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THE DAILY EVENING TELEGR A PIT. miJjADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 17, 1864.
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WEDNESDAY, A.TJGTJ8T 17, m.
TIIH V7AIV NEWH.
The tnoTementJnat begun by the Army of
Uie Fotomac, and which enu to promise such
Important roeulu, la one of the expedients for
Obtaining advantage over the enemy for
rhkh the Lieutenant-General Is so Justly
nffiOtss. It seems to us that the movement Is a
good One, and the fall of Richmond Lee, with
Ttry aerer Injury to the Rebel army under
her may follow the few days' operations near
Richmond. General Butlkb is operating now
oathe aorti bank of the Jamel river, using
canal which places his position within
tea mUea of the city and above Dutch
Gap. General Haxcock, with three torpt
ffarmH, is operating on the flank and
rear of the enemy's work about Fort
Darling. The flnt and second lines have
been carried In assault by oar troops, and
Uteri Is a report that Fort Darling has been
Captured. This Is probably premature, but
our successes will doubtless enable us to cut
off communication between Richmond and
Petersburg, and, threatening the former, will
force Lxk to concentrate In Chesterfield and
Bearico counties, and leave Petersburg un
covered. This Is evidently Obant's design
In making the movement, and we believe it
Will be reasonably successful. Reinforcements
are bolng forwarded constantly to the Army
of the Potomac, and all but the hundred days'
men are at the front.
Admiral Fabbaottt'd victory has been
complete. Forts Gaines and Powell are in
our possession. Fort Morgan must soon full.
General Gbaxgeb, with ten thousand vetc--TtCM,
is moving upon Mobile, convoyed and
protected by a powerful fleet of gunboats;
and we should not be surprised to hear that tlie
City foil Into our hands on tlie 12th of August
If Uie " Old Salamander" Is allowed to attack
Charleston or Savannah nest, and Is allowed
to have his own way, no one will doubt his
ability to take either or both places In a short
time. "Hearts of Iron in wooden ships" aro
General Sotbidax is advancing rapidly
and successfully Into the valley of Virginia
frith a large and effective army. He has
determined to hold the mountain gaps of the
Blue Ridge hereafter, and keep the Rebels
from getting into the Shenandoah valley.
These be can defend; but when we retire to
Maryland Heights we leave the whole coun
try open to the enemy. We believe that
Xablt has made his last movement up the
valley, and we are glad to leara that be has
made but little by his last enterprise. He
may yet be mado to suffer severely for his
General Sukhma.v Is resting his army, and
holding General Hood's Rebtd army in close
quarters, while General A. J. Smith Is coming
up In the rear of the enemy from Holly
, Springs, Mississippi, reaching and following
the line of the Memphis and Savannah rail
road. The prospects fbr vanquishing the Rebels
before the close of the year were never more
favorable, and if the people will but do all in
their power to assist the Commander-in-Chief,
this will surely be the last year of the war.
An honorable peace can be made to dawn
upon a united country with the New Year of
the peace in rsnov.
There Is a very extraordinary peace fever
springing up In New York. The Jleralit and
another dally paper in the name latitude have
taken the tllteace in a violent form, and are
exhibiting It In Uie ravines of a mouonianiacal
dellriiuu. Those Journal cull on the Presi
dent to propose a suspension of hostilities
and the appointment of Commissioners to
Richmond to orTi-r to Jkhkrson Davih
tvniS of pacification, or to suggest the elec
tion of delegates from all the States, North,
South, East, and West, to a National Conven
tion, to which, shall be reforred the moment
ous business of settling the conditions on
which peaoe Duty be concluded.
What has wrought so sudden and wonder
ful a change in the New York press on this
ul.Jcct we cannot pretend to say. Hut we
are quite satisfied that this wild cry for peace
Is only calculated to deleat its object. It is
aot for one moment to be supposed by any
intelligent citUen of the North, that the Con
federate authorities will consent to any ter
mination of the war that does not Include, as
a sins qua non, the Independence of the
seceded States, and their recognition as a
Mr. Davis recently said as much to the
Rev. Colonel Jaqcf.b, who went to Rich
saond In the spirit of a Christian volunteer in
the interest of peace. He was told that no
term for the cessation of the war could or
would be accepted that did not include
Southern Independence. In the face of such
" fcttbewu declarations by the head of the
Rebttl Government, any reasonable person
would tcgard u aa worse than useless to open
a formal dUcowUm of the subject by special
envoys or otherwise.
, But Mr. Rkssktt.wuo all thines by
turns, and nothing long mut prints a paper
Whose emblem snouia be a weathercock,
and whose motto, "to one thing constant
never" Insists that Mr. Lixcolh ahull luuiate
negotiation for peace, whatever the result of
'' the movement may be; and his argument is,
that If tho overtures should be rejected
' nothing will be lost, if nothing is gained. But
ant- child can see that the Rebellion would
not vu!j secure, by such acttoa on the part of
Uie Washington snthorRlcs, the Talunble prr-
Uge of baring fCflTf d and refused offer of
pacification, but the additional advantage of
an uninterrupted Interval in which to greatly
fortify Itself In every reopoct to renew Uie
temporarily suspended conflict of arm.
Such counsellor aro surely not worthy of,
serious consideration. The Tre-ldent ha :
already declared the three csentlal conditions '
on which the rebellious State will be received ,
. , ... ... . .,,. . '
again Into the I nlon, the chief of which Is the
abandonment of slavery ; and It would be tin-
dlgnlflcd a. well as Idle to seek now to open
conference with the Rebels with a view to a
peace on any less exacting terms. It should
also be remembered that Mr. Liscoi.x,
months ago, proclaimed the conditions on
which an amnesty would be granted to all
those Rebels who would lay down their arms
and return to their allegiance, and the benefits
of that proclamation arc yet open and availa
ble to the Insurgents.
In view, then, of such facts, what would be
the virtue and what Is the necessity of doing
more than the President has already done?
The door to peace stands wide open to the
men who have been waging a fierce nnd unna
tural war against tho National Government ;
and If they do not enter it, theirs is the fuult,
and theirs should also bo tho responsibility.
Moreover, the attitude of supplication be
comes rather the doers of wrong than
those whose liljjh oQlce It Is to resist and
punish it. If Mr. Davis desires to terminate
hostilities on any such terms as this Govern
ment can properly accept, ho is free to pro
pose the measure; and when he shall have
done so It will be time enough for the Washing
ton Administration to consider whether It can
and will open negotiations for a peace on the
basis suggested by the chief of tho Rebellion.
Let us have peace, if possible; but let It come
In the right way and be of the right character.
In a great city there is little exhibition of
that neighborly friendship and intimacy so
observable in small towns. A new arrival in
the midst of a village circle at once becomes
the topic for all gossip, and a minute analysis
of the qualities of tho stranger is the special
prerogative of the rural Grundies. If well
mannered and sociable, he speedily assumes
the position of recognized neighbor and friend.
In cities the cose is quite different. You may
live in No. 800 for a decade of years In utter
Ignorance concerning tho Inmates of No. !!02,
from whom you are separated by a two-inch
You may be in mental darkness as to the
style of furniture prevalent In No. 208, until,
on some spring morning, you see it lifted Into
furniture cars, and 208 relapses into dust and
stillness for a fortnight. The swift current of
an unfordable river could draw no more cer
tain line of division between you and the
opposite neighbors than is afforded by the
painfully symmetrical cobble-stones. The very
brick walls frown on all approaches, and
solemnly rebuke attempts at the cultivation
of their lnclosures. So you are compelled to
withdraw Into your own shell, with tho con
solatory privilege of making observations
taken from interstices in your parlor cur-
talijj, from between skilfully arranged blinds,
at odd hours of the day and night.
A practical female can commonly give a
shrewd guess at the articles which will enter
Into the composition of the dinner' of all her
nearest neighbors. The Inner life of back
buildings, with all its delicate minutiu, is laid
open 1 view and criticism. The wholo
vicinage is warmed into an exposure of Its
individualities by the early breath of spring.
Provokingly imjienetrable shutters are thrown
open, affording occasional glimpses of the
mysterious room which bos awakened so much
curiosity during the long winter days.
The Invalid whose pole face you have seen
now nnd then at the opposite window goes
out into the warm sunnhlne, and you detect a
slight fluh on her wasted cheek as It feels
the kisses of the soft and playful breeze. As
the days grow very long and very hot, the
claims of your neighbors for attention become
more resistless and urgent. The music.
teacher across the way combines with the
mosquitoes and sluggish atmosphere to make
your nights utterly restless and miserable.
The families of small children which you have
observed clustering around the front door
during the afternoon and twilight hours are
simultaneously oppressed, and unable to go to
sleep, and their concerted vocal efforts are
distracting to the lost degree.
Tbo hot air has soured the temper of the
big dog In the next yard, and he Indulges In
an unceasing series of excited and thrilling
responses to imaginary barks of defiance from
canines in distant quarters of tlie city, or in
the moon. lie soliloquizes in low groans and
growls, and you hear him scratching up flow
ers and upsetting tubs, till a distorted sleep
comet upon you.
There are certain creatures who make It a
point to investigate the secrets of their neigh
bors' lives, characters, fortunes, and pedigrees.
The nearest grocer or apothecary ia inveigled
into funiit-liing scrips of Information ; no stone
Is left unturned which .night, by chsnee, let in
a rny of ll!it on their antecedent und future
prospects. This stock of intelligence is re
tailed in whispers and suggestions lo other
neighbors. Occasionally mi etlort at friendli
ness and cultivation is e-siiyed, a spasmodic
and abrupt cull is made, or n curd left, und
the ne!ghbon draw buck into nods and per
sonal obsei vat Ions and miituitl critici-tns.
,11 114 A I. JII I I IVIA.
f )lf ub( h has sucecsHi'ullv producl ut Kuis
a new operetta, called .r Suhlnt M uin ini.
Madame Lnurua bun gone lo N nolo J to f illil
a prolosbional engagement.
1'uiu.t ia to be produced at Brescia. I. iin-
burdy, with one Moiiul us the hero.
WHUaru Vincent Wallace has been engaged
to edit the music for tho London .M nival Monthly
Mr. n. Smart has just finished a new Eng
lish opera on the subject of the "Surrender of
Of Grisi's recent reappearance on the operatic
atace in London for the Iienclit of HarriM, Uge-
niunugcr of Covcnt Garden, it is said :
At the Birmingham Musical Festival will tie
performed Beethoven's Haunt of Oltctt, Men
delssohn's limit f 1'raut, M. Paul, and Elijah,
and Handel's .UiuiuAand Solomon.
Adolnhe Sax. the great brass instrument-
maker, has just completed a new saxotromba,
which, it Is contldeutly asserted, will be Uie most
perfect instrument of the kind ever invented.
A new opera by reliclen David, caned " our
tst bien que Unit bien" an adaptation of tihiko
speare's Alt't Well that Knitt H'tll will bo pro
duced this tall at we opera e. onuipie, runs.
Ti'inns bas clven much satisfaction in tho
dramatic portions of the soprano role in Weber's
OUron, lately produced in London. he sang
the part of ''Iteia," which was originally snug
by tho late Mrs. wooa imiss rawnj.
At Liverpool a new opera hous-;, to b called
the Alexandra Theatre aud Opera House, is to Le
built, uppite the famous St. Uoorge's Hull.
opera will be given pan oi uiu year, iu ui-via
A commission of twelve e urliie :rs, scene
psinura, architects, etc., picsided over br a
Buemlwr of tho lualituf, has beeu appoint! to
exaunue the iinpmvuiuen'S to be introduced into
the nuKbinerr aud decoiuuous of the uvw Opera
House ia l'aiia.
Adding Tatti h lately inns? at Che Hydrs
bam Crystal 1'aln.a, Iiefore an antlieAo of rinlit
t'.iousand people. Tlie ledVo. rarinn from
Xlrm ihovanni and Ilnrnt, .Stive Home were her
selections. TamN rllV. ai also one of the attrac
tioua ot tbla concert.
An organ hut teen rwentljr built In a Roman
Catholic chattel at liunrli t, Scotland, which eon
n icvoral new ((rmnn atops, mich an the
' I 'f meTnd 7h.V ,XU iZJ'S
all of a "rt, delicate tone
MaiVUa Aatot ha also nmde a nolnMc aue-
reH in ixiiuob as "maignrd in rami, nliooiiua
t)tek etc irt without bavin btvl a nina-ie
aviionreal. ft Is the lit fa "Margaret" who has
SCWyi I ZTlalZl
Hitherto Uje Itnllnn opera at I'nris ha been
by law prohibited from lisvinp a ballet but this
rcktTiction having been recently removed, it ia
expected that, in opposition to tho Grand Opera,
the (Trent operas of Meyerbeer Hnd Koslnl will
nou be heard nt the Itnlinn house. For the new
ballet forty of the prettiest dancers in l'.iris have
There aro iu Germany M thentrea. Of these
19 are really " court theatres," or theatres sup
portcd by relgninR princes; 11 town theatre of
the first clasH 2tt theatres of the second chws ; 'M
ton theatres of the third class ; and 7 strolling
rompaides, iO of which enjoy a very good repu.
tm ton, au are inaFatmfuctbry firmm lulcoiicliiii n.
1 he number of a' torn, Hinders, ami dancers living
in Germany in f000, and that of the choristers and
oilinals abont 8000.
Louisa I'ync has been presented by hor
ndmirers with a roaanifieent piece of plate Mr.
Itrinlry Kichards, the piano-forte composer, who
acted aa chairman, prefaced the prosentatloa
wiih a rpcrch, and afterwards read an address
to MiM l'yno, both speech and address being
received with much applause. Miss l'yne roto
to return thanks, but was so overpowered by
emotion that she could not proceed lor some time,
hhe, however, after a while up ike a few words,
hcneiblc and to tho purpose, and sat down amid
hearty cheers from the wholo company.
Zc lgcr, a base slncor, long connected with the
Italian opera in London, died lately at (ahent
from poison very Mngularly ailmiuiHtered. It
nppears that some tbrco years since M. Zcli'cr,
having to perform tho part of "Walter" in Oi7
Irvtve Till at Covcnt Oardon, and having to
whiten his moustache and board, made use of a
new composition, which in tho course of tlie night,
tronght on a violent lit ol vomiting, which win
succeeded by a long lethargy, l'rora that time,
e.-n'S the London Mutual H'orM, his health wai
never completely restored, and he sank, In all
probability, a victim to his iiupntdoncc or heed-
The pice e of music composed by Rossini on
the day of Meyerbeer's funeral is entl;led:
"Qiirlyvel Mrmrtt t'urehret a mon pamrr ami
Uiaromo McytrbrfrH May, lSJit, li o'clock A.
M. OioACciiiNo Rossini. It ia described as a
chorus in four parts, tho large rythm of which
is indicated simply by blows straek in equal
times on muttled kettle-drums. The theme is
eolemn, and of a melancholy character, and
teems to have been suggested undor the inspira
tion of deep emotion. The words were written
by M. Kmilicn I'aecini, colaborcr in all tho vocal
pieces which havo recently proceeded from
At a "inusic-of-tho-future" festival to take
place this month at Curlsrnhc, the programme
includes Liszt's IVslm and Lassen's Overture a
fragment fYom a Mass, by Fischer, of KresUen
C'bui uses by Jensen, of Konigsherg an Overture
to "Tasso,' by Strauss, of Carlsruhc an Overture
to "Boris Oodunow," by Arnold, of St. Petersburg
a fragment from Abert's "Columbus" Symphony
"Wedding Music" to Hcbliers"N'ibelunKcn.
by llucbi, of Maycnce March from "Maria von
Ingnru," by (io'ttwald, of Lreslau "Mophis-
topheles altr an episodo from "l-anst, "by
l.iszt an Overture by Seifm, ol Lowenberg u
uano-lorte Loncerto, by Madame von liunsart a
violoncello Concerto, by Volkmaun "The Death
Dance, a piano-forte concert-piece, by I,is7.t a
Duct Sonata, for riano-lorte and violin, by Kiel
fcinlc and Double .Sonatas for tho piano-forte,
by Kcuble ana i.lsit a trio tor piano-forto,
violin, ar.d violoncello, by Bronsart.and a trio fur
piaro-forte, violin, and viola, by Krnst Naumnnn,
Gn-the once asked a German musical writer
named I.yser to draw him in outline, on piper,
tho ovcrturo to '.anbrrfote. While making tho
sketch Go'tbo died, and Lysor sayt he can tiiid no
publisher for the odd conceit. This sumo Lyser
once made a scries of sketches from subjects in the
0craof Itobtrt it IHahte, including "Alice hasten
ing to tho Cross, while Bertram rushes from tho
cave." "Though tho execution was vcrydofoctlvo,"
says Ilerr I.yser, "it was this very sketch which
attracted Meyerbeer's attention to my humble
self, lie afterwards said to me in Vienna tlist
my wild lines pleased him far moro than the
magnificent engraving on copper which Wlnck
ler had hud engraved after a masterly drawing
by the celebrated Moritz lictsch, in Dresden.
On my taking what be said for a. joke, and laugh
ing, Meyerbeer became almost angry, and ob
served 'You know that I never j ko about such
matters ! Retsch has drawH the scene ! You, the
music!'" It must be confessed that these One
distinctions are rather too subtle for the compre
hension of moat folks.
I'llmann bas reorganized for tho coming
scuson bis concert troupe, so as to include Car
lotta Patti, Jacll, the pianist; Vicuxtcmp, the
violinist ; Stclt'cna, violoncellist ; Ferrari, baritono ;
Yivicr, the horn player; and Uodefroid, tho
harpist. All these artists will appear iu a aorios
of concerts at Berlin next winter. A continental
critic says of Carlotta Patti :
".She croatcd the most extraordinary furore
during all her last year's tour; every whoro was
bomogc paid to her talent, which far surpassed
all the expectations formed of it. She Is excelled
iu her execution by hundreds of hor fair col
leagues, and yet there are forituret which she
executes with brilliant facility, and which hardly
any other singer would like to attempt. Carlotta
Pattl is not to be compared with any other
vocalist. Tho result at which we must always
arrie is that she is a phenomenal being apart,
who has not achieved her present position by
study, but whoso natural powers excite the admi
ration of oven the sternest critics."
"Madame Grisi revisited the footlights in the
first act of "Norma," and the reception which
f irteted heron her entrance must have aflbrdedto
ioi' gratifying proof bow vividly the memory of
the glorious achievements of her genius in its
prime is universally present in the minds of the
musical public. Yery rarely indeud has the most
frigid audience in Kurope been known to arouse
itn-lf to such a pitch of wild enthiisiisni. From
a house Idled In every available comer there came
an outburst of cheering and applause which lasted
lor souie minutes without intermission, while
hats and handkerchiefs weie waved by the mure
demnnstrutlic admirers of the horoiiic of utmost
iiiiiuiiK ruble Buccessi s. Madame Urisi was loudly
recalled at the conclusion of t'vita Jhrn; und at
the end of the act she was four times summoned
betore the curtain and overwhelmed with
wieutbs und bouquets. Criticism, on sui li an
ettort, under such circumstances, would ho an
Impertinence; nor would it he mi easy Usk to
eoii uieut upon a performance in which the in
evitable shortcomings of the present were
sin' 'then d out of view by the ever-rei'urring and
must delightful memories of the past."
The results of "recruiting at the South" fur
the purpose ol lining np our sriuitM arc ropre.
seiitt 'l thus lar to be slight indeed. To tie sure,
evciy one counts, but tho round total will fall f ir
below even tho careful ciilculniluns of the most
).l.rBOVi:it.- Jlllli-57, IfW.bv l!iv..r. H Kpiiuji-.I,
Mr. WILLIAM AHI.K toMIe AI.KI'. . HOVl'.K, IhiiIi
ol this i-ity.
'.iirTIKKK-CAMI'lli:r.I..-Al Wllliulilsnmn. V
on I he l.llh inst., Iv Hie Ki-v. Oharbs K. tori, w . I Mil l'
1. Ill 1 t UK, "I W ins.,w. lo Mis M I ll.ll M. A M I'
.1K1.L, UauKliter of Lacy Campbell, il4'C.-a''ed, of Lla.
HAY-KfHiKF.V.-ln Immaaiii-I fliurnli. New Csillo,
pt-l-fTuoseay. lotli of August. ImIi. by Kav. John Itdai-s ,
Kec or ol St. Lukaa, l.erimuitonD, WALILU liAi. M.
!.. of Cl.l. ano, to A S'.KLI' A J., eldett Uiiilil-r ol lion.
Ileo. H. Koluey, of ihe forinor place..
JOKliKS-JOllNSOS. On .Mondav. the Sth Inslant,
be the Kev. Thomaa 11. Allen, Mr. KliWAIUl JIJHUI.N
to lim HAKHIKT ANN JollNSON.
I'KNN -MAfKIK. on the 8th Instant br Iter. J. M.
IIID..HI, Mr. WILLIAM A. 1 LNN to JII-I LLIAULIU
lil -Kin, all Ol this city.
I'll 11.11' AKNOLII
morning ol the loth In-tani,
ajs-d VI years.
1 be relallvea aua
friend oi the fainilv
lends oi the family are reapectUilly
Invio d to attenit his fuuual, froiu his late xeia uce,
No. 12.S. ins street, on lb under, at s o clock.
limvr N.-Klued on the th lust., by a sharp-shooter,
wt'lle on picket dutv iu a rifle-pit befora Atlanta, a.,
Wll 1.1 A 11 it. lion KN, ol i.'.jii'osov F, Twi uty si-vemli
Hevliuent Fenn.ylvauiu Yolunh'ers, son of William M.
and LutharUie it. iloweii, aired ftl years, S uiouilis and 4
HI HH1.-K lll.'d tn battle, at Peep Dottom, Va.. July
n Inai, STlFIIKN UlilUt. of Company F,IJue-huu-uri'U
und eighty third Jieglim-nt P.-nusy Ivanla Volon
teeis, aged w years, 1 month and 1-i days, son ot William
and Puali Uibbs, of ilrlsuil, backa coauty, 1'a,
HILL. On Mondav. the l'to lust., KI.KANOBV
SAKA1I. daughter ol Thouioa 1 Inuimoni Hill, of
Tbe fuupral service will take place ot Ftnmamiel
f'hurcb. New Castle, Delaware, on Thursday aJU-ruonu,
KINHLLH. Onthelotbluit-.OLIVFB W. lilNCLKB,
hi the 'iilth year of bis ase.
'fnieiai(vea and irietMl o! the family, also the nvns
ben of Wasbiugtou Lodae, No. Im Columbia Mirk
l.odee. No. 01 , and Harmony Hoyal Arcb Chapter, s'o.
W, A. Y.M..ond tha Order tn unrol,are lu.puclfolly
luvlted to at end his fuuera), from the rentdrnce ol tile
uncle. Mr. James L. Hold, No. lil liamei atntet, ab.iv
Xwelitb. aud below Ciirard Avruue on 1'bur.day aiier
noon, the Is ib but , at 4 o'clock. Intanucui at Vowt
Morlan Cemetery. .
THIBAl'LT OnTharsdaT STenlnir Julv Mib. at New
York City, alter short Illness, FHt.lll.KI' K IUI
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7o bat d Caii, of Ilia firm f Biana A Watann
Hiic:Yoii piiMicl aitartn In a late newapaiitirardrlc,
lliatOU wo; il'l (trill mny 1.IL1.1K S SAKK uv. In u.u tn
the city ol riillaMihia in- Inn hour. Inclii'tlnx the
sur, n( llli liana or isuriuem i.incnie. sr. ttc iimvi
fntrly met you an -nnr ow n Kronntl, ami give run threv
hour instea J of tsu hours (Uie time you aski-li, illiout
rc-ii.tni. lint you saj in a still '.atr arUcle, you will
pio,i,- nn splint th'iio thut n will ami ami
cfs-n tome otlieroi LII.MK'H hAKK.S In tnrra Itottrn.
How, as yon imvp nut rontldpnca ta put c.vaiis dr Wat
ann'a Mrranll a Sate e-,aint l.Sllo'B aa A lire 1'roof,
r.or Kvans k Watson's tMtt lt.ina Hare againit Llllif 'a
as a luirKlar-Proot, ana as you lave not contuicuee In
your aJ.illty to opun one of I. Ulls's Helps at tl-.e Hunk of
Vortlicro I.tI'Drtips In itireo hours, tint still atsert tl, at yi-u
(an open oUn-r or Ullip's haffs III thre Lours, anJ ortor
to pleUQ 9.10") aualnst SlOcd tliat sou wtU thus
ouc-ii Llllle'e bale at the First National Ileal,, die
ter, tlie First National bank at WlUlamsport, and
otl.ere: now, that ,vour irumpy til talent In drilling crllti-u
iron stall njt be "bid in a Imifiol" or wasie1 on rii-eirt
air," we I'lnpose to arrange svltti either of the above Hanks
(us you may i-lrct) to allow you to operate upoutheli halo.
The following- to be the li-rins and condition :
The (,-i-m Kach poitj shall put Into the I. audi of Ilia
caaUi-r SlfifK. The niphior to put tin- moiuy In theme
ami loik it on hit ron.a niiiion. You are loopcrate oollie
safe preeisclv as proposed In your challeuio to the Corn
Kartiane llnnk In nil respcctn. II you Ret poiiee
sion of the money In throe hours It Is to be yours,
tfnot tlie money is to be ours, ami you are, In cae of lull
tup to pay the damage done to tlie aat'et ami yon ere to be
allowed two i f the beat ti-l dnlla you can procure to
I he comWiim . You shall flritarrimce with theSoventh
Nstirn.'il Hank, Plillndpli'hia, to funilali lliolr safe tor nil"
operate tiKin, should you succeed to open LIUie's, ana
eurh psrty t " pipdh'i' iltMi as above, nnd it wp do not open
their sale, marip bv Lvaiis & Watson at a cost of fcl-!00( In
two hours, wltboitt powder, aud w ith no more not.e 1'ian
you make to opi-li I.illtp'a, the monov to bo youri,, and the
itsmae to Hie sale lo be made good by in. It we do suc
ceed, the money lo be onrs.
As vou dei Itiie to plare Fvans x Wauen's best Bank
SaTc. i-ostliu- Sta, aimlnt Llllle'e, ru-tlmt f s'io, onciual
ternis as a Hurnlar-proof, nr now otrer yoa one-half
uiere time than wa ask (should you succeed at all.
Miall vi t have your aevitiine r
1.KW1S I.II.t.IF A S.OV,
M.C. SAIil .KB, Agent.
No. :'l Houtli SI F. 1 11 Atr.stt.
LOOK AND LIVE
A WOUI) TO THE W18F.
AUdlaeu,ed comlillons, b"th acute anil chronic, where
there la vitality enough 1,ft to roai t, are permanently
currd, by warrantee, at Jto. llf.M WALXl T Street, I'hila
delphla, and In case of a failure In moit ohstluate malaiUos,
no charge is made, t.lectrlenl Institution, estabtl-lieU
about lira years ego by I'rofiiior 1I0LLES. It"ad the
A class of inalxllce prevails to a fearful exti-nt in roni
miiultlea, doonilng 100,000 youths, of bolii f iei,aunntlly
to sn early grave. These diseases are vorj Imperfectly
understood. Their external manifestations or symptoms
are nervous debility, relutttlou, and great exhaustion,
marasmus, or wasttm; and oonsmnpUou of the tissues of
Ihe whole body, shortness of breathing, or too hurried
lireattilng on ascending a hill or flight or stairs, palpitation
of Uie heart, asthma, bronchitis, and a dry, aore tliroat,
trembling and shaking of the. arms aud lower liiabt,
aversion to society, busjuess, and to atudv: aomelimes
dimness ot the eyesight, loss of memory, dlralness of
the head, tiuraljl, puln la various ports of the
body, pains in tlie back aud lower Union, InubaKO, ds-
pepsia, colMlipMti'in of tlie bowels, dorauged secretions f
tlie kidneya, and many- other glsnda of the body, pro
diu irg virulent diseases In both males aud femules ; llke
vlss iplli-psy, hysteria, and dincrt-nt loruia of nervous
spasms. Now, thru, ninety-nine cases out of every hun
dred of all the ai'Ote-named diseases, and a host of others
not named, as consumption of the lunxt, or of the spinal
nerves, have their origin in tlie pelvic visceia, hence the
want of success by any ot ttie old medical systeiosof
MSF.ASliS OF I'F.M ILKA.
1'roiapius Llcrl. LeHcoirhna, Aiaonorrliiea, and li.is
meuorriina. All the above diseases and other t'tenns
cniplaiiits base tlii-ir origin in a loss ot the vlo.1 power of
the body, brought on by Injuries, excesses, s denlary
bablts, personal abuse a. abortions, and the ukc iHmetiui
medicines. Home of the porollar symptoms are droggUig
pains thioegli the b'4 iul bai-t., weuknees of the hmUa
and estrnne lsnunor and d Willy ihrooghoiil Uieenlln
sislein, Tbo I'Seots produced from tbi'se troublesome
naalad.es are ahoosl iiiiiltitodiuons. Coouiiinptiou, Dys
pepsia, Neuralgia. I'sruiysis, Iioafness, lllindne-"., Fits,
and Insanity, ond even Idiocy, are not uncommon.
No e(lectu.ilor reliable remedy hae eier lei'n found for
tin so slarming complaints ill! our late discovery in tbo us
01 T.leclrh'ltv iu i-trtrt occoidoi en vvtlti tlie positive aud
n saliva poiarLallon of ll I teiluc Oraaus. Weueier
failed In curing all ot ihe alitor ills, uses, except iu case of
orguiue di rengpiaeot, or severe lujorles ot the itarls.
Mrs. s'altoii, u lady oi gieal experience and ability, v II
have entire charge of treating In the ladles' derartinciit.
I oiisuioition free.
l-rof. llOI.LES A- Or. ItP.OWN,
ao i lor N. K-Jll WAl.NI T Hoe.-I, I'hlladi'liil, u
knee or peutid.
Just recti ic4 by
TIAMS A HiJI.VRbS,
and Teulh streets.
CI. Wbttuiass dV Co.,
Msnet'sctursrs of New aad lull, tons Coiifeciloui, Alioond
Fsstc, C'hocelato caramels. Creams La Mode de
Pails, ex'iulsltely flavored.
Koastad Jordan Almonds, Ac.
No. U1C Cbssnut street, below rosrtti.
mttU at t'o.'a riaiMM-
tTrXK a co. a
STICK a CO s
J. E. (XII' I J.
Ssssath and CluwMt sUost.
OF EKAUTYJ WHITK VIROLN
ai ef Autlhea h the most perre. t praparau in ot
the ave, lor bcAuliiying, whlteiiini;, ad preserving tb
t.mi l. sK n. it is node from pure 'WhKO Wa, hesic Its
e:.liaordt!iary oualtilss for preserving tha skin, soaking H
soft, suiocih, fair, and lrnaHtreul. it cues chapped
baud, or Ui,imovce wuipies , c. rrico aua mi sola,
u.,.,,0.. a ,,iv i.v III vr a CO.. I'arfumers.
Ne.Sl S. tlOHTII HI., 1 doors above Choeuut, sal
'vrAXAMAKER & BROWN,
an Miirrcir ntw anrl t
tnlft li Maviiincrut P
Kll MAIN O!
thf Menllral r,pf Ima
anil fraiowllKrd by
on of ll- mfKt Iiiki nl
f harlcal eomblliallona pi
Mr. Crrvcr na nslil
traji.rrr aul uir id this c
ftnf (if r-rtnrtnal fsM
Al MlIUV ll 1
No a-utun to tl p rtiM
The a-ar,d romaatic. masloai, sp ctsi.wiafilrana,
Al .ADIIIN, nit TUK WONI'I III Ul, I. AMI',
rrs.eulcd, aner Ibre m'nh, a'-llse P'-et arvp'n, la a
st j le of ui precSfaitesI inaeunk, n a replete Ub v 'ndpr.
f il traosCotrasiooi, magiSUf es.) ncoon , grand rOarckes,
aupeib coilvuies an p r : satis, beouund biuiki. and
HA R V I'. R A N I)
gf. ROH t'ltt:SSJtlT Kirset.
HOICB N11W IIOOKH
r s svli a i .
l'l illsA I il'.l.l '1 1 1 A
BUNDAY-SCHOOL BOOK STORE,
No. It S. FOIBTII hTl:K.F.T.
A HoLUIFft OF TUK CT MIIF.ULtND With an ill
tlodnclloo b. Jolin H. Hart. L.L. I' 71m sots.
1 he iiolde fli rlstian esanipte ol Mead Ihdmes, .' Hits
Vioitlif il so'dicrol do rrosa, ai d d-t-nd'-rot luscoinitif,
win suske Ibis book a clcom. vilume in e-.oiy true
IIAOI OF (lOLT). Ilr A. L. O. E. Wcetlts.
I IIIIIT AND SIIAllls 11?.
An esolipoi hook lor the ui 'ic adi auej ilk'JH of (lis
KA1.SU.V Af.t.THF.D. By A. t. f. F. Mt tents.
ANIV HAI.I.,tlie Mlaslnii H. hour In the Army, M il.
Anil Hall was written lor the "tuinday-fMiool Times."
It Is fri oi the gtlled ton of Mix Kill; . an. I elicited mich
interest wldleltwas Disk nj its wo-kly appearance In
jikkv AND tll.S Ir.lKNIiS. TOcents. Au SkeeHcut
tMsok er bov s.
IHMiKKHH ; a S'luel to Jerry. S.'. rents.
HAUOFNT'H TFMOVKANCK TALF.S: In all vols.;
rvo cents per volume. T hose pioneen of the Temperance
Ketoun ni ed no lortl er rei-t'iomenSalton lo notice.
MOl'NTAIM OKWS. By Hev John Tort t, I I.
A series ol four volumes, ctiitalnlng Ir Todd's sprightly
articles which appeared ia the "sundae-School Thati"
J. C. OARRIOl'F.8 tc CO.,
K. lt . FOCBTH Rhtet.rhilaa a.
IdTBIOAN BAIT5-H0TE KEPOETER,
THR ONLY BANK NOTF. RKPORTrZI IN
ruilI.ISIU- D WT.KKtY.
Tlit only one tontamtng Qt'OTATIOS S (" Bant Mes
in row: crru.s.viz:
NF W YORK,
CI M l SJM A tt.
Tlie mly ons wttlch ron'ajis t' c
fa.t as organU'-! (oHlcia. list
Tbe only one vhlth cuitj'ns Uie F.N I UAL hlB.
COV NT In
E10HTREN CITIESs, VI:
M m i;i t;,
NT. If'l ih,
W11.M1MI tills' ,
.ST. I'AI L,
Ti e only one whkh gives the carlint Infortaatlon of
NLW COl'NTEr.FEIT NOTES,
liOMFSTIC MARKETS, STOCK THI.E,
i rMAScnL hr.w).
Tl.s fa. h.iioi cf tie
AMERICAN BANK-NOTE REPORTER,
1I0TH FINAKCIAL AVD TYfOf.BAi nrc,
si nscittrnOM? (rr.R AM.'Mi, ix advance.
Wci;.;.e 3 : Semi Monthly tl
01 ITC'E, Ni. 10 8. THIRD STREET, 'third floor).
CARTEL'S GREAT PICTURE
NEW YORK CENTRAL PARK.
This masnlAcei.t work of art, now rapidly approaching
completion, la ous of the largest and most elaborate cvtr
undertaken la this country, bslng about
Four and a k sir by three and a hah feet square,
and embi arlng a full aud complete Vow of the Ore ut Cea-
tial Park In all Us beauty and grandeur.
Subscriptions for a limited number of the artist's proof
sheets will lo received here, when the pistes will be taken
to Eiuope, where
Messrs. TRUBNEK A CO. .paternoster ltovr, Loiidsa, and
AI.HFItT L, HF.IlOLIi, Kne Itl:heHen, Paris,
are already recelTing subscriptions for the sams.
The work can be had by subscription oaly. Price tU per
copy, paysl'lo on deUver .
Subscription Rooms of tlie Company,
No. 7.'0 BROADWAY,
The fallowing firms wlh re.-eive subscriptions:
AI'PLHTON CO , liroadvriyi
WALMIIR, WIUF. CO.. BostiMSi
fS. K. OhlddK A CO., Chliu-o;
31. si. UK, nlLbTACE BALDWIN, Cla.'liinstli
I'llU.IP A HOl.OMliHli, Washington;
CALLLN1LU ft CO., Fhlladeipkia i
Or, at Uie paldlshsrs,
HITYEt.IJ, HARRIS 4 CO.,
J.vSO-wsmlm No. 7S0 KBOAHWAY. New York.
JNVALIDS AND CONVALESCENTS.
INVAL'tiS A.VH COStVAIJIsrEarrS.
' Invalids and tioBTafcseents,
Inv alids and Convalescents,
f F MAI, I 8 IN' DELICATE HEALTH,
FEMALES IN M Lll ATE HEALTH,
l'F.MALES IN HI LK.'AIE HEALTH,
Willi: nU our Will Bud our Will Und our
California Wlnea, California Wines,
California Wines, California Wlnos,
California Wines, Callionua Wines,
peculiarly valuable iu all cases of Languor and great pros
tration ol atieakth.
Ask Ask Ask Ask Aak
Ask Ask Ask Ask Ask
Ask Ask Ask Ask Ask
Urs. McClelland, Cebaanl, Jackson,
(ofUis Pennsylvania University),
Serine-, Iterens, tlroves, Hartsboraa
Skbmole, Williams, Hartley, Neldhard,
Wilson, Tuida!, Vina I, Fondej,
Noble, Kuoit, Mayland, Turner,
and other leadlrg physlolans, what they think of tha Dxedt-
clnal vlrtoes of California Wines? These gentlemen pro
scribe our brands, and assure us of th bvntdts patlanus
restive trom theu nee I
CALIF0BM1A WTNTS Af.ESCY,
JrC-lm Mo. it 8. FIFTH street, above Chesnut.
MEDICINAL COD LIVER OIL
JOHN O. BAKGB & CO.,
Xo. 718 MAKKET SI BELT,
are now rccslv Inv their supplies fresh from the fKLsries
The snp'rli.rlty of their OIL Iu every respect, has gained
for It a reputation ami sale beyord any other round iu the
To maintain it, tl.sy are deki-mlnid to supply an urtlde
tliat may be sutlrely relied eu lor irs.husvi aud purity.
Ism te, Unionists of Piofesiors oi'Mrdkal CoUi ges. anil
NO DECEPTION. NO INFERIOR COAL
urehaied lo otter below the eoat prk-e ot a superior
orllile. hAUt EL W. llkriS, LHOAII Slrvet,aUive ICaoe,
east aldo. aeua tha ctnnlu LAlll B VI IS. best and
pars stunned ass and Skit sUaa.tlit Larg &at, BiS
(Vousamers shenhl make their furchaMaat on'S.prej.
Tame so ones! advance. ivis-jes)
OR EAT OENTBAL CLOTHINO HOUSE,
A r. -oonei si p.s i .
FVFrVit. Al'tii'hT n,
ovel f'aunia lll he Inir.sdnlsed
peclacle. aVstniilN. OB TUK
icing re lea. llu a living
r coLOhLH wsiKai,
H AT BARVUM'S SVL SI .FVf.
:e entire prfss ol NiwV-rk to be
he awl brsotlfiil artltklid Bo.
rented for a tinlratlon. .
tin.irn,m a l.rv aura fiw Its
lly.nbd is resell oil noon aisNtig
ITY ASlV llKAI TIFI I. ILLU
ir.-s of the sntsful soectaclfi,
UK WOVhl l;l LAMP,
of adir.l'-loi.. aiilT-lt
NKV CnKSM'T 8RET
ACKKY'S) AVtniON LOOMS, No. J-'S
frnlfl .(sio, AND OTIIFB Si r.
O M ' F ca'i oi. M-.rtgago oi nli pri.pcrt;
pes c'oi. no a i
I v a -a.
CUAItl.LS KIIOAlis. o.n-1 van. i t,
NO ..H.hl-.k KN'III h.rei't.
A NT I'D. TUK LOAN OK F1YI. I1IK.
drso isilisr. fur on. -a. fr vsl.p h tl f h"-l lotc
rr st and e u rin vi ill be g!vn. Aed-ea '-v. it." omi. ..r
r.vcoliig Tdcgrapl , No l'ss (1. Ullltli Hlri-pl, hi lew
tbesi ut. aol :H'
1IOI SI', WANTI'.D IN f.I KM ANTOWV
Or Clie'-nnl Ittil. -1 A lent f'r aye. r.or lo tmri I. sue.
A l.lrr-i. lll. I ili n anil Ut c( . U " .11. I- St Ulltio.
Flulailplplila. si'l', tl
AxiRiis.t 7. lwul.
I I" l'(rr Ol Hi
i avTis", Aosis
A. or . O'
150 tlnoKssmlt Iih, mill
fl( C'arrlairu Trimmers.
Wsswlll rereivs the hit-he it rates of Oovara-nent pay
raUoas, and mediial atlenilsnee.
Tiauiror1iill.n ftirnbhed by applying st
No. fill I'KN N B Y I . V AN I A AVKNl'K,
W ASHtNOTON, 0. C.
.. J. STRANG,
t'aa'aln, A. Q. M.
JAMKS M. KELLY,
aulO-lm ' C'aarterDaster s A-n'.
FOR SALE AND TO LET.
CTO RF.NT. HANDSOME STORR, WITH
plate glow windows, and dwelling. No. '.'.'? M Ft K-
K.NTH SWcct uVl-tf
afS, FOR ftALF.. iS-ifl.OOO WORTH IN GOOD
AJHr)nves,:arf"and small. on terms to suit puroliasera,
Ciller Willi or without liicnn.orauce.for cash and goal
trade. Imintipof, from 10 to l'o oh-k A.M.,
TIIOS. M. l'l OW MAN, No. ifilT S. Hit RTIi Street.
tufjtZr GRAND EXCURSION
A. 1 E M AY.
TUK 8TAXtgU AlvO COMMOUIOVS
raalalri K. A. Jtyther. sv ThVmake a flrand F.soiirsl .n tn
Cape Mar, SJATL'ltll AVVsAilgu.t " 'saving altl'll
surest whar at t o'clock, Aas;. Betiirniitg, wiU leave
epeMayon mowoav at K o'cTicl.
are lor tte r.-ssion -risi. i airrace nirt extra.
aul7-3 .lOHKrtl A. 8TF.RT, Agent.
THE STAl CTI AND COMMOKI0U8 BTEAWI'B
C ATT A IN E. A. RYTHKR,
Of tlit Cape May Line, Is now snaking her regular trips ta
CAFE MAY, Irav Ing AKftll Street Wharf, every Tueailar,
Thursday, and Hatanlay at nluo o'olook: returning wUl
leave Cope May every Monilar. Wednesday, and srlday
at bali-pa.it ahjlit o'clock, tou.hlng at New Casttt going
and rsiturnhiR. Ears JU; carriag hire Included.
Children half price; carrtage hire Included. Servants
tt W: rarrtsgc h.re extra. Freight al lew rates. No
freight receded alter s) o clcck, and In ail cases must be
JiSl-tf JOSEPH A. STEWART, Ageal.
HIIX1 : M 1 1 Ell !
' I TXJH E R S.
II I 1 1 saggy I I It I Street.
Jalei and 216 Bags Cotton, dec.
i 0. COOK, Auctioneer.
By virtue t
rltof Sale, I17 the Han. JVIIM C AI
s of the Iltriot Com tor the United
It XL AD fl'.,
States, In and li
e Eastern I'lolrH of PrunsylTsnta, la
Ailatlralty, o me
reeled, will bo sold at pusllc sals, to
the tUghest anJ
daer, for Cash, at
NO. 14'-i N.VFBONT itiisot.
Ou MONDAY MORNIVI, August 22, 13C4,
AT 11 O'CCVfK
i:t."5 Ilali nnd :'l(l IaBCottOot..
; Itbls. Hplrltss TtVentlne.
!i Jloxosj Tohncco, I iaj Illct-.
On trsusptrt "C. 8. atov,c,' steamer ' Ida,' sloops
Hop" and "S.rsh Mary ,"
CATAl.Olil tt NOW BEAlsT.
WILLIAM MILL WARD,
I'. 8. MAUHHAL, E. U.-1'EBN V.
rAR CLAIMS, ltOUNTIKS, FKNSIONS,
PAY. and all description of rl.tli.is against the
litiiteg (States l;ovoinnient edjua'ed andcelli-cted. PRIK
MUBCy We have a foil list at ptuee now payable, and
the lueney can be cilrricd at om-e. Apply or write to
ia.vn.,r. v IV vi . A ni.uinnn,
Army and Nhi i'lntnl Atti-nts,
ilir-lin No. 41-.' WALNI1 Mtreet.
BLACKRKRRY BR ANDY. 10KJ fiAM.ONS
lll.At KKKILUI SHtA.MIl
Tar sale bv
aul7-t'f E. P. MIlilil.ETON.No f. ST. l KOXT Stre A.
r O XI IN O It U M 1,
CAKPf.NTEB AKD MTLPKR.
No. ?IJ L'llMIK BTFBFT.
A tare force of bulldlna meuhoulca ot all branohea
mlwaya an Land. ufi-s lUiual
TJKITED STATES POSTAGE STAMPS.
rOS-TAGK STAMPS 10 It SAI.F..
A IiISCOl JaT Or TWO I'P.H t EST. ON ALL HIMS
or si anu vrwAttiisj.
At Ihe Frln. Ipnl 1'epot for Uie rale of Internal Rerenna
Na. ZH CIIEHNI'T Hticet, and
aula No lea 8. FIFTH Htri-ei. Philadelphia.
XI 13 NKAV TAX
It t Xa li
IIKVKNUK STAMP LAW.
Conies of the New Tux Bill and Revenue Stamp Law,
for sale w holesale and relaU; und atevenue Htuuips of all
descriptions constantly " hanu, at the lolkiwlng rates ol
tin orders of fiO, two pr eent. discouut.
" LO, three " "
" " l,l'our "
At tbe Principal liets,t fortlia Rale of Tntern.il Rr-venue
Stamps, No. sis CIIF.hNI'T Hireet, and No. lul S FIFTH
rSire.1.. Full descriptkms of the Stamp Law in pamphlet
U HEAUt.L AItrr.K V
A ikal. First lnalrlct. l'a.,No.
1 l'hlla.l. lphl.i, August II, teo4.
im 'l o Insure prompt replies to I
HEADQUARTERS FROVOST "R.
J IS si, jiuuii btreet,
nitiuiDt rm iiei u an oii-tiion noonnnnry
iultjectn f'tUiK'C.lftl vrim in r-HrtJiiiifm, nrsn, f-x-my-tioH,
I.UMliileii w Irsiit, Cra'ltiit umi Ac- uun i" luen
ftiriii-tivtl. Cltlt'iii are roqiwitutl to ntuke uppli i tltn 10
th I'txvvott Mtrli4U ftLe Coufrrvniikini IHstrl'-'t tu r iu-U
taifunutiUoii.ftuauotlv Hit r.uvutt M..r!ml i.diiani ftt
' hi Oidr l' the I'roveit M.ir.lial-(1on t.I.
Wll L.AM f- LKI1H VK,
Aul2-tt CuttaM stnJ I'rovoit Murnital.
TO THK CITIZENS OF THE EIGIITU
ii d. iKr- B'-y er th Kthta w nrc nntisr inn iu-t call
low isjifttitAB 0t-: IU NIKh li. Tu rnc ihlH nuia-
Ur.aWard Sinunljni TWKS I V-l-i VK 1 U.l.A Kit will
K''H lre-jt-ry viluutfi r credit! ti th WnrJ. $uo
kKriiittD rex iivfj b any m-nilvr nf thv Wartl Cniuiti
t. 'I li Wurtl llvuntv will b pstid ftr cvt ry prsoa tr na
Its Ward now in Mi ni trvK' oi () I uilwl buici
Ur wlioiu a in till ou tiio uutiia taa ubtiiinrd.
J. i. ROSliS'. AUrKK,
ul Ot B. E. corner fc!.ru aud WALKIT bti.
6. S. COINER 6IXTU MARKET 6T3.
Citizens to the Rescuo,
BF.INO t)R AFTF.U.
tn SdloMTTO'il w
eetlne will be k ld at the sri-bd
II' o" I v LNTII
( (J Al F l sttci Is . 1 ( I l(lltlw
(1 Mm day I EVKMSn
or lock. Coma wtUi yow
ril lt Is now greatly ne-d.-d .
v.cntr'ootiiiii, to top no
sn evil-ini'Trs! nnn.ni.- wisrani arrn.n
1IFNR WM.1B At. Pn-sldml
II. Sist'iH. Be. ri-tiry. '- an I ; it
XTRA BOUNTY TO V0LDNTEER8.
A 1 'I II E
C1TIZE1I3 OT FIFTEENTH WARD,
IIP1I h OS tsx M"UAY EVFUlSd,
It was iXsnimosslf
E ,,(l, 1 hot the Kxectiliva Committer bo suthoned
P. past T I NIT-FIVE II.I.AS to eveij rani et.llst.
Inc tn the Vnitod htatcs Army, Nov, or Marios Corps, te
the credit st tills Ward.
In aicorilancc tlicrewlth s Ward Itoinstyof gs;, will be
laid to every surli ncrult, duly ri.llnril vd credited, by
lit VAC M. hi: I! IT, at Provevt M .rihiU i )ih. e llros-1
anil Spritu Cs' Jen streets.
H. P. M. BIRKENBLNE,
:17 tl ChUrmin I c utl.c ( nBnniti. .
TWELFTH WARD BOUNTY FUND.
Nt n.or.ptlnr.. lo the rtounte Fnnrl can be .al.t In
msnihi-r of tlin lrr. Inel C'imnilttees. or CKOHd
HMIWDKV nrtlggtst. 8. W. corner ol I jtirtli and Mohk
stris-ts. AIo lo L. II. KMrhl.H, Tieasurr-r, vyt.r, with
a Commlileowlll be at ALLFUH iNIA I.VCKCM KOOMSJ,
Ni.iiic street, sbov, I i.urtli, every evening, where 1'recinct
Ci'tiiiiiltti'es arc rcoti sted to report.
One bundled and ttiirteon nn-n arc raiulred to till om
rjunts. let evetv i liii-n respnt.d to tlie tall. To 1ho
Every oue li T
It one suoiect la I
iO Draft can I.t
I nri'i'.d I liicoa we psitlcnlariv appeal
our Waul can alio somotiiing. and II ear
lliaitsvlil gi.e hot IHE HOLLARS, the
avnl.li.il. K..mi.iiibi r. (he time 11 short
ulS if f
(list M. WAtiNT.R, Prestrtent.
I B. F.NilFLH, Treasurer
Thos, II. C"M l i.t.. Secretary.
tn view of the caU ef the Preslleot lor Av hiadr"
tlioasand iner, we propose to raise a
COLONEL HORAffl) 0, iSIOKEL'
(Laie of tbo rcDDdylvaaia Ro-ervo,,
1U eo.neumi o ( tl e omtuiuid. 1
AIIoc.b tl ' Airing t .ak part la thl oiNtn.fttioa ar
rviuot j4 to call on
COL. HORATIO 0. SIOKEL,
So lsJOO WALLACE STREET.
C iTIZIlNS' VOLVNTliEK SUBSTITUTE
Conmiilti-e. Aur'uit 1'.', l;t.
rnisnnice is iii.M"v rn 10 tne soutueast eomerot
KIXT1I and WALNLT HlrfsMa.
will l ci J. U. HOsr.NOAItTEN, Trtasorer.
H I X T II
UNION LEAGUE REGIMENT.
IX VIEW OF THE rKZSWEHI 8 CALL
riYE HUNDRED THOUSAND MEN,
Th: MiliUi J toDiai.tif e of tl." Uiii a League hare trud-J
COLONEL IIORA.TIO G. 8ICKEL,
I.A1V or T IS.
Tlilitl I'onnisiylvanla Ileservss
and with other officers nt that Veteran Corps, to reerait a
Regiment tor one year'a service, under tha auspices of the
Wc invite otllcirs desirous of taktng commissions la I''
to moke application lo Caloual hICKEL, at his haadftuur
NATIONAL aUAHJJS' IXALiL.
(RAt l. STKEET, BELOW S1V1U.)
It will be otiredort to make this organization In alt
respects a worthy euci e.sor ot the Pennsylranla Kes.s
IHE BOUVflE WILL BE AS FOLLOWS;-
Fnlied Stales bounty
1'ay fur one year
Itakins a cash lot il of (lor one y ar)
lieaideeclniuiug and. iibelatrurc furnished hjtbet'altedA
II remits will be mustered as S'en as reouived, and sort
to camp sinirly or in siioatis.
Citizens liable todrult. aud desirous either of vetuateer
1ns or kt'iirwtirlin.' eiiiistitiiti's,wlll lind in this Kegluasrt;
evury iuduresuctit lo enter lite service. ,
MeuilK'rs of the League furnishing substitutes artf
espc, istt) rciiucsted to scud thtta tn this IteirhnonE
'i tie amotion of Ward Ommittoes Is particularly called
to this uri,-snl?.atlon.
J. II. FRY, CUairmua.
H. Jl. Fi-IMi,
.1. Edssr Tliouison.
LIP i .lie V Jllac, M.
.Ihoios I., t lin;lioril,
lluracc lliliii' V. Jr.,
Mom n Mi Mlrbae',
J. I. l lst a llare.
lo ia-.e H ( rosmau,
Hour (1. Lna
dames U. llrne,
losepb F. 'lobMs,
s. II. Itmwne,
h'.rra liver, M. U.,
Win. M Hl.limau,
.1. (1. Fell,
('. J. Maci'tten. aut-lA
si 1IOVNTY FOR MARINES
nforlLe l'nili-d Ktatce ftlarlne Corps
n to pertorin the diniasi oi a soldier at
J and on board I lilted Htates e!Ups-i
1IOVNTY FOR MARIXF.6. WANTKD
'orps, a'lle-bodied uvea 4
a:ups-er-war on loreia-n
Ftelter compensation than the artoy.
llllil E U I li llll Kll bOLI.AItS OOVEBKWEiTr
IIOl stTVl also, AU. TUE LOJAL lKJl Nllklsl paid
pou .inuiiiieut. i
Xartnes reielve Prize Money. i
For all further InMrmaUoSt appljr at the Eecniiltag .
No. ill S I 1(0 NT Street, below Sprues Street,
tstween tlieiiours ol t and 3 o'clock.
C. O. ll. CAWLKY,
aaV-tf Malar and Itecrulung oiheef.
Oflseri and sokUsra vUlting tba chy oa forlOBghs,
AH IKVITgO TO Till gXTIXSlva
CJHOIlCs Ju W. WMONH A liliO.
6ANS0M BTREBT HALL,
SARSOM Street, abort Ibttla,
Made to order at tha shorts st notice, which tor richness aad
BugalAosnos challeng oompetltloa, ao ether houoa Us the)
aoutry couUnlnf tba MAbUrACTUlllNa JEWEUOA
Wll H THE FkAOTICAL HWOIcO MAKES. laS
TILE LAR0E3T AKD BEST