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THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER I, Wi.
THE NOMINATION Or Mrs'l.r.M.A FOR
Til K PR:SIIK Y.
For week previous to the mooting of the
Chicago ConTcntlon It was tlio subject of con
tldorable public curlonlty. Thi-ro was a gone
raJ desire to learn what the Opposition to the
Administration would propose as their
remedy for the Rebellion lnatoad of war, and
what Utcman they would nelect as their
Candidate for the Presidency, with a viow to
elect blm for the purpose of putting thol
policy In execution. The agony of expecta
tion Is now over, and we doubt not that th
people who have waited so long for the reve
lation of a plan for the salvation of thu
country, experience, Tery generally, a sens
of disappointment, and, perhaps, dl.Hgiist. The
Incubation was protracted, but the result is
confessedly, In every respect, an abortion.
"Parturient Montrr," and so forth.
The Convention first declared iU political
principles, touching the situation of the coun
try, In a series of resolutions, In which all
Intelligible meaning Is covered up In a cloud
of vague words. We shall discuss "the plat-
lorra" in ruturo articles, wishing now to speak
only of the nominations. These present
Okoboe B. McClf.i.lan for the Presidency,
and Mr. Pendleton, of Ohio, for tho Vice
11 ! 1
The ticket would be much bettor if tho
Barnes upon it were transposed. The oMlce of
the National Executive requires tho talents
and experience of a statesman. Among North
era sympathizers with the Rebel Mr. Pkn-
DLKton has some pretensions to that churoc
ter, Gkoiiob B. MoCi.ellan has none, iiut
What was wanted by the Convention wis,
not a man fit for tho office, but one supposed
to be possessed of those vulgar elements of pop
1 ularity which sometimes, by the unthinking
enthusiasms ot a mob, lift small men into
places far above their capacities and deserts.
Hence. In this instance, tho person least
r"" ouallfled for the PresidunLlal chair wiu nomi
nated for that station ; while ho who Is, in
, the schooling of statesmanship, vastly his su
perior, was accorded a subordinate position,
, For this, however, the Chicago delegates
. are responsible to their constituents, and we
' certainly have no disposition to quarrel with
. their action.
- We never have had any but the kindest
feelings for General McClkllan. He Is
pennsylvanlan. lie is even nearer to us than
that. He Is a Philadelphlan. We wlU go fur-
. tber, and say that he rendered the country
war against the Rebellion. We acknowledge
bit military abilities as displayed in the defense
of the city of Washington in the earlier periods
of this earful struggle with Secession, and
even his successful, though rather fruitless,
defeat of the forces of General Lee at An
But when we have said thus much In his
' favor, we have sold ail that we can conscien-
- tlously aay with regard to him, cither as a
man, a soldier, or a patriot. We wish sin-
. cerely that history would allow us to express
- unqualified approbation of him; that it would
Warrant us in according to him that unre
served and enthusiastic eulogy with which
be is besmeared by the members and journals
of that political party who wish to use his sup
posed popularity with the soldiers of the
Union army as a means of carrying the
- com'ng national election in favor of their
cause and ticket. We honestly and solemnly
believe that the very men who most praise
JdeCi.KLLAN as an available candidate of the
' Democracy for the Presidency In the ap
proaching canvass, do not really entertain for
blm the respect which they pretend to feel
and so fulsomely express. McCi.kli.aw is
thought to be a convenient and expedient man
tor their purposes, and they puff, magnify, anil
exalt him accordingly.
But let us deal with him mora (airly and
disinterestedly. Let us try him by his record.
As a military man, what has he done? We
ever given by the Government anything like
the same opportunities that he was afforded
to serve the nation and promote his own iudl
Vidua! iaine and advancement. No coin
mauder In the field, except Grant, ever was
allow like forbearance and indulgence,
All bis successors in the generalship of the
"Army of the Potomac," from Bi knsidk
to Meadi;, never were accorded the sun:
chances to win victories aud render them
elves historically immortal. Yet Geoiiik
B. McClella.v never won a decided victory,
during all bis protracted coin maud of the
flaunt military organization that was ever
assembled on tti i-s continent. He defeated the
KtbeU at various times we even concede
that he made a niustmly retreat from the
Peninsula, and saved the iirmy under his
CtuiujHud, after several u-ost disastrous r'
pulses. But we declare most positively, ami
Invoke the records of tho war to avouch our
assertion, that In no single Instance did Major
General Geouoe B. McCi.ei.lan properly
follow up and reap the true meed of victory
In any battle that was ever fought under his
auspices and direction.
This is his history, and we are sorry that It
Is so. We could have wished, and did wish,
that it might be otherwise. But fate and
Geokge B. McClkllajt were against us.
We would not, In anything we now say, dis
parage In the least his military character
, . bis universally admitted ability as a soldier.
' But w have always believed that all bis mill-
tory failures were Justly attribuiable to the
feet tnat hi, paity-leaulng and sympathies as
Uemocrtrt pray too strong both for hU
' ktegrlty a wrtU In chief command of the
army of Wasulngtou, wd for his feelings and
, reputauonasa patrlou Iq hi conduct, while
to command, he reverse ntiment of
. Bboti'b he loved Cjham m . .
less; be carud mare in .wtwoi Davis
, ( and bis Uifamous cause, than be cared fothe
Government aud the Union. This It the lud.
- went that posterity will pass on his conduct
ai d achievements in this war against the Re
bellion, and every loyal American, but espe
cially every loyal Tennsylvanian, will deplore
Having failed so signally a a Oeneral, what
reason l there to hope that MoClkm.ax will
succeed belter as a President? If ho was not
fit for a calling for which he was specially
educated, how can he be expected to answer
tho requirements or a vocation In which he
has bad no schooling? If he achlcvod no
positive successes aa a military leader, wlnt
better reputation cau he hopo to win In tho
highest and most difficult civil trust of the
nation? In tho business of a statesman ho Is
a per'W't novlne; and tlin knowledge which It
took Weiistfii and Ci.at, and such m"n,
years of stud ami labor to acquire, Gkjiihr
IJ. McCi.ki.i.an cannot bo- expected to gain
by sudden Inspiration. We do him, therefore,
no injustice when we assert lh:.t ha Is lot Ally
unsiiitcd for the Presidency, and should
not be put by the people in a position
whose grave responsibilities aro fir
above his abilities. Even if his pa
triotism were above suspicion, und it wre
possible for any man to rely alone on the
nstincts of that passion to guide him in the
xecutlon of the Presidential oftlco, yet
Ikoi.iik B. McCi.ki.i.AK lacks oven tho
firmness of will to be governed by his own
impulses. Ho has no posltlveuess In his moral
or Intellectual composition. Ho has shown
himself to be a hesitating, timid, temporizing
erson, halting perpetually bjtween two
opinions between what his sense of duty
tells him to do, and what his want of moral
couracc makes him afraid to do. Thus his
cowardice, or his indecision of character, Is
always defeating the dictates of his under
standing. Such a negative soul Is fit for no
place and no occasion demanding
resolution like that of Jackhox, and
civil wisdom and virtue like that
of Washington. His ductile nature, how
ever his liability to bo moulded, like a piece
of potter s clay, to any fashion and to any
end, by stronger, aud yet worse men thin
himself, Is at once the reason why ho was
nominated for the Presidency by an assem
blage of selfish politicians, who hope to use
him as a tool, and why he should not be
elected to that offlce by tho people. His pop
ularity, moreover, will be found, wo thluk, to
be more fictitious than real. It rests not so
much on any positive merit, either ef charac
ter or service, as on a supposed public pity for
persecution, of which he is claimed to bo the
victim. But his mirtyrdom is of h!s own
making. Ho was displaced from a couim in 1
in the army for allowing his private notions
of political policy In the conduct of tho war,
to interfere with bis duty as a soldier, and
as ho fulled In his proper office
by presuming to exercise the functions of one
to which he was not appointed, ho was very
wisely and justly Bent into retirement. It Is
probable that Gkoiiok B. MoClkllan would
be to-day In command of tho Potomac Army
If, stifling all political ambition and respecting
himself the military subordination ho Imposed
on his troops, he bad faithfully discharged tho
duties of his responsible position, and not
sought to arrogate the discretion and autho
rity of President Lincoln. But ho tried to
reconcilo the obligations of a soldier with the
aspirations of a polMcian, and that attempt
disastrously sacrificed tho cause ho was so
generously appointed to save. His sudden pro
motion to high military command his t:iste
of a power to which he had not bjen accus
tomedspoiled him for tho ouly business for
which he was ever fit, and has gainod him a
nomination for a post for which hi certainly
docs not possess a single essential attribute of
fitness. But will the people endure such an
unreasonable attempt to reward a man for
gross misdemeanors and infldullty In one
office, by elevating him to a higher? If Mo ,
Ci.kli.an was dishonest and disloyal as a
soldier, can he bo expected to bo honest and
loyal as a civilian ?
If he could not fight, unconditionally, for i
the Union and the Constitution, can it bo sup
posed that ho would, as President of tho
United States, be more devoted to either?
But he bos been turned out of his command
in the field 11 Oh! that is terrible, that is
monstrous, say the unconditional peace min
in the North the sympathizers with the Re
bellion. Well, gentlemen, what of that?
Would you have a palterer with treason to
fight treason ? If you would, let us toll you
thut the people are not of your way of thinking,
and that they are not likely to abet you In
avenging the supposed griefs of McClellan,
on a Government which treated hi in with a
generous confidence which he Bhamufully
Major William McMirhael, for more thiu
twelve month an Asthtant A ijut int-(joH.Tl ua
duty at headquarter of tbe Duparunent of tho
Cumberland, bss been relieved from further
duty in tho West, and ordered to duty on iUj
nihil of Mujor-fieuiTul Cadffnlailcr, ac Phila
delphia. Heretofore we have never mentioned ths m in v
excellent quali'ic of Mnjor McMirhael, fjr tue
rmson tliut when he o.-eupird tliu position (r un
which be bus just retired, many Kbailow-min led
eriioni might have Interred ruiiiincndationi fro u
our pen wire injured hy a lciire to nuenri) the
clllcial favoiitii-ni t the Mnj .1 an latere n e
i qu.illv uiijiiot to the (iazttte ami to M yor Ms
Mit'liatl. Hut iiilhu- of delicti. it ro longer onslniiu
hllmre; nnd we f-cl .er.'ectl frei to give e
piosiOD to tin- ooiuiou of .iluioht every II -er in
ibe Army of ilu Cumlicrl m.l, in sayia fiv
Major Willi .in M' Mic'ju- l U one of tliu in l iu
iltitiiuu cn rirctc, inti l.ifiit, ahle, an I cj is. i
ii. Ik lot lllrcii. in tin ' crvue in Uiiinnny. Hi
a cvt-r tit hi pom, mi l i.o contiil.T li m of
wr'iiiil iriemMiip or srlii.h ambition c julj lor
ue noii'tut I'.du 'c lnai to iteoart a linr'n
hnaiiih fioni tin ti. . Inc of nin o.lL'Ul .lir.ci,
or io inlr t gi an lo a h orilers of hi. nuparl irj.
In this re-pi ci Maj r M:Miliit"l una cictp
ion io aluio.-t i vii i i.tll er we have ever mv
with. A Mn of ihr pitriolic Moron MoMi-ha.-l,
tie viLiialih- tiiiior ol ihe f'uiivl Ipliia .o"i
.Uiiinnin, no I' H run Id l.e rxpictinj ol him. IU'
ihjiih I he iiiun tor ihe stum perforin un'e of day
in ihr htiite of IVuutiyUttiiia tu a crisis like tlio
We have not learned who succeeds M tjor
McMicliael, but, whoever he may he, if ho shall
serve as long and a acceptably us nil pre Jeccsior,
he will, like him, retire with the warm apprecia
tion of bis superiors, aud tbe firm friendship of
his peer. Chattanooga Goutte.
Kave Tour Old Newttpitpers.
Psprr stock dealers pay eight cents a pound
for old newspaper in good condition; the lua'-e-rial
can be made over into white printing paper,
und the greater the supply, the less will bo tbe
ncreaiH) in the price of the new sheet. if'i.'A '
jirU of this week says on this point :
In Europe, a hotel or housekeeper never thinks
of destroying a newspaper, or of using it for
kindling parpotea. All over the continent and
ia Kngiand cheap little bundles of sticks (two
or three for a penny), with the en. Is dipped in
roi-in, supply all tbe purposes in tho way of kind
ling which could be performed by five times
The value of white priming paper; while the
other uses for paper are met by aa inferior browa
material, which inflicts no waste upon tae print
ing nock, hy this means the major part of tbe
original stock is preserved for reproduction, aud
the price of the article constantly kept dowa.
lly the same thrifty system of saving old news
papers and handing them over t tbe dealers,
who will be glad to call at private houses for them,
neuilv the whole market siock will he pruservsi.
tumid into the mill, and reproduced with the
lcea certainly of not more than ten or fifteen por
"at. Under the present wuateful habits of the
uu':,1.0; 5.0fl ,h." -?0,"' iUrrf Dt Jili0n f
uu.rlv deatroyed, while thu demand constantly
exists agautot the source.
Sir: I deMre through ths medium of Th.
Tklkokaimi, to call the attcotioa of the city au
thorities to the fact that agents from New Jersey
are recruiting men In this city, to be credited to
tbe quota of New Jorsev. Why it the law relating
to enlisting men for other Suites not eiiforod I
Will the authorities allow a matter of so much
Imporunee to go by default I Ii.it seen New
Jrry agents in open competition with Ward
Committees In the streets of Philadelphia, unmo
lested. Seventy mow fr-m Danville, Penniylva
nla, were tnken to C im-len tnl. morning. They
came to the city to enlist to the credit of I'enn
sylvanl i, but wore taken with the olTor of $l'
If the imthorltim do nil Interfere, I'hlliidelphla
will lie In r men hy hundreds. Tbe Importance
Of the sulijeet demands ImlorOI ite attention.
Ilespecilully, fcc. A Si b-titi a Huorkr.
Importitnl Sp.ier 4 miremlng Krwipmper
4 rr-iilrrf .
IlRalllll AH1 KKS MlUlAIIT DIVISION OP WliHT
Ml'HlSNllTI. N l:Wl IHI.KAKS, ll., Atll?l1t '20, INIil.
Genual Orders No. ,')'.. I. The followim? order
from the War Department Is hereby republished
for general information :
W AK 1 KI-AKTMI NT, A IIJt'T NT-f) KM HRA t.'S
Oikick, Wasiiinoton, Augivt2t, 1 S'i 1 . (Jeno-
ral Orders No. (17. -Uy the liriy-suventn aiticlo
, ol the art ol Coi gress, entit ed "An aet for ctab
' li-liiiig Kuics und Anicles for the g ivirmnent of
the Armies of the United tttiitcn, approved April
10, 1X0(1, "holding correspondence with, or giving
lulelligeneo to thu enemy, either directly or tu
directiy," is iniute punihlmlile by detth or su -h
other punishment as shall be ordered by the sen
tence ol a court-innrtiiil.
1'ublic satety require! strict enforcement of
this article. It is, therefore, ordered that all
( orii h oiulenre and cotumtiuication, verbally or
by wiitli g, printing or ti lographing, respecting
operations of the iirmy or military movemou's
on land or water, or respecting the troops, ramps,
ari-enaKenlronchmcnts. or military a'.la.rs, within
tho several military dintricis, by whirh intelli
gence shall be, directly or indirectly, given to the
enemy, wl bout the authority and sau;tion of the
(inirral in coinmand, be mid the sains are abso
lutely prohibited, and fintn and after the date of
this order, persons vlola ing thu same will lie
proceeded against ui dur tho 67lh Ardcle of
War. Uy order:
li. Thomas, Ailjutunt-Ocneral.
II. T. M. Cook, correHpondent of tbo New York
Ihrald, and J. II. Chadwick, correspondent of the
Mew York Tnbunt, who were permitted to ac
company the troopi operating in Mo'dlo bay,
h.ivuig abused the couli.luueu imposed in ihem,
by making public iiiforiu.ition of value io the
enemy, aud engaging in a controversy calculated
to disturb the harmony of the troops, will be sent
beyond tbe limits of ibis command.
T 1 1 n l'ruvust Mar.-hal General is charged with
tho execution of this order, nnd tbe Quartermas
ter's Depanment will furnish tbe neeessnry trans
pnrtaitoh. Hy older of Major-General E. R. S. Canhy.
Major and Assisumt A ljutant-Goneral.
HIIKKMA.VS A it nr.
KIIiMtrlrka lliild on tbo Maeoai Roitit.
From an officer who has just arrived from tho
front, we learn some of the particulars of Kil
patrfrk's late raid on tbe Atlanta and Mtnoa
railroad. Ho succeeded In severing the mad,
tore up over a mile and a half of Ihe tra. k, and
burned two Inrgc depots containing commissary
supplies. A largo force of Ite he I cavalry made
its spin arance, when a fight eusned, resulting in
the defeat of tho enemy. The llebel loss
amounted to over Gnu in killed, wounded, and
prisoners; 21)1 being taken prisoners. Toe Union
loss, all told, was less than 200. General Kll
patrtck, with bis comin;nd, bad arrived safe at
Atlutitiu Vhattanooija Ouzttlt.
4 irr nn I lie French I'repnre It,
In Paris the coffee is nectar compared with the
bevrruge wo in common call c tfee. I was desirous
to know bow it was prepared, and soon learned.
The French use three kinds of colfea, Mocha,
Java, anil Kio, mixed in equal parts. The cittl'ee
before roasting is winnowed to cleanse il of dust,
&c.j it is then culled or picked over; every black
or defective kernel is picked out, as well as
small stones, seeds, nnd rat droppings, which are
abundant in most collee. It is then put into tins
of clean water and well washed, then spread to
dry ; when dry it is ready for roasting.
The coffee required is roasted dally at large
establishments ; win o warm, il is ground and put
up in glazed papers of a conical shape, h ilduig
from two ounces io half a pound, aud sealed up.
Gentlemen, as tbey leave their places of business
for home and dinner, when convenient call aud
tuke the needed supply. The colt'uo is put iuto a
pot or digestor in cold witer. aud then set over a
lump expressly tor the purpose, and heated, not
boiled, but steeped ; from this digestor uo steam
or fumes arise; when ready you have your cup of
collee. It is entree, and a beverage delicious,
he iltli-glving. not tbe bitter, acrid, filthy, nau
seous drug we are in the habit of partaking, aud
catling li collee.
The editor of a Taris juvenile paper, called
the J toll's (la:itrr, intend giving a picnic festival
to all the young subscribers to tbe paper. Livery
child-guest is to bring her doll.
Hy a new rule established at Dadon-Iitden,
through the interposition of Ilerr Von fltsuiark,
no unattended lady will be allowed to reside
there. This is considered a measure of stern
While at Madrid thoy are preparing a scries
of bull-fights, under Ihe piitioiui;e of two distin-
&uished nnd wealthy citizens tbe Duchess of
iediua-C'oeli and tbo Marcbionessof Villa-Soca
at Barcelona they have destroyed the arena and
built a hospital on tbe site.
A sma l republic railed Cressonieres, in the
valley of Duppus, which has existed lor a long
time without in igistra'es, without an army, and
tree from taxes, has di-appcar.'d from tbe map of
Europe. The French gendarmerie has com
menced a tour of Inspection iu this small district,
and has delinltlve-y annexed it to France.
A meteor has recently been seen at Cher
bourg. It was conical iu toriii, prod uced a strong
light, and followed the direction of southwest to
northeast, and appeared t increase In size as it
approached the earth. Its motion was so slow
that it could be observed for at lenst one minute.
It burnt iu the sk y like a roc nut, and produced a
vast number of sparks.
There is an excitement In Paris because it Is
maintained tha. the II oudin who has Ihsod per
forming at the Hippodrome there is an impostor,
and not the original American Nia;ura Kalis
lilond, n. Ihe Imposition is said to have existed
with tbe concurrence of the manager. Tbe real
name of the genuine Klondin is said to b Grav
eiet M. Grave'et, of Koucn aud the impostor
is really a Monsieur I.ebran.
' A new town-hull will be erected In Bridford,
Knrjund, in the Veacti in-Gothic style. Tb-re
will be a hand nine, but rather ouclcHi .stical spire
ami tower at one end, and the design is funned
with a view to numerous r,ece-say and initHirtaut
improvements lo be made in the approaches tiy
the ttirpoiulion Tbcie will be three ontr iirvs,
the cbiel be ng under the t wcr, and cimuiuui
cHtir.g with ..n stride for 'change purposes. As
brudloid is a oi-mal, smoky, mauuia.' tiring
town. Iho " Venetian" style of a clutu ;ture seems
ptculiaily out of place.
row I KK-llAltlllSll. Ill Camden, V. J., Auitust
Jf-lh l.lh lii v. (ieerur llltehrna, Mr. V M. II. KHA I.KU
to MIsp I.I.1K IIAKltlMi.N In.th ol llaiMonfli ld M..I.
JUK I.- JoK'K. In ( niiidi n, N. .1.. Aulu.i II l, liy
tie II, v. (.rerse llileliens, 111. all II AfcL JU1CK 10
M its K M i ls JiULK, bu b ol I'lillKilel ililu, I'a.
W II MiN - l.KK.-On the I'ltb ol Julv l ist, bv the Ifc.y.
Cr r. A. liuilnniK, Ll.uti'Miint I A V 1 1 (I. WILSON
"i ii'iinliv i l iiiii.vivaiil.i Vel-T.iu Vublllteers, lo Miss
MAItV I 1.1 K both ol llns ell.
1 f'l K.MAN. On Monday, August yith. ofliemorrliaue
ol ll.f llilik.. AI lU.UT I.ICKIIAN. 'U 1 i enr an J a
dsi s s
'ibe ri'lnilveg anil irlenils of the lanillr are respect
ful Invited to attend the tuni-ral, Horn his laui re.l.
u nee, at Allueral Kprlns Hotel, Willow drove ou Krulav
monilliK eteultler hi. at to o'clock. Kutieral to pro
ceco to Uie I j'Uer Lutberall Cburcb, t'ranklliivlUe, l'blla
drlpbla. t'OMMTOCK. ANHKK.W COMSTOCK, M. D., on the
31.tli oi l.lublb moiilli, le4.
Tl.e refutivisi and irlenr.s aro rosoectfn.ly Invlttid to
attend bis funeral, iroin No. ftos Aicu itrcot. on tbe id of
lintb uionlb, at III o'clock A. M.
OH I K.N.- On theltuh Instant, alter a llnirerln Illness,
II ANN All l.. wlie ol Joliu Urceu, sr.. In tbe Isa car of
liui islatlvas, the friends of tba family and the sorlotv
ol wlucli sbo wan a member, are resocctlully InvlieJ to
attend tbe luneral. troiii her husliaiiu's lusllniiee. No.
1..'.0 lloharil street, on Krlday atteruoon, ut J oYlo.'k.
I'o proceed Ui Mount Vet noil Cemetery. U'orlland. Ms.,
Boston, Hi. Louis and Houlbcm paptus ploasu copy.
HIIAl'l tf'ld.- Sued, nly, oo tno uiorninv of AuKiiit
the U.li. 1 l.l AHKI II M., w la r M. -t. sU...luiM li , nj
Uuiitfa'er ol tbe laic Tbo.nss lllsndy, of Delaware. ( Atil
nuniou, Ball aasre, arU Wa.bniaiou City papers please
' 1-e relatives and friends of tha family are respe trnliy
Invited to l iidJ t e fiiiiaial, trim lha remonueeor tier
biml.aml, al (.'litsoiut Hill, oo Friday mormon, Hept. '14,
ai a o'clock, without lurlucr ujilca. J o proceed to Lmiroi
'TKAM HEATING KOK FACTO KIKS.
atiU, Ac. Healed with eahaiml or waste eteata. Alao.
Colls tor heatera.coiiden.ers. cvatioralon: vc.
eel-lm M. t OlttMAN, No. ii Ji. HIXTH Street.
'I'lIK t'NDKHSIONEI) HAVE BKEN AP.
pointed alien to receive ntiacrlutlmii tor the eink
o( ihe llltlLUANr OIL COMI'ANV. I'ar value ol sbsraa
leu doUara Two dollars per suare al tbe Uuia of euoecriv
Ai sonn as tide Company Is oryitnliod H w 11 reealve a
,j tbe prem owner or the propenj.
for furlhur particulars and panvlilets anolv to
I m-r TIlFuo '.'ud
1 bicuahks. wehc rr a co.,
I icl t ISo. K S. TUltto btraet.
JC W A L U A V H N,
BUCTF.HNOa TO W. H. CAKBTL.
So. 718 OHTJSHTJT Street.
WIWDOW H H A. I U H.
The Florence Hewing; Machine.
TDK K eliKM K RI.WlNil MA 'II INK'S,
U K Kl.Olu M'K SKWINll MaCIIINK.S.
TUB r'l.OllKM'K SI WISH MAI!IIINKS,
TIIK KMdlKNl'K NRWtNU MAItlllNK'S,
THK, H.'illKNCK kkwiNi. MAUII -.KH,
IIIK KMMIKNCK MKWINll MA'MIIMKS,
I UK ll.OUKNI'K HKWtNtl MM'HMKsj.
WAKII.S x I'KIl TIIK IlKMT IN THK WOKLI.
ViKKUM Kl IHK IlKHT IM III K WOUI.O.
WSIIHANTK.il TIIK HKHT IN TIIK would.
WAIIUANTII) TIIK IIKST IN Tit K Woltl.l.
W HI(ATKI IIIK HKST I t TIIK WOltl.l.
WAHKAMIK.il THK. HHT IW TIIK WOULD.
WAKIIAXTKI TI1I1 nK.1T IN TilK WllKI.O.
WAhUANTKIl TIIK IlK.HT IN TIIK WoULi.
No. ItlO (IIIK -Nil r .sTIil-.K.T.
No. 0.10 CIIKSNItT HIltKK r.
No Km CIIK'MIT STKK.KT.
ho. C.K) CHKmSU T STKKKT.
All Aenla and Chronic Iltiaufli enrxt by maans of tha
diOorest madiflcaUiiiM a KlMtrlcity, at laa
Ka. If JO WALNUT 8TKF.Hr, rallarfalphU.
raor. o. u. bollks
Oi'Toasa 4, 1804,
Aoouraa of Laslnraf ana fa1 1 InatnicUoa far apalrlaK
UalvaiiUaa, ataua'tlaa, ana otliar mudilloailoai ar ale--trtcltr
as rllatia IheraTtuUc auol fur Iba ouro of Acou
ana Caroaic IMin,
AT TUB INHinOTIOM,
Ka. in Walnut Btreat, l'hluulalplila.
Madtcal mD aod otliar ilsiblng to attend taa coarse
at rcstuMtcslto make application aarl.
And all lha Unfit
llrean and lllaek Teas,
Constantlr on hand by
Xavis at BieHAmns,
Arch aad Tenth.
tine Quality 4'hnmpna-nM.
Meant. Davm Kicmnns,
Arch and Tiinta Huraett,
Uave Just ractlved a
if umm A Co.,
And other superior brands of
Btek at- Co. PlanoM.
BTtCH at CO.'I
BTECK A CO.'I
i. E. OOITI.U,
Bavanth aad Caaaaiat alraata.
TAMK8 8 IIIKD.TKACIIEROFTHE TIANO,
O No. J0 8IXTKHNTII airaet. below Hpruoa. auii Isa
ir THOUSANDS CF TEETH
EXTRACTED WITnOOT PAIN.
ritunl ip iwl for. Vy nw tVYentlcm, a DAoblft Re
rhth t 8 11 aiijHhUnu Hit'ai.v TaIvtithI liitilr, fir Jiinn
UiOiiiiK Kirii 1 xlde inJ xirUHini tjtti witho i
pn Tbcoi-ly mode ibml llit- Ou cn d proper. ud
Dll O. is. MUNH,
-ni27-l't 24o. 731 HPUUCK KKKT.
"U. J. DAVIDSON'S CHIHOPODIST AND
X 9 U.itiiiiijf Kiiffti luhiumit, yJHrt. H SCiiNI) fttrirut,
(iitrnr ftl.j on lsv..i. fctrent.) Ir. I iV I IMON .jitiTu
hik bi-rvicet, t Ladiai tuxl OemU-miMi ai a (Jhlrnp d it f
t'lteruiiicv, Hiia piom n'i immeii i ri r a- t'xirnctu of
nil and hard urua upoatur ut Sails writ Inst In 'ho tllt,
and nirJR-Hi atiancaiii ol a welled aad I rutted fr'vet, iu aad
out t ti'B lekiitcnott
At hU tbiifhiiiiit, Nn. 'm Hr.ONhrttrt. t ar. bo
ftiind Hot anutoUl Hatha. iHslrthow? and 1 Kmc lie lUtlu,
ami hu'jihur aid vaiur i-ati-s
Il k Huiphui and Vapor H-itm ate worthy the espoc'al
a-lentioB of tavallda, to wttmu lie gl hi puraoual attuu
troa auj4 tf
19 Ihia rer popular. c , and wl. known place of
we c-ro viattanon at me m. r, cointr or Hl.xril and
Ml SOU Hir'tf. U oinir a Diot thriving umlntai, uuder
lha auaplci and laiutiiialt! upervi4op of
The Admiral tparra QHltner time, uone. nor atlootloa
to tit 'l I J bit patroua wUlilhacliolceat WiBeii and Ll'iuora,
and tuperltir Hbolrh and Old Hiuok Alt oo OaukIH, mluch
cani.ot taiualltd In Phllaileliihia.
l vtr d an who lovea hia rountrjr and U fond of a
tw d tfrtna.klNe u o adoiiral a ta.i au MVlta
1 LOUUIMIKNO UOlKLji. AaMON'UST I HK
pub! c tiMUkt-a In and around I'tnU- fipna. in re tre
D'-n it. hi i pa the 'f "tiNilNK ' in Nf.vK-4 II
Hirie'. alovi- t'tlK -MJl'; fr. Ihti old and we. I lqkwu
"r-OI Oil ' Hotel ai tre ornrr o NICK )N line
MLd TliW SHhll' 1.1 N K H ad. air. f.KiiK .K w . Kim. I.
1 It pm -tr 4 1 fwnh. whid i Hid ei aatiiUtiin. nurantaie
lor li eir rmiri htivrrao. tiivit. n-a m ftluic eat
nbjf i ud blh me wi.l Um ton no ai t-aun .tlace, aiMl.ooiwIth
kianul. ii i In-1 1 me art- out o'j'il it, tl.a -eiiitai w 1 1 gu re
.ow. A rplcuciU lauuch uvury du), Hum U to li u'cluca.
au (t Int
llOOrKR'S AlaK VAULTS, S. K. COUNKR
1 1 IHIrelf and CHKiHSI'T HircHU.
UN IHK liUTKIi HlAlkt l KLKtilt vt'H OFITlCK.
I'KMHIaN N M.I h AND.
1'b E COOIJCnT AND HFaHl aIJCS IS THK CITT.
LLI HUsaNIHKS, W (ilSM, WIlMKIKH.
UIIHIINU AM) CaTaw'HA M'lSttl
AM HtUMUkH, y Nt.I.lfttl.iHi.SJI,
BCO' H. AM) AklHICAN AXU
AN1 ItHOWM HTOUT.
This reh'hraiMi old maud iiavlng txen renovated aad
thorouk lily rtntted, wlih one a ihe fluect atocki of Al
and choice 1ijuon. Iu the city, tha pruuiiewr Invitee Ut
r"" 'v v uuu m wuautiit m i oi tneir ap-
t iOLD'8 1MPHOVKD 81 RAM AND WATK&-
VJI H ATIN1I ArrAHATUA.
f ur Warnm and Ventiiauiui fubita BuudUi and Prt
Manufactured bj tba
CHIOM B1AVAM AN I WATKR HF.ATINO COMPAJT1
01 rillLA-Ua.1.) HIA.
JAMK1S r. WOOD,
Ko. 41 H rolIKTII Mtreat.
ObJO-Saa II. nXTWCUuSuparloUDdaiU.
Omoars xA soldiers vtilUnf ths eltjoa fttrlonthj, naadl
AU lTITaO TO THS BXTKKSira
OSOltaES W. HfMONH A UllO,
6ANH0M 81BEKT HALL,
BANHOat Suae I, aoora Sunk.
atada to order at lha short stnotloa, whlah rbr rtchoaatAad
ataxaldoaas aauaiuw eompatlOoa, ao atlier boaaa la tea
aoaaarr aomUma tha atAMirACTUlUNa JIWXLU
Willi TUaj fltACTiCAIi WtWA ItAUll. pkl
BOVKR'B NEWCtlKBHUT 8T.T1IRATKK.
(.uovkr b vr.w fHKNt'T srvrrT Tnr,Titp..
OKOVHa a hi n.n, Manarws.
HrKClAI. AN Ni.UNf'KMKrrT.
THE FIII8T tltANH
KAMII.V M Tt VKK,
On RATI Hl AT AKiKllMJUN ru pteinlier I.
On title oeeanloii the perfnr sm e of
TIIK WOMiKKKt'L LAMP.
TIIK HT'KCTA( I K KNTIUB.
Tha MsnaKera announce, b ieiuet of man resi
1 Bank Kiltn.
WI ST rillt.AOKI.I'IlIA,
hfamm or rAMii.tra
In Hie rilv tl.et he . ill -e.i.n-e ll.e ienlar
IAMII.V sITKJMaill f TKKIAINMI'.NT,
Tie s-nie eare will be t.rstowi d upon th enlertein.
nent al'iib has fM.Rs.l.n'l si line h r iiiiiieiulstl'.n
fr m die piei,i and -ullir In the pf iforinaiicea hitherto
I'O-.rs open at 1 o'clock. Pfftrninees at J1-,'.
loallpsrtsof Ihe housr, inrlmlltif Hreis Circle and Or.
el esiin ;ll nnis.
I hl'ilren. !!, irnts. si-1 lit
IIiS. JOHN DUEW'8 NEW AUCH KT.
Mi.ni.sir W.S KKKI'KKICKS.
llukll.ess Ahfn' ei.it 'I ree.iiM r I Ml.'lll'Hf.
I'lKMNH MlillT OK THK KKANON.
Mills JIHIN IBKW ss'I.M.T TKAZI.K."
New lirop Ci.iteln, r-e hcenery, Mew itH-oratloas,
i:eri eunhS. sr.
Oil) KAVOMIEn AMI NKW FAfESI
On hATt K AY I.Vl'MMI, HepinlM-r S. l4,
Ti e perlnrmeiice will eiii.bi'ne with
KA-MONAI. Alms II V THE OliCHbalKA,
lMirlii! wlih I the
NF.W AC- HFOP
111 I e ,l,il ii.d. i,. toi.owid br SherlJan s brlllla il
i nr. ni-iiiitiL, roit nuamial.
IAIiV 1I AZI.K Mrs JuliN MtKW
siis Ciindi r Mrs. I i.aji-r
Iller ltii.t aiuienrHt ee for tlva tear I
Maria Miss K I'rlra
l.nily Hueeiorll Miss M.iri
Mrf'elir learle Mr (Irl lllhs
STlillver Hinleee Mr. Wailn
I'herlr. Hi.rtete .... Mr. Jarue. Ca.dea
( I rem U.e lindon anil iMililm D enttee. liia .oi aeeear-
ance in this el. v.)
.et-h Rn-fare Mr. Waller Onnald.on
Orem Mhloi. Hew York. Ills lirsi api airauea in this
Mr.rrahlrt Mr Stuart Kohson
nr. iieiijannn issrkone tr. M.iN-a
Meses Mr. frank r inn
(I torn the llosti n 1 heutras His first appearauc in this
i n. I
Tarelees Mr. Hebcr l (Tslir
iinke Mr. Ja . eii i m or
Trip Mr. Illlbar.l
Hlrluhj Hum per Mr K.Mtrl.rC
(li e. urni appe ranee in thli cltj
JoaeKh'a flran Mr. Murrar
(ilia nrai apirManc Id this eitr.i
Lady Hnerwei h H.t.mi Mr. Worth
ru-ji riioiiti iiom (! "lone," by lb Orchettra.
To conclude witn the Lnm haoit: Karce of
TnK ItuC'ili 1MAMONH.
MfirK- rr MlaaC JefTertioa
( uer Orel aop arum in tata T'iro 1
Lad) Pinto M i O. ll.Urimtit
(Her lirit anie:irMiiee In ti la c.ti 1
Htr Wllham KveijiTeen Mr. Ta.tor
Lora ria n ir Wa in
t'itain Hliiitio m Mr Crfg
t on mii j o ...,,,.riuait HoOaoa
lfovra ojm'u at 7. nriain rl -e at T.
HCaLK or' Pit I UK.
Irrisaa rirrle and 1'arijum A) centa
H enured Hraia j:t
i i Matla t
rrlvate Hoi.-n p; and )Vt
Mt x tsbolilura' lioki ta dollvered on and alter I hnmd tv.
lie iiiik untre win ne oiwn ror tne haie or Tl-koisand
Kc-ervid Maatf .it. lo A. M. on Thnraday, fieiitfaitifr 1,
Ihe Lcaaiu hm nffftt Du-aatue in lnloriutiu I tie nubile
tl'H' r-ht liaa pi'iti-cti (1 en iiftrmenla wiih
HTA1.M UK TUE HUM' oUIKK Or URAMATIO EX-
I K X- Nt:iB.
who will appear In the rouree ol the tine ion. al-;H
The great ronaaMu, muaical, pautomlmtc, tpectacoia
Al.AFtKlN, OK THK WOKUKKKHL LAMP
THE1.1V1M. KOI'NTIM OK COItOltKH WAI'KR,
AH bm New ami Alaturi em 'cenery. Kiec uit Proper
tleH.WondertuI Kreca, duu.b ('n.iumea. Httirtiliu Trana
lorpiatioiia. tiraud Clmruara, ueautllaj Mualo, Uanco,
pmiiU Ac, Ac.
FamlU Math ee, rlatnrda Afternoon, at 3 o'clock. Per-foriiiam-e
An tu i ri Ion .0i.fnta; Cliltdivn iWccnti. ael-3t
CONCKRI HALL COMMENCING M0
1AY LVCNIS'o, nKn.-tn
OAK W tKK ONLY.
The original and only
And the wirld-Unioni I'oupr Arfat,
UKOHOB CI1KIHI Y.
J.W. KAYV0K M najrerand Pmoiintor.
Klrat appi-a ance In thla citv inc it.etr return from
Ktinpe a'lcr an niiencp tif iivmb year All Hie sfreat
iiraa.ai zaa. HtirliNtiea. aq , whicli have made Uia
name oi l hrtt Mitikbela
AH V MM.I K At HOUHKHOI.H VV0lt!ll,
will he pitMlm cd duiinK their "J mrn lit.' e.
'JhtitH uie a tl ihf CHUIM. MIN81'lfil.8irupertnr
to ant AHnetrel erj;niaailitii In ril-tcace, whlo i ena'ila
th' rn to pri.(tent lo a fupero maiinvr Uie huaiora aad oddl
flOHTHKRN PLANTATION I.IPK,
In all Mr hn ad. nur.Mtnl. and ort.lna phnnea.
I'nrtk-uNra In amail bHIa. Asdiut iout iti centi.
(m-lif-tia Heata in fr.ni,Ji-ctiiiia
aii?e-10t JOHN f. rtMITII. Buatuoea A'Ut.
L' A- L LADNER'S MILITARY II ALL,
I . No. Ml W. THIIth Hlieet.
Pnitvtanr IS Or.l K K. the well known Mneitto, If en
raM-d at ihia Miular pi new ot renort aa the Direct roi a
jh. we fin Oreh(!tira, and every eveinnK ehl.?e ti eottoni
or tare mime ar uItoii to the audience aratultuil.
ATHKIUNO t'K THK CLANS.
VI HCOTTISIl HA.MKH.
The HIXTII AMNIUls liAMKn or Ihe OA I.K.IX S K X
CLCIl. of Phlladeiuhia. wllltii-L-uIeOrated at wMstiNt
T N ar THK A I , on -UOM Y. Muptomo-r tha -Mh, l.i.
( araleitve 'I lur et-nili and i ailowhul atresia, at M1-,, lo,
liV, l.'iS ami 4 u clock
K u klii 1 i-kt, rente.
'Ilikita ran be had ttoin Octree MoOlument, No. KM
CheNfiui aiieet; Join Hmlli, No 't M.rkrit a raot;
4. live Uadnar, 8. hlfilitb arrfet. helow r'amrunk rod ;
W iliinm Can.aroit, Hr , No.KJHX. Kl'ith aireet; Daaiol
Mt-liitwo. Jouoa alev,tor -ocond alri; Jaiueat.ra
I uiu, LouitiMiil atrurti, Im'I.iwUui utli; Htoittl H.Mro-wtt,
I ousbaiu aire t. In low H a-tuinth; N tillin dnodrf raaa,
KIum a nut- end Willow areui ; IV 11. ,1 iiuaon, H, Hi
pHitsiyui k iud Jatoea Nfim ti, llnrna' Oottasro Nutli and
Minor mil ; J hn Utile. No H. econd atrtdut;
t l.uf Wliir-in Itobh, No. tirjo K 'lwi.rth atr et: (nd
CMciiain. Willi in Amlth. Nn 1 -V.lt S. HN.oud atrnoi;
ltobait IInriUn, vv'atsr atrmt. frniaruwn; -inthotij
H.iIk. MUl am-et, Oeriiiantowit, i r fpun any of the w-tux
to a ol the Lluh o' (.'onuiiltti e.
Olivia rrti'lvnt for the liar up tn Til ndtv, Aininat -IA.
Hti k celihrav-d Hra-aand 'irlnc Hand haa ietn en-
yHij-ed Tor Hi-a cloii The meinhura will infwt Iq tha
hili Room on Monday, M p emiiard, at i S o'chkek 11
order m theOlef HUCAM WKI' HIT, flecre ary.
William MMini.Treasiirer. anr 7t
KENSINGTON HALL. THIS POPULAR
p. ace ot baotertalnnicn', Noa 104 and 1'Mt.O fR 4f
Timi avrnueaiid 1UI N rtK.tlO l Airet eaahiilied
ijfa-a asfi by Mr. John l.ipal. b ua ealartftid and
nn o atd. aitd no poaai-aaa. at r act, oca uoeOtlird b
any other etanjo-hrnrni of ini kind In the ntv
A la t and effluivnt Orchea ra. under the dire jtloa ttt
Trot. V lAe. in oot-n env a .ed, and a choice pri,raaima
ofV.alanJ ite r me ta Muoio wi.l b pfot.culeaeb
eveniii(, (reo f nrmuti tn ihe andia t a The ( metrt
huoui ta laitye. airy, and aoininotliouw, tho rvf ut'ata
iifwrtor, and Uie at I em I mta pohtf a d aooominodKtintf.
auaM lui llr.NUT HOUNUNO, Prurletur.
j;rek conckkt saloon.
Ibe HuhxertlKT hna opened lha lurye and commodioni
rUl.OON, with ateiHe
HL MMtCU UARHKK,
N fc. t UKNEROK KltAVKI IS MTKBKT AVD OIRARD
aad hea engaged a full Otrhentre, un 'ttr tn leaderahlpof
PrtOKKShOlt A HKttrKL,
who wlU niMhtljr prfoiui a coulee p.owratuiua of National
attu other aha
Ai a plea fart plare to pan an erenln free of rhartfe,
thep'oarie r U detornilise i huj catabUaUiuent aliaU ao
an-.'. Hn C'llltldriAN KKNT9CKLKR
TO ALL HliOM IT MIT (OXCKKXI
DN1TID AMEBIC AN MECHANICS'
TO ATLANTIC CITY!
Aa thero are a large number of Ticket, for the Excursion
lfl en on ibe lmh In l. wnioh were not uaed, tlie boMura
tiiereuf beiru; unable b uae them on account of the lerxe
nuiubet of Kxcuraloniata hibk down on Tnuraday, tae
lhin, and weia deurred ttoui volnf on U.e 13th, by reatn
of a reported act Idi uttiue t'ouiuiltiee ef Arrtuiinuvuta
have therefore aei ured tbe road (or
Fill DAY, KKPlKVnJI.H
And all pereoua holding Tic eta aro Informal tha the
atd TP keia are tiK-d ror that date or the , i an h we thetn
exct ai ftiM b calMtiK ou the hecrtary on I hundav, r il
Uay, and HaturUay, Ub h. Jta. and K7iti luat,, otwren the
houra of 10 and I, and i and it o clock, and on Tiurday
ai d Kr day aeuiiiKa, frotu n to 111 o'clock. TheTh kata lor
Ht pteinher 'J are limited to the nntuber the cent will neat,
aa the Oninilitee wiahea to render entire atl.rartinii.
Tie LlltKHi r t OKNfe,T AND BIK1KU UAVH WlU
at c uipuiiy the Kx u aion.
('(iDimltiea. Theodore He Young, Robert McCoy, Chrla.
RhiriT, Theo. Heck, JohnHlph r. Win Wilkev, Chirle
Maker, Oeo. W. Jenklna. WM. M. WKCKKKI.Y, Heo ,
Ottkce. N K. cor. f Ot KTH uud t.KOUUIC ata.
TICKETS H 'i.'i, Cblklreu under u ieara of aife, t reuta
N li Lat Uoat Icavua Ylu Hireot Vharl a- 6 o rloc
A. M. aui6 rmwth"tt
ftf& NEW OBLEAUS, LA.,
VIA SKW YOKK.
The Ocean Steam Karigation Companj'i
BPLKNDI0 JJEW BTEAUIllir
Ot'.Ht tent burden). CHAHI.K1 p. MaHBIIMAN. oom
tiianiler, Is Dow leclvinn Ireight. and will sail as abuv. uo
MOellAY, Heplembvr 4, at A. M.
No irelsht lecelt ed. or bills of tedium slguud oa Ihi da
Kvt Ireliilit or passage appl to
A. IIKUOrsT, Jll. & CO.,
ii-tf y. ne y, DtLAWAnu avaUiuK.
ACKKY'H AITCTION ROOMS, No.
A UCTION SALK AT IIROOKLYlf NAVY
mdir r4 Vt-nt Admiral Hiram VanMInf, U. R W ,
Cnmrurnfant o the w t.rk tf Yard, I ahall offer I of
alf . at I'uhMc Aur low, at nU atti,
ON TIlHKMiiAY, rt.tmiHT lih.at Uoclo'k M.
IV- harrnla Hnlt TuriH-nMni.
lo.cm itt oi f aivaa f 'hlpplnfra
A oi f-l rVrnp leather.
1 xmall t nicnt
4 1 ffltht ff.l-ern
A M ( Hfiftp I'ttrni I,innl-rf ,
A In o Han oai Chid' rt.
1 it oi ir n It ata.
B crai (?..id' ni m1 WfKid toa(a.
Twit it) per rem nf the pnnln mntKf mint le di-po-ltr
a' tl r lm c o -file ami ten 'n a iiii b-f allowed tn
r tno' e the nu ll, fr-m th- Val, ana P n t to rfinovt,
thr det nlt wll-lw fs .rit I vt lolhaU vernrn-nt.
AM t nt nu t b" tniitlr Iti i ti e -iimi, n- i nrrnrf , and
Iwdrfr Uie ii'-O"!" ai ipmoveil tr ml f Yard
1 D T M 4RI1 AT.!.,
U m. HaTj Htortsfcf'iv.T.
Navy Yard.Ktw York, Annua , Isftl. au 61
lHIENnS' APADKMY FOR VOYH, XIV. KV.
I r.1 No 41 N K.I.I VPNTII Hlrwl, ri"I""e on the r,-h
Inst fl.' per tt-rm of 'J weeks. All denomliia-lons ai.
miiud. sel tin'
rDHADrLFIIIA. MILITARY SCHOOL
1 01 KTLAD 8AIM)KRS' LSTITl'TKf
Thirtj-Dlnth and Market Stref-ta,
!'KOrK.tHOK F.. D. HAlIKrP.Hfl.D. I.
gT. JOSEPfl'S OOLIaEOE
AND SKLKCT SCHOOL,
Wl Mi I NO 'S A Ij I j MY,
ATTACHFD TO 0T, JdRKPU 8 Cin7RCO.
The Cburtfnth annual -eaal n of theae Inatltej tljni will
bffc-a nn MiiNhAV , Srptemier .V,
AppMraU-na for antnl-al-n tn iw made at the Crtiofe
between (he oouri ol 8 and 1. A U. aui-f tu ha-f
H.ain m-i'llll He''inler 6, t Ihe b illilluf
ri'cntlv pnrrha.d, B. W. oorner l'lL.kftr llireetans
lir.etirs Ji.sroh llA-rlson. Tteilwnod F. Warner, Wl.
'.lanij Hnriliraun, t'tisrl.s llllilvilis K.HK. Price Jamea
I.. I'uiRburn, Jaim-s'll Orna I limn U loknoll l II. m
Seller., f. T Morris, 1 syio K llrown, ll.oiite TTMiner.
T. W. HKMO-tUOl, 1'rlni-l.al
Tf lasrraphlnx Tanfht. aun-Si
J. MEIEK & imOTIIF.R,
Have rcuooTrrt Iram Ko. li'll X. eieeond street to the 8. E
corner of 8CCOKD and AKCII rlireets, where they I ava
nnhanda (nod stock of C'1.0 rll. UMHI VIBHR't, and
A Iro, a splendid aasortmcntof ready-nuiite Ci O rill Nil.
NITED tSTATKS INTEHXAL REVENUE.
Klrat fv.11 ellon District of Pennsylvania. eornprialnKtha
Hecotid,1hlrd, Kourth, Klfth, Hlith, and tKleventb Warda
of the City of Philadelphia.
The Arnal Aaaeaanieiit for l"t4 , for the abore-named
DlMtilct, of pertona llablo to a tat on Carriages I'leaaure
Yarl ti. IHIllard Tah'ea, and (lold and SllrT Plat", and
alao of peranni reijulrf d tn take out I.lcenaeg, having been
KOTICK 18 HKKKflY UIVKK,
That the Taxes aforv-aid will be received t ally hy ihe
tindetaiftned. between the hours of 9 A. M. and RP.H,
(Muiatlaya excepted,) a the Oflle, No. MH CHK-N!T
8tresH,neoonil tlivor. on and after TlllrHSltAY, Hop tern lr
l.and until and Including 8ATLKOAT, Hepteiiibur 2t,
AU perhons who fall.to pay tLelr Annual Taxeanpon car
riages, ph-awrr yachts, billiard tables, gold and silver plate,
on or before the 24th day of September, IWt4, will Incur a
penalty often per cent tim additional of the amount thereof,
and be liable to coats, as provided for In the 19th Bec l .Q
of the Excise 1 iwi of July 1, Imt.
All perfcont who In like manner shall fall to take out
their llcenfes, aa regulated by law, on or he five tho 'Jlth
davot BnU niber, l:t, will Incur a penalty of ten per
centum additional of ti e amount thereof, and ba subject
to a prosecution for three times the amont.t of aald tax. In
aocordunie wlih the provisions of Uie Vtb section of the
law a ore h aid.
AH payments are required it be made In Treasury Notes,
nnder autln rliy of tue I'nltcd States, or la notes of Masks
organized under the act to provide a National Currency,
known as National Itanki.
NO K I' ltl 1 IKK NOTIf'E WILL IE UIVKtf.
JKbrEK HARIHN !,
spMU Mj. SIM H treat.
18 8 1
mOPOSALS FOR LOAN.
Tm.AM rt Dki-ahtmint, AuirasttO, 11.
alealod offers will be received si Hill Department, under
the art of March 3, 1BU3, until noon of
FRIDAY, THE Pth OF SEPTEMBER, 18C4,
furbouds of tbe United Stales, to the amount of about
TIJIKTY-ONK AM A II ALF Mfl.LIOS U0LI.AKH,
being Ihe amount of unaccepted oiTers undisposed of undor
the notice of Propoats for Loan, dated Hth June last. Tha
bonds will bear an annual Interest of per centum, paja
bit ml annually In cola, on th. orst days of July aud
January of each year, and redeemable aftor th. :10th of
Eaoh offer mast be for ilflyor on. hundred dollars, or
aotne mulilpla of one hundred dollars, and must data
th. sum, Incluc'liiji premium, otfered fbr each hundred
dollars In bonds, or for ml, whan ta. offer Is for no
a ore Uian flfiy. Tw o per cent, nf the principal, exclud
ing premium, al' tlie whole amount offered must b.
deKeltcd, as guarantee lor (.ayiuent of suhscrlptlon if
accepted, wlih th. Treasurer of the Cnllel 8tat.s at
Waatlngton, or with Uie AssUtant Treasure at Mew
Tork, boston, Phi adelphla, or 81. LasUa; or wlc
the Deslgnaud lei-poiltary at Italtlmnre, Pittsburg,
Ctneumatl, LoulsvU!e, rhtrayo, Detroit, or Buffaloi
or with any National ilauklnn Association au hrr'aed
to racelre deposits which may consent to transact
the buUness without charge. D jpllcat cenldeite.
wlU b. Uaaed to depoltors by tho officer or assoola
tton reei tvlug Ihem, th. originals of wblcn must b. for
warded wlm tlx offers l its Hepartmunt. AU daiiialia
should a. made In time nxadvh-a of offers with eertlriuatoa
to reach Washington not latei than the morning of Baa.
tember Ma. h'o offer not aceoupanled by Ita proper
oeruncata ol deposit will be considered.
The Coupon aud Kcgur.ervd Itonds fs.oed wlU be ol the
denomluallona of t M, t M. .vo, and 110 0. Reiiistered
llondsoft.'ivOOaiidtiaiVwtlUUobe Issued If required.
ALL OFFERS RECEIVED WILL BE
OPENED ON FRIDAY, THE 9TII
The awards will be made hy the Secretary to the highest
offerers, and notice of acceptance or declination wUl b.
Immediately given to thu respective offerers ; and. In case of
acceptance, bonds of the description, and denomination,
pretemd wlU b. Met to the sub.crlh.rs at th. cost of th.
Ijt'partment, on rlual payment of Instalments. Theorlglnal
deposit of ta o per cent, will be reckoned In the lust Instal
ment paid by successful offerers, aud will b. Immediately
returned lo those whose offer, may nut bi) accepted.
The amount of accepted offers must b. deposited with
Uie Treasurer or other officer or association authorised to
net under this nolle, on advlo. of acceptance of offer, or
as Sillowi i Oue-thfrd on or before th. lllh ; on. -third on
or belor. th. 19th ; and th.balanc, Including th. premium
and original two per cent, deposit, an or before th, Mth of
September, la ter est on bond, wlU begin with tha data of
deposit. Parties preferring may pay Ue Accrued Interest
from date of bond, July 1, to date of deposit In coin.
Offer, under this notice should be endorsed "Offer for
Loan," and addressed to the Secretary of the Treasury.
I lis right te decline all offer, not oonildered advantageoa.
II reserved to th. Oorornmaut. i
W. P. FESSKNDEN,
BKCHKTAHY OY TUB TWCABlBV.
Toe Bonds of thU Loan are ready for Immediate de-
Ji5J DRAFT NOTICE TEMTU Vff
An Adjourned Meetlna of the Lnrolled and .thai
reus ol Uie ll'.NTil WAHD wUl be held
THIS (Till BMliAT) l'VKNIHO, AT I O'CtO
ItAHKM F.HT or TIIK CI1CRCH,
N. W. OOKM'.Il CF 1IKOAI) AND ABCH
ror the pn pose of rslslng A sum sutTlctent to pr
Volunteers to Oil tha whole Ijnota of the Ward.
Notlie le slv. n to all Knrnll-.l Men In this VTarl I
a sufficient fund ! not then raised to nil the whole
the fund subscribed' will 1. applied to th, relief
contributors to tha fund who mar be drafted to t)
elusion of Ihoae who have neglected to contribute.
W" arpralto the Weill - nnd psflntlc rltiaenj i
Ward lo come f. rwanl and h"ln In theanod worg.
Hy onler of the Pseeiitlve Comrolttee.
J. 11. TOWN-SEND, CiiAinsfA
SUBSTITUTES AND E STROLLED
Ar. InrViimed that th. tlrm ef '
.T O H i: 1 II Ac c o.
rjavr taken tbe Koerua
No. 422 WALNUT STREET,
Lately occupied by th,
Where Uiey will be pleased to ftirnnh AL'F.iCI, TH
HNX, or roNTB AHAM4. as Hulistliiitee (or
HOI.1.P.D CITI.KNfl, and wUl pay to Bulistitate
11 1IEA1KJUARTERS t
rOK Ill.rTKI Hits, rTTte.TITUTEH, AKT
M rrar)ei nr enrolled men will be rurnlshel with
slltuies at short notice.
Voluntema anl Kulistltulro srlll ba paid the hi
botirtie. In rah as anon a. mtisteted.
All parties wlU be honorably dealt with al this ftle
vs. u. Il AT r, n . i
Ke. IIS 8. BKVKKTH Street, Second rioiH
Agents will be lOerany raid. a,M0
t.-0 JtOI.'.Mlt THK rUlAfl'
n FfM OW-rtTlTKSH OF THR TKVTH W.
W AKOl 8K! II you would Qpcnpt. the lra t ytu
te uu and dolny! No time ohould ba lo.tt 01 ra tm
DI' U' J twiiu vtw vsm n- 'r "
We want vet over JV) nu n to flit mir finotat
Rxecutlvc CommltUH' lias laid bet re jnu a plan of
In tlielrciicular, b which you may aold the hiirtaei
thedran. hut yon luuit act enrKe'tra'Jv, and at of
Kuril anu must nana in m uocnpuon wiinout neiav
Indiii t hi. rn li htrors to do llkewite. Tw. utv-flrn d
fro it. each enrolled citizen will dmibt'e'S eUer tha
Who will rot Klvc li f O ner wards aoil the oiuntry
trlt ts are vv'tlrifr the Ben br their aneryy and llbenf
toil nerd not watt to be called on, as there Is nott
to canvas. the ward, but come forward w.th trie mf
to 'he tetit)(mcn appointed hi receive it. Tnre is no
way oi eicapf rrnm tiraii.avinern
nienf. ar.d no nntiinnitatlon. Tha fotlo
are authoilred to receive nubicrlptloni
rirat frerinct, J. if - lownsonti, no
Hccond rireinct, Sterling Uonsall,
Thrd PTctnl.ThmnHS L. Potts, No. 1014 Hare it I
Kourth I'recUici, (t-aoriceT. ltarker, at.l .He. Ult i
rifthPreeUiCtgWm. M. Whltaker.Ho.lM N.Thlrtj
Mxih Precinct, A . II. Kranclwus, Jto. IV1! Arch tti
Henih frcirct, i a.eb n. Keency, N. w. corner
an) Hlxirontii s'rt'ftN.
Kitfhlh 1'reclnct, L W. Buftlnalon, M. t.,No.90Ml
Ntntn Prednct. II. A.Llpplioott, N. W.cornerTwea
and Chfr y strceis.
n ad fnrncd meeting: of the cMzen of tha war
lecilv sus-rlpth n and take lunhnrmesnurei to n
tlie Km", will Ue he'd at tha Klritt ttaptlit 1 hurch n
rom'T Plt!Al aud AK H tltreets. on tlMi (Till
HAY) KVKMNU. Hrpiemner 1. at H o'clock.
JOHKPM 8. TOWNSHHD, PrtSld
Iavid Wkatiikki.t, Hecretary.
A. II. KRN'lSM'rw. Treasurer, Vo. 15i9 AHCH fit
or IS o. M.t M AKKKT tstrtet. atai7
109th BEGIMEHT PA. VOLS.,
COL. A. A. LECIILER.
18 15 a 5 IIOTJNT Y,
Men Mustered and Paid Immediately. .II Mi,j
belbr. leaving camp, balance In lrutalmonte.
Pay $16 PeT Month Clothing and
The KeRiment I, encamped at CAMP CADWA
In oofnfortable nnarters.
IXN'T WAIT TO 11 B IB AFTED, bnt Hn UU
ment, and leave your families wel. provided rbr.
NO DELAY IN TAYINQ TUE BOUNll
anM-tf VETERAN OrTK'EKH. I
HEADQUARTERS, No. 6U CHESNUT l
AVOID THB IlRAKT,
and enlist In a Corps or some standing,
Authorlxed by the (lenoral aud State Oovernneait
MAJdlt J. Vf. MOOKH,
KIKKTV-MNTH rKNIfSYLVAtVIA VOLOKTES
I, rscruitlnj to nil up live Companle, In this city.
THE IIKIIIKST UOUNTIES QlVEot
For One, Two, or Three Years' lien,
'all at once, at
Mo. te CHESNUT Street, below SIXTH,
If you want to Emlst.
MAJOR J. W. MOOUI
la prepared to psy promptly
THE CITY AM WARI BOthtTT
Immediately on Ihe muatertnioranymanto hlstleftu
O. W I1AVIH.
JN'i. W. KVKIt.MAir.
I. n. WINRnilKNMK.It,
1 CAItP.Y I.K.
Al f I). JKSSI'P,
In view of tho call af tha President fbr flva hua
taausatid aeu, we propose to raise a
11 E G I M E N T
00L0HEL HOEATIO 0. SICK
(Lat of tbe rcnnsrlTanin Rtaerrca,)
Has consented to take the eemtnaad.
Allofrlccrs d. siring to taa. part In Uils organization
reiurated to call on
COL HOBATIO 0. BIOKIX,
aut-tf No. lel9 WALLACE STREE
S HEADQUARTERS PROVOST Ml
hal. rirst Dlslrlct. ha., No. SIM S. TlllJtO St
rhlledelplila, Anaust II, 1MI.
To Insure pruuipt replies to all questions on ordll
suloecu ounnL'ciad wlih the tiirolmeul, liralt, ftss
tien. LlaUlliiles to Iivalt, Credits aud Account, of
furnished, t:itiaiia are requested to make apois lloi
tlie t'ruvo.t Marstiul oi the IViiwreesloiial lllslriut for
tnruriuatlon, and not to the Provost Marshal-Ieusss
liy order of the Provost M arshal-Oen ral .
Wtl.I.lAM at LKHwAsT
aul'i-tf Captain aud 1'rovu.t Marsh
u BOUNTY FOR MARINES. WANT
si for the I'nlii d Sutee Marina Coriw, able hodi.d
n lo pertorin tlie duties of a soldier at our Navy Yi
JLand on board fulled States ,hlp,.of-war on foi
Hetter compensation than the oruiy.
IHIlkE blMlUKI) noLl.AltS OOVER1TW
IKH NTV; also, AU, Till LOCAL BUUMUla
Alartuo, reclve Prlaa Money. .... .,
For ad ruriher niieriuaUon iily at the Recm
lleijeejvous g FHOtlT glTMt teioW Spruce Sir.
between the hour. o. ui aocioca. (j (;04wrET
auS. Maior and Kocruluuf omo
M-ETIOIUAL 08D LIYEE: 0
JOHN O. BAKER 4 CO.,
Mo. 71a MARKET STRUCT,
are now reeetrmf their enppUas fresh from the nsheii
The .upertorliy of their 01 L tn every respect, has m
for It a reputation nnd sale beyond any ether (bund 1
To maintain It, they axe determined to supply an ai
that way be anllr.ly railed ou for freshness and purttj
Sec tvsiUuvnlali of l'iVHvrs of Mvdl l CvUifee.
will itm (NtaifiA
w I tiff named pal
MT. a ... 1
.ma area sir j
, fro. m M. K