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THB DAILY EVENING TELKQRArg. ririLADELrnTA, FRIDAY, JULY 1, 1801.
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FRIDAY, JULY 1, 16.
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BFIRIT OP THE NEW YORK PBES3.
Loading Editorials from the Sew York
V Paprrs This Horning.
Ml. fHMC'N REAICIXATIOX.
frm fas Tim ft.
M'e have no reliable Information m to Hie
cuet of Mr. C hue's resignation of the Trea
sury Department, though the fact Itself seems
to be ufflcicntly authenticated. We do not
Mcrtbe it to any anticipation of dlfflcnltv In carry
ing the financial dortinent of the Oorernmcnt
through the crisis which circumstances ieem to
bare created for it, Iktbusc Mr. Chase ii not the
him to shrink from any duty or responsibility in
which the honor nnd welfare of the nation are
hivalrcd.
The more threatening the aspect of affairs In
bit department, the more likely would he hare
been, other things being eqaal, to itand by the
helm and do everything in bis power to avert
impending dangers, lie ha become Involved, It
Is true, in a very embarrassing controversy with
the Slate banki throughout the country, and htu
Committed himself, perhaps too unreservedly, to
certain theories of finance la connection with the
war, nnd be may have thought that forno other
person could more gracefully introduce change!
of policy, which experience has shown to be in
dlipenraMe, than he could himself. But thla Is
a very different thing, and has a very dlfferen.
motive, from abandoning the 8hli of State
because it seems to be threatened with danger.
We are inclined to attribute his resignation to
another cause. It is very well known that throagh
the realous and not always Judicious efforts of
.bis friends, Mr. Chase had liecoma deeply In
volved in the canvass for the Presidential nomi
nation. Waturally enough, the great body of
those who held olflce under his immediate ap
pointment and oversight were vehement advo
cates of bis selection, and quite often lost sight of
the proprieties of their position In their endeavors
to promote his success.
Mr. Lincoln, it is notorious, made no attempt
whatever to arrest this nnutual and not very
edifying demonstration, and bis own nomination
was made by a spontaneous popular movoment,
In opposition to the most strenuons etlorta of the
great body of portions holding otllce under the
Treasury Department.
Mow that the nomination has been made, It Is
riot at all unlikely that the President may deem
it a matter of public dury to arrest the hostility
on the part of subordinate office-holders, which
threatens to Involve all the dangers and mischiefs
of an intestine faction. He mav have thoaght it
-wise to change some of the office-holders whose
,. services have seemed leas tributary to the pub
lic good ; and Mr. Chase may huve folt himself
ao far involved in their past action, or at least so
far responsible for the course they have pursued,
as to bave felt bound to retire in case they were
to be disturbed. If our conjectures are true, his
resignation is purely political in its motives and
. has no bearing whatever on the financial affairs
- of the country.
Governor Tod, of Ohio, who is said to have been
nominated as his successor, is one of the ablest,
ataunchest, and most Influential supporters of
he Union cause in the Western States. lie was
a Democrat originally, but gave his prompt, un
hesitating, and most effective support to the Oov
eernmeni the instant it was asBiuled.
A S Governor of Ohio during the aarlv atAtfea nf
the great contest, he contributed largely to the
vigor and success of the war, nor has he ever
ritnneia any ellort, cither or act, of voice, or
( Win, to strengthen the arms or secure
. the triumph of the Union. He was before
' the war a Douglas Democrat, and did every.
' thing in bis power, as a member of the
Charleston Convention, to secure the nomina
tion and subsequently tin- election of Mr. Douglas
to the Presidency. But when bis efforts failed,
una me siavenoiuing conspirators attempted to
overthrow the decision of the people by force.
Governor Tod promptly followed the lead of
Douglas, and threw himself heart and soul Into
. the vindication of the true democratic principle
that underlies this Government the right of the
msjorlty to rule.
He is a man of very large business Interests.
of great wealth which he has accumulated
J holly by his own exertions and of brond and
limnnll.niltll VlHWI nmnh IK nfV.il... II. ...a a
member of the Baltimore Convention, and was
active and earnest in bis etfnrts to promote the
uununntion 01 i.inooin ana jonnson.
P. 8. A tale telegram indicates that Mr. Tod
has declined the nomination for Secretary of the
Treasury.
HMIQVtTlOV Or GOVERNOR CHASE.
Trim tht Trtinmr.
Salmon P. Chase has resigned the post of
.Secretary of the Treasury. If the event shall
.prove that the country can dispense with his
services as easily as he can dispense with olllce
we shall heartily rejoice.
Mr. Chase is one of the very few great men
. left in public life since the almost simuUineons
decease of Messrs. Clay, Webster, and Calhoun.
He has been deemed ambitions; but there was
never a day when be would not gladly have re
nounced all prospect or hope of power or distinc
tion If be might thereby have rendered ours truly
and wilhont exception land of Liberty.
To secure equal rights, equal opportunities,
and impartial Justice to the humblest and most
despised, as well as to the proudest and most
envied of our race, such is his idea of the chief
end of statesmanship, such bis conception of the
purpose and destiny of a Christian republic. And
.no man blesses God more profoundly tluin he
that, through convulsion and peril, through suf
fering and sacrifice, that end is being approached,
that conception is about to bo realized, by our
country.
Mr. Chase was among the foremost of our emi
nent men to take the ground of uncompromising
hostility to slavery as the bane and the peril of
the American Republic He participated la the
call and the organization, in 1841, of the "Liberty
party " in Ohio, but ng long betere ably nial'i
tuintd as a lawyer the proposition that the Fugi
tive (slave act of 1713 was unconstitutional and
void.
He presided over the Free Soil National Con
vention at Huttulo, in 1H4.8, which nominated
Martin Van liurrn for President, and Charles
Francis Adams for Vice-President. Elected in
1840 a United States Senator, through a coalition
f Democrats and Abolitionists, he opposed the
slave power throughout bis term, especially in its
Nibraaka-Kaiisiis policy, and refuting to support
Pierce and King, because of their pro-slavery
vilajforiu, he was supplanted in 1854 by George
He was thereupon elected and i-elected Gov
ernor of Ohio by the Republicans, and had just
I entered opt n a now term of six years as United
States Senator, when be was required and mo.t
reluctantly consented to accept the Secretaryship
of the Treasury on the accession ol Mr. Lincoln
to the Presidency. Since then, his career is a
part of our national history.
Mr. Chase bas acted from the first on a pro
found conviction that tho Slaveholders' Raliel
' lion required tor its suppression greater sucrlll ts
and a more self-forgetting devotion on the part
"' of the loyal States and people than were generally
anticipated unore than many of them seemed
Willlltff KA AiHmrfl. VI i. iurfain.l .iml..i
Jhat be was willing, in latil, to let the Seceding
Cotton States go in peace if tbey would but await
the Indispensable assembling of aconventioa:
and he has never deigned to contradict them.
ut, from the wanton inauguration of civil war
' by the Confederate bombardment of Fort Sum
r, Mr. Chase has been oue of the most strenu
ous anhohters of the national integrity, and was
-One of the earliest to perceive and to proclaim
that the Rebellion could be most readily and
vitally assailed through its inciting cause,
slavery ; and this conviction has never wavered
fur an instant.
Kelieving that taxation should be promptly
od largely increased, and that the entire paper
currency of the country should be diruttly and
avowedly based on the national credit, Tie neces
warily came into collision with members who
Seared that to vote for heavy taxes would defeat
their own re-election, and bankers who could not
see uie beauty oi Deing required to redeem their
Totes in order that tliey should give place to a
.currency based on the faith and credit of the
TlUtlOU.
Required to provide several hundreds of mil
lions of dollars annually, in addition to the
accruing revenue, constantly pressed by the ne
qessity of providing the erer-lucreasiug amounts
esquired by the gigantic expenditures of the war,
!ovoking-ihe maledictions of all those whose
avarice he was compelled to resist If not balHe,
and the target of malevolent, unceasing abuse
from the Copperhrads,whoae real impulse of hos
tility was his marvellous success, he has filled the
niost difficult and thankless post in America.
Mow that he has left it. we marvel -that ha con-
wtnted to bold it so long. Possibly, another may
iuuT euuroaaiui ) out ao man lives wuo can
hi lug larger powers to the work, or devote them
vr'trs nrvservediv. unalh.h.iv- tu lha wnlt'ara nf
, i ' ' . I r-w-w " -.-.-
1'
OUR OIL REQIOK OOBBESTOSDENCE.
llClty IUOiarsu-trriatlrs Illarft Prtrees
Nvlaratlva of oil rnwk-Dials. at
Frsskll An Asirloat rrt Hatlcexi af
Yarlona oil Dla-a-tasra. St., dte.
Bftrlml CerrmpMoVrir, tf Tit Brrninf Tetffrtr.
Fbanklin, Venango county, June M.
My last, from Oil City, gave little or no Idea
about that town, save lis general appearance. It
Is the great focnt of the oil trade. Here men
come to chaffer, exchange, and boy, to prospect
and cheat, to swear friendship, hob-nob, and rob
each other. It affords better accommodations for
persons engaged in the oil trade, and to visitors,
than any other point at all contiguous to the
great wells upon the creek, save Titusville.
Franklin Is seven miles further from the oil
centre, though tke latter is by far the more
pleasant place.
I presume the only things worth noticing
in the town are Its three thousand fire hundred
population, its immense collection of oil barrsls,
and Its six inches depth of dust. Its people are
extremely uncultivated, only two classes answer
ing questions with any decree of politeness.
viz., those wanting to sell oil property at fifty
times its value, and the hotol-keepers. The for
mer class close their months, oyster-like, ir they
find yon do not want to buy ; the latter are saucy
and pert If tbey think you do not want to pay
mem nrty cents for every time they look at you
Indeed, in this connection, It may be remarked.
with great Justice, that everything is enormously
high. They charge one dollar per hour for the
use of a buggy, four dollars for six hours' use of
horse, which I did not ride over ten miles. This
is paying tribute to oil with a vengeance. These
are the California prices of 18.10. Everything
els la In proportion. Yon hare four staple
dishes at every meal, fried ham, fried eggs,
stewed apples, and bad tea or coffee. These,
uimcu wuu sour oroau, or state caKes, cost yon
half a dollar three times per day. Your uniform
dessert consisis of apple pie and rice cuslnrd, and
these are served along with the meat and tea at
oinner.
Ahnvs Oil Cite- anil aarwvn the, A ll-.l.-.. .1
between it and lidinte, there are a number of
pumping oil wells. These produce from six to
ten barrels per day. I heard of one producing
twentv. 1 did not ae It. an. I .1, ...(, i, ...
tremely. These pumping wells in the river itself
prouuee a nner, ami therefore more valuable, oil
than that found In the great wells upon Oil
creek.
At the mouth of the creek, ten days since,
there was a grand smash-up of flatboats, Udon
with oil. They are in tho habit of getting nn
ladened boats np the creek as far as they can,
and then loading them. Whilst the loading is
proceeding, they darn np the branches of tho
creek above until they bavo stopped a largo
amount of water j then, at a concerted time,
tbese sluices are opened, and an artificial flood is
produced, the ladened boats floating into the
Allegheny with their oily burden. This smash-up
occurred during one of those freshen.
I left Oil City In a stage, to proceed to Frank
lin. The road lies directly along the river shore.
A large numlier of derricks were visible, when
the dust permitted ns to see, on both sides of
the river. Sometimes above, sometimes below
us, Just as the nature of the ground required,
were gangs of workmen angwwed ia a-reding a
bed for the branch railroad which the Atlantic
and Great Western is running from Franklin to
Oil City. Much grading has been done, and just
alove Franklin the truck is laid for more than a
mile.
I reached Franklin clothed with dust. I
stopped at the Kinnear Houxo. There was no
'American citizen of African descent" to attend
to me ; but we had a pretty fair dinner, and each
man, at the sound of the bell, rushed to his din
ner aa if his fate depended on it, for a darkey bad
suddenly turned up, who told ns, with his face
shining "darkly as through a glass," that if we
did not get dinner then we could not bave it at
all. After dinner we succeeded In cleansing and
purifying ourselves to a limited extent. All the
others rushed off to Cleveland. I remained to see
the place.
I sallied ont to look at the oil wells, and found
two within tho borongh limits, towards the river
bank. Thev have been in operation over three
years, and bave produced regularly about four
barrels per day. Below the town I came upon a
refinery owned by Rldgway & Co. I went and
looked at its tank of crude oil, where it is first
poured in. It Is in the side of bill ; thence it
runs by a pipe into another vat, thence by a long
trough, at right angles with the tube, into the
place where the chemicals are applied for its
purification. This Is entirely beyond tho limits
of the borongh. None can be built within its
boundaries, owing to the number of fires similar
"institutions" had brought about therein. Upon
inquiry I found that Jacob E. Ridgway, 8onator
from your city, was the principal partner.
Thence I passed down to the river, and up its
front street until I came to the old fort, only one
angle of which is now indicated by a slight de
pression. This fort was built aliout the year 1750
by the French, as one of the links of forts they
were then erecting to connect Lake Erie with the
Ohio valley, so that Canada might be united
militarily to Louisiana, both being then in their
possession.
The town Itself is handsomely situated, with
French creek girdling it upon one side and tke
Allegheny upon the other. Both glide along
smoothly and beautifully, with their bright lim
pid waters playing in the sun as they leap over
their clear beds. At the Junction of the two
streams I found immense quantities of oil being
landed. They have a poller, worked by horse
power, and the work of landing is rapidly effected.
The oil barrels lie about in huge heaps, awaiting
transportation over the Atlantic and Great West
ern Railroad, which bas a branch to carry the
oil up to its main depot, mile or two from the
river.
Ovei looking this busy scene from a high bluff
Is the quiet but beautiful residence of Thomas
Hoge, State Scuator from the district coinpo-ed
of Mercer, Venango, and Warren. He is en
gaged in opening two oil wells. Just above his
property there are two small pumping wells of
four-barrel capacity; they have been pumping
steadily for over a ver. OnDosite to this oil
wharf lies Hoge Island, belonging to a Phila
delphia company, who paid 'i),(KK) for it. It
lies in the middle of the Allegheny, and embraces
at om filtcen a res. So far the company seem t-j
uusc uuuie no rutin to ueveiop its oil capacity.
Round thu rear of the towu. In a seiiU-crosceiit
form, runs a bold range of hills from French
creek across the penliunta to thu Allegheny.
The views from their tops are very picturesque
and fine. Below the town a couple of miles,
on the Allegheny, are also some small pump
ing wells of six-barrel rapacity; but away down
luitber, six miles on Fast Sandy, there b-avs
lxxn teveial wells stiuck bic.u promise to
j io d finely. On the Big Sandy, Ihiitecn miles
below, a pumping well of tun barrels rapacity,
and 01 e of six, bave recently been struck.
On the other s de ot tho river there are also a
few wells of llmi cd capac ities. But tbe slow
wells resemble a German .hey are always sure,
and never give out.
The Court Houi-e here looks like a huire, worn
out I aj rucks, which loldlcrs had occupied for
vests. Tl e r principal manufactories are of
barrels. Tbey have n foundry of some consider
able degree ot produc lvo nowir. Franklin has a
population of twenty. five hundred.
NuirUin or Nir Tkowss rilxsrcrnld.
Sir Thomas Judk'n Fitzgerald, third Baronet
cf the nnine, lias just committed euicide by
drowning himself in the river Suir, no ir his resi
dence of Llsheen, county Tipperarv. The un
fortunate gentleman bud come to Dublin early
this wcik with the bope of raising funds to meet
certain pressing pecuniary demands, and, disap
pointed In his expectations, he wrote a most des
ponding letter to a personal friend. Indicating
that he had no further desire to live, lie returned
to his fumily seat in great distress of mind, and
wandered alone for hours together about the
plantations. As he did not return at the nsual
time the family became alarmed, and their appre
hensions were further increased by the unexpected
arrival of the friend to whom he had writtou. Im
mediate earcli was msde, and the river dragged,
when the body of the unhappy Baronet was
brought up. He was a gentleman of command
ing appearance, and in the prime of lilo, having
been born in 1820. He was not a scion of the
noble house of Fitzgersld of Rildaro, the family
name having been originally Uoiaeke, but changed
to Fitzgerald in compliance with tke will of a ma
ternal relative of that name. His grandfather,
Thomas Fitzgerald, of Lishsen, was a very
active loyalist in 1708, and very rigid In the ex
ecution of his duty as High Sheriff of the county.
Tipperarv teems with traditional recollections of
his official acts. His family bave been very
unfortunate. His seoond son was killed at
Salamanca, in 1812. His eldest son, Sir John,
was drowned in 1860 by the wreck of the
Ximrmi steamer on ber passage from Liver
pool to Cork. And now bis grandson and
namesake, Sir Thomas, the third Baronet,
has committed suicide. We Understand that
the coroner's jury yesterday returned a ver
dict of felo-de-t: Sir Thomas has left a son
eleven years old and three young daughters.
J iii A 1'aptr.
A "Life of Wllberfbrce," recently published,
records many curious savings ana doings.
Among the former is that of Madame de Siaol,
who, on receiving from that gentleman his work
on ''Practical Chriitianitv' mui to mutual
liEaa. "C"j Hmwn it j'tftnwWV.
Isitvisrattasj trssns Nortk Cwrallna.
An expedition was recently organized by Brigadier-General
I. N. Palmer, commanding District
of North Carolina, for the purpose of dislodging
a force concentrated at Jackson's Mills, under
command of Colonel G. N.Foulke, of the 6th
North Carolina Cavalry. The forre sent
ont for the pnrpose was rommandod by
Colonel P. J. Claasen, of the l.Wd New York
Volunteers, and consisted of a detachment from
bis own regiment, and a portion of the ltith Con
necticut. They relumed on Tuesday last, having
found the enemy, ns they expected, at Jackson's
Mills. After a sharp skirmish they succeeded in
routing the enemy completely, capturing Colonel
Foil Ike with his Adjutant, Lieutenants Gosh and
Good, of the 6th North Carolina Cavalry ; Lieu
tenant J. ,W. Brothers, of the 67th N. C.
State troops, together with some fifty non-com-inlssioned
officers and privates. Colonel Foulke
has had command recently of this portion of the
State. By this exploit Colonel Claasen has added
another leaf to bis laurels, and the l.Tid New
York and lotli Connecticut have given new lustre
to the stars that adorn their banners.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
f3f SPKCIAL ACKNOWI.KDGMKNT.
BK-' Offlc M th Cismmill nn t.sh.ir, Inivinis, satl
Kevrnu, Ma. IIS 8. K F.NTII HlrisM. I'hlln.l.lphi..
Th iinlrriioird with plenctir srknswlptjs.a tli fl
limlnf lllssral autisorlfUolis from Luera cv., PrJsms
a. Hloctim, I 'halmsn :
lilawais.. Lack anna and Wfstsrn Rail-
roail I'omi.anv rina.Ts SMjS 21
IM'-kMa MRniitarlnnng Cvman sm-
plnyista. lift Works HI T.
fnlon I.ihJi(, Xo.'I, A. Y. M : 00
Mchnla 1 homai, schuol 11 uo
lnlondcho.il so
I.AIHKH' COMMITrKK.
Mlsava Fnllrr, AreMtuilil ana fteraoa... $J7t so
IUInad and Carlin 41 00
StlMet Allirlsht.Tlimop.and liuijhtt.... 70 17
Allavaa Flra and Kemmerir 1IH no
Mla,sa Harlon anil Klnsstiurr M X
MlM Hnllla K. IXohl IS )4
Mlaapa Howar nnd Chllttndea IS SO
Mlat Jtnnlft Albright S7 60
Mlaara llavanand Hawley 4S 00
Mlaata Rrerk and Wllaoa la; on
TaDlram, Walunion Hall SIS M
oocuablft, uo 7a OO
From Pnlllftrtos at and nsar Srrantoa, Fa., re
mittal! bv K. U. Ccuraaa, TrMaurnr:
I nxanie Muiaa Sit 7S
t'apouas do last t
( U.-k a Am IMI IS
J.'amnnd da sit S.1
nnwall do
Okfurd do
Ilrllaviis Ao
Ilamntem do......
runt mental do
JerT do
llTda Park do
Lackawanna Iran sod Coal Co. a stluea
tKI 01
Total from Lmm county S.vtl3 M
JOHN W I I.AilMOItN. Troaaura.
Offlro, No. US a. nr.VEN I II HI , PMIadslihla.
Other anbacrlptlnna thankfully ravolvad and duly ar
knowlrdsed. tt ihoaa who bars not as rat subacrlbra
prVDiptly rsapond. n
fCS?" OFFICE OF THE FttKSTOX COAT,
and Improvement Company, So. S WILI.INH'S
Alter, I'hllailtiphla, June 14, W.4. Plrldrnd Notion.
Tha lloar.1 or Mraotor of Ilia t-rraton Coal and Improvo
DifBlCompany hava this dav declared a tjuartorly Divi
dend of Toaiid(no half Par Caul., from Uie not oarn
Inss, parablo on the Ath day uf July nxt, to partiee
whote natuea are romatered aa Uie holders oa Uie books of
Uie Company, at the rloaeof hualnoas on the 3uih lar of
June, Inatant. Tranaler Hooka olnae on that day. and open
on the Ath day of July IHrMond due atooklioUlera In
Hew York and Hoatoa will be remitted by null or express
when rNimaled.
)yl eodjylu HENRY D. MOOKB. Secialary.
A MEETING Or DELEGATES
from the Ward Boontv Kund Com mill oca will be
held at the Dlellint Court Koom o. 'J, H. K. corner of
SIXTH and CHKHNUT Hlreels, on 8ATVKDAV F.VIX
I.NII nl, July J, at So chx k A ireneral attendance Is
ironrmra. ja ir.U KltlSaSIA, tTSaident.
.(a
as K. Valkhtikk, Secretary.
fSfp NOTICE. ALL CREDITORS OF
St-' the Oreat Central fair will pliaae aend fielr
accounts fttf-uiwtth lo li.a vitlce. No. l.ra CiiKHNtT
Htreet, addnaed to Mr U. A.Wood, Chairman of tfae
Auditing Committee, liavtus rlrat obtained the voucher of
the t halrman by whom the account wna opened.
leM-et UOKACK 1II1WA1II) M.w.ol..-.
frT5 SUBSCRIPTION OF ONE DAY'S
e Labor. Income, or Korenne) atlll dally recelred.
Let all promptly respond, aubacrlptlons duly acknow
ledged. JOHN W. ('LAlillOKN. Treaaurer's Oftlce, No.
IIS H. HEVEM TH HtraeCfhUadelphla. JU-7t
KST OFFICE OF THE. FRANKFORD
;xy and Honthwark City l'aaacaser Kailroad Com
pany, Berks street, below rourth.
PHii.AiiKi.rina, June tsi4.
Ths Coopons of the llonda of this Company for
merly the rhiladelphla and Delaware K'ver Itatlroad Com
pany), dne on ue lat ef July, will he paid at maturity, oa
pieaentaUea at the U1HAKU BANK.
JflU-Ut K. HART, Treasurer.
rrjy office cnion passenger rail-
XS war (leumanr. No. 41 WALNk'TKIraet. June la
1H04 The second instalment of Fire Dollars on each ahare
ot the capital sloek of lha Union I'aasenuor Uallwar Com
pany, will be due and parable at the omcs or aald Com
pany on aad after Jnly 7, Ihm. Ht order of the Board of
uiieciors. uio-iuj w. li. ar uuLK, aeoretary.
ft- COBN EXCHANGE BANK, PHILA-
S-E' Mci.rHlA. llav S. lieu. Tha Illtctura haa a
oiarea a oiviucna or aeron per cent., payable oa
clear of Cuts aad United Stales ;i per cm. ) tax.
airJ-tr i. W. Tomtit i". Caaklec
KOT- DEAFNESS AND BLINDNESS. J.
ftc3:y laaaea. M !.. Frofeaaorof the K.ve and Rap. areata
all dlaeaaee appertaining lo the abore-nantrdmeialwra with
the ninioat aticcraa Teatlmoalals from al muaa reualtle
aolirccs lo tne diy and country can be sean at Ilia tlttloo,
Ko..1ll PIMKSiraet. Artlndal F.yea Inaerted without pain.
No ckaifiea made tor examination. Office hours from H to
11 A.M.,1 lo7T. M. Ko.oUl'lNBHUot. Je7-Jro
f-rg- CORNS, BUNIONS, INVERTED
BCX' Kalis. Kalarsed Joint, and all Dlaeasee of the
Feet eured wltlioiit oaia or raxynroiilnce lo the oalleat.
by Ilia Z U'liAKir. UAaNKrr,Niii(oonOslropdwU.
No !r;l ( HEH.UT Htreet. Jtefer to iiyalolaua audHucw
geona of Uie elty. iell-lf
MILITARY NOTICES.
HEADQUARTERS PKOVOST MARSHAL.
Km l Dl.trkt,
Phwifli'iiu, Jun 2ft, 1H.
Tbnme ofpamom ruaioviyif or ftm (Mt IMs
trtct will b added tu or itrlctum from thu Hit of enrol
ment. Copies of llis lltts are open tor puMla Inspactlon,
itU cIvU ortlMT and alt ctliiana art tnvinxl to appear and
potnt out enrnri In th tuts, and ive uuch .noriuation at
may aid In tha correction and iuvM m thereof. Any
pcnuin enrolWU may appt-ar briora iht Board andcUlm
M tiava kit name strfrkn off the llnta it he cn anow tatlw
laoiortly thai he In not properly nnllel,on account of
A i nnte, A'un-reudtiK't, Ordr-ay. i'trmantnl Vhytical
iHtahiittlf.
A oompUancewilh the foreiru.ui enirKeiitlonttitearneitlT
.olklKd. WM K. LKIIMAN.
)t if Captain and Vrovout MarehaU
J WANTKD FOK THE UNITKD BTATKe3
Martne Oarpe (a varied and eirltliif life ba tea and
VI land), thn- liundrtrd able-uosltd an n, to prfbrm the
i dutlf of a eoidtr at our Navy Yad, ao4 aloax4
I'nHed Atatei n hip -of- war on fortif n etatlrHif.
B ritcr coniptn-attn than the amiv. A tilD-ofwar hi
a comifrtahia bnine. Tha Marine ro-pi ui tha beat
jtuip(ie4 Cra la I be aervlue. Ifrlaa Mooay 1 abua
111 l.fH'AL BOUNTIES FAIO TO BKCHUITti.
'nr ell ithr lutorniHtlon apply dally at the Hm-ridtlfHi
Ki .adeitvoai, No. 811 8. KltOT Miwit, telyfr Spraoa, te
twecn the boureoulue and Uirea o'clock.
JAMK.S t.rwtii.
Captain and Kecnitttnromoar,
mjH-tt ho. JU 8. FKOMT Street.
pUELOUGHS FURLOUGHS.
Officers and soldlors vialtfns tus eliroa furlouias, nsedlnf
HWOX1IH,
ASUTHBB
MILITAUY EQUIPMENTS,
ARK IKV1TBD TO THS SXTSKSIVS
MANCrACTUHISO BSrABUHUUBtTT
ti lUtlKll W.HfMONM A UIIO.
8ANS0M STREET 1IALI,
BAKtOM Street, aliore SUtb,
PRESENTATION SWORDS
Made to ortW at the ahorteat nolle, which fur richness ana
masnlacenco) ehallense rauapetltion, ne oilier house in ths
eouMr? BontMnlBaT the MAM KAI'Ti KISa JEWELS
WITH TUP. rKACrirAL MHOItn MAKKK. ia
gSIDESBUEQ MACHINE W0EK3,
OFFICE,
No. US N. rilONX HTHBET,
PHILADKLPHIA.
W sr f repared to All orders to any extent for our well
knows MACII1NEBT J-OK COTTOJT ASD WOOLEN Ml LI J,
fnrlc dint all recent lmprorementa la Cardlns, Hplnnlns,
and w cat inif
We Invite Uie attention of KSauSteturers to our extea
sivu works.
Jall-lf
ALFRED JENK8 4 SON.
1)F.NN STEAM ENGINE AND BOILER
Worka. HKAUK A LEV Y, fractlcal and ThenreUoal
lLnirliu-aia, alaohiiiiala, lloiler-niakeis, niai-kamltha aad
l ouadrra, harlas lor man .veara been In aucceaal'ul opera
tion, and been etclueiveiy evjfaited la buUallns aud repair.
Ins Marine and Hirer binrmre, high and low preaaure.lroa
Boilt-ra, Water 1'aaka. Proiietlera, Ao. Ac., reapecll'ull
efter Ibrlr aerrlcea tu the pubue aa belog fully prepared to
contract for Knglnca of all alaea, Marlue, Klvvr, and Hta
tiunaiy ; having arts of patterns of different atsca, are pre
arel to execute ordrra witb quirk despatch. Every dav
soriptloa of patteen-aieklag made at tne ahonoM aotlce.
llisb and low preaaure, Mse, Tubular, aadf .Tllmler Boilera.
ot the beet I'ennayhraaia eharooel iron, (orsmga, of aii
eizes aad klndai iron and braa Casttnae or all deacrip
tlons : )toll-tu rains. Screw-euulosi aud all otker work oou
Seeled wlib Uie abore lalaeaa.
lirmwincs and apeeincaileiM tor all work alone at tale
Sitabllahuient free of charge, aad work guaranteed.
Ihe subscribers bare ample wharf-aouk roian tot re
pair of boala, wiier tliey eaa lie In porfoet aafetr, aud ars
Krovldcd with shears, bejcSs, tajla, Ae., Ac, for raising
eavf and kgal weight.
JACOB 0. KKAriB,
JOHN C. LaW,
jal-hf BEACH and FALWKa ginets.
ALL PERSONS ARB HEREBY CIV
rjnaed asalnet tniatlng Uie rew of Uve BrIUak ship
XosrAJOKL, Suutu, M.l-r, rroio Urarpool, aa awdabes
of their sumracKliis Will be Bald hr the Oaiilaln or ow.
Ntsvi. J4-VI, . VUvM. HICMAkVsVli OV.
C N NO 1( I ht Kttl-
We refnnd the tnoner. If deelrod, for irary lot of Halrts
which fail In aa reeoeoa.
FINE BIIinTS,
CUT LENOTUWIHe) OT MCU!f.
Made of Kew Tort Mills Muslin, and rer? tas Uasn
Boeoms. Only ti'OO.
WUllanUTUle Milla Ifaslln, sad fins Unen Bosora.1,
O0I7 $3-J!l.
GENTLEMEN'S rURNISHINO GOODS.
BMITH JSc JACOIIS,
Sar- No. CI1K.SKITT Btnet,
c
L0AK8I CL0AK81I CL0AKS1I1
CLOAK I XOAK!l CLOAKS tti
rt.OAKSl CIIAK8II CLOAKS III
CLOAKS I fLOARSII CI.OAI.Sllt
CLOAX8I CLOAKS 1 1 CXOAJLSIII
Trlt EJOHTH STREET CLOAK EirPORIITM,
TH EII1HTH STHEKT CIXAK BMPORIUM.
TUE EtlltrlH HT1EK.T CLOAK EMPORIUM.
1UK kUUUTU BTitEt.T CLOAK EMPOttlUM.
We SM H. EiaitTU ft treat,
tlo.MSIir. tlOHTH Btreot.
0.JS S.EIUUTU Strawt.
OREAT BAROAIKS,
ORRAT BAROAtM.
tIBEAT BAk'IAJNS.
CALL Am rtlRCHASB,
3A4.L AND rtJlT-tiaeir;.
;AI. JIt ri'U. ila.'E,
LTsni
MtlK
BIUfTTa STREET CL0AK BMrURIUM,
ar-sf e. tm BT. BlOimi Street.
pLOAKS, COATS, AND MANTILLAS.
VV Ladiee wiaklng to dreaa well aad eonorulcallr. win
find It to their adraatagr to visit the Mammoth Cloak and
Manlllla Bmoorluro of Mra. HRNKT, Not. JH and 4V N.
NINTH Hireea. below Aroh. where are to be kad all the
latent Parle and London tt j lea at prlcee that will anaure
N- B. A haudaome aaaortraent of Ladles and OenMO
Rien's Wrappers, Bhawla, end I.aon Manllllaa.
apll-Sa Bos. SS and 40 N.M1NTH Street.
Ia t uuKaM T STBkarf.
Tha sttentlon of LAOTEW Vtsmifa TfTB
CITT. or thoae about I.KAVINillt for ' Watcr
Ingl'laeee, or "tke t'oBBtry," la reapectriillr
Invlied to tlie extensive Block of H UH ft
)IH anilablc for CrMMER WEAK, for
WUiTB BODIES, MWKfUNli WR.VTPLKH,
e.
An extenarre aaaorttnent fa offered la Ieo
and Work Ml Edgings and Inserting, Valla,
Haaytkerrkleia, Collar, Ulcere,, ami In plain
and nancy Plalrl, Striped, and F igured White
O.-vIa At PK1CEH MUCH HELOW TIlklB
Prtr.SFNT FETalL VALI E.
Irti Prlaled Linen Cambric Dreaars.
, l'J pieces I'uiTed, Tucked, and Striped Mas
Uiu. Ii. 31 NEF.DLEH.
3,
iMTcffttSBtfr strSkt.
lQQ HOOP SKIRTS. i'OO
UX) Maaafactory, No. cm AKCH Street, UaiO
Above Hlith atr"et,
t'lUladelphia.
Wholesale and Retail.
TheSMtt complete aaaorttnent of I.anlea, Mlaaca', and
Children's Hoop bkina In the cite. In every reapert flrat
claaa, which for style, flnleh, durability, and cheapness,
have no eieal In the market.
Hklrts aaaale lo orator, altered, and repaired.
Ik-I-1 WM.T. HOPKIHS.
QONHT1TUTION XI O UH Ii
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.
The sBbaetiber begs kare to Inform his friends and ths
public in general that ke la prei en.l to receive vlalton,
and pleduea hhnaeif that no pains or espenao will be
sparod to make his guests oomlbrtable during their star
on tho Island.
TERMS MODERATE.
JAMES J. BABR, Proprietor.
For farther hafhrmatloa. Inquire at the ULOBE HOTEL,
BIXTU, below cheaaat street, Pbiladelphla. jed-lat
pONGRESS IIAI.L, ATLANTIC CITT.
V J I would respectfully Inform my friends and tho
public, that 1 bave again takon Coagieae Hall, thla beta
Uie third year, and havo made every preparation lor the
Corrltu seasiB, the houae being enlarged, routodeiled.nevr
fiirniluie. Mia ehambars with spring beds, etc, Ac, aad
will atoommooate lour hundred gucata. Ion will find no
better place than Congreas Hall. It laths neaieat to tho
ocean ot any ol the large houaea of Atlantic City, being but
one hundred yeida from tho brack, thus preaentlng Itaetf
an aovanlage to the publlo. There cannot be any better
bathing tlian at Atlantic this summer. The aand bar that
waa such a great drawback laat a. aeon has ail been awept
away by the high tidea of laat winter, forualruj llseli tho
ajvn, uaraniK iun on in, nuaniie aoa-noara.
There la an oxcallnnl Hamla' Maaie engaged.
Attached Is a epieadld Ballard Koom.
JaLt-tf O. W. HlffKLB.
JNLET 1IOU8E,
ATIANTIO CITY,
NEW JI.K-IKV.
Jl. js. tu XjJin pr, Xroirletor.
(Long and faroral.lr known as pmprtohn- of OT8TBB
HAY, Bl. I'M und CIIKSS BT Streets.)
Parties accommodated with lioats, Mnhlng Llues,Ae.,Src,
Care run lo Uie houae every twenty minutes. jotr-ut
1'IIE ALIIAMBRA, ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.,
la now niien for vi.ttnra. The room, and table aro
unaurpaaB by any on the Mand Titiiib mderale.
jeJO-lln HUIllirl'J ,t YOU Nit, Proprietors.
UNITED STATES HOTEL,
ATLANTIC CITY, NEW JfcltSKY.
' This celebrated lloiol is now open for lliu rccepllon of
Jueau, anu isunuer uie anperviaiun or roiouei jainosw.
'owera, with Air. Kiiward Haitwellaa Aaalataut.
Practical and exierieiiced peraona have been employed
for each department, and eiery eaertion will be made to
conduct Ihe same to Uie entire i atlafaction of the public.
Alter July 1, four train, will loavoVirre Street Kerry,
dally i the Fast Line through In two hoars, without stop
ping at the way atatloua.
A passenger car alii be run from Uis Hotel to the Inlet
very twentv mlnutca.
Hasaler'a Hand, under the direction of Mr. Sltooa llasa
ler, haa been enitagcd tor the acaaon.
Pcraous wishing to sngiise nMint will addresa
1IIIOVYN A rVOKLVPER,
Proprietors,
Atlantic City, Now Ji racr.
V B.Tho Sand Bar which laat year hirtned nppo.lto
fheahoro has entirely illaapi eared, leaviug the k 'ecu ouo
ol the best and eai'cal on tlu ouaat. )v2o-lia
I EXCHANGE HOTEL, ATLANTIC CITY
J The aubscriber, gratohil for paat favor, lenders
Uianks to hla patrons and the pobile for the generous ciia
tom glvt b huu, and bega lea o to say that he la now open
for the eraaou, and ready to roceive boarders, poruieiittit
and tranaient. on Uie moat Uiodcra'.e lerina. The liar will
always be aiipplled with the rholoeal wlnea, uiiuora, and
elgara, aad aupertor ok! ale. The tables wilt bo sot with
the beat the market afford,.
I'lalilug llnca aud tackle a'wayi on hard.
Htable room on the prrmlaca.
All theoomforta of a home oan always he thnnd at ths
Exchange. UtOhUIC HAYllAY,
JeS tf Propilelof.
(JOLUM1IIA II O IT H 13,
ATL.ANTIO C1TV,
BEW JKHSKT.
SITUATE ON KENTUCKY AVENUE,
OPPOSITE THE 81 UK IIOUHK.
EDWAItD DOYLE, Proprieitor.
Terms to salt tke Umes. JeS-Uf
s
E A-BATHINO S E A -II AT II I N G.
KATfONAI. HALL.
CAPE ISLAhU, t.APt. MAY, B J.
Ctiildren under 12 yrare nl'avoand .ervanta half price.
Hupelior accomlnridatlona and auiilc nam
OU IWO IIIMUlHi I EKSONS.
Je24-7m A A WON uAltlttiaO.N. frnirlelor.
nO V I. A N I) HOTEL.
I.ONIl I1KANCII, MKW JKttaEr,
W ill no ooeaod lor Hie
JtKOKITIOB ! ESTS,
On Wednesday, J uuo 16.
Jo-lia IIOWI.ANll, lU EIlKKT ACO.
IjEDDY'S
HOTEL,
SOUTH WBST corner or
NINTH tntl SANHOMHtreets,
OPPOSITE COUTrNEHTAL
Tho resort of Gealkaaen of Banned Taste, who appro
elate a Pare Beverage, teJMia
COVSTY'S TEA WAREHOUSE. EST A
huahed la Baa). Importer aud Dealer In
t lua Teas, Wluaa, aad Lhiuera,
Ckotoo Havana Cigars,
Crvaa A Blackwell's Fioklos snd Saaoos
Enjllah aad Boolch Ale and I'orter,
Caraied Meats, F nails. Soup, AO.
5 ivy Metaes pat ap with oars.
At Bo. lift S. BECOyjO Rtreet.
Ja2ly JOSHUA H. OOA.STT.
NEW COMPANIES FORMLNQ CAN Bi
suppaed whk
CkJtTUK A 1 KS OK BTOCR
TAA.SSH S BOOK ft.
BXOCIk .ntor.us.
CiiKCkS, MOTES, DBAFTB,
Aad ovary variety of Account Books aud Btatioaeep, est
reaaoaabio tax at,, at
wn.uAM MAwa-a,
Statloaer.Pltater, aad Blank Book MuiarwiaM,
Ba-aV. roUMIU Auroei.
apn-oes
SPECTACLES TO SUIT ALL SKJHTSv
AHTlfH'lALIMJMAB AX KB.
fnaarted wUAeaa sala. by
JAktvJl w. qnirFir co..
FINANCIAL.
gUVUNTM
NATIONAL BANK,
No. aio maiihjl:t stmeet,
(CORNER OF IT1A1TBERRT.)
Capital $125,000.
To be Increased to $500,000.
DIRFCTORS.
UENRT a. M0IR1. of Morris, Taaker A Co., Taactl
Iron Work St Elitk aad Task ar its.
( IlAHLr.8 8. CLOSE, of Clots A Nrahlt.BiUIJors.lfo.
Ms. Ml Keed street.
JAMES M. rREBTOX, Manufacturer ot Woolen Ooodi,
Maaaynnk.
J. A. WATERS, of J. A. Waters A Co., Wholesale
Oroccre, Mo. VJt Market atreet.
8. B. COUUnLIN, Real E.tate. Bo. VU X. TUlrleanth
street.
WM. r. CLYIiE, Agent Phllsd'a aid Bow Terk Eifreaa
8. II. Co., No. H 8. Delaware Are.
(iEORUE W. Itll.L, Manufacturer of Carnellngs, !to. IM
H. Third street.
I. W. SOLDER, Wholeeale Bints ana Shoos, 5o. U
Market street.
J . ' I r Tunx.rlr f U'lnei. Rretvllea, Ao., Not. I
' , u I" 'a-- A v.r r i
'. Beu. l.a- i j m.j aui. ... .
' ' K. I'd.-. Ntc.al ' r- n of - m.
a.e.. . ,i..u rt.s.Tl. . o'.t ..
actaQcuaial BAMvlrau ai a... c.ia.
lilacount days on TUESDAY and riUDAY of saca
week.
J. 7,. DEIIAVEN, rr.ia.ut.
K. 8. IIAL.T,, Otilii..r.
1'MLAbKLrma, Juae so, lust. le-IS la
QOLD, O 1 I, QOL1),
SILVER AND BANK NOTES
WANTKD.
BE HAVEN & BROTHER,
JatT-ly Wo. HQ 8. THIRD ST BRET.
gMITII c RANDOIiPII,
No. 18 8. THIRD STREET,
UANKKU8 AND UIIOKKRS.
Specie, Rtocki.Quartermaatcra' Vouchers and Cheek,and
all Oorornment Seearltlrs Bought and Sold, mhll
J,1 11 12 I It. HT11K II Oc CO.,
UANKliltS,
No. 30 8. THIRD STREET,
St-T AJfD SKLL
OOIJ), SILVER, AND OOVKKNMENT SECURITIES.
STOCKS
BOUOIIT AMD BOLD ON COMMISSION. Imhlt
Q 11. WRIGHT A CO
No. 142 3. THIRD STREET,
OPPOSITE THE ExcnAsng.
bcalrra fa Government snd Stale Securities, Quarter-
masters mes ana oachers, and CertMcatss of ladebt
adneaa.
Oiders for tho purchase and sals ot Stocks and Loans
promptly eaecniea. lej-wfm tf
ATEAV LOAN, NEW LOAN.
-a. i
U. S. 10-40,s.
JAY COOKE at CO.,
Or r Kit rOB SALE TUB
NEW GOYEENMUNT WAN, ;
BEARING FIVE PER CENT. INTEREST IN COIN
redeemable any time after TKB YEAKH, st the pleaauro
of the Uoyerumeut, snd payable k'OKTY YE All after
date.
BOTH COUPON AND REGISTERED BONOS aro
leaned for this Loan, of sasso draomkiatloa aa lha &-Bl's.
Tho Interest on ISO's and $100 i payable yearly; on al
other nominations, half yearly. Tha 10-40 bonds aro
dated March 1,1804. Tho half-yearly Internet falling duo
Beplesskar 1st and March let of oath year) until let Hop
temoer, the scented Interest from lat of March Is required
to be paid by parchaaara In cms sr In Laaat. cumNor,
adding filly par cent, for premium, until further notice.
ALL OTHER GOVERNMENT SECURITIES BOUUiTF
ABli 801.1.
JAY COOKE & 00.,
BhM-lf No. 114 S. THIRD STREET.
c
L A 11 K H O N A CO.,
HANKERS,
N 121 8. THIRD STREET,
PUILADELl'lllA.
Government Securitlsa of all laaues Purchased and for
Bale. Stocks, Bonds, and Oold Bought and Hold oa Com
mlasloa. ,
INTBBKST ALLOWED ON DErOSITS.
Collectlont Promptly Made roll tf
JJEWEB JSC 11AIIK,
BANKERS AND EXCHANGE BROKERS,
No. 5 J 8. THIRD STREHT.
USALStta IV
SPECIE, BANK NOTES, AND GOVERN
MENT (SECURITIES.
Stocks Bougbt and Sold on Comailaaloa. Collections
promptly made. ap ra tf
gTOCKH ANO HECUHITIES
ROUGUT AND SOLD
ON COMMISSION,
BE HAVEN & BROTHER,
foB-tf
No. HO S. THlltn STREET.
A JOINT RESOLUTION PROPOSING CER
taia AtnendnieMta to the Conatltntion.
Be it reeolved Uy the H.nate and lloaac of Repreeenta
Uvea ef the Commonwealth of Pennaylvania In tlonerat
Aaaembly met. That the following aiu.-mlinntits be pro
poard to the Conatitiillon if the Common H ealth, In aocord
aiioe with the provialnna ol'tlie lenth article thereof:
There shall be an eudiuonat section lo the third article
of ll. e Constitution, w be doaiguated as sectloa four, as
lollows :
"Section 4. Woe never any nf the qualified eteotors of
thla Commonwealth shall be In any actual military ser
vice, unthra reo.uialtlon rrom the Preahlent of the United
States, or by the authority of tlds Communwualth, auoh
ele. lore may etc rciav Ihe riKht ol aullrage In ail elections
by Ihe cltUi-aa, under such regulationa a are, or shall he,
prescribed by law, aa fully aa li they were prcaenl at their
aaiial place ot eleclloa."
Hection S. There aliall be two additional sections to tha
elevenib arth leof tho Conatltutlon, to bo dcaiguated as
seetl. aa eh'ht and nine, aa loliow I
"HwlV.u". NohlliahaU be paaaed hr the Lecialatore,
oontalnUig more than one subim t, whl h ahall he ciearly
eaiireahi'dia Ihe title, eacepl npra-oprtatlon bllia."
''rlfotlon . Nn bill ahall ha aaaieed by the Legtslaturo
granting any pnwura, or pilvliegua. In any caaa where tiio
authority to grant, auch powara, or pnv!leea, haa beea, or
amy hereafter be, conferred upuu the courta of UUa C'uia
mouwealth.'1 HENRY 0 JOHNSON,
Speaker of the Houae a RepreaentaUvcg.
JOHN P. PKMSKY,
Sneaker of the Haunt.
OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY OF TUB COMMU.N.
Bk.AI.lll,
iiaaaissrao, April 13, WA.
PENNSYLVANIA, a.
I do hereby eertlfy that tlie foregoing Is a Bill,
I L.S. I true, ard correct copy of the origin..! Jolul Keeelu
thin of the fleiieral aaaembly, entitled " A J.iiut
Bee4utktB prtSKiBtng oerlaia AuiaaUuieau lo tlio Couati
tullou," aa Uie aame remaina ou Uie In true otttoo
In toatimony v.tiereof', I have hereunto set ravhsBVland
canaed the aeal of the secretary's eulce lo be amaeat, tao
day aud year above wrrttea.
EI.I BXirER,
Secretary nf the CoMmdiiwearth.'
The above Besolutkin having been agreeal to by a maturity
of the memhera ot taeh Houae, at two eucoeealvo aoaakins
ot Uie Ueueral Aaaemtily uf thia Comaouweailb,UM pro
loaed amcadments will be auhuiltted tome people fug tiaelr
advpuoaer rejection, on tke flrat 1'iteadaiy of Augt, la
tiie year of our Lord one tiaioaaudouiat hundred audaaaty
four.ln accordacce wkh the previa, ea ot Hie tenlli arUolo
ol IheConatltulioa.aHd Ilia aci,aMliild'Au Act preaorib
ti.g Uie Hue and maiuier of subaalltliig lo toe people, for
their approaal aud ratlllcatitai oe rajeatlaa, the proiioaed
ameatlwenla to Uie Coiuatitutloa,M appruvaid the twoaaiy
thlid 4a ot AprU, out Beuaaaad eight homlred aud atatjr
teui. r.UMl.lrKK,
o" 1 1 V la-XtsLj tjal Vuaiat "UTfotiiila
pEEBIDEJTIAL OAK FAX QX.
fLAOS, f
BA5HTE3 AID. TRAHSPAIOTOIES.
WMi X"". HCHlntliB,
Ko. 49 S. THIRD 8TB.EET,
4AOTS Caeaaat, raUadaipkia.
MAITUTACTURIB 0T
FLAGS,
BANNERS,
TRANSPARENCIES,
AND LANTERNS.
PeHlcel Canpalca Clahe Sited oat with Lantern.,
BeitgM, Banners, aad riags, at reasonable rates, yes Sea
JOE THE AEMI AND HAYT.
BVANH IIA.HHA.jLtU,
MII.ITAHY FUHNISUKH3,
No. 418 ARCH STREET,
PHILADELPHIA.
Baaasrs, Betrhnental anal Company Flags, Swtaras,
Baakee, llelU, l aaaanu, Kpaalets, Uau, Caps, Canteens,
IfaTertacka, Camp Kits, Field Ulaasee, Spars, and ererr
Uiltur pertaaBlug to Ike oonipleU oatat of Araay aad Batrt
Ofllrero. M
A akoral dtaoocmt allowed to tho trade, tylO-Bai
Ii A tt HI
' a. .. " .. ,
OF SUPERIOR QUALITY. '
MUHL.IN FlaACtH,
or SUBEBIOB QUAUTT.
Halliard,
Pulley, ftSa
Wholeials gnt Betatl, at
V. H. HORSTMABTT & Boua,
yl4-kf
nTH aad CHE RUT Street.
J IX. F O H T B It,
AWNINO MAKER,
No. 414.3 N. TIIIIIO Htreet
ABOVE WILLOW.
KaTAliLJBllEJ 1844.
AWNINQS, "
WAQON COVERS,
FLAOB,
SAILS,
TENTS,
FABCT VEBANDAII8 FOB WINDOWS.
BB kinds of work dose progaptty, sad atteadef Is par.
JOSEPH H. FOSTER,
Ko. 443 N. THIRD STBBET,
KW-an aJion WBtov,
JJ 3d Nil Y IIARPESn,
DBALBB IB
WATOUKS, JEWELHY.
SILVER AND PLATED WARE,
No. 530 A.IICII Street.
AMERICAN WATCH CO.'S, E, HOWARD Jj CO.'S, AND
REED S PATENT WATCIIE8.
All kinds of Stlror Wort roads la the rectory adjotaktf
ths Btoto. Jes-lni
Qa V. SIMONS h BROTHER,
BAN BOM STBBET HALL, PaiLADEMHIA,
HANUTACTUBEBS Or
JEWELRY,
FINE SWORDS
A ' tJeYe-tf
BtTLTTABT OOOD8 nt EVBRT TABIBTT.
T A M XI H IlARIIBR'a
" WltOLgSALI AND USTArL
CLOCK KSTABLI8HMENT,
8. B.eoroor SECOND aad CUEflNUT Btroots, Phllad a.
Aossor roa tu ranitT
EQUALIZING THIRTY-DAY CLOCKS,
Cotel&MiWlMWJt' W-rckos. HoteU. Banks
Also, St Ah I'KAt Tl' ItKK OF FINE O0LD PF.NS.
( LOCKS REI'AlltKD AND VAHKN11UJ.
jal!f-ly Clock Trimmings of every deaorlptloa.
jrx. JOHN 8. WILSON, IM I'ORTER AND
dealer In WATCHES, riue JBWKUtY.aad uuuiu-
latiurer oa
BfT.VEB WAItB,
No. Ill N. BTWTtl Street, alKive Arek, PhBaderphta.
Tho highest price paid lor old Bilvor. uy7 UyU
-VM- A- ORAY, N. E. CORNER OF SIXTH
f T and MINOR Htreet,, buys Diamonds, Watches, Oold,
Stlror, aud lian Tioket,.
THOrlK IN WANT 01" MONET,
CAIX.
AD bDitnoss oMtlitontlal. raylS-im
aV A
g WEIGHT & SIDDALL T
No. 119 Market Street
BETWEEN FRONT AND SECOND STREETS.
0. V. WaiOUT. V. 11. SIDDALL.
, DRUOalSTsTTlIYSICIANS,
AND
OEKEBAL 8TOBEKEEPER8,
Caa Snd atoaroatabltalimontafUllassortniont of Imported
and Domestic Drags, Popular Patent Medlelnaa, Palots,
Coal Oil, Window Ukus. Prescription Vials, Ac., at aa low
price, as geaoine flrat-claaa goods can bo sols.
FINE F.MHENTIAL OILS
rorOoBfhotloneTs.ln full variety, and of the heat quality.
Cochineal, Bengal Indigo, Madder, Pot Ask, Cudbear,
Boda Aak, Alum, Oil of VI liol, Annatto.Oopperaa.Rxtraet
of Logwood, Ac, FOB DYERS' vse, always oa hand, at
lowest net eaah prices.
PI'BE SPICKS FOB FAMILY USB, '
Ground eiproasly for our sales, sad to which wa mvttetlie
atlontloa of thoae In want of reliable arth-lea.
Also, 1SU1UO, 8TAKCH, MUSTAMD, are, osrlro
fvaffp.
Orders ky mall, or city poet, will toot wtta prompt at
tention, or apcoial quotations will ho furnieaaHl whoa ro
qaestcd. wttiuni' at niuiALiLa,
Wholeaale Drug Warebouao,
JaU-ly No. UV M AUKBT Street, above Front.
Cl U SQE W. T. VOiai'8
J OLA88 WABKIIOUSK,
Nos.ftfl aod;i.oJ IIHAM'll Htreet.
Olaaaware Sir liiaeia and atealauranta. CoufeerAoBara.
rcrliimera, ar.d LirugtsU.
Atau, uie lagaat aaaoruncut or
III. ASH HIIAIlVB
tbr Wax Fralt, emwtes, Clocks, Ac. Pctlehoraanla Vaaas
and Card Betelvora. ie7-lua
JJ B N 11 Y H I M O N H,
UNITED STATES NATIONAL
WAGOH AND 00A0H WORKS,
Oifloo, No. 591 NEW MARKET Btreot,
And Factory, ooraer of
BKCOND AND CL'sfBEBLAND STREETS,
raiLADsufuiA.
AH and every kind nf
WAilliNH. CARTS. PEATS. WUEELB AltROWS.
" . i . . nnui.w, awpiniwaiiiir.aaaouiari
w i ii.iii.iioe puipwa... au wi warrauacaa.
tirOrdcrs promptly sttended lo.
lat-tf
EDMUND A. BOUDER k 00.,
COMMISSION MEIICIIANTS,
AND SHIP AND STEAMBOAT AGENTS,
DOCK BTRJbKT WHARF,
PHILADELPHIA.
roams A. aoi nia,
aa. arsALv oarrv,
STKI'IISM T. aoubSL
lat-tf
o
iPERA 0LAWR8 AND OFFICERS'
riKl.lXll.AMSBB.
Mlcroeeopea fur tayaielaus and BtadontS.
A vary au-ga aaeotuaea
i. rur aaie or
jamk.s w. qvtr.v k CO.,
Mia
No. Mi CUEaLiT BtreOS.
JOHN ORUMP, -
, . CABPBNTICB AND lirrLnER, '
No. aia uiixiB STRet-T.
A lares fhrcs of kulldfhg aieoaautoa of all ' JiT
always ou kaaA '" ,
AT H K VI AT 1C AL AUAJrTlN Wtattt--
M
taaakiaauaaa
aatetaoieaaa sea,- .
Foreaaeaa;
jaisas w. otrnKN no.,
' a4 CluJaJiliT Bueaa.
rnd tjn ismud catoK'-' i'
" AL'CT0r. SAtr
QIlTJXUt OP MAIaC.
CHEAT CENTKALj FAIR,
C0iMXNCD,-0 OK rBtDAT jtOMINO. mt L
Btoves, Baatos, Bellow-wars, larso Cth Bin, cat It
AaroHutal tapVtmtnts, heavy Waioss, Cars, Aa., at
11 o ebvrk.
Fmnlture, Ixankmc Otaaaea, Bawiog MAcMnei. jfartat
ManUos, rouaua.., is, at lx o'otock.
XBSTAUBABT DEPAKTMEhT. '
Ths sale of ths Beataurant win enmaaamna on K Trre;
DAV MOKKINIt, JnlyS.al lOo'elm prere.' r . I 4 wtsl
eoreprae ! 0 Iron Talilee, with marble tnoe, l.ia VVimUna?
Chelra. large nuentfl y of Crockery aad Uiaasw are, Knives)
anaroTka, urn acta Plated t'al.ra.
Ao, v.ry laree quantity of K itchea Foraltoi. Oookla
UUnalla.ttrocarlea.ljquora, Ao.
MlaCr.LLANEOl S OOOOS.
Thec'otlng sehw.onnalsMner ealscllsniMis anlf.
Will c.ti.mence oa tTtJHOAT at o clock P. M . Jiiayp,
ratal, suea ot eaeh sale to ke had at too Fair betiding oe)
momma of sale.
Adauaaioa Ji cents, aeaaoa tad fThmmltfee TIckotB
free- M , THOi. S FIX!,
jctB-M CXialrmaaof rmak.a-of Aaotlaoeers.
A:
BAZAAR, NINTH AND SANSObX
IV Rfreeta.
t'CI ION SALE Or RARrTM, raaauQil Aa.
On Sal unlay morning Beat.
At 10 o'clock, comorialng about
ttt.Xf V HORSES. "
Full deacrlptfona at Halo. t
Akao,New and Second-hand
t:ABKIAIIKS, I.KIIPT WAOONS. Ac.
A fan, single aud doable Harness , Baddies, Bridies , Whips.
Covers. Ac.
No poetnoBemoBt oa aooonnt of aathar
rialeof Uoraea, Ao.,oa Wedneaday. . 4
' - -ansaad iiarnou al prtvate aale.
ALFRED M. HBRKWr!.
- Aacu
.HIV,
TUK AUCTION SALE Ot,
WOBKS OF ART, ' " '
poaaias to in
SAN IT AST COlboSSIOH , I
Ar rrn
(1REAT CENTRAL FAIR,
Will taks placs '! '
ON TUESDAY EVENING, JULT I, At O'CLOCK.
To be continued oa ths following evening, Ifati sisbti .
Particulars In a future advartifemant.
Catahguee la a few days. . . . a4a-4i
MACKET8 AUCTION ROOMS, No. U
atABEJCI Btroar, ,t
ror tho sala of (loads. Wane, and Merchandise goaav
rally, Honaehold PusnHura, Clothing, Watcaee Jw4ar
and Faaoy Uoo.1,. China, Crockery, and Olasswarsa
Hooka and Stationery, Private Ubrarise, Ao.. Ao.
Liberal CAM! ADVANCES wlU be made oa oswehro
saents when dealred, and all fair means will bo uaed ta
obtain tho boat prices for the goods t but bo goods will ha
received except auch aro abeolutaly to bo aouL .
PROPOSALS. !::"
ASSISTANT QUAETjJRMASTjSjX
Uonoral's OrBoa,
- , . , frm.Di.twA. Jobs , las.
Trofoaala S ba received at thia arfara a MSI
WEDNESDAY next, July , at 19 ooJock M., tbr
rurUaliuig the I'mted States, deliverable at IDS Schuyl
kill Ararual, the following articJea, vis. :
lloapital Tent Pins. Ur, e; 1 Army staadard. aad aud
lloapiul Tent Pins Amall; from aeaaonod white oak. or
Wall Tint Plna, large. )otber good AaroT wood.
Canteen Webbing, 1-Inch, linen or cotton. Baraalsa
reotiired. . " "
Bsmpies may bo seea af this office. Bidden ntut stata
la Ihilr uropoaau tha price, which must bo gives aa
wrifinp as wU as figures ; the uan(tfF, and flaw ay
Bach bid most ba guarantied by two retponilklo par
sons, whoae signatures must bo sppendod to tha
guarantee.
mil, from defaulting contractors win net bo ra-
orlved.
"lank forma Sir aropoaals oan ho had oa applloatloa "at
Ihl, oflico, and each bid must ho endooed with tas naaaa
of tke particular at Ucle bid for, ' "
..... - . h. OBOBHAH,
jeXO-K d Aaet Q. M. Oenerai, U.S.A.
STJBSI8TENCK OFFICE, UNITED STATES
Army, No. 10 SOUTH Ntrret, ' '
lULnunaa.Md., Janets. 1W4.
Sealed rronoaals, fn rfu;tare, will bo received at that
office untS U AI.,oa WEDNESDAY, July 13, IHM, for fur
niahtng ihe unites stales Subelateuce Departuesa)
FOCB TIIOCSAND (tOOO) HEAD OT BEEf CAT
TLE oa the hoof, delivered at the State Cattle Soales.at
Baltimore, Md.,ln lota of (llHSi)on? tluuaaod eacn every
( II) ten daya , tobeweighed within one and a naif dareafUr
arrtval, at the exinae of the contractor, Thny must
aiCrailfl atlOUt HOl-ll l,lrfn hii.olr...l rinn.t
welKht: all falling ahort ot tliswl) one thonaaiid poando
gross weight. Halls, HUgs, Oxen, Cows, lienors, aad)
llornlraa Cattle will be rejtcted. . .
A diduciioaoftea (hi) pounds win bo mads from tha
welifctof each Steer accepted under this contract, pro
vided Hi. animal ilu.. n..i mlmA ... K. . J T
halt boor, before being weialied, or Is But rrrlahod Ira ma
dlalclv after removal from theuara.
'"auk forma lor propoaal, caa be kad oa applica
tion at thla ones, either in peraoa, or ky nail, or tela
graph. The Oovarnmcnt will claim tha right of weighing aaw
one auliral aet.arale. If lie appearance lndloata leea
v.ciiiii at. mm turn mininiam meiKloned aoovai the ea-
penae of weighing wlU bo paid by Ihe party arrlag la Jurur-
Sieiit.
Each bid, to secure consideration, must oootaha m
wrllten auarautaa of two lurum. . ti
a , of tho County nf . Bute of . do harehw
guarautee that la (or are) able to fulfil a contract ba
accoruauce wtta ue term, of hie (or ihslr) proposition,
aud ah. laid hla (or their) propoellion be accepted, he (or
they) will at once eater loto a contract in aocordanoa
therewith, and we are prepared to become hla securities,
giving good aud auftlcienl bouda fur ita fullllmant.
The rehwuialblllty of the guarantors must he shows hw
Ihe ornclal certificate of the Clerk of Ihe neareet DlatrlcB
wojin ia we i aiiieu oiaies visirwf Auoruey, co so oa
c.oied w th the bid.
liiddrrs must ba present to respond to their bids, and
fireparrd to give bond, aud alga tha contract before leav
i.g tl a ofil. a.
The tlovernment resen-es to Itself rha riant tn reject aaw
or ail bids couahlcrvd unrvasouabie.
raj menu lo be made after each delivery In snch funda
aa mav be on haud: If none ou hand, to ba mada aa aoo
as received.
I'lopoaela must be endorsed distinctly "PROPOSALS
FOR Bt.KF CATTLE." and a.ldreaed to "Call tain J. U.
CILMAN, C. S., lie t more, Maryiana."
It a hid Is in the name tf a firm, their sames aad thetr
poat otrice address must appear, or tliey will not las ooa-
llilered.
Each person or every member of s firm ofteiiag a pro
mal muil accompany It with an oath of allegiance to tho
lilted Htutes tiovurnmcat. If he haa not already filed oaa
al this oftlce.
All bidt mot romtWnn urlcllv rU lAg Itrmt mflMt a4-
vet fiaa-meHf ariff oa rejected.
i . n . uiL..viaiv,
.')6-llt Captain and C. 8., U. . A.
ASSISTANT QUARTERMASTER-OKNR-ralaortioa,
rmuiiBi,niiA, j gneya, laa,
Prnno.ala will he received at thla omi uaui lx a'oloek
M .on MA I I KI1AI lhed ol Jnlv, fur
Armv Wai.ou Covera. to be made of cotton or Uaeai
duck, standard gualtly, full nine ounces, or linen covered)
wltli vu cuniicd liitlla rubber or gutla peroha, aad mada
Water proof, per sample In this oltlee.
trice to be atsreo lor eacn sina eeparateiy.
The alait e article, to be of tho heat uuallir And StrbleoA
tn inapeilon
Hldilera will atato price. both In writing and figures!
quantity of each article bid for, and toe ahorteat tluao
required tor delivery; pries to include the packages aad
delivery.
Tha ability of lha bidder to fill the contrast mast be
guaranteed by Iwo reapoaalhte persona, whoee algaaturea
will be appended to too guarantee, aud the said guar an lea
lo accompany kite bid.
The rlulit la reeerved to valeet all aide Aeeneea tna
higti, etid ao hid frora a deiaultiiig eaantrectog will ke
rwelveil.
IVr larther leifhrmatlon bidders will call at the ofnoa.
No. Hii.1KAK1i ousel, where ibrms lor proposals wui
v iiiraMniivu
Hv orilev ot Colonel fleoree Ft Cnaamara AaalataaS
Quartarmaatvr-Osuoial U. S. A.
DHIlnli K B. tlrrslR.
)77-ot Captala and A. If.
AINT1NG!I PAINTirtail
L
Vo. 47 S. THIRD STREET.
ABOVB CITES NUT,
FkBadospkls.
FAIIY A BUOTIIErt.
BOCBK, BIQlf , AND ORNAMENTAL PAINTEBBL
Orataftig, Olaalng, OUdlagoa Glass, Ealsotalalag, Papon
Vanalahliig, Aa. alA
.VATRTTTHW AVTI VERBAL pUStSRIF.
I tlonaof Character, ConarlsaUon, aaid w"
I ia...,. ii...... a guiu. iiduuarfh1". aalf-laa-
- iatf.u,,.aat. aaad Iraualnf ad
aO C H 1 1.1 . k "V, Booial Aaajujtt" ? kf
wreivihtatauIookaeois!,
spla-iss
Be. tt S. Ch-fc i auaat, above Saiaaoat.
to K-.tif CAPTAINS AND OTOESl
The iiSeralgud having leased the kKNglN-
Ff.'iT'S'UVW iMit'K. huge an talona his fl-iaaata aad toe
..iron, of IM l,utl aa preperoe wi.e rnoww.
!L. ilu J. uiacooruoioalatai llioae liawua laaMamlia ralail
iT..lr,,d U,lu s pramral ahlp-earpeatar a..4
oaulkwt.'"' S've paa-aoaal alia alios to all veaaalaaaaanaaed
Wrh'MwrAgVBts, Shtp'araentars aad KashlBaum
... a.g veaaado lo rair, ere aoiMUMl u calh
lMg the aaaor avr Ike aaJe of "H elteratejta Pataaat
Metallic t'inponasoa. or i x.u.h .. r;--
tu u of veawea' boliorua. r H a city, I sal preparaad SO
aruiak the a
a ssauaAraUite ( ntlB.
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