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THE HEW YOKK PEESS.
EDITORIAL OPINIONS OF TUB LEADING
JOURNALS UrON CURRENT TOPICS.
COMPILED BVKRY DAT FOB &TENIKO TKLTOnAPH.
Magnanimity Iltffhcr-W'lue and Other
wise.
From the Iribune.
We have been most anxious that, in the set
tlement of our great National diirercucc, the
North should dral eeuerously with the South.
Only let slavery be utterly atnnhiliitpd root,
branch, and suckers and no cost could be too
great to Insure a pi rfect reconcilement of those
so lately divided by the maddening strife of
civil war. We labored and dared not once
only but persistently 1o have that btrife ended
by a negotiation or treaty which should define
the rights of oil parties, and preclude the possi
bility of confiscation! and executions lor treason.
Indeed, we should have much perferred that the
last billion of dollars that the war cost should
have been expended in rebuilding and replen
ishing the homes of the South rather than in
continuing their devastation. So, when at last
the Kobellion bad utterly collapsed and fallen
into aosolute ruin, our tir.-t thought was
to save those engaged in it from fur
ther inflictions, our first utterance a
plea that they should be treated with
magnanimity. At the moineni when the assas
sination ot President Lincoln had inturiated ihe
lojal million?, so that their ears were tempo
rarily deaf to the pleadings of mercy, w hen Au
drew Johnson, the Herald, the Jinxes, and other
Johnson urn oracles, wrc declaring that "trea
hou must be made odious" by vengeance and
bloodshed, we did our utmost to calm the popu
lar tury which they were so needlessly aggra
vating, and pleaded for conciliation and peace.
Thousands of subscribers left us, tuereiore,
never to return; hundreds of rlevcd but for
bearing friends wrote 119 that we were defying
public sentiment as it we did not know the
fact, or as it that lact might intluenoe our course.
Even down to a very lute day, the fact that we
were seekicg to have Jetlerson Davis either
promptly and fairly tried according to the laws
ot the land, or liberated with his fellow insur
gents, has been used oy the Tnncs &nd its echoes
to excite against us the bliterest prejudice
throughout the loyal States.
But there is just one test of magnanimity
that we cannot abide, and that is the surrender
of the black Unionists to the uncontrolled
domination of their white enemies. We can
not, even tor maenanimity's sake, be faithless
ana ungrateful. The lour millions of Southern
blacks were called to her deieuse by the nation
in her hour of mortal peril. They were pro
mised their freedom in case of her triumph;
and our honor is pledged to the complete tu I tu
rnout of that pledge. Whatever of sacrifice,
pecuniary or otherwise, may be required, the
blacks must be tree as we are, with like
guarantees that their liberty is no snaro and
no accident. The promise given in the aerony
of impending national dissolution must be kept
in tue full Biin-lnue of national deliverance
and prosperity. To hundred thousand blacks
are enlisted to fight for the Union, of whom
twenty-eight thousand died in her service, and
they cannot, in full view of Memphis and New
Oilcans, be left to such treatment as those they
enlisted to put down shall see tit to accord
them, without the blackest perfidy and ingra
titude. The magnanimity ot a guardian who
should make a piesent of his ward's etate to a
mistress, trusting that she would deal gene
rously by the rightful owner, must not be imi
tated by our rescued country.
The trio of generals who invite Mr. Beecher
to pray at Cleveland for the success of Jonusou
ism, treat this matter with a most eloquent
(silence. Knowing how thoroughly their chap
lain's honor and lame are bound up in the
national recognition of the manhood of the
blacks, thev do not even venture to assure him
that, it such a rare bird as a Johnsouised black
Union soldier could be found, he should be
made welcome at their Cleveland Convention.
They tulk ot "the rights ot al sections," but have
never a word to otter for the rights of all men.
They commend "a generous and magnanimous
policy towards the people ot the South;" but
they manifestly fail to recognize four millions of
those people as people at ail. They waDt the
Uuion reconstructed on a basis of "Christian
brotherhood ;" but they plainly fad to recognize
blacks as included in that brotherhood or
entitled to ouy rignts but such as the ltebels, at
once exasperated and ctiaerined by their over
whelming defeat, see fit to bestow on them.
The Generals do not recognize even the over
throw 01 slavery. On Mr. Beecher is thus im
posed a task harder than there was any need of.
They might and should have oil'ered him some
excuse, some palliation, ior nis Detrayai 01 tne
rights of the humble, persecuted, suffering mil
lions who have long believed in and trusted him
as their advocate and champion. It was un
generous, because unnecessary, on their part, to
render his apostasy so bare, so black, so hateful,
so hideous. In pily, if not in decency, they
should have put something into their letter im
pljing or insinuating an assurance that h
might serve his new masters without betraying
Gtd's poor and shnming the honorable record of
his past years. Bat military lite is apt to blunt
the finer sensibilities.
Mr. beecher, thus wantonly exposed, does
hia very best. If it were not for tacts of glar
ing notorietv he would have achieved a success.
"The excluded population," he says, "grow
more irritable." No. Mr. Beecher, the only
population ot our country to-day excluded from
the right ol self-government are the blacks, and
thev do not ' grow more irritable." The white
ex-Rebels have reconstructed their several
States, and now rule them with a rod of iron;
so that white Unionists are tleeimr thence by
thousauds. Bitter, impenitent Rebels are no
ruling mos-tol them as Governors; Rebel gene
rals and Colonels fill nearly every desirable
office, and stand ready to step into Congress
uhpnever vour Johnson Dartv shall triumpu in
the loyal States. But the four millions ot loyal
Southerners guilty ot being born black have no
voice in the Government they shed their blood
to uphold, and no shadow of power even in
tbohe States where they constitute a majority of
the entire population. And Jolinsonism is tuily
resolved that, with vour heln. thev never shall
have. That Is clearly the "being's end and
aim"' ot your Cleveland Convention.
All your talk of danger being apprehended
from the admission ot "Southern men" to Con
gress Is deceptive and misleading. What we
object to is the representation of Southern aris
tocracy and rebellion to the exclusion of South
ern labor and loyalty. Mr. Stewart ot Nevada,
last winter, proposed in the Sf nate a settlement
of all our remaining differences on the basis of
universal amnesty and impartial suffrage. Not
one commanding voice was raised from the
South in its favor. The men whom what you
call "the South." have been taucht to abhor and
dread would gladly have closed the controversy
vm tfriat Homo. Vmt "ttia Rnnt.h" unnrncrl tiia
supseBbon. And now you excuse "the. South"
aud blame ubI ... , . ,
Your military friends navinfs no word of hope
for the trecdmen, you are constrained to dratr in
tbe unwelcome topic. You scout the idea that
'the negro can be class! Ued and separated lrom
tbe white population." Yet that is exactly what
u done by tbe constitutions and laws which
on. asked to validate and perpetuate.
Wry one of those ten States which you con
demu Conaress lor not admitting to representa
tion has been reconstructed expressly, em
phatically, on the assumption that the blacks
are an Inferior, subject, senarate race, not
entitled to any voice in making or enforcing
the laws whereby they are governed. No one
of them, though he were as ercat as Toussaiut
or as rich as Purvis, must ever vote, or Bit on
! jury, or bold the smallest public trust. Any
white msn may live in immoral cohabitation
with a colored woman: but If he mar
rifs her he l puulnhed for it ai a
criminal. , flacks are grudgingly allowed
to '"'give - testimony in cases where
blucka are parties; but, if a block sees a whito
.TUE DAIIA EVENING TELEGI.APII. PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 18CG.
rob and murder another white, his testimony
cannot be taken to bring the malefactor to
justice. Thus, throughout the Boulu, every
conceivable legal device is employed to koep
the blacks deefaded and crushed, despUed and
benighted, and jour chief, Andrew Johnson,
tells them that they must not be enfranchised,
because If they do, the whites will kill them!
Such are the people, according to the represen
tation of jour and their head, to whose uncon
trollable disposal jou propose to consign the
Southern blacks, just alter scores of them were
butchered In New Orleans tor claiming the
right of Miflraac. And not blaok only, but
whites as well, were among the victims of that
bloody tragedy. The Rev. Mr. Horton, merely
for praying at the opening of the Krce State
Convention, was baf-clv murdered while an tin
resisiinir prisoner in the bands of the police.
And there are mr.ny clergymen whom you honor
and who have honored you, who would rather
be in his place than in yours.
But you coolly suegest that
"If Southern sntloty Is calmod, iettled, and occu
pied with new hopes and prosperous industries no
armies will be needed. Kiots wi,l subside; carele'a
banirers-oa will be driven off or better governed;
and a wav will be rraauaily opened up to the treed
man, through eduoatlou and indus'rr, to full citi
zenship, with all its powers and outiea."
I do not see bow this differs In essence from
the soft-voiced lullabies which soothed our
lathers-into all the iniquitous compacts of the
past. "Only save the Union, and f-lavery will
gradually die out of itself.'' That fatal miscal
culation has just cost us at least hall a million
lives and five billions of money. I thougnt you
were among those who taught us to "seek first
tbe kingdom of God and His righteousness, and
all these ihines shall be added unto you." But
our lathers had made no covenants with tbe
blacks guaranieeing their freedom, and lacked
the sore experience that we enjoy. If wo fall
where they stumbled, we sin agaiustthe clearest
iu'ht.
Your talk of the blacks having a way "gradu
ally opened up, through education and industry,
to full citizenship," seems very heartless and
cruel, in view of the notorious facts that there
is not one common or public school in all the
Rebel States which a colored child is allowed to
enter, and that every etlort to secure some sort
of public system of education for blacks has
been defeated by the Rebel ascendancy there.
In New Orleans the blacks pay 15 per cent, of
the school tux, but 110 colored child is allowed
to share its benefits. The children of whites
who pay nothing are schooled at the expense of
blacks who pay thousands, but whoso children
are never allowed to enter tue schools. In the
Texas Convention, tbe few "ra liculs" struggled
in every way to have tome sort of provision
made lor educating rhs blacks: finally urging
that the school taxes collected of tueiu be
apm-opriated to the cducalou of their own
children; but every Rebel I mean "conserva
tive" united to vote down this aud every other
proposition looking to any education whatever
of blacks. In full view of such facts, Mr.
Beecher's suggestion is a trial to human
patience.
How is it that it is always the North that is
required to trust, and forbi ar, aud hope ? The
South desires representation m Congress, and
we respond, "Most certainly to-day, it you
choose: only let all your people be represented
thoe who were for the Unionists and late
struggle as well as tlisse who were Rebels. Give
us impartial sullrage, secured by a constitutional
amendment, aud make the other conditions of
reconstruction yourselves." "Oh no," says the
South, "we will stay out forever rather than
consent to that." "Very well: we can wait,"
say we. "Ah !" interposes Mr. Beecher, "let
the Rebels in now, with the power of double
representation, and I uuess they will educate
and enlranchise the blacks by-andby. Why
should the North be atraid ot the South ?" Mr.
B., we are afraid of being faithless to those who
in our great need were fuithiul to us. We are
afraid of being unjust. Is this fear ridiculous?
But says Mr. B.:
"Kelusinp to admit loyal Senators," etc. "will not
help the treeduieu."
What do you mean by "loyal" Senators, etc. ?
Do you consider General 'Forrest loyal? Is
Mayor Monroe loyal ? Are his mur Jering police
lojal? Is Captain Senmes, Sheriff elect of
Mobile, up to the Beecher standard oi loyalty?
All these say they are loal, and copy Andrew
Johnson io sligmatixing the radicals as "dts
unionists" aud "traitors." What is the srandurd
of loyalty? For our own part, knowing well
that "theSouth will be nowise calmed, nor
pacified, "nor benefited in any way, by the ad
mission of representatives who arc not the free
choice of her electors, we take no interest in
any scti Icmcnt that shall not be lull and final.
When tbe c'outhein States shall resume their
place in the nation's councils, 1 trust they will
be represented by such men as they choose to
send; but I protest against their election by
Rebels alone. Let all the people vote ! If the
blacks are to be excluded now, I see not how
they are ever to be enfranchised. But my first
coucern is thut the nation saall maintain its
plighted taitb, and not
"Keep the word of promise to the ear,
But break it to the hope."
Mr. Beecher has achieved a sudden and wide
popularity. In the conception of every black
leg, duellist, neerro-killer, and rowdy, from the
St. John to the Rio Grande, he has all at once
ceased to be a fanatic, a bigot, a disumonist,
and become an enlightened pulnot and states
man. His praises are lreely mingled with the
blasphemies of the Hook and the ribaldry of the
bunday Mercury. There is not in all the land
one who considers "niggers very good in their
place," but that place under the feet of the
whites, who does not thank him for bis letter.
The Thugs of New Orleans ore by this time en
jojinjr it, and General Forret-t would gladly pre
side at a meeting called expressly to ratify it.
But there i9 sadness in many hearts where tke
eloquent pastor of Plymouth Church ha9 been,
loved aud honored a mournful consciousness
that they have trusted too confidingly and
loved unwisely. "Little children, keep your
hearts from idols."
The Circulating Medium Paper Ilou
auil heiie Ia'nieut.
From the Herald.
Mr. MrCulloch, in a recent sprend-enlo letter
on the public finances, to which we have already
called attention, remarked that our present
prosperity was rather apparent than real, and
Intimated that nothing but a resumption of
Bpecie payments could rescue the country from
its present troubles, and so avert the calamities
which threaten it in consequence of the almighty
dollar circulating In paper, with no present hope
ot redemption in gold, lie seemed in that letter,
as indeed he also did in hi previously delivered
financial stump speeches, to consider the United
States in a deplorable condition, and sorely in
need ot the benefit of some of that mature expe-
, , . . .
rience wmcu ue Eainea in inaiana as a Danker,
from observing the beginning, the climax, and
the end of the career of a tew of those "wild
tat" banks which are, unfortunately for the
West, so Intimately associated with its history.
It seems to us that Mr. McCullough underrates
the credit ot the United States Government as it
stands in tbe estimation ot tbe people, and that
as he sits in the Treasury chair he imagines him
self tbe manager of a new bank, diuerinor from
tbe other only in tbe tact of its havlnz a larger
circulation. With tbe meinorv of the names.
such as they were, of 1837 and 1857 fre?h In his
mind, he looks upon a period of suspension as
lnriicatiiis an unsouuu biaie oi auairs. national v.
financially, and commercially, and thinks his
chief aim oucht to be to accomplish what he
did in Indiaua. He looks with Bhakspcare upon
paper money, even when issued by the United
biates, as trasn, ana cmiuors ior specie pay
menu as H ne inougui vum nuuuiu oe tne ultima
thule of our national efforts.
In view, therefore, of this peculiar condition
of mind on the part of Mr. McCulloch, which we
may politely term specie mama, we adme htm
to visit tho commercial and manufacturing
centies of the country, and observe for himself
how fast the country is drifting to ruin, and how
fictitious all our prosperity Is. Although we
have altout twelve hundred millious of currency
in circulation, including two hundred and ninety
millions of national bank notes, and at tbe same
iuie only about six million elgtit hundred thou-
sand dollars In gold in the banks of this city,
and nearly the whole of that lent out, he will
find that our prosperity was never treater, and
that public confidence in "greenbacks" Is all
that could be desired. Why, tben, should
he volunteer bis services as the advocate
oi the national banking and the fund
holding interest by saying, in fact, we
must transmute this filthy lucre these dirty
raps into cold, or we are lost in a sea of bank
ruptcy ? There is nothing that the f undholders
and national banks would like better than a
restoration ot specie payments. It would appre
ciate their securities one-third in value, say to
the extent of eight hundred millions; but it
would at the same time depreciate the property
of the people at large in an equal ratio, say to
the extent ot five thouand millions of dollars.
The national bnks would in particular be oene
flted, as the stocks which tbey have deposited
as a basis of circulation wiih the Treasury
Department would be appreciated simulta
neously with their notes, wLich are in a ereat
degree under their own coutrol. It Is fortu
nate that the iundlioloers and National banks
do not possess tie influence which the h olders
of tbe national debt did in Gieat Britain fifty
years ago, or we mitibt have occasion to fear
equally disastrous results therefrom. The his
toiyof FDgland from the termination of the
Napoleonic wars in 1810 to ls'H), is one long
chronicle of the sacrifices of the many for the
benebtof the few; and when specie payments
were resumed by act of Parliament, in 1821.
there was a chuckle of triumph among the
fundholders heard amid the sighs and groans
which ascended from the vast multitude of
non-landholders who were prostrated by the
shock.
It i this delightful carnival, apparently,
which Mr. McCulloch wishes us to euiov. But
we can hardly believe that he understands his
subject when he advocates a speedy return to
specie payments. He has probably never read
the financial history of England, but be will
find abundant references to it in "Alison's His
tory of Eurooe'' aud every contemporary his
tory. We mention that of Kncland because it
is ibe only one which presents to us an example
of the gradual appreciation of a paper curreucy
from a discount as heavy at one time as fortv
percent, to par. France repudiated her assiqnats
and afterwards mandate. The old Continental
States had no fiscal syt-teni worthy of the name,
ana allowed their papermoney to become svorlh
less. 80 did the Couiederate States. We were
exposed to the same dangers, but our resources
M ere greater, and w e conquered.
We shall therefore have to restore specie pay
ments by an appreciation and not a repudiation
of the cuirency ; and if we are to escape the dis
asters which lull to tbe lot ot England, Ireland,
aud Scotland in the ordeal, we shall have to
exi rcise the greatest caution, and our financial
ministers will have to abate that ardent desire
for gold which Mr. McCulloch never wearies ol
exliib ting. We arc prosperous, and why then
clamor for an undue return to specie payments ?
L,et us trust to natural laws and leave gold una
the cuirencyto their operation, and we shall
have specie pavmeids soon enough for the wel
lure of the nation. Meanwhile, Mr. McCulloch
will do well to carefully familiarize himself with
the histoiical example to which we have re
ferred. PRESERVING CANS AND JARS.
T LINE'S
WILLOPGHBY 8,
MASON'S,
LYMAN'S,
PATENT
AIR-TIGHT
SKLF-SEALINO
FRUIT JARS.
All the above Jars we
oiler lo our customers and
the public Renarul y, with
entire confidence, at tao
KLINES
FATE NT i '
1863
ft M j
mm
LOWEST
Market Prico.
A. J. WEIDENER,
1 liu So.
38 8. SECOND Street, Philadelphia
pj" S. FISHER'S PATENT
SELF-SEALING PRESERVING CAN.
This celebrated Can hat been used hr thousands lor
the last f) e years, and all who have trlid It speak in tbe
bit.li.fit terms ot Its superior merits We veniure to
hum rt thai it Is more re inlile, more convenient, and pos
pomts n,ore practical merit, than anv other Can In use
It Is pea ed and uiiHoiiled with the KTeatcteaae anieiit
oi vthlcn It part len arly boasts All t'ans warranted that
arc pnt up accoidlnt! to directions. For sale by the
n unol'acturer. at his old Mand. J. 8. McMtTRi'RIE No.
HC8 fHilM. UARDLN Street, l'biludelituia. 8 20imo
SADDLES AND HARNESS.
IIE OLDEST AND LARGEST
SADDLE AND IIAUNESS
MANUFACTURING ESTABLISHMENT IN THE
COUNTRY.
LACEY, MEEKER & CO.,
RETAIL HOUSE,
No. 1216 CHESNUT STREET,
WHOLESALE HOUSE,
No.
630 MAEKE1 STREET,
OFFER OF THEIR OWN MANUFACTURE:
8A I)DLE8, 200 styles, 2000 qualities
UAB&EBS from I9 to S500 pet teu
Mountings, lir Idles, Bits, Whips, Blankets, Combs,
Brushes. Robes, Government Ham ess. riougn Brmies,
Hog Collars, Padded tlames. Wood Stirrups, TravdUlng
Bags, franks and Values, Lunch Baskets, Chamois,
It ackixg, Boots, eto.
We call the attention or merchants viBitinn tnts
market, also the city retail tradeto our large, cheap
and varied stock.
3 9Umrp LACEY, MEEKER 4 CO.
H
A R N E S S.
A LAEGE LOT OF HEW TJ. 8. WAGON HAR
KESS, 2, 4, and 0 home. Also, parts ot HAR
KEfeS, BAL-DLES, COLLAKS, HALTEKS etc ,
fcouflht at tha recent Government sales to be sold
at a ereat saenfloe Whol&aale or BetaO. Teiretner
with our UBual assortment ot
SADDLER YAKD SADDLER TEARD WARE.
WILLIAM S. HANSELL & SONS,
a j j tU. 114 MABKET Street.
SHIRTS, FURNISHING GOODS, &i
W. SCOTT & CO.,
J.
SHIRT MANUFACTURERS,
AlID DEALERS Ut
MEN'S FUKNISHING GOODB,
No. 814 CHESNUT Street,
FOUB DOOBS BILOW TBE .'COSTIKENTAL,
tiUip PHILADELPHIA.
TDATENT SHOULDER-SEAM
SHIRT MANUFACTORY,
AND GENTLEMEN'S FUBNISHING STORE.
PEBFECT riTTISO BH1BT8 AND DBAWKB8
made irom measurement at very short notice
AlUtber. if.de. of GKMTLKMEN B DEES8 GOODS
la lull, ari.tr. W1NCHKSTER & CO.,
a 24 j;0. 706 CilESHUT Street
n
II . IDDJ I '
HI
SPECIAL NOTICES.
tW AWAKE t FREEMEN'
ASSEMBLE IN YOUR MIGI1T
IN
MSS MEETING,
ON
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER
5,
AT HALF-PAST SEVEN O'CLOCK,
IN FRONT OF THE
UNION LEAGUE HOUSE,
BROAD STREET.
To Welcome the Delegates Irom
THE. LOYAL MEN OF THE SOUTH.
SPEECHES WILL BE MADE BY
Hon. A. J. HAMILTON Texas.
Colonel A. F. WILEY. Tenae
THOMaS) J, DORA NT, LoulMana
Hon. MICHAEL UA3N. Louisiana.
Hon. M. J. 8AFFOHD, Alabama.
Hon. . C. HUMPIIR" Y8. Alabama.
Colonel F C. M0NTU0 WEB V, MisrisAlppl.
Hon. JOSHUA HILL, Georala,
Hon. W. T. WILLEY, Wet Virginia.
Governor J. T. BOKKMAN, We,t VirfrlnJa
Hon. DAVI l B. OOODLOK, North Carolina.
Hon. JOBN MINOR BOTTB. Virulnia.
Governor W I IX I A M U. U uO W N LO W, Tennessee.
Hon B. GKATZ BROWN, Missouri.
Colonel J. M. JOHNSON, Artansan.
Governor THOMAS 0. FLETCUtf E, Missouri.
Hon. WILLIAM B. STOKES, Tennessee.
Major-General B. F. BUTLER, Massachusetts.
Governor ALEXANDER BULLOCK, MaiuMchuxetts,
Hon.O. 8. FEBRY, Connecticut
Bon. GEORGK S. BOUTWELL, MastachusetU.
Governor R. E. FEN TON, New York.
Governor MARCUS L. WARD, New Jerser.
Governor A. 0. CURTIN, Pennsylvania.
Major-General J. W. GEARY. Pennsylvania.
Eon. N. B. fMlTHFRS. Delawar;.
Hon. JOHN A. J. CRESWfcLL, Maryland
Bon BENJAMIN F. WADE, Ohio.
Major-General R. F. SCflK.NCK, Oblo.
Governor O. P. MORTON, Indiana.
Hon 8 :IIUYLER COhF. X, Indiana
GONOinor RICHARD OGLES BY, Illinois.
Major Genera JOHN A. LOQAN, Illinois.
Bou. 8. ilcKEE, Ken uoKy.
And other (llstluKuislied men.
Come, all loyal mn, who
RALLIED ROIWD THE OLD FLAG
Come, and gr-wt true Southern men la Council; hear
their wrongs, learn how pardoned Robels again defi
antly scorn the Union, insult the flag and tr.mple on
law, Justice, and hum. nit yt come every man who
love, liberty and good vovernment, and unite In arous
ing the people to the new dangers which threaten the
nation from usurpations of the
ONE.JHN POWER.
Remember the glory of your Revolutionary sires and
ti e prioeless heritage tbey left! Remember ibe mora
recent glories ot Vicksburg, Atlanta, Gettysburg, and
the Wilderness; the heroes dead on the field ot battle;
the horrors of Llbby Prison and Anderson vl He; the
martyrdom ot
ABRAHAM LINCOLN.
Remember all the post five years, all your blood
bought rights, all your heroic sacrifices, all your
RESULTING DUTIES,
And proclaim In thunder tones that
Itt-liels HouIkI 1- the Bayonet Shall Not
Ilule by the Ballot.
Veterans in freedom's holy cause, come in serried
ranks; let tbe electrio echoes of your resounding tramp
again axsure the people that you are once more march
log to the front to save the nation and secure the
RIGHTS OF MAN.
I Treachery In nigh places has orsanlzed the Rebels
yon subdued In fight, and they are again maishalled
against republican liberty. At them once more, and
fiDish with your ballots what your bullets left undone.
Again save the Union and the Constitution frotu the
despolleis. Bear tbe sublime words of the great and
good Abraham Lincoln, spoken on the gory sod of Oet-
ti sburg :
"From these honored dead we take Increased devotion
to that cause for which tbey gave the last full measure
ot devotion. We heie highly resolve that these dead
shall not have died in vain. THAT TUIS NATION,
11D1.R GOD, SHALL HIVE A NEW BIRTH OF
FREEDOM, AND THAT THE GOVERNMENT OF
THE PEOPLE. BT THE FEUPLE, AND FOR THE
PEOPLE, SHALL NOT PERISH FRO III THE EARTH."
6 31 5t BY ORDER OF THE COMMJtTTEE.
OFFICE OF THE LEHIGH COAL
AND NAVIGATION COMPANY.
Philadelphia. AuhuhiM. INKS.
Tbe Stockholders of till. ompany are hob'by notified
that toe lioaru oi Managers hav determined to a low
to ail persons who shall appear at Stockholders on tke
books ol the Company on the Hth of Heptember next,
ulter the closing o. transfers, at 3 P. M of tha dar tin
crivi eue ot subscribing lor new siock at par, to tbe
extent oi one share of new stock lor every nve shares
tnen standlnu in their uames Each shareholder entitled
to a iravtioLai part of a shard shall have the privilege of
auuscnuiug ior a iuu suare,
I he subscription books will open on MONDAY, Seo-
tenibcr iO, and close on SATURDAY, December I, ltWtt
Mt .1 p. M.
1-mnicat will be considered due June 1. 1867. but an
ItiHUlinent ol HI) per cent , or ten do Urs per share, must
be said at he time oi subscribing The balance mar be
paid irom thus to time, at tbe option or tbe subscribers,
beiore tho lit ot Noyemoer, I8U7 On ail payments,
including the afoiesald Instalment, made be'ore tbe 1st
ot June Iftbl. discoant will be allowed at tne rate of 6
per cent, per annum ano on a 1 payments made between
fnat date aud tbe Is ot November, 1SH7, laticest will be
cliaratd at ihe same rate.
Ail stock not iatd up in fall by the 1st ot "ovemoer,
lHliT. will be mrleited to ibe use ot the Company Cer
tificates ior the new stock will not be Issued uutU a ter
J une 1. lStil. and said stock, it oatd uo In lull, wl I be eu-
tit ed to tne November divdena ofl7, but to no earlier
dividend. BOLOdOM BiltrUKKU,
8 30 Treasurer.
OFKIOE
OK THE VAN DUSEN OIL
COMPANY.
No. 625 WALNUT Street
Philadelphia. AubusiSD lHSS.
The Anrual Meetmuot ttw btocktolders of the V iN
ptJHEN OIL COMPANY will be held at the Office of
the company on Wc.Dnr.sDAx next, Heptemner a,
at j o'ciocn r. ju.
8 31 E. B. MoDOWF.LL, Secretary.
W OKPICB OP THE INTERNATIONAL
PE1BOLEUM COMI'ANY.No 134 S THIRD
H'rfBt. Philadelphia. Ausuat ia. 1H66
A h Dedal Meel In t or the Btockho der oi the intor-
nailonal Pe'roleum Company will be held attheoiHce
ot tbe ConiDanvin Phi aclelyuia, on the 6tbot bep.eoiber
proximo, at n o ciock, v..
Bv oiaer ot the 1' resident
9 86 lot C. T. BENEDICT. (Secretary
MAMMOTH VEIN CONSOLIDATED
COAL COMPANY. Tbe annual tneetlnaof the
BtocV bolder will be held at the oltlce of the Companv,
o. Ma DOCK street, Phllsdelph'a, on WfcUN .!) a V,
tbe tweltth day of ttapteinber 1HJ6, at 4 o'clock P. M ,
tor the election of otticers. and tbe transaction of such
other business as may legal.? be brought before said
naretlnK, i. ALU an.
8 'a 15t Secretary
&2T
BATCHELOR'8 HAIS
DYE
THE BEST IN THK WOULD
Harmless reliable, instantaneous. Ibe onl;
ily pe
i, out
pertect
dye. No dlsaopolntment. no ridiculous tints,
. .. ... l.l.nb r.m Kmu. n
true
Ufc&UlNfe 18 SIGN KD WILLIAM A. BATCHELOB
ALSO.
BegeoerstlngFitract ot Mlllefleursreatores.preserves
and brautines u e oair. prevents oaidnrss.
Hold by all
Druggists. Factory No. 81 BABCLAV Bt..
N. Y. S
J TJ 8 T PUBLISHED
By tbe Hbystclans nt the
the Ninetieth Edition oi tbev
FOUli LEU1UEE9,
entitled- PHILl0g0pHT or habhiioe.
To be lisd Oce. tor four stamps bf aodremlng Beore-
tsiy Kew York Museum ot Ana'omy,
but iry. bl L iiOADW AY, New York.
I
3 IN GUAM HO USB,
Kleventh and Market Street a, Phllada.
Tbli new and elrfrnnt boose la now open lor the recep
tion of guest, witb all the apnolntmooU of a first clats
note!
OUIIL.IS
DAVIS,
PROPRIETOR.
9U2t
QONCRESS HALL,
CAPE ISLAND, N. J.
On and aflr Aniriiht 27. tho rate will he fduced
to 93 vet day.
Botol remains opon ut tit OCTOBKR 1.
821 121
J. F. CAKE.
QOLUMHIA
HOUSE,
OAPE ISLAND, N. J.,
Will Remain Open This
Later than Usual.
Season
rorsona visiting ua late in Autugt or oarlf in Sep
tombor will find it ft very pleasant portion of th
sea shore eoiwon, and havo the benefit of a cortwnty
In Bccunng ocean-front rooms.
GEORGE J.
BOLTON,
Proprietor.
818 3w
O U R F HOUSE,
ATLANTIC CITY.
CHOICE BOOMS can now be had at this favorite
Houh.
W. T. CALEB.
OPEN UNTIL OCTOBER 1.
TVT E R C U A N T S' UOTEL,
CAPE ISLAND, N. J.
This Hotel being entliely refitted and refurnished in
tbe best manner, IS NOW OPEN FOR THE RECEP
TION OF OUEbTfl.
Ihe Louse Is located near the ocean, and every at tea -
tlonw ill toe given to merit tbe patronage of the public.
McNUTT & MASON,
8 22 tt PROPRI RTOR8.
l?OR CAPE MAY
Commencing. TUESDAY. August 28, 1868 Trains will
leave (LPKr cerry; aiaiaei street, r uiiaueipuia,
follows (i island at 7 P M.
Returning will 'eve t ape island
a k u it ii in PhiUulainhla at 11-1.
TicKet Oflioi a, at i'trrj loot ol Maraet street, and N
Qiiutf hA.ntit atrpAt I nntlnenml HnLnl.
frersons purchasing tickets of the Agent, at No 828
Chesnut stieet can by leaving orders, nave tneir uag
unce called for and rberked at their residences by
Orabam's BagKage txoress .
'i8 J VAN RENH8ELAER. (Superintendent.
GOVERNMENT SALES.
E
X TENSIVE AUCTION SALE
Off
GOVEhKMEM lOBACCO.
SEVEItAi, UUDKEU UUliSHEADS
OF
FINE VIRGINIA LEAF.
iRHAsrRv Dkpartm hint, Custom Housf, I
Richmond, Vo., August 5, 1806. f
In romnl:anoe witb mstructious Iroin 11 A. His-
ley , Eq., Supeivn-lnn' bpeoial Agent, there will he
soid, to the hiphest bidder, at publio auction, at 11
o'c ock in the lorenoon of wkdnumjai, tne &tu
dayot Sopttmber next, at WINSTON'S BUILD
ING, corner of 1 OUHTEKNTH and CARY Streets,
tn the city ot v irirmia, tno 10 lowing
describi-d
tAPiUUED AKD ABANDON fKOrEJtrY,
Viz :
TW O HONORED (or more) HOGSHEADS
LEAF TOBACCO,
FIVE BTJNDR fcJ) BOOCWS MANUFACTURED
TOBACCO.
The Leaf Tobacco baa been ea'hpred from tbe
counties of Bedlord. Roanoke, Franklin, Campbell.
Henry, Patiick, Halifax, Prince Edward, riitsyiva
nia, Mickicnbure and Charlotte, oomprisinr all the
ftood tobacco lands in the (State. Much of It is ot
tbe finest quality, suitable for ' wrappers," and has
been well cured and preserved. This sale presents
opi'onunlties to the manulacturer and dealer rarely
ouerea. onouia ine aemana warrant, some iiiros or
tour hundred hogsheads more may be added to the
sale, which will oomp ete tbe disposition ot Virginia
Tobaoeo for Government aocount.
hamples of each hogshead will be ready for inspec
tion at tho salesroom ton days preceding the day ot
Bale,
Terms Crash, in Government funds.
JOHN 8. LOOMIS,
8 lfiw Assistant Bpecial Agent.
STL10LEDER, TROUT, VOIGT & CO.
beg most leepectfulh to call tbe attention ot the
publio at large to tneir ncwu-inventeu latent,
1U UMVtUBiL Al AUMIHT.
which, bv diMharulnK a percussion cap. made express!?
ior the purpose, will prove very effectual in tbe prevea
tlon oi puftjlarlea. etc.
ine roiioiUK ate some or lupreataavanianes:
1st. l-impllcliy oi construction cheapness and ease In
application, so that atervant or cblid bi set It
za. r reeuom irom ian(if r 10 oeraons or properry.
3d. Universality ol application toanv partof a Door,
window. Gratinir. Shutter. Oate. (larden. Preserve.
Fun l end etc.
4tu. it Riven a coecK to ourgiais by aisrn.ing tne in
niaies, neiKhhors and police.
fitb l he mind In leiieved from mucn painrui anxiety,
tn temale loneiineiisor old axe especially when aitlcles
of cteat value are kept In tbe boue.
6th It Is a universal protection to travellers to fasten
on cbarnLer doors.
7tb Its construction it simple ana not liable to get out
of order. .
DIBECTIONo JTOB nK AmuurASl tvn.fi I la
STKL'MENT. We bave put our article at the low price of ONE
DOLL A K, inclusive of 29 caps and It cannot be got
cb aper either liom us or iroin our agenta, For further
particulars Inquire of or addr. as. .
BltlGLEDKH. 1 KOIIT, VOIGT CO.,
Office, No. M WALO r Htreet,
Boom No 18.
We will send the ALARMIST to any part ol the
country on receipt ol price, and 2i cents extra lor
629 3m
MONUMENTS, TOMBS,
GUAVE-STONES, Etc.
Just completed, a beautiful variety ot
ITALIAN MABBLE MONUMENTS,
TOMBS AND GRAVE STONES
Will be sold cbeap for cash.
W ork sent to any part ot tbe United States.
HEN It Y 8. TAHR,
MARBLE WOBKS,
wttnj No. 710 QBE IN Street, Philadelphia.
"tTHAT IS THE BEST CURE FOR
CORNS, BUNIONS, ETC.?
TIJEOBAI.D'S BOOT8,
No. T03 CA"LL.OAVIIIt.I 8TREKT.
He makes tbe Lata to suit the Feet, aud Boots bees,
eto. eto. to fit the teet. THY MM. IBlBlui
RIVY WELLS OWNERS OP PROPEUTY
Tbe only place to get Prlvr Wells cleaned and d
niicted at very low prices. pEYfJON
Manufacture! of Poudreue .
810 OOLDBMlTUS1 BALL, LIBHAJiY Street
SUMMER RESORTS.
LUMBER.
HOPP -FI-OORISOt I'LOHlUNOt
CAROLINA PLOoRINO.
5-4VIHU1MA F'.00hlNl.
14 VIRGINIA FLOOKINO
- DKLAWARK VLOORfMtk.
4-4 Dt- LAWA FLOOR! Ml
AMI ANI WALNUT f O'iUIHO.1
ASH AND WALNUT FI0RlJxO.
HTKP BOARDS, '
tBAlL PLANK.
1866.
P LA8TEBIN0 LATH8 1 1
PLASTKRINO LATHS,
AT KICDH H PUICfH.
AT KKDUCKU PKlCfcr).
H QPH OKDAK AND I INK HHINGLtM
-LOOO. CEDAR AND PINK BHIMULUe).
JNo. I HHOKT ElA NHlNGLKS.
WMI1 K PINK. MIf NULKH,
CTPRKHH BH I NOLP8
FINE AftKOBTUKNT rOR BALK LOT
i Qi(l LUMUKtt FOK UNDKRTAKRRS1
-LOU'). LUMBER FOB UMlKBl AKP.Rtjt I
J.I' 1) llf .IIAK, WILMIT, AMU PINE.
HK1 CEDAB WALNUT, ANI PINE.
-1 Qflfi ALhANYLUMBKttOPALLKIWW.
lOUU. ALBANY I.UMM-R OF ALL K1MH
MKANUMMJ WALNUT.
BKAhONH) WALNUT.
PRY POPLAR CUF.I1HI, NO ASa.
OAK I LK. AN1 BUS.
MA II (Mi A NY.
HOHFWOOI AND WALNUT VENTERU.
1866.
CIQAR-HOX MANUFACTURERS.
CIGAR-BOX MANUFAOinilKKa.
fcPAMHIt CKDAR BOX HOARDS.
AT BEUUl'M) PRICES.
i QP.fi. HPKUCB JOIST 1 WRUOB JOIST!
J-000. UPKUTE JOINT! BPFUCB JOlttTl
FROM 14 TO Si rrt'.T LONO.
BPRUCU MLLH
IlEldLOCK PLANK AHI) JOIST.
OAK 811,1.8.
41 A U LB KKOTHFK A ( ,
8 22 6mrp
No im HOLT II 6TRKKC.
UNITED STATES
BUILDER'S MILL.
Nos. 24, 26, and 28 S. FIFTEENTH St.,
FBILADKLraiA.
ESLER & BROTUEK,
WOOD MOULDING, RRACKETS, BTlIR BALOS.
TEKH, KEWU POHTrt, QKSERAL TUUIIV1
SCROLL WORK.ETO.
BUELVUU PLANED TO ORDER.
1 be 1 irnoBt a. porta cut oi Wood MoulaiDtm tm thin oitr
coDhtanUv on baad. TlVfea
J.
C. . PERKINS,
LUMBER MEItOIIANTJ
fiuoctibor to It. Clark, Jr.,
No. 324 CHRISTIAN STREHT.
Constantly on hand a large aud varied asaortmea
of lluildinr Lumber. 6 34 S
COAL.
O
N E TRIAL
SECURES YOUR CUSTOM.
WniTNEY & HAMILTON
LEHIGH,
SCHUYLKILL,
AND BITUMINOUS
O O A. L,
Ao. 035 IVorili MM II Street,
Abve Poplar, least Hide. 62
JAMES O'BRIEN 4
DEALER IN
LEHIGH AND SCHUYLKILL COAL,
BT TBE CAUOO OB B1NQLB TON.
Yard, Broad Street, below Fitzwater.
Has constantly on band a competent supply of tha
above superior Coal, sui able ior famiir use. to
which he calls the attention of his friends and the
imbue generally.
Orders lelt at No. 205 South Filth street, No. 38
(South boventoontb street, or through S'ospatch r
Post Office, promptly attended to.
A SUPERIOR QUALITI OF BIiACEJSaCITHS
COAL. 7 as
JJAZLETON. LEIIIQU COAL.
A SPECIALTY.
II. W. PATRICK & CO.,
No. 301 NORTH BROAD STREET.
Would solicit oroer for the above. Coal, which they
bave always on band, together with thtir celebrated
RE-BROKEN SCHUYLKILL COAL.
825smw6m
c
O A L!
COAL!
COAL!
The best LFHIGH and HCUUYXKILL GOAL, pre
pared exprestly lor luuiliv um. coss aatly on hand hi
my 'Vara No. 1517 CALLOW HILL hueet. under oover,
delivered on short notice, well picked and iree of state,
at the lowest cah prices. A trial will saoure yeuc
custom.
Successor to W. L. FOULK.
Philadelphia, August 21, It 8 iS6t
TRUSSES, SUPPORTERS, ETC.
PHILADELPHIA SURGEONS
BAM AOS, lNSlfrUTK. ko. 14 If.
llM'b htreet, above Market. B. fL
KTT, after tbirtv yeurs' practlu! experleaoa,
itees the skiliul adluatment oi hla ireuiiu
Bus?
atom Oraduatlnir I remuie IrnsCaird a vsneir
others. Mupportera. Klastie 8locklBRS, hhsaloer Bcaa
Crutches, Suspensories, ets. Ladies' apartuicnW
ducted by a Lady.
QREAT SAVING OF TIME,
LABOR, AND MONEY.
FLANDERS' PATENT
rORTABLE CYLINDER BOftING MACHINE
Marine and Stationary Engines, Blast Cylinders,
Pumps and Corliss Valves bored out without removing
them lrom their prese.it positions.
Engines boreu of everv else and build, either when
wa .1. t 1 n , I ... inllnA. IfAm 111 trt hnN..
power, by removing oulv one or both heads and plstoa. V
1 bis is tbe onl true way to bore a cylinder as no part f
Ol lOV III . I J IB UIV. CU . . UU. , KI (IIWVI . ' Wf, W-
cept what l mentioned above A groat amount oi time
it avd, as the work la completed In leas thaa one loarta
tbe tieie otbeiwise required.
AU order, prompt., attended to-
Kil Ifi'iS POPLAR Nlnwt. hll.delnh,".
No. 28 Nurth WILLIAM MUeet, New York. V
We refer tot I Y. ti orris, Towue A Co M. W Dald-1
win Co. 1 V Bowland A Co.; William B. Tkouas I
U ( o.i J . Jiruner & Hons) A Jeaks A Moat,
of 1 blladelphlat Lebivh Zluo "ttorke, Dethlebem,
rtaohv v ii l) Treomn Iron Co , Trent .n. N J li-er-fe't.
WoV amis A o . Meadinv, fa klcormlck h Co .
Harrisburg. la i Be wen A Phli'lus, Newark. M J.taad
the Corll Kaglne Co., Providence . t 1. Cs Ulni
r:
PARASOLS AT $1-25. $1-50. fl'76, AND
(sua una Umbrellas, U K, U M), (1 n.
II. 1)1 KOV
lSwfni K.S.EI'JUTfllttret.
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