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TITE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAM PHILADELPHIA, TIXURSDAY, OCTOBER C, 18G1.
A sah.t Arnrawoo RkwspjJ'kr.
OFFICE No. 108 8. THIRD STREET.
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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6, IfTi4.
' , AimiKAI. I. . FARR4GI r.
Tb Arrival of tlili dlsllngulshfld naval hero
H' Fortress Monroe has causod conslilcraMe
peculation among the people. Although the
order has not been promulgated, yet It Is
known that the Admiral haa been assigned to
Hie command of the North Atluutic Block
ading Squadron. This will iucludu tki; floct
operating off Wilmington and thono la tlio
aTamct river. It is generally supposed that the
Admiral wIM first Tislt I-lttHtcnatit-CJcnnral
CP ATT at City Toint, and there porfiict plans
tut the co-oppratlon of big Iron-clad squadron
lu tlw James river with the army In the cap
tifre of Richmond.
probably the most Important movement,
and one which will require the most extensive
display of naval genius, will be either the
closing up of the mouth of the Cape Fear river
r the capture of the forta and batteries defend
ing Wilmington, North Carolina, and possibly
the occupation of that place. While both of
these movements are eminently Important, and
Victory In either would prove very advanta
geous to our cause, still it Is evident and espe
cially proper that the sphere of Admiral Far
SAOUl's action should be extended to Include
Charleston, If not the entire naval forces of the
tountry. As ranking Bcar-Admlral, such a
Command might be conferred upon Faiira
btrr at once ; and It is due to his eminent ser
Tic that the President should confer upon
, him the special advanced grade of Admiral
And Commander-in-Chief a grade and office
much needed In our navy, and one wo have
never had. .Ihe assistance, direction, and
Advice which Admiral Farbaoft could give
to our able Secretary of the Navy In directing
the operations on our coast and rivers would
Iw Inestimable; for, In addition to being gene
rally Allowed to be the greatest naval hero of
modern times, Admiral Fabhaout Is equally
great as an executive ofDcer.
It Is gratifying that Admiral Farraout
lias been placed at Hampton Roads, from the
fact that In Lynnhaven Bay, near by, as a
youthful midshipman, he witnessed his first
YUiumph, under one of the most distinguished
naval commanders our country has ever pro
duced. What if the crowning glories of his
lite should be graciously and fortuitlvely
Achieved within cannon sound of this region I
tJorfolk, the Admiral long knew a plea-
Bant home, and there It was that be obtained
the hand of the estimable lady who Is now the
partner of his cares and triumphs, his sorrows
find his Joys. It Is a saying In the Navy that
Admiral Fabbagut has a way of working up
A great success where ordinary men see
jaothlng but monotonous and disadvantageous
fetrie ; and we hope that the adage .may prove
true In this case, that he will bring order and
victory out of the chaos which has heretofore
Hinted to a great extent In the rivers and
bays of Eastern Virginia and on the coast of
1 AX A1IOI OF PEKSOXAI. FsrATK,
Wc, In Pennsylvania, under our State laws,
tax real estate, and for the most part, exempt
personal. Can any one give us a good and
otu) reason for this distinction t Why one
kind of property should bear the whole bur
den of that charge which Is laid by the State
or municipality for the purposes of revenue
we never could, and believe we never can,
understand. Taxes, we take it, are the price
paid by the citizen for the protection he enjoys
in a condition of civil society. But as all per
sons and all property enjoy it, why should not
All be made to contribute their quota of the
Governments have made individual wealth
the criterion or basis of apportionment in assess
ing the amount which each one ought to pay
for the political security afforded his life,
estate, and reputation by the law and its
ministers. And this measure of obligation Is
perhaps as good as any other, If not the very
best that could be adopted for the purpose.
There is no more Available, even If there were
Any more Just, means of estimating the stake
tvhlch every person has In the peace, order,
And' legal muniments of society, than the
mount of actual property he possesses. Tho
more he has to be secured and guaranteed to
him by Government, the more direct interest
be has in the maintenance of Government, and
It Is but right that he should be required to
eAr the expense of the system to the extent
of the benefit be personally derives from its
If this be the principle of taxation, it sseras
difficult to comprehend the equity or reason
Ot that application of it which subject' Linda
tad tenements to tribute for the support of
the Stite, but concedes immunity to cows and
horses, ships and dry-goods, bonds and mort
gage), bank and railway stocks, and the like.
The latter are not leus real forms of personal
iveultli than the other, though they miy be
not o accessible at all times fur the purposes
of taxation, or so capable of precise valuation.
Jt I very certain thut a man whoto fortune
Counts in promissory notes sod kindred
Securities Is quite as iniich dependent on the
pub'ic tribunals for the assurance of his cup!
ltd uud lis Income, as he who hat pui, all he Is
worth Into Uoad acres and flue bouses. Yet
the latter Is compelled to sustain almost the
entire cost of au Advantage which Is common
to both Alike.
Now we assert that in this difference of
responsibility and retribution, when there is
no difference In the benefit partaken, there is
gross and manifest Injustice. But the wrong
done Is not all the evil. The exemption of
personal estate from the dues paid into the
public treasury by the tax gatherer induces
Capital to seek and prefer that form of invest
ment; and hence a large Amount of money,
which, under a more impartial system, would
he tmployed in valuable re! estate Improve
ment, u diverted from that most Important
"4. 'iheuslve mode of utilising ludivl
iJuaI wetl to, the latere. of the many.
7 fl.piMi we miehl discuss At
w rS Um bfcd oner.
tog personal pwp,,,
levied on lud.u4 tou., wtkh okZT
lhA habit of wild And ttnwhoiesoa TJjJ
Hon wlUwMd dolly on the Stock B,'un
ftnd which, while rendering th, ton
liapplsess of men precarious And nutaUng:
la the extreme, Is At once destructive of jmj,
'niiuJ and IcWfrltT of chAracter,
We have heard of no even plauslblft reason
for this bad Aahire In our taxation of which
we are speaking, except the shining nature of
personal property and the difficulty of reach
ing It. There may be some force In this
objection, but It Is more specious than sound.
It Is not Impossible clthor to trace wealth to
Its ownership, under whatever Intangible
and Illusive shape It may exist In, or to ascer
tain Its true value when found. The process
may be attended with more or loss perplexi
ties and Impediments, but one may be
devised which would be both feasible and
It should never be said that Government
Imposes Its whole burden of taxation on any
One rlnss of a community, becauso all other
classes manage to eludo tbo Imposition of A
fnlr share of the clinrge against them. All
property, real and personal, must, for Its own
protection under the laws against loss, be
ostensibly in somebody s hands; and If the
present forms of transfer and possession admit
ot too easy an evasion ot the public levy, the
Legislature should so amend or supplement
the legislation of tbo State ai to make tho
ownership or responsible tenure of every Item
of personal estate either apparent or readily
ascertainable, and also facilitate Its reduction
to fulr and convenient appralsumeut.
Tin: trap sr.r for rishm:.
The editors and orators who dally and
nightly are at work for McClki.lan are
doing a good thing, by driving thousands of
Irishmen Into tho support of LurcoLtr and
Johnson. They have nublishod a letter from
his Accldency," Millard Fii.lmobk, the
Know-Nothing chleftan, who asserted that an
Irishman bad no rights that an American was
bound to respect.
They daily publish extracts from the Lon
don Times, the organ of tiro English aristo
cracy, pralslnglMcCLELLAi! to the skies, and,
as far as they dare, commanding the former
subjects of the British Crown now resident in
this country to voto for the Democratic can
didate. There Are two hundred millions of
the Rebel loan held In England. Is it not A
beautilul spectacle to see the British lords and
bankers endeavoring to make their cotton
bonds worth something through the agency of
the very Irishmen whom they have driven
from their famine-stricken homes by unheard
of oppression, to find an asylum of liberty on
'THE El'REKA Oil. ('l)nPAMYOI' WKST
Capital, $1,000,000, divided into 100,0(10 shares
at S10 par aliar. Subscription price, Sl-ftO par all are
Tbla Cuuipanjr owa ton a or Mm mn.t vataible land anS
laaffft (n the Kanawha Vallry. iliiiala on Horaa Neck and
Campbell'! Kun bratcliaiof Bull areok, and wlthia flva
mile of the Ohio rivar.
On Hiirae iiccli the compan own one wall, wnlf h in now
pumping twenty-three bnrrt-U or oil per dj. Tblt well If
onlj thrca hundred and Iwrnty-ieren feet deep. The
Huperlntendent li now preparing to bore to the dep'h of
the othv welli aurroundinf ua. which are producluir from
one hundred to one hundred and aUty barrel! of oil per
day, when we are xatlnfled we can produce a like aavant.
Ibere ! another well at Hone Maok, now bored two
hundred and ilxty-flra feet, with about thirty feet of oil
lu the well. The land on whicb tlila well li located la aa
a perpetual leaae Tho Dull Creek Company owa a ene
tldrd Intercut, our company hare the balanceof two-thlrda.
At Campbell'! run, the coenpauyown hi fea a tract of
thlrty-threa acrei, oopilderad by aeologlsta and raining:
engineer! the beat oU territory la the Htate. The treat
Tack, well, flowing fire hundred batrelt, adjoins this
Hooka of suhficrlptlon are now open at the Company'!
Office, Room No. 28, Merchanta Kxohaoira.
A limited number of i hare! only wll be eold.
40UH i. KKOMSK, Treaaorer.
From Hie "Pittabarg Daily I'oat" of September 9, 1S04.
"on. Stsikk. The 'Wheeling lntellUrenoer' levi:
We learn from gentleman who arrlTod yuaterduy fro
l'leaannt county (lint on Monday Uie Iturtnn Oil Cmnikaay
struck a wi:ll on Horae Neck. In that enauty, which will
yield a tlionwand barrela of oil per day. Tr ere la great
excitement on the auhject In tM! lclnlty, and the oil ferer
la prevailing to a fearful extent."
TLere is a wood famine in Montreal. Tho
rices bare gone beyond the means of the poor.
There was a frost In Ware, Massachusetts,
last Monday and Tuesday nights.
Incendiary fires are frequent at Pittsfield,
Massachusetts, three barns baring been buruod
within three days of last week.
Professor Agassiz's course of lectures on the
breeding of domestic animals will begin at Cam
bridge, Massachusetts, Octoler 14.
The population of Vermont is 314,053
282,3.35 native and 32,743 foreign. Thore are 13
persons in the State over 100 years of age.
The news of Sheridan's recent victory was
received on 'Change In Boston with three cheers
each for Sheridan, Orant, and Stanton, aad nine
The Boston Trantcript says : "We veuture
to say thut jx the present treslimau class will
agree that when thuy become sophomores ttioy
will not 'haze' their freshmen, we shall hear little
more of this unmanly, petty torture."
A young man from Chicago, named Merrill,
said to he the son of a banker, committed suicide
In a saloon at Kalamazoo, Michigau, lust week.
lie bad lost considerable sums of money by the
blacklegs who lufbsted the place during the f ilr.
A convention of German brewers was lately
held at Milwaukie for the purpuse of disuasaiug
matters connected witb the trade principally the
Tax law. Nearly all the principal cities of the
East and West wore represented.
John llullidity, for the p-t ten ye.irs a clerk
in the Lynn Post Oill.c, and a teacher iu a Sa'.
hath School in that city, was arrested in Iloatou on
Wednesday, while atf-mpti.ig to pass a counter
felt fil(H bill on the P.iwtuxet Dank, Providence.
He was searched, and seven more of tlie spurious
bills were found upon his person. He has been
committed lor trial by the Superior Court.
A man on Cape Cod who separated from big
wife, some years ago married a second wife, with
whom he lived a year and a bait, and then died.
Ilia first wife took possession of biieariie. The
second wife sued bur for pay for services d'iriafj
the time she lived wilh the husband; and, attur
Li-arini; the evidence, !u-t week, a Cape Cod
jury iave her a verd c1, allowing her tivo ilolltrs
Tlie silver from the Masonic jewels found in
the ruins of the Winturcp H'.um- in C ston, after
ihe tire several mouths ago, was sent to the
United States Mint, and half-dollar pieces coined
front it, which have been sold to the members of
the different lodges, encampments, &c, Tbsse
are the only fifty-cent pieces coined this year.
A minister, writing to the local committee of
arrangements for th meeting of the American
Board at Worcester, Massachasctts, requested
free accomn.odations for himself, his wits, and
The Michigan University has throe hundred
Undents in the regular course, three hundred and
fifty in the medical school, and two hundred
and twenty-one in the law dcpArtment a large
increase in all.
The steamer fty cf Xvjmrt was chartered
to proceed from Newport to Providence, one
Sunday recently, to cosvey one passenger, a gen
tleman having argent business in Nevtr York on
Monday, and who wished to take the train in
Providence on Sunday evening for that city. Hu
probably paid the Urgent fare fo one man ever
charged on that route.
ElieJ Littlefleld, of Milford, Conn., celebrated
hif eighty-eighth birthday last week. Ue has
held the appointmsnt of justice of peace from
four governors, holding the office tor twenty-
eight years; has been deputy sheriff sight years,
town clerk fourteen years, dram major tea
years, and A school teacher fourteen years, and
hats lived with his present wife almost sixty-four
IMMNOA OF Til K DRAMA.
KrW CiiasutT Ptrhrt Thktr. Mr. Wil
liam Warren la a eefaedjan at tae old acboel-aa artlat
wao, felly hnnreeeed with the requlresieate efhu art. la
utterly free from aa inner. urn, exaggerations, dladalslag
all ell atrainlng after erecfa. We witnessed Ma
pe- foi mance of Tn .".V ftnnl or Nmn4nl, and luxirjaie
ovtrthe fnreilt'ctiiaj treat ot Ma reaitints, hla ananaer,
an'l the ra'inielfe cottrlij manner and me dry hsuior of
nta mr l iter icaie
Mr. wnrren, withent deacendlng In any grlmac1!, haa
a pliyeloKi.otiiy tlmt la the verj In. leu of t h mini. Mr.
Warren haa.tio. the pnner "r piillioa. Invallna, In tSe
scene of Ihe nun lb act, -'Hlr I'eter TtaleV rtoointic aiM--
rual with a deNiiy anl lniiM-el ilier raeJy have, aa
reprAnle.l gr-n.-rallr li'-n In 0:illiar handa, they inska
the auOletice lalu h, Inatead I f w. ep.
We alan wntienMiit a portl .n ol Mr. Warren'a "Bob
ere." ai d eie e.ii laity atrnck e.1 h tlie por h I at
r: prodiK'iiiK conilc elhils h) the mere marine-of ftpaa
It g. anil lv Hie eKirr.lt.i of the fea!uiea Mr Warran
I a m at refined at d Slitahed arl't - one cf the very r nr
t it in.. Miaa ftteatiiyer plava i.M women with ad nlraoi
faaa aii'l uoo.l ta.'e. Iler tnanncr la ea.enlial v clamant
anil q- let. yet Itli all Ihe humor and vivacity urori
eat). Mr. llarmn Is riot a atfururer here. lie
l.aa. wc tliina, in .proved Ka'ml iac and ronflil" -e
l-tit rlm.nner la a Ititle toe undocMeri, audheapeika
In mi s-w a ton aa tt he Ids minis half the time. Tl o
linl:ea. howere-, dec re him to tie a ver.i ha iila rae le.
I' w, l.olti In 1st e and flk-ure, a fact of whl- b net. )Uit a
llitle c-nnrlotia. Mim i irti.n la a young. Ilvel la ly, with
roainlfVent eye a a roo.1 owrev, are are told 0ii wi h
pot ti allphteat qtaMtlea Ion fnr I Uh comedy, TA HcHoi
for 4Yrt.ki an well pui on Ihe alaire.
We weie c-p-'cUI'y pleaed with Mr. Mordauat!
Jnaeph." an II allowed more Mirt tl nn he nua:iy flivea
lo I la parta. lie looked ".foaeph," and acted with great
Ir telllaenoe ami effect. I I. e roat of the eomnany, Mr.
K.vsna eicuilij , were inofllcleut; oven Mr. CLapmau wal
out ol place.
Ahcii Stkhkt TimATitF. lid Dnnonio Is la
full tide of eurreta. the magr meant Ve.tvall caiulnf
aoiUauae and a lmlrallon each niirlit lu Increaaed ratios.
Atthk M aim t, Miss Chnrlotta Thumpson
Iks plajid "Carnll e ' and "KviJiie" to fullhonMs. liar
acting haa more power and flnlah thnn when ahn w aa here
laal. 1 lla .voinig acueaa' great cliarin la her earnest ueae,
Ouanh Cohckht. The concert to-night at
Concert Hall, foi Uie brnoflt of the poor, promlast to b a
flrat.c)as! sffalr, llis proirramme preaonted being a most
rxoellent one, and the performers, both vocal and laatru
men'al k av Ihk A No. I repu'atlona. Tlie ooncert will be
under ll.a direction of Mr.Thoraaa K llarklna, and tae
(ihnfa in fxceisia, from the celebrated war maal af
llnritn, rlo. 7, will he gong by a full oiolr. Aflnechorui
wl 1 Le aims liv the Hvngerbund Muilcat Asmclation
and amorR5t ether Dnvetlea will be aeleetl na from the
nioat nrmtred Italian Operaa with variation upon, the
harp by blguor Aoatta, the Italian llarpint.
IIIUIILT I.ni'OR I'AKT AKRE.HTH.
('Apfnrtv of Nlteeiii Inrllnttia Hnrrlllna
ft rid. Three ar she I. take fcrle Pirate).
Onr readers will recollect the recent attack on
a RanR of lalxircrs on the Ohio and Mississippi
railroad, with the design of robbing the pay
master's csr, and the plundering of several depots
and stores along the line of the above-named
rosd in fcoutbern Indiana. These outrages were
mentioned In our columns at the time of their
occurrence. Satisfied that there was an organized
gariR of desperadoes at work, tho directors of the
Ohio and Mississippi railroad entrusted the task
of ferreting out the villains to the well-knowes
Jesse Worley, of this city, who executed Ut
mission with much success, as the se tuel will
show. On Friday last, assisted by officer W. S.
Hrnkie, of Sullivan, Sullivan c iuntv, Indiana,
ho arrested In the vicinity of the last-named place
sixteen of the band who attacked the train. One
of them was killed in attempting to escape the
bands of the law, while the others were safely
lodged in jnll.
They are all residents of the neighborhood of
Sullivan with tbo exception of their leader, one
Ciiptain Vandyke, formerly connected with John
Morgan. He is also in custody. Large amounts
of stolen goods have been found In their posses
sion, and of their guilt there is'no doubt, as each
is desirons of turning State's evidence Against his
accomplices. The capture of these freebooters
led lo even moro important arrests. While in
Snlllvnn on Saturday Mr. Worley observed three
su.-picious characters, whom he at once had ar
retted and searched. From papers found on
tbeir persons it appeared that thrv worn olllcers
in the Itcbel army ; a Cuptuiu Clay Wilson of
Tennessee, and two Lieutenants named Murray
The papers also showed that they were con
nected with the late piratical demonstration on
Lake Erie, and that they were plotting the burn
ing of Government arsenals and other public
buildings. Among their effects were receipts for
making Greek fire and a quantity of the chemi
cals wiiicb enter into its composition. They were
lodged in Jail, and the authorities at Indianapolis
notified or the facts. Orders were returner! to
send them to Indiannpnlis, whicb was (Ifjne.
Their examination will take place in a day or
two. As will be seen from the facts which we
have briefly recapitulated, these arrests are of
high Importance, and reflect credit upon the
energy, shrewdness, and promptness of Mr.
Worley. Cincinnati Gazette.
Forrest's Movements) lu Tennewajee.
Tbo latest account from the Forrest raid is that
the Kebel commander moved southward, and
that be has besieged Iluutsvlllo, and demanded
the surrender of ihe place, which was commanded
by Colonel Q. M. Johnson, but the demand was
Since that time we have heard nothing relative
to the situation; but we know something of the
movements that are on foot, though it would be
manifestly Improper to disclose them.
We have no fears for the final results. The
Rebels bave done all the mischief they could,
and are now at the end of their string. They
must retreat at once to the south side of the
Latkh. Forrest turns up mysteriously at
Spring Hill, twelve miles below Franklin, and is
tearing np the railroad between th it and Crt'nm
bia. He came in from the direction of Mount
Cartnel. It is not known what was the force that
Reports are in circulation that a force of 59 X)
Reliel cavalry are advancing, under sotns un
known leader, from the Tennessee river, on
Colnmbia, and alike force of infantry on Pulaski i
bnt of this we know nothing S'aahville Union of
Inirlnnt Ikeelnlon of the Internal
In a recent sale in New York, through a bro
ker, of merchandise amounting to WJii.oOO for
gold, it was clulmed the tax of one-eighth of one
per centum, or i", could be paid In legal tender
Treasury notes, lue collector Insisted on the
payment of gold or its equivalent. The decision
of lire Commissioner of Internal Revenue having
been requested, he replied tbat the question to be
iteU rmined was not in what medium the tax
ahull lie paid, but upon what basis it Bhall be
computed, lidding :
If yon hare sold goods for $20,090, payable in
currency or in coin, then tbis sum is the measure
I wi lus vanf-wi im g'fvuv -vim, uu ii niFiu sue
I n.erehandise, stipulating to receive $il),OJ0 in
gold, which is itself an article of purchase and
Hie, the va'tte of the gold must first be ascer
tain. d. If 20.000 in gold hap;ens to be worth
(MU.OtsJ in the legal tender enrre,. y, the latter
sum expicsses tbe amount of goods sold. The
tax of -o bring thus ascertained, is payable iu
Trr.isuiy legal teuder notes.
Prince Uunit ftnd hli family are (raveling in
Palestine, ami will, by orders of the Hultao, be
received in Jerusalem witb apecittl boa urn.
At nn execution at Leerim oq the 10th of Hep
ten. tier, two men, Jo-eph Myerri, aued lorty-four(
and Jmuk 8urgersjn, UKed twenty, were banged,
one fur htubhiug bin wile with a pair of Bciabort.,
the other for Hr-srir-ain.tting a m m n imcd John
Kt lll Kf -liK LA Kih V. r. On Wednesday niornliis.
tlCHiher , l-w. li llis 111-!!. A"v. Jliali ip oo'l, aa.WtM
hv M e c Knt-r TiU'in.of rtt. slubu a t'liuri b, sl'KPUI-'.y
li I I ill Kl to M A H I ai l.oriSIC.dail.hterol Alpliin.e ds
l a I ureal, i '.ttiniil of I rHH' e l i f hUadeiphia.
w oi k (-ai'Sri please ivipv. e
SMITH -.11 liIM.-tin thellth si'Mepte .nh 'r. hjr he
lti . Thtmina liruinrrd. HTKI'IIKN K, HM 1 1 II to I'OH
111. LI A, ilautihU'r ol Wililsui tapering, Kau,., all of tuts
hi TTOV-LEVIS -On the Ifh Inst., br Ihe Rev.
thorlesO. Cooper. :l WAUL) T ,i'TtON,ui IMula
ilelphln. to i AKOI.IMl Li.Vli 1ILV. ol Delaware
i'oumy, ra. 3io. cards.
TLTlH-i AIKUAN. tin the 4th lnat .be the lie. W.
B. Kunieae, KIiWIN L.Tr VlU to DiLI i V .ilsj.tittr
of tlie lata teorse W. 'aluiau.
ZEHT.FT. On VV'rsueitUjr uiuiom.tl.e Its iiuust,
Kii.JtM I.. ZKIIII Y.
Tue relstivea and Irtenda af the fainilv art rsapac'futly
Ir.Vitad to attend her fiiner.il, from fie re.ideu.s ofl.er
l.ustiand, No. It Spruce street, oa Hturday, ti.c etb iq
llai.l, alio t rlut A.M.
ItKAIlMr LI' -Oii Wnlueaday, tiie 5lh Inst., al hall
last t, o'clock r.M .alAAY K ,mfsi C. kitnart UfMl
fieiil, iu ts 'ii year ol her ate.
Iler trieiids aud il.ose ot tits finiily are respectfully In
viud to atunil her rnneral,n HMturiiay srteru,mu al 'i
o cKk.fieiii the realdaaca ivf ber father, Waalty M.
hadclitte suetl, linsii'l, at
rROT.-8e,tfmter JM, at Bowling lreen, By., of
ulM'Saa coDliaeted ,n camp, Lieutenant UMUIUfc F.
r KU.hT, In Ihe ibth year ol his age.
The ma e frieuila of the uualiy are resDectfally InvitaHl
to attend tlie luneral. from the realdenee of his uiotlier,
No- Jlv VVsal X Laucey fUace, on fraiay aiu-ruooo, at
rVLLKB-At OalaaaVina, Pa. on Thnwday morn
ing, Septeuiher 2U, of Oiaease eoutracted In tu aruiv.
Lieut (IKnlKiK V. Kl Ll tb, U.v vl I'vlupaliy If,
oity seventh Heglmeut F. .
KM OX. -On tie lib Inst., LTIHA, le of Kd-ward D.
Hues and daurlitar of Uie iatc Israel B. LUoL s,u-, to
tlie asth year ot bur aire.
Tlie relatives and iriendaof the family are TeapstfHlly
anvittd to attend hsr funeral, from uie roMMleiice of bet
Lusiiand. iu franalin street, between baity wid Hellers
llrreu, rrejllfwd, on k'rnlay mteruvou, tb,7th lusk, M
, i rv 'lV- tht memlng of Octettes 0th, J.VME8
LKV1H In the 4.M). year ol his see.
His friends, and Uioae ol u.e tsailiv are Invited to al
lend nls funeral, from bis tats tsaiUenoe. Ma. Itfjl Cbsav
nut street, ob Raturday nioming, at is o'clock.
BIHHKN -On the tt last., Mrs, ANN alBUEK. la
tl.e 5oth year of beraate.
lies relatives aud Irienda are reeneotruiiy laslted to
attend her lunerai. from Mr. N Ice Keelr's. Nprins street,
near kidirs road. JiuatHUvusu, va SalBnlay, iu sua of
Oveiber. si I P. AA
A. It l
f Vila, OKfKA ar
K N T I H V. H T O O IC O V
, r roarr run r-t.rr
liUHH rV 1 1 A. IN COHT
or mi'oitTAi i )i.
I. E. WALRAVEN,
S)rj;Orwt T ff. Bt CAIUtTX.
So. 719 0HE3SUT Street.
fitiperliir Wheat flour.
1. is A Ri'inaaiie,
Areu and Tenth,
kavg J'nt reeelvM
a fresh aneplT of
!IiPkR' Fkrhv 'mIB,
the genuine branJ,
to which we iinite attenli ia.
ATLCK A COS
Seventh And cbesaut iKwota.
R. . Whllmnn 4.,
If HDnfafturera ol Nw And Italirtmii OonfroUoai, Ahmond
FaiU,Cbra9lt.t trniii(Crui(i Lft Mode d
farit, Buiaitlr flavored.
Rom tad Jordan Almonda, , Ac
No.jlU Chasnut trect, below Fourth-
n 00UETVET & WILLITT3.
nPNoa. 1 4 and 10 B. BEVKNTK Htroat,
And the only reUable made to this cltjr.
Also, Pining, room Katnltura and Bedding, constantly
on band. a.i'j.ruths-m
811 A D Q U A H T K R S , ItESKRVK
Brigade, lt IMvlalon PentiHylvnnfa Militia, TuiLk
i ii.pbia, Octobf r A, 1H(H.
MenibtTa ot tho Roaenre Brigade who haTe not reclrd
pay for lonice durliiR the Hols in tho county of Bclmyl
kill, in May, Ihm, will call at the Armory or the lnt
Benlment,onBUOAI Htre.-t, near K ace, on THCRSDAY
or FRIDAY of the current week, betwoeu the hours of
and 9 o'clock P. M.
Commanders of companlea will notice the a bore, and
Issue orders accordingly.
10 6 att JOHN' E. AIrfrKS. Paymmtof.
J IllUNKY'S ZOUAVE8. HEADQUAR-
tcra. No. b'M CHKMNCT Btrtv-t, below Hlxth. 'HJi
ftl Hpfiimrnt Ml be orKnnied as HIiantsliootwTM, and will
be under the oommaiid ol MHtor J . O. Hrtscoa, m mem
ber of Major-tleueral Hirney s HiafT, wlm imn received
authority trvm Uie Oouerai and IStata tioveraiaenta to
recruit it c orsanlzutlon.
IUOULhT CA8U C.OVERNMFNT, CITY. AND WAltD
UOUN I IH
raid Immediately on tlit mnatetipi of any man Into the
regiment, at Uie headquartera. No. bitH CUKHMJT Htreei.
George J. Rlchardon, i4.no) Wetherill IiMt
lion. WhJlau Millward, :1. rt. Wlutjhrenrer,
it. w. uhtib, jonn w. Krerman.
.los. Y. TuotoM .
C. K. Scbwner,
iii. w . Arnold,
I Alfred Adoiph. 9 27 lit
JSlilitia, Qunrteimattter-Oeneral Oftlcf,
UAaHiMfti-Ki;, Pa., October X 11.
' Will be Mold at Public Auction to the hi I -e.1 bidtler (la
accordance with act of AMhcmhly. approvi d A intuit '2.
IHi.i, Nrcticn it), at tiie Btnio Arienal, llariisnurv. on
TL'KHUa V, tlia iHin dny of OelobtT, oommencli.fr at lu
A. M., the foUowinif utiHerrlcuaole ordnance unl ma
terial, the proierty ol the Htate ot I'enno.vlvaniai
ri n 6 poum rh Untax Caution, caatlug k roucli,d.te 1700
to)7:H; et1it nlKxit (hilti rHmmls.
Eiuht (i- ixiundcrs Iron Caiuu.u, casting of l&tft and 17 ;
Wi ifchl abouttJKHi pounds.
Cue lit-pvundor Iron Cannon, weight about lr00
7hi Oua llarrcls (o!d casting), weight about
4 liun rarriai;e Axlee, wettrht about 4'-6 iiO'tndn,
do Tirt't, do Ihoo ooundrt.
do Huo-rlnpa.do Ci poands.
do trav-Irtin. do if 11 pouadi.
ficntp Iron, weight aUut '.xv pnouds.
The almve will be sold In lot for oaths
'Ayni'itR to bo made In national or 8tae currency of
solvent lauks,and the articles nurchusmt uiuai be removed
wtih but htUe delay, aud will ba at buyer s risk until
J&VRH t. RBYKOU'S,
10-4 tuthf-fil Qnartormiatsr-llemTrtl of 1'onna.
( iRiriliNDKN'S COMMKRCIALCOLLliUK,
J No. B.r7(!iiKSMUT Btreot, oornw of Seventh.
KntabUahed lort. lsiirorated 1856.
Young men prepared for the Ouniitlng-liouta and bital
'ihurooirh and prartteni InHtritrtlon hi
In all Its branches, aa piaotisud bj the heat aucouulauu
and tiualueas men.
rialn and ornamental, is taught by ouo of the most con
potent of' penmen.
Detecting I .i.interlult Holes, Ao.
B. v anund and on ,aier,tNiirfhtln a thoroaxhaad practical
manner hv a long-eapirleniud oiH.ralnr.
8Ti;lll:NXS ISSI ItULTKO Btt'AKATKI.Y,
And received at any tinw.
veiling heaalruis after Heptembcr lr.th.
Containing frma, stuilrnta' muues (471 last year), Ao.,
fsrulahcd giatis on aspMcatiou.
S. 11. CltTTTKSIIhir A f'O.
se Im No. 6)7 1'hKSN n f direet.
SIQKOR N. rERKLlil
Having ratunicd irom I'.uropa. has returned hi!
LbsHONH IN Nltitil.Nl,.
es.tiim1ln So. I'M (.'lli:MUT STltKr.T.
It 11 It V XI It tS
NI- VV II.l.l'STHAH l KDITIOH.
Tktrou!hl) Itt'ilsctl iiiul Mueli Kiilured.
OVER 3000 FINE ENGRAVINGS.
tl'1 vtj,J.Vai.d MI.AIMIS iwttviii diu olher flic. I
Over thlitv sl'le Anc.-t -nn nod r.ur-sau neliuhiri em '
p.ojetl spun tliis revtrluu, B'id is rt. .nan of lauorei-
P'lUded upn it.
Aiiiongtiie cdiabvaiwa sr. l)r Ma n. o' llsrllu; Pro- i
ie.Bui- rorier, t,a a, Hutiiev, llatv. I.vuian. iJJ
iisn.aad Tnacher: Captain Cralghn., 'uf We.; Pulnt
Miliary Academy ; Jude J. c. Perkma; rrolcsaor
MtilsSi A. L. llviisy, Esg , Ac.aW.
Several tahk. of great value, one of them of fitly e,nartc
nugsi, Explanatory and frunouncJog.oi uaanea in 0. uun
ar sarsous aad slace.. pieudouvni., Ac. Av , a. Abad
ilen, Acadia, Albany, Regency, Matter Cary, Maionaud
Imxou sL ne Mr. Mkawier, Ac.
CentalUaif one- fUu.tr oas ioarib Mors sssitcr tAan any
foiii sew tsectrotype clatas aad tie Riverside Tim.
la Oce Yd, tf 1646 Koyal Q&arto Pages.
"GET THE IATEST." "GET THE EEST."
rnlli-kly l. A C. VEfililAl!, Sfriu.rie.d. M..rsail,u-
J. 11. lall'l'llNCOTT & CO..
SOLD BT AIL BOOKSELLERS. 10 t it
iaaviai kn(Al asset r my (sateratls kefors lb lato
Pl use, J ass atatied M a.y my stock s
At s null idvatsc so sld rls.
M Jb f. 11 I. KLXTOfTfl lIAZSTt
NOTTINOUAM AND SVn.SS
1H O . 713
CAERIUQTON h 09.
HEW C10I. OAS,
tAHDF.ST STOflS K TJIE CrT,
AT LOW I-R1CE3.
157 LU0CLN, jeflNSON L VICT0SY.
AIHcf,oal0litienif Uie above War J an requested
to meat al
Sl-KINO OAltDKN IIAIala,
ON SATURIJAY BVENLNO, 8rn IWST.,
AT 7 O'ClsOCK,
To take pari In th (Iraad Demonatratlon anlsrcd by
tie Olty KaemitlveOommlttfe of tlie rTallooal Union Party.
The tollowlnc oamed gentlemen have bean selselsd by
Uie Ward Ixecutlve Committee to aot as Chief and Assist
ant Mnha. on the above socaslos:
JACOB E. RTDOWAY,
M L. Johnsr.n,
llcraee M Tuhhi,
.lotio A. Mcliowefl,
I. at Mctcher,
r. K. Ustrhafl,
William (I. Olaffcom,
B W. I.eishion.
Hesnje I. Young,
WUIIam II. Buck
Tlie Chief Hirahel has appointed Ins (ollowlng gentls
nun as his Special Aids:
Thonai A. Itoyd.Rsq., I f. B. Ftetcher, Ksq.,
(leorscroikett.Kaq., Jacob Brets, Kso.,
II. . Oram, Aso... Id ft. Masse, Kso.,
A rail Itraas rtand will be In attendance ; also Torches,
Laatorne, rtuis.Badirea, Ac., IbrUieuseof all these who
srlvh to sartlclpa'a.
By order of tbe Ward Executive Committee of National
Union farty, Fouftoanth Ward.
iTAOOH K. Ill DC! WAY,
' t CHIKK MARSHAL.
tdET 00VEEN0B WILLIAM BIGLES
Tills (Tlntrsdayi Evcnlnir,
KEYSTONE CLUB'S HALL,
WALNLT STREET, ABOVE KIUIITH. Its
Ifrw- COMPANY F, RKPUBLICAN IN-
VINC'llll.K.H A Moetlnir will ba held at Head
cintirlrrs n KKIDAY KVKMNft, Jth Inalant. at Iff
o'clock. Kiection of officers and other Important busiueas.
!'Vrdcrof W. II. MILLK.II.
10 6 " AcUng Captain.
igjr- ri" K T H WAH I.
The k.y.-O clilicns of the TENTH WARD will moet on
FHIDAi" EVENING at 7X o clock, at thallaJlof the Union
League, ItltOAI) and RACK Streets, to make the neocs
sary arraniroments for Joining the Orsnd Torohllgbt Tarade
to take place on Saturday night.
Citizens intending to Join the Cavalcade please notice.
The meeting will ba addressed Srtlie Iloa.CHAKLKS
O'NEILL, Hon. JAMES POLLOCK, Hun. A. W. BENE
lJlCT, WH, S. PIERCE, Es(.
By order ofUia Millions! Union Assoclaton.
i A. II. I-IIANUISOUS,
WW. It.LEF.TX. Secretary. 10-6 L't
gT- IIALt. Ol' TIIE
CHESNUT STREET, ABOVE TWELFTH.
By invitation f th
HON. JOHN W. FORNEY
WtO address Uie nubile
On FRIDAY EVENING, OOTOBES 7,
AT I O OIICK., j
HALL OF TIIE UNION LEAGUE,
CHEBh'UT STHEET, AX10VK TrVTLFTfl.
Ti e Ladles are Invited to bs present.
jqgT- HALli OF TIIU
JVATIONAt, II A li 1, ,
MARKET STREET, ABOVK TWELFTH.
By Invitation of Ui.
ISAAC HAZLEHURST, Esq.,
HON. TITIAN J. COFFEY,
J. A. BRIGQS, Esq.,
Of NEW YORK,
Arid nthr r distinguished Speakers
WILL AUIIUfMS THE PUULIU
AT S O'CLOCK, It
AT NATIONAL HALL,
mauki:t fcTRKKr. ahovk twelfth.
r3?f- J ' t 10 13 J4 1 ; CTUHE.
AT 1 111: 1,0m ! 01'
THE ELIC'i'EICAL INSTITUTE,
. 1 ..'() WALNUT Mtreet.
I KDKAIs 13I.ECTIUCIT V.
ritOFEsisoR c. n. dolles
Will kodrfit U.e sullic en the subject cf
Ai ai j lied ht U.e cire of rctb acute and chronic 4 K.is a,
TETiSMY EVENING, CCTOSEE C,
AT 0 CLOH,
Attl eliooaai of tie
No. 1220 "WALNUT BTREET.
AU are invlttd to attend. 10-t Jl
ff tUKNIbHtD HOUSK WANTUD-KOJl
jUishiehaUWrolr.ntiiii,e,aid. Address "II.,"
it)- jf iio, g? tj, TIHAK street, Aooi Wu. at).
'fj. rVRNISilKD HOUSE WANTED, IN
AuJl west f alnnt.or Lotisl,or Arch, nCkuul suast.
audrees "I araishad Huus," st this tinm. As 6
JETATB OF ANtUEW COMSTCCK, M.D.,
I,,,"',B!,r Sia tea sirt.ts ar ANDREW
LliathTOCK, M. H.. deceased, hewn.- s sa grai.asd U) tue
niiSaval.ika ull . . , .. j ..... ,u ... .a.
titl utukt iiAyucnt, ft(.lih nsiv.asj iim i-int
HaiJiltliH, KxtKBU-r, Ul H.Kit kTll.SWt. 0- W hit
Aiwrn.w. I'AVIh 1, HAlAlJaUiaO. INt). 61 S. SIX rii
THIS DAT, OOT0CLT1 0. 1804.
WOOD fc OA.lt V.
No. TVt CHIfMNUT STItliHT.
1 4 ft
tCT- TUF. KFNHINGTON BsVNK IN THK
COI'NTT OF f fllLslDRIsFIUA. Phii.adhl
FiiU, Bfptoml-w W. A fti'tx-inl Meeting of ik Ntrk
boUirr will tH-boH ut the lUnklnir HuaM,n THIf KM
IiAY, Uie AUh of Ocutr, t II ociooh A. M., to dcido oa
tin1 expediency of convartiiiff tho Punk Into ft Ntinl
AhortniUn, rrpUlto un act of OunKre.il iprowol
Jun 8. 1H64, nj tuK nrh other tction aa ma be ngi
ary. Hv order ot Uie Hoard o( Dtrt-otors.
9-28 l 't O. T. VKKKE3. Caihler.
frf OFFICK OF THK BRIOGS OIL COM -pao,
aSo.lt; S. roi;itTII street.
Phii.apki.i'iii a, October 1(1M4.
The Board of Jlrector8 h:ive dec)nMl the tour t)i montliiy
(lividrn.l of O.VE 1'KK Oh.M.ootbe capital atoolt,ia
iihle on the Hth Irmtant.
The Trannifr BivolsB will be cloftMl on the Ml),ilth,aort7tii
inatam. (10 1 et C'HAKLF.ri A. VVY, Treasurer.
OFFICR PBK8T0N COAL AND 1M
prove me nt Cumpanr,
So. 'i06H WATjNITT fltreet.
Phii.aihi.I'I1ia. Hcpttnaher , 14. (
rmBKNO. The lUiard of Olrectora hare thla daf
delated a-dlrldend of TWO PKK CKNT. on the eaptul
a took of the (omiany, payahle to atoohliolders on and
after October 1N. 1 he Tratufer Uooka will btsodtoak
Oct)ler 8 to October
10-8 -inwf-tK n. P. BUTTER, BecretaiT.
STOCK HOI.DKRS' MVJ5TINO.
F Art At Kit H' AND MKCHANIC8' BA SK,
1'iiit.AURi.riiiA. He u torn ber ifO. Hfl4.
A funeral meeting of th Hto kholtlen ol the Karmera'
and MrctienJca' Hank of Philadelphia wl be be d at their
Manktng llouao n T11I?K6IA Y, Uie AMk day of OetoW
nct,at 11 o'clock A M.. lor the purpoae of taklnx Into
ro ruli iteration, and deriding on tbe queatton whether or
Dot the eaiil Itank hhriil leconu' an Aaaucl itloo for rrvliui
on the bualneat of ItenkinK under tho Lawa of tno United
Hi ttea, and ol ex.-RiBlnit: the oowura con tarred by the Ant
of the (.eneral Asm-nibty nt thla tlommonwea th, entitled
"An Act ICnal'llntt tbe Itanka of Uila Common wealth ao
became AatoitatUina for the Purpose of tunklnit under
tlie Law a of the United Htntei," approred the id dar of
Autuikt. IfVt ; and to taku am ta action In regard UiereU m
may be ncedkari and nroor
lty order ot Uie .Board of Director,
9 - lo-UU) W. UUHI1TON. Jr., Caihler
GOD AND OUR COUNTRY7
C3Ly Rlvhta. Tin-SaUonal Ifnlon Aasoclationa of Ihe
rarlona waida, the t'nion CampidKn Club, Knpuhllraa
Invlnciblca, th l'nhu lA-aKitu, and all other orKanisted
bodies ol lojiJ cliiena of thu city and our n(KhlxrinK
townn. frirmia of the lion out and patriotic LINCOLN and
JOimON,aro Inv ted to loin in the GRAND UNION
MKKTINCi andTK(iHU(illT PI!0(;Et8I jN onSATUK
DAVEVKNlNO.the 8to of Oclober, IStil. Let all oome
with tlielr lUnnriH.Trunbjiarencieii, their Lantoriu, aud
Href r Torthea,
17 order of tlie Katloiial Union Ottv Kxenutfre Cora
tittW. JOHN' G. HUTLKK,
10- J-flt Ohftlrnmn Commlitee on MuetliiafC.
TO Till. PEOPLE OF THE FIFTH
WaRI. Kcllow-cltiteoii: A meeting of theolM
zens of the Ward, wnliotit distinction wt party, haa framM
the follow ipg th'Ket, whii'h la now presented for your auf
fnu;ea. with Uie eunJh.eiit belief that you will Una it everjr
ay worthy of your support. It ban len aelected Irriwpec
tKeof partv, anil ocilely with an eye to 11 mean aiidqtialitt
ratioiiH, and th ntoru c innot b reyarded iu any aenvo aa
a pari i an th kets It haa orintnat d In a desire ot men ol
all tMThtiaftoiiti to pnei t thu ekctton of iRiiorant, iucom
ljtent, and cnrrnpi iiien to othcett of honor and truat. The
randtdatra here imniid are all per Winn of education, faral
liariiy with leral linos ttnd the mmlea of publlu bualn(mat
and itiorontilily l.orent and reliable. Thla character they
have earned lor themclvoa In their prevloua puranl a tn
Uie. and we feel ritnin thut ohould Uiey be honrod wl'h
an elociton at thla time lo tho poult ions for wldch tuey have
Imi uamed. the will rellout laaliui credit upou the oltl
zensof iho Pinh Ward.
We apH-al toyou, ihen, men of the Fifth Ward, to lay
aaide for thla once all purtlnan preailectiona ao lar a the
cboire of your kx til oillcrra la concerned, and areehar
inoniuuhly lo rally foi ohi effort to elect gooo meutootrloes
Should ihia lUrt tie mecobNtul It must oxuroite a power
ful influence hureafler iu warnlnn all panlet of tbe necea
tdtyof exemaiUK mora circuuibpeclloB in making tlirtr
loc.d numliiailoii4. in roncloaioii we reapecttuliy atk
your auitrauua, tcliuw-cltUcnji.lor Uie aubjolnod inutipeud
li y ortler of tbe Independent F.aecntlre Oommitte.
K. P. KLNU, Chairman.
INI'LI UNDKNT WARD TICKET.
AI.I'KKM KN .
A. WIUSON IlhNaZKV.
It. II. PAUL.
Ml IKM.1. tIK('(riOlr..
H. Tl-BTi.v KLl)l,fi(;K, for one ear.
COLLINS W F.ST, tor two year.
J. KKNNhY, i
JOHN t A.nin. For three yean.
IK. J. ANONLT, ) 9 3(-tf
irsaf TREASURKU'H OFFICE. THK
a- Pldlude;phla, Wiirtiiuiiton, and Baltlmoru Bollroad
Pun. ,wm,imh., Reptembar 31, 1861.
The Hoard of lrertora have ihla da declared dtvl
dend uf'l IIKKK l icit CKN'l'., In c.i.li, on tbe capital
atrk of thia comiau.V and hnve directed tha creation of
KW HTOt K to ih amoant of ten per cent., to be dia
trtbuted pro rata to tht- holder, ol Uie etock.ou the Ut dy
ot let f Im r neatc, u. reprtneut the cipitHl ben-iefore eit
pftnU'd In huf.l fir. the liriii;e ovor the Hiitqiiehaunarlrer,
aud the double tTiwk, clear ot Uvvemment tux.
Al.r JiKU HOHNBB,
MEKCANTII.K CMOS CLUU.
Peraona dealroi of enrollinK their names aa
t)-.f ;KK CF THK CLUtt
will find LNta oih t with
A. II. Fl'Ll.fcH. No. n N. Third afreet.
MILL! AM A. HOI. IN, No. 7 f Murk-t atredt.
r. T. HTI.I L, N... 4 N. Hacnl atret.
W. R llAUUlH. No. t-'JA Marael atreut.
E H. IHN , No -Ml Chetnut utreei.
By order ol tbe l'..ecuuvtsC'uuiuiitu e.
C. J. IIOFFMA V,
William A. fti v ,
8t. r. fury. 10-6 .It
t3?- RAU.yT VKTFItANFOR A TRIP
UKAbqtA.tn.HMlt! lUirAi.iu.-. (rsio Cami-aiuk Ci.ua, (
Phi i AOKi.i'iiu, Octobor U, ItWt.
OlfhAOltH No 4.
I. Hi member uf the Club will aiemhu, fiitty ennlp
ped, at Uead(iiart r, COMMON WKALTll 111 I1.D1NH,
on FKIOAV EVJt.Nl NO, '.Hi inMiioi, aH o'clock preclnely.
for Uie purpose ol 'vIMiliuf ConshuiKK'keii.
II. TheCoiumlttee on hifh: and I ranportation will aee
that the neceaaary niraiu-hi -nu be luade with the band
and with Die railruhJ L'oi..iaiiy.
toy uouimiiiid, P. C. KM.M KKH,
Clin;!' .M iriliul.
W. A- filtAT, J
CliAH. C. KM'IHT. S,..-.i.il Ah!..
.IOUN T. FoltU, S 10-6 it
Ksr- iiKAi)'n'AKTi:u5j Fiusr batta-
Uou Union jim rfitrii club.
I i i !-n-niA( October 4, l4tlt.
OKI) KHS No. 4.
In acoordunce w ith Ihe auveaiU.ns of a Coiunilttee up
p;uted to take tlmt ui itteriuto ciiiiilUerj Jon, it h.is bftu
dteltl.4 to reorwhiifie thii btttl)out aud Urn I'oUuivUi
cr tri are then fore published :
1. J he battalion will b divhtrd Into ten companlea, to be
knewn ua Ctuipuitr4 A, li, C, 1, K, V, O, II, 1 , and K,
1 htrv wL'l be aiixned lo ect one Klrit Aikiatanl M.irshal,
Wi.owJU each ailect three frin the uumbcr cf Hocond
AciftMijt Marabali, uml a!ao appoint Uie nui les and oUitr
d.Tcera i.cefr'J,iry I. perlVct lh orfanli.iti')u. T?n-.v will be
if hi iti iiiib:e lor lie vood ordtr and UmlpKne of iknr
lever .,1 1 oinniand'-, .i well An ivt any property ot the Out
iii'ruittd lo thir i.ttre.
U. Kach t ouipanv will be provided with a lantern ami a
fbH:. tpon whu h si.wll be tous iti:ouily dl-pd th letur
of the -aine. They w;ll le tacrkU by the iea.xliv urdiriy
Ill Ltvtka will te rrovUkd at these ksJAdquArter, In
wi uii u-niibtra ol the batullon. and Im-a dtxmoui of
bo;iujiK ivn h, may mr(il their uauii-i and attavh thetu
.vclvta t4j t-ueU eonipaiiv aa tbey miif aeler-t. The head
iiuoritra of the battalion will bt vpcud.diy, from W u'l-iucli
A M. until lOoclfikl' sM.,and icoua iwdant of com
piiiiMa whl di tail one or two men to attend there dally,
fi r the purpoae ol rectlviiitf U.a uauttt oi ueuibera and
IV. C niaadaiit- of couipanifca will ininnliately aelect
twu m en to couipuBt a pit. not r rorpi.und will, without
claay, proreed to celvrt the itW tra aa hereU'fure pro
vided, and aiund te Uie ihorouh urbanization of ibelr
V. In aciordam't with the rwiuet of the aommlttee, the
hlef Marahal baa ata'gned lie folio wihk tlral aMixUul
jiarabula to the e.omtuand of the aewrel oosipaiitea :
Company A 4'oh uel I). W. C. Uextr.
Couipaay B Cvloncl T MotbattU.
1 Cfjuipaisy C
Company l Tolonel John 7. lUmn,
t cui.pany K i oli nel f . P. F. Tappu.
Imipany F apiaiH A. J. Knorr.
ComfMity ti klaior C. M. licrry.
Cuipay HMior Hit-hard Kills.
Com a sty I IM ateaant J. li. lie Raven.
Ouii'Mny K Major lltnry Baaae, Jr.
Uy euimaisd of . .
Colonel p.C. ELLMAKIB, Chief iCarhaL
WILLIAM A. t'H A Y . i
HAHLtaH C. RMUBf,) BpeclaJ Aldla 1A,
iDfJcpernlcnt OandldaU for Oommon Oonnoil,
HAMUWi J. OIIKHWKI.L..
RALLY, UBIOIT ML5, SALLY I
I 'OTIKTHKNTH WAHD.
Tin ant fat rar silfht,
Turn out fcr Iho rlgtit,
GUARD T0RCHLI3HT PHOCE8SI01T,
AT 7 O'CLOCK. ON 8A.TUKDAY EVIiNINOI,
OCTIIEn S, 1W4.
Ih? i3ilrs of lha r.urtsnth Wart Nalioaal t7nliA
Ctoli, anil the loyal cltlzans ol Ihs FuS-tssntti War da.
string to pars!. wl A tills organisation, ara eordiall
lnvtt4 to meot at tbo
nALI, OF TIIE NATIONAL UNION CLWB,
WtOWat, BtLOW TWELFTH 8TBKET,
To participate tn the (lrarvl Union par ads.
A TI AMD Of MCHIC WILL BB Iff ATTBSTANOR,
snl TrsusparrDcles, Torchsi.t'lsg!, Ao , will bt road tgr
LET ALL COME THAT CAN.
T'lsre wllltia a Chief Martha! ami twelve KanliaU, mist
of Uun insa of graat military exporlsnce
mErEEIOK A. VAN OLEVE,
10 6 4f OniEr af AltinAL.
tT LKOOLU, JOES SON & LIBERTY!
HON. ISAAC HAZLEHUEST
TIIE ('ITIZF.ti'S OF rlULAliELratA.
A.T IMA-TIorVA-L HALL,
MAllKF.T, BM OW THIRTEENTH HAEST,
On THDE8DAY EVEH1N0, OOTOBEB 6,
AT 0 CLOOC,
Br Invitation of th
3- GBAND GATHERING OF
NO NORTH, NO SOUTH, OXE COUNTCT,
The Stars and Stripes for All the Land,
All friends of
LINCOLN AND JOHNSON;
All gallant Veterans who havt fousbt for OU
AO who love and honor our
BRAVE SOLDIERS; .
AU who ara determined that the
MAJORITY BHALL RULE;
All who woald netrotiaU an honorable peace, with
As react CommlaSloDfr! ; a'l who hate
rUNISU TRAITORS ;
All who re.lolce when our Artalaa
AU who revere our
And still olMrtahUielrprtucMee; all who are grateTti JC
tli bleating! transmitted to ui hjr the
4'IKHOES Ol' '70;
Ail who woald preserve these blessings tat their chlldrea i
, ALL AMERICANS. MATlfffi AND ADOPTED,
Are reiuesld te meet at
Ou SATURDAY EVENING, Octobsr 8, 1864,
To testify llieir devotion to the
CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION,
Whlrh annr-d traitors in some Stales, and auurmsd eaa
patblxers In olhei s, are tr jlng to ovurihiow.
;LET THE WHOLE PEOPLE 00ME,
And with onlted vetoes proclaim that, la spile of
Our Coaailt j shall fjrvver renisln a
KKKR LAltD FOR rOJTLBITV,
And a hiisna Ar tl a
OITHKJSKJl OF ALL NATIOM.S.
(iotl and Our C'uuntry Freedom Former.
A III1MI DISPLAY OF FIRHWOtKS
WUI uteplnce.on lire ailjournmactof the Heatlag,
IN TBK SUARF..
liy urtUir of the National Union CltyEnxcutlve Conrollte.
JOHN Q. UUTIiEIt,
lU il ot IHAIR.MAN COMM1TTKB OH MKETINOS.
t3T MIEOANTILE UNION 0LTJB
U.e MEKC ASTILE UHION CLl'B. having reiolved to
paitiilpaie In the general Farads to he held
O.i SATURDAY Kvamiiiir. Oot. 8,
Respectfully Invite the Merchanta and lluilnesi Hen of
FtiUJeli Lia to testify their devotion to th
CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION,
By nnltlng witA them.
The flub wlUmettatUlll01ILEAOCF.(Concert)HALt,
at 1 o clock, where kailses "-d torche! will he provided.
To preserve nnlforialiy of aipcarauee, dark clothing Is
Tke leinwlng arpolntmeate live been made, and will
te t td snd rttpvcltd accordingly ;
W. BART t'ARR,
E. HARPER JCrFllIEH,
W. W. AI.Li.ii.
If. r. HrXL,
I IIAKLES R.ABBOTT,
Wsf. P. ATKINSON,
Uy order of
JAMES V. KKYBKIt.
-s ARMY, NAVY, AND CITIZEN'S
flelhins fcanliroKiered. SseuldvrSlrsps. Wr.alAl,
a-, la sty is ouaurpsssed, at very rsductd PJJ'jj
yo.lSMyril Street, abvviCheaaert.
Id J 'AU