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TUESDAY, AUGUST 16, lSfi4.
THK CniCAHO CONTENTION.
There U evidently a great and growing
Solicitude among the people as to the result of
Uie coming Inlt)entlal election. Two candi
date are already In the field, and It is yet un
certain how many more may be nominnted
before the canvass Is closed. Public curiosity
la moat exercised Just now, however, with
reference to the action of the Democratic
Convention to meet shortly at Chicago'
Everybody la anting who will be Its nominee
tor the succession, and nobody Is aMe to
Answer the question. The plain truth is that
the leaders of the Democracy have not, up to
this time, Indicated so decided a preference for
aVay one person as to afford any sufficient
ground for even a gvess as to the choice that
rill be ultimately made.
It may happen and indeed It is not at all
Improbable that none of the several promi
nent gentlemen thus far spoken of will be
elected. If we fudge from what we see and
bear, the opposition to the present Adminis
tration are sadly at a loss for a man of such
Commanding and overshadowing merit as to
twite on him at once, and decisively, any
tevpectable portion of. the party, much less a
malorlty. There are many available candi
date spoken of. There are Messrs. Gutu
Bis, 8ktmour,Pikbc, Fillmore, McClkl
1A.it, Vallamdioiiam, Pendleton, Voob
Eu E8, Woodw ABD, Black,Reed, and others.
But It Is a remarkable fact that, while the
day for the assembling of the Chicago Con
vention Is rapidly drawing near, the sentiment
of the Democracy seems to be as unsettled
and divided, respecting the ticket to be agreed
upon, aa It was six or twelve months ago.
Nor is this perplexity likely to be diminished
as the time for the decision to be made ap
proaches. The crowd of equally meritorious,
yet J;itrior and ordinary, men is so great,
--tforiiere Is not one that clearly overtops
jMll all In character and ability, that the
Chicago Convention Is likely to be seriously,
If not fatally, distracted and embarrassed by
the conflicting pretensions of rival mediocri
But this want of a decidedly and universally
acceptable candidate for the nomination Is not
the only, nor the greatest, difficulty to be en
countered by the opposition. They promise
to be much more seriously divided by differ
ences of political opinion as regards the ques
tion of peace or war- On these subjects they
appear to be hopelessly disagreed and Irreso
lute. . The peace men " at any price and on
any term" are obviously afraid to avow their
true sentiments. On the other hand, the men
who are for the war, provided it is prosecuted
constitutionally, seem afraid to plant thein
eives distinctly and conclusively on thut
It Is only a fe w days ago that the former
held a caucus in New York to compare views.
We know that the meeting was not at all
harmonious. Oue member, ex-Senator
Batabd, f Delaware, Is reported to have left
the conclave in disgust, and the rest finally
dispersed without coming to any satisfactory
Understanding. These elements of discord
Are not apt to be reconciled by time. Indeed,
thoy will, most probably, be intensified and
confirmed by every effort to compose and
assimilate them. They will rage, we doubt
not, with fierce violence at Chicago in the
grand parliament which the Democrats
axe to hold there for settling their
political creed and selecting the men
who are to be the chosen ex
emplars and champions of it. And wu.'n
the contest once begins between the antago
nistic factions the war and peace men it will
wax warmer and warmer as the discussion
progresses, until at lust the assemblage will
break up In a grand row, resulting eventually,
perhaps, In two tickets and two platforms,
after the manner of the Charleston Conren
tion, and the defeat of both, but-h a catas
trophe is not at all improbable, in view 01 the
bitter spirit of discord that divides the Demo
cracy with regard to the present state of the
country and the policy that should be pur
sued In respect to it; aud all true patriots
will devoutly pray that the power of its enc
mles to injure or destroy the nation may yet
. be defeated by their divided counsels.
f:Mi'i.oi mr.K r ion womf.x.
It was stated recently that it was proponed
In Chicago to employ women as conduct r on
the street railways iu thit city, and that the
directors of ail the companies were in favor
Of the proposition. We notice this only as an
Indication of a growing public si-ntlment l i
' behalf of a mutt interesting uuil sufr.-rlutr. clu-ss
of our population.
Wherever the labor of tennlos can be sub
stituted (or that of mules, It should invnri ttily
be preferred ; and w- believe that, were the
policy once 'airly put In pra -tlce and cirriod
Out to the furthest limits of which the cipi
city of the sex would admit, It would prove to
be the most benevolent, aud perhaps Import'
ant, reform that It is possible to introduce Into
the industrial economy of every civilized
State. And why should it not be done T We
provide asylums for the deaf and dumb, for
the lame and blind; we erect schools of re
form for the abucdoned and depraved ; we
cover the land with homes for paupers and
vagrants, and boast perpetually of the vast
urn of charitable effort we are making to
ameliorate the lot of the wretched and unfor
tunate of every class.
But while self-complacent philanthropy Is
doing all this really valuable good, doe It
sot nnttuukiugly close upon the orphan girl
and the heliiuaa widow access to that happy
and proud independence which willing hands
would win in many a sphere of Industry from
Which the prejudice of ual.lt ni crupie.
of a false delicacy exclude them T
There Is a great sin at our door In this
dreadful shutting out of self-dependnt womn
from the occupations for which they are no
leas fit, IT not better qualitled, tlutu men. Pro
vlJence U not unmindful of the Injustice, and
Is already, by indirect and slow, but eventually
effectual Interposition, working out a reforma
tion. Much auspicious progress iu the chuuge
Is even now evident among us.
Women are gradually gaining admission j
intn kinds of employment from which thev
have been rigorously kept out ; and the bettor
Unte and skill, the superior steadlneit and
dilla-cn.ee thev are brinclni to tanks in
which thev have sun planted male labor, are
fast opening to them other and higher depart
ment ot Industry.
The result will not be Important to them
alone It will afford a yet greater adTentajre
to society, In redeeming to profitable us an
Immense amount of mechanical and Inventive
faculty not hitherto brought into operation,
and In so harmonizing the supply and demand
of labor and skill In every Industrial commu
nity, as eflW'tually to put an end to all violent
Insurrections deigned to force wage up to
an unjust standard.
nrMftiPTiov or tiik "Ti:t tnini."
The Titvmtrh was one of Mr. l-.rlrson' itn-
S roved monitor batteries, anil was ti il C by K-cor
Co., under the superintendence of tteo. Tttrk -l.rok.at
Jersey City. Mie wa latm he.l on the litis,
of Si ptrmlr,lHi;;f,afiRlit o'clock A.M. Hliewag
tbristetird by Mrx. Kate ItreRirT.fiaiif-riter.ln-law
of Admiral (irefforv, I'nitnl (state Nsvt. She
made ber final tilaf trip on the 'jxih Marrli. V,,
and wss put In conrimis-ion at tho ltrooklvo Nay
Yard on the Wth of April, IMt, and arrived at
Hnmpton roads on the 2mh of that month. After
s few weeks' stav in the James river, with Acini?
hear Admiral Lee, f he wis petit to Mobile for
Admiral Krrai.'ut. Her rnrter ha been brief,
and ber finale ho'rlb'e. 1 leaven save un from ai.y
more monitor disasters !
The Tmimtrh was of the following dimen
flotic : Kxtienie lenpth over armor, 'IVt feet;
length of hull proper, l'.K) feet; exTerne beam
ovtr armor, 4fi feet; beam of hull proprr, :i7
feet; depth of bold, 13 feet; armament, two lr
in h fun.
The following wan the lit of officers of the
rnmmarilrr-T A. at t'ravea.
Ut'titrennr- J. W. Italy.
cllr Aa.l.lant Hiriiaf n-Htnrr K. Hanker.
Acllnn Jtc.Klant t'njaiai'ar tirf, itrl,.
ArliiiK Mavr t'barl. t V. I.anyl
Kna'irna . H. d Kniamanvlllp, 1 Cot'rM.
KDi!ieM Chlet. John arron , tint a.ftittan'i, Chit.
PrnhinKtun, W. L. I'ouaJ, T..ud siliunu, r. bcott, W.
Clrk to C aptaln Iialah Confer.
Hketrli of Commnndrr T. A. St. Irairn,
V. N. N., lute Ummaadrr of the " I
runltl., Tunis Augttstus Macdonough Craven entered
the naval service of the United Plates as a mid
shipman on the 2d of February, IblO. He was
born in New Hum jxhirc, and Has appointed from
New York State, of which he was a cit 7cn. In
1H30 he was ordered to the sloop- of-wr Boston,
attached to the Mediterranean squadron. lie
remained In her until 1833, when be was granted
a leave of alencc for a few months. In 1831 he
Joined the sloop-of-war SI. Lnui; under Master
Commandant Thomas M. Newell, on the West
India station. He returned from her during the
close of that year.
On the 3d of July, lM.I.'i, he was warranted as a
passtd mhl.-hipuian, and waited orders until IKUi,
whin be was ordered to duty in connection Willi
the snnreyint- of our coa-t. His aptitud .t tor this
kind of viork indui-ed the Navy Department to
keep him in this service until IS 12. At an extra
session of Congress iu 1H11, he wi promoted to
be a Lieutenant, bis commisMon hearing date
Septembers, 111. His first orders alter being a
Lieutenant was to the sloop-of-war Falmouth, of
the Home Siiuanron.
He was attached to thin vesiel until 181.'!, when
he was ordered to the receiving ship .VorfA Caro
lina, at New York. He remained there hut a
short time, when he was ordered to the stores Dip
Lrrintiton. lie was relieved f rom her in Janu-
art', 1844, and granted a furlough.
1847 he was oniercd to the sloon-of-war
Dale, Couimander W. W. McKean. of tho Partlc
SMuadion. He made a full crule in her and left
her in August, 181V, and waited orders, until
ordered to the Coast Surrey in lw"0 and 1831,
where he remained until 18"3, when he was
ordered to the command of the Atruto Expedi
tion, wnose dnty it was to exp'ore and verily the
surviyi previously made ot a ship canal B ar t&e
InhUiUb of Durien, to connect the waters of the
Pacific and Atlantic, by the Atrato and Turando
In 1S19 we find him avain attached to the
Coas-t Survey in the steamer Conein. He left the
Coasi Survey in June, 1859, and wan ordered to
command the steamer Mnhairk, of the II nue
Sipiadton, under Flag CtnYcr . J McCluoy,
ais siution neiiie ou me coast ot v. una ta inter
cept slavc-trauirs. When the Rebellion broke
out lie was in command of her, but shortly after
wards he whs piaced in command of the Crutadtr.
Itts t-erviccs Mere ot such v.lue in these vessels
that the ltoard of Vudcrwriters of this city pre
sintid his wife with a fervice of p ate, and for-
warjeu to nim me louowiug couipumcntary
Ol 1 1 l. oi Till, lit Aitl or 1vi:i:h bit R. N ru- YVmir
Cei.b rlH, .Ml. iiaar Mr : --1 lia Uoa d of I uilc rarrlura
lit .hi- ctt ef Ni' Virk have obat-rvcil tbat, while In c nu-
mi,a ui ir e l nteo M.ati-s st.aiue r Mttak ana ( riM
ri . vou bitv a a wbii m inced a dVtlre to renlrr a a-
sirt.lice to the cunnnt-rca o: uur e.iulilry at could fjrojurly
or i i nirro in ine eiiriuonaiu-e or our amy, id 1 tnat on
arvrrnl orra.loi.l lou hare rai.iliTea llniirtsrit irn Irei
ro Amnliau veaai If In dl.lre.. In II, e .u lnityol Ker
"witi, .Milium. Apeii'riailliK IIIBSO Rnicftb, me ISOitril,
by a rfM.lutli.n.liatr rrtineiaU me tu convey to ou llialr
i ,.wmiiiuiDi aim .naiiKR : ana in uo bk ro, errni'i ma
10 aru inai you nave in ir Dei wlshra for aucceiii and a 1
vanc u.riit In votir protrR.iotj, and iu thenerke ol your
coi nil at thin trytne hour, a d that Uiey will cDimio. to
leel a 'ierp Imeri-at In jour w Ifitre.
1 cry ri apvctrul y . yourotir dirnl ervant,
T. H. KATTKKTIIWAII'K.PrrRldrat,
TtataluT. At 01 iti tui ks, I'niiwl Sum hary.
C'oniniandir Craven received bin present com
niissiou April 21, lbtil, ami in Sepremlier, lftlil,
he left the ('nunitr and took com maud of the
new screw sloop Tutcarora, which was des
patched across the Atlantic to cruise for Kvb.l
pirates. He r. turned in July, 1863, alter per
toiming much valuubie service f.r the L'nioa
ubn aa. Karlv this year he 17 as ordered to tho
eommnnd ot the Kricsson battery Tenimtrh, nnd
sailed n her for lluiupion Roads to join Acting
Kenr-Adirnrnl Lee 'a Jaine river flotilla, lie was
siiiniiK the lirht to reach City Point; and, af er a
m mt what lengthened stay in 'he J.imes river, he
was ordered to join Admiral larraKUt.and in tho
patbugc 01 the Mobile forts hi vessel was bloiva
up X) a torado, and he ptrii-bod in a most lj or
nble Hiunm r, no doubt having been drowned la
the pilot boue.
He wtis an olttccrof rare merit, and a fr.eat
atoiitc. Socially, he wus genal and alUhlo,
sou won fi lends in all ilni-e?. No one knew hi. a
but to Uoe him. He was lull of mventive nenii.i,
htiii was apt and quick in aim lung lie undertoow.
IK was opposed 10 the M mit-jr j stem in all its
dual's, )ei lie would not rctiuest anv other eorn
nii.tid, Ueling, a be uid. th.u they were tin -ate
nnner ulinoct any circnti stante." C oiuuiundor
t'tuv 111 will be a . real loss to our nivy, and oue
not iBfilj repaired, il1: leave a lery iiiteretitn
family t'ehlntl him to 1110 iru his loss Wherever
he whs known bis lots will be fi It. He s'ood
iiivmlHrr three on the ll.t ot eoinui mders, ami
luu fined hie country lniihlu i fur ov.t tbiriv-
i jesrs; umrlj twenty tens of tlii time hits
burst na. He w, U m the prime ul life,
and lull of brlpht promise. He I is lallen a vie im
to tl e Monitor Int res'. 1'eueo to uis ushes.
It t It 1 I. t'O It H WM Pit X II r. ' E.
Vc bavi ri i-iived fiotn M-. Jas. H. M-tvs'iall,
. f tin. 79 h I'. X. V. a t riple ol private notes of
recent d..le, tL.it wen. luti mlcd to pass between
Hi I el 1 fth crs, but found I tic ir war intc.id in o
il.t h. nils of the Vui.k es. Iluih r.'ivri'tenas
if Luiriii'ly, nnd in pencil. The shorter and
mote valuubie of the tv- was written by Major
fit tieral Wlieeler. and adiir ssed to no less imp'irt
iint an individual than M ijor-tleneral ll.io l.
The cout in whore possi.sion they were fe 1, wo
(appose, into the bands of the Yankees at alt
events, the notes "miscarried." . That addressed
to General Hood runs as follows :
"HEADai'AHTKHS t'AVALHYCoKPS, llV) A. Mn
July 19, 18;4. Oeucral: We are using every
exuitlon to find out about the enemy on our
front, and I have urged upon the commanders on
our rig ht the Importance of their finding out the
facts in regard to the enemy upon their front. I
am iiavlm; my best scouts rested to go into the
enemy's rear to-nli-ht.
"Itespcctfnlly, General, your obedient servant,
"J. W. Wiieki.kr, Major-Oeueral,
"To General J. B. Hood, Commanding Army of
On the back of this note is a postscript signed
as above :
'This courier will remain at your headquarters,
which will make two couriers at your command
who know where my headquarters are."
We give below some extract from the other,
which may be of some interest to onr readers, as
showing how an iiitelllxunt Kebel utlicer viewed
"the situation" on the 18th ult. :
"Enoikkkh Cohhs, Ahmv or Tennesskh. Ju'v
1H, 164. Mujor It. O. Hicks. My Dear Sir: I
think we are about to havu heavy work on thii
side of the river. The enemy aro on this side,
nor t biast of Atlanta, in heavy force, and mjvu
uieuts are now on foot to meet them. I think It
very probable a battle will tuke place near A'.la'ita
u me course 01 tue wee.
"Ueneral Johnston was relieved of the coui
niandof ihisurmy.and Lieutcnanl-tfoneral H wd
?".T """""imling. The army generally ro
grut the tub of UvUOrl Johusnn. They urj
inore attached t him than to any one else, an I
would not ex.hunKe him for Lei. It is a pity
that a change should take nloee t this partiila
tlrre Some think ftesarrgard will be sent here
ta J"hn-t' n'a p'ar.
"(itntnii Urairn here a few dava a?o. He
was atoDibrl to ttml Ilia army in m h goixi
mnditl. r. and ssaain( su much contldrnee la
their laif trader.
' Mi a,in ion ef our prwrnt situation Is that
r will bfiht. and if ainr seirral trials we lind
tt eorrr' ti hard for u, we will fall ha k
iVolyln Mai-nn. aa w have done fron T'allon.
All Hie attres have beea tuoved to Maron.
V' u'a, trmv, W. II. i t mn arm."
t rwtn this il x pa-i that llrafg. the Wraff-art,
e e ted to nnd rli ir army much ill moralii d by
the rhr nie ts.'icv of falling bark whirh l.a
ct arartrrlr-d Ji'hns on'f eaoai'iii'n. We Lardly
think Mr. Ilrncit W"Uld ronrrntulate hinisell at
the t rrent dale, upon the "cod eonditloo" of
the llell armr around At'anta, when we consi
der that wlthiti the pat three e--ks thirty tliou
anil men of Hood's romrnand hate teen plared
hnr$ Aa ctmhil. 1 hey have had the "several
trials" whl h were expei tr il by thin llebel otth er,
am! flnilins the enemv otM hard for them," they
will now "fall bnk slowly to Marou" they
A cavern liss been discovered at Urixham,
Iievt n, t ontiiinins ttalartiira of pre it varieivand
Is ati'y. It is to bt aciri tlfically explored and
The va'ne of a dcllar. as known In the ler!
language of Canada, Is one-fourth of the p mnd
current y, he'd to tie equivalent to andtorepreent
one hi:ndn d and oee irra ns and three hundred
and twentv-onr thousands of a grain Trot
weight, as the standard of fineness prescribed by
law for the (.-old coins of the I nited Kingdon.
(.nrihiildi l enronnterlpg another storm of
popularity. Hie love and admiration of repub
lican heroes arc not ytt dead in K.urope. lie is
overwbt lnird w Ith personal httemioin, and ra
rlched liv the i.flcrinca of bis frietuls. The po ir
anil naked and oute s'walk past theOeneral's cor
ridor. He shakes hards with ail. Women tor
ment him by kissing his face. Stringers force
their hands and their company on him, and sit
stnring at him. lie endures all with a patience
The pike charged in I.cndon for water, and
particularly for "hl(.'h services," would keep a
moderate kingdom going; and the eight gM
companies sell gas of tiftecn-i-andle power, which
ponra out sulphuretted hydrogen in visible
volumes and blackens silver in two davs, at Is,
On. the thousand tex t, while in l'lymotith pure
white gas, of thirty-candle power, is sold at 'It.
Pd. There is no reason in the world, says the
Ixdidon S;xrlnlnr, why Kng;ih cities and towns
should cot enjoy Ihe Ism lit of gas and water
supplies us in those of Aim rka.
Home Kngil-h critics, tukti.g their rue from
themctidacoii and licentious novel of "Marion,"
have atiused N w York and New York I iciety.
Here is a pi' tare of London , draw a by one of its
best journals :
"We do not know in the whole world beings
so deceiving of pity for ad the external a-sorhi-tions
of their lives as the million and a half of
englishmen who live cast ct Muorgate street,
am Id sL'bts and stenches whirh no Oriental city
could surpass, nnd which even an Oriental climate
could not redeem. There is uo such uniroken
sqnalor In the world as that amidst which the
well-paid artisans of the most prosperous city in
the world arc condemned to pa-s their lives.
IlaMwny accommodations are lessening In
Kunie. while here they are Increasing. It seems
thut, e.ther from want of agreement or want of
consideration, there is only one fast through
train a day between Paris and Vienna, while in
former ears there were two trains. Four y a s
ago, when there was no bridge across the Hlilne,
and pass ngcrs had to go by omnibus from Stras
burg to Kebl, the time between I'arisand Munich
was less than it is at present. The rule which is
thus inaugurated on ihe grcHt railrotds Is ob
81 rve i faithfully on the minor branch lines, and,
though the railway map of Germany is tilling up
rapidly, and the blank spaces are less th in before,
the scunliLtss of accommodation, Instead of
diminishing, seems to increase.
D'Israeli, if he cmnot succeed In ousting
Iird i'ulmrrston, can always raise a laugh. Tho
following is a specimen of his stvlo, tuken from
one of bis latest speechos in tho H"Use :
"We know lha' in piivate life there is always
some person, mule or ftmslo, who is regarded as
a superior person. They decide on everything,
they lecture everybody; all acknowledge their
transcendent virtue, and every one gets O'lt of
their w ay. (AlaugL.) The right hono-atl m to
ber for Stroud is the 'superior person' of the House
of Commons. (Cheers and laughter.) I tm quite
surprised tbat the honorable gentleman, the mem
ler for Sheffield (Mr. Roebuck), who has be n
sitting opposite the right honorable ruemb -r with
the immense lantern which he always n-es to tin 1
an honest man, has sot the Ingenuousness to
acknowledge that he has at last teund tue 9 jet
of bis search." (Cheers and iuaghtor.)
Ei glish law is not above the sin ill st claims
on its jus'ice, and is of eu very eomica ly admin,
istered. Here Is a late case in the Shore lit h
Couiity Coutt. An action was brought to re over
i.'.', the value of a labhy cat which bsd been
killed by defendant, w ho pleaded a justification.
It appeared that piuintill ami defendant are both
bus-contitictors or. rue ivingstantt road, ana live
inio defendant's room, and by the m irning all
tnatjcmatiicu ot tue poor bird was a tew lea ii.i.k.
When defendant went into his room he saw the
cat under a chair, and, to use his own word
"Not knowing what to do, he tid a rope round
ber neck, and drew her up tight between the
door and the post, she dying easily." Af r the
most animated discussion by the learned eouuiel
on I101U sides, embracing the serious points, of
negligence, what are domestic animals, cisuiI.m
tion, ntiht of rctn iation, andvarous oth r in
portaut qtiesiloiis, his honor said that pla'iriir
was entir'td to recover d. mages for ttie tat, and
defeiitiant whs also enti led t be p dd for tue
bird. If the Dartics could not airrett tin eit.A
could st nd over tr a cro'S actiou. Adjotirmd '
How CoLi'Mut's Look ro The pctsoiul ap
)earaice ot (.'omnibus was nit a b.td mdc of his
ebnracter. His general air expressed the auiho-
rity wuicn ue knew so well now to exercise. Iln
light grey eyes kindled c.tsily at subjects of in
ten st. lie was tall and w ell formed. His com
plexion was f .Ir aud freckled, and inclined to
ruddy. Trouble soon turned his light h tir grey,
and nt thirty years of age it was quite wuite.
Moderate In food and pimple In dress, temperate
iu laoguuge, beuring himself with c lurteous and
gtnt'.e g.-a ity , religious without being a formal-i-t,
reprtssing his irritable temper with a lofty
piclj , he the model of 11 Christian gentleman.
The devout reftrcticn of his successes to the
Divine favor, wiih which be concludes the re
port of his first voyage to the sovereigns of C ts
lile. is highly characteristic of the man. lickent"
r'l BUI-- slfI.KH.-O11 the l'lh Inst,
uf tl.e lirldi-'s aiher, hi, lti-v. . W.
I1WVI.I1I IK It I. In. ot i uhH K. V.. tu
st the rt'sldenre
1 Ml.. LKIlKI'l A
I. Ml LLIt. Cutlihlir ol I'hlllii Holer.
lsi.. 01 liarhy.
I SMITH -Mil. t'Mlll.K. -On Ihe luth lust., bv Iter. H.
w. u.irit.Mu s at 111s resiiipiui-, e.nwAlto it,
SMITH, ul t hiirli'.limii. Max., to Mis. AM.lt JU.
(,l Ml. I K, 01 riil!.i.ki.hU.
W illi. HI -IIKMH.I V.-(ln the PIUi Inst., br Her.
rlarhs F Mnrrnv ssrlstaut tiiiinster ol ttie t'liurrh ol
tl 1. 1. 1,11.1, . iv . .1 A ,l I.H T. Willi. HT. of Now Yorkilty,
to Kl.I. M., only ilauiihter ol th- l.itt ItoKiir lluu.lli-v ,
ol Ht. TTii-mas. 1 anmta W'ot. New ork paper plunso
1H1M l. On ' ursiriluy. Autiij.1 IJ1I1. AS.N, whi-of
I.. I'. 1'rsiirfs In the rbt voar ot hi-r aire,
'Ihe re-allir ami irlcmisof tlm mm v. also, the int'ln
l.ers ot sir. Paul's Kulsropal ( htiri h, T'hlnl slrH, In low
Valnut.are n'.pi.-ttiillv Invited to attend henunsrsl,
from her lato roslilenee No. TH Hansom street, on Vf oil
ncidav morning, itt a o'cliu-k.
I.ultlios.-iin Hundoy, Uth hut.. Mn. II VSNAH,
rellcl ol lr. John it. lior.1on. atfe.l 77 yt.urs.
Ilsr relatlvus and the Irlenils ol tna tainlly ara Invited
to alteud tho luneral troni her late rt'shlenco. No. lslS
Delancy place, on V eilnesday morning, at S o'clock,
OKI . It. -Kut. red into rest, on tha llth Intianr, a
Sl.nnx Hill Eon, Virginia, Lieutiuiaul 1'AllKb.K UllliJU,
f UwSilh Jewji-rsey Voltiiuai'ri.
'lien nut OimU. but sleepeth,"
Fllsfineralwlll taSe pises front hi. fiithfr's resilience,
la BurUustbn, S. i., on Woduesday, the H1I1 Instant, at
t o'clock, r. M.
FILL. On Monday, tho llth Inst., ELEANOR V
PA HA II, dauihter ol Thomas yinuluwm Hill, Ksii., of
The lunnral a-rvlce will take phtca at Kmmanuol
(hureh. New Castle, Jlaware, ou Thursday aJtcmoou,
HY KR.-On the Uth initant, Mrs, SABA II QYER-lged
The relatlvea and irlen.ls of tha family ara" respectfully
bivlttwl tu attund h.'r (uuural, Imm Uis itldcjic ol her
a,. n, Alexander C. Hyi-r, eomer ol Harrison and t'faerrv
at reels, Fraiikionl, on weilncaduyai'tornooai at i o'clock,
w Ithout lunhcr notice.
IHKI.AND. On Hundav, thn 14th Instant, WILLIAM
1111.1. ASH. In the tilth year 01' hie use.
Tlie relatives and Iriemls of tho laiullv are respeetfu'ly
Invited to attend tha luneral Iroui hla lato resulnnoe.
No. 14 Vine streot, on Wednesday, th llth uuUiul, at
IS oVIock A. M.
Me.HA.Nl'S -On Prlduy. the lJtb instant, st Cbrlet
Church Hospital, MlM JA.NU ilcM A.SLD, la the Jcih
) ear of b. t ase.
IMXHON. On ths 15th Intt., of consumption. Lieut,
,)OtJ0t'll J. ll. FAXHJN, KUtv-eferiililteaiuMUII'. V.
V . , son of tha late Kdwaid and L. A, faxaou, u 111 j 31 tb
ysar of bis age.
Ills relatives and friends, and Ihoss of the famile, and
the inriobers ot bis rriiuient. are rHncUully Invltod to
attend tho niucral, trout hi. uiuU'er's rusldeu;o, No.
711 Wallaoa street, ou Wedneday, iltb lust., at i o'olook
y. M., mibout lunhor notiea. '
HIIRl'liEKD -On the llth Inst , Nisi MAItIA SnKP
llt:ill. dauntiter of Catharlua and tha lata Johu Shep
herd, In thu Stub yearol her aue.
The lelallves and friends ol the fandlv are eespjcllillly
Invited to alteiut the itiuerid, iroiu the ri.nldi'iieo of hsjr
uioiher. No. SI) I'oplsr street, ou YYcdtwsday auera jvu,
at I v'vJvvki wuhvut mnu r uvUcs.
lr.H111.ru In timtji In tl.n ll.lLnnml rr.mA
" , . '.,;', i"' , I' nenatlva polarliaUon of the I terlne Orgaru. We aeter
a very nice canary upon which he set evn o-c. c derangement, or .ever Imu.te. of the paru.
more store. Otic nigh-, the unfortunate cat tr-t . U:' 1 a lady of great exi.e.ieac. and ability. wUI
J 10. W A L It A V 11 IV,
At;.' r.HKOB TO W. II. C AKBVL.
MA HON IO IIAI.L.,
Ho. 713 0HE3HTJT Btreet.
W I W I O W H II A i ia H.
(tltir of the I.efclah (ostl and il-
t ion f I'uv'tin .',
r 1 -.a 0.1 nut, August K-.H!.
Il "I TXES .-.( It
Oil' (. UTIfKATia OF LOAV,
Vkt iBlerlls"4 fer
CoNTItltMOS INTO Tnh
' tOSO I.0A,"
on Iwltitftl.tai st
this 01 tick,
03 !i ; ( rrtifli alt th
J(M, K C T It I C I T Y .
LOOK ANT) MVE: AWHWJ TO HIE WISK IS
AUJUeased romtltlotis, both aeiitn anl ihrotilc, where
tliere It vltallt;' eti'Jiish lelt l rrarl, are permanently
tarrl.by wairaalea, at !t- !??( WALSl T Street, llilla.
itrllila, and In case or a failure hi most otntlnata malaillei,
uu (ham ta made. Klrclrkal Imtllutlon, atalUihd
about Ovs jrsri ass by ITW-.aor IIOLLE8. Kad iht
A rlaii Afmalaiilei prvvaht tr. a frrfu: avtont In eom
ttiiinlllea, drKiniins luo.OOO yoall.a, rsf IkiUi sries. annaally
to sn early araie. The- dbeatrg are very Imperfectly
nndrritood. 1'helr rvl'nial mtntfestatloiif or STmptomi
arc n'.Tvou dcbllit.-, relaxation, and great eikaujiion,
anatasmui, or waitmg and cintiiiiipthni of the tlstuet of
tha whole bod , ituirttiess of breathing, or loo aurrlfd
IfeatMng on aictndliig a 1 III or fllptot uf itairi. pa'pltatlon
of the heart, astlitua, bronchitis, and a dry, surs throat,
trembling aud shahlntt of tlie arm and lower llmbi,
aversion to society, busiueis, and to atudi 1 sometliaea
dininsss of the tytilsht, loss of memory, dlssinasi of
tho he-id, ittiiaisla pain la various parti of tha
bi'dj , pains in tl.t back and lower llmtw, birabaxo, dyi
prpila, eonsllpaU'in of the bowela, deransed aecraUona of
the kldneyi, and mny other f lauds of the body, pro
duel! g virulent diseases Inliotl. males and f imalei; llko
vvlas eplle.sy, hjetetia, and dltlen-nt forms of nervous
spasms. Sow. thrn, nlaety-nlae caies out of every hun
dred of all ths ahoia-nained disear-es, and a host of other
not named, as consumption of the lungs, or ef the spinal
nerves, have tbi-iroriio In the peUlc viseera, bsnce the
want of success by any of tho old medl'.ai syitenuof
IISF.AHK8 OF l EMil.M.
Trolapsus Utri, Leueorrhosa. Amenorrhufa, and I;t
Baenorrhaa. All the above diseases and other Utarlna
complaints bave their origin In a Inn ot the vital power of
the boly, brought on by ln)urlee, exeesies, a dsntary
bahlte, personal abuies, abortions, and Uie use of powerful
aedlemes. Soine or the peculiar symptoms are dragirtag
paini thjouh the hip and back,weaknoaeof the Umba,
and extreme languor and di-blllty throughout the eatfra
system. Ihe effects produced from these troublesome
maladies are almoit mulUtudlnous. Cooaumpiloa, Dys
pepsia, hcuraljila, Paralysis, deafness, lillodnet, t Its,
and loianity, and even Idiocy, are aot aocooiaaua.
i j etlts;iuatt'r reliable remedj l.aa ever beea found for
Ihi'St alarming complainU till cur late discovery la the uis
I of l:itct:lcll) In strict accordant with the po.ltlta and
bav entire chargt of trevung lti the lndlei' dartmnot.
Trof. noi.i.rs r. lll'.OWS,
an; . '.., !. VV AI.M T Birs-t, phdadclhla.
I L li I K ' H
J t iiii.i.Ki int)N hai 1:
st, 1 1 rm.iM. 1 ou Tin. lyt.sr,
Who is Uke
'I'm il::a, win i tot pit vh not u os
mvt tit. AIM I liiiu: '
To I. si J I'.vsns, i.f the fhuof k.at i a Witanai
Htli:-Vou pul.llrU H.erted In a lai ttrweisprarticl,
ll.ai sou wrui.il drill' any l.lt.1.11. a HAI . nw In u.s In
tl.e city ol I'l.iiail.-lpl.ia in U tuiurs, Im iiutlnif lbs
H.iej. at tliu lisnk of N.irll.ern l.ihriia. Ac. We have
fiiillv nn-t -on on tour on n around, and asve you tar
hours It kteait ot tviu hours (ttit tllus you arkrl , wltlmut
philjo SlKO ai.-sli,el l'"0 that u will dnU and
i.j.en aim oll.erot Lil t IS H SArlH In tnrra hours.
Now. a. i,u t.ave l.nt colitldruer la put f. tens A Wat
son Maresnli e Sate S aiu.t l.ll le'e as a sire Prof,
lu.r Kiaus A Watson's iat Itank Mat asainst Ltllie e
as a llnriilar I rout, and a. you l.ii not e .nnilrm-- tn
inlir al.illi e lo oien one i-l l.lill Hale, at tli Fauk nf
3ii.ithein l.ihertii'h In three t ours, hut still assart 'hai yi-a
t an oil n other ot blllle'e r-iilet in thn hut.re, and nltnf
to piid.s $1"0 anlnl lltsst u.at jou wlU thus
open Lillie Sat at ti.a I Irsl NaUotial Hank, ('bel
ter, the First National Hank at W nliaut.port, aad
others: now . tha' our uitnt.'rfttl talent Iu dumiii; ct Urd
Iron .hah n d he "iiiu in a tHiii.H" or ,,aaltll en desert
air," we ).opi..e lo arrang w Ith alt r ol the ehoie H ti.kt
(us yt u mav fit el l lo allow you to operate u,iou their sals.
Ihe lolli.wiliu to he the It tins at.d ft.iul.ttiilis :
T lie lert.i.. Fseh paiti .ti.ll tint loo the hands e' the
cashier Slissi. The m. titer lo put the mone. Ill tlta esTe
' ami lo k It t'ti hi. rou b ii.tiion. ou are moperate o Ida
I sa'e pri-clH-ly a. prwi-nsi d In .t our challeui.' Intt.et'wra
' FAeiiatiii- linns in nil respect., tf you st po.e
sum ot tl.e mon-y In tl.iee houre It' I. to be uur.,
II i ol tl e ini.tiei ie lo 1,4 our., ai.d ton are. in - a- Qf lad
ure to t.a li e daotaKi' ih ne O Iheaaie; and yi.a are o, Im
aliofieil two i f the heal atut'l drill. uu tan pra- urato
t.pe'uie v Itli.
The roa-rof on You shall Sr.! arrsae with tbeSersiiUi
NhIIoiisI llslik. Fhlliuleloliiil. tu ttiriii-h .lu-lr .all lor u. lo
nptrsle utmn, siiouid y..ti auceeeil to open l.illle , anS
et.eh hitrtl I Dleilse a III 0 a', al.i.i. a tut II we ilo nr.t i..
their sale, n.ade hi LiausA H ate.ti ul a t ost of ft SKI, In
two hour., vntb'.uf bi.iiilei. and Mtih no in -re nole I i.n
luu Dutke to opt ft billies, tt e moiiws li. he y our., and the
itnnis;e to ihe .tile tf be uiaue gi.tst ti) ns. II w Ut sue
n t tl. thn money lo ha ours
As von decline to plui'C Kvatis A Wnt.on s Im'sI Itank
t ftal rosiltis tl'itsi. ausiu.l l.lilie s, riitinit Ss-si, on ei .at
' term s a burs'ai brui-l wh now uihr you uue-hall
Ini. re time lhau re s-k (.Imulu you smei-e l at ad
rsball a e havu lour aeceptni e
M WIS MI.I.IK A- SO i,
I M .(; iTil PR, As-nt.
No 31 H iinhSIA F. I II ttr.'st.
( bole Olil sJeivernmeai
4x a I'm et a,
Davis A Sjicniane,
Aucu and Xsnts.
E. G. Whitmans aV t o..
Mannfacturars of New and Heliclout Oonraetlonf, Almond
fast, Chocalato t'ttisnielJ, Crsami La ilvdv do
Faris, exquisitely flavorsd.
Koastad Jordan Almonds, ,.
o. ;11C Chemnt street, belosr ruTUl
Bteek aft C.' Plavatua.
iIM.i A ,f,
I BTXCK A CO. I
J. E. O0tU.
lersnik aad C'kaaaat tlnsW.
'rjiLtGHAril NOTICE. KEMOVAL AND
-i CoaiollSatlon, The otltces'ef tha Itdaud aad Inde
i St odetit Teessrsph l.luae nave beea removed from V.
ilJ WItSM f atreet and SSollth TIIIBII Straat, to tha
, (outhea.1 corner of T1IIHI) andi llt SMI T huh.i.
i These cuinpaHlea have also bean consolidated with ths
United Slates Telegraph Couip.uy, aad Ihalr ouasoli-
dated Una. now asieud over ths United Siatse and L'a
: tiadna, and an now balng rapidly eunslruclod to C'a4-
tornla, aad the Terntonaa of Oieg-.n and Itlaho.
' The puhilo will at "ii. too lbs advsnu.a. Hull this Hns
Howniiye over all other linee, luasmuch aa uns.asss
are forwarded dorrftoall polutj, thus avoiding the Sa-
Uys and luaccuraelie of relaying, reriu abarlug, and r
i writing oiur ooiiuecting or sa.-tioaal biies
I The I mud sine. CoaiuU.lai.d Liuas are ties oaly Uaas
Working Iu ODpoaiiloa to th Old Mouupolr.
A. J M ALU .V IN, tfuyariutendeat
ruUsdvipWa, Au,. is, ltt-.t. aUH
CROVFR'H NEW CHKSNVT 8TKKKT
Th gran eowantsc, roa.lcal, peetaesiaf drama,
AI.AMHN. OH TDK. WOMtF.KMl I. l.aWI.
Prssenlest, anar fnrwa muntbs neti.a pr4ieatea, la a
j le t ot pwestaritisil ma. little. nr replete- wllh a-.,ndiir-IhI
tienslotmetlou. magratV-enl sc-ni-s , ifrstnt ninrhn.
enp.rt, costumea anS piraietsiiats, brautitid muer. and
p. yaJTa, V O 11 CAI'H MAY.
THE 81 At well AM' C'iMMOIltotrg BTtlAstl'R
C A T T A I N E. A. RYIHK II,
Of th Cap May I lr.e, li rw making her reirular trips te
C'AI'K MAT.Ieailna AKt.'H Street wharf, ei ery Tttwdav,
"huraday.ard Saturday at nine oclock; retu-nlnx will
leave f ane May evary Monetae Wednesday and Friday
at halt-past sight (.'clerk, totichlr.g at New t'aetle going
and returning. Fare IfWi earrlaKa birs Inctndnd.
t MMren luvlf prloet carriage hire Included. Servants
S'l-sO; e-iri'jiir hire sttra. Frelgh at low rat. No
freight received after 8 o chek, ai J In all cases must he
Jj-I-K JOSF.Ht A. STEWART, Ajrent.
Itl.lH OKl ItATIOS,
TO THK OBEAT
Coal, IroD, and Lumber Begions
TICKETS GOOD FOR TEN DAYS.
diving ftmpi. timt to tlH e( h po'nt of In. rest the
The CatawiBsa Railroad Company
Ilarlng pfrfeeted arrangemanta with eonneotlr.g roads,
will lame F.Xt't kHHN TU KETS) irjm I'hlladetphia ovr
Uis tolowlfie ronis:
rhiladclphlannd It eadlng Railroad To Keading, (tchuyl
kill Oas ea, Ashland. Mal.anoy f Tiy. and Tatnaiaa Clata
wlssa ItaUrtsjd Summit, McAuley Mounts n, C'eta
wiasa.Kupart.tianvlll, Miltna and tVlillamepnrt Lehigh
and Midi Anoy, and Heaver Meadow Kailroada To Black
Creek and Matieh Chunk. Lehigh Valloy Baiir iad -To
Alleatown, and lirthlehem, and the North Pennsylvania
Ballet ad to Philadelphia.
For veriety and grandeur of sec aery, this route presents
srnltar lnoucmnts to tnurtiti
Thoee wishing to d so, may reverse the route by ohtaln
Ing U-A:U to start over tho North Pennsylvania Railroad.
1- A It 10, 10.
Trcketacaa be obtained at M-e Iiepote of th Philsdl
phut and Iteadlrg Kallroad. aud North 1'oansytt aula KaiI
road C.ons4RB)'.-s, an1 of
N. VAN JIOItN,
K. W. CORN EE HIXTU ANI CIIESNUT BTS.
Trains start frera Phlladclphlt and Reading Depot ats-lt
A. M. and ! P. M., and from borth Penasylsanta Rail
road Depot at 7 A M. and S I.'., ends If. P.M. jr etuth lit
nARPEIt AND LADY'S FRIEND,
Wo. SOU CHESHUT Suraet.
Ald EEIOAN BANK-NOTE KEPOETER.
THE ONLY BANK NOTE REPORTER IN
The on:yons containing Qt'OTATIONS of Bank tes
In POL' It ( ITTFH.vlz:
Pint Ai-n rtiiA,
The only or s whl:b contains the
as fa.t as orPn'zt'.J (official Hal .
Ths only or.e winch contains the OENKRAL MS-
COl HT In
EIGHTEEN CITIES, VIZ:
Id III Ul K,
ST. PAI L,
l.i II 'Im VI
The only one wlkti git cs the earbest InformatioD of
bF.W COt'NTEIilF.lT NOTK:,
1'OMIKTIC MAl'.KI.TS, STOC'lt TAHLES,
Tl efa !. :hs cf the
A14IBIGAH BANK-NOTE EEPQT1TEB,
BOTH FINANCIAL AND TYPOGRAPHIC,
ARE L'b EQUALED.
hi DSLbiprios (rp.u anni m , ik advance.
WV..iily S3 Bcrnl Monthly $9
Moat ly II.
01 1 ICe, No. 10H F. TIUItD BTKKcT, (t ilrdQooO.
tt-Artlll. .-lli Vjli
K E W 1 N () MACHINES,
THE BF.KT IM USB
P- No. TItO tillKHNt'T HtsHH.
W'AN'IKD 10 ISH.L OH EXCUANOa.
AVI ED 10 (SF I.L OH
stlliptic Hewliis slachina.
Iiiai.tosir A Maker eawu.g btaiauaa,
l ill, Ha. OO.
AOS all It., ptta.tiai hewing Machinaa AU . -rnWked
roni tiitir puiw pal t m.
ais.. aLbmu. irf Sri.md liana Machiaaa.Ssr sale aad
I'.tValrcd al tl best t iro a at
LAAVF.NH A Fat'l.KSF.,
Na be. N. F.lilllTII .su-eot,
(Oier tea yuare "lib singer a tio.)
Ladies tae.ht v ovsrata kill lia
THlhHKH HIUCKP Aa.,
iki.nitu sifs t il N.riMH,sor
ol I A M i- I II su.d HACK HVwmtM LtUUss
lN-asitl.nl leer tksillA C-lut74 hy 'SsdlsSfX
tWl. Tll Htr. flrgi tr bim IUo
Tl n.s)t ctmiMieim t4 vsussgi afhrMi. ai
Ard. ssaMtlik. , in jMart. (4 Tru. hwntsr, houl4'
lirM, t1, Hai.sIki, KsasAiic tiocUn. myrgm
riir k fur HuM'ry.listit) Mo m. o wiu Jka
I'll II i Iklrl UII 1 a (tltlll'VAMa
rw-u i iiu.nir, i f uifl PL .urA'tiii
VO lUM'AnV 1IM!ll!Tr Nrt It. UnrU
F IN fll tttrart. Uarkal . Bostiuaw
rauic. I end b Il I . LU.kKtrs riauilua rsu.nl
iraili allL l-iv-esee Tiuss, H-itierlor F-lastic aVeaM
Els. He Mocks . i eupi ortara, Slioaldar Sracaa, Saapao
n.rtes Cru-crc.. Ac.
I.ailn . atl.i .'.d l y Mrs B.C. FM.KHT. SaU-ly
'1 11 K AUTIEICIAL HAND.
I II. A. till I.F.A,
Turiuto- ar.d Maeiifsi-turar oflhs
Apprwvcd and adopted
Ht BtlK.HC.lM.l.AL Of'tmF. UKITrD STATES.
Hss ryermaneritly tncatl bte mnre end Factory at Wo. SIS
H. Ful hi II bueat, sis ikwrs tesiow Sprwca, I'allaoa.
TT IU N H Y HIMONH,
VNITED STATES NATIONAL
WAGON AND 00A0H WORKS,
Offioes, No. fta NtW MAKKtT Btrsset,
And Factory, aorner oi
SECOND AND ClMbtKLAJIO STREETS,
. . ... raMLADaaeaiA.
An and varytiB.Inf
WAtKiblH, I'AKTS. DRtTS, WTTF.KLR tRKOWS,
aad TIMIiFJI WIIKt.LN, adapted la Ariuy.Huad, Sulssr,
sr Planlailoa putpo.es. All work warraalad.
SsrOrdsa promptly atusodad ta. lai-tf
TO HHIPCA1TAINM AND OW N KKS.
The und-rilaad bavins n.a a v.ustWiL
.1 St'RKW IHM a. teas la luLru. M. (V ...... .,,.1 ,k.
palmneertha l.srk.U al ka la preaiadl wlik lucreasatf
facUitlaa IS aisaBiii.ll. looae kailug easaels ta l raised
or rrtiaira.1. and b-lag a practical ilnp-rarpauiar afial
caulker, will .he p.ii.iiaj aliss.iloa tu ad vsasetf -iru.led
to bim lor repaiire.
fai-falne or Asanta, SI ip.Carwwrs, are! Msxklulstg
ha -.lag .la bi tapair, are solicited lo call.
Ilaslng Ss aaeney Sir tha i.w 4 " W.ti.r.tsdts' Pliant
Metallic t'watposiliott," at t opyar Faint, Fur Uie pras-r.a-tioa
of vcw.wia bwisuma, si this 'ty,I aw prepar4
ix-nuab IL. laaie ea lavataiae lenna
JollM II lit V MITT,
li.ii.nisb-a Mcrwat loi b,
(BAU-tf Dalswar avaaaa.aua Laaial straal
KMOVAI THOMAS VI. PLOWMAN,
Carpantar aad Sul.das, baa rauiovad hla eb-eg gruas
Wo. Strawberry .lis Ui HI CABI KM u. ad
hilnhig lae old Fuel Offlo. standing. Having lucreasaS
IWlilthia Sur carribig on Ihe buslaas -"-rtlT f. Sa Suoag.
bv (vvaife S sisail sfyuMpaUMiaa. M
ACKFY'S AIXTION ROOMS. No.
t'ANTlD, Till'. LOW OK HVI', HI'S-
V d-eit li-.llnr t i one i ear. fur wi n I, ll.i. hi . l-ite
rest aril . nrm win i.e g Tin a er-... m It 'on... of
I'.l rung Teh graol , No. Im S IIJIKK Mtnt b -.1
t l.-i ut. aa t.
f Tiorsi'. WANTED IN GERMAN TOWN
rt Ctte-niit Hill, to r.nl f.-r a e.r. or I.. pun
A.iitr-ss. with lo- ath-n and prlec, H.. ;, -, ii'ti.i.
pi..ni.-h.i.is. a-.r. et '
tllV l'OI.T, it.,
AitMust ?, mm.
fii 1 1. 1 in . .-i in tti
Anm i - l). -1: . 1 1 m. A. ai -
t 111- US"Mi '
; Ten Hint th,
OO JllngvUaimltliss, ittitl
it C an liie I'l-I in mors).
til. . will rffel.e th. Iilgheit rs'es of tK si amoiit pay
ra-lnns, and niedl. al attt tutsiicet
Trsr...,.?iilon furrii.-hed b a.p!tipf at
No. I'KNNSVIiVANIA AVENL'J, I
WAf-IIIK'HOS, D. C.
K. J. STUANO,
Cap am. A. Q. M.
JAMKS M. KELLY,
Vnartera aster's AjnL
FOR SALE AND TO LET.
pAIT. ISLAM), CAPE MAY, N. J. FOR
MAI P. Cottage on ljlajelie etrt et, It rooms. Lot
U'l.) lo leel.
aul tf FIUST STOkE ABOVK ATI ANTIC IIOTF.L.
CTO RKNT. H ANDSOMIi STORK, WITH
plate ule windows, and dwelling. fto.'J.'iIH I.LK-
KNrll Street. Jyil-tl
fm FOIt SALR.-p.-0,000 WORTH IN O00T)
BVAlluti.i s, lark'i and small, on icrmt lo suit ptirt'ua-ers,
I'iii or with or wlihont liicuin'iraucii. for cash aud good
triide. Iniiilte i.f. from 1(1 to li o olocl- A . M .,
TIIOM. M. l l.OW MAN, No. ..d M. FIJI Jtf'l Stroet.
I A M O N I M.
1'erifns htivli g Ilninonri or other Pr:lotu Bl met Id
dhp-.se ot will do well hy calling on
LEWIS LAD0MU3 & 00.,
Iln mond T)enlrNiMil iTcM etort
IV o. HOitB Crlll -MIN UT Hlreet,
Who will slve lti liiuhent abh price, auil-lm
QVKKN OV BK.iVTY. UIITE VIRaTN
Wax of Antl )? u ihv rnnnt Dtnivt DrnaiiKri of
ti t? iicit tut U juiirltiK. w hlteiinu;. tud irostrviiiK th
Cfippl x1'r) it mttjt- frTni pure Wblt,- Wiik, rtcne It
uitoniiiiHri qiift)itift ir prcge Uft ihf tkiit, mtkin It
tun, fkni'sotli, fttlr, unci trurhpinfiil. It curtvi chapped
hp.inJh or l'(i, rftiiim-sj iiutp;''M, c. Prcw W nnd :n chIaU
Mrat utU'-lun a Milv fiv III NT A CO , frfuruTi,
No 41 B. LlwUi H Hi.,?d(w-r.aioverhsi,u-,avn4
ul'Mia Nt. Li i 8. HKVKN'IH HtrneC
JNVALIDS AND CONVALESCENTS.
LNVALIIiB ASD CONVAUtwFJITS.
Invalids and Convalescents,
Invalids and ( otivaiescents,
FF.MALF.S IS PKI.ICATE HEALTH,
FF.MAI.KS IN l"ELI( ATE HEALTH,
FEMALE IN liELlHATL' HEALTH,
Will find our VMhfliidour Will And our
CalUornia Wlnei, California lues,
California Wines. California Wines,
Callftimle Wines. CalUornia Winoa,
pocoUarlj valuable In all casea of languor and great pros
tration of strength.
Ask Ask Ask Ask Ask
Ask Ask Ask Ask Ask
Ask Ask Ask Ask ' Ask
Its. McChsllAnd, t'-ebhard, Jackson,
(ol th Pennsylvania I'nlversltyJ,
Baring, Herein, droves, Hartshorn
Hchnio-le, Williams, Hartley, N.ldhard,
Wilson, Tltidal, Vlnal, FoDdey,
Noble, Knurr, Mayland, Turner,
and other leading phy jlclans, what they think ot uie medi
cinal virtues of California Wiua! These gentlemen pre
ecrihe our brands, and aseue m of tho bencflts patients
receive from their use 1
f'AI.IFOBMA WlKE AOKVCT,
Jyi6-lm No. 42 H. FIFTH street, ahov. ChesnuL
MEDICINAL COD LIVER OIL
JOHN CJ. HAK'R & CO.,
Ho. Tl MAItKET MBKET,
are row rceelt Inn tin Ir supplies fresh fn tn the fisheries.
The superiority of their Oil. In every reiert, hai gained
for 11 a reputation and sale hejond any other found In the
Tumaliitain It, they are determined to supply an article
that may be entirely rcllrd on for frrsbnss aud p-irlcy.
AeotestlnionlHls of 1'ioie.sors of Medical Colleges, anil
A" WRIGHT & SIDDALL t
No. UP Mnrkpt Street
I.STWf.I N FhOM iliD 8EC0MI STRIiRTS.
o. w. witit.-rr. r. u. sinnaix.
Can SjidatowestahilihDietitathlla.sorimantof ImaortaS
and 1 ion. e .tie Drugs, Popular Patent Mediclnoa, Patau,
C al Oil, Wtndcw l-lass, l-rescrlptioa Vials, Ac, at as low
artcee as geaain first-cuts, goods can b sols.
FINE FMSLNTtAL OILS
ForOonfbrtioiisrs.lii full variety, and ot th best quality.
Cochineal, Pel gal indigo. Madder, Pot Ash, tlothaar.
Soda Asa, Alum, Oil of VI. riol, a nuatto, Co operas, Kx tract
.r logwood, Ac, FOB IHKHS ase, always oa hand, at
lowest net cash prices
Ft'KE SPICES FUR FAMILY IWK.
Oroond expressly for our sale, and to whlob we Invite tho
attention of those In want of rellabla articles.
Also, ISDIUO, blAHCll, if I' ATARI, t utr
Orders by snail, or city post, wilt aseel wtta prompt at
tention, or special quotation! will bo furnishes when r
WHICJH1 et HIUDALU
Wholesale lirag Warubousa,
fall-ly So. IIP M a UK ET Stnt. above Front.
TJMTED STATES POBTAGE STAMPS.
rosiACi'. sTAHirs for sau:.
A MhCOCJiT OF TWO I-FIt CEST. ON ALL SUMS
or s.n ami tea auds.
At ths Piinclj.sl In o. t fur the sale of Internal Iieveoue
Vo. 101 Clll.HM T htteet, aud
au)(j o 1111 B FIJTH SlreeJ, Philadelphia
'I'll 14 NJ3W TA.X II I li Ij
KKVKNUK BTAMP LAW.
('vies of ths Vew Tag Hill and Revenue ftlaulp Law,
for sale wholesale and lelall ; und K valine Htainps of all
deicriptloas coiiilunlly ou haud, at th. follow lug rates of
tin ortlera c I I V), two per cent- discount.
It ii, tl.rvsi ' "
" " .nn, four '
At the principal liep.it for th. Sate of Internal ItcvenuS
Hiau.ps, No.:s4CIIKMII'T Si reel, and No. lull n Kir I'll
Hir., t. uu descrlptlous of Ihe Stamp Law lo pamphl-jt
JA I 11 H II A 11 XI 23 11 H
WlluUtSALS AKD SSIill
I. X. oornar SECOND aad CHE8HCT Btrestg, Phllad'a.
scsxci roa ths pstlst
BgCALUl-NU T1HBTY-DAT CLOCKS,
A very Srstrabl. article fur Churches, Hotels, Banks,
OanUng-llousa. Parlors. At).
Also, HAM EM Tl HFR OP FINB GOLD PENS.
fKs HN KBPAIKEU AND tVAUH VMlgjJ.
JaU-ly Clock Truumlnge of .very deacrlpUun.
irrM- A ORAY. N. K. COHNEB OF SIXTH
IV assl UINOK SirMts, buys liuuiiouda, Watches, Uolst,
TtiOBa. IU WANT OF MONET,
AS (wstBaaa OMSilesiUX. BaylS Fsg
XJO DKCKITKJN. NO 1NKKRIOH, COAL
Xl porcba.ad Su olt.i bvhiw the eoal prhsi of a sopersog
arlkla. BAM t EL W. HltB.S, hHO.tll Sir.l, above Uaca.
aaal elda. sells Ihe gsiniln FAtiLB VEIK. beat aud
parest aittsad Kg and BUive SUaa.tlit Larg. Hat, Sit
oaiussers shoukl sank. Uialr aurekSMS at on.-.. prs
VMmi bv aiiuVUst Stirs.,, Mt M
J TWELFTH WARD BOUfiTY rOSD.
Hi hirript orn in th Hf.Bntr I ni eitfi h pittt to inr
fiH-mi. r t'i" I tm I itft (inmm tt, or itK MO. M.
sno hi-:n. Priuwiaf. cstrutpr of t "nth nd
trti tn. Aim in . It. S f. I4t ir4SMfV"f. thr with
rrtniftiltliN IH he l,l,K r N' A 1 . CM M KO
N .( t , BtMtt s- t-fsftrth.rTf-ry vfsniii( vtht. prvmit
(J'tfiiml'ts-ssa art- rtttsit-sd ! riM.
're tt.iKiiiti B'1 !hiitt'ii m n ntr iiilr1 in Ml nnr
Ttotsi. j p, . ( ( n rp'irni lo tl-r mil. I 9
F.D'i'l ffi ritiifnit pi I fiurl bsikw'mJ fcfr.v np In
tui Wnrd run rir on.tr.hisT ntirl if i j( h oris uiiissct t
I'taitwiU f. l v.- hut Hr hOI.I.W. h Urtlt nab
fill' i. It' u tiller, tf urns' ii'iori
ff, 4( IT. IT Uiit.
L B r.M.KI,. IrcnMircr
Twos). i, C-vKi . HffrttAry. anlfl-fl
In vlewir the rail of ths Praiideat for A-a hnadr sd
thnus er.d men, w pr-.po.e tv raise a
u i: o i m i: n t
COLONEL HORATIO Q. 8I0KEL
(l.at of tlie rcnnsjlrania Reserves,)
rta-, on, nt. d lo take the command.
All ofttrnr deelrlns take pail la this orjsnlalloa i
rj-U'sttd to tali oa
COL HORATIO 0. SIOKEL,
No. 140a WALLAOE STKP.BT.
li Tl) THE CIVIK.NS OK THK EIQIITK
Cf Th. di tich nev ft 'he F.I.I , k War I ond-r the last call
is, Is mw less than ONE t'l'Mitl'.li. To raise this naia-
h.r. award II ty ..f TWeSNTY-FIVF. Dul hiltv w S
be given lorevery volunteer -redltsd lo the Wars a.b
serlpiHilis rece nd In ai y oetnl.tTf Ihe WardCammit
tee '1 he Wnrd It ilintv will tie psid for .verv person ft usa
tn We'd now In th-i uavai ernce -f -tio Ooited Staua
for whom a trtdlt on Jie iuota f a i be obtained.
J I. KOs.VtKtirEV,
anlJ-Bt b. F-. eorn!1 ?1 VtJ a.ndsrAlJPt tu
U HKAIKJVAKIKKS PROVOST MVR
fi.hsl.Fhst l l.irict. I s .No. ,1 H. TIIIKU Street,
UT I hllsdelphls, August II. Is. I.
Aw To In. or- prouini ie..ils to nil questions oa nrdiaery
snl.;eft eennecltsl wl'h the Enrolment, lira I, Exooap-tloti-
l.lshlil lesto Itrstt, Credits a 'd Accotiits .,f ni MB
furnished, t itlzen are r.-i'Mi. ted to make apnli -. ll-Mi
the I'nivoht Mnrilial of the t' .ngressloual llistriet f t each
Iniormutlon. and not to the Provost Marshal-tleu -tai at
lti order of the Provo-t Msrshal-ft-n ral.
Wil l UM K ,,KII a.vy,
auli-tl ( uptain aud rrovo.t Marsh el.
Ji C1TIZKNS' VOI.UNTKER Sl'BSTirUTB
Con.lnlttee Auni.t U. last.
II ti.i-i.niee Is KKMiiVKlitotlM souteeast eoraerof
iaHI1ll and WAl.NI'T Hlrcst.
au Hi u I J. U. KuiKNilAItTEN, Treasurer.
OFIICE C1T7 BOUNTY COMMISSION,
ISo. Ill IMU'NH Hiret,
AUCT 10, ll.
tied further notlr, a Bounty of TO list HlfsniBED
lM.iI.hAHM whl b paid to
Tor One, Two, or Three' Tears Servios,
Musteretl into the service of the United Statos on rator
August li, lwit, and credited upvo tt e quouk nf the .Hlyof
To Fi rollee Cittreas furnlshlag Huinllt.tei for TRKRS
VEsKS. the llount of TWO UUKIIUF.I) ANU FIF Ff
liOLLAUS will In psid, as heretofore.
tt. 1. KINO, PreMidint.
BOItCUT V. MOORE, iit.. 8.r.rstary. an 19
UNION LEAGUE REGIMENT.
IV VU'.tV OF THE PLBSIDEST H CALL
riTE HUNDRED THOUSAND MEN.
TticMllltar; CmmliKe of Ihe Union Lcagnt have mads
Anangemenlg Willi .
COLONEL HORATIO (. SICKKL,
t-ATK Or TIIS
Tlilrcl lennisi lvnnlu HoMetrve
and wllh cthar officers of that Veturan Corp.. to reontlt a
kteglmant for one year's service, under th. aui j loei of tti
We Invite otneoss desirous ot taking eommls.loas laid
to nihl.e application to Colouoi S1CKEL, aftils haadituur- S
tors, at ''
KATIflK'AT. riTIAHTSl' IIAT.T.
,'ftn'i' sTttrie perns ctvrr i
V ' . ..... m. . , " r. " - - - ,
It will a nii'eHort tomak this orjianlzalioa In al
respccls a worthy succinic of tic Peun.ylvanla Besorr
THE BOOhTlaVS VtloL BE AS FOI LOWS
Culled stales Bounty
1'ay fur ou year
M uklng a ca-h total of (f ir oaoyear) Ising
Hc.idi s clothing and etib.istence furnished hy th Waited
States (ovai uuieiit.
BKruiie will tie mustered as soon a.s reefr4, and eaatt
to csmp singly or In squads.
Citlens liable to draft, sud desirous oithorof valualosr- -In.
or of procuring suhstlt tiles, will and In this keg UMsA
every Inducement to enter the service.
Alsioli.ts of the League tunilshtng eiah.rltule arc
espee lally requested to send them lo this Beglment.
1 he attention of w srd CommliK u. Is parilcularly rglliS
to this uri-'aul.atiun.
J. R. FRY, Chairman.
H. M.Felton, i tleor.. Trott,
J. Fdr Thouison, I t'harlei tlilpln,
F.ller.llo W nllaee, M. II., , Henry C. Lea,
lames 1. Chiithorn, James H. Orne,
Horace ltliinev, Jr., i Jo.eph F. Tobias,
Mortin MiM that !, ' N. H. Browne,
J. 1. Clark llsre, Chsrlas H. Smith,
leia-t It Crosmaii, i F.xra liyer, M. I.,
Vi'm.O l.ewl,. i Wm. X Tllgiiman,
tluorge Whitney, i J. a Fell,
Andrew Vi'hceler, I C. J. Maceuen. auS-Ltt
u BOfKTY FOR MARINES. WANTEB
d for the Cnitcd Hlatee Marina Corp., able-hodied meat
f i to p.rform the dulls, of a eoldlur at our S'avy Yards,
is, and on board L ulled States shlps-of-war on fonupi
rietier compensation than the army.
1 II lie ei Ill MllltKII UOI.I.AKS OOVERVMBNT
Ilomri ; also, ALL TUB LOJAL BUL'.MIES paid
klsilnei ris-lva Prl Money.
."or ail further lnieruiaiioa apvly at ths Kocrultlaf
No. 3U fl. FRO NT Street, below Spruce Street,
tetweea ihchour. ai g aad 3 o clock.
C. O. M. OAWLKT,
suo-tf Alajor aud hwrultuig uowf.
Oflosrs aad KMKrs vUltlafth city oa tartest ha,
H "W O 11 D 8 i
Ail mviTKO to ths siTis.iva
UjBOIlCsXa W. HIMONH k: 11113.
f5A-NtiOM STKEilT I1AIX,
SAMHOM Street, above Slxta.
Made to order at Us shortest notion, which for rMuMss aa4
BsagmlaovBOS caalbtngo oompetltloa, do othw housa la last
eouatry oomblnlng th. MANUFACTUUIHa JEWSsLBa)
WUU TWi rtUVTiCM BWviU aUXXA. M