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THE DAILY EVENING TKLEGRAFII. PIULADELrillA, SATURDAY, JULY 2, 1864.
A DAXLT UTKRKOOH VEWRPAFER.
OFFICE No. 108 S. THIRD STREET.
Tim Two Omrr P Cost, or Twki.ti Csrrs Pan
VTns, rayabl to Ik Cifrkc, ut melted to .nr.eorlbeo
at of tha Osty m His Doaiu Pu Ahbcmi 0e DaLi.ii
Two Moktm, tarwtably la adTano r In. parte'
Ads-artaseenaats Inserted at fha unal rates. A liberal
arrnngrtnarit mad in .xtanded Insertions.
W Mttltss east he taken of A Mmrm" fowmnntnaHotn.
Vlesrr li Int.mted lot rnsortKsn mustls. aiillixntloated
f7 the nam anil address ef Ik wrr not nwnesarll lor
Kiibiictoa. but as a gnaraate. an good faith, w.oan
nwt uoaaruka to rstura rajauxl OonunuiUoatioiu.
Osrlwg lha great mstmaa. In tha Ctretilatina of Ttra
atvitniiaTKLKaiiAPNtomplHaii hi to go to in.. at an
oarls-hoar.we artrentlT resiuest that advertisements may
Im banded hi at .'ion a. ten o'nlonk, If possible, to saottrie
taaaa a laMrtioa la all of oar editions.
BATTJRDAY, JULY 2, 18G,.
AaBMaaaM Trila Bvrrasn,r.
Mat. Danwa Am Strut Thath, Arab street, abort
Brttta. rati; and Oood for Nothing. Doors .pan at
7V Curtain rise, at qnartar to 8 o'tlnck.
cw CnanrtrrRTaatTTHKATM.Chaonnt street, shoe.
TwUftb fimm SUlert. Doon opca at 7. To oom
Kaneo at 8 .'alook.
KLtraim Rraaar Oris Hwsn. Carnorosl A Dlx.fs
MlBstnla. 0a at I 'took.
XETIRElrl T.ST OF 8E RKTART CHAftK.
While the question of Mr. Cuakk's reatg-
nation was In doubt w refrained from any
Comment on It. But now that the bet la
' certainly ascertained, w acem It eminently
, due to an honest man and faithful officer of
the Goto, nment to accord, In warm, but no
Mtome language, the meed of praise to which
lie U clearly and richly entitled.
When the new that Mr. Ciiask had re
signed hla portfolio reached the public, a Bin-
cere, Indeed a painful, sense of regret flashed
, Instantly through the heart of the whole peo
ple like an electric shock. Then, more than
J ever before, the greatne of Mr. Chase's
1 financial abilities, the purity of his private
' end official character, and the lnestlmablo
' services he has rendered the country since he
' took charge of the Treasury Department, sud-
donly rose to their (air measure of apprecla-
' tlon ; and eren many of those who are politi
cally opposed to him cannot repress a con'
. sclousness of the serious bereavement the
- nation has suffered In losing, at this partlcu
' lar crisis, the benefit of his raro talents and
With the motives which Influenced him In
j xetlriiig from his arduous post the world has
little concern, beyond the simple fitct that he
1 was not actuated In the step by any apprehen
sion of Immediate or remote disaster to the
"' national finances, or the slightest, abatement
" of confidence in their present soundness and
' luture prosperity. And we are glad to be I
able to say that the late Secretary of the '
" Treasury, lu resigning his office, leaves the
J fiscal affairs of the Government free from em
( barrassment, save that which is naturally and
; uniformly Incident to the necessity of raising,
In time of war, vast sums of money to meet
. proportionate expenditures. By his judicious
measure he has placed the Federal Treasury
: In the receipt of an enormous revenue, equal
v almost to the current demands upon it,
large aa they are; and he bas managed
t to meet punctually at maturity every
obligation of the Government to its creditors,
while providing all the money which has sus
tained, without Intermission, for three years
, and more, the formidable operations of our
gigantic army and navy. There Is not an In
3 stance In all financial history which equals
the success of Mr. Chase In his management
of the national finances during the long and
, difficult period that he has had charge of them.
- From s sadly dopressed condition he
raised the public credit to so high a point
that he was enabled to borrow from our own
'' people, at a low rate of Interest, the bulk of
the funds which have defrayed the expenses
of the most formidable and costly civil
: conflict for tbe time It has lasted that the
world ever saw. Nor could snccesa of this
' kind. Tinder like circumstances, have been
commanded, save by the Implicit and abiding
faith which the people everywhere had In the
exalted statesmanship and sterling Integrity
of Mr. Lincoln's minister of finance. Vast
as was the power he wielded by virtue of his
position, the Secretary of tbe Treasury used
' it only for the good of the country ; and one
of the proudest facts In his history will be,
i that in the discbarge of his high and respon
sible trust he allowed no aspiration of per
sonal ambition to Interfere with his official
seal and probity.
Leaving tbe Treasury after arduous and
protracted labors so honorably performed,
; Mr. Chasb can go Into retirement with the
great reward of an approving conscience,
which Is even dearer to a high-toned and
Christian gentleman than any other guer
don he could possess. Like all men In high
civil station, he has been tbe target for much
ungenerous criticism and abuse ; but while time
will no doubt vindicate in the main the wis
dem of his financial policy, the most patient
and searching Investigation will ultimately
prove that while his ability was fully equal to
the high demands of his office, bis virtue was
equally above Its temptations.
eEKKRAL I0BI.A10 4'O.TIINO TO T11K
The French seem to bare it all their own
way in Mexico just now, though there is a
Considerable Mexican party in the country,
Who have not yielded to the new order of
things, and do not appear disposed to do at,
If they can help it. Tbey can do nothing,
however, effectually to recover the Govern
ment from the foreign usurpers of it, as their
military strength and resources are, alone,
ni. equal to the tak. Their hoje lies, there
fore, In aid from abroad ; and it Is to the United
States that they look lor that much-coveted
succor. A correspondent writing to the New
Orleans Era, under date of June 8, ultimo,
say that Generals Doblado and De Bobden
are on their way to this country, and that
"great things are expected from them." We
vpose this means that those two mlll
cl?fflcers and patriots are coming hither to
aboxith the Washington Administration
some artodition of Mexico, and to seek
represent tst by which the cause they
encouragement afforded assistance and
That the fuglu
" celved by 'dux Uoveito be hospitably re
probable.'; But we do niC"M people Is very
and direct assistance our nuVu positive
can give them In resisting th h0rltle
auiJAjt without becoming senouu,, xt.
: la the Mexican quarrel. That, for
L present reasons, would be, to "y"
Is hardly v,
Ition to the
, for eatab.
'. inconvenient at mis um , sum u
I be expected that our Government,
: rufrained from any hostile oppositu
1 asiuuna tit Frame and Austria for estab
lishing the monarchy recently inaugurated la
JfexJco while that scheme was la It
lureptlon and progress, will consent bow to
delayed thus long to embroil ourselves In a
foreign war for the principle Involved In the
"Monroe doctrine," we can surely afford to
wait a little longer before we turn our atten
tion In that direction. We have enough on
our hands at home to keep us pretty busy for
some months to come ; and nntll we success
fully put down a domestic Rebellion of our
own, there will be but little wisdom or use In
trying to help Mexico In driving an Invader
from her shores. "One thing ata time" is a good
motto, and It holds especially well In respect
The time, however, will, we trust, yet come
when, having composed our own difficulties,
we may be ahlo to take a hnnd in some foreign
matters that concern ua. In the meanwhile
the patriotic party in Mexico should continue,
In some secret way, to keep up and strengthen
their organization and be ready to striko a
blow whenever the outside aid they are wish
ing for can be supplied. This civil conflict of
ours, when once fairly ended, will releaso from
service here several hundred thousand of the
bravest and best-seasoned soldiers In the
world; and It might bo Impossible to prevent
them from Individually emigrating to some
distant country in search of adventure and
fortune. Tills Is a contingency which the
new Mexican Emperor may view with what
ever feeling of concern It may suggest to his
mind ; and since the Washington Administra
tion has not yet recognized his Government
as being a Government either de facto or tie
jure, our people are not bound by any con
sideration or obligation of public law to
respect it at all, and may regard the Mexican
Republic as still In existence, and lend It
what aid tbey please against any enemy or
enemies seeking to overthrow Its Constitution.
Fourth or Jvlx How It wiil db Ob
served. Although there will be no special pub
lic observance of the Fourth of July, yet the
day will, no doubt, be celebrated In and out of
the city, in a private way, with much tclal.
There Is to be a parade of the Jack tars belong
ing to the several Blockading .Squadrons, a num
ber of flag-raisings, cricket matches, and railroad
and stcamliout excursions, wuilo at Gettysburg
the great anniversary of this far-fa trie J battle
field will bo observed with appropriate cero
monles. The juveniles will, no doubt, desplto nil lav,
pop their crackers whenevnr and wherever thsy
can evade the vigilance of tlio lynx-eyed ottlcers
of the laws, and not until the "wra tra.i' hour's' of
the 6th will the atmosphere cense to be ladnned
with the fumes of vithiuous saltpetre! Those
raturncd veteran regiments now in our midst
will apnln, in iruaKinntion, revisit the bloody
field of Gettysburg, and U II to their wives and
little ones how, on a certain Fourth of July,
brave 1'cnnsylvania troops drove the Kubul in
vader from tbe soil of our nobis titure, and in
sured to her citizens that peace and securitr
a bleb, for so many years pint, they bad enjoyed.
To others, though to widowed wives and
fatherless children the memory of this day will
again toice open the Hood-gates of the heart, and
tears ot sorrow will agiiln course down the clieeks
that long since have lost the bloom of health,
because of the untimely death of tbe loved one.
Thus will the day bring joy and sorrow alike
Let ua not on this sacred day forget our brethren
in the field. There are husbtnd, fathers,
sons, and brothers, who, in the face of disease
and death, defiantly raise their muskets and
ciasb their swords in tbe very face of the
Let us rf new our oaths to stand by them to
the bitter end ; to give them our prayers, our
money, and even our lives, should the call be
made upon us for this sacritice. Thus, in a spirit
of true patriotism will we celubra'e the era of our
second National Independence, and thus haston
the millennium when there shall be no more wars,
or even so much as rumors of wars, in our midst.
Below we append a list of the places where the
day will be observed :
The United States sonmen belonging to oar
several blockading squadrons, now at litis station,
will niake a street parade on Hie fourth of July.
Tbey will meet at the Navy Yard at ton o'clock
A. M., and, preceded by the Jefferson Cornot
Band, will move over tho following roate: Up
Federal to Third, np Third to Pine, np Pone to
Seventeenth, down Seventeenth to South, us
South to Naval Asylum. From tbence dowa
South to Twentieth, up Twentieth to Chesnnt,
down Chesnnt to Third, down Third to Walnut,
down Wulnu.t'O Front, down Front to Washing
ton avenue, and down Washington avenue to
the Union Volunteer Kefrcshment Saloon,"
where an entertainment will be givon to them
I y the Committee. A national salute of twenty
one guns will be fired from Fort Brown in com
memoration of the day.
At 6 o'clock on the morning of tho 4th of July
an American Hug, 24 by 12 feet, will be Hung to
the breeze from the top of a (0-fect pole, erected
mi the l sutiful four-story building of the Second
National Bank at Frankford.
Another encign, 3D by ft) feet, will also kits
the morning breeze at the same hour as above,
at the headquarters of the Honser Cadets, corner
ot Front and Denmark streets, First Ward. Sa
lutes will be fired, and a joyous timt generally
mav be expeeted.
The Soldiers of the War of 1812 will colo
1 irate tbe day at the Supreme Court Room,
on Monday, tbe 4th inst., at ti A. M. General
The annual stated meeting of "The State 8 iciety
of the Cincinnati of Pennsylvania," will bs held
at tbe l a Pierre House, on Broad street, below
Chesnut, on Monday, the 4th day of July, 1854,
at Id o'clock A. M.
Tbe Young America have a club match on the
4th of July, at their grounds, Gerniantown, first
eleven against the twenty-two, when wd look for
a good display. The first eleven match reported
to conio oil with tbe Chippewa will not take place
A cricket match between tho Phll.idelphlt and
Washington Clubs the Litter from the District
ot Columbia will lie played on Monday, July 4,
on the grounds of the Philadelphia Club, at
Ciin'den, New Jersey.
Persons wishing to attend the pre it annlvcr
iaiy of the Battle of Gettysburg, to be celobra'ed
on the biittle-tield of Gettysburg, on M nilty,
July 4, can reach, that city at 7'D on Monday
morning, via Ilarrishtirg, by le ivlng Philadelphia
At lO'.'IO ou Sunday night, in the express train on
the Pennsylvania Kailroad. Governor C'irtiu
will preside over the celebration, und tho Uev.
W. Wi-rntr, of Gettysburg, will deliver tho ora
tion. I verv arrangement has been made for a
The flavery emiini Ipatlon In Maryland will lie
enthusiastically celebrated on tho Fourth of July
nt Flkton, a p'uee where Seesion was rimpatit
lets than two years since. This celebration will
be under the auspices of the United American
Mechanics. The H 'n. Henry Winter U ivis will
preside. The lion. Simon Caitieion, of Penny!
vanis, Hon. Mr llicks, ex-Governor of M.iry
lat d, and othi r dis 'inguUhcd gentlemen, are ex
pect! el to be pr sent.
A. H Sloansker, Ksq . of Philadelphia, has
been cliosi n us the orator of the day. A very
happy snrt patriotic time mv well bo anlleipitoil.
The Art Gallery of the Grout Central Fair will
be open to the public on Ju'y 4, from 8 A. M.
until 10 P.M.
On Monday there will be four trains from Vine
street wharf for Ailantlc Citv, at 7-30 and 9-15 A.
M., and 2 and 415 P. M. The Express at 2 P.
M. goes tbrongh in two hours.
The West Jersey Kailroad Company will run
three traini to Cape May on the Fourth at 6 and
10 A. M , and at 4 30 P. M.
'J be North Pennsylvania Kailroad also ofTers
strong inducements to travelers to pa'rouize their
road on the Fourth. See advertisement.
Tbe advertisement of the Camden and Am boy
Line for persons desirous of visiting New York
on tbe Fourth will also be found in another
Besides these we have the np and down river
steamboat trips as mgn as i ronton, ana as tow.
as Jted Batik, on the Delaware, together with the
romantic rides on the Schuylkill river, all of
which are open to the patronage of our readers
on tbe Fourth.
In the theatrical line for tbe evening, onr
readers bave but to peruse tbe advertisements of
tbe Chesnnt Street Theatre, M rs. John Drew's
Arch Street Theatre, and Carncross ft Dlxey
Minstrels. to discover that the largest preparations
bave been made for their amusement on this
ylAe BAisixo.-At tbe Second National Bank,
Ttanifojj, a pole 60 feet high Is being erectod,
"s.,,!B Wji bs displayed the American nag,
I "Vlt on the morning of the Fsurth of
I j0i1B,i ,
I 1s5vitNrjKRs. Two lads, named
lfn. aTvt,"ue, Anderson, aged about
One of the wi,ud by Alderman McMul-
ly from hi b larceny of '!
'"""i to have stolen tbe
v other wm hisao
Riatoiotts. The Westminster Church, Broad
and Fitswater streets, having invited Dr. Irvine,
Of Hamilton, Canada Wet, to becomo their pas
tor, he has accepted the invitation, and will
' shortly commenco his labors in his new position.
i The Hamilton Morning Star says:
Ws annnurea with iWp ratrot that our evtAsmsj
frlfttifl lir. Iivtns hs rando up hi mtnii to srsi'iu a cull
Heiitlnhta from Wtiltnltiitar church, rhllsletphlft. Ata
miM-tlnii of Krem'fi l.'htneh eoairriii.'iitinn hn nnnime"1 tlua,
til flm r'-Rolu'lon ; an I a:rorlliiHty a inoiinD ptd
r-tnrrinfl to Mi tirraflifnl tuitiltlrAtloui In lint rltjr.
Intnmtiair that li hud dnturuilni U to ite-ppt tlit call, inq
api'nlntli'K two ut'iAiatt to appear li-fira tlif Nyiiou fill
win at Toronto. Uiere to five a snnnnnl t'i ihm removal.
W have too It-w alila mlni.ter In CannS to warrant ths
F itr n ol a ma" "o tnlftiif d. no earnfst. anil ao el'i uint
an lr lrvlie. When he tnvpn knoa'a Oliurrn In this r.tiy.
j the day may be far distant when so ahle a man will flu lu
Payhksit of Warrants. Mr. Honry Bumm,
City Treasurer, was unusually busy yesterday on
the occasion of paying on the semi-annual inte
rest on tho city debt, the warrant! of tho school
teachers, and those of the police force. The
duties of this onerous ofllco wcro discharged to
tbe satisfaction of all panics hnving c'aims upon
it, and nearly half a million of dollars wore dis
bursed during the day.
Death rnou ExrosuRS. Tho lady of Mr.
Samuel Bcrrell, a merchant formorly doing
business in Market street, above F.lghth, was dis
covered In a field tbrae miles from West Choster
a few days since. It was supposed that the deceased
wandered off during a temporary tit or in
sanity, und died from the elrui-ts of exposure.
The deceased leaves a family in the city.
Oraih aiino Honors. At tbe Bock School,
y os torday, diplomas were conferred upon the fol
lowing named boys for having attained tho
average required for admission to the High
School : Daniel H. Paris, Joseph J. Bontz, Wm.
C. Hughes and Wm. H. Davis.
F.nlistments. For tho week ending to-day,
eighteen men received the city bounty of
The total amount paid out by the Bounty Com
missioners was $46'JO.
Local Brevities. Frederick Dcnk, James
Goulter, Kllen Casey, und Daniel ILtttan, keep
ers of taverns on the corner of Front and Pino
stroeta, have been held to answer tho charge of
keeping disorderly houses. ...Tho Board of
Guardians of the Poor have been solicited by the
Managers of the Lombard and South Streets Pas
senger Railway Company for permission to lay a
railroad track thrnnuli tlio A Itnahnuse property,
connecting the western end of a proposed ferry
across the Schuylkill at South street with the
Darby road. ...The proposed public reception to
the 6Hth Pennsylvania Volunteer! did not take
place yesterday atternoon, In conncqtionce of a
number of tho companies having returned to
their homes.... The standing Committee of the
Diocese of Pennsylvania recommended for ordi
naiion to Deacons' orders Mr. John II II. Millet.
Messrs. W. P. Orrlck anil Robert Hit :hie, Jr.,
applied to be recommended as candidates for
Desivins' und Priests' orders. ...Tho Joint Con
vention of City Councils, to elect a member of
the Guardians of tho Poor, mut yesterday after
noon, but a quorum was not present, and a
motion to adjourn until Wednesday next, at 4
P. M., prevailed. ...During tho past two weeks
tho sum of .5,3(M) has boon paid to families of
volunteers by the City Treasurer.... The alarm
of fire last night was occasioned by the burning
of Mcllwain & Robinson's blacksmPh shop,
Front street, near Miry, Second Ward....
The loss by tire yesterday, at tbo establishment
of Messrs. V. ft W. Keoves, amounts to JO,000, on
which there is an insurance of Sij.'t,0)0.... A man
named Colter has been committed to prison on
tho cbargo of robbing a hotel-keeper named
Adnm Best of $!:t(H) in money ; C2r0 of tho money
was found upon the person of Colter.. ..Junes
Thomas S.tllen, a citizen of Philadelphia, was
shot by one of a gang of minims in Pittsburg, on
Wednesday night. The murderer escapod.
Tits Victims op Hot Wkathkh. Bv me
Haud ov Towkr Hall
Folka that we meet
alons ihc a-reot,
Ae all w! us titive da neted,
Hoeoi dllteruntly a"ected
11 Hummer s heut.
ow. some there are
W hi) caliulj twnr
To feel the very noontide hlaxe
Ol flatnliiK Soi'a Indignant sae
Upon ttioiu glare,
lint many, too.
Orow rod oi hue
As poppies, 'neath the same tierce beam.
And down their browa a constant stream
Trickling wo view .
All, all In vain,
Uuk dra'ntiila they drain
Of water, uooled with gratnint Ice,
Or feeil on Irozen cream, mure nice ;
Hot the rema'u t
alight be made less,
If they, being reat)Oiiaol.
houfchi, from Itrnnett, seasonable,
(.'out styles of dress 1
We have the lir,rt stock and best assortment at
Beaponable t.'letliiiiK In l'liliadelphla, which, benrif con
stantly rcplelUjhed, continues lull and fresh at all times,
Towku 11 w.i..
So. 618 Market Street,
Hknnktt a Uo.
Gwkat Central Clotiiino Housu, Sixth and
(treat Central Clothing House, Sixth and Market.
Ilriat Central CIuUiIiir House, Sixth and Market.
Gnat t-enlrul CloUiing lloime, Hixlh and Market.
I treat Central Clothtim House. Sixth and Market.
Ureal Central Clothing House, Mlsth and M srknU
(iroat Central Clottilug lloutie, Sixth and Market,
(in at Central Clothing House, Hlxth and MaikeL
Ureal Central Clothing House, Sixth and Murki'l
Ureal Central Clothing House. s)lx;h and Market.
Great Central Clothing House, Sixth and Market.
Ureal Central Clotliiug House, Nixtb anl Mttrkot.
Urent Cimiral Clothing House, Hlxtli and Market.
Ureat Ceutral ('iotliini; House, Sixth and Market.
Ureat Central Clothlnf House, Sixth and Market.
Ureal Central (nothing House, Sixth and Marxot.
Ottiat Central (nothing House. Sixth and M.trket.
Ureat Central Chiihing House, Sixth and Markut.
Urrat CanttalClothliig lloase, sixth and Market.
Ureat Central Clothing HoUio, Mix 111 and Market.
Wanamaker At lirown, Oak Hall.
Wanamaker a Itrown, Oak Hull.
Wanamaker A Itrown, Oak Il-tll.
Wanamaker Ar Itrown, Ouk Hall.
Waiiatnakur a Itrown, Oak HaU.
Wanauiaker A Itrown, Oak HiUt.
Waiiamakor A: Hrown, Oak Hall.
Wanamaktr A; Itrown, Oak Hall.
Wanamaker A Hrown, Osk Hall.
Wuuamuler A lt'uwu, Oak Hall.
VCaiiainaker M Hrown, Oak Halt.
Waiiainaber X Itrown, Oak Halt.
Watiainak, a Hrown, Oitk Hall.
Wanamaker fc Itrown, Oak HalU
Wanamaker ai llniwn, Oak Hall.
Wanamaker A Hrown, Oak Hall.
Wanamaker A) Hrown, oak Hall.
Wanamaker A Itrown, Oak ll.tlt.
M'a: amaker A Hrown, Oak Halt.
Wanamaker A; Hrown, Oak Hall.
Sttnnsers in the cttv vlshlng ttie Ureat Central t lr, and
cltlens generally, still tlnd the best clothing and the most
reasonable price at Wanamakks a Uhhwn'h,
fl E. corner Sixth and Market streets.
Larkin Si Co., tbo Incomparable photogra
phers, at the southeast corner of Eighth and
Arch, have made special arrangements for the
coming week, Ih order to accommodate visitors
to the Fair. During the week, six superb rarfas
drrisite will bo taken for one dollar.
AuKineAN Watch ks,
W. B. F.ltonhcod'S, No. 1322 Chesuut St,
Hats. Straw and suit bats, most fashionable
styles, at Lalug & Co.'s, Sixth and Cheanut
Great Skcrrt discovered to avoid la'o break
fusts and make cheerful homes. Buy your Coal
of A. S. Dotter, No. 301 N. Broad street.
IIOIll'KO kl'HSKI.I On the 1 Ith ultlim. al lh Aah-
1 land House, lii the rsKence of M tyor Henry, TH'IMAS
lioorr.s, t (. liester etui ty. ta , lo am Anna, uauguiur
ot 'Ihon.as ltussel, ol' llartoril county, Md.
II ACT IKK HBsrOS. On .lull" '10, hvtlic R . Andrew
LnsiLBcre. WILLIAM r". MAIil'lltK to rMII.V J. UKS-
i ToK, holhul llo.tunviile, fhllaieliilila.
I IIOHItMl-WAIIHI.KY. On the 110th of June, at fie
lleirliants' Hotel, bribe Itev. II. K. II urn. JOHN ti.
Iiliniil.il and A.N NIK C. V AKDi-KV, ull ol htiasbilrg,
I l'enusj l sals.
MXriN.-Onthe-JHth iiltluio.COKNKLlUS L. D1X0S!,
sa the 1st!) year of bis Hge.
The relatives and friends of tha family are respectfully
lalled to attend the Mineral, Iroin the residence of his
lalber, James llixon, Kilties' Mill, Mill Creek, Lower Mo
rion township, Mouigomery county, on Sunday, Jd Ulstaut,
at lu o'clock A. M., without lurtltcr notice.
HAUU.-Oit the X'lh ultimo, LOUIS H.VL'U, aged 0
His relatives n4 friends, also Metamors Tribe, No. 3J
11. o. K. M., and W C. M. Association, are respectfully In
vited to attend the funeral, Iroia his laie residence, No. sua
Charlotte street, above Third and Hrovu, on Sunday
afternoon, at 1 o'clock. Ta proceed to UJeuwoott Ceme
tery. KIKI1T.. On June UO, WILLIAM B. KIKHL , In tueOTth
year ot his age.
Tbe relatives and friends of the family Are respectlh'ly
Invited to attend die funeral, trout his late residence, No.
b-'tf North )fciith meet, ou Tuesday morning, July ft, at
KIMK. At Alexandria, Va.,nnTuosdas evenlnir, June
2X. Lieutenant WILLIAM KlltK.ol the lith feiinsylvaula
Cavalry, fruiu a wound received lu Al ay last, at Todd's
Ills trlends and those of the family, are respectfully In
vited lo attend his funeral, from the residence of his lather,
H. Li Hlrk, Ao.sis rt. sua tli street, on laesua niiiruiug,
Julys, at 1(1 o'clock.
LK1STKII. on Uieaftlh ultimo, altera short Illness, Mrs.
KI.IZAHKTH M.,wlle ol Samuel leister, and daughter
ol Sarah and the la'.e Calvm Unguis, lu the .kid year of
The relatives and frlenfe of the family ar respectfully
Invited to attend bar funeral, from bar husbaud's resU
deace, io. Apple street, abov Morris, of) Hundjiy
atternoon at 3 o'clock, funeral t prooewl IvMouumeut
srrWABT. Oa the Md of June, of wounds received on
theluth, in front of letersburg, JOHM Si KWAIt f, first
Sergeant of Company CHiat Heglaient r. V. f.. son of
iully and tha lata John St. wan. in the M year ol ha tge.
T he rs'latlvus and Irleuda ot the lawllj, also the meui'ierg
of I :bosen Krlends I..kIk-. I. O. of O. '., and all tne soldlurs
ef the Dlst K.giaieut In the oily, ar respuclfully Invited ti
attend tii funeral, Irom the rceldenceol his mother, tiorth
Mi ..i MM-nor iii Huwla and McOrath streets, on Sundav
ailtBvv sl I y thxii. Sarrtos Cviaatsry at J aWU.
II. W A L It A V M w,
rjecaflsoa to w. h. cajirtl,
Ko. 719 OnrSNUT BtreeU
WINDOW H II A I) 13 S
Iron Atrei.--Hstp It hforr th I'hllrv
6n)phl puMIc, that I,liM'i o-cftllpd l.urKlir-Proof Sfri,
mannmcturrd In Troj, Now Tjrk, can ba openod
wiiliout nolsa by drllllnn oda amall h ile Juitoror the
cntrt of Uie look dial and usIi-k a mnall wire. Anj
of bli Bit fen can, hy thli mctliod, be opened n one
tntnule after the hole hat bren drlUd. fluid hole cun be
drilled hi from qnarter, half, or two hour' time. Tlire li
no Hufe of lili miikf In una June 1, ISM, which cannot be
dri)ld and opened in thli manner.
rartiei interotited art rvferred to my Challenge to Ltllle,
and other act relaUre io bl AafVa, pnlillihei In thtf
"Korlh AmciicHn," June itl, Ll, and 'Hunda IHi
patch," June lff.lSM.
KotwftJii'antllnjf the ponKlve asnurancM Hiwn by Mr.
I.I 1 lie to the public that hla Nai'oa are drHI-proof, praona
do tiring in be convlured have unly to call t Krani &
Watnon'a HaUmandor Safe Hiorn, Ho, 16 (. Fourth iln-et,
where the operation of drilling and opening will be done In
their pri'BLiice erery morning at 10 o'clock, until the pub
lic are aatlnflod that tli Hafca can be dJHed and optiued
Wltltout making ny noleo.
Of tha Firm of Kvani A Waiaon.
DEAD, BUT LIVETfl."
DAVID KVAN8, Emj.,
Of Ilie Kino of Evnna A W.Hon
It would Boom from your lato notice In Tun Rknino
TuxMtKAJ'ii and other newepaporx that you have opened a
avhool of liintrut tlon fur teitlnK LUile'a tjliilled-Iron Hmfe,
Acting, aa we preHumo, In a two-fold capacity : flrat, a
the instructor of thlevea ; arcond, aa tho protect w of the
poo pie two very renpomibUt poHitlonit, truly.
Now, an we ore very defclroua to aid you In evory way,
In tb la ImiMrrtant work (Important to the thief, that he
may not uscleanly employ his time criminally, or ex
pone hii person t Important to the people, that they
may know and fml that their treaiiirci are se
cure), we propoao. In the future, to warrant every
Hank Hale that may be sold by our AKnt at Philadelphia
proof agaiiut your scientific attainments in the art of
burglary; and an you have so dtinteretfIty volunteered
to Initruet and enlighten the burglar and protect tho
people In ihis art, we shall take Ute liberty to give you
timely notice of the arrival of each Safe, end we not only
ahk you to test each Hate on thou arrival upon your new
scHMiilflc pit, aa publicly announced, but wo claim that
we bave the right to Insist upon It tn your new poiltUm
as a public teacher and benefactor; and If this Is njt
sufficient reuaon, we have still another to urge.
Your pr eaten t fac ilities fur a satisfactory tent are very
deficient, as you have but one very Imperfect Halo to
operate upon, and If you accept our proposition, your
Held of operations will be much enlarged, and your
elloits may prove much more satisfactory to the public.
We now admit, as we ever have, If yon succeed to grind
or drill a bole through the door In tho front of Uie lock, at
any point. It Is fatal, and If done In auy way practical to
the burn lar, the Hate Is not burglar-proof.
Thotlrst Bate we shall expect you to test, as above
propoMil.lu a Hal'e just ordered for a bank In the Inte
rior of theHtate. We expect to arrive In Philadelphia,
and to be ready for a test, on Monday, the loth of July,
at 10 o'clock A. M , and Hh itild there be any delay tn Its
arrival It will be ai.nounced in time. We trust you will
be ready for this test
ltcspocitully, LEWIS LIXMK flON,
M. C. HADI.KK, Agont,
Jyl-tf Ko.ifl H. 8KVKNTU Stroet.
I t IlnvAnis 4'larar
Mkhhrji. Davis Richamds,
have just received a new Importation of
of tbe ctolcst brands.
PHKHOMrt Fit EK Kit THE ELOltENCH."
It doe bMt4r and floor work than can be done on any
other Machine, and nevor skips stitches.
It Is the only Machine that can mane tie lock and kuot
It U the only Machine having a perfect an J uniform ten
sion of upper and: lower .broad..
It li the only Machine having the roverslblu feed motion,
enabling the oHrator to fallen the ends of aeains, thereby
saving much labtar.
It U the on I Machine that will not vex and annoy the
oporutor by getting out of ordor.
It Is the ouly Machine made ou correct mechanical prin
ciples, Ithnut any ttprlng to got out of order, aud will latt
There Is no other Machine that will do so wide a range
of work aa ihu Florcnooi chauwua from one kind of stitch to
aiii'tbor; can be made imtautl; , while the Machine Is in
It uses all kJods Of Uirea4,aud Hems, Kells, Itiudi,
Tucks, Braids, Cords. (JulUs, Gathers, and Sews ou a
ltuftiu at the saiuc time.
It posaesses to many advantages over all others, that It
Is unrvtrsaily acknowledged to be the perfection of Swing
There Is no risk In buying the Florence. We warrant
very Mac Una to give entire satisfaction, or money re
funded. Besides, we keep them Id order, and give lnstruo
tlon free of charge. The pub lie are Invited to call and sea
tbe operations of this perfection of Sewing Machines. It
must be sonn to bs appreciated, and totU you mihtj to
ieU Ut mtrtiu
sTLOKENCE SEWING MACHINE COMPANY,
Ho. UO CUE SMUT Street.
E. CL Whitman sfc sk,
Manofactarers tf New and Delicious Confections, Almond
faste, Cllocsolata, dtramls, Craasas La Mode do
Parts, aqalallely Oavored.
fioastod Jofdaa Aliaonrts. ., Ae.
m Cteaotu) fUoct, fcosow fourtli.
OIOI.LHA. 8UMMP.R COMPLAIMT, ALL BOWEL
ASK rRrMI'TI.r CtmRO RT
JAYSE'sl CARMINATIVE BAIAM,
It Is qvrrk,sat, and eertali In Its action, a(Trdlng Itn
niTdiate relief when promptly a lmlnlitrnd, Asiedoes not
I mi air lu virtues, neither Is It subject to the varying in
fluence of climate, being equally etTrctlve In all latitutb'S;
Ills In all repeets what It claims ti be a Htiniar,i
ifovtfhatd fs-mrrfy," hlch every family should bs sup
DlARIliKKA AXD DYHRNTKRV.
It niver fatli to subdue tho most violent attacks of these
complaints, no nutter from what cause, they originate. As
changes of climate, water, kfM often proilu : theieaerloos
diseases. Travflsn and others should always keep a supply
of the Carminative by them.
The prompt une of 1 r. D. JATNE'S CARMINATIVE
BALAAM v. Ill always remove the Dlarrhnta and Cramps
which acmmpsny ti e attacks of Oholera, thus often con
uerlrg the dlncaf In Its Inolplenoy. It haa freiurntly
be?n adminlntered In nelgliborhoodri where the Chopra
has been raging (pfdemlcatly. and ha. never failed to give
Immediate and permanent tellcf.
CHOI. Kit A INKANT1M OK 8UMMEK COMPLAIN T,
Is unepdlly and effectually cured by the Carnrtnatlva.
It it movei all soreness of the Abdomen, allays the Irrita
tion, arid calms the action of the .Stomach, and may always
be relied on to fUM-a (he su(Trlngs of the little ono.i,
when used a cording to directions.
Cholera Morbus, Cliollc. Orlplng I'alHS.Sour Atomach,
Walertrah, I'a n or llehneis of the Htomsch, Want of
Appetite, W li.d In the HowaU, Cram pi, Sea SicKoens, and
all Bowel Aflectloi s snd'KcrviMJk Dlscaiics, arc removed by
JAVNL'S CAKMINAT1VE HA I.SAM, with more cer
tainty and eae than by any other preparation yet offered
the public. Prepared only at No.242 Chksmjt rct. jyH
rtTll A 4'oa, 1'lltflON.
81 YA-K A CO. 8 MASON
8TECK A CO.'fl
OIKIAJIg. I PI A NOR.
J. B. OOIILO,
Seventh and Onesuut streets.
MAGKK'S ENVELOPE MANUFACTOKY
Slidi'aiicrfllore. No. 316 CIlKINUt Street.
No. "IS rhosniit sirert, No. ;lln Chesnnt street.
No Chesnnt Street, Nn. HIS Ch'-snilt street.
ro. iilti Cliesiuit s;reet, No. ;lltf Chesnut street.
I'aicr and Ktivi-lntics,
laper and Knvelojves,
rnier aud Kuvclnjies,
Who'esale and Retail, Vh.Iesale and liotiill,
Whcbsalr and Itetall, Wholesale anil Ketail,
Wholesale and lti tml. Wholesale and IteuU,
At the Lowest Trlies.
At the Lowest I'rlcos.
At MAOFK'S.No.lUS ClIKhHUT Street, between Third
atiil Kotinh. JyJ-ut
X I'ATKIOTIC Mr DALfl.
Au acceptable onerltw to every 1'atrljL
Tliu otilv corteet and suthorit d
OLNKIIAL IlKDItllK WARIIIVOTON.
LlKl TKNANT-tJESKKAL (1KANT,
IJKNKIIAL ttKOKtIK It. Met.'I.KLLA V,
Mantifactnrad In Sterling- tsllvcr and (Jopi.er aud White
Metal. Sataple sent liy mall free of charge on receiptor
ltl cents. Agents wanted. F,. MPKNOKIt,
llox lt Philadelphia l'ust Oillc-e.
Manufactured st No. us AKCll Hlrcet. lyj-liu
JEW STYLE PAPEH, AT MAOEE'S!-
ew tstyle KliveJupca at No. HIS t'llKSNUT Street.
heit Knvelopes and Paper to mHtrh.
Itcd t nve:opes and Paper to match.
ki d Knvirfopes and Paper to uuttch.
lied Knvel'.pes and Paper to match.
New style Note Paper, colored on the 4th pace.
New styi. Note Paper.eoloied on the 4th puite.
New st le Note Paper, c.ilored ou the 4th pane.
Whh Envelopes to n atch.
Manufactured and for S.ile at
MMIKK'H, No HIS rllKH MUT Street.
Al MAI1KKH, No. SIS CHKHNI'T Street,
At alAUKK S, No. U10 CliKHNUT Street. Jy-2t
1864 UriUVEIl FOURTH JULY
. Rxcurslons bv Steatnbott TltKS'l'ON imm
i.M I' ire t Wl a.f. for Taconv.Torrendili. ItavHrlv.
Ituilintilen end llrlstol.
Knit HKISTtlL ANN niIltl.IJilTOX.
VP TlilPH Al S3W A. M., ll'.to nd H P. M.
DOWN THIPH-Kruin Itristol, at 71i, 11 U A. M , and
liOWN TKIP8 Krom HurlhiKlon, at 7-1(5,115'. A.M..
and ti-45 P. M.
the lioat down tVntn Rrlslol at fit; P. M.. will stop
at Poplsr Htreet Wharf. KensiiiKtiMi. Tacony 'i'rlps UP. at
IKS) A.M., X'JOnad 8P.M. DUWN.at S'ii A. M.. U 45
KAHR t'OVL THK EXCL'IIHION.
Philadelphia and Itristol, burllligton, lleverly, Torresdala,
and 'la ony Mil cunts.
1H ItAILIttlAll t Olt TltK.N I' JS, H'lKPKNrOW.N, AND
Kllli I It K.N 'ION.
Leave Walnut Htreot Wharf at s A. M. and 2-30 P.M.
Leave Kei stnkton Depot at 716 and ll'IA a. M.
khlUHMMi, lesv. Irenton at U 13, I0, A 15, G'US.
anus is P.M.
Kacuniim Fare i.
l ease Walnut Htieet Wharf at t a:,d 8 A. M., H and
KE'l't RN'INl,lt aveliordeutownst4,5'S5,anJ6 50P.M.
Kxcurslun Fare ,41
Ftllt MOUNT IIOI.LV.
Leave Wslrut Htrisil Wharf al A M. and? P. M.
KKTl hMN'l, loave Mount Hull) al 440 P. M
fcaourslob f aru 75 cents.
W31. ll .GAI'. MK.K,
Jy2;lft A gout.
F snp;s UKUOIITFUL EXCUHSIONS
Tho Steamboat flF.KP.ltAL IIOOKP.K, Capla'n M VII
KLK, leaves Fslrinolilll every hour fur 8 -buy Ik 'II ll-hrhts,
L-ur. I Hill, llehuulit Cottage, the Falls and Wlssa
rUULISHKU II Y
JAMES K. SIMON,
IV o. M. HIXTH Htroot,
P 11 I L A 1 U L P U I A.
These BIOdltAPIUKS are carefully eoraplled, with In
teresting I cldentsof the career of some of the foremost
Couiuierclitl men of this community. Filly - seven personal
rke'chesare comprised In the work, together with an In
troduction and an olrsayon "I'KltSONAL PKOSl'KKITY
OF MKItt'llANlS." Illnstraied nith several accurate
I'orti nits on Steel. Every Phlladelphian should secure a
copy of this WU11K. Jy'i-stuth St
15 PsT II Y A. 1 1 Ij U,
G AUG EE AND COOPER,
IV o. 305 M. WATEIl Htroct,
Imitation Itraiuly and Wine Casks, and all kinds of
Work made of Old aud New Blurt always on hand or
msde to order.
COAL PACKED IK IIOOailaUDS FOB SHIPPING.
All kinds of Trimmings punctually attended to. Jyl-la
I OHT. CERTIFICATE NO. 13, DATED
i July 15, lHo, for one share oftli.Oapltal Rtoek of the
Hecond and Third8lrets Passenger hallway Company, In
the name of M. II. ItaDcy. As appllcstion has been made
tJ tbe Company tor a new Certificate, tho Under will
please return Ui. same Mj lb. ottlc. of the Company, or to
fciu n-el2t KOll'f. F. TAVLOK.
PHOToonArns of tub great cen.
tral Fair, pronounced by iho Committee to b. tha
finest view lakea, published by It. NKWKLL, Mo. 7'J4
AltCH Street. A Ubaral discount to the trade. Je.w.Jr
rrilE SUBSCRIBERS HAVE ASSOCIATED
X themselves together under th. flna of BOLTON,
DVKKMAN a CO., and will couliuue th. Oar Hulldlng
Kukliiess in all Its brnnches, at the old eetabllshtueul.
Corner, l WtNIV Flllsr and HAMILTON Streets.
JOSKI'H K. BOLTON,
UtCOKlIK K. IIIKICMAN.
jyl lm u. W. Cllll.Ds.
jour CHUM P,
CAPKITSB ahd tsnanER,
No. 114 LOIMIIC STBKET.
A lam Aire, of tsulldlnt uawluwlos of all branchat
always kaui a4-wituoa
nana a a
H 10 A I. KSTA T I',.
It K A Is H T A T K.
KKAI, h.H T A T li,
KOHIl'I'll Ol' JULY.
IOUitlll OK JULY.
lOUUTlI OK JULY.
No person shOulS allow the F iu-th ot July to Interlcer
with II elr putchsi.ln ne.il Fsiate, as It l going tip every
day. P.very rsoti aleitit pnrebsslng sho ltd call for my
fatal. sine at (nee It roniams near t.is,fi00 wonh of
Ileal Kslate, at d lo buyers la the most liitricstinit p 110,111
let tver Irsticd.
GE0SGE 0. MILLER,
PrtiClical Heal Kstate Agnt and Broker,
No. 151 N. MXTH hTHKlST.
f; 1 OR FALK LOW, WITH IMMK.DIATE
aJ-Are'sesiion. exce.lent dwcl'lng, No. 4'7 N. Kour.h
b.rtel, tieveu tts.ms, lot 'i' by H5 I. .1 dip. prh e SrisAl.
4 (iKtlltllK C. MILI.EK,
Itial Estate Ai;"iit and It oker,
No. IM N. H i 111 Htreet.
f TO 111 NT. OR FOR SALE, LAUOE
LDw.'lIIng, ho. 4sf N. K.fih street. Fifteen rooius.
Kent 7ii0. 1'ilte gir,'s4l j a gie-it sat ! nit e.
tlK'llttlK ('. MII.LKIt,
Ileal Estate Auciit nod KroVer,
AO. H4 .-. HIMll Street.
f FOR SALE. HEAL ESTATE! REAL
JaiiKstate !-Jtraniiers end eilireiis, desirous of being
arccnimcdated V.I1I1 property, either for occupancy or In
SOstluetlt, should call on me before gnlng elsewhere, as I
have near 5,' tyod w .rth to select fioin, ami thousands
coiuirjt in tverv day. Evory person can be buIipJ.
IIKOIUIF. C. MILLER,
I'rattlcal Beal Estate Ajent and Broker,
No. 154 N. SIX I II .Street.
FOR SALE-WITII 1'OSSESSION.
f -I. Ki ai liweliltig. nine rooms. No. 3J14 Brandy Ine
sircct, WU). MoCein Itnprovptnonts.
Heal E-tato An n' ami Itroscr,
No. 154 N. SIX I'll Street.
tf FOR f ALE NEAT DWKLLINO, No.
JtlglMW stwalH stre t (is north of Koatos) $i;oa.
Modern Ituplosnneuts. (1KOKIIK C. MII.LKIt,
Ileal Istaie Anent and Itrokr,
No 154 N. tslXTli Surest.
a FOR SALE NEAT DWF.LLINO, No.
Jtiii'ftlo Lotain sireel (Is cast of Eighth and n.urtu of
oiaenl. Klue ruulus, bath, and gas. wd 0
liKIHtilF. t . MILLER,
Beal Estate AlchI and llroter.
No. l.'.l N.lslX lH Street.
FOR SALE SPLENDID DSVELLINO,
jauorth side of Wallace, west of Twentieth. Lot 0
by sri, to a street $.vOU.
OK.OHOE C. Mil. 1. Kit,
Real Eslntu Agent an.l llioknr,
No. 154 N. SIXTH Street.
FOR f-'AI.E SUPERIOR DWELLING,
fcii No. Ii-aa l. nut Veruon street. Lot'JIbvtl.S. Tlilr
iven rooms. bl0O. lIKIIIttlEtJ.MII.I.Klt,
Heal Estate Agent and Broker,
No. l.4 N. SIXTH Htreet-
f FOR SALE MAGNIFICENT DWELL
aiiiiliig. weat side ol ittoad, north of Brown. Stable and
c. ach-houto. Lot ID by 1U. tl.KSsl.
(1EOHIIK 0. MII.LP.lt.
Real Estate Agi-lll and Broker,
No. 1A N. SIXTH HtreaU
FOR SALE BESIDES HUNDREDS
aiia.of others, vsllh possession. Eveiyperson to tall.
t.KDUilK C. Mil. I. Kit,
Heal Estste Agent ami llroKer,
No. 154 N.alXl'H SireeL
Pf FOR SALE EIiGANT DWELLING,
Jtiu,put side of Seventh street, north of Pitrrlsh ; twelve
rooms. Lotlh by ill. price 9tHtO. Immediate possesion.
tlKtlltl.K 1:. MII.LKIt,
No. 154 N. SIX ril Street.
f$ FOR SALE. NEAT DW ELLING, EAST
Juikalde Ul B'ghlh street, eoii.h of Buttonwood; eleven
let ins. Lot 17 by 70. 1'rli e Possession soon.
OEDIIOKI!. M I L.I.KK,
No. 154 N. SIX I B Street.
FOR SALE, WITH IMMEDIATE POS
ia.aosslon of lltty houses. Every person ouifht to call.
OEIlltUF. C. 5111. 1. Kit,
No. 154 N. Sixrti Street.
Cf I OR SALE, WITH IMMEDIATE P0S
l ao-s 1 n hi h ndiJ liHelling, south side of Mmmt
1 11 on ''eet, west of Eighteenth, m by an feut.
IMi.tlgitO. I.KOKIIK. '. MILI.K.K,
Hual Kstate Agent and Broker,
No. 151 N. SIX I'll Sireet.
f lOl SALK ELEGANT DWELLING,
s 'i No. lei U Wuliuce street, M riHims. Iit 'iO bv !lo f.et.
l'lieu Mi). I1F. )KUF. C. Ml 1.1. Kit,
Heal Estate Avent and itroaer,
No. 1MN.SIXTU S tie It.
f$ FOR SALE . NEAT DWELLING,
llliik Frnncls street, west of Itiilge avenue, coiner ol
Ueaiy. 1'rlce U.WI, IlKOttUK O. Mli.l.KU,
Heal Estate Agent and Broker,
No. 151 N. SIM'il Street.
i FOR SALE. TWO SPLENDID
asi Dwellings, i.orih side of Mount Vern in street, west of
Niuettenlh. Lot 'JO by 104 leet. Price si.'.rs).
IIKOKOK V. MILI.KR,
Real Estate Agent aud Broker,
No. 151 N. SIX 111 Street.
FOR SALE. NEAT DWELLING. CUES-
nut street, .astofSlxleeiitb. Prloe tll.500
(.KOKIIK. f MII.LKIt.
Heal Estate Agent ami linker.
No. 154 N. SIXTil Sireel.
FOR SALE. SPLENDID DOUHLE
kliaMansloii on West Chesnut street. Lot su be ISO loot,
it ice .0,IXW. tiEoltllK C. Mil. I. Kit,
Heal Estate Agent and Itro'.er,
No. 151 N. SIXTH Street.
0FOR KALE. VERY EXCELLENT
hrewn stone trout Ilwel ing. nn Woat Spruce s.rcot.
llieoil,VU). tiEOKitK C. Mil. I. Kit.
Real Estate Aeent and Broker,
No. 154 N. Sixrj Sireel.
afssj FOR K ALE. FIRST-CLASS LARGE
iLltitown stone front liwe llto-, on tA'esl Logau Square.
Lot '; by 145 lu l. Price -rlh.KSi.
tlEOItllK. O. MILI.KIt,
Hesl Ksiale Agent and Broker,
No. 151 N SIXTH Street.
M FOR KALE SPLENDIDLY BUILT
Jloiir-story brow n stone Front Dwelling, ou Vine, east
ol Eighteenth sue 01. Pike tl,tsi.
Ileal Estate Agent unit Broker,
No. 15s N. SIXTH Htreet.
fj FOR S ALE. BEAUTIFUL FIRST
iiin class toiir-h ory maible ho it Os'el lug, on Vine, west
ol acveutsenth slrtet. Price iMO.VO.
t.KOKtlK. C MILLER,
Beal Fslute Ajeul ami Broker,
No 154 N. SIXTH .street.
f FOR SALE. MAG NIFICKNT FOUR.
fiil; story Marb e front Jissellltig, on West C'hesuitl sti'eet.
Lol -a by 150 leet Price III, ISSi
UEO. C. MIU.EIt,
Real Esta.e Aeent and llroker.
No. 1.4 B. SIX. I'll Street.
FOR SALE PERFECT SACRIFICES.
Two neat foiir-slor Dwellieg,, Hnnd street above
Demon. Kighti en ivous Lots'Jvfet trout by 2SI leet
deep to a street. Price tin 0 each.
Besides hunilreils of oltiui s. iii'ortnatlon of whieli oan
behadstllieom e. liKUK.r', ('. MIL'.KK.
Pre. Ileal Beal Fstale Age-ll an I Itrok.r,
No. L 4 N. SIXTH Mtreat.
GFOR SALE. MAONIFICENT FOUR
alorv brown stone front llwelllug, on West Sprue,
street. Ft ti een rooms. Lot 'i by 105 foet deep to a st reet.
Price lAbbU. MII.LKK.
No. 154 N. SIXTH Slr.ist.
a FOR SALE, FIRST-CLASS FARM, OFja
Isiivestraordlnary Importance, sixty acres t onlvteu-.
miles from the oitv, on Pennsylvania Central Kailroad;
magnificent Improvements, d;o The whole property must
be seen 10 he eppruclacd. Price aJ0,CWt 11 ss tare.
splendid building silos.
No. 154 N. SIXTH Htreet.
ta, FOR SALE. PARTIES ANTICIPATING
liiii purchasing Heal Estate should lose 110 time In doing
so. as It Is Increasing In price everyday A word to the
wise is sutllrl 'tit. Call for catalogue, containing .-.'Xl,lss
worth 0 real estate. IIEO. C. MILLER,
l'raclisul Beal Etate Agent and Broker,
No. 154 N . SIXTH HLrest.
sa FOR SALE. GREAT BARGAIN AND
Immediate possession, e'egant large llwelllng. No.
1 ,0m Kaoe street. F oartean large roeuu. Lot SM by lot)
feetdcep. I'ike ;o0. Mll.l.KK,
F. w no utN. srxra sue.1.
fet FOR BALE LOW, OR EXCHANGE, fj
1. 'A neat Country Beat, with good Imnrov.ments, IS .
acres of excellent Land, four and a half miles Irom Mar
ket street hnda-e.on llav.rford street, In Iho Twenty-fourth
Ward, rasseuger Kailroad wllhlu mile.
No. 1M V. IIXTI1 Stmat.
f FOR SALE. KEEP IT BEFORE THB
L:t people that 1 hav. always 100 Dwellings oa hand, of
which Immedlat. possesskm can h. had.
5.t0.eKXJ worth of Heal Estat. In my Catalog...
Every business tratisaotlon earrled through upon Ui.
Observauc. of tit. Strictest honesty aud Integrity. m
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fi'., lor cv apt. country. i'r.iir!irio. ir n"i
larfl.B Nn 7V HANtOIH Htrt. aWir EiMh
ftM0 aiinnrintii avrv day to mitt al.
"W'ANTIIT) To SFI1' olt KXCHANVK,
T I fcihittie NfwtPK Maciiinn.
' Tlioliniv. r A Biker hliMt Marina,
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And all it- Mtn-i).rt! Hrwin AUchlnoa. All OirnlahM
from tlttr .-rincii-a: tfll'ri.
Aiiio an k ruli oi rM-iiitil-Ilaiul Machlnaa, (br flala aaJ
ltciaUt:J at tl.e new im ot
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Ovir ti-D yrrt with .Hti.fr A t-i
I,at1'.o taolit Ijopiratn. U
FOR SALE AND TO LET.
COOVNTUY SKAT FOR SAT.F.. A ft
inli titliti cnuntrT Knat.iono. wtth all m 1"rn
r.iiV4niftiMi'P and twn amvn of arnuml, half a nit le fro
Kemu U S.nn, ami atiMiininR clrKaut man-ton ol Itayaf
Tailor, li will be id at nr-at sacrtiifrt by irnllrom.
Itaiiroad and t' lpuranh Altlnn tlitf rt Mtantra' r'1. Artljr
to IMI PAINTKH. or W n. WTilKM., V. , Won
C healer, fa.w JACOM ilUfc. , Ifaiaoitoti, I'eniia, jai
ran sALK.-s-.orto worth in good
JLa !Iiiisih, laryp ami urn til, on term tn ant. purnh aaart,
tun I'er tr ti or wl'houl InrumhrHtn;, fr cslt auJ guJ
tradt. Innitmof, fpm i tn li o vct A.M.
1IIOM.M. FlaWMAN 10. 7 P. KUUHTII trL
J T. O O K AND Ij I V K I
A WOItn TO THK wiaE sumciENTi
All dlanaxl condltlona. boil, acuta and chronic, wtver
Ihtie la vitality enonxh left to react, are permanniif
currd, by warrantee, at Ho. U'iU Walnut timet, I'hlladel
plila and in case of a failure In tnt ona'laatn mala-llan.
110 ebartrfl la nude. Electrical Initltutlon, iitJ)llariotl
a(M.nt Hve yaata ago by rrofeir Dollea. Bea4 tha CM
A rlfin of maladlea prnralU to foarftil extent In
eommunitlei, dtwmlng li 10,000 youttu of both aeaea
annually lo an earl grave. These dl.ieaira are very
Imperteotly understood. Their external matil(BtatUnj or
amptunia are nurvoua debility, relaxation, ant great
eihatiiUon.maratmiii, or wavilng and eomnraption of
tha tsiauoa of tlie whole body, ahortnoaa of breathing, or
too hurrlod biatlilug on aaovnilng a htUor 11,'ght of tain,
lalptlatkm of the heait, amhma, brotiehlila, and a dry.
aorv throat, trembling aod ahaklog of tha at mi and bwv
limbs, aTeralon to society, buslneas, and to study; seme
times dlmi.Oi of the eyoa'ght, lost of memory, dlnt
dosI of the lioad, nuuralla, palm In varloaa parts of
the body, prtlni In tho back and lower limbs, litra
bairn, dBie)sla, oonftumiitlon of the htiwels, deranged
sccrethnM of the kidney, and many other glauda of tbe
bdy, producing Tlrutent dlsoases In bHh males and
females, likewise epltppty, hystcla, and different forms of
naivoua apusms. Now, then, ntnety-nJne eases out ol
every hundred of all the above-named dUoasoa, and a
boat of others wot named, aa connti nipt Ion of tho lunjra or
of the spinal rerra, have Ihelr origin In the pelv.evlsoera,
hence the w ant oi uccc by any of the old mod leal aystema
of practh a.
All the abovp-namad maladies an treated aud cured or
Profoasoi Uol e, at No. lti Wabmt street.
1MHKAHEH Of KKMLK.4.
PmtApr.ua UUn, LuueMrba a, Auieuoirttoa, Dyimanor
fha a. Alt thw above diias and other Utorlae tiont
pihlnti have tlictr orU'n In a 'o(. of the vital power of tho
body, brought mi b Injuhes, exceais, Rvdeutarv habata,
petbonaj almta, aoortlona, and tre nn; of powerful ni1l
rtittfu. home of the pacult ir sTnipiotra are draxtfifig peine
thioiifjli tw e hipH ami buck, vrvax nois or the Im'n, and ea
trsui UuiKtior and dhtihy ttirouultant the onUro syatem.
1 he efltsotfi produced from tliie troublesome malaillna are
almost innlUrudtnous. CotiHtunptkin, Jyipepb. M aural
gia, J'rullk, tnfiiaiis, llliiidndas, KiU, Insanity, aud
vf n Idirc.v are not tu common ,
Ko cf'ectiitil or lellnM-rmotky has ever been found for
thee atarmli k ooroplaliita trtl mir lata dltoovury la tha
use ot tlfccirlclty.tiiitrict accordance with the positive
and nera;he polar action f t the Uterine Organs. Wo
rever rntlexl In curing all ot the above dieaes. Mvoont In
rasca oi organio deiangenifnta, or aevere lujurlaa Otf tho .
rnor. Turr,s nn. t-kowi.
je4-etufti.ra No. rm WAbNUT Htreet, Phltactolphla.
pnorosAL.s for loan.
TltRAHUKT liKTAKTUKHT, JUHC9 ,1W4,
Scaled offers will be received at this IVparttoent, nnder
tltaactofMiirchS, 1J3, until noon of WEDSKSDAY, tho
6th day of July, lftU, for bonds of the United State to
the amount of T1IIHTV-THHKK alll.LIONS OK DDL
LAltS, being the amount of unaccepted otTers under tho
Notice of Proposals for Loan, dated tlth Inatant. The bonda
will bear ao annual hit ens t of ua pur ecnttttn, payablo
t ml-annuaHy in coin, on the first days of July and Jano
ary of each yaar, and redeomat leafier the 30th of Jane, 1841.
Each oMer must be for fifty or one hundred dollars, or
tome multiple of one hundred dollars, and must state
the turn, Including prom turn, oth'rod for each one hundred
dollars la bond:, or for fifty, wnon the offer la for no
more than fifty. 1 wo per cent, of the principal, ex
cluding premium, of the whole amount offered mu.it bo
deposited, as guarantee for payment of subscription If
accepted, whh the Treasurer of the United States at
Washington, or with the Assistant Treasurer at Hew
Tork, Boston, Philadelphia, or St. Louis or with tho
liealguated Depositary at Haiti more, PittHburg, Cincin
nati, Louisville, Chicago, Detroit, or Uuflalot or wlta
any National (tanking AsaocUilon authorized to receive
depoblta which may consent to transact the business with
out charge Duplicate certificates of deposit will be
Issued to depositors by the ofll cor or association receiving:
them, the originals of which must be forwarded with the
oilers to the Department. AH deposits should he made In
time for id vice of offers with certificates to reach Wash
li gion not later than tlw morning of July ft. Ho offer not
accompanied by Its proper certificate of deposit will be con
sidered. The Coupon and Registered Bonds Issued will be Of tho
denominations of Wo, $100. tVu, and $1000. Bogiatered
Bonds of $-'coo and $10,000 will alao be la. tied If re .tared.
AH offers received will be opened oa Wednesday, the
6th of July, by tbe Secretary or one of the Assistant Seore
tarles. The awards will be made by the Secretary to the
highest offerers, and notice of acceptance or declination wtU
be In) mediately given tn the resneotlve offerers ( and. In
case of aoco.ptai.oe, bonds ol the descriptions and denomi
nation prefer rod will be sent to the subscriber at the
cost of Ihe lrepartuieut, on final payment of Instalments
Te original deposit of two per oent. will be reckoned In
the last initalment paid by successful offerers, and will
be Immediately teturmd to those whose offers may not bo
The amount of accepted ofTers must be deposited with
the Treasurer, or o'.her ofilour or association author! jied
to act under this notice, on advice of acceptance of offer,
or aa foluiwa: One-third ot or before the loth) oua third
on or before the Uth; and the balance tncludiuf the
premium and original two per cent, depoitlt, on or bafre the
th of July. Interoistou bonds will beinwl h tha date
of deposit. Parlies preferr'ng may pay the arcried ta te
res t from date of bond, July 1, to date of deposit.
Offers under this notlt-e should be endorsed "Offer for
Loan," snd add resc to the Secretary of 'he Treasury.
Kootler wilt be considered ata less rate of premium than
four er oeLt.
s p. cams,
Secretary of the Treasury.
Notice to Officers receding deposits under this adver
tisement : The prei'mliiary certificate of deposit of two
per cent. mut not be credited upon your accounts curt eat
a It Is to lna Included In the final deposit. ei7-tf
TIMK'8 NOBLEST OFF
prliig I the last."
A NKVV otcwmo MACH1VR.
The WAt.KNKK hKW'INa M AtHIfHB
eomblnes all the advantages of the outer
nrst-claa machtnesi. ana
HU KPAtiri Kit Al.L OTIIKB1
for sln'yhuity, practicaJjiilty, aud rella
blil't. Ttieie Machines on account of thsir ehaauneas and sim
plicity, are the moat valuable auddeslrah.e nxauUlnes In
Pamens are Invited to examine this new Sewiay
llaclilne, before pun liantng.
OFflck OK " WAOJiNliK SBWIMO M iCFITKR,'
cl6-ltH Under tha ConUuuntai UotoL
BKWINO MAO II INE B,
TUB BEST IS USB.
ap28 No. ?30 CHESNUT Btreot.
OK TUB AOs, IS PIANOS.
MKYEK'I IMl'ltuVEU OVEHSTRDNQ
Ai tnowledRpd by the leit JIna artists aad Indorsed by tha
Vusle'al Pulillc tu be the tlllest IManos III America.
Ihe attemkin ol the Musical I'u MIc Is tialleU to the reoent
greal linprovenieiit In the., l'lsaot s'orte.. Uy a nesr
ii.tlidof eunstructiotl, th. greatest possltilo yolum. or
tone has bee n obtained, without any of ibojaveetness ana
biilllaauy lor ali h these Piano, all so oflMirated Isoliig
lust, and which, with an lmoraraa louuU and Aotlua,
render them I'nenimlled. ppitip urniT at th
Thes. Insiniuieiits received the PRJK Man A "
Wurld s Fair bald la London, as well as th. HI sheet,
Awards otJr all looo.." Uors.iroia tbtti.t 'alrs anoll-
,,UU,wirr ARCU 8t,.a.b.l.w Eighth
jfnn COTTAGE ORQAN8,
Ko onir tnfBxrKLl.P.n hot rnraQUAlwa la unr
ef Tone aid power, designed espsclally far I nurrkes an4
sjckools, but toauid to b. ..nially w. adsseua ta sbaPHssr
a4 Drawing Koom. ut jr M vmxJ(.a
Wo. U V. RKVKMTU Htrssst.
Also, a ennnVeM aswrtujaut o. Ui. PwhM Mssea
aanslautlf ua aaad. aat a-aea