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THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, JtJLY 8, 1868.
From our own Corretpondenl.
New York, July 6. 1808.
If It were ft mutter of conscience with me
atfwaya when at Home to do aa the Romans do,
Iamoonfldentthatlahouldnotbela a condi
tion to write this letter at ao early an honr In
the morning; for, after a Bandar afternoon
tpent at Hoboken, the fumes of lager beer and
llblne wine would be foand too ponderous for
rV. en to master. All Sunday, Hoboken Is the
i'fer beer barrel from which New Yorkers
draw their supplies. The ferry boats
begin to fill early In the morning, and
only begin to empty late at night.
Ever since the establlthment of to.)
Excise Law, Hoboken of a Sunday im
boon the Meooa of thirsty mouths. It irny be
true that stolen waters are sweet, rui'l that
bread eaten In secret la pleasant; but thoy are
not found to be so sweet or so plonsunt when
police spies and stool-pigeon mo hanging
round, and when detective llusor In every cup
of surreptitious "Sunday tcii" that 18 raUnd to
the Imbiber's mouth. Henco the Sunday rush
to Hoboken, There no Snuday liquor law ob
tains. There no odlons Informers lurk In concert-saloons
and restaurants; there lagnr
Stands no higher than "root" beer on the scale
of Iniquity, and all kinds and dogrees of liquor,
from claret up to "cock-tails" are placed on one
Bweet liquid level.
Yet who are tbe people that go? Not precisely
tbe kind you, the reader, or I, the writer, would
care to make friends or acquaintances of. Tney
are, in the majority of cases, very harmleni
probably. These girls, In desperato attempts at
the prevailing mode of bonnets, probably h ve
done nothing more than the majority of factory
gills; and tbe young men who are with them,
If tbey betoken any Immorality at all, it is the
very healthy immorality of being a little over
fond of the society of the opposite
sex. Yet there are some rough faces
Tbat red sbirted youth, with the scarcely
healed cut over his left eye, is perpe
tually squinting with a strabismus of general
malevolence rather than with any absolute
physical defect; and those three men, In their
shirt sleeves, who, for the last three hours have
been calling for Illimitable whisky punches,
look as If they would be all the better for the
restraining influences of their wives, If wives
they have. But as a German woman, herself
the wife of a saloon-keeper, expressed It to me
.yesterday, "German husbands are not so 'goof
as English end Americans. The German likes
to make his wife work, and stay at
home, and mind the bouse, while he
goes off to the concerts, and tbe gardens and
the music, and somewhere else (with an in
tensely comprehensive shake ot the head) by
himself!" TheGerman woman m ay have jealous
reasons for speaking as she did. The greater
part of the Sunday visitors to Hoboken are not
Germans, however, and the sprinkling of wives,
sweethearts, mistresses, and little ones is very
large indeed. A five minutes' ride in one of the
large, but not handsome, ferry-boats which
leave Barclay street wharf brings yon to this
great reservoir of beer. Once landed, there are
at least two hundred beer saloons
from which to choose, besides the many
gardeus. One of the shad lout and best of these
lies nearest the ferry, one mile saves you tbe
long tramp over the plank path that leads up
to Hudson street. A fountain is in the middle,
but like most fountains of its species, it Is not
playing. Indeed It may as truly be said of most
fountains in public places that they are for the
purpose of concealing water, as it has been sai l
of languoRp, that it is for tbe purpose of con
cealing thought. An abuudaoce of tall and
broad willows casts a delightful shade, and
Imagination gives to the fountain a vim thatart
has carefully stowed away. A large wooJen
building, with bills of fare placarded outside,
lnvllcs to interior rest' n rants where any deli
cacy can be had, from pickled plgs'-foet to quail
or toast. Tbe space between the seat j is con
tinually leset with very small children swel
tering under very large caskets of bouquets,
five cents each. Red lemonade, of tbe same
price a glass, is for sale in baskets under every
green busb. Spruce beer, and "root" beer, and
soda water, and sarsaparllla, betray them
selves at every table by the lncessunt
popping of corks; and Ltger beer, of an
amber color and destitute of froth, is sipped
With all tbe slow luxuriance of si 111 cham
pagne. A sunny walk up Hudson street
brings one to Schroder's Hotel Girul, where
multitudes of young ctn tries tweak and
flutter In gaily-painted cages, and where
Madame herself can be seen any hour of a
Sunday afternoon, sittlrg on the second-story
-front balcony, calmly surveying the throngs in
tbe streets, with the curiosity of an amiab'e
sparrow. A few yards further up Hudson street
brings one to Fourth street, and Fourth street
conducts to a wludlng walk of glaring dust
along the river, and fl inked by the bastlon-llke
foundations of the Stephens estate. Tuls
Stephens, by the bye, owns the whole of Ho'jo
ken, and is worth some 830,000,100. And
bere the first thing that strikes the
gazers' eyes is the quantity of people
whose occupation it is. not to have any. Tli-3
number of Blind Bartlmeuses whom oue en
counters between Fourth street and the K y
slon Fields, becomes aHuatter of perplexity to
keep account of. Oue nilut think that sotnn
private blind asylum had broiien loose, and
that the recreant pupils bad each ambitiously
adopted beggary as a profession. Within ten
minutes walk I counted six blind men, one
blind woman, and two blind boys. Homeboie
a placard on which was inscribed, 'I am blind
and deaf," and If they were dumb, too, har
mony would bavo been saved a good many out
rants upou its ear. One or two held tin cuiw
with nothing in 'em (lite Sir Charles Ujld
Stream's Vesuvius) and some presented
bats whose capacity was equally tested.
AU spoke in tho same whining
lugubilous key "Pul-lease help a bl-lolul
man," abd a more dirty and villainous-louttlm
set I never saw. Compnsston and charity apart,
the presence of tbtse objects renders a Jaunt to
tbe Eiytlau Fluids anyihlng but elyslan. The
Fields reached, a collection of rude tables witu
broken legs, and benches with broken baoks 1
seen. Oysters are sold six for twenty cents
which are very excellent for those that Ilk
them and Ice-cream at ten cents a sauoer, his
an equally cordial mei 1'. Such faces as are to
be seen! Such effete an J lackadaisical lathers;
Such bloated and over-hubb'lug mothers! Oim
oi thehe specimens gave her doj drink out oi
her own lager-beer glass and fed him with Ice
cream from her own saucer. Tue scene is kapl
up until midnight. It was late when I came
away, and as I was paying my money at the
ferry the last words that fell on my ear wwro,
"Pul- lease help a poor bl-lolnd mau," and as I
looked back the last ot'Jjct my eyes fell on was
one of the identical iidnlmeuaei of the LClyslau
Fields, A i.i Haiia.
Cincinnati complains of the flreoriuker
nuisance, and cans upon the Miyor to abate it
Robs county, Ohio, produced last yar
207.S35 bushela of wheat, aud 2,151,825
Imshels of corn.
Tbe editorial convention of New Hamp
shire will be held on the 20tl) of July t Utt
JkRcli on the I3W pf SUoaiSi
D USINESSN0T1 CE3.
Alpaca and Drapd'Ete Back Coata.
Black and Fancy Colors Cloth Back Coats, Iljht
mock and Fancy Colon Cloth Chesterfields, light
Linen and Dnck Back Coats, whits and colored.
Olotb, Casslmeres, lirap d'Kte and Linen Vesta.
Cassinieres and Linen Pants, large assortment.
Kvery variety of Clothing, salted to the season.
Men's, Youths', Boys', at d Children's, new, fresh, and
fashionable, replenished dally, and selling rapidly,
at prices guaranteed lower than ihe lowest elsewhere,
and foil satls'actlon guaranteed every purchaser, or
the sale cancelled and mjney refunded.
Half way between " Bbnnktt & Co.,
tytAanrt V Towkr Hall,
auth streets.) No. 618 Mark kt St.,
Phil, a dui.phia,
and No. eoe Broadway, Nkw Yobk,
BRCT7BK flRAI.Tir IN AnvANCK. It IS BS difficult tO
extinguish a raging fever as a raging lire; but yoii
can prevent a conflagration by tendering your dwell
ing fire-proel, and you can prevent an attack of fever
by InvlKoratlng and purifying your houre of clay,"
Tbe "outside procure" upon the constitution and
the vital powers at this season Is tremendous. Every
pore of the millions which cover tbe surface of tho
body Is a drain upon Its substauca and Its strength.
To meet this depletion, to keep up the stamina under
bucIi a constant outflow of dissolving Mesh, a tonlo
and luvlgorant Is absolutely necessary, and time
tbat tries all talngs, has proved tbat Hostetter's
btoniach Bitters Imparls, a dtgree of strength and
resistant power to tbo over taxed vital forcoi, which
is tiuuttnluub.e by any other known ; means. Tbe
i-lltct oi tins inestimable vegetablo preparation la to
lucrenso the appetite, accelerate digestion, tone the
l ecretlve organs, give firmness to the nerves, purify
the blood, cheer tbe spirits, and, by thus rallying all
tbe forces of the body, enable it to defy the enervat
ing Influence of tho heat, and pass triumphantly
through the trying ord'&l of the summer months As
a safeguard nguiust epidemics, and a preventive of
the feebleness, lnssltude, and prostration of which
so many thousands comp'aln at this season, It has a
national reputation, founded on twenty-five years ol
uninterrupted and unequalled success.
Jamaica Ginger. The snmraer is upon us wl'.h al
Its heat, and with It have come la full array the
cholera morbus, colic, diarrlm-a, and other Ills Inci
dent to tbe season. Those, too, who are exposed to
tbe night air at this time ot the year, cold or damp
ness, or the malaria which produces cblllsand dysen
tery, are lu danger of Incurring disorders not less
terrible In their result?, and to all these we commend
Ilvllowuy's Concentrated Essence of Jamaica Olugr,
a remedy which we can most conscientiously recom
mend from having witnessed its beneficial results In
many cases. This special preparation of Ilolloway'a
Is, however, pecul'ar lu being perfectly pare, and
iree irom any admixture of Cayenue pepper or any
1 tbtr admixture, and possessing all the carminative
and diffusively Ntlmula.lng properties which cous'.l
tule tbe real merit of Jamaica Ulnyer. and are fjunrt
tu a great extent In It alone. We call attention to
the assertion thtahlf teaspoonful of Hollo way '9
dinger Is stronger and more effective thin a fulltea
sj,oon!ul of any other In tbe market. It is prepared
br Johnston, Holloway & Cowden, No. C02 Arch
street, l'hila deipbla.
Gettysburg Katalvhinh Watkb. This remarir.
able water becomes a great favorite wherever It Is
used In ihe treatment of Dyspepsia, Rheumatism,
Gout, Gravel, Kidn.y, and Urinary diseases, and a
fair trial according to directions always secures the
hut plest eflecis.
Borne of the most wonderful cures are reported by
Invalids and physicians, and printed sta'emouta can
be obtained at any oi the druggists' 8 ores where tbe
water Is lor sale.
It is Only Nkckssaky to give Sheer's "Standard
Vv Ine Bittern" a fair and judicious trial to be fully
convinced that tbey are superior to any other oflered
to the public, or to the medical profession, as a
remedy for debility arising from tbe Inactivity of the
different fuicllons of tbe system. Their base Is his
Wli.e, combined with the bitter principle of the best
tonics (herbs and roots) known to practical chemists.
Bee his advertisement in another coluin, or his cir
culars at the principal Prng Stores.
Tine Wkathkb Is in everybody's mouth, so to
t-ptak, and that is the reason everybody la so dry.
There was a time when war and lis rumors divided
tbe attention with tne weather at this seasou or the
ear, but we are thank 'ul that thul Is pAot, and tbat
the chief thing that divides the public mind wiih the
licat is the cool Bummer Ciotblug add al Charles
Blokes A C'o.'i", under the Continental.
Jkwklry. Mr. William W. Cassldy, No. 12 South
Second street, has tbe largest and most attractive
assortment of unu Jewelry and silverware in the city.
Purchasers can rely upon obtaining a real, pure arti
cle lurulshed at a price which cunot be euallod
lie also bus a large stock oi American watches lu all
varieties aLd at all prices. A visit to his store is sure
to rtsuii in pleasure and profit.
AlThNu to the First Bymptums of Consumption,
and check the disease la Its Inclpleney, by using
Jayue's Expectorant, a saf remedy for all affect ons
of the Lunns und Bioncbla. Bold everywhere
Fiss Custom Madk Boots and; Shoes for Gen
tic-men, Earl.eit, No 83 fcou.h felxth sired, abjve
N K wsva r K us Periodicals, Fasblon Plates, and
Mgiiuet, boib English und American may be had
as boou as publish d of John Tienwltb, in a gram
news tiger t. Ills unierprlss aad energy hve s,ou
or him an vxieuslve patron-ge, which uecoutiu.iMs
1. sniihly by lurt railing uie. New York paperi -ev ral
In. urs t-krlier ttaau tbey can bo obtatued by tbe rsu
iur uiHils uud by selling tbe periodical a d m u
.mes oitbe lowest poislb'e prices Those delimit
IbvlaUst liilellUence should vUlt TieuwilU a ia
iiu.poilu.ii, at No. 117 M Third street.
IUU BTOCK OK bPRINO ILlTHINO M llrriiUlly l)tC
coy'i btx I, l'tttjile. wut 110! believe
it until liny nmie mid examine.
WaNAWAKKK .V llll'iWN,
The Lunimt Clvtlitny Jlume,
' (JAK 11 am. "
17ie Vtirnrr o .Si.iYi emit Market stra ti.
Ovu Boys' and Youths' Buith for Ifrem or School
re the cluaiitut, preltiext inl bt&.
Wanamakicr & Biiown,
the Larutst Cl' thiny JIuuse,
' Oak Ham.,"
The crrntr o( Sixth wul Market ttrettt.
OUB Ci'fTOii Hkpabtmbut is the Itirpi stand bat in
J-hitiuU tplitu. Jins hiimtre.Ut of liujorLiU
styles of uojds.
Ttie LwiitU Clothing Jluiue
The corner of Sixth and Market streets.
Oua CruTOM Cuttkrs are men of taste ami ability,
Wanamakur & Bhown,
The Laru'st Vlothbty Huuse,
The corner of Sixth aim Market street.
Ova Pricks are 25 per rent below other houses pro.
durmp samt floods.
Wan am ak h B A Hkown,
Tlie Lariirst tV'thino Jlouse,
The rorwr of Sixth and Market streets.
HABltlS-KIHUBKH.-Oii tho 4h of June, ISO, by
Ihe lte".(ieortteOrtii,(lttK(JK VV. ilAHKidtl) Mrs.
MAUI A till AUBKH, .11 oi IhU city.
ML LVOKI' MAKIi Kit. On tbe 4th Instant, by the
He, i. P Mftxden, WILLI AM K. MULKOKI), of
Delaware county. Pa., and LIZZ1K A. MAUK.fc.it, of
CLARK. On the 6th Instant, HI RAM CLAEK,
fct y. ' (J tt" y ft f
'1 lie reUnves and friends, Employes of Nestle A
I ( vy's Works. Hid Kuidnoeri, are r aiiHOKully luvlieU
1'iaiu nd his funeral. Irom h's late rasldmice, haok ur
No. tJti H. Front s'reet, on Thursday afternoon at S
o'clock Interment Rt Evergroeu (!eiueTy, N. J.
COlKKr.Uu tne nth msiaul, HEHllKttr, lufaut
son ot WIIMaiu W. ami Juih V. Co kei.
I linera! Irnin I he rwnlence ol is. K. ilox'e No S'llH
( lienuiii h' rcn, ou l lmrsduy luurnlng, tut 9lh luslaul.
kt lu o'clock. ii
, IttiiAiS.-rUu iUt giUiutiauti M bucUpuPi Ji
Mrs. CATHARINE nEftM1. relict of the late
Jm-eh k ' rPd M years aad I months,
Tbi. r.la,',v n1 friends are respeeiftilly Invited to
attend br t""eral. from tbe rmlflenr of berdAugh
er. Mrs. W. B (4fyr No. rm Lorobard street, on
Thursday morning "J"1' 9 at 10 o'clock,
HUOHm-On tb.'' 6tl Instant, Kj. MATTHKW
II UGH KB, atred B2 yeai .
The rein-We and frlerds of the family are reint
fnlly invited to attend his ''ueral, on Tburiday after
noon at 1 o'ntnek, from his 'ate rnelrience, Ifolmes
burg. To proceed to Cedar Hlli Cemetery.
MAOt'IRR At his residence, on the 7th Instant,
IIO ft RUT'. MAGUIRK.
Tbe relatives of the family and his ma'e friends are
reepeci fully Invited to attend th funeml.from his laie
residence. No. 6"2 8. Klevpnih street, Jx Jfnday, the
loth iDsiant, at 4 o'clock P. M.
BOHOKRH. On the flth InsUnt, Mr. JAMES B.
BOHGKHB, aged 44 years
The relatives and frteuda are respect rally In-vlted to
attend bis funeral, from his late renMnnce, No. Sl.t H.
1 levenib street, ou Thursday at S o'clock, without
ROARm-On the 6th Inst., M ITfHKW B0OER3,
Bged II years.
The relatives and friends are Invited to attend the
funeral from the renldence of bis brother, No, iOU
Boutb rtrert, on Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock.
BHPRIDAN. On the Oth instant, of apoplexy,
JAMftt K. HHKKIPAN, In the 8Hth year of his a?e.
The relatives and friends of the family are respect
fully Invited to attend tbe funeral, from bis late resl
dnce. No. RUIH. Fourth street, below Ctharlne, on
Ihursday morning at a o'clock. Interment at tbe
THKA NOR. On Ihe 6th Instant, MICHAEL
TKKA NOR, Bged t6 years,
The mends ol the n-iuiiy are respectfully Invited o
attend the funeral, from his late residence, No. 8iS
Keed street, on Tnursday oiornlng, the 9th Instant, at
WAONKR.-O0 the oth Instant. Mrs. MA.RO 4.B.KT
WjoONKH, wife of John W. Wagner.
The relatives and friends of the family are respect,
fully Invited to attend her funeral, from her late resi
dence, at Morgan's corner, De'a vare county. Pa., on
ThutMlHV morning, the Vth Instant, Leave tbe house
at V o'clock.
ZANE. On the St h Instant. Mm. BAR TI, widow of
the late bliueon Zaue, and daughter of the la'e Jacob
The relatives and friends of tbe family are respect
fully Invited to a' lend the funeral, from her late resi
dence, No. K2.1 Ogrten street, on Thurnday morning at
lo o'clock. Bervlccs at Fir.it Presbyterian Church, N.
L., at 11 o'clock- A. M.
Life Insurance Company,
S. E. Corner Fourth and Walnut Streets.
JH77iis In&tiliUion has no tntperiorin the Untied
H O L L O WAY'S
A ri'KE FSSLSCE 01' THE TUUE
Free Irom Cayeace Per vi or any other admlxtuie
All the (nriniiiiilive and dilTiisively stimu
Which are so potent in the Jamaica Ginger 1,1 mo,
and whlcb are so eUlcacl .us in all cascs ot Chills tr m
Kxposure to Cold or Diupnesj, Colic Cholera Mor
bus, J larruflea, etc.
OB8EKVA hall tcaspoonfut of Holloway's Glu.
gerls stronger and mere eirtcilve than a full te
spionlul ut any other lu the market.
JCKK&TaN, KOLLCWAY & COWDEfJ,
So. C02 A15CH STliEET,
SHOCKIAU ACC1UEM1 ON THE EOUltTH.
Old Mr. Tank was fixing his gun, with a
view to Laving it make some patriotic demon
strations of noise. He pointed tbe weapon to
wards himself, and Mrs. Punk somehow or
other got the idea that it might go oil' and hit
him. So ehe pleasantly remarked in her
blandest tones: "There now, you old fool, it
you are goiDg to shoot yourself, just make a
clean shoot of it, and don't mangle yourself
for me to be bothered with taking care of."
The unfortunate I'unk's gun didn't happen
to go off, and he didn't get shot, aud Mrs.
Funk didn't have the trouble of nursing his
mangled remains, but he still lives, to buy
elegant, cheap, and durable garments, suitable
for Bummer Wear, at the Great
BROWN STONE CLOTHING HALL
nOCKHILL & WILSON,
os. COS and C05 CliESMT STKLET,
4 11 snup PHIL. D tC LP II 1 A.
p ft A U 11 C 11 A N E L L O,
No. 921 C1IESXUT STREET,
(PKNN MCTUAL BUILDINGM),
HAV1KO KKCUltKD THE KKKVICKS OF Til
FOLLOWING KSIIMiNT AltTLSTsJ,
JOSEPH TACKEY, on Coats,
EliNEST L. MUELLElf, on Pauls and
KNTIBK SATISFACTION AH TO BTYLIC AND
KIT IS FULLY OUAIIAN I'KIOD,
hUlTri MADK TO OHDKll IN TW1SNTT-FO0B
UOUltS' KOITCK. 818 3ia
CAPE MAY STEAMER.
iff;'! l'1 K CAPE MA V.
&SSttiir On TUU.SDAYB. THOB'sUAYS, aud
HA I UllllAYB.
The tideiicud newstcaoer LA DY OF THE LAKE,
CaiiiMlu 1ISWKAM, leaving I'ir lit uoive Vuie
an eet, every Tuesiluy, '1 tiuivday. udA Haturday at M15
A. Til., ai d reiurniHK iroui Cae May ou Alouday,
Wetixehdny, anil i i uli y,
FA t K fvii. kiiO mil uk Carriage Hire.
Hervai ln.l ' "
Children .. f 6. " "
heaHu.i 'llcketa, lo. Carriase Hire extra.
The l.vily of Hie Luku In a Ha- H'4-ho.il, n n bwl
hou.e hiuir-roiui ucenii.mi dt.' lima, ainl la 111 led ll
witn v-iytliibg nectKOuty lur lb" salety Hurt c uiljrt
i,l lu btiigeia, H H. HUitlilil.L
C,nice-No. S8 N. DKLAV.'AKK Avenue. soif
HATS AND CAPS.
JONICS. TKliri.E & CO.,
V A B 11 I u N A K L It A 1' TK1U,
No 25 n. NINTH t- ir.-el
Flrat door above Olietnui atreet. 4 V
SWARDUHTON'S IMl'ROVKD VKATl
latel,i'U(l eai-y-llttiiig Uiviw Hum ( imtoul. 0). In
ail tbe lujiiiivtl luliioua of tbx euduu. CI1K4
" V'i btrwt, uei Xwi to tua Vgal OOK'. U IJ lu
r IIILADEITIIIA AND NEW I0RK,
7-30s converted into 5-20s
STOOiS AND GOLD
liought and Sold ou Commission.
Sovereigns, Nnpoleons, and nil Foreign
Gold and Silver Bought and Solil.
Collections made with prompt returns.
Agents for the Union and Central raciflc
Eailroud First Mortgage Bonds.
S3UTIF, RANDOLPH & CO.,
No. IG South THIRD Street,
FIRST MORTGAGE BONDS
The Union Pacific Railroad Co,,
Central Pacific Railroad Co,,
Faitl at the Banking Bouse of
WEI. PAINTER & 00.,
No. 3G 8. THIRD Street,
Who have theTacilic Bonds on hand for
New Descriptive Pamphlets, with Map,
furnished without charge, on application.
MORTGAGE BONDS, DUE IN 1893.
With Interest at Six Per Cent., Payable on
the First Day of June and Decem
ber of each year,
F11EE FROM STATE AM) UNITED
Tbese Bonds are secured by mortgage on the fol
lowing Bui. reads belonging to tbls Company, namely,
ibe niio linelroin PbUipaburg.New Jersey, tbroab
Manrh Cbnnlc to Wllkesborre, Pennsylvania, 101
allien: tbe Buaver Meadow branch, la miles, aad tbe
LeLIgb and Mabanoy braucb. J uiliej, uiaklug a
total of 1G1 ttlles of road, including 73 miles double
track, equal, with sidings, to 309 miles of single track,
together with all lauds, bridges, work-shops, ma
chinery, depots, euglue bounes, and buildings tbere
unto belonging, ard all rolling stoclt, tools, imple
ments, and materials btlouglug to tuls Coaapauy, lu
lire on tbe said Batlruads.
TL is mortgage Is a first lien on all or the above
Roads, except 4R mlUs, from Kaaton to Maach Chunk,
bnwklchlt Is preceded by a aiorlge far ll.son.uuu
dur. in 1873, the Bruds of wbltth ar- exchanging, as
ant as pieseuied, for tbe present Issues; tbote not
presented until maturity are tu be pa'a out of tbe pre
sent loan, making it a lint mortgage ou the above
$1,000,000 OF 1IIESE BOXDS,
Either Coupon or Heglstored,
Are offered at ninety-live per centum, wiih Interest
Irom the day of aa'e. free Irom State and TJuned
CHARLES C. LONUSTRETH, Treasurer,
OllU'e of the Lehigh Va ln- Kallroal 0-,mpan,
7 1 I m No. 3011 WALNUT rt:ret. Pui'adolDbl.
BE HAVEN & ERO.,
No. 40 SOUTH THIRD ST.
e 22 lm
gEYEN PER CENT. S10UTUAUE BONDS
Of he Tennitylvaula ard New York Caual and
Italiroud Company, Guaranteed, Principal
and Interest, by the
tehigh Vallev RailroadCompanVi
For Sale at tfu, and Interest from June 1.
C. & H. BORIE,
NO. 8 MfcKCII ANT8' KKCUiNflE.
BO WEN & FOX,
UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD
FIRST MOUTGAGE BONDS
And Acoruod fntorost.
CENTRAL PACIFIC RAILROAD
FIRST MORTGAGE BONDS
And Accrued Interest.
Bonds on haud for immediate delivery.
Full Reports, Maps, Etc., furnished upon
De Haven & Buo.,
No. 40 SOUTH THIRD STREET,
Nos. 112 and lit South THIRD Street,
Dealers in all Government Securities.
Old 5-208 Wanted in Exchange for New.
A Liberal Diil'crenec allowed.
Compound Interest Notes Wanted.
Interest Allowed on Deposits.
COLLECTIONS MADE. STOCKS bought and sold
Special bntlnesi accjcamodatlons reserved for
ladles. 7 3 3m
QLENDI N N I NQ & DAVIS.
MO. 48 SOUTH T1IIBD BTBEBT;
Stock and Gold Brokers
QUOTATIONS OF NEW YORK STOCKS
AL WA YS OS HAND. Ill if
tt. OLgNDIlCNIMB, TU. IOHW H. DAVIS
QITY OF riTTSBURGr WATER WORK
SEVEN PER CENT. BONDS,
FOK SALE BY
Mo. 105 South THIRD Street,
yHE SAFE DEPOSIT CO.
yor Batfa Ke.plisn of Valuables, S.aitrl.
tiist, aad UitlaK of afa.
N. B. Browne, I J. Olllinkbam Fell, I Alex. Hnnrr
U H. Clarke, O. Wacal sier, IS. A. Oa I dwell
Jobn Welbb, IK. W. O ark. I Ueo. F. Tyler
OFFICE, NO. 421 tUEHSCT NTRERT.
M. b. BltOWNK, Presidunk
C, H. CLARK, Vice-President,
B. PATTJtKHON . Kac and Traasarac. 115 wfiiil
PREI11SES, Ko. CI1ESAUT St.,
FOR 8T0r.I Oil OFFfCK.
ALSO, OFFICES AND oAfiGE UOOM suitable
for a Commercial Uo 1 a i at
8Mtf BA-nK THKBKPUBLIO.
STFCK o: CO.'S, AND HAINES
K i ilBRli'lHhllS' PlAPiDM n,l kuiw j.
UAMLIN'S CABLNIr OHI1ANH,
i. K. GOCLD'8 New siore,
17 8m Ko. 92A til Ket.N VT airvfX
fffiffi ALI5RECHT, RIEKE3 & SCHMIDT,
MANCKAf TUBKBB Of
Full guarantee, and nuderaie prices.
Warornoiu., Ko. CIO AKCII Street,
POINT BREEZE PARK RACES.
I'OINT brekz: p.vrk,
KKIUaY. July 10. l'UKSli
ANu SiAKE suo. MlietiMALH
lu live. Uood day aud
J. I.OVR.TT enters (r K flKS TROMAR.
F WAdNEIteuterss ir. FKANK W'AUNER.
WNKH enters s k. HA I. it V.
fiivllc;a ot members lulruduoing a male friend
Suspended. 7 7 3.
QUEEN OF ENGLAND SOAP
till KEN OF EiVULANI) M)AP.
Ql'KKN OF ENHLAN1) SOAP.
For doli'K a family wanblug tu tne neat and cheap.
fH ninnnir. UuarHiileed iquai lo any in the w, rid!
Has all ibe ttienuth ot Uieolil rosin aoap wltb tbe
in I Id and latin ring (pull'mi ot creniilue Castile. Tr?
tbls f-pleudul Hott). S ibil BY Til W
ALUiLN CHEMICAL H'U1!K, NO. 43 NOHTH
IKOM'HT. FIJ1LADELP1IIA. 0W3aitr
MUSICIANS WANTED FU UNITKI)
Hlla leBluienio binds: aWu Hold mnilclaiis
Ai'i'ly at United tales itttruillnis Kuudetvous, No',
til' 3. 1 W5t A. (jUtifli ' t 3t 7 lio H
6 60 MILES
a 1 flntahM 4 In M-tiva operation. Oaa ban-:
ared and twenty miles b.e been billt la tb lau
tbreemontbs. Mora tb an tw enty tb.snd m.a ar
employed, and tbU averag, ,r forty miles per mourt
will ba continued tbroughon tha season, m ' uf
NINK HUNDRED COMPLIV'ED MILK- b laa.
nary Land tt la now probablt tbat m, E4,UH
OHAND LINK TO THK PACI. IC WtLL B .OfBK
FOK BUflNESS IN 1801.
No other brst-olasa railroad In a he world ha, b-ea
built and equipped so rspidly aa t he Union Paolflo
wblob runs west from Omaha
ACROSS THE C0TLVEiT.
The United Btaw Qovernm'tnt maka I of this ran
road a GREAT NATIOXAr. Wnuir un .i. t..
construction by very liberal grant, of n oney and af
""" 'oiurinerinsore ibe speedy cam pi At ion of
tbe Road, tbe Company are antbarlBeil u Issue Lhmp
1TRST MORTGAGE B05Di
Having thirty fears to run. and having lnti est coa-
'"" i'ui-j aviui-Knnuaity av me ra'aar aix pet
ctnt. In gold. Tha Drlnclnal. aa wail sm tnii,i.t i.
PAYABLE L GOLD.
The Mortgage Bonds of nearly all other rallrra4a
In tbls country, are Payable. Drlnotnal and im.n.t. in
currency, and It is asserted, without fear of coutaa
diction, tbat no othor railroad company In tbe worW
building so great an extent of road, Issue boo da or
equal value wltb tbe First Mortun.o Hnnrt. nn
frred for sale by the Union Pacific Kailroad Co,
Tbe price of tbese Bends Is now !. aad aocraed
Interest from July I. in currency. The Camn
lltve that at this price their Bonds are the
Safcbt aud most rroRlable Lnyestaiient
In the market, and tbey confidently expect tbat tbey
win snoruy command a higher premium than any
The Company reserve the right to advance tha
price at any time, and will not fill any orders or reoelvtj
any subscriptions on which the money has not been,
actually paid at tho Company', olllce before tha Uma
ot auch advance.
Subscriptions wilt be received In Philadelphia by
DE HAVEN & BROTHER,
No, 40 a THIRD Street,
W. PAINTER & CO.,
No. 86 S. THIRD Street,
AND IN NEW YORK
AT TUB COMPANY OFFICK,
No. 20 NASSAU Street,
JOilBf J. CISCO A NOV, U A KHEK.it,
No. 59 WALL Street,
And by tbe Company's advertised Agents throughout
the United States,
Remittances should be made In drafts or other
funds par In New York, and the bonds will be sent
free of charge by return express. Parties subscrib
ing tbrouch local agents will look to them for their
A PAMPHLET AND MAP FOB 1868 has Just been
published by the Company, giving fuller Information
than Is possible In an advertisement, respecting tha
Progress of the Work, the Resources of tbe Country
traversed by the Road, the Means for Construction,
and the Valne or the BobCs, whloh will be sent frea
on application at the Company 'a offices or to any oc
tbe advertised. Acenta,
JOHN J. CISCO, TBEASVREB,
July 2. 1868. SlfmwUl New York.1
H. & A. C. VAN BEIL,
No. I3IO CHESMUT Street,
6 IS fmw8mrp PHILADELPHIA.
pUOH BARD0U & SON, TARIS.
JAMES E. CALDWELL & CO.,
No. 002 CHESNUT Street,
Have Juat Upeed a Large Iavolca of
Including every variety of
YAM ABLE AND NIGHT LENSES.
Tonrlst Glasspa anq T'olcsoois.
andP,m'bd itc,",or' Th,e Cutlery Oronr.4