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From our own Corresjwtdcnt.
New York, July 8, 1803.
A Day at tbe Tomb.
It has been remarked, with more wit than
trutH. that Justice Dowllng. of the Tombs, Is
,b Judge Jeffreys of the New York Pol toe
Courts. If tbls merely means that be often ba
a load, beolorlnp, brow-beating manner, and
tbat he knows bow to pronounce tbose dreadful
wo' id, "up for six month," In nina a tone ai
t jnd cold chlll clown the backs of candidates
; I) ackwoli's, there Is some foundation for
the parallel. But If It means tbat be carries no
heart beneath bis rugged manner, that he
never sympathizes with those whom
be sentenoes, that bo Is Incapable of
a generous and disinterested act to
wards sin-soaked wretches who hare been be
fore him attain and ajln, uolhin i can be fur
ther from the truth. In the sententious ver
nacular of the day. he understands bis "biz."
Ho can tell pretty accurately, at a gltnca.
Whether the defend net Is an impudent crimi
nal who bas made u p his mind to brazen it out;
or whether be Is a charming rascal.so ingeulom
and new to the thing, tbat one longs to forgive
him; or whether he Is a Keutleman who, having
tbe misfortune to get a little "how-come-yau-ao"
last night, has fallen Into the hands of
aoounJrels who are determined to "beat" him.
At any rale he Is a being on whom the RtveU,
If they knew him, might confer the title of one
of their pantomimes, and style the "Black:
Haven of the Tombs," for he creates a puulo
amongst all the wicked, and he does It all for
the geueral good.
Tbe early riser If there are any early risers
here, which I very much doubt; at least they
are restrloted to policemen, bonne-maids, news
boys, hotel wallers, oar conductors and drivers,
and tbat Interesting clans of proletarians who
go about with rag-pickers' band-carts, lo wbioti
are harnessed braces of mastiffs with cow balls
attacked the early riser, strolling In the vici
nity of the Tombs, a lew mlnntes before 0 A. M ,
will have often noticed a gang of men and
women. In different quantities and qualities of
eostume, wending their way along Centre
and Leonard and Kim and Franklin streets,
headed and flanked by a posse of policemen.
This squad, which may be considered as an
Infinitely mild diluent of tbat horrible
slave-gang which Victor Hugo describes
In buoq fine agony of language
In "Lea Mlsorables," Is Invariably to be seen at
this hour. It Is the debris of the last night's
debauch. The aroma of the station-houses, and
of other houses worse yet, bangs around them
all. They are all being hurtled along like a
flock of black sheep into the high and mignty
presence of the Tombs Justice of the peace.
"Crunk and disorderly," as will be seen by toe
police returns later In the day, are supposed to
be written on the face of each of this shambling
crew. Tbat woman, who has done things sucu
as were never written or printed In any book,
Whose eyes have the burning glare of molten
lead, and whose cheeks long ago lost their
lingering capacity for a blush, Is tramping Bide
by side with a bonny-f iced you'h of seven
teen, whose eyes are all a dew, and who
don't know whether to cry or brave out. This
lady-like looking gi-rl of sixteen must have an
extremely resilient temperament, for her eye Is
aa clear as the blue in the sky, and her cheeks
as fresh as flowers. She Is not one of the lost
yet, either, for she has found means to wash
her face and re-arrange her battered bonnet,
and no one would ever htippo(-e sbe bad already
served ber time at Black well's, "Hello ! Kate
yon up again," says tue representative of the
Justice, when his eyeligblsoa her. "Now, I'll
let you off this once, mind; but the next time
you're brought hire. I'll send you up for six
months. Go." And Kate smiles at tbeuMjes
tlo representative of the law (who happens to
be young and not ill-looking) at bewitcbingly
as sbe knows bow, and manages to create a
eenvallon among the newsboy portion of the
ondlence as she goes out. The court-room is
dark and low; thesuu bas not yet penetrated
tbe caverns of gloom so raped out by the Kiyp.
tlan pillars and porticoes that lead up to 11.
The audience is very meagre, principally con
fined to newsboys, and friends who have come
to bail the better class of prisoners out. Fathers
are there peering after Absalooas who drink too
fnucb; mothers, ready to fall upon their knees
before "yer honor," If you'll only let him oir
this once, "plalze, yer hor-or." ills honor takes
It all very coolly. "What! Fan, you herd!" he
exclaims, running his eyes over a short, stout,
good-looking woman of twenty witu very
white neck too much exposed. "What have
yon been doing now.1" Fan says
nothing, but leans her head on her hands
agaiubt bis Honor's desk, and sliafeos from
bead to foot, with a sort of hysteiioal sileut
laughter. One or twice the raises her head and
commences, "Yer honor," then as quickly
hides it again, and shakes all over from bead to
foot as before. "Ullicer, lake this woman
away," says his honor, nt lust. Tacu such a
scene ensues as I will not pretend l sty Is
strictly confined to tho Tombs Police Court.
I should say it Is more ufteuer seeu ibere than
el tew here. The olliccr laps her on tbe sboul
der, and motions her to move ou. Hue loo lis
first at blm, and then at ihej aslice, lu a snip. it
kind of dtspair, and Hie next instant has left
the marks of ber nails iu the policeman's face.
Another policeman comes to the roscuo, aad
they both put their arms around her waist
and attempt to drag her away. H-jr yells echo
through the Court-room as if they would split
IheKgypllan pillars outside. "My baby! my
baby I my baby I" she shrieks. "I want my
babi; I will have my baby. My b.i-a-a-by! I
say. Oh, you wretcb, you scoundrel, you beast,
you scarawag, you!" sbe c mtinues shaking her
fist at the unconcerned jude. Aud so the door
closes, and the rest of the cases are proceeded
with. "What, Harry! you here agaiu," says
his Honor to a dauhtn j-looklu youug fellow ot
four-and-twenty. "Yes, Judge," says the youug
fellow. "J ust wait a minute till I take oil' my
boot. I knew I'd be hero this morning so I put
a ten-dollar note there lust uij:ut." And divest
ing himself of one of his boots, Alclblades lakes
therefrom tbe sum named, which he passes up
to tbe Justice; and then his watch and pocket
book aud other valuables being handed to him
by a policeman with whom be seems on the
best terms, he goes off light-hearted and happy,
saying, "You won't see me here again uulll
next time. Judge," while less brilliant and less
. prudent debauchees ktuud looking after him
with mingled admiration and envy.
From six until eight la the morning Is ocon
pled In tbe examination of these drunk and
disorderly cases. The heavier ones come on
between leu and twelve and two and four. It
Is only during these four hours tbat reporters
care about being present. If there is any panu
liar feature among the common drunk and dis
orderly cases they can get them from the police
returns a; police-headquarters, Mulberry streot,
any hour before noou. 11 ft ween ten aud twelve
the Tombs' Court is tlootieu witu reporters for
the afternoon papers. Reporters for morning
papers 6eldom grace it until the afternoon, ob
taining the morning's reports either from tbe
afternoon papers, or from an lnvesllgttlou of
the morn leg's mlnvit" In the lntrNtieui.f wenu
twelve aad ttvo o'clock, or durlrjg any luirvu
THE DAILY EVENING TELEGIvlAPP PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, JULY 9. 36&
that may happen bet ween the bearing of cases
In the afternoon. The llcraUi, Indeed, always
hna a reporter there all the time; but then tbe
Htratd Is tbe only newspaper that keeps a
reporter stationed at each of the four potloe
courts, viz :-The Tombs, Essex Market, JefTdi
son Market, and Yorkville. At the Tombs,
aa Indeed at all the police courts,
be Herald, the Tribune, the Timet, the World,
the Icning Post, tbe Evening Erprett, and the
Commercial, generally obtain substantially the
Mint aocount of whatever has been transacted.
Tbe police reporters ot those respective pipers
foim a ring of themselves, and amicably assist
each other. I am sure tbe veteran reporter for
ite Herald at tbe Tombs is too well disposed
not to assist any one, although it Is the maxim
enforced by the Journal be represents It Is the
exiresscommaud of the ruthless J. O. It. him
selfthat no reporter or correspondent con
nected with the Herald Is to glveany asils anoe
to the reporter or correspondent or any oilier
newspaper, on pain of Instant dismissal. It Is
the representatives of the smaller papers who
are excluded from tbls ring, and who are often
obliged to travel a very hard road not to be
beaten, and et find themselves beaten at last
Tbe "ring" meets in a little roam of Us own
over the Coroner's office, and tnere exchanges
JU hind the Justice's desk, at the Tombs, Is a
door leading to a small private examination
room, where cases are Investigated which ar
o( too dark, or delicate, or indelloate a nature
to bear treatment In tbe general court room, or
which, having been deferred from time to lime,
have grown tedious with Ion; delay. Some
times wteks pass by without any case of more
than ordinary Interest transpiring either lu the
large court-room or the private examination-room
beyond. Then, every
crime that can be conceived of
under heaven puts In an appearance, and keeps
magistrate, and clerks, and reparters equally
busy. Yet much that Is painful may bi; seen at
a chance visit. Huch faces of sick mothers car
rying sick babies without the power to nourish
them. Such dreadful expressions of precocious
sin on the features of slrls and boys scarcely in
their teens! Such mournful plotures of servile
hypocrisy and hoary gloating over evil ojursos!
feuch repeated Indications that tbls world of
ours, In the boastful nineteenth century, is no
better, In Borne things, than lu the days of old,
when the Lord repented him of the evil, and
Bought lo purge bis new creation by floods of
water and showers of Are!
As you stand facing tho Justice's desk, there
Is a fence of twisted Iron on your left baud,
some twelve feet square. It Is furnished wltti
wooden benches without backs, aud on these
benches sit the men and women awaiting trial,
the sexes being separated by a twisted iron par
tition. This stronghold is frequently the scene
ol combat between prisoners, the women espe
cially seeming ulterly unable to withstand the
temptation to jeer at one another's tonsorial
arrangements, aud Anally to attempt the
mutual riemolKliment of water-falls.
Women with bound and bleeding heads
pleading with the Judge in behalf of the hus
bands who have thus misused thorn, are among
tbe most frequent petitioners at bis bar. Girls
who have been found by their parents at Im
proper bouses, and who seem utterly hardened
lo tbe exhibition ot paternal grldf, are also
among the most frequent visitors. But I think
the moht painful sight I ever saw there, was
the agony of a grey-haired father, whose son, a
Blngulatly prepossessing boy of scarcely seven
teen, bad been convicted of obtaining money
under false pretenses. To see that old man
with tears In his eyes pleading first
with tbe magistrate that the boy
might be discharged, aad then with reporters,
one after another, tbat the names might bo
suppretsed, was no less painful, In Its way,
than tbe brilliant disregard of tbe young scape
grace himself, who, with the wit and sclf-pos-session
of a scampof sixty, artfully represented
to the newspaper people that, after all, it was
only a matter ol rivalry between them, and
that sooner or later his innocence would be
tstabllshed, and their injustice shown up In
giving credence to his guilt! Tho picture of
tbat artless old man, and that artful boy, has
UHunted me from then till now, though I have
passed more than one day at the Tombs since.
Ali IJ aha.
B VS1NESS NOT! CES.
Ci.othino yoa Hot Wk.thbii. Every variety,
suited to the season for Meu, Youtb, li lys, actl
Children, new, fresh, and fashionable., replenished
dally, and selling rap'dly, at pi Ices nuarnntee'l lu all
castes lower than ibe lowest elsewhere, and roll sails,
taction guaranteed every purchaser, or the sale can
celled and money refunded.
Half way between
Bennett A Co.,
No. 618 Uakkkt St.,
AND NO. 600 BflOADWAY. ZiKW YoUK.
Tint Wkathbb Is In everybody's mouth, so to
speak, and that is the reason everybody Is so dry.
Tli ere was a time when war and lis rumors divided
the attention with tue weather at this season or the
j ear, bin we are thankful that that Is past, and that
the chief thloii tbat d'vldes tbe public mind wiiti the
heat is the cool Summer Clothing Slid at Charles
Mokes A Co.'p, under the Continental.
Jiwni.Ry.-Mr, William W, Cassldy, No. 12 South
Second street, has the largest and moBt attractive
asKortment of una Jewelry and silverware in the city.
Purchasers can rely upon obtaining a real, pure arti
cle lurulshed at a price which canuot be equalled
Me also bas a large stock ot American watches lu all
varieties and at ail prices. A visit t j bis store Is sura
to result in pleasure aud proa u
Finb Custom Ma dm Boots and; (Shoe's for Oen
tlemen. Bart. etc, Mo 113 bouih felxlb stred, ubove
Oaovua A Bakbb's Highest Premium Sewing
Machines, No. 730 Chesnut street,
Tbknwith lias all manner of Interesting Journals,
plct: rials, luuuy ii.trapliluis, magazines, eic, enough
to supply every cltmtu, grntl ir small, lu our cny.
lie has a knack, tco, ol furuixblug his pa'.rous wUh
11 e iew York papern before ibe mails ariwe. ihar i
tapenlaMy eoiumendable. His emporium, at No, 1)7
a. Third street, is completely stocked,
OUB Stock ok Bi'KINu I'luthins u ilreltUAiy tltr.
clu iij' and brat. J'eople will mil bitu ve
, it until they route ami examine,
Vv anauakkk lluov.'.v,
JYie Lurtiett Clottiny Joiue,
"OAK HI.I. "
Tli Curner of mxtU and Market atrcrll.
Oub Boys' and Youths' Hi'its for Th e'a or
ere ihr. ctuujiiat, prettiest and beat,
Wanamakkk A Bhown,'
Tlie Lartist CI' llihiu Jiuuse,
' Oak Hai.l,"
The coriuT of Hixlh. and Market streets.
Oub t'l'sms Pkpabthkkt ia the Utrprst and be si In
i'hiliuit Ipliia. Jlaa hundred of diJvreiU
alili a of i,nAls.
Wanamakkk te Buown,
The Lur'jeU clothing Jlouse
' Oak Hai.l,"
The eorner of bij th and Market streets,
Oua Custom Cuttkbs are men of taste and ahilllu,
Wanamakkk fc Bkown,
The Lara 'at llnlhlng Jiuute,
The corner of Sixth una Market itreets.
OUB 1'hicks are 25 per eent. belnui other housta pro
durinp xiine (.
WanauaK t u A liuoWN,
The harvest Clothing House,
The ctn ner of hixth and Market streets,
tPAItASOI.S AT $1, $1-25; LINKD, SI-MI,
U, i-Mik i-un L'uiliieliHH. ti, tl , and upwards
Ko. 21 u. AluiiTIl b'.rett. (T 1 Stu
MARRIED. . . u
MILI.HR MULl.II. On July , V, at . 'W
M. .. tii.iiirl., by tup Re. K. W. 'Humphriss. O,
M. W I LI.KR. formerly of NaanvlllP. Tenneiw.
HOIXIBH,, daughter of the late William U. Ma lib,
KTKPI1 ENS JOTt ANNTH. On the 17th of .T.1v.
ISA. hviheKnV F'hr.r H rooie, Mr. H A URY C
H'KPH KNB to Miss TUKKESA F. JOH ANN 1.1, all
of tbls city,
MAOTTtrtE. At his residence, on the 7th Instant,
IIORKRT V MAOUIRE.
The relatives of me family and his m' friends are
reai'pci fully Invled to attend thx funeral, from his I am
residence. No. fic2 M. K'evenih street, on Friday, mo
10th Instant, at 4 o'clock P, M.
KOBiriRON. On the 8th Instant, MARC 4.UKT,
wile ot James Robinson, aged 64 years.
1 he reianvea aud rrmodn ot the minlly ara resoect
fully Invited to attend tie funeral, from her husband's
residence. No. I2a H. Broa I a'reet on Ha iirrtay tnorn
Inr, tbe 11th Inatant. at 9 o'clock. To proceed to Wood
lands. TICK NOB. On the 7th Instant, at Mansyunk. after
a short hut Revere lllnmn, KOBKHT, son of Robert
and f-allle Tlcknnr. aiced 2 years.
The relative and mends ol the family are respect
fully Invited to attend the funeral, from the rest
fierce ol his r randino'lier. Marv Wood, corner of
J n. rson aud Ciessun s'.reets, en Bunday alternooa at
TORI N. On the 8th Instant, JAMES TOBIN.aged
ti,p relatives and friends of tho family are raspnet
fully Invited to attend I h funeral, from bis late renl
denrt, N. K. corner of Fifth and Pine Ureal, on Bun
day morning at 7H o'clock.
TMTM P. On Fonrtb-day afternoon, the tth Instant,
MARIA B. TKUa) P, in the72d year of her age.
Tbe relailve- and mends are Invited to attend the
fnnt ral, from the residence of ber son-in-law, Benja
min H. Huoemaker, Church lane, Uermantown, on
Herenth-day alter noon, the 1Kb Instant, at 4
Life Insurance Company,
S. E. Corner Fourth and Walnut Streets.
JH-TTiii Iixstitution hat no miperiorin the United
H O L L O WAY'S
A ri'KE J-SNExNCE OE THE TRUE
Free from Cayenne FepDr or an ither admixture,
All the Carminative and dill'usively stimu
Which a'e so potent In the JamMca Olngar al ue,
and which are so efflcackns in all cases ol Cmlls iron?
Kzposure to Cold or Dtmpoess, Colic Cho'era Mor
bus, I iarrbcea, etc.
OB8EKVE A half teaspoon Tul of Holloway's Qln
gens BtroDgfr and more effective than a full te ,
apuonful of any other iu the market.
JCHNSTCN, HOLLOWAY & COJDEN,
No. 0i AKCH STREET,
FLAGS, BANNERS, ETC.
FLAtiS, 1JAERS, TRAXSrAREM'IES,
Campaign Uadges, Medals, and Pins,
OF BOTH CANDIDATES.
Ten different styles sent on ri.ctlpt ol O.ieDillai
and Fllty tents.
Agents wanted everywhere.
Flags In Mnslm, Bunting, and Bilk, all sizes, whole
sale and reiall.
Political Clubs fitted out with everything they may
CALL ON OR ADDUK09
W. Fa SCHE2BLZ,
No. 49 SOUTH THIRD STREET,
1 18 Ifrp PHI LA DELPH LA.
Its wonderful Popularity Conclusive Proof
of its Great Merit.
The Increase In tbe demand fir this valuable
Machine has been TENFOLD during thx last a
muutba of its Urstyear before tne ubllu.
This grand aud surprlblug sucuess unprecedenied
In the history of Bewiog Machines, aud we eol ful.'y
warrauted In claiming tbat
IT HAW K EHl'AL,
Being absolutely tbe best
IN THE WORLD,
And Intrinsically the obeapest for It Is really two
Machines combined In one. to d at the
S. W. Cor. of ELEVENTH and CHESNUT,
PHILADELPHIA, f5 Htlituihti
RE F li I G E R A T U H S
AT SEVEN DOLLAHS A.SO UPWARD-s.
WA1EH OOOLERb, CLOTH t-S-W HI NUkH-s AND
WAbHKKS, and a general variety of HOUtJE-FU.lt-N1HULNU
B. A. WILDMAN & BRO.,
28 bn Ihnfln Depot. No. lull HPRf NH HARDE NMt
-VTOTK'E IS 11 E B KB V CJIVEN THAT TIIK
JJ linilud partnership liere'ofore existing hiwei u
the undciHl Mini uuiJer he uame or KM 1L bOlIALU,
la this day dissolved by mutual cunsmit.
1'hllada.. July 1, A. D. 1BD8. 7 lhft
HATS AND CAPS.
JONKS. TEMPI. B & CO.,
FAB HI ONAHLU HATTERS,
No. 26 h. NINTir Mlruut.
First door above Chesuut street.
If WARBURTON'S IMPROVED VEXTI
ijf lated.rnd easy-Httlng Dress 11 au (pateutxd). lu
t il the lnipiovci fc hious of the "P3on 'M
KDT batjet, nw ooor to (be fot Ofllce. U IV p
PHILADELPHIA AAD NEW YORK,
7-30s converted into 15-20M
STCCIiS AND GOLD
Ilonglit and Sold on Commission.
SoTorcfpns, 'apoloons, and all FortTa
liold and Silver Kought and Sold.
Collections made with prompt returns.
Agents Tor the Union and Central Pacific
I'ailroad First Mortgage Bonds.
SMITH, RANDOLPH & CO.,
Tio. 16 South THIRD Stroot,
Q O U P O N 8
FIRST MORTGAGE BONDS
The Union Pacific Railroad Co.,
Central Pacific Railroad Co,,
Paid at the Hanking House or
WM. PAINTER & CO.,
No. 36 S. THIRD Street, '
Who have the Pacific lioiids on hand lor
Hew Peseriptive Pamphlets, with Map,
furnished without charge, ou application.
31011TCUGE H0XDS, DUE IN 1898.
With Interest at Six Per Cent., Pajable on
the First Day or June and Decern,
her of each year,
FllEE FK0M STATE AM) UNITED
Tbese Bonds are seen red by nmrteac9 on the fol
lowing Bai ri ads belontsluir to t -M Coiuiiany. namely,
ibe main litu Irom Phl)i)8buig,Ne Jersey, tbroagb
Mauth Cbuuk to Wlikesbarre, Po-imyivauU, tut
miles: tbe Beaver Meadow branch, 17,'i miles, and tbe
Lei Igb and Mabanoy branch. 12'. wiles, making a
total of Kit miles of road, lucludiiitj 78 miles double,
track, eqnal. with sidings, to 8uD miles ol single track,
together with all lai.ds, bridges, work-shops, ma
chinery, depots, eng'ne houses, aud buildings there
nuto belonging, and all rolliog stocir, tools, imnle
ments, and materials btlongldg to mis Uompauy,lu
ute on the said Hailroads.
Ti is mortgage Is a 11 rat lien on all of the above
Beads, except 46 mllfs, from aston to Mauch Chunk.
n which It Is preceded by a morgt;e f jr $l,50o,uoo
due In 1874, tbe Bonds of which art exchanging, as
.ust as presented, for tbe present Ibsnes; those not
prtsentcd unlit maturity are t be tft'a out of tbe pre
tient loan, making It a lirt mortgage ou tbe above
$1,000,000 OF 1HESE DO.NDS,
Either Coupon or Registered,
ire ctrered at ulnety flve per ceattim, with Interest
from tbe iluy of u e. free Irom -tate and United
( IIAE1.ES C. EOXWTEETH, Treasurer,
OU're of the Lehigh Valey Killroat l! tiiJ4u,
7 I lin No :t,iH Wai.NU I' S.rsei P.itiadelDltta.
BE HAVEN & BRO.,
No. 40 SOUTH THIRD ST.
6 ti lm
gEVEN PEll CUM. MOKTUAUE E0SDS
Of 'te Pennsylvania and New York Canal and
Itallruud Company, Ouuranteod, Principal
and Interest, by tbe
Lehigh Vallev FailroadCompanv.
For Sale at' 3 and Interest from June 1
C. & II. P.0KIE,
No. H MtllOII ANTS' KKCHANOK.
D0 EN & FOX,
m 10rp iSw, lit Hi UVUAHW 0ULK9Oi
UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD
F1KST M0HTGAOE BONDS
And Accrued Interest
FIllST MOIITGAOE BONDS
And Accrued Interest.
Ponds on hand Tor immediate delivery.
Full Reports, BlapH, Etc., furnished upon
De Haven & Buo.,
No. 10 SOUTH THIRD STREET,
Nos. 112 and lit South Till III) Street,
Dealers in all Uovernment Securities.
Old 5-20s Wanted in Exchange for New.
A Liberal Difference allowed.
Compound Interest Notes Wanted.
Interest Allowed on Deposits.
COLtKCTlONS MADE. STOCKS bought and sold
Special business accjmmodstlous reserved for
ladles. 7 3 3in
QLENDINNINQ & DA VI 8.
HO. 4S (UTH TniUD STUEET.
Ctock and Gold Brokers
QUOTATIONS OF NEW YORK STOCKS
AL WA YS OH HAND, I K tp
B. BTJIVPIWWIWa. JB. JO HI H. DAV
Q1TY OF PITTSBURG WATER WORK
SEVEN PER CENT. BONDS,
FOB 8 A LB BY
W HELEN BROTHERS,
do, 105 South THIRD Street.
-fHE SAFE DEPOSIT CO.
fox a fa KaeplBK of Valnablts, art.
tUl,ti aad UwattlaiK of Safaa.
N. B. Browne, J. Uilliagbam Fell,! Alex. Henry
C.H. Clarke, O. Macatettter, S. A. Caldwell
Jobn Welsh, K. W.O.ark, I Geo. F, Tyler
OFFICE, MO. 4 it 1 CHKSHtJT NTRKKT,
B. BKOWNK Prealdeuk
IX IU CLARK, Vice-President
R. PATTERSON. Bee and lraaaurab 115 wtuiJ
PliEJIISES, Xo. KCS) CHESS UT St.,
FOIt STOltK Olt OPFJCK.
ALttO, OFFICK3 AM) ti.ittK ROOM4 suitable
for aCommerclrtlOo iHi 01 j t
Ult Bt &JJBK RKeCBLIC.
dPZZ'm STKCK V CO.'S, ANL tl A I N E8
17 C 1 I IBRUlIIEKfi' PlAJMOts, MUd MA.OON A
kAMUM'lj CABXI4M' OKHAN8.
J. i&. (.HtULO'A Now Store,
11 8m No. 9ti UHmNDT bireel.
j ALLRECI1T, RIEKES k SCHMIDT,
Full gaarantee, aud modorate prices.
Warerooina, Ian. 610 AKCI1 gtr,
POINT BREEZE PARK RACES.
I'oINT BKEEZG P.ltK,
a. KKiiitv, .liny to. puksh:
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QUEEN OF ENGLAND 80AP
QUKEN OP KNULANI) HOAP,
QUKEN OF NULAN1) SOAP.
Fordolnitalamlly waHblog In tue neat and crteap
Mdihudit. OuarauleeU tgtial lo any in toe wtrld!
Una all Hie stremttb ol tbeold rosin aoap with tbe
nilldand latbtrlug qMallttes ol (renulue Castile. Ir?
thlsriilendid Honp. Hiil BY TKB1
ALIlS CHKMIOAL WIIHKM. NO 48 NORTH
FBONTHT.. PHlLAUJtLPUIA. 6ittiaui4p
ROVGK RS'TN bVV'OST EN 1 1 0 1 .M'sToCK ET
KMVKH. Perl and Hik Handles ot beaitiirtil
linLh. lt01UKR' and WADK A KU'lXJHKK'lr'
tA M)KH, aiid ;iie celebrated LKOOULTK1C ItAZOJU
SClhHOltM ot tbe Uoent qiiMllty,
BBni. Knives, bets' ors. and Table Cutlery Ground
fci,d lutmiiHi. t t. U.,j, m ys, -), jXS S, TH'XTH
Tho Domocraoy Comploto
their Ticket - General
Frank P. Blair, Jr.,
Further Particulars of tho Potl
THE DEMOCRATIC CO.NYESTIOJ.
Osneral Blair Ronlatttd fr viee-Pf.
N kw York, Jy .
General F. P. Blair, of Missouri, was nonsi.
aated for Vice-President unanimously on tk
Qrst ballot. tmm
THE POTTS VILLE UIOT.
8peoUxl Detpatoh to The Evening Tv egrapK
Tbreata of the Rioter.
Pottsvillb, July 9.-Trie strikers haTB
ODtnltUes to the different collieries and fur
naces still in operation, giving them from sixty
hours to comply wlttt these terms or oeasa o De
The rlotors say that, should .those terms not
be complied with, there will be trouble. Tn
offloers of the Reading Railroad Company ber
have sent to Philadelphia to know whetne
they shall resist the rioters or not. '
Governor Weary leaves for Ilarrlsburg tbl
Richmond. July 9-Peter Phillips, tried far
he murder of b Is wife, was convicted to-day Of
murder In the first degree.
Tbe nomination of Heymour was very unex
pected, there belug a general feeling among the
people that Chase would come In at the last
vr York Stock tluotatlosts, 1 P. K.
Received by telegrHnb from Glendlnnlag
DavlH.Htock Brokers. No. 48 8. Third streeU
Ph and Ilea . R jwu pnu. K.W.andChl.
Mlch.S!. nd N. 1. K. IWu K. R... ne
Clev. A Pitlsb'g It. HVA Gold ' SiosJ
Chi. andN.W. com 7J Market firm.
JILLINCHAST A HILT'S
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
l'.ld up in full.,
Cash on band and In Bank
Cash In bands of Agents, and In coursTof
Amount of Liana secured by Mortgage,"
coDBtltui loir first lien on Ileal K tate, on
which there Is les than one year's Inter
est one and owlnB....
Amontt ol 6tocks owned by tbe Company,
wnetneror any state or tbe United States,
or of any Incorporated city of tbe United
B;tes, or ot any other description, sped
fjiug thenumbsror shares aud tbe par
and market value of the same.
V, 8 6-s 76,90J $i.ito 50
U 8. 7-S0f 11 300 12 11 li
U. P. 10-4(if 6C0 80S 78
Cooke Co. War i'ubd
Bonds 12.3"0 11.439 CO
Amount of Stocks he'd by the Company as
collateral security lor loans, with tbe
amount loaned ou eacn kind of stock, Its
par and market value. ..
W,t5') 198 mn
Amount of Interest ou investmen s mada by
tbe Company, cue aud unpaid.......
Amount of cash premiums received IGS.fO-tt
Amount of premiums earned 1 11,00 i H
Amount of luterf-st money received irom
the Investment of ttie Company 4,14-
Amount o iLCome of tho G'jmpany troati
any other source . 18,90l
Amount if los-es due and nnpald, and m
rlams tor locsis whlcb are In suit, or con
tested by tneCtmp.nv lO.OOO'Ot
Amount ol losses daring tbe year which
have not been settled.... l8,tto M
Amcuut of dividend, deilared lS.OJ'OJ
Amount of monty borrowed, aud the value
and amount of security given (nous bor
Amount of losses paid during tbe year
Amonntot Dividends paid during tbe year
Amonnt of expenses paid during tbe year,
Including commUsions and fees paid to
the Agents and Ullicers of tbe Company...
Amount o" taxes paid by tbe Cjmpa uy...
Amonntot all other expenses and expen
ditures of tbe Company.
1IIB)UML, rOWKBI, PBE9IDC3IT.
TII09I AM jJOOIMAJf, NKCBGTABT.
TILLINCHA8T & HILT.
oitli ri'iuisjlvnnla Kuilroatl UuiltUng:,
No. 101) WALNUT Stroot,
7 7lntht3t PHILADELPHIA.
JosoitliJilUiifjIittstj; David B. IIHU
UNTIE 8, PENSIONS.
and all claims against the National and State (Jovera
vjeuts promptly collected. Call on or addrea
OKOIWIC W. FOUD,
No. 241 DOCK Hteei,'
Otttotu u VM aooc below Tttfaraj