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THK DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. nULADELFIIIA, SATURDAY, JT7LT 9. 180i.
A HAJUT AfTE&WOON MWSrATM.
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by its name and ed.lr f the wrttsr not neooaasrtly ir
wsiMkmtivB, but aa a .sarBte aood faith. W .oan-
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Jes sino Ts sortt, fssmpelltng n a In fro to press at an
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ftxs haaioVsf an aa anon aa uso o'nlock, If possible, to secure
tbeea aa tasertloa ta aU of oar editions.
8ATURDAY, JULY 9, 1ST.4.
Kbe baid, and the nirrr or mi-ate
We have repeatedly urged In these columns
the importance of a prompt and thorough
organisation of the State militia. And we
must confess that nothing has, during the
progress of the present war, struck us as more
yemakable than the delay, or, rather, entire
Omljalon of our State authorities to put the
mllltla la such a condition of organization,
discipline, and equipment as would secure the
Commonwealth against Invasion, or enable It
at least to meet and repel a hostile force on
the instant that it dared approach our borders.
It it now more than throe years since the first
run In this great clril conflict was fired by
the Rebel at Charleston. Within that period
this State has been entered on several distinct
Occasions by the insurgent forces, and In each
Instance our people hare not only been seri
ously alarmed and agitated, but they have
keen driven from their homes, and hundreds
of thousands of dollars' worth of property
b&s been either taken away or destroyed.
It was, after such painful, such profoundly
Impressive experiences, reasonably to be ex
pected that due preparation would be made
Against the recurrence of such Incursions In
the future ; that as the Rebels had successively
Caught us In a totally defenseless situation,
we would take care at last to avoid being
pieced again in so disgrace Ail and perilous a
But It now appears that all the warnings
and lessons of the past have been wasted
upon ua. We are to-day Just as unprepared
to resist this last raid of the Rebels Into the
Cumberland Valley, as we were when the
first raid took place. Then there was a gene
ral panic, tu the midst of which people seized
""Vy , what goods they could, and fled wildly from
. ," Hit lr tarma ana vUJsgos. W8 witness toe
f ' ausmsi UMtM ifirtw. Tit n tKnrA wdca aiiAflan
. nil anxlons calls bv the Governor for
irtops to be enliBted and mustered
And marched to the field, when they
should have been already In a condition
to move against the Invader on the very
Instant that the necessity for their service was
made known. We see the same appeals for a
defensive military force made now, and the
same shameful state of unpreparedness to re
spond to them that existed three years ago.
' All this Is not only Inexcusable, but It is post
' tivelj discreditable to the character of Penn
sylvanls. It is exciting, and very naturally,
too, the comments of the press in other States,
and we shall richly deserve all the censure and
derision of which they may choose to make our
strange, our criminal neglect of a plain duty,
the subject. The New York Times of yester
day, in speaking of the present Rebel raid
across our borders, says :
" We would respectfully suggest to the Perm
st Iranians the propriety ol' keeping their
44 mUitia coder arms, or at least such portion
of it as they tbink necessary to protect them
M from Rebel raids, until the end of the cuin
" paign. This is the third summer that tlicy
" have been terribly frightened by an advafkc
" of the Confederates up the SUunundoah Vul-
ley, and it has been well known, ever since
44 Ghaut's camnaien opened, that it was pax-
44 lecily feasible tor the Rebels to make a tlttsti
" into Maryland with a small force. 11 they cliotc
M to do so. There is no way of guaranteeing
mat ao ooay ot tttera, great or small, siiitn, un-
(if r any circumstances, crmi the Potomac.
There Is, therefore, a touch of the comical to
uk a mild Urm in this calling out of tho
" militia every year, after the enemy has actually
crossed the border, and when ho is threatening
44 the Stale Capital, and when about thirty-six or
twi nty-lonr nonrs rcninm lor recruiting, urm
44 it K. equipping, and drilling them a short
" space, It mill be admitted, for the orgaulzatiun
ol a force which is expected to stand in the open
" Held against - such troops as Emily's or
There Is much sharp reprehension In the
above passage, but It is all merited and Justly
bentowed. About this time lust year we were
Indebted to New York and Nuw Jersey for
troops to defend our border, and they have a
right to complain that we have, instead of
profiting by that mortifying experience, done
nothing since to Improve our condition, aud
thereby relieve them from the necessity of
protecting our homes and altars from iuva
slou. Our purpose in this article Is not to
accuse any one in particular. Uut it is most
manifest that the people of Pennsylvania have
been the victims of a grave dereliction of duty
In this matter of State defense, and public cen
aure should full on (he guilty parties, whoever
they may be.
A (l l sl lO OK Kl If 14
1 he workings of custom arc, in all cas
Cui ious, but In none more so than in their In
fJucDce on the moral sensibilities of classes or
bodies of men. The race Is gregarious, and
plays ""follow your leader." With great
readiness "one sinner doeth much htir.n," as
his tracks mark the way for others to follow,
and his course soon becomes a beaten path.
JJe who would scorn to He iu private life, and,
if allied to biin, would resent the word us the
deepest Insult, Justifies the most glaring and
unfounded misrepresent:) tionj by a sliruij of
the shoulders, and, " Well, everybody vise
If he Is classical in his "phraseology he nses
the brlllianj adage, "When we are in Rome,"
Ac. A young man, engaged In one of the
largest wholesale stores in the city, observed
to us the other day that a clerk was obliged
totta occasionally In order to make sales.
Now, w are not straight-laced In our notions
at all. Wa ragud it as an excusable conven
tionalism for a lady to send down word that
he is not "at home," a svery one understands
rhat Is meant, as well as by the respectful
phrase of "Your obedient servant" at the end
f aa Impertinent letter.
We have no scruples about going to the
opera, even IT "Don Giovanna" be the two,
VVe are not convinced by the arguments ad
tanced for stopping the cart on Sunday. But
really It Is staggering and startling to be as-
ured by one Just starting In life that he In
tends to sacrifice honor and honesty on prin
ciple, and that all his acquaintances do the
funis. Such a basis for future operations, we
take It, is highly objectionable. It Is a pretty
Commentary upon our business morality that
such notions are openly avowed by those con-
ftUtfd la tTi VXi at) aUenvt W comet Of
censure them, is hooted at as Puritanical or
Even those holding high positions In the
church and society, allow mbireprreentatlons
about the quality and price of their goods to
be made, or make them themselves, and settle
their qualms of conscience by the Invariable
plea of " Every body else," Ac. Thwio poor
creatures are caught by the Devil with a bare
hook, and no one is verdant enough to depend
on what he hears In the public mart, and as
It would certainly bo more satisfactory to all
to feol that their life was consistent and them
selves sincere, we cannot understand why
they should not use truth In their dealings,
since, In a business point of view, It comes to
the same In tho end If it were not profitable
pecuniarily, If It did not pay, we have pretty
good authority for saying, "The getting of
" treasure by a lying tongue Is a vanity tossed
' to aud fro of them that seek death."
The obtuseness of the world, howover, In
ethics, need excite less surprise when wo re
member what nefarious doctrines a'-e pro
claimed, even from tho pulpit. During one
of our latest financial panics, a popular clergy
man, In one of our mot fashionable churches,
advised the members of his congregation to
give liberally to benevolent purposes at once,
as the crisis might take all away, and deprive
them of the power to do good. The com
plaint often and justly modo against the btw
Is, that its general rules work much evil In par
ticular cases, so that controversies are de
cided on other considerations than those of
justice; but Its morality, In this Instance,
would be better than that of the sacred desk.
A gift to defraud creditors, such as the
reverend gentleman advised, would bo void,
and charity could not flourish at the expense
of rectitude. Are we not strangely and won
derfully made, when any one in human shape
can full to see that such acts are knavish and
rascally, and when, as a people, we profess re
ligion, but can yet herd with such men, pro
vided, always, they have money?
The " Citizens' Volunteer Substitute Com
mittee" promises to le a great success. Their
office bas been opened but for two days, and
already they have registered applications from
more than a hundred citizens, which places In
their hands funds te the amount of over forty
In a day or two they will have arrangements
perfected for receiving substitutes, and then
their office should become a recruiting station
where volunteers can be assured of being
honestly and fairly dealt with. The committee
propose to pay six hundred and fifty dollars
to the substitute on tl' day he Is mustered In,
without deduction .tor commission or bro
kerage. This suraf Is composed of four hun
dred dollars, subscribed by the principal, and
two hundred aid fifty dollars city bounty,
Which the comtnlttee will advance and sub
sequently collect from the city.
The enterprise is highly patriotic, and the
well known, character of the gentlemen com
posing the committee Is a guarantee that it
will be conducted with energy aud fidelity.
Hundred Days' Men Muitt be Mnxteretl In
by Minimum Keg-linenta, and not bjr
The following ofllciul despatch has just been
sent to us for publication, and we direct esp 'ci il
attention to it. We trust our friends will rally ut
once under the best otlicers they can select, and
leave the appointment of field and staff officers to
General Couch and Governor Curtin :
IlARitisiiiTHO, July 8. Henry C. Lea, Ksq. In
reply to j our telegram yesterday. I was autho
rized to stty that the one hundred days' men will
be mustered by minimum companies, so continent
were we that such authority would be given by
the War Department, in reply to a joint telegram
setit by tho Governor and General Couch. The
War Department, however, for reasons given at
length, declines to modify the mustering orders,
and 1 feel it my duty to inform you that tho mus
tering must be done by minimum regiments, as
ct forth In General Order No. 50 of these Head
quarters. A. L. HvsHKLL, Adj.-ueu. renna.
Xw Order KeNpreHuir NiibttiNtenceoroi
fleeraj. General Grant has issued the following rutinn.il
lKAtgl'aRTl.R AUMO.t U TUK I'SITklH STATK4,
ClT fl NT. VA., JiIIIO i, ISiit. (
Npn lal Ordrra, No. 44. Owlnit to tho limhility of many
otfictrs ofwrathiK from' thc Jaiuei Kivur tu purcliiino ul-sltu-nci
Mmt. Ihat eah oillct-r belonjrtnir to thn arratna 1m
h'-rehy authorized 10 draw, for hla uwu uu, two radon In
alml pur day.
(blond. hiitltenc will h drawn for otHwra In 'J;a
ani wav at lor tr oii. Iut on farate rem.
Third Abitrarls of lamira to offiiarawlll ' marl hi
iinaitnipllciitf-on! copy f.T lha Comiima7j (Innrtal, n
for th'('hif PaumuH.-rof the bttpnrate armvordt'ftrliaat
to whlrh tho otltcerH IxilohK, nod or.a lor the Uouul.t.iry
llniwi f. and w lit kIiow clearly tho nam, rank, rogl. nont,
and number of rations dr.twn hv oat h offlcor.
H command of I. leu euant-llwneiaJ Uuant.
T. B. lloH ait AHul toul- Adjutuut Oenaral.
The Frovost Marehals nt ritttnirg have re
ceived orders to accept black substitute, when
otl'ered by while men, under the same regul ations
as appertain to white substitutes.
A Urge force of guerillas are reported in tho
swamps of Southeist Missouri, between New
Madrid find Charleston. A detaehincti' of troops
lias been sent to capture and disperse them.
Secretary Seward had a narrow escaiie on
the tfh, while riding in his carriage, a rocket
striking him just ubove the eye. The blow was
nut severe enough to cau-e any serious Injury,
although, had it struck an inch lower, the most
dcplorut le consc'iucnccs might have ensued.
The cognomen given to Governor ToJ by the
people of Ohio, is l'o:-metal Toil, because of his
opiKisliion to anything but metal currency iie
having said it would be better to iiiuke a circu
lating medium of the old pots and kettles, rather
than use a paper currency.
A fatal accident occurred In tho moving col
li it n of General John K. Smith's Division, about
tive miles from Larkiusville, A lab una, on Friday
last, lu johing over the terribly rough roads, a
pcrcmsitui shell exploded, blowing up one of the
caissons, and killing outright four men, unl
wounding i-evcial others.
A misrbiev. us bov.nt Portland. is said to have
lately tied a couple of eats together hy their tails
and liiitig thi m on u lollies dryer, in onlcrthat
he might have the satisO tion of seeing them
"light it out on that line." One leliuo w.u soon
tit Una", and the o tter nettrly so.
Hespcctlng the propos. d "foreign legion," to
I organized for itnportunt service in Uexfto, a
Frt'i.ch seml-otllcittl journal says:
The complete orguniy.aiionof tho foreign troops
in the service of Mexico will form un effective force
uflfi.Ouo men, Com posed a follows :W to French,
fiiHiO ALstriuns, and 2)00 lleiuus. This corps
will assume the title of "The Foreign Legion,"
and the conimuuder-in-chicf will be a French
general, having the grade of lieutenant-general.
lie will receive his orders direct from the Kinpe
ror Maximilian, and will only have to refer to the
Ministry of War upon administrative affairs. Tho
Foreign Legion will be divided into several regi
mi nts, which will bear the titles of "F.inperor
Napoleon III," 'F.mperor of Austria, "Kmperor
Maxmilian," and "Lmpress Charlotte." The
lost will be roserved to the regiment of Belgian
The physical training of young ladies is a
subject highly recommended by a Western jour
nal st. After witnessing the evolutionsof a class
in the Ohio F'emale College, which had been In
structed by a "Professor of Physical Culture and
Hygiene, he says: "For three-quarters of au
hour these young ladies evolutionued and ges
ticulated with bands, feet, body, and bead, first
without and then with dumb-bells and wands,
all the time to the beat of music, and closed with
out seeming much fatigued. When the exer
cises were introduced at the beginning of the ses
sion, tbey could not endure ave minutes ot suca
activity. Several of them, President Day told us,
wf luftering from ailments that would have
conjpeii,4 n,em to leave the institution, but by a
Judicious employment af these exercises, they
greatly unproved in health, one of them having
J dued twenty pounds in weight during the year,
nd the cook uya a he bas never had to send so
few meals to pupils' rooms on account of India
position, as she has this year. This physical
culture is required uf alt pupils, unless excused
ti aufttfii.nt rftaaoiia. We P.l li tt thjt
I happiest innovation in the system of female
j cduvaUn iccvrUsd la all DiY-itra lUiiw.".
T CITY INTELLIGENCE.
St. Lovis vs. rHiLADsuBia The following
rorrMf" Jrnce recently pasaed between Major-
! 4eurf nancock and Mr. Yeatman, Chairman of
the Kxectitive Committee of the HanlUry Fair
bold In St. Louis, which, as it is known, prc
, scnted the O neral with a magnificent Jewelled
swortl. From the correspondence it will be seen
that General Hitn.-ock acknowledges himself a
citizen ot St. Louis.
Mr. Yeatman my Ms people reg.trd him (ihe
General) as "hlf a citizen, ' and the General
replica that he looks ti)n Hi. I.ouis as "a home,"
liis family re-lding there. Wo anxiously await
the letterot General Hancock acknowledging the
rcci Inter the hiinilaomc saddle and equipments
which tho Gnat Ocntritl Fair'of l'hlia lniihta
rcc. ntlv rruirril to him, that his relation to
l'hiladilphia may ccn Ire more emphatically
dclinrd than in the St. Louis letter.
.Ii mk Is, I. I.-Major Hernial W . Haneo a. tlr:
It l with ari at (ueaiuri th.n I pronoonre i y.,11 thMl thf
harfl.ollia iwullt ih'littt-d lo 'lie .Ml.lBM'tl Vjll"y Saul
tar v 1 a r. t le vote I tfr, ha hei-n avar-leil to you, tnore
hnvliiM Ix'fn a lartc .l irulitv ot votoi ram In your fav ir.
It i h'Khly h'a Hy ni; lo the l:iri'U4 ot Hi l,oul, who ra
Kant jou ha more itian hall a cllUn, that tin sword ha
horn awarilnl to .u an an huoililv hu. rt'Hpenful ap jra
elation ol our Kallunuy and dutuutulhed crTlce in tnn
That Atieret may r intlnue to attend your noble effort
ttt rtuxh out the Kfln IMi.n atlotit our C"l nlry. 1 1 m V
esmel atid heatnell prayt r lnu mil idet.e inM -ate the
dlnpoKitlon you wiAh a.atit-orthfNWort, which awal.ayour
Very restectriillv and truly yotira,
JAS, K. VKATMtN.
Chairman hUecuUvn Conimmea.
II K A I'ljt' A ItTK KM, BkCHNO AUMT rttRI'S, JlinS '17, lS4.
My in ar sir: Voor for or the lHth Jtit.irioliia; me that
tl e hat dAftine iword donated to trie M issinlpil Valley
Hanltar.v 1'alr ha.i been ataJed to me has been receivatl.
mi.lIi a mat a ot conaderatlon Ttotn the t'ltlsaua ot Hu
I.oult la truly jrratrinK, a haviiig uiarrled In thai
rtty.and roanjins Wiej-e tor niaay years, 1 regard It aa a
! only the aoldlerran truly apprerlate thehenont of your
nohlo ellorta in behall o: the .-lanitary Cointnlislon, and
J th-1 tlecta of III kind olllres In ihe amelioration of our
! wants and sulterlm,' are lelt with a irratotiil remeinhrauro
1 throiiiili'tu' ovaty unrt of our vast army. 1 ant, air, very
rcspecuu t', your ooetlleut nerrani,
W. S. IIAHVOCK,
Maior tieuural IT. H. V.
To James K. Yeatman. F.S'i., Cbairtnan of the Kievutlee
Coniiiuitee. WeAtein sanitary t 'i rn :nlAiirn, St. 1uIh,Mo,
P. r. I'teasa send to Mrs. W. M. Jluocock, t'aron
A FAtntFUL Minister. Itev. Joseph II. Ken
nurd, D. P., pastor of tho Tenth Iiaptist Church,
completed the fiftieth anniversary of bis baptism
last Sunday morning. II o has been in the min
istry forty-six years, and has preac hed ten thou
sand sermons. During this period he has bad a
knowledge of three thousand conversions under
bis ministry, had haplizod two thousand and
thirty-three persons, married four thousand and
eighty-nine couple, and attended throe thousand
nine hundred funerals, bosides waiting upou
hundreds of sivk beds, and performing many
other duties connected with his ministry, lie
bas been a pastor of this city sinco 18.it, and
poator of the present church since its organisation
Tun Last or A ItAo-FicKKB. Frederick
Corlins, a rag-gatherer and beggar, aged 75
years, died In Cumberland street, bolow Emerald,
yesterday, from thc effects of intemperance.
Corlins was a widower, aud tor tho last four years
lived ulone. The house In which he lived was
loaded with smoke pipes, old crockery waro,
clothes, huts, &c. On the premises tho Coroner
found two dogs, one of which was dead, having
been starved to doath, six cats, number of
chickens, &c. The house was in the most 111 thy
Tus Sanitaky Commission. The Committee
on Labor and Income of the Great Central Fair
have already paid over to tho Sanitary Commis
sion two hundred thousand dollars, tno third in
stalment of that amount having licen hinlcd
over yesterduy. 1 he reports ol chairmen ol the
different sub-committees are desired as speedily
Local IIhkvitif.s. Colonel Small hasreooived
an ordor from Harrlshurg to havo his regiment,
the 100th, mustered into service for one hundred
days.... George Fritz has been held to answer
the charge of enlisting a colored m tn into the
navy aud retaining $241 of his bounty money.
Mass Mkktino. Tho Journeymen Tailors of
the city, working for tho ready-mndo clothing
stores, announce a mass meeting on Monday
morning, at Fifth and l'rtiuo streets, to titko
action on the scute of prices now allowed theiu.
Counku-Stonk Layino. The corner-stone of
the Nineteenth Street M. K. Church, Nineteenth
and Poplar streets, will he laid on Thursday next.
Itev. Bishop Simpson, D. 1)., will ollluiato on the
Bounty Money. The Ward Bounty of twenty-five
dollars bus been paid to fllty-eight re-cu-listcd
veterans during the past two days.
Tun Bt N(!it or Flo wans. By thk IUnn of
A friend ol mire, who is a tover,
1 chanced, laat Monday, to behottt.
As he most anxiously searched over
A volume hound id blu-t and uold.
Maid he, "I not uotn lovely .lane
A chnrm'tlK bunch or ftowora, to-day,
And nttw 1 at-ek to asi-ertaln
What hlddt-n lauifutiito tliey convoy.
"In that dear nonanay 1 heboid
The lltiueysut-kie s MMirraut liloom.
And see Uie damns Ito.e untold
Close by the yellow dowers of llroome.
That dauutak ruse means 'bashlul lore,'
Ah by tlUs useful book I see;
The Ilulit'ysiif Kle a nitMiittu p-ove
A constant heart's flduli'y.
"Now for the Hroome: why that implies
'Neatness,' and aurely It most be
That by thla hint June would advise
A itester style ol dritss to uiv t
Her timid love, she means to say,
Will thus constancy be bound,
I'll go tu Tower Hall straibtwar,
H'iiere such beuomliiK suns are tuund 1"
The mrirest atock and best assortment of ruthing In
ri.dttdoipliltt constantly on hand, and being rcpleuUhed
l) targe dall atlditlons.
Tnwi r Ham.,
Mo. MS Market Htrtiet,
ItKSsKrr A Co.
Gueat Cknthal O.0TIUN0 IIouse, Stxtb aud
tlreat Ceulral Clothlnii House, Ruth and Market,
tlrcat Ceatral t'lothliiK House, Hlatli antl llarkat.
tlrtat rYulral Clttthtnit Ih.use, HIkUi ami M arket.
flr.-at ('nlral (Utithilni tlouso, 81tu and Mark'it.
tlreat Centra! t'lolltiUK House, SUth and M srkeu
tttettt Central t:liliiliiK House, rtixili aud .Murkau
tlrcat t'etltrtU t'lothliiK HoUee, Hlxth ami Mdlkeu
l.leat t'entral t'lothliiK fltoise, Sixth and M.irket.
tlreat t'entral Clothliiu tlojsu, Hlkth and Market.
Oiesl Oolra I t'liahini: Hoii-e, Hixth antl Market,
lireat C'slitialt'lotliing Hton,e, Hlxtll ant 21rket.
ilnat fl niral I'lotiilni; ilou;t Six (li and Market,
lin-ai th'iinnl fMtitlniik' ilttu-c, SltLth aud Mrket
t.rear. t'eutrelt.'lottili.g liouae, Slxih it id .Uanet.
Creat t't-iltrat Clotliuit; House, Hlxlh anil Market,
lireat t:eottsl Oiiahiioi llo iHe. Hlxlh anil Mtritet.
(treat t'entral ' 'loi Iiiiiu ll'tuse. Hlx'h aul Markt't,
tlreat t'enti all 'IttthiiiK I lull .o, Hlxlh a 'id Msrkot.
t.reatv'entCKM'lothluw HoUie, hlxtll and MirkuU
Wmmiiiukfr & lln-vvu. OnW llrtii.
itnitindticr h Hr-ivu, 0k Hull.
U'ttiiHin ikiY it ltniwit, OA H ill.
WanauiaKtr Itrown, Onk 1111,
H JiiaimtKtT A In iti, Oak Hall
Vat.anHKt'r V ltnwn, Oak IIntL
WaiimnnkiT A Hnin, Oak 1111.
VVaoHuiaktr Ac It row u, Ouk Hull,
w aiiHiiitaktr A ltmwti, ok Hull.
Witnitintikr A lliotvn, onk IlitiL
WtiiiHiliikti1 A Hrii, Oak II nil.
WaiiHiur A Itniwit, Oak Hall.
W ai.aiuak r At Hmwo, o.ik Hail.
W umumfctir A Itruw n, Oak Hull.
A fttiMiuaktir aV Hrown, Oak ll.tll.
WHuaniHkt'r 4 Hr iwn, Otk Ha l.
Wriiiainak r A Itrow n, oak Hall.
V AiiauiHkt'r A ltrun, Oak IUIL
Wa ainakur A Bnmn, Onv Hill
WanuiiiaktT A Itruwn, Oak lliilj,
fltrmuen, in t fit city vtnhlnn trie (Irani (Tttntrnl 'air, nod
crtieim peiHTitll . v 111 tiii thi- tnt t'lililnu and the m t
rvMaoiiai.lf pru't-i at Wanam ui u (V ikh n'.i.
Oak 11 ml.
B K. rorner 8Uth und Market airomta.
Hats. Straw ami m.Ii imts, moNt fnhlaattble
Htlt'H, ttt lattiiif; & Qo. Six.tli und CUesuut
AH liltKN-ItA'IlJKK.-OntlicTth.hyllfv T. 4. I-Vni-h'.
No. inl;i S. 1'root strict, Mr Htl-.iU'.ltC'K I'. H l(
ItKN.ot JUirkt touuty, to ANNA H.VII.ll J-, ul this
ltKMF.STAH-RIMOV.-On the Mhnf .Iuiia. hy Hev. S
V. '1 )tni.H, ra.tr of Hi. rani a .Mei'i Mli-t KinifoJ
C'h'iri h.iit tli pMruiia,t), No. ti'.'-t Catliarnu' Hlrttet, Mr.
Al ltKItT 1(1 MEM AH to Ml. I LOUIS V SI. HIM JN, bolli
RKWKI.L WHITF. On thn fith ln-.t.. hy tti9 It. v.
Tliouian i. Allfii, Mr. MAUKJMUM W. H&Wb.LL to Aliui
L 1IA ANN Wliri.
8IM0.N YOt'NO.-On the 3d of July, hv lluv, R.W.
Th.'inan, Mr. FRKhKKH'K J. SIMON to Mha.VNNIK
VOtMi.buih of tUU city.
C'OI.I.INH. Jnlv 7, of wounds re eleed .it ti e ll ittle of
Rinn,vl aula. II A Itl.KS tll.l.l S H . bed .11 yt rs.
Ill, irleods and those uf Uia iHiuily are invited to attend
his fuuerai. froui III, Uite re,ldem-e, Utla streat, above
1'rentttn avenue, on Monday uiorniau at ft o'clock. To pro
ceed to rrankllii Cemetery.
lll'NT. "reil asleep In Jesus." on tho7tll loi!., JAUKS
III NT, In th;isl year ol his unf.
The rulatives ami irli-nas of the ftmlly art respet-'fiilly
Invited to attend the luneral service Innn his late residence,
o. ItLTi h. Thirteenth street oa ttuuday aflaraoou at 6
JUIINHOV. Killed, Juna Is. 1X6 1, while charirlnii on tho
Kthul works belore t'etersburf. VlrKinla, WIlI.IAH II.
JOH.NHON, of Company K, fist Kes'lumt, P. V., son of
ilavld ftnd Kluahelii Jobksou, axed 'M years aDd 6 months.
MYKIIS. July I, Mrs. KMKMKK MVKK8, In tua wtb.
ear of her age.
Tha ralatlvea and fVlends of tho family aro raapect
fully Invited lo attend her funeral, from ber lata rasldenca,
Jso. fitM Plum streot, Catndeu, N. j., on UuniUy, July 11,
nl t o clock F. M.
NICHOI.HOV. Ofoonautnptlon, Jnlr 7,WII.l.fiV BKR.
KAUli Ulc'llol.HtiN. son of Job and tin Uia MaryAuu
'li bolssin, asad JO years.
Th. friend, of the famllT ara resbectiJly Invfted to at
tend tlui fitoeral, fro ta bla lata reaideotro, No. IJ0A Kuiton
sue, at 1 o cloek on Sunday nitaruoon. Tt procMsd lo Uia
PA1.VF.H On Slith day, S.vanth monlk, CIKOKUE
fl l.u t.U. In Iba tatii year of ht, aire.
The relaUsea and friend, of lb (.rally ara rooiiested lo
ntt.nd bl. funaraJ, froui Uia rosi'lenee of his motbar, at
kaslnor, lealawan oounty, l a., oa liat 4ay njofaing at 10
,lvvi Usai iWUstfalvUsv,
S. VT A. L II A V III R,
nrx'Mcra to w. n. cakktl,
So, 719 0HESNTJT Street,
W I N 1) () W H II A II 12 H,
Wotlre. Treinry fpiirtiiifnt, July 2,
.HM.-Tlte notice for propoKla ror Loan dtU-tl StLh of
Jnnfi, lwi4, for thlrt-thrr million, ofdollrir" (f W,000re'),
tiring ttic amount of onn'-cci((l jffin tin dor tl.e notiu
datfd thc lxth (Gth) of June.U hen-bf withdrawn ftnd
all prnpntaU recoJTrd at this Dfjjartnieot will bo trnrr'-dluti-ly
n (tintHl to ttve utTrr, with the proper ordr upn
whl h tli two r cnt. d poult will bt refundfML
BKreUirr of thr Trrajiury ad interim.
CHILLED IRON SAFE,
OK THK PI KM OP
KVANH A WATHON'H
SHEET IRON SAFE,
The "Irrepressible Conflict" Still Progressing
To fht Citizen of l'httalnltha .
AKirt-alily tu pnvoua utiticp, I ah all now rsvlew the
pAr)i,H)lil'H n ml other oiitutrli' matter un roiitainiyl in tlit
ariloin hcft'ltMl " t'iilla(ltlihta Againht the WorM," and
glchtri hy Oavtd Kvaini,
A Hit-thh-f, when hard puslu d, l the flrvt to cry u jfnn
lh'ft ' o ta the man who hna vittjirtt, ttnHwrd, ami
wroitRfiilly o futed hit ni'luhhor, th llr.tt to cry villain,
aiwl to vlalm tlw poprt.'i tyinputhr.
i he ttrnt proinlnut point lo thla article ti the writer's
vtr) nun' mt preiniiini.
He aatuniea to le l'hlleiiviphla mrrttt and to ntand
aealiikt Uie world only tri-nieiy inoiUstnvvy. This
fomt (havHitf bfr'n replied to by Moxiri. Lilile A Hon
paa over by limply a mini that It la eay te ahw
Unit l.lli e A Hon an mu:h tho 'artrem pairnim of tlili rlty
and Htat of any 8ul' MamiiactnriT In tbe Unltod Htah'H,
aa thy uao no much more material than any other the
pnului-t of thla .State.
Tt.e Bxt point to he noticed la the writer s call en hla
rhi-Ailflphla Iru'tnU t rend an ttraot from Ttia Kvkhimi
Tki.k.ilai-h April Hi. Iit. whleli ahowa home of the
dinerf.it waya the common sufV ia ojnrd. Now, if Uie
roadT wtll refer to the article In Thk Kvkmim; TRi.KdKtir'it
of the 16th, he will tlnd It there atatiHt particularly that
theiw waya were of common oi currence, and that they
were known to hurk'lara; and I now auy the dliferfitt wuva
pointed out were at the time well known to buiMlara, ami
had N en prevl maly (inhlliihed tt the world.
Hut It acema to ault tho wr.ter'a cute t ttiavo out th'iNo
fact In hi relation. He (tdops the prltuMple th tt (lie pl.y
of Jiatntrl mnat be wiltteti, oven tlionn It be ne'eaarr !
leiiveotit nainlet." I let perate endt njulre deaimfate
mnna. and It Ik evident the thief a tutor dooa not like to
stand alone lean, however, offer him thla onHo'ailon,
that notwtthHtnnd'n the dl-poaitiou he haa ahown In
eveiy way to aid the thief, he ha mm with hut 111 aiioeesi.
I do not helleve ht can tlnd n tmi Klar in the country t hut
would evoo thank tilm tor all hU etlnna; for every pro
Ieni4)ual buritUr know a that It he can K' t a hnle into a
Mule lock fie li ail ru-hi; nnu nolens the writer can
le urn the htirKhtr how to drill rhlllod Iron, which I very
niueh doubt, hla oceuputlon In homo.
The next oinl which 1 notice in the very urave iU"ntion
put by tlvc wr ter, wheihfir It la not e titer to drill one am i II
hole through Utile's I 'hnhnl Iron Door thai, twenty holea
through the ooiuninn Hlieet lion !Mr 1
1 he reader Mill A-k any disintereat'd Iron-worker
whethrrheran not drill even twenty tuall hoiea throtiKh
oiie-atMeenth to onA-et:lit Inch aheet Iron intl h easier than
to drill one hole throtich one-and-H-hali to two iuuhita trolld
i-hil ed Iron, and let him antwer the ieation.
The next point which thc writer ullegen aa the cauae of
That fiillie'i a Kent, amnmr others, cal'cd at Uie Con
floltOHtion Itnnk, oil Mr VY. 11. HIiiiipt, hanker ,
Alleidown, and on the Treasurer of the U'uit Ch-tttir
ltailrcad, hayhiK to the littler he could hre.ik Into hln tmnk
and htirt'lar proof naie In live tuttiu'ei ; and to Die two for
mer, tJ.at he could pick their locks, made hy Kvuna A
VYft'fton. In live mlnuti'H.
Now. 1 am the ole rep(.nr,hle auent of thle city
tor l.illie'a san,and 1 pronounce the uhova atateinenia
nhtolutely (al-e. ao far us It appMea to unaeli, aa I am n t
aw are that 1 have hud any conversation with either of the
twol atter part e on the unhurt of sate at all,
una l imve never nmne uuy nwn aiatetnontM, a
are allettcd, to (bo former or any other p-Tion.
Hut 1 take the full remonHihilltv 1 1 all that la nt, hi in hod
lu Thk Tat, koiiai-h of April U'u 1A. fwiilrh can he eK-
amlueil in my printed circular at my ltin t, at anytime,
Ian the article wait taken fr tin that.) and I am prctaroa to
ouMajn every position Uie re tuaile to the aatinfactioai of
. an dUlntereNt. d DTHon.
1 Thua httve 1 reviewed the prominent point a lu tlila artl
' cle, and the writer' retsnna lor hU uuretituale attack
t upon l.l!Iie'H Ha c are lound to ho nun? prete Be, and with -!
out the .nl'dhtent foundation. 'I he rent rauc w ill bo inund
' in a vhort review of the Naie hUtory In iMnladeltmia. It ta
1 a fact well undervtood, that the writer h is realufd a lor
, tune (n the ltt tew yc.irN by mukliiK Male- ol tho llnhtRst
tuuterlal. with ti e clicajieht lock, and in every way -t up
in the che;iKht nmniier, and filled mnli Iv with red eluy
(which co.ia nothinw), to nivu them the appearance of
weitit and solidity, and fl at he h.i. aold tueto Satea at
very hih prhe , niakintt an uxtiav,! ml protli.
Ill la a fuet alito well understood, that within 'helaitt three
jeiirn L'lhe at'hil t Iron Su'e ha lieeii lureU introdu.-e.t
i in this city and Mate, trmi thf nimph fact Uiat intelUteut
men have prtterred a hate that hud one and a half Ut lw-
j itrelaca tM kuerh of aold iron, beinif a ao driil-proor. wth
' a ihoiouuh binular proi i lock, to u ruiu thai had one
teenih to one-tweJfth of un Inch thickneeia ol aheet iron,
wiih the cheatcat coiinnuii look, ami not hui tflar-pr d ul
all, t Hpei iuih when the former C"t lily about (lie (tmij
price a tin- littler.
. How doentl.a writer alten.pl to rt in- dv tiiU difti- ult y
' Not hy improvlnv hla iih ii kuf. but bv an ittiempt ti d;
, fieaiit til te How dm t he do tlf Hu ttrt putdlrly
I aniioitntea that Lillte a Hue U m-IMier tire u r ur'l.r
pioof. ai.d rt puhhflieo nil anaynf tale atntemn'a. Ilrt
' iililiahed h olhT aain inn era, whlrh he knew at the
time had been pahlh-iy prove to be talaA. iSe ' ond, hu
(succeed ill to dup a Iioum , bo had oneoi Lilce' Haiea
! by Miuillur fitlse repreatntationa, to exchange a
! l.fll e'a Hale for Kvana A W.itoii'a. hy elvluu t'leui
I a Hide he aaiVed near ;t' lor, iu exchauite lor LllUe ,
I v Inch cotti H7' ; und since about the Int ol .lanuarv l-tit,
I am toll) he has hp nt much of iim lime in the attempt t
i ih'kMire tl.e Knit In f'rv w ay ; ilrt by aleilontf.tUen hy
' erihfliiif hi. le throng h it havitiu dio-oveied tlniMi had
liol the il-toil huntneas) Ah o the .ot:k, he firtt cl timed
it w aa an iutt iiiLement uron Kvaim A Wii xm i Alpb.ibotl-
cal Ijh k. but aa that wjm n it pa'eiu-d it wamio wuiiin)!
luhtly. to dthiTtxtlt l e l.if-k he Miow thai thn corchiniti-tii
ot the Lin k can be picked up Iron, ttie oullde II a hoi ; cin
he not thretiyh the d Hir l i ihe ri''it pi tee. a tnni'l 'rt ut
dl-covei , which haa been fully answered. Now, why re
in rt to ail thh cirteiniiilie uicanneaa.' Whv not t me
out ffirlv nod '"r',l nd have p-vam A Wa-flon'a Stte
biuci d HittiiLMde oj i. line a, and nave tiuia uiriy teiieii,
I soi 1 1 us to the ir tire and thcl' hurnlaj'-i'rooi ijLia ltief, a-- he
ha Ucn cimlK ined (o d (1'tiii: 'I lit? reutuu l plain.
uili.r Unu'ri that it uMI not do to place t itt
, to 1-1'jih ol an Hi' h thick n "nn ol Kiietd Iran
o.-aiimt m to 3 Inch thiekntoj of hard chilled iron ttt
ataideitr.rtlro or toe bi ffl ir. and "tbi''. whu tlie
M. V flo,i;n, Aent,
No.'I South Sp.VKNll. Ht.eet
1". H. Thf public feht of Safea thai waa eiei tedto
come otl lrtht week Ih mm voidrttily M!tioiiel for a wiK'k or
two. I he article ill the .St't,,a Ditjia'f haf tho Id ol July
will be answered Iu my next. M. C. b., Acut.
Iron !. Kfop It brfure the Plillne
Oelpbla public, Utu I.llllo's so-called Itunjlar-Proof Safes,
Biaiiiifaitureil In Troy, Mew Tork, can be opaned
without nolsa by drilling one small hole Just over the
centre of tlie lock dial and using n small wire. Any
of his Suit, can, by this nutlioil, be opened In one
minute after the bole has been diilkd. Haul hole can be
drilled to from quarter, half, or two hours' time. There I"
no Hafeof hla make In use June 1, lael, which cannot be
drilled aud opened In tlds manner.
Turtle, interested are referred to my Challenge to Llllle,
end other fails relative to bl. Hales, published In the
" North American," June 21, Iwil, nnd "Sunday UU
pnkli," June 111, 1WH.
Notwltlitiandlov the positive assurances given by Mr.
Llllle Ui the public that hla Hafes are arm-proof, persons
desiring to be oouvlnred btve only to call at Kvans
Watson s HaUuander Hat Hture, No. 16 S. Ifourtn street,
where the operation of drilling and opening will be done In
their pretence every morning at W o'clock, until the pub
lic are satisfied that hla Sa'ea can be drilled and opened
without making any noise. 1)AyiD
Of Vis l inn of Cvane A Watson.
leek, at Co.'s Pljsnoeu
STKC'K 4 CO.'S
J. B. oofil.rt,
yeaUi and uuimn (s.
rRKoiis r bbkt it inn "rr.oniiNO&.
It doee (Setter and (Wr wort Uian can be done en any
other Machine, and ever aklpa atlrrbe.
I le Uie only Mahlae Ikat ran make tr.e lock and knot
It I the only Machine having a perfect and uniform Icn-
lon of upper and lower thread.
It la the only Machine hnvintj the rveralhlf feed motion,
enabling the oitcrator to fa-iten Ihe ends of Beiima, thereby
anvinp innch labor.
Il lh tte onlr Machine thai will not vex and annoy lh(
ope rator by -ri-ttlnR wit of order.
It ia Ihe only Machine made on corret t mechanical prin
ciple, without any tprlnjfs togdt out of orI-r, and will la-it
a life time.
There la no other Machine Uiat will do ao wide a rantro
ol work aa thc Plorenor ; rharutca from eoc kind of it itch to
another; ran be made iuatantiy, while the Machine Is Id
It use all klndi of thread, and Hubs, Pcli. Hinds,
Tuck. Jlraidtt, (Vtrds. guilts, Oath em, and Hews oa a
Ituflle at the aame liaie.
It paflMiea so many aJvanlft over all other, that It
la unrvirrsally acknowledged t be Ihe pitrffytion f Saving
There is no rik In buying the Florence, We warrant
every Machine to give entire aatiafactlon, of money re
funded. Haa I dee, we keep them In order, and give Instruc
tion free of charge. The public are Invltod to call and see
UV operations of this perfection of 8ewtn? Machine, It
must be aer n to be apprec iated, and citi you nothing to
trit U mcrrf.
FLOKKSfK SP.WINtl MACUINK COMI'ANV,
Jit. ftIO CHKHNUT Hticet.
tttsMpberry t'ntiewbfa iHsMftrkllae
A IIOM OH.ICIOIi-1 PaiNK,
for ea'e by
Havia A KM-Hsftfi4(
Alf'H AN It TaNTll 11 UK hi.
E. C4. Mhlttinnn A o
Mannfacturera of New and Delicious Oonfe'tlon. Almond
I'aate, ( :boolatt Caramola, (.' reams Ia Mode de
Paris, exquisitely flavored.
IXoaated Jordan AJmonds. Ae., tc
No. 3l Chen nut street, below Fourth.,
1ST TWENTY-IOURTH WARD.
Citizens of the Twenty-Fourth Ward
will nr. IIKLO
ON MONDAY EVENING NEXT, AT 8 O'CLOCK,
At the Commissioners' Hall,
THIKTV-SKVENTII AND MARKET BTHKETS,
Kor thc purpose f adopting the neceaaary measures to
oimp'ete the Ward Enlistments of "ICO I)VYi MEN,"
In accordance with Uie Proclamation (fith Int ) of Uie
Oovemor, and by authority of the (le neral tlovcrnment.
pMii.AHKM'HiA, July 9, lHiH. yl.-'2i
GKOVPsR'B CHK8NUT STREET THEA-TKK.-MON
DA Y, July 4, W4.
Preparations fur Ihe (treat sptclacJo of
OR. THE WON DKKKPL LAMP,
which are now helm,' made, will n-ceaaltate the
HLOMNli OK THK THKATKK
for a abort time, aa many Important cruuiftes In the ma
c.hii eryof the ftaye are to be maJu consequently there
will be no tieriorinniic until the wreat Hne tai Ut 1.1 pro
duced, wldch is expected Ut surpass any previous produc-tt-
n ol the kind ever witnessed in Amorica. Durtiu tlie
cloee theTheatrti Will tte thoroughly renovated. Jy5
4NNTIAL EXCURSION OF THK YOUNG
J Meua C'lirintian Avftoeiatlon to AILANTH! CITT,
MilDAY. July 16, Iwi. Tickets, can be procured
At Ahhniead A Evan,7af4 Chenut utreet; at the Kooms of
tl AociHifou. 1 Kin9 and lull Chetnut str- eLand at the
w hart on the uiorniiw of tke excursion. La.t bout leavi-a
Vu.e street wharf at tio clock . M., precisely. jyKii
alTrrA DELIGHTFUL EXCURSIONS
B I V K It 8 (Ml II V L K I L L .
The RteanlKlsl (JI'NKKAI. 1IOOKKU. (fatfaln MAR
KI.K. leaves Folrmttuni every kuiir fur 8 -liu Iklll II. U'lits.
I.ttur. I Hill, llelmont Cutlnge, tlie alia and Wls.a
hkaon. jl II
KW STYLE ENVELOPES AND PATER
New Htle Knvelopea and Pupor.
MewNtle KmeJimea and Paper.
Heil I. metopes.
New Style 1'npt
r, lied on Kuiirth Paste.
New ile I'spt
Ked tn r mirth I'uKe.
Sew Hlsle I'ttper. Ited on I'onrlh lV-ie
iNew Hivle Paper. Heil on Fourth I'ao.
Mnntilat-tiirt d and fi-r Sale
At MAtlKK H, So.31t.(JIIKHNlT Hireet.
At MAtil.K H, No.lllbCIIKSSTT Slrael.
K.ber retlills, at .11 AUKK 8,
No. JIC CIIKHMCT Street.
The KBiile I't m ils, at M AllKK'M.
l'i in. lis for tle, In lurjje or suisl oiiaiiiiiles.
i)!Wl Ko.,'ll6L'IIKsNI'l Htreel.
No. CUKKNl'T 8THKKT,
This House Is kept on the Kiirnpenn Plan; the Itooms
are convenient and well ventilated. The Uestauraut oiler,
all ItiMiiles of Ihe season.
jy'i liu JUS). STEtTAt'HKIl, Proprietor.
pOR THE ARMY AND NAVY.
KVANH aft IIAHHALL,
No. 418 ARCIi BTRKKT,
Manners, IteKimenUl And Company Flags, B words,
Hashes, hcits, Passants, Kpaulets, llau. Caps, Canteens,
Ilaveraaets, Camp Kits. Field Ulasaos, Spurs, and every
u'llng pertaining to the complete ontflt of Army and 5avy
A liberal discount allowed to the trade. myl0-3m
II. FOHTE 11.
IVO. 44.3 IV. TIIIltr Htreots
rAUCY VEKA8DAJ1S 70 WINDOWS,
Alt kinds ef work done prusopl!, and attsaded ts er
auaalij , bj
JOBKPH H. F08TKR,
e. 43 N. IlIIKD ITBKBT,
gEIDESBUEO MACHINE WOEES,
No. US IV. FKONT HXIVIiET,
We are irepared lo AU ertlara lo any extant tbr ear well-
HA0B1MKBT FOI COTTOH AMD W00IJIH HILLS,
Irvtladinf all reeeM laaprotremeala la Oardlssf, Bplausof ,
We lf tu Ui sUeoliMi of aiaatifttcturen Is our oxiaav
Ml ALFHtO JtNKB BON.
n a n o o n
it K A I.
rt k a i.
1 HTAT V..
K HTAT 11.
$5,000,000 WORTH TOR SALE.
$5,000,000 WORTH FOR SALE.
"' GEORGE 0. MILLER,
rrat llcal Real Kslaie Oi eis'or (for lite last 90 ear,,)
No. 15 1 N. MXTII BTBEKT.
Tlie eery hesl first ( lass rellaltle Ileal K'sla Afrnncr to
be fttitnd In this t Hi inalNtt 1 l M MIX I'll street
lluntlte.1, antl tin nssnds s-f tlt.llsrs wurtlt uf Itesl K.stste
solfl wieklT. a Isi t sitnttlrent that hoth rtuver, as ,fHis
stO.trs knttw ss In it- l.j rtitl 10 have ti elr iiir(nfsitiisvi t-r'tl.
GtOllSrM.K LOW, OK KXCIIAMJK .tJJl
Nest Conlilty fst itt. with c.tutl Iniitntv.ntt-iils, Is
ant a nt e relit 1 ait1. ft.ttr inn! n Itsll mil' . Irwn Mm k t
sln-el tirittiie. on tl.iverf .nl strsl. III Itit- fwent) Intirth
Vv artl. l'asbenf r liiuimnil ss it iltt raili-.
IlKOKHK '. Mll.l l.lt.
No I..I N.isl X'l II sireet.
Gl'OH WALK - nit.ST-Cl.ASH l'ltorKK
TIKH: Arrlt.ea.lof Islti.K.'.fty '(SSIti ClierTT. I'rfre T. OHO.
S . W. ctsriit-r 'f liir'l ano llsrmenv etttirl; four sl'try ; 7J
be IvO. 1'llte t.i .! . Wt.ts si
'rhrsntit. west nt .seventeenth,? by US). Trite. gwl Orx
f1l sse.sf tvhesiiul street, dnuble bouse. I'rlt-e, S MtD N).
fin west Spnif. street, 'i hy lti lo a sireet. Trice,
t'nrrar F.lrhlh at.tl roninr. ?1 bf It t, and wMnnlnn fsi M
ft t-t on Ihe tear. I'rlee, l.'.,MSl.
Chesnilt. anst nl Mlmt etilli, 10 hy 1?V ITI. e. U,'0
'I till tl, sttuiii t,i Art:h, brown stone Htor'i I'rite Slo.iXS).
On west lni an HinMre, Itrown attttie. I'rlee, Mh.isi).
Itrttad Street, si'ti'li t.f lllrard avt-ntts. I'rl'-e,
t hesout.esst nf lentli, nurth side, hy 17u 1'rhse,
Ar-'h street, splendid Inrire Rtore antl Ilwellln in the
mn-t tttisllit ss p"t-ti"D. tty 111. Trire, a.ts.oisi.
lit aides, huiitln-dh ttf others at lower figures, Iterated in
U.e iholCfsl lion tins of the city.
tlKOUtlF. (' MIU.KR,
TraoUeal Ileal Kstntelipsral.tr,
Wo. I. 'el N. HI VI H Htreel.
f M'I.KM)I FIRST CLASS LAKOK.
liwt l it,L'. ai.tiih shle Hummer ,'r-et, west ol His
t nth . Klt'Hiit iH-nrlihtirlitsKl. Twelve rteitns. lt and
iHiiliilint '.ss ttei tiunt hylll teet da -p to Hptlnc street.
I'm e Ill.ISS), Itnrut'iliaie teissesslon.
CKOHt.K '' MIT t.KK,
Real l.state Airent and Hnser,
No. M N. HI.V Til Hireet.
F.I, I (JANT FOUK STOUY DWKI.l.INO,
wis. nt S.'veiitrenlh, marble up the flrst story.
1 illes.ii rooms. Lot tl hy V, to a street. Trse lii'sl().
IIKHIttlK C. Ml'. I. Kit.
Reel Kslaie Aiesul snil Broker,
No. 1.1 N. Nixrll Street.
f VlillY ,M'I,KM)I1) FOUR STORY
Irtinn Htntie I runt liwelllinr north sule of me
stit-ei, east of I ok-au s.itiare. llfteon ruxtuis. Lot w
Heal I, slate Ag.-nl iiml llrnker,
No. IM N . HI I'll Hireet.
af MACiNIl' K'KNT FOUR STORY HROWN'
Lii Hlone I rolil list illlnir, on West Lfwan Hitire. Hl'-
Lot fi leel fron'. by Itit liM-t tlettp. Price
IlKtlltur. V. Mil. I. Kit,
Ileal Kstate Ai.'etit and I'.rokar,
No. I.'tt N. SIX I'll HtreeL
GVFRY M'l.F.NIHD FIRST-CLASS FOl'R
stors brown stone fn.tit HWKI1.IMI, on SI'ltlft'K,
v est ot hos eiilet ntli. Kifieeu rooms. Lota! by lisu'eel
deep, le a streo. Prnre Sil.00t. An oleM.nt properly,
linlsliej uvoioslte'iy tlirouhotlU
OKOItllK C. MII.I.KK.
Kt'aliateAitent ami ltrokr,
No. l.'rl N. HlX l il Hireet.
FOR SAI.K.-TAKK WARNINO. fiOI.I)
lining it. antl so Is real earn e. lo not dt-far the
piiiit.a.seiil iirojM-rty another hour, ror the greatest sucrl
ihsi'S sud baruams ol the uijo, rsll f.T
M11.LI.K S1 l ataloidie. at
No.l.'il N. HI X I It Hireet.
FOR SAM:. KVl'.RY 1'F.RSON 1H-
JSkslrlinr to piir. l.ase Henl Kstate, are always sure to
consult AIIl.LF.lt s Monthly Lnlalogue, gratuitously dls
Isn.lM N.B1XTH Street,
ft TO HI NT OR FOR 8AI.K, FIRr
jLiclasa aide artl llw elling. No 4ti; N. Finn street.
Keiit f t'OU. I'rlee ltl, sjO; a 'reat sacrtnee.
liKilltHS, 0. MII.I.RIt,
Ileal K-tate Airent and Rroser,
No V4 N. SIXTH Strtset.
ff-ff FOR SALi;. OKHAT HAROAIN AND
immediate pt 'ssion, cleirsnt larite tour-story I woll
llit. No. 17UH Itsce street. Fourteen large rtisius. Lot
rl by luifeetdtop. 1'ilcc hmjo. MII.I.KII,
no i t. is .
SIX I'll K'reet.
f$ HVK 1'KKKKCT SACRIFICES. FIVK
Jtilrpe four-1 t .ry iiWI'.Ll.INUM, iiain browo -ilonc
hiuI l li ion I'ruiit" up tu tlift tirt ntory. I.u ated on
HKOAIi, alKTe .Iftlvrnoii s'ret. Ku'titeon nKtnn, Lot
IM ami I'Mi ol frnti oyvi ftit c1-, to tl Hire-., l'rifo
$lo,(4 aitd tlv.'0r er, for cac-li .
IloHidfii hiitulieiiH or ntiiorH. Int nnntion of which can be
tiailatDiyuillce. Any pernon wlhtiin; to pnn lttifl wltlior
for invpstmont or i npHiiev, fhinld not fttil tora'l, aa I
havealwava 100 IhcI1idki of wMcti immr.K'ite ik maiuihiou
can tie had. (1KOICOK C. MII.I.KK,
1'rarllcal Real KMato Ojrwatt.r (for the last Ji) voarn).
M. l.vi N. MAI II Hirtft.
Cut tlili out fir future reference
WANTF.l) FOR AN
d cltl' n.
No SrUS.TIIIBIl Street.
M'ANTl l), WITH IMMKWATp: POS-
sefslon.an titlire suitable tor an Insurance Comoaur,
siiuute natween sis onn. and sixin ana ss air ut ami untss
niit streets. Ap.ilt lo Itus No. lotr, Pllilstleliitii.l Post
tltllre. j ;;it
FOR SALE AND TO LET.
COUNTUY SKAT FOR 8AI.K A 2k
plundid CMtnlrr iithliliice, with all modoru -X
nvcnlt'iictiit nit'i Unacti'ttof u round, half a uillb from
Ken neu H.uur, wml udeolniitK J',Knt ntatidlon ofltayard
Taylor. It will le told nt (treat nneriilee Uf uffdltora,
Itallniad and t'laatali u Irhln riilfn mlnntoa' ride. Apply
to V.ll.rAIM'rlt, or W 11. WaODKLL, Ktq , Went
i'lie-ter.ra., ur.l.HSm 11UKY, Haiuortou Penna. Ja4
FOR SALE. $50,000 WORTH IN GOOD
Ilotiteit. Iaxlh and am .11, on termi to ault piimhaaen.
iorlihor without Inruiubrancf, for oaith and irood
trade. In)ulre nt, from li) t li o cloclt, A. M.
THOH.M. I'L'-t WMAN Ho. iiOJ t. KOUKTII Street.
Hl.WARU. TUK HOARD OF
Ci A.H1'ri'sld. i:ta of the City Pa-erncer Halwayi
lU-rh a prfuiinm oi I iv-Hnmlu'it dtara tor a plan, lo
be at'i'rovod by a ''ijimittte of tin Hoard, for th prfven
tnn nl In ury to i"-t n )y tin- mniilnx uf tits ctira ot tlie
City Kail May a. tor i .nrticnit.ru. m.inrc ot
HI.NKV CKtHKKY, Srei-y,
)j7-3l 1KI.AWAHK Awnue, bluw tlreou airoeL
T OST. CKRTIKICATE NO. ia, DATED
I J Jaly l'r, ImU f r mi hlmrf of tl e fapltnl ftlock of the
Hwond and Thtr: Sim u rastentfiT Itaiiway Compinv, In
the nsme ot M . il It.sl ey. An applint'ou hat be-n mnlo
t i tlm CotnpHD) ior a new C rtiti. te. tb- flntlr wiU
pleane return the iamf to the OfiVe ot the Comiitny. nr to
.,.'ji ri ii Uikit'i' L- i ivlnti
IOUIl A (Mil UN
11 lll.l.sllKI) II V
JAMES K SIMON,
No. m. hixth hiiloi,
I II I I. A U H I. I' II I A.
Tliese BIO;BaI'IIIKS are tan-lulu coiupil. d. wllU lit
terestiiir Irclttetn. t. tltf caruer of snine of tlie foremii
commercial west ttt this t'oinuiiiiilty. l'Mty-.cven Htr,oiial
sketeties.'are comi risrd In thf work, tom-thsr with au la
Irotluollon and an Lsa on "I'KIISONAL I'UOSPKHirV
OF MKKCIIAN'1 .1." Illuslrsltil Kltli aertiral atotirala
1'urUalLs on 8tM I. Every rbllstleltnali slioultl srvttre a
crtjr of title WOKF. jy'i stntli :t
IN THK OliniANS' COI KI KOlt TUB
tltv sad CouiiK uf I liilittltliilils.
Kslatrol I l.l.Attl I II W U I K, docnasfd
Tlie Auditor Mfts.ntt'd ti sud.i. ta t-'f, untl ailjnslthe
first and final act ttnni uf I'AI'I.K'K l.M'V, l-'xtciitar ol
tlie last will ami tfsii liient of KI.I7. sltK I'll Will I'K, tto-ct-asd,
antl rt-port iisirilniti.il of thr b lUnct. rttnisuiiiiit la
Ma hsntls, will met' ll,"i'irl)s ititurrstml lurthf Ditnttises tf
his ai.ponilmt'iit, t.ii Tl F.S1) Y, Jul) I.1, A. It IstU.atll
0 clock A. M .at l is ..ill. e. H. K. culler of 'l lllltU and
1 ll KSNI'T Hlreets. I'lnlatelibla.
Jeiu-lhstuihsAt CLW.JM VIS, Auditor.
ij;STATK OF SUI'HIA O. HKUEKTON,
J I a tstmir.
The Antlttor ainolitlt1 by tlie Orplians' Court of tlief'lty
and County of Pliiladt'litliia lo au.l.t. asttlea ami udj'ul the
first and final acct t uf KOHKIf l'tl Will I K. Guardian
ol tlm Kitul. ot Hlll'IIIA U. IIKIlKK'rtlN.a minor, an.l to
report iltsiiihntltin.H ill uitfot tlm nurtlcs intcrcstttd for ihe
lui poet's ot Ins ailntiiit'lit,t'li MDNHAY. July II, l6l,
at lut, o'oltit k A. M . ut his Olllco, Is'o. 717 WALNUT
Mr uol, In the l lty ol 1'liiiad. Ijtliia
Ift'lO tlistu .'it Auditor.
IL CLOTHS OFKVKHY VARIETY,
InauulactiU't-d ut.d fur sale by
1IKKWHTKII, H AVI LI. CO.,
IsH lin .o. : DOCK Street, lMillaiL
1 EXPLOSIONS. LUT KVKRV MAN VfaO
1 i owns a Hteam ItolItT read tills notlre,
Ashoroft s Low Water lietoctor never fails to irrve from
one-half to two hours' warning, as doslred, that tha
wats la aettlng low In the holler, and that dani-r I, ao
pruaclilBs:. The Instrument requires no oare.ajid la war
raatttd In evory Inslanoe.
Also, Mt.am and Water Centos, with Boetck tflase
tubes, eelhcleansiuf Kauye-eoek,, Ae.
H.-nd for circular eomaUilm l-ailadelpkla leltera and
Cir. alsrs. AUOI'HTtli, s). HATTl-HA,
rfllE RUI5SCRIBKR8 II AYR A8HOCIATKB
1 themserfoe tos;sther under the ttrsa of HOLrOsI,
KYKHMAN At CO., aud WIU eonllnua tlie Oar Hulldlns
riustii.ss la all Ita branches, at tho old eetahltsluussmt.
Cornen 1WENTT riltBT and U A WILTON Srreu.
joHBeu u. mn-Tosf,
UaVikuK K. UlsLSalAJi.
Jyl-lm O. w. L'UI LPS.
CTUR0K8 FK08T, No. MKCHA-NIO
O Sueet, Newark, N.J. .wa.lt ''t"f"2J
parte of the United NutM to aWI ti..! kVjwot ,''m?f'
Address as aho... with two and thr"
troularaiid serms. usik.t.i
itU.HMlWI' - H' Uh1"
JffBLnJ8l KUSLLNS!! MTJSLTHSItl
AT LF.sa THAW CASK HUOKS.
Tl,',t make. ll,r, S d Wnsllns, New l ost MINI Waae
eulU,rorret.lale, ll.i:.iws' I alls. Hoesakeeper, Bnler
prlae, and ItaMlr.
Vriibarhed Muslins. W uplo7ic. ysrtf.
All-weoi and Hornet Flannels, at lias than bale prtesM.
Vine Quality whit" Brinisnis, 'i0 and HOC. yard, oanaot
be Iraponed al less than .ic.
Fine quality Jaconet, Hwiss.an l NalnS H,t Muslins, rer
lod es' (IsHbsldl rtisdles.
l.lneo ( ra.b, H.JO.n, and?.v. yar l.
PltiK. bin , and atrawrolor Tartelau, f sr covtsrtng.
H I Mos.tilto llitr Nettlnii.
SIIV Hun t tnbri'l s, II 7D. Hi, to, eon-.t,
lllack Mnf.air Witts, .11. W Hi, 75.90, and SI.
Fins qnslll) Moltslr Milts. l'7.'p, and ?.
I. a. Il- ,' and (.ems' llo-l ry, at lass thau ltirlere
La Ilea antl lien a Llntsn ( ainbrl lUkfi.
Palm l.mi'lans.n. 1 .1. J"),2.'t. , sW. and SS,
Llnt u Fans, :'l , tl, W, 6H, , and 7i.
TEIGE & WOOD,
r. IS. IN TIHTII HT..
N. II. I.ADIW A NO MISSl:S
Ices than Manufacturers' price..
HD'IP HKIKTS, al
,1 KUOTH Kit, COKNKR TKNTU
1'INK, havB ju.t mrc,vi J1AHUAINH from
1 cum' 4 4 Oruawly l,ti Rood iiuallty, 7tc.
j tit Sttmm.T halinnral .Hkirtn. ii
.". nta Hwlsi Htrtpe Mimllnj, for tlantti, W, ), an4
lot (.lain HwIm MnOiiii. for do, :1e. to$l.
1 )! will.- 8 tripod Milrn-d MunNn,
1 lot iif w yin Linen ( Kmbroul relf Collara tm4
J lot very fine edliwort Hwlai Kdt'M, fiJScto $1.
I lut Narrow Cambric KiltMn, (vrry Hri-), 'WCe
;i lota tiDi Cambric IntrHtUiL-i. tV.",c. toll.
lot l.atliPB' torurd-border Llnou ilandkorclileik,
ll.it Of nt' llomtued, corded-border, Linen llandker
1 lot L flirt.' rerv flne L'nle Thread Under Vmu, lfUi.
1 lot I a-lira li -l? -Ih-frtd uttk-ton (llovoa, ?Oc.
lot While all bo i U.l Hllk, No M, ltihbonn,
1 lot extra bav, donhlu bolli-d, o. 6, HUck Kik
1 lot wide Tarlotain, for Mosquito Nettinirn, 2V.
1 M 4-4 MoaffiiHo Nfttlttira. all Co lorn. 12
1 lot flnet quality OrmaiUuo Vel1i,ri0c. worth tl'M,
1 lot lt ri'BKe Veil, natln hordt-rn. aU colon, (JOc.
1 dt Mn LlnnnNhlrt rmnta. only !lc.
ll' tllovii' KiiHlh Spotted Cotton lluud&erchiefj, oaijr
Alio Hrimhoti, f 'ornbt, Laet, llnlr and Waterfall Ne4
ColoKnca, Ktrurt, Trim minus, and Notion., la grwu
a riot . alwava at b'n tlina rju)tr prlc1. U
1HKA1' DRY OOODS, CARFKTS. Oil
J Cloths, Matlua,and Window Nhadea.
V. K. AKCHAWBWLT,
N. H.romor r.l.KVENTII and M AKKK 1' Hi ta.
Will open, tlili niorriiur. from au-t'on, lntrra'tt Carp eta,
all wool, at l,l J...MX7.M .'.o.tlYii, i ;ftl rt aud t.
Inirriilli Oarpt'ts. wuol UMIIiiK, 7.'ic.
Ili'inp Crtrin-th, 0-)c.
K.ntrr and Stair Carpets, 7tc. to H'fW.
HtHi'r OM C-ti, 70,-, to 9 1.
(.IU Hordered Wir4 w ntiadea. IIM to .
Whheaiid hi d Cli.-.-k Mmiing, So and 6Jc.
Burt and tlrren Hbadtnif. ':.
CIIKAP IKV IIOOl.S AX1 TIVMlN(li.
MuftUns in great vtirletv from to ) cenu; WIiVi
Slie.-tliist and I'lllow Musilos, tiic. to $1'.(T Now Tesfc
MIIIh Hhiii, 7-c.
Trtblc Linens. $1 to f 175.
Crah, 16 to 7 rents.
Tab'e Covers, to $:.ri0,
Alparni, all colors, it, to 7c. ; ltla k and Wool Delalaea.
Hunirir Shawls. $-f00 to $6.
lannHs. 4,11- to $1 ; Lawns, 40c. ; Ooata' Bpool Oottoa.
ltcrnis; HMrt ltranl , Hr.-mi ; Pin, .c ; Hooks and Kvm,
X ri:ts. Ledit'h' mid Ueuts' C-ft-n stork inns, 1H toaite
Wlmlea'e nnd Koiall Store, N. L. comer KLKVKNTS
and M A UK KT Htn Hw . Jy.-
U 1ST IV O H I H K!U-
We refund the money. If desired, for erery lot of 8Mrta
wblch fall In any roapeot.
CUT LKNGTHWIHK MUSLIN.
Made of New York Mills Muslin, and vary floe Unea
Bosoms. Only t OO.
Wllllauisvtlle Mtlli MusUn. and flue Linen Bosenu,
GKNTI.F.MEN'S FURNISHING OOODS.
H3IITH to JACX)HH,
ny4-i9 No. V4'4Q CHLHNUT Btraat.1
iO-44 ClIKShCT 8TKERT,
The attention of LADIES VIH1TINO THR
f'lTY.nr those about LKAVlN; It for" Watrr
iiid riares,' or "the Coaatry,' Is respe tfnllT
invlud to the etonnltt stork of WHITE
ClinlxS sttltablp lor HI'MMKU WEAR, foe
WUllK aUUDlKH, M&HN1NO WUAPFKltS,
An extensive assortment Is oiTm-ed tn Laea
am) Worfce.1 hsduiiuis and ln-ertlns. Vails,
llnnoktircliiels. Collars, NlneTCH.and IniiUia
and fanry )Maid, Hirlil, and r-'lirured White
Ooods AT PKICKH MUCH HKLOW Tiiittal
1'llKhKNT NKTnlL VALtK.
lii rnnted Linen Camlirtc Uressea.
1K pittas l'uiled, Tucked, anddUlvod Mus
lins. 104 UIWtBnT 8TRV RT.
1L0AK.S.1 CLOAKS!! CLOA&SII1
CLOAKS I CLOAKS 1 1 CI.OAKBtll
CUIAKSI CLOAKHII CLOAKS) I II
CIXIAK8I CLOAKS 1 1 CLOAKSIII
CLOAKS! CLOAKS It CLOAKSIII
WE Klt.UTH STRF.KT CLOAK RsMPOKrVaf,
THK KItlllTII HTHKtT CI)AK EWPOmUs.
THK KIUUTU BTKKKT t'Liff KMl"OHIUM.
Tlili HttllTU HTKKBX fJLOAK Batl-VKlQati
o ins H. ElOflTa Street,
Mo. HN. KIOUTU StreeC
rso.XKI N.EUlIITa Strati.
t Al.l. AND I'l'flDIIAHK,
CALL AMI I'lHtCllAHB.
CALL AXll rtllit'UAtis.
VTM A K'
sn.iiin siifKKT cloak ETrrouiun.
tto.smn. llfm TU Street.
iLOAKS, COATS, AND MANTILLAS.
Lathes .ltns; to dress wtall and eoonoiulc.lt?-. win
fft.il It toll.t'lr sdssutai: Ut visit tht. Mammoth Cloak and
slHinllla r.itil'oiiiiui ot airs. IIKNIIY, Nos. 3 and 40 N.
MN1II Hirfet, bt'iuw A'cli, whoro are to bo had all Uia
luicst Tarts aitj l.om..n atk. at prices that wdl eo.tuai
tlis-ir imuifdiaie disMal.
N.lt.-A l.atiils.tniH asaortmt-nt of T.atlfee' aad Oentkfr
inotrs Wrapps:la. Htiawla. ami Laos slaiullla.
ai.l-;im Nos a. tt til N. NIMH Street.
Manufactory. So. UM Alii II Street,
Auore tsixtn street,
Wliolesale and KetufL
Tha most com stele assortment of ladles, Mlssee', and
fhildien's ll.ap hkirts In tho city. In every respect first
class, which for si vie, tinteu, durability, and cueapnvsa.
bev no e.iial tn the market.
fcklrts made lo older, altered, and repaired.
tot-ly WJd.T. IIOTKl-NII.
pBEBIDENTIAL 0 AM PAIGN.
BANNERS AND TRANSPARENCIES,
war. f. Hciiioiiina.
No. 49 6. THIRD STREET,
' Above Chesout. rUUdalpata.
Political CaBwaifB Claba Sited out with Laart out '
Badses, Batiusrs, and riaa, at nast.naole nl. J rk u
Jo, 47 B. THIRD 8TRTET,.U ANL
abo vi cmm",,,,, ' ,
fklw'- 't. a ' i
FAIIY 4 BROTIKFmlTl.!l,r
B0USB, ilOl. AvHO OBXAjukHTAL PAI.K.Afi. u
Oratmlnc, Olaahtf, OUdaBf M OlaM, Tiilmh'