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i THURSDAY. SEriT.MBKR 22, lHlil.
A Vlll ATIO.
The handsome Compntencles enjoyiitl by
many of our fMlow -citizens of Gorman birth,
and the general thrill of those puopli- taken a
whole, Is, we observe, the subject of a sneer
rjpon the part of a New York pper, whl -h
Characterizes them ai " barriers to the pro
gress of improvement," and ns perversely
FiUiholdiug their aid from all reformitory
and progressive measures connected with
business enterprises. Our contemporary, and
Other who may entertain Invidious senti
ments with rcforenoe to the money-getting
propensities of the Germans, would manilVst
a greater degree of good sonse In Imitating
their example, than In reprobating thlr deter
mined energy, abstemiousness, and self-denial.
For In the German character there Is much to
elicit admiration, much which it would be
well to emulate, and which exercises a whole
Of the diverse sources from which our
population is derived, there is perhaps none
more respectable in character, or physically
more vigorous, than those which own an
entire or partial German parentage. Of such
are a large portion of the pepple of this Stale,
of Ohio, of Illinois, and the West generally.
In fact, of tbit portion of the people of the
United States who are the second generation
of a Teutonic stock, a very large part are
Americans In whom the country may take
pride, and who will be found fully represented
in all the posts of trust, and honor, and learn
ing throughout the country.
The Germans had a mission to perform
here, which no other people could have ful
filled so well just as the Irishmen have had
And fulfilled theirs better than any others
could have accomplished It. That they hive
'.' Ae for us what we could not nearly so soon,
so well, have done for ourselves, is as
'nt as noonday. The aid which the one
vfendered in the erection of our buildings,
too digging of our canals, and the construc
m rfof our railroads, has been equalled by the
remarkable, the unprecedented rapidity with
which the primeval forests have given room
to unobstructed fields under the axe of the
other. For the rapidity with which the wilds
of this State have been cleared, we repeat, the
praise is eminently due to its German settlers.
In all our rambles through the agricultural
districts of the country, a mere examination of
a newly cleared farm was sufficient to fix the
nationality of its settlers. For, whereas the
Anglo-American, as soon as a piece of ground
Is chopped and burnt out, proceeds at once to
raising a crop between the stumps, the Ger
man goes patiently and ploddingly with his
gruhbing-hoe, undermines every root, and
burns it Into ash-manure, and thus slowly but
surely he proceeds until his field Is as free as
a fallow, subsisting meantime upon a fare so
simple that the very poorest of us would
recoil from it
But by and by the reward comes. The
Second year, when the Yankee settler has a
very little better crop than that of the first
for the stumps have not begun to decay the
German is tilling a tract mellowed by deep
subsoil ploughing. And this self-denial
which be has been obliged to practise Is no
hardship to the Teuton; he has acquired
patience and perseverance lu his Valeriana,
la rendering arable the side-hills and waste
places, such as we almost wholly neglect, bat
which he covers with thrifty vines.
It Is lor this reason that we discover so
many beautiful farms In out-of-the-way places,
in this State especially, where no one would
expect to find any relief from tho surrounding
wilderness firms which, if located on the
banks of the Delaware near this city, and
adorned with a little shrubbery, which the
Germans rather disregard, would be cons!
dered as models of order, uniformity, and
In business, whether small or large, the
German ever keeps in view the same prudent,
painstaking, self-denying policy, carefully
bugging the shore until he has acquired sulll
cleut sail to venture into deeper water. He
reveres the maxims of Fh an km. if with un
swerving fidelity; and the entire secret of his
Success bangs upon a single peg he invaria
bly squares hi expenses to hi Income; and
ln.':suiucb as moucy Is rather accumulated by
Steady gain and economy than bysuddeii visi
tations of fortune, It follows that the German
ma!es money to at least a moderate extent, if
be is doing any business ut all. Azniii, as a
Clmu, the Cieiui.ni commercial houses ure gen
orally considered sale and reliable, both iu
this city and New York, and we believe th
remark will apply nsjUHlly elsewhere.
V e only intunuuti 10 write a single para
gt'iph, sugL't'iited by the attack uliove referred
to; and we c'ojo by r.ve in t'.it, instuil o.'
CfEs-iiriug ar ridiculing the thritt, the I'ri-
gality, aud the j'loildiji' industry ol litis peo
ple, it would be much more to oar praise, as
well as to our interests, if we ma le those char
acterlsts a model lor imitation.
Duriug one of thu wars on the Continent
the new generully reached England by the
way of Hamburg. In order to aflect the stock
market, the brokers so IreiiuentJy mauuluo
tured the news tbat the public lost all coull
deuce In advices received from that city, and
It became usual to indicute dioljulier In a
utartllng piece of Intelligence by calling It a
"Hamburg," which, English-like, was soon
corrupted (vi Hamburg) Into "JJIumbng.'
The dorhatlon, whether true or false, accords
well with the meaning and use of tho word.
The frequency with which It Is employed is
one or the most striking features of our day
, Our literature, our conversation, our papers
are tilled with it ; and when a shauuless show
man proclaimed that "one-half the world
wtebed to be humbugged, and It was the duty
ol" the other half to gratify them," Ui rumark
was quoted as a shrewd saying, and he was
spoken of as a dtnart business min who
thoroughly understood the American people,
riis utter bankruptcy furnished, it Is true, a
ruther striking commentary on tho policy of
such principles; but from childhood we all
learn to read the story aud skip the moral, so
that any one who Is successful in pleasing
tho public Is supjiosed to owe all to charla
tanism, whii'li Is thus thought to be an Indis
pensable faculty In every profession.
Nor Is It merely in active business llfo that
the word "humbug" is repeated until It has
become as stale a toplr as the weather. o one
Is expected to be natural and sincere In the
ordinary intercourse of society. Judging
from the tone of conversation, our atmosphere
must be Impregnated with empiricism, our
wholo lives a sham, nud our very selves a
myth. There I-., In short, a frightful disbelief
in ourselves and In one another, which, how
ever well grounded, must, at all events, be
removed before there can be any change in
the state of things on which It Is based.
It whs wisely remarked that tho surest way
to make a man a thief Is to suspect him of
stealing, and so, too, a general distrust of pub
lic virtue Is a certain lorerunner of public
dishonesty. A degraded slats of morals Is an
Inevitable result of a low moral standard, as
tho conduct Is, of course, never bolter than
the creed. When, therefore, men profess that
humbug, which is but another name tor dis
honesty and rascality, Is the secret of success
when, worse still, to humbug another (. c, to
deceive him by lies) Is spoken of us a good
joke, it behooves those who th'uk virtue
necessary to a nation's welfare to consider the
matter, and make some elfort to bring nbout a
change. The reform is needed In language
fully as much as In action. Several causes
have given this word a far mre exten
sive circulation than facts would justity.
To say severe things is a power much
coveted, and here is an Indeflnito amount bot
tled up lu two syllables. To express censure
many think is a sure way of showing supe
riority ; while to talk like a turnkey of tho
world Is thought to indicate a knowledge of
lite quite extraordinary, ust as young physi
cians display their medical learning by talk
ing of tjniors and others of ''the thousand Ills
that flesh is heir to." These feelings find
expression In this phrase, which, fortunately
tor their brains, is as descriptive of one thing
as another, and which, to the applicability of a
general term, unites the venom and splciness
of a particular one. "It serves for a method
" of collective execution, somewhat like the
" vessels which, in a season of outrage in
" France, received a promiscuous crowd of
" reputed criminals of unexamined and du
" bious similarity, and were then sunk in the
" flood." It is, in fact, alubor-saviug machine
lOr finding fault.
If a man dislikes another for doing that
which he is too lazy or too weak to do himself,
it affords the same satisfaction to call It "hum
bug" that it docs to stigmatize as hypocrites
those who excite envy and hatred by living a
But its currency among the masses is, per
haps, not owing to any such positive traits of
character as these. Opinions are a necessary
part of every one's intellectual wardrobe, and
are usually got ready-made; and as in the
barnyard, when an old hen begins to cackle
all the neighboring poultry raise their voices
In concert, so if any one of ability expresses a
view of life, thousands, without reflection
and without reason, re-echo it.
From Bheer poverty of thought one-sided
and false notions of life are passed from hand
to hand, and from generation to generation,
just as carelessly written passages in a review,
which proclaim judgment on great authors
and important periods of history, are censured
or praised according to the dictum of a pre
judiced and partial historian. From this
faculty of imitation, and a want of thought,
thousands who are guiltless of ever having
had an idea of their own in their lives confi
dently assert that "humbug" pervades every
department of our society. If many of those
who use It so glibly were asked to explain
their meaning and to be specific in their
charges, their bewilderment would equal their
ignorance and (as has been said of the use
of the political watchwords), ' if by some sud-
" den lapse of memory they should lose two
" or three words, they would look round with
an Idiotic vacancy, totally at a loss as to
" what was the subject of their anger or ap
From a love of detraction, from ignorance,
and still more fiotn carelessness, this word has
como into vogue, and already done more harm
than can lie easily measured. That the masses
should believe that sincerity and honesty
have gone out of fashion Is no slight evil ; and
no man who rightly understands the influence
of language, and feels any sense of duty, will
foster such an Impression by any unnecessary
cry of" humbug."
As the silly belief, founded on the faults of
some few, that all who arc members of the
Church are hypocrites, has done more harm
to religion than all the arguments of infidelity,
and as he w ho believes that all virtue in others j
is pretence is not likely to regard it much him- !
self in thought or deed, so a people who come
to think that their greai men are only sue. :
ceiisful Impostors, that their politics Is a sys- j
ti m of trickery and fraud, and that profes- !
slons of virtue and piety are schemes to lull 1
suspicion, are not likely to achieve a noble '
There is, Indeed, fur less "humbug" In tho
world than many think. Society is not wholly I
reprobate, mid every one who believes It
should act on Ca walk's advice let him turn
to be an honest man himself, and then he will
be sure there is one rogue less In the world.
Let us all, however, use our language thought
fully and carefully, remembering that, besides
the injustice done by an opposite course, tvu
do much harm to our language and land.
Mii.ton says that whenever a language be
comes Inaccurate and vicious, tu degeneracy
of it will soon lie followed by the downfall of
the Salute, for a lazy und licentious use of
wolds, with ignorance or curelesinuss of their
genuine meaning, is a plain murk of an un
principled and degraded people.
SKW PI III.K'A riOKI.
Our thanks are due to Mr. G.W. l'itcher, deslur
In Album, Picture Frames, and Periodicals, for
sctnjuf elaborately engraved portraits of Abra
ham Lincoln, (ienornl (ieorgo 11. Mudlullau,
fimeral William T. Slicrraiin, (iener.il '. S.
(irant, (ieiieral W. S. llancuck, ami others, which
are hold lor frl Ciuh. Mr. Pitcher also ceiuls us
HariH-r's Miiynziitr, the Atlantic Monthly, iwtri'.i
Lathf t Hook, and J'lterson'a Mi;itztiw, all of
which are freighted w ith articles (if rare excel
lence, as usual, und bnndi-ouie cngr.iviug't.
Ini i.i'bm i: of Iuon on Vkoktatios. A cu
rious discovery bus recently been niiiile regarding
tlio Inlliience of Iron on vegetables On thu
chalky shores of France and Kuglaud, where
there is an aoseucu ui iron, vi'eiuiioa uas a sere
and Munched appearance. This is entirely re
moved, it uppeais, by the application of a solud in
of sulphate of iron. Haricot beans watered with
this 6iibstunee acquired an addiiioual weight of
sixty r cent. .Mulberries, peacues, pears, vines,
and wheat dorhe advantages from tiie siuuu
treutineut. In the cultivation of clover wonder
ful changes have tuen galneil oy the Hmuication
ot the sulphate of iron on soils in which that iu
KreUlent is wanting, aud in cuses where it is
(ietirea to produce an early crop. The material
is, of course, cheap and the quantity applied
small. All the scales falling around tlie bluok
siuitU't anvil should be saved for the land tucy
are worth five cents a quart to girdeners. No
fruit it to much Ucncliuid by lrou-rust lu soils as
nOINU Of THE lR
Amu 8-rnnnr Thkaihh. Judge Conrad's
adaptation from tho Krcnch piny of Kouho's ,
I'rotrtil, was presented here last evening. It hat
bcn considered one of Mr. Adams' fluent prt,
and lias tho credit of being a creation. KarncU,
full of oust and hno, tho brave solJur ruturnsto
bis botno to find mote miirry than be has left;
to Mud "nil his household gods shattered arntind
Dim." Heroically aie thoe (orro s homo, deeply
felt, and ticlily avenged.
Mr. Adiinis CM'tn-nc d to the life every nlmdo of
the poet'a iniHiiin' ami of the position, lie In kef
tlicouiu J I ii at it not hero lo perfection. Hut hi!
Imd a li.ml m k not one peron In the rat
bimciI him. All mti'.t reineinocr ho Mrs.
I)nv hlmr. d Mr. Alan-.' lirsi suecvsi. ; hov hur
lulmimtilc sc Ing tnmlo the two pans like an
Biini!nble mi cord in hurinout. What a contnist !
Noihitig tint AilHina'cneiKy and bis inn itc. cnim
si i in ciiiilil bnvu carrii (I biin thmtiirh the mnit
dramatic scenes of the play with such an Icicle
a Mt-i (imlmin fur the hcr'nhic.
H.is yoniiR lady Iihs no talent I'Oyond that
of a quiet bearing mid sfjrccublo .iice. She
Is veiy hsndsoni", too, snil sineo she bis been Hi
the An h Iisr bton well dressed, beyond tliii
she lb nothing. 1'si.sion, puthos, teiiilerncs,
pocr, all requited tor the part alio played Imt
tiilibt, lire uttirlv Ifjnnreil by hor. Mie applies
no IiiicIIk nc, cither, to the reading of her pirt,
and speaks mere "wonts, words, words," m that
she coiiloiitidk the plot of ttic piece, ami becomes
excel dingiy monotonous. It is suroly a severe
tc.-t fur a male star, and scarcely dealing fairly
with him, to give him such a heroine as Miss
Graham in all the purls ho plays.
Mr. 1'iirden, too, disappointed us. He had
totally mistaken tho cbavactor, and, Instead of
the limve, high bred, Reticrons soldier, m ido of
"lend (! arnmni" a lovo-sick, scutimunt il tier,
fonnding bis idcn on the met of its being the
Court's wedding day ; but marriago does nut "so
transform a man" and make a fool of him. Mr.
Curdi n' poriraituie was exceedingly tiresome.
Excepting in the "Ghost," we have never yet
s en Mr. Garden in a part Milted to him.
The n Bt of the cast (a very limited one. and
then foic the more easy to make tip well) win
he ow mediocrity a cer ain getitlem in, "Ar
inaiid" in the play, drossed iu yellow flannel, and
who has some explanations to give tlio audience,
poke so utterly without moihod, and was so
grotesque and awkward, tbat a lauu'h followed all
his exits. The play was, of course, well put on
the Mat'C. the scenery line and appropriate, la
all these things the Arch never fails.
Walnut Sthkkt Thhatrb. Poetry, pission,
a revelation of ihe heroic timos when honor,
chivalry, and feeling wore nllowod to exist, and
were tho motives to deeds of romance and passion,
all this do we find la Booth's "Kuy lllas."
Ho looks like one of tho noblest pictures
of Vandyke, In form, feature, and costumo,
whilst his acting thrills the very soul. Tho docp,
worshipping tenderness of his love; tho devotion
of bis patriotism; the power with which ho
avine;ts her he loves; the hopeless resignation of
his deutb all did this fine artist with the truth
and soul of nature, and the skill of cultivit'ed art,
in turn portiav. Boo h s "Kuy Bias" will dwell
on the memory and near to the minds of all w ho
have tcc.u it, like some precious haunting melody
never to be forgotten.
The stage was well set, and the last sceno very
effective; out such a court, such an assembly of
dirty lords! lords, too, that so muddled tho dia
logue tlist t was not until the play falls almost
exc usively into the hands of Messrs. Booth and
Heme, that the audionce got an Inkling of wha'
it was all about. Mr. Heme Is painstaking mid
alwavs knows his words, but the bitter sarcasm,
the tiaugbtv tone, of command, and tho high
btaiing of a" Minister of Spain, that should char
acterize Don tallUBt, were not once touched on
tn hiB rendering of the part.
PERNONAI. KOTHKS TO l'JHI.lKI..
from Iht Mrhmond Jtmrnalt of the nth imt.
aw-MHTKH MAKY OR Mil. (1. P.. No. WO S.Fir-
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Marv Le wonil let .km tor sinter Mary's Uuhtir. Kan
gitmn tipt Charley all we would wihli him Wo write
rielieu'l by llaic of truce. AUUresn me, Wurenburo,
Ware coiintv, (ia., or through K. H. Maury, Klchuionil.
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love 10 you. al.teiM aur hrotiiera. Write to us aouu. i.Jse
to hear irum you. Hend me your dtrooUon.
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tJT-MKS. A.. M. B., CAKB ROWLAND JONKS
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Have wrl'ten via tlftff of truee several time. Write to
lather at hump, and to me, cart ot William Warren, Kich
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am well; have liao two letters from art. ; personal Hi. o to
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. care of her. ,veiy pcnst Incurred will he fa ihlillly
....,Jl,i II. COIlNKLlliS.
Eighteenth, street, hii'lun Ad
KIX -II AKKIjY. On 'the Ifttb liit.
at tho Somlnnrr
hv th Ki'V. A lull MmrliT.
LleiittM.Ht.t F. FIX to AlU AN Mb H-VFhLl' ,
Mil Ot ItilM chy.
1 RAIT-BICK.-tn Worccnter, Maw., by Iter. Mr.
Cuilur. Deacon h. B. rilATr, ul llraitun, Miihh. , to Minn
COHNKLlA ., oul UttUKliUrot C. V. . ltico, h.ol
SM n il -.lOHNHTON.-Tn tnlii rltv. on tln HA of Mar.
lw. t)v Itov Jr. Ctienibem, Mr. Ol.O.H. SMITH, of
l,. lntjn, Maw., to Mir JbNNlli joliNTU, 01 tliU
BKOWN.- At Lonjr Iliancti, N. J., MAUI A LOVWA,
t rtmiKhtwrof Jmob and l orin-lla brown, oi rtiilutU-lohlii,
iu tlie Uih year ul twt no,
t CAKim l.-On the tUt Inst. , CI. AKA, wife oflra K.
, ( ttrrltt. mud ilr.
Due notice will be fflven of the funeral.
H A NHiN. n the VI st luHt., HANNAH A., wife Of
Will um It. IIiuiMou. Clmltlinorf Dum nlcaiQ copy.
Tlif Mativci and trieiidn 01 the tainliy are Invito) to
nt(4-ml the lunorHl, from her lt renldcnce No. IHli S.
K tie il oust? .square, ou Haturdnv morniuK, the 24 tb Inst.,
at 10 o'clock.
LAW. -On the '21 nt Inst. , SM1TU LAW, in tho 07 to
yt-HV ol Ms aye.
II in rclatlvti and friends are raepectfullv Invited to
nihmd thf tuneial. on Krldav, 23(1 int., at 3 I. AI., irom
tre rt Mi'.t ix e of bin brother-in-law, A. iluwley, Ho. llotl
Mil.At'iItL(N.-On the 10th lntiint, Rev. Ht'OII
Mrl.Al'ttHI.I N, pHtor ol St. Amiv's t'liurch Tort KlCli
iiiond, aied l yi)Hri,
1 ne ri'.i.live nml friciirtH, fitao the reverend clerinr- re
n'Mneettully Invited to attend the funeral, on Friday
inoniiiiK at 0 o'clock. Service and luteriuent at tit
I'KNliKLliV. On the 10th Inst., irom dbwuie ron-tra'-ted
In cuinp. JOHN phMiKLHY . eldut Hun ut Itlclc
ard and JulluiMiu l'i-nxilliy. of coiiipauy 1, Filth roim
nytvMiita ( uvairy, In tho ild year ol t iiaie.
The triendH of ihe liinnly, and nn'mtor of the relmnnt
that are In the ulW, are r (! tiully invlii'd to uttend hia
flint nd. irom hiH luther'M reHldence, o.'il'li -luit ritreet,
he't.w York aj.d FiMiiklurd road, on Friday attoruuou at
W1I.K1NH. On Mondav mornliifr, the 4th Inst,
JACOU F. WILKIN', lu the 7 tilt year oi iiIm k.
Funeral Iruiu the . W cornel of Fourth mid Nohln
stret tt on J hurmttty, the T2d inat., at li o'clock. A. M.
Interment at Lautvi Hill.
W FAD. On the 'iOth innt,, of cntiduinption, WM. M
W FA1, aediA yearn.
Tin n litUv'-i and irlendu ot tho fain llr . aHo the mem
hern of Southern Lotle, No. 11, I. ti. of it. F., are ro
HP'Ctmllv invited to attend hid luneral, irotn hh lute
reHtdeuee, No. M Worth Htreot, Iwlovv Jickt'ttcil., ou
Fi'Hluv alternoou, at 'i o'cUh L
Vol Nii. On the 'i!nf In t, n'ter a loun tid sevnn til
ne.-it. Colonel III NUV VOl'Mi, at hiH lute re.H lfiK'u,
rtijiiei ol Knit riith and (.'uilowhui utn-eu.
lue notice ol the lauerul will belvii.
Kill F.NDKN'K C()Mfi:iU.'I Al.f'OI.I.HtiK,
s. iMirHI.Nt'T hin ei. ctr..t'roi s.vbiitu.
h staKilsl.ld lr.,4. lll,',iriil-4l'il IrsT,.
V..ii!m int II lrila.l (1 l.r 111- t',,ltiitlu limine and Ir'.tl-
'rtiitiouuh und ira-tlcal Instrue lion lu I
In ull It?, i.rui rlit-M, at pmensed by the best t'-ciimtant
tiiU l,u.iiii-t,s mvn.
I'litln and orniirnfnlul, la tuuKt by unc of the most com-
III! t Mill ul ,i'iirui II.
l iaiuneiclftl Culcnliitiuns,
CuiiliuiT' iul Lhw,
lietoi ttn Ciinnti'i fult N iti'i, A-c.
Rv .oiuid and on piiiiBr.tunuht in a thorinKhtnl pi'ttulk.tl
iiirtiiin-r bv ii li iiiu- v n i.t-rl.-i't'. d iiit,ralnr.
Hll 1M.MS INS I III lll.O btl'AKATia.V,
And ri-.-i'tvi-a at unv tune.
l-'.vcnliitf Bt-xsiritiH iiftiT September l'ith.
riit,iiMiiiGT t' l'uis, stinli'iits' names (471 lust year), ,tc.,
rirniahi',1 riUla un uvi)U'aliin.
o. II . I ill i I r. ! I ' r v , tt.
titl-lm Nu. 11,7 I'llESSHir Slreot.
rrSf- AT A MKKTINti Or" TIIU K'JI.'ITa"-wt-J
, Insurant ' Cmul't'iy, hi-M at tu:)r oilli-.i!,
s,it nibri 'JO. 1m.4,ii vv.i. iihttiiuiitiuly
UsiIm1. I'h. it tit hiilaniL' ot the iin!ill up f'ailt.il
Hl'X'K ul tin- CuliiliHIlv In! now called ill. II lullmvi :
'.' n h-i Fharu to be nui iu nil ul'bel,jiu the lUtl of
Oi t .ti r ni t.
(,r ahart to bt jiilid In on ut Uforo tlio 2nth of
Oi lil't-i nrl. unci
i'J-.io jit-r shale lobe paid in on or bi'fui't the Ut fi No-
eiul'Ci next. It
rpj- KI.EVKNT1I WAItU. AV01U TlIK
lirail. A ID' i tm ol' the Knrolleil ineiis o!" tin?
KU vi Hill W.ml will b- In 1,1 at I I, MCI Alt II Al.l., I HIS
EVKMN'ii Ht 7' o'i;loek. (Niluft to the. IneetlllK Hlld
liriuv; yiiur l"iUmla; bi iiim your inniicy.as wu v ant iiinre,
e have lo m.v limb r i,rii es fur reel int.. Ituirv uu y..ur
IneHds, reciults will be lusher in a very slunt Hue... Voa
Ihut have niuvi-il out ul the Ward slili u the last ilratt urt
liable lor two years ; your names are In the wheel. Ilrlns
i.ur money ; exert v.ml'selves ; be ell.-ive.le ill the matter;
it s ml 10 save lutl iVoui the Dralt. N t I'tve I'aU.'d nearly
throe IliiiusaniJ d 'IIU'S la lulir lilulits; ilo ta well lo liltfllt,
mi, I will not tr.iuble your ei. lets any iiore.
'I IIOM s l-AHV. Treusiiior. will be at ihe Hall, V. K.
c n lier ul SIX'ONK nl 'Al K sirnets, cv. rv day. Hum
" tu .'mVloek IIKOKliK A. ll liil.tV, l ll.iiruiitn.
iia.ua C. Kltfc,)i;trvliuy. It'
W A li H A V 13 IS.
BOOCKMOa TO W. B. CARRYX,
Ho, 719 OirECNTJT Street,
Hat now Open taU
CURTAIN M A TKIll A I ,S,
Krone I. fUt ii.4,
icirh Uro au-Hefl,
oUllnf. In w'oti,
VUin and llorrtrftl lorry.
Union nd Al'-Wm ) IH-nn,
1 tench flatln do Lfn',
f- njzlrth arid irujn Iuit.aM.
French Printed Lnitliifia.
I ornW aim Unmli,
AfJ t-Tory JficilpH.'it of C URTA.IV M A I KKi U.M.
Avjrri) o v h ii a i iz h
Of It 9 iwwist Col xi an t pAtterni.
I j A C K V IT UT A1NH
Ono tMrd IrttH tliftn tha proaont cost of Importation.
WALItAVKVH (iau CAItlULS),
ISO. 710 CHKflNl T HNCKKI'.
COTJETHEI & WILLITTd.
I'pNos.. 14 ni.cl 10 S. HKVKNTH Htr.
I HILMIKI I'lllA.
Monurt. t'ti of
And Ihe only r llahit made Id this city.
A'ae, lilr!:i iToro Fri'
nlt'ire and Iteddlnn, constantly
I'nlillr llpiirinrlrcHM. MrH. S A. Allen
has justly eanied this title, and thousands are this day re
joicing oi er a flue head of ba't produced hy iter une iiialhd
pienaralion for reatorlnit, InvlKniatlne.antl heatitlfvlnK the
llatr Hor World'a Hair Katttoror quxkly cleanses the
scalp and arrests lit tall; the hair, If grey, Is chauued to
Ita natural eolor, glvlne It the aame vl'.ality anl luxurious
iltianllty as tn youth. For ladles and children, whose hair
requites fronucnt drosshtg, the X.ylnbalhemum, or World's
Hair DrtssinK, has no equal. No lattj-'s toilet Is complete
without it. F.very Hhisvlst has It for sale.
Dr. Jayne's F.xcctorut. All who hnve
nscd litis standatd Meillolne for
WIHtOi INO C'OUUII, citotrp,
( Ol tll'8 AND ClOLll.S, IIOAK.SKNKS9,
er any ruhuonary Coinplalut, attest Its usefulness. In
vt of title fact, we would state thatl for thirty years
past Ihe l'.xpectotaiit lias been before the public ani that
each Biiececdhig year has added to Its popularity, anil ex
tended the demand, until now it is known and appreciated
in all quarters of the world, and admitted to bo tin tlreat
Itemeoy of the Age tor that class of diseases for which It
is especially designed.
KK.C'F.NT COt'dllS AND COLDS, Pliierlllc Pains, Ac.
are quietly and effectually cured by its dlaphoretlo, aooth
ing, and enpectoraut power.
ASTHMA It always cures. It overcomes the spasmodic
contraction of the air vessels, and by producing free ex
pectoration at onoe removes all dlillciittles of breathing.
BliONCHITlS readily yields to the F.xpeotorant. It sub
dues the Inllaniiuation which extend through tho wind
tubes, produces tree expectorauou, And supproasos at ouco
the cough and pain.
CONSt'MPTION.- For tlila insidious and fatal disease no
remedy on earth has ever been found so effo' tual. It sub
dues the Inflammation, relieves the High and pain,
removes the difficulty of breathing, and produces an easy
expectoration, tierety all Irritating and obstructing mut
ters are reiuovedlrotn the lungs.
WHOOPINO COCtlH Is promptly relieved hy this Rxpoe-
tnrant. Il shorlenMhc duration or llio duome one-lmll, and
greatly mitigates the sufTerliwiS of the patient.
Ir all PULMONARY COMPLAIN MJuCIIOHP. PLEt'.
Itl.HY, etc , It will be found to be prompt, in', pleasant,
Prei ared only at No. 21-' Chenut street.
113 CHKaMT H T It E E T ,
(OtiiHihiu ilie Ciihtom llmirtc.)
hY. N , fto 4i:i IHKSNL I billK.KT,
Will (.ell. WlK'liNh'e Hit Itelall,
UtoM TKN TO HI T. CKK CKNT. LKSS THAN VOL
H'AN IU' Y KiKWHKUK.
UKAN 1 hi the i,t.r," H uno llet htotk lu this city oi I lift
ltil nit: list ot Ootids :
1. Thebeht Fine-cut Chewing lob icon.
'i. H lioiitdo and ItotiKli-ajitl lteud ToliaccO.
U I'lnm ii mi hvn'i'l id V lrt!hlu l'ihai.'C4.
4. Mix n a d Nwtet Cavendihli Tohat-co
U. hi . and ('oiiK't f.,wn. 1' ii Tubaco.
6. '1 he)-e utock ot Havana i'AJm.
7 The bet stock ol lioiiiiilc t!lais.
R, The het Mrx-'k of Bm(.kiit Tolmcco.
y. l'lei and Snutls, a e.
10 I,yi.iiimr( S nokitiK, liOeonU per puiiid.
It. Klllh-kiiilck Hnioklnji, 'M) cents per pound.
11?. The( aiitol Flne ciit C hi-wtnu.
The Michigan Fme-c.t I'hewinir.
14. 1- ine cut 1 1 .eninv, !Hcema -er pound.
lf Fine ciilCnew in,lf cetith perpuuiid.
Hi lipiui Milt more than any ti n Klory.
17. Dean o Ik ten tljoeso e.tper
IH jedii f-ellh be Uest iiud C'lH-npeit,
To be c-t.timM'd at
I.KAN'S. No. W CHKHNl'T Stre
Oj'poHilo Custom Home
ltuNlorry t itlitwlm Mpnrklliif
W 1 Mi J
for hu e by
IAVik At KliIl.l(lt,
Alt' II ANlT hlll MrilKKH.
K. 1. Wliltmnn A'
Manuluctureitt ol New and Delicimii Confeotiona, Ahuoud
l aota, Chof olate Caramels, ('n aiiih LsiMuuedo
farli, eiv'ititaiiely flavored.
Itoailed Jordan Almonds, Ac .Arc
No. ,11b Cheflimt iiruut.buloir Fourth.
811 UK .V CO 8
i ION FT
II MVlt lN fl !
OIU.ANH. 1 PIANO.H.
Re tilth and Chennut h tree Is.
IFTY CIONTS. l.F.SSONS IN (.HUMAN
A NA'flVK Of
WHO hl'KAKN 1.M1I.IS11 l l.t TSi r.V.
H l V ( KX i H AN IIDl lt.
LA IH I'M AMI t ( I I I K KN ONLY.
A hi' 1 1 b I ween U ami 1 i i"'-l. t
sel.l VW No H.HIIIH Street.
PEIIAPELPHIA MILIr&EY S0H00L.
2 ( 01 11T1.AM) SAIMIKKS' IXSTITITK,
Tliirty-nlutli and Market Streets,
Add ran b,
mi37-lin J'ltOFKHgOK K. D. 8AUNDKK8, D. 1).
KIKNDS' ACAPKMY l'OTl BOYS, HEAR,
Iter tiTUI of '21 weeks,
All Ui-Miiiiiiniltiiius mi
, . WI11TA1.I..
1GNOR N. riiHKI.M
Uuviiitf rettirni'd irom liuropc. lias restimi d !.U
B. W.th-mlin .No. l.H Clll-.NSl T STKEKT.
JAMKS S.IIIUD.TKACU KU OFTIIR TIANO,
ho. ItafUHlXTEKNTll Street. behw Mpru-. uu'i lui
;IAL.H I I'LAUHII
liUNU INO, AND SIIiK,
0? EYFKT DE8CB1PTI0N.
Idji Dili' with a lull as oruueiit of
IVAHa & HASSALL,
U i;-lm Bo. 41 ABCU STliEET.
NOTTINGHAM AND SWISS
WINDOW SHADES,, No. T2 J
MAMtlt ACll llKIlS,
LAIt'.r.Sr ST(( K IN THE t'ITT,
AT LOW TRICES.
IKS. JOHN UttliW'o NliW ARCH ST.
(U" lil;,i AVIl F tSIIinvAm.K tint'SKS.
KII.H' WH K OF KIlWIS AHAMS.
WKI'MKMDAY AMiTIIIIIIiiiaV KtKMIM 9,
A I il( I A N 1)1. TF 1,1(1 NY I'.HWIN ADAMt
Hm.. tiK'.'it' Mr. .1, tine I .r.len
t linci dc '1 e hnv Mt-s Annie Uraham
1 o contlU'le tl'h ttie spark Unit inrnfitletlit t,l
W HICH HIIAI.L 1 MAItia (
NailemlU'at stnurt Ittihton
Al- no HUip in s Mr. Mrl-
oiary Mix Ml.-t'. Jttlerion
KKI It At -11LNKH t 01 Mil. ADA MS.
JkKW CHKSNUT STIU'.ET TIIF.ATItK.
i t . 1tO I . It A- PINV PropT'elors and Manarers.
riRHTWKF.K Ol I HE SKA OF U K.
'11. e mAna.;euielit Is happy to nnnoiilR'e an engagement
Wlttt Ihe ut.lttiatiiHlieu nrllnte,
MlMS HI'HAN lit N I N,
Who will make her iippeitrance eveiy nltht this week
as "Louise tie Lat-eours" and "Ork'eiiia' in
1 1114 HI A OF ICKitlll, A Till IIS I' t (lit OOl.ll.
Ailm;i.i,'fit Kaniil t.'lr-le, V.'ic.i liri HH ('In le ttnil Par
ottet. Mir ; Iteiterveil Dress t.'ln le and Carqiiot Sests. a".e,
t-Mta Ort hi sua Heats, $1 j no cliariie for secured seats.
lii'tirh ojien at 7 o elmk ; curtain rl.osatT1,.
l'lil'hlll OHANI' MATIMSti HATIIltDAV AFTKIt
NllON, Hepniober 2t, at roduetd prirt s.
II it 1 8 T It K J K C T V, 1) ,
Tits great and celebrated picture by Wosl, the chef
d o'tivrc of tlie artist,
IS NOW OK KXllirtlTION
AT THE AC A I IF MY OF FINK AllTS,
No. UV, CIIF,lsNl;T STIIK.F.T,
In addition to the KN I IHE Art Collection of lite Academy.
Admitiencv.'io cents; season '1 iekets,W cents, ti-14 liu
T'ENSINOTON II ALL. THIS POl'DLAR
l ptsce of Entertainment, Not. Krrjand lltllKRMAN-
H'Wfl Avenue ant! tun N KhUUMt Mreel (esuioiMiieo
IHiyean, ago Uy Mr. .lohn Lips), has been enlarged and
rvnovated, and now possesses at ractions unetuelled by
any other estatilifhnient of the kind in Ihe cltv-
A lurge and eltlelent Orchestra, under the direction of
Prol. F Lo.se, has been engaged, and a choice prOLt'amine
or Vocal and Inetromcutal Mlllc wt tie pro.lueeil eaon
evening, free of expense to flie atullen.'e. 'I'lte Concert
liooin Is lurire. airy, aud coinnto'lloui. the relrest mentt
superior, and the attcniUnts polite ami aecoininotlatlng.
au'.i-iin tir.DtitT liuitNUPiit, rro,irietor.
JKKK CONCKUT SALOON.
The subscriber has oaened the large and commodious
SAI.lllIN, Willi extensive
SI MMF.lt OAKIlI.N.
N K. (JUItNK.lt OF FHANKMN HTKEF.T AND til It Alt!)
A V EN U K,
d has engaged a full Orchestra, unttor tho leadership of
PROFESSOR A. IIKUTEL.
who will nightly perform a ouulce prograuiuie of National
ami other alls.
pleasant place to pass an evening free of charge.
the ptoprietor is determined ins establishment ahull not
tu&Vlni l Hit IS riAN KF.N I SCIll.l-.lt.
(- tAl lilli ASlllAl, U. 1 UK MtJIin-
Ing of ihe tfuh ul H..,tfinlier. t llrown Mart itolt,
itt.(. S yetl's ohl, w Itb out white hind li nt 1 he owner
wlllili-Hsf mil Ht the lM iot'of Hltband MlxUiStrt'ets Kall
roati,wlu ru hbe cnu bo seen. It"
J. T. ClIF.NKY'rl TEMPKRED
HKEI MKI.OHKii.Ni. J l. Olmneya
new discovery for teuilierhiK Uei-ds hut
proved t be tha most va'll ihln invention
foronlcknsi-so! vinration, toucb and iturahluty, ever In
vented JOHN MAItSII,
II K-'lt No.lKH ritUBNTJT Street, Philadelphia.
II A INKS BROTHERS' CEI.R-
brated New ork Iron Friiras, Ovcr-tlruiiK
; nrnss now Bcale i-iunn rones.
So. 1102 CIII'.SNI T fltreet, l'hllailelihln.
MARSH'S MUSIC STORK, No.
II 'J CHUHNUT Htrei.Tniia tf phiii, 4olf
An, nt tnrllatnttfe llrotoerH I'rcmmra rnniuiw,
altsu.n tali Bl'tttuiit Souniiiiiii Hnr (.tiitrii.
Mii-.lr.Miu-lriil liiKtran entH, mill MiiHjcal Mi'rcl.niidiso of
evi-n dp-cription, wholesale and ri'tail. J-t2 31
Mccoiiu-lliilia l'laiu.s ittiiui in excimiiKti auu iur iuiv.
Order by nml promptly executed. Opua cvcqiiiki.
TIJHU4T lJStjAni-,S, v A lA H till t
WITIi THE UTMOSr BUCCE88,
lR. VON MOSCIIZISKKR,
Author of the recently publlnhisl work,
EAR: ITS DISKASES AND THEIR
Oftice.Ni. mi WALSUT Street.
to tjie rrnuc.
It is with crtnsidtirahle lattHfAcilon that Ir, Voi
Uototii.'.ktr can nay thai hit am-cenH liu lnd(d teen
threat t Ihh gin ct kh In ttit morn Kratitylny ai it is cutlrely
uwitifj to lb" numentua CIj Ji;S ha has eiTi'Ctcd tn tlie
almo iiiaiRtiitr, a nu i lie inur8i ihh pa'iuntti (uQi'nff
whomnrf muip very Inliuentml oltton) iiavp, irom a
rfit -1 jtiitlrr- ami KratruDe, tnKin to proimne it. i nir
tftstiuiniiia'ii, wenteu In I tie ver hiMkust terms, cau be
exumined nt lii tttlice. No lhi7 WALNl-T h net.
lr. Von WOBcliiskerliah l hia publl-ilied work and the
mai.y diftleiiit Cffct ne na tre nu vviui succesa unaar
Hietr hoik e. timved what ne in au to uerioriu in ran pro-
IVuhtonui CMpacity. F(ir iitiinernua paticiitit rourceMily
tent him by them', find kind uoilcck ot him and hir works
iiitheti uudicai juuiiiul, he remnis tht-nt lmhlic thuniiu.
AHl'AHA t lTK.
The apl'Hratim cnatrnted tv It. VON MOSCIIJfl
K Kit, hn tin- iiTiitiiieiit of the nbnvc miilatili.i hah hren by
tiif h t-lieat metlical uutlMiiitien mul all wt examined it
pioiiiiuiH' d ihe rcute!.t nieiH. al Hueni tor tho ture of
lihAKNK.rt, T1IKOAT DIStASKH, CATAJCKit aud
Tin we w tio snftVr ftfiu any of those ma'nd ei have now
tin bt'Ni and HHiet' uieiinn f obtniuiiiK eure.
All TM-rhoin whoroiiHU t Dr. VON mo.hi'IIZISK Kit may
rt'lv tliai he will k' Unin a rand Id ooinlmi of their itise,
and what he in able to do lor them. Olhce lutf WaLNI T
CARD TO THK LADIKS.
ll l'ONCO-8 i()U)KN J'M.LS FOR FF.MIBS,
liitrtJllblo in corrertinif, reuUtin', antl removing all
ulx-triK lloiii from whutoer eaiieN.and uiwaytt
aucua-'tul ai a prevoniive.
These Villi are nothtnjrnew. and have been uu-d by the
Ineur tor many year, both in France and A muni:, with
iiiipnrH.se.id hiiciTh In every cani-; and lit is iirtil by
tniti.y tnoiihaud htdiea who have uaed them, to made the
1'iiIm piildif for Ihe allH.lutlon oi thuoe aulleruitf from
am breiiiarltien wbalov4ir, as wtll as to prevent an in
i iiieoi iHinil liereheaU will not permit It. Venules
pu uilarl Mtutetl, or tl.imo ui)ponik' t)nmelves ure
eautiuix d nt'iiiiiht uln4 thehe plda while in tlmt eondilion,
hf tbe prop.ieior acKuiueH uo n'poiiHibiiiiy alter the above
aiiun nt'Hit., Hid. oiiub their millneio would pruvent any
iiiiMhiefio health, otherwlN tne I'lils an rec!iniiundo4.
b od and explicit d'reetio' a iMViimp.in.viiiK each bos..
nice ai, m nix hoxm fT I . sld wholenale and retail
t HiH trPowinii ImiiKHth :
I : llilt . Wli'te & Co., No. M S. FiHirth street.
Wnuht rV HlddMll, No.ll'.t Market utreet
A Mnreshall, c irner of Tbl ti enth and MarKe. Ntreets.
etttlcr A smith, corner ol -ond autl .i.een utiei-tn.
TiMtu A t'o.
.li-hitMin, llolloWHy A C'owdeii, and
s. ( . 1 Im oiir. (' iti.tii-n.
At letail bv all drut-Kfa' t.
Limit'!-, by nendtni;
()NK 1 OI.l.AK
1 ii i illter HH'tit, can bnvr the
i'll I.H SI NT rnSFlHKNTI AI.I.V,
Uy miiH, to any purl i f the cuy or country, free of
H 1 HOWK,
?m No.iM". V. TJIlll I'V-HIX ill Street, N'.V.
1 R.I.A1'0UTKS MKK KI.IX1R HKSTOUKS
I " to mini!)
ViK'Tiill h ure iiih-rinn fro a impaired
ISl'lt 11) l.l
v, ftoroiis Ueiiiniy, i,mvnH oi ,Siiriiit, i.ohh
,Vc., v ti!i her aritini innii the eritvuU of a
e, vi fhti e Htiulv, or nttiseitl.tr fifurt. Trhre,
t j.iiidlo unv ml.lHk.liv H.O. ITI1VM, No.
II Stiei-t. t 'In iihi ri itrnt in-e.
i oi Mi in. , v.
J !. fii-iii n !
y.-. h. l.iiiin
VKJt AND AGL'K C Cltl'.I). LTIIAM'S
ever und .V. lie Snecitle is win r.intfil t- cure any
nt nulls and Fi-voi - J ry It .unl be cmviin i-.i. rrn-.i,
l. M ill isl .iid to Biiv adilrets, by S.t', UI'llA.M, No.
;'.i s. i;iiili'i'ii rsirei t. clrLtihirs sent inc.
t KTIIMA CT'Rl.1). 1U.1.1KF (il'AHAN
J teeii in till liiliintes. ami a lierinaiifilt .-ure i ir.-ctiil
I. y Un- usi of "riiluiln s Asthma I 'iur." r.lsi' of Iruhl
li 11 to tv, tut V VI ills' si mul in.; , I hi at Hire to 11 llnl'li"!.',-.
ri'ice, s. nt ii.isi i ,11 i.t louiiv uiiiiri'is.ny h.i .1 riiA.vi,
Sii.:'.j S. I'.ltlllTll Sireet, fir .ol. its sent li'i'i.'.
A I II V V R O O T K 1)
V Him low luivheuil, ami all ..nrls of th" tifuly. In
live iiiliuiles, wlt.'iinit linnrv lo the skill, ly ' I li'i-ltu s
ln'illni.irv I'owiter. ' rrir,'. SI. .Mnl:i-il to any a.hlrtss
lor M--'-'..lij H.r. I I'lIAM, No. H. KU 111 1 11 Htrent.
Cili iilius still U'ee.
DO YOU Ct H.OR YOrit WHISIvK.llS AS I)
Moiistielie.- if so.iihe the' Jun.uii-sc Hair Slain. '
Nn hair ilje lu ihe world e-iual toil. iJiiIvumi' irt'rii
llun ; cnli. is a natural black or lir.wn. i I'll AM, No. ii
ft. F.li.ll l'ti Sin ut, s-jle atf.nl. Cili cents a liox. svCMhslm
THOUSANDS 01 TEETH
EXTRACTED WITHOUT TAIN.
I'ft'.ent ailld for, Mvnw ltivi utlon, a I)-iiMe Ke
vtiMi.ieS.il ttiiustiiiK sit'ftity Valved InlmUT, for admin
luu Nitroiii f xUlo (id), and fXlisitlin. witltuut
ji.ilti. 'i'ht onij utodo UiULiiti (.; uu b properly aud
DIl. O. Ij. MUNNS,
Ho. 71 BPltUtU; bTKKKT.
IAT1tiNTKD JULY 19, lHtU.-JOSKlMl
MOITKT, Klt vo de FitriH, 1-rem h htctuu ltyolng
mitlcijurliiK on any kind oi wvaitiig uniiart'l, lor Lidieif,
enu, uttd ( tiildreii. rtttiH apiarntiu lor Mrcii'hum
yurniH fuiin one to five Im hea. No. KAt K HirctH.
iiiuuuit JNo. yv8. JS1MU bnu.t.i'UUaaciphta. ftuii.Mi
ACKKVB AUCTION KOO.MS, No.
C. C. MAfRKT. Anrllnneer, aollrlia t-on.lfnm'-ntf at
fUMlUM, WARKn, A I'll M f MCII A M I IMK,
Of alt elfid. frtr ittil l r .ale at his Aurtlon Ur.oois, and ha
wl,l attend pe-eor t W t.. .alc4 of
KK 1. t.Sl AIK. AMD 8TOrK
At the FmhanrT"
HOI'HI Iiryt.ii PURMTttltK
At Tmc'JiPRS. ani
Mdilil OF MEUCII AXIHr.
At tha storr of ttic owt,era.
t'sslt wttl he advnttrrd when dellrM on cnnsbnimontt of
IttKls for puhhe sale
QUI TIIU lUiBTHI
BrLES DID STEIL ENGRAVISG3 ! !
IltOM f! DTJtlltVPITS HY HHADY,
Ami (lie Only
COUHLCT I.1KKNKPSKS I'V Bl.ISH I' ll.
1. PreBident Abraham Lincoln,
2. Litnlt'nfit.t-Gcneral U, S. Grant,
3. Major-Gcueial G. B. MoOlcllan,
4 Major-Gtneral W. T. Shcrinaii,
D. Major-Guieiul W, S. Hanoook,
rrlnled on thi k Plate Paper, I 0x'4 liKhet.
iiiit i: ti-ot uAcii.
t.opics sent lij maii on lecelpt of prht.
AOF..NT8 WAM tH Tl HELL KVKIll WIIKKR.
L1BKUAL DISCOUNT TO THE TRADK.
J. V. 1'II'CIIHR,
Book, Allium, Picture, and Frame Store,
No. HOK CHI SSUT Stnset,
a yojt Philadelphia.
J MtiFUKKRON'H 1'OLTTH 'AL
HIsrOKY OK TlIK
tor u- hy
JAMKS K STMOV.
V 'I -'it
No.. 11 H. .SIXTH Wirctt, Uovo Chflllilt.
This Invaluable work formi (nUm-ifa comDlete Iitrar
of tiaetnl liiforn-ati(n. i'ublished In varioni ntylcs of
AOKNfV Ftnt rnn,ArKLriii v.
P-21 -Jit Ki'.WS. SIXTH St., above Che-tnut.
fJTJEWEN STODDAET & BROTHEE,
irvt pnrcltspd t Hit lamo Auction Ftlot In 5rw York
and riillnd(lihia since Hit recent ntavy
1KCI,IN1C IN (OI.I.
FRKNCU MEU1N0KH, 17'..
rilKNCfl HEIIIN3K.S1, l-t...
FKK.N JII IIKUNOF.9, $JH0.
HiKNCil Ml.HIiOl.S,:i iO.
uich l'LAii) roi iiNS,
80I.lt COLOU8 rOPUNS,
HUI.1II COI.OIt) Mnrs81..I.NK HF. LAISKS,
LII.II BLACK 8II.KC,
From the auction tslt of
Messrs. II. SCI1M1KUER & SON'S Fabrics,
SAXONY TV OVEN DRESS GOODS,
COMl'ltlNINO THE llltST 8TYI.KH OV
AI.L-WOOL PtAIll C'AMIMKKK,
ALL-WOOL FILLING TOIL IIP MOKD,
A1X-W60L FULIVil SCOTCH PLAID C1IALIT,
ALL-WOOL VILLI NO TAltTAU PLAID Oil ALLY,
Is.UXN OHOLMi LAsriNU, tplcndld cotura,
hiATlS-OltOUSD LA'-TINO, Scotch patternt,
NTltlPFD 01O.PK KAYK,
SCOTCH PLAID LLAMAS,
IlKAUTIFt'L I -MON CUbCKS,
IlKAUTtri:L FANCY CUKCKS.
Pflccaof tlie Above rango from Co Willi, upwari-s, and
the stock comprlsos tlie best and most varied assortment
we ever offered.
Manchester MouBseline Be Laines at 50 Ow,
OTJEWEN STODPART & BROTHER,
Not. 5C,lr.i,and 434 N. SECOND STBKET
i ti -t Above Willow.
H FOUBTH AND AECH,
Newest lall HI lies, ia pei-yard.
London Wet End Htyle, lO,
rarl8Htlo Harder Do. ,
Molro A.ntlitie, K7.
Iiobt Blaolc Moire A.ntlitie.
FlrHt iullt.v lilrtolc Hlllcs.
"lrst iunllt llrown BllUtj.
LADIES AKE INTITKD TO 8KB TIIE NF.W SILKS.
GOOD STOCK OF EVERYTHING.
ANOTIIKlt (iHAND KAI.I.VI
By Invitation oi the Members of the Union Let;iie, thi
HON. WILLI MI I). KELLEY
YILL ADDKE8 THE
"ltlzon of lMillailclplila.
Vithuii. illstlnetloii of Party,
' ISSUES OF THE CANVASS,"
THTJKSDAY EVENING, September 22.
AT 8 O CLOCK.
THE UNION LEAGUE HALL,
(LATE CON'CKUT HALL.)
AM who fiel Impressed with tho Inporlance of tho
ptnilirg electoral canvass upon ththjlt fiituieot tha
lepublli' tre eameslly Invliedto bt pretei.t on this occasion.
All who d.sli c to hear tha merit! of men and principle!
dUcussed tally, fulily.daliberutely. fearltstiy, and man
fully, are Invited lo attend.
Hood leal l provided lor an, tin ojw
LINCOLN AND JOHNSON.
UNION CAMPAIGN CLUB.
OKIKR No. I.
7'i ( '-ib wll Mt.'nii-i.' lor ptUftflt on
BATUEDAY EVENING, 24th last.
A T 1 1 K A 1 Q I T A 1 ITK 1 IS,
!,II'-UHV -l lri.KT.l.KLOW HKTH
i J Ti i-i"W''"Cl' i v. ill lt- ,iiovJp(l (or All I'm
ft .) f Vr -bi. lift1- ir'xjintrJ tii rMiwiD Hjv44
YVV. It KF.KV,
jiiiin (i. niTi.F.r.,
(KOItnK T Tli lllV,
WILLIAM VIM WAHf),
JOHN M. ItlLKT,
and t! i? 1ii.iiaIiik aids
Ilf NJ. II IlllOV N,
.IAS. M' M NF.S,
HOB! , T DILL,
MILK M. ADAMS,
THOMAS 1 l( KSON.
KII'll'KO M. HATrilRS,
lie SKY M. I NTV UK,
OFii. W. IIAI KFU.
WM. II. K. 8KI.HY,
I.YTl.K J Ill ltMT,
A lid twenty. six Assist nut Marshals, wh wilt takt tvstl
tion In Die prxices-lon In the foiloiTtna; order:
. JOHKPH 11AII.KY,
ii. t.KO. W. iit'HAKKKB,
. A. 1.1 LOMI'.liKELT,
1 HKN.lAMIN ALLKN,
S. A. WILSON 1IK.NU7.KY,
. W II. IIAKNKS,
I. WILLIAM F.LLIOTT,
S. FltAKK JOHNSON,
!. TIIOH. II. ANUIKIKKK,
II). 1IKS1IY C. IIOWKLL,
II. A'tF.L, LtJKbMA,
12. NATHAN SfEltIKO,
18. AI.F.X. M. FOX,
It. ALIIF.1IT C. HOBKKT.
I.'.. FltKlitvltlCK UOLUI'.llT,
!. ANDIIKW VMtlltllT,
17. lll'.XUY A 11. IHMWN,
IK. CIIAHLH'.S II. CKiMP,
ID. (iMlltUK DKHAVKN,
StO. (IF.OKOK W. I orti,
il. (IF.OItOiK A HMNII.
4. F.. T. CIIASK,
t. OF.OIttiK II A KT,
'.'. THOMAS S. F.I.I.IS,
IT: IIAUTON II. .IBNKS,
20. THOMAS HU.LAS.
niemberi of Die I'eoDio'e CampalKn Club of iHiI
ure Inv ited to Join thU ori'nulatlot. and all traf and lor
citUeni Mho aie dctonnined o utdin and roarve th
tlovernntent from the aNsuult of open and covert traitor
arc requested to join iu our ranks, and march with u$ t
tS Ol'HCl'. OK TUB CITY BOUNTY"
landCon.inlsluii,l. HiPKI'NR Street.
In future, all certificates of niustor aud credit pre
senti d to this Coinnitbsiou h.h c'ainis for tinonty, must ot)
F.MiOIC-KI) HY TliF. I'ltOI'KR OKFICF.K AT V.KM?.
to the itin t tl at the n crolt-a o aiceiitod and reonirti
into the lorvlce oi the I'tuted 8 met.
H.P. K.IN J, Pre lent. .
KmiKRi M. Moi'Ui , Jr., SerrtUry. I' -t
l'UOSl'KC'TUS UK THK
OI.U lJURNINQ SPRINGS OIL COMPANT fc
OF WKST VIKGINIA.,
C-VI'ITAL STOK, OSE MtLLIOK DOLLAKS.
llW.COO BHAKF.S OF STOCK.
tj.rl RETAISK1" IN TltF.ASl'HY FOlt DEVBLOP
MKNT rt ND.
DI HORIPTION OF PROPERTY.
Konr or five acres in fee wuh celebrated UltAOY WBI.L .
lir.ducnic ten tmnels, Willi em.'inN. Ac.
Four or flvt acres In fee wiin o ie well on it with oil ua
viorkcd. Lt'sstH-s went into HUiell on.
Nl MIlKIt 111.
One-half of fee of m7Mea.scd nt one-ttilrd of oil In Irosi
tiotind barrels ; a Kirouuoinh' well, about three acroti tty
ubout unlit ba rcia.
7l'MHKIt I .
One tlilril Intiribt In three una n lulf nrrea In fee wltfc
tlie nlil liatnl-oiii ton inii veil on It, bolonginif to Ut land.
il 11 IIKK Y.
About tlx tcret In fee; no wil.
N i M IIKK VI.
About three acrts In lee; no well.
Threeac'etlnfeeatl flKIt lll'KNINa HPItlNO.wltti
tlie McLean vtcllon if, worked In haivet; Uftetn liarrela.
Nt MllhK YII1.
1 '1 e acres in fee ; no we 1. I
Nl M.1UI 1. i
One-litlfof thrco linndreu ai d tenty-ono lots each, tea
r-ifls mi.ari , inaK iu In nil one bund ed and live acrtt.
Jvh lion tie i liHMNU tsPKIMl klfi. between the traMt
til the Unthbono lui.d. In.uied a'.elr above and bel w It it
theliest lin.iill.lUK oil tenif.ry ol UUltNIIHl -KlWu
Nlnet acres, unillvhle.l hair owned by the New York
Couiliulit ; ver irouiisiuK tiaet; well cinlalnlnK oil twa .
hiil'illi d feel d't P. whs hoed III IBOI ; pariy borioK thea '
Vient ir to Itebeliton. T his tract adjoint tlit atliboM ;
lliirnlnj curing Lands.
M'MliKIt M. 1
F.TP.BMM. I'KNTUK WKLL. I
Three-nnsr.tis luerest; lease of ulKiut two acrtt;'
i -in v vi ais : aoliiect to one-iinrd royally ; one ot tut Mat
locatlnn't tin oil) It hu" leiili-to rods front on Klvtr
Kananha the best wharLuja u bu found (a yery Import-
lint mint), two ln ik one 01 two tlnm-a iu oarren id
itroiinil.one of twelie tiunilreU narrels on Kniunj,iw
tlHUlinlt. lions. s, a lame stable, ll tine fi'teen horse power
ii .ur.i ti.lIt.l.M.l ll.m, !
ennui, not. svtu iiii.uu! ,iiK ......... J ,
monih,twnellt bein! Imr d one huurtrod and soveuty W
leit eoch.w tb nKKin iifacneu to eniuie, iuuiiik, sse.
These lands ait- uninii il ml a ei t to ihe nl.ii HuiiHrHO
Si-niM s. Wirt counts. VlrKinla und inint upon the Llult
ktnawha river. itli ttooil whailuse. troia this point ihe
oh can l.e shli ptid 10 riirHorsoutg, on me uuiuuiwini.
Ililj cents a ba.n l. b Ihe liver.
Thei-e lunes nie ail ucont In the tract reeentl) I Id t
the lliirn nu i rinus 1'rtri. eum I'.iinpany," ot New Turk.
Vibote iuilll Is liio million dollars, and ai nearly e Ual
In isToiliii live value to the Mcsr York l'oluianr s Und,
and iu pruhuet-uve viilue art belltvtd lo be In uo way
"(levcial of these Uui iiiiiB HirluB Wells wort first bored
111 IMil, ami till II lillillne.l at a uepin Ol I M iiunuiris
three hundred feet as much as Jour AnnireJ barrelt
in ril i v. Hn were abandoned on Hie orekluit o.U of
the Keiielllou." The n shirunon 01 order has caused capl
lahsts to look tothl see loll. Ibis Is unilolllitidlj th
host nil n tion In Ylruinia, at can be asctrtalned by inquiry
ol any oni leuilllur Willi thai sieiion oi c iuntry.
While ibese will, a liuiu tw.. hundred tj throe hundre
feet ais pare now ylelilinj In m twenty to thirty barrel!
he. iiav. il ha. been demonstrated that by berlmi them to'
he dei.th of mr bunlied lu .even hiinired fint I be third
taudelona will bt ieuci.nl, at us done at Oil l ily, and
a larie. tn! i oi.sl.ot si.pplv oi oil obtained. It Is proposed
hi tin. company l" expend irrmy-.tirr i."s;in( 'frt at
pun-In boruiK iinih t Ihe siii' r,uti iid. m e ol a reliable en
tuieer.the present wells deeper, aud a iiujibtr of new
um s lot still lilt-liter depth. j....Jr
Ti"-1 reii-' ii. . i i this ro iiHiity rourt the fullest inquiry
mint irin'sionMin id' to thr Iw utiuii end rhumcter Uitu
' 'rtVe nnHf.neth r ot Imperfeetly developed wells now on
tl.ete li nils o;iM nmbablv ailord an linuiediaio dividend
M .' ' " eul. u Lnth.i.n a capital o a ..;...;
bill no especial reliaii. e is based upon the present produc
II , of ha IU bored ami ne-lc. te.l wells, but upon tin, lulur
lev. loniiicllt of bill l believed to De tne misi pi-oiaiain .
rai no"l t" thai owned Uy the celebrated Columbia OU f,
1 'i"h L ,d. w be ,urchse.. and l'i.OOO retained in the
tri , surv ... d ieh. ..ne mil. so lb.it liirtner asse
mem.' mr Uevelopu,. whl n,l prole.. b quired.
'i en Tliousallil Khures ol stuck will ue oiiortu a. (ivv
l. illai. per share, at the u.lico of ( rk80N 00.,
No. l.'l M TtllKH stnt,
it, H,,.i;lrird Itnnli, on und aitor WKDNKSDAY,
Kp'Vbel'";. l"'t, "bee V mapcan be seen and rintiier
hi OC K HOI.DK KS MbK UM, , vf
FAitMiii:s .siii um."';" i";.
I'HII lliM liii i.f-' iiwi.i.. -
,,,enil meetilil-'Ol the St... kholders ol thturmtra
.11 v Ik "' Hhllaiiolph.a will be he'd at I Heir
11... ,1 I t.;- ' . Tilt liHI.A Y, ll.e -IMU day ol - lolooer
lialiKiot . ...rihe luirooteol takln Into
lull, in ii ovi "! t. , nhelhcr or
leralion, o.i -........ . ..V..; .'. .revlns'.
, , l . i, i'i.r.nrrvlns'.
.. . b .. i . . 111.11K si an i iv. iiii. i.i i .. .....
HI '' "" .. i ,V, .Tl. I', mnionwealtl.: enllUed
il'. ' Ail Lnablina ihe W.h..f 0:.. Coiuueiu-reaill, to
l.. ! .me Assoi'taiions l
ll.t I'lirposO of Hi.ikhiK uni.er
'U.r d . ,d t" tskc .... h action l.l re.ard thereto a
in iv In- ni ressarj anil pro.r.
' yUr the'lioard o, roS. Jr.. Chief.
. i, rMi,'vr I-MVI'.TISITV"
tr-r-,- I. ANY I)1'.I'.UU.'IH."I""'
i-- f .,.nu,,lviinla.
At..mv.llIcol,in,en.eoBKt 3 w
b Hon. liEOKiir. hllAKSWOOU. DW-Ut
iS- DEAVNKSH AND BLJNDN'8?-
lattea. M I)., l-rofeasorof Iht Kyt and Bar, Jr-MJ
all dlstatatapptrtauiiiw 10 u.io
Iheiilliiostsmcesl. i estlmouialt from . tl e
uie nrH o .. --- V-ul,
Mo. bl I 1M M K Hireei. ArUlb lal Kytt ln-d J"'"'T
Ho eha.ges mad. for .aaiuiuathin. iT
llA.i..J lolt-.M. a. bU iK blwtt, ul us
nrees In tne oily ana eoiiimy o" "J" "'VT, .li,11ut o