniss with the terms ot his (or Ihelr) nroe.xltlois.
and ahoaM his (or their; proposition b. accepted, be (or
they will at once enter Into a contract m aoeordanoat
therewith, and we are pniared to become hla SMurtlMc
S's'tts Itood and suntclant homls for lu fuinitnaiu.
The Isisponslhlllly of the guarantors must b. shown br
th. ortlclal ceiilncateof the I'hrrk of Uie mans. Dtatrtot
Court, or of ihe United Stales District Attorney, to so. e
ClOK'll WlUl UlB tiki. iwmmmm-
Hlddrra must be present to respond to their bids, and
prepared lo give bonds and sign the oontraci before laav
liig tt ooittco.
Tho Government reservee to Itself the right to reject aar
or ail bids considered unrcaaonable.
Pay menta lo be made after each delivery In such fund
as mav he on hand ; if none on hand, lo be made ae aoeoi
Proposals must be endorsed dlstlnotly "PROPOSALS
FOR 6 KEF CATTLE," and addressed to "CauUinJ. If.
OILMAN, C. 8 , Halt more, Maryland." r. .
11 a bid le In ihe name era arm, their mamas and theejr
poet ootoe address must appear, or they will not bo eoav
Each persoiror every member of a drm aAVh.. . wm.
pooal must aeconipany It with an oath of alUsflanre tout
United (Stales Uovutnmeu, If he has not already aled esas
All btdt not tomvtvtna ttrtctlv iritA iAa Urwu aA4s -
vsTftscmeftf srtff or roj&cttit.
w. at. UILMABT.
Ki0-llt CapUla and 0. 8.. U.S.A.:
JJAltLOWM INDIOO 11LTJI3.
PUT UP AT
WILTUEUQER'a , ,
IV o. S33 IV. HcorvrD wtroet.
WIS color more st ater than four lltaea Use satao naaalat
of ordinary fndtgo. . ,
The new Label doea not ree.ulra a slants..
It is Warranted to Give Batisfaotion.
It Is net ailed at the I ants price as the mltatloaa aa4
Inrarlor Articles, leU-laa ,
)A.I1NT1I-JIJ 1 A.IIV TI1VOI!
No. 47 S. THUU) STEEET, '
aboti casssTUT, -
FAUY ft UHOTHKR.
BOVBB, aiOX, AND ORNAMENTAL PAINTKRAs
GrahvHig, Ohulng , Olldlngoa Olaas, Kaleominlng, Paasa
Tarstishfsur, ase. aM St
WRITTEN AND VERBAL DRSeRIP
ttona of Character, Conatltulism, and Talent, w sat
Advleeoo Busmeaa. tlealth, Kdueatloa, asstf-laa-Provement.
Manaemenl, aud Trainsug ed
ClilLUILILk. Kocuti AOaatatlftn. Ae.. dav and Ma.
aiug, by Ji'HM L. Capr.M.
rnrvmoMMrtss aua nwSss.ur.
ailS-3al No. K 8. TENTH Sunt, abovo elaeHias.
MATHEMATICAL DRAFTING IN3TRTJ
MKNTM. t'luaurau'i Metallte and Steel-taps Meaaorara.
Pur sale by
JAMES W, QfTF.KSr A CO.,
No. KM CHKSNUT StisMt. i
Mead aad tDuatrated Catalogaea sntis tssVlw
No S. SEVENTH Street.
of Hair. Palu,. r.si elslor, and Hash.
IKATIIK.ll IIKHH, KOLNI KltS, AID PILLOWS,
WOOD AND IKON HtliK I EAIIS,
SI'ltlNO IIHIItS AND COTS.
N. ft. Repairing and renova'tna aiteuded la with eara
and tH'spalch. No. SB. BtVlMfU StraeV )tvl-la
."VI'ERA GLASSES AND OFFICKRcT
r riKLii iilahmes.
Microsof)ea ror I'hyalciaos aud Stadsiata.
A Tory sarge SMiSttsest Air s.le bv
QTTKKH A OO.,
MEDICAL PURVEYOR'S OFFICE.
Nkw Yiihk. Jm.e'is, IiiHt.
Inventors ard Maniifhclurera of AKIU II'IAL LIMB)
arma ai.d leas) ate Invlied to ihshm-m ao.'liaana of Ihelr
Mid.'ia to a Hoard of Medics! Onicera, oouatltutod by ordw
t if.. Aciinv pur:eti-tti-i..rai u. a. A., at tn. Hatol
lirveyoi's I Si. Nil 4'M RHOilvlK Street. In title .Itv. u.
sT bfioie ihe oicveuib day ut July next, with a riow lo tno
adoption ot th. best module.
llsujuea, by Older) B. A. ULBMKNT3.
Asslataut Surirt'iMi. It. tt A .
Je3 tlrll Hexuderof Board.
SPECTACLES TO SUIT ALL 8IQUT8.
AR lIFlt:lAL IK MAM EYES.
luaerted wllliout pain, bv
JAMES W QtTKKN A CO.,
14 1m Mo. KM cktri.N UT Bums. -
U A N .
If. A. 1)11 HRA.
Inventor aud Manuia tarar of tha
Approved and adopted
BV TH Id
SfRGEON-CENEAAL OF THE UNITED STAT Bat,
Has permanently located his Dttice and Factary at N. s
.rui ntii tjui, su doors below spruce, run."'
sUTfiTv.y I'D a itr i ovtii iiiua. "so
g IVV PI 1 o .ssfl ,f AAV r.uoi '
mnorter and ! I.Li.u.r.
v .... ui.rf. s r
Choice Havana Clrars, ' . rtofclas aad Saaoos
Cmaa A Blacks
English and Scotch AJe and '"iieats, Fruits, Soup, Asfl.
Mav Meases pat nn wiu sri"llS S. 8KCOVD afreet.
JOSHUA U. cousrr-i
-rnTVrCAlTAINS AND OWNKRS.
4t ', u,,dv1Tl having leaaW as. KKAKInia.
jp T X fs't, nogs t injuria hw fnaod. and tAa
tun BOM,,". lK-h that be Is preparad with lnorut
patrons .cASouiusouate those liavlug vassal. ts be r.fs.f
faclUt.A'tf.(i .nd ulng a pra.-u.al stilp-crpvutw a.4
r.tiir. wid give tiTujaal atKMitloM Hi all sea, sis mlraaSsA
t iiaois or Agents, 8blp Carpenters ,ad MacbjAiuaft
a ag v.sala to rapalr, an soJi.JcmJ lo call.
tU tag th. aasucy er the sslr ,f ' n-oiit"Jti' Patssat
M.ialMc t . )... ' ur i 'H fslul. . u..
Uon of VMSvia fc.iK.An4. a.r Itus uil, i ua nj..es sw
Wtttsh She eaase on a.ro.as4a i.r..... fl , V1TT
a .OAJIl.t .Hi l . A 1 1" ''ft, '
stall-tf PeUware aA.im sous. ""
...... a . . V,,lV,l.'Af.kf
1 lfMOVAL. TllUMita as. iwnasn,
J i uwin and BuiU'st, hu rem . "si his shop a.
No7 irSna-lrrr.lrv lo MWIJS r. "i o,.s. r
loliilii, Uie o. run w."." - "
Ll iiiIas SM oArrnus tfcsl , ' 'V.'
W resssns s share 4 put si psiis wf, - . M
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