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THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, JULY 2G, 1801.
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TCF.SDAY, JULY 20, 186-t.
SIOW, IW MI I. IT ART OPKRATIOW. TO
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Th lnte Account from the Shenandoah
YA1I07 ft long time led on to bellere that
tnfltaftdof An rmj of raiders marching on
Washington, a column of our own troops .mint
tmaling a diversion In favor of Grant.
Wtwm we at last learned that there waa no
longer any doubt that the enemy waa marching
rapidly up the Shenandoah ralley, we made
Tap our minds that a column of oar troops cer
tainly Aimed At taking Richmond by a surprise
Sank morement from the direction of Lynch
burg. The great panic of farmers, who cam
fcvrrywg northward, driving their stock, wa
Inexplicable when we recollected that If the
Column proved to be the enemy, he must be
petting away as fast as possible. But soon the
enemy did Appear; he eat, he burned, he pil
fered, And tie pillaged, And, worst of all, we
found out that he could arrive down the valley
by marching up it. Moreover, after he had
gorged himself with food, and his wagon with
plunder, the newspapers made him fly down
the valley, when we thought there was no
more down to It.
This la truly startling, when an enemy Is so
Alert that he Arrives In front of the capital by
biking the back track. What A dreadful Idea
la suggested of his speed, supposing him to
make a forced march In the real direction of
This peculiarity of the Shenaudoah valley, or
Of the Rebel marching, stUl continued to excite
4ur surprise, when the Army and Navy Jour
Jal, speaking of what transpired after Hcn
Ikb's retreat from Lynchburg, said: "At
" once the enemy moved up the Shenandoah,
"imd on Saturday, July 2, evidences of their
" approach were numerous." This Is fuarful I
Bet Is high military authority for saying that
the enemy coald not avoid getting to Wash
ington. They evidently tried to got away,
but on July 2, there could be no doubt about
their early arrival. The military must really
order a reconnoissunce, and see why It Is that
when the enemy goes up the valley, he per
force comes down, and when he goes down
lie comes up.
: Not long ago we were reading a descrip
tion of the fortifications above the mouth of
Stono river, in South Carolina. According
to It, Legareville had either been ferried
Across the Stono, or ebe the river had lately
changed its bae. Knowing thut the land was
Anything but froe-soil In those regions, and
Alighting on some other newspaper ac
counts, which spoke of places in positions
Where they could not have got without soma
convulsion of nature, of which we had not
beard, we were forced to conclude that the
towns had moved. This was etipecially grati
fying, as old acquaintance with South Caro
lina had led ue to believe that nothing at all
- For the sake of the much-alluded-to future
historian, who Is likely to have a heavy
enough job, without being perplexed In his
attempts to follow the ups and downs and
rights and lefts of some of the accounts of
.tattles which have taken place, we purpose
giving the rules by which perilous who write
about military matters may avoid describing
one wing of a., army engaged In a naval com
bat In several fathoms ot water, or advancln
backwards on the capital of the nation.
Up a valley is In the direction from which
Its streams flow. Down a valley is where Its
(rutins discharge their waters. Shenandoah
valley Is the valley of the Shenandoah river,
Which flows into the Potomac ; consequently
to go up the valley Is to go away from Wash
ington. The recollection of tills description
will prevent the enemy from making these
extraordinary marches, and appearing JiiHt In
the opposiU direction from the one In which
he was expected.
The right bank of a river and the left bank
do not correspond with the rl'it and left hands
of an observer supposed to be looking up
Stream, but with the right and left baud of
an observer supposed to be looking down
Stream. Keeping tills In mind will much
facilitate the movements of soldiers, who draw
ouly five feet three Inches of water, and who,
At present, are often made to appear to flglit
while navigating streams of roiiHiderublu depth.
TOI.IJt.AN4K OF DIVIDED POLITICAL
There can be no doubt that one of the m-ist
erlous difficulties wUh which the Adminis
tration has had to contend in its effort to put
down the Rebellion, Is the want of hearty
unity among the people of the North. It in
not our purpose Juwt now t account for this
fact. We are satin fled, at all events, that tb.it
theory of the matter which holds that every
Citizen who does not blindly and absolutely
approre of every measure of the Administra
tion Is. therefore, in sympathy with treason,
la entirely wrong.
It is fkr more charitable as well as reisona
hie to believe that comparatively few of the
people In the non-seceded States have .any
friendly regard for the deluded men who ure
In arms against the national authorities, and
Striving, with a vigor And persistence worthy
of a better cause, to destroy the Union. It by
no means follows that he who does not think a
particular war policy right, is therefore inimi
cal to the war lUclf.
lt would be obviously absurd to conclude
that a farmer In Ohio, or a shoemaker In Mas
aachujwtta, Is dUposed to glve aid and com
fort'' to th RubeUi, because he grumbles a
Utile at the high t on grain or on leather
It Is no less preposterous to assume that any
Cltixen of Pennsylvania Is ntttrlly solicitous
for the success of the Rebellion, bacause he
tiouestly entertains and dares to exprma the
opinion that certain acts of the National Exe
cutive and Congress, designed to promote th
triumph of our arms In the present contest,
ax lU.ly to have, In practical operation, a
directly opposite effect.
Such Uhberality In the construction of the
notire of those of our neighbors who do not
Jtogthx agree with as in judgment as to
the war policy of the Administration, Is not
ftl hfAtiwud, but it ll fitted to drive. Uto
open opposition to the Administration hun
dreds of thousands of truly loyal And patriotic
citizens, who have too much of the genuine
spirit of freemen to be bullied by unjust sus
picions end coarse invective Into the support
of measures which they conscientiously be
lieve to be unsound in point of principle and
prejudicial to the public welfare in their
Allowance should be made alno for the gr
dual but sure awakening of the great body of
our people to a true knowledge of the real
Issues Involved In the prwnt struggle, which
at first dawned slowly upon the public, mind.
It Is of course difficult for profoxsed politicians
to comprehend tho Ignorance that prevailed
with regard to the Increaolng eatiKos of strife
which at Inst culminated in the atrocious
overt act of the Rebels j but they must benr
In mind that long years of peace and pros
perity had lulled the nation Into a slumberous
apathy of trading and manufacturing for gain,
and plautlng and harvesting crops. Out of
this stupor we were rudely aroused with the
shock of war; and it is only since then
that our people are studying and learn
ing for themselves the long preparation
and deep design of tho traitorous fiends at
Richmond. Pay by dsy the men of the North
know more of these, snd only sufficient time
and fair argument Is needed to weld them
Into perfect harmony, not only In support of
the war, but the great and necessary refoims
prowlng out of It.
lie who does not, as a mere partisan, yield
an Implicit and unqualified asent to all that
Is done or advised by the Administration is
not, therefore, hostile to the Government.
On the contrary, he perhaps Is the truest and
wisest patriot who cares more for his country
than lor those who may be temporarily
charged with the conduct of its a flairs. While
statesmen are not Infallible, tho poople whom
they rule by election should never concede
to them that unquestioned sway which be
longs only to the unerring government of
God! Nor will the ministers of any nation, if
duly conscious of their liability to mistakes of
judgment In the execution of their great
trust, and virtuously Incllued to discbarge it
only for the good of their constituents, evor
wish to free themselves so entirely from pub
lic criticism as to make their own unre
strained will and unaided Intelligence the
solo dependence and gnarantee of national
safety and happiness.
In short, every citizen of a democratic
Government like ours, who ventures to ex
press his honest doubt of the expediency
of any measure of the Administration, Is not
therefore to be denounced as a traitor. His
patriotism, if not his wisdom, may bo at the
bottom of his dissent. And if those who
claim to be the special friends of "the powers
that be," would only fully recognize and
act upon this reasonable view of the subject,
the people of the North might be as nearly
united as to all the essentia) conditions and
aims of this war as are the people of the South.
Among the wonders that figure in the
Arabian tales, our juvenile credulity was par
ticularly startled by the description of a tent
which could be held lu the hollow of the
hand, but had the capacity for covering a
mighty host. We have often been reminded
of that curiosity while dwelling upon the sig
nificance of certain llttlo monosyllubles,
which are easily pronounced with a single
breath, but enclose a world of meaning.
Smith failed yesterday. So the papers report,
and many acquaintances of Smith discuss the
event. As a failure Is not a novel occurrence,
few persons pause to think over tho peculiar
calamity that has befallen Smith.
Yet the "dreadAil accidents" which gorge
the gossips, and loom largely In the public
prints, have frequently less of real tragedy,
and always less food for thought, than such
disasters as that which has overtaken this
man. Smith may have labored through
the best portion of a liletlme, wasted the vigor
of youth, tahked his tuct, strained his ener
gies, studied while others slept, to build up
a great business and achieve wealth. lie
may have thrown his whole soul Into his
pursuit, aud shut himself from all unproduc
At length he has found himself at the head
of a house, with hundreds of thousands In
vested In the transactions of trade, a vast cir
cle of credit, and wide Influence In the com
munity. He has begun to turn his thoughts
to the enjoyment of means so hurdly earned.
He has established his family In a luxurious
house. The gayetles of fushlon glitter urouud
those who ure dear to him, and be lilmtell for
sakes the counting-room to mingle among
those light-hearted ones who joyously flit
through life like butterflies umong the blooms.
Suddenly a cloud darkens the skyth:it seemed
A storm crashes over the commercls!
world, and sweeps away hundreds who but
yesterday appeared to have built, like the
wise man, upon a rock, but had really
raised their structures of trade upon the shift
ing sands. Smith has trusted some of these
wrecked ones heavily, and when they fall the
foundations of his house are shaken. lie feels
his foothold giving way, but struggles m:in
fully, even despera'ely, to maintain his credit,
meet all his engagements, and ride out tho
gale. Rut the hurricane drives with a fury,
hundreds of thousands of dollars are swallowed
up by the advancing tide of disaster, and on a
certain day Smith finds himself unable to
meet bis notes. Appeals to the money-lenders
are of no avail tils circumstances have been
opened to prying eyes, and his credit Is not
worth a cent. He goes to his home a ruined
man. His bet years have been spent la toll
He is a stroug-souled man if he does not
yield to despuir. All his work Is to do over
again if he would be a man of wealth ; but In
view of what has happened, will he have the
heart for a second strife? Following the
breaking down of bis business comes that
sore trial, the breaking np of a splendid home.
Ills wife now thoroughly a woman of fashion
and In love with luxury must give up the
imposing palace, the carriage, the dazzling
assemblies, and the gorgeous furniture, and
preside over an humble household, where or
dinary comforts are alouti to be expected.
His daughters equally habituated to a
brilliantly dissipated existence, and perhaps
about to achieve a fine matrimonial exploit
will fall out of sight of their silken adorers.
Ills son, just graduating as a fast young man,
and learned iu the art of doing nothing grace
fully. Is to become the contempt of his com
panions, with whom he will seek an intimacy,
though without A cent in nia pocacw oucu
changes are not alwaya borne without break-
let hearts. If the strong wiu or onum naas
the struggle almost too fierce ter mm, now
can h look for firmness among the more
trivial members of his family? These ere
some of the incidents of A failure.
In the descent from that palatial store In
the great avenue of trade to the little shop In
the by-street ; and from, that gorgeous man
sion in the West F.nd to the two-etory brlch
near the outskirts of the town, there must be
as terrible torture of the heart as most per
sons could bear and survive. Such men as
Smith merit our deepest sympathy, and
those, of bis kind are not few. Those who fall
as the natural result of unfair dealing who
have carried a haughly brow through pros
perity, or who have lived extravagantly upon
the means of others receive a deserved pun
ishment, which, wo can only hope, may Im
prove their ways, Rut those who, like
Smith, havo earned their wealth, and who
are ruined by tho faults of others, are worthy
of every aid tlio generous may extend.
UNITED STATES riNANOCS.
A litnlar from Nftrrrfnrjr t'fsmeniton
Apprnl to the lrle or th Connlrr
4 onvlnrlnic t'lnnnalnl Aran mrnl The
(Jovrrnmpnt must bs Niilainrd We
4 no lo ho M Khont forerun Assistance
linr Wsalanoaol I:cwt Onrltesonrroa
Tlio!lnrfinenfa Which Insure Nav.
tlonnl I'rrinnnrnre ore the Moat Pro
fllMhlr. Vt'A"!iiNiTOW, July 2fl, li4.
HccrMarr Frwvomr. nnrlnr atithrltr ot tlia lot
01 foorrnwa at ,111110 la-t, enuinworioa; lilin to laauo
an mount not pxo(mh1tui( AU. 000,000 in Tran.tiry
Boles. Me., ha tiwliy (tiren nolle tnat aubcrlpUonj
will Ihi received by Hie TroaMirer of tho Vnitmt
Ulalm, rh several Aaltant Trtmaurani and dnt(.
nan (I ili'iioaitorica, anil b tho national banks tlajtr.
iintwJ and qunlflled as riftMiRitorlea, and 8nancial
"i iits, lor treasury notes, payable three years from
AupuHt l.'lli, If-M, boiinr Intermit at tn rats ot
oven and throe-tenths per ecnt. por annum, with
aemJ-auntml coupons attached, payable In lawful
These notes will be eonrortltilo, at tlio option ol th
bolder, at maturity, Into six per cont. (-old-bearing
bonds, redeemable alter Ave. and parable twenty,
yirs from Ainrte-t IB, 1W17. Tho notai will be Issued
in denomination ol Hity.one hundred, fire hundred,
one thousand and fire thousand dollar, and in blank
or payab:e to order, as may be directed by the sub
scribers. All aulMCriiiiloiis mut bo for filty dollars.
Interest Ul be allotted to August 16th on all de
posit made prior to that date, aud paid by the Do
sirlment npon roceiptol th original certificate.
As the notea draw Infamst Irora Auguxt 15th, per
sona making deponiU ubaflquent to that date mu.it
pay the intoreat accrued iroin the dale of the notea
to the date ordepoait.
I'aiilea depositing 2T,,000 and upwarda for theas
notou at any one lime wilt be allowed a commission
ot ono quarter ot one ier cent., which will bo paid
by tho Treaaury Department upon tlio reeoipt ot a
bill for the amount certified to ly the officer with
Imm the doponit niado.
No deduction for commiMionn mudt be made (ram
Accompanying this adrerllaement In circular form
Is Hecretary Fiwrntn'i pieal to the people ofthe
United IStatca, In which lio av; The oiraum
lancoa under whilic thia loan I akod lor and our
aid Invoked, thouyn dlfibrina; widely Irom th exist
ing alate ol HlTiiJm tlimo year ago, are liinh ax afford
equal encouragement and ancurity. Time, while
proving that the ati-urirlo tor national unity waits
exceed in tiurnlinn and aevority our worat anticipa
tion ha tented tho national atrenglhand developed
the national romurora to an extent alike nnoxpeoted
and remaikable, exciting equal aaiomthment at
home and abroad.
Three yrarxol war have burdened you w ith debt
which, but thrci- ycata aincn, would have aoomed be
yond your ability to moot, yet the accumulated
wealth and productive cuergici of the nation have
proved to be ao vast that it nun l(oen borno with com
parlttvo cane, and a i eureful liiluro would hardly
(eel it weight. Aa a pr'ce puid lor national existence
nnd the prcaervution ot iroe inntitutioiu, It duos nut
dtnervc a momont's connidertition. Thus fur the nar
liaa Ixrn ajpporled and earned oil, as it ouly could
have been, by a people rcaolved, at whatever coat of
blood and treasure, to transmit unimpaired to pos
terity theorem ot free government bequeathed I o
tht m by the great men who fiumcd It.
'till delllicnilo mid patriot ic remilvc has developed
a power surprising even to themselves. It has aliown
that in Ichh tlinti a orntury a uiitiou bus ar.arn tin
surpuHxed in vicor, and exliaustltisa lu resource,
nlili' to conduct through a soriin of yuar war on
moat gignut e ncale, and finding itnelt, when near its
vlove, almost unimpaired in all I ho material elements
ll bus at the picxent moment groat nrmioa In tho
field lacing au rurmv apparent!)- appioaching a
peiiod ol utter exhaustion, hut alill struggling with
a lorco tlio greater and more deierle, as it aeed,
nnd beeauxe il sees the near approach ol a final and
hui ll, in inv deliberate Judgment, is the present
condition ot too grout contest lor civil liberty in
which you aro now engaged. Hp to the present
moment yon have readily and cheerfully ntl'orded
me menns neeensHiy to support your lioverumout
in this prntmcted strugle. It Is your war; you
proclaimed it, and you havo sii.-tulned it against
tio tors everywhere with a patriotic devotion un
surpassed in the world's history. Tho aocmities
tillered aro aueh as should command your ready
confidence. Much effort has been made to snake
the public iiulli in our national credit, both at homo
aud uhroud As yet we ha e asked no foreign aid.
aim aud self-reliant our own moans have thus
tur proved adequate to our wants. I'll 'y aro yet
ample to meet those ol tho present and the future.
It still remains lor a piitriotio peoplo to lurnish the
needful supply. The bravo nieu who are fighting
our battles bv land and sea mu-t be led and clothed;
munitions ot wur of all kinds must be furnished, or
the wur must end in deieat and disgrace.
Thia is not the time for any lover of Ids country to
Inquire as to the atate ol the money market, or to ask
whether be can o convert his surplus oapbal so as to
yu Id blm a larger return. No return and no prollt
run be ucsirablu it lollowed by national dissolution or
national disgrace, rresouf profit thus aoquireil is but
the precursor ol liiiureauu speedy destruction. So
investment can be so surely profitable at thit which
tends to insure tho natioual oistence.
Jam encouraged iu tho belief that by the reoent
loffialutiou oi ( ongres our finances may soon bo
placed upon a souuiler anil more stable looting.
I he present deranged condition ot tho currently is
Imputable lu a ureal degree to disiuihancoa arising
Irom toe withdrawal of ni'cosamy checks otton in
evitable in time ol war, wheu expeudituro must
lureiy exceed any possible supply ol'coiu.
ilie opportunities thus prewiiled toacquiro sudden
w-ea Ih. nnvo led to tariotis speculations, a comv.'
queut increase ol prices and violent fluctuations.
I he remedy is to tie found only in controlling the
necessity which bevels the evil. Hitherto we havo
Jell the need of more extensive and vigorous Uxa
t'ou. Cevero comment has be n mode upon what
wemed to many an undue limiditv und tardiness ol
action on the part oi t engross. In this regard, I
deem It tint just to sav. Ilmi very moat misappre
hension ho existed, and poriiap stili exists, upon
i"'is:utoi. like all others, have much to learn. In
a new rondition ot atfuirs, an entirely new system
won to be devised, and t jnt system must necessarily
be the growth ol time and eXM-rieucc. It is not
strouge thut the first etlorta should have proved iin
jerlei l and ii adequa.o To lav heavy burt'eus on a
gteut anil patiiotiu iieople in such a manner as to be
equal, aud as to oocttsiou the ieusi amount ol sul
teiiug or annoyance, require lime, and caution, unit
rast labor; und with ail these, exporionoe is needful
to tefct the value ol ttie system und correct its error.
Mich haw lioou tlio work which 4'ougiess was called
upon to ncr.orin, aud 1 am luippy to say that the
duily iults are proving the internal lereuuc ant to
exceed in etticieuoy t lie most sanguine expectation
ol its authors.
In the month ot June, 11.1. it yielded alMiut
SM.AOO.fgi, wlnle the cornstponding mouth o. tin
year re.mned about ir,,ii,n.j under lliu same aw.
I nder the uew law, which went into operation au
thebrst ot lhcpre. in month, the Treasury not
linlH-qiicnllv receives one ii ilhon in a day. As liui"
and e.iiM'rteuce tuuke the othcors employed in eo'
looting the revenue enforce tho strinient provi
sions ol Ihe new litw, I tru-i u million per day will
be found the rule und not the exception. Mill much
space is iindo ibledly leit tor iuipioveineul iu l.iu
law and iu its udmiuMrutiou, tie a greater amount ot
necessary int'orintitlou is acquired.
1 he proper source oi' revcuur, and the most el
lecuve mooes oi obtaining it, are bust dcvoloiiod in
the execution of tho existni laws. And I have
caused meusurea lo be initialed which will, it is ne
lieved, enable Congress ao to liupruve and eulurve
the system, as, wheu tukeu in oouuootfou with the
revenue troiu customs aud other source, to atl'ord an
ample aud secure basis lor the Nutional credit. Ouly
on such a basis, and in a steady aud vigorous restraint
upon currency can a remedy he lound for existiug
evils, bucii restraint can only be exercised when
the tioveruincnt is lliruished with means to provide
lor its ucocesitiea, but without the aid of a pstrlotio
people any tioicrniuent is powerless iur this or auy
oilier desiruble end.
Ihe denominations of the notea prooed to be
issued, ranging Iroto fiitv to lire thousand dollars,
place these securities within Hi reach of all who am
disposed to aid their country. For their redumption,
the faith, and honor, and property or that eouutry
are sojeiuuly pledged. A aucceMful Issue to this
coutest, now believed to be near at hand, will largely
enhance their value to the holder, and peso onco
more restored, all burdens oan be lightly borne, lie
who selfishly withholds hi aid in the hope oi turu
lug his available meana to greater Immediate profit i
si cculatjmr npon hi country's misiortunes, aud may
Hud that what seems to be present gain leada ouly to
tutor loo. I appeal, therefore, wilh oonfldeuoo to
a loyal and patilotio people, aud invoke tho effort of
all who love their country and deslr lor It a glorious
future, to aid their Oovernmeut In sustaining It
credit and placing that credit upon a stable louuday
tion. W. J. KgtWKNDIlN,
Hoc rotary ol th Treaaury.
Fokkion Missions. The flnanclul state ofthe
coontry and the high rate, of foreign exchange
operate very injuriously upon the operations of
the foreign missionary societies; aud the Ameri
can Board fur Foreign Missions has been obliged
to Issue a circular culling upon the cburclaus for
additional subscriptions to the amount of
100,000. The financial year ends August 31,
and the Board and its fYleuds feel great ankiety
lest the year should close wllti a hesry debt
EMCAVPR lr ATr.I.RMRAPII OrEB&TOB
III) AIY-Tt RF-H, Ar.
faerftfvHseVwrf pf rh Vnmiri Vfnaveivr,
The letter copied below (rives a very p quaat
account of the epturc and escape of a telegraph
operator stationed at Union City, Tennessee, and
Citpttircd with the notorlmm Colonel Hawkins
a capture, by the w ay, which never would have
occurred, hud either ofthe two proposition' pro
posed by Colonel Lawrence, of the 31th Wcw
Jersey, been acted on one to evacuate, the other
to reinforce, that post. The below wat received
by l.lmteti.'iTit-l 'oiont l T. C. Moore, row com
manding tho .'llth hew Jersey
KoKT TUKKN, I'lNMOIA, Kl., Jtin 10.
1W'4. My Deal Colore! Moore. You will, I
doubt not, lie surpi t-cd to hear from me in this
Place. 1 have Hiiccrcdcd in niakitift tny escape
trotn tin- la bel prison in w hich I w.i confined
along with two ollleeiti, one ot whom was cap
tured at Union City at the same time ai myself.
How fuiHtn ilc yon were to get out ol it the nlUt
lieltirc ! 1 was very anxious uhont yon, lor tear
d your la?inp ibUch on your way buck to Colum
bus. My travel may interest you, and I wilt
tii you abort skcti h of thrin.
Alter lighting rt hours, und killing; several
ltchcla, we w ere surrendered a prisoners of wvr,
nnd iiiiirilicd twelve mile Unit day, Witu
tho exception of what I hud on, I lost every
tiling. We got to Trenton on friuturday, about
noon, and remained till Monday morning.
Krom lbnt place wa were marched through
West Tt nnessee to AVe-t 1'olnt, Mississippi, on
foot; here we were put on board cars, aud sent
to Mobile. All this lime we were, marched
hard, and had little or nothing to cat. Wo ar
rived in Mobile, about the 20t U of April, in a
tuning condition; the little given tin to out
was rancid baron and corn meal. We were kept
in Mi bile for live or six (lavs, when we wore sent
to Amtricus, Georgia, via Montgomery, Alabama,
and ColtinihitH, Georgia, anil from there to Macon,
Grotgln, from which place I made ray escape
We were near y htarved out. About the 10th of
May last, we cut a hole in the fl or of our jail,
nnd tunnelled out, timktsig our escape on the
morning of ths 1 ttli of May, about two o'clock
A. M. Tho Itch put bloodhound on ottr track,
but so fooled them by rubbing onions on our
boots and clothes, which killed the scent. After
a great many hardship and much suffering, we
succeeded in reaching this placo. after being
thirty days on tho way, walking throe hundred
and thirteen miles, mostly by night, going by
river two hundred and fifty milos more, making
aliotit Gve hundred and fifty mile through
Georgia, Alabama, and Florida, to our lines,
living on the Confederates. We p isavd as fur
lotighcd men going home, and had forged papers,
and by this means paused through the "enraged"
militia of Southern Alabama, &c. We were
nearly starved when we got here. I had only
one pair ot pants, and they were worn out before
and behind, and an old shirt and hat not much
left of me but skin, bones, and lifo. I was dirty,
lll'liy, and everything that was foul and loath
some. When we got here we reported to.
General Ashboth, wnotn 1 knew In Columlms;
ho remembered me, and bus been very klntl to
me; we aie staying with him now waiting
for transportation to New Orleans or Now
York. I will t-oon be In Columbus. Muce
March '21 1 have walked something over six
hundred miles, and Inen through the ('. S. of A.,
damn 'eni, most empliuticully I say damn 'em.
If you see , sny to liltn Dr. Murray
came with me and is well, und will noon bo ut
Columbus; also, say all tho officers of the 7tli
TerncsRcc were w ell w hen we left them at Macon,
Georgia ; Cuptain llayei hud been sick, but was
lienor. I will be in yonr town soon and will call
and tee yon. Until then, my dear Colonel, I
am yours, as ever. Kpoar 11. McNakim,
Military Tclfrw' Oporator, U. IS. Army.
He allude to Ca.... .uln, oi4rnrrul Rr.i)mirK
stall, heinv Stint to t'nion City under ftiilitsry e.eort, for
ItifortnatSili as to the prohaHe ileitis ol tils Kchcls. Colo
n el M. B' CeliipHiiled t he exio-dition.
AHAMfl MntlimtOYDK. On tho llth Inslnnt.hr
thn Kev. Kingston lloililnril. Mr. JA.MKS M. A11AMS to
Miss MAICV Ml Ul.lTKDVDli. all ot this dir.
AMK.s-HMALI.WOOI.-On the ?4th Ind . at Caimlen.
IS'.. I., by Hev. (!. W. HeHhlcy, Mr. FIHKK AM KS.ol De
laware, to Miss HKllM't'A A. 8. H.MAI. I. WU. II). of
Camden, N. J. Delaware aud lialtimore papurs plea-e
KOOT MK.t!i:K.-nn Tuesday evcnlnn.Juty 19fh, lsl,
bv the Kev. It, J. I'attlson, .Mr. KDUIN I). IHI'IT lo
Wins CAItKlK.h. MKlll K, both ol tlilsclty. Mew York
ami Newark, N. J., papers pleaae copy.
HOI HAl.l.-MATII.K. On the Itttli Inst., lo St. Hte-
J hen's Chureli, 1'hllailelplila. tty tha ftev. ll. Washuurn,
lector ol Trinity t.'liurcli, JAM r.H IH'.NiAN IKIIMIAI.L,
01 Montreal (,'. W unit Miss LAUHK I.M11.1K MATII.K.
ol Waslilimton. D. c.
Mc:l,AlN-KRAMH.-On the Uttl Inst., by Rs. ,t.
nickerson. :r. A A HON W. MeCI.AlS to Miss AMtilK
K. I HAMK, sllul West I'hflailelphht.
UrMAIION-WILSON. -t)n the nth ult . In Phtlsilel
phla, by the Iter. D. Washburn, ol Trinllv Charch.
1IIOMA.H .Mc.MAHDN and MAKIiAltKl Wil.SU', all
ol this city, fro cards.
IKlLTON. At Atchalala.xa llavou, Louisiana en 39th
Mav. Istit, ot fever contracted in the annv, Onlcrly Ser
geant JOSK.rtl ('. BOLTON . Co. K. KlKktc nhilh Indiana
Voluuteers, In the 40th year of his age, formerly ot this
JOHNSTON. -On WedncHlar mornlna, Sfth but., lu
enmp. near Petersburg, Va.. ItollKKI' M. JOilNS I'ON ,
son of James K. Johnsluu, In the l,tU year of his age. jj
l.ll'PKNttoTT. On Sunday, the 24th Inst, MAItY
I.ll'l -KMtOTr, in tho 14tu ysar ol her ane, rollct vl tho
late Davit Llnpoucott, ol' .uouut llully.
lb r relatives and ,'rientls are respectfully Invltcil to
attend her tununil, irom the rttshtence ol her sister, Mrs.
Folwell, Mount Ilnlly, on WednosUay morning, at IS
o'clock. Her Philadelphia friends will leave VYulaut
strent whan at S o'clock A. M. Jf
ji a 1 1 LA N P. On thr 23111 Inst,, Mrs. AIaui
LAND, aiiisl 74 years.
'1 he relatives and friends of the latniiy are Invited to at
tend tier liinernl, Irom her lato residonce, No. oln l'uwoll
street . above Fifth street, below Kpruoo street, on I hurs.
day nionilng, at o oVIocs. nsrvico at Ht. Joseph's
Churvli. luteriuent at Ht. Mary's, S. Fourth street.
Mlloltl .-On the Mth instant, WILLIAM Jl III:
MooitK, son of Irvln A. aud Mary Moure, iu th loth
year ol Ills sue.
The relative and friends of the family ara Invited to
attend tils luueral, Iron) the residence ol his parents, lu
I'pper Dsrhy Iom nslnp, on Fourth day (Wudneuy af
tenioon, July Kith, at I o'clock.
MeDOL'tiAI.. On Tuesday mortdnu4 July W, ANN' A M.
IlltllOkS, lle ol Samuel A. McDuliual.
The reliulves aud friends ot the family are respectfully
bolted to attend the funeral, Ir.ou the residence ot her
uiihbauu, en j iiiirsusy auerniMiii al 4 o'clock.
IHF.KH On Hahhath afternoon, tho '44th Indant, MA HI A
Bl KH, relict of l.eorge Hees, In tha TiA year ol her a-e.
1 he n.ale irleuils ot thetauilly are resiMS.'tiully Invited to
attend the tuueral, on Wednesday afternoon, ut :l o'cluck,
Irom the resiilenccoi her seii-in-law, Charles A. Heppllor,
No. Itil lace street. Fuueral service at St. (John's
I l.uthcrun church itaue atriMil,
1 WADI.F.IUII - At Detroit. .Mich., July tU, ALHHA
WADi.Mtill, of tkuclly.
I Due notice will tie riven of the luneral.
i Camp Fourth I'ennsylvanla Cavalry, Juh lsth, I8isl. -At
a uieelinu ol the officers of the I'ourth Kegiiueut
I'eiinsylvsiiia fJavalrv, on mutleii, Major W. M. ithldle
was ru led to the Chair, and eurijeou J. M. Junkiu ap
i '1 he liicellnu heliia oruaul.ed, a ctuuinlttiw of Ave bolnr
aiMiutt t, tlaptatns F. II. Parks. Jttseph Audrows, D. V.
Isuillh. Lieutenaul James H. liraut ami Assistant Sur
geon W. H. Price, the loilowliiK pn-amhle and resiilutlona
were dralled and uiianlmously atloptod.
H'Aer,iJS, In a cavalry eni;aseiueiit near M. Marv'a
(Ttunh. V .on the .'tth dav t,l June last. Colnosl oKtl.
11. 1 OYODK. coiiiuiumhUL. Fourtli KeKi lent I'mnivlva
ma t avalry, lell, niorlallv wounded, while sallsutlv
h ading his rclment iu ocuou, aud has since docensed :
ll'Asisos, As brother ofllcors and tiersonal trlends ofthe
late Colonel, wo Uwply anil aurmwtinly feel the great
loss SS.ID coiuiuon w ith his family and nmueruus friends,
are called upon to sustain t and
I U'orro. We leol uiiKiutis tu pay to his memory a last
tribute ol respect in gi Ina public expression lo our leel-iuu-,
the retore, be It
I htiotrrtt, 'I hat in the death ol Colonel Oeorae H. Co
vode who nobly tellamnrt.tr to ihe fauxo of human
llttertv and justiee and truth, we recountae ihe huuu ol a
Divtue I'riivhlenoe. who '-doeth all tliinas well," and to
whose wld iu would huuibly submit lu this as In all
H'lottril, Thut to us who were lionor.il with eo n
nisiids under lilin. Colonel Covode huil , as aa ofllcer,
KBined the entire toSNCsion of our lumllilerice I while, as
a man. ho had wen our whole huaits by his uinlurni
kiiuluess and urhauttv ut toanner, we both loved and
rcpfcied htm lor uU many virtues ol mind and lieorh
A', seirsi, 'I lint the Iteioiiieut oln'e honored with his
con maud, bus met wilh a loss it v hi lulu and ueoiily
Itrnalrrd. 'I list to his family, unoli whom talis the heavi
est blow oi anguish ami sulleriug, we would rcsjtc,:t!iiily
bei- lo lender iur hesrtlelt sviuiulhv and d'e,i sorrow
1 al iheir irreparable Iom, beileviuu that ISod, who ever
"leniM-reth the wind to th shorn lam ," will in Ituie
heal the aeuleness of their grid.
AVsitfe, t. 'i list hatiiiKonered no his Ihe as a sacrifice
to uiuiiitam the unbroken tnteurlly of Ins country , his
couutr.t owes bhn everything ol honor and platitude. To
the nation, then, we bequeath bis memorr ami name,
which should ever stand high upon the records ol her
. filaeu heroes.
I HttuUtii. That the proceeillnKs of this meetluK, with
these resolutions, he published In the leading ucwspa'icr
In Philiiuelphla, l'lttsliurg, llitrrlsbiirg and W tistnior.iUnd
' county, sod s copy ol thesamo be furwardod to the family
ol the deceased.
INVALIDS AND CONVALESCENTS.
INVALIDS AND CON VALE 4CEHT3.
Invalids aad Oonvolesecnt,
invalid and Convahtsceuts,
FEMALKS IN DELICATE IIKALTII,
FF.MALK8 IN DF.LK ATK IIKALTII,
FKMA1.K8 IN DF.LIflATK HEALTH,
Will Mud our WlUAadear Will find our
OaHAirnla Win, California Wlaaa,
CaUttmla Wmas, Calitornia Wluaa,
Caluvmla Wuies, CalUonla Wloea,
paeallarly valuabl In all CMet of lauguor and great araa
tratkin of itrangU.
Ask Ask Ask Ask Ask
Ask Ask Ask Ask Ask
Ask Ak Ask Ask Ask
Hi. MoCloUaud, UetMkard, JackMO,
(of th rwuubraula University),
8ttfi4t, Henna, Orsvas, iUrtshoraa
chmud, WIUUuus, Hartley, Kalduar,
WlUt, Ttudai, Vlual, roayksy,
Koble, Knorr, MaylaaS, Turnar,
aa4 Utr lsaullii ahysilaas, what Uiey think of tka aad
mal vanoosof CukimTua Wlaesl TIsm atlaMa pr
erttH wir kransl, aad assur a o Km tsMsAU patants
noatv tutu Hi! as I
CAUTOBNIA WIN! AOENCr,
lyM la y. U S. imu itreet, aoov Oaasawi,
j iju. w a l it a m rr.
WJOCM Dt TO W I. OAJtanv.
No. 719 0TEC3NUT BtreeU
WINDOW H II SV Is H,
J I Ij 1 1 I 13 ' H
CHILLED IRON SAFE
I'HK LAST EDITION
1) AVI ! lil VAN H
ROORBACKS NMUED TOTHEOOUNTER
Jilt Art l4loliiHuiilny Dlspntoli
ol UU liiHt.. lt lovvd
lltflrnt : "I, Ild Kvinsnr thcHno ofKvatu
WnteHjn, tltl ttund by ray rhnlltftntcn, puli1l.hifj In thn
rrr' of the 1H liut." Why does he cuutiuue to blow bli
Iriimpvt In tlili WHy 8lmpl. Ic'iiiih he kmm the Corn
Kxchaoto Hunk nil! not liinil-h I VO worth of HftfAg at
tliclr expetihc l)r any mich olijwt, or bectaoo mUod up In
tlic mat lor In un wny; llierciorp ho run blow with Impu
nity. He han evfdrntly loarmul tltc leMan tlmt dUrrulun
Itihc better part of ViiMr, and that It U a(er tu (lht hc
blDd brouttMorkt t.iau lu tho open ftcldi tlien-iWc wilt rwt
defnt( from hl.i rluillenB tbftl Is, will not muke It prac
Uca. Hp m xt hiij UlUe at knowlcdtfen hII hla hnfen arc
mil hurt(lsr-pnKf, Ac.
Ltllle actVniiwIedueealmply thia and no mon tUtU n flfo
nuiftt Ih- i-tlrl drill prool to Ik b iiglitr pruui, and lu- claim
tlmt hti ClillUd Iron Sitti-s Hit tiMtits.tr nnd wntTtilly,
thumiircl ly und liitrly drill-t n ot, and thcieim buiular
pnnt; ai the same tlinr l.lllir Admits tlmt If H poMi'ilu aud
evt n prulmble that occaiitninliy tht.re may bit a mervutituu
Mule not to tlnutni(;lilv otidh-d It cumin to lit, AUhuugh
treat cure is um-l tn txa e them hi unllna an piHlute.
TIk wrlur next fa he ha hrin tetlnu one ot Lilllt'a
Hait i pwry nitniiiiitr, and nny m he has ntn: otdt-d In di lll
Imi a hole tliroHL-h It He doen nt aay thut he han an ap
pHratiiH ot up for the ooru-.ltm, aud one nut pru. ticnl ir
a burglar to -urr vlilt him; tlmt he liltn an eooriuouH
pnmMiirei' ic. ; but tnt witl.tiiiidlnK Jill lid It ltvidnt
hi- bale Is not an lmnl a uhiimI, r he vum1 not aticcHd
tu ht- doeM He nxt aairtk--aii he hits drli ed thU hccnn
drill any (ifLillli1 h. Thin In men- ane. lion and n t prool
aud It' will have tht opportunity livri-atler to u-nt hi
rorf'iO'kkilimdrlliinKt'liitlad liou to tha antiiidctloa
tit the ptib.ii'.
The wrher next intrndurra a bill of sale of one of I.lllla'a
Haieo to W'ener A Mprai te, and procriuU to Mi w how
he hucrertH-d In iitipiiiK thetu lo niane nn oxi-liaue tor one
ol Kvami A' Wanton a. I It- nh the t;liicitui t'nbime" il'
March 0, )HU, tell Into Iheir I m ml ((tint is, that he, l av d
Kvana put It Into their ImnaH), which txiutAiued an account
.f the lotrnlUK rf thv t.'ottrt Httutte lu Novuda county,
Ioa. He aliOhavn by ildi account the f'oini Houne v.hn
burned In thirty ndnutea, tOHetlmr witn $lti,otti lu rtn''tl
backn.and all the conu-utn oi one of Llliu-h f ire ait i Itur-K'ar-l'ruof
bli'p,tnd Uiat lhlt atateuietit luduuod Me sr.
Venver tt Npraiikle to make their cchaite.
The following certttlratea wlU show how compla'ely
VeMiri. Weaver A bprankle were duprd; and although.
l'ald Evhiid ha made the Kreiieat norts to duH' othen,
both In the city ai.d country, bv necrctij clrculatin thi
i.uie laUe ataTttntent, to my knowledge thU l the only
InitHiice of fctw tt'ta, over which It wou:d ttecm he la now
diHHiaed to exult vvuu at the expense ol the party lima
Ihe above atatemeut was made by one Hon, wan
abMilutelv litlHe, and MU wan paid by a at-ninkcr in
Chicago to obtain It, and I have no doubt Huvld fcvans
knew It when hu circulated ihi paper, an counter eertitl
eaten wort' puhllihed In the CiucaKo papers ahoutthe ft-nu
time; beNldcH, It ia hi liahit to clr ultiic and piihllHh auch
itatt nienta alter tl ey arc puhlich known to be faUu. I
now otltr the tntcuo-uti ot tlie .ludk'f of Net ail t county,
and another proiulueit man oi Iowa City, ton (tow whole
IhcIk in thia can, und hate other certificate!) of tue aame
character on hnnd.
Nuai'A, Iowa, Kebruary 20, lKil. I hereby eertifv tint
the hate tntid by T. J. Kos,aTreihtirer, which w ih in the
Court Il(.ne i n the nhht ol Hetemler .11, hvit, when Maid
Couit Ilonae wai burned, waHttj me purchitxed lu Alovctn
ber, IrVsti, lu low a City, ofthe World n Safe (Nunpany, I'min
tlinr fluent, at m cot ol $IH0 dellt ered theru, anil waa
lunnulactured byaaid Wortd'a Hiti Company lu lH-t,aul
w.s a amall nafu, iib-jut two and a hall leet hiKhandiwo
ffit wlile, ami stood the tire aa well a any aaft- ot Iti le
would bt- eupcetcd undt-r Ui cln uaistanco ; It oeiiii,aa
eveiy out! knowit. a vt ry itevt re nU-'lit, aiid jiaid aate waa
In the houth eat comer ot uid Court Home, and the wind
hlowii'g ntron from tho northwest, making It the hottest
place in the raid buUdinu. The aafe lull trim the recoi.d
utory.Hiidlay lu mu-h a manner ai lo hate th tiro oerate
similar to a furnace. Mai.i ai'e waa In the tire ami ruliu
iroin nix o'cltK k in ihe evening (111 nine o'clock next m -ruing
W hen oent1. we lound part of (tie mimcy borne what
charted but the bulk of It watt legible.
K.C, LV ANH.Cuuuti Jtidiu.
low fin, Kebrtiary- VI. IfMil. A. T. Wlnnn, K.
Afmttor Lllhea Hiilen, ( hft-a-o: I berowith bend vou
aorne woodwork Irom the tat of Mr. K'mi, which in a
circular ol Herrinif A i'o. ii atated to be ''burnt tj ahH
or a p rteel charcoal. ' 1 he woodwork that U yet lu ttu
aale la purltct, except charred a little, notw ItuttandiuK
they douhilcHi set hre to It by let tin the air in whun
opencd,nrd allowing it to burn after tukinif out the eon
Utit. '1 hen ii no doubt but If proper luoVmeut had been
UM-d In opening th &ate, ltc-uld hate hada new door, and
with very little expense bo Ht for ue ayaln,.and every
UU.H hut preu. rvttl peilt ct.
Mr. lion wuti In y ur more, but did not lot himself be
knuwii at tlf time he (( ivc 11. v Co, the letter. Ther
ollered him for the old sale. He Matea tlmt he had
iiht of hi nine thouintud dollar with hnu. Tne tale
Htv not one ot J.llJic'i, but a omull sleot World's S.tie
Co., Idol make. oura, rebpectiuli ,
K. 1. iSK.'MOUlt.
Now what are tte fHCta iu thl ct't Hlmplv that the 8ai'c
waa net Liliie'a, bi-tiuadeiu In d bv the World riate Cinn
pan . when thyued Ure briclt f.r llilinu, and uut mttle
aa l.i le now uiukeH haiet, and iutead of it (-.omenta
beiriK Piirned to atthen they ere inoaily preaarved, aud
with proper care ihe whole iuIkIH have Ik-jii, and the h'e
whs n Ihe heat l.' hoiira luntcadot :t0 nnuutet. Taint m
tlilK la.ot Kooitack nailed lo the counter, bat not until
Weaver A HpranXie were moat thoroughly duped, and vary
likely olhci a ; and thn Ii the wav tlmt lat id vau incou
trovertihly pnrt ei Lillle'i tSato not ilrt -prool ; a id for hlni
to na they art' Mtl huiular-pnioi l t me than folly, until
he can ao instruct hi more atii-meM pufii1 tint they
mav auccetd better than they did in their attempt on t.ia
Went rtiilitftclphta TfUMt (-Hlni Hate. 1 rather sunpct t hi
prokcnce ana be rcuirud lo iHiure their kwunout
1 keeln thflauBday Idpatrh" ofthe '.Nth July, tlicTI
(ounty Hank rolil-ery la aimlti displayed by (ha aame
la Id Ktau I would int-ruly hnj that the Kale wan
neiil.cra Ititnk Hate nor l.ilia'-i; that I have a letter vo
untarlly wrltnn to ni- b the faultier, enclosing a copy of
tl.c It tier lo Y ana A U at -on, na iuk that txioy to ik the
drert.t to piibljHh a part oi it, in orderlo deciute tbepulrllc.
i hit copt citu be t-ei ii at my depot. I would nay alo,
that the Tiia Cuinily Hank have liiHt ordered V()
National ltaiiK Hito, LiHie'n Chilled lrou,pri-e lllWiO
'J hi tndn no comment. Another Itu rback uailad to tha
I nee, iil-tii, lu the tun.e p per, a mangled extract from
Tny I a km m. Tt i M.iiAt ii ti" April Iti, republished, that
ia the play oi' Ha win attain IntiiHitui-d with "Hamlet" bit
out. In mi former anwtr to that article, I mciitloued
thai the dtiierent wayx of opi-nliiK the ooiumon hate as
there dencnUd weie ol eommou occurrence and well
aiitiwn. aud wnre im Htatid and had been previously
puhH-hed to tlm world, all whleh the writer lound It con
v ,, blent to leave wit to mevt hi" c.ie In I its re i unite.
U. C. HAM.ltlt, Auent,
No. 21 8. HKYKMTII Htr. tit.
I hare jnt received in exchmue tor Idllie's
Chilled Iron two larue Kvana b Watiou'a Mafoa trotn tho
liank of Northern LlbertleH, and one larue Kvaim fc Wat
aon a Kale front Meara. Imlay k Hlckuell, Hank Not
lCeiMiitt ra, which 1 ahad 'N m very low p-lce. 1 d u
t all them tf'tre-Proof, at I nulnt deceive tlie purchaser. I
do not cd II tbeu Imybrr-Vrott. aa I oahtrht oil end Uavid
Kvau. and 1 luulJ nic.tt certainly deceive the purchtter.
I would eav.alao, that 1 have unhand, and no coining
In, me 111 to twulve of Kvaim &, Watuo s middle-ul
Baftts, )iiat eehanK d lor LUUc'k, wnich will be otierod at
tielow auction pricef, be idea ft large uuiuber of other
I would utate further tuattheicHafeawerc notexelianjret!
lor Idllie's llaiet on account of eecrei clreuius irthwly
rtreMniliik' the fatlurea of Kvana ft WaUou a Saiea, or
otheis, but klinply from the fact that tho owners had mora
oonndeuceln one-and-one-half to two inches titU-kuuts
chilled Iron, than one-sUlauith to one twelfth 'tf an luch
thk knea Mbtwi Uott as a protection against either flm or
the borgiar. M. C. 8AHLK.lt,
Rauipberry C'Atsswbai Kprkl!oc
A HOST DPLK'lOta DMNI,
for sa'a by
Davis A HicHxami,
Aa- M amp Tajmt ATuar.ra
sUoat a Cm Pliuioau
TKiCK A CO.t I UilOV
mac a oo . t
t)tajfs. I Hams.
t. E. norru,
Srutk M CInmoI Hmt
K. O. WkMsan CaVn
maessrorsiarm s ttw an4 IMloa OorSw-Hnns, tlnia4
fa, CWsotu CarancU, Craaau l- nasi J
Fart, ll,ttelr ttrorr.
lauM JntSa Alouad. So., a.
Xo. SIC ClMsnni trt. kalow ronrth.
noOM1?, No. 824
H .v. or wATtiiFH. jch i r.ftv. urT.v wt asj
1 l.M Wahli, AthNa ANi WOMKN H llMI.
On WrdrHlav M irnfnK,
At f rl eV, nt Mtv kfvs Au iin K-vm, c -inpri ,,,,
M anil Sht. r W ntt h-. liol.l I l-iwer lt n--i,r, tr It-ni;,
li-frttiii tni. Cbati.s. t tieM. IMeiHihut, Ac., Micer
ti hi and Ki rk, nnd pUici d"., A
( I ut III Vi, IlKIH'IN'f. Ac,
ftHV, lei,n,Ci mix. almtMi,, Cilico. an i other ni .,n
ai-.f tin -t-en. a fii c a-s r in id of I. mil I nW CI i h
ir t,( I iiilfcn'd rintl'ii, Mnnwi!!, Hn;ks, iM.sicr, Cloth,
ashltni re, nod ot - e. I it tvoo, o t l.i hen hihI Cot ton
H!ie-. Hrt an, t out t r anes, Ulnnkre, and other
biir f.f hr(f I' s nsi ai ut l'a tihroi it's
'I he fmw wtil ci .mri.te at w r-r-ck (sbarr) with the
VVfltrhf a ajid Jew idt -, . Ilv ttir r of
I'KI.I. Si HWH, r..k.-n.
AUCTION b A L E OF CONDKMNKl
t il (il lil'ui: Ml,
Orrrrr orOnirt- it amti if-Ti k
WAIItrO.TfN. I), c , Jut 4. Hrl.
W!U be aaM at p ibHc a ir'ion, to the bsU-neiii bidder at
th t'n-es and pUf es nuTt IvekV-w :
1. 1 HAM'S, !a .TIM Kl W. Inly 1, trV-l .
AI'IOON A. I'a.,1 HCHSlMi , Auhiisi 4, lrt4.
Will IAMN-fiKT, I 'a.. 1 1f I KI T, Atmuit II.IHH4.
1 WO Ul SlU U CAV ALKV IHJiil..- a I tact
Thffr nrNiN tnvf been condemned as unfit lor the
cat a:r7 aenKe r.f th nn.
I or rt.ad ajid (arm purposes uSsiiy k'ood ban alns mar bs
Itorrs soM smsly.
Tvnus C wir , in UnlM fltatesrrrenf r.
J Sfl.H A. F.K1N,
Llcnteturt-Colon"! and Chief nartormMter
Jf-l0t Cavaixy liureai.
hV CilW.MIT fcTKKKT THKATHK.
J.1 Iiiiporiant Ntue,
A H-?iili R"hfral fn hainrday Kvsnlnir last dereloped
tie rerfttMiy of important alterations In soma of tha
d ahir.ery ofthe s'a.e.
Ih rtrt ierlortnniice of "A!aMln" bas,tiierefiro, beon
U KfiWf AI-AV KVKNIVO, July 37,
WhAn (be play w ill be In positive rratltncif.
Henrt-ed i-erif alieidy purchaiel are g wd Until tided.
WALNUT BTUKKT THEATRE. HOMK
If AflAlM Thel'Mplo's avotlten,
HVI OltJ) AM HI OI'KKA TltOfrpKt
After an ainx-wc of two yearM. will appear for a short pea
fton. prior to thctr return tohairluhirn for Uie i -tUend
HANK nivf TROfTI'F. comprb.es the 1ar.'eit bod- of
taiemcd prftmrsrs lnthecuntfy consistlm: of A KX'lt 1 A
Ol- t.KkA'f AI I : It 1 1 , each and enerv one a HBlLLlANT
ApjHernfi In a Prcrammo, ItK H.ltAHK, anJIMIMl-
PAIlT I.--l I ilNAI. MU8ICAI, flKMfl.
Otertoe Kchnefer and Hand
P t ltu Cho-ni). Hanford's Troup
Johnny O nu n ft) archil n Horn" K. Myers
1 am I onclv Mnce my Mother Ilel F. Hlamood
l ow l ands H. A. HattOd
kifit Me lpod KUmt I Wl'llams
Ilnnah for Unca Ham Hkk larkr
Ward ot Athtnr N (!rolnT
VuickKtcp Hanronfti orchsstra
I'A.rr II. HANKOHH'H CAUNIVAI..
Keystrerfin lotm,- Aiierh a
1 he y.xm i ti....Saitt rtl, W'ldiams, M vers, and lta n md
Itnlljoholo (t-eu cted) licl. I'arker
Hallad, hos Hhlp 8lli To nlt.hi" I. ('miner
Song aud Hanf,-r allv Come I'p" K. IHamoud
THK IHVAIs I.OVKKM.
rnrVer, My era, M Turner, and Comp.iny.
PrlMtie Itailad H.H.Hanford
iMitil, ''The Larboard Watch" WUIlams and .Spicule
THK VILLAfiK HKLXH.
t.f.M.C niok Parkor
ItoHethe Village belle . Alyors
To conchiil with
A PLAN-AMOV JUIULF.K.
Pr'ces of Admihni Orchefa Cliair-i. lit cent: Iirt-sit
t'ircle, fsiicet In; Paniuet, .'ti cents: family Circle, 'i6 renis;
AliilJiltll.'Bltw V'.fi.iiTa -i,
tiKOVIirs NKW CHKSNLT 8TREKT
WKINrsMAY KVKrflMtl, ,ITT.V 27.
Kind time In aix years in 1'hiltdi lpfiia of the Brand r
inantlc, iiiuslcal. spcciacuixi 'Irama,
AI.AIllH h'. (i: Till-; WtiK IIKHl'fTI. I.AM t
Presented, after thi-eo mouths' active propjratlon, tn a
UNntFCTI 'KNTI-.D M AflMUCENCK.
Itepk-towith MuHiiidccnl ScoiKTy,
Superb Costumes nnd Properties,
(iraud M-iTchea, Ac.
Jteered 8cnti for sale three days In advance.
SIIEAPQUAKTKRS rilOVOST MARSHAL,
First Msulct, l a.
Pun aix tj iita, .Tune iftfil.
The namea of porsona rcmot mir to or from tiu a tia.
trict will te auiied to or stricken Irom the lUta of enrol
ment. Copies of ilu ts art open tor public inspection.
and civil officers and all cill.ciis are luvl ed to amnar and
point out errors In the Iisth and Rive Mich Information as
may aid In the cornet ion nnd reti'-t.n thereof. Any
per on enrolled m'ty appear before the Hoard andclaiia
to have bis itame stiit ken nfl the list If he can snow eaU
frctorlJy that he Is not nneerlv enrolled, on account of
Ai natrt Avn-rttHivice, Ow-aye, I'ennaient i'hyUa
A compliiuicc with the forcirolne HUifireMlons Is eamestl
Olklted. W.M. K. LKII MAN,
y w-ir CtDtaln and Trot-md Marshal.
It K A HI Nfl, Pa.. THHRHIi A V.July Ul, 181 1.
llAKlHHm Hii. Pa ,THI ltMItAV..Iuly 1W, IHfii.
J WANTED I'OR THE UNITKD STATK8
Marine Corps (a varied and exciting lite by aea and
yi land), three hundred able-bodied men, to perforin tins
VW duties of a soldier at our Navy Va-d, and aboard
L'niu-d Htatea shipu-oi-war on foreign stations.
ueuer compensation than tne army. A shlp-or-war la
a comtortith'.e borne. The Marine Corps Is the best
exintppcd Coiis In tha service. Prize Money In abun
1 UK LOCAL BOUNTIES PAIO TO RKCRTJITfl.
I or aU other tntormallon apply dallv at tha Recrultlnar
Reudevons, No. i(ll K. ( HO NT Hreet, below 8pruoe, be
tween the hours of nine and three o'clock.
Captain and RternltlmrOmcer,
mytr-tf ho.m . ritONT HUoet.
Ofllc.r, and soldiers vlaitlns tin citron furlomhj, needlaf
fc-l W O It I) H,
aar: iw itki to tiiu i:xtknsiv
V ASCI ACT UlllNO ESTABMBUMEtrr
ohoiiot: w. himonh c imo.
SASSOM STRKET HALL,
HANSOM Street, almr Blaik.
PRKSESTA tT O N SWORDS
Made to order at tlio short t node, which fur nchns and
magnificence ehallsnj, competition, no other house la th
country emnblnlnii th MANUKACTl lll0 JKWELK8
with tui: I'KAt ncAi. xwoun makkb. ia
AKl.LOW 1'1K TlMllKlS AM FI.OOUINO
1M sin t. Nnrtli an.llna Yellow I'lne Timber ana .vukw
feet TsllOM Pine I'Iimmiiih IUard, lo arrlre er schooner
caara, iruin iieauiort, a. i-r rtie or
li. A. 8'1'II'K 1f., a
ie'.'H-M IMK'k Mtreel Wharf.
THK MJBHCKlliKU.S HAVK A8SOCIATKD
X tliemsorrea toaether under the Arm of ttiM.rot!,
I1YK1.MA.N a m.. uuawm con.imie tno car iiuiunnf
ornvr. IWKJlTI-f IKS'i' anil HAMlLTO.t UtrenU.
sl'iKi'11 ic in,lir.-(,
tyl-lm O W. OUU.DH.
Ki; K O I, l' T I O N
t'lianalnii Ih flare for lio'ding the Blcetlaaso to
bixtli Iiiision ol tUo 1 enth Hani.
Uaiert-a. The proprietor ol ttie li,rnaer place ot else.
tlonSol Ihe U1M1, tllvi.l'.ll of tlio Tenth Wuril tti.s leHea
nollce that he hen no lonui-r ai-coiumiHlulloiu tur eltction
pmKjnes ut his hniif e; therelorii,
lieolved. tty Ihe Heleet and (.'omiilim Counrll of the
Cliy ol I hiiadolplilu. Tl.ut Ihe pl:t eof hoUlliitT tlio e'ec-
tk-n. ot tt,e sold tn i.ion snail in future neat ih.iioiik.
!' Adtim llus.Uiie, at lite iiurlliwesl euniar ol icae. aud
tllxteeiiil. .itreel. ....
AI.K.X AKIM.II J. ll.tltl-r,H,
1'ie.ldeut ot Couiulou O0U1101L
William V. Shai.i .
C'lerR oi l otnmoll Counrll.
JAM li!t l.l SD,
Pri .iduntol liulerk CsMin.'ll.
Aniirnved lliia twenty fifth, day ol July, Anno Isimhil
one thousuud elht liuiiUrod and sliay-lour (A. 1.
4WH..S n... 1'.:.
jt Muyor ( IMUktOslphia.
A N O R D I N A M (J to
J To make an Appropriation to tit Tpariiaut of
IllKliwavs, iirlilve., nuwers. vo., ior r."ir iu auMi
Isirsel suj 1-caro.e Kerry Itfldne.
Keelion 1. Ths Select u.l iunav. Councils of tha
City of ri'ila.telph'a a orduln. ItwU the sum of
tllirly tllOUtOna aoimrs un nuo ,.iu. ia unruj
appropriated to th. JJep.tninoia ol' libfhwuya,
ttrid-es, Hwurs, Ac, uir llw loMowlu purpes, to
lorrrpjlrs to Market Slrcst llri.Vge, the tnin of flfuen
t or repairs iu I'enrese Fsrrji Brxtue, thJ sam of dfleen
thou. and dollars. ...
And erarrania hU be drawn thereior.tn accordance
with existing oraiaancas. by Ihet'hlcf Coiumissiouer of
lliithwus,upon eviluiates i'uruihttl hj thuCluef Kuiiicr
anJUurveyur. ALEX AKDK1I J. HAHPElt,
TriMldeut of Cvmuun CouueU.
WILLIAM ". 8UA1J.,
Clerk ol C'oumion Council.
J AMI'S LYNB,
Fresldent of Heleet Council.
Approve this Iwenty-nftii day of July, Anno lioininl
wi. thotwoud eifsl undre4 and Uty-lvar (A. 11.
It Mayor of rhllmdelpliU.
THE AI.HAMBRA, ATLANTIC CITY.N.J-,
Is now open lor visitors. Th rooms and table ai
nn.urpa.aod of any on th Island. Terms nvMlerai..
jtJU-Liu DUllossl sfe YOU NO. frupnetor-
JOHN CHUM X
CAEPENTEB A1TO BOTLDKB,
K. iu LKLKiB BTBKET.
A tare hfc of uU41a of "
Ii WAMTK.I) KOR THK, IMTKll HTATK.1
n Marine Corps (availed ant esriunf lire hy se. mm
Ill'aiHl , ti re. Inn.lrrd abl.-kiled men.!. Kif.,,ai tha
ikiti lie. of a nk.ier at f.nr N y a-d,Mid a'oard UnMed
Mate, shi . of- v, sr on lereico r.tl"ns,
ll tier roinK-n.ation than the atmv. A hl-of.WBsr
Is a Conif'irlMl.lc h'lne. Ihe Murine Corps I. th. beet
es)!iipreICnni. In the service, rrie Mroiey In sbMnH.no..
TIIK IIV'AI. HOI NIIKI TAIll Ml hKHIiUitft.
For ah oiher Information aeplv rl.Uv at the keorttl f
Itei.fleavmn, No. :il H. Htior M reel, below Spnir.
Iiween the l,oiir of nine and tliree o e nrv
.fAMrt i.r. t.,
C'si tahi .trot P. -ruiih. rti.-r,
tnif -tf No !lll n. I HUNT Street.
K A M K 1 l; 11 S WANTED,
f'H'Pf Ol ARl UrMA'-Tt- r'-l Ol 1 f'f .
W'A..jir.i,its , nT,
I'lN'.Ti.K, It C.JulV '. 1M
Viinied.nt or.fv , Tlil'.KK ltrMl... 1 kaMSI KKH,
eai'l. raru.l't (,i d. I .ln wit., mi.i;. line, .u-d mnai,iiM
i mulr t nnm,
1 o unci, who nrt rc mi- h nl to per'..rrn tbedutv, t
tn rmonth will be tl.iriy dd'ar, wlib of rait..n pr
da,f(iHtb..ipirrii ,rhi.tt,L', In- ludltwc the beii ailloal
attei.4 .firt v in r eb v
Ai'H to Hirt ini I It f ll TOrit ivt. a n u n
n. i.fn- ui limn 'st.f , -hi i ami UflrtM)i, 1
1111,1 VII, i. . .
!'. It. nrrrm,
Prta-lter-tl-n ra. audCl.i.-i imrtrTi(a.reir,
;;1Mn l'fi"iioi W a bi no,-.. ia
FOR SALE AND TO LET.
f TO I.l:T-TIIK WHOI.l'. On ANY I'OH
JLii,llnol the ( 'ouimontAealtr; Ttiillitlng, Nns. fill andftu
I l.f -tout Mrt't, TIKIS. It. I'ONNKI.l,,
CciintiiiK IloD-e t't I rr. Ii. Jm ne A Hon,
j:.". Ot So. m ClIKN-VCTnirrwCj
(H.I) TOST OFl'ICK IIWII.DINd, DOCK
ti Kres t, l.o 1 ulnl - To Let, the 1st, Mh,6lli i,4 7k
siorle,, ell I er whb or v. It) out t sin -now rr.
1 HUH. II I OVf I.I.,
Coii.itlnl Home of Ii- li..lane A H ,n,
ltf,t Nn. '.'I? I'MK.vM 1 ftree.
2 ELEVEN THEEE-STOBY Q
Wi lli HACK III II.DINOS.
GAS AND BATH.
,1. H. 1IIJA.M,
No 110 .S. THIRD STREET,
Or, No. IW 8. FOURTH STRKET.
fa? TO KENT. HAMlNOMK STORK, WITH
Hi) Hn'e kia-s vi mdowa, and dwtllln. Ho. 2"7 R. r.LrV-
1 TH Hli-vet, Ijtl-tt
f; VOU 8AI.K.-K0.000 WORTH IN GOOD
lLiiIleii.es, laryeanil small, on terms to suit purchasers.
eitltr with or wlihout liu iinii.ranre, for cab and .oo?
trade. lniiireor, from If! to P o'clock A. M.,
TIIOS. M. 1 1.OVi MAN, No. r, 8. lOl'UTIi Street.
f COUNTRY SEAT I'OR SALE. A
&Jii'Pleiidlil Country Residence with all modern con- JLi
vciiiciieis end two arresnf vronnd. ball a mile from Hea
netl Huare, and ad'.oinlni tlie eh'KAiil mannlon of Bararel
Tslor. ll will be nil at sreat aarrltlce by Creditor.
Kallroad nnd teli:rrspri within fllleen minutes' ride. Aa
plvto ll. II.PAIMTKtt or W. 11. W AlMlr.KI.I.. r s.,Weai
C eater, l'a.. or JACVII lll'F.V .llsmorion. Peons. aA
TO THK fIRlMT
Goal, Iron, and Lumber Eegionn
TICKETS GOOD FOE TEN DATS.
tllvlng ample time to visit each point ef Interest on she
The Catawissa Railroad Company
Itavliift purfectcd arrangements with connecting road,
will Issti KXCl H8I0N TICK Era from I'blladalphla over
the followln roul :
Philadelphia and Koadlnii Railroad To Reading. Schurl.
kill Haven, Ashland, Malisnoy City, and Tamniaa. Cata
wl.Hi.a ltallroad To 8uramlt, MoAulej Moantatn, Cain
wlua, Rupert, I'lnvllle.alllton. and W'lillamsport Lealgk
and Uahanoy, and Heaver Meadow Railroads To Block:
Creek and Mauch Chunk. Lehigh Valley Kalioaa-T)
Allentown, and Hethlehcui, and the North t'enn.ylroaaa
Ralln ail to riilladelphla.
For variety and grandeur of accnor.v, this rout present
peeullar Incucements lo tourist.
Those wishing to do so, may reverse the rout by obtain.
Ing ticket to lrt o ir tie North reaasylvanta ILaUrood.
F Altli, 10.
Ticket can be obtained at the Depots of the PhlladsaV
I'hlA and Reading Railroad, and North Pennsylvania BatV.
road Companies, and of
IN. VAN HOItlV,
N. W. CORNER 81 Til ANIl CHFMHl'T tTS.
Trains sturt fy.m Philadelphia and Heading Depot atlt-U
A. M. and 3 ) P. M and from North P.nruylvanla KaaV
rood Depot at 7 A . M and I' K, and .' l&P.M. jyVJV stuta IN
r.ITJS I'OH CA.1M MA.Y.
mh 111 I'lma.!.
TIUJ blAL'ii'CH AND COMMOtHOl'g 8TKAHF.B
CAPTAIN E. A. RYTHER,
Of tho Cap May Line, I. now making her regular trips t
CAI'K MAY, leaving AUCH Hlreet vrharf, every Tneda-,
Thursday, and Haturday at nine o'clock ; retornlng wta)
leuv e Cape Miey e ery Monday. Wednesday, and radar
at baH-pa.t eight o'clock, touching at Mew Castle fous;
and returning. Far t)J50s carrlm. hire Includes!.
Children lJUf price; carriage hire Included. Servant.
M M); carriage hire extra. Freight at low rates. Na
freight received atlcr U o'clock, and In all case mutt tee
).'l-tf J0Hi:ril A. 8TKWART, Agent.
DELiailTFUL EXCURSIONS i
on Tita I
The 8teaml,nat OKM RAL IIOOKKIC, Ooplala MAC- '
KI.K, Iciive. Faimiotint every hour for Svliuylklll Iteinta. .
Laurel I1U1, Helmoia Collage, the loll aud Wis.
If tckon. '"iL-
KOBTH PENNSYLVANIA EAILEOAD
TIME AND DISTANCE SAVER!
BY T A. M. I'APRF.Bfl THAIS', I'ROM THH UW
DKI'OT, TUlBb HlllKET, AHOVE THOMPHOU,
ARKIVINU IN WII.KI'.SHARR 'W P. M.
Leav WILKKHHAKltB at 1 P.M., making cloeeev
nectlonat ItetMehem with North Pennsylvania, hprsaa
train, and aiTlve In I'lillaOtlphla at -K P. U.
BAGOAOE (.IIKCKLD TIIKOlliH.
VU.LAGE GStEEN SEMLARY. MJJJ
T tury ltoardin:( 8choulIle.'tns Mepteaaher 1. 'liurma)
Very moderate 'Itturoituli course In Mstliematlcs, l.aa
guaires, KnKllsh Htudlns, Ac. Pupils have boiietlts of k
home. Prutitieal ub.oiis in burveyliiK' and Civil ICngln.g
lug. Hoy of ai. Je taken. AdilrM. for C.tlaloiriia,
KI'.V, J. U44UVBY HAUTOli,
JylO-lm Village Uru, lielavtare Co., Pa. f
1 PATRIOTIC MBDAJ.8.
An aaeepiable linerlng to every PatrtA
The only ewrruet and Buihori.!d
UhiLKII. IIKORlIB WASHWOrON,
OKN Kll.AX IIKOKUB H. MofXWJ.AW,
KonuXocturtd tn WierUng itdver and Csspw and Wiiu)
Meul. B.inple sent by IM.11 ft of cIwk. on rwlpt
cmiU. Iusqu wanted. . orn.mvK.Ht
cais. """ wft, phllA.lelphl. post omo.
Id on nf act und at No. AKCU Buvst. ton-la
XTO DECKPTTOlS.v-NO infkrior coal"
XN .ueha.ed to olTw bekiw the cost price of a snperkar
.MieivTHAHUfcX W. UK88, BUO.VD nue.t,abov. Haoov
purest tnLwd. l and 8Uiv keM,U Large ut,i
'T'sjujuuer (ttrmkl mk their nurchaae at one, pre.
viuu so anothor qjvanc.. Wlt-Joa
OLD'S IMPROVED 8TH AM AND WATKft-
rur Wanulng and VoiuUag PabU. Hiaidln( and Pli.
Manntkotnred by th ,
EMUtt MTAVAaf AD WATP 1TKATTSO COafPAjrt
Oi' psUiaaiia.1'111 A.
JAM KB P. WOfJB.
Kft.41 8 IOUHTU bwae.
Bv at- rtU.1 W&LL, ttuiaVHHibiaj.