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THE DAITA EVENING TELEGRAM. PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER G, 18GG.
THE KEW YOEK TRESS.
EDITORIAL OPINIONS OP THE LKADISl)
JOURNALS UPON CUKUKNT TOl'ICd.
fOmtD HVKB.T PAY FOn LVrSn'O TELFORArB.
from the Triimnt.
Iu a ccitain Bcnpe of the word, th President
of the Oni'cd S atei micni to be a remarkably
theological cliatacter. Whoever reads hi
Philadelphia oration will bo ( truck by the num
ber of bib allusion to the Creator, e. g.t
1. "I lru.st in God tuat par will uot return
2. "I trust in God that tlie day is distant when
Mian fliall be aitaiii sot itpon hit)' brut her "
'i. "hi the fiameoi vJod wl-ic bis hand against
the tbroat of UU fotluw-l rottior." .
4. "1 t.iict in (Jod that llie (iiw i, di.-tant whfMi
this land is hrhiii to be drenched in a brother's
5. "Thank God the baleful plunet of war ba
lieon cliascd away."
C. "God being willing, this Union ahull be
Ah n matter of tat.te, it wouid bo fmpcrfluous
to criticize these pious repet tions, propriety
and refinement not be.ng exactly the qualities
wliiihwe have a riebt to anticipate in the Presi
dent's cloOMtioiiurv B'.ruijfilea being qualities,
intact, which be tioes not vnll undeis'iunl, and,
bo lai as he is capable of understanding tnein,
Jolds in top-lony cont'-mpt. Lut when a man
m..ide ot a prayer-u.eetintr promiscuously
fl,ni about the b acred biinie, he is um.l; put
Into the catepory ol pnvtiue shearers, nail is
J'uiibennoro Mippoeed to be In a passion, if
we wen' to jt.dfre him by his speeches, the
2'reHioent xisl in a condition of chrome ex-plot-ion.
lie canies about the wriub. of
Jicli Ilea packed in his niaiily caest., and
"whenever cc nicounUrB twenty cirizeiis and
a bruts band he begins lortli vitli to induliio
in bat, it bo were ol the other sex, and a
dealer in tilth, we should cortxmlv be force i to
call acoldiiig. Hence the Dfi-tial plconutrsii
and expletives above ctt.'U. You c:tti have the
name in Pultou Market any Coo moruinir when
"you leel bold euouiib to tell no-lie suriu'titly
;youiig butcher ttaut urn lueat has adva:ie'i to an
oiloiou.-. staae ol antiqu'ty. Vo l can hav tne
same when, upon the crowded p. eta, the loud
voicefi liuckn.eu con'eud lor tiit trunks ot luck
lifcs libellers. When these enupet c fientlemon
clt morously appeal to Heaven, tue attendant
policeman tkes it lor (minted that they are
iseekna to swindle Konn-boiv. 0 course the
President ol the United H ales should bo quite
Jtey ud the ni creoit of sock au lnipiitntion.
We are far lrom w.Pliiiiij to do t tie President
Injustice, uud it ia possible that these expres
sions indicate a uu'ldcn accc-s ol piety which
will do his Excellency no bui'ii. At tue saino
lime' we can li.it, aUV PO Ivm to be a little more
ccoiioiu cal In bis aujuiutii us p irtly beca'ise
xepctition injures the eiiect, uud pnnlv because
it be pepper- his speeches o hmhly in the be
ginning, and goes oil getting more and more
ixeiteo, be mil not be able to do justice to His
ieelincs by the time he reaches Chiacgt, unl '?s
3ie is ready to rivul the annv in Haiders. We
know that be will take our admonition kmdly;
Inn it he should not. we h;iv no desire lor au
ofhec, and can calmly meet Ii'ib displeasure.
The Soldiers? ami ShIIoih' Con vcutlou
Ileal uuil ItoiiN IJcrot-K.
from the llvra'd.
Oa Monday evenlne a tho' c o? our c'.t'zens
vho reside iu the vicinity ol Union square were
enjojinc the cool bree.e and buokin? their
post-prandial ciears, their attention was
attracted by n display ot fireworks and the
Imounna of cannon. Curious to ascertain the
caiiKC of ihiB d fcturbanee they went to.vards the
square and there found a brass band and a big
fcass drum, playinc away in that popular and
exhilarating etjlo to familiar to thore who fre
quented circuses in their boyhood. The per
hons who were drawn to tho spot by these
OeviccB, inquired of each other what it all
meant; but uobedy coeld give them the infor.
in at ion. bonie thoupbt a balloon ascension
was to occur, others that au itinerant motiute
liankw as id out to perioini, and others btill
that sonic enteiprijinsi dealer had taken this
means of advertieing his bitters, his patent
medicines or his ready-made clot a inc. At last,
however, a potterwas discovered announcing
that the all'uir wan a ronrl maKs mertiuar of
fieddiera auU sudors, to elect tieletates to tue
ClevelaiiO Convention ; and co our euizoiu,
Jjar quietly waiL.ed about, sajoked tneir
tteais, and listened 10 the music, as quietly iv-
i'u to ineir (jomcs w ueu tne bjcatiug bjnaa.
te ucwuiiaper rc-oorters eood-natureitlv or
f a ic
ically write ot the numerous audioua
ssn-uibled and ol the etitausiam displayed.
In point ot juo: tue oieeting was a hzzle, as all
Sathermes under BiUiilar auspices must be.
The call was fciiresced to Bot ii.-re an I sailors,
i jjiid Mjfm is one which soldiers and sailura
TStrjfpoii; but, al hough the evening wa3 clear
and beautiiul. ana the fireworks' lir up the
equa'e, uo eoldiei-s and sa iors could be teen.
U'liese biave lollops Lave aore 6Urewd coui
mou sense than tho nianaaers of this lnectmj;
give them credit tor. They are not goins to
turn out and hurrah whenever any politieau
t booses to call tor them. llieykuey that the
management of tuis uieetinc had lallen luto the
iauUbol tome ot thote military politictLus or
political fcoldieis whom, above all others, they
iiiOfet deiesi. The Cleveland Convention u
very well, although it would be better if the
Tepenteut Rebels were adrnitted to a share in its
deliberations; but these preliminary gaihenuga
vill all be failuies utiles they are uitrusUd to
ihe real solniers and sailors those who lought
during the war ana earned for themselves uu
Jjononilile lame. Theie are no characters
more contfuipiible tnan those bot;us military
men who never saw a battle, who constantly
llouriBU a title to which tiiey have only a political
claim, and who won their promotion, Lot. by
service m the field, but by pla.iiiR tue syco-
idiant tn some otbcial in t tie war Department,
hese tcllows are despise.! by all true suldu rs,
and laughed at by civilians. They are the men
vbo try to make political capital out of their
IbrahH button?, and no movement eiiu'tuerred by
Iheiu can DC eiiLer reppectaLle or s.iccesgt'al. ,
We want to see a soldiers' aud sailors' conven
tion headed by Grant and Fairagut Sherman
and Porter, Sheridan, Thon-as, Hancock, aud
otacr such herpes. The delegates to it ought to
be men ot tne same practical character, so that
the mere mention ol their names will bj arau
meui euouL'h as to their patdotisui and taeir
wisdom. Their delegates should be elected, not
by a chance crod collected by beating a drum
and lighting a boutire, but bv the rank and tile
of the preat Union army, no man being allowed
to vote unless he can produce his military
papois. Among the delegates elected on Mon
day evening there are some pood names, 'i'ae.
remarks which we have male do not refer to
them. On the contrary, thee eentlemou will
be the first to agree with us in the justice of our
They know as well as we do, that If the Cleve
land Convention is to effect anything: for the
Union cause it must be caret ully weeded ot the
botus and buncombe heroes who are already
Dicoarine to use U to mauutacture Polici al
capital and secure fat offices for their precious
selves. Tho nrofessional politicians were wise
enough In their day and generation to exclude
from their conventions weak ant obnoxious
individuals whose presence and prattle would
Injure the cause. We hope to fin 1 the sold'ers
and sailors at least equally discreet. Dut If
matters are u take the direction Indicated bv
the meeting on Monday evening, then it will be
better for tbe soldiers and sailors to give up
the idea of convention altogether, and leave
the Doiiticians to conduct the camoalun without
any ot those blunders which, at this crisis, are
irorse man crimes. , ,
Pnrson IJrovrnlow'd Philadelphia ton"
f rom the H'orld.
Goernor Drownlow Is the best known South
ern delegate to tbe so-called ".Sou hern Ljyalists'
Convention." lie is tho very incarnation of lis
ppint; the very Distnark of it. What other
Southern member of this piebald gathering is
entitled to oontest the pre-eminence of this
reverend old bully f Not Jack Hamilton; for
Part-on lirowulow lias been conipicuous tor
intiny years, w hile llatn Iton la a muslirootii of
ychti id4. He has less bruins than liroiiloA ;
lie has no conoutuency, wh do itrownlow has;
no uttit tal position, white browulow l-i the Gov
ernor ot an i in port an r ttatc, nna has increased
ins influence and btaudiug by securing a pi
tendco ratittcat on by his Leeialature ot the
Hump's Coustitu lonai anieudmont, and tho ad
mission ol Tcriiicsee to ln r lederal privileges,
lb oh over, he Jias bearded (lie President in his
Uoine. i'arson Ihownluw as clearly overuips
all the Soiitucrn iiietnberH ol this Convention
us 'Ihad. S1e ens does the Nu'thern radicah.
The ie.il ipirit of tho Convention is thereore
truly exhibited In the following extract trom
Liowulow's recent address to his constituents
"Jt nuotiur war shall be forced upon the conn
try, tho loyal mao-es, wno constitute an over
whi limnc major. ty ot the people of this great
nation, intcn l that it shall be no child's play.
They w ,11, as they ouhl to do, make the eutire
S iiiliein Con ederacy, as Goa inund rue earth
whin he commenced, the work 'f creation,
'without form aud void.' They will not, aud
ou.uhi not, Ic ive a Rebel teuce rail, ont-iiuiioe,
or cwcliiUf; in 'ne eleven seceded (Stales. Aud
lor the ifebel ! pulatiou, let them be oxter
niiiattd. And when the war is wound up,
which shouio be done rupidly, and With switt
dc-iructioii, P-t tho lands be ieurveved aud
.md .old out to pay the expenses of the war,
aud tit led only by a people who will resj-eet
the Siars and htiipes."
'Ibis shockiuu exhioitioa of tiendishnefes ajd
ferocity is iu peiteet keeping with the clinr t'.der
ol tuin reverend mid ribald Urownlow: it is also
of a piece with iho Uiabolical contiscation
clleme8 of Thad. Stevens, the arch leader of
the rad cals iu the North. It is true that the
hole body ol radicals are not yet kindled to
this pitch of demoniacal iervor; but, under
such leaders, we know not how soon they may
be. Whcr. firebrands arc fluur into a lumber
.ard, every board is not immediately In a blaze;
it lakes time for the tire to spread. Up mojut
the iiame.-, if a tresii breeze stndeuly happju
to blow. And so the peace of the couu'ry is at
the uieioy oi accident. A riot in a city, saeli as
a set ot biutal ro dies in every laric city are at
all times remly for; an assassination, such as
sonic murderoiis bund may any d iv coaiinit.
would cau.-e General But lor to repeat his cry
to "March I" and precipitate ttiejo in'united
and reckless raiiicaln into a career o" violence.
The radical niovcnient 13 not under tue con
trol of judicious men, and no good can como of
it. Parson iiiowulow. Tiiadde.is Srevens, Gene
ral Jiutler, Wenaell Phillips. Horace Greeley,
anil the p i n ot a liiic etaii:p no Irad the radi
cal party, 11 av possess talo'its; but ther- is not
a mun in ti e whole I'st that has ever been re
putid to possess a wcil-butanced mind. 8;ich
i-neu's as they have are talents tor aa.tiiiton,
talents tor invective and viteperatiim, talents
not tor calming dangcrou? pasi-ions, but tor
loihiutr them into frenzy. They are men on
whom the mantle ol old .John Urown has de
scended, who is tiieir patron uiut, aud whose
"eoul is n. arching on" In the bodies ot ttiese, Ins
insurrectinr.an Hueces3ors. It is evident that
men 01 this class will never cive us peace; evi
dent that unless they arc sternly Irowned doA'ii
by the ? eople they will stir up tumults aud
bring buck an era ot hideous violence aud
AVlio Jack Hamilton Is.
from the World.
livery ouc knows that "piler up of blas
phemous adjectives," Pardon Br.iwnlow, but
thut other Bhiting liaht of the bogus loyal
Southerners, Jack Hamilton, is not 60 well
known. We give a memorable act of his public
career lor the etpecutl benKht ol his present
"At a meet.ug of the citizens of Travis
county, assembled on the ltith of June, iu tbe
city ol Austin, to express their approDaliou of
the late spirited conduct of Hon. Piestou W.
liiooks, of t-'outh Carolina, the Hon. A. J.
Hamilton wus called to the chair, and A. J.
Lou appointed Secretary.
"On motion of Wdmim Dyrd, the following
preamble and resolutions were unanimously
" Hitireas, Wc have learned wita sincere plea
sine 01 the prompt and merited cadigattou in
fiicted by the Hon. Pieston IS. liiooks, ot tiojih
Cuiol'iiu upon the person ol Sumner: therefore
"J.ff.iilua, That the Hon. Preston S. Uro ks
ispiiutkd to the earnest thanks ot the whole
t'ouih l r the cncigy and hearty will w ith wnicti
Lc trlltK uowii iier lutaoious enemy, 011 the
i-j.ot whcie the houorabie ruthan poared torta,
lor lour eoijseeutive hours, uumeiued abuse of
liir in ttciMoi.s and lavorne sons. ,
"Mtso nvd, That in testimony of our apprecia
tion ol the uatriotie conduct of Colouel Uroaks,
wc will present to him a cane made 01 the
toughest W0i d that grows on the soil of Texas,
and which, therefore, with manliest propriety,
should be applied with the lull lorce ot a stout
outtl(:rll mm upon the bucks ot our hypocritical
t.nd shiudeir.ns enemies.
"iitsood, That a committee of ten be ap
pointed by the Chair to carry out the objects of
the preceding resolutions.
"hcfotwJ, Thar the proceeding of this meet
irg be published iu the Austin city pauers.
"A. j, Hamilton, chairman, f
a. J. l,ott, becreiary."
It htippeus, cuiicu;ly enough, that the then
' hjpocniical and slauncronj enemies" oi the
South, whom he was theii willing to whip
wuh tlie (nil force oi his arm, are ins present
ir'.eiids and backers.
Here is another episode in Hamilton's career,
which we and iu the Houston Journal:
'CiiNTJii.vii.LE, Iieen County, August 19.
Et'utois Juurtial: Seeing that you have been
pci'h 1 mine labor ot love' tor the redouta' le
and Provisional Govcruoi, Jack Ham. Hon, in
ju-ttce 10 bun and the c-iuntry, every fact and
incident, tcndirg to ibustrate hi eventful career
slioi.ld be placed beloie the public. It you will
c iinmunicute with Mr. Webb liidd, Seuior, who
wa9 late a resident of tins county, but now re
ticles near liutaw, in Robertson e ninty, he can
turni?h you nu niterestiuir chapter, tending to
illU'tiatetheruliiigpassiou of the hero's career.
Mr. Kidd knew llanditoii 111 Ins incioiency in
North Alabama. They both resided, I believe,
in the same county. Mr. Kidd employed hnu
as agent to sell a tract ot laud. Hamilton sold
it. embezzled the money, and decamped to
Texas.ftlt as the money that paid,the hero's way
10 the Lione btarsiaie. nir. is.wa intorms me
that be has never been able to get a cent o( hi9
money. Mr. Kidd is a reliable man, ana win
ttive yOU, snctliU you ucsiro 11, hip uumin 01
this traiitaction, Debtues various otner circura
stances ot an interesting nature, tenuing to show
up the nchievemeui"1 01 me gnm iu uis vouner
days, all 01 w tncn win ou iusuuuuvo uu ui-uts-
iary to ihe trutn 01 nisiory."
The Phllnrttlphla Convention August
H, lCtt-"lilvltle ana Conquer I"
From the Soldier? friend for September.
The absolutists and aristocrats of Europe,
having witnessed the growth and development
of the American Union becoming jealous of its
power, desired its overthrow. To check the
progress of the country, and to arrest its career,
it was necessary to divido it, in order that it
niiplat be conquered by Internal dissensions.
Hence, the influence and intrigues of forclirn
Ideas in American politics and legislation which
contributed so much to the ultimate rupture.
When tbi traitors of the South had determined
upon secession and war, their avowed policy
was (0 promote dissensions 111 the loyal States,
i.Dd by all the artifices of Cloloinacy, tbe agen
cies of partisan machinery, secret organiza'tomi,
undvioleut outbreaks, to distract the North.
Tbe Bouth beinir said to be a "unit" In rebel
lion, a "divided North" would enaole the forunr
to icali7e the truth of the maxim, "Divide and
The war has ceased. Tho appeal must be
made again to the lorum, and to tne J ud anient
01 the people, and two parties stand oppose 1 to
each othir. Cue, the reactionist paity ol seces
sion, titabon, and Us simpHtbios; th other,
the paity ol Cidou, progress, and tree.loin.
ThP theory ot th reac'iouists no is to destroy
the tjiilon 1 aity, under the plea that It it "radi
chl." To conserve slavrytuo South loiurht a
long and bloody war to destroy tho Union.
'1 hey now seek to destroy the Union parlv. The
maxim Is, "1'ivide and conquer." Men who
declare that they are "conquered but not sub
dued" "overpowered but not Bubj-;Bated"
thai "ihe will pain by the ballot wnai they
tailed to pain by tho ballet," are not qualified
(o take (-eats tu Conurrss to legi-late 101 the ln
tenMs 01 the American republic. Mu..led
traitors are not Union men. We need tbe aid
and co-operation ot men who fire al and true
to their countty b canso they Iovp jt. and not
Lccauce the blood-i-taiued sword has been slnv
ncd to p eces in their lusane uiasp. It every
lour cl tbe Union beware of men who woelil
"divide aud conquer." The restoration ol i bis
party to power will oe a latal b'.o to our pcaco
and progi osi".
The w ai w as forced upon tho country by the
cr.cuiicsot iree labor in toe American Union.
The iree-trado leaden of youth Carolina, who
bold tho doctrine that "capital should own
labor," aud, as (Senator Hammond declared that
"the workmgnien of the North arc white
slaves," dcteimned to crush out the democratic
tree-labor force ot the country, induce the
white wcrkinctnen to the level of slaves, and
thin, as 8cnator Toombs announced, "4a very
would cease by the general prostration ot all
lhcsc fne-traders in commerce, politics,
patriotism, and blood, diverted tlie workiiiiincn
01 tno Union lrom their peaceful pursuits, and
didfe lie 111 into ar and carnaee. Workshops
weir de-troy cd to build fortilications; lactones
were closed, and turned into hospitals lor the
sick and niangted victims of the bold; ware
In ui-es were 1 11 rued fnto bast ilea and prisons
for loyal soldier?, and thousand nf millions of
delists have been consumed by the dei-tructives
who believe in cheap labor, cheap men, And
cheap patrioturo. These Iree-.raders of the
(South have attempted to destroy the prod 11c. ive
power ol the free-labor forces ot the country,
nt d bud it -watc that they might build a cen
tralized Govtrutuent upou the ruins. B their
commercial policy they exhaust ihe soil, ex
haust the productive torces, material aud in
dustrial, and exhaust the c rcula'iuir medium.
A iihtion that produce- one ln.udted millions of
dollars a year 01 the precious metals, aud u-es
011 irredeemable piper currency at a premium
ot ully per cent., shows ihat I s legislators have
b-cn it cieaut or incompetent to thair task.
Hie ptogies'S of American society depends upon
the piopcr development ot all the re sources ot
oi r t-nl phtencd civ lizalion. The equalization
ci t.oo e DoiintiCc to an tne peoi.ie ine oemo- a
ci:n c d'Slribut 011 ol equal riebis, priv leges,
and o poi tunnies, 111 lahor and education, and
civil and relisrious immunvies. Those consti
tute the biuhrft ecot oinx 01 the na'ien.
Vi e welcome the md and friendship 01 the true
men 01 lb" youth, aud oi ihe gre it masses who
wire coerced and betrayed into rebellion by tlie
cniGbinp power of the consp, raters acamst
dctuociatie uistiintious. We rejoice that the
time is coining when the people will be informed
ol the truth; and we hail the t me w hen our la'd
shad lejoice in I oinoirencous political institu
tions, industrial harmony, social concord, and
Speculators and freetraders in the politics of
the last twenty years have "crushed out" tho
dcuisir n ot the splendid qjesiions of political
and social economy wnicli t-o deeply alieet the
dtotiny ot the republic. Any new party which
hopes 'to appeal to tne masses ot tu working
men ot the country, n ustjmakc a declaration ol
its purpt'Fcs in rerard to thcr inteiests. The
dcniociatic free labor force of the countrv has
becD compelled lor four years ti exoend its en
ergy in bloodshed. Huudreds of thousan.ls of
wcikmincn are now sufTeiine with shatterpd
constitutions, crippled limbs, and armless
Mccvi f. These men are entitled to receive some
thinu tetter than a Congressional b under or aa
en pty plaudit, and auy party that has uot the
hone-ty, the com aw. or tho patriotism to place
i self .'n the tide of free labor, and the protec
tion of all its interests, in every part of tho
republic, and lor all classes of the people, is not
worthy of tho hour or the cause. With the
hioiid pi ut form of Free Labor, In all the gran
deiu and power of its development, wit h educa
tion universal, rights equal, and justiee for a'l,
the nation can march on tn the splendor of a
br'ghtor day aud a purer freedom than ot old.
SADDLES AND HARNESS.
THE OLDEST AND LARGEST
SADDLE AND HARNESS
MAKUFACTUniXO ESTA PLISnMLNT IN THE
LirEY, MKEKEU & CO.,
No. 1216 CUES NUT STREET,
No. 6S0 MaEKE'1 street,
OFFEK OF TI1E1I1 OWN WANUFACTCUE
8A DDLEH, 2IW styles, 21100 qualities.
UAKJSKbH lrom I5 to 5dw per sou
mountings, Lridlcs, lilts. Whips, Blankets, Combs,
Brushes. Uot en. (iovrrnnicnt I'arLess Flougb Bridies,
llog Collars, 1 added liau.es Wort Hurrupo, iravoilioir
Bags, lrunks anu Ya.lc9, 1 uncb Basacts. (JLamois,
U ai king, boots, etc.
We cu.l tbo a tenilon of n crchants Ylsltlas this
muiki t also the city tetull tradouto our lnre, cheap
aud varied stock
ti'jfciurp LACEY. MEF.KFR A CO,
U A R N E S S.
V LABGE LOT OF HEW U. 8. WAGON HAB
HESS, 2, i, and 6 horse. Also, parts ot IIAB-
KEbS, BADDLE8, COLLABS, HALTERS etc.,
bought at the recent Government sales to be sold
at a areat sacrifice W bolesolo or Uotail. Teeether
with our usual assortment ot
BADDLEIi YAND SADDLERY BAM) WARE.
WILLIAM S. HANSELL & SONS,
Ar. 114 MAEKET Street.
ROBERT SUOEMAKER & GO.,
AND DEALERS IN
I Paints, Varnishes, and Oils,
No. 201 NOItTIT VOURTII STREET,
liitwi COFMEB OF RACE.
OFFICE OP THE LEHIGH COAL
Afcl HAVIQA1I0N COMPANY.
rniLADkLPHIA. AOl'llil-IH, IHK
The Horkholdftrn of thl 1 oiripanv r bar bj notlild
that tn llonni ! Maiidser havn dpurriilne.1 a an
to 1 11 rroni who Hliiu. bi pour ' 8(oclilio d.-is oa tka
Itookst I lb l ompHny on tno Rth ot repUtiolier ntm.,
Bi.r II cIocIdr o, tmniiera, at I P M 01 1lia la thi
privl ee ol nulmcribiug lor m w ick ot par, lotus
txicm 01 one abareoi new Mock lor eerr fl-e share
then man (j in, in tl.eit noun Kauh nhan'hulilcr el UueJ
to a irai Hoi a pari ol a fhar. shall have tbe irivlluf of
aulifcnhliiK or a lull share,
1 hi ruhr1i. ion bo.iku will onen on MOvDAY.Seo
tombir andcioaeoa BAI L KD.Y. Dooeiolier 1, li
at 8 P. M.
lanHntwll be conaldcred dae Jane 1, ISS1, but an
lnnln ent ol m prr tent . nr l n (10 ln par ahtrv, mnat
lie UBirt st lie time 01 Buhwr'Dinff 'I b- l ilance mar be
paid ron. tin. to tin e. at tl.e option 01 the aulncfli.m
ficioTO Ibe lut ot Novcninor, 8J7 On a 1 pijwenti.
Intlui ln tlea o extd infitaimen., inntlo be'ore the lut
ot June I HO 7 diwMnnt wtl.be aiow.u at tno rate ol
fprcini perimnuiii ano on a 1 oayincnls made between
1 at date and ilie Is ol .Sovouibor 1S6I, ml .rent will be
cl.rri.id at ti e name rate
A I atock n t i-a.d uo in fall by tbe let of "d'tiriinr,
lStil wl I tie mrlo't".! to lu uetl tbe ' omtiany Oer
tit.cutee lor tbe new nock will not bo imied unt'l ter
June 1 ifdl end nni.1 at ck. 11 na d no In lul , wi I b (ri
ot r' to tne JSoverabei div lcnn of IM7, but to n;i earlier
dlTlncnd, BOLOaU S.IM'UKHI).
8 30 Trea-urcr.
Til fO PENNSYLVANIA FIRiS IN3U
A tl'e Annutl Mci'tinitof llieRtxXbo den of hi Oom-
jmvy held on M ndiiv tti 3J ol He:i e ..bor. H68, tlie
iU Inu Kenibimen were dub elected IlUr.CTi)i.1 tor
the ennui jt yenr, viz 1
Utnicl t-inltti Jr., I .Tohn D'Terpnx,
lonniidcr llenaon, Hinmai Hmltb,
1'jiao liar, (bu st, I enr IVowli
Iboinas ltoblnn, I J Oiilllngbana fell,
. unlet Haddock Jr
A rd t a meeting ot the Director oil tbe 1111 (lay.
IAMI. HMllU jB,Ksq. waa onaulmouslj e eloctcd
4 4t WILLIAM (. CROWtLL Secretary.
TUE PENNSYLVANIA FIRB IN-
SgrTRMBRB I IfWi
The Dlrictora have this da deciarerl a dividend ol
BIV'IS lOi l.Ahi AND Hf I Y (I NTS pt -hare on
Ihe Rt'.ck ol tb Comiinr r r tue lat all iiioulln,
wMcliwI lie paid to ibe R'ockholdert or tboir legal
ifi.n HiDtatlven nltor tbe l:ith Limtant
9 4 tit V IxLlAMO. CKuWELL. Secretary.
CITY TRKAHUUKB'S OFFICE.
fiui.ADKLi'iu aoitnmbcr 4, ions.
ISOTll K I ' Jj( an uiiiirui
Cltv Loans mHlurnfi,Tnuuary 1 1BCB. wll' be paid on
prieenlHtiun at llna olllce wlih acciiniulatoJ Interest.
lis orovrottbe toiumisjioucrs o! tho sIiikiuk I' un Is.
UK. KY I1UMU
irjt" MAMRM'TII VKIN C0NS0fiTr)ATFD
-s- COALfOMPANV.i be annual uieotl.iRot tbe
bioctbolilrm will bo lirld at theoii.ee ot the Uoinimii v,
c. I (it K Mrci'i. 1 lillHdclph'a. ou WKitStbOi Y,
tbe twclHh (lay ol September lr6 t.t 4 o'clock P M ,
tor bo elci lion of oQicero. un l the transact on of Bii. h
other LuBluees as may logui.y be brought b.'tore said
nirotinp, A. U. Al.M A.N.
8 V5 1 fit Secret.r.
BATGHELOR'S HAIR DYE
TUB HIiHT IV 1HK WOaLI).
Ilirmlcfs rcliabti' iimlantiinoouti. 1 ho only per'ect
dye. No dlBanpolntmont no riuiuulous tiu n, but true
to nature, b'ack or brown.
Oil tINt Is SlUiNh-l) WHLIAM A. B vTCIIELOK.
Be ferernfinp 1'xtracl 01 Rillleflcnmrostorcs.prpicrvcs
aid U HiiliUiB tl.e bar prr Tints b,.iin h. mi.iI bv all
j Driiiiilsis. Kacior No HI BAltl I.AY St., Y. 33
1 1t3s?t JUST PUBLISHED
--' Dvtbe I'hislclnna m the
NKW IOIIK. MUSKUM,
the Mnctlctb Edition 01 their
l ot U LEC I URS.8,
PUILOSOt'llY OF" mar,'iop:.
To be lied I ce. lor four sfnnms b aadrcjulns Socra-
tsi.v New York Wui onui ol Ana omy.
n (is to eit) 1 KUAUWii . mew orn.
-p L. t AKFENIKR
& BON'S DANCING
No. 625 ABCn STREET.
T. L Camniilrr. the we.i known and experienced
Muster 01 1'anclnp; and ( oliiilionics, soei!l ultv in
loru.s rarculs ami Vounir LmiIIoh and (ioiiticincn that
bm Acaumiy tot I'riva e luiilounilt reopcu lor tho
reception o ftonoii.r on
HA I lilY 81 PTEMBIB 1,1806,
forll'oFal Wlnttr, aert npiinn.
t erv attint on rs berttoiorn, wn oe paid to navanoo
his cl o urs In e crv pnrticuiur. and ho ci.n l. hoi u
punoiui It at bis rooms, No aKCiI h reet, daily
Mia 1 D 11 ' ivii 1 w o ini'iro.
MONDAY, WEDNESDAY ANU FK.DaY AFTEK-
KOIl YOt'Nd Mo Ei' AND M HTI US
TUESDAY "JUlliSDAV AND HATLKDlY AFIEK-
KVEMNO- FOK (.FNTLEMF.W.
TUE5DAY, UiUKtDA Y -ND BAiUKUAY EVES-
PRIVATE EVENINGS FOK I.ADIKS AND GEN
TI.EltiKN MONDAY, WKDJJlbDAY AND FBII.Y EVEN
DIEF.I T PRIVATE TITIVIOS
plven In clni-aes or Minnie esaons every momlnn.
Ti iu.s etc . made known ut D L. CiTl.fcUiurA Son's
1. 1 ta nontoi t Hon wll civo their aitontion to all
tbe I1.ICH1 tatblonubie dances ot t''0 hcrhhu.
Alt ( nioiiH a izcs. lious. etc . and tbu many oilljr-
ent Cgu on o! ibe
GFKMAH COTILl ION
together, ho will tea li as uhuu! al round daucos nnd
Vuacrilics unu, in rno , any nunco Ilia; maf uo re
ouoHit'd heliolars can commence at auy time uu-ng
the tail anu v, inti r seasons.
1K1VATE (Ol'll-LION ROlREES
will he dlvcu to scl.olnrs and .rUnds at ills Koomi th'S
cesoii, ua well as a course ot Evening (Subscription
Milin a at (lie M nmcal i" mm tall and a iirnud Masuue
hubhoripnon Hat, In February ; also his T cuty-second
Am uiu r lorai Jia a 11 U' K'vcn hi ido caue.n ui
A usic bi" bOBfon Iniorraatlon will be given on appli-
cailcn to u li. ( arponiiT
llcacii1 are reaoy at ins room lor nis upoiiing soiree.
(OMSUMfil L1ONIUA8 CixtFE.NTt.il.
D. L CAU'EMEIt,
g 27 3m No. G16 AECH Street.
NEW .BOUNTY BILL ALL SOLDIERS
wbo enlisted lor three years, since April IB ,861,
and seivid taclrfull term oi service, or were alsolmyed
belore sold term ot service on a'-couut of woands, and
received one bundrea dollars bounty and no more, are
entitled to receive an additional one hundred do lars.
Widows, minor children, or parents of deceased soldiers
who onllsted tor tbro eaisand died in tho service, or
trcui UUeases or wounQ.s contracted lu tbo service and
line of duly, are cnute (o receive an addltlouul one
hundred dollars, toll or ..rdrcss
, (ILOliOE W. FORD,
No. 241 DOCK Street,
8171m One door below Third,
bo bus all the necesary forms to colloct tbese claims.
DYEING, SCOURING, ETC.
I.BCU IS TEAM S0LKLn
No. 10 RACE Street.
We ooff tear, to thaw your uartlcular attention to our
new Frtuch Mi tm Hcounnu hitabllibo out tlietlrstaud
ouiy 01 0 01 us k.uu 111 tui city we uu uotuve, out u)
a 1 in uu ui pructrH rm ore lsok-s , u.ut oiiie.i s, an
t liilniiu'. Carnienta to their orluinal statea wluiou
liuurlok tbiiu Iu ti e leant. Kbllo meat exuerlonue aad
llio Lust L at bluer iroui France euable us to warrant
pt r cot tatisiuciiuu 10 s.l wpo may avor us with tlielt
natrvnttve. LADIKB' DHESSE1 01 ever, desci Dtion
with or without Irlmmini'g, are cleaned and finished
without being tateu apart, whether the color Is genuine
(juera ( loans ana Hanuilas curtains. Table covers
Caruets Velvet P.lbbons. Kid Gloves, etc.. cleaned and
reonli-hed In the beai manner. (Jen. lemon's .summor
and W inter Clothing o euued to pertecti. n wiiboui In-
Jury 10 the stuil A 0 Ha and ltaiiueia AUabidsol
stains r D i ved without o trailing the whole All orders
are rxecoteu onoer our iu meaiate suuerviaion ana
lalb-tacllou (uaiautoed In every Instance. A call and
exauiiuatKU 01 our process is ru.pecuully soucltea
ALBEDYLL & MARX,
12 mil' So. MO BA OB Street
11 K NEW YORK DYEING AND PRINTING
No 40 Norih 1-1(111 111 kiimi iWeitsldel.
Also known as the
BoIok the LARGEST iu the UNITED HT ATI-( and
HlAie.pi 1 L.Anir oifiu x,.ii.aDi.iuni!.ni.
a 111 H i Y Yf.AKH oldilB tiian ai.y oilier on 81 aten
j-LAM'. is prepared, with Ihe most improved and
exteusivi wauuiuury no wnicn uiey are malting cou
BLunt aauikul,n iu
evenr variety of' OOODH ATb 'OABMfcNTS, In a man
ner V t-wv n 1 iu (innvounirr
No. 4H North EI 111 11 Street Philadelphia
No. DH Dl 1 ' N E Ptroet, New York.
o. BFOADWAY Mew York..
No. 136 PlEhKtPO.NT Street, Brooklyn.
SAMUEL JhAKSU. President
J. T. Yodko, Becreuiiy. 8 1 uiwrl o
u PARA8OL8 AT $125, f 1-50. fl-75, AND
lSwfm 11 8. EIUUTU .treat.
J3 I K G II A M H O TJ S B ,
'jClevcnth aud Market Streets Philnda.
1 his new tnd elcnt houne la now open lor (be reoep
tltn of Jiuefte, with all tbe appointment!. of a first elaa
GATE IZLAKD, A. J.,
Will Remain Open This Gcason
Later than Usual.
remoDi visiting ui tat In Aueuxt or early In 8(',
tcn ter will find It a very 1 lcanai.it portion ol the
(at ore reason, and bare the bono 6 1 ol a certainty
in beennag oocati-fi out rooms.
g U R F HOUSE,
CHOICE KOOilS can now be bod at this faronto
W. T. CAI.EI3.
OPEN UNTIL 0CT0I1E6. I.
y E 11 C U A N T S' HOTEL,
CAPE ISLAND, N. J.
Ibis Hotel liclng enthelr ri (l((cd and refurnished in
the tet mannrr. 18 NOW OPEN FOB TJU-: KECEP
HOJi OF GURoTS. '
tILe Louse is 10 nlod near the ocean, and every atten
tion ill Le f.ln to nurlt the patronage 01 the puo.ic
McNUTT & M'vSON,
6 22tt PBOPLIETDRS.
FOR CAPE MAY.
1'oir.tmnoing TUESDAY, Aurub128, 1H0 Irolnswlll
liave (Ipjci Feny) i-iukct s.ieei, rbi.adcliibia, a."
1 . . due at ' ape Isla d at 7 P M.
Litbii 11.11 will eve 1 i.pe IfIhiiU
BA. Ii., due n llnlaile ph. a a. 11-T
licit t( ll.c , ui btrri loot n 1 Market street, end No
6.M l.c nut stru t I on'lnen nl Hole!
1 tiioiis 1 uuhaniiifi uikotH ot the Ajont, stNo K!R
( In )uut Kdrel can ly eavlnt oruors, huvo tboir baK
tu.c ceiled tor aid iheikiO at their rejideuccs b)
(ri.l an.'s 1 diayo Hmtw.
i.ib JVAN KLNhMEl.A EU, Buperintcudont
FFESERVING CANS AND JARS.
I1 A T K N T
8 KLK-S BALING
All the above Jars w
oflor 10 our cusion.crH and
the pumio Konn.l y with
eutire comiui'uce at tue
w 1 "rh;Oi
A. J. ViTElDENEll,
1 lm No. 38 S. SECOND Street, Philadelphia.
TJ S. PIsnEU'8 PATENT
feLF-ECALlKC PRESERVING CAN.
Hits coif lira toil Can has been used bt thousimls 'or
the iaM (lie ur.i. and all vhohave t.iiit ItHiiouk 111 -be
hill.tiit lein.a ol Us hupetlor .norits W'u v 11 uro to
iisurt thai I is 11 ore re iiililo, more convouient, ami pos
(fiH( 11 ore prattles, merit tliun anvotlur 1 au iu uni
It is coa td aud ui.homIoi! wltli tbe fcreuiost easi! ninn.it
o. which it purlieu ariy Iioohih A Ii an wurr..nt.il ttint
uro- put up acooidlutt to u.reciioiis. J'or sale by tho
n ai. 11 In c nrcr. ut l.lf old Mm.U ,1 h KcAltlH It I K o,
WjS rPhlM, OALDI N Mreet. I hlliulcinliia. 8 it) ,uio
SHIRTS, FURNISHING GOODS, Lt
J Y. SCOTT & C O.,
AM) PEALEBS IN
MliN'S FU1.1N1SIJINO GOODS,
Ko. 814 CEESNUT Street,
rocn doous below tub "continental,
611 MP PU1LADELPI1IA.
8HIKT MAN U FACTO KY.
AND CENTLEMhN'8 'FURNISHING STOKE.
PERFECT FITTINO CIUBIS AND DKAWElta
made irom measurement at very short notice.
All ttber an'.clesoi GENTLE MEN b Dltn.SS GOODS
in lull variety.
WINCIll'STKR & CO.,
8 24S No. 700 CHE8NUT Strcot
STLK.Lfc:Di:i, TKOL'T, VOIGT A CO.
bog moHt iof(eoiiull local' the attention ol tbe
public at lariio to their newly luveutou 1 aleut,
'JUf LMVF-liSAL Al AKVI-1.
Which bj il'koliarKiiii. a pt-rcuwion tap uiado expressly
or tl.e purpohe, win move very ttlictuul lu the preven
tion ot bufKlarica Ho.
'Ihe Itliow inn 1110 come of Its pro at advnnturos:
1st. r-iuipllciiy 01 destruction clioauuess and ease In
application, so that a servant or chl d may set It.
111. Froodoin lrom duntior 10 Dorsoua or pronertv.
2d. rnivcrnalhy o anplica 1. n toanv part 01 a Poor
Window Uruuug, Stutter, (late, Uurden, Preset vj.
Finn l'ond clu.
4th. It (fives a check to bar-luis by alarn ing the to
maies, iioil.bois and police.
Oth 'i he uilud Ih leueved lrom much pali.ml anxlely
lit ltmuie one.ino8 or old uko eHiMHiiully when attiu.es
ol i' lout value are kept In tlie boune.
Cth It is a universal protectlou to travellers to fasten
on cbamler doors. ......
1th Its construction is simple and not liable to get out
DIRECTIONS FOB USE ACCOMPANY ETEBY 1ST.
Y'e have pot oar artice at (he low irce of ONE
DOLLaK. inclusive or 25 caps and it caun.it bo got
clu apor e tlior 110m us or iroui our aijents, Eur lurthet
narttculars inntilre ot oratlilr.HK.
P'" B'lElULEISr K. 1 ItOUt, TOIQT & CO.,
OtUce, Ko. &!( WAL.nD " Mreet.
Uoom No If.
We will send the ALARMIST to any part ol the
country on receipt 01 price, and M cents extrt lot
( ountry Agents wanted.
TVTDAT IS TLTE BEST CURE
CORNS, BUNIONS, ETC.?
No. 103 CALLOWHILL HTRKET,
He makes the La-ts to suit the eet, andF.ooti l-hoes,
etc. etolto Ut theleet THY UIX. li 16 lin
TJHIVY VVKLLB OVYNfcltH Ob HHuPhllTi
J q ne only place to set Prlvv Weill cleaned and d
nfected at T low price A. Pr YrJOK,
' Manufacturer of foudrelte
1 10 S GOLDSMITHS' HALL, UiiBAK Y btreet
KLL CLAS $,
1 OOP I Ml I FLO KlrtGM
ft- 4 (A liOLlA A I UiUlllsa
4-4 C'AR'H.INA L K(NU.
-4V1ki4ima v ..ookiNo.
4-4 VIIIOINI FLOOKlNG.
' S-4 1LAWARK rL'XJKl (. ,
(.(hi IAWAKI FLOOKINU
AMI AM) WAI.NUI F O 'KIfsO.1
AhU AND V. Al.Nl T Ft.OOKIiiG.
IRAIL PLA K.
i QRCl P L A 8 T E It I N (1 L AT IIS !
J-t)VJJ. I'LASIKPING l.ATIH,
at j,ei. H) rim ut
AT KEDUi FO PKIC'1.8.
-CKDAK AND I'lNK SHINfJLCS
V.t DAK AND PINT. MllMilylX. .
No I LOM cFDAK HHIMlUi
No. 1 fdt'KT 'KlAH SHiNufJCS.
WHI it PINK MiINI4LliA
( Y' Kl.S.s HIM, I, (.8.
FINF ASnOKI MFN1 FOUbI45 liOW
-LUMl.l.H l-'OU UKI)KHTAKKRSf
lUUt). I tiniHr-.it Ft U CN 1)1 .11 1 f K ViHf '. I
I I 1; Cl lAU
W I.M'T. AM) PiNK
lir 1 UJiAII
WALNUT, AND PINV
1 lU ALhANY LUMiiKUOPALLiKINDH.
IOUU. ALLAN) UIMRrl: OF lit KINDS
ISl AKIN'l l V.ALMJ1.
LEY 11-tlAk ( LUlllV, M, Ago,
OAK ILK AMI BJ.H.
KOHrWdOIi AM) AI.NfT VI NEFH.S.
-V I (; A It-l ( ! X M A N V V AOTi: H E'liH.
HPAMHH l l.liAH L1X I'.OA'OD,. '
A'l M l tM i ll PKICbS
Sl'iilJCH uOlbTt si III CK JOIST1
MlLEJOHII HVKUiRJOlkri '
a IHTI It 11 (ii r rii.j LUlVr.
KlitlW 14 TO St Kl-.hf LOM).
hi Bl t E MILLS
EEMIOtK I LA K ND JOINT.
ilAVLE Fli(1ll B CO ,
ll'iir. rui 1 11 - n ir l'l ,
No J5HI H.LTll oTUEKT
JJ N 1 T E D STATUS
HUILDEIt'S MIL, Ij,
Kcs. 24, 6, and 28 S. FIFTEENTH St.,
EyiJCR (fc 13TIOTIIICR,
WOOD MOCLDIKO. BUalKETH, HTA.1 It U VLUa.
TEKb, NEWI.L P081H, OE EBAL TUHalNG
bLhOLL Vt OLE, ETO. . "
NLLLV1M1 t-LAM.D TO ORDER. - -1
ho i ni,ift a bortiu: nt Oi V ood Aiouldmgs In ihKoli
coustautlv on baiiu. 1 1s lot
C . P E 11 K I K B,
rJuccoo-iOi'to It Clark, Jr.,
No. 324 CHRISTIAN STKKET.
Con toiitij on l.uuo a larKf and vanod a.-Hortmen
of buitudis Luinlior, 6 i4 J
Q 1T IJ T K1AL
JSEOUllKS YOUK CUSTOM.
WHITNEY & KAMLTOf.
Kcrth mmi Street,
Aliuve foilnr, Cast Kids. (62
LEHIGH AND SCHUYLKILL COAL.
EY TBL C A llOO Oil BIKGLK TON,
Yard, Ercad Street, below tltzwatcr.
hat coui tfliitiy on liunU a cotupo out supply ol the
u eve eupoiior Coul, sui ui.lo tor Ikuu y use, to
Vibicli ho ciil.e the utlciinou ot lm fneuds aud the
tub ic KCiitrnliy.
Oidtisit ltai o. 205 totifh Kath ctroet. o. 32
bouili tcvtiilt-utb strwt or inrout'li Dcjputch or
I on Cli.co, iToniptlv attcurlod to.
A htl'tJoOa QliALl'il oK bLACKSMUHS
COAL. 7 6
JJAZLETON LEIIICIII COAL.
A SPECI ALTY.
II. W. PATIMCK & CO.,
Ho. 2C1 II0P.TH 3H0AD STREET.
Would solfnt orccrs for the a!ove Coal,v. hlch they
have always on bund, together VflU ihiir cciobrated
BE-BBCKIK SCHUYLKILL COAL.
TRUSSES, SUPP0HTEP.S, ETC.
ii l, . PHILAIIKLFHIA tfUROEONS
lAMAO. 1H 1'IOTE. No. 14 N.
iSVr' MMH Mroct. above Market It. C.
1 i I'lTI, one thirty voi rs' practlca cii(.rl'.nce,
stiaratiUca the skiliu. so jundnom ol bs Iremijio
I ami (-ii.iuiat.iiir lio.-jio 'I ru-, uiiil s Viirotv
oil ers r-ui I'oilrra. ! lastic SiookinKS .-linu uer llrao
Crotober t tiHpeusoriea, ctu. LatihV apartiocuts ee
ducted by a Lady.
QBE AT SAVING OF TIME,
LA I K1. AND MONEY.
PORTABLE CYLINDER BORING MACHINE
Marine and Stationary Engines. Blast OKndors,
Pumps and Curiae Valves bored out without removing;
them lrom their picstvt poslitous.
Engines bore,, ol (-very size aid build el tier wbca
ve il. a tioili onlal or moliuert, irom lu to U horm
pov,cr. by removlna onlv one or both neads tod pisioa.
(Lis is (Le til' tinevtaytu Lore a cyiludur a no part
o tbe niacfiinery Is moved iroin Its prta-nt p aoa, ex
cop' vba ! mtnlioned sbove pri ut amount oi time
I- favo, as the work in completed lu icsstbauvue lourib.
he tlrjie othoiwlso ri quired.
All ertleis i.rompt.y uttimded to.
L. D H'LANDEB CO .
No. lrKSI'iiPLAlt treot. i hlldonlii.
No. 2o North WIL'.J tM streot, Nsw York
We lercno:l V. orris.Towueo: o M. VY Ma d
V.1D ii Co. ( N Howiaud & Co.; wll'lam rl. rtioiuaa
& Co J It. lirunor A Hons; A Jovkt A Hons,
of I hlladelphla; Letnsh Zino Woiks, Itetblohein,
lenuHV vania; Tremcn Iron i o , Trent n N J i , ey
'6 1 lien biiuh & t o Kouillnir. a i Mo 'ormlclt fc ( o .
Harrlsl urir l a Hee4 riill !", Kewark S J.iaad
the lurllbs Vnglne Co., Providence. It I. ttt (41m
Monuments, t o m ns,
Just completed, a beautiful vartetv ot
ITALIAN IIAEBLE MUKUUENTM,
TOMBS AJkD GRAVE STONES.
Will be sold ebeap for cash.
W ork sent to any par' oi tho United H tares.
HIONIIY H. TAIUl.
11 Alt 13 LX WOUKS.
wlmS Vo. 710 GEEkK Btreet, Philadelphia.