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THE DAILY EVENING TELEGR APH. PIItL ADHLPIII A, I WKDNESI) AY, i JULY 20 1864;
A IAILT irrXRNOOK KEW8PAPE.
, OFFICE No. 108 sTtHIRD STREET.
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Him Two Mourn, In variably la advenoe for the period
Adrot owenta biearerd el the nana) rats, A liberal
hirst ft seent mode fcr biH insertions.
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Tto aMk-e run be taken of Anonywioos CotnmnntratlnrS.
Itlutsvnr Is mtenrted for tiMTU m mint be authen-l -tied
tiy the name aad ihlifR of the writer not noi.aArlt tor
OuhlN-atior,. bet as aaerantea tor hla -n.d lai'li. He
r oannot audertako to return rejected Corumtinwatloui.
, ftwtn to the treat Increase In the Circulation of Tun
iMhiKo Tat hohai-h, compelling us to ko to pres. at on
early hoar, we ura-ently rrtuent that ndvcrtliomr-ttta m
be hemletl In on " 10 n clin k, II pujlblc, to secure
, taem on Insertion In all of our editions.
WEDNESDAY, JULY 20, 186-i.
We have the profuumleet ropcct for the
toldlert And sailors who have been physically
Wounded and disabled while diifen.ltnn the
v Interests and honor of the nation. Their p
' trio m la attested by deed, which always
(peak loader than professions ; and with less
to gain, and more to sacrifice, than a minority
of their fellow -citizens who take no part In
the peril of a war for the national welfare,
they seldom look for any other reward than
the approval of their own consciences and the
grateful regard of their countrymen. Until
this unhappy civil conflict, the United States
had bnt few Invalided soldiers and sailors
to take care of, and hence a small nuval and
military asylum here and there has sufficed to
make entirely comfortable all tbo brave and
Worthy valetudinarians whose honorable scars
or broken constitutions were won In heroic
encounters with the enemies of " the Stan
and Stripes," either on the land or the ocean.
But the Southern Rebellion has necessarily
wrought marvellous change In our army
and navy. It has vastly Increased both in
men and material of all kinds, and the saddest
result of the unnatural strife consists in the
fearral numbers of crippled patriots who have
been added to our military and naval pension
roll within the last three years and a half.
These now helpless and most deserving per
sons must be promptly and adequately pro
Tided for by the nation, and there Is, we ven
ture to assert, not a single truly loyal and
sympathetic bosom in all this land that will
not cordially respond to any proposition for
affording them a prompt, generous, and per
manent relief during the remnant of their
Small and temporary local hospitals, such
as we now have, will not answer the emer
gency. They are well eneugh in their way
and have been of incalculable benefit to the
lick and mutilated heroes who are carried to
them for medical treatment directly from the
battle-fields. But what the future will de
mand when the war Is over Is not hospitals,
but homes for the decayed soldiers and
sailors of the country. That requisition will
be most satisfactorily met by one grand
national asylum, ample and commodious
enough to lodge all the totally disabled
oldlers and sailors of the army and navy of
the United States, and with grounds of such
extent as will allow the Inmates freedom
enough for exercise out of doors, and even
supply the establishment with farm produce
enough to satisfy all its own wants.
Other nations have long since created such
sanctuaries for the brave men who have grown
' old or become invalided In their military ser
vice. But none, not excepting either France
or England, have yet erected any such institu
tions as our present and prospective necessi
ties win call for.
We are glad to see, therefore, that a memo
rial Is now in circulation fcr signature, which
petitions Congress for an appropriation to
found and support a "National Home," of the
kind we have described, and we subjoin it
here In order that our readers may be aware
of what la proposed to be done, and be put In
the way of giving the sanction of their
names, at least, to so meritorious and benevo
lent an enterprise. The memorial reads as
" To the Ijfenat and lloust of Hepresentatires in
" ConaruM attembM :
" The undersigned citUeimof the United States
rt-spei-tt tally represent tbut tlio inturttsu of the
country, in their judgement, require the pashitge
of bill appropriating money for tUo founding
and support of a National Home for Totally
' lHtabttd .Widen and Satlort of the Army and
Navy of tbe United States.
" Yonr memorialists, therefore, respectfully
" ai-k Congress to make a suitable appropriation,
M or to take men other action in reference to the
tul'ject as the Heprcaeniutives of tbe people and
" ib States shall dotni proper to promote an
' object of each vast national importance, and so
" uieKnaiit with tbe intere-ts of thoua.tnd of
' ciiiMsns of the Union who have given nil their
Ijcft energies to their country, and wbo have
" hcen rendered lielpluxs by such Uevotea scr
vice." Before Cougress next meets, the people
everywhere should sln this appeal, and we
have no doubt that the national legislature
will cheerfully and lihorally respond to it. Ic
Is said that an aroplo site for the projected
asylum, with some buildings, has already been
secured on the left bauk of the Hudson, a few
Diiles from New York.
Clitiuea are a remnrlublo feature of society.
lan Is a social being, but ho hits a propensity
fi.rtUtiucUig his direct social influence within a
limited circle, or of operating through those
w ho compose such a circle, uon tho mass ol
the community. The collection of Individuals
be. gathers around him is conventionally de
signated a "clique." We all understand what
Is couveyed by this term. We have felt and
Complained of the dominance of this kiud
of tyranny, not only In politics, but iu fashion
ih journalism, and even in tbo home asdocliv
tiuiis, which the inexperienced mlud might
suppose to be free from any invidious distiuc
tions. There is, therefore, no necessity for a
definition, and we shs.ll proceed at once to
peak our mind in regard to what we consider
nuisance, that ought to be abolished, not by
legislative enactment, but by the sensiblo flat
First, let us consider the political clique
Under this bead we may include that wheel
within a wheel, a caucus within a caucus.
John Smith Is a professional politician, fie Is
a nan who Is said to carry a certain Ward
in his pocket," and to control its decisions
as Lf be wens Its king. How Is this astound-
' log condition of things brought about t It is
not possible that tbe men of wealth and po
sition la that Ward are dispose,) to acknow
ledge the dictation of Mr. John Bmiih, or a
, half-dosen of tbe members of that ubiquitous
family. Clique explains It all. John Is an
active politician, and has gathered around
him a number of subordinates In the same
' business, wbo act as bis instruments, and mul
tiply their vote among their neighbors, and
thus override all tbe bonest calculations of
the really responsible men of tbe Ward.
A large clique, based upon tbe same pria-
clplea, controls the municipal flections
throughout the city, and a still more ex
tended circle manages to take from the con
trol of the masses all nominations for State or
Federal offices, nd to dictate to them how to
east that vote which they consider the dearest
prlvllego of freemen. This Is humiliating to
think of, but must be admitted to be perfectly
a matter of fact. Our political affairs am
governed by cliques.
Then, in the world of fashion, who Is it that
Imposes upon the great mass of society the
absurdities we witness on the promenade?
Do our beaux and belles consider what is con
venient, comfortaMo, tasteful, or beautiful t
Not at all; they content themselves with tho
quehtlon, What Is fashionable? And who
wields the sceptre In tho matter of maimers
and garments t A clique, undoubtedly ; per
haps composed of ladles and gontlemen of
taste and Ingenuity, but lust as likely to com
prise those who are utterly devoid of those
qualities. Those who duslte to be a fa mo'f
do not stop to inquire as to the origin of the
style, but follow the example set with as close
mimicry as the Chinese tailor when he
finished the coat with a patch. Tlicro is no
dispute, we believe, In reference to the entire
domination of cliques In the regulation of
what we wear.
As to journalism, it is difficult for us to
speak upon a subject of so much delicacy, and
in which we have no especial interest. But
we do not hesitate to say that, in many In
stances, we have seen the influence of tho
clique in the regulation of leading newspapers
reaching a degree of subserviency which ren
ders sheets, otherwise respectable, only worthy
of contempt. Not only havo combinations of
men governed the course of individual papers,
and, to suit their private ends, guided them in
the worst possible channels, but the force
exerted upon several journals at a time for the
same purpose Is often so conspicuous, that
there Is no other conclusion than thecommou
senso one, that the clique has been at work.
But upon this portion of the subject we will
not extend our remarks.
In our ordinary social circles we m?et
cllqttes at every turn. There Is the "Tickle
me and I'll tickle you," In the clubs of promi
nent men, which has begun to be appreciated
generally, and excites uhusual comment. The
toadyism of certain circles has been mani
fested In ho many Instances that the commu
nity who read the reports paraded la .he
journals of the day, have at last awakened to
the consideration of the means by which they
were brought before the public. Now, a
publisher wins distinction in his peculiar
sphere, and he muxt be feasted. Accordingly
there Is a gathering of his peculiar friends,
and they play the toady, In the fond expecta
tion that the time may come when they too
may eijoy the same ovation. I
Then a man who has some prominence as a
politician, needs the bolstering of a clique,
and bis social connections are invoked to
bring him into a lofty position before his fellow-men.
Ferhaps the chosen one Is distin
guished In the walks of science. The clique
takes him and crowns hi brows with Immor
tal wreaths. Ferchance he Is a man of weal th ;
and, oh, what a degree of sycophancy will be
lavished upon him by a clique who have great
hopes of profiting by such company I But this
will do for an evil which all feel, and have long
SCBHCRIPTION PBICE OF NEWrll'APF.IW.
All the Western journals have raised the price
of thtair papers In consequence of the unpre
cedented rise in the cost of material and
labor. The Pittsburg papers have declared
jointly that hereafter the morning and even
ing papers will be served to subscribers for
25 cents per week instead of 12 cents, as here
Tax om Tonacco Imi-ohtant Dkcihions.
The Commissioner of Internal Revenue his
decided that tobacco manufactured prior to July
, lotvt, and In tbe possession of tbe manulac-
turer or his ageut, is liable to tho rates of duty
imposed by the act of June 30, and tho payment
to the collector of a different rate ol duty in an
ticipation or an lie-reused tax, and before any tax
legally accraod, does not cancel the liability of
the manufacturer to be assessed on his sales
when they are made, and according to the rates
prescrilicd by the new act.
Tobacco delivered under contracts mado prior
to July 1st, 1Kb I. if liable to be ttxed according
to the rates established by tbe new art. Hut the
uinuulaeturcr is ullosrrd to add to the prlco of
his goods so mucn as win oe equivalent to tbo
duty Hibiequcnily imposed.
Another impoitant question has also been de
cided, and that is, whether tobacco shipped to a
commission houe during the mouths of April
anu May, the tax huviug been then paid, is sun
jeet to any further tax, such tobacco remaining
unsold on the urstoi July.
The old law (Section ) provided that-unon
certain artieles therein ctiuinera ed, among which
tobacco was inciuueu, cerium uuties should be
levied, collected, and paid, w hen produced and
Fold, manufactured or inside and sold.orreui ived
for coiistMiiotion or for delivery to others than
agents of tne manufacturer or producer. Up n
the happening of either one or the other of the-e
contingencies, the tobacco beeotnes liable to U ;
if neiiber of tliein happened, then no tux had be
come due, and no ktteinpt ut payment wo ili
nviul the party, or release him from any future
liability, it the tux on this tohncco hud not under
the riivii-lni.s of ihe luw become due and paya
ble before the first of July. A party could not,
by advancing a stun of money equal' to the then
rete of tax, exempt sueb tobacco from the iu--t
eased rate of tax provided by the law of June
If, therefore, the commission house to who:n
this tolmeco was sent were tbo ageuts of tbo
party, the liability of the tobacco to duty had nut
kecr"ueu,.atid no Lux was due at the tune of such
hiiiment and there coedd be no legal payment
of the tax.
I' pen this question of agency the usual course
oeaiiii auupieu nv iuu p-u tie?, wouni nave a
stiuttg beaiii g. If the party hud bel'ora this
shipped bis tobacco to this br.uso, an. I bad at the
tiiiieol mi h Hhipments returned such tobtco
und paid the duty upon it, such com so would be
snt ng evidence that he ilul uot consider or ti e it
Midi commission house as his ugctits, for, if they
were o, he was not liable to pay any tax until
II, e lulia CO whs soiu.
Un the contrary, if the party had shipped his
tobacco lo ihem, returning for duty only such
as was sold by them, as ft was from time to time
sold, paying the tax ou such part alone, tho con
clusion would be almost irresistible that he con
sidered tliem, and they were actually, his ugents.
if they were not his agents, then the tax hud
legally accrued by the removal to their custody,
and was properly paid ou such removal, aud
there li no further liability under the new law.
'Ihe ne" law renders tobacco liable to tax whoa
old, consumed, or removed for consumption or
sale, or removed from the place of manufacture,
unless removed under bond, as provided iu Sec
tion M of the Act of June aO, lsOl, under the in
structions in the circular of July 6. (.Special
As there is no allowance provided hy law simi
lar to the allowance for leakage in the case of
spirits, tbe .party removing tobacco under bond
must account lor the amount stated in his bond.
fjuowtNO thi Fkt. The ladles' have lately
adopted mods of ga'hvrlng their garmcuts tn
festoons by an elastic cord, which relieves them
of not only dragging their skirts over the dirty
pavements, but introduces to mankind ouo of tbe
most attractive fashions extant. The American
ladies have tho handsomest feet of any ladies in
the world, and having deprived us of the sight of
them through an absurd fashion at least five
yews, we naturafty welcome tbe return with joy.
we therefore declare iu favor of festoons instead
' HxiTtna to Avoid tub DnArr. A county
convtBtion to avoid the draft, will be held hy
delegates from IU different wards, on Monday
evening next, iu room No. 'i of tho district
lis Cam fob Mom Mr. The nuott of onr
c'lt, anltr the tew call of tho Pre Idrnt for
fiOO.000 volunteers, vlll be about 12,5 4 mfin.
Titers Is now credited to tho city on this call
abcot K0 men, which leaves a deficiency of
of 7'sjO to lie rained hy the ith of September next ;
and In rase of failure to furnish .ibeso, the drsft
w III proceed. It behoovus the citleim of 1'iiils
de'phla, therefore, to timke every elfcrr and fur
nln their ipi' t hjr volunteers. The ncv enrol
ment Mil, ui dor which the present rl Is nude,
repeals the comminution clnuse entirely, sntl
re tores all drafted persom I ere.tfter to orvc or
furnish subxtltufcs. It empowers the I'ml'lrnl
st sny tone to c ill for men to -erve for oil", two,
or thieo jenr-,atid iilloivs fifty itsrn' lime for
cl'ktrlcts to fill their ipiotss with' volunteers. At
Ihe cipiratlon of th fifty u its, deilc encu s wdl
1 flilcil t'T dr ift, In the iihum! manner.
The draft will he made fur one hundred p T
cent, in udditlon to the requlr. t number. The
Oovoitiors cl any States in iy send re erui'iu
agents into any of the sccedod 8t ue, exoent Ar
kui kbs, lxniMnnn, and Tennessee, to outtin
vi luutrers, who shall he crcdi'ed to the Stales
tl'iit riiU-l tbt m. This is Intended to liR'iton tho
burden of tho loyal .State", by nllowing them to
put in negro volunteers. Men enlisting for one
year will receive from Ihe Government a hotimr
of one hundred dollars ; for two years, two hun
dred dollars; for threo years, three hundred dol
lars, ptalln In instalments, one-third at the time
of rnliKtitjfj, onc-tMrd at the explr.ition of one
half the term of service, and the rem ilml'ir at the
time of discharfte. The lawhich allows thote
viliii arc conwicutiously opKsed to bearing arms
themselves, hut have no te'iuplej avalnst seeing
others fight, to escape military service by the
payment uf commutation, is uQchstigetl.
Otic si etlon of the new enrolment act removes
' a dilllftilty in the way of securing the services of
the belter class of volunteers as substitutes. The
practice has been to ahiitn a substitute to some
regiment, without allowing him a choice. This is
i a matter of intllllerence to the mere bounty-
tiiinner, but vett rsns like to choose the orgtuiza-
lion in which tbav are to serve, and their wMios
on this point are repeetcd by the new act. Tno
clFcct of tills provision lias been th.it many of tho
recently discharged veteruns havo re-enlisted,
and after they once fully nudersluud the ma'ter,
no doubt many more will fo'low their example,
and thus lighten tl e quota of tho city.
Fbmaib Canmdatk ton Military IIonorh.
A recruit wbo gave the name ol Charles Smith,
of Woonsocket, aged eighteen years, was en
listed by a Massachusetts captain a few days
siuce. Tbo candidate for military honors ap
peared very shy, and while signing the roll was
very narrowly inspected by tbo captain, who dis
covered a woman in boy's clothes, and after the
rectuit pasfcd into tho r otn to lind a bunk, he
followed and informed her that he had pene
trated her dt-guise, and that she was a worn in.
fdie confessed at once, and gavo tho following
reasons for her conduct: Her homo is in 1'nila
delpbia, where she has been well brought up by
r.liglous parents. She professes to have a lover
In the army who is stationed at Washington, and
as tier communication with him had been pre
vented by her mother, she resolved to go to him.
She read in the papers that Massachusetts men
were to be stationed at tbe f truncations in Wash
ington, and procuring a suit of boy's clothing,
she st art i d at once for that State. She arrived
there, and after looking about awhile, sho en
listed, tmd thought for sure her trout) cs were
ended. She was ctred for over night, and after
being furiilohod wih apparel suitable for her
sex, left for her home. She Is a very modest,
bashful pen-on, anil could hardly fall of detec
tion, even with a much more perfect disguinc
thnn she bad assumed. She professed herself
fully cured of her folly, and thoroughly decided
not to attempt to go a soldiering again. Shu
arrived in this city last night, much to the jay of
her distressed patents.
Loss v: in Glskrm.s Gkahy and Hookkii's
Conrs. The following is a list of the recent
casualties sustained by the Pennsylvania and
New Jersey White Star Division, in the engage
ments In tho vicinity of Marietta and Chatta
hodthee river. Many of these named are 1'hlla-
J Klinefelter, li
Kdnui Kite. I
.tohti l-'rench, C
William Weiss. K
Uis,re lleHH, I
I.lent tleni F Parks, O
John M iill.tl
John C Hindu, II
Jn eph Tvaou, D
J I.iwtl. O
(lit J llaultuon, K
J T lievL.li
J II Kalkelil, B
IC V Wheeii-r, 1)
t 'urp O W Vanuelda, (1
A Kolron, I
Jntnes Pi-ek, It
John lletali-r. I'
t'lMticiB Can, h
,Iohn MHitven, K
Kre.li rli k fritz, E
Wui William . K
Peter Stat font. J
Srft (lonnre O'kdmU, K
orp Waller A hurt, A
Win Do.ntiu.'. It
I Itlli ?IKW .IKttiET.
Chat Ryemon, I
iHul.Ian Keuworiliv, D
t'lm Stantley, It
A Htanaway, It
IC Devlae, 1
IMI. HAl.TkltV, r:. P. V.
i John (lulne, wounded
I till IHIIIN MTA , K.
An.'t I'rovoHt M.ir.litl T.t
i Muiut. J Oliver, i.nh I'a.
Tiir "Nf.siiamosy." The new steam frigate
JVVsAnmony, building at our Navy Y'urd, and
which is intended to operate against privateers,
is rapidly approttching completion, and will bo
ready for launching in August,
The frame of
the frigate has been strengthened in n way that
ensures great resistance to ordinary sized shot
and shell, and as ber boilers will he entirely
below the water line, there is no fear of their
being tou.-hed by nuv shot that may penetrate
her hull. Tbe Sethnmony will be nble to curry
ue lariro nrt armament ew unv'vnsiill A'loat. ahn
being about threo hundred and fifty feet long, I
and four thousand tons burthen. A large force
is now engaged upon the frigate, and the Govern-
nn... AAuimj !... ... hu .,,.lul.l u u.w.n ..
IIIOII, UD'-IIVI IIV. IV. WMtflU Wl. (ID . I . I . I. r, 1 -
slble. bbotild she not bo delayed by her nut
chiutry, she may lie got ready for sea by the
cur y part of the fall. Several vessels of the same
class are being constructed at other ports.
Local Bhkvitibs. Among those who have
presented a leprcsen'Jttive substitute within a
day or two is the Hon. William Mill ward, U. S.
Marshal for this district... .Workmen are en
gngod in rcpairiug the south side of Market street
llri-lge. The floor is being strengthened by
widening the footway on tbut side.... Captain
George 1). Stroud's company of one hundred
days' cavalry left this city' lust evening for
11,-irisburg. They numbered 101 men....
John Lung, who recently cjunnllted sui
cide while Inb iritig under it temporary de
rangement of the mind, wa-i formerly a private
of the ltCd Keglmcnt Pennsylvania Volunteer.
He leaves a family, residing .it Lia,'ird a id C'ir.
pcTibT streets. ...The new stand-pipe of the
Kensington Water Works will be one linn I red
and leny fuel high, and five foet in diameter.
The t-uctlun ni iin will be three-hundred and (if y
livc feet in length... .A hid named Moore w is
drowned at a brick yard at Nineteenth mid
i-'ei'eral streets jrsicrday afternoon.... Lut
.vetting, Austin Hyde, aged seven years,
liviug itt No. u. "l'rankford road, below
liichuiuiid street, was ditmued iu the
Delaware, at Maiden street wharf .... The
remnant of tht ,'t.l Vermont Regiment, number
ing teventy men, passed through this city yej er
day on its way home, to be iiius'crc 1 out nf the
suvice. . . .The bridge over the (iunno vder river,
ou the 1'lillailelphiu and lliltitiiore R lilro-td, bas
been repaired, and trains commenced to run
reuulriilv yestir.luy lohn HoBdy.tha foreman
of the Round Hou-e a- West I'biladi 1 dii i,on 'he
line of tho I'etinsyivinia Ruilroid, bud one ol h s
legs horribly mangled n Mondiy afternoon by
ccdcHvorlng lo get on oue of the trains while
passi ig that point.
Wi: havs nv fab the largest stock and best
assortment of Clothing in Philadelphia, com
prising nil desirable 6tyle of goods, from
medium price to supertinc. Kvery one can be
accurately fitted at once from our stock, what
ever be his sle or proportions, in garments equal
in all respects to work made to measure, at mm It
Inner privet. For those who prefer, we have
nlso a complete assortment of piece goods, which
will he niude up to measure in a stylo surpassed
hy none. IIknneit & Co.
t Tow eh Hall, No. 618 Market street.
KNKillT ('Illl.n. On the lath Inst , by the Itev.(leori?
Leeds, tl li., HAH I I.KY K Nil HIT lo M AUIA.N.NE, daugh
ter ol Uiehard 8. t'tiild, Kai. Mo cards.
NIIIIITI.INtlKII (T1KIHTY. May ?7th, 1SKI, by the
lti v. Mr. Hume. .Mr JOHN A. Nil 111 TlaNGKU to Miss
MAllV CIIU1STY, both of Philadelphia.
SI'K'Elt-MOri'H On tlie Hth mat., by the Itev. Thin
8.all, rKANM.IS A. bl'ICEU lo Wis, MAIUU.kA.
Mol l S, all ol Ualtimore.
BAMllER At Woo.lherry, Md., on the 11th of July,
CAKltlK, infant daughter of Mary and Th-imae llaiiiher,
aged 4 otoliths and das.
Pl.EAHANTH Stiddenlr, on tli morning of the Isth
Inst .Mr. KaNIKI. PLEASANTS.
Ills male relatives and fneods are respectfully invited to
attend his faneral. from bis late residence, No fl u! Walnut
street, on TLuieday aexl, at I o'clock. Uallunore papere
llADLtY. On the mom in a of the lHtb Inst. .after a pala
lul illuess. Kl.LA ('. It Alil.tV. aed J years.
Hhe sleeps, sweetly steeps, In ttie anus jt her Maker.
The relatives and friends ol the family are respeotnilly
Invlted to attend her luaeral, from ber motluir's residence,
Dreer street. abo Amber, on Thursday afternoon at s
o'uioi-k, without further uotlve. To proceed to M inuutuut
BrAtlKKKR. !n Itsltimors, nn the morning of the 17th
Inst., W M.I.IK A1.HKKT, Hon of lleonie W and Henrletla
C. ataurier. Jr.. aged 1 years, i uoutus, and 7 days, i
THOMAS On the lath of June, near Hetiiel, Camden
eoaely, N.J .Mm IIAHKIET C. daughter of tlaanall sad
tat late Hamata I hwuas, la Ui lit fear of her age.
sum baaov to w. n. caxrtx.
Ho. 719 OEESHUT Street.
WINDOW M1IA1) J3 H,
(J rem aurl HI nek Tm.
Br lht parkas or ponn1.
Just reoMvss bf
luvts A Itn itAitnf,
Arch sod Tenth ttrrvu.
It O li 1 ATT1! M ! 'V
It OIJHI'211 Y.
CHILLED IRON SAFE
THE PUI'ILS OF DAVID EVANS,
Or THE FIRM OF
E V A N H A W A. T M O Xi,
ALREADY AT WORK.
HIS SCIENCE PRACTICALLY TESTED.
Tbe Result a Complete and Total Failure.
TUB lU'ROI.AKS BADLY KOOI.EI.
DAVID EVANS says. It la very simple matter to
drill a hole throuuh to 1 Inches thoroughly ohlllod
Iren; pick up the combination of the lock, and open
Lllhe'a Sale; and to llluitrate hla ayetem, haa found, acci
dentally, a aeml-chllled Itnparfeet safe procured a very
perloct drtltbie; apparntue, with drills the niont approved,
and, I am told, gives dally public lessons In the art of drul-
hiK ; also, that he succeeds, by a very heavy pressure, and
the use of three or four drills, to grind a hole through this
seuit-chtlled sHfe In from thirty to sixty minutes, and says
to hla pupils that any of LUlle Hafos cau be drilled the
same w ay.
It would aoem that some of his more advanoed students
having found a most favorahle opportunity to test this
new philosophy, have already taken Uie necessary steps
to practically and professionally uipeiimunt upon Uili
new and wonderful aclence ; I say wonderful, because, If
successlal, It was to open at once the most Important safes
end vaults of the country tn the whole burglar proteaslen.
The result of these experiments will tie shown hy the fo.
lowing statements, which appear In the "Press," July 11,
also oilier city papers.
Lii.i.it.'s Chili. ku luos Hint A B'i.n act INscc.
eK-s,i l ATll-Ml-T At UnHiikKT. Tlie "West Philmlolplila
Havti-Ks Fund" has one of Lilmk'i No. 2 luuk Hates,
ptiichnst'd ol M. C. Haiii.ku, Asent, In this city, none
eigtili en nioiitlis since. The sate was left In the office, ou
Market street, above Broad, on Htlurday afiernou, all
On Hiindav, at twelve P. M., the policeman tried the
fiont duor of the ottle. aud found it unlocked. Un it
itwmli g theolttce he lontid the burslars had been at work
at the sate, liut and Itlt Willi tneir apparatus, mere was
a uiorttse made la the titer In frjui of the sale tor the
support ut the drill, and a ouiuiierol holes furl tier bark tor
mi appsi Htna lo create a pressure, and every thing done ap
oatentlv to make tbe drilling putlect.
A hole hii found aril led. or ground, about half an Inch
Into the door, over the lock, tu the mminer so puohcly
described In sundry ueerspapcr advertisumeuta, ami It
would seem this was as far as ihey c mid go, as the iron
became harder. Next the lock centre wus thorotgtily
tried, but eould not be driven In. Xet the latclt-kuohs
wartuken oit.anil the mob-spladis were thuroagii'y
I u...l ll.uu , 1,1 ..... I.u .ir,,u I it A l.,.l..., .1...
tried, and Ihey could lint he driven 111. A aleditu was
tried, and that hud no effect. A pry wus placed behind
the iliHir-hlnses to pry olf the door. 1 his dt'i not sueiiunil
i and uliei all lliesu experiments, the burglars evl.leu-ly
r caote to the conclusion ihuy cou'd not In sny wiy jn-nu-i
trine tin-sale, and bit 111 despitir volllHlarlly ; liol hdvieg
i been itinlurheil In un- least, iiml liavinu suit pientv or time
to work. T he appeeranees iionld cleitilv Indleate that the
burglars v.ere at work during Saturday ulht, luoxt ot
, buuila, aliadlinuarevujlllig
Tniiin Natiiisal Hank, I'hilailelphia, July 14, 1431 I do
hei ehl certlt that the stateun bl 111 the "Press" ol the I tils
ll St., Ill rifi feuce lo I lllle's sale ut the West I'hlladeiphU
irukiuou-iaiiy.ts a correct anj true stnteuieiii.
j DA V ID It. I'Al' I., I'reildent.
1 The following points are parUeularly noUceable la the
aliove stauuients :
i ! hst. The great length of time of tbe operation
! Hecunil. 'I he fact that Ihe ooui auirs leu o ilutarllr, and
dihbeialelv takil-g away their Whole appslalUs, having
a linien 1 -liger tiiue to work,
t Tlnril. The tact tt.al they evidently had the most an
proved fitclltues lor di illil g. or Ihev cutiid Hot havo ground
one I, all nu n rlo amino, nam. cuiueu irou.
t hoiirth, 'I l.o tact that as ibey g t well In ton a'd ttic
wr. nuht Inn. bars whh-h are the chillers, tin Iron
bei-biu- so loud ihey -onld iml even grind any further.
I'illh 'Ihe bull ilug couraLO a Inch the oiieruiirs muni
' fi-r.fi d -0 try all nlhcrexpe iiiienls alter tht-y hail taueil
and been ciinpleeil I'otikd In tin- greut cNiiriuii-nt. which
was to piueiii-allv ileuuiiistiiile to ttie wn-ile nur-lar i
fe.sluii Ihe li nsll il ly ol liasid Evans' Ilea s -.eni-e ill the
ait ot iliunui: soilil chilli d mill 1 1 t 3 Inches Iho k.
hlxllnv. hut notuahslanuaig the llut was with
auaini of vi terana, tnll.v armed and eiu peel with tho
most in proven weaiolls, me ntie, tiniKie-nivii.ii-ii, uu-
aiiett.and ululie. in a lair slniiil-uo llulit. ih-leated t1
enemy lo ceii I. un to I et li e f, out ' the tlelil, und eu.ue out
cmeii eior v ith si-aicely a scr, save one siuull bullet hole
ll- the enter Mirtsl e.
Hu Inui-b lor liavld Evans' science. All who need
ktilcilv llmitiitr I'risit Baiewlll do well, to take a no. u ot
the above facts.
A Wiillll HI TIIK llt'tllil.Ul
I wish to lliukll slew sugei.11011. lo gulitlflll'll of Itie
iirnli ran. n. sou more especially to iho having any 1 skill,
in liuwd Evutis niieosn .nv
An iri.u-workers ynu must be aware tlMt one and a ha't
lo two India ll, It knuts. tiem unU chilled Iron, cann it oe
su.-oeshtu.ly tltlil.il III anv W11, prai-lli'iU tor Ihe nurnl ir.
and that yonroiily ho ot suv-i e.s must lie In llul-iu tlie
liou not tlioriilithiy ihMled. Ihu te.t here liitriilac
fehuwb ci-iiciii.-.l el that t'ie iron is ilmr.iugiiiy ciiule.l. A
It SI ail II.Hite b 11U1- cl ihe Oi-sl Toll Aorkel s ol I 'li 1 1 .ilel-
1 hiu 1 n inn- of l.illle a N.1I1 s. ,u-t deliven-il to the It tnk !
the Nni-theru l.lot--rllto, pr-es til 1 salni ll'tiis' 1 aad uny
- iiiiintier of others nilht be ailiieil. You may he a-,-.iiri-d
that Lill e s hin-i are liailnliv drill-i-ro'l . itch mll inn tug
tin- mercantile nult-s II ina.i be pomntle thai a a e uiiy o
lolitid nnl so haul as It i-hi-iild lie.
as 10 ll. vitl Evans staliiinent, that he can drill any
Lllbe's Mate., it iiiu-t lie taken w ith suine gr.lu. of a.lo4r
anee. He is a Hale mak.-r, an-l ! Intere.ii d tomvkellis
siauuieiit. lit-itnds ynu are 01 eulntt Kv aus A Wa-s in a
Sale so easily, and so olten.thitt tl is very tleslrab e to
attract your attt utlon In another ot'ecilou; and so lar as
he can KOI year uiu 10 uiscreuit 4.11111- s eia-e so ntr, 111s
Interest la nnimoted. lor It he cull convince anvhody Ihut
I illie s Hate la not lairghir-proof, hu limy laduce the party
to iue Ins Hale as a are proof. "A word to the w ise Is
Now ui, Iron-workers you must Silly understand the dif
ference between peni timing ili to 2 inches of chilled Iron,
and l-ltilh t-i S Inch of sheet lr n, and although the prle
mmht he greater In case of success in the former, tbe In
creased risk, and the probable failnre. might more than
CoiihtcfbnUilcc. It Is a Commou and truthful saying, that
a "niinhla Hlxnenoe Is better than a slow atilllllnf :' a sin til
but ure prize may lie much better Ibaa a very slow aud
nni priai . thoiiDh lark-er.
A word to liutld Kvans.of the firm of Evans A Wat-
The aliove test having been made evidently hy your
most advanced student-., undur Ihe most luvorable cir
cumstances them, and made prolesslotially, aud so
thorouwbly, and the renult so aelleleclory, that we deem
tins test nolle surilclent for the present! therefore wdl
not trouble you 10 lest the Hale on Monday, Uie 1Mb lust
11, t.rvl...l announced : but so soon as aav act of yoin
or aev of your misrepresentations may seem to requite It,
we sliall expect you to be ready to tasks further lust,
that both the burglar and the people may know that 1. Il
lie s ChillMl Iron Hale is thoroughly drlll-prool, ana mere
tereburgl- proot. LEWIS I..IXIE A BOK,
11. HAUI.KK. Ae.01..
(Stuck C.'S PltkeWMK
STkX'K A CO.
TE I CO.'t
j. K. rwtii.u.
oToatb aad CkeetHtt sUests.
K. 8. WhMwaaa To
tttMflMtnren) ew an. IMMlnai OnfVtln, AlmoM
Put, Ckonlai. Csrstsoli, CrMmi Mods 4
Tarto. tiH!telf SsvomL
BoMtMl JorAM Alssoadi. Sc., Ae.
Mo. U Chiaul Hint, Wlow rmrtlb
KOVKR'S NEW CIIKSNCT STREET
l Tilt ATI! K.
MONHaI KM MINU. .ll l.V
I'trst tlmrtntlx prn in rtillit'lr1hlft of Oil' (rrsnd r
nisnttc. mu. let, ui' :tnrmf ilr.ms,
AI.AIHUM, Kit TDK MINHKKKtrf, LAMP.
Trf-Mitcd, alter tliros inontiit' netlv prnp.mtlon, In a
st I of
Itaplpte v Itti M.intli-iiiii 8i'iht,
0iipe!ti 1 o-t nine. And rroport'si,
Wondi-ttul 1 rtnst'-riliiition.,
(trnnil M irrh , Ae.
Itescri fd Si stp for m)t ttirrr itv In silv.in r
CARTEL'S QEEAT PIOTUEE
NEW YORK CENTRAL TARK.
Tlilit niacnlflpcnt wr.rli nf irl, now rapidly approsftiluit
ri.tntilrtlon, It one of tlti lsrwrst ami ni"it elib rnt' evar
nndi'iisken In thl. ronntty. tielnjr about
Kour anil a IiaJI bf thrrf and a lia'f fisqt .qitar.
and embracing a full and conH'Irte view of the ;n ut On
ttal Park in aU Ui beaut and Rranil'-tir.
BiibsrrtptSina flr a lUiillPil niinibrr of tlie art! t'a o .f
aiiM'tn will be received here, whi-n the ilittos y- ill be taken
10 Vurope, where
M. sue. TKI'BSKIt A ( 0.,t'aternmti r Itow, I.omli.n, and
ALKKItT I.. IIKIUII.il, ItllfllUlifUi-u. l arli,
are aire ad rerelvlnir BnOacrtptloriK fur the name.
The work can he had by aahscrltion only. flP-e SI per
iv. -a aide on di Uvcry,
Subscription Booms of the Company,
No. 720 BROADWAY,
The fd'oviliK! flrniti will recelie mbscrlptloiu :
Al'l I.KTi.N CO , llrotdwari
WA1.KKK, WISK CO., Iloau.ni
H. R. OltltUlS a CO., Chli-airo;
Millllir., WII.STAI'K at BAI.Drt TN. ( lil.-innatl;
rilll.ll HOLOMUMS, WaaltlllKtons
( AIXI.M'KK A CO., I'lilladelphlai
Or, at the publlnhtTa,
BITWfcI,I. 1UKHIS A CO.,
Jy.Tl wmlm Mo. 710 ItltOAIlWAY, New York.
'I'O COAL OIL
COM PAN I KS. AN KXTRA
.Ulli.ti of ftillKN S rtil'NTINli-HOI SK CIIAIIT
for IKiil, Hi a.krd tor by the pnrete, revt...il to date and to
rontnln ail Ihi t llAI. Oil. ( OMI'AMhl.
T lieothrer. ot (J.ial Oil 'ompatilra are respectfully rc-
iin-iiteil to ai-tid hit of OltlrrH mill lirei'li-r of their re-
npi ettve r.itiipanlf-H inimt-'IIHtelv to the uiiili rniffoi-ii. 'j ne
CliHlt will be l-i-u don .rith AiiK'lf't next, ntid col'ialo alt
corporation)! in the city . 1'rlce p-r ropy.
n. r.. i ' in r.., I loiii.ii' r,
jy.Xl-M No. lliH H. Till KI Hircet, I'lula.
20 CENTS !-G ODE Y FOR AUGUST I
Ho. 80S CIIK8MT 8troet.
J- IS W HOUTK
K0RTH PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD.
TIME AND DISTANCK SAVKW!
BT 7 A. M. KX I'RKHS THAI V, FROM TIIK NEW
I)EPOT,TIIIBU HTKEaVr, ABOVE THOMPrtOH,
ARKIVINU IS WII.KKSIIARRE 2- P. M.
Leave WILKKHIIAKKE at 1 P.M., making close con
nection at Ilethlehera with North Pennsylvania Express
train, and arm e In Phlhidelphla at S20 P. M.
BAOGAOE CHECKED THROUtlH.
IN THE MATTKR OF THE ASSIGNED
Tho Auditor aMtolnti-4 by the Court of Common PI!
for thCitv nJ County of titU(lP!phi to itinulre and
tl rt whirr all th dibti ana imitimien 01 tiiuwai
i i fc'I CIlKK. and CALVIN W. llfcN N tT T. Ulf en I
ntt, trts.iiiiK uml r the linn of KI.KU'liKE 4 HKSNKi r,
(wlitibv (lewl (laud April 10. 1K40. reenrdt d Id I , it M,k 1.
H No H. paevi.ri a-(,tkn.auto WANIKLC.W'IIAItrOV
ail ti eir ant Hie. joint anu everui, in trust mr lncir cr.m-
torn ). an well an all the niparat di-uta uf nalil TlliMS
KLKTCliP.R. whli li nert a claim up m the tittf anlKntd
hjn- rtt cUut tnim aton-iaid, an wall at under a pruvloui
riif, dattd (icobrr I, !. nxueuted bv -aid THOMAS
Kl K.'l'CllKH to aald uANlr'.L C- Wll Alt WM. liava hvtn
lull paid and d..k'httrKd, with I view to the aald Court
ordtTiiiK And direi'ilUK the xatd hrkIiiu, DNIB, C.
uii i iil'tiK y ..... bu.ifi TllfkU lU VI f Tl '11 L" If
all the anRltrned ei4ta reuialnliiir tn hla han 1 ir poH.
r-iuh. and all outmaudlhir lntHrfit in tha iKine, will a tfnd
tu tlio dutiVHor nis aiivHilntniunt, oti AlONDAV, A'ii;int
. lH-r4, fit ll o -iM)k a h., at his mmic, . 7i n i,ur
Htn-i't.ln therlty of Phlirtdclpldn, whercot all parllen lutf
rt'twl ar hen by ootitled.
JI.'UI tL&l IU1,
INVALIDS AND CONVALESCENTS, IN
JL vallaa and Conviiloanti,
liivaHtlfs and omva'cHOonta.
luvallda and ConvaU'stcruta.
Pcrnalt" In iell ai Health,
ramali-klD lidlcate Healtli,
luoiaiea In lft-licaia llt-alth.
WlU Und our
California Wltit-a, Cnllfttrnla Wlnei,
tahtfirnia Win,, ( aliiornla Wint-a,
California Wlnca. Chiniia WtiMa,
nrnliHrs valuai.lelu alloaiPiof laiiyuorand yrtrUproa-
iratx-u oi airn;.n.
AK ASK AUK A IK A.ME
Afk Asa A.k Ahk Aak
A-k AsK Afk Aok
lira, McClfllnnd, Obbaid, Samiel Jack on,
(otli(? IVniiMjivtrila 1'nlviT.tty ,
Ilerlntx, tU'rrim, (irov, HartiihoriM
H'himila, Wlllitimi, JUrfloy, NenllMr
WlUoa, '1 iwal, Vtnal, I'uD'lujr,
nd other leadlntr pnyciclfnis, w luti they think of the medl-
inai U ue or (;aui'-rui wine i ini nuriut'a pr
icnl our brHiidu. uud MBiiire u ut the butuUU paUeuta
ructiht-irurn Uiulr Ubut
Jtil Ira No. 4k 8. HI HI trtfkt, above Uheauut
1. N It Y H 1 M O N 8,
UNITED fsTATKS NATIONAL
WAGON AND 00A0H WORKS,
Ortlo, No. 51 NLW MAHKKT Hirwt,
And F-.ctory, corner of
8F( OKI A1U 1 1 MBKKL4NU 8TRKET8,
All and rrcry kmii nf
WAiiiiNS. 4 AUTH. MKAVH. WHF.r.l.R A BUO VT-I.
and IIWHh-H H UKKLS, adafitMl to AruiT . ltoad, Hutler,
nr P'aitiAib'D purinir)a All work v. arrantvd.
Kav'Ordt th irstnpuv attr4Ktai to. H-ir
JJ TO SUir CAr rAUVa AND UW.NKUo,
.fcitfe, 1 he uiiueflKin'd tuavmg latd tbe KKfc-lNftV
i M ii t- nr.n cwi n, unsi w uin'iiu 11 iii anu mm
tmrni of the Ihck thut be ii oriPdriMi with inrrvuot
lailllUtJt h aucotuuiiM'otv uot' havlutf vaaaala to rUd
nr r'imirid, and buluit a prmUcal ahlp-rrpvntr and
caulkwr, will tiivfporwmal atu-ntluuto aUvnanelsiuatrmitted
i him rtsr rjilm.
Cttjtiaiiii or Atytioti, ooip i arpenitjn aaa axaonuuau
havUiK vtakMla to nHalr, aru aobcltad tocail.
llavta Hit txoucy for the HuWof " Watturetedti' Patent
Miitailk: miiMltta.''urt'oLier Paint, for tha prasarrar
thmof VMielt' Uottoiiui, for thia eltj, I un pntuared to
furuiau liie aauke ou ravwrauie utrrni.
jim. II. II A MM l 1 1 ,
kwnatiiHtfon Screw Dock,
ktill-tf Pel aw are auue, above Liurel tttreei,
HUE RrBSCRIBKRS HAVE ASSOCIATED
X thfrnaelvea inflftliar uuder tha tirra of BOLTON.
liYKEMAN A CO.. and will om-nue the Car l.ml..n
liuiitiitta In all It branciiei, at tne oia eitahuituuaiiu
, CornWi IWUTI l luos aai irniii'iun nirwuia.
'ni n a. 'iivr
cifetouat: k. iUkjtMM,
Jyl-lm O. W. CU1LDH,
pnrckased to otsr below tiie eeat Jirlce tA 0 soeerts
artlrle. BAkll EL W. IIKHS, BstUAD Htraet.abuee Uaro.
Met aid, seas tbe seimla KAUl.tl
purest misted. Xss ana Skive sUas, St.
I I se ilut, 10
l.ousintn i.u.ib mmmm Him y uiv
Tloas to aaetbao adeatica.
larr Hoard tin Hcbtail IImIus Hest.
HoarOitiK Sebiail Ilsvlns Hept..aebt 1. Terras
Tery moilrrale Thorough eourse la Matkefnatics, Lan-
itatra, iib"m i
houie. ?rat;llcal lessons la Honr.
rupus tare nenwnss wt
Itlroas for Gatali
Ins. BoTi ol all aaet taken. Ail
its ror tjataioan..
i. iUCMttV BAlirOK.
kir . DEUQIITFTJL EXCUHSI0N8
Tks S lean So at OENKKkL BnOKKK. Oaptala MAS-
I. at, leaet-a falraaoaM over; hoar ror Suhalkill UelabU,
Laurel UUI, llelwvut ColUde,
laiu aud Wlsaa-
iJKMAItKKT Street, k"""" 1 " m '"
WARrTrl k.'EN 8 T,X,,-H' A5ir
M At FIIPI f'.H,
Oil ruler mortilng, .
t tan rlook.a ato-k of ll. ,. , -. ..iniS Ware, To S.
M t binne, Ac, of a person ntiltltng buslnt-.s.
k UCTION SALE OK OONDEkINED
Cvi.aT Hi; W,
Orrrrr o Cmih ti'A rtrhma 'ikr.
WAMtiiN'.Toif, I. r , .Inly I. !H6i.
WfMbeaaklat publlo auction, ui Ut tirtit bijdsu.al
the timi and pla-" I naminl bolw :
l-.F.tlArH'r., I I . TIM lirni 1 , IIiy li,lW,
KKAhlNO. Pa i kMiAY..Iolv
IMlfhJSItt Hi, r . THI ItMI'AY. J'l'y W. Ii.
A I .TOON A Pa. I HI'IC1A , Auvimt 4. 1H
VIL1.1AMHI1 III, Pa, TIM K"1.V. Atuii-t 11, WA
TWO Ml Nlil.Uf CAVALUV Il01t.-I.H at eacH
'Ihe nrfti hv( hn conV'rnn'd unlit for tha
cavalry tvryh eot ih arm-'
r r road aud It. rtn t:.rpca many K'haI bArgntin maj be
llorttvi enld ulncly.
Tvrma AJaah, l-i Und- d RtatnCiirrcnry.
,IA M KS A. F.RI,
Uruten'iiit-Colonrl and t hlf .Miaru mitwr
Jj! IVH Cavalry Uu-vaO.
rAIS 1 .! I MSIIJDIATIHiV,
Three or Four Carpenters,
At ISo. ii ti C'AllTIIll Mtroet.
THOH. M. I'IiOWMAII.
'I'O l'UOTOdKAPHI'.Ii.S. WASTK D , A
J first raio t'ti.-iator on lern-tvpe litts.a' N'o.tlS
N.U'.lllll rltrnt. iy- M
fANTKD, AN E NOIN K F. U
Apply at M.-w LHKMNi r stroll. vi2 tr
! A M S T E U S WANTED.
CltlU Ot'AKlMHMMlTI'tl'"! OPIirB,
Wahhismus, I C..,l.ilv . 1-wlC
Wnhtftl.nt rtire, TMHRK HHNIHiKK TKAMSTBllH.
eu:li capHb'e of illng with tiUKlo tine, and muimKlng
aU nitilff- ts fttim.
To Htieh who nrr comptont te porf'rm the duty, the
ptiy fier month will ha thirty ditl.ai, with one ratutu per
day, Hnd hotpl'nl privib'KOft, Including tho boat iodioal
attftioinnrt' wh li airk.
Arplvto Cnpttn CflAf.l! TOMPKISH. A. Q. M., U.
R. A..oorneroi t fcM TV .SKI 'oil Hand U.llr rn, VVa.li
lutfton, 1. C.
T. H RTTCKKtt,
Hrladler-Ocnral andChlf uartrrmaitr,
jyll-lHt I'ptoi Hatuiat-a.
)LA('KSM1TIIH AND WllLl-XWKIOH TS
1. IllV.r i!'A!lTkllM.TMR UPKIOa.
WAiliM.tov, H P ..lulv 4, l4.
Wanted at once, to work Itt Government llepalr Hhoria,
Qnartei nin-lr-r'. In-p;rth ent. In-pi t of IVni-tiinift'in, tine
lltimlreil (loo) l' twl III. At KSMI I MS and Oni HuuUred
(iOn) uO"i W III l.l.M llll.H l.S.
Ike paj per notiih all! Iw Hit? Hollars f-TO), a I'll one
(1) ration nor dnv, noil ho.pltal uiilloeet when alnk.
Ppl toOapti.hi ( II VKl.K.S ll. TCIMPKHS, A. ij. M.,
Ilnlti tl States Army, corner Twenty-second and G atrneU.
Washington, Ii ('.
TtrUfailk-r (li-nt-fal and Ohlef tjuarterinas-er,
Jyt-lHt I'l-parliiieiil ol Washlngbm.
FOR SALE AND TO LET.
CFOR SALE. 0,000 WORTH IN GOOD
llmiaea, larvd and anisiU, wti ternu to stilt purvbaaera.
ttiier with or wlthnnt Incumbrance, fur cah and good
irare. Iniiudre of, fYi-m 10 I U o'okk, A M.
IHOft. M. PLOWMAN Xo. 9t7 . rOUItniSUiM-
O COUNTRY SEAT FOR SALE. A
Blandid coantrr HastdenM. with all modern
co-venlaucae and two acres of around, balf a mils irom
Kannvti ftQuart', and adrtnamr ehtaant maailon of liayard
laylor. ft will oe atio at um-ai attorincu by crounura.
liailroad and to 'Hjiraph within flHsien tnlnutta' ride. ApWj
to C.H. I'AlMKli, or W n. WAOIRL1 q . Woat
( lieetar,PaMor JACOU HUF.Y, Uamoitoa, Peiaia, )a4
Li A U U!
13 U N TI N O KLAOS,
Or BUI'EBIOS QUALtTT,
- Or 8LTEK10R QUALITT.
M U B L I N FLA (I B,
Or SlM'KKtOB QUALITY.
Wholesale and Retail, ot
W. B. HORSTMANH & SONS,
Bsrlt-tf nrtll aad OHKKBr Street.
J XI FOHTB lit
XVo. r.: LV. TIIIIVD Stroots
FAKCT VRKANDAHS POK WISDOWli.
AH krnda of Wkrk done promJUy, and attended to per-
No. 41 J K. TlliltU STKEBT,
PEE8I3 ENTIAL CAMPAIGN,
I, A (J H ,
BAHNEEj and transparencies.
No. W S. TIIIKD STREET,
Aboeo (Jhesnat, rblladetnkla.
Political Catr. -sikn Claba fttted out with Lanterns,
BadHM, Banner . and Flak',, at reasonable rates. Jeb-liai
TH! ARMY AND N A VI.
K V AN A II AHHAtjL,,
MILITAllY I- UltNISIWlta,
No. 4 in AKC1I STRKKT,
Bansori, Be uo;al and Company riant, H words,
Sasaee, Belt,, ft, anu, K.paalo'a, 'lata, caps, uantaena,
Rarortaclu, Cap. j Kl:t. field U'KSet, Spars, and every
thing pertaimina t.. tbe co3ipieto oatilt of Armr and 1107
A llboral dltcoi at abowl to the trade. myl-Klia
pUBL0t)UH8-FU PLOUGH 8.
Ofucort and loldn-re eisl'lng the cltyea furloui,hs,noe.'l' I
fca W It I M e
are iNvirau tA tii axi'.s.nvi
CSEOllOU V. HIMONS sfe 1111 0.
8ANS0M 8TKEKT HALL,
BAN.SOH Street, ahoeo SUta.
Made So order at the shortest aoUoe, whloh An- riehneai and
id atrnl licence challenge competition, no otner neute ta ma
oojintry oemblnllif tho MANUKA! 'TUKINU JKWE
WITU TUB 1-HACTICAI. swum aiaana. IM
O "W TO
1)E H THOY
BUBT'8 VT-MI- E11IAT0.
IT 18 lUrAU-lBLXI IT IS IKFALLIBfcJtl
Is put tp tn Large Boies for 86 Cents.
It all ready Iter use, ith,, el luSiuii with other artlelea.
Ws not Spoil or Gel lire and VVorUik-sa by Keeptaf.
UX so his Oilier ITepafalloat.
YVHMIN AK aXTHAVAOANTLr rUNO Or IT.
KATS AMD Mll'K HIE OUT Or TUWK HOLES.
Is Not lieneerous te Use.
fllees Sallslactlon lo all who ate It. .
old by all bruit-leu and Heeler, throat-bout Ut Vnssed
raeTnia.-Be sure and ask for Barf, Erteneioe.
Vsrsr botes, with the red label, aad signed by Me rrvprt
tov, . Bart, Jr. Take un otlior. w-ii
Impol.Ko 1 S. 1 ES I It Htroi. ae Watoot.
Man ufacwry, o. L jijvsSAI "fast sse
between Teal aad Eleven, rute-slf Ho, ,
)BAI. FSTAIR. r.RAT, THTATH
rtfAi. r.ST.ATR. IIKLSIA1K.
ItLAI. ' MATK. llS'AL tSTkTS
.-,,t,nio wriKTii loa s i it.
t.liSi.un "tint 11 H H I ai.
r. no wok . ll rim s. v..
VKS' MONTHI CA I AU1I K .11 ST 0"T,
M. Vii" 1 1 I T ' M At inn I' m-j., i ,
M.W JIOMM.V CATai.Odl'F .ttlir m;T.
I (HI I R V I IIITilt 1 1 I KMII 1 i.
it lilt at t I rut s i"i i it i ui not.
-1 ' it m a i f i fin s hi -i riiint 1 1 .- .
vr t- r i 1 1 ii ni m, i r tk m i
M ri.t't triiR itt it. i iaTi. wi n e,
M. . I.u s I 1 1 1, A I.I. 1 1 I..! 1 1 f ' m I .i I.,
So. n hi I II -1 If i.i r
n. I. i X. -I v t II fTi:i.i r.
o. ).'.! . s.. I II .i I Bl I T
I OH f'l-I MINI I'll! I I V I l. IK
,., I r,.-, tleplit-l'i. Hist ll-ii- .. I." i HI 04
s ...... .. .. '..I' i .irti, ,'-i I ...;,nij. i. t. i a
tin. nlleleno.sessl.il.' rir he bail The . er ' -t Sr -t il
n Ih.l.le I ral Let n:'-" ''':'',' '
ml ii i on r.n'tiir r M" I 1.
rraoltcai Heal ('' Vj".ViV.V "2."'.
. r-t N, SIXTH mre'.
it f"v eil oft)
8AI.K NO IiI;A (i 11 K
s i i'i. ol pi r.. " vim I.AM- -uri tut-i-d
t'.. nt-litu li.olitl.lv t ..I I'HI. firtelanli-
.,i.p. r j . tn i .
eaiii t if th I'
ll, i uli to I 'in- ili.-T liiirlM,-,...
tl.. ut t iirt'l s t ne .hnni-i. t-e a
aer. d. I'.tfrr
f ntlllout.i !USt out, 'or t'TStU "-i' ill leu. il Ion
HP.'lltliK O. MII.I.RIl.
friiltl Oj Real Ks'ate Aeent and lrt..r,
M0.1MM. ,t.. I H streets
J'OU S Ml-.. Til K OrtKATI-'.ST I'RD.-
lon i 1 tlie are, o p rth-s nn re.ii d in V e pur
ai. ai.il . -li ol lti si K.taif, Is in. IJi-'ai' ttiii-, l-lst on'.
fur krHiultoti-- dutilbiition.
nrO't te- M M VR,
Heal ti'late Ajtn' anil llrok.,
No. V M. NIK TH Jttrct
I C'H 8A1.K.-HAKOAIN-I II A K i.KI.i i.
man. Ko tasl.-n to a-lri;d Hliir," i or mnr
tfi-l i r, li. lit- hi II. e rw' t pin i s. Al' u.ai is ni----
i I - t n tst in l-e 1-lrr t'tunaiii'. ttisl o i rf-p-tine
.1 a ta e top '(' r am 1 1-1:- tin of atver is mt-nU
etaioane-, l Isheit h pi tie- heiliiu no erai-tl-: I
e Itoe ot tt at es'ate matti
.I.'ilttfn. i , ,711 i,rn,
rrattrnl Knal Estate Operator r r M r Ut t .-n-y -.,
a FOR SAI-K I11M)1II-.I)S l)- IM.I-.ttA PI I
I '! llnilcHni I. nis. all ovi-r iin- of Pri'.ail -i-lils I'fl-
about tiiit.trn stimini tu. m in iuni i- in.
No. I.M S. Sl 1 11 trit
fx J'Olt. KAI.K THOUSANDS Of IJOI,.
Ui lore' n-oi'li of Keal Ustate . .tl--tit al lowor nrli-oa
then voti enn uossllilv ui-t It tor al anctli li. rll t r ntta-
lomie, lnt out. "' .
No. l.'.t J. Hixrn ninel.
8 A I, F. .AT A 1.1. TIMKS. 109
Jtiii I'WI lltnt.'i
s tin haul, ofwhti-h Immi-illate poi.es. Ion
run In- hal; no person s!.tnMil f.ill to can on me nrst.lt
l.h to iiin'; ase Keai r..inte. cm. or iot in-
veifuient or tK-inpant-y. ..,,.
1 ,1.' Mti tr. i;. ni I i.i.r.i.,
rictlcnl Ileal r.i aio Aunt ami llioki-r,
No. 1-1 N. HI.VTU Htieot.
a. FOR SAI.K SEAT DWELLINO, St.
Itii N. eBM.NIII Hiri et. Prli cSTf. 0
er t tcili lit liwi lllliiK, No. 4'i7 N. I ouith t'reet. rt
2o b.v t t'-t-t ih t p. 11 rooms, rnce s.ouo. jmmtoiate pr-
hcsior ol both.
Ii, suti h iHai'jiOhf i.thers, nil lo I'O found In no new
fin.ri11.lv catnlontie. .ni.t out.
(lEOItfiK f. VIl.l.Krt,
No. L't N. HIrH Street.
IC O I T V.
This raeorlte house, which 1, most delightfully eltoated.
m ar the beauh. haa b. in newly repapered, repainted, sod
tliorotishly reeeiierated, and Is now open for th - reeeptfoa
of L'tit''s, otn rlns the comf ,rt of S bono, combined with,
all the liixuiic, of the season.
Terms moderate. trS-loi
10NGKKSS HAUt. ATLANTIC CITY.
I wou'd rftspjcinilly ltiiurm my fiionda and tbo
public, Uiat lhavaKHlu taKeii ConRiehi Halt,thlf beta
the third year, and have made eTry preparation for tte
cm 1 1 iu aeaann, tbe tu use btvns enlarged, remodelled, naw
ftnnltuie. the chamber witfj fpring hetl. o ,o , aad
will oemiiitKlai lour hnu-lred gm-ate. Ton will tlnd do
better placu than 7?srM Uatl. it U the naoteat to tho
ocVan i any ol tlie lara feokf of Atlantic Ctty, helnx bnt
one htindrod yard: tr4- he bt".l,thu preitenttns ttaalT
an acvai4iat.e .o sr.s . tVo Thate cannot be auv btir
bathing than ot Atlantic tfct tbQaer. The aand bar that
eati audi a trcnt dvawnock 'am i . on hai all bean awopc,
away b the high thlee of laat winter, fomung itaoU tbo
btot bMh'DK iun on the AtUntlc tea-board.
There In an ecUtit lintl of Muilo eugaged
Attnrhed li o aplendld Btltlatd Kooa.
jcU-U Q. W. HIKKUL
TNLKT 1 1 O U H 1
GKO. I. OIENTX, Proprietor.
(lion rd fOrorahlv known aa ftronrtator of OYBTftB
JlAT, SIX I'll und CllKSNin' StreeU.)
Parttfi acrommo4lat with Hoau, F!hlnx I.lrea,Ac.,Kit
Cora run to the bouee ery twont) nun -tea. je9-tf
NITED 8TATK8 HOTEL.
ATLANTIC Oil V. NKW JKHSKV.
Thli celebrated Hotel in now ooen for tbe roention of
l'Ufftt, aod id ui'dtr Uie npt-rviiou of Colonel Jautea W.
rowtri.lth Mr. Kdward llaitwaltan AaiUtant.
Practical and erleAced pvmon have hmn employed
forc-rich dc'i.rtrtinem, andtbry exertion will be inado to
C.duct the am to the entire oatufactlon 01 tha pihllr.
Afu-r Juo li f'ur train will hare Vine Beot Ferrf.
dally; the fast Line through Jn two hour, without atop
t nc at tlie ay Mado,?,,
A paBst tiK-r car wUl be run from the Hotel to the Inlet
ert'ry twenty mlitufui.
llnnhlt-r ftaml, under the direct im of Mr. Simoa ILae
Ir hiu hei-n fiiMnKcci lor the lennni
dVLTboos wlilnnii to eng ine riKiiiM will addntif
ilUOWS: A WUKLl'fKR,
Atlantic City, Nuw Jersey .
V B.The Bund Bar which Inst ymr formed oo.ntlfcO
theftlkore hah entirely dl-aitenrvd, loavlng the bvach oao
ol the beat and fcititut on the uiiat. Je-lm
IX CHANGE HOTEL, ATLANTIC CITY.
J The nhsifrib3i-, Rratt-tul for tait favors, tender
thank to hl.i patroni and the pubila for the Keneroui cua
toni Klvtn hiu i, and begi leave to aay thut he la uow open
(or tho at (Hn, and ready to rocelve txiaidert, permanent
and transient, on the moat mm t orate terms- The bar will
always be HiiilVd with the ,nolct?t wtnci, Uuora, and
cmui and supeilor old alu. The tabiea will bo tot wlUt
the bi'tt the mttrket atfotiH,
.mIiImk Itoof and tat-kle a!way ou hand.
Hiaidf tu 'ii on ti e pren,.
All the couiKtIi ot n home can alwara he fhtind at tho
EsWmiu. OUs-ll.VVl.Alf ,
jet u rrouilotor.
SITUATE OS Kl.NTUCKY AVENUE.
Ol'POHlTK TIIR HUKr" 110USK.
HVVAH1 Df)YljE, l'roprietos.
Tones to suit the times. Je!-tf
UK AI.KAMHRA, ATLANTIC C1TV, S. I,
is rim open lor vitllors Tlie ro.ius and tablo aro
an--iiri'is.',i-d hj any on itn- Islnnu I .Tins m-'Oerate.
t:to-lui iiuuuco ii iuu.iu, i ropnetora.
j c K a-i- at h i n g s k a-u atuino.
Cal'E lsl.A.Mi, CAJ'K MAY, K. .
C'htMreti untii-r IV v,.nr. t'ate nail mrvnuts halt ortoa.
8uM-rloi ai-i ominooaM'.n'. and niiiili- room
hK '1 11'" 111 Sl'ltl- It 1'KIM'INS.
le'.'l-'.'ra AAltUN UAltSKl'sON. ITofrleba-.
No. r;n chksnut htkk.et.
l im.AI KLl-lII K.
Ths Houxt' Is tt.pt on tne r'ttrooem Plln ; the Kootue
tie coiivi'nli'iit .nil e-tll ieutilatiu. 'I ue Utstaiirant oitexa
all liivnilt-s ol the neason.
,-i J, J(. M Kl'lVU lll.n, riui rletor.
NO It 1 H IUI1-
W refn-.id the inooey, If tti-sln-d, for ovary lot 01 Sblrto)
eihkb la 11 lu any rocpeot.
I'll' LKSOTHWISK OT MUrH.IM.
Made of Kvw Vera Mills Muslin, and very flee tinea
Bosoms. Only ll J. Ueuul prtte jO'OO.
WUllamavllle Mills Muslin, and fine Linen Boeoias,
Only t-r0. t'siial prlue S3-50.
GENTLEMEN'S rUHNISIIINa GOODS.
HJIIT1I A JACOIW,
myS-Sis Ko. 1418 CIIKHNCT Strool.
lJ'4i eiHMUT STKEBT.
The attention of LADIES VISITING THE
CITY, or those aboat I.KAVlNll It for" War er
Iuk I'lacea,' or "the Country," ta reapcurtjiy
linlied to the e.veualee stonk. of Will 18
t.Uiilia anltakla for fUMMEH WEIH.tkir
WHITE UUlilt'.S, MUBN1MO WEArfBVKS,
Aa axtonslre assortment lo oftVred hIo
and Wia'ked Edvinas and Insertions, Voiu,
llantlkereblefs, Collars, Sieeees.aud Inplaia
and ntnt-y Vlald. Sa-lped.and FlKUreJ Jjr ft to
OiM.ds AT FHICaS MUCH OEtOeY TU
1-KKeKNT KK C AIL VALVE.
)i frlaled Linen UamOrW 1 M
loo uieoea J-ailed, luohed, aud awtped Mat.
J3. M Pe-KIUJS.
Tnr HOOP RK1KTS, A"9Q
!) Man nfactetT.Ko. S AKCH Street, Ui
u ' Aboio Ulxlh street,
W kaleoato aad Retail.
Tho moat oompUtte aaaortoMint of Ladlea.Mlss', aad
Chlidioa's Hoop Sklru la tbe eity, la every respect nret
class, nhleb tut tjte, ameh, daro'jiuty, oadeheeBaeeo,
bs.e no exiiol in Uie market.
hkliismad, tow4r, iattl, sid repaired. .
M l VI at T-0rKU