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THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH -PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, JUNE 23, I860.
J'vr AddUional City 'huctlignwe tee tt, Futt.
Official Visit to inn Gas Works.
The annual visit of the City Councils to tho
(iRB Works at Point Breeze took place yesterday
afternoon. There was a lame attendance.
Maior Oenpral John W. Geary, who arrived In
Philndrlphia yesterday morning, whs accompa
nied to th works by Ins Honor Mayor McMichael.
Most or the party took pansafte in a train ot cars
at Market street, and proceeded to the works.
Other? used private carnnties. The magnitude
ol the works rather H'oiii.'hed those ot the visi
tors who bad never been there before. Anew
and substantial retort bouse is in process of
erection. Every ell'ort w ill be made to complete
this bmldinir by the time winter arrives, other
wise there cannot be enoucta pas jrnerated to
supply the c ty. Mice last season a more
economics uy of receiving the coal has been
adopted, lie method is much more expedi
tious, and saves the labor ot eighteen men.
The coal is placed in cars holding a ton each,
and is brotieht around on the shore of the
river; then hoibted by means of a double dumb
waiter, and by means of rails conducted into
the house, where it is otortd for ready use.
This is a trrent improvement on th old method.
The retort house was in lull blast, and the
lartv passed through in front of the lurnacce,
the neat beintr over 212 degrees. i
If Alter making tn tour ot the work9 the party
weroinmten by the Trustees to tho opoerroom
in the meter house, where a collation watsoreal.
('clonel Charles lliompFon Joues presided, as-si.-ted
by Mr. Charles K. Uracil'. Oneial Geary
and Mayor JlcJIichael oecupie I positions at the
centre ol one ot the tables. Mr. E.C. Quinn pre
sided at the other table.
Colonel Charlos Tnoinpon Jones gave, as a
sentiment, the health of the Mayor of Phila
delphia. ilia Honor replied briefly to the compliment,
in Mb ukuuI happy stvlo, and said that it was
well lor the human' family that there are times
when Rentlenien ot every shade ot opinion could
mi dp It harmoniously toireiher. Such was ino
present occasion. Annual visit, such as these,
to all our public works, would preatly benefit
us all, lor by tbU means we become acquaimed
with the practical workings of the pcveral
branches ot government, and are thus enabled
to form correct opinions by gaining a knowledge
of the fact. In conclusion, the worthy Mayor
called upon Dr. Karaerly, member of Select
Council Irom the beeond Ward.
Dr. Kamerly coincided with the Mayor in
legaxd to the assembling of the members of the
several branches ot the City Government. Such
visits aflord opportunities to make close inspec
tions of the works, and members could then
have a beiter understanding and speak from
knowledge ol facts.
Hon. William U. Mann, the District Attorney,
was called upon, and in response he delivered a
few remarks, and then recited the mythological
poem ot "Susan and the Spider." Tins was ren
dered in an effective manner, much to the grati
fication ol tbe party.
Mr. R. C. Gill sang in excellent voice "Ever of
Thee," tor which he received rouiifls of applause.
Mr. E. C. Quinn, upon beiug called, delivered
a bait-hour speech, in which he showed the im
portance of the Ti iibtees adhering to the great
American motto, "Go ahead." He said there
were great men and little men; noble men and
mean men; intelligent men and iimorant men;
it takes such to make up society. We have
Republicans and Democrats. Such must be;
nnd we roust be abl to right well our part in
the battle of life. He priuVd himself on being
a Democrat, and would say to the Trustees, "Go
ahead," notwithstanding declamation; let us
have tbe works enlarged; give us plenty of tras,
and let us hav it as cheap as you can. Tnis
won d gratify the people.
He coi.fcidored it no idlj job to conduct such
works as these, llpre tie finds order, system,
. harmony; everythtng working well and pro
gressing towards more extended usefulness.
Air. Quinn now alludeJ to the recent Rebellion,
and me restoration ot peace, and he saw
anicng tne f.atlemen present a distinguished
Fenneylvanian, one wliosj motto was "Go
aheau," with the Stars aud Stripes above him.
on Lookout Mountain. He alluded to General
Geary, (Great applause. )
General Geary arose in response, and said
that he had only a few hours since arrived in
the goodly city of Philadelphia. He did not
know that his first afternoon in this city would
Und bira anions the members of the City
Councils, the Trustees of the Gas Works, the
beads ot departments. He was glad; he felt
honored to be in such company, althougb he
scarcely considered such an occasion, occupying
the position that he does before the pcoule ot t be
old Keystone, a proper one to make an elaborate
epeeen upon tne issues 01 tue day. I'linaiei
phia is a large city; it is an empire within itself,
governea by intelligent gentlemen, elected to
the various positions by an intelligent con
stituency. We who live in more suburban districts of tbe
State, look with pleasure upon the steady growth
of the ancient city of Pt-nu. He had led a regi
ment Irom this citr, one who knew no such
word as tail who had lorgotten how to pro
noui.ee the word surrender. In the language of
the gentleman who had Introduced bim, he
would say that regiment, like the regiments of
Pennsylvania generally, bore this device upo
their banner "Go ahead" He had done wha:
he conceived to be bis duty; his reward was an
fie was glad to see all the elements of pros
perity in the c'ty of which Pennsylvania feels
so proud; and he felt much pride and pleasure
that peace and happiness prevail among its
citizens. He did not expect to participate in
such a rich treat as that before lum, nor did he
expect to make a speech, and he would beg
leave to conclude, that Philadelphia the first for
peace, Philadelphia th? first tor war, Philadel
phia great for "gas." (Laughter and applause.)
Mr. Van Cleve, member of Select Council,
delivered an animated speech, in which he de
clared Major Geneial Gear) was a sound, loyal
Democrat; ote who loves his country; who loves
the Hag ot tue Union; who fought to sustain its
power and glory; who bore it Irom the plains to
Lockout Mountain, aud ulanted it in its native
sky; that such a man we relight to honor, and
the people, without distinction of party feeling,
would honor him with a seat in the Governor's
chair of Pennsylvania. (Great applaup.)
Mr. Van Cleve alluded to the (act tbat Colonel
Geary, at the head ot a Philadelphia regiment,
started out to meet the domestic foe; aud lor
indomitable rouraso, bravery, skill, and patriot-
ism, he came back a Major-General, a title he
fairly won by "liar.f knocks," a title to which i
the people of Pennsylvania will add that of Gov
ernor, as soon ad tbe present very worthy and
pat riot io incumbent retires from the chair ot tne
Commonwealth. The speeches hero closed.1 A
song was sang by Mr. John Bowler, of the First
Ward, alter which the party separated and re
turned to the city satisfied with the annual visit
to the Gas Works. ;
General Geary la a, the residence of his friend,
Henry W, Gray, No. 1'J15 Green street. It la
expected that lie will remain in Philadelphia
A CiiANcn to Fisn ahd Gcn. The lovers
ot these niauly sports can find no bet'er place
whereat to indulge their predilections than Port
Penn, Delaware? and when they are tired of
shooting and angling, they can betake themselves
to the beach for a bath. Our old friend Jonathan
Draper has purchased the Pier House at this ex
cellent summer resort, and Is amply prepared to
do justice to all who may favor him with their
company during the oog-day9. See his advertise
St. Stephen's Church. The Tier. Chan.
P. Krauth, D. DM has taken pastoral charge of
Kt. Stephen's Kvaneelical Lanneran ihurcli,
Fortieth and Arch streets. West Philadelphia.
The contrr gation ha erected a very tasteful
chapel, which was dedicated recently. It will
eeat abit three hundred. There is also a room
connected with it tor Sunday School purpose.
Successful Cure. Dr. Von Mosehzisker,
of Mo. 1031 Walnut street, baa recently effected
an entire cure of a case ol several years' deafness.
which existed in the son of a prominent citizen
An Aiteal to tub Citizkns of Penn
sylvania io New Jersbt. Too American
TJiiinn Commission, emanating from von. have
t staolished in the State ol Georgia eight schools,
having in thtm nine teachers and sevcu hun
dred children. Five months two very few of
thes children bad any school privileges. They
did not know their alphabet. A large number
ot them lived in old tents ami shanties atound
the hall-consumed city of Arianta. The fath'.-rs
of one-third of them are in their craves; very
many ol ih m are orphans.
ineee nttie ones nive been so dctigntca wnn
the schools von have established, and the
Northern teachers you have se.it to sympathise
with them and instruct them, tbattheir progress
In learning has been most ranid. Their expres
sions of eratitude to the people of Pennsylvania
ano jncw jersey is a daily occurrence.
i ne lime tor closing tbese scboois ior tne sum
mer is at hand. It is tor you to sav whether
they shall be reopened in the fall, or abandoned,
and the children again rcattered, with no one
to can4 (or them, and the teacher returned to
Whatever mav be said of other portions of
the South, vou have yet to hear a word, or soe
a line in print, cLaremg the citizens of Atlanta,
Macon, or Athens with any Interference with tne
weric ot educating tne treenmen. wou tias
blessed the American Union Commission, and
will make it a blesBuig to the South aud the
whole country if you continue to support it.
whatever uiay oe inougbt ot tnose wno pore
arms against i lie constituted authority of tbe
cmntry, aud however wue it may be argued to
allow thetu to suffer sure we are there is too
much magnanimity in tbe States ol Pennsyl
vania and New Jersey to allow tht-m to stoop to
visit tbe transgressions ot the tatheis uoon
poor, lagged orphan children.
wi.n tuse reboot boues tbn built an I fur
nished, with teachers educated an 1 loyal at their
beau, wttn tbe confidence and encouragement ot
citizens in the towns where they are located en
listea in their behalf, we come to you now, and
make an appeal lor their support. Remember,
they are yours, commenced by you, miiintaln.'u
itiuB tar ov your liberality, ami can only oe con
tinued as the result of vourrouttuued favor and
blessing upon them. We appeal to you, with the
warmest feelings of our hearts, to give us aid
The members of the Comml"sion have agreed
to furmsb three thousand dollars if trie citizens
ot the two States will give an equal amount at
the end of tne year.
This done, we can then hard over our schools
to tne city authorities, and feel that, in the
name of God and suffering childhood, we have
done our duty.
Contributions can be sent to William Siruthers,
No. 1022 Market street, or to Joseph Parker,
Seeretary, No. 1210 Chesnut street.
P. 8. Country papers favorable to the enter
prise will please publish.
The Gbeat Invention of the
Day Indian Rubber Paint. In answer
to our numerous inquirers, we give the
following description of this new article.
V'ir-t, it is a paint applicable to all uses.
Groi.nd in linked oil like other paint, put up
and applied iu the same way. But when at
plicd, it possesses a rare durability. It will
resist all the deleterious influences which
paint is heir to viz., changes of climate, damp
ness, -salt water, acids, etc. etc.
We have seen acids applied to thi" paint with
no more e fleet than water, while tlw same ap
plied to galvanized Iron eat all the coating oil'.
The rubber is first dissolved, and then ground
into the paint, in suitable proportion, thus per
meating every part of it. Such arc the great uses
which this wonderful article India rubber
is made to subserve. It must strike every one
forcibly that, applied in this new sphere, it cau
not be otherwise than beneficial. The Court
Houi-e at Norristown, one of the most beautiful
in our State, has just been painted with this
new paint, from foundation to vane.
Tbe exclusive right to manufacture the rubber
paint throughout the twenty-two States h-is
been secured by the American Gum Paiut Com
pany, ot this city. The factory of the Company,
at the southeast corner ofTweutieth ana Fnoert
streets, is turning out tons of this paint dally, to
meet the numerous orders for it. Here ail pet
sons wishing to examine further into tbe matter,
may have an ocular demonstration of the same.
Tne rubber paint is highly racommended by
many ot our most respectable Arras. It ;i
already In use by many of our railroad comna
nies, aiid bias tair to oeconie nnaiiy tne great
Tbk Soldiers and tde Fourth of
July. The Sub-Committee of Arrangements for
the flag presentation on the Fourth of July
have succeetiea in procuring Dlouues lor tne sol
diers, under conditions wnicn w:u mate it
comparatively easy lor the men to clothe them
selves. The Quartermaster is authorized by the
Secretary of War to sell to the soldiers, at regu
lation prices, blouses, caps, and equipments.
A meeting of the members ot the 28tli P. V.
V. I. was held at No. 533 Chesnut stTeet, las;
evening. Brevet Brigadier-General J. Flynu
watt elected Cha rniau; First Lieutenant J. U.
Faring, hecretary. It was resolved to paraoe
on the 4th of July, the members to appear in
dark clothes, fatigue cap, white gloves, and a
silk badge, with a white star, and 28th f . V. V.
Infccribed therein; and also that an invitation b'f
extended to any member of tbe 1st Brigade, 2d
Division, 20th or 12th Corps, who may be in the
city on the 4th of July, to participate with them
on ttaat occasion.
Quite a number of the officers and men of the
2d Pennsylvania Cavalry met at the countv
Court House last evening, for the purpose of
making ai rangementa to take part in the pre
sentation of flags on the Fourth ot July. It was
determined to parade, ard wear dark clothinsr.
forage caps, and a badge with the name ot the
regiment thereon. A cordial invitation was ex
tended to the members of the 20th Pennsylva
nia Cavalry to join with them, and attend the
meeting on Saturday niglitnext.
Seeious Accidents. On Thursday night,
Mr. Vansant. residing at Tajony; was acci
dentally shot and severely wounded with apistol
in the hands ot her father. The circumstances
of the distrescing affair are thee: One of Mrs.
VansaDt's children fouud a small pistol, aud it
was while ber father was examining it that tne
load was discharged, entering ber body.
Daniel Boyd, seventeen years of age, residing
in Mint row, between Carpenter and Christian
streets, while engaged in bauliii" bricks, was
run over by the cart and so badly iutured that
his recovery is considered very doubtful. He
was admitted into tne l euDsjivauia uospitai
CFBIOTJ& Discovery. Eighteen months
apo, George Fries, Messenger for the Fifth aud
Sixth Streets Passenger Railway Company, d's
appeared, and, notwithstanding tbe most
tliOrOUgU Bearcn, Iio itncc vii mm luui.i ui;
found. Yesterday a number of boys, while
playing in a pond at Fifth and Berks streets,
WttUin nail a square ui mc iniucurc ui
deceased, discovered tne romains ot a man.
Although nothing but the skeleton and clothing
were lett. enougn reiuaiucu io cuauie m:
friends of Mr. Fries to identify the remains as
those ot the mbsiug man.
Inspection of Flour and Meal for
the week ending June 21, 18J0: Barrels of
Superfine, 6052; do. Fine, 53; do. Middling?, 10;
do. Rye, 210; do. Corn Meal, 470; do. Con
demned, 04. Total, fi8i)5.
7 bom as 8. Kanjky, wtiting of Davis' Pain
Killku, fiom Kaniroon, Hurman, aaysi
"It is becomln verr popular; and in ievo;iil in
iaEce I am assured tbat tbe cholera has been
arrested and liia preserved bv its use. Tne late
pr valence of cholera here haaswoot off about all
the l ain Killer I bad, and purchasers locking io me
for a supply will be disappointed bv my Inability to
v) ply thm. PIcm Bend mo an invoice of f 150
worth If the Iret opportunity.1 ... ..
I fioflb who eur kb trom the dorl stupidity
tbat meeta ni everywherj in spring, and too oiten in
all leanouiof th vear. knew bow quick It could be
ewd by faking 'Jyer'i 'Sattaparilia to purtre the
11 1 e from tnelr ayiteuis, we should have belter neigh-
bora as well aa clearer beads to deal with,
Iti Good liw Coming.
Now that tbe quoetion ti at ease,
ll laen can orvta a tbey nleae
Decided bv a worthy fqutre,
'J hey may wear Jmt wbt taey df sire
Adept men's pantaloons, jet meet
No molestation in tbe street
It's very clear, nrong-mindod dames J
Will soon aiiine in atnlo.io samos,
Discard all vestige of tbe tint,
W hen tboy put off taeir "duplex" fkirt.
Already have they cut a shine
Upon tlie ice, aud look'd divine; ,
And satisfied was mauv a girl
In lanltlvss balmorai to twirl ;
But unimpeded I soon will all
"I ravel on muaele" play bae ball,
'mi oitboswutly fljnig barire,
And in all manner cut H large.
Mow we know wby some lauies are
Ho very paitial to tbo "star,."
Why eacb appreciative e?e
Can ibe "BIar's" merits soon doscry,
And wby their busbands aud their beans
KuhIi to tbat matt to purchaso ciotbes
( As the evenia as yi t iu store
Ol course "ibrow shadows on before ),
And wben tnat tappy tinio arrives
W lien busbanos are ecllpsvd by wive,
Wben biturcated raiments are
Itoufht by both trx- s at tne -'fcTAR,"
Imagination, iu its fliuhts,
Auticlpaus 'boss bitter nigh s
Wben better baives foe! node-Ires
lo turu out to extinulrn tires;
On toch occasion, wben the mute
lias Utile time to dress or wait,
1 he garment bo ng of one kind,
1 be biisbanu'e troiistrn bard to bud
Hitz Kg tbe first pair io his band,
The matches p'raps nol at command,
Can it be wouoei'U in bis burry
il ir men at such limes iu flurry),
l he shoii'd lel a risluir oouut
Whetbei the right pair is fouud outr
And eie a hasty light procures,
Binrs out, Impatient "Are those your?
We advertise b&st on the backs) o ooacus-
K'MMlH. 1.VKHY OAKMKNT WK BKJ.L IS A FIltHr-
class BKCOMMtHDATloN Therein lii'S the secret ot
il.e long continued and still increasing runii to t iu
"bTAH." Our stock of Kkadv-jiadk CixmiiNO is
immknse, ami Irom it ail cau bu accurate r llttod
I'lwe goods ot everj variety. Cutter ot woil-luiowu
bIiIiin and ali wbo lenvo tnoir u easure are suns to
lc pleated Prices the lowest in Philadelphia.
tail and be a it tied.
otar Clothing Empouom,
Low Tricks and Fashion able i.oons,
MO. 000 CHEBNDT STREET, C1GS OF bTAR,
- Perky & t:o.
A t ad Case
Bob started out one summer day,
To visit liuss. six miles away;
Ail hot and tlu-ty was the road,
And hot and dusty was hi' throat;
v ben, bv bis path he chanced to note
A tree that bore a luscious load
Ot cherries ripe; but, s'anoing there,
Me viewed them omy with despair!
Bo know hie best suit wou'd not bear
The s rain of climbing trees so tall,
For it came not trom lower Mall 1
All-wool Fancy Cassimere Prmtt, at low as. ,
" " Veits "
" Black " Pants "
" Cloih Vests
" Fanry Cansinwre Suits, to match...
" Ulack Suits
. 5 00
. 14 00
Advancing from thrte rates we luivr. tootls of ail
grades, up to the very Jinfgt fabrics, at prices reduced
in prrpottion Meti's, Youths', und &y'. Thou
sands HAVE FOUND WITHIN THE PAST FEW WKKIto
THAT WK ARK ACTUALLY BELLING HOOD, SERVICE
ABLE OOODB AT THE PRICES NAMED,
J3?TO CLOTHING DKALERS.EJ)
Our purchases for this seasim having been detailed,
watt in; the expected (It dine in goods, we have now on
hatid the largtst and best assorted stock of Clathinq
in Philadelphia purchased for cash exclusively.at
THE VERY LOWEST RAT1B OF THE SEASON, Wflicll
enables us to realize a fair pro tt, and sell at prii-ei
less than the cost of the same goods in, most other
establishments. V can supply t'lothiers doing a
fine city trade with goods adapted to their sales, at.
prices so much tower than the cost f their present
stocks, that, by making an average of the whole
they will be enabled to dispose of their goods at
prices covering the average cost, and even paying
a profit, Bennett & 'o.,
No. 618 Market Street.
H?WiiiTE Duck Suits,
tJAVuiTE 1 uck Suits,
irWBiTic Duck DITS,
Lsr-'W hite Uuck Suits.
Handsome. Cool, and Cheap. JO
Handsome, Cool, and Chkap.jJ
Handsome, Cool, ad Cukap.S
Handsome. Cool and 1 itkax j'3
Uf " For those who Ho not like wKitm suis, ioej3 t
C tfhave a varietu of dark colors :t at all ev ents.Jii
imo arttcie or Uiotntvg . ts more suuanie jorjfy
i ffSnmnier than the Skeleton White or Colored.Jf
tiruucn rests, ana tor the seashore tlify areft $
Itfthc very thing. Casstmere Suits fur Husi'iH
tLifness wtar or Travelling purposes: w A'iueVIl
I iftvtry tiyle and quality, from 816 upwards
tifOenlimen will find w difficulty in beinggll
twweii nttea ana pieasea wun tne stales
HTprices. , iJ
VV AnAHASKfl S 11KUWSI,
Popular Clothing house,
S. E. COKSEB iSlXTH AND MARKET STHEETS,
A 'Wtne, prown on fbe sunny slopes of Spain the
genuine Juice of tbe prape in all its purity, as be
stowed noon db by tbo beneficent Giver, and such
as ls, alone, consistent with Christian teachings
not intoxicating In tbe least will supply a want
greatly felt in this country.
fcrjcH is Hygienic Wine,
the Great ImporU d Tonic, Aromatic.
It is conscientiously recommended to Ladies, as
it will sootbe tbe nerves renew tbe blood, and
(ri ntly stimulate and invigorate tbe system.
Allot sedate habits ministers, lawyers, and pro
fessional men, possessing constitutions more delicate
than others of less confining labors those who ex
rend a a-reat deal ot vlta'ity in brain-woik, will at
once acknowledge the superiority of tins restorative
Rkmcmbhr, it leaves boh i id none of the baneful in-
fluences ol alcoholic preparations.
It Creates a Healthy Appetitb.
We warrant tbat, upon trla', Hygienic Wink
will be lound to be the finest, most delicious, and
health vul 1 on.c known. Try it to be oouvincod
French, Richards & Co..
Agents for Pennsylvania.
N. B. Hyoiesic Wine is an imported I'omc;
it bos the approval of tbe "Imperial School uk
Medicine of Paris," and was tested by tbe Co u-
inlttee on Chemistry of the American Medical Aaso-
olation which asembled in Baltimore, May 1, 1806
and indorsed by fifty-six prominent members with
Dutcher'8 Lightning Fly Killer
Makes 'quick work with flies, and if commenced
early, keeps the bouse clear all summer.
Look oat for imitations. Get Dutcber's enty.
Whire Shall the Fourth of July Firr
WOBKb be? City Counols ai divided. At Par-
mount Park? Ibe crowd will spoil the property
At liroad street they cannot be soeu by everybody.
At fcinltU's Island tnev can be seen by everybody
hut then everv Dody will have to stand alontr the
wl at vea on molasses barrels and hogsheads; some
may drop iu and spoil their cletnes In tins di
lemma, wby not have the exhibition in Iront ol
Clius. btokea & Co 's Une l'rice Clothing btore, Oou-
tinental Hotel, aud then, if people do drop in, t
will not be to spoil thur clothes, but to replenish
those previously sponea oy age.
A Safe and Sure Remedy for Diarrhoea, Dysen
terv. l tioleia. bummer compiiiiut, anu all isowo
Aflbttions. may be bad in Javne's Carminative Bal-
S'ln. Compounded with care trom the best under
stood inureoients Known to tne oseuicai Faculiv
its action is prompt and alwavs to be depended
upon; wnne rne repuiacon nas at'ainea as a
standard household remedy snouiu indue K a
this season of tbe vear, to keep a Dottle ot so usefu'
a msdjciue by them. Prepared only at Ho, 242
BSIMBTRSET'B HAIR-COLOB'NO This is not on
instantaneous due but a color! i g simDle. harm o-a.
and eflcotive It reatorea srev bair to its onvinai
color bv vradual absorption, and Is witbalamoa
beauti ul bair-dreasuig. Sold in two sizeg, CO cent
ana i, y a'l etuen.
RsnccKDrRiCKS.-Obtain foryonraelf a splendid
fbotopraph. No is the tune. All stvies execntrd
In snpi nor manner and exquisitely finished, at 1.
F. Beimel's Pal try, Wo. (124 Arch strtct.
Fimale TRtrshr, Brace, Hmporters, Elastic
Felts, and Stockings, hrht and elegant In ttmsh.
adjusted by a lady, at Needles', Xwelttb street, first
door below Kaec.
Giovcr It Baker's Highest Premium Elastic
8titekand Loek-8ti.ob Sewing Machines. No. 730
Frfisch Cocoa nut Cake made and sold only by
t. Hjion Morse, Mo. 904 Arch street.
"Inhncatlvs pack In ior steam engines. tor fnro
see (iScbeonuiBt ,phila., and 26 dey st., new yor.'
7 80s, 6-20s. lP81s. KMOs, Compound Interest How
and bold and Silver bought and so d bv
Drexel 4 .,
No. 84 if bird Street,
Cox pound Interest Notks 7 8-10 and 6-20
wanted. De llaren at Brother, So. 40 8. Thh-d 8t
It inb Custom Workv
Wanaxakkr & Brown,
Southeast corner Sixth and Market Streets,
l7uH PATRIOTIC DEMONSTRATIONS,
J ' several sizes Brass Star Ornaments, Il.mnloailn"
l sndlcotlcks. and tfias Flxtaro are lor at the
Hutdar Store ot TllPMAS HU4W,
So. ma ) Hutu 1 htriy-flve) M a KKKT at., below vinth.
"7IRB PISH COVERS, OF THE ROUND,
VV oval, and oblong patterna. for protecting food
from flies or Insect, for sale by
THOMAS m SB AW.
No, Ma (tight Thirty-five) MAKK.hr Ht.. below Nititt.
IjXIR PRESERVING STRAWBERRIES, Oil
I' other Fruits, we have a variety ot t'recrving
Kettles. TRUMAN M H11AW
o. sua (KHiht ThlrtT-ne) MA KKKT Ht, below Nlph
RDAN'8 TONIC ALB.
JOHDAN'U TONIC ALB.
JOkUAB i.-iu ALr
JORDAN 8 TOSIC ALK.
It Is recommended by physicians ol this and othet
plACis. as a uperlor u nic. and reqnlies but a trial te
convince tbe most okeptlcal ol ita great me IU To be
bad, boleala and retail, ot . 1. JORO VN,
No. K0HKAK mtreef
Cbamoagne Cider, br the doaon, bottled, or by tbe
b a rrel HH
NADULTEUATKD LIQUORS ONLY.
UTOKB AND VAt'l M,
MO. 43!) CHI'.BMJl' H'l Kl'.ET,
Deariy Opposite tbe Post Omce,
Fsmilies supplied. Orders irom the Country promptly
'atiesded to. 5 illS
QltAND NATIONAL CONCERT
FOB TI1E BENEFIT OF THE
SOLDIERS' A3D SAIL0IW
NATIONAL ORPHANS' HOME FUND,
UNDER AUSPICES OF THE
SOLDIERS' AND SAILORS' UNION,
M ASalNGTON, D. C,
AT GROYEIi'S THEATRE,
On Thursday Evening, Angust 2, 1863.
30U,(K0 tickets wbl be sold at 81 each 7J.0OO presents
awarded, valued at DUO.OOO t 25 COO ol tbe proflta to bo
given to the Soldiers' and Pal lore' National Orphans'
Home Fund, OW to the Washington Malo and Fomale
Orphan Asyinm, the balance, after deducting expenses,
to be paid to the Treasurer ol' the Soldiers' and Sailors'
Union, ot Washington, D. C.
TICKETS CAN BE OBTAIN EI AT TUE OFFICE OF
WILLIAM E. OWENS, NO 621 CHKSNUT 8 fKKET;
ALSO, 8ENT TO ANY POST OFFICu. IN TH
tOUMMV PBOMPlXY BY A1AII.
ILI3T OF PRESESTS TO BE AWARDED;
1 'three story Brick Kesldonce, II street, be
tween SUtb aud beventh dg (1(H)
1 'ihree-story brlca Keaiaence, Second
streei. near K 10,000
1 lliree-ttorj itnca nesiuence, ieuin street.
between M and N 8. Coil
llwo-Btory Brick Keslaence, Teuth street,
between M and N 5,(K)j
1 Two siory Bnck Residence, ieuih streeu
between M and N 5 00.1
3 Vine City Lo s, on beventh street, north... Onj
1 bp enuia iLrnaire. Jtiurees, unu narueds,
I Fpienuld iilamoBd lilng 20 0
1 eel Diumonus, cuuiplete ifia, tar-nans
acd Kiiiks) 1 0(10
1 Ciaud i tuuo (oieinway'a) l,toj
1 oo.iu SI ver Tea -et l.iij i
10 Grand l'mnos. S6II0 each 6 uon
10 Crand flanos, aaoOeach 5 0u0
UiO Ceuis' Co d Wu.clien 200 each 20 im
50 Lad its' Cold Watches, a 126 each 6,2'iJ
ft Urand .ielodLU, 2UJ e h 1,0 u
8u Ali.Hicau Chub nllver Waicoea, $76 each.. 6 mu
75 hunnn i ana Si.ver Watches t4o ea b.... i,n,i
60 oiuuioud KlDk, 1' 0 to 2O0 eauh 7,5 u
ib liiauiond l'ins. 1 100 each 2 S0
40 bbwin nacblues l0u eauh 4,000
'20 SewinK llucUiued, t,7 acli 15,,,
'20 Sl.vvr-pla ed lea Sots, s,b eitcb 1,5,1
fill Silver c antorn 25.avh 1 iu
S,0u0 clocks Albums, Jewe ry, etc., vti to 10
each 41 Olio
If noo Tea and Table rtpoons etc., S2 to 5 each.. 'ibxij.
10,0(10 Cold reus, mceve iiutious, etc., lto3
49.453 Books, Cutlery, i.nruvln etc., 1 to lu
eacu , m 11 11
Tbe awurds will
be U1U..0 ltr
tliw .ouueri ou
stsne ol tne lueaire. nuure mree tnauDaad pe
witness it. A committee will be appoint" by
ice tosuseruiieuu vue .aiuo.
1 rlutcd Us s 01 awards will be published and supplied
to sgeuis and ucaei noiuers. Parties having u kei
will reiam thorn nniil alter the avnrds are made, and 11
tnt ir nuinuem oufou no iuw win lorwaru their
tickets hnnedlate y. with m l directions as to the ship
ping ot toods or deeds tor the properiv. Tickets lo.-sale-
at all the principal uuu.-, uuu auu musio stores in til
city, and at me iiuiuarior m me maiunioiith ur
building lor tlie beneUt ol tuo .so diern' and Sailort
Ni Uouul lirpbsns'.llome lund coiner or Heveuth Htreet
and Pennvlvnula avenue Wavbington. 1. ;
The Dlreciors appeal to the libera lliy ot tlie people to
uiva this enterorihe their kind support, and taiuehv
aslst In relleHug tbe wants of ktue orphans of our
JUajor U. A. HALL,
Piesldent So.dlera' and Sanors' Union.
olooel CilAUl I- S K CAPaOlARl'.
Majur M. H. ALI1KRUER,
WILU.tM 8. MORsk.
1 B. II (J rcilINSON, Exj .
Cathler National Bank 01' the Metropolis,
All nnrsens favorably dlsnosed are rpnaoxtnri
agents, but no cotuinuMlonit will be allowed.
Money u iu n uaava ue aeut uy sron umce order,
drait, express or registered letters.
la every ease seuu me naine anu j-ust timee aildre-.
ni,tv aud Mate 01 eacn sesarate subseriDtinn anil in.
close stamp. Ah orders lor tic ken mu.it do addresspd to
W 1 LUI M B. MUEkJL
Becretiry Soldiers' and Sailors' National Concert,
Washington, 1. C.,
, , Look Box No. tl
Befcr. bv permission, to
loinr-nenerai inlielU llancock. IT. H. A.
.,,. .ul Robert C dehinck. At. t' . Ohio.
Ceneral Hoibert E Pulue, M C , Wis.
tieneral John H. Ketcbam. M. ('., j. Y.
General J aines ti jjiuiii. ivansaa.
i.enerrtl J N. BcnJrick, Iewa.
Ceneral D C. .Mo nilain, D. O.
Ctnera'O V llavt. u, N. Y.
Hon. 1 nomas w. r crry, m i ., ir n u.
Hon (Jeorue Lawrence. M. C, t'enua.
1). O. Forney, tso... 1. 1:
.Ms lor, I Uouguty, N. Y.
huu William D. Kollay. . C . Penna.
U011 Ke lau V. W hitley, M t' , Wen Va.
Hon. if ben C. Inuersuil. M. C. 111.
Bon. lieury C. l-enuuK, M. 1; , conn.
Hon A. H. I allln, M. ' ., N. Y.
Hon. Leonard Myers II 1' . Penna.
Iun. Wl Main A. Newell. M .'. N.J.
Hon Ceorye W. Julian M. C lnd.
Hon -tephen F. Wilson. Al C. Penna.
Hon. J. B. Orim e I, M C. Iowa.
ilajor o. M. van Buren. n. . tllim
GYM N AS I UM
. JOB LADIES, OFNTLEVEN, AND CI 1LDREM,
V COTtNER OF NINTH ANDAhCII H'i'RE JtX 4.
. . OPEN .V.BY DAY AN 11 EVES1NU,
' Dodi'y exeiclra Imparts btuith and atrsrgth, the bst
1v aralnst sickness 0' the couiini summer
S 24 4Q rroieaton t- t-JU tA M 1) idtvf is.
K16LEY'8 CONTINENTAL NEWS
t heirs U to all iim ot Ajauseanant mayhehad
ao to th o'ciOck any evening. HI ly
TO BE GIVES AT
SMITH .fc NIXON'S IIAL.L.,
CHICAGO, ILLINOIS,- JCLY 6, 18CC
1C0, COO Gifts, Valued at $990,000!
Number of Tickets, l.OOOOOO !
AT ONE COLL V 8 AC1I t
,140,000 in Greenbacks!
TITLE 10 RFAL ESTA1E PERFECT, AND
WARRANTY DEEDS GIVEN.
1 Glit In Real Kftate (several parcels) In and
near t hicuto sv.0"0
I (.iu In (rrriilmck ;I0()M
i UiltA m t.rt enoao-s. each SI0.1MI M ikjii
10 (jilts Ui Gn-eiumcks. each S.tuuo ao,KMl
S .iita in urecnoacRS, cacn fuiu ID., lit)
1 Oil i in heal (.state. bU acrea. A nil ea weal ot
1 Ollt Id Retl
Juneau county. Wis
60 Oltts In Real t Mate A 1a tn In Brand's Addi
tion to t bicapo, each al' 00
60 bills In elegunt Pianos, eacb SS00
(9,676 other valuable Gils many ot them large
vmueu ai 1 rum i iu vow
Total value In Prize sjoho 0M)
tot lull d sctiDllve list ol Prizes, sea small bills, ao-
'ibedn.wlDK will takeolace hi the Hall, Immediately
after tbe 1 oncert by a Couinilttee anpoluted by tbe
audience ihe first number d awn ent tling ine holder
01 tnu ticket corresponding to its number to the higheu
prize, tne second to the second highest, and so on, until
the whole is con p eteo.
tlOOD AD RELIABLE AOf NTS wanted In every
town and city In the Union, to whom great Inducs
minla are ottered.
bFfcUAL TERMS TO CLUBS FOB FIVE OR MORE
We will send
& Tickets. 1 address..! 4 50 40 Tickets. I addresa.HM 01
10 do do ,. 0 00 50 0 do .43-00
'20 do do .. 17 to 1(H) do do .85 j
30 do do .. 20 251 Hnd stamp for postage.
In everv ease send the name ot etch ticket boider,
with mil addros as to l'uet Office, county and mate.
Hc ney may be sent at our rixk by rxpresa, lirait, post
Otllce Order, or Kiitrred letter.
Address ail comuiunlcaiions to
BRYAN, ROSBROOK & CO.,
No. 100 MADISOH Street. Chicago.
(B. O. Drawer J927.) 8 81Bt
-I7 ALNUt STKEET
VV N. 1.. corner "Tn ri
Commences at 8 o slock.
THIS (Saturday) KVKNINU, jane 23.
Will be performed the Gorgeous spectacle of tbe
Alter long and expensive preparation.
M AfaNlFICKNT SCENliRY, BY WITHAM.
Plcturestiue Moon lglit View 01 the Rulne,
HAOnT OK THE NaIADS.
Waters ot Mlver bear up nuu.benesa Naiads.
THE BA1H OK BEAUTY.
The Treasures of ike Highly Rnlna Discovered The
( avem 01 Riches Mai; leal Tians oruiatiou to the U.li
tenng and btalactlstic Hall of the Naiads Scene Lat,
1 be Rhine 1 his ast scene rfoes and discovers
THE I1UMH. OF I lib NAIADS,
In tbe Coral Caves beneath the tfaters.
THE VlUlLfN ON H KB THRONE.
DREW'6 KUW ARCH STREET
Begins at 8 o'clock
TESTIMONIAL BENEFIT TO
j t Mcdonough.
TONIGHT (HaturJayA June 23.
Ibe First and Second Ac of
Sbaun' the POBt J. E. MuDONOUOH
Tho d'Grady Mr. r. 11. JACK.
To conduce with Hrouthanre burlesque,
Kin Powba-tan J. E. MoDOKTOH
t'autain John emith TV B. McUO.NOUtrll
Pocahtntus Uhs C. JEFFERSON
NEW AMERICAN THEATRE
WALNUT Street, above Elahth.
Enguaement of the celebrated : ctr' ss,
who will appear in, her great character of
VALSaA.lUE SLAVE QUEEN.
Graft Mr I). E. Ral'on
(From Mlilo's, New York. His flr.t appearance here.)
MAD'LLU. ANN ETTA (SALLE ITA.,
also In a Grand Ba.)et every evening. 6 18
EW CHESNUT STREET THEATRE.
OPENING NIGHT. VtONDVY June 2
AD CONTINUING EVERV EVENING DURING
The I'xeelslor Troupe of the World The Renowned
Orltlnol and Only
b BhY ANT'S MINH'RELS.
SEIL and I) An BRYANT, Frorrletors
From Mechanics' Hall, 4V4 I loadwsy New York, will
have thelionor of giving a SliOUl SERIhS 01 their
luuKbable,nmsle.Hl. chaste and uhlonai)le
ElKlOflAN KN 1't. RT'.lIN UENT
Which tor ten consecutive years have crowdeJ their
biautil'ul ba I with citizens and Htian.ers rom ali pur s
01 the world 'ihey will lUToduce at eacb ot the Smreos
d'Airluun lhelr New SniiKS, NewJokeS, and selections,
w b'ch nave made tor them the extended reputation tiiey
now enjoy GRAND MATINEE
On SATURDAY, comineneiug at2oV'oek.
Admission Dres ( ircln and Paniuctie, 50 cents; Or
chestra Meuts. 75 cental Gallerr,'25cenh.
Box Ull.ce open irom 0 A. U. to 4 P. M.
Beats secured without extra charxe.
VALER'8 (LATE MILLER'S) WINTER
GAKDEN Nos 720726 VINE Street.
GRAND INSTRUMENTAL CO N CERTS
By two large and efficient Orchcatras.
' TO NIGH I ,
And EVERY NIGBT In connexion with our
IXCKLSlOB STRING BaNH,
a Brass Band, couipiislng tne best Artists in tbe city,
OPEN FOB THR SEVSOV.
Our spacious bun mer Garilen, artistically laid eut
wltn hrubbery. f ountains, etc.
IN THE LADIES' SALOOV,
Fspeclally set apart ior F V1LIES, the best of Creann
and other Beiieahnient will be served. B ltlj
.53 THE TIANOS WIIICH W K AI ANU
V I faeture recommend themselves. We Drouilsi
iu our natrons clear beautliul tnes, eleitant workman
ship durability, and reasonab e prluea, combined wi u
a mil guarantee. Kvr sale only at No. lull WaLNU
Sor2sV TNION PIANO M VNUFACTURING CO.
16 Ilorth SIXTH Street
HA Nil AC1 UK KM Us
V EN F4TIAJN BLINDS.
Tie largest and finest assortment in the city at the
lowest prices. 85 lmrp
STORE SHADES MADE AND LETTERED.
D ACER'S WASIIIXG MACHINE
XJoHt iu tlio City.
,T SAVES TIME. BjkyESEAB0Bt
EVERY FAMILY RHOULD"HAV ONE.
For sale at the Furniture Store ol
Aaenu. Wanted. j
20 No. 837 MARKET tie it.
SAFE FOR SALE.
Parrel & Heninc Fire-Proof 8af
' ' . FOB. SALE.
APPL1 AT TH18 OFFICE. 45 p
LUMBK.KI LtlMBKRI LUM BE It I
T 1 HIA K.in.
K VtL PLANK
WH1TK PlNr. L ORIHa.
TEiL"SF PIVE F'.OOKINO.
8PBI1CB PISr, rt.O 'HIHli
ASH ANl WALNDr FLOORiJfO
PLAHTERIKO LA Til.
1866.-b!:Vhe11L0CK' and oak
PINE, 11EMI OCK, ANT) OAK TIVBCB, .
CI'T IO A BILU
COT TO A BILL, .
AT SHORT AOTlUt
1 Q((X CKDAB ANP PINR 8HINGLB8,
lOUU. CVDAK AM) PINE SH1NULEH.
Ho. 1 LO.NO cKDAB SHINUI.KH.
No. 1 SHORT OF.OAH hHIN(LK8.
WHITS. PINK M1INOLKS.
. OTfRKH BniWLKS.
FINE A880KTHKNT FOR SALE LOW
1 RflH -LOMBF.R FOR UNDERTAKERS! I
J-v w ' iiainp.K run rnUKKrKE hVS 1 1 -
SIP !!!? IT. AND PINK.
A LN rT, A N
ALNTJT, AN 1
naiMJ 1, AMD riNIS.
ALBANY LUM HER O F ALL KIND:
AlAA,K.LH!,."'!t..?f' ALL K-INDtJ,
SEASONI- D WALNUT.
DRY POPLAR CHERRT. AND ASH. '
OAK I LK. Aio BUS,
ROSEWOOD AND WALNUT VENEERS.
lOUU. CI GAB-BOX
SPANISH CEDAR BOX BOARDS.
AT REUl CED PRICES.
SPRUCE JOIST 1 SPRUCE JOI9T1
SPIU'E JOINT! SPRUt'E JOlHf I
FROM 14 It) m FFET LDNG.
FBOM 14 TO ti FEE I' LONG.
HEMLOCK PLAK AND JOIST.
MAULE BROTn'R CO.,
5 2? fimrp
No 1500 SOUTH 6TB K
U1. II. WILLIAMS,
Scvcntcentli and Spring Garden St.
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
Nos. 24. 26. and 28 S. FIFTEENTH St.,
ESLER & BROTHER,
WOOD MOULDINGS, BRACKETS, BTAlB BALUS
TERS, NEWKL POSTS, GENERAL TURNING
SCROLL WORK, ETC. i
SBELVINO PLANED TO ORDER.
Ibe largest assortment et Wood Mouldings hi this city
constantly on hauU. 4 17 Sm
TW. SMALTZ'S LUM HER YARD. K. E.
. comer of FIFTEENTH and STILES Street. '
OFFERS FOR SALE,
CHEAP FOR CASn
Panel 1st com , 2d com , 3d com., 4 4, 5-4. 6 8. 8-4. Whit
Fhst and second quality Tellow (4 4, 5-4) and White
I lne (4 4) Mooring Boards
First and aecond ua:itv one and two sides FencA
hhelving Boards Bass, Asn risnas and Boards, Whlto
Pine Mils, all sixes Step Boards, 4-4, 6-4.
Uemiocs ,oist anu Hcant iha an sizes.
Pi line lot Spruce Sil s and Scantiina;
P altering Lath (English ana Caials) Pickets.
Hilnu'es, Chesnut l oHta etc.
Mahogany, Walnut Plank and Boards.
All klmiB of Building Lumber cut and lurnlahed at tha
shortest notice, at the lowest prlce a 5 ba
LOST THR CERTIFICATE NO. 1221, is
sued by the City of Philade'pnla (old) to provide
for the subscription to ihe Pennsylvania Railroad Com
psny's stock, oated September 'IL 18M tor one tliounaixl
dollars, payable to John Oarth Dodgson, ot Preston,
Lancashire. Enalaad, and Hp j harp, of London. Kna
land, trustees, hrartng ui'cn iat six per cent, perao
num. Redeemable July 1 1&3. 6Atuthal8l
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
R E M O V A L.
WILLIAM G. PERRY.
BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER.
HAS EEMOVED FUOK
s. w. corker fourtu and race,
to (6 2SlmwIm
No. 728 AKCII STREET.
INE STATIONERY, OP THE BEST
Quality. w. u. reutcx,
No. 728 Alum Street,
KNOLD'S LNK, FABER'8 PENCII. AND
timott's 8teel Pens, aU genuine, sold by
TV U rC- 1Mb I ,
No. 728 AR H street.
BLANK EOOKS IN LARGE VARIETY,
ol my own manuluclure.
SELLI&O AT LuWEST CASH BVTES.
W. G. PERRT.
Vo. 728 ABCH Street.
CAP, AND BILL;
AT LOW CASH
W. O. PERRT.
Vo. 728 ABCH Street.
rOLD PENS, NATIONAL BANK PENS,
vji r erry s nue ciwu i
Ko. 728 AR II itreut.
S 25 Imwltn
JDINliUlUiII STRONG ALE,
AND 13IIOWN STOUT.
A fresh importation ot WILLIAM TOUKOER'3
8TROHG ALE, andBBOWH STOUT PORTER,
Also, ALSOP'S ENGLISH ALE, in one order, for Sala
by the cask or dozen.
SIMON COLTON & CLARKE,
8.W. cor. BROAD and W ALB UT
rOBBAILIXOS, BTOBB FRONTS,
XBOB BEDSTEADS, AND WIRE WORX.'
Id variety, maaalaotured by
M. WALKER S 80N8,
1 29 6m8p Xo. U Hrth 01X111 Swee