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THE DAILY EVENING . TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 3...8GG.
JOHXSOH'S TOUR TO THE LAKES.
Viewing (he Falls The President Ie
tlittl to go to Canada Con vernal Ion
with a' Delegation from Louisiana
Ueneral Orant Ulvea Some of 111m E
pertencea In Louisiana Admiral Farra-ft-t
Calculate the Advantages of the
Valla for Purposes of Navigation, Ktc.
t Niagara Fa li s, September 2 In anticipation
f their probable aeslre 10 visit the Horseshoe Kails,
OC the Canada side, dnrinc the dar, Mr. Thompson
fcinjly ottered to send a special train to convey the
part to the further end of the Snsoenston Bridie,
trera wnc tncT ron d be conveved in carnages,
but the pvofior was deo ined.
LEA VINO TBI HOTKX.
At half-past e.'even the rr?id"nt, Secretaries
Reward a do Welles. General Giant. Admiral Far
racut, and General ftewhns alc'Jallura. and others,
passed out of the hotel nvietly bv the back cntranco,
bopmcr to pain the ourri'aaei which w re to tae
thcm to the rails, wttnout b.mtr observed. or attiact
lug a ore wd; but o-n Arinu'-eyed persons espied
thoir exit, and a errand rush wa male to see tho
President. He final y gnt off with ms two Secreta
ries, but somo ot the party were oot so fortunate,
and were bosioirod for scrotal minute.
VIUITINO TH FALLS,
Viewing the American Falls from Goat Hand
first, tbe visitors next passed around bf tbo Bus
pension Brldre to Tabic Hock Admirable Farra
uut made a more protracted stav on ibe is and,
v Initios' a'l the principal localities, excepting tbe
Care of the Winds. Ue sat for a bait taourscan
ulna fie fsllinr. foaming wi ers, and was probablr
specu al'nr ho-v near to the descend ln cataract be
could caloly moor tbe old ship Hertford and what
edict one of bor broadsid'S would produce on tbe
thundering, tumbling water.
UETUHMNO FOR DINNER.
Tbe party relumed about 8 o'olock, and soon after
entered tba dmii r-room lor dinner. Ibe President
spent a couple of hours in ibe parlor oi toe hotel
dmine the afternoon, a'tonded only by voitu ladies
and matrons of families, with whom he chatted very
jrraoiously, pafsinar irjm one littto coterte to anotfter.
A LOUISIANA DEPUTATION.
About 6 o'clock a deputation ot Louisiana assem
bled tn tbe vestibule and landing, and in pairs cn
tered tbe parlor and proceeded to w.r re Mr. Juftn
cton was then emraped . I heir spokesman at once
addressed tho I'resideut on bebalt of himself and
confreres He said :
Mr. I'resident -his delegation of Lonisianhvns
a' prosch - ou for the purpose of paying? the'rres
pools to you, not onlr as our wonby Oniei Mbvk
tra'e, bnt as also our best lritnd in upho.dmg tbo
To these remsrks tbo President bowed, and Mr.
Klnc, tbeir spokesman, introduced tho delegation
separately. Mr. Kace, a moinber ot the delegation,
on being introduced, sa d:
For the kindness, Mr President, to me in pardon
in a Itebol at mv request, vou will have my hearty
support as Ion i? as vou sopporr toe Constitution.
lotbis pledge of saiiport tbe President bowed,
and the introductions went on. After th i introduc
tion tbe President chatted tor a tew minutes with
tbe gentlemen from Louisiana. Anion? o her thin ;s
he said: " A great deal of tne opinions ol the world
were made up of ideas. There was a great deal of
people's acts and impress ons depending on their
idea ot dignity, and a great manv people shape
their actions accorling o 'he conceived idea of di?
nity . Hut there is a kind of dign'ty wnich, without
acoompl'shin anything, defoats everything. Honce
1 think it better to take the reality, to take a sound
common sense view ot things: to mike that the
basis of action, and leave it, to the oountry to form
Its own judgment ; and when anything is dono worth
appreciating, somebody will find it out ad put a
proper enimate upon it Why should not the Pre.
dent talk to the peoolof " he President H not sove
reign. The ppople are sovereign ; the are mv supe
riors. Why shoo'd I not speak to them lam the
one 'o pay deference to them, not the people to me.
But I am bapt v to say I am not now the resident.
It is not the President - ho moves among tbe ceoplo
now. 1 do not take tho President about with me "
Mr. Race rep'ied: "It is Andrew Johnson the
people esteem, just as I treasure among my moat
valuable pacers the autoeraph oi Andrew Johnson."
Another ot the dele a'inn said: 'That is the
idea, sir, you have given to the people, and you have
spoken so well and cleaily ou the subject that thoy
The Preifiont spoke a lew words in renly to the
last observation, but your reporter la led to oatoh
them. The delegation then withdrew.
TBS LOUIRIANIANS AND GENERAL ORANT.
Aftar leaving the ri'S dent the delegation suc
ceeded In securing General Grant as be was smok
ing a cigar with the profound c dm peculiar to him.
After introducing ench other all round, wringing the
the band of thtlr victim wita unnecessary earnest
ness and persecuting him with unheeded bened c
tions, they remained still unanpeased, and held on
to (be t-eneral unti , wonderful to relate thev drew
him Into quite an animated diwrtatien on the
c'ima'e of j ouiaiana "hore ue bad been stationod
before he left tbe rccu'ar army.
Tl e General's remarks, though few were highly
a Bus ng. He said that w eu he was in the vicinity
ot tbe Red river be had a ways found the climate
healthy, and thought that it was a pleasant plao
generally. Ke staid there a'togeihe' about fourtoen
months. The flr-t lx months of that lime only two
Ot their men d ed and those not from the insa'uritv
bt tbe place one of them bad his brains knocded
out avawst a tree. ad the oter quit drinking.
Tbe Louisiana de'egation laughed heartily at the
joke, and one of them made tbe (,uito unnecessary
explanation that to quit drinking suddenly in their
State was death.
Ibe General exhibiting symptoms of losing
patience the (telera'ion tben retired, whereupon bo
again resumed bis cigar,
JOKE ON THE REPUBLIC.
While the President and Secretary Seward wire
Qonitmu on the too ot the Goa' Island tower to-day
tbe latter jocularly remarked that "they were stand
idg on tbe verge ot the repobllo "
Mr. Johneon replied that "it was dangerous to
get too near the verge."
HEALTH OF THE PARTY.
The beal'b of several members ot the party has
been indlfferout lor a day or two. Sonor Homoro
has been suffering from a blious attack. General
Mni:nl'.nm is aiHioted witb a troublesome hoarse
nes, and General Grant has also been quite unwell
einoe leaving Auourw. wuicn provenea uis uxuior
irg tbe Cave ot the Winds to flay. General Rawiins
alone ha Den improved dv tne journey,
nnnnral Georire H. Thomas arrived here on Sstur
t day evening, having a two months' furlough, and
leaves for New York to night
, Ex-Presldenf Fillmore arrived from Bufla'o. and
Will aooompany tbe party to mat city to morrow.
BT. LOUIS DELEGATION.
A delegation Irom St. Louis, composed of Hon
.inhn Hoiran. member of Congress from tuat dis
trw V. on G Smith, of the City Counoii ; and
James Harrison, representing tbe manufacturing
Interests ot the c't-, readied here this morning to
formally invite tne President to extend bis journey
to that point The come resolved to take no ne
aial and are confident the President will yield to
Among the minor official aets ot the President
since leaving Washington, is the revocation ol the
appointment ot E. C. Wilson a Postmaster at fcn.
of Washington, has been relieved of his personal
ttanriannn nnnn the Preitldont. and bas been suo
ceeded bv Deputy Marshal O' e rre. Gooding's over
omciousuess irequenuv u'm-i imimiu-m
membeis of tbe Pies-deniial party npon the vere-e of
ndionte He probably understands by this time
tbat tbe Preiduntial excursion was not gotten up
for his especial glorification.
A delegation of Canadian otSoialx and private indi
vlduais. beaded by Mr. McDonald, Provincial At-
tnpnevGeneral, called on the President this evening
to assure bim of their friendship and confidence, and
to invite him to be tbeir guest at snob time and place
i won'd be most convenient to bimseif. They
alM alluded to the failure of a tormer dele
gation to obtain ao m'erview in Washing'
ton. Tbe President acknowledged the compll
ment of tbe visit, expia net why It happened he
j.r.M nnr m tne cent'emen who oa'led on him In
Waahirglonf and cone nded bv saying that at pre
sent it would be impossible tor htm to aooept tbeir
iu.tinn Haltinned that at some future ti ma ho
would be able to see them on their own soil, and re
new the acquaintance ao pleasantly begun. The
m.14una marinnr was ff raOlOU aUQ dlsillHed. and
be gave tl em no Indication hy soeech or otherwise
of his pledge upon any v
At a receDt meetintr of tue French Academy
of Science, a diamond weigblns about four
4,ramn a. tvtv c-rainsl was exhibited, which
In its ordinary condition was of a whitish straw
r.ir.r. hut linon Iwinir submHtea to heat tt
took a beautiful rose tint. It preserve this tint
for eight or ten davs. and tben completely loses
it. and returns precisely to its oncinal color.
This question of the color of the diamond has
an important Influence on Its value, for while it
Is estimated to be worth only CO.000 francs, could
tbe rose color be made permanent its value would
rise to 100,000 or 500,000 trancs.
THE BALTIMORE MASSACRE.
8taten-eit of an EyfVWitness The Riot Delibe
rately Planned immuaity of Rioters from
Baltimore, September 2. Further partlcularf
ol tbe atrocious outrage on Friday msrht at tar?
camp ineetiujr near tbis city by supporteis of
the President's policy are rspidlv comm to
lipfht. A ftentleman Who C-t1" all 'n Pro
ceeding says "the story tbat Benson White was
shot by colored men is maicx'u''1y.'a,f,e;B!,IIlt
could not be popsible from his y osmon. ue
alfo tars, "it is a fact worthy o r'.e, tD8'
when the blacks charged upon the Kctwi. nn1
drove them, which tbev did three time?, th-.V
always retreated directly within the circle of
the white people's tents, instead of retreRtim?
through the open tpace to right and lett of
colored people's tents, where they would not
have produced alarm amone women and chtl
dien, and would not have ennncered thn lives
of any of tbe white people tented on the ground,
as tbe whole mctee would then have been out
side of the white people's encampment.
Many of the rictera were returned Rebel nol
(lieie, and spoke of commands to which they
belonged in the Rebel army. One of these
Rebel soldiers approached me with a sluns-bot
in his hand, ana swore he wished he had tbe
little rirlo he had foupht with during the war;
be would figbt as hard with it now as ever he
did. One large tat man, living in Anne Arun
del county, not lar from the neighborhood of
the camp, who is one ol Governor Bwan's regis
ter?, was heard to declare before manv Demons.
and in the midst of the rioters, thht be was glad
it bad occurred. He said that at tbe commence
ment of the allra.v he went into a tent to pro
tect some women and children, and a l'dv told
mm hdo .lid not want um protection, and asked
him to leave the tent. He said, with a crowd
of rioters around him, that he hoped to Goi she
too n.tpht be killed, which the rioters ap
plauded. This same fut Register said tbe
Methodists were not as good as negroes; that
the G -d d d Abolition Methodist preacher
oiiuht to be shot, and ho was glad the meeting
bad been broken ud: tbat the.y ought not to be
allowed to have meetings, with a great deal
more laneunge ot similar import. He nlsosnid
that be was going to take his gun and go gun
ning throuch the country tor negroes. .
II was evident tbat tbe murder ot blacks was
only a part of the arrangement, and that
whites were not to have been spared if they
made, any resistance. Every truly loyal man
saw and tolt this. A noted Rebel from Balti
more took a very active part in trying to uet
tent-holders involved in the melee with the
neeroeti, for what purpose may be surmised,
from tbe fact that all who did not turnout
were to be treated as negro sympathizers.
'ine riot naa been majned tor some time, from
the fact that the rioters enme to the eround
aimed with club'' and revolvers, and for several
days previously Rebels in this city and in Ihe
railroad cars had treoently been beard to say
thai the caiup wo'ild be broken up, and that
there would be fuu at tho camp meeiini:.
Arrests of colored men continue to te made tit
AnneAiundel county, but none of the white
rioters are in custody. Tue riot took place in
Hen Harris' district, and was, beyond doubt,
tbe work of bis constituents.
For Additional City InlcUigcnce see lliird Page.
TIIK CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL.
Introduction of the New Faculty Sjrsech of the
rrincipaj scenes, incidents, JLte.
Some very inter, sting exerc ses took ulace at the
Ceu.ral High jScliooi, on ISroad street, this inoruing.
A number ot important chat ires in the faculty have
been made this veer, and they have given rise to
many unjutt surmises and unfounded suspicious
throughout the communitv, that.iiev are tbe con
sequence of cei aiu poiiiical prejudices pervadmg
tho liiStitntiun at variance with the President's
policy. We take pleasure in announcing tuut suuh
reports aro utctriv without foundation, as three of the
five who-u roBicnutions were accented are tuorouchlv
radicul in their nnclples.
i nia morning tnore asdeinDiea in tne lecture-room
oi tbe ilikb School a targe number ot the pupils of
tne institution, the entire iaiuitv. the membors of
tbe Hoi ra oi Control. Judge Pierce, and tne Princi
pal and Professors elect. Mr. Edward Shippon,
X'resiaent oi tne ttoara ei control, opened tue exer
cics with a few euionistic remarks upon tho appa
rent inteilectnal development ot the pupils, tbe
capability oi ihir instructors, and the general status
ot the institution.
Ho alterwards introduced the future nrincina'.
Mr. liicl.e Dr. Noma, the now Professor ot Natural
l'hilosopbv and C..euiintry. and Mr. S.uart. the uew
Mr. Hiohe responded in tbe touowlng remarks:
1 have been callea to the nresldenc v of this Initltn.
tlon withou tollcltatloa on mj pari, una I accept it not
a together viih ut reluctance. I am. of course sensi
ble or the hoi or lntendd me and of the responsibilities
which I am about o assume. I approach the dUchartra
of my new auties, however, with a certain selt
contldence and reasonable hope of accomplish
ing the work entrusted to ma My connection
wr.ii tue school system oi Philadelphia baa been
sufllclen lv long and intimate to familiarize me with
much of what 1 sball have to do and has 1 doubt not,
secuted for me something of the trust ana conrpieace of
tnose wiw wnom i eu-ui oe orount into relation. May
1 trust tbat the community at large will give me thoir
sympathy and support UJtll time shall enaole me to
acmeve resuiui uv wuicu i may uq lauiy jaogear
&s wtrin,uui wuniB, uiusi ue my corciucaie ol merit,
I shall not be lavish ot nrouile. which can earrr- mtn
them no puarantee of their lull! ment.
Assurinv the public of my earnest determination to
conrecra e my best efforts to tbe advancement of the
true lntetests of the institution. I re y far the Issue
upon that Divine Providence who knows the single
ness of my put pose, and will, 1 hope, b. ess my endea
vors with Buccess.
At the conclusion or tne above. Mr. Kiche read a
portion ot tbe SI t Pkalm, beginning -"in Tboe, O
Lord, do I put my trust "
Alter aar. Kicne naa ooncmaea nts remarks and
read the beautiful chapter above alluded to amid
the proonndest snenoe, Mr. bhippon arose and an
nounced me presence oi one oi the ludiciary, no
less than Judce Pierce, and signified bis pleasure in
a tequest the Judge bad made to address them. He
spoke briefl - and ioeling y of the disadvantages of
his tarty life and the comparative superioiity ot tbe
edocationai advantages of the present day over those
ot his youth, lie delivered some salutary and im-
prehBive aance io mo stuuents, calculated to incito
them to per-everance anu integrity. After Judge
Pierce (who is, moreover, an a.uums of tbe iiigh
(School) had ilmalied bis remarks. Mr. Rlehn m
and dismissed the s hnol calling upon the Faculty,
as it at present stands, to come again to-morrow
morning at 0 o'c.ock.
CoMMfJilCATioif. The followinar noticn
bas been banded to us from Charles P. Herring.
aiiecieu w -uiuuoi uvavyu n. i Kuiiron, in reierenoe
to the nomination lor the Prothoaatory of tbe Pis
trict Court :
Jooet h It. riantgen, tq , rresKJent of the Ki.
tional Union t'onven'ton "Sir: In the proceed
ings ol toe uonvennon, as puoiisnea in the dai y
pupors, 1 observo that I have been nominated for tbe
olbce of ' frotbonatorv ot tbe District Court." I
beg leave, respecuutiy , to decline the nom nution.
i ours, e'o.,
Charles P. Hrrri.o, Mo. 228 Dock street,
Phlladolphia, Kept, 8, 18U0.
Freak op a Locomotive. One of the
locomotives of the Pennsylvania Central Railroad,
which was standing on tbe track inside tbe enclo
sure, above Market and Tlnrty-fir-t streets, suddenly
started and went across Itaraet street towards the
West Chter depot ortuuateiy It ran off tbe track
belore it reached the deiot, and brought np suddenly
on tbe south side of Market street. Tbe We-t
Lhester train was Ju-t cominc in at tne time, and if
t e looomotive bud not run off the track there would
have been a teartui collision.
A Mixkd-TJp Case. J. McCool, James
Tagne, T. Donahue, and Michael Leahy were ar
risted yesterday tor tho larceny of a watch. Michael
Leahy is tue man wnotnueges ne lost tne watcn,
while in tbe later beer saloon oornerot Franklin
and Master, but aa be was drnnk at tbe time, he
was committed aiso. He charge tbe larceny on
McCool, Taffue, and Donahue. Alderman J itch
held tbe whole lour in o(X each to answer the
Heavy Chaboks. Joseph Cantrall was
arrested on Saturday evening, on the cbarge of ma
lioious misciuef, larceny, and other eerions charges
tbat bae been impending over him for tome time.
Cantrall is a notorious character, and has been up
on various charges He was arrested at Ninth and
Catbanne streets. H was held in S6000 bail tor a
lurther hearing at the Central elation, tuts after'
AooBAVATkD Assault. John Carman
was arrested last evening for committiuv aa
estault and battery on a man at Twenty-third and
llarket afreets. During the soutlle Carman opened
his opponent's nose with an ovator-knita. lift was
committed by Aidorman Jones to answer the huiaous
cunrj-e vi uucwaibg ugu tor ojiter,
f5pKCIAL MtKTINO OP COTJJTCILB TUB.
FnKirKM o tab irrr Extenord to theSooih
cbh Dklkoatkk. A siiectal meeting of boh
tranches of City Councils toex'end the freedom ot
ttiecltj to the members of tne Hontbern Loya istn'
Convention, was bold this m iming at In o'clock.
l're-ltlont Lynd in the chair.
The rob of members was called, and the following
answered to their names :
: Messrs Kariow, Iturom, Csttell, Hodrlon, Jones,
Mat,uol, bperins, Van Clcve, VT aguer, Lynd, .'resi
dent. Messrs. Hopkins, Eamorly, King, M arena, and
Page were present bnt tl:d not answer lothe rname.
1 1 ere not being a quorum prcstut, Mr. Katncny
moved to adjourn. Ag red to.
the Dtroooract c members soon af'cr left, and a
quoirm being obtained, tbe C hamber reassembled,
flbd Mr Vancleve escrcd tbe io lowing preamble
an(f rco..",lougwblA weie unanimously adopted :
Whetiil, 1 Convention of Honthem Loyalists is
f assemble in fhti oity io-o.ay lor the purpose of de
vi?n.C wa-s and mens to give tho btate lately in
HctMlien theut proper taU in tbe American
LAVwheraf, fairf Conveftfion .will be compp?cd of
Southern mT wlio remained trt1., to tne uovern
mi nt ot the I tilled (state- dontig Ik"' 'fT1' w.ar!..
irf whet-ran, Tne ci'lzons of Ka.
and always patriotic abfwn. n.n1.tIeH0'l
mid deteettng traitor, but loung pa'i. u.,"u'""1
delighting to honor pttdo ( therefore b .t
Resolved, Bv the Select and Comn-on C . ?i
111. .,1 r.f I h.l.fjnml.i. Thil tnttmrwm I. ' " "
about to aswmoie in Convention in ibis cltv. v
true and tni-d nutrintji nf the Smith. vhA rK
their lives or perilled their fortunes to mainl .
their devotion to tho Government of thete t nitK '
Mates, amid the danger and trials ot Rebellion, u
that, as such, we uonor them tor their courage, audi
love them for tbeir fidelity to principle,
liesolvtd, That as a mark o. honor and e'teem,
the Mayor bo and Is hereby requested to welcome
them and extend to them tbe freedom of the city
during tboii sojourn witn us, and tbat a special com
mittee of five ttom each Chamber be and is hereby
appointed to show them all tho courtesy in their
A committee of five was then appointed, after
which tbo Common Council resolutions were con
curred in and the Chamber adjourned.
Pursuant to the follow ing Call, a special meeting
of Common t oancii was ho d at 10 o'clock thi
morning. President William S. Soklry in the
1'PlLASKLruiA, September 1, 1860 William S.
Mok.ey, fc-tq., President ol Common Council:
Please call a special meeting of Common Uounol',
to be be d on Blonnav, tbe 3d mat , at 10 o'clook A.
M , in t ommon Council Chamber, tor the purpose
of exf nding tbe fret domol the city to the mem
bers of tbe Loyal Union Southern Convention
about lo assemble in tbe city.
V alter Aluson, 8nmuel C. Willits, John C. Martin,
Jiobort M. vans-, Ueorgo A. Sohafer, Daniel W.
Stockbam, H C. Harris, n. Enoch Taylor, Georgo
"W. Mactauue, Davia i. GnfUtb, John Bard-Icy,
'ibe roll ot members was cal'ed, and the follow
ing answeied to ibeir name :
Messrs. Armstrong, baidsle, Bilbngton, Creswell,
Kaer. Earnest, Kvuns, Pranciscus, dill, tinllltbs.
llai.cock, liarper, Harrison, Hclzeli, Kater, Krupp,
Mactacue, Murcer, Munin, Mckels, Oram, Kay,
ISci alcr, Simpson, Stoctliuiii, Htokes, lavior, Van
kirk, Wulits, Wo bert, Moklev, ITestdent.
Mr. Kvans olT. rcd tbe loliowms resolutions:
Hesnlted lly the Select and tiommon Councils ot
I'biladelplna, That, up n elating tho indescribable
sacniicea and surtennirs. and remembering tiie
patiiotic services of tho loyal im-ii oi the foutliorn
Status, we hoi coy tender to the representatives oi
this breve people a sincere and grateful welcome to
tt e city of American Independence
Henolvfd, As a lurther mark oi our admiration
ai d respect ter these our devoted mm and brethren,
tbe two branches ot the City Councils, beaded by
their itspectie othcers, will at once proceed in a
body to unile n tbe procession which is io e-cort
tl.e J-ouiheru delegates to tae place appointed lor
Mr. Hczel, hiteenth Ward, said that tbe action
oi cuncils was a direct lnsii't io tho President of
tbe United Stuie. Ihe city bas been di-graccd bi
lbo action of i s authorities, and be considered i bo
mtcnng of Common Couuctl nothing more than a
1 he first resolution was tben reud and adop'ed by
a vole ot 27 to 8 uiU, Hotzuli, and Xickels voting
in the negative.
The second resolution was then considered and
adopted by a vote ol 28 to 3
l,r. Harper moved to recou-idor the first resolu
tion. Avrt edto. Yeas. 29; nays, 8.
The samo gentleman m ved that "Select Coun
cil" le stnekm out in tbe flrt resolution, and U
insert alter the word "Independence," '-aud that
Select Council be invited to participate with Com
mon Council in Itonoriiif? tbo Southern d legate."
A motion to lay on tbe table was t ot agreed to,
aDd tbe ameniinunt pa sed
The re-olutions pasted by select Council were
then offered and adopted, and the Chamber ad
journed. Keeping a Disorderly House. Til-
lium L. firaves and Sophia Grave wore arrested
about midnight last niittit, for keepiug a disorderly
bouse and lor being disorderly. Ibeir pi ace is at
Beaver and Canal streets, and has bceu a nuisance
to tbe ncifhhorhood 'or some timo past. A nun
named Geor-e Strerpcr was arres ed at the same
Elace and tire lor disorderly conduct. After a
earing belore Alderman Shoemaker, the whole
party were committed in delau t ot bail to answer.
FORCIBLE ENTRY. U. II. Vt Dlte WBS
arrested last niibt tor a-sault and battery. He had
been locked out of bis bouse on Hart's lane. when.
irrda'ed at not getting la, he kicced in tbe door
and inuuiged in otber violence. He was arrested
and bad a bearing beiore Alderman Holme, who
held him in vlGOO bail to anver. He will probably
nave time lor bis cxcueuii ui io coot uown.
Meeting of the National Union Exe
cutive Committee. a meeting of this Committee
will be he d at tbe Continental this afternoon at 4
o'clock, lor the purpoie of providing substitute for
W. L. Miorry, ot Connecticut, and a. J. Kaymond,
of lsewYoik. There will ne other busine.s ol im
portance transacted by the meefang.
Uocbe Robbery. Samuel Engird and
John sm'th were arrested tor robbing the premises
No 457 M. J'huteemh street. Ihev eutered the
house during the absence ot the owners, and took
from tbem various articles, tbe value of which is not
yet a termlned. They were held by Alderman Jones
lor a tunner Dear in r.
Tothk N-wspapkb Pbess. Remember
that the rooms of tbe Press Club of Philadelphia
are open to s cu, and you can obtain every means ot
making up your despatches there. The latch oi the
door, at No. &15 Chesnut street, bangs ou.side ail .of
Cholera. Since our report of last Satur
day there were eleven cases ot cholera reported to
tbe Board ot Hea th. Ot these there were six mtal
Bullet pboov Coats.
In Belgium, some man of note
Vf as designed a bullet proof coat.
Made ot cloth, but impervious quite,
let lo tne wearer fee mg light,
Bai tor good coata, the irame to shield,
To Belgium we will uotyit ld;
And it mortal ct it h can turn a ball.
It ought to be that Irom lower Hall.
Alen't, Youths', and Boyt' Clothing.
Ko. 618 Market street,
Bennktt ft Co.
Children' Teething! Mothers wb) love their
offspring should never be without a bottle of Dr.
MARSDEK'S CAHMIKATIVE SYRUP: the tes
timony of many motbeis proves tbat Its effect in all
diseases incident on teething is miraculous. Dpot
Ao. 437 Broadway, Arte lork. lor gale by Joint.
son, Bolioway if LctPden, n holt tale Agents, Xo.
23 iV. Sixth street, Philadelphia, and by alt drag-
Dbexbl & Co.,
No, 84 South Third street.
unpaid Bills in the pocket, and a surcharge of
bile in tbe ss stem, are two of the greatest annoy
ances of life. Tbe former is bard i y to be cured by
medicine; but the latter is effectually removed bv
tbe use ot MJRSHES'S VEGETABLE SAVJ-
HVE PILLS. Depot, Ao. 487 Rroadway, Sew
York. For sale by Johnson, IlolUnoay ( Cowdtn,
Wholesale Agents, Ao. 28 A'. Sixth street, Philtulel'
pftta, and by all druggists.
Tbs-Fobtt Coupons due September 1,
Bought by 1
1BKXBL ft CO.,
No, W uth Third, street,
1 mma is o EsctTan lor those who drag their
wtary and disordered bodies Into oar company
when a few doses of Ayer's Parst.ai ilia would cleanse
tbeir musk; b ood, and rotore their health and
vfgor. Ye muddy victims of bilious dlseast , have
sere record for your nnigbbors, if nottoryonrseb-cs
Cpbmno ow Rullbt'b ew Saloon, Mo. 821
Walnut street and No. 131 S. K ffhih Street. Tbe
Eei!'ey Prothors aro well known to tho community
ai beinft kind and aflabie gentlsmen, and it Is only
such that visit them. Ibey deserve to be en
couraged, for thnv are nature's noMemen.
Tub Elliptic Ixcb;-8titoh ewik Macbinb,
with all the latest improvements and attachments,
incomparably thebat for family I'te.
Uliptic R. VI. Co.
Agents wanted, Ko 023 C:hesnut street, I'blla.
Twelfth and C'kksnut is tbe place to purchase
Cork Mattresses and Bedding., and to have your F ur
riture retipliolstrred. varntcbed, and repaired by
Fon vlK covicc'ions, Irui1", and delicacies, go to
No. 1037 Pprinj Garden sttoet.
SrNiAKi) IloMrnoi'Aifirc BlFniciNns. The
agent o llunmbrey's Honi'popnthic Spcclfio hns
received a very imporiant addition to bis list of
Humphreys' Hpecilin Huimeopathlc Kerne lis in Ibe
i-hapo of bpecitic No. 84, wbicn cures diphtbena and
ul eiattd sore throat. I hese specifics have obfa red
a wide celebrity amone medical piactitiourrs, and
Bio very inrgelv ued by I hem, being pionipi, elli-kiit-tit,
reliaole, and convenient. An onendtd a !
Mt semen t in another column giveoalist of the
"ereBt sp-cllcs, the diseases whloh they remedy,
nrf 'be prices. The cases tor family use are espe
,Juli V worthy oi' attention, and so the new depart
rurnt etninnrv speciflos. The ha tqutrters of
H imoin'v"' I'ee'flo llomreopathic Hediotne Co. is
it o pivrt, 'roailway. New loik. Bmyn Traveller.
A MAN Olt'J-
Wcat says he moved sr often during
whenever a covered wagon stopped
.t iiu rate his Vv ickens wouid lull cn their bacas
ani I ho?S up ! .Brt tJt!'2 "t?d "'"'.
Kin lr nersons a,nt .a rood tlnntr in the
tapeis nX-Zy.tfk vr(K1T loohfc t the hot-
torn lines betoro thy vJi'h V1"
one sar, thav
to see a noiioe oi c . ""'
1 nee Clothing, under the-V ont'nentai.
( HII.nitKN'S C'LOTHINff .' Sh0emak'r CO.,
Nob. 4 and 6 North Eighth str-K ' ' now opening a
splendid assortment of Boys, G ,rls Intan: , and
tinoVEU & Baker's Hiehc'-t Pt 'emlura WaHc
Stitch Kcwing Machines lor ft,ml!v' use Ao ,J0
Imtrovkd Lock-Stitch Machines' K,r Tailors
and Manuiscturers. t-rover & Buker tnir Ma
chine Company, No. 73d Cbesuut street.
Compound Interest Notes 7 8 10 and 6-203
wanted. De Haven & Brother, No 40 S. Third -s
Dr. H.N. Gcer8i.y has removed to No. lV'W
Cbt sniit street .
Svphriou Styles cp Klady-made Clothink.
Sl'PhKIOtt STYLES OH ltF.At V MADK CLOTIttNO.
Wanamakkh Sc Brown
Popular Clothino House,
t,outheat corner Sixth and Makkkt Streets
M rVIJUI 'VAi.
HORN B KF.R On 'I tiesilav evening, the 30:h u t..
by the Rev Joseni 'i . Cooper JAMfcs H. H HIJi, of
Pprint-fleU, Moniftomer county l'a., to MAttt'.otiiy
Ubumei oi u. ... it-Ker, v. v.. ot rniiaaeipnia.
PtilOUAY-Ml'ELLKIt.-liv Kev. W. T. Mann,
Aumit-t 3li. ALtiLK i -.('1IOHVY to Miss t'.tI!"US",
Ml LLIitU. uotli ot this ciiy. Io cards.
BRY' N On Sunday morning. Ibn2d inst.mt BF.f-
LAU KENARi). daughter ot Edwin H. and alary T.
. be relatives ann fnenus or tne tanuiy aro invited
to otlen'' the luncral, irom the residence ol hiT parents,
No ltati 1. E.cvcnth street, on Tuesday ut 8 o'clock
1', sa. '
GRF.KN.M AN. -Suddenly, on the 2d instant, WILLI M
T. CSU1U -.A 51 AN. late Serg.-ain iu the -Uth iieunuunt P.
V. v , in i tic iM year oi ins uai
The relatives nnd r lends o the family, alo thsmotn
bers of Companv J. 29th Iteulment are res;iectiul y in
vited to attend the Mineral, from the resl lence of his
mother, Ko 48(1 N. Filth street, on Wednesday adeinoon
ut 3 o'clock.
NOBLt. On the 1st Instant JTiFrH VOX NOBLE
Jr . son ot Joseon C. and Mary Noldo aged b years and
1 n out lis
His re attves ana irienas are rc8i)eciiuii invica to
anend the tunernl. from the resilience of hU parents.
No 121 Allen treet, HBhtwenth Wn-d on iVeduenday
morning at 9 o'clock. To proceed to Mount Peace come
FOR MOVABLE BLACK-BO AKDS I'HuTO
graphic Hereon" orverv heavT Bedsteads we have
a stron. larye wrea en uracaet aior wuicn is vrj
suitable; also, a vaxiety oi other C'atois
1 1 1 1 ,11,11' iv. cna,r.
No. 8:ift(F.lght Thlrty-nve) MARK KTt . bcto NiB'h.
FOR CORN OYSTKKS, CORN FRITTERS,
or other preparations oi green corn, or for those
wno canuot mustica'e tneir uoiica corn, raieui urn
Craters will be found to remove all tbo nutritious por
tion nom the Indigestible bub. Hold by
l it u ias ec hait.
No. 835EIiihtThtrty-flvel MakKF.T et below Nluth.
SLEFPY HEADS, OR ELDERLY PEOPLE,
w, anybo'tv else that wants to unbo't a ctiamber-
- ' , -, . . ... V. , ,. - V'L.kt 1j i, i ,
OOOr WlinOUt IIKlimH uuv ui mou, vnu uu lubui iiu.u
contrUed to meet that want at
(ElghtThlrtyflTe) MARKET Ht., below Ninth.
OR WILL BE TAKEN IN EXCHANGE FOR
18 0 r 1
And Market Difference Allowed.
DREXEL & CO.,
No. 34 South THIRD St.
MILLINERY, TRIMMINGS, ETC.
E M O V A L .
I. S. OUSTER & SON
HAVE REV.OVEH TO
No. 728 ARCH Street, Selow Eighth,
'Where they have now c n band a large assortment ot
FALL MILLINERY GOODS,
Of EVERT DESCRIPTION". (81-wsmlm
MRS. R. DILLON,
Nos. 323 and 331 SOUTH Street.
Has a handsome assortment of MILLINEBTi Mtsse
and Infants' Hats and Caps, Bilks, Velvet Crapes
Ribbon., Feathers, Flowers, frames, etc
R. HUNTER, No. 41 N. SEVENTH
STBF.ET. ABOVE FILBERT. PHILArtELPHI
Acknowledged by all parttri intrretled as by lar tin
MOM hiirt'khiiKIIL PHYMlnlAN
In the treatment af filtrate t tn An tvu,Hti OTTITK
THOROUGH, and permanent eurei guaranteed in er
ease, remember IiK UUKTS.K'S C elebrated Remedies
can oni- ie una genuine ai his old establiab Omce.No,
PanrLs REGULAR LINE FOR HART
Jjtiri3Z FORD, COXN., via the OELAWAU-
xsis ua-iu" t&n&k
Tue steamer i KVa IA. CaDtaln Orumlev. now loadlnt
at tbe second wharf above M A UK I T Btreet, wUl leave
us above on TxlUKHDa 1 next, HepiembarS
l or tonus ot u elgtit, which will be taken at reason
WILHAM H. BAIKD 4 CO.,
THE LOYALISTS' CONVENTION.
OOVEHNOR HAMILTON'S HPKKCIt.
Continued from I'ourtf) r.dUion.
Where oca d w go? Instinctively onreyes turned
to tbe goodly city of l'm.aae pbia, (oUMrjr the
piace wntre civi , oonstt u. tonal liberty ttyoa tie
Am rtcan continent, bad its lnrt! , then tn the city
oi Franklin; 'there in . he shade Of the O d Liberty
Han, liidepena noe Hal, if we mlyht not meet
and 00 sun there with tbe approving smiieul its
cil'Zeus, where under beaven more proii tions!
We Lave come, assured oe etc we lelt our bom?
that we would meet a we oomo, but as much ai we
tad bcrrd of tbe h (, t a I f ot tin i gomllv city, tar
tamed as it is, it has isrotitstrifippd onrexoectations.
If or this welcome, sir, n the name ot tbe loyal in a
here astemblea in convention, as lotal citirens tnat
rci'resout every man, woman, and child, w litto sud.
u rt K,in inenoutn, we tender yon our aeaiy ta'U-i.
We coma to this Convention because we realire
tbo lact In our Concilion at bom ) that no pnnoiple,
so lur aa it has jv icaiiou to the Aammistraiion is
emwrued, ban been settled by Hie late contest. We
K ulid ti.at our fond b'ipe iliat this Ciurernmeut
vouldbeauch a (iovetnmont n our (at i ers in
ttnrted when tbev framed It, giviii.T not onlylree
dim to everv human brine within it, but placinv it
on a sure foundation bet'eethan libeity, actual prp
lection to every clncn. ( Cheers
lliat ies .1 1 was tot to bo the pritoiple uon
which t!ie Oovernment wa to be admini-teretl, fnt
that ws were eft in the old condition to be remitted
bticK to tbe tender tue.cr ol tho &lns watch at
tbeir will and tender discretion might strike down
the principles oi human rignu, aud no protoctlnj
power be lound In tt-.ein.
, It is bt cati-c, sir we believed the time wa prooi
tiotis to bring back the people of the Government to
tbe primitive ideas of tbe r"pub e. to organize a
pa'tv , or rather to Improve the oigauizttiou ot the
iiuitv (levcteu to :be riun' lican 'rnci.l s, to bring
it back unon tho old platform of the crnsti'tition l
rights ot every c.tizeu in our land that this Conven
tion bas been convened .
W e invoko tho a??,stftnse, prayers, and ronnsil of
all our brethten every whore tlirotip-Imtit the tmited
Males. We ak all oval belegauons irom th loiai
Siatos tbet came hero o give us the band of wel
come, not only to meet o but to he p u to remodel
our Cicvoiiinient In a purer, odder lailb tt.an jver
To prove to the FrcM'dout,Cnbinct,and(o bis conn
lei ors everywhere tbat tbe peop e oi ti.e I'm tod
States, Kortband Soirh. who aro tiie loyalists to
govtrn, will De satisfied with nolh ng loss than
actual security and mdivibiiai equality and equal
rigbtH under the Constitution, as our fore lathers
li we can be met in this, sir, our hearts aro with
you Our fortune? have Ions sinoe bocn exoendod;
we have uoue.
Mifoi-(.'eneraJ Strothcr. of Benkly county,
Virginia, better known u" "Porte C'rnvon," and
whoif Chief C'oiiDrillor of Virginia, ka-t, 'Mlh
Charles B. Campbell, hie colleague, will not be
present with the Convent-ion te-day. These
to uniliQchinc Unionist are Prne;'t workers
in the pood cavse.
fcj.ST.NG OF THE NORTHERN DELEGATE3.
Tli4? Noilberii dclesrate assembled at the
Unioti Iiiruc Kovse, 2i I'M, to ellect & pertna
Governor Ctirc'ro v. is fulled to the chair, and
thanked the nenbrs fjr the honor conferred
The loliowincr cpnueruen were elected vice-
i'rt'tiflents: Maine. Samrcf Coney; New Hunip-
sbire, tirvtrnor Smith; Vermont, Lieu'.entiii-
Jovernor A. B. Cftrtner; libooe inland. i;ov-
ernor Bnrns'de: M'i3Raebu5etc. Governor An
drew ; .'e York, ?tnatir Harris; Conneoticur.
t.overnor Iiawiev: umo. Jam? a. t;arheid:
New Jersey. Governor Ward; Pennaylvani!.,
S nion Cameron; Indtnna. Senator Lan; llh-
ols, Benatoi latesiMtchiii'iu, (rOvernorCrnnps;
Iowa. James W. Bright: yViPconptn, (ioveruor
I''airch"d; lIinuesota. tiovemor William R,
Marfhall: Kansas, Hidnev Clart, Esq.; Cali
torr.itt, Senator Cfirnetiv.s Cole;H)reeon. (Senator
Will'tims: Nevuda, Jauie? Hilev. Colortdo, Dr.
SecreiarieF New Ilfitnpsliire, Mr. Duncan:
IUiiioT", Mr. Shalfer: MnssBchi'M'tts. Charles O.
Roeus; IVnnsvivania, WillianiB. Manu; Indiana,
William it. wniitinjs; Kew jerev. n. i. Wilson;
Kfina", li. li. liittron; ruesv loric, Theodore
The ro"m being very tutieli crowded, one of
the members of the Union Leaaue said that the
room vu.s tendre.l to the members of the dele
gations, and as there were many present who
were not delegated, refiuesteci that tney would
Senator S'nrasue moved that a committee of
one Irom each State and Territory be appointed
IO tiiecL Ull.cerw icr 'uum ui UijrauizUllUll,
(lovernor Curtin hesitated some time here.
and Mr. Kelley said that, perceiving tiii deli
cacy ot the tiovemor, 1 move that General Burn
side be appointed Chairmen lor twenty seconds
to propose mat question.
(ietieral mirnside then put the oue9tion.
which was carried unanimously.
It was moved that bcneral Burnside be un
pointed Chairman of that Committee. Carried.
bonie one sueeesien inai tuere oe a secretary
appointed from the Pacific coast.
flir. ileiiey i wouia auuounce mat mere is a
delepation here froui the Pacific Coast; it is
necessarily small numerically. I can iive
vou the name of one tho Hon. Daniel
Macroore, of California. I would suggest
a morion be submitted at tiie pro
per time, tbat tne union lieasue have
caned a aciogncion lais evening oi tae national
Union of Soldiers ana Bailors, whose bead-
quarters are ut Washington, that they each be
permitted to name a Vice-President ot this
meeting, and report tuem to tbe rresiflent, who
shall announce them.
Or.o of the gentlemen moved that a committee
on address and resolutions be selected, one
Irotu each State aud territory.
Mr. Kelley I wouldmove that, after the ap
pointment bf this committee, th.s Coivenlion
take a recess to such time as shall be agreed
upon, so that tbe deleeations can conter
together, and name their representative as a
member ot the Committee on Resolutions.
Mr. President, I would like to inquire if it is
not expeotetMliat there will be some connection
between this Convention and the one organized
in this city, and it not. would it not be proper
tbat the resolutions should be adopted by both
Permit me, before that resolution Is submitted
to the meeting, to suggest that that would be,
perhaps, better a subject of future considera
tion, ana specially after our commlitee orguulze,
leavlrg time lor the Committee to confer, it
they choose, with the other Convention, or with
the'Committee on Resolutions and Address, from
It was moved, seconded, and carried that a
Committee on Credentials be appointed. The
rueetinir then adjourned for tbis purpo-e, to
meet again in half an hour.
The Lost Cable.
D-HAar s Content, beptamber 2. The newt of
tbe incccssful picking np ot the A'lantio teleraph
cab!e 01 1SUS reached here at lot ty dve minutes after
6 o'olock this morning. Tbe expedition with the
Great Eastern bad been out twenty-lour days, aod
all hope ot success had been abandoned by tbe tele
graph people here Tbe cable was recovered In
eiKbheu buudred fathom of watr, according 10
Captain Wonart'a chart, and in latitude 61-62.
longitude 86 08. orabout seven hundred tunes from
Heart 6 Content. ,
tier Britannia Maieatv'a steamer Terrible la ex,
pected here at any moment witb despatches train
the Otar Eastern and the triumphant fleet. Ibe
new reached Valentin at forty minute past, 5
o'clock, one hour and live minutes before it was re
ceived bere. bdmals are sent through the cable
w ith nerlect aeouracv. and we are talking with the
Great Eastern every moment via Va entia, in Ire
land. About three Dours aiier tne reoovery or the
cable tbe splice was made with tbe oab.e stowed in
tbe main tank oi the Great Eastern, and the lower
ing of tbe cable into tbe sea immediately took place
Tbe "Biff Kulp" ! now paying out the wire, land
approaching Heart's Content on return, at about the
same rate of peed she maiutained in the former late
exi edition. The telegraph fleet is expected here
next Haturday. Tbe news of the reoovery of tbe
cable created a great sensation here, and tbouah
received ai an hour wben icaroely any one was astir,
it spread in a tew minutes throughout tbe vi (acre.
The British and American flags wore Immediately
hoisted over the telegraph station asslvnalsof Joy
hr alotmra I.tindy, Vt addull, Trmps, IfocUs, (Irant
PlulAiJa. Stock Exchange BaIcb, Pept. 3
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Tim s.ulo'i thenire of thiscil? Mil o;wn fjr
Tiie regilar fall nnd Inter feson this evening.
VVn have on'v space to riotlre the proxrs.nmo of
each establishment lirledy, and rf er orrreader
to the Rpi-ctsl advertisement of er.rh llica re.
Tun CiiBflN'jT. Thi.. (avoi.te Theatre ooena
for the (all and w nter catnoa go to-tiicht,
iindei the muntu-ouH nt of Will. am 1). Minn Ai
Co. The stock com pun v cneuued is vet y large,
an 1 con In ins nuiu.v uvonte artiil. This even
ini: Mad'lle Fcllclta ViMtvul rill commence her
Inicwell cnBBgoinent. with Milinan's ersat
traced r, entiiled h'mio: tr. The luumn W'fe.
' 'Unities" is a crsti I impersonation, and thro is
probably but one living artress a ho cftu jswib
the charae'er etnially wttb Veslvali. All 01 lb
proni nent ffiomb rs ol the corps drainaliqw are
embraced in tho cast, and the poiloruiance wiil
prove very attrtctive.
Tim Walnut. Mr. J. 8. Claike opens in the
Hivati. His "Hob Aries" is vry tine. The
entire ca-t of tbo play is one ol iinimnil
t length; 0. Walcot, Jr., opp' ariug as "Caalsin
Abf-olntf," Mr. J. 1. Roberts as "Falklsnd,"
Oaen Faarpitns "O'TnBgor," and W. A. Chap
man ns "Sir Anthony." Miss Annie Orthsiui will
render tho part of "Jtiliti," aud Mrs. C. Walcot
will personate "Lucy." The ttock com nan vis
ationa and talented, and the stage will be pre
sided over fofthe senxon bv .'. b. Kjberi. The
veteran and accompli -hod manager, 1'hotnss I.
IHniphill. retains ihe tnanngenal reins. Tbe
side-splitting Jood'ps cent hides the perform -auces
tLls eveuirg, Clatke s'istnining Ins
tamous rote of tho inebriate "Timoihy."
Tng Anon. Th(s theatre opened on Saturday
to an immense audience. Mrs. John Drew aarf
every member of tbe company received very
fluttering ovations irom the audience. To-nlgbt
will bo matked bv the production of WestUnd
Matslon's neiv and st ccesele.l play of The Favor.
Up of Fortune. Tbe character of the heroine,
"Ilestir Lorrnittton," is in the hn nils of Mrs.
Drew, a trtlictcnt cnirnntee of is b"lnp accept
ably rendered. BIrs. Tnnvcr perlorms the part
ol "Mrs. I.ornnptoti." The prii cipal male char
acters will be personate:) by Messr. Frank Mur
diumt. Cwen .larloe, nnd'C. 11. Cr.fiitns Tb
play has been carefully prepated, an ) will be
plum! upon the stage in the htint-itor style fsr
which this thoarre is fnmot's,
Tde Nsw Auekican Theatfk. The Worrell
Sisters have been very sui-cess'ul. Tliey will
appear tbis evening in Pluurlw'a iuumcui fairy
cstravagnna of the Innisihle I'rince. The mar
vellous 'fon Leandcr" will bnd a capital repre
sentative in Miss Honhie, while the M'.sceptlble
'Princess Pretty Hell." and lier advcatiire-
loving maid "Apricotina," will be capitally sus
tained by tiie Misses Irene and Jennie. T. I
LoniK'i:. assumes the part oi the usurping,tkoug.
not belligerent hit buffer, "Furibonu." Tup per
formances will conclude with favorite loral.
drama of the Fireman of flnladetptiia.
Heller. This evening will be thr oueiiaiii
night of this wonderlullv gifted arw-it. T"U.
Aif-emblv Iiuildinir, Tomh i.ud Chesoa btreeta.
will contain bis piauo, cabalistic dork, uerial
bell, witches' pole, internal meiticiue, accumu
lative nan ooiiars, n's umuing wood Minstrels,
and hundreds of other ainusinrr and mystifying
wonders, many of which he will lutrod'ioe to
night. I'uriutr the summer season Ins troupe
of "Wood Minstrels" have added to their ;
(aire a grand overture, "O'liosh," witL uew
songs, jokes, glees, etc. Back-its and litroh-em
are the comedians. lurins t he evenmir "Tae
Lust Kose of Summer," "Homnambula,"' ao
the "Pra tice of a Boarding-school Miss" will
be executed on the piano b.y Mr- Heller. There
can be no better entertttJnment otlered Mia
public than is given by tbis great wit, musiciaa,
Among other improvements iu St. Peter-
rial Observatory at Pulkova, are to be placed ia
the new law courts and tde Imperial Library.
uismct teiograpns are to streicn over tue city
in all directions.
VISITING AND WEDGI4Q CARDS,
WlilTTLK, EHUUAVLl), A.N1 riCINTED.
The Latest London and Paris Styles.
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STATieKEBS AND CARD E NOR Ay ERS,
6 28emrp No. 913 A&CH Street.
pER FECT ION
IS EABELY ATTAINED, VET
A. B. W. BULLAHD'S
IMPROVED OIL SOAP.
Grease, Paint, Pitch, and Varnish,.
Ftom all Goods ef Durable C'eiors. is ahead of aoytluaf?
' yet discovered.
It leaves tbe Goods soft, and as perfect as when new,
wl b mo svot upon which dust can col ect, as is tbeoase
with all tbe preparations heretofore sold tor oleaasiai
It Is delicately perfumed and entirely free from the.
dtsBkreeable odor of benzine, and all other realnvuay
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Ot this preparation are extant therefore be aura aasV
.takenone but that vi bioh baa tbe autograph of A. li, Wl
bULLAUD on tbe label. j
Manufactured by tbe Pre pile tors,
A. B. W. BULLARD 4 CO.,
General Agents tor Pennsylvania,
DYOTT A COi,
No. 232 North SECOND Btreet, PhilaAsliibla.
Forsnle by all DrtujRUw. 8 am
Just received, in toud and store, a new Champata-et
far superior to most of the Wlues now In use in. tlitat
country. Imported exclusively by tna subscribar.
Also on band (and tb only place where U cans
be procared In this city) tbe ver celebrated Bouttu
America 4,-006TrBA DfTTEBS.
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