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THE DAILY EVENING TET,KGRArn.-lrmLADEY,rnTA. FRIDAY, JULY I, I8C4
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. ' A HAHY AfTEftHOOH MWSrArtf.
CmCE No. 103 S. THIRD STREET.
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o SfotiTwe, hsvartaNy la Knm far u period
A3'irtsetsnts assarted at tna anal rates. A liberal
Brrti.lsossot aseda tot uoa4 mtsruoa.
- We rseriae can hlrotif Arsowymnat rieinnienileBtlons.
tuwev U li.taai.te4 tor nasertlea) mart be anthentteeted
Vt naane end rHii at tn. srrtter--wot neosatsariiy fnr
nbltnothMi. hut M mnnM for hie Hood raKh. Weean-
atst undertake to return rejeoted Ooiaiaanhiotioita.
' m ts a great tonreseo la the CVnilaMna Tn
KTHnlnoTKl.ROKArH.tomD.lhMa.fto .o In nr.. al an
arty boar, we urgently fwieeet that B'frrtl..maiitt mar
a. eoea an tea e'elnek. if Boeesbia. to .Mum
, tkaai an astertioa hi all of on editions.
FRIDAY, JULY 1, 1SG4.
AaiaaonMaU Tula KTtimlmgr.
-' Daw Qaaaim a-rassT TnaATBB.Oheeaat street, above
Twautav-T Seem aUUr. Doors apt at J. Tseoea
Mm. ftaawa Anew Stbkbt TsnstTaa, Area ail ant, above
httk. VAereA, IAs Fortattm and Jtnny hind. Boon
paa aft Tr. Certain rises et eearter te B e'elock.
' Hurani Inui Oraaa Btmsn. Carworeee A Diners
Ninettes. Oaxat at T e'aeoe.
TDK CHAireK Its THE A Hi's FT.
The ai-cltamani la the public mind with
"regttrtj to th realgnatlon of Secri-V- " ,
bean allayed by the t,, .utment of
Boo. Willi am Pitt FsssfDix, at present
Senarr-i . uub' Maine, and Chalr-
maa of the Committee on Finance, In which
responsible position he hat displayed signal
ability, supported and confirmed by a rare
Integrity and a fidelity to the cause of the
nation, which has won for him the respect and
friendship of his associates of all parties, even
While differing ft-em his political Tiewa. It
! rourt be borne In mind ttiat Mr. Febbkndbn
has oo desire for the position he has been so
unexpectedly called Into, and In accepting it
J be Is actuated solely by a lofty spirit of patrt-
J . Of Mr. CjtjaTretlrement from office the
- w turns muuue oi opinion prevm is. x lie
newspaper press generally throughout the
country deplore the circumstance, and unanU
, moualy accord to Secretary Chase the high
cet credit for eminent ability and unflagging
and unwearied labors In a thankless and
onerous position. The New York World,
' rhlladelphla Age, and Philadelphia Bulletin
. of coarse could not withstand the temptation
. to air their hoob In an indecent
fling ,at the " dead lion." With these
-Unilftnlflcant exceptions, the press have re
flected the sentiments of the loyal supporters
' of the Government, which are universally
those of regret and sorrow, that In the trying
ordeal through which the nation is passing,
the President is deprived of the sage advice
id profound statesmanship of one who has
adorned the national councils, and whose
whole life Illustrates his devotion to those
cardinal principles Which are so rapidly being
erystallzed Into the organic law of the na
T1IK WORM NUIHANCE.
- TS press and the people are coming pretty
vinulmously to the conclusion that In order
to be effectually rid of the "worm nuisance"
we aust have the city trees filled with in
sectivorous birds, and that to have the birds,
nothing can be tolerated in our midst that will
frighten and drive them away. We have
shows that before the squirrels were admitted
lot our public squares we had plenty of birds
and no worms ; and the rational Inference is
that the birds and the squirrels cannot agree
together in peace and harmony.
. TVrefore the question to be decided seems
to stipe Itself Into this formulary : Shall we
hav the squirrels with the worms, or the birds
withott the worms f Nobody, we should
aJliLnk,tould hesitate for a moment in such a
choice? The squirrels are of no imaginable
use In the city parks, and we never could see
the sense of Introducing them at all. Except
that they have a profuxion of hair on their
tails, we can discover no more beauty in them
than In a rat While, then, they are neither
useful nor ornamental, why should they not be
, They might be endured if they were harm
less, even though they are useless ; but they
are positively injurious. They keep away the
birds by destroying their nests, and otherwise
amnoylng them ; and the consequence is that
our city trees are covered every spring with
fresh brood of caterpillars, which eat up the
foliage, and deprive us of the grateful beauty
and refreshment of our lntra-mural groves.
- It has been suggested by one of our con
temporaries that the Municipal Councils
ahould make an order to have wren-boxes
placed In all the trees in our public squares ;
and the argument In favor of the measure Is,
that the wren In so small and can gut into its
Beit through so tiny an aperture, that the
quirrels cannot possibly disturb them. This
la very well as far as It goes, but It does not
go far enough to meet the evil to be corrected.
Even If it wer true, as supposed, that all that
b necessary to secure the residence in our
city trees of the bird, la to have their nests
said young piotocted. the proposition i
only a comprnmle with the nuisance
to ue abated, ouj like most all compro-
BqLs, it Is of very doubtful expediency.
It is by no mraan certain that the wren, even
provided with quarters impenetrable to the
i j i i . . i 1 1
a.euinreu, woiua mnaDii places wnere uo vmer
tcan come, and where even they are liable
!annd by a swarm of wild rats, which
4txua to be inimical to every form of animal
ilie except a flast of nasty and destructive
I The truth is that the squirrels are'the cause
J of the worm nuisance, and In order to cure
that wo must strike it at the root that Is,
ilea ont utterly and forever the squirrels.
(Therel nothing like radical measures when
'you are earnestly lnWnt on getting rid of any
annoyance whatever. FlraVaarn, If you can,
vhbt really produces the vdachlef to be
Remedied, and when that la ascertained, go In
? r Its nromnt am AWoorh extirpation. All
t .urG,.Aort of that are umt worthy of con
ization. ' " . ' 1
It to more than probable It la cefataln that
' Me the squirrels are allowed to reunain la
""y we hall have but few if any'aMrds,
9 w succeed In getting the blrdsVto
'V to tbplr old haunts in our pauiiVe
We tho worms. This tuaA
'" in mora respects than one,
' not unworthy of the speedy
TH AT or I.IYItt.
We have happily a few pleasant patches of
woodland, acattored here and there In our
city, and why should thpy not be made availa
ble to the nttermoat for the good and salutary
purposes they were meant to serve f Why
should we be kept oft the grans, limited to
gravel walks, and forced to sit on low stools,
as the only alternative of keeping perpetually
on our foot Much advanced as we are In
some respects beyond the communl les of the
Old World, they understand the art of living
vastly better than we do. The fact Is, we do
not soora to value life at all, or at lot very
littlo for its own sake. It apparently never
enters the heads of the mans of American,
that thrlr brief stay upon this globe has any
other proper end than to toil, to scheme, and
to sutler, in order te amass money. Wealth
Is the object they are perpetually and eagerly
driving at, and yet when they have got It
they appear to have neither the disposition
nor the ability to enjoy it philosophically. It
Is otherwise with the societies over the water,
or with the educated or better portion of them.
To live not exist physically merely but
to make life a scene of moral and Intellectual
pleasure, sweetened by domestic comfort and
affection, endeared by personal friendship,
enlivened by social courtesies and sympathies,
embellished by elegant accomplishments and
tastes, and diversified by refined ain"'.s::ts7
Is the malav'-ui oi aspiration and effort with
ple on the other side of the Atlantic.
iey labor, they struggle, and they plan and
plot as we do bore, to get riches, or rather
competency ; but they do not covet and grasp
at gold for the mere love of gold, but simply
for the human and social, the sensual and
spiritual, enjoyment It can purchase. Life
with them has a positive worth of its own, to
which all laborious effort is made subservient,
and its fruition Is infinitely varied and ex
baustless. They delight themselves In literature, In
painting, in music, In sculpture, in architec
tural art, In fetes, in dramatic exhibitions, in
zoological and botanic gardens, and all out
door and In-door hospitalities, pursuits, and
recreations. They work, but they do not
work perpetually. They give a good part of
their time and thoughts to those diversions,
without which the law of labor would be In
deed an unmitigated curse, and existence an
odious burden. Mrs. Stow a confirms us in
this view by the following description of a
scene she witnessed In one of tho popular
resorts In Paris. She says :
"After visiting the Luxembourg, I resorted
" to the gardens of the Tuileries. The ther-
" mometer was about eighty degrees in the
" shade. From the number of persons as
M sembled, one would have thought, If It had
been in the United States, that some great
" mass convention was coming off. Under the
" Impenetrable screen of the trees, in the dark,
" cool, refreshing shade., are thousands of
" chairs, for which one pays two cents a piece.
" Whole families come, locking up their door,
bringing the baby, work, dinner, or lunch,
" take a certain number of chairs, and spend
"As far as eye can reach you see a multl
" tude seated, as if at church, with other mul
" titudes moving to and fro, while boys and
girls without number are frolicking, racing,
" playing ball, driving hoop, etc., but contrlv
" ing to do It without . making a hideous
. " How French children are taught to play
" and enjoy themselves without disturbing
" everybody else Is a mystery. ' Cest gentiP
" seems to be a talis manic spell ; and 'Ce n'est
" pat genlil ca' is sufficient to check every
" rising Irregularity. Oh I that some savant
" would write a book and tell us how It la
" done 1 I gazed for half an hour on the speo
f tacle. A more charming sight my eyes
never beheld. There wore grey-beaded old
men and women, and invalids ; there were
" beautiful demoiselle working in worsteds,
at embroidery, or sewing ; men reading
papers, and In fact, people doing everything
tjhey would do In their own parlors. And
" all were graceful, kind, and oollglng; not a
" word or act of impoliteness cr indecency.
" No wonder the French adore Paris, thought
"I; In no other city in the world is a scene
" like this possible t No wonder that their
" hearts die within them at thoughts of exile
" in the fens of Cayenne."
IIow unlike anything of the kind ever seen
In the United States Is this charming picture
of French freedom, sociability, and politeness!
It makes one wish that he could transplant
here something of that genial appreciation of
the pleasurable uses of life, and the faculty of
harmonizing an easy simplicity and frankness
of manners with the distinctions of rank and
worldly condition, which the French people
so beautifully exemplify In their social
habitudes. ' '
: When shall we have a garden of the Tuile
ries, where ail classes, tiie lofty and the hum
ble, the rich and the poor, the young and the
old, men, women, and children, will congregate
on a summer's day, without Incurring unsuita
ble remarks from any, without uncivil jostling,
without the leant cuenslve Impertinence or
indecorum whatever, yet with the most agree
able unrestraint and naturalness?
We fear that this thing Is very, very remote
from realization in this country. There is a
bard shell of sordid utilitarianism, of practical
matter-of-factness, of formal prudlshness, of
non-democratic Jealousy and exclusivuuess, In
our present character and habits, which forbids
any hope of our breaking through, very early,
Into that gay, butterfly joyousness, freedom,
and comeliness of social demeanor and lnter
coume which distinguish society on the Euro
pean continent. But let us, at any rale, make
the most of our privileges. Let the public
squares be kept open always, and let those
who will enjoy them to their hearts' content.
The bnes of Dante having been be;wJ
from tlie cit uf lUveuna, where be diad, ure to
be solemnly iransiorrcd to Florence for reinter
ment, as an atoLenient by the present generation
for the wrongs done him by thvir ancestors.
The extensive hardware factory of the
Plant' Manufacturing Company at Houthington,
Connecticut, with its machinery and stock, was
totally destroyed by tirs on Sunday moruinit.
The telegraph ollice in the aume building wai
also destroyed. Loss 70,000.
General Fensendeu, sun of Senator Fesncndon.
who is now at his home in Maine, la getting along
finely. Ills amputated log heals slowly; but his
general health is (iood, and he hai ordered a new
lep, which be expects will make blm all right by
The Connecticut river Is now four or five
Inches below low-water mark, snd tho water at
the water shops of the Rpriniffleld armory is six
and a half feet lower than its average. Unless
rain falls soon, some of the machinery at these
shops will have to stop.
Msjor Rodman, commandant at the Water
town Arsenal, in Massachusetts, has just com
pleted an iron gun-currUKa for his 20-lnch von,
which weighs forty thousand pounds. The Arse
nal has within a month filled a Government order
for six millions of cartridges. The average daily
number manufactured is one hundred and fifty
thousand. . .
A convict who was seat to State prUoa front
Concord, Massachusetts, last fall, lot three yean,
as a punishment f burglary, manairod to keep
all the time a 100 bill that bo had stolen br
uiting it in bis hair wnen ne was pui in con.
ul a lew days ago be tnouffbc oeuer oi it, aim
to gyBd W the
eights or Auras.
t orrranondrarr B wreathe Britlah I'mn.
nwl at Mi. Inls aad Urmrrmt Wm
The following Important correspondence np.
penrs In the MempMi Argm .-
"BaiTTna CowrLAT, St. lorn, June 9,
ISM. Hir : I have the honor to inclimo herein a
newipnpcr extract, dated the 2d inntant, being an
Older purporting to be Inmcd by yoor order.-
"At it was only a short time since Unit Mr.
CrniMil Wilkinn did himself the pleasure of re
porting In an Oflicinl despatch to Lord Lyons, her
Mn.ie-ly'n Miliinter at Washington, that ha had
been informed that it was the strict intention of
the United States authorities at Memphis not to
infringe on the rights of any alien who properlv
conducted himself, I feel convinced that the third
pnriKraph ol this order, as reported to lie Insued,
wns without your knowledge or approval, as the
princ iple involved in that pirni;ra;h is, ia my
opinion, of so grave a nature that I loe no tirno
in calling your attention to It.
"I hate the honor to be, sir, with great renpect,
your ohedlent Servant, r iUNcrs Wilkin.
"II. D.M. Acting Consul."
Rplj rCJenernl Wnahbnrn).
" Ilf'.AtiUAt KTHl DtSTHICT WFST TKWWESHFK,
M km puis, Tenn., Kith June, lHfit. Kranois
Wllklns, Kfq., Acting Consul, Hi. Louis, Mo. :
Sir: Your communication of tlieltth instant In
received. You have been correctly informed
tout it in 'the strict Intention or the United Mutes
authorities at Memphis not to infringe, on the
rights of any alien who properly conducts hlin
self.' "I regret that any misunderstanding should
arine an to what those rights are, as 1 am very
anxious In the discharge of my dotle- o -rf
Government to -"'.id a.. -.C uiai shall iuitly
iTr.i.grurlo:ol complaint to any friendly Power.
I cannot admit that the order to which yo cull
my attention cuo justly he regarded as violating
the rights of anybody. You are quite mistaken,
1 acaure you, in supposing that the third para
graph of the order alluded to was tssne i without
my knowledge or approval. The principle In
volved in that paragraph was fully considered
"The city of Memphis is a military post,
gnvemad hy martial law, and the authorities
must be allowed to judge upon what terms any
person shall remain hero. It is well known that
thero are many persons now in Memphis who
claim the protection of foreign Governments, who
have been tn the service of the Confederate
Government, fighting against the Government of
the United Stales, and that others, presuming
upon their claims of neutrality, have, in the
character of spies, been our most dangerous
"The liberality displayed by the Oovernment
of the United States towards the subjects of other
Governments who have followed our armies,
and a ho were found domiciled in places wrested
from the enemy, has no parallel In the aouali of
"Suppose that during the Crimean war, after
the allied troops bad landed at Kupatoria, Ame
rican citizens, in the pursuit of gain, had pre
sented themselves at that point and demanded
that thy should bt allowed to remain there and
cngaga in business pursuits, would their claim
have been listened to for an instant
"If I am not grossly misinformed, no private
American cltiitcn was permitted to enter the lines
of the Allies during that war. It was right that
they should be excluded, and the Government
of the United States did not and could not
"In regard to the exemption of subject'! of
neutral powers fiom mlllii i duty in the defense
of this city, I have conceded in the order to which
yon a'lude their right to such excration. I have
done so from an earnest desire to avoid olfcnse to
any neutral or friendly Power rather thm be
cause I conceded the principle that they could
not rightfully be called out to defend the city in
case it should be assailed.
"I think that there are precedents fully estab
lishing the opposite priuclple, and if I mistake
not the parallel, and may be allowed to compire
small things wii h large, there is an instance which
comes to my mind where your own Government,
at a date not remote, recognized this same prin
ciple. I allude to the cose of the supposed in
tended rising of the Chartists in 1817, under Fear
gus O'Connor, vi here ail the able-bodied men of
all the large cities were compelled to come out,
regardless of tucir nationality, to defend them
aguintt any attack that might be made. The pre
sent F.mperor of France, then an exile in London,
among thousands of other foreigners, was called
ont and did duty on that occasion. True, he was
called out and sworn in as a special constable,
but the dbject was to defend tho city, and so far
as the principle Is concerned it mutters not
whether he was called a constable or a militia
."I have the honor to be your obedient servant,
"C. C. WASHBItUMB,
OovernnMsnt ftteambaat omntnnleat loai
with the Artnlen) on James Rlvor.
We learn from a circular issued by Captain P.
P. Fltkin, A. Q. M. at City Point, under date of
June 27. that the dally mall and way freight line
between the armies on James river and Wash
ington, established by Brigadier-General Rufus
Ingalls, Chief Quartermaster of the armies ope
rating against Richmond, In orders No. 2, on the
2th inst., consists now of the steamers llitihl ind I
l.xght, heynrr, John A. ii arnrr, ana i nart itlt
Yandtrbilt, anil the fnllowing schedule h is been
adopted and will lie punctually observed :
Leave Washington at 2 o'clo.k P. M. daily;
arrive at Fortress Monroe at or before 0 A.M. tho
Leave Fortress Monroe at 10 o'clock A. M.
daily ; arrive at City Point at 4 o'clock P. M.
Leave City Poiut at 5 o'clock P.M.; arrive at
Bermuda Hundred at o 13 P. M.
lave Bermuda Hundred at 0 o'clock A. M.
Leave City Tolnt at 10 o'clock A. M. daily.
These boats will touch nt Fortress Monroe and
Alexandria, to deliver and receive mails, and
arrive at Washington at or before 10 o'clock A. M.
the following day.
There will be a provost guard, under an officer,
on board these bouts to preserve order, examine
passes, and to prevent improer persons and pro
perty from being taken on board. The officer re
leried to will have the right, under the orders of
the Provost Msrshsl-Genoral of the Army of the
Potomac, to examino passes of all persons wh
present themselves for passage, and to eject any
one who is not au hurlxid to make the trip.
An Ancirnt v KRstow of the BinLE. At a
meeting of the Library Committee of the Cor
poration, Mr. Deputy Bower iu the chair, it
was announced that the Emperor of Russia,
tli rough his Ambassador, Baron Brunnow, had
presented to the Coriioration a copy of the
Vibliorum Codti Siniiticus. recently published ut
his expense at Constantinople. It has been
edited by M. Zischcndorf, and the history of
Its finding is very curious. It appears that
the editor, who is a celebrated philosopher of
the German school, and a resident in l.cipsic,
while on a visit to the convent of St. Catherine,
on Mount Sinai, discovered, wrapped in cloth, in
tbestewurd's room, an ancient ui tuuserlpt Ho
at once taw the value of tho treasure, and
after some parley succeeded m ieriuading the
monks of the convent 10 present it to the Ktn
pcror of Russia. The Emperor, In the must
generous manner, caused three hundred copies of
H to be printed in the ancient Greek characters,
200 of ahicb were distributed by his own hand,
nnd the remainder he presents to the editor.
The work contains part of the Greek Septimgint
version of the Old Testament, the Epistle of
Itnrnabns, the first portion of the Shepherd of
Hernias, and other books the New Testament
being complete: and, with the one purchased
by the same gentleman, and now incorporated
with this, the wbo'e of the work is considered
to be complete. It is considered to have been
originally written about the fourth century.
Tho 1st and :id New Jersey Regiments were
paid off at Trenton on Saturlay, receiving be
tween tH,(MI0 and (tJO.OOO.
Kx-Kt nator C. C. Clay, of Alabama, and ex
Secretary Jacob Thompson, of Miss., left Wil
mington' a lew weeks ago for Bermuda, and were
to go thence to Halifax. They are in the secret
service of the Rebel Government.
The Brown Farm, known as "Violet Grove,"
sliuah d on the west branch of Langford's bay,
Kent county, Md., and coniaiasng 21a acres, has
been sold for 65 per acre. Richard Hynson,
Joseph A. Scovllle, the New York corres
pondent of the London mU,died on Saturday,
lis wrote over the signature of "Manhatt in."
He was at one time the private Secretary of John
An ocean telegraph, with a capital of one
million two hundred and titty thousand dollars,
has been started in Kngland on a new plan. This
company proposes "to provide and anchor ships
near the ordinary track of vessels, such ships to
servo as electric telegraph and signal stations in
Communication with existing systems in Europe
and America, and also as salety -beacons for navi
gation." The ships are to be fitted up complete as tele
graphic stations, and are to be provided with
steam power. Steam teudara, capable of acting
as tugs, are also to bo at hand, with a view to
render assistance to disabled and derelict ves
sels. The tirst stations selected are off the Scilly
Islands and off Cape Raca, Newfoundland. The
company looks for its revenue to the couveyauce
of telegrams, salvage, the sale of stores, towage,
and the embarking aud disembarking of mails,
I'txU, and iava') ,
1'oLict A bursts. The tollow table will show
the number of arrests made by the police during
the month of June. v
J'. Arret': Jhi. Arrttlt.
1 172 II 121
2 411 12 77
..2 1 14
..il4 . Kescrve t'orps.
.. '17 ll irlMir Police.
....112 l'nrk do 40
10 140 Chesnut Hill Police. 7
Kl.RCTION OF I'OI.ICS M AO ISTRATRS. Th
following Pnllce Magistrates hnve been selected
by Councils : First DMrlct, Samuel I,utr. ;
Second, Robert Carter j Third, John Swift;
Fourth, Charles Welding; Fifth, George I'atcheU
Sixth, H.T. Jones; Seventh, Wm. 8. Toland ;
I'.lghth, Joseph I'lanklngton; Ninth, Charles K.
I'lincoutt; Tenth, A'inm H. Sinn-maker;
Kl venth, John Cloud; Twelfth, Win. It. Butler;
Thirteenth, O. I.. Hamsdcl ; Fourteenth, Kolicrt
II. Thomas; Fifteenth, Thomas T. Holmes;
Sixteenth, James Allan.
Local Brkvitiss. An ordinance for the ap
pointment of one hundred additional policemen
is now pending before Councils. The police forco
nt present nnniler six hundred and eight patrol
m n, thirty-seven telegraph operators, and
eighteen turnkeys.... Tne eleventh annual com
mencement of the I'olvtechmc College was held
lust wr: in Cv.r-,rt'llrtli.. ..A meeting of the
ward Bounty Fund Committees will ba held on
Suluiilay eWHing, for the purpose of adopting
plans hy which the Committees may work with
Councils in their endeavors to raise funds for the
exemption of every man from the draft. ...The
body of Snmuel llerrell, a merchant In Mtrket
stteet, above Eighth, has been found in a whe it
field, nine miles from CheAcr. When the de
ceas d left the city he was supposed to be labor
ing undcradcrangcmentol'mind....The Kxccu
tive Committee of the Sanitary Fair offer to sell
the fountain in Igan Square to the city for 8J0O.
It is raid the materials in the fountain cost the
Fair over 1.W0.
Orrat Crntral Clothing House, Sixth and
ornat Ontral Clettkui Hounn, With and Market.
(Irval Osotrnl ('Will. Ins Himur, MUth and Market.
Orvat IVntrnlt.'loltiiuc HnuM, Sixth ana Mnrknt.
(treat I'nmrnlClethlttK Hm, Sixth and Market.
Ureal Onlrnl Cl"liins Homo, ftlith and M trknl.
Urail Cantral tjnrtnliin llouna. Sixth and Marknt.
final 4.'ntratlHKlilnn llounn, Mixta and Maikac
;renl IVntrai ('kAliing Himisa, Hlvlh and Market.
(In-at Ontrnl CI'iIIiIiik llaune. Hlxih nnd Marknt.
. Oiant Central rsHliinu Houm, Hixttl and Markwt.
(Irsnt OnlralCMMiuj llou.e.Hlxih an t Marknt,
jM-atCntr:tnhlns' tlu, Sixth and Market.
Oieat OentraJCSrtUmK !lun, SJIxth and Market.
WiralCcntrnK.'lulhli'l Douse. Hlxlh aid Mnrxnt.
Ornat Ontral CloUilns House, Hlxlk and Marknt.
fireal Ontral (ttnthin tie isa. SIxUi aad Msrknt.
tlrnnt Central !'lol hlnK llnn.n, Hlxth and Market.
(Irent I'snltnll kithlni II, xi.a, Mlxlh and M.rknU
tireat Omral 'Inthiiif H.iSte, Hutth and MitrknL
Wanamaker A llrown, Oak. 1111.
Wanamnker a ltruwa. Oak Hall.
Wanauiaker A Brawn, Oak Unll.
Wanamaker A Brown, Oint Hall. .
Wannniaker A Ilrnwn, oak Hall
j Wanainaftwr A Itmwn, Oak ILUI.
W aiinmAknr A Brown, Oak HaII.
WanamnkfT A llrown, Onk Hall.
Wanamnker A hmwn, Ota Hall. -
WansmAkar A Brown, Oak Halt. '-
WanninAher A Itrowu, Oak. Halt ,
Wannniakar A llrown. Oak Hall.
WaramAkr A Browa, Oak lla'l.
Wanamakor A limn a, Oak lla'l.
Wnnamakar A llrown, , Oak Hall. .
Wanamnknr A Brown, Oak Hall.
Wauamalter A lln.wn. Oak Hall.
Wa.iamakrr A llrown. Oak HaU.
Wat aruaknr A Brown, Oak Hall.
Wanamaker A llrown. Oak Halt.
Atransen In the cltv vialltne ttia treat Contra! Fair, aod
crtuens ironeraUjr, viik and the tieat CMIilnt; and the most
reaniiallaprlc at WaSAMAKka A itnuws's.
K. eornar Sixth and Market suronts.
Larkik Sc Co., the Incomparable photogra
phers, at the southeast corner of Eighth and
Arch, have made special arrangements for tho
coming week, in order to accommodate visitors
to the Fair. During the week, six superb cartes
drmtite will be token for one dollar.
American Watch ks, v
- . Silverware, at
W. B. F.ltonhead's, No. 1322 Chesnot St.
IIats. Straw and soft hats, most fashionable
styles, at Lalng & Co.'s, Sixth and Chesnut
Great Srcrkt discovered to avoid late break
fasts and make cbecrfnl homes. Buy your Coal
of A. S. Dotter, No. 304 N. llroad street.
BltOWaKI.L KlHflAM. Jims 3, at Olansarry, Tor
rcsdnlr.br the Itt. Kev. Illih Alonio Potter, II ".Mil V
TllHOIt BKUWhKl.l., or Hartliitil. to IlKltrKlIIIK,
danshttr ol ttia late Kichard 8. Kissain, at. L., oI'Maw
I.OKI.ANn HUliHOK.-Oa the mornleir of the 27th
June. I. the Rev. Andrew Lonmiere, W. Lt)KI,tND,of
Carolina amntv.M.i., to UK i i is. only uaugniur or tun
late naiuucl llndaon, of Fhlladelphia.
'ItIM.-On ti e JOIh Inatant. 8K AH B. CRUX, daughter
of Kdward and Maria WaKsnner.
Tim ialttvia ami irleuda oi the fhtnlly are reftooctfully
Invited to attend tho faueral. from the residence of liir
husband, on Hamruav, Julvi, at 12 o tlock, Iroiu o. 704
H. front aireet, Caudau, Mew Jersey.
JMXI'N -On tin th ultimo, COKNKLIUS L. DIXOH,
hi Uie lth year or hla as.
The ri-lanvea nnd itiends of the family are reapectftilly
Imlud to attend the luneral, from the rushlu.icenf his
luthcr, .lanica lllvoit, Iihim Mill, Mill i;rnek. Lower Mo
ron ionnshli, MoutKonjery oonnty.on Snnday,ad uiataat,
at 10 o'clock A. M.t without lurthor notice.
HAl'U.-On Ike 21Hh ultimo, LOt lS HtVQ, aged Ik)
Ilia relatives aa I rVleudt, also Metamora Tribe, No.
I . o. a. Si., and w v. M Asaoeiation, are reiieciiuiir in
vited to attend the nineral, from hla late residence. No. s
Charlotte street, above Thlr4 and Brown, on Hunday
afternoon, at 1 o'clock. To proeced tj UlenwooO C'eiue-
KKLPII.-On the 'th ultimo, JAMKS KKI.SII.snn of
liosunna and the late Jauie, nein, ia tue ttstearor
The relatives and frlenda of the family are reapectlully
tnvtttd to iittend the luneral, t'rum the residence of hla
mother, 8. W corner of Prune and fifth alieela, on uatiir
day tuornln at s.H o'clock. Kimerat service and luteriuent
at ht. Mary a cnurcn, noutli liunn aireei.
KKl.VtV. On the'th u't mo, of disease oontraoted la
tlie erice, Hcrxeaiit JOHN i'.KKl.VKY, late ot lorn
nanv 1. Hsih Iteuiiueiil I. V.. in the .'tftli year of his asu.
The relatives and fi-tendiof tho htmily. I'hllanihroplo
Lidse. o. .. I. l. of O. K.. I'vpnuraiitilrnl Hocletr, 'I'r-
Mraltwl t'lilon, Sio. 9, and inaintmtaof tlieiSth Itel
mtmt uow In II e city, are rvMnecii'uily in. lied to attend tne
luneral, fiom bis late re.hlence, No. lelOAiil'a atreat.oa
ISaturdnv aflen o in, July 2, at S o'clock. Toprocdedta
X1KIII.. On JuuoSO, WILLIAM K. K1KIIL ,1a the37th
Thereiatoea and friends of the family are retpeetfli'ly
Inviti-d lo attend the futiural. trom hla lale residence, No.
North Kishih alrjel.ou Tuesday uiotiiliuj, July ft, at
KIKK. At Alexandrls. Vt.,nnTusiday evening, June
2m. Lieutenant WILLIAM K I UK. ot the Kill I'eiiuaylvanl
Cavalry, Crui a w'oand received iu May laat, at Todd's
i Ilia Irwnda and llioae of the oirally, are respectfully In
. vl tsl tti allend hi luneral, trom tiie re.ldeueeol hla lather,
a. L. Kirk, No. Hit N ttixtk street, on Tuesday morulas.
July e.nt iu o clous.
I.KlHTKIt. on the iih ultimo, afte- a short illness, Mrs.
Kl.l.AI'K I H M.. lie "I Namtiol Le tter, and dauuhter
ol Natali and the late Calvin llisk'int, In the .Ud jeer of
The rslatfvet and rViem t of the family are respec'.flill;
Invited lo aiond her funeral. from her Imnbaud's resf
denee, No. 'il'it1 A)le street, above Norrls.mi Hunday
allemcnn at J u clock, rnneral to proceeu to Monuaent
HTK.WAKT. On the ftd of June, of wonnds received on
the Hull. infioi.tof 1'elt.rnburv. JOHN H I KW Alt I', first
a.rufaiit ol Cuiauy C.UIat ltei;lmeiit t'. V. V.,aaior
Kmlly and the late .tohn HI. u art, In the -iM vearof meana.
The ri'lstives and frlntls of Uie lamily, alao the meaoera
of Chosen friend. Lmle. 1. O. ot O. f ., and nil me sohllurs
or the !M Itsimint Iu the eltt. are reii tlully Inelled to
attend I he tnnerul. trom the resldeliceol his uiolher, north
west corner ol Ituwle and Mullrutii streets, on Su-iday
aiienicen at 1 o clock, bervice at cemetery at n o clock.
A 11 T i jL, 1-3 It
HI IIHCttllTIONS TO TB
NEW YORK and PHILADELPHIA ALBUMS,
CONTKlllt'Tf.D BY in ARTISTS TO THE
Will close oa 8A1I IIDAV KVKSIXO axt, Julj 2d,
at V ociuck.
A few shares r.iay still be subscribed for. Jyl -it
a-jrr- rilOGRKSSIVE LYCEUM'S KX
cursion to Kenllwortli tlrove wltl not go to-mor
raw. but will loai a I1UOAII and 1'KIMK Streets, at 7. A
W..OII WKDNf sOAV, July Ul. Tickets for Adults, Ml
t niiuren to eepta.
M. H. DYOi r
No. 114 SEOON1) Mueet.
tNRY AITLE, GAUOER AND COC-rER,
Xo. aM S. WATF.B STREET,
Tnllalloa nrandv and Wine Casks, and all kinds
Woik made of Old and New Stud always au kaudaf
made la erder.
COAL PACKED IK HOOSHHADS fOB BHIPP1NU.
All kladt of Trtaaaamst pancluallr aueaded to. Jyl lot
XARrENTERS WANTED. FOUR OR FIVE
J hands at rraulni. Assly at ale. Jus S.l rVLLKTIl
I A HI
WANTED FOR . AN
yhlladclpkla rust ontca.
A SUbwvTrcTK WANTED FOR A l'ER-
sva name to is. etied.
Applf at luaOasaa,
J) vt . Ve.JHI.TIlHD Ket.
pocas'oa nr. i. fuaaru
Ko. 719 OUTSHUT Street.
WINDOW H II A 1) K H
x ia r. i w
"NOT DEAD, BUT UVETH."
Of the Una of Kvans A Wstioa
It woald seem n-oaa your late notice la Tmb Bvksinq
Tklkukaph and otber aewspapera that yoa have opened a
school of Instraetten ir testlnj Llltle a Chilled-Iron Kate,
aeUini, as we presume, ia a two-fold capaolty ftrst, at
the Instrnetar of thiovee ; second, as the protect ol the
people two very rerponsi'Ae posltioos, Irnly.
Kow, as we are very desirous to aid you In every way,
tn this Important work (Important to the thief, that he
may not aseleasly employ his time criminally, or ex
pose his persoai Important to the people, that they
may know and fetl that their treasures are se
cure), we propose, la the future, ti warrant every
Hank Hare that may be sold by our Agent at Philadelphia
proof against yoor sclentltle attainments In the art of
burslary; and at you have so diMhtttreMflly volunteered
to Instroet and enlighten the burglar and protect the
seoplo ia this art, we shall take the liberty to give you
timely notice of the arrival of each Safe, nnd we ma only
ask you to test each Bate on their arrival upon your now
scienllfle plsa, as publicly announced, but we clalnt that
we have the right to Insist apon It In your new poaltlon
aa a public teacher aad benefaotor; and If this ts not a
sufficient reason, we hare still another to urge.
Your present facilities tor a satltfactoiy test are very
deficient, as yon have but one very Imperfect Safe to
operete upon, and If you accept our proposition, your
Held of operations will be much enlarged, and yous
enorts may prove much more satisfactory to the public.
We now admit, as we ever have, If you succeed to grind
or drill a hole throngh the door In the front of the lock, at
aay point. It Is fatal, and If done In any way practical to
the burglar, the Safe Is not burglar. proof.
The first Bare we shall expect you to test, at above
propoMd.lsaHafe Just ordered for a bank In the Inte
rior of the State. We expect to arrive tn Philadelphia,
and to be ready for a test, on Mondsy, the 10th of July,
at 10 o'clock A. M , and should there be any delay In Its
arrival it win be announced In time. We trust you will
be ready for this test.
Respectfully, LEWIS LILLIB A SOX,
M. 0. SADLER, Agent,
jyl-tf No. Jl 8. 8EVENTU Street.
Iron Natfe. Keep It before the Phllav
delphla public, that LllUe't so-called lturglar-Proof Bafts,
manufactured In Troy, New Tork, can be opened
without noise by drilling one small hole Just over the
centre of the look dull ar.d using a small wire. Any
of his Bales can, by this milhod, be opened la one
minute after the hole hat been drilled. Said hole can be
drilled In from quarter, half, or two hours' time. There Is
no Sam of his make In use June 1, 1961, which cannot be
drilled and opened In this manner.
Parties Interested are referred to my Challenge to Lillle,
and other faels relative to his Safes, published In the
H.nh Amaiioaa," June 21, twit, and "Hunday Pis-
patch," June IS, 1864. ,
Notwithstanding the positive assurances given by Mr.
Lillle to the public that hie Safes are drHI-pmof, persons
desiring to be convinced have only to call at Kvans At
Walton's Salamander Bant Store, No. 18 S. Fourth street,
whore the operation of drilling and opening will he dose in
their presence every morning at 10 o'clook, until the pub
lic aro satisfied that lis Safes can be dulled and opeued
without making any noise.
Of the firm of Evans A Watson.
Cirrest asiil Blarlc Tea.
A fresh Importatloa,
By the package or ponnd.
just received by
Davis A Riohasds,
Arch and Tenth streets.
fftet-k e Co.
BTf.CK A CO.'S
8TKCK A CO.'S
J. E. OOlTIsI).
SerenUi ant Cfcutnut itrtoU.
MawnlVctunn f Kow and Delicious Confection b, Almond
l'Mte, CtaoooUt, C-vramela, Creanvi La Mod dt
Boaited Joidan AJnumdi. fco., Ac.
jNo. 316 t'hetnul street, below Fourth.
The Sleemlnal OKNKKAL HOOKKK. Cantata MA.R-
KLK. leavrs Fairsuount every hour lor S 'buylklil IL-jshts,
Lsoril tun, tieiuiout cottage, tne rant aim nissa
M'HE SUBSCRIBERS HAVE ASSOCIATED
J themselves tog ell tee nnder the firm of BOLI'OSf,
liYRKMAN CO.. ana will oouttiiM the Car Hullding
lluilness In all its brandies, at the old esiabli.hiueul,
cojucr, TWJsNlY-FIHB'f and HAMILTON atreels.
JOtEI'll R. BtlLTON,
UttoltllK H. tllKKMAN,
Jyl lm- O. W. C1I1LDS.
2? TRIUMPH IN DENTISTRY. TEETH
vfirVv estr-ted byehetrichy for ttie nervoiit aid deli
CHle without pain or unpleasant feelings. The safest aod
iw.t plan ever discovered. U. at. HLOCCM, tio.l 41 VI K
St cel. Jel-Jt
IN THE CITY.
Je7-lm No. 40 N. SIXTH Stresat.
IXn.OSIONS. LET EVERY M.VN WHO
J owns a Hteam Roller read this noth-e.
Ashcrott's Low Water Detector uever ftlls to rive from
one-half to two hours' warning, as desired, that the
water is getting low us tne Doner, ana uiai aaiutur is ap
proaching. The instrument requires ae care, and is war
ranted In every instance.
Also, Stesm and Water flanges, with Scotch glass
tuet'S, eeir-clsansing gauge-cocas, sr.
Mend tor circular eoatainli g Philadelphia letters and
ea-culara. . AUUt'HTI'S H. UATTI.KS,
JeS-lm No. ti N. 8LXTI1 Suost,
T7STATE OF EI.IAS BOVUINOT, DEC'D
.1 J The Auditor aipolnted by the Orphans' Court for the
City and Connty ol i'hlladelphla to audit, settle, and aillust
therlral and Baal account ol kUWAKIi J.U. AT rtKBt:H
aY.Aduilulatrator d. b. n o. t. a. of KLIAS liOl lll.NO r.
lale ol Uie City ol Huillnstoa and State of New Jersey, de
based. and also the ttrst ami nnal account of KIiwAKD
J. C. A1TKHBVRHY,Tratee,aipolutMl lathe room of
the surviving Trustee named In Uie wtuol taiu KLlAa
BOUMNuT. and to report dlstrlbutlsa of the baUnoes ia
hauda eri,aid Adminlatratta: aud said Trustee, wul sestet
the lartt . Interested for the purposes of bis appeintuient,
on MAT1 lt!AY, Uie Id dayof July, A.O. last, at 1 o'ckiee.
P.M., at hisefflce,No. 717WALJIIT Street, In the City
No.l S. KIOMTH Street,
J PBAt.KR IN FANCY AND TOll.KT OOODS,
" VMBaKIXAa AMU PAitASOLS, .
Vans, Bead Dresaee,
Jrreuca Jewelry, Leather Ooode,
. Vf era wosee.
Beads, ac, As.
r II E riClt'RK OALI.KHT NOW OPKNJ
I tht ethlbltion ft the b-ns1t of the O -eat Centra
rstr of the Cfiite4 -Isles Sauliary Cmsstaftlon, at tl
rsid-nei of Mr JOSS III II AKaf.il IN. Jit.. M
t IHIITS F.NTII Street, still rtsM at t P. M. ba S ATHH
mi sni-SMHU, tnesa July.
i: it v
CENTR AL FAIR,
it has uf.r.w nr.citKi TORfrrriig
GRAND OOLLECTION OF PI0TUEE3
I ()CAN SQUARE,
FO A PBW DAYS I.ONiiKR,
is sin or tub
The (isllcry will be opened to list public on every week
day. until further notice, front 8 A. M to 10 P. M., oa and
after Wednesday, Jene ?e.
Bt aeon Tlrkets to July S, tarln.lvo, &0 eents.
Admission M cents. Catalogues 19 oentt.
Te VANDfRI.VN A 111 A LINK, 14 cents ettra'.
AdmHtanoe only at the centre door oa Vine street.
KOVKB'M CHESNUT STREET THRA-
TBK. LBON AMi) OKOV CB M Manager
(Also of drover a Theatre, Washington.)
COOL ANI COMrORTAHLC AT ALL TIMK.
TIIK f BNTKlf miAL FAN
IN OPERATION NtQItTLT.
THIS (HtlDATI RVI NINO. July 1,
A UK WII, I, IlKNKf IT
I.AHT NIOItT l-OSITIVF.l.T
lASi MUHT FostTIVKLI
but one of the
P O P t! L A K COM K TlT A N ,
MR. J. K. M. DONOUUH,
LAST Nil HIT BUT ONK
GOROROrSLY BRILLIANT PRODtTCTI3N,
TIIK hf.W nKVKN BlHTCKS,
which last erenlhg sehleved an
ALL TIIK WW SCF.NKts,
NEW CHAKAGTf Re.,
NKW SO VI 18,
NEW LANCF.3, Ac.,
were reeel-ed bv t e m
HHWI.f.D AND FASIII0NA1ILK At'DIF.Nt.'B
with unbounded d uvuiatrailons of delight.
LAST NIOIIT BCT Own
OK Mil. i. Y.. M'iiONONilH.
In his Inlmltnb e Inieersonatlon of
PHICltS OF AOMISSION.
Ttress (Circle or I'arauette .....&( eente.
family Clicle 'JA oenta,
Orcheatra tiuals 76 eente.
Biz of the Front Benches only are reserved as Orchestra
Heats. No extra charge for securing seals.
Orand family Matinee on Saturday Afternoon.
MRS. JOHN DREW'S NEW ARCH ST.
BKNKfIT OF OEOH.K RI'BII.
LAST NH11IT Bt'T ON OF JIMS LOTTA.
HI N1I11IT (FRIDAY! July 1,
DUIOU.UI, TIIE FORSAKF.N.
Ielorah Oeclle Rush
Herman Barlen Hall
Previous to the Plav the Comedietta of
Jenny Llnd Miss Letts
To conclude with a BANJO HOI.O, and
Mlt.H. MellOWAN'S HEKL.
SATUBDAY, BKNKFIT OF M1MS LOTTA.
A tilorlous Bill. '
ELEVENTH STREET OPERA HOUSE.
"THB FAMILY RB80RT."
CARNCIIOS8 A UIXEY'8 MINSTRKLN,
The ure at sar Troupe of the World, la User
SF.I.RUr ktmIopian SOUUUtS,
Pssnutloa Scenee. Ao Asa.,
BT TWKNTT TALKNTKO AKrioIS,
F.YF.RY F.VENINO THIS WliKtL.
Tieaeu, Jeoents. lloors open at 7 o'clock.
astn-t J. L. CAJlNOROsa. Baalaees Kanaga.
TIME'S NOBLEST OFF
sprlng is the last.
A HK.W unwind MACIIINR.
Tim WAdKSKK HKWINti MAUUINB
combines all tlie advantages of the ouser
flrst-elass machines, and
HURFAH.if.ll ALL OTIIF.R4
for simplicity, practicability, and rella
hiutv. These Machines, on seconnt of their oheanneea and sim
plicity, are the moat valuable and deslrenle machines la
I'trient are Invited to examine this new Sewing
Machine, before purchasing.
Of tick OF " WaGKNKR SMWTNfl ST AOHINK,
Jelt-lftt Under the Continental Hotel.
TUX BEST IN USE.
ap2S No. 730 CHESNUT Btrxwt.
f TIIK AIIE IN PIANOS. ,
MF.YKU8 IMI'ltOVED OVtCRSTRDNa
Arknowledired hi the leadlus anlsts and Indorsed by the
Aiusical Public -o be the llueitl l'lsn-ia In Anerica.
1 he atteuilon i.l Uie Musical l'a'iilc is caued to the recent
great ttnpreven-eiit In these I'lano Forti'S. By a new
method of cob truetlon, the greaiest poisible volume of
lone hasbeenth slued, wllhout any of Ihe-asveetneaa and
hrillisncy for sl.l h these Pianos ere so ctHniraled being
lost, and which, with an Improved Touctt and Action,
render tbnm CuHiballed.
These instruments receives! tne riltr.r. sskiiai. ac uie
World s l air, he C Iu L'nidon, et well as the Highest
as anis over an competitors, irons tne ores rau-e auu in
stitutes In this country. . ,
WarerootiiS, No Tit AKt u street, oeiow Kignm,
nTTn I'OTTAOE OROANS,
Wot onlv YJNfXCF.LI.FI hut UsTEOUAM.KS) In atlrtty
of Tone and p.wer, dehlgaed especially lor churches and
BcBooie, but loeud lo ne equally wtn adaptea to uterarior
and Urawaag ttoom. I at sale only by
No. IS . 8EVKM TH Mtreet,
Alto, a eomplete aseorUneat et the rerfeot Meiodeoa
aonttautly oa hand. auris-ilui
TjAHIX)W'H IIMDKIO 1IL,UI,
rt r ur at
IV o. 33 JV. HIX'ONl) Mt root,
Will color mora o ater than four timet the same quantlt
af ordinary lndlgn.
The new Label dots not reintre a usap.
It is Warranted to G!tb BatisfUction.
It Is retailed at the tame prloe as Use Imitations aad
BLANK BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
BANKS, BANKERS, MFHf!HANTS, MANUFAO
Tl.hKHS, RAll.UOAU COMPANIKS, Ae.,
Will and B to their interest to order (man the ueiisrslgntd.
PAF1.R. AND 8TATIONF.RT,
All kinitt for Bushiasa, Professional, and Pnvale use.
for sal. a. moderate price, b,
Btationer. Printer, and Blank Book Manufactures,
' ao.tS . rOKKl H Street,
No. S 8. SEVEN Til Street.
MATTKF8SES, at Al IUE8SKS,
Of Hair. Palia.Ksclaior. and flash.
s j-i'lllr U BHDS, BOLSTERS, AWT PlI.LOWi,
WOOD AND IKON HEliSTKAllS,
BPItlKO BROS AND COTS.
N.B. Repairing aad reuovai leg attended hi with ears
anddeapatch. No.S S. BEYBNTM Street. . )ej-im
MEDICAL PURVEYOR'S OFFICE,
stw Yohk, Jane IS, iset.
lavenlors and M anufaelurers of AU1TFICIAL LIMB,
farma and legs) are Invllsd te presenl ssectineue of Ihslr
Modit te a board of Medical Omcera.oonstilutMd by order
of the Acting HuiKeou-Uetieral It. 8. A., at the Medical
Parvesor'soaice, No. Ss BROOM K Slreel, la Uiis eily.oa
er beote the eleveuth day of July next, with a View ts the
adoptloB of the beat models.
isnjaed, by aider) A. CI.1MFNTS
' A ssisunt Surgeon, li.H. A,
JeSS tjyll Rejotder of Board.
fTH K ARTIFICIAL If. AND.
X H. A. OILDBA,
laventor and Masuiactarar of the
ARTIFICIAL A K At,
Approved and adopted
SITBOKON-OENXBAL OF THE UNITED STATES,
Hat aermanetitly located hie ottloa'and Factory at No. 311
a. rm 'ti u atrvei, tu uvuci ssuew assave, s ,
4 . . .. .
l for cltv i
fies. Nn 7s.-.
I elinstlone every t
tir ANTED TO
I Tk V . "
ff P.allptHI resawdltf V naaiasWiBWBflraBaaBasjj
a, no Mil km.Ui.1 He-fm.l lUn.1 MafthlnM.fer HitaJ
'palreaj t tdt m-w oftif of "mm T
.... . . -. r mitmt.
. j,. ... k. "a years v. lib Singer at .
Ladles tattkht ts operate. J.
aa. 1. " a.
FORSALE AND TO LET.
COUNTRY SKAT FOR SALE. A
splendid country Newlrtnnee. wHh all n.A
. ... , rn,iinn, nsir e mils rros
Kenneit Hot'Sre, and adtn!ng eteaanl niSH.Ion of Hayas
.,,--- iwnaenani aronnn, nair e mils
1.,, Ia as r,-.l stsennce l,y errdltore.
I,ailtead and leieraph afliul BlUen i. n'Mes1 rl.te. A only
to t:.H l-AINTs.lt, or W It. WA'lKi.L, F.l . West
Chester. ra..orJAC()H HDf.t , llanotlon, Penna. Ja4
ea, FOR SALE. S-WOOfTwO RT I II N OOf ID
JLit lien sea. lares ; end ses ll.nn terms lo salt purh tsers,
erherwllhor without Im amhrenoe, lisr cash and ewess
trsde. Intlllre of , from III te 12 o clock. A.M. ,
TIIOS. M. PLOWMAN No. 1WJ t f OtIKTII Street.
.Gl TOR SALE. THE NEW AN fj
mt hK "" steam-vaeht FAIIUK hnllt for east
c.-iiirilo-l' d to the Uieat Centml fair by Msssrs. Cfin
Smiis, and N'-sflf A lvy. Iilnicti.l'.ns. in fcjtf.onfl lira
Ileum. feet bold; speed aholit 10 Knots - "'
Tot seen at tl e jardol Messrs. Mt AMP A SONS, foet
AsT I A t . ml It M at pa sf
Apii'y to . V. atf.RRti'K, dslrmsn of I onmlllaa est'
te, ,.r,eA,t.;er lo . II Altl.KS II. CltAMP,?rmT-,
Ships and Ship Bnlldina. Jw-g.
1)HOTOORAPIIS OF THE. GREAT CEN
tral Fair, pronounced by the Cotntnnna. to ha IK.
nnest view la. a. pahUsl-d by It NF.W KM kj " .J
ARCH Street. A ItSeral dtseoani u Uie trade. jeS-iv
INVALIDS ANI CONVALR.SCENTSIN.
X vehde and Convale!enu,
Invslitta aiei nve'eseents
Invalids aod Consalesctma,
Females in fell ale It. alts,
f esaates In rselleaie Health,
fema.ee In llehrate llcalth.
California Wtaet. Callfhrnlt Wines
California Wines, Catilonne Wina
California Wines. t'ahtosnla Wieea'
peeollarly walealile In ail cases of languor and great an,
ration of etrenstli.
Ak A-k Ask Ask Ask
Ask A.k Ak Ask ASA
Ask A.k Ask Ask a,k
Isrt. McOlellsnd, tiebhard. Hansnel luxtam
lot the Penneyltania t'nlsotallyi. '
Muring, Helens, Orovea, Hartsheroa
S'lim.Ble, Williams, Hartley, Naidtiard.
Wilson, Tlnital, Vlnal. Fon.ley.
and other leading physicians, what thev think of the nedf
cinal vlr ue of Calil .rale Wtne.l Tlieae g'm lmen pre
scribe our brands, sad astare us of tlie beacttlt paUeula
CALIFORNIA WIN8 AORNrlr
No. ti 8. flV fU street, above chesnat.
MONEY, TO ANY AMOUNT.
fVl loaned upon Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry
t Hl Plato, Ciointt.g. Ac, at
9 V JONKS A CO.'S
Ol.f KSTAHI.IHIIKO LOAN OFrtCB,
Corner TlltKU and HAisKILL sueeu,
M. B. DIAMONDS. WAI'CHKS, JEWELRY, OUNS.Ao
FoH SA1.K AT
RF.MABKAIILY LOW PRJt'BB. jet-Lea
QLD GOLD AND SLLVEK WASTED.
1)1 AMON I M,
OTHER PRECIOUS S X.ON E S,
BOUGHT FOR CASH, BY X
LEWI3 LAD0M73 tt 00.,
rro. him ji HiMri7T Hrtt.
J)R0P08ALS FOR LOAN.
Sealed ofrers will be rwelved at this mpartment, andei
the act ofMarehl, 1HK.1, until noonof WBHN4DAY,th
Sth day of Jul) . laM, mr bonds of the U ailed States to
the amoant ef TUIRTY-THKkK MIM.IONS OF HOI
LARS, being the amount of unaccented otters under
Notice ofpronoaais for Loan, dated Sth Instant. The boaie
will bear an annual Interest of ala per centum, aayaoee
trail annaally In eoln, on the tint days of July and Janu
ary oi each year, and redeemable after the 30th of June, 1881 .
F.ack offer must be for fitly or one hundred dollars, or
some multiple of one hundred dollars, and matt aUsta
the sam, lncl&ding premium, offered for each one hundred
dollars m bonds, er lor flfty, w,.en the offer ts for ae
mure than fifty. Two par cent, of the prlnotuel, ex
cluding premium, of the whole amount offered ayaataa
deposited,, at guar ant as for payment of subscription Sf
accepted, wita the Treasurer of the Unttod S
Washington, or with the Assistant Treasurer at
Tork, Boston, Philadelphia, or St. Louis i or
Designated Iiepotltary at Balllmore, Plttsbattt '
nail, Louisville, Chicago, Detroit, or Buftaleit f r
any National Banking Asaoctatloirautborised at' ' j
deposits which may consent to transact the busine
out charge Duplicate certificates of deposit j .V
Issued to depositors hy the officer or association ft .
them, the originals of which must be forwarded with tba
offers to the Department. All deposits should ae made at
time for advice of oners with certificates to reach Wash
ington not later than the morning of July . No offer not
accompanied by its prober certificate of deposit will bt con
sidered. The Coupon and Registered Bonds Issued wilt bo of the
denominations of Son, HOD. it0, and $1000. Registered
Bonds of a'aWO and S10.0UV will also be Issued If retired.
AO offers received will be opened on Wednesday, the
Sth of Jaly, by the Secretary or one of the Asslstaat Secre
taries. The awards will be made by the Secretary to the
highest offerers, and notice of acceptance or declination will
be immediately given to the respecUve offerers I aad, tat
case of acceptance, bonds of the descriptions snd denoml
nttlont preferred will be tent to the subscribers at Use
coat of Ihe Department, oa final payment of Instalments.
The original deposit of two per eent. will be reokoned la
the last Instalment paid by successful offerers, and will
be Immediately leturntd to those whose oilers may not ba
The amount of accepted offers must be d-poslted wiUs
the Treasurer, or other officer er association authorised
to act under this notice, oa advice of eoeeptaace af offer,
er as follows -Oae-third ot or before tlie 10th i ont third
on or before the loth; and the balauce Including tba
premium andorlgiual two per eent. deposit, on or before
10th of July. Interest on bonds will Deitnwt'h the date
of deposit. Parlies preferr'ns may pay the accried late
rest from date of bond, July 1, to date of deposit.
Offers under this notice should bo endorsed " Offer fr
Loan," aad addreoted to the Secretary of 'he Treasury-
Ho offer will be considered at a h ss rate of premium tlaa
four per oeut.
S P.CaiSK, ,
Secretary of tlie Treasury
Nolke to Officers receiving deposits under this aS'sr-
tlsement : The preliminary ocrtlflcate of deposit
per cent, must not be credited upon your accounts oui,
at II it lo be Included la the flnal deposit. Jel7-
I 11 Ii INHU11ANCE.-
THE HOME INSURANCE GOMPABT
'o. 100 S UlLRIH STKKF.T.
CASn CAPITAL $100,000.
This Compsny Is
dsmareby FlltK on
LIMITED time, a d
prepared te insure agetaet loes or
buihlliise. either perwaeenl or tat a
on M Kltt'll A N llhg geasraUr.
I'tas. A. Diiv,
Wm. D l ewis,
Chas F Norton,
Wm. N. Needles
I nomas Kimoer, j,
Henry S. M'-Uomh.
( has. P. Ilatard,
J. tllllborn Jones,
JAMKS llltOWN, Presldeat,
t II.A-i. A. DL Y, Vke-Preideat.
Thou as Nutans
EIOHMOND & FOBEPAUGH,
AsorAtmiMiaa asd oealsju na
suPEition r tj it per i t u it ia.
tfo. 40 (4. BECOND Htroote
Above Chesaut. west lata. Jet-lsa
a v it.
ft AST 19
1 .1,1 u
SS BLAST Ml
CRrfTCnES I These Orutchee hare a Gum Tuba across)
ura wp, tua.iui m-m - - - -r . v. , n( ana, ana
enabling the wearer to waak wlih mure oomfort than cam
be derived rrom any other crnlsh. The topa are ao made as)
to be ajipued so any emtoh. Patented iMoeniber. tnoj.
aplMaa Jfo.ma.gay'ONDtieot.betl4c;t, 1 J
sya, PHILADELPHIA 6URGEf5N8' I
m.V27 BANDAOB IBSTITUTE, No. 1 Nortki I
SAS Via 1 11 Btrost, ab,ive Market. Rnptareat I
radsraSy tured by H. C. EVERKrT'8 rremlent f""
tiraduatlng Pressure Truss. Superior fclaslie K
Klastle Sloekasga, Hupoorters, Shoulder Blaeesp'
Series, Crutehee, As. '
I Srtertuit :oe unit, eeuducted kv C -Tv-
aiJl H Street, drat door keiew k
kand eaaulethuf. 1 part, of Trusts, buopo rusts, Bl
Brlo.s.i'1? Bustuo Stssolm,., f
Arttoles Nisrsesy.blckBoom.Ao. J
XTO DECEPTIONNO INFER!
I pnrchased to offer below the ooal pry
article. SAMl' El. W.HUNS, BROADS
eaas eioe, Mia
peresi niauew. ssimm wm.,
loswaasers shoald maks their
TWas V aoli avaove.