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THE DAILY KVKNIN'O TKLKGfRAPIl. PinJjA.DEr,PHIA, TUKSDAY, SfiPTKMliim i, 1800.
wiring flcjjattli
PCEI.ISIIKD liVEriV AFTKUKOOS
t (HlMATRtXCKPlKD),
AT THE EVi.MN- iELfcGUAril BUILDING,
No. 108 8. Third street.
Price, Three Cenls Per Copy (Double Sheet), or
Kichlccn Cents Per Wook, payanle to the Carrier and
Dialled to 6uscrihors out 0,' the city at Nino Dollars
Tcr Annum i One Dollar and Flitv rents for Two
Mouths, Invariably In advance for the period ordered.
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER t, 180G.
Ekeoutive Committeu, August 25, 1800 Do'e
gates to tbe Lova Southern Union Convention aro
requested, on their arrival, to call at headquar
ters or the National Union Club, No. 1105 Cuesnut
street, ana register their nnmes. They will consider
the buildin at tbnir onlm service during tliotr resi
dence in tills city.
Citizen of Vnllndelblii anxious to extenl their
hospitality to our Union brethren oi the South will
ploao report at onoe how manj gent'caien they can
entertain,
It l requested that during the session of this Loyal
Convention ol true Southern Union r.ien, our loi'.ow
citizens sliall display the Union fla? Irom the ship
ping, public builolnyH, business places, and pnvato
rcmdc'uces generally.
John E. Addioks, lhairman.
A. W. Walkimhiaw, Secretary.
Ttice are Gin mm in these Days" The
I nulled in our City.
Wis arc accustomed to view with admiration
tbo assemblies of intellect which praced the
meetings of statesmen in the earlier ilays of
the Jicpublic, and glancing down the vista of
years, to behold with awe the mental giants
who met to take counsel together lor the
nation's good. But if we dispel the clouds of
time which enable the statesmen of the past
to appear more able than those of the present,
and view In the calm level of criticism all
tJio political gatherings which have ever met
in our land, we may safely place the one
which met yesterday in our city above all its
predecessors. Mor do we make this statement
under the influence of any sympathy for that
body, for although our whole heart goei out
to welcome and bid God-npeed to the Con
vention, j ot were it composed of our politi
cal foes we would give it the same credit.
To look at the list of names is suflicient
proof to justify any high encomium on the
mental powers of its members.
There are two distinct classes found lu
that body, who. while united in principles
aud a common sympathy, are utterly dissimilar
in all other qualities. The one, and that one
to which most interest attaches itself, is com
posed of tried Unionists of the South men
who have come out of the fiery furnace un
scathed, who have dared every peril, sacri
ficed every comfort, and to whom belongs the
welcome of 'Good servant, well done!" There
are do claas of men to whom a more hear y
and enthuskstic welcome is due, to whom
should be jjivea the best gifts in the hands
of the nation, and to whom should be allotted
the spoils which always come to the share
of the victors. They have had their
day of suffering; they have borne
the cross, and it Is time that they should wear
the crown. The great majority of thorn are
men of whom we have never heard. Nor do
we hesitate to acknowledge that butfe v of
them have any national reputation. That
such is the case is the best evidence of their
devotion to the cause of the Union and their
consistent adherence to the principles of free
dom, living as they did in a country in which
none could rise who did not bow to the Baal
of slavery, and who since the war commenjed
had not taken an active part on the side of
treason. Jn 1861 there were not ten right
eous men in the Southern Sodom. With the
exception of John Minor Botts, of Virginia
A. J. Hamilton, of Texas, and the late Judge
Pettigra, of South Carolina, we can reca'u
no leading Southern man who five years ago
was true to the Union cause. All the states
men of the South were men of the
pro-slavery Democracy, and formed a
clique from which all others were excluded
Hence, there need be no cause for surprise
that the tried elements who are now meeting
in our midst were never allowed an oppor
tunity to be heard in the "good days of old."
They are the rising men to-day, and before
another decade is past will be in a position to
wield that Influence which is theirs by light
of consistency.
On the other side, we have the Northern
honorary members, who, having had an op
portunity of showing their ability, have nearly
all achieved a national reputation. We must
speak of them in classes, and they comprise
all the professions, and the greatest ornaments
ot our country. There Is hardly a man in
letters or politics in the Northern States, who
Is known on both sides of the Atlantic as a
man of great ability, who is not here.
In literature we find such men as R. W.
Emerson, O. W. Holmes, John G. Whittle,
Parsons, GUmore, and a host ot lights of
which we are justly proud. Nearly every
loyal Governor is found among them, and a
host of ex-Governors of every shade ol politi
cal opinion. If Mr. President Foster was to
stand in the Continental, and wl.h a blow of
his gavel call the United States Senate to
order, be would find more than a quorum
present. As the vast procession passed before
us we recognized many laces last seen on the
floor of the upper House. There was the
venerable Senator from Indiana, the Hon.
Henry S. Lane a man, than whom no
abler has for years adorned our Senate
a patriot of the most unflinching kind, an
orator of the first class, and a statesman of un
questioned ability. There was Governor
Morgan, and Senator Harris, or New York,
gentlemen of national reputation for loyalty
and talent. But we cannot prolong the list.
Nearly every loyal tenator Is here, while ot
, President Lincoln's Cabinet, Messrs. Harlan,
" Dennlson, and Speed either are present, or
will shortly come. In fact, after examining
the list, and carefully observing the class of
men who compose its ranks, we have only to
reiterate our previous remark, that an abler
body of men never met together on American
soil.
How the Martyred Lincoln Aunvrcrod
Them.
The original and simon-pure Copperheads,
utterly confounded and unmanned by the
magnificent popular demonstration of ycsior
day, can find nothing to say, except to in
dulge In a little of their stale and stereotyped
rant about the negro, because, forsooth, two
delegates from the ,tate ot New York, Fred.
Douglass and Theodore Tilton, saw lit to
walk together. Well, what of it? 'lhey are
both citizens of that State; both influential
editors ; both eloquent men ; both loyal and
true. Fred. Douglass is the rightful repre
sentative of two hundred thousand brave
men of his color, who fought to save this
Government from overthrow by RebeLs and
traitors. Let those who would now pour con
tempt upon these brave men, thirty thousand
of whom laid down their lives for us, re
member the prophetic words of our great
martyr, the sainted Lincoln, when, with the
biave black soldiers and their base maligners
in his mind's eye, he said: "And there will
bo some black men who can remember that,
with silent tongue and clinched teeth and
steady eye and well-poised bayonet, they
have helped mankind on to this great con
summation; while I fear there will be some
white oven unable to forget that with malig
7iant heart and deceitful npeech they haoe
striven to hinder it." These men now ore
tend to be walking In Lincoln's footsteps and
carrying out his policy. Let them remember
his words.
The Greeting Yesterday.
There is no mistaking such a demonstration
of public sentiment as was made here yester
day in the reception of our loyal brethren
from the South. The whole city put on a
holiday attire, as if for a national testival.
There has not been such a display of general
jubilation Since the fall of Richmond. As
the grand procession parsed clong the crowded
streets, and the people recognized one after
another of the gallant men of the South who
fought treason and rebellion at their very
doors and hearthstones, such cheers went up
as must have gladdened the hearts of the re
cipients. It was the greeting ot the loyal
hcaits of Philadelphia to our tried and faith
ful brethren of the South.
The Pkospects of the Cotton Crop.
Notwithstanding the dismal prophecies of
those who deemed that with freedom to the
negroes wojld come ruin to the Southern
crops, it seems likely that the supply of cotton
trrs year w'.ll be fully up to anticipations. At
present the hands are engaged in pickiusr,and
will be for several weeks. The reports are so
conflicting that it seems almost impossible to
come to any definite conclusion; but we will
soon be enabled to learn, and feel pretty sure
that it will equal, if not exceed, that of last
year. All the "'dead" cotton Teft from the
neliellion has been cleared away, and what
ever israied will be due entirely to the labor
of the past year.
The Repi'blican Invincible. Last
night the first grand dem mstration of the
campaign, so far as the Republican Invinci-
bles are concerned, came off. With the uniform
which they wore In the victorious campaigns
ol 1800 and 1804, lighted by torches and pre
ceeded by a band of music, they paraded our
streets six huudred strong. The Invincibles
are one of the best organized and most useful
political organizations. Composed of the
young men of the party, they abound in en
terprise and enthusiasm, and exert a power
ful inilucncu in the cause ot freedom and equal
rights. We hope to see their ranks yet more
augmented.
The Leeisla'urc of New Jersey will meet in
extra cession at Trmton next Mondav, when
the Constitutional Amendment will doubtless be
ratified, and Oe trust) a Republican United
States St nator elected. We feel authorized to
stale that Senator Scovel will act with the Re
publican Unionists heartily and throughout,
unless snrclal nains be taken to drive him awav
from us. X. Y. Tribune.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
I See the Second Page for additional Special Kotictt.J
gT-MUJAVIRO. WE COPY THE FOLLOW
ER meritorious notice ol tula most delicious
perfume flora Forney's Prttv
lli'jAVino. This delicious new perfume lor the
handkerchief, is without a rival for delicacy, durability,
and richness. In fact, ot all penumes the fragrant
Mujavlro (of Buislan origin) mar be called the qulntes
gence. For sale by all the principal druggists. 7 14 6m4n
135?- NEWSPAPER A.DVERTISING.-JOY,
COK & CO , N. K. corner ol KIFTU and OHE3-
KCT Streets, Philadelphia, and TRIBUNE BU-ID-
INOS.Kew York, are agents rthe 'Telbobai'U," and
tor the Newspapers ol the whole country.
7 8d 6ml p JOV, CO A CO.
TILE EXTKA "TRIBUNE"
i OR THE
CAMPAIGN
All Subscriptions recetvod prior to September 18
on the following terms i
a Copies for three months $1-00
la Copies for three months 5-00
ao Copies tor three months 10-00
00 Copies for three months aO'OO
100 Copies tor three months 3000
The papers to be sent to one address.
PAYMENT ALWAYS IN ADVANCE.
J. H. DENISON, Boom 81, or Tarlor 86, CONTI-
tJLNTAL HOTEL, will receive subscriptions In
1'biladolpbia d urine the session of the Hou thorn
1
Loj aliaU' Convention 1 tf
SPECIAL NOTICES-
BT A GRAN D
DBMOIVHTIMTION 0V WELCOME!
TO THE
LOYAL UNIO NI3T3
OP TIIK SOUTH,
WILL BE HELD IN t'itONT OF
TDK UK 103d IK AGUE MOUSE,
DBOAI) 8TKE12T,
On WcJitiay Eveaiins, Sept. 5.
Notice in hereby (liven to the va-lous Wards to asern
h'.o lit llio ssld Ht mliiimnen, i 1 o'clock iproinpiij ), 10
I'Hrticinute tn tne ceremonies
1 lie v arris in the soiithonstcm part ot the cl v. com
pilHlni: i lie Urn wici.nl. Ihlrd ami Fo.ir ti. will meet
ni .lErFknuyN NQUa.I., F .iTKlilanil WAU1N
TUN Sir ets. Thev will march up litu to Fine. vhfM
Coy will be Joined hj the Fiith Ward, and prooeeJ O
liroau a rent.
Ho V ards In (lie northeastern part ot the citv, com
prising i lie Hlxtennih Seventeenth, F.lgliieenth, una
Nineteenth, whl assemble at u HU1) Avenue ana
YHA rK!''OPl Uob'I. and march upOiraru avenue to
itla (ttrect up Oli to Kninklord Mad it .wn Krnr ord
road to Master, up Master to four h. down Fourth to
t.rcen up (irecn to Mixta, down Kixtb to Arch, up Arch
to broad.
Thctoventh and Twelfth Warda will join theVro
cesslon at rolRTH end CKtK.N ; the Thu teentn Wari
Ht.lVIU and IsfJTTON WOOL t the Mxth Ward at
blXTH and toAf'K
The Twoi ty Brut and Twentr-nccond Wards will tnoet
Ot MNTU and UUhUN.
'J ho Fourteenth. Kineentn, and Twentieth Ward will
meet at HKOAIland l'AKKIMii Mirecu. ami proceed
down Itroatl etroct Ti.e Seventh aid wl I meet ut
Nineteenth aod Mouth, march down nout'i tn Mrnitd.
where tliev will he joined ny the I wenty-slJitli VVarJ,
BDd troceoil up Broad to Wuinnt.
'llic iwcnty-iotittli and I wtntv seventh Wardi will
meet at Commissioners' Hall and proceed to the
ruieilnu.
Ji.mdnof l unicwlll he in attendance nt Fourth and
Wiit-hinutiin, at Olrard ave tie and FianKor.l r.ad at
Hroad and rarrlfh.nno at ln t i-nth nuu South stroe.a,
to fcccompany Ihe W ards to t le nieetim.
I il!7ns hvlnn torclioH in limit po-weision will pirasa
h'inu tliem nrcnaredloru.se.
J lie vt..rd will nmet on MONDAV EVKMSd, it
tiicir uendiiuarteiH , to inuKe tun nece.sxarr iirrniija-
ujtii'n. i y oincr oi tne
UMvli JbAfcijii i iv r. uonviTi rf
u.LiAM ,4,unT, President.
John L. Hii.l. J ecreranes.
9 3 at
1ST
THIRTEENTH W A R D.
The loyal Union Citizens of the
TH IlfcTEliiNTU WARD,
Writ meet on Wi:UNE.D.iY I VfiNINU 8th InMant,
at 7 o'clock, nt FBWKLIS and BUTT JN WOOD
bt'cets. to take part, in the demonstration of welcome to
the Loj-l t'niori.'ts of the South.
IUOVaS COCHRAN, Presldeut.
Cham.!! I'. Feiuit. Meeretnrv. It
rSZf- AT f. MEETING OF THE FIFTEENTH
-s-' VAK1 Uf i I'JSLIUAN ASSOCIATION, beid
on the eveoins' ol the ii'th ot An (rust, the iol. owing reso
lution van uiianiiiiDUKly adopted:
Uosotved, j hat the President hp and Is hereby autho
rized to appoint a coinn it ee.oonHiHtinsof worromeach
1 rtc net o tli' Vnrd. to be style I ' The Committee ou
the tisMmination ol r-oiiud and I'sci'ul Po.itlcal Intor-
nialion," whose duly it shall oe to procure and circulate
uroutiiout tue H ind such uecuments a tnev may deem
KHt o ndvance the interest oi the Republican uartr in
the coinint'Ciinpaign.
In compliance with said resolution, the fol'owinn
net.tleui. n bnve been appointed as said committee:
Jsmes P. Wood.
Hoy. .lolio W. Mean.
1 liomss Potter.
Itfwarri L) rtokoa.
A It. Lift e,
K K. Nichols.
Wlilum ( urrv
Snmuel Kennedy,
Hev. Joaepb Mason,
Joseph Tomlinson.
Ilenr.v Chrtwright,
John P oliinson.
i heodore lillss,
U.li. Klhler.
8 M 8cat:eigood.
min barlitiK,
Rev. G. . Durborow,
liohert O.horne
(leotuo Kurnhum.
David F Vl.nams,
K. li Reese.
Daniel K l.rdraan.
v iillaui O. Lesley
li It Alien.
flHAPLEa A. MILLEK. President.
8. Maklv, fei rciarv. iH3t
rZSf THE UNION liEHUBLl CAN CITY
t? EXECUTIVE COVtMITT E ormmlzeJ ves
irdnv Hllornoon by electing the toilMWinu-named
neiitlimen as permanent ollicers tor the tnsulng
year:
1'resiaent williahi ur.r.v.s luum imu
Vico-1 reeidenis JaMEH Ul-julLrl, ihlrteenth
ard.
Ji e. fOUTttWUH'ii, i wentv-s.'venin warn.
Meeremries JullN 1,. HII.L, Ninth Ward.
JO.SI.P11 b. ALL r N, Eighteenth Ward.
'J reasurer- R'j bKK'f T. U1LL. Mecond Ward It
TrS)x HEADQUARTERS IiKPL 15LI" AN IN.
1- VIKtlULES Ski-ibmbkb 4. I8C8.
ORDER No. 3.
COMPANY I. Members wl I assemble prompt'v
at 8 o'o ock I. M., Hi DNE-Dl at their UA1.L,
o nariicipatB ui tuo urauu urunisuniraiiua mat
evening.
II. A I tore ice mubt do re orneu to tn nan
Bv order of GEOltOE TKUMAV, Jn.,
94 2t Varshal.
CAMDEN. AUGUiiT 31, 18(56.
At a 1IMON RFpfBLICAN MKK.TINrt of
lioCltizans of C amden, held at Washington Hall. In
Sou h Watd, ol said oitv, for the purpose ot eieoting
Deiegatta to me boutuern i.ovai oovention, to be
bed in Philadelphia, on Mondar. heptein.er 8, 1H6,
the lOltow ng kenttemen were unauimuusiy eiectea :
Hon. James M. scoval.
Henry ilaiueo.
Jesse 'i ownsciid,
Klchaid Camoron,
William it. Kaigtin,
Adam Knauf,
William c Flgner,
William D Wilson.
Captain George c Wilson,
Captain H. el. Waul.
Christopher J Mines,
J-dwan. Dougherty,
John 'ooi er.
.loon R. Tbompsca,
Ilenrv Twoes
Jojepb M. Coopor,
John Aierrvweainer.
.'mines Deno,
Uobert faiton.
James w .y res,
P. .1. Mnrrav,
A exauder Wood.
John laoowe 1.
V 111 tain s. Doughteu,
Bi njamlu Stone,
( bar.es Ayres.
S, K. Mernhsw,
Lieutenant John Kin.
Jolm M Bundick,
William Abel.
Rouen Folwell,
William Dodamead,
Jofn Miarpo.
Andrew Miiiweu,
Porace i ritarpe,
Jobu btevens.
Front me jinuu
JOHN S BUNDICK. President.
William C. Pigneb, Hecretary. 4 it
nSf"- UNITED STATFS PENSION OFFICE.
Ka, ij CABTi E -Btreet. below THIKD (Old
Post CtJJce iui nmgi.
lniouiSM iu rr.jiur.ii
To nreven1 unnecessary delay, promote the general
corn enience. Insure economy, and facilitate the payment
oi I cuslonors tbe United Miates Pension . gen wr 1 pay
those who rcslue lu Philadelphia in alphabetical order,
aud as imiows: -
M onus. Motneia. anu liiiarmans. rrom a o'ciock A
11. tin i2 o'clock doou, aud Invalids Irom 12 M. till
o'c ock i . M
Pinsloni rsresiaing out or tne city will De pttu.rn
person or bv niiotnev, a terS o'clock,
1 ens. ouera whose Inst names commence as follows
wi i he paid as before ou the days named and no
others. Those commencing wlth-
a . and b , Tuesday and Wednesday, September 4
and"- .. , . ,. ...
. and D., tiiuii-ubt una rriuav. nept'mber B ana i
1- hiwI V . mti rdav and Mondav. .-(.riteinl er M aod 10
O." and H , 'luesday and , edne.day, Beptember 11
and 12
1. J K lbuisday. Peptember 13,
L , Frldav, Bei l moer i.
Mo aud M., Hattrday .nil Monduy, Meptemocr li
BI. 0 aod P., Tue.day. flep'emberlH.
O. and it. WedneMlav, fcei tember 1ft
t . bursddy, uud Fri ay, t-epiembcrfii) and 21.
I', and V.. t-alurdav Beptemner 22,
. Y. Z., Mom'ay, epteiiiler21
As onlv tht se Ptnsloners specined the women In the
mumirg and meu in the a lernooa; will be paid on the
mi a designated, all other personal applications will be
postponed io trieir resular order.
All Pensions remaining unpaid September 83 will be
paid wbou presented alter that date.
1 ' fc. W. C. GRIEVE,
0 1 81 rp United States Pension Agent
fh" THR PENNrLVANIAFlRB INSIT-
BAMOK COMPANY.
At the Annual Moetingof tbeStnckho'dersof 'his Com
nany held ou M nilar .th" 3d ot Heo.e.i.ber. 1M66, tue
following gentlemen were duly elected DlUcCTOKd lor
the cnsuii g year, viz r
Daniel Smith Jr..
woou nevereux,
Thomat Smith.
Alexander Itenson.
lmac lla.iebutat.
Henry Lewis.
'1 nomas iloblns,
J- tlliiiiugham Fell,
Daniel Haddock. Jr
Ard at a meeting of the Directors on th lint day.
DAN I X 8M ITU . Ja , Esq. was unanimously elected
Pr?ident
B4t WILLIAM O. CRQWfcLL. Becretary.
fTSf- THE PENNSYLVANIA FIRE IN
BUnANCE COMPANY.
. M M SKPTBHBEBI.1B86.
The Dirrcton have this dav declared a dividend of
BE VKN DOl LAK AND FlSTY CI- NTS per f hare on
tbe Stock of tbe Cemp'nr f r the )at six month,
wblcbwl lbe paid to the 8 'ock holders or their legal
representatives after tbe 13th instant
6 4 (t WUHAM U. CKOWELL. Becretary.
rST CITY TRKAHURER'S OFFICE.
1JL PniLADKLPHiA September 4. ltM)6.
KOTICE T" LON HOU Km.
City Loanam iiuring January 1 lab. wll' be paid on
pmentatlon at ibis olilee with accumulated Interest.
II v oroer ot the Comuiissioners of the Sinking Funds.
City Treasuer.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
F A I R.
1- a mil win, Mtt.I)
ODD FFI.LOW8M.aLL, FRINKFORD,
the benefit ol tne
for
K.KFOll rRKHitv ts.ki a h vnirutjif,
COMMRNCINO
WFDNFsDA'V. 'eo emborS.
Cars cf the Mecond and Third and Mtth and 81 nth
'reets Railways pans the door. 0 3 4t
S FALL ST i'LE HATS. JJ
Til P.O. II. M'OALLA,
Hat and Cap Emporium,
No. 804 CUESNUT Street.
I MI' OUT A NT TO NEWS AGENTS.
THE PltESS
DURING THE CONVENTION.
Agents must send in their orders to the Office before
10 o'c ock In the evening, or we wilt be unable to sup
p 7 tocm.
JOHN NV. i'OKNEY,
9 4 3t Editor and Proprietor of tbe "Press."
gDWIN HALL & CO
t
Ko. 23 SOUTH mm) STREET,
Are Sou OfcioaiM,? TtieHi
Flh AND WINTM IilIl0UTATI0N
01-
SII.KS.
DRESS GOOIXS,
CLOTHS, Ktc.
To which tbo attention of Whole-ale and Retail
Buyers is invited. I9 48t
LEEDOM & SUA W,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
CAliPET WAllEIIOUSK,
No. 910 ARCH STREET,
A Be VE NINTH, PHIL,ADtLPHIA.
Would respectully call tne attention of Cnrnet buver
to their EW STOCK OF
Foreign ant. DamcstJe Carpeting
Of every Bty !e and variety, 19 4 9m
M ff OlEMNO FOR FALL 8ALE3.
pil ORTANT AUCTION NOTICE.
SECOND TRADE SALE
OF
EOOTS AND SHOES,
FC2t THE FALL OF 1866.
On Tiiiuxlaj Morning, September 6
( ommuelug at 10 O'clock.
PHILIP POIU & CO.,
AUCTIONEERS,
WILL BELL .T THEIR STORE,
No. 50G MARKET St.
2000 Cases Prime Boots and Slices.
Every crae repiesented on the catalogue will be sold
without risirve. n u vers ot Boots and ehoe will Bud
it to their interest to attei d this sale.
PfllLIP FORD & CO., Auotlooeeia,
8 31 fstuwtt No. 606 MARKET fitroet-
QIIOICE OLD RYE,
BOURBON,
AND
MONONGAHELA WHISKIES,
By the Demijohn or Cask.
H. & A. C. VAN BEIL,
WINE MERCHANTS,
NEW STORE,
o. 1310 C11ESMT Street.
8 28 lathEltD4p
rpiIE FIDELITY INSURANCE, TRUST, AND
1-HIA.
iot the Safe-Replug of Valuables under Guar
antee. CAPITAL, --00,000
Diukcrous
K. B Browne, , Charles Macalester,
l larence II claik.
i nward W. '-'lurk.
John Welsh.
.1. 1.il.menam Fell.
Alexander Henri ,
Htepbou a. Caldwell,
Gibson.
Hetlrv O
President. K. B. BROWNE
Vlce-Piesldont, CL ARENCK H. CLARK.
Secretary aud lieasurtr. HOBt ltT PATTERSON.
Ottiee (at pietentl lu tbe FUe proot buildiuf of the
uUAUciuiiiK naiiuum ukui.
CliKsAlJi olttiEi. ABOVE FOURTH.
The Company will commence tiuslness on the 1st of
Deitcrnner inos, auu whi oe prepared
TO Hi CKIVE DrPuSllS UNDER OCARANTF.E
upon the tollowiug rates tosone year or less periods
Goven.meut and 11 other ( oupou )
securities, or thoie transftrable 1'00 per tlOSO
by Ott veiy, utc nnnu nana nins. ... y
m.uiiiluble only by tudorseuiuut f Per
Cu d Com cr 11 u Ion al-25 our ainnn
i-ltvei Coin or Pul loo j uO pr ftlouo
bltver or moiu rii, uuuvr neai, u.l l
ewntr' est.mate or lull value, and I , ,rn . ,.
rate sublect to adjustment mr uu.k, f 91 w DM lw
on a uasia oi j
Deeds. Mortaases Valuable Pane aenarallv. whn
oi no fixed value, ! a year each, or according to
du a.
V U s, S t which premium eovars the remainder of tbe
llie Ol ma uitt.ui.
Cssb boxes or small Tin Boxes, for papers of Hankers
(lanital SiS.Merchant. Lawyers Traiix.mnn s. nitus
ic , l'l be received at wto eaob box ortiunkaer
year contents uu known to the Company, and liability
umiivu.
FOB COLLECTION OF ITFRET, OK PER CENT
OU AMOUNT rOl.l.KTll ITI
COUPONS AND INTER BT W LL Bs- COLLECTED
or ill. u lit kj I i . . i v ... .
nu&Ql lai nr-u, abii ltP.allTl'A.1
IO THE OWN Kim
DEPOSITS OF WONKY RrCeiVKn. OS WHICH
IKTIRKhT WILL BR Al.T.OWKu.
This Company la s so authorized to act as Execu
tors. Adii.iuisiratora. and Guarolaas to reoelve and
execute Tiiuts of vi r descrlptloa from the Courts,
Corporauuus, u auuiviuub a,
. B. BROWNE.
President
RoBKilT PATTP.RSON,
. tj ectetary and Tteasurer 9 4 5tr
INSTRUCTION.
QRITTENDEN'S
ii)"inn;i:i!!AL . coll En ,
riN IN.STITUDlOt, LiEoKiNl'.l) Ti) MD
YOUNG MEN.
IN ACOUlHfNl.
A rra?tEf.al ItuslueHH KdjeatJon.
Tins Institution offer advantage for a Hiring a
thorough and practical business education, wble.h are o
tbe blf hest order. Its Increasing prosaerlty attciits the
estimation In which It is held by the business commu
nity. Within tbo past year Soven liumlred and. Sixteen
Stodcnu wore in attendance, a.i oxoess of thirty-aeven
over any previous year.
Ihe College occupies three stories of tbe large build
ing at tbe nortbeiat corner of SEVEKTH and CHK8
NL'T Streets which has recently been mnch enlarged,
and will be fitted up with every convenience aod im
provement necessary lor acquiring a comp.ete com
mtrclai education.
Tbe branches taught aro limited to those which are
specially requisite for business ptuposea. A lair know
ledge of the common Hngltaa oranches m all tbat
t necosnary to be qualified to entor the College. Tbe
Course of Instruction Includes
BOOK-KEEPING,
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES,
PENMANSHIP,
COMMERCIAL OAI.CVL,ATION!,
BUSINESS FORMS,
COMMERCIAL LAW,
T EL EC R A 5H INO,
MATHEMATICS,
1 PHONOGRAPH V, ETC.
Lnoh atudort Is tanght sopaiately, and can pursue any
or all ot Uie above studies, an be may desire. Applicants
are received at any time, and can attend at such hours
an way be most convenient.
Ihose who enter durinn August are allowed a
discount of twenty per cettt. off regular term..
Cnta'opucs containing tali particulars may be ob
tained at tbo Cwloge. CI IS wmsltn
S. U. CU1TTMNDEN & Co..
rpiIR "PHILADELPHIA SCHOOL OF DE-
A. BlUH iub WOMliN" (Filbert street dad West
Peon square) lor the education of Young Lsdles In
Irawlng. Painting, Designing, Lithography, etc . will
reojicu oa MoMA , epicmoerS. Parents wui picase
bcuu w luanviiuui-uiiuiip tui vnuu.uM.
i
instaua
Joseph Ilarrlion.
James L. C'.agbora.
Vi 1 Hum Buctne.l,
P. P. Al orris
Witliaji .' UomrniBa,
Redwood F. Warner,
I.. 1 K Pi tee,
h; 12t T. w.
dames tl Urne.
David B Brown,
George Whitney,
Jauita Wiishi,
W P Wllslacn
ItRAIDWOOD, Principal.
JJ A M I L T O N I N b T I T U T I
F O hi Y O U NCi li A D I K Ss,
PHILIP A. CHI GAR
Being about to relinquish his position In the rnbl'.c
m'iiooih wnn wnicu ne uas oeon connected tor ire last
ttiitT-threo veaia.
WILL OPfcN A DAY AND BOARDING bCUOOL
FOII
YOrjKQ LADIES, -AT
No. H810 CHfSNUTHTRV.KT,
ON MONDAY. KEPTEMIiER 10.
This Institution Is designed to rival the best rol-
nutte.i in tne couutry.
CIRCULARS
Containing particulars and other Information in relation
to this InMitution, can bi bad until tne 1st ol Sep
tember, at
No. 640 y. TWELFTH Httee. 8 27
JjAliDEE bClEN rifle COURSI;
LAFAYETTE COLLEGE.
In addition to the g neral Course of Innrartion tn
this I epsrtitent oesl,neil to Inyo substantial basis of
know letlgo urd scholarly culture, students can pursue
those brunches which are essentially practical and
teciinb al. v. :
ENGIN'F.KIiING Civil. Topogrnphlcol. and Mocha
ntcnli ,ilM.0 and METALLURGY t AKOHll'tC
'1 UliE, 11 no tbe application ot Chemistry to AOKICUL
H'Rr. and the ARTS.
Tl'eie is aiso auorded an opportunity torspnclal study
of TliADt. and OBiMKRch: 01 H.ODr.KN LAN
GUAGK and PHILOLOGY , and of the HISTORY and
INKTlTUTIONb 01 our country.
tor Cuculars apply to president CATTt'LL, or to
Plot; kV B. VOUNGMaN.
Clerk ot the Faculty
Eabtqk Pennsvlvarsla April 4.1i)U. 610
"TVTONSIEUR ALEX AN DUE WOLOWSKI'S
CLASSES FOE PIANO AND SINGING,
By bts-entirely new simplified sj stem, are now open.
Those wishing te read music at sluht. keen tlma iter,
rectly by a newly invented manner, accoinuanr mr
sods or piece by a new march 01 barmony. sing or per-
iuiui ui uouueru, unoir, ur private, can can at
, o. 70s 8. WASHINGTON Square.
Chi dren admitted.
Ladles' Seminaries attended to. 8 24 2rnrp
C II EGA RAY INSTITUTE.
LfGLJ8Ii AND FRENRIi.
Boarding and day pupils. Nos. 107 and VV) SPRUCE
Street, will reopen on 'IHURbDA Y . September .0.
French is tbe langt-age of tbe family, and is constantly
opunuu 111 IUO lUHllll.U.
Primary epartnient. ASu per annum.
Dav Hchoh.rs per annum. UvO.
Day Boarding Pupi.s. 200.
MADAME D'UERVTLLY,
6 2i fmw4m Principal
A CADEMV OF THE PROTESTANT EPIS-
Xl COPAL CHURCH, LOCH T and JUNIPER
htreeta. me Autumnal Neasion win open on MO Nl AY,
t-eptemlr 3 Applications for admission may be m vie
during tbe preceding week, between IV and 12 o'ciock la
the n aming. uuu w. UOHINS, A. M.
8 13n.wilHt Head Master,
q-WE LEHltill UNIVERSITY, BETHLEHEM,
rennsyivanta wiu open tor tne recepuon or Stu
dents, SEPfKMBEIt 1, 1H68.
Application should be made to lb resident,
HEAR I COPPEE. LL. D ,
8 27 7t BtHuEUk,.VI, Pa.
T
HE CLASSICAL AND ENGLISH SCHOOL,
OF
tl Tt t X) 1? I I 1 li ' A r
LA. i.'. Ill.r.UVl.l , A . OA.,
ho. 1108 MAKKtf Street,
will bkoi'lm C8 271mrp
ON MONDAY. bt.Pit.MBER 3.
PKIVATE SCHOOL FOR BOYS, IN THE
PHIL' DELPHI A CITY IN'STI I UTE, V. E. corner
ot t Hi HSUT and EIGUTr.ENlH streets, re-opens
MONDAY, September 10. Entrance on I 1UHTEKH I li
btreet. tb 22 lml L BABBOWM, PrlnclpaL
TELEHR APHINO. THOSE DESIROUS' OF
learning Teleariphlng front a practical l elecrapber,
will applr at once at the ottlce of the UNION UU1
ESS VOuLKUK.. No. 631 N. EIGHTH Street, Special
accommodations lor Ladies. 0 1 it
rpiIE CLASSICAL SCHOOL, S. E. CORNER
J. THTKTEENTH ana LOCUST Streets, reopens
MONDAY, September 10.
V 1 lot B. KENDALL, A. M , Principal.
rpiIR CLASSICAL, COMMERCIAL, AND
X Preparatory Departmenu dt' T JOSKPH'S OOL
Lf Ot, WlLI.iNG'0 Alley, will resume duties on MON
DAY, August 27. 8 2o lot
rpHE ENGLISH AND CLASSICAL ACADEMY,
l Nos.liOD and I'll CBESNUT street v.111 reopen
MONDAY'. September 10. I. B. LANG and O.
SElDEy STICKER Principals. 824 lm
M" IsITaNNIE E. LANGTON'S school for
Young Ladies, No. 142 North TJtNTU Street, will
reopen ou
It ONDAY. September 10. 1251m
QFF10ES AND LARGE ROOMS
F O R R E N T
in Tag
National Bauk of the Eepublio Building,
Nov 809 and 311 CHESNUT Street,
The Building is supplied with Gas. Wator, Water
Closets, and team beating Apparatus. Tbe rooms on
tbe third and fourth floors are large (50.tW). well ligb ed.
and suitable tor a Commercial College, or business of a
similar character. '
Apply at tbe Back. JJtf
WRITTEN AND VERBAL DFCRIP-
"tlons of character, wt'b advloe ou business.
J health, educailua etc., given dal y. by
u ( stunmmrpj J, i. c irri,
at No. 2!i ti. TEN Til Street, above Cheauut.
WEW PUBLICATIOWS.
PkELEGATES TO THE CONVENTION,, ANI
Htrangei in Hie City, will find at tbe Boak Acnor
Val o 'bin Han. af Worlta vlr:
AITLF.101.M KEW AMLRICAS CTCLO PWIA
10 volumes
I'PLVTOl.'fl ANNUAL CYCLOPEDIAS, lfWl to
I8W lucli'sive cootolnlngall tbeeveataol the RebelUoai
ofnclsl pa, era, etc ,
BEOORDOFTilE BEOELLION By Frank Moore
Int ro'umea A Cyclotwlla otths War."
WILITARY A ND NAVAL UlSTtlBY OF TH A RK-
HELLION I volume '
IH.ADLEY'S UI.1T0 8Y OF THfc BLBF.LLIO!T t
volumes.
McPHERhON'S POUIICSL HIHT0BT OF THE
nilBF.LLION 1 volume.
McPUl'.RHON'h POLITICAL MANUAL fot t.
MAllTIN'S HISTORY OF CHANCE. 4 volume.
Hearty.
SMITH'S HIS TORY OF TUB WORLD. 11 volumes
Heady.
IRVINO'S LIFE OS1 WASHINGTON La'ga lan
edition.
HI BKFS WORKS Firm cd.tion, etc. otfl.
For sate at low rates by
JAMKH R. KlMON,
8 ?0 (4pJ No. 3J SIXTH Street, BlMxe Cbcaaat,
OfTlea of ' Applefon'a N ew American Cvcloperdla "
F
IRST-CLASB Q1UDIN O.
FKLIX HOLT, THE RADICAL rc.
THE UIDD1N STN. A Soperb Novel e iiV
1NHIDB. A Chronicle of Secession i (I'M
THE bOCnK BY TIIK CHURCH YARD IM
IIOW I MANAGED MY SERVANTS (ga.
STA1IONFBY. All kinds lor business and peilt cor-
respond "nee.
FMUtOrVPE AND iHOTOORAPS ALBUMS, beat
assortment, at lowest prices, Is tbe city
PHOTOGRAPH and BTEKL ENQH 1VINOJ of all tbe
Prominent Men ol the limes.
FRAMES. All kinds on hand and made tn order at
loweit price.
O. W PITCHRU,
036t No. H08 chpeNU T MreeL
"O MAN WILL lim) FROM
the pcrasul without thinking more gently, If not snora
admiringly ot Mr. Lincoln " Cbnrcb Journal.
SIX MONTHS AT THE WHITE 1103 SK
Willi ABU All AM LINCOLN.
BY P. B. CARPENTER.
1 volume, IGmo. Price Hi.
IIIJ HO ii, tlOUOHTON, PubliaHrt-s,
No. 450 BROOME Street, Hew Vork.
Sent by mail on receipt of tbe trice. 18 11 f ta2t
GROCERIES, ETC.
JAPANESE TOWCIIONG TEA
TUn: FINEST iVIR IMPORTED
Oolonsz '3Va. Dragon 'Cliop
Ihe highest grade known.
AND EVERY 0TUKR DESOUIPTION O
FINE TEAS, COFFtES, A VD GROCERIES
AT
JAMliS K. WKllb'8
Central Tea and Coffee Warehoase,
EIGHTH end WALNUT Streets,
US Philadelphia
JBSS M ACKER EL.
Fine Large New Mess Mackerel,
THE FINEST OF THE fEASOJT.
FOR SALE BY
SIMON C0LT0N & CL a RKE,
4 U Mp S. W. cor BBOAD and WALNt.
A DESIRABLE INVESTMENT.
We offer for solo a limited ninuuiit of
BONDS
OF THE
Pcnnsilvaniia Kail road Compiiuy,
HAVING FIVE YEARS TO BUS,
And Bearing Interest at Sit. Per Ceut.,
Payable January and July,
FREE FROM ! ALL GOVERNMENT AND STATU
TAXES.
Convertible at option of bolder any time before ma
turity Into tholr CONSOLIDATED MORTGAGE
LOAN.
MEXEIj & CO.,
8 31 6t4p
No. 04 South THIRD St.
OPENING-
OF - .
PALL AND WINTER
DRESS GOODS.
J. M. IIAFLEIGH,
No. 902 CHESNUT STREET,
WILL OPEN ON
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 3,
A LARGE ASSORTMENT
OF
NEW DRESS FABRICS,
1M POUTED EXPRESSLY FOR HIS SALES.
0 1 t4p
J8 TO CAPITALISTS, LUMBER AND IHON
Jxl. MANUFACaURKRS.
For sale, SOOt) Acres choice WniTB PINB TIatBIB
LAND, in JEFFfcKON COCN I Y, Pennsylvania, near
the I hlladeluhla and brie Railroad. I his baa tue finest
grow h ot White pine Timber in tbe State (many treea
measuring six rest through), estimated io yield 60 t tst
million lei t lumber. Inexbaust ble veins of bltuuiln.ua
and annel Coals Iron Ore. Limesto e, and Fir tlav.
Little Toby Flyer runs through It. Railroad and watar
transponatloD to 1 astern and Wostern market.
invetment, or for manufso'uring lumber profltaSiy,
such an opportunity la rarely offered.
Apply to
JOHN ALEXANDER,
No. 14s both FOURTH -ttritet,
9 4 it Philadelphia,
COLrON DENTAL ASSOCUTIOM.
Tbat wa make the NITROUS OIIDP pore, and ad
mtuUter it in tbe safest and most effectual maaser. ao4
extract Teeth absolutely without pain, eighteen thou
sand patients, and tbe snedlcal proleaslon mill testify.
It Is our specialty. We never tail.
Come io headquarters. C6 1 lm rp
OFFICE, No. 737 WAL5TJT Street.

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