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SATURDAY, JUNE l, 18flG.
Passage of the Constitutional Amendment
by the Senate.
Thb Constitutional amendment, as proposed by
the Reconstruction Committee, and as modified
tj the Sonato, passed that bodjr yesterday by
fie unexpectedly large vote of thirty-three to
eleven the affirmative vote, being Just three
fourths of the whole vote cast. It is geucrally
understood that th Houso will promptly concur
In the 8cnate's amendments, so that we may pro
bably consider the measure as In its final shape.
It will then go to the Legislatures of the se feral
States for their aporoval or rejection. The cor
respondentof a morning contemporary predicts
that the President will veto the measure. Tats
assertion Is based upon a misconception. It is
notat all certain that the Presidont would veto the
amendment as tt now elands, even if It were pre
sented to him for h's approval. But proposed
Constitutional amendments do not need the Pre
sident's signature. The language of the Consti
tution upon this point Is as follow: "The Con
gress, whenever two-thirds of both Houses shall
deem it necessary, shall propose armndmcnts.to
this Constitution, or on tho application ol the
Legislatures of two-thirds of the several States,
shall call a convention for proposing amend
ments, which, In either case, fbull bo valid to
all intents and purposes, as part of this Consti
tution wheu rntilied by the Lcpwlatures of three
fourths of the seveial States, or by conventions
in three-fourths thoreof, as the one or the other
mode of ratification may be proposed by the
It will be seen from the above that, the pro
posed amendment does not go to the President.
It Is true, Congiess sent the Anti-Slavery amend
ment to President Lincoln, and he signed tt, but
ho explicitly affirmed that there was no neces
sity for his signature to secure its validity.
It is fortunate that this great measure, in its
final form, goes to the people with what may
fairly be claimed as the unanimous approval of
the Union party. It has been thoroughly dis
cussed, and all its provisions well weighed. It
carrios with it the moral power of the endorse
ment of three fourths of the Senate, aud more
than two-thirds of the House of Representatives.
It embodies the matured Judgment of the repre
sentatives of the loyal masses of the people. As
such, we have no manner of dou'it it wilt ba
overwhelmingly endorsed by the people them
selves. Tl.e mnin modification of the amendment
made in the Senate was in tho third section. As
that section stood in the amendmeat as it cane
from the House of Representatives, it disfran
chised, for ten years, all persons who had taken
part in the Rebellion. The Senate has substi
tuted lor this a provision excluding perpetually
from all office?, civil or military, under the
United States, or under any State, all such per.
sons engaeed In the late Rebellion as. had pre
viously, either as members ot Congress, officers
of the United States, Legislative, Executive, or
Judicial officers in any State, taken an oath to
support the Constitution of th? United States.
This will ioiever exclude from ofice all the in
telligent ieading tiaitors, while it extends cle
mency to the humble and scluced masc?.
FINANCE AND COMMEIIUE
Ofjick of the Evening Telegraph, I
Saturday, June 9, 18U(i. f
The 8tock Market opened very dull this morn
ing, but prices vtere steady. Money continues
plenty at about lormer rates; loans on call are
freely oflered at 6 per cent.; mercantile paper
is scarce, and ranges at from 7 to 10 per cent,
per annum, as to quality. In Government bonds
theie is very little doing. 5-20s sold at 1022; ll)9j
was bid for 6s of 1881; 10?J for730s;96 lor HMOs;
State and City loans are in fair demand. Penn
sylvania 6s sold at 90j; and new City 6s at 96
Railroad shares are unchanged. Camden and
Amboy sold at 129; Pennsylvania Railroad at
05 ; Reading Railroad at 54j54J, a
slight advance; and Catawissa preferred
at 26, a slight advance. 39 was bid for Little
Schuylkill; 55 lor Norristown; 62 for Lehigh
Valley; 30 for Elmira common; 43 for preferred
do.; 31 for Philadelphia and Erie; and 43 lor
City Pa'sengci Railroad shares continue dull.
Cbesnut and Walnut sold at 58. 21 was bid
for Thirteenth and Fifteenth; 38 for Spruce and
Pine; 18 tor Hestonvilie; 13J for Ridge Avenue;
and 38 J for Union.
Bank chares are in good demand. Mechanics'
sold at 30. 140 was bid tor First National; 141
for Philadelphia; 123 for Farmers' and Me
chanics'; 53 for Commercial; 30$ for Mechanics';
95 tor Kensington; 50 for Pcnn Townnhip; 52
for Girard; 80 for Western; 62i for City; and
57 for Union.
Canal shares are Crmly bold. Schuylkill Navi
gation preterred sold at 33i13j; and Lehigh
Navigation at 65 je5j, an advance ot J. 26 was
bid for Schuylkill Navigation common; 120 for
Morris Canal preferred; and 15 for Susque
The New York Tribune this morning says:
"Money is increasing in ease, and at 66 por cent,
borrowers are readi.y suppled, f rime short paper
is tcaree and snleaiJ at low interest as low as 5 per
cent, lor olioice short bil s but long eoarairernonts
are not in favor. 1 be alarm shown at every rumor
of trouble anion I tho national bonks is very sljnn3
cant, and should teach borrowers caution. It is
well known that a lartre majority of t'loso institu
Hons live luamlf upon their circulation, and that
any attempt to make them re ieera thoir notos in '
legal tendor would loroe thorn into liqui
dation by scores For tho present lr. Mo
Culloeu lias abandoned his ellort to bnuir
aoout specie payments, and is the leading
ii.flationlst ot the dnv; but this cannot last,
and borrowers must be oarelul and not oe too much
ex anded wnen he returns, as he must, to the prin
ciples Ol his Foit Wayne speion and his annual
report. The country cannot adoid to cuutinue busi
. news upon irredtemab e paper and Hnocuslully com
pete with nations paying specie; and to speoiu we
must return at no d. stunt nay. I he return, come
by what route it may, will cause urea' digress to
all who am deh ors during the process and are
obliged to pay debts with aueU dailv shrinking
under the appreciation ot paper and void. The use
of paper money bv the Treasury dur nv tho It bol
llon was a dmperam resort, aud its cost has yet to
le borne bv the country."
rhe Chicago Iribune says:
"There are oi mpluints from e'lquar!e-s to day, of
a scare ty of currenoy. and the money market may
salelv be reported to be siringent. Tte heavy re
ceipts of pram for ten dav past have causod a con
stain drain on our banks, and large amounts or
curreuoy have been daily rent Into the interior of
I linols, Wisconsin, lo va. and Minnesota llenoe
the bankers are not as wei. prepared to u iply the
pubiie as formerly, and they have to make a closer
discrimination of the paper offered for discount.
Kates, however, are steady at 10 per cent, per
annual at the banks, and la lj per oeut. per mouth
on the street. The supply ol Eastern exchange to-aay
TUB DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH.
ws rrrater than the demand, but not rroater than
it l.as teen (or a dav or (wo past. The scare ty of
currency, however, has weakened (he msrtot. and
we note a decline In rst a. The onnntr rates at the
larks were im-pulsr, ranginc at 110W120 discount
culna- and par at 110 premium aet'in. Ktiuiidlots
were fold among tankers at HfXaJlSO discount.'
The Cincinnati Commercial as:
"the tendency towards olosenes that the money
market had a week ago, has been msin'ainod ainoo,
and tt is now in more ot a pinch than it has boen
heretofore for a lone time, the lega ar demand for
loans is ennsid' rable, et it neo snarl y anpears
lamer, when as is now the case, thore is a scaroity of
cuiteticy. Money is regarded as readily worth 10
per cent, on se'eot customers' paper, and 12 on first
class outsiders', wnile it Is said that tomegi.od names
will stand as heavy a rate as 18 por 0' n pi r annum.
xchantft has increased in supply during the week,
mainly through the ofler ngs of ban is here and iu
the inter or, that were In want of monoy."
I'lllUDKM'lUA 8T0CK KXCI1ANUK HALES TO-DAT
Reported by De Haven t bra No. 40 S. Third street
SinO I'a r 90J
4 en Cam & A lots 129
1 4(0 city tun, cap t)
iU0 do....KSO 06
8tC0 do munc&p 961
(KOpb 8teh Coal.o 2
lOOsh hchvpf....c 83)
6 Mi Ix'hlarhNav .. 65J
0sb Xs'orristown. Is 66
stt do VMl
2sh do UJ
124 h l a h lots 6')
2 'it M l'cnna Si
lODsh Mew Creek
60 ah do
10 sb t hesfcWalnnt 58
IHII. AO' A GOLD KXCIIANUE OUOIAIIOXS
10 A W 13!H 12 M 140
11 A M 3d3, 1 V. V 1304
II as fib, DrmiKY & Co. quote as follows i
Jtitffiru He Imi)
American Gold 1;)HJ 13tj
A unrican Silver, js and is 130 181
American Silver Dimes and Ha t Dimes 120 121
l ei csvlvania Currency 55 45
New Ytrk Exchange Par. par.
Messrs. DcIIaven & Brother, No. 40. South
Third ttrect, make the following quotations ol
the iates ot exchange to-day at ;
1 P. M. s-
American Gold 13J1
An oilcan Sllvor, $s and is 131
Ciiniound Interest Notes:
" " June, 1t04. ... I2J
tiuty, iniii.... lit
August, 18' (4
Oclober, 14. ..
in ay. 1866...
August, 18f.r. . ,
Ootober. 115. .
Pblladelolila Trade Rnnnrt-
SATrnDAT, June 9. Tho stock of F.our Is now
reduced to a very low figure, and most of It consists ot
interior ai d unsound lots, which are not wanted. Thore
Is a steady home consumptive demand at yesterday's
fgnres, and about 1000 barrels were disposed oi at i
8 Mi t barrel lor supei fine; !)('i)i0 lor extra) lU5n
lor tood and choice oi'th western extra taiuliy; H.-HM
76lor leunHy,vania and Ohio) and at higher rlguies
lor tancy branos, according to quality. K.e Flour l
very quiet, but steady at 6M. Prices of Corn Meal
1 he receipts of Wheat continue small, and prime Is
fearce and wanted tOO buch spring soul at aj-JS, and
ii liO I.U6b. amber on terms kept seurot! good red Is worth
S2 iC(,2-fO and white 3WS 2i Hye Is scarce and coin
menus 01 -2. The market Is very poorly supplied with
t orn, and yellow Is In demand ut SSc. 'nts are steair,
end w e notice sales ol HOn buhb, l'cunsyi vatila at W4
75c , and lie i.ware a "6c
In Urocerles and Provisions there Is but little doing.
SI ess fork I. sieadv at ;il(r; 1 bin Vess Heel at i0wii
met Hams at 14b JHi; Hams In pickle at !20c. i and Lard
Whisky The den arid Is limited. Smill sa'ej of
Fepns)lvanla at andOlilo at $2 2S&1 23.
On TLursiay. while a hack wasbelui driven
throuph South street, Beston, one of the horses
slipped and fell down upon the pavement. His
fall upset the other horse, and he turned a com
plete summersault over the one ljln? down and
landed at the siiie of him, exactly chantrinfrtueir
former positions. The horss were not injured,
neither was the harness ol the hack.
An ancient document, in a substantial maho
gany iianie, can be seen at the office of the Se
cretary ot State, in the Boston State House. It
is the original charter of the colony of Massa
chusetts with the great seal of England attached,
brought to this country by John Winthrop, in
1630, two hundred and thirty-six years aero.
What an advance in all that make3 a State great
and powerful has Massachusetts made durinsr
that period I
Jf-W-ANAM AKER & HH.OWN,
WAA AKKK & BROWN,
"WANAai AKKK A KfiOWN.
5JrWAKAMAKER A BHUWW.
JTSr-WANAMAKKK & 11KOWN,
-1" WANAMAKtR A BROWN.
II A N I O Ai B C . O I H 1 N ( i..Jl. j
lit -WEST PRIC'KH.
lOHMT PVIC11 8.
10 Wx-bT PRICES.
B1.8T AH ORT VI ENT.f jj
BEST AbSURTMEN f.Jft
BK8T ASSORT .1ENT.'I
BEST AS.SORTMES V.A
M ITU'P A WQlkUTU VUT , 1
-PSFXEPTIONABLR FITS. "
.JjrVNEXt 1PTIONABLE FITS
l-NLXCEl TIOSAKI E FITS
THE PEOPLE PLEASE.TI
THE PKOPLE PLEASED. 1
TUB PEOPLE PLEA8EI).41
OAK HALL, THE 1'EOrLE LEASED M
friK II ALL,
lf-0K II A I L,
f O R. HALL, C52UT1
B E OKKER 8IXTn AND MARKFr 8rSJ
H. E. CORN EH BIXTII AN1 M ARRET BTS "Si
8. K. ORKK.R SIXTH AND MARK El' tO
8 . CORNER MXTH AM MARKET Rt'I
8. E. CcltKtR SIXTH AND MARKET 8rf.3J
JTgp' CENTRAL PHESBYTERI AN CHURCH,
f- corner pt . 10 Hill aud CdERRY wtreets. will
be open lor divine service To-morrow Morning at b H
o i clock, and in tbe evening at 7H o'ciock. l'ruachliiK b?
the Pastor. Rev. ALXA1EU KEK.U D. D.
rsp WEST ARCH STREET PRESBYTERIAN
IT-' CHURCH, corner of EIG1I1 EKNTII Kireot.
Piejchlng at 10X A. M.,by Rev. Dr. EDWARD late
Pastor Communion services at V. P. id. Pioaaratorv
sarvicei This yen Ing at 8 o'clock. 0y
fr" EliENEZER M. E. OHUECH.-REV. T.
.W. 8141'ER-t, Pastor.-Tho discourse com
menced on lart Hundnv mornlns will be concluded next
Kunday morulng Serv cea commcuce at 10 o'clock.
t-venlug at 8 o cloc
REV. JAMKS H. ASIITON WILL
preach In OK EES HILL n LL, 8. K. corner of
J? aua POPLAR K, reets, To-niorrow
atteinoon at X to t o'clock HeaU Irte. Allooidlally
fr- SECOND ANNIVERSARY OP THE
Infant Fchool Mlsslonarr Koeietr conneo ed
With thefOCIH PRESBYTEKIAV CHUKCH. THIRD
and REDW OOD Bir.ets, at 3 o'clock To-ruonow a ter
nooa. rjSf SECOND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
FEVtCM II Street be ow Arch.-The Pastor.
Rev. . R BEADLE, will preach To-morrow tuornlng
and en nlng. Eeivlce at H A. M. and ',H P. M.
rST CARMKL CHAPEL. BROAD, COR
ner OXFORD Street Preaching To-morrow
by Be. DVN B.NKV1N Services at 10H A. M
and 8 P.M. Bsbbaih School. iH P. M.
north baptist church, eiohth
rTT. Street above Master. Preaching To-morrow
uVa' ua 1H p- w- hjr the Pastor, Rev. J, B.
IKjgr RICHMOND PRESBYTERIAN
7i,gg,li'"'A' M- JfcLLY T onew.at
atv?nPRCn 0F THE Nr:vvr TESTAMENT,
MILBY.V). P.FMTH aJ W0D 8"" -Bev'
' XCHESTNUT ST. Zx
Srt ht S x h paQt fr od(l,tu na. Np tal Itoiicei. )
APAMS EXPRESS COMPANY.
In and afttr IUFRDaT, May 1, the
FREIGHT DEP Alt! MENV
Or this Con.pany will be n moved to the Company's
Ke I ullflloK 8 K. cor or LEV -S'ii and MtKKiit
Mreeis. Entrance on fcieveuih 8 leet aud on Marble
A II J'encv and Colleetlon Business will be transae'ed
as hereto ore at ho fiv CiU 8 UT itreet Hmall Pai
rels lud 1 achates si I be reeel e t at ei.lier oilice.
a I leeks will be kentatea' h ofllce. and any exits en
teied Herein ineviius to 6 f. M nil receive att'ntlon
same day, it villi In a reasonable dlptanre irom oiir
( fl ees. Inqnlrles lor ai ods and settiemems to be mad
at Ko m C llkfiM 'l Street.
ISO im JOHN 1)1 SOU AM. BupcrlnteadenL
KT UNITED STATED TREASURY,
Prm.ADKi.miA, June 8 fW. Holders ol twsntT
coupons, and upwards, ol United 8ta es even thirty
loans, due 16th instant, are hereby notiiled tha. ther
niav present them lor examination and count, at this
cfllce, on and alter the 0th instant.
tt. B. BROWNR,
6 9 ' Assistant Treasurer Untied State.
rT WINR OK TAK SYRUP, F.lRCOUtillS,
Co ds and AfTectlonsor the Liuifs. -This mix
Hire Is entirely vegetable, and adords speedy RMIcf In all
F nlBii nury Iilsen-es, neh as Asthma, .pitting ot Blood
Bronchitis, Ao Prepared only bv
HARRIS A Oi IVR, DniRBlstft.
Pon hess' Coiner IEN'111 and Cllt.3NUT street
1 biladelplila. ft Mlmro '
EDWIN HALL & CO.
lo. 28 SdlTIl SEC0M) STREET.
THE ATTENTION OF LADIES
Who aie pieparirijr for the Watering Plaoos or other
Summor Resorts, to their
LARGE VARIETY OF NOVELTIES
LINEN GOODS ONLY,
AT MILLIKE N'S,
No. 828 A31C II Street.
NEW LIN FN LAWN DRESSES.
NLW PRINTED SHIRTING LINENS.
TRAVELLING DRESS LINENS.
CORN COI.OEED LINENS.
FLAX COLORED LINENS.
LINEN DRILLS, Fancy and Plain.
LINEN DUCKS, Fancy and Plain.
LINEN CHECKS, for Bojs' Wear.
IRISH SHIRTING LINENS, Best Makes.
SHIRT BOSOMS, Very Superior.
LINEN DAMASKS, by the Yar l.
TABLE CLOTHS, All Sizes.
NAPKINS AND DOYLIES.
TOWELS, Great Variety.
LADIES' LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS.
GENTS' LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS.
Linen Buyers will al.vais find the boat assortmont
in tbe city, at
MILLIKEN'S LINEN STORE
6 9 No. 828 ARCH Street.
Attl SO, 1 40, 150,l-60,
With a splendid line of superior grades, all bought at the
AT EKUUCED PRICE.
CintVES BTODDAHT & BROTHER,
Uos. 450, V,2X and 454 X. SECOND Street,
( 9 4t Above Willow.
JAWNS, PERCALES, AND CHINTZES, OF
AT REDUCED PRICES. N
CVnVVBN STODDART A BROTH Ett,
So. 450, 452, and 454 N. SECOND Street,
t o 4t Above Willow.
gUMMER DRESS GOODS
At 20 and 25 cents.
Several loU reduced to this low price.
CLOSING OUT SUXIMEB STOCK.
CXJKVVKM STODDART & BROTHER,
Nos. 450, 452, and 464 N. SECOM D Street,
6 9 4t Abova Willow.
from late Anction Sales, at
CLOStKO OUT SUMMER DRESS GOODS.
Cl'BWEN STODDART &. BROTHER,
Nos. 450, 452, and 454 N. SECOND Street,
6 4t 4bove Willow.
Jji OU L ARB MOHAIRS
At 44 and 50 cents.
CLOSING OUT SUMMER GOOD.
tl'KWEDf STODDART St, BROTHER,
"es. 450, 452, and 4(4 V SECOND Street,
8)4t Above Willow.
PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, JUNE 0, 18CC.
BARGAINS IN FINE CLOTItINO
R0CK1IILL & WILSON
' Brown Btono Clothing Hall,"
Nos. 603 and 605 CUESNUT Street.
NEW STOCK AT THE LOWEST PRICES.
Hiring told out our stock at Clothinp or Gentle,
men and Eots, carried orer fiom tbe late fire, our
entire stock 01
FASUIO NADLE READY-MADE CLOIIUNO
IS THE XEWE82,
As Our Prices are the Lowest
MAGNIFICENT SPRING STOCK
Mow Utady, to Salt Everybody.
CUSTOM DEPAKTM ENT.
Our newly- fitted up Custom Department now eon
tains tho largest assortment of all the fashionable
Rew Fabrics for cni patrons to tolcet fro"11.
SUITS, CIVIL AND MILITARY,
MADE UP TO ORDER PROMPrLY,
In the highest style, and at moderate prioes.
In this Department of our Stock is also unrivalled.
TUE BES1 IN THE CITY,
At the Lowest Prices.
Older 8 executed at shortest notioe.
THE CHOICEST stock or
ROOKHILL & WILSON
"Brown Stone Clothing Kail."
Nos. C03 and 605 CHESXUT SlrccJ
Via North Pennsylvania Railroad,
B OBTEST AND MOfT PLEASANT ROUTE TO
AY ILKESBAHRE, NrtII CHUNK,
EAST ON, j ALLEN TOWN,
AND ALL, POINTS IN THE
Lehigh and Wyoming Valleys.
Are tha Specialities of (bla Route.
Through to Wl kesborra and Msnch Chunk without
The new road between the summit of tte mountain
aim W ukesbarre opens up views oi unsurpassed bjauty,
and the new Hotel provides the best and most ample
accommodations tor summer visitors
Kzcursion T'cke'a lroin l'hilsde phla to principal
points, Issued HiOM TICKET OFF1CK8 ONL1T, at re
duced rates, on taturUajs, good to return till Moudar
Excursion Tickets to Wlikesbarre, good lor ten days,
issued aDy day.
Cars leave the Depot, lUIKU and THOMPSON
6trceU at 1 SO A. M . J 30 P. M , and S'15 P. U.
For particulars, see time tablo in another column.
62mtp ELLIS CLABK., Agent.
All the above Jars wa
ofer to our customers and
the publio iteusral 7, with
entire couUdence, at t jo
A. J. WEIDENER,
8 9 lm Ko. 38 8. SECOND Street, Phlladelvhla.
fJNITED STATES IIOTEL,
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.,
Will open for the reception of guests on
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27. 1866.
DODWOBTH'3 BAND engaged lor the season.
Tenons desiring to engage rooms will address
I3HOWN & WOELPFEU.
PEOPKIEfORS, ATLANTIC CITY,
Or So. SiJ KICUMOfD Street,
6 9 Imrp
CHEAP DRY GOOD?, CARPETS, MATTING,
Oil ClO'hs and Window Fhsde. V. K. ARCHAM
UArLT. N. K. corner ELEVENTH and UAUKKT
ctreeis. will open tliL-s luornintr Irom Auction White
( anion ttlu', 81 m s up; Red t.'tivua Matting, 87
cental luuraln Carpets. SO. tii 75 87 cents, at, ai"2) ,i'3i.
Uft0 KiikIIhIi 'lapestry Krusels Carpets only 41 74;
Three-plv t'arpets only H-lih i Heinp larpeta. S7ceniaj
Hsg ( arpeta hi cents; otmse Caroets. U7 cuts; Kiuor
Oil Cloths, bi cents; Window Shades 1 to 3: Plain
Hurl, brown and Green Hhading. AO cents; Sheeting
XusHus, 'lb to 6( emU Tab e Lmtius. 62 cents to 1 M :
Napkins. M cents; Towellings, li osnts up I Cloth Table
coters, tl 7S Mozamliliiues 37 to 4.5 cents; l.awns l
cenls; Plain all-wool Delaines. bO to 2 cents; Aluae.ts
all colois, 37 to 62 cents Cheap Wholesale, and Ken 1
Store, N E corner ELKVEN 'I'll and MAKK.E1 ftt 69
JMPBOVED ELLIPTIC HOOK
LOCE-STIICH SEWING MACHINES.
OlFiCE, No. 923 CT11SNUT STliEEl.
?LOAT i.WlSU MiCHINi.8, Repaired and Irn
RESH TOMATOES. 30 CASES FBESII
Tomatoes. Just tecelved. and lor sle br ,.,
l r. r- n ot, i niiTii"
6 7t Ko 48 North W1TEK Street
PLEASANT ROOMS, WITH ROARD, FOR
tus sumn.tr, at No. 1W CUUSSUT Street. 646t
I patent; I;
CONTENTS OF NO. 24
Little Tc O'Shaughnessy. AUthe TearRyund,
A Chapter on Stockings. Thambers' Jouma'.
Major Ilervey'K Wedding. Oncc-a- Week.
Thorcau. Frager't Magazine.
The Steward's Story.- The Sixpenny Maja
tine. A Little Music Victoria Magazine.
Korelirn Aits. Our Exchanges. .
The Juno Dicsm. London Bocie'y.
PRICK lO CENTS.
FOR BALE BY ALL NEWSDEALERS.
BOOKS RECENTLY PUBLISUKD.
ST. MARTIN'S SUMMER, By Aniie It. M.
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OKOlOGIt'AL. SKKTt IIKS. B L Agassis. I
rol. 16mo. 11-21.
HONOR MA V. 1vol. l6mo. i-O.
LEIGIiTOJV COURT. A Country House Story.
By Henry Kingsley. 1 vol. 16mo. ti-W.
AsPHODHL. Aa American Story. 1 vol 16mo.
LUCYARIiYN. By J. T. Trowbridge. 1 rol limo.
THBQI ELN MOTHER AND ROSAMOND.
B? A. C. Swinburne. 1 rol. 16mo. aj-OO.
HI13 BOtFTII SINCK THI3 WAR. By Sidney
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TIIR MAtaiKllADK, AND OTHRR
F OSMS. By John Q Saxe. I rol. I6mo. 1 73.
SIMMEUBEST. By Oall Uamlltun. 1 vol. Uuio.
POEMS. By Miss Muleck. Author ot "John Hall
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Seat postpaid onreoelpt of price.
TICKNOE & FIELDS,
P It I Z E C O N C K It T,
WILL DE HELD
AT THE UINK,
THURSDA7, JULY 5, 1866.
Ti ls Ball being the largest In the cliv, will aicommo
daie all who wish lo atteni. Imiajdiatoly alter ibo
Concert the drawing wil. take place, wheu
ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLAR3
In Valuable Pi lza, Irc'udlng
823,000 IN MONEY,
Will be givtn to tho Ticket hojdera.
ON Y 1C0.C0) T1CKTS AND MOCO PRIZRrt,
BEING ONE CHANCE IX FOUR.
The first prize Is
1LN THOUSAND DOLLARS 22V CASH.
1 lie Drawing will posithelr take place at the time
Trent f ned. The Prizes are all purchase I, and will be
delivered immediately alter the Concert, and a iu 1
Mateinent ot the drawing nd list of the winni g num
bt rs wl 1 be suit to every ticket Bolder. Partlos whose
numbers appear on the list, will lorward their tickets a
once. till lull directions lor shipping goods or moneys.
1 have published
A ,NF.W BOOK
Con'alnirig a full list ol prizes, describing bow the prizes
lll be drawn and lion parties not in theoly are io
send lor them and. Im'eed. answering every iistlon
six ut li e ( oncert. besides coutainlng much other valua
ble Irlorniatioii. which I willseiid KKEE OF OUAIIDI'
to evi ri one buying a ticket, and Ino.osing Are cents to
INDUCEMENTS TO CLUBS.
I WILL SEND
For 4-60 S Tickets. For 824 00 39 Tickets
7 W 8 do 5(HI 40 do
10M1 12 do 4JI-0.1 50 do
17 (HI 2(1 do 84 -00 Iu0 do
21 SU 23 do
Money can be sent at my risk bv Drait. Post Offlce
Order or Leglstered Letter. Always sand yjur luil
name. State, County and Pott Oillue.
OBDEB TICKETS EARLY.
At this time. June 1 not ovor Fllteen Tbonanl
Tlckf ts remain unsold, anil this number will so a bo
exhausted. Money received alter the .tickets are ali
sold will be promptly returned.
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Whioh is bouud to have lar(fe sa4s.
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LouiMillt Journal "Tnn Last CotrrHSRif otbl.
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powerfully written botcI, depleting In graphio
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war. The South and Its institutions during the
late memorable ttrupa-'o are wetl portrayed.
Connected with the scenes doscribed in the book
is a bcsulilul love romance, making (he work
doubly latcresting and exciting. Iu future days,
when pcoplo will want to read of the scenes' of
tbe late war, and ot life during the "so-e uled'
Southern Rebel tou, this book will be re.nom
bored." The Cincinnati Commerriat thus spea'ts of Roe
buck !""rii!s is a war iiorel, wnttou by a
Ecbol, and is rather'above the average cf s coih
literature. Ihorels a (roo l deal of poli ios, in
proportion to the love in the book, aud tho bat.
ties of tbe late war, a seen from tho touihora
standpoint, come out strong. "
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VALUAELF BOOK ON THE DORSE.
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PUBLISH T1IIS DAY I
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liY WtlLlAM tOO ATT.
With a Trea'lse on Draught Bevlsed and enlarsod bv
Wa ser Watsin. as.K. t; V 8. 1 vol. 8vo. Over
110 iilustiaiim. SiOpagoa Cloth. I'rlceSlvJ.
"In undertaking the picpar tlon ol a fourth edition,
the eult r liasci.utaroreo. as much as possible, to carry
out the oiitilnui intentions o tbe auilior iu accorilance
nltb tbe rald kdvanci-mcut which veteiiu y soleuoe
bus tt late yewt- made. In doinu iliis ooiwldorsble al
terations bave Ireumado. Tbe remarks on tue 'early
history and tbe i'iftrei.t breeds olborats.' and 'ihe trea
tise on drauxh',' are nearly unaltered. The I lustrations
oi i lie see ol the liorso and some lemaras on Air. Ka
rev 's nietlicd o Lieaklig In tbe horse' lrom Captain
Iiicliorit n's viork also remain as in the last edition.
In oihc r i expect b the piescnt.ditlon will ba lound to
have urdir.ti:( a UioituiU revis in and arrangement
manv Iresh dUa?es hte been treated or. and
the nature ard treatment or others considered In
accordance wlUi the principles or veterinary sci
ence at the present day. 1 be great obieot ot
the editor has teen to make the w ofW as practical
as possib e loi all classes or readers, by avoiding, aa
much as circuni-tancea would permit, those teoliulcal
details which rone but the scten iilo reader would com-
rirebend. It will, therefore. neces.arllv follow, that any
engtlitned anatomical details must be omitted, a thouth -it
Is beiieved siifl.clent have been retained o enable the
general reader to understand tbe more Important parts
of the iranie 'Hie same remark applies to the chap
ters on medicines and poisons. In conclusion, the editor
trusts that ti e al erations ano additions which have
been made villi tend to enhance the value or tbe wore,
and rentier this ti e iourth edition, equally wor hf o tbe
Jii.bllc esteem and patronage which hve been aooorded
o its predecessors " Preluce to the Fourth Kclltioa.
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tlal character, both as to materials a id workinauaUlp, a
that our custom- rs never can complain of either.
t ur stock Is Inrve. sod piain or fssliLmable pooplo can
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In the right place as there is no other catabllshmunt In
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