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frf the him and iMrM of the wrtter not necessarily for
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fwtr to SM sneraase li the Olrcolttton mt Thi
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aertv '"'. w arsn.Jy rwiiiest the, advertisements mar
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lastst aa aasertssa ki all of aar dlttoas.
r SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1864.
, , TIIK AVA.ll NBWH.
Two weeks since we announced the fact-"
then ' prediction that with one hundred
thouMiiid men General G bant could put an
end to th Kebcllloa. Since that time we
Law hd our columns teeming with argu
ment and entreaties to the people, urging
them to awake from their apathetic torpor,
and make one more effort fir the Union, free
dom, lustlee, humanity, and right Our bread
was cast upon the waters, and Is now return
ing, but the return to the country Is not what
It should be. We ask that two thousand meu
should enlist from our city on Monday and
Taesday.. This number can be raised If all
the ward committees go to work In earnest.
Tke following appeal ought to go to the heart
of erery American. It calls aloud for a few
able-bodied men. Fellow-countrymen I the
nation calls you to your duty, and when duty
calls It Is time to put any Satanic Copperhead
behind you, and determine to strike one more
blow for liberty. Authority speaks, with a
God-gWen power from the people, and we will
. be silent : ......
A IV ATI-HAL
"Wahhikotom, September 2. To Majur-Oone-"
Ml Dirt, New York It la ascertained with
" raaaouanle certainty that the navl and other
-craws required hv the act of Coneas will
amoaat to about 20(1 000 tniHi,. v. -vn.k
" which baa not yet been reported to the Di-part-"
"tent, so that the Preeideni's call of July 18 is
" practically reduced to three hundred thousand
" men, to meet and take the place of First, the
mm anl iH V. c 1
ma 7 ,u ""'J , ouvuuu , trio t astt
" allies of Ijattle, stckneaa, prisoner, and deter.
100 ; and. Third, the one hanrlrv.il !
J and all others going out by the expiration of
s.,na iiih iai,
" One hundred thousand new troop", promptly
forwarded, is all that General Gbaht asks for
- ui nituiiiunu, anil to kitb a finisa
. ina blow in tha Retrial nrail l .1... AA,I
X.i-the residue of the call would be adequate for
r srnrrisoBs in forts and cities, and to guard ail
the lines of communication and supply, free
ine country from guerilla, give security to
mn, piumi commerce ana trarel, and esta-
Wish peace, order, and traminiltty in every
IVDWIH III. 3TAWTOH,
" Secretary of War.'
VIOTOBT I ATLANTA I
General Shebmajt has anticipated our
hopes and predictions which we laid before
the public yesterday. Ho has done Just what
we said be would do, only more thoroughly
and sooner than we expected. The total de
struction of General Hood's army Is now In
evitable, and the war in the Southwest is
drawing rapidly to a close. The capture of
Atlanta Is the third decisive victory of the
war. We enumerate them Vlckaburg, Get
tysburg, Atlanta. But one more is needed to
end the war, and bring us an honorable peace,
and that Is Richmond. This Ga.yt will give
Us immediately, if we will send him one hun
dred thousand men. Who would not sooner
have the peace of conquest than the peace of
weakness, of cowardice, of democraey I Let
the people go down to Petersburg, then, In
the majesty of their strength at once, and In
November tbey may return to defeat a viler
enemy at the ballot box. We cannot do bet
ter than Introduce here the official bulletin of
7 ALL OP ATLANTA.
" 'Washikotonw, September 2, 10'45 V. M.
' Major General Dix, New York : Tho follow,
"tag telegram from Mnjor General Slouch,
" dated this day in Atlautt, and jut received,
" cbD&uua the capture of that ci y. .
"'General aHBKMAMhasaken Atlantn.and the
"21h-Corps now occupy the city. The main
' 'army is on the Macon road, near Kiutl'olm. A I
" 'hattie was fought near that place, iu which
" 'General Hhb&man was successful.
" 'The part tr ulan are not known.
" 'ilaaHT W. Sloci m, Major-General,
, . - . 'Commnnding 'JOth Army Corps.'
An enofllcial report autea that, in the li ittle
" (ought near Kaat Toint, by General Sushsin,
with Hood, the Rebel army was cut in two,
with very heavy lose to the enemy, and that
" General Hauiikr was killed,
" Oor lost is not known.
tat vm m aaast. sur mini mnmi
, Cuwia M. 8TAMT01T, Secretary of War."
HT MrTi.KI.t.Afr WAN NO VI I MATED.
in the pristine and better days of the Re
public men were selected for high public sta
tions on account of their acknowledged and
superior fitness for them. Washington, of
Whom It was truly said that he was " first in
" war, first in peace, and first In the hearts of
" his countrymen," was twice made President
Of the United States, at a period when tha
cuntry boasted of a host of patriots and
tn teamen, any one of whom would be to-day
Conaplcnoaa above all contemporaries.
But It was Wabuikgton's universally
rt cognised virtues as a man, and bis abilities
tw a statesman, that won for him the popular
rt gard that secured ior him the diatlugulslied
poaitions be held in the military and civil ser
vice of the nation. He owed nothing to party
jolltlcs. He was not a politician In the
modern sense of the term, and had no political
partisans and prostitutes to magnify him Into
fictitious Importance, and secure for him
official trusts not commanded by his own
proven and recognized deserts. The same
may be said with nearly equal truth of tho
elder Adams, Jefferson, Madison, and
But since then times have changed, and
changed for the worse. Instead of regarding
men as made for offices, we regard offices as
Bade for men. Thus the public service and
ti pullU wel&re have been rendered sub
ordinate u the aggrandisement of individuals
rtles devoted to their Interest.
,T tol or this low code of political
5? T?u " onrse, that disgusting
"Te ' 2? Wonghe spoils
Mi from that date parties have W organ
ized to secure; power for the sake of 1U
emoluments, rather than with a Waw to pl4ce
power In the hands of those men who are Vise
enough to use It Intelligently, and virtuous
enough to employ It Only for the honor and
prosperity of the country.
WU1 any one be persuaded thai the recit
foevojiUoa- mi Chicago acted from purely
paulUlO motjTe la uouiIwtUag CKtoera
C 1 .. 4-im -I '
i ti 1 I t 1..,.
McClrllaw for the Presidency f Is It pro
bable that they selected him from among all
others on account of his pre-eminent qualifi
cations for that high offlcer Canltbesnp
poted, for a moment, that It was his political
opinions with regard to the present deplorable
situation of the country that determined thorn
to make him the loader of the Demo
cracy In the pending Pronldentlal can
vans? Why, the notorious fart la. that
MoCi.em.ai never hold a public civil offlnn
hi his Ule, and never was educator! r.ir ).
duties and responsibilities of any such position.
And yet at a time when, more than ever, tho
experience, and knowledge, and talent of a
great staU-sman are required at the hoad of
the Government, a set of scurvv. aeir-aooklna
demagogues nominate for the National Cliltif
Magistracy a citizen who U totally unversed
even In the rudiments of statesmanship and
civil ; government. It 1 rnnrfifvof aihd11
true antl well-known, that Mt Clki.i.an'k
professed views with regard to the Rebellion
and the war, are not In harmony with those of
a vast majority of tho leaders of tho party
whoee candidate for the Presidency ho has
lie has repeatedly declared that tho war
must be prosecutod, If necessary, until tho
Rebellion Is put down and tho Union restored.
Why, then, should he be selected as the stan-dnrd-bearcr
of the Peace Democracy ? Is it
because tbey expected him to renounce his
avowed principles for tho sake of being ele
vated to the Presidency, or do those who
placed him In nomination Intend to abandon
their own unconditional peace principles for
the sako of office, In cae they shall find that
they cannot make a tool of McClellan for
their treasonable purposes?
We cannot answer these questions. But tho
secret ol the nominations made by the Chicago
Convention lies somewhere between the dis
honesty of the nominees and the dishonesty of
the men who manufactured the ticket. We
are Inclined to sunned that the wish to carry
the election for a party of office-seekers, rather
than to put the right man In the right place,
was tne consideration or Influence that con
trolled the Convention and led to the nomina
tion of McClellak and Pkhdleton.
We are, we think, fully warranted In the
above views by the following. A few days
only before the meeting of the Chicago Con
vention, S ami el Med art, editor of the Co
lembns (Ohio) CritrU, and an Influential leader
of the Buckeye Democracy, said: "It Is woll
" known that General McClki.lan has not
" one spark of pretensions to the Presidency,
" except what he has made out of this war
" under Mr. Lincoln. lie never held a civil
" office In his life. Den nison brought him
" out as a military man. Tet In three years,
"mi mere soldier, he rises to the demands of
" the Presidency to head a party which Is for
" peace a position requiring a statesman of
" enlarged views and a statesman's experience.
" And for what? That a few men who have
" got h Is ear may get foreign missions and home
" positions, at tho expense of the peace of the
M country aad the lives of tholr constituents.
" This Is paying too dear for such whlstles,and
" for one, we protest against It In behalf of our
" bleeding, ruined, and distracted country."
One of the great features of the coming
presidential campaign will be the attempt of
the "Peace-at-any-prlce" party to bolster up
the military reputation of their standard
bearer, so as to make him acceptable to nosts
of War Democrats, If possible. We have
always believed McClellan to have been an
incompetent officer, merely by comparing his
work with that of his successors. The follow
ing letter will set at rest all controversy on
the subject, because of the weight of evidence
and ihe impracticability of denial. Excuses
for such conduct should not be listened to by
any American. We have always been taught
that a United States officer never knows when
he la whipped, and never surrenders until he
is bound hand and foot by his foe, and unable
to fight any more. Ilere Is a piece of the
military history of the calumniator of Mont
Washington, September 2.
To the Editor of The Evening Telegraph:
Sin : I am iu formed that General Georee B.
McClellan bas resigned his commission as Major
General in the Regular Army, and I am, there
fore, at liltertv to inakH nnhlln lha tmUnwxno
statement touching his character as an ollloer:
In the rummer or 182 I wm near the head
quarters of the Gnneral-in-chtef. lie was sitting
n a camp-stool in front of his mwwM.and. with
his heed in his hands, he remarked : "Lee is a
great man a great General a very great Gene
ral !" Ills tone was most despondent, and wa I
snsed by the news of Jnckion s raid no the '
Shenandoah valley. A similar movement in
hise later days does not seem to make General
Uuer. during the same summer, I was at liar-
neorthe atdeHtand niot ditiugtiished Judges
New York Krate ever produced, who, I believe,
whi an eye-witness or most ot wnat be relate 1.
While our Hi-my was mowing down the Kebels
at Malvern Hill, a they came up to our guns four
lines deep, General McCIclJan went on b jaid of
the iron-clad iialva with a prnpoml in hiepomre'
tion to mtrrmdrr t Aa A rmy of the I'tttnmar to Oin
ral le. Com. Koners rtinionstrated with him,
and In dued to it allowed to pans up the river and
take a position to defend the army unlit the will
of the Prexiilent could be obtained.
Alter ronch entreatv General McClellan sent a
courier to Foitrr Monroe, and telegraphed bis
Intention to Wahiiistou in cipher, which he siid
-eemed absolutely necrasary in a military senso.
The President atikweird promptly that the army
mnnt not be surrendered in anv event death and
ncsmicrton were oetier, ann sent tuts answer nv
(ieneral Hulleclc to Hnisou's Landing. TUo j
eouel is known
Is'ow, sir, I challenge, a denial of this matter,
and it ranriot be made in a sa'Ufaetory way. The
tacts will descend to poteri y to prove General
McClellan to have been a weak and iuuotupetent
Ameiican General, and to be incnmirtU, and
yet a.un e the rank of a General, lias been set
t'liwn by the highest military authority as equal,
if i ot wore, than treason per s.
I am, air, wiih great reipcct, your obedient
eiant, A ViKoi.NiAM,
A PKOPIIFCT KRV HICHyfOXIs.
In another column we publish an editorial
from the Richmond Examiner of last Wednes
day (sent by our energetic correspondent at
the frcuit ),wMch deserves the earnest attention
It will doubtless receive from every reader of
The Examiner, Jeff. Davis home organ,
makes the sensible prediction "If Atlanta
"webb to fall, or Petersburg, or If
" Sheridun should drive ' Early back to
" Lynchburg, or If any one of these events
" should, befall, rutu all tue peacsj
" FBUfCIFLKS AND FKACB PBEbIIENTS Of
" CUICAOO WOTJLD BB AT TUB ELKCTIOS
" NEXT NOTEsfBKB WIIErtS LAST TCAB'S
" SNOW IB, AND LAST KIOBT'S MOONSUINK.
u TVAB, FOB ANOTHEB rBESIDEJTTIAL TKBM,
" WOULD BWEBP AWAT BYalBY VK9TI0B OF
By one of thoee startling coincidences that
have so often Utile n upon us during the war,
the very first event in the direful chain that Is
to letter the Chicago nominee and drag hlro
to perdition, bas occurred. In the brief space
between the printing of the prophecy and Its
receipt In our editorial rooms, almost damp
from tU press, the glorious news has flashed
across the wlrea.and Ut up with a new flam o .
TTJEJPAILY EVENING TELEGRAPII. PHILADELPHIA,
devotion every loyal heart and home
"Atlanta bas fallen."
There is something deeper than amusing
speculation In the ficamfner's editorial. What
ever may be said of Southern leadeis, no one
can question their forecast and sagacity In
political concerns. These enabled them, until
their mad revolt, to govern the nation, and
these lay at the root of the challenge, "nave
they not governed It well?" They did govern
well In the Infernal Interest of slavery, and Its
mean, cringing mercenaries, the Northern
Democrats, who licked tho hand that struck
them in one hour, provided It flung them the
spoils In the next,
It Is now placed on record by ono of the
ablest of the Southern watchers of tlm game,
that there Is no hope'for the Chicago candi
date; and we commend this prophetic opinion
to that great political party which has always
derived Its Inspirations from, and obeyed the
monitions of, the whlppcrs-!n,now tremblingly
crouching In tho last ditch of Richmond.
Wiikn will tun Draft task I'lack Thorc
seems to tj a great diversity of opinion among
nowiipaper men and others a to the preciso day
upon which the draft will take place as spcclded In
the Inst proclamation of the President. In the first
cliuise of the preamble of tho l'rotident's Procla
mation, it will be perceived that the law ia qttotod
as directing that, unless the quota is illed within
" fifty days alter sni h call,'' then the President
buuu uruera uran, AC.
V e have before us a copy (just from tho press)
of "Ihe Statutes at Largo" for l8'H3 r,t,"carefully
enlisted with the originals at Washington," and
publii-hcd "by authority," by Little, brown A
Co., of Hoalon. In this copy the only otllcial
copy ol the laws thnt has been printed we find
In the act of July 4, WH, Section 2, page 379, the
mat in cae the onota, or any part thMW.of any
. , . . , . ...... nit, r eir:unn tlLa-
trlrt .f any comity not o iilllnrta,, ahall not he Hllad
villus the snare of lirty ,lniM arisr audi call, than tha
' '" mi "hall lmme.litl rder a draft fnr one year, to
.... ...,.......,. m, . iU,.lwl wnicu may uaunnilea.
Tho laugnage here is exnllelt. fiirt.i Ana In.
tcrval must bo allowed between the call and the
draft. No draft, therefore, can legally be made
Winn uiiu nuiiy uiifi biwt me istn or July.
Kven bad filly days been the legal period, the
draft could not tako place immediately after the
rah of September, because thut day ia only forty-
nine days from the date of the call. The 8:h of
cepieinucr is me nrtietn day, and the draft.
...en ii.iv, wuuiu noi oe one Dctore tho 7th.
This, however, is a small la MRU II rnmnnrvil with
the other; lor according the lawr, thn draft cau
not now he made before the 17th of September.
Br that date our city will be out of the draft
rniwcituiy n wo can juage irora toe great success
attending the exertions of the various wards to
fill thir qnotaa. Asilstant Provost Marshal
General Dodge, of this State, has received an
oroVr instructing him that volunteers will be re
ceived and credited on the quota of tho present
call opto tho last practical moment before tho
dmftjd men are accepted and sent to rendezvous
The meaning of this order is plain. Itailuws the
different districts to go on recruiting, even though
the draft may hare commenced, and for every
man raised credit will be allowed on thofr quotas.
Thus, eyen though a district may be behind its
quota and have to draft to fill the deficiency, it
will be allowed to put In volunteers until the
parties drafted are accepted, and as several days
muHt elnpse before the parties drawn are ac
cepted, there will be nmple time for those dis
tricts In arrears to supply the number of men
they may be short, and thus relieve thoee who
may have been drafted from service. There must
iw no nagging in tne efforts already being made,
however, else the excellent Intention which
prompted the above order may be defeated.
The recruiting committees who huve nearly filled
their quotas, should continue their efforts: while
thoae wards who have been disheartened from
the shortness of the time before them, should
take courage, as, by a little extra exertion and
liberality, there is no doubt that every one of
them may now get out of the draft.
AkrivAof a. Packet Ship. The Liverpool
packet Tonaxcanda arrived at this port yesterday
aftenibon She breught. in addition to cargo,
thre hundred and sixty Irish emigrants, male
and female. There were very few children among
the yA. They are a better class than the average
who come here. To watch the emigrants them
selves as they were met by their friends was no
less Interesting than to look at their very singular
baggage. Of the entire package containing the
property of the emigrants there was but a single
trunk. There were crates and boxes, of all kinds
and sizes, from a rough creation of deal un tn a
plain and painted wooden chest. A few of the
female passengers were very poor, a bandbox con-
taining all their wearing apparel. We observed
one noteworthy mutter that a number of Intelli
gence oUlce-keepers were on the spot when the
shin warped into her berth. oiFerimrunnrt Pmnlnv.
j mcnt and pay to all tho new comers. This rather
look tne emigrants by surprise.
BhMBVOLKNT SOCIBTIKSOF PHILADELPHIA..
The various benevolent societies of this city aro
at the present beginning to provide for the com
ing winter, by securing In advance coal and wood
for those coming under their care. Among the
most prominent benevolent societies of this city
are the Union Benevolent and Home Mission
Societies, whose care over the poor in past sea- :
sons bas been such as to secure for them the con- ;
Udence of a benevolent nublic. Durim? Ust !
winter both of the above-named institutions dis
tributed in money, food, clothing, and fuel, tlum-
sands of dollars, the voluntary contributions of f
Ihe benevolt-nt. In both of these societies pur-
ticular attention was paid to the children of the
poor, sod when it was found necessary for the
mutual benefit of parent and children, comfort.
uaeiuica'iiog. ware provided tor
ble homes and useful ca'liugs were provided for
them. Durine the comlnir winter mmv nf tha
'Till' iuiuiuk "hihst msnyoi me
children of volunteers will be provided for by
Lahcemkh. A young man named Alfred Iter-
nundez bas been com milted by Alderman Duitler
"""" uin"". iuur uraueieis, ana a
seal ring, the property of Uosa Herrynmn, living
on fripruce rtn et. abom Eleventh. The prisoner
pawned the articles In Nuthuns' store, on iSunsom
A colored woman named Bnrbara Taylor, alias
j Terry, bad a hearing last evening, before Alder-
Bum lieiiler, at the Central Station, on theclitrge
i of larceny. The accused is ulleged to have stolen
i a promissory note or draft for three hun lred
dollura and one. hundred dollars ia money, from
j a room in the Metropolitan Hotel, li irbara wa
sent to prison,
j MALicioisMiHcuiKr. A young femtto named
Kale Hunter was charged, be lore Alderman
i Waldii.g, ykHterday, with malicious mischief. It
seems that she w ent Into a di Inking siloon In
i,,k,,, is. ...i ..ii.t ... .i.i
drlnfc rwssatiTiTaed to bv 'o.m t en?.,t v
aitor iiirls, anil after etiintyinir her tumbler
dashed it through a huge mirror. Jealousy is
suppose' I to have been the ctuic ot' the set, II er
lover, who also tends bar at the saloon, had de
serted her. Kate was held to answer.
Dkdication of a NkDhmo kaiic Hai.i..
The Continental Theatre, the new room of the
Ke. stone Club, was dedicated l.tst evening.
Jo-lnli lUndttl, Ks., presided, aud speech j
wire mnde by Measra. Hlclurl Vaux, Charles
Inin rMol), I). Sites, aud others. After the ad
journment, the meeting loruiud in procession and
uiarthcd to-W est l'utladelpliia to rucalvc the
members of the Club on their return from
Naval Enlistments. Bo large annmborof
recruits are pow being received into the Navy
that it has been found necessary to provide addi
tioual accommodations for them. The st iamer
Wyoming hns been hauled out into the stream,
and will be used temporarily as a receiving-ship.
Debtjivctivb FiitE. Yesterday afternoon, the
cooper shop of Mr. E. Stevenson, on Washington
avenue, above Swanson street, was dottmved by
(Ire. with its contents. Loss abont 10,000, pr.
tlally covered by Insurance. Two buildings ad
joining had the roofs burned otf.
IUaw Roubkmt. Mr. John L. Taylor, of
Zunesvllie, Ohio, had his pocket picked yesterday
at Second and Market streets, of $1100. The
Ckusltt to Animals. An individual named
Fetcr Wagner was ai rested at Fifth and Library
streets yesterday afternoon, tot cruelly beating
his horse, lie was fined by Alderman beitler.
A Valvar lb Hsmsdt. There Is no more
valuable rauwdv fur oou(us,oolds, asS all diseases of the
chest and luoys, thaa Dt. Wlshart's Plus Tree Tar Cordial,
whose advenl.etnent In another column should be read
and iHinderrd upon. The virtues of the article are really
ilracui-Hia. aus 4 should he iaot coustauUi ou baud br
Wiiidow Shatjss. If yon wan Window
Shades, of any description, do not forget I'atten'f
reat manufactory, No. 1408 Chetnut street.
(Vatwu haw no connection with any store.)
Tbi Latest Covtr.
V TH kJL Of T0Wa BALL.
A)trvriomm ht.r tato brmn ruin
With all thlr trlwKontR mttftit,
At nth sir briphi iim( blirlnv
Amid Um uur halli of nLgbi,
lh" vlKlton unto oar ky
Innrifch by tlism wa'tn JltU llghMd,
Ar n tlm ir utar gazir'a wye.
Too important to b High ted.
lint Tt w own, that hiirti-flnwn rnrtt
Mmwxl no nocb tt a w admire,
Itplnjf, ih7 aay . ftotnpl-tflr dretwj
r AuKint i tn a tult of fire,
A nd tit !ndifT-rrn e to drno e
i 'rnrminK Kanhlon'a mnndntf utroQff,
Tltln Jtrapfror port0 to hi coat,
A tall tliat wa ImmuiiflKlv loan.
Itmttgh nlry witmi, aoeh m he,
hour ritMtve crltift um' powrr,
Quite ihnVmnt the plan mut he
f M th- who treml ttih rarth of onM.
lhp like ihr m et atyloe to wenr,
A nd rooiinir tufl 'nteth ftol' b t rav :
And 'li tor lid nrh crowd rep.itr
'io Hnnnetl Tower, eeeb loy dfiy,
rnlnnr1 nf Htimmnr Htofk imliiria; at old prlcet , mwA
test than j rettnt cvtt uf smuie gootl.
To wan Ham.,
Ho. HiH Market HtrrnL
IlKNNKTT A CO.
Tpr M ifl II run and. On a week dar tie walks out
v H li M wlti-, nd U not airald of a milliner' nhop, lit
ititi ha "chanKe" when ekd for It, and nnrnr u
ludca to It alterwanl. He I notnbove carrying a nrn
rter tiart el . or PTt-n holding the hahy on hie Ian In the
cnr. Hp run on first to knock at the door when It H '
ruinliiR. He tu bed first In cold wrath nr. He allow
M tnulhriMn lw to nt p In the houe eercral week at a
tin e. Jle b )! V Id hyuierl a. and Is melted Irwtontly
with a tear, and nevr oomj.lalni If the butter outrun t$
htm nt the telle. He Bntche ap qaarrel with a silk
1 rt' sb , ana drives awny the sulk with a trip to Atlantic
He neTt-r file out about Ms button, or tu-ln home
frit nde to Muuper. He buys hi wlleaewlng ,-nachtne
and hires a woman to run It. To save monor, mnklnir
nd OH ud Inn, he boy bl clothes ready made at Chaa.
Btokes A i o' " One I'rlce." under the ( ontinnntel, and
never lets them smell of tohncco. Un never Invadm
the k Itch n, nor open the windows ol tho parlor when
the sun di In', and U Innocent of a latrh key. He leta
the temily uo to the canore every uniin-r, whllut be
n main at home w Ith one knife an. I tork, ait In a hrown
li Hand chair, aleep ol a nhetleM led. and be nn attod
coiitrn end to wait on Lim. He poe down on Hetur.lar
nnd cornea un on Woiwlav. taklnti with him the rlonn
I nrn end hnuKlns hack ihe dirty clothe. He nay the
ho ihc ket'iiliig tm.ney without a nuptolon. and h it hit
eve to the "euiuinee." lie i en-iy ami anecuonnt
ke-plnK the wedding ninvennrir puiioteailyt never
conipl, lining If dtnnorl not realyi making the broak-
friHt hltnmu ir no one I anwn: tuno upon her wiion
fink, and, to rover all, proudae, If sho should Ule,
never to marry attain.
A fUra In vest ii but. There aro few per ons so IU
Infoimed as not to admit the vast advantages aeenred to
the domestic comfort ol the' age by the Invention of the
sewing machine. Every household In tho land should
pvasees one, and o J IAf time to 6uy. The "Florence
machine, sold at No. Wo Chetnut street, which I tor
many roaons the most desirable sewlna? machine In the
world, It most be borne In mind, la selling to-day at tho
atno price charsed whon all other article of utility war
sold at half ot in tholr p reaent rote. It la clear, there
fore, that the inn't Judl Ion, economic and eatet tn-
veetment that a man can make ts to buy a "r lorenon1' al
the oreretit nrlee. Wo have no Information aa to UiU
but It la n'anonahleto auppoe that the universal advance
In price must suouer or later attect sewing machine.
Now, thereiore. I the time to "invont" attdth 'Flo
rence ' is the maciuue to in reel in.
A Fbw Morh TLAiif Facts. The Wheoler &
Wilson Hewing Machine Is the bet,most simple, cheapest,
and mot economtcaL
Mora of tho Wheeler k Wllwn aro In me than all other
Sewlna. Machines combined; S0.UO0 a year aro sold; .'00)
aro In uo In Pt.lladelohia.
Vt' heeler A WtUon'a It the only pi r feet family Machlao,
Every Machine Warranted, and tho monoy rvtarned If noi
entirely tat U factory.
All Kood drta-makora, eemtfreef, shirt-makers, and
laiiore! line me wneeiw tvusoo in preieience to any
other Ht-wliiK Machine.
Cull and x amino. No chtrtre for Initrtir'ton. whether
yon wtah to pnrrhaie or not lmtnirtlon given at the renl
dDceof purctiaaera It dealmL Haleanwm No. 7U t Chosnut
street, aooe Hevecui.
LATT. On Seplmhr lat
br tha Rnr.
ruer. WM. u. UAL
WM. O. CALVKK. Ol 1'iiiiaUalplila. to
KKHKCCJ a, daughter ot tba lata Ueo. Plait, vt jacoDi
town, 1. J
CKKHSMAN-noLPHinnE.-Auitnit Mth, 19M bv
K. U. Wahinittoli, Jcniian,' at bla realiloooe, Nu. an
Marriott alrri't. Mr. CIIAKLKH Al. CKKSHMACi to Mi
til MA K. 1IOLDUIDUK. all ofthla city.
BKYMOl.bH THOMPSON. On Thnrl.r 1
by the Itar. Thnmaa O. Allen. Mr. HOhEBX bK i -kOLlXitoJMLiailAKV
VANK11IK ( AMFBKI I. Aom.l loth 1UU h. n
O.Waslilnutnn Jcrman. at his raahlunca. No. 'ffl Marrlntt
Irert.Mr. WILLIAM II. VANK1KK to Mlat JdAUUA-
v. aoi i u cult, an oi una on,
ABItOTT. On Rlxth dav evening. 9th month
KLI.AUKTU W. AIIIIOIT.aind 61 year., widow of the
liita tieoma Abhott. and vounuaat danuhtar nf Jjln..
Jit-r reiatlvea and rriend. are invited to attand hw fune
ral, from the reald.ni-o ol her father, at It arc a v it.ill.on
Turti' t'a Lane, on Third-day afternoon, at i o'clock. Iu.
tennent at Laurel II 111. ...
ARNOLD. On the Mth nit In the Mth year of her
sue, KMMA M.. wife ot Dacre T. Arnold, andsldoat
daughter ol Charles A. and Mary A. Barger.
Her relative, aod friends are reaDecttullv InTltnd in at.
tend ner funeral, Irani the residence or her parents, Mo.
laUMervlne street, on Sunday, the 4th Instant, at 2
IIAKTLK.1T At bis residanoa. In TutMiartnn N .1
on Klllh dav, the 1st of Ninth mouth, tiATli.Vtf BABT
LhTT, In the Mth year of his aye.
r unrrai to-morrow, uie f tu, al s o CIOCK r. M.
ClOKOHTH. At hlsmother's residence. Oamdan w J
Siiileniher lat, IB04 Hroant OHAltl.KH O. V. do
FOHT1I. L'oinDanv K. Sixth New Jersav Vitliuirr.
sued M yems, i months and 30 davs, only sou of the late
lieo. Oolorth. of fllladclphla. and Mrs. Catharine Oar
wood, from a severe and painful wound received at the
battle of Oettysbum July Id. .KM, which he bore pa
tiently, as a true patriot, tor nu country's sake, lie was
a dutiful soldier, a atnd and lovtnu son and lrr.thnr
aciotis to the Inst and caitnly reahtned to his fate, with
uiv iMi,nni ,iufr u, m uuiuuriailiy.
llli luncral will take place from the residence nf hi.
mother, No. &2A lfrldge avenue, on Sunday, at 3 o'clock.
To proceed to Kvortireen Cemetery. The relatives and
friends of the family, tho returned offlr-are and members
or the Mxth ew Jersey Volunteers, and the Wecoacoe
Hose Company, of t 'ainuon, are invited to attend.
HW A YNK.-On Sixth day. the Id Instant. KI.IAI1VTII
B. H WAV N K. In the Mih year ot her ae.
Her trhuds are resDectluUy Invited to attend tha rn.
neral. on Thlid day, the 6tu insiant. at 10 o'clook, at the
resilience ol her sister, Martha V. Pratt, near Newtown
Hqusre. To proceed to friends' Burying Ground, In
Sprlnvtleld, lJelaware county, l'a.
IHINKLK.-Huddenly. on the 1st Instant. OKOHUR
Son ol tleorite and Anna Trlnkle. sued I'i yoars.
Ilie relatives nnd friends ol the family are respectfully
Invited to attend the lune-tal. from Die realdeuoe of his
Jar, tit... No. Ml Ogdeu street, ou Uunuay allotuoou, at
1 t'CK IBM AN. In this citT. ReDtemher 1.1 FDWARn
(1. TUCKt.HMAN. of Boston, In him 6M year, i Boston
. Please vopy. I
IE8T.-On Krldar.tbeld Inst., tho Key. NATIIANIKL
W1T, I). 1) . lata Soulor Chaulam. W. V.. la the ;oth
yenrol hla aKe.
Funeral from West Arota Street Presbyterian Church,
Corner of A roh and KlKbleenth streots. on Monday. ept
6th. at 10 o'clock A. M. The clergy of tho city and vi
cinity, the ttleuds of the family and the public Renorally
are reapoetlully Invited to attend without furthor notice.
The member of the Central Presbytery of I'liilaileljuila
are reiiuexted to nioet at ihe lato resilience of the deceased.
No. ltiuy Filbert street, eud proceed to the CDurch-
TRINITY CHVKCH. CATHAKINK
Street, aliove Herond. nen'lees. io A. M. and
l;p. M Hunitay, Heptemher 4, the Kov. It. WASH.
Ill'llS, Itoulor, uthclaliuj. It
rST' WEST KPKUCE STREET HtESnr.
S-3' tertan churrh, conur of SI'alICK and lKVK?f
ThKNIH Streets. fhllailelplila. The usual ptttillcaervlees
niar be eipe.-ttd at tM. cliureh Til-.MOItltOW. September
4, btthiniiiKat ll'S In the uiornlm;, aiid -iiu tie at .uruoou.
ffT- NORTH I'ltESliYTEKIAS CHURCH,
S-3' HIX'lH Street, above IIHKKN, will re-opvn TO
MDItllc i , Heulember 4 The pastor elect, Kev. It W.
IIKMlY, li. It,, late of New Vork (Illy, will pretoh In the
liiorniuii at 10'. o'clock, and evening at S o'clock, aud ou
rjSrf- PRINCETON PRKSUYTEKIAN
UXJ rhareh, West Philadelphia, c inter of TitlKrr
MS 1 11 Mueet ai d POWKl.fON Aveane siervn es t -IKillltoW
at half-past in o clnek A.M. aud 4 P. M. Mt
ii en. ay Uie Pa. tor, Itev.J. AIIUHON HKSKY. tt
UNION M. K. CIIUHCU. KOUKTII
Arch. S.b'iath. Sentrtintt... 1. Km
JOHN TllOwr.SU will i.tmicli in Hie in rimu al i)l
oeloek. and Itey. AMKKVV OATIIK In the evening
9xf- WKST KI'Kl'CK STItKl'.r PltESIJY-
tetlaii t:i,iiicl - Jllvina servioe T'l-.u irtitovy.
Hsbbiitb. Hr,tsnJa I. at tna a.. M and I V
s, insil ai tlie u.uui h'ltns
1II1KA1) STUr KT Jl. K. CMIIUIMI.-I' KKAIMI
Itik' to-n.orrow. lui A. M.. hv It -v. J k. Mil l.
ihkI -,H I', M. br hov. J. 'iilOMI'r.oi(. Kacrain jut , dH
-o KIHST (OM.llf.OATlON AL MimtrMI.
"f FHANKfOKIl Jtoad and M'l.NTi.O.MK'U Av,
ime. Itev 1). L. lil.AB, l astor. al home at lv A M.
and 7S P. M.
V'W CIltiKt'll OK THK MEW TKSTAMKST,
w KLl.Vr.NTH and W OOi) Mtreets, T. II. Bt'OUK
l'N,I'ator. Preaching 10 A. M. and 4 P.M. All In
l.'lll'kril OV THK (KlVKNANT VII. H V HP
Mrmt shove Heventt'enth. ltvln iMrvfc in.
morrow (Hinidav), it liih A. M., aitU 1H P.M. TUe
Itwtor will ; li, V.) pff ch tnoruiiig and evonliiK.
It KV. ?. HYATT SMITH WII.L I'KKACU. IN
th KIav until lttttitlHt tl'hun-k. TU' KI.pTII .iav.
luce ittrect, to-tnurrow (Hunday) aUuraiiiK, nt
o'clock, dud H o'clock Iu the Kveuloft.
ft-xm TRINITY MKTIloniBT r.PIXOopAl
tt) Church, KIUilTd Street, above Itace. Prtachlna
to-morrow, at 10H A. M., bv the Pastor, Itev. AND.
LONG A (UK. t'oniumnlon service 44 P. M.
ka Bev. KllWAKU HAWKS, ot Watervllle, Me.,
who ia euimeni ainous oie vuunper cierj ui new a.ll.
laiia, w in ureacn at t untxio
luH A. M.,auu ts f. M.
Seau free to all. '
svrp THK SKOOND C O N O B EO A T I O V L
AeViT Cbur. b, corner of Elllll TU and tJltKKM Mtrmts,
under the paatoral cate of Uev. t;KL). v. BMILtf.
wlileb hns tieen closed durtnf tlie hot weuitier. will re
open ou Habbatb. Preaclilng mornipg and yvanltuj,
n-jt. THE MEKTINO-UOUrtli OKT11B KIUHTBAP.
"o-'-f ttst ( iiurch. ll III i A l ami Am it Mtreets. win
be open for publio worship on Suinlav neat, morning and
evenlnir. 'I lie unuul services on Wednesday aod Friday
venlons, and the Sunday Schools wilt also pa weaned.
SV-pj, rikt'OND I'NITAUIAN B'M'IKTY, KKV. WM.
L. t UAVKlN, l astor, Woisuipplns In Wash
Itiltton Hall. l.K.lllli and B1UINI1 UAltHKN Ktieels.
herviees will be resumed to-morrow, aud coutlnuod every
Sunday at lots' A. M., and s P. hi. Alt In lavor of the
maintenance ol a liberal t'hristiaa ( Iiurch Iu the aurlU
srn hart of Uie otty, are invltad to eo-operata.
WsVN&MaXEB & DE0WN,
SATUKDAY, SEPTEMBKR 3,
IS. W A L H A. V B N,
auccr.ssoa to w. r. cahbtx,
Ko. 719 OnESlITJT Btreet.
W J ft I) l) W HIIADBH,
A ISKloetMt Cold mny Cams Montha of
snrerlns, and often ends at last In Consumption, II ron-cl-ltls,
or other Pulmonary Am-ctlon. When neitlect Is
attended by results so dangerous, what oan JusUfythe
careless lodltrerenoe of "waiting for a cold to set woll
Itself!" If those who are now troubled with Coughs,
Colds, Hoarseness, Sore Throat, Ac, would surely avoid
the dreadful sufferings of the consumptive, let them take
at once Dr. 1. Jaykk's Kxpectorant, a remedy whose
efheacy lias been established for thirty yours.
Prepared only by
Dk. I). Jal Kfc A Sox,
No. HI Chcmtit street.
Clrand Opening of 'iU (iottilna; This
Oranrl Opanln of Pall Clothing Tills Day.
(irsnd Opening of Kail Clothing This Hay.
Oranil Opening of Pall Clotnttis This Day.
Oram! Opening of Kail Clothing This hay.
Oraud Opening of Kali Cloihtiig This Day.
tlrand Opening of Kali Clothing This Day.
tlrand Opening of Kail Ci-ithlng I'ttti Day,
tlrand Opening of Pull Cluthtng Tnts Day.
(Irand Opening nf Kail C'lo'hlng This Day.
I'KKItV I'D., Extensive Clothing House.
PKUKV A CO , K.xtenslve Clotlilng Homo.
PKXItY A CO., Kstensire Clothing Mouse.
IK It HIT A CO., Kstenilve Clothing House,
1 I' ll It V St CO., Kxtenslve ClothliK House.
1'KhKV A CO.. Kxtenslve Clothing House.
I'KIIKT S CO., Kitenslve Clothing House.
1'KKKV At CO., Kitonalve Clothing House,
PKKKV A CO., Kxtenslve Clothing House.
I'KltKY At CO , Kxtenslve Clotliltig House.
The largest and best stock of Clothing In the city.
The lamest anl best stock of Clnthlrf In the city.
The largest and best stock ef Clothing In the city.
1 he largest and best stock of i.lothlng In tlie city.
The largest and beat stock of Clntliitig In the city.
The larvrst and liest stock of Clothing In the city.
The largest an t best stock of Clothing in tlie city.
The largest and best stock of Clothing In tlie cl v.
T he largest and best stock or clothing in the cltv.
The largest and best stock of Clothing in the city.
At prices low for the times.
At prices low for the times.
At prici a luw for the times.
At p ices low for tho times.
At prices low for the times.
At prices low for ths times.
At pMres low for the times.
At prloes low for the times.
At prices low lor Ihe times.
At prices low for the times.
ITew styles of Oaods and new style, of flarmenls.
New styles of Ooottt and aew styles ofOaruients.
hew stales of floods and naw styles of tiarmeiits.
New styles of t.oods and new styles nfOarments.
New sty.es of Ooods and new s yles of ttarments.
New styles of Goods and naw styles of Oarmente.
New sty les ft Ooods and new styles of Onrments.
New styles of Ooods and new styles of (larmenta.
New styles oftHwcs and new styles ol Oarments.
New styles of Ooods and new stylus of Oarments.
PK.ftKV & CO., Third and Chesnut streets.
PKKKY A CO., Third and Chesnut streets.
1'BltRY A CO., Third and Chesnut streets.
PKIIIt Y A CO., Third and Chosnut streets.
I'KltKY ACO., Third and Chesnut streets,
I'KKKY A CO., T hird and Chesnut streets.
PKItKY A CO., Third and Chesnut streets.
PKKKY A CO., Third and CSesntlt streets.
PKItKY A CO., Third and Chesnut streets.
I'KltKY A CO.,Tnlrd and Chesnut streets.
, a H. balance of Summer Clothing gulling otf at very
THK KLOKK.NCK .
T I IK Kl SKK.NI K
' No. f.10 CIIKHNDT STRSKT.
No. Kg) CIIKNM'T HTIIKKT.
No. I.K) CHKHNCT HTIIKKT.
No. StU ClthnNUr H'I'KKKT.
o. 6.10 CIIKSNUr HTKKKT.
No. (Wil CHKMNUT HTKKKT.
No. Kit CHKHNCT BTltKKT.
No. W CUtSNCT SlUKiT.
All Aoute aod Chsonic Dtsaatos cured by mssns of ths
duTeraat aiadlfloaUons of P.leoUiclty, at ths
o. ISM WALNUT 8THEKT, Philadelphia.
PBOP. C. H. B0LLBS
0 tosxk 4, 18S4,
A course of Lectures and fu'l Instruetloa for applying
ialvajilam.MagnstUsi. and other modltleallons of Klec
trlcliy aa a rrUabia Uieraoeuuc ageat for ths cure of Acuta
and Caroalc Diseases,
AT THK INSTITUTION,
Ko. lm Walnut Street, Vhiladelalila,
Sf sdlcal mea and otliera desti Inc to attend tha oeurss
s e requested to make application early.
Cholrst Skid (soverniiient
Kl MIT MUKNOM,
Iavis A KiettARns,
Auuit aud Tasrai.
V- ti. WiiltsuHu A ( a.,
Msnutactuiars ot Nra aud DaUclous Confeotioas, Alraood
Paste, Chocelate Caramels, Creams La Mode da
Paris, exquisitely flavored.
Iloasud Jordan Almonds, Ac, Ao.
No. 1116 Cbssnut street, below Foarth.
Hts'sik a ,
TECK A CO. '
Seventh and Ua
flffN rOS NEW 0ELEASS, LA.,
VIA MEW Y0BK.
Tie Ooean Steam Navigation Oonipany'a
8PLEKVIO J.EW STJCAMdllir
" IV Oil Til AMKIIICA,"
(I6U tons hardea), CHARLES P. MARSHMAV, tea
snamler. is now leovivlng freight, aad wiu saUas above oa
W KUN KSDAV, Heptembsr 7, at V A. M.
No irelght received, ar puis of lading signed on ths day
fur Height or pussy apply to
a. HEitoN. jrt. & co.;
tin Ho. laa M. DELAWAM AVMtltJE.
TH. A.. GRAY, N. E. CORNER OF BIXTU
IT and M1NOH etreets, bays Isuuaonds, Watolios,
Cold, Buyer, ami Loan T Ickata.
lUOHK IK WANT OF MONET
AU business eoaadaiitlaL kolv-ias
GREAT CENTRAL CLOIUIKQ HOUSE,
riHT X"afAXrs oi'iirf ipfo.
JOLTH W. TUOMAfl
WILL OI'K.M OH
SKI TKMBKB ,
A SPLKNDID STOCK OF
FALL A IN I MrINTKlt
hoi, 4 Oti and 407 N. BBC0SD Btrcot.
rVAOO & mm,, COItNKR TBXTIlT!flJ
J UNK Btifwtn pen HnrKHlnn fn'fn Auction.
I lrt 7. HiHt k fn.yr I'sirt-ifinv . fl
8 kl ll'm k Alitpiii- l.u-tr'-p. .'-o, 7 Ik., ftnrl 1 2-5.
1 lnt Wmlc Itrfiwnanil hi nrU t Mvrinoi. i.
I Int lrmt I'rltifi d rtilrtink K'unnoU, Wc
1 Ia All wos.l Whttr rUnttcN.r-tV'.
2 lot Lailrei' Hi uiMitchrd llauilkcrclilefi, 3 in. hem, 0U
and ttfi csntii.
1 lot lloj rnlilmrliml Half Hobp, Mont. flic.
4 li t Lfiaifi' lUiHClnd ami Umwti C Alun JIuii, QAc. to
3 M, Tr,r fnf Krrnitlnn Unon. 11-2.1, tl M, and V,.
1 lot ho. lift lioikd isilk I'.lfk .tunnel Kiolmn, ,bc,
1 lot l.adlci' Knihniid.Ti'ti )i,Tlia uiove, $1 j:,.
y M J.aitii' Mtif -.'hiM (UnntltMOIoTra, Hr.'sij and $.
I I"t LsVttfV 11U k t.Hlinll't HfTf(l ( rlOTrl (Via).
AlaOtkeverni Iota Irr (.n,),, v rr cln vp
NP.W ;ooH OI'KMM) lAll-J: It
IV f AOKK'fl JSNVKLOPE MANUFACTORY.
X'l MAoKKH 1'aiMjr Htore, No. 'AlH CHE8ISUT HirtMi.
MAtfff tin milllufia of Kiivtloj on hand.
iHaifW makoi m it in o! Kn.loi to ordar.
Maiif ban thouinndi ol Kt-amaof .Nota, Lettor. and Ca
PBpTon hut d.
ieeaujpilai Cltj and Coiinliy RtvtakMpn al fhlr
Magoe haj atl tin- nw ntvlM of Paw and KnTalonaa
v. WM,MI.KANU KHAII,,
Ko. ai CUKttaM T Htrct-t, Nn. CHKSNOT Straot.
nr:,.at ho. 316 CflKHNUT Hlria.
cMiiNiD LKSIltABUS STYLES OF FALL
w and dottlrntilc Rtyt?i of Fall Clothing
Kmw and dntrrthia Htylii of Kail (')'.HiImk
Ni-w and dirahify Hl laof Kail Clothing
hw and desirable Mtylepi of Kail Clothln
hew ankd)Taitlj8i)ie45of Kail C'lnitiintr
New and di-ilrftbla .Stylea of Fall Clothing
is'flw and dlraMa Htylni of Kail Clothmir
Npw and dffllraole Mrla of t all CH-thln
w aud drsiralle 8t lei of Kail C lot i Jim
Opening tlila dar
Ojiebllig this da
piilhff tbli day
Opiiiiw Dili day
opaiiing thii dny
0HMii.i thii diy
Oi'Nffihiic tin day
Opening thin day
Opening this day
Onenlnu this dav
At JON KB', B. fc. ronifr Hevtnih and Mark at atroaft.
At JOlSKrt', 8. K. c.irniT Hevenih aod Market Htrenta.
AtslONhN', H r .rornnr Hevanih and Market strefits.
At .Ion KM, 9 K. corner Haventh and Market trrrta.
At .lONKN'. 8. K. cimer Heventh and Market itrftts.
At JttNKH', 8 K corner Heventh and Mtrket atiwta
At JtrNK.S, 8. B. corner Kavenib and Market streeta.
At.HNK8'. H. K. corn r Hevanth aad Market atrerta.
At JONEH', 8. K. corner 8evrnth and Markot utreetn.
AtJOM-.H , 8. K corner ttoveuth and Markat street.
8traiiHTii and cltlzna
Htranrera anu cltlzena
8U-Aiiueis and cltfzana
htratiaitTm and cltlens
Ntranuera and citiena
isirauiKera and cliteiia
HtraiK'Tii and cHIznis
Htraneera and rlil7en
Hirant-era and cHlzenn
St run Ken and cttlaua
invited to uall and ex an. ine our itocfe
Illvltd to call and examtnv otir stock
InvltCMi to call and eiamlne our ito k
Invited to call and examine our stock
Invited to can and exstn'oo our stuck
Iiivlti d to call iiml examine our stock
Invito., to cull and examine our stork
Invited to call and tixam.no our stock
Invited to call ai d nxamtne our stock
lu1tfd to call and examine our stuck
Ha lore pun-baxtnu elm" where .
lie tore piuchaslnic ainewhere.
Jftre i'iin-halng elicwhere.
Biorv purchasing dat' here,
ltet'iira putt hating aKewhera.
hefora purchnalug elsewhere.
Before purchaaiiu eltewhare,
ll flora niirilia.itit n'alnsarhsas-sa
'ISSrS! 5I,,",t1.'"'' K- Soranth and Msrkot sis.
ION r.S Cloth HA. H. E. rnrna. S.v.nlh .nil Mu.i.u...
JONKH' CtotlihiK, 8.K. comer Herenth and Market sts.
"iiJf 1:2.' f'!0!P!II!' "' B oorner Seventh and Market sis.
ri'.ES. ',lotl.'lr"'' E- croer Herenth and Market sts.
J'l.NKH' (.'mill nir. H. K. cum., H.v.n.K ..H 4..... ...
"! E2. ?. lotMns-. S. K corner Haventh and Market sts
J.!'?. oUitOK, H. K. Corner Seventh and Market sts.
"J. !'".,""' 5' r" ""' Seventh and Market sts.
JONKH' (Tlntblnit, H. K. corner Seventh and Market sts.
ji. ji. naianco 01 numimT stock seUinir low.
qilE QUAKER CITY BUSINES8 COL-
i. letrcTBNTH andCHKSNTT Hint. Thi. l..,n.
lion commence, the Kali Sessions with the most nattering
prospects ol success, and niters to young men who daslre a
,,i,uun ,(i',jarniiua nir uusiness uie advantaites and
facilities nowhere excelled. At durine the ua.t itwiii
continue tn maintain the ascendancy aa a ploueer In Ira-
L ... . "-r.,,,T,K mm can possniy ue asked
for will b. ftimi.hed w It li a liberal band. Kiumlm, .,r
Bccommodatlona Is now In uroaiess. which will. In nnlai
of cottvenleuoe and elcuance, outstrip competition from
on. ,jni,r,, mm 11 i. tuu linentlOU Ol U10 rriQCipal tO
leave noihlnir unoone to oresent to bis narnn. ,n,. ... im
the way of a solid and praclloal oourae of instruction,
and In the somt'jris and conveniences tliat make student
me pleasant ana aiiracuve, than has aver beua ottered
by any commercial Institution In the rttate.
a he system of a 'tusl hn.lness tralnlns adopted Is orltrl
nsl, and is acknowle.Hied by all who have tested Its merits
Io I innnltely auuiior to any merely theoretical methods,
inltiatlns the stinl.nl Into tlie aclual prarllce of the count
In house, and kIvIiik Mm such a fainlilarlty with the
fottna and modes of transacting baslness as todthlmto
enter at ones upon the discharge of duties that ordinarily
reimlre fur ilielr Intelllseat performance months of prac
Send for a I'ataloane and Illustratad Circular. Its
INSTATE OF ELIZA HOWARD BTJRD,
Jk J deceased.
The Auditor appointed by the Orphans' Court fbr the Cltv
and Coanty of Philadelphia to audit, aettle, and adjust the
second and final account of Key. II. W. HUCACI1K T, D.D..
KM K. MUCK, JllSK.l'll B.TOWfrSRNO, and EDWARD
HIIUTKN, Ksriulret. Kxecutors of the last will and testa
ment or Kl.I.A HOYYAMO UIIRO, teceased, and to
uiake distribution of tlia balance in the hands of ths
accounlai ts, will tuei'l the parties Interested for ths pur-
r lies of his appelntment, on WKISNKSKA Y, September
I, Ihos lat: II oclock A. M . at hU othce, Ho. 717
VAUSUT buret, In the City of rhltad. lphla.
', Ths PA1LY issue of this paper will commence on
THURSDAY NEXT, 8th ERST.
Yeoman's sar toe HI be performed In the loyal eauss of
LINCOLN A JOHNSON.
Subscriptions t. r Uie entire campaign, or any portion of
It, will be i CO. elnxlo Copies, 5 Cants.
Baos numbers cannot be supplied, hence ths necessity
of subscribing .t cure.
S. K. COHEN, Publie.n..r.
OfHt'K, No. 10S 8. TlilHD STatSKT,
THE TJNDKKBIONKD HAVE BEEN AP
pointed aseii s to rerelve subsiirlptlons tor the Btook
f the ItltlLMAM' till. COMI'ANY. I'ar value of shares
ten dollars Tr o dollars per share at the time of subeurlo.
As soon as till. Company Is ornanlied It WIU receive a
net Income ot isi pir day, which amnant Is now realised
by the present o vn,-r ol the properly .
forfujUier oertiunlars and pamphlets apply to
C. U. 1NVII.LIKKH.
N. K. corner THIUO and liitl'K SiruoU.
kiciiAsttiM, WKHOorr A co.,
Sel St lo. 17 S. THIRD Street.
STEAM 11 HATING FOR FACTORIES,
UlUs, Ac. Heated with exhaust or wasto steatsu Also,
colls lor healers. t oiideii.crs. evatHirators .sc.
Sel-lm .11. r OKLMAN.nu. A N. SIXTH Street.
J. Ml'.IER & BROTHER,
' MERCHANT TAILORS,
Hare removed fmrn Ho. Uh N. Bsoond street to the 8. E.
eonierof BECOMiand A KCU Straota. whors tbey hava
on hand a good stuck ol CLOIUS, CASSItUSKKS, and
Also, a splendid aaaurtmentof raady-saade CLOTH INQ.
QKOHOU HTITrj, ail.,
MOT-lBi Ko. 1911 N. 8ECOSTD ST., Philadelphia.
GOLD'fl IMPROVED STEAM AND WATBtt
HK ATI Nil AFFARATUS.
for Warmmf aud VenttlaUns rubuo Jiniidloas and Frt
Manufaaturad by the
UHlOU BTaVAM AND W ATM -RflATTUfJ COatPAaTT
JAM ICS P. WOOD,
So. 41 8 rOUKTU SWeei.
aUS-Sas at. FUtWaLL BVspsviatandesnV
I A M O N S H.
Persons haying Diamonds or other rrenoui Stotwi 1 0
dispose of will do well by calling on
LEWIS LAD6MTJS & 00
Diamond Dealers a nd J ewelers
IVo. H03 CIIIIVTJT Streets
Whs will glvs tlis hUjIiestoash pries. auK-las
TUB UkROJlSX AND BEST
CHEAT. RrTTATB! REAL ESTsTK 4
hUAl. KSTATBS. ' ItKAL aHI Aii'U.
roit Trttj bum.ion.
KOR Til MIl.l.l'lN.
rOH THK Mil l. KIN
AWT) MI1.I.IHNH TOR I'I Itk'HA.ap.nSJ.
AN l MILLION POR PI HCHAHK H
AM) Mll.LIONH K11R PI' Kl '11 AaKHri.
YK MONTHLY CATAIXltll'E VtlHT OITT.
Mr W MONTHLY CA1AI)tll'B JUrlT OITT.
MtW MOHTIILV CATALOdl K. Jt:T OCT.
OK ORATI TTuI a IltaTRIIWITIDN.
rK okathhoi b iiiNTitiittTi iK.
POR lA il'ITOV-t IiHTItllinriON.
CURTAIN '.,ori.r' WORTH,
f tiNTAiHa iTi worn 11.
CONTAINS) ,MISl.lM WORTH,
roll SAI.R The very lie.t plaeelu this city lobs ae
roinmrxlateil either In the punhaseot sale of Ileal Kitale)
Is to be found by t aliii.e on
Or.OHUP. O MII.I.RR,
PracUcnl Itaid K.'nte Oj ratnr,
No. Ii4 N. SI X Til street.
Atw asys loo liweiliiars on hand, ot which immediate pos.
S' s.lon can be had. or vers at on
Have soma of the most ele.ant and msmlflcent proper
tles for sale ever ottered l lt.l class l unnl. Mansions,
j .r.untry neatt.Ae. Kveiy person ainlous 11 any deecrla. .
lion 11 property .houhl not lall to rati tors Nepteuibw rata
k.tne just out for ST.luitoii. ill.tril.iitlon, eseee.limt In Im
J.ottame to hioeis any other inlalosueaverpuollsliedia
Hits city, no mstter by nhini.
tlK'lltr.K C. MII.I.KR,
l'rsctlcsl Rest K.tate ll,erstor,
o. 1. N. HI Xtll atreet.
GFIRST.Cl.ASS BROWS STONE
P11 e'fiS'lii'' B,,t L",U, 81"""i flfteea rooms.
KleKSiit lutir- story Ilwelllns. r n Vine street, west of Bev
enteenlh ; ma'hle up the llrsl storv. I'rlre f M.1'SJ.
very en (rani lour-stiiry brown stone trout Ilwelltoaoa
Vine streit, east nl Mstiti enih. Price l l.tsm.
Niat three. ouarter liwelllnir. No. I1.10 Hummer street ;
lot ami building. feel front hv 111 feet to Nprtng street.
1'rli e ll Itsj. Ihrce-story all thronkh.
Neat larvslmellini. Sn.V.uH Haee street ; fllleen roosnat a
lot tl h lii. 1'rli a t'tl.
I lr.t-rate lie slilnit. four-story, on Arh street, west of
Twenty first; utleo,n rooms I'rli e e,,;ss.
Three silenilldly built loiir-smrv HwelllnKS oa KUhert
stii it, east of Nitieteenth. Price S!sv eti-h. fessl
MaitnttU'ent lotir-sbirv brown stone front Dwelling ou
Sjmnje street west of Hevonteenth. Price S JI.O 0.
Seat Ilwelllllgon the north shle 'hesnut street, east of
nixteeuth; lot in by l-'J feet deep. Price $ll.fs).
Hplei.did doulilo ftont livvi-hinit on West Clie.nut street
elshteen riwim. Price eio.t.ia.
Neat 5lde-VHtd Owelllni: on prnce street, west of Tenth!
lot -J hy Hi feet ileep Price s.lil.
Msirnltlcetit four-.story brown stone front Ilwelllns oa
north .side Mummer street, west of AlxtesnLh; lot iu by 1.11
Ifot to Winter street. Price Slr.jOO.
POR HAI.K Three of thoss very elegant and desirable
sIHe.Varil Iluelllnw. on M..nnl Vernon street. Meal a
Twentieth: lots a by 114 leet deup. Price Srsoo each.
MIR HAI.K. Two nest well-built dwellings on Walls'
street, west of Twentieth ; lots 20 by SO feet to a street.
Price Si.isi. Possession soon.
Itesldes a street nunitier ol others, located In West Phils
delpbla, llosa streel.Oermantown, Ckesnul Hill, Ae.
IIKOHIIK li. MII.I.KR,
PracllOJl Real It. late a cent and Hmker,
Ho. IM N . SIXTH Street.
ff FOR KAI.K, M'lTlI rOSSESSIO.V IM
jLikmedlaieh Hiilendld sldo-vard DwelUnc, Mo. SI
1 iniiklln street: lot i.', by lit. Price tVl.j.M.
Meat side yard liwelliufs oa the east side Franklin,
north ofl'oplar Price SW.O and SI2JXX).
Klenalit and well-hullt llwrlilnj. So. W PTinklin Btreet :
lot IK leet K li dies b) i:'.'. feet deep. Price :).
Neat lwtlllnit, s.iiith side Mount Veruon street, wast of
Twentlelh : lot ye by Its). Price etaj,
Nuot HwelllnK, now empty. No. ilUi Green street : tea
rooms : lot HU tret deep. Price f .uno.
Ueeldcs a r, al nuniber ot others.
Ho. 1M N. MX I'll aurost.
MOUNT MORIAH CEMETERY. TWO
apiindld Lots at a sacrlrloe, psMltlvety.
Ko.lM W. SIXTH Street.
ejm FBR SALE. A NEAT, LAROF, MAN
C( slon, at Duy's lane station, (dcrmantown) : contains
tela rooms, Ave on llrat ll.Hir: maolu, CoacJi-house,
eh gant tlartlen. Ac : lot Hi feel front, SaOlll feet deep.
10 s street. Price Udioo. !s,l,P.R,
Mo. 1.V1 K. Blafrs atroet.
em FOR 8AI.E. LAROE FACTORY, NEAR
Ak Orraantown. on the Railroad Large Lot, with
hwitch to connect with Railroad. Htreaui of water runs
thMuih Uie premises. Steam JCtnilne. Hharllns and ail
complete Larue bheddlnif, Ae. Possession siren. Prloa.
llO.Ot'O, ckar. . MILLBR,
144 N- "1TU Streat. .
NEAT PWELLINQ (FOUR STORY)
No. Ti'l Nineteenth atrael . ,( In K ia,, ru.. d-i-.
'isO. Now elBDtv.
MAGNIFICENT COUNTRY SEAT AND
ii arm of ;tn acres, In Ihe rnry choicest portion of
liucks county. M ist be seen to be properly appreciates!.
fffl NEAT COUNTRY SEAT OF 18 ACRES.
ik or, the HarerCird mad. 4 miles from th Market
w as an Vs.-sallfcr , J
SUPERIOR FIRST-CLASS FARM TEN
miles tVotn the CitV. Oil the Pnn..h.nl. Pui ,
KallroaU, containiuK OS acres. Price S.OJss).
CKOIUIK C MII.LKR,
Heal Estate Acent and Hroker,
Ho. IM N. 81XTU H trees.
$575 BOUNTT TOE OITE TELH,
TENTH WARD T5-OA
OeVthNMK.ST loo sM
raid tn all recruits ciedlti d to Die Tenth Wtrd.
A. I. FllANOISOUS,
Treasurer Tenth Ward Bounty Pund,
MS-et No. 513 MARKET STREET.
KRAFT! DRAFT! DRAFT! f
Ai man meetinir of th 8venth Ward, mMloa wu
put &nd CMrrlad to tipn ubacrlption IIM of lu0 and $ p0,
lrVtiluhHUbtcriijUoa uiiuredfrum th draft or thvotonv km
to l reliiudra. A om sUui.dwitandn4t'eaii i iit
I hope to remove H by tht follgwioiv explnna loo: tom
peiboni iiipiNiaeaouiiiMiiaUoii furuied, ubcrl.iijr iu(
Hmonnt, will purclaM Hultitut. applv- to th PrWTot
laikhul, e p-trt.it) n he wlU accept them io advance tor aur
one ot the number that muy be draitud.
I he question aikei.wiil the lO.OoO agrecto thatarraiifi
mvtrtr lo which X reply, Nu Me ol tlie kind wai ever en
tertalued by any of the Committee; we simply propjue to
oritaule a Ward Iimurane Aeaoolatlon, by whioti any
kuhici lbr dratted on the ftch ol Hep eiiiber out of the jolul
funtJwll be purohaAed a lubttliute. ISow, ay 100 oltl
7en ubictibtt $iuit each, amount to $10,000: ailwto
be drafted ; V0 lubiututea.at $ 0Oeach. 1 lO.OOO. Adiolt
they cMt t76or (itiCO; add or double the ubtortption.
Vhedraitrd Individual hi th jolul arrangement I pro
vhkd a SubtUute for$10u, thrMy avlii.f $000 to $400.
)tiday I viiud thdofrlc of th Piovoit; la hij ab
aenre oonrerted with hti (entlemanly asatitant, who '
remarked, a Ward Imnranc AMSrOclttlon, under th
clmtm.lancei, wu the thintf raouired, Ave. be eaul
Uilht b dratted, or 100 or nitty be -W; In either c
the beneOt art-rued to the subm riber. En large the Idea to
contprenetid -XjOcltiK-na.or $ 0 each, amouutj to$MtUUO;
iwjt a 'lreanurer, and appoint a oommltlue to acertln
whether iMXi volunteer could be obtained at &) ward
bounty, which wiu id b $',U, if $uu txmnty b de
manded, douM ior $M, makiiitf the amount M),0nO. Yt
uniiertai.d, that nut on dollar be appropriated, ualeaa th
atnuuut aubucrlbud ooverv thedeAcleitc; of the ward (fit (Ha,
ai otherirtuie an injuitk: would be 100 the lubaortbtr by
obtalnlnit and ulnK hie ubavrtptl4n to benefit uUlder. '
and ubjuctlntf him totharlxh of being drafted. If tha ,
Joint tubirrlptlon ibiatfnt vttltiutaers to clr th ward, I
and all autinrrlbers will not reyret the bene (It accruing
therrby to aJl by oor .uhscrlttion ; only we innei attala
thi.t object p mltlvelj before partlrg with our funds.
The Idea is an enlnrKemei.t of Mjia)lun winch eiltted
previous, t Ihe U-t dmft. Ten Individual! clubbed toge-'
iherai.d iubcrlbed H each; H i, Vturgwere dxale4
tJ.er procured labeiltutt . ll fitly such artoclauont pri
vately xleied In tlie Seventh Werd, and a propoeltkm
ubmllUd uiUted them, their aotftegate a'.aoiiplion
would nt$J.iluuu to $.',00o They lii ulith namber of
lun their miner Could purchus. hoplnir to eiver the
vvrole Wfird, fnlUnw In whit b they only c .ver their own
ebtu-ribers. Tet, because a maea meeting tnvooit and
the propoeltlon of auch an aaMTlailon l iubmltted, da
halt and liniutrle arUe, men'e atln U ar my tilled au4
time and tob. np-ta.ne lost. !.( the flfly or Uty iuboii
hera den. ami ol th eneewlve nimm ittee the eaecutlim 01
the original motion of a joint aaitot-latlon ; which. If not -complied
witn.n-orwnniye eliewbjre, form an aaovlatl(a.
Bare Uie H ard generally if weau, but th aubaenbefg .
In retard to the abov cull the meeting on Thuriday '
ventnt, wk largely attemU'd. Vurty gun He men annexed
their alynattirva to the rolli Many others have expreaaed
thiriiovntlonof doing ao. If two hundred cltlzena mora
liniuedlfitely enrol their name. Th joint 00m ml tie wiU
be eabled to arrange for clearing the en tire ward. The die
pieition maul Tevted by tlie on hundred asaoclat4 guar
anitsea iuauranca to any weuibar dratted.
llaateu, felluw-ciUxena, and annex your iltrnatur.
Clrcuinataticea. we know.oppoa your patriotic deair to
participate in til baltlea f your country, lluudreda ar
willing to occupy your poattfon In th ranka, if you auftl
clentiy eoupenaate thm, Keapond Immediately, Th
rolla are at Alderman I'atchelJ a day and evening.
Voluntary aubacrlptlona are ulao aollclted, that thettx
ctitlve Committee umyorTera ward bounty to vjluntuera.
and reduce th ahclcncy. Th mor acuredited the lead
dratted The iiiaurauce aakoelatea are one lest I labia
fur every bounty voluutevr. Th oliiieua in general reduce
To the walthy resident! w partlcnlarly appeal fir iub- 1
scrlptlonato the Volunteer Bounty 'und. Your patriot lm
nteda no atlmtiatkm. t
Hhoulder to aliouklr with their plebeian neighbors' your ,
sons and brothers marched lo Uie battl-llelJ aud abed
tlietr blood fa deenae of our nationality. Your bountooug
toutrlhutiuna hitherto swelled th fund' aggregated by
your poorer neighbor 1 your joint DorUi hava enabled
yourguiterals to dimlt-ah th area t rebellion. tlraLti
Hhenuau, and th death blow. 'J'bay w autiaunt Your
orlerliigi can prtcur them. I-nty or policy dictate tha
fropriety and necuaalty of a cheerful, Un mediate reapouee.
orwaroyour aubacrlptlona at once to th Treasurer otT
he Executive Couitiilttt-a, WM. A KoLLINd, M. K. corner
KH.UTII and M k KKKT ; or, at lila realdeuc. Wo. SM -4.
CHAIRMAN OF CQMMlTTgg.
8 EIGHTH WAHD BUUBii runii-iiii
(Milieus of the KlKhlh Ward, who tfeslra to anBoliiata
ths i Maiulrenienta ol the draft, are uotined that Uie time
Blast uas.itis away In which nien can besot. Everjr
elilzsa of the Vs ard Is umently called on to raise subscrlp-
scpl lsr B. E. (orner BIXTU and WALM'T St.
. rssir ts r r 1 an r s sra
B. BsCORNEE SIXTH AND MARKET BT8.