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THE DAILY EVENING TKLKQRAFIT. miLADEIjPniA, MONDAY, SEPTEMDEIt 12, 1801.
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MONDAY, SKPTEMBKR 12, 1HTI.
T1IK IMrK5ini! DATTI.R.
We have the most encouraging reports
from General Grant's army, and thore arc
evidences of a grand forward movement in a
Tory short time. A grent buttle will prob:ib!y
Uk place south of Petersburg during the
present week. Its results mny be decisive.
One of tbem will be the destruction, and per
haps the possession, of the Ditnville or Soutli
de railroad the only remaining line of snp
ply and retreat left to General Lkk and the
Rebels at Richmond and rctorsburg. In view
of this, beavy reinforcements have been for
warded to General Grant from all parts of
tbe North, and the one hundred days' men
have beca prevailed upon to remain In the
field for ten days over their term of enlist
ment We look for the good news of a vic
tory In Eastern Virginia In the course of a
THE ( AMINO EI.Et TIOXK
, We are near enough to the approaching elec
tion forourcitlzens to begin thinking seriously
of what they are to decide, and what part they
will take In them. In an elective government
everything depends upon the patriotism of the
people. They are sovereign ; they possess a
supreme control over the laws and their ad
ministration In having the choice of those who
make and execute the laws. With this power
It devolved, of course, a corresponding respon
sibility. . If republics have In former times
been unstable and short-lived ; If Inconstancy
In their social and civil fortunes has Invariably
marked their career, and they have made
rapid progress from prosperity to docay and
dissolution. It was because the people, be
coming Indifferent and faithless to their own
liberties, permitted them to be perverted by
demagogues or usurped by tyrants. A free
State Is never tn more real danger than when
Its citizens neglect to avert those evils and
perils which threaten Its constitution.
It Is against this indifference to the public
welfare, In times of excitement and rashness
like the present, that we would warn the com
munity, wean or una men may goi at ine
head ol affairs, legislators may enact Injudi
cious laws, judges may err In their decisions
Or prostitute their functions, and every officer
of the State, from the humblest to the highest,
may manifest unworthiness for his particular
place, yet. the public liberties are safe, pro
vided tbe people will remain true and stead
fast in their loyalty to the great fundamental
principles of their political system, and pre
vent by their suffrages the triumph of those
who would subvert them In the pursuit of an
Imaginary good, or some temporary expe
diency. As long as this defonse Is preserved,
we may feel assured that no fatal innovation
upon the Constitution can occur.
But If the concern of the multltudo for the
Integrity of their government, as framed and
understood by Its founders, cools Into apathy ;
If their vigilance in protecting it against the
designs of those who are striving to invade its
real powers, and to make It the Instrument of
enforcing false theories of political duty and
policy, is superseded by llstlcssnesa, or Im
posed upon by the error of opinion, which
sometimes seizes hold of the popular mind In
seasons of extraordinary agitation and ex
citement, then, Indeed, we may feel puln'ully
apprehensive for the peace of the country
nd tbe safety of its Institutions.
A community may exhibit this sort of de
cline in patriotism In tbe manner of exercis
ing the elective franchise, or in tbe neglect to
exercise It. Judged by this criterion, our
citizens have often betrayed, it not a want of
interest In tbe public welfare, an Ignorance of
how directly and largely that welfare is de
pendent on their votes. We are persuaded
that whenever, in any election, a full or any
thing like a full vote can be obtained, the
voice of the many Is most often on the side of
sound policy and salutary measures.' The
triumphs that error and corruption have won
and they have won too many for the honor
nd happiness of the country and the
ascendancy which they have acquired
in the Government, must be attributed, not so
much to tbe active efforts of the dishonest ami
the ignorant, who never pretermit the use of
their political rights and privileges, as to tbe
suplneness aud silence of the virtuous and en
lightened classes, who too frequently act as if
they possessed none of the rights and none of
tbe Interests ol citizens. Were every liulividu tl
otvr, whose private felicity aud fortunes, a-t
well as his moral lnstiuctsund.lu lgmfnt, n it ir
ally eulist him on the side of a wise uuj just
administration or tlie laws, to exert his prero
gative ol sutlrage on nil occasions, there wo ild
be a sure guarantee, ut least, thnt whatever
other mischiefs might be suffered In the con
duct of public alfttlrs, the Government itself
would never be wrested violjutly and grossly
from the settled limitations and vital condi
tions of its constitution. There Is now, we
fear, a crisis impending in which the elemen
tary foundations and powers of the Federal
System that constitutes the union of the Status
are threatened with serious encroachment, If
not complete overthrow, and we would, there
fore, admonish every citizen to consider,
soberly and solemnly, the part he should act
in so momentous an exigency. In making up
his Judgment iu the matter, there is oue lead
ing truth which he should steadily keep In
view, and that is, that if the Constitution of
the Republic be preserved, mere abuses of
administration may be cured ; but with the
Constitution subverted, there must be an end
of all Government.
Every day new developments are made
which go towards establishing the fact that
the leaders of tbe Democratic party are drift
ing towards the heresy of a system of separata
confederacies upon the American continent.
Secret correspondence Is constantly carried
on fbr this object, and It is this scheme which
promises to unite War and Peace Democrats,
becsust It assures a union of the Northern
and Southern Confederacies, and at the same
time recognises the secession of the slave
holding States. The letter of Opoboh Saun
Iikrs, published In another column (from
to-day's World) unfolds the plan and dis
covers the plot.
irk pr.tcit nr. Rrvni.Tivu.
It was hurdly to be expected that such In
congruous elements as those which compose
the present Democratic party could long hold
together. There was nt onri lime somo pro
mise of a disposition to reconcile all minor
and even serious dilTerenccs of opinion, for
the pnke ol carrying the I'rcsliicntlal election.
Ilnrmony was Hie one essential, paramount
condition to . be secured, lit any cost or sacri
fice. Hut neither pnrty spirit, nor even the
love ofofllce and Its emoluments, were strong
enough to prevail over the fat-tious spirit
which has, within the last few years, charac
terized the puny which was once most re
markable for that unanimity which sotne one
felicitously attributed to the "cohesive power
of public plunder."
The moment the Chicago Convention assom-
bled it became (itiite apparent that that body
would soon be agitated by discordant pur
poses ana passions, which might he tempo
rarily suppressed, but not really and pormv I
nenlly reconciled. The event has justified
tbe expectation. All who remember tho vio
lent manner In which Mr. H Aititis, of Mary
land, and LoN'o, of Ohio, assailed the charac
ter of General MrCl.F.l.l.AX, and protests!
against bis nomination, will not be at all sur
prised to learn that tho "unconditional peace"
men of the Democratic party are already de
nouncing the ticket, and publicly assorting
their determination not to support It.
1 he New York Daily Ncwi, publMicd by
Fkknanko and Bkn. Wooi, contained In its
edition of Saturday, a leading editorial, In
which It was charged that General McCi.ki.
lak had accepted the nomination, but re
jected the platform of the convention, and
that, as the candidate of the party, could not
be separated from the principles he was se
lected to represent, and If elected, to onforeo
in his administration of tho Government,
General McClei.lan was pretty plainly
told that he should do one of two tilings
namely, either to take his stand Bquarely on
the platform as It was made for him at Chi
cago, or decline tbe nomination. This advice
of tbe Daily News Is not likely to be followed,
and tho public, therefore-, may reasonably ex
pect to witness speedily some very amusing
if not startling, developments, growing out of
this dissension In the Democratic ranks.
The Woods are not, we dare say, to bo left
alons In this quarrel with General McCi.kl
t.AN and his friends, and, indeed, there are
events already occurring to show that tho
entire portion of the Democratic organization
known ns tho Teacc-at-any-prlco" wing, will
either Insist on a re-assembling of the Con
vention to reconsider and revoke the nomina
tion of McCi.km.an, or hold a convention
of their own, and put lonh an Indepen
dent ticket, with principles to suit. A
telegram, dated Columbus, Ohio, Septem
ber 10, states that Mr. Vallanhkiham
arrived there "en route for Pennsylvania to
"address the people of that State a' various
"places; but on meeting General McClki,.
"i.an'h letter of acceptance, he promptly au
thorized tho Democratic Committee of Ohio
"to withdraw his name from his appointments,
"and returned home. The peace men are de
"termlned to maintain their integrity, and will
"soon call a meeting to determine their course
This defection Is likely to spread,hourby hour,
until it grows to very considerable proportions,
and thus tbe Democracy, by being irrecon
cilably divided on a fundamental question cf
policy, promise to destroy their own strength
and insure tbe re-election of President Lin
coln. It docs not appear very clearly w'aat
is tbe precise nuajibcr of voters embraced in
tho unconditional pcaco wing of tho Demo
cratic party. But there are quite enough, no
doubt, to prevent, by their action, the success
of the Chicago nominations, and thereby
secure the succession to the present Admin
istration. DRAMATIC GOSSIP.
Has. John Dkkw's Akch SthkbtTiikatue.
The production of tfca Wilh Copte, on Saturday even
ing. brmiili!iorwari! Mr. Carden In a character la which
lie waa mure at home Uian In any which hat baon assigned
to him tlius far. As "Luke Klelllng" he made a decidedly
favoratilc lmprvsftlon, and at the end of die acond act waa
honored with a voclferoui rail before the runain.
Without any rant, Mr. Cardan wn etrcclivo and Iraprcs
Ive In the pait. Ill line and puwerT'il lolce wua
run entirely throuKh lot reirittcr wlnout any bteakiiiK',
nd the uiodiiUtloii and Intonation weta well given.
Mr. Hoboii. Mr. Murlowe, Mr. laylor.and alr. Ilrew
were alio wll received, nud ptrruiined wit'i their uvual
MiTlt urd nood tore 'i IiIk even ItiK, we hIihII li ivc a rre
.hfcoiiieAiin ciaf1j-.Vi',4 Alt A'fi' .V rAI'i i li
wal-ni All.s Annie uranam m iii rntHe ner a t a.iiea anca
ut tlilft Ihenlre. 1 lie latiHl'rtlJlc lillt'u o Mr ami Mi-t.
H ! will lollow, with Mr. Ito'ii'in and Ml Jenom in In
tin 'l uehday arettlinr Sheridan a nae cnnelv or tho
fti-o'n wilt he ulven On wVdiijdny tli H hlir't Jjw.,.
!rr. and on T!iurnay rlut khtone art comedy of Ltip
rear, or the l.aiy rl "ire, auet a iier..lon of
ktandard comeillea nut fill the liou. each nixtu , rtnil we
ao liw ofr reader, to nei'iire tl eir eal In ad 'mice, and
their own comfort in the tututa Uj ao dolus.
. Oboviik & Sinn's Nkw Cuksxi t Stiiri t
Till at Hk. Thl I aml'lvely the tail we k of .1 a l lin
Thfrre will be a rt at demand for leati In ald'tioa to the'
tries spectacle the Itu haul, coaled ttla of Xkelthf im
Ivlia will be tilven each evening.
Mr. J. Iewt M.kio U o b- atv ilti'ed "tave ma 1 tlfer of
Urover A Sinn'a now etc. nut rttrc-t Theatre.
llAllkMOlSFI.I.K t Kl.lCttA VhSTVAM Will ap
pear l.ext month at the trc.i S.reet Theatre til her pUv of
K.dwln Adurai open at tbe Arch asxt M mday, tu
Ho nt ret
The or Iff will te th next apeeticle at th New
t'lnnui. It will be produced In aulcndid t le
F.ilwin Korre till tir.crtan the. Si Vnrk p-vula
wflh roriooAM. of which 11 lerini hev w II never tire.
Mr Jot,n L Clarke ha.pUjed 7e fo '', in J A
I otf . rtirnit, foi tuiuy-fli o uiL-a'ln Ncn' V ra. and i
till ab.a o dil the tioiea upon tin. rare.
Mlirtl. r'a Mot uivuie 1 t'ltc'tl 'ii
A dctpnti b from Athens, Aluh mi i, reports the
ariival of Kin-eau at lb it place jm. r . in
pursuit of W'hielir. Sunday evening liiicr.il
Granger approached Wneeler from 1'uUtki, I
in Hi nb-'bi the former fed hack on th turnpike for
ii' out two mi!-". n l look a road le ll iif iv.-u vard
foide Campbell vl le. H tisse in went on to
I vr.nviPe and took another roul, by which ho
win i n.dikd to overtake Wheeler ueir (Jimp
lell'villcon Monday, wheo he a"a kcl bin us
lie tin paeaing through the village on M mJiiy.
Tho Euungeiuunt Itutud tui uOout Iwj hours,
Kouaseau a artillery playing upon the lUbels as
they passed along tho road, while hia ctralry
attacked the brigades formed to oppose the ax
eatilts of Uousaeau's forces. Itousneuu tin illy
drove the lieliels at all poiuts, his lost being only
five killed and seventeen wounded. Among the
latter were Captain W". II. Evans, of tbe bib. Iowa ;
Captain Green, of the Ctb Kentucky, and Lieute
nant George, of the Nth Indiana, the latter
The Kcbel loss is estimated at fifteen klllod and
forty wounded. General Kelloy's l'rovoit Mar
sliafand two other othcers were killed. Lieuten
ant Bellinger, signal otlleer on Wheeler's stmt',
was wounded and captured. W heeler's train cuuie
very near tailing into Kouaseuu'f bands.
Kouaaeau continued the pursuit the next morn
ing; Tuesday. I.ieutenunl-Oloncl Gruiiiiiioud,
with thtce hundred men, made a dash on the
Kebels about daylight at Lawrcucehurg, ami
drove them from the town. Meantime Gcuerai
Granger moved out from Pulaski tu l. iwreiicu
burg, and fell in with Wheeler, followitiK him to
Itoersvillc, Alabama, near tho '1 cunc.-scc river.
Wheeler diverged to the right at or uccr this
point, and 11 is not certuia tbjit he has cro-.to I the
Koddy has Certainly formed a junction with
Wheeler, and is now with him. General if iih
Fcao will tight Whselor if he can coino up with
A despatch from Manklln last evening stutos
that a party of eighteen Rebels pnssej mxt llilla
boro' at ten o'clock yesterday morning, goinir
towards the mouth 01 Dig Morpeth. MathviU
PaoMOTSD. Quartermaster-General Meigs hi
tu promoted to iirevet MajiJt GcneraL
Gin ZEAL tULLTS IXPEDITIOH.
IK Platit with tho Inf Inns l.ttrs;
Amonnt tr froprrt jr llnin;Nl.
North wmtshw Ihimah KxrtDmcm, Cmi
Toiktv, July 31. As hitlmated In our Ut, ws
left Fort Rice on lbs 19th Instant, and arrived at
this ratnp on tbe 24tb, marching shout on hun
dred miles In sixdats. Here (Uesrt rivers) we
laid over ons day, and spent the time in fining
out a light train, as the pack mules proved a
At 2 I'. M., on the L'ftth, about all the availaMo
troops of Hie rum in unit were on the march, with
no (heiti r lint itthhur blankets unci ooreott,and
only hard bread, tmron, sugar, ami rulfec fr the
Inner man. Nearly all our bigKm'o ami sup
plies, Ine tilling the Idahocs, were left hers.
A nd the lo s wcru out on a real Indian hunt, lur
urn c nut to tie ili-RiK)nti i, at in six day-, the
troops nnder ffeni r.il Sully tmve murcheil on
hnndrid and Mxtv miles, fniind the stronglt'i'd
nt (ha enemy, louthi a attlc of live hours, mm
p!i ti l v routing and driving two thousand h utile
I r. d in it s, deploying their camp, conlinj of an
iuiTiH mc nitmhur of lodge-poles, bull i'o ro'ies,
and a Isigo Hnmunt of dried mom, licil.lei other
Kiivfigf furniture, worth little to a white man, but
prlcd highly by the Indi.ms.
A Tier having been In the saddle for nc irly furty
t ifiht consecutive hours, on the0sth, neiir noon,
the i-rotita brought buck the nem Unit the Indians
in larfje n n in turn were on tho bltttr just ahead of
us at.d we mutt prep ire tor Imttlo.
Tho story wits hanllv credited at first, for tho
talk all OiiV thus tar had been that wo would see.
no Indians. lint doubt was soon di.spolled, for
Mcurccly had a lino of skirmishers boon thrown
out In front and the train rloscd tin, when the shsrp
cnirk of rilles convinced all that tho thing was
Now rommoiired what we should most cmphuti
rnlly ca I a tunning tight. The Indians swarmed
like bees around us, riding their ponies all the
Idle at a niiiNt furious ntc. Thoy would dash
tip near our linos, and, when fired upon,skcilnddlo
in a ninnnrr that made one feel a contempt lor
tbclr tHastcd bravery.
Our train movsd steadily along, and thus the
fiht was kept up till near sundown, the loss on
the side of the enemy being vanonnly estimated
at from fifty to one hundred and fifty killed, and
from what we saw and heard, In our opinion the
ht er is not far from correct, though no one can
tell exactly, for they exhibited moro briivcry in
getting their dead and wounded oil the held than
is fighiliig the bntile Itself.
Day after to morrow tho command starts lor
Health of the troops good and the wounded
doing well. St. I'aul I'innecr.
LATEST IROMTHG OIL RIGI05S.
The Oil Market.
The Oil City Hcgiittr, in its review of the oil
market in that place for the last week, says ;
"The mniketis active, with a steady doinnnd,
c ii-idering she state of the roads and river. We
give as the ruling rate $10 per bbl. at the wells,
and $11 20 per bbl. at this point. The production
is steady. Market closes rjuict but firm, and tho
pioducvrs anticipate a more active demand in the
next fow days. Weather pleasant and cool.
Freight to 1'itt'btirg $1 per bbl. The roads are
in a wre'ehed condition lor (ravelin?, on account
of the late rains, horses and wagons sinking
almost oat of sight in passing through the mud,
i', and water.
The iMttmt OH Excitement.
The Wheeling In'rllifjiwr statot that the oil
CNCitemeiit In l'lca ants county, West Virginia,
Is at fever beiuhl, and new welis are going down
a' a nor d ful rata. On florae Neck, and French
and Cow creeks, there are nearly a thousand
W lis in progress. You cannot ri le any con
siderable d S'-.u.ce.everj in the most obscure places,
w hoi.tc mil g ou an e mine pulling and blowing
a ay aim driviug a shaft into the bowels of the
e rt li. Un the utilo side ot the river, the same
eeiii ment prevails, ai.d a large number of wells
are being bond.
Upon an average there are about ten men at
each well, which fact will give the reader an idea
ol the immense amount of money and labor that
is being employed in the search for oil. A
nisjor ty of the operators arc from the eastern
cities, ai d some of the companies are immensely
rich. ISo far, not more than one well out of
twenty 1 as provod anything like a success, and
it is a well eauuliebed fact that twice as much
money has been spent in searching for the oil as
has ever been realized from its discovery.
noldMwinilllnir Operation nt OH City A
Uixu ItHiikiMtf Ifouae.
A bold swindling openitljn has just been
brought to light at Oil City, l'cnnsylvania. It ap
pears that some four or live weeks ago a com
pany, utidcr the style of "C. Ames & Co.," re itid
a room on the ea t side of the creek, put up a
sun, aud opened a hanking institution. On the
day ot opening they coin moneed operations hy
paying out worthless bills slumped with their sig
nature, saying they would redeem all bills thus
This, of itself, ought to have opened the eyes
of their customers to thoir true character, but it
stems it did i.ot, and not only did they secure a
large bu ineas, but many who ought to have
known better took their money from other banks
and deposited it with them for safe keeping. On
last Saluroay evening the "bankers having
uigeut and uuperatite business iu some otbur
pa t of the world, skedaddled," "vamoosed,"
and made a "masterly retreat," carrying with
them the money of the depositors.
On Mi ndny morning, as the '"bank" was nt(
opened, the depositors became uneasy, and had
the institution searched in the afternoon by tbe
Deputy Sheriff. An empty safe was found in the
room, and a note on the counter itunouuciug that
the bank would be opened at two o'clock 1'. M.
on Mondar. At tho present wii Ing no Intelli
gence bus been heard of these precious "Bunkers,"
and the general supposition is thai that tacy are
safe in Canada ere this.
The Oil City Monitor, in noticing the matter,
says : "The following it a partial list of tbe lowed
sustained by our citizens : Conrad it Co., 9k0;
Vi. Kgbert, S 101)0 ; 1'trry Tate, J0; Auu O.
t'ry,H7M. Tho husband of Mrs. Fry is iu the
army, and her son lately eulistcd and gave the
in ney to bis mother for sate keening, by whom it
was depcbiti d with these swindling s.ouudrels.
There are rumors of other deposits, in the aggre
gate amounting to fitly or sixty thousand dollars,
but we think iliey are exaggerated It seem
strange to us tin t per.ons would entrust their
money to a company coming amoug us under sus
picious circumstances, having no reputstiou or
'reference to our community."
M uses O. Pearsons, of Manchester, K. 11.,
one of the representatives in tbe t ate Legisla
ture, has enlisted in a heavy artillery regiment
forming in that city.
MAhfKY- 1IK.AZLI1T. At (.'iiluin') u. Ohio, on the
th lii-liuit. by the Kev. Win. C Holier. Mr. IIKOIttIK
.MAMM Y ul l'hUiMl.liln.. I' a., to Mtu ANN1U J.
IIKAZI.I'IT. ol dm lo'.ucrclty.
MAi'llKTTK tIAKI'I.KY On the inornlnsm theSlh
bi.liiut, nt the Churcl. nl thu llnlv I'rlmtv Or the Hiv.
Iliili.i llro.kH K.llWIS V. M Mile. ITK In MAKII.V
Kh'li A (luunhter of the late John II. tia-tley, ol lui
citv. No card.
fFltTIKK-On ilie ll'th InHt.iut, of con.uinitton Mr..
ANN A K., wile ut lifer., o Curlier. Jr . a id d4.iiUi'ir or
I the 1'iUi .icrcimuh Sinlttt. nml 7yc.tr. A'id on ttie .itu
i tnituut her iliiuptiti r 11KLKN I'. , nee,! rt month..
I ho trii n U ot the trt.ui y me ro .jwi.-t ' ully I ivittil to at
I tend tl.e funcnil. on Wciliic.ilav nller.iiMMi nt 4n'cl uK.
i iii'in tl o r.-iileiice ol tior mother, .Mr. M. Suiith, No.
1 I It.-. S. Tent" street.
' Fi.-On the lltli liKiaut aite-a l.in .in I ti ll in.
11 ce-.tt, HANN AH, the Le:ovcd nil ol K'jbcrt Koi.ut the
2'ih your ol tier au'.
HAINKS.-Oti tin llti Umlaut, Alt t'tll'B HAISKH,
In i he S'uli year nl hi a. c
The o'lutlice ami irlctulnol' the la'tnlv ,ra hrch ro
Mlectiullv liivln-it In attend fie tiiticr.il . 'roin hn Ute
' n .ililcticc In .Mitrltiin. N. J., on Thi.d day alteration, t o
I llllti lll.lillll at i ll:Utv.
IKMill. At Hen-ill- Itell Farm. Monttfomery eiu ilv.
I'e .oli Sntunlliy. fi'l.t. iiiImt lutli Inirl ( A I'll AIIIN K
WAI.l.At K, duu,h'cr ut tile lute .lohll AI. Ho id.
1 I.ANAdAN. (MithcJOHi Imtaiit Kl.l lli: Til. wile
of Mlcliucl bamiiiaii, In the Ttti year ot her aue.
Her Irlcliil ami thimc ol her ilnUKliter. utiil the Mlnact
Mi-IIoiih, un rtmtiec.tliilly Invited lo attend the luuer.il,
llom the rcAlOcncc ol her tin. hand, Mlcliucl LiinaKiiu,
houlht'iwt corner of lloiitnn and llollv ulroct. Mnutua,
Went l'liilailuli)ila, ou Tuctulav alternooii. LSciituuiliur
lutli at -i u i luck, uithuui lunhcr uotlce. Toproceudto
MuOK' .-Un Hund ay, tho HtO, TUOM VS MOOiiC,
tD the Mitb year of hlaasa-
J ho funeral will take place from the rcildcnM of til
sr.n-ln law (ieo. W. Kutterman, No. 101 J (ire -n xtre.-t,
til rclnliveH itud Irleiulit ate re.cctlullv Invited to allcu.l,
on WcilncMlay, the Uth lutaut. at 'i V. M.
l'ATTKS. At Turner' l.ane lloapltal, riillaiielnhla.
SeuteniUer Hull, HKSltY L. I'AITKN, Majur ol fio
Twentieth ItuKlu ent .Mimachiioitta Voiunteem, fro.n tee
( fleet of woun-iN received at liep Uottoia, tinar Itich
uioud, Autftut liitb.
Hi iss - liriiwncit. on the 5ih lnt., off Tape ncnlopen,
Ciiiilitlu '1 HUM mis'! ol (he m hooiier Lion, of I'tilU
di Ijiliiu, miu-ili low ul WiukIiii'iii ltlm .itn ued 27 year.
AI-" ln ti Hither IU 1 1 ( I h II MOSS, a-tcd il yeur. 1'Ue
hi'Clcliuvc iMell redivcr.'il.
'1 he ri lullvii ami irlcml of the fatuity, Amity Loitite,
No III I. I'. Ol O. K , Mel I'lllteil Ntut Clilllicll. No. 7,
f. A. M , are rcinitlnily Invited to atteicl their tuiicrnl,
trniii Hie t'llptulll' late rc.iilelli'e. No. Ml Sena'n htrct,
till Miilliluy alteriniiill, at 2 u'c'ock. I'o irncuod to
Ktienezer church Vault fur interment. New YorK and
iipniklvn miicr pteu u cony.
'I KI CK on Hundav urtcmoon. lltli Intlant, WIL
LI M Tlll ,:k.4, In the at Oi year ol III tu-v.
liue notice lllll be ulvcu cl'll funeral.
Wlllll HIN(l'10N.-(i,i the lnth instant, MAttYM,
wlie nt lir. JOKiiuall. WurthiiiKlun, aud daughter uf the
lute 'I Im.iiii Klllltier.
Tlic r luil-M mii irlcnd of the feinllyare repcctfulty
tmitid lo attend the luna'al, on rourth daithelttii
In, I'.inl, at In o clock, A. M., from the rc.Mence of her
hit ,bml, near Kraukford. liitermentat friend' SoiiiIi
western tcui lr . .
Ynt'NO. Onthe 1th lnt., I.IZIH. wife of Jarae P.
Vounu, and atiMnd dauuhter ol the lata W Ultaitt Mont
uouierv. Kq., l.eilat. Irelwl.
i ha releilvce ami itlead of the family are raapeetiatlr
Invlud to attend her luneral. rroui Ute rtd.u a vl her
liuabaod. No. S44 Catharine atreet, thl iMonlaf) alter
noon, the lillh In.t. at '2 o'clock Interment at Woodland
Cemetery. llMdiaet aud Turvutv oapara pjeaa weJ-
E. W A li H A V K H,
Bfct'KfMoa to w. n. cakkvi,,
Ko. 719 OHESNUT Street.
Itr. Jayne'a i:pyloriiit. All who have
lined tl.l ttandald Mcdliuo for
cni'fiiis and corns.
or'any rtilnionary Complatnt, attest Its Uiafulneat. In
proof of this .fact, we would state that) for thirty years
iat the Kxpectorant ha heeo tiefore the publlo, and that
each suaceeding year ha added to Its popularity, and as
tended itae demand, until now It I known and appreciated
In all quarter! of the world, and admitted to be tha Great
Kemedyof the Age tnr that chil of dlaeatea for wh'ch It
li eaixelally ilenlgncd.
RKCKST COfOIIS ANU COLDS, Pluerl tic I'alnl, Ac.
ajc quickly and erf. dually cured by Its diaphoretic, aootb
Iiik, and expectorant power.
ASTHMA tl always cure. It overcomes the ipaamodlc
contraction of the air veaaela, and by produolng free oa
pitoratlon at onea removes all difficulties of breathing.
mtONCllITIg readily yields lotherxpactorant. Itaub
duea the inflammation wblch catenda tlirough tha wind
tuboe, producaa free expectoration, and suppresses at once
the cough and pala.
CONHUMPTIOH.- Far tbls Insidious and fatal disease no
remedy on earth has aver been found ao effectual. It sub
dues tha Inflammation, relievea tha sough and pain,
removes the difficulty of breathing, and produces an aasy
eapectoraUoD, whereby all Irritating and obstructing mat
tcrs axe removed from the lungs.
WHOOriNd CorjOH Is promptly relieved by thl Expec
torant. It shorten! tbe duration of tbe disease oua-half, and
greatly mitigates tte sufferings of the patient.
In all PULMONARY COMPLAINTS, InCROITP, PI.EU-.
WHY, 4c, It will be found to be prompt, safe, pleasant,
Pre; are. 1 only at S o. VI.' C'heanut atreet.
Th Riit Rnlnta tastv plstred the
ftrcHs In elegant tondlllon for di llTerinu Coal, and hun
dreds of our citizens are taking advatitano of It by sending
liter oritera to Mr. W. W. Alter' splendid new yard, No.
ff7 N. Ninth atreet. A fhaiidsume ur ceniae I saved by
doing this, aud he beat Coal obtained.
Pure Old UlnalrlrA
Tha finest brand,
txp etsly mltirited fr
Mo.1 ofnal ptl-poaea.
Jiut receded by
Davis A UiCHAitii.
Arch aud Tenth,
All Acute and Chronic Diseases cured by means of tha
different modifications of Klectticity, at the
Ho. 1W0 WALNUT 8TRKKT, Philadelphia.
PBOr. 0. II. B0LLBS
Ol'TODKB 4, lHAt,
A coarse of Lectures sod full Inslrnctloa far applying
Ualvanlam, Magnetises, and other modifications of Elec
tricity as a reliable thara?uUc ageat for lb sure of Acuta
and Caroaic Diseases,
AT Tire INBTrtOTIOrT,
He. ine Walnut Street, Philadelphia
Medical men aad others drshUif to attend the course
a e rcouahti'd to make applicatloa early.
F. II. Whltmau t o.,
Manulactutei ut New and lieliclons Confeotioas, Almond
Pa.le, Chocotalo Caramels, Creams La Mode do
Paris, eiqtiuateiy tlarored.
RoatUJd Jordan Almonds, Ae., Ae
N u. ois Chesuut atreet, below Fourth.
H'I'K.CK. AT CO S
PI t NOR.
J. K. (IOILI),
Revcnth and heaiiuttrects.
( 'lim i'.NDKN'N COMMKKCIALCOI,I,KGK,
! No. S.i7 t IIKlSNIJT Bluet, c r..ur ol Seventli.
iv.iabiuiied ls4. Incorporated la'a.
Yi.tinti men prcpaidd fur the Counting house and br.al
Thi'ionub und prni tlc.it In-trucllnn In
In all It brai chm, as pianilacd by the bet ac cllin ants
and liialui n men.
P'ain at d oennmental. Is lauclit hy one of them-istcvm
lieieni ul f i. iiid 11.
Hu li e r'oriiis.
Coinnere! il Liw.
ll.'ee'lnu l''iu'lerfait N ilei., ic.
R otitid a i d on p.er, tdtiiit In a tliorua.'hand pracical
main i r hi u l.-nc e(n ri eci a uoerati.r
Sri liKNIS INSilir TKI SKPARATI'.I.Y,
And n-'jelveil ul any time.
KvcnlliK r t-h.liin. after September lofl.
( enliihi'nir t'Ttn. eimti nU' uiimc (4.1 bit year), &o.,
Itirniabid urati on appllcaiion.
b. 11. C'lttTTKNDKV A CO.
scti lm o.oJ7 CiiEsNbT Street.
liOVUHT A1TD BiiLD
Jy ctyuot J. BOYD,
'--' Ho. 18 B TniltO Street
Ut W K W 7-30 LOAN.
11, rliibarriill..u reccivad, aud the Note
jurnikiieuireeofl an cuaigc, oy
UKOItdt J. BOYD,
aal-2m No. 18 S. THIHD Street.
MONKY TO ANY AMOUNT LOANKD
upon DlanioiuU, Watches, Jewelry, 1'laie.
Ciulhlng. Ac. ai
.ION i d A CO.'S
ni l) KBTAIILIMIIKII LOAN OF1ICK.
Corner of Tllllll) and OAHKII.L Streets,
K. n.-7iIAM0NIN, WA'lCiliiS, JEWELUY, tlCNS,
Ac, Sir Mile at
KLMAKKAHLY LOWPHICKS. Sefi-3m
C'Hf Mi 7000, AND OTHKIt SUMS TO
r. )l II ) I, Ixiaa ou Mnrtsag ot City Property, al 6
per cent, lor a term of years.
" CHARI.KS HIIO.DH,
Ie7-M renveyancer. No. Mi S. YfcN ill street.
FOR B08TON. A FIR8T-CLASS
ateuiuahto will all for Hoton. from foot of
.uu.Mi atreet. on 'UliAY, Henteiuber lii.at 10 A. M.
Fur Irelght. which will be iakeu at low rats, or panaau,
apply lo Master, Oil board. avl2-ota
tfittUMA.KlR, & BROW,
'KW CHK8NUT RTIIEKT TIIKATRB.
tirorer k Binn rranr'einr and If an. Iran.
IM'ltKKKD A TTKAU'l I' IN
POS1TIVKI.V TIIK I.AHT WRK
OftheOrrat Komantlc, Mn.ical. Pantomimic Speclaular
A T, A I) I) I H :
pit TIIK WilNliKHPItlj t.AMP.
THKI.IV1NU FOUNTAIN UK OM.OKKD WATFRS,
KltoM llAHNI. M'H MtfhBIIM, NKW Y'HK,
The performance will crmmmce wiih a popular come
flvt'a T1I1HII KAMI1.V MATIN KP. SATKIIOAY AFrKlt
NOOS. Dcr. opn St 9 o'clock AdinL.tn to t'e Matlne 90
reou (all part. rf tl.e hot)) f l.cdo'ii, W cniita.
VOMIAV, Hup'einher flrt tnifht ot the Fitll and
Winter Sca.'-r , when
IIIK SKA UK It.'K WllI. tlR MtOrt:i;KI. el 0
MltS. JOHN DUKW'tl NKW AKCH ST.
CKOWM-.I) ANt FAMlltONAltl P. IIOI!K'4.
Mr.COMI WPK.K of MKt. JOHN IIHKVV.
1F.I:l.tS(l I OMKI T AM FAIM'K.
TIIIS(MiiNHAY, KVKMMI. Hepiemher W,lse,,
Ml I'll AOO AHOLT NOriHNil
r.eiilH.e Mr. .Join I)rw
ll-ro Mit A.t.rA'ia'n
lli i ertlrt Mr. ( anl.-n
liouhirry Mr. i.rntlih
er.e Mr sinat u-.b-iin
Alter which, Mil. AN1 MKn. PK.1 Kit Wilt I K
Pl. r Mint. Mr Stturt Iti'iwn
Mr. 1'eli r White Mia C Juiieraon
J 7 liADNKR'S MILlTAItY IIAI.L,
. No. ..tj N. TIIIUO .Street.
Pmfr .nor KN(;K.I.K K.. the well known Mne.lro, fa en-I.Siii-1
at tl.l. i.i-uiar pliice ot rexort, a. t'te liirert r of a
l..wi rfnl Orelieslr. and every evening ole.l-e ele..tloti
ol ren music are given to the audience gralultoualy,
TJKN.SINCiTOPl II AM,. THIS I'Ol'UI.AK
I p.aee of Entcrlalinn. nl, No. Iii7iin1 IreKlliFIt A N
'IiiVi H Avenue anil 1101 N MK.l.'O .N II .Htreot (e.talni.hcil
iit yeor ago by .Mr. John l.ipi). ba t"oii enlarKe.l and
rerovHted and tin" piad-mie, at Tactions tlneacclled by
any other eaiahll.hini'ut of tlie kind in the city.
A large and eflirlvnt Orctie'ra. umliir the dire?l(nn of
Pr4. V li. e, ha been enga -art, ami a choice procrainme
ol Vcral and ItiBtrnmectai Mu.lc will he proilncei each
eveuliMI, Iree of expenae to Hie an.lleti 'O. 'I lie Cmcert
hooni la larKe. airy, and ootmiuMliotin, tha relre.f.mnts
siipehur, and the attend oit polite and a-rotiiin.ilatltiK.
auit lm I1KNKY IIOKNU.Sil, Pro.irlotor.
;ilEK CONCKKT SALOON.
The suti.eritier has opened the large and oomniodlous
SALOON, wlUi exum.ive
1st MMK.lt OAltDl'.N,
1.. COHNF.ROF FRANK I IN STREKT A NO fil R ARfl
A V K.N UK,
and has ongaired a full rirclie.tra, under the leaderatilp of
PIlOKKrlHOIl A. IIKUTKL,
who wIN nluhtly perform a choice programme of National
and other air.
A a pleasant ptaea to pat an evening free of charge,
the proprietor Is dctermlued hu establishment shall not
an;, lm CIIRISrlAN IIF.H TMCm.K.lt.
I) O L Y T K C H N I C C O L L K (1 K .
Kor the general student of Matliemiitlca, Kxperlmantal
Science. and Natural lllt.iry,
Wtl.L BK.OI'K.N. with enlarged accommodations,
On MONHAY, Heplemher I'l
TKCIINICAI. SCHOOIJi KKOl'tS September 1.
A'''lT1 COl.t.KdF. Bt'll.DINll,
scM 8t MA1IKKT Street and WKHT PKNN H.tiare.
I PHILADELPHIA MIUTAEY SCHOOL.
C01UTUND 8AISDKUS' I.X8TITITK,
Tliirtj-nlntli and Market Streeta,
11KOPKNS SEl'TEMUUlt O.
aur-lm I'ROKKSHOR F.. O. BAUNDKRS, O. D.
I7KIKNDS' AfJAHKMY FOR BOY8, HKAIr,
1 of No. 41 N. EI.F.VRNTII 8tre.-t, reopens on the 0th
liL $li lar tcrai of 'ti weeks. Ali denouilnatloiis ad
mitud. (B(.l-lm,J W. Will r ALL.
. Ne Van MKLON STHKF.T,
lEAt.UKlt OK SINIiINn AND PIANO,
seS-f.t Has racutneo but duties.
SIGNOR N. l'EUKLLI
liavlng rotunicd from Fnmpa, has resumed his
LKMHON.S IN NINlllNll.
SO-IJi mlln No. 1228 CUtaNt'T 8TKKK.T.
JAMK8 S.BIRD.TF.ACHF.ROFTHE PIANO,
No. J0 H1XTKKNT1I Htraot, below Spruce. auJi lm
S TENTH AVA.11IJ.
250 MEN WANTED
TO FILL THE QUOTA Or ME TKNTU WARD.
Highest Bounty Paid. Apply to
A. H. FRArJCISOIJS,
seS-tf No. 513 MARKET STREET.
F.IOllTH WARD BOUNTY FUND. THE
cillr.ens of the F.lghth Ward, who desire to anHclimto
the reiinlreraelit of tha draft, are notnled that the Mine
Is fal pabhlng away in which men can be got. Kvery
rltlzin of the Ward Is urgently callod on to raise subscrip
tions amoug hia neighbors, and to forward all collections
atonieto t. U. BOSKNUAItTKN,
a pS lw 8. F.. corner SIXTH and W Al.N B T at.
AVOID THB 1RAFT,
and enliet In a C.asi of some standing,
AuUiorlsed by the Oeneral and State OoveruaioaL
MAJOlt J. W. MOORE,
KIKETY-NINTn PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS,
Is recruiting to AD op five Companies In this city.
THE HKiHK.ST BOUNTIES fllYEX
For One, Two, or Three Years' Men.
Pall at once, at
No. SS CHK8MUT Street, below SIXTH,
It you want to Enlist.
MAJOR J. W. MOOHI
la prepared to pay promptly
TUK CITY ANU WARfl B0BHTT
Immediately on the mustarlng of any man to his Regiment.
III I.l.lX'K BROS.,
O. W. HAVIS,
JNO. W. EVKKMAN.
1. . WIMCIll.bNNKIt,
I CAltlCT 1.1.1'..
ALK. 1". JKHHUP,
A.l. BON AK'KON,
II MKADUUAUTKRM PROVOST MAR-
(B .kal. Klrt lil.trlcl. l'a.,No. 'J4I rt. THIRD Street,
VI Philadelphia, Aliiiusl II. IWH.
UL To luur pniinpt replle to all iieestlons on ordinary
auhjecU eonnocled with tha Kiirolmeui, liratt, Exemp
tion. Llahllliie to llratt, Credits aud AOdunte of maa
rnrnlhcd. Citlaeiis are requested to make application tn
the Provost Mar.hal of the OmtrcsNlonal HUtrictfoT snob
lufonnatlon, aud not to tbo Prorokt Marshal-tleiietal at
By order of the Provot Mrhal-Oen rat.
Wll.l 1AM K LEIIMAST.
auI'Mt Captain and l'rovoit MarsbaL
u BOUNTY FOR MARIN F.S. WANTED
BBmrtha United Htaloe Marina thorns, able-bodied ot
flto perfotiu the dulies of a eoldlor at our Navy Yar.la,
ikand oa board l lilted stales aiups-of-war oa loreiga
lanii of service , Fnvr 1 ears.
Belter eoiupen.atiou than tlie army.
A1X THE LOCAL IHM'NIltS paid upon enllitmenU
Mrlne ret'eire I'rlxe Stonov.
lor all further huorniailoa apply at th Recmlttof
No. SU S. FRONT 8treet, below Sprue Street,
betwecD the hour of II and 3 o'olock .
O. (1. MeOAWI.EY,
au.l-tf Malor aud Kocruiiuig uilioer.
1,' U U L O U O H 8 F U R h O V Q II 8
V FI'KI.Ol'lillH-FI BI.OIKlllH.
Kl lll.OI tills U IILOLLIia.
Oriieer bi4 toti'ler litlna the city on flirlough, needing
bHOIiliB AND OTIIEK MILITARY EQUIPMENT
are invite ' t the extensive
M Nt KACTI II I Nil EHI'AIII.IHHMF.NT
M .Nt FACT TRINO ES TAIU.ISH MENT
OFOIC1K W. SIMONS A BROTHER,
liSllltl.r. . HIMONN ft BROTHER,
SANSOM Ml'ltKKT HALL.
SlNHOM STREET HALL,
r'A.VHi.M Street, above ISUlli Street.
Made to order at the shortest notlee, which for richness and
uiaKnlttci-uce cliullcnue ccmiielttlnn, no other hotiac In the
ceuntrv ei.mlilnlng Ilie MA N ! h'AC iUltl Nil JEVVELElt
Willi IUIS. 1'UACTICAL rlWUKD MAKE. soli
pAIlNTINCi t-IAI3VTINO 1 I
No. 47 S. THIRD TRET,
AB0YF. CHKSNliT, I'll I LADELPUI A.
l'AIIY & liHOTHliH,
House, Eign, and Ornamental Painter.
Graining, Olazlng, (illding on Olasi, KalsoBtluhif , Paper
Varuuhhig, Ac. aplii-tf
J(S TO SHIPCAITAIN8 AND OWNERS!
Zm&-The anderalgned having leased the KENHINd
luN al'KEW not K.baas to lnftinn his friends aud tha
patron of she ltak,lhat he Is prepared with Increased
failUuee la aceomnHlat tho having vessels to h rai.ed
or repaired, and behig a pntcileai shlp-carinter and
eaulk.r, will glv perxaial atleulkia to all vesaels ou
tnialed lo him for repalra.
Cai'iaiii or Agents, Shlp-Carpantsrs, and MachlntsU
having vessels to repair, are aolidted to call.
Uavlng tbe ageaey for the sale of 44 Wotterstedts' Patent
Metallic t:omuoaltioo," or Copper Paint, for the preaorva
tion of veel' boisoms, for this city, X am. prepared to
luxniab lb aama ua favorable tiirma.
JOHN H. H AM MITT,
ReuslilKton Hcrew locK,
aahll-bf Delawar aveoue.auova Laurel strosa,
CBBAT CENTRAL. CLOTIUNa HOUSE,
1RYANT, STRATrnN k BANNISTER'S
J NaUonal OcmreorelM'.v'leee,
B W. earner ol ( IIKiMJ and lENfll Rtreta f en-
rance on tenth I. rccupi Ing the entire thud and liptir
vol til anlldlna In connection with the two large
FWAtsr sj nrn.mwa,
H st. eomer of HK.VKNIII end ciliravrT Hteeet
fformesiy occupied by tl.e Colli ue,wtirh are now uied
l TPl.F.riKAI'tlti' INsriTtiTV.
and primary rt.-. arm cut of the ('..n.e
A H-lll'LAIt I I.I.K.'IHAI'H 1.INF.
for Ilia benefit o tl.e atiidenl ha. been con.trucle 1, run -lillig
thrn-igh Hi.n..tn alteet, fr..m herentb to Tenth, coll
ecting tlie two I'lilKle ir.
F.VENI NO SESSIONS.
Tlieevenlagae.kli.nl will c.niinen. e on Mon.tav. Snn-
t.tnher 1, atid runt nine i mil April 1., 'H6 . inn, niror.ling
an fpttlunily t . ciu g no n w I... ere encaged In hu.ltio,
(Inrlnc the d;i, 1 1 cnmi.iete tin entl eCour.e by attending
The y-t m stiff c .ur.e of in.tni'Mloii have b -en s' ar-
ritiiitcd alio perlt i iimI hh to give tu l he evening Bidden: the
ailv.m.iRt a of both the Tlicoicll. al ami lluiene. depart
I he Bank and oil er hn.lnea h.ni.e. tvlll be In opera
tion iturlrg tlic evei.li u m . r I a. the lUv .ea.loti.
nelegrnphlcg and rhonograpby will also be lansiit
l id. Inalltiit'oe t nw i'ie p;o.l extensive ana commcie
of eny of the kli it In ilie i nlrv.
Young Seen w i. ile.irw a Itr rna eniiriumn ror ini.i
' would con-tilt Ihi Ir o n Interest hy attending till
For furl! cr Inf. rmntl.oi I'lca'e call at Ilie A.scnhty
lltCdlng, erlriii i o i.n TENTH atreet, or add-ea
liiiiani. piiiAi ic.i a un - -i-ir..,
ry E L E O It A P II I N U .
llKlANT.riTltAi I (l.N A II K I I r.ll .1
Tl 1.1.I.R Al'lll'l IN SI 111 1 K.
8. F. eonerol SEVEN! II andt 1IF.-.NIT Sretts.
Tl etntl ext. l..ive and cinplete in the country.
The niopiirtnra Imve recently i.ricioiiteil and introduced
a new nlnn for tnntmrtitiK y.iiitiv men in the art ol I ele-
grspliilig.tluotiwh tlie e. al.ll.liinent of
A nr.'.. i, an i.i.r,,
Rontiteg thriaifih sani..m street, iroin Seventh to Tenth,
. ro.nc.linir the Tele.rxiil. ic liv.tltii.e and the f'.ilWc,
thu vlvlnr the stu.len' ell the advnlgrs ol a bona
tide line. Onl)ili.hi.e fierc re four atailnn.. d lginleil
reiprctlvelr, W H.t.'ncti.n, Ital'. tni-re, l'lniniel.tna. and
Few lota, and it patlce na oiertt.ins outer in
reapect trora tnat or a rial line connecting icoso
rl hi. new plan I pronounced by leading teiegrapn men
mii erlnr to hiiv uliin or avntera siloiit.-d h ony other
olleveln the Htate In liict.llie only method by wnUti
a voupg man cn lie made a tliorougti ain expert inie
ra'tnr oualillcd in every respect to manage the dudes of an
ofltce. , ,
1 onng men are Invited to cae and examine uie train
of this Instlliilii n. saii-.H
HOW K I la A liOUIlKK,
N. E. OBNBR
rOTJBTH AND MARKET STREETS,
M ANUK ACTritER! OF
W1N1MIW Mil AlId4.
RETAIL DRY GOODS.
SILKS, POPLINS, MEEINOES, &o.
TWO CASES COLORED OTTOMAN SILKS.
NEW STYLE FANCY SILKS.
COI.OKKD OOltUED MIL.KU.
SPLENDID QUALITY PLAIN SILKS.
RICH MOIRE ASTIQIJEJ.
VERY HEAVY BLACK BILKS,
IlLACK SILKS OP A 1.1 KINDS.
One case of Plaid Irish Poplins, (3 50.
Ono enso of Plain Irish Poplins, U3'50.
Ouo caso of magnificent quality French
One cose of splendid quality German Top
llns. One case of Bast De Laines, magnificent
One case of new style Corded Poplins.
One case of now style Strlpo Poplins.
One case of plain All-wool Poplins.
Two cases of All-wool Plaids.
One case of Merino Plaids.
Five cases of Mcrinoos.
One caso of Fig u rod Reps.
MAGNIFICENT R0EE3 DE GHAMBRE.
The above all to bo opened THIS MORNING, and for
Sale, Wholesale and Retail, at a small advance over Cost.
l.OWIN HAL. Li & CO.,
ac6 tufmtt No. UO S. SECOND STItKKT.
K8. JOSKrH HUFIY DKSIRKS TO IN
form ber friend that she has removed from So. 4U7
ClltH.Nl 1 Htreot to No. -JK .1. Kllt'UlU Street.
r'HASE A HUKTY'S NKW I3LANK BOOKS
' and Stationery. No. S. KOUIUI1 Street, Opened
CENXUNK AllNOLD'S WRITING FLUID
X ajidOopvinc Ick, direct from London at
Kew Blank Book and Statlonurv Store,
No. t! 8. KiniKTH Street.
"VN THE 1H.OCKADE-KWNNER PRIN
V cess Alice," wa captured an Invoice of the World a
fair Mr Cap Taper, a portion or which Is for a'e at
CI1ASK A HUKfY S
New Blank Ilnok and StaUnnerv Sloea,
No. 'rt 8. IQliRTU Street.
ILANk" BOOKS-OF EVERY DESCRIP
tlon on hand, or made to order, at a smtll advance
ou old prices, hi t UAHK A uur rt'S
Nw Blank Book and Stationery Stora,
No.y; S. roURTIl Street.
MANY OK THE OLD VARIETIES OF
Letter, Cap. and Note Fapar, muck superior to
Uioac Hale. "''"'l'"'l?sCf'lirKTy'S.
Maw B ank Book aud stationery Biore.
No. tin KUUKTIl Street.
aOOLD PENS AND PENCILS TO SUIT ALL
U ...terences. and wairaicfor on. ve. can be
New Blank Hook and Slatlinwy Store,
No 'il S. KUUKTIl Street.
PER CENT CAN BE SAVED BY PUR-
Ml.aalnir voor Stationery at
cnanii o iiur "
Mew Blauk ll.xik and .stationery Store,
Mo. ti S. 1UUHTI1 Street.
MR 8. M . A. BINDER'S
TKMPI.K K OKAS1IU1N,
NO. 101. CIIKSSUT STRKBT.
nrand OpenliiK. September I. Pari. Loudon, and New
lurk Kasliicns. Jliat received, life le Paper .Model of
II the reliable and latrat Paris deBlitlis, for l adle and
Children's Hres, aniinced and l.-uunilr trimmed, ao as
to present the must perfect reaeuiblauce lo the original
"patterns of promenade, Evening, Home, Bridal, and
l'atii v InesHrs ; aim, Cloaks, Muntlcs, Wrist, Juckets,
Sleeves, Aprons. Hacks, Capes. Robe de Chuinbre, Cliiler
Oiirnicllts, Ac, and every tle of garment adapted hi
Boy allele, and Inlanl. that has any claim r.,r either
imvel'lv or utility, all accurately reproduced Iu Tisane
Paper a soon as they are t.tr.red either In Parlsor Lon
don lire. and Cloak making In all it briinche. and A
perfect lit warranted. Ciitnn and llnailna. t- r.ncli Hut.
In: and Holler' UK- -Mine liemore.t'a eklrt, Pal.hhleld,
i rl n. I, L'ontls. aook,loe,C': art,alid yiliirurli Mirror
TUTEDIOINAL 00D LIVER OIL
JOHN O. BAKER & CO.,
jr... 71 market ruttr,
are now recalvlnn their supplies fresh from the liberies.
Th auperturliy ol their OIL iu every resiiact, has valued
for It a reputation aad sale beyond any other found Iu th
Tu maintain It, they are determined to supply an article
that may be entirely relied on for trc.husa and parity.
Dec testimonials of I'lOfcssora of aledical Colleges, aull
aOLDTBIM PROVED STEAM AN D WATKK-
It hk.atinii apparatus.
Fur Warmlm aud Venillatlmi Publls BuUdlngi And rn
oJioStiIamVnb watkr hkatiso coMPAin
"" or PHlLAAHil -I'lllA.
v, James p. wood,
Sn.it S KOIIRTH Strwat.
. (. mr w sUX. SuuertntaBilent
THE LARGEST AND DEBT
ACKKT'S AUCTION UOOM.S, Ho.
C. C. V kfXT.X. A-n-tyn, r-M'-l' i'."imntf nt
IHMIIiH, WAKKN, AN n Mt RC lANtHHK,
Of nil hlnl, f'r pnM c tlt aucUob Hutmt m4
attn.d p"'.riJT t of
KKL EHTATK AND MOfKH
A a V.
liOI RKHOLr FtTKNITtTRE V
At eIl)H(ri. un 'I
8OCK OK MP.I.CHVNTMAR
At li ttorfn i.f Uit ownrni
nh w li tlvmcl win!. JiirH on onHtnmcnU
ffiKKJ for puhl o
I.AIXIK feAf.fc OK WIHTK ..RAMTF. AND COVfMff
rit'.t.Kr ICY 'AKK.
ftn Mrf-dAT Mor inir,
AtlOnvi.sr, in opn Inm, iiaitaiilf tur city mn connU
A fire i:nr!!nv t "t tnt nthv (r'nmwuft.
OA I, (HI. I, MP Bt KNUtS,
IV Oi tcii o. 1, -2 ImriHTi, and lo' ol title Utp4 fto
-ll'ANIH), IN AN OFKICK, A YOUNfj
V 1 Mrnialm wrl e a noo-t hand and poe.e enonet
amti'lli-ii I., nt, n. in rn.nl lonoiotnm atil in- r.-aae of slar
ran'ilty. One who cn tv Kocd re er.-nce and or vj
iiii-nn'i'.rv tn nil rc..,c' h.ii r. ec i, s .crinnenl no. I
iion.iiy anori..init irniiecinn lieik.I'hlladelphla Inonl
Olllce." Wsitee at fliil, 1 1. tali-it
WANTED. A FURNISHED ROO
lor n niNrrnnthf nri ttnor, of y rotn,
Avtiiuc Aildiriiii K. W.. lox :11. Tuflt Oillco. hi I) f4
WANTKI) TO n KNT, ON OU ttKVORJJ
thy c-Hur, hHilftiitp for ft wlinlpmilp wurclii.ui'; eat! J
1 1 win inri'f i six nuDiirtij iiui.iua. iiiiuif"'
w.h n . 'n ..
"VTANTI I), WANTKI).
1 I WOKK holt CiUull,AR AN!) JIJ A W4
V Wni SKN l).VV!t)HOM A CVa.
I'fhn Trra'y MurUir Htilwnv a vt ship Yr4,
UK ACil, above 11ANUVKH Mtrrtl,
CIRCULAR AND JIO PAWING
EECI TK.I WITH DK.srATCII,
On reaannnble term.
vANDcspy, iiAvrnaoy co. s, Vl
sen Treat v Marine Railway and Ship Yard,
ilKACIl, above II ANDVKIt Street, I
." Kenalnitton, Philadelphia, i
-WANTED TO RENT. A FURNISHEI
lj,Ilone bv a private family. Address J. 0). IK. Po
Oii.ce, Hoi tl.Klo, au tf
T K A M 8 T E R S W A N T K D '
Cmar QrARirnnjTaa'a Orview,
pay per month will he thlrty-rlvs (.!) dollars, wllh oo
raib.n par ilay, and hoapltal pnyinues, incluainjf tu l
mcdteai attendance when sick.
Men eaterlenced as Waana Masters will raealv sor
positions, upon brUiifini to Una point twenty fir (jaj
ffood TeBinAlcr. I
Annlvto Cantaln CHAR. II TOMPKINS. A. Q.M..ni
B. A.. oorner of T W IN T v -HltCDN U and U Streot, Wsatb. j
notion, li. c.
I. H. RIICKFR.
Brlcadier-Oeneral and Chief uuartermater.
an 19 ?lt liepot of Waabliujbau
FOR SALE AND TO LET.
J FOR SAIsK. SiO.OOO WORTH IN OOOI)
JChHoutPA, lftKAnd small, oa tnrraa to auft purchaafint
wilier with or without Incumitranra, for caik ftod goo
Uftw. in fit i (to or, irnin tii 10 11 o oioca a. m.,
TllOb. M. 1'LOWMAN. ho. JU7 8. 1 OUKTU BUmC
IltHT lNA.'TIONAlla HANK,
Bond of this vary desirable Loan on hand and for taj
at thl RANK.
7 3-10th NOTES,
or all denominations and In any amount, ceasUutly 0a
INTEREST PAYABLE IN COIN.
Subscriber hav the prlvlleie of paying lb back Inte
rest from Bei Umber 1 in United StaU Inotes, sddltif
per ceat. premium.
Conversion of 7 l-10tht par cent. Treasury Motet to thJ
Loan ot IHS1 attended to.
All National Bank Notes received on deposit tt par
Morton MoMiohwl, Jr ,
AY To Auttiorlp the fJnidlnH of Nowklrk at root
HeioheiK Bv the Hcleot and Common Councils of th
City ol 1'hilft.lHiiMa, Tnat the Ciitef (Unnmiialonar of
Itltftiwaya Lhj. itl he u herftby ftiitltorueil and olrectoi
to tirade Jicwilrk otreei. between CnmborlaDd and Kmoej
atret-ia. id me iinrieenin n ara, at a cou uoi OKceewii
Que uuuureu nuu oikiiix-bik irm; uniiara.
AI.KAIS1KK J. IIARTKR.
I'rualdeat ofCommou Couocil.
Aitalittaiit C'lvrk of Common Ooanctt.
rresitlcnt ol ii elect Council.
Atinrnv(.i1 (liU tamh A tv i.f U.nrkml.r Annn f
mini one thonaand riylit IiunUrl and aiity-tour (A. D
It Maur of i'hiladelrihia,
.1 V To Atiti orlp the UradiiiK of Powthon A.v(tmiff. from
Tiilrt-eiMh'h to rnieUi atrtet. Twenty-fourth ward
keiulve.t. Hy thu Hclect aiiilt.'oinmon Council o'' ihoH
of riillatle.tjhia.Th4t the CuM ('omnlMlnntr ef Highway
he. and he In ) ert hy auihorupd and directed to rad
lowtl'in avenue, fmm Tblrt-elhh to fortieth atreet
Iu the J went-iiurtb waru.ftt a coat not exceeoin m
hundred doiJara kM-)
AI.EXAKDKR J. IIARPER,
I'realdeut ol C'JOimon CouaclC
Ami.tuut Clerk of Conimoti Cunoll.
JAM K 8 l,YNDt
P re-l!cnt of 8 leot Connott .
A p pro v ad thia tunth day of Hapnioer, Anno e
mlnl one IhoJaud ciht hitndrt'd an4 aUty-four (A.D.
ALEX ASDIC It HKSRr.
It Mayfrot PttlladelphJa.
" K SOLUTION
IV To authorlr Vol lea to h Riven for the opealnfr
Tilt,. in Biriui tn Ihs KiiitMiilitll Wairtl.
Ituholvfd, li the Hfrlti t mid Common Council! of the fl
City ul 1 liliatif ipnia, iiim ute twiuei .nuoiiiiinnr n
Iiirhwa he and hela hereby ftiiihorlxed and directed
to not 11 tie nwne-t o propfriy. throuKii and oyer which
Tllton kirt'ft wiil pa. b'ten Kiuory and HmitlnKdoa
atreeta. In tl.e Nlncit'enlb Ward, that at tha expiration of
thi. i-in'nthh froni thf time of aurviceoi aaid nolioe,ahi
BBNBaaal eavlll ts rjUl 1 1 1 f I -t fttT Ollhllr lltA.
And that ih n aohitton ul t'oiincila approved the thirtieth,
ila i f S vpu mhi r, lt.lu Mutim. to tlie oeulug of Tllton.
Ireet, do ftna uie tunic iiwrt ny rt-jM-B.w.1.
' Af'KX NIKK J. IT AH PER,
Prokldt-ut uf Coiuuiott CouuctL
AtiUnt Clerk of Common Counrll.
Prpilrlimt of ttvlect Cuncil.
Approyed th'a tenth day uf Kptrrntfr, Anne Domini J
on Un Hi a li a eiui iiuinireq h
ALEXANDER 11KWBY, ,
It Mayor ol ridlftdvUihl.
v R rti. I T I (1 n
1 To enter satisfaction upon the official boada o(
Ktuftlved bv the Heleot ami Cinmon Coanelli of the
City uf Philadelphia, That the ( it HolR-ltor ht, and he i
hvr'vhy dlrened to enter atttlBtaothm upiii the otilrial
bom a of Andrew Alexander, late aupervUor of the Thir-tt-eitihand
Fourteenth Ward: ProvMvU the Chiuf Cuiu-
mmsioner ol Hinhway nhaii ctruiy mi ma ncoounii
have been ewaiulned ;''J5y,'j'.',u.VKPKK.
l'residcnt uf Cuuiiuiiu C'uuucll.
ABlluiit Clurk of fommmi founfll.
rrealdeilt ol Slei I t'uiinril.
Apnmved thl tenth dav of s.-pu iiilier, Ann.i li.iuiid
one lhouulld eltlit liundlud and BHt)-lour (A. 1,
,t', AI.F.XANIlKIt IIKNltT. '
t Maorui 1'hilj.thilphla. t
-KW OAMi: OF CAHUM,
TBE HEW MUSICAL 0AEP8 I
fPatrenled hv the Royal Family of F.nidand), ar sent bj
o "for 1'IIKtK HOI.I.AIIS. Theyar a tw..t aiuu.luj
p.iln.e, aud uaiia Mu.lcalTliu. uultker than auj oUv
""Antoat lntrtlenand dev.r -TlmM. I
"Admirably ad..pld for teachlu- alu.lcal lime. Illu.
lTiutVi:. No. W. TUIBTV-SIXTHrae,
HOl!Y-a" - -" ,-r:. ,,,.,. A,,y or write to
the UUMUI uau " ' " 11(115 i Ba.,111 A llltOTIlKK,
ruir and Navy Claim Aaeuta,
6. E. COBBER 6IXTH AND MARKET 8T8,
Ii:r(T (ir WAfliiiNUTnir, i
WAKifiKr.roir. I). O.. A turn at 18. MH.
antPd, at nrtr, l-'IVK H'JNhKKI) im)) tn oSKi
M'HAND (lrmo) TKA.M81 RKB each capahl of drif t
pritli ilnale Una, and manawin all inul tftairn. 1 I
mchwho ftra oorBptciu to perform tAodutr. IkC
1TTAU CTAIMS. BOUNTIES, PENSIONS,
l nlted States (lovenime n a'liii.iea Mbl.. and