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TDK DAILY HVEMNG TKLEOKAPH. PIULADKLl'IIIA, WHDNKSDAY, SBTTBMnKR 5, 1866.
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lcr Annum; One Dollar and Flitv rents for Two
aiouilm, invariably In advance for I lie period ordered
WEDNESDAY, SEl'TEMDEK G, 1WC.
Mr. Bcechcr's letter.
Mk. Henry Ward Beecukk's letter ih ex
citing considerable comment m political cir
cles, and Is evidently regarded by the conser
vatives as a very Important document in thpir
behalf. They probably over-estimate its in
fluence. The class of people whom Mr
Bcccher has formerly been, to some extent, a
loader of are composed of intelligent, think
ing, contentious men, whose opinions are
the growth of years, and who are likely to be
very little' affected by his present extraordi
ntry courf e of action.
Ab a political performance Mr. Beechcr'e
letter is dexelrouu, yet, alter all, thoroughly
commonplace. Logically speaking, it is con
temptible. He erects a man of straw, and
then assails it with all his wit and eloquence,
apparently unconscious that every Intelligent
man sees the character of the work he is
doing. To lug in false issues and ignore true
ones; to ascr.be to your adversary bcntiments
be does not feel, and views he does not hold;
to demons rate a truism w ith great ehotv ot
energy and earnestness, for the purpose ol
n aliins; people think your opponent does not
believe it, these are the ord.nary tricks of
political disputants, and their adoption by
Mr. Beecbei does not ennoble them or make
tbem less offensive to all who love candor and
Wblle these are the obvious faults ot Mr.
I'eccher's letter, considered merely as a politi
cal performance, it has graver defects which
cannot escape the reach of just criticism.
Llr. Beecher has hitherto stood before
his country and the world as the cham
pion of equal political and civil rights for the
colored man. In these regards he has stood
fur beyond most of thote co-operating with
him politically, on tho very skirmish line,
calling on the masses to come up to him,
urging loiward the timid, ridiculing the
laggard, and cheering on the whole host.
Now, however, he throws the whole weight
ol this poi ion, aud his influence thus
acquired, on the salo of a party which most
bltieily hates ihe colored man; which denies
him every political right; whichshuts against
him the doors of educa ion andculisrhtonuiont;
which proscribes him as a dehumanized out
cast and vagabond, unworthy of a name or,
place in the State, and almost without the
pale of humanity itself. '1 Lis is moral
treachery of no ordinary baseness. And it
docs not require one to have held Mr.
Beecher's views to sco it to be so. The shouts
ot applause which he is now receiving from
every pro slavery journal irotn Maine to
Texas ore the welcome extended to a new
recruit, not to a returned veteran. Not that
Mr. Beecher has lornnilly retracted any ot his
former utterances, but that his influence is
deliberately g:ven towards the success of a
party which he well knows is bitterly, impla
cably opposed to every principle of his past
It is fortunate that the more intelligent of
our people are, after all, comparatively iDde
pendent of leaders. A man leads simply be
cause be goes in advance, aud in the direction
which the people are travelling. Sometimes
a leader gets the idea ihat bis leading makes
tho people go on that direction, and that they
would I olio w him in the back track just as
well; but we do not remember a single in
stance when such an effort has been made and
attended with success. One more is added
to the list of "lost leaders," but the people
move rislit on.
The Democratic Candidates for Congress.
Tub various District Conventions ol the
Democracy met yesterday, andj selected can
didates lor Congress for each of our flvo city
Representatives. As several of these gentle
men are unknown to our readers,we will give
due credit to each, as the certainty of our
trluirph need not reduce us to the partisan
nrcossity of expressing any views unjust to
our opponents. In contradiction to our morn
ing Democratic contemporary, we are ready
to give all due credit.
In the First District Mr. Samuel J. Ran
dall, the present incumbent, was renominated.
Mr. Randall is a bitter partisan, a consistent
and violent Democrat. His whole career in
the House baa been that of the most ultra
peace factionist. He voted even against the
amendment abolishing slavery, when other
Pennsylvania Democrats carried the measure
by their votes. lie is the weakest man
nominated In our city, but the immense
majority of the First District renders his
election certain. If the Democracy of the
First District were to select Luciier, he
would probably defeat auy Republican
Mt. John Ilulme is the conservative can
didate in the Second Dis rlct. He Is no party
man, having never mingled in politics, and
having achieved a fortune by mercantile pur
euito, now accepts a nomination with the
understanding that he is to make no pledges.
He baa been for many years a Director of the
Pennsylvania Hailroad, and is well known
among our leading merchants. He will
doubtless receive a handsome complimentary
vote, but Mr. O'Neill is sure of an election.
Mr. Charles Buckwaltcr Is the standard
bearer of the conservatives In the Third Dis
trict. It Is in that contest that the greater part
of the politicaljnterest centres. The contest
cannot fail to be a spirited one, and the Issue
is doubtful. Mr.Buckwaltcr is an able young
lawyer, and although a candidate of the
Democracy, during the war was inclined to
conservative views. The lines are clearly
marked, however, and around Mr. Myers will
rally all tho radical in crest, while the con
wrvnlivcH will chifter around Mr. Buck
w.dLer. If Mr. Myers properly exerts himself,
wc have no doubt but that be will come out
The opposition to Judge Keller, a'ter fail
ing to hccd) f tiic support of AU xandcr Henry,
Kt-q., have token p-p Mr, John Welsh. The
Jtidg" vil) And it ciwy 10 win fn his old dis
trict He Jinn won himself a national reputa
tion, aDd nil the dis-eontentcd elements may
clui.tcr around Mr. Welsh, and will only
lessen Ids ignominious defeat. Of the tri
umph of Mr. KeUey we have not the least
In too Filth District, Mr. Henry P. Koss. a
young lawyer of Bucks county, and a gentle
man who was badly beaten by Mr. Thaver,
has been once more put into the field. Mr.
Caleb N. Taylor, tho Union nominee, intends
to make a gallant fight, and w'll, in October,
plac? Mr Ross in the same position as he
occupied two yearn since. It is to be re
gretted that Mr. M. Russell Thayer will not
continue to fill the seat he has so ably occu
pied during the Thirty-ninth Congress.
W have spoken frankly in regard to the
merits of our opponents, because, firmly rely
irj!i on the justice of our principles and the
high character of ur candidates, we do not
find it nt all necessary to resort to the Demo
cratic policy ol denying till personal purity to
a iinu Iwcause be in apolitical opponent.
TnK Republican party on the distinct issue of
the Constitutional amendment, has carried
Ve rmont by an incieape ot five thousand
to its majority . The Senate of that State is
unanimovr.hj Republican, while the House Ls
over lout-fl'thson the same side.
Thccity of Wilmington, Del., has been car
ried by the Republicon party, by a largely in
Straws show in which direction the current
is flowii g, and the way which tho political
tide is about to set, is generally foretold by
the gain or loss in Vermont. What glorious
victories does the unprecedented gain of five
thousand votes presaee '. From every quarter
comes cheering and more cheering iutelli
gence, and every de-patch is most significant,
showing, as it does, that the Union party is
not only not weaker, but is absolutely
strengthened by the defections from its rank.
cime Cnses ot Pemceiatlc Veracity.
When partisan journals find that a demon
stration of their opponents is beyond doubt a
success, they either acknowledge it to be such,
and do their duty as news papers, as did all
our Philadelphia journals in regard to the
August Convention, or else they adopt the
motto that "a lie well sustained is as good as
the truib," and utter the most bold and fla
grant falsehoods. The latter plan has been
adopted by the New York Times and World,
in regard to tho Convention now stiting in
our city. Tho World yesterday stated tbe
procession of reception was a "fizzle." As
that journal has no recognized reputation in
this city, and was compelled to rely on Copper
bead correspondents of a semi-Rebel city
paper, we may find cause to explain its utter
and entire falsity. The procession was the
grandest political exhibition that has ever
taken place in Philadelphia, and far exceeded
all the highest anticipations of its friends.
The Times to-day, in a despatch dated
Tuesday evening, announces that a heavy
storm was in progress, that vivid lightning
flashed, and all the usual buncombe which
reporters suppose to depict a storm of rain.
Wc do not know whether we are laboring
under some blind infatuation, but certain we
arc that la.st night was remarkably clear;
that not a drop ol rain fell or a "vivid flash"
occurred; and that 10,000 people, filling
Broad Ktrect vith their cheers, were not sub
jected to a "damper," or dispersed by anything
except the arrival ot midnight.
That the Democracy have to resort to false
hoods Ls the best proof that the Loyal Con
vention is a great success, and is correspond
. IV. TlioratK, the Author.
The numerous Irienos of Frederick W. Thorn a,
formerly a reideDt ot this city, will reprei to
Itarn that he dei.arte.t ibis life in WajUmirton,
ou August 27. Mr. Thomas was born in Soma
Carolina, Hnd en ipraied. at an early a.?e to thi
city, where, in 1829. his latber engagod in tbe
publication 01 the daily Commercial A ivertiscr.
Mr. Thomas' tir.n introduction to the p.iolic was
as the author of a poem entitled "i'he Emi
grant," exinicts of w inch are jet to be found
among the standard literature of the day. lie
in nlbO the author of that popular ao.ip. "'Tis
sad that Ab-cnce Conquers Love." a vtrv
gem in the realm ct poesy. In 18.' he be
came one of Ihe editors ot the dailv Evening
l'ost, and about tne same time completed his
popular novel ' Clinton liradshavv," which
was received with uxeat favor by the puolic,
being distinguished tor itn admirable uelmeanon
ot peculiar characters. In lsao he wrote "Etst
ar.il West," aud in 1;j7 he ptave to the public
another romance, entiled "Howard PincKuy."
In 1840 Mr. Thomas took the stump in ihe Har
rison carupaiTn, anu irom nis Uoqueu e as an
orator he was very etiective He soon atier re
moved to Washington, but in 1S50 returned to
Cincifnati, and was for a short time a mininer
in the Methodist Eoiscopal Church. Of lHe his
reeiiieni-e has ben in the Ea,t and South,
making many friend from the versatility ol his
talent and tile brilliancy of his ceuius. it will
scarcely be necessary to state that Mr. Thomas
wasaronot B. 8. Thomas, one of our besi known
citizens in the past, he baviiur died a 1817,
alter rearing a laiee family to tue hinuest decree
of intellectual culture, und fitting them tor
places of trust and responsibility. Cincinnati
An- Amuhino Blunder. By a singular mis
take, the andress of Judue Kelley, of I't-nnsyl.
vauia, in favor of impartial suffrace, was sent
by the public printer at Washington to tne
rooms ol the Johnson Club, instead of a
I of Mr. Doolittle; and several thousand copies
I hadl;en mailed into Pennsylvania, under the
irauk or aeuaior cowsn, uclore the mistake
t (iff the JSccmd Page 'or additional Hpeciat ottci
DEMOfc'STKATON OF WKLfOMK!
TO Til H
OF 1 H OUT If.
W 1 1 iL PK HI.LD IN IV.ONT OF
TWl mm LEAOtK EIOUSK,
vV5eiritonJt?i)' tfvrtitas, i'S?jil. !.
otice in biTel.r plvn t the va- lous Wards to nntem
h at ilie dull' IfoiKliniiirier., n. 7 ci'cio. k ( prompt!) , .11
I nrln it te In tne 1 emiioiiir
'1 he o-(1h U tho soulhdi.HleiT part ot tlicl r. cim
pclblnu ib e Firm hpoud 1, third mid Four n wil inwt
ai JltKFfcB.MjN SQIJAKK, K 'trai n aud WA'IIINU
TON Hr'Otd. Thtv will mnrcl) up Ki tli to fine, whea
t' pt will be Joined by tlie fl.th W.til, and proceed l
lroan a rrot
'J le W arda In Ue rtortlioaatprn part ot tbe Citv, com
lrl;.lii( ibe Sixteen h nvent"mth, Elunioe iit.i, anl
.Nineteenth, win a.wmhlu Bt u KiUl Avonje aud
YUi MvKOKD Koad ami march iinu.riird avenue to
t ti atriot up Otla 10 e ranalord road d wo Frani ord
road 10 l.'amer, up Mailer 10 Four b. itonn Fojrih lo
-n en up Oreou to Nuliu, don n dixib t Artb, Area
Hip seventh nnd Twotrth Wards will Join the Pro
cesHioii a' MHRT11 nnd (.It KEN ; the Thn te.entn Wart
lit . l.VIH and ItlJTI'KN U'luli, , ih. snih vvrii
blX'l H and hA( K '
1 he '1 wei ly flivt and Twenty-second Wards will meet
Ot MVTIt and GRi-.K.V.
'i lie rourtoeDto. Fiiipenia, annxwrrileth Wardj will
ineci at HhOADand FAKtilttil Htreeta. and proceed
uown lirond ftrpet 'lie Seventh v aid wl I timet at
JliKteenth and South inarch down nouth 10 lirotd
wli( retbo will tw joined uy 'he I wenty-alnth WarJ,
fiTirt iroeeed up Hrod to Wain 11 1
'J tie MuDty-iouith and I wenty-sewnth Ward will
nipei nt CouimiH.iloncrii' flail aad projeei to the
on e inn.
liuniihcif vuslcwill he in atterdance at Fourth and
WeM.inhtoD, at (Jlriird ave up and Finnic ord r. id at
liri'dd ud l urTifli.niid nt t Ineti cnth ana Souiu ctree ,
lo u -company ihe Wards to t le UK-etui".
1 ItJinN h'tillu lOrCheM in Lllelr rutHar.u.Inn will nlna..
hrinii (liein prevarod tor imp.
'J'liu Wurda will n.o t nn vnvnir rvpvivil .f
lllelr HesdgimrtPis to make the necemarv nrrnno-
Diciui.. y inner ot tne
UMOA liXcOU'rVF POHVITTPK.
WII.LIaM K U1.10T1. Pie idcnt.
John L Hill. ""nr.rotarleh. 93 3t
o o i r in r.r 1 o T,
SliPrMMBElt 4. !?(.
Tlx- Bu'nei Booiiih 01 the SLi It". I AR'ES of the
onveni'on will be inur. 1 iu the I'.ui ding o tue Nv
ION AL IT ION Ol.L'lt. Nos. 1 105 and 1107 CIlEiStr.
htfeet (Hcconrt -toiy. Went D"or. 'Iho.-c pcrbonihav
U huhlncss rlth the 1 ' uOjern Loyalist Convention
wlil apply as above.
S. ( . niEISCKK,
It iSIIORKTAEY 8. L CONVEM IOX.
3ir C A M D K N. A U a V i T iftr.ii
- At a UNION ItFJ-r-iiLicAS UKKTIjiU of
Ihe f')(l:'.inh 01 (u.nd. i) held ai Washinut.in 11 .11 1..
Sou hn aid, ot sum oitv, ior tuo puro.e ot peu tag
1'O.euateH lo ihe soulhein l.ovnl onventlon, to lie
Led In lhliadpiphin, on Monday. September 3 mSa
mi? iiiiiww U114 L-iiui'iiitu eir uiiHinui ollH.y plec.id
lion. lami' i. Score
(jee 'i ownhend.
; W'i i.-im it. Kaui.n.
Aduiri 1: naul,
William :. FiBsr.T,
IWllliain U WiSon,
iC apluin Cio -ye 1:. Wllaon
1 aptuin s. iv linul,
1 1111 en leno
i 1'. .1 i! urrxV.
1 hrlitohPr .1 JMlne
I dar.. uotiuhertv.
Johu 001 er.
oun U. ThvniDRun.
Joeih IA Cooper.
. nl 11 s Itimillok,
William A liel.
lioher. I1 olwell.
Wllliani liodainead .
A pxander Wood
lobn i anewe 1
VII lam OouhtPa. )
II Fi am in Stoue,
' bar pa Vvri's.
1 t. Vcr'ribpw,
Lh utenunt John Kiuk.
Jol n .-Imi 1 e.
Horace V si arpe.
V'n.IIl llm MinutcK.
JOHN 8 UUNDI:;K. Preildent
ffiiinn '' FrNR'- .oppret-r" ' 4 it
p'ij - UKAIi,'OAUlii4kO i.l'.i'L'o..! ;,VN IX
VINilULlCt) Sbitbmrrii 4 iMMi
ouprn No. 3.
I Mraihers wl'.l ash'unb e prouintV nt 8 o'clock P
M.. w I'M'- 'I a: tin lr li AI.!.. to oarilcliinie in i,
Oram) l)i uiotiHtration that evening.
II. A 1 ton Let- mi hi he re ifnrtd to the Hall.
Hv ordei ol CitollGK TKl'MA ', Jn ,
Ot't l' ni,,l
P!JLJ'W ft l.UlllUwNl, Ulil Oul.H'AlS l-NV'IV-
m-- f IliLFS. Ihe members wilt assemble at the
ltoem No 614 I'MI-SNl1 1' Street ou WEDNESDAY
tVKMKt. at7o'clock forlaianc.
Iy UfUUr HI luonninnu .
u..v. r. niijr.i,i'r,nai , i;apiaiii.
'1 4 't
Xut& I'lrlU IVAKii.-lUlhUlAhUiNliH
fttlve g t hp F"lh Wil wl I meet Til 1 4
(Wednesday) EVKSINO. at 7 o'clock, at tbe Good la
tent Hose Uou e SIXTH AND HPKUOK fc'reeU. o
Join Id ihe lrand Demonstration o' Welcomo to tho
L.OVMI ijIIIOIUSlH lOlCKOS 1TJ1L UC HjpllCJ, SUQ JUUtC
wlil be in attendance.
1 1 COLI.IN i W EST. M whi'
ITSvf THIRTEENTH WAItD.
The Loyal Union Clt-zsni of the THIftTKENTH
WABD will meet
TUS r.VESISQ, 5th Irntant, at T o'clock.
AT FRAMtLIN A NT) BOTTOM WOOD STKEKT?,
to tase part In the demonstration of welcome to tbe
Lovil UnlonlBta of the South.
Uy order of the Executive C ommittee.
TUOnAS COCHAK, Presldint.
Cji aw.f f P. Ferry Kocre ary. 1 1
rrZS?" FUUlUKKivm WAlta. - Tim UK
pub leans of the Fourteenth 'ard who infeod
par leiuatina In tno I'araite. win meet ai UliOiDand
i'AiihlKH cre8W,TlllM iWedt et,dav,EVIiNlNG i 7)4
o'clock. Colonel A1LLIAM li. TdoM is,
5Zf- AT A MEETINt OF TIIK FIPrEENTH
W4I!I HH UULIi'AN A .ct 'CiaTlO , held
on the eveuiim ot the 2th ol A ikubI, ihe iolio ing roo
lullon was unauluiouj.ly adopt !:-
lli solved, 1 hat the President he and Is hereby autho
r'cd 10 appoint a couiuilt ee.couKlstiiiKof worromeach
1 reilnct o th Ward, to he styled ' The Committee ou
the Kiseinniatlon ot so Jud anil I'll) ul fo.ltloai Intor
iniuion " whose duty it shall be to procure and circular
ihroiiKhout the Ward sm h documents a titer may doein
best o adviinie the lnteri'S.B 01 the Uepubllcaa party lu
the comm'-' campaiRn.
In comii mnce wl h said resolution, the loliewlnir
gPblleni. n have been appointed us said commit tee
James P Wood,
Rev. .lohu W. Men.
1 homas roitor.
KilwarU 1 stokes.
A It. Uttie,
B K . N ich ols .
Bev Joseph Mason.
Henry ' artwrliiht.
T..i.n T Tlr.lilllAOn.
U. H. Klhler.
S S Scnt eigood.
Bev. H. . Durhorow,
1. tome lturniam.
T Id f vVl.iiams.
1'j. h lteese
Danlci It l.rduiau,
William 0. 1 VllARLF A HllLKR, Present.
O p. Manlt. Perre'arv. B 4 at
a-o THE l'KONT, ONE MOKK!"
lUsiS1 E'GHTKESTH WAUI). The I oyalrltlzens Of
ihe F.lahteenth Ward are snecialiv Invited to aaiembl 1
r tleir niadiiuurtern HlfllMdSl) and HKLliO
loL'OH "treeti. on W D;1SDAV EVEs'lNU, at
hal Dat6o'o ock to proceed in a body tj the Ura
Mills TlMee Ina ou Rroac s reet.
1 iitizeni havlnir horses are lnvled to Join the Cava!.
caVe Brrrterot JOHN A. ('Ihlll.U
I4 2f t hief Marshal
Tr THS PfcKNSVLVAMA FIRE INSU
Ai the Annual Meetingof Hie Stookho'ders of 'his Oom
nanv beld on M -ndav. th.- 3d ol Sep en.ber, lst6, tue
follow Inn nenileinen were duly elected DIUt-CTOKa lor
a 1 siiiler Penson.
J. Glillluuham tell.
Daniel Haddock Jr
Ard at a meeting 01 the Directors on the aim fay.
HAM fc L 8M1TU . Ja . tl- was unanimously .e elected
l-ys.deut wiLtUM (1 r-HOWVLL. Secretary.
r-rjf" F A I R.
6 A F.41H WIf.L BK HELD
ODD FELLOWS' ULL, FBtNKFORD,
for k'ankfokd prk.hbv r kria n cum ch.
WFDNKDAV, i-up ember 5.
Cam of the Second and 'I bird and VUtu and Sixth
Street Kway iaa the door )jt
flj "MHJAVIRO. WE COPY THE FOLLOW
Iiir mentortoua notice ot this most delicious
pervnme ftom Forney s Prcii:
MujAvmo. Ibii dollcloua ocw perfume lor the
handkerchief, ls wlihout rival for delicacy, dnrabllltr.
and rlchneas. In fact, of all pcrmmes the fragrant
WuJavlro(of Russian orbiin) may be called the quintes
sence. For sale hy all the principal druKClsta- C7 14 6m4n
fr NEWSrAPElt AbVLRTISING.-JOY,
COK iCO.N.B. cornt-r Ol FIFTH andCHES
VVT Street, Phllailolphia, and TRIMJNK WTJ LD
JNtiS.hcw Vork, areat,-ni(H f-rth' TKLBOBAru," and
li t f he Newspaper of the whtle country
7:(iQii.4i JOY, COS ft CO.
J3T T1IK KXTIfA "TKIFUNK"
C A. m JJ A. H O IH ..
All bnbhcnplioiiH tiwtwi prior to Mepteuiber 13
on this folio rlns forma;
f3 Uop'rs for tliroe mouths 9100
la t opics for three months r'0
26 Copies tor three months 10-00
60 Coploo lorturep months '40-00
100 Copies lor three months 'JO'OO
The piper to be etnt to on rlilras.
PAiMKKT M.WA1K JIV Al AKCK.
J. U. DFJVISON, Hoom SI, or Parlor 3fi, COMI
IiEIiTAL UOlEIi, will receive eubscriptlong in
1'btlaoelpbia donnic the sensioD of tbe .Southern
Loj aliutt' Convention 1 tf
frTcf- THE PENM8YLVANIA FIRE 1N
SUHANCE CO. PAN V.
HKI-T RUBER I. 18B6.
The Directors have this da declared a dividend ot
8KV1H HOI l.Ah' AM Mr i Y lK ST.S per hhare on
the Stock ot tti Coiup-nv I r t ie la-t six months,
which wl I l'e paid to the S'ockholdeia or their lcizal
ri preseutatlves aflcr the ltth lnsinnt
9 4nt Wl. LI AM !. CHOW FI.L, Secretary.
fr'?" C11Y TREASURER'S OFFI03.
I-- Piiilapki 1-niA cptmber 4. lf6.
NOTICE 1 LOAN UOI1EK4.
Cltv LonnH inntur'npr Janusry 1 IH66. wil' be paid on
nr. senlntioo at this ottlce wlih nrcumulaled interest.
Hy oner 01 the Commissioners 01 the -Slnmuir Funds.
" M'.W I'lilO'TIMh l ull Till; HA.VORKnOlllhF.
IPIHAMnrS "IStftht Hloon.ln. ( rrt uii."
PIIALOES'S "WtRht (lloorniusteieus."
PilAH.ON'S "Mht Blooming Crrcus."
P!iAI,0!S "Muhvt Itloointui; (crius."
PHAI.Oiy "NlRlnt Uloontlns; C cn uf,.'
A most ex)nlsite, dolH-ate, and Fragrant Perfume,
distll ed from the rare acd beautiful flower trom which
it taken its name.
Manulaetured only by 6 18 wi
P1IAI.OIV &, Sew Vork.
ItFWARE OF COUNTERFEITS.
ASK FOB PHALON 8 TAKE NO OTHER.
Q FALL STYLE HATS. JJ
Hat and Cap Emporium,
No. 804 CHESNUT Street.
JMPORTANT TO SEWS AGENTS.
DURING THE 00NVEXTION.
Aponts munt send ia their ordera to the Office before
10 o'c ock In tho evening, or we will be unable to sup
JOHN VV. FOKNISY,
9 'it , Editor and Proprietor of tbe "Preas."
JMl'OltTAKT AUCTION NOTICE.
SECOND TRADE SALE
BOOTS AND SHOES,
FOK TUE FALL OF 1S6&
Oa TSiursda)' Morning September 6
Commeutlug nt 10 O'clock.
PHILrP FOIID & CO.,
WILL BELL T TUETE STORE.
No. 500 MARKET St.,
2000 Cases Prime Boots and Shoes.
Every cae represented on the cataloirae will be sold
Without riserve. isuven of BooW and "hoe will flud
It to their Interest to attend tin sale,
PHILIP FORD 4 CO., Anotioneeig,
8 31 fmnwlt No. ft06 MAhKhT Street.
t7eEDC)"m Sc si-iTw,
. , WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
No. 910 AECH STREET,
ABOVE NINTH, PHILADELPHIA,
Would respectjully call tne at'entlonof Carpet buyer
to their NEW STOCK OF
Foreign and Domestic Carpeting,
Of everv atyle and rarfety , 19 4 Sm
NOW OPtMNU FOK FALL SALES.
DRUGGISTS CAN HAVE A CLERK FOR
ny dav, alternoon, or evening in the week
Addr aaKlM. "Bu letin,'Omce.
TpiNE BREECn-LOADI VG SUOT GUNS
EXTRA FINE El FLU AD PISTOLS.
Made to older by
Hlnirp EVANa.l, lTTO Street
LA 1)1 EM AM) flilLDUKSHSIIOKS,
mmm- m. mmii i uiaww iu rvu ana rer aaie
Cheap, by the doceo or ctr ; auitaui lur mtail trade, at
J. kLr.isNAN A ImoiliKB's,
lllltb 9, Dl D, tijUlU Street.
eh 1NSTITUU10N DESIGNED TO AID
YOUK Ci- TV1 14 TV
A Practical Baslncss Edacatlon.
Ibia Inflhutioa onVra advanUKea for a uirlnn a
tlionuuuli and practicnl bualncas education, which are o
th hl(,lie..t order. Ita lncreaninc prosperity a test tu
cftmiation In xvhich It U held by the buainem commu
nity Wltliln the patyeir even Hundred and Sixteen
ht udenta were in attondance. a i exccM of thlrty-aeven
over any previona year.
1 bo College, occupies three aiorlee of the larpe bnlld
liilT at the northeaat corner of sF.VEN'TH and CIIKS
MJTHirecta whiah tan recent.y been much enlarged
and will be flticd up with every convenience and Im
provement nceeaaary lor acquiring a compete cam
mi trial education.
1 be branehea taught are limited to those which are
epeolally requialte for bnsloeaa pupoaea A fair know
lodge of the common Enallah oraachet w all that
l noccoeary to be qnallfled to eotr the Colletp'. The
Coutne o( Inntructioa mcladea
BOOK-K EE PI NO ,
IN ALL ITH BRANCHES,
COMMKHCIAI. CAI.f UL.AT10M,
T IK t.l'Mi R A PHIPiG,
M ATH1KM ATIC'S,
Ehi'Ii xtiulor.t iii tauitht aepaiately, And can purue any
or all ol me above Ktudic. aa he may doaire Applicants
are received at any time, and can attend atPuch hour
aa v ay be rnoet convenient.
Those xnho enter dwin! Avgutt art altowtcf a
discount of twenty percent, off regular termt.
Oata'OfjueH .obtaining lull particular may be ob
tained at the (Jo)loge. CI 15 wmslin
S. 11. OUITTENDISN & Oo.
p ARDKE SCIENTIFIC COURSE
Id addition to Ihe g -coral Coorpe of Intructlou tn
t li if 1 f4iriiDent, ocMhiie.i tn loy a wilwuntiai Usui n
know leme aid c)ioinrij culture, stndeu a can pursue
tlK.sc Lraueltf which are essentially pracUcal and
tocuni ol. viz. :
fchOINKK LING Civil. TopopTnphlral and Mcrha
nicnl; MIMSfl nnd MF.'l.Al.l.l'kHV ; Ai : H I rtO
'II li, niHitlie aimlicaiion ot Cheuititry to AOKlCU L
'1 IK. ana tno AU'l'.s.
1 1'cte w a, so ntlt'rded an npportnnlty toropeclal study
ol TI.ADt. and i'ihiF.ltcK oi 0i.lCN LvN
t.U.M.r - and 1 UIL 'LOllY , and of JieHlSTOllY and
i or Ciicuiara apply lo 1 leslrtcnt CATTKLL, or t
Pioi: B B. OVNUM h.
cierk ol the Faculty.
Eaptok I f nnvlvanla. April 4. lw. ft 10
JJT AMILTON INS TIT UT K
1 O K YOUNG LADIES.
PHILIP A. CHI OAR.
Being about to relinquish hia potltlon in the public
kcLooIb wlih which he bus bcon conuected lor the last
tneoti -three yeais.
WILL OPti, A DAY AND HOARDING 0HOOL
No. 3810 CHK8SUT STREET,
ON MONDAY, HKPTEMliER U.
Ibia Inntitntion is dcsiimed to rival the best neroi
naiiee in the coui.try.
( IR ULAK8
Cenlalnlng nartlonlars and other Information In relation
to tli l jiiMitutlon, can be bad until tne 1st of Hep
No. 640 K. TWELFTH Stieet. 8 27
rnHE "PIIILAlKliI'HIA SCHOOL OF DE
J SIGN tOli MOMI.N" (Filbert utreet and West
Penn hquarc) lor the edtnatlon of Yoanir l.sdles In
l r.iiMnii. I'diuilnj. Desiniug, Ltthoxraphv, etc , will
reopen on HluMltV, eptemher3. Parents wul please
aend to the acbool-bonne lur catalogues.
J iimes L. Claghora.
VI 1 Hum buckuo.l,
P. P. Morris
Wliilau. i Horatman,
KedwooA F. Warner,
K:l K. Ptlce,
B 31 12t T. W.
James II Orue.
David B Brown,
George fth tuov,
Jamea K WiUht,
W. P Wllstack.
TVTOKS1EUH ALEXANDRE WOLOWSKI'S
CLASSES FOR PIANO AND SINGING,
Fy bis entirely new slniplllird sj stem, are now ooen.
Those wishing to read music at slaht. keen tlmn ner.
letlly by a noIy invented manner, accompany anr
mjit or piece uy a now niorcn oi parinony. slug or per
loi ui In concerts, choir, or private, can ca'i at
rx., , o. 704B. WAbULNGToN Square.
f bi dren admitted.
Ladle' tSetnlnaneB attended to. 8 24 2mrp
CI H E GARAY INSTITUTE.
J ENGLISH AND FUKNttH.
Poarding and day pupil. So 18 and 152!) SPRUCE
eireei, in reopen on i li nasi A l . September 20.
French Is the lanitrage ol the lamlly, and in uouHtantlv
spoken in the Institute.
Priuiory 1 cpni tmeut S6li per annum.
liav bchoh.rH pur annum 9100.
Lay boarding l'upi.a, WOO.
6 it fmw4m Principal
CADEMY OF THE PROTESTANT EPIS
. COPAL CHliPCH, LOtU T and JONlPtli
Streets. '1 he Aututnnul session v IH open on UON Pay,
hiiiiinihfP S A mtlli'i.1 Inrid 1. . r utitn laul.tn n.nv h. m ..I..
dutii g the preceding week between 10 and IJ o'clock
tl.n n oinins. ,)AMbS W. lllllllKS M.
8 13 n. w. let Head Master
rpELEURAPHING. THOSE DLSIROU3 OF
JL learning le eoruulng from a practical lelecrapher
wiii app.v at once at the ofllce of the UN' I UN BUM
F' lOi.l.tOH. t o. 831 N. LIGHTH Street, floeclal
accommodations ibr La.ln-i. 0 1 4t
aHE LEHHill UNIVERSITY, BETHLEHEM,
. 1 ennsylvanla will open lor the reception of Stu
dints, SLPil MliKK I, lbWi
Application should be made to tbe resident,
HL.nHI COPI'KK LL. D ,
8 27 7t Uc.lU.j;Uti.M, Pa.
rpilE CLASSICAL AND ENGLISH SCHOOL,
H. I). GRFGORY, A. M.,
No. 1108 MAUKKT Bireet,
will kkopkn C8 27Iinrp
OK MONDAY. SF.ri EMBER 8.
TDRIVATE SCHOOL FOR BOT8. IN THE
J. PHIL DELPHI A CITY IN8TI I UTE, N. E. corner
of HlSNliT and KIGHTKKNiH streets, re-opens
MONDAY, September 10. Entrance on I 1UHTEK MH
Street. M ifJ 1ml L HARROW, Principal.
nHtTCLASslCAL SCHOOL, 6. E. CORNER
J THTHTEKNTH and LOCUST Streets, reopens
MONDAY, September 10.
Mlldt B. KENDALL, A. M , Principal.
rpHE CLASSICAL, COMMERCIAL, AND
A trensretory Departmei'ts of ST JOSl.PB'S COL-Li-
OK, WILLING'o Alter, will resume duties on MON
DAY, August 27. 8 lb lUr
milE ENGLISH AND CLASSICAL ACADEMY,
X Nos.ltOO and I'll C6EKM:T Afreet will reopen
MONDAY. Hcptcmber 10. I. B. LAaU.OJI aud O.
BE1DF.N8TH KFlt Principals. 8 25 lm
MISS ANNIE E. LANGTON'S SCHOOL FOR
Young Ladies, No. 142 North TIL NTH Street, will
lr OKDAY. September '0. 8 25 lm
()SE STARIN'S C0NDI1 ION POWDERS
HORSES AND CATTEE.
It cures Worms. Botts, and Co'lc.
It cures Colds, Coughs, and tilde-Bound.
It is the best alterative for Horses and Cattle now in
nse, having a reputation of 20 years' standing.
It Is a sure preventive for the much dreaded Rinder
pest. No Faimeror Dauyman should be without It.
Forsaeln Philadelphia by DYOTC A CO. No 332
North BttOND stieet I JOHNSON, UOLLOWAY As
C'utVDUN, so. 21 Norih SIXTH Street, and by Drag
gist tbroaghout the country. Addiess ai. orders to
STARIN A FLOYD, 1 ropiletors.
96ui No. 209 DUAKE Street, New York.
wrTti'en AND VERBAL DESCRIP-
Mlon of character. wih advice on busluess,
(ben tb, education etc., given dal y. V
v l piuniiiuiru i,. uirra,
at tio, no B. TEilxn Street, abvvs C'boeunt.
DELEGATES TO THE CONVENTION, AND
nir.noA, . In elv will An1 mt lUm TIaV A MSff
. ... . . - - . ... vh,, ..... uwi. nv .... vvm. n - .
al u'bioftani ard Works vlz:-
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IWl Inclusive contuinlug all tho events of tbe Rebellion
onicini pa i era, etc.
IiEOOHD OF TllE KEBF.LLION By Frank foore
In 9 vo'uraes. A C'vclopnillaof the War."
MILITARY AND NAVAL UlPTOKY OF THE RE ¬
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WrPHF.RSON'S PoriTK IL HISTORY OF THV.
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McrHKRHOS'h POLITICAL MANTAL for I"6.
MAltTlN'8 HISTORY OF FtfANCU 4 volumea
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lUVING'HLIFE OF WASUIS GTON. f.arun um.nw
HI RRE'R WORKS Tine edition, etc. etc.
For sate at low rates by
JAMES K. SIMON.
8 ."0 PMp o. 33 R. SIXTfl Street, above Chesnut,
Ofllce of 'Applcton's New American Cyclopiedla
PIRST-CLAS S r'rTd I N Gv
FLIX HOLT. THE RADICAL
THE UUiDt N SIN. A Superb Novel ..."!.! mc.
INSIDE, A Chronicle of Secession $1D
TUB hODsE BV TUB i hTJRCH-YARD... ','.!'. I
HOW I MAN AGED MY SERVANTS 40o
STA7 IONFRY. All kinds lor business and polite cer.
FhRROrVPK AND IHOTOGRPK ALBUMS, beat
artrtrocnt, at lowest prices, la the city.
PHOTOGRAPH and S IEKL ENGRAVINGS of all tl)n
Prominent Men ot the Times.
FRAMES. All kinds on hand and male to order at
lo ent prices.
O. W I'lTOHRR. '
3 6t No. 808 CHf aN Uf Street
TJUY COLORED PEOPLE ARE EX-
CLtTDBI) FROM THE STREET (JARS IK
PUlLADliLPHli . For sole by Nowsdoalem.
BKNJ. C. BACOJf,
.. KoAOl North FJFIH Street.
EDWIN HALL & CO,,,
m. m south mum mmi,
Are lV- nterilMi Tfxotir
FAIL ANSI WIHTEK lir0UTATI0N
To wn cU the attention of Wholrxale and Rtll
Bo vers U invited. l9 4tuw(Bt
I-JL. fsTKEL & SON,
Ko3. 713 aad 715 N, TENTH Street,
HAVE JTJ8T OPENED
TWO C A S E 8
PLAIN FRCNCH MERINO EC,
KV ANff CHOICE COLORS,
At 81"1'2 and 8195.
The $1-12 qual'tr we yuarantee to be two ineboa
wider, and as Bood as any L25 Merino In the market.
Thsa 2' q la'itr a as good, if not better, than any
I SO Merino 1 1 tho market. 9 5 at
P R U N E S .
VERY FINE LARGE PRUNES,
IK LARGE ADD SMALL CAJN8.
Our Own Importation.
FOB SALE BT
SIMON COLTON & CLARKE,
4 14 Up S. W. cor. BROAD and WALNOP.
JAPANESE rOWCHONO TJ-JA
IDE FINEST EVER IMPORTED
Oolong Tea, Dragon. Ohop
Ihe Lltihest grade known,
AND EVEhY OTHER DEBCBIPTIOH O
FINE TEAS, COFFJsES, ASD OROCERIEfl
JAMES It. WEBB'S
Central Tea and Coflee Warehoose,
El UTH and W ALNUT Streets,
We offer for sale limited amount of
Pen ns) han Ja Kailroad Company,
HAVING FIVE 1 EARS TO UVS,
Aud Rearing Interest at Six Per Cent.,
Payable January aud July,
FREE FROM ALL GOVERNMENT AID 8TATB
- Convertible at option of bolder anr time before ma
turity Into their CONSOLIDATED MORTGAGE
DliEXEL & CO.,
8 31 6t4p
No. 34 South THIRD St.
Q II A M P A 0 N E.
Just received, ui kond and store, a new Cbarapaane,
far superior to most of the Wines now In ne' tn this
country. Imported exclusively by tbe subscrtber.
Aleo on band (aud the only place where It caa
be procured In this city) the verv celebrated Hm.ik
GEORGE M. LAUWAN.
8 , No. iwe. UiTttsJ reet.