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- TTIE DAILY EVENING TFXEGRAM. rnnADELrHIA, T1TTJRSDAY. SEPTEMBER 8, 1801.
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J THURSDAY, SEPIBMBER, 8, 18T4.
AW iPFIAL TO THItt.K (Ol II.TIF..
It h been publicly reported Mint our city
1 about to lotus the services of three of tlia
moot Ynlnable member of Suloct Council,
Tit': Meosrs. Johk Fiiiof. Wktiimiim.,
Hf.nbt Davi, and E. Spencf.r Miixm.
We" sincerely trust that the rumor ! un
founded, or that the gentlemen alluded to will
reconsider their Intention, and by remaining
at their post atlll continue to protect and ad
vance the Interests of Uio city of rhlladulphla.
Whatever petaonal caeriflce they may make
In the unpaid, and thanklem routine of
official duty, ther hare the cheering con
sciousness that their devoted and able aupport
of erery mown re to promote the welfare of
onr cltiwna, and strengthen the hands of the
Government, and their fteathlng opposition
to every corrupt scheme of extravagance, has
been watched, and gratefully appreciated by
thouaanda of citizens of all parties. We but
echo the popular sentiment when we urge
these gentlemen net to abandon their honor
able and responsible posts,
TlIK Kltilir Rttin TO PF.UK.
Among other propositions contained In the
resolutions of the late Chicago Convention,
was. one suggesting "a cessation of hostilities,
" with a view to an ultimate convention of all
" the States, to the end that, at the earliest
" practicable moment, peace may be restored
" ou the basis of the Federal union of the
" States." A satisfactory peace la certainly
desirable. But a peace, to be valid and bind
ing on all the parties concernod, must be
regularly and legally made. Can such a peace
be concluded by a convention, composed of
delegates from all the States, North and
South t . It la very Important to settle this
question before the experiment is tried.
The war which It is proposed to end by ne
gotiation Is civil war a war bctweon tho
National Government and certain revolted
subjects, whether individuals or States. The
object of the war, on the part of the national
authorities, is to preserve the Constitution.
a-v ."JfeQovernment, therefore, can make no
peace which sacrifices the Constitution; nor
can the people, acting In their natural capa
city, and Independently of the constituted
authorities of the nation, make any kind of a
peace, without usurping the authority they
have granted to the general Government.
They have, In the Constitution, given to
Congress, expressly, tho power to make war,
and to the President and two-thirds of the
Senate the power to make treaties, which In
chides, of course, the power to make peace I
With the powers of war and peace thus abso
lutely conferred by the whole people of tho
country on the General Government, can they
resume those powers and exercise them In
Any other than the constitutional modi-, with'
out either first amending the Constitution lor
the purpose, or entirely subverting It by revo
lutionary violence f
If, Mien, peace can only be mido constitu
tlonally by tho President and the Senate, it
follows that a popular convention, composed
of delegates from all the States, can do no
more Mian discuss the question of peace, aud
possibly agree on the terms and conditions of
an adjustment to which, individually, they
would willingly assent. But sueh agreement
would conclude nothing, because the conven
tion, under the Federal Constitution, would
have no legal authority to make peace. Any
plan or basis of pacification on which they
m'.ght consent to stop the war would have to
be referred, at last, for ratification, to the Pre
sident and Senate of the United States. Any
pt-ace otherwise concluded would bo unlawful
v -In this view of Die matter, it would seem
quite natural to ask, what practical good
remit Is to be expected from such methods of
securing peace as the national authorities are
Dot likely to approve f And even if a change
of Administration were erl'ected by placing in
p wer a party that proclaims "unswerving
fidelity to the Union undorthe Constitution,"
n hat reasonable hope Is there that a conven
tic n, equally representing the seceded States,
would ever agreo ou any terms of peace which
- the cation, or its chosen representatives, could
pow-ibly accept and ratlly t
A just, legal, and valid peace can only bd
itade In the regular way. It must be con
elided, at last, by the authorities to wiirin
ts.t; people of Uiu United State have given
exclusive powerover the whole subject. All
Ver methods for ending the war will only
protract it. The Itubelliou can never be stib
di ttd by conciliation, aud all efforts to over
tone it by such means will only enuourugo
a.J strengthen a cause which rau.-t be oon
q ered, at hut, by foroo.
Aril'MN I.M llli: till Mill'.
J-'or the undiluted enjoyment of the t'i.m
L, there is uu period which preocuu a
ti mparison with that embraced in the
Interval between the early browning of the
li rest foliage and Its final full from the
branches. . . When the squirrel gathers the
dropping mast, and the red deer la In full flesh ;
when the orchards mantle with crimson and
jyurple when tho vine droop beneath the
iurden Of their grapes ; when the air Is bracing
tod the Wild game free then, aud not until
then, does the golden moment arrive, when
every moment of each day makes even the
sense of 11 delicious; autumnal sports,
autumnal fruit, the hunt, the corn-gatheriug,
the apple bee, and the husking frolics are
ources of delight, which can never become
'wearisome even to those with whom they are
constantly familiar. The farmer's boy never
right for the city in the fall months. In the
Jtpring, the prospect of long days of toll
of - bending over the plough-handles,
V stooping u the hoe, of the tedious process
,of luimiwing, and seeding, may cause his
heart to long for tha apparent life of ease lod
t by the city merchant or the city clerk. But
liow he wonld laugh to acorn the slightest
! intimation that any stale of exUtencocould
1 be more fully charged with beatitude than that
lie can enjoy white autumn, with UvUh Uber
i klity, is pouring out her gifts before him. . ,
v The beats of summer In the country are
.'SrotjUwilJ quite M Insupportable as they are
here. Not every (hrm-boose Is shaded, nor la
wattT always easily accessible. The roads are
exposed parched, hot, and dusty; while to
cull a baskot of fruit or berries frequently
Involves the necessity of a tedious walk, for
whlrb the object Is anything but a recom
pense. To He on one's back beneath a tree,
and gaze upwards at tho sailing clouds, or
take a lazy view of the prospect, If the posi
tion rommands one, may do for a day or two
Hut, besides the pleasure! of Inertia for
who tools like activity when the thermometries!
fluid Is leaping out of the glass? what com
parison can Micro be between the charms of
the. country hi July and Its attractions In Sep
tember f But, as we have already said, for
our Ideal of the maximum of mundane happi
ness, commend us to a locality like some of
our own Inland counties, with a perpetual
relf?u of September and October.
When every marsh Is populated with full
fed snipe and woodcock; when partridges and
quails are sporting upon the margin of every
wood, and making the air vocal with their
mimical whittle ; when tho scoop-net let down
Into the stream is drawn up filled with fish ;
when the racoons begin their noctnrnal
ravages upon the sweet-apple trees, and naturo
In general Is jubilant and exulting then we
should listen to a sentenco of eternal banish
ment to such scenes without an Inclination to
tier a word of remonstrance.
REVEXI'K IsKCIsilnlsT t'AKRI 1KS.
The Boston papers publish tho following de
cision concerning the tax on carrlags manu
"Tkbasibt Dkparthrnt, Officii Commis-
IONKB INTBKMAL KKYKNI'H, BOptelnOor il.
mt. Sir: Yours of A o aunt Vi and August 27
are received. In reply, I bare to say that wheels
oid in an uiiliiiinheil state, and 'increased
in value by being polished, painted, vatmished,'
c, ate suoKCt to a lax or : per cent, ait
akirrm upon the amount of the increased
value, under section and the proviso in
section 94 in the paragraph relating to furni
ture and other articles maue of wood. But the
laim to be deducted by the maaaucture of
arriaRrs 'when boagnt is not well founded, as
the carriage is not 'an article made of wood,' but
of wood combined with other materials iu its con
traction. Wben the wheel is adjusted to ths
arriaee. of which it furms a necessary part, it is
used to complete a structure or article, which in
its entirety pays a duty ad valorem. Tnls article
or structure is a combination of materials, coin-
posed of wood, iron, nails, cloth, and other ms'e
ria's, all of which before their application to the
carriage were mhiect to taxation.
" When a manufacturer produces an article or
special application in his uuaiaess, nemg nut a
part ol a structure in the line ot his nutttucjs, as
Intbscasoo' a carriage makor a hub, spoke,
or a wheel, which would be by thotu who made
such fabrics a speciality for sale, the law will not
Impose a tax upon such part, hut will lory the
tax upon the carriao or entire structure when
complete. But should he make nails, cloths, or
other articles or gcnoral commercial value, ana
not special! v applicable to his mannuciare, sucn
product will bo stihjnet to taxation.
"K. A. Roi l ins, Deputy Commissioner.
"Amos Notks, Esq , Collo. for Fifth District,
Walnut Sthhbt Tubatuh. Edwin Booth
a "IUsi.it."-Tha regular fall and winter season was
Inaugurated at the Walnut on Monday evantojc, wnen Mr.
Kowln booth appeared as "Hamlet." Notwithstanding
the unusual inetemenev of Iba waa-lier, tha house was
tilled tooverflowing with a largaand fashionable audience.
Thl la to be attributed Iu a lareo deitroo to the eaKerneaa
with wl. icq the public welcome back the le-ltlraate standard
drama, after a long banlihtnnt from Its accustomed
haunts. 1 heatre-goera have become Inoroughly tired and
diajlUkted with such sensational plays at tha Rrtnti
Itvrtn, and otnt-r traaa with which our theatres bare been
d'-uiK' a 'oe aimn nine.
M-. Hootit was announced in tne titm as bent? without
a Uvinit rival In the liupornonatin of'-lliitnlet.l" This may
be a iif tiled conviction In ttie mind of the enthusiaitlc
biill!cis mtmafcer of the Walnut and It looka vnry pretty
upon (be bill, but there was more titan on person pre
sent at the pfrtWrntftnce who tliiuigtii otherwise. We do
not rt-membor to have seen Mr. Uooth perform" II smlet"
so mineral ly. According tt his rendition, lustead of a
grass, calculating philosopher, whlro. all hnatlne Hhalce
tpvare's "Hamlet" to have been, we were cun-iuntlr re
mind d of a passionate youth, who was out of tomper,
ti, rvouftly ImaUvnt to get ttironsh with the buslnejs on
band. 1 o bt- aure, Uu- worthless stock company who were
t-xptctedto supoortMr. Ilonth were suttlcient tolrritste
ss kood-ualured a man as Hlr John Kalstatl; but then a
"ta " of Mr. ltonth's prctenslMtis should never allow blni
scli to lose his temper on the stage.no matter what the
ttrovocallon. l!eidps. while there are such actors as Mr.
Ji.mes K. Murdoch and K. L. lavenpit-t, It Is too great an
ar.si.mp' ion. eiuicr on ttie pan ot .vir. nooinor nis irienus.
to supp' e at lie is "vrituoutaiivuigrivar intneciurac
'l liose h ho lists witnessed the splendid Impersonatloa
cl tliln ctiaraclerhy Ulr.ilamet Murd'icli, could not fail
li. uote the infrrinrit of Mr. Booth s anting and elocution.
Xo one could, with Instlce, aa ol Mr. Huoth, as an old
critic live aald of Mr. Murdoch, that when he appears la
ll.e ,cond cie, rtrht act, he looks as th'uwh he had lost
l.ls OfHreht frlci.d aad been weeping for uiiu at least two
Mr. To'th has msny personal uua!l tea which go ta
make a good act, rlenen line even, and, judln trout
tlir manner in which he roUed them, he knows hw to ute
th'in will, etre-1. 1 hay areespeclaSy useftil tolihnln ficA
ut il il, hut we do no, think they should be brought Into
sueh fieiiueat riuisttlon in Uamlet. His young and hand-soitu-
tare, Ins rich alnincance uf'knotted and cuukMned
l,H;ks.'' towcther with his deilcateiv-tormed Ugure, make a
Kooo appearance on the stasc.and are especially pleaalug 1 1
the lauu-k. but none of UacKe can comirt-UNate, in the ayes
of the ludii loiia. lor piAr acting and worie elocution.
ill pte cit stink company at tin Walnut ntroot
Tl'ettra are dtttcient la their profession at to i,s
almost beneaui criticism. 'I lie play of lnM on Hon-
uav etiniior. liovtrt plainly mo necessity roranewand
. udicUie siggctiiaiiiigt r 'I lie cast, h .wevet . was perhaps
as gMd as lite nisterlsl si haud would urford.hul at llist-c-ie
theatre Use the v aluut, a p rson ox,Mnts to see at
1,-net two or ttire-' CH-diUtl,:e aitlsts soring in stock
louipane "Ophelia,'' though one of ti e most prusilne'it
i l.arscters In ti e p y. was ersoiia ed er Mrs. O Henri,
whu, tkoush she makes an eace lent "chatn'ierm id,"
or a ifood "waiklns lady." was as in kward m -'opuelia
us an upscplii.t.t Mieo oouutry slrl Mrs. Alealna Kisher
!lhki wi- psrnrulaily co'd ai d mt-cnanka: as "Oieen
(ienmde " Lis, a oumlieroi toe other mem'jers of the
(ciupaiit slta was not as well potcd as she shou d hava
l,ren in htr part. In ihe see md S'-enc of the Srt act she
asked "Usui 1st," in raiallou to Ids latlier's death,
"Why seems 1" so otid-osi,.- wph tliee?
!n a'l fr.e edi'lous we ht'sev-T seen of Hhskespears,
an J as Klveu by Mrs. I' ollleid, aid oihvrdtiUiieut autrus.iti,
this sep'ecce r.e' always been
"Why seeo s it to tntrlirnlav with thus?"
T'ie aetieisl app. a ai. ot ner dress ti I hair ludkated a
slovenly nesds'eooe wl.oll.V Unp.trdohrihltf III o ie assuialilg '
so important a cu.rc.er. ,
Of Mr B. 1.. Il'lon a. die "flho-t." wo hare little tn snv.
we recommend him l.oweser, nefore I caerst nitiu the i
naracli-r aseln. t ,
sioM-eh of the 'illiost
"tisai e-V a'X'il niiy
yh's psrt m- re ner'e'tly. T.ie '
' .s as t.itu.iiar to a: lueatre-guers ss
e I oi imt tn he," I
and sues alarln r.nil.amn. as Mr. Tl.tuo male eaiiuotsu !
!ii.u(.tiec, etj. by ilia most su. errlilal. 'Hie c!i,r.iclt,r
of 'rnlia.iiis.- acrtev an,l llafa-u,," tell into an-
-elhul LaliUs, anj ae e trca 4l auc'irUlna.y. Mr. Hacey
icnai s a iH.i-r attempt at e,i g ir. i ;.ai,-r s puce a io
VVeiuut. aict iln,.u wlia nave aeea Sir Keac.t,, or Mr.
il,euell a "I aei i s," aciiilr r-rry al ' Hur.itt ," wiU
I. r'i a ier, l-i u.ti'e lul-il.m of the trisrliir.lc ariltily of Mr.
lleisa-ana Mr. AnCera,4i. '
w a i ani.ot '.nil' la n.ati.,B t'tr ereiitabie in in n r la
a liich air it. .- la -l 'K us Claudius ;' we it'i n
nli, W 111, a f,f'n he hitm yestl ta,M eharae'er. DUI e -ll '
t'u.M l.a t nitiia r.ittfi-1 a u tt'r than baia Mr n
llenipli ,i r c:ed"slm an -mi t raved iiuer.' fc'll Is liardlj
i iji'ul to Mr. V ii.i. iloweis iu tiiat uti.i-a, tr.
Sir It i'ti. i. ays "ilaiul-t' l,-al.Ut. Tn aniisn was '
di ri,el fill, ,1 llli a v i ri repi-c stile iiutt si..illvi, daitl
i e last veitiu, ami tt e a,p aiise was vue. ul and very
ilaili tut .
(km Soiiu k. In's evening Professor M.
' ( .niLL.-tl. to an wiiuiit tin-re i, un better teiclnr of
i'si 1 1 In I'lillndelii'il' . si . es l
s u'ahd ipeulus soiree lu
I aiCet r, .
vi ,11 lie ..lv cl
lls'l. kiuttwt r. ri e r Klith'li and Mprlng
, a Leu a I, u iri -ssai- ol -!V ne tM-i lolia n in isic
iv Ihe excel. ent viciiesira tvherli his lieeu
e rricansi l has ofllv iust ret'imed trom Kuniuu, an I
a ill n.riuilii. c a) il lemh hi, c'sms ul liiatmctlon a lie
n1 tii'liroved vs.am nf daarinu in a ciiinimriitlve'v sli irt
I ii.il u. luif. J.et all lis iiieatut at the sniiaa tin
Mks. John Dhbw's Audi Stksut Tukatrb.
The Inclintent weatLar has not Interfered with tha success
of ths first week of th season at this house. Btandlng
room haii been in reuuMtlon without a supply each even
It's, al.it the lars audiences have b-n deilxiited with
aituuratil rapresetitatloiis of standard old cniucdtta.
ilne uew lueuilHTS of the company ara bacoluins ureal
fatothts already, asid tne lauitiiar lu'-ea are srsnludas
llatu rliii'ly as uf old.
The Jtaleut Hire is thsaomeriy aelarted for thll avs
nttig. It Is one of the best lu the language, and abounds
wltb Wit. liutuur, aud tru ulctaies ol real life. Ttie
leu!iatlv farce el Ilia I'ott f Honor will couclud the
biU, islth Mr. Kosaon and atlas Jeileraon as ttielteio and
heroine. Ta-niortoiv evening airs, lirew lakes bunent,
when she will appear la two capital comedies, stipooried
hy th entire strength of the oomi-auy. Oa Saturday
right a (real bill will b offered.
Geo van's Niw Cuksnvt 6tbrtTustrh.
wllftin,wltli th maanlUcant and wonderful toiustaia of
colored waters, still tills tnls bouse every evtuing. Mr.
Blnn, tii nrtauager, ha ban re'inestcd to let the i!c
raaiaia as the aiu-aciion for a law days lonser, and, we are
plvasad to learn, will endeavor to purtecl arrangenif nta so
as to acow to the geuaral wish. A gruud uiatluee will ha
filven ua Saturday afternoou, for th aceouioioatlon of
aillva and chlMrea. We learn that great uoveltios arc lu
preparaUon ai tlia new Coesaut, aud hop to b ablt to
nucuue thsiu lu a lew days.
Some live thousand acres of marshy land in
Norfolk and Liucoliu-hire 1 to be recujined and
formed into a new County, called Victoria county.
To a fair for the benefit of a Catholic orphan
asylum in Dublin, the tm press of the French
ha sent a muguititeutl executed clock, bearing
an eiuet-triau statue of the Kmperor la bronze.
Cardinal Antonelll has forwardud a splendid
trt.. consisting of a charmingly cut cameo neck
IuetiiUut, ou which is represeuted ths head of Ihe
Saviour set lu hae gold and richly enameled.
rHIVATMt lloel, TV M nr.it' ao
4'IATIOM. To tht KAitt of Tf Xninff TMrfmph.
8ia . Philadelphia has ever been noted for ths
superior instruction Imparled to yonth In her
private schools ; and although ths trainers of tho
yenng Idea In these school appear to keep pace
with (he progress of this prORressIvs sge, yet it
would doubtless greatly accrue to the advantage
of both teacher and pupil If the private-school
teachers wonld form an association (similar to
that recently orpranlred under tho name of "The
l'lilladelphia Press Cltth"), fnr nnraal consulta
tion, and the advancement of their high and nobis
Having recently cnnver! with many of these
teachers, I find that lint very few are personally
acqtinintfil knowing each other merely hy repu
tation ; and it i this seemingly antip.ithotlc f.-cllng
that prompts ins to urge, through ynur columns,
npon the teachers of the private schools of I'hila
dnlphia the benefits to lie th rived by the forma
tion of a teachers' association, where they m ly
"do good sml cointiianlc ite," to the advancement
of tht ir high calling a vocation second to none
other in importance and rc-punsibility.
Respectfully, yours, Caitoi.t's.
Pit ila iiKLi'ii l a, September R, 1801.
1INI'AT4'II from AIIIKAI. l AltR ttH T.
lni t lenlnrsi or Krtltirt Ion or I'nrl Morsrsin.
The following in relation to ths bombardment
of Kort Morgan was received at the Navy Do-
parlmcnt yesterday morning:
Ft Ansiiir "'IlAHTPoan." Moiiii.f Bay, August
2:t, lWit Hon. Oldeon Welles, (Secre'ary of the
Mavy. Sir r -I have the honor to Inform tha
Iiei'Aitmcnt that on the evening of tho 21st inst .
Ueticral Uranger informed me that his batteries
would l e ready to oon on Fort Morgan at day
light me next morning, i aoeoruinciy gave
directions for the monitors and tho vessels with
snitHlilo gnus to move up and be ready to open
upon it with the army.
l nan previously lanaoa lour a incn guns, and
placed them In battery under the command of
l.lciiU-uant II. B. Tyson, of the Hartford, and
manned them with crews taken from the Hart
ford, llronklim, Iticinond, ami Larkn wanna, in
conjunction with tho batteries of ths army. At
daylight, on the 'id, the bombardment began
from the shore batteries, the monitors, and ships,
inside the bar and outside, ami a more magnili
cent Ore I think has rarely been kept un for
At H 50 P. M. the citadel took Cre. and tho
general ordered the near batteries to redoubts
their tire. Ate this morning an explosion took
place in the fort, and at 6 30 the white flag was
ditpluycd on the fort. I immediately sent Fleet
Uaptain Drayton to meet ueneral uranger to
arrange the terms for the surrender of the fort.
1 bese were that tho fort. Its garrison, and all
public property should be surrendered uncondi
tionally, at 2 o'clock to-day, to tho army and navy
I or cis oi toe unueei Mates.
These terms wore agreed to hy Brigadier-General
Richard L. Page, formerly a commander in
I shall send the garrison, officers, and mon at
once to New Orleans.
Very respectfully, your obedient servant,
1). O. Fakraout, Hear Admiral.
T1IK RFltEI. ACrOl'sjT OF Til R NATAL
tls.lIT IX MOIIII.K BAY.
from tht Itiromonii DUpatch.
The following Is a letter from the late execu
tive officer of the Tennessee, which wo publish as
the flrt account of the fight in Mobile bay, from
any person who was on board that ship during
the action :
"Usitkij Statss Strau Frioats 'Potomac,'
rHNHACoi.A Bat, August 12. Notwithstanding
you mu-t have heard of the loss of our dear old
ship, and of my becoming a prisoner in the hands
of the enemy, I fancy that a short note from me
sronld not be unwelcome, nor be considered super
fluous at this time. We were certainly under the
hoaviest fire that ever a ship received since ths
war began. Three strong und formidable iron
clads, one of them certainly our equal,
and fourteen regular men-of-war, wore
playing on na at tho closest possible
quarters, with 9, 11, and 15-inch solid shot,
and with apparently no intermission, from the
time we regularly engaged the fleet until the time
of surrender a period of probably an hour. We
met them as they entered the harbor, and did our
best to "ram" several of the largest vessels,
using, of course, our guns at the samo time. The
Yankees bad too much speed for ns though, and
got by na into the hay, with only the injury done
them by our batteries. We then were alone. The
O'ninri was in a sinking condition, and was run
ashore near Fort Morgan. The Selma had sur
rendered, and tho Morgan had left us also, and
was under the guns of the fort. In the face of all
this, onr gallant ship, after running up our colors
and the Admiral's flag again, which had been
shot away as the enemy passed ns, stood across
the bay, and, singly and unassisted, wo engaged
the most lormiuaoie ucot tnai tne xanKces
' could get into that harbor. Thus Greek met
Greek; "then eatuo ths tug of war." Tho lire
was teally terrible. Coupled with that, four of
, their largest vessels, one of them iron-plated on
the stem, ran Into us at fall speed and in quick
i succession. The ramming part of the alfair did
j us no harm in the world, however, and their
1 9-incb. solid shot bounded from our sides like
ordinary pebbles. Tho 11-inch hurt us sornu,
aud the 15 inch pierced the iron aad f 'rood
out the wood on the inside, but did not, how
ever, get through. By-and-by the Ad
miral was wounded, and one or two were
killed, and aliout the same time our after
part became jammed by a shot, and was ren
dered useless. Next, away went our wheel
roiies, and the relieving tackles camo into
play. We steered in this way tor probably half
an hour, when they, too, were shot away, as
' well as the smoke-stack, and men we wera un
able to niako steam, or to get a single gun to
bear upon the enemy, me fleet saw our con
dition, and taking advantage ot it. look ui p wi-
I t'ons astern and on each quarter, and were as
perlet tly sale and clear ot our liaferies as it they
is it titer ,
were a hundred miles away. In this state of i
things, nothing couid be done to des roy the ship
wi hout destroying every soul on boird, und the
admiral and captain considered (its I think very
properly) that they h id no rl -lit to pursue such
a course. All had fought with perfect despera
tion, and had done their duty like brave aud
gallant Southern limn a e expected t ) do, aad
were rendered as uuh.ippy as men ever became,
when at Inst it was discovered to be impossible to
move or steer the vessel, and, in consequence,
surieuder became necessary. The Yankees have
! her now, and 1, with tho Captain ami Lieutenant
Whiirtnn, are on our way to a northern prison.
We shall undergo all that is put upon us with be
1 coming dignity and limine. I leave here for
New York or Bo-ton (I don't know which) in ten
, days or a fortnight. Wo me fretted very kindly
as yet, unu are as comtunauie as we care lor.
Nkrts-li of Ike Kebi-I IJrneritl f irssn.
Brigmlii r fien. ral John II. Mo-gan is tho eld st
of six brothers, all of whom have tieen in the
Rebel service. He was born near Lexington,
Ky., alaiut the year 1M2S, and is the sou of a
manufacturer ,f joaus lu that neighborhood.
He received his education, also, in that Kttte.
He raised a company of Kentncklans for the
I Mesucun war, tint tailed to gut it into service.
After that war had endt ' he entered into the jean
bui-iness, and married a Miss Kchncca llra e,
since dead. When the Keoellion broke out he
' raised a band of guerillas in Kentuckv, he buine;
' at 'hat time a captain of the "Lexington Kill is.'
; a militia organization, and went with them into
the seceded Mates, l-'rotu bis eirly youth ha
bad been a daring, reckless rider, an 1 was w .1
suited to the line of ths service he hid chosen.
He first began bis operations in Mts otiri,
w in re bis name at last became a terror and a
! btigixar. Ho then moved into Kuntucky, oue
! rated near llacon creek, and harassed tht! llm m
j army of the Ohio during their iidvauee towards
: Nushvillc. He had attached to his staff a telu-
irrBpu oi erniur nauivu n.iswuiiii, wuo, usmig
, . . , ,
ueepateue. were sens in cypuor, wouiu uaatj itiej
Orders OI tue t niotl oiucers iroia ttie wire, aua
thus defeat all plans of Union operations, the
Itebels being realty to meet tuern. tor
his skill he was apiaiiuUd a colonel, and
afterwards a brigadier-general, of the provi
sional army of the Itebel States. During Novem
ber, Itxi.', he was acting Willi lit air g iu Tennessee,
and was there married to a Miss Heady, who
ran the blockade to Murtreesboro for that pur
pose. He continued his operations south of the
Cumberland river until July, lHC:),whonhe made
his dash through Kentucky into Indiana and
Ohio, on which occasion he and his band were
captured and imprisoned. He dug his way out
of iiis cell on tha night of November 27, llti l,
and, after many hazardous escapes, succeeded In
reaching the Kebul lines late in December, lis
tlii-ii act aliout rainiuir a new command, nndar
orders from the Uebel War Department of Janu I
ary 2n, imi ; ana auring tus curly summer ot tea
present year he was again in the saddle, opera
ting in Western Virginia aud Eastern Kentucky.
The bbttcs bordering on the Ohio river soon
rai.-ed men enough to resist his advance, aud bis
raid resulted lu a failure. His command was,
therefore, attached to the cavalry forces opera'ing
around Atlanla.and served under Whee'.ur during
the recent raids upou Sherman's communica
tions. During this last raid be has lost his Ufa.
General Morgan is reputed to have been very
kind to hi prisoners, and to have respected ths
usages ol war in bis treatment of the dead of our
force that fell into his hands. Il was a man of
aliout six feet in height, straight a an arrow, and
well prooi Honed. His hair was light and curly,
aud he wore a heavy beard and moustache, with
out side whiskers. His eyes were small aud
grey, and bis complexion fair.
lTrKS FROM EraOfrEAK ' rAPESI.
Umrr Mrflellitn'a ftomlsjistleiw.
nis rni!ciPi,BS "mot vsrv ci.rab" to rkoiAkd
THS LOIS HON 1IMHS WARTS A PRACB rHKSt
DKMT. From the London Timet, AHpitt 27.
' In Amorlea, however, Wis military
event yield in Importance to the political. While
each succeeding month displays the unbending
firmness of the Southerners, there are many signs
of h relaxation of purpose among their opponents.
The nomination of General McClellan us the l)o
n ocratlc candidate for the Presidency is now not
unlikely, if the will i f New York should prevail
with the representatives of the party. Tho prin
ciples of Oi neral McRlcllan are not sery clear;
bo hits nlwavs been looked upon as a war Demo
crat, a bi ing as anxious for union and ttie old
Constitution as any mun In the land, lint when
events move so rapidly men move with them.
Hhould any opponent of Mr. Lincoln lie elected,
there ran hardly be a doubt that tho policy of tho
piescnt I'teriitlent ill bo abandoned during the
ensuirg four Ours. On the ollur hand, it may
lie doubted if the Republicans are more Inclined
tor tho recognition of the South, or even for rreon
rllia'lon with it, than they were a year ago. Thoy
have an Immenso political power; they give away
thousand of places and comml-lons; they dis
burse millions upon million of money thoy
Comniaud the army and the navy, and they havo
on Hit ir side all who havo flourished and are
flourishing by tho war. They know thoroughly
what they want, which is more than a large part
of the Democrat do, and they will strain ovory
nerve to succeed. During the noxt two months
we shall behold a struggle as tierce as that be
tween the opposing armies themselves. Thore
will be hut one wish among Kuropcag nutlons
that a l'rcsident may be elected unpledged to a
war policy, and capable of acting with firmness
and independence during the coming Presidential
This Victory stt Mobile.
The L ndon Army and .Vm-y (lazette says the
sin cos obtained la-fore Mobile, even iu its pro
si lit proportions, is very considerable, and w.ll
do much to revive the spirit of the North. It
shows, however, the great natural drawbacks to
operations at that ciiy from venomous Insects,
bent, Ac. The aitlclo also speaks as follows
upon the peace prospects : "Hero lot nsdecla e
our belief that tho exlstenco ot a peace parly is
mythical. We are told of one hundred thousand
r tropic meeting to support General McClellan.
)ms anyone believe that a military President,
v. ho has been beaten In the bold by Confederate
generals, is going to proclaim peace at the head
of his armies ? Certainly, if ho does.it will be
the signal for danger to the neighbor of tho
North and of the South. As long as there is a
ray of hope to light it on, tho Nurih wiil march
through the storm and darkness towards its cod
nnrrlnge f llelle Iloyfl. V
Prom tht European Timtt.
On tho 25th, a most interesting ceremony of
marriage took place at the church of St. James,
l'iecadilly, London. The bridegroom, Lieutenant
Samuel Wilde Harding.;, who is about thirty year
of age, was an olllccr in the United Slates Nary,
holding tho rank ot lieutenant on board the
American war steamer ConnwfiV-ui. The lady,
who is about the same ago as the gallant brido
groom, was tho daughter tf General Boyd, of the
army of the Southern States, who lately expired
In prison, having been made prisoner by tho
Federals. The lady's career is full of the most
eventful, heroic, and romantic features. 11 or
father, who possessed vast estates in Virginia,
early embraced the cause of Southern indepen
dence, was soon entrusted with command,
obtaining the rank of general. Ilia daugh
ter, the bride, enthusiastically embraced
the same cause, followed her father to
the field, and accompanied him throughout
his campaign with lbs ce.ebratcd " Stonewall"
Jackson, and on two occasions, heroically, as a
modern Joan of Arc, led on the troops to battle ;
she was, however, in a skirmish capiured, and
made prisoner, and conveyed to Washington,
win re she was imprisoned. Here she remained
111 months, when she was exchanged for General
Cochrane, who had tieen made prisoner by the
Confederates. Un her return to the South, Bhe
went on board the (lieyhound, Confederato
steamer, which was raptured by the Federal
steamer Connecticut while running the block
ade. Lieutenant Ilurdinge was sent on board
the llrtyhmmd as a pri.e-m aster, with his young
heroine as a prisoner. The result was that
they mutually became enamored and escaped to
gether trom tho ship, and found their way to this
country, the bride having succeeded in withdraw
ing her lover from his allegiance to the United
Suites flag, and enlisted his sympathies and sup
port for the South. It is tho intention of Lieu
tenant llardinge with his bride, to leave this
country ut the end of September to run tho
blockade, and enter the service of tho Southern
Suites. The marriage eorteifti was comparatively
privato, being conllucd to the bridesmaid and two
or tiiree lady fr.ends, the bridegroom being at
tended by a nnmber of American gentlemen con
nected with the South. After tho conclusion of
the ceicniony tho parties repaired to the Bruns
wick Hotel, Jermyn street, where the bridegroom
has resided since Irs sojourn in this country, aud
partook of an excellent dejimer.
UesterHl Tout Thumb is Kb titer.
The New York correspondent of tho Bjitoti
1'ost is responsible for the following :
A very important pbysilogical quostlon has
been set at rcct; although the circumstance has
been kept unusually quiet, and those horrible
tell tales, the newspapers, have, through their
ignorance, been as silent as the most fastidious
reader could desire. After this dignilied and
solemn proeiuial, which I have discreetly Intro
duced by way of breaking the news gently, I
suppose I am at liberty to sty bluntly that Mr.
and Mrs. Tom Thumb have got a ba'iy a real,
genuine flesh-aad-blood chip of tho old blocks,
und three months old at that! Those who have
seen the "blessed brat" describe It as neither a
world's wonder nor a world's flight, but a little,
crvinu dull of a thing, uud in no respect peculiar
or remarkable, except in llie promise It gives of
. ...ii . 'i.n.i ....,r ie u iiu.u
! coming as big again as either of its immediate
i '.,ain .. iuh. r of iu immediat,
Not being the seventh son of a seventh son.
- I won't pretend to enter into the s.-ientitiu
questions involved in this hunt naturo? farther
than to congratulate the happy parents and
Grand) Buinura upon this addition to the
i happy lamily at Bridgeport ; even if it does not
A. .iilvlliHIn u aililitrl ftlt-iftwllv t1 ih STr.Ult lIlOlW.
I man's stock in trade. Mr. and Mrs. Thumb (Out
' not their "little plukey") are shortly to be
exhibited here for a tow weeks, and then will go
. abroad under Mr. Barnum's auspices, a three
i years' contract having been entered into between
the parties, ilarnnm intends twirling bis Toumbi
at the Court of Kugland and France, to st trt
with ; and, having done this, the little creatures
i will be tcadv for the inspection of the curious
thousands in foreign lands, who will not fail to
I lie attracted to an exhibition so unique an I edi
fying. Who wouldn't like to belong to a dwarfs
family nuder Mub circumstances
TIlOKHB-HTOCKTiiN. un thoDtli Instant, at Grace
(himli, hy Ihe Key. Wm. IL Ht.Kikton Key. W.M. .1.
1UOKNK ol Altentowu, 1 ,10 Mlas I.LIZA at. H10CK.
TUN.ui this city.
UIU Kft.-On the Sth Instaul, FLIZA II. 11KKKD,
ahlovi ot Hulnuel t. Itn-sid.
T he relatlvns uud lih ud of the family are respectfully
Invitid to attend the luncral, itom b--r Ima rosidsuoe.
n. I its Vuia alrr.l. thla ve'llth day) altcrnouu, at i
o'clock. Inti run-lit at fill nd.' south Wasutru tlrntmd.
ItAtitlB. On the 1th Instant, JAW K ti. 11 Alius, B
the Ihth year ol lis aae.
His relstlves and inemlsaie ri'spuctnillv Invited to t
t, ii.l tin- luueral, on Krlilnv aiternuon at i o'clocs ttom
the residence of hi brother, Mo. 1.US bpnug Uardea
i I.AItK. On the lnth ulilttio trom vio'itids r -cefvod la
lanle at liei-p Hnttou,, Va., First Her- aut ilKilt(.K
tlACK. Jr., Compauy A, ihlrti'eulh I'euuyWallla
JtiNl.K.-Cn the Mh lnstan I.KWM WIIJ.AKI),
. younwesl son of Augusius t'. ami linrrlot Jones, iu the
l.lh eur ol his u,e.
'I he ieiailve.4 and niend i ot tho family are rotpecttullv
li.viii-d to ailcnil tho lui.ornl, Iroiii his iiiiln-r's resl'lcice,
Market street. v,OHl oi r'nrty-secomi street. tV'ust lUil-
uTinui. u.t . i.i.i , ..... uk. .H.v.
on rulay, hepU sta, al i o cloca r. x.
, HTKKLe-Onthe 7th In.tant. WILLIAM (jrKEIased
ja years, son ol ibo late Vi Uliam n
Btol, Jr. iiuo uoiir
win be given oi Uie funeral.
YOl'NtJ.-On th7th Instant. LIZ.IE. wile of .tames
P. luuns, and secund daugbtor of tho 1st Wm. Aluut
gomery, ol llellsst. Ireland.
llue uotiee will be given ot th luuoral.
Sl'OO! wl0, i"mo' ho
BTKEL I'OHTBAIT It'xM OK (1F.VKRAL Vict'LELLAll.
I0. do. 111x14 OP UKNKKAL O it A NT.
Do. do. IKiX oy PHEHIIltNT LINCOLN.
Stat by mail en receipt of price.
Q. W. PITOHE "R,
l(8-3t Ho. H08 CllKSatUT Bmet
r.r in .s,7000, AND OTHER SUMS TO
N AM H r, Ixaa on Monuaa of City lToperty, al t
psrcnt-ioraurmofraar. raR, K, R1IOAIH
sl7 Cenveyancer, No. S6 S. ttaVEN 111 street.
i;lkgaxt goods for
X i received, Inn: sn l gupoiior lot
M nu superior lis vi
Fine French Worked Heads,
latonet (.dgings audiusertliurs,
Thread l.ai Veils, lufaut Waists,
Mneii Hells, Ac.
Also, an elegant assortment of
Handsome Lac I'ndertleevss, ana
ruffed Lai 0 lloilles . ,
Just arrived from Mew York, by latit importation pr
stcauisr, and at eatreonly lew prices.
u,. v. a kiii '.. No rvsl AKi'll Btreet,
fhrv doors above til.i'i street
I OSTTHIS M0KNINQ A PAIR OF GOLD
I i k .ii-.uu - Kh..r tn t'lvliOt stroet. between
Market and Amh'i probably left on Hit counter In one of
uie stoles on trial suiiaie. uuarai svraiis -i"v.is
by laavlu uiaui st lu vmc. - inpl al"
IC W A L It A V B W,
SUt Cf.R.tOa TO W. H. CtKRYX,
Fo. 719 OHESNTJT Btreet.
W I (I 1) O W H II A 1) K H,
tfosQurro nfti an.
1 UK. I'l.OKKNt'F
lllf. KLtihF.M K
1 MS: H.OKKNCK
TH K H.tiUKrlt't'.
'I I1K Kl IIKKNt'K
a r. w i n 1 1 siAi iiink-s,
so. s.ia nrsrT stukki-.
. Rl flirKNI T si KKKT.
No. e.-s) t'lir.HMi'T srsr.KT.
N. SSI CHKMMUr BTRKKT.
No. 30 t'llKSMyr HTKKKT.
No. !U fllKSMIT BTKKKT.
No. NS) t'lltHMUT NTIIKKT.
.s. u ciiasMUT sriiKerr.
AU A cut and Chronic Disease t cured by maan of th
aiCerent DMdltlcaUoti of Klectrlcity, at th
Ho. ITM WALNUT STKKh r, Philadelphia.
raor. o. u. noLLca
Octohss 4, lsflt,
A course of Lecture and full Instruction for applying
Oalvanism, Magnetlsss, and other modinoatlon of fclec
trlclty s reliable therapeutic ageat for tb oore of Acat
and Caroals DIM,
AT TBS IVBTITUTfOIf,
Ko. 10 Walnut Street, rhlladelphl.
Medical men and others desiring to attend the cottrs
si res)uated to untie apflkaUo early.
WlneH and I.lquora for Hedlolnal Pur.
The purest old
Also, fine old nrandles,
for medicinal purpose,
Constantly on hand, by
Davis A Rjchabds,
Arch aud Tenia streets.
. Whitman A Co..
Uannfarturera of New and liellclous Con reef kins. Almond
raat, Chocolate Caramels, creams Ua mode a
1'arls, esitulsltoly tlavored.
Koasted Jordan Almonda, Ac, Ad.
Ho. SIS Chastiut sir at, below Fourth.
Stssek 4t Co. Plnnos.
BTKCK A CO. a
STECK A CO. B
J. E. OOIILO.
Seventh and C'besaut strMt.
CAM I'll ELL, HAVING JUST RK-
turued from Kurope, stve uotlc respectfully
Will take place on
TBUltSDAT F.VF.SINQ. September 8, IsSt.
And n which occasloa he would he most happy to see sit
his former fr!nds, scholars, and patrons present, as hshas
OUtATKST AMOl.KT OP NOVELTlf
In store for them,bsaldei tho
KINEBT qUAbltlLLK BAND Iti rHILADKLPHIA,
With u Incroased number of pieces, will perform som
new and beautiful
VALUED AND HKLKOTIOSS
N evr yt perf',rmed outside of th Courts of Europe, and
purchased at enormous cost directly from groat leaders
and oomposers In Italy, tlttrmany, France, and Engtaud.
lioors open at half pastS; curanieoca at S.
Cards or admission .one dollar, admitting a gentlemaa
and ladles. c7-'Jl
DEKW'S NEW ARCH ST.
FIFTH MOHT OP Klltg. JOHN DHK.W.
FIFTH MUllT OF Mitel. JOHN lIKKvy.
THIS fTUUliailAY) EVKNINll. Heplemhar S, l!!t,
TUB JF.AI.OI.'M WIFF..
TUP. JF.AL0US WIFE.
Mr Oakley Mrs Joh Drw
THE POST OP HONOR.
THE l'O.ST OP UONOK.
Cnhea Terke Mtnart Hobson
Trunc)iion.. MIssC. Jetlarsoa
HI tut, HKNK.HT OF MHH. JOHN DltbW.
Iloors open at 7. t'oimnence at uuartor to S.
The sveat rosaaatlc, musical, pautomlmle, spectacalar
Al.AnniS, fK THP. WOHIIP.RPOL LAMP.
THE LIVINII FOUNTAIN OF UOLOUKll WAI'KKS,
All ihe New and MaanUloant Hcenory, F.legtnt Proper
tles.Wondenul Ktlnuta.Mupeibt'osluines.atarlltug rrans
forn.ations, Oraad Chorusee, llcaullfal Music, Dauosi,
hunts. Ac, Ac.
1'ntntly Mallre. Aaturday Alternooa, t 2 o'clock.
fonuaiK-e al ?H o'chsrk.
AuiDissloB JU cenui ; Cbildreu, 'Jo cetits.
ft I.. IiADNKR'S MILITARY HALL,
No. lUt N. THIKll Street.
pto"i.or KM1KI KK. the well known Maaetro. Is an-
sased at this popular place or resort, as the llireot ,r of a
powettiil firclii-nliu, ami every evening oh.iiea selections
ot raie music era glveu iv the audleuc f rataltossly.
KKN.SINOION 11 ALL. THIS I'Ol'ULAR
piare ol Kiitcrtalmuf nt, Nos. Ilrif and lOIKIDKKUAK
Tun Avenue ami 1101 N SF.l.'ON II hlreat (eslalulshed
isijimih asv by Mr. John Lips), has beau enlarged and
ret ovsted. and no posse sses attractions uneaoelled by
any oilier esiaulUbiiieut of the kind in the olty.
A large and edlcloul Orchestra, under the direction of
I r.l. r li. ,s. I. as b,.eu eiuaied. anil a aholce nrourauim
ot Vi-al ami li su nmemat Muic will be produced eaob
evemufc', tree of expense to the aiulienc. Tha Concert
Jtoom is large, airy, and canniodioas, the relreshuenul
anpem.r, and the alteunanu polite aud accouiintHlaUng.
sun iiii anaiii liuii.Nliau. rroprwiur,
REE CONCERT SALOON.
as The subserllier has osw-nad tha larca and commodious
SALOON, with sa tensive
X. K. CORNKB OP PRANK UK STKEBT AKI) (IIRABD
A F.N UK,
aad has auL'atted a full On iiertra, under th leadership of
PKOrF.SNOH A. IIF.StTFL,
who will nlsbtly peri'oiui a choir programme of National
and other airs.
As pleasant plac e to pass an svenlns free of eharce,
ti e proprietor is deteruilued his sUbUshuisnl shall uot
airai liu CI1BLSTIAX REKT8('nLR.
MON EY TO AN Y AMOUNT LOANED
upon Ulaiaonds, Watches, Jewelry, I'lAle,
'lotblns. Ac at
JOS 1.8 A CO. B
OLD F.8TAI1LISHKII LOAN OPFICR.
Corner of THIRD and OA8KI1.L Streets,
N.B.-MAMONUS, WATUlhS, JEWELRY, GUNS,
Ac., Air sale at
HLMAJlKAM.Y LOW PRICKS, ssd-Sul
INSTATE OF ELIZA HOWARD SURD,
X i deceaaed.
The AudSor appointed bytheOrphaas'CourtfbrtheOlty
and Oouuly of Philadelphia to audit, settle, and adjust tit
second audmiaiauonnt of Rev. II. W. IIUCACIIK I . H.l ,
):l.l K. l Illl.'E, JOMKI'll B.TOW(HF.NIl,and K1IWAKO
Blill'PF.N, Cstiulres, Kaeculors of tl.e last wiU and testa
ment or El.l.A HOW AUU 1HJUD. eoeaaad, and to
make distrlbutloB of tlia balance lu Ihe hands of th
auoountaiits, v. ih meet the parties Interested for thspurv
ruaes of bis appelutmeut, on WklkiN F.ali A Y. Septets her
I, iNrH.lst; 11 o'elmk A. M , al his otttu. Mo. 117
WALK 1 1 hlreat, ut ths CUy of laiisd. lolua.
Ta DAILT lists af this paper will sossmsoe
" T1TTJ11PDAT NEXT, 8th IJ.8T.
Ttsnu'i ssrrlr will be performed I th loyal cast f
LINCOLN .1- JOHNSON.
Rubserlptlosji fur the entire campaign, rr any portion of
It, will he S0. Wide Copies, Stents.
l!aok numbers rannot bs snppHed, bene the necessity
of siUiscrlhlns at once.
P. K. COIIKN, P,.l,lihe.r,
OPI It E, ho. 101 H. Tllllll) BTRKET,
sofl.at Third Floor.
IJ H. IM V Itl-I I A. L-'r-t HALK.
300 BALE3 AND 61 BAGS COTTON.
SAMUEL C. COOK, AVCTIOXEElt.
Ilj virtue of writ of sale, b the lion. John l.dwlader.
Judneofthe IMstrlct l otirt of tin United State,, In and rbr
the Pastern Dlstri -tor I'snnsylt aais. In admtrslty, to m
dire, bwl, will be sold st public sain, to the hliiV st an l best
bidder, for cash, at
Va. MIS FIMST UTRF.F.T.nFI.OW Rtf'g,
On MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1304,
AT 1 O'CLOCK,
300 Bales and 61 Bags Cotton,
IliHnu Cain of vessel unknown. aialouoi cow rcs lr,
isfi M US MAItMIIAL.K II. orrEN.IA.
JNDIA SHAWLS AND SCARfS.
No. I10 CH II'iHTSIUT HTHKKT,
nasrrcoired his FALL IMPORT Al 10N of
URAL INDIA fillAWLS, LONG AID BQUABK.
With few Choice PALL OOOIiS, to which th attention
of the Ladles Is Imlted. seT-l-lt
No. 322 COTSNTJT STREET,
Now iler t Ihe trade fen entity full Ua of (very
REAL WELSH FLANNELS,
ALL OF THKIB OWN DIBF.CT tMPORTATTOST.
DWAItD 1. KELLY,
No. Gl!2 ClllCSNUT BTH1CKT,
nave received their FALL 8TTLK8, and alarg stock of
PALL and WINTER HOODS, Includiuj choice AMF.RI
0AM O00D8, all bought before the rli la prices, which
Ihey will mks np In tho bast style at moderate prices.
THUMBNET CASH. ie7-ltn
F. A. HOYT & BROTaER,
have oir n.tnu
A LARflK A930RTMENT OF
READY-MADE FINE CLOTHING
11 O Y H .
S. W. dor. TENTH and OHZSNUT Btj.,
VT ANTED, WANTED.
M WOIIK FOR ClituULAB AND JIG 3 WS
VANIItttKN, DAVIDSON A CO 's,
Peon Tree- Murine Railway aad Ship Yard,
M'lAl'il, above 11ANOVF.R Htreet,
eS lit Philadelphia.
CUKCULAH ANI JIO 8AWINO
J BXKl'l"! Fl) WITH IIK8PATCH,
va reasonable terms.
YAMII MF.N, LAVIDSON A CO. R,
PennTrtsti Marine Kailway aud Hhtp Yard,
llKALTI, above II 4NDVF.lt Hlreat,
aeg-Ut KenslDston, I'hiladolpula.
DH.LAPOKTh'M LI KK ELIXIR KKSTORES
to msnly vvursll hnare sutferiug from Impaired
Hplnal Liiusy, harvuua lielullty, leiwnau ot Mpirlts, Loss
of Mi inury, Ac . vihelher arlstns Ironi tbe errecls of a
nameless vie, en eie study, or muscular effort. Price,
'l. Sent post psul in anv ailUress. by 8.0. I'PriAU, No.
ib 8. F.ltlllTH S'ri-et. t'lrt-ulars sent free.
l.'KVKR AMI AfiL'K CL'RKl). UPIIAM'S
Fever and Anne HixtIIIo Is warranted to aura any
rai of Caill Ai il Fever- I ry It auu De oonvinieu. rnue.
$1. rientpost-pai'i .o any addrras. by rt. C. UPllsxAl, Mo.
ib 8. UOilTH C-i i)-t. c lreulars aout free
1 RTI1MA C'DItEI). RKL1KK GUARAN
J toed la ten minutes, and a periuaneut cur effected
t,v the iissflfM ul urn's Anthiua Cure." treses of Irotu
ten to twenty yesr" slandliiK ) leld at one to lu InSnetice.
Price, 'J. Sent p-'Kt paid to anv address. by 8. O.L'PilAM,
to yo B. K.lUHl 11 plirei'l. circulars sain nw.
A I It I' 1 It O O T K D
Vram low f, re heads, and all oarts or ISe Dooy. in
Ave minutes, wi'l.out Iniurv to lha skin, by - upnams
Depilatory Powder.'' Frli e l. Mailed to any address
for SI-US. by H.( . I 1-11 All, No. W a. nu.ll rn airaet.
Circulars scut free.
T V YOU COLOR YOI R WHISKKRS AND
MoustselH-r II lo.use the' Japansa "Sir ejiaiu.
Ko balr dveba the woild euual toll
ii.m. onlnr. nitliiro liiaek or bn WD.
t. rnsa, no. x.i
8. KIIIH TH Btrem. a-ila auenl. it)cels a bus, aes-thslui
TH0O3iND8 OF TEETH
EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN.
Patent applied fur. My new lavtlon, a DouliU He.
rlbl Hi If adjusting Sa'ety Palved Inhaler, for ailmln
Isletlus Nitrous xiile Use. and trattlii leolb without
bnla. Tbe only mode UaiiU tiae eau bs proporly aad
Jlt O. Is. MUN.MS,
Ho. 7S1 SPKUCIS bTRKBT
Bo. 718 MARKET BIBKKT,
ara now recaivlog their supplies frasa from the flshris.
Th superiority uf their OIL lu every resinot, has sained
fur It a reputation aad sale beyond any other fbund In th
To nialntaia It, thy ara determined to aupply an artlcl
that mav be enth ely relied on M Ireianass aua parity.
n. matlmonUis of l'tcfbaaors of Mwlleal OoUexes. aull
UOWHT AVD 8fltr
tly OKOHOF. i. BOTD,
Jeo. 18 8. THIRD Htceet,
tt n ttV.VT 7 - S 0 LOAN
II. r. Hiibsrrlptions racelved, and th Kotcs
fuml.h.dfr..ot .U by
TO SHIP CAPTAINS AND OWNERS
rh T.flfnilMl havtaiat leeied the KEMHINU-
..M Mi Hie w ltiM k. kstwe to luiomi ua innti.u lim
palrne of Hie Ducii u-m m irnivu n uiuiwMt
rtMrtfiuvkt t aM4Biuout utoe naying YMii to ne rva
nr raita.ird. KiiA bUI( ft uraclic&l hii.-CJnDtjr tw4
sk-iBitsl ffk hid inr MisAlri.
Cptii or Aatteni. Hhtp-Carpeutort, and UsUdUiiUU
Itavuitf tmi1j lo repur,are4walitHl U rail.
nevti-K the a eery fur the aie of 'WfMir.teltt' FaAeM
v.nu i (sntraittfjti." Mr (loitMT Paint, lur tike rsMjrva-
Uoa of vtWMia' IwtioiM, tor tht euy.I uu nitr4 U
fUruUb Ut iui u& UwMAbto Urine.
r i...a.iUauss TWWlr
10IsYTRCHNIU COLL R OR.
J HCtK.NTIPK! HcrjOOI.,
y mr tha irseersl anntaiitof Matbeoaatlct, PspatlraSrstsfl
Hi lenre. ami Natural 111, lory.
WILL BKOI'F.H. wllh enlsrped aeenmmodstla.
On MtlNllAV, Henlemlier 11
TF.rilMCAL SCIItlOLS HKOI'F:H Heplsmbsrl
'"" - roH.foP.p-M't.tnsfj
se S MAItKRT Street sod WKSf PF,NrT S.
ACADEMY Kf)R BOYS, RRAe.
X of So 41 N. CI.KVP.N I
II Slraet, reopens on ths suk
lrt. Slfr par term t.f i! weeks. AU deieooiiisTlons ad
millll. (ael 1m' W. WIIITAI.L.
CHRISTIAN B K OTHERS "
ai' P.fT Bf'IIOflL.
Sa Ills St. Met 'M' .sir. el. I'ldla lelohla.
Tbe liroti'i-rs resr- ctinllv .i-ii -lt tl.e sttentiun of parsnt
ai.. I viiardlsns t.. Ihelr SF."l l.l"l SJIHmL.
wl.Krh v. ill Item en
sinSlisY tl.e llih Insta ll.
Fveiy farlll ) .,r earnlPirt"S
I Al IS, tlltF.KK, AND liKKMAN LAW'tt'AHFS wiSba
st'nii'e.l ; loveth'T ivllli the hiit'ier
F.XIILItH pit s Vf'MKS. sn1 s thoronsh
CilMMKKirlAI. t 'll ltSK
Mntliemst'iJi, F.nsiish y-niposlU in, and IVvok oepln
will t.n-nf tm isl iiltenllon.
I or tr.e mi.rsls slid department of the pupils, apple t
therh-tirv si larifiv For further particulars, apply to tk
Pnsrlpal of the f ho.,1
N ll.-1'an-tits and nar1lsns can hsva free access ts
Ihe si-linol- ri-ni iliiruut i la. s Ik. in s, to lest the progress and
witne-.s the dlsrlpllnsof the pupl's. ae7 Sl
JJ PHILADELPHIA MILITARY SCHOOL.
I'OVKTLAXD BAI'MIKHS' IJISriTUTR,
Tliirty-nlnth and Market Stn-eets,
KKOl'KNS Sltir'I liMHKIt O.
aiir-lr I'ROFKS.'OR P. D. 8AUNDKR8, D. O.
0 l.'J'l MM) SrBKF.T.
TEAt IIF.K OF SIM.lJjn AXIt PTANO,
Ua rsuuie als duties.
SIONOR N. I'ERELLI
Having ratttmad from Ptieops. ys rnsutnad his
I.KMHONH IH HINUINil.
let tbtmtln Ho. lit t'llKMNUT STRBP.T.
JAMES 8. TURD, TEACHER OF THR PIANO,
No.SWHIXTEKMTI Htreet, below Hpruo. anil las'
CAMR TO THR rUKMIflRS OP
.ul.i- rltwr, on tha mnrnluff of th 4(h,ft WUIU
Ai pi to
s pft-ru .ToiinUii. Hotel, Nuifink.
250 MEN WANTED
TO I ILL TJ1K QUOTA OF THE TKNTH VTAUA.
Highest Bounty raid. Apply to
A. II. FRANUIBOUS,
i(8-tf Mo. 513 MARKET 8TRBKT.
IIRADQUAKTKUS HKSKRVE BRTQADK
lrt PlvMcn. I'enniTlvaala linttla. PhtladrJi.hl
8ept.tn.-rr . 1K4
tie tbiiowitiif l orn Daniei nr tne nm mie will atiena-
le at Ui Armory of the lt Iiirtmnt, l.ROAO Atreet,
flow Rare, to recfllre pay fnr wvloe duiinf Uie Hohurl-
iu ccuuijr riuia, in m' -
A Comnnn v. Lieutenant J . 1. Kvser. commandlnjr. tx
ThtirhdH, SopLciiiher H, at 7 o'ckk P. M.
company, isieutenani a i wood nmitn, eoranianairur.
on Thorluy, Stpttinfier 8, at Ho clock P. M.
ii company, urutonan v. k , icn, commanaiiur. on rri-
iur, Hpcrinlr , at 7 o f ock t. M.
r uomiianr. :antain job. pi . rieraoi.on r lidiT. ha stem.
bur 9, at n o'clock 1. M .
L Cdiupany.CuntaJn Uaae Btarr.Jr..on rridar.lMDtein-
bvr'.t, at o'cIkcH P. M.
n Comuanv. i.isutenant w . liirt. Jr.. rommaadlai.
SatrinUv, Ht'ittmbvr 1C, at 7 o'rlot-Lk P. M .
K CompanT, i'npialn Jarob Lautlonslager, on SatnrdAf!
StptMLbur luT at o'clock. I', M .
u t (Mn -any. uni.-in w. n . noua.onetataraaT. eDieoi ,
bar 10. at 7 dm k P M.
It ( (iniDniir.t'Aptam r .r. xilcnolaon. on aturaar.s-
t Pin her 10, at H Of lock P. M.
Company, explain o.W. Jirutua. on tatura7.PW
bur I", t H olf- k P.M.
R Company, captain C. r, Warner, on Saturday, Ben-
totuln-r lo, at S o uu k P. M.
A Ct'OiDanv. Cttpialn K. li. LaTlj. on Monday. Seotont-
ber lit at i o'clock V. M.
THIKll HnluM r.Wr.
A Oompany. Cauiaiu Jniiu A. Muruhy. on Taeidnr.
Brptt inher , at 7 o'clock P. M.
. tjunipaiiy. d iptain it- r. narTey, on rueadar. oom-
omlM-r I3, at 7 o'clock P. M.
tiCoiDpanv. Luutfnant a. ffe Itlake, cdmmanOlnjr.
on Tiieaat St ptmrt:r 11. at 7 o'clock P. M
rtMJKi ri it m rn i ,
At their nporttve Company Annor.ee.
A Cotnt:inv. Caitiain W. K. t.r.llttli. In MAMATVHK.
on WeilnenslAj. Hi ptttmber 14, at li o'clock M.
n k imaflv. i:ai.ta n n. r. an i-yae. in mkkmah-
TOWN.im Wednt'-diT, 8eptpimtHT 14, at 6 o'clock P. M.
i diti.nanr. isieutnant Tiuuaai u. u roves, in tfinmu
HCN.on WtOncmlay, Heptember 14 at ft o'clock P. M.
c company, CApinin Jonn . wiiname, in uuiiHi&o-
Ilt'KU, on Thursday, Hfptmuber 1ft, at ti o'clock f. M.
Connnandera ot Com pan lei will iKitm their omcra ul
accordance wan loe above.
JOHN B. AliIlCK.ti.
S DRAFT! DR
Ward Khali Hie In
ward fiom drafl. 1
DRAFT ! DRAFT ! DRAFT! TENTH
Draft take pluoe? It win take abo-at
iiuUsHaim1 iin.i.AKr?; iMcinRTHia
We are ahoit riYK T!10V4AH1
DOLLARS. TkoHe who have not contribute will aJeaae
com forward with ihrlr nionpy.or the draft muit Uka
plat. The mm can be had If tbe money le raited, (too
yuur mone W u ruancnuui,
i rrannrer renin wnru pun my runu,
c6 6t U79 ABC H Htreet.and Sit UAHKHt Htreei.
EIGHTH WARD BOUNTY FUND. THB
chien of thn Klfilith Ward who desire to anticipate
Ihe r(fnlrtsnnt ot the draft, am notified that the time
la fait naMHiff away in which men can b ot Kvery
cllUf n of the Ward la umently calKnl ou to raiue subiiortp
tions among hi ni'lyhbuni.aud to forward all colleoUou
at0U(L0 J. U. KUsftNUAKTK,
epS lw 8. K corner filXTil and WALNT Bt.
199th EEGIMEWT PA. VOLS.,
COL. A. A. LECULER.
Mea MuitersJ anil Paid 112 Immediately, Hi Miner
befur leavInK camp, balance la lostalmcat.
Pay $18 Per Month Clothing aad
Tie Reirlinsnt Is eiicsmped at CAM? CADWALAJMm,
la ootafortalil quarter.
HOti'T WAIT TO 11 B DflarTKD, but ala thl sXajl-
ueiit, mnm leave rour famlUes weh provldeit tor.
HO DELAY IN PAYING TUB BOUNTY!
su'M-t veteran ori-iewta.
HF.AI)QUAKTER8, No. 611 CHRSff WT BT.-
AVOID TUB UKAKT,
and enlut la a C'nrvs of sum standluc
Authorised br the Oeneral aad Stat. Osrreraiaeiail.
MAJOK 1. W. HOOKtt,
or tiih ,
HSMT-MlrTTII fKXNSYLVASIA VOLIIifrHU,
Is recrultliif to fill np Ave Coopsole la Ikls elt.
TUB IUUUK8T BUUMTIBS OIVK
rfOae, Two, or Three Tears Mea.
Kali at one, at
Mo. ara CUMXUT Street, kasaw SIXTHi, n
If sossrsat roKlUUt.
. MAJOR i. W. WOOUl , '
Is prepared to pay promptlr
TIIH CITY ASH WARD BOUXTT
Iimurdiatalp oa the mustaritm of nf man to his Basjlaasasl. ,
u. w. 1A is,
jas.r. Tom as,
JKl). W. KVKUMAN.
11. M. WINErlHSfBUlKR,
1 t'AKKT LS.K.
Al.l. 1. JKa.HDF,
A.I.. BON Aft OM,
HEAUQUARTKltS PROVOST MAR.
hal.Iirst lil.trlct. Pa., No. IH 8. TIUMO. sMrea.
bllaoelyliia, Ausiiat ll, tmia.
Tu Insure prumut reiillus to all tmtlons rm ordinary
subjects connected with tlie rnrollaeiit. llran, a a wear
lion. Llaliluiteato liratt, L'radlts aad Aooouuia ot asaa
rinilsliad.Olliaensaiera'iuesledtoBiake appUaaUau to
tlie fruvoet JSarshal of tbe I'onaTeeskinal Dlsirlelforauotj
mfuriiiatkin, and uot lo lb Trovust Harsbal-Uauasal at
iiyrder of th Provost Varihal-0er
Caytaia and frurost Mas sbai.
BOUNTY FOH MARINES. WANTE
for the Totted Hleles alarm forps, aWa-l)'Hla saaat
to perftirin the duties or a soldier ai our isan; saroa,
Laaudua twatd lulled Blaise ahlpa-of-wat- ua fwS
1 arm of service, Tnur tars.
Better eomien.aUon than tbe annv-
AXI, TUK LOi.'AI. BOUN 1 lajl paid apea eaUstment.
Alailuas raceise 1'rls. Monof. ... ....
tor all furthat luioruatlua ainilz at th Eecrnltlni
lUudestsous g ,-Ho VT itroat, below Spruo. Busjat,
bar,. ueshou,. of, d a i.ad fl u.CkynKTt ,
lMb-it Max and BwulUa- Odloer.
' ri'KIXItllillS KUKLOtlliHH.
UK1.0UO11 Y WlaAHJUilS.
snd soldier, visiting the city a t""t,:.Bsfri,n
Ilia ANll OTHKK Ml Ml AKV "JtufaV
llli A OTUBK Mli.l'l AKY lAUlI'Mfc la
maw-Act! i"T bfiKHSuSSS?
UkXJllliE W. blMi'NH Ulttll Uts
B AW HUM rll'KKF.T IIAl.b,
SANSIIM BTKtKT HALL.
Aalaxial aueat, above auiii h treat.
afude to anler at tbe .liurtosi notiae.wlikh fiirxKlmass a
luNiinltMMSicacliailanse wmiietltlou, no oibar bouse in tlia
oouuiry , miliums u.a AlAMlr AOfUltlMl .fcntLLH
UU XUt VRAC11CAL bVOI(l MU-), , u