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THE DAILY EVENING TELEGKAKt PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, JULY 10, 1868.'
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FRIDAY, JULY 10, 18G8.
11 ad the right to select the Democratic) candi
dates been vested in the Republican Hxeou
tire Committee, it ooald not have made a
weaker ticket for its opponents than has the
bodr which is supposed to represent the wis
dom of the Democratic part. It was gene
ral) feared by the Republicans that one of
two wise oouraes would be adopted at Tam
many. Either some man alive to the issues
of the day, and who could draw some
strength outside of the party would be nomi
nated; such for instance as Cha.se or Hancock,
or else that some new man, whose very ob-
Bourity would be his best protection, anl
against whom nothing could be said, becaus" !
nothing could be known, would be their '
ohoioo such for instance as Asa Packer, j
or a reserved Pierce or Polk.
But the Democracy did neither
of the articifated actions. It took up two
men whose records are well known, and who
are, with the exception of Vallandigham or his j
like, the most vulnerable of any of the candi
dates proposed. Mr. Horatio Seymour is an
old and wily politician. His course through- j
out the entire Convention proved that. With
onsumvnate address he declined the honor, j
presided over the Convention, by personal !
urbanity made many friends, by preconcerted
signals had thousands of advocates cheering !
for him at the moment he was proposed. The j
action was deeply laid, and by the suddenness !
with which it was sprung, prevented sober
thought, and against the sober judgment of
many of the delegates gave the nomination to j
Mr. Seymour. His record is one which will not !
need investigation to prove him one of the
bitterest enemies of the nation in all
her hours of peril. lie opposed the draft, he
opposed the war in every stage. lie pro
claimed it a failure, and all of us cau still re
member when we trembled for fear that he
would succeed in securing his re-election, and
Woodward and Seymour be the duo to ruin
the nation. That anxiety has hardly yet died
away, and we are now called on to vote for
him for the Presidency of the United States.
We are asked to reward the man who would
thus have coldly sull'ered our Government to
perish. We are to put at its head the man who
would not have raised a hand to save it. Bat
still more than this, we can almost detect a
complioity, certainly a sympathy between the
leaders of the New York riots in 1SU3 and
Horatio Seymour. It may be that it was a
coincidence, but on the site where the riots
took place on the 13th of July, Mr. Seymour
on the fourth, or just nine days before that
bloody, murderous mob took the law in its
own hands, and said: . ,
" Yon claim for yourselves, and Iha.
whlcii every freemm nna eveiy man wli
respects himself will hive lor himself
freedom of speech i he right to exercise
all I he franchises coulurreU by the OousU
tulloo upon Amerlcaus. Qj,rx you sifely tloay
us these things ? Are you not exposing; your
selves, your own iutereala, to us ureal a peril as
that with which you threaten us? Kemember
tiilH, that the bloody and treasonable and revola
tionary doctrine of public necessity can be pro
claimed by a mob a well as by a yovernmeni."
And within a week almost, on the very ground
on which that speech was delivered, a mob
did take "bloody, treasonable, and revolu
tionary" action, and did commit foul murder
by the wholesale. Who was responsible for
that ? Cannot we trace the suggestion to Mr.
Seymour? Were not such words as he
uttered, words of suggestion if not encourage
ment? We shudder when we think of the
fearful responsibility which rests on his
shoulders. We will not advert to his views on
finance now. Suffice it to say that while he
declares himself in favor of paying the debt in
gold, he accepts a nomination on a platform
which favors the payment in greenbacks. For
which will the policy of his administration be
directed ? Surely in so vital a point there
should be no contradiction.
If the nominee for President is weak, he is
yet strong when compared with the Vice
President selected. Mr. Frank P. Blair is
probably the worse friend a political party
could have. He does more damage to any
cause than any other six public men. Ha is
headstrong, impetuous, and without that well
balanced mind so essential to the President of
the Senate of the United States.
What better proof could be afforded than his
letter to the Convention, and which, by his
selection, was naturally declared to be the
sentiments of that body.' Let us see what this
"There Is but one wny to restore the Govern
ment Bud the Constitution, and that is for Hi )
President eleot to declare these acts uullaud
void, compel the army to undo Its usurpations
at thebouth, din perse the carpet-bag Slate Gov
ernments, and aliw the white people to reor
ganize their owu governments, and elect Sena
tors and Representatives. Tne House of Repre
sentatives will contain a majority of I) jmoorats
from tbe North, and Ibey will admit the He pre
sentalivea elected by the while people of the
Koulli, and Willi t lie co-operation of tne Presi
dent it will not be uitlicult to compel the Senate
to submit ouce inoio to the obligation of tne
Constitution. I repeat that this Is the
real and only question wuluU we should allow
to control us: rihall we submit to the usurpa
tions by which the Govern mom laB t,een over
thrown, or shall we exert ourselves) for its full
and complete restoration? It Is Idle to talk of
bonds, ureeu hacks, gold, the publio faith, mid
the publio credit. We most restore the
Constitution before we cm restore the Uuuucbs
and to do this we must h-tve is President who
will execute the will of the people by truiiinlliiu-
lulo dust the tihiii patioiiH of Congress kuovvnas
the Reconstruction aota."
Right, Mr. Blair ! We accept the issue. We
throw aside all matters of fiuance if you desire
it. We will take as the vital question of the
campaign the deseition or continuance of the
present Governments iu the Mconitruc'.ei
utea. Wo cheerfully agree to leave it to tha
people on that question alone. Shall the
present Government continue, with the wheels
peacefully revolving in legal channels, or shll
we have the picture so graphioally described
by Mr. Blair, the army trampling ou th
Governments, with the bayonets "dispersing"
the "carpet-baggers," viz.: Northern and all
loyal Southern men, and the "white man,"
viz.: Rebels once more starting a Govern
nient over which thsy aloue shall have a
voice: proscription to the loyalists, white and
black, the election of Rebels unrepentant an 1
arrogant? Mr. Blair has made that the issue
for himself; the Convention has adopted it as
their issue, and on that line will the battle be
fought. We leave it to the people of the land
whether Grant and Colfax, or Seymour and
Blair shall be the nation's leaders.
The Democratic Platform.
A ('ONtemporaky; truthfully describes the new
Democratic platform as "a strange mixture
of fact and fustian, of courage and duplicity,
of propositions that are lucid, and proposi
tions that are muddy. It is bold to the verge
of rashness in regard to finances, equivocal in
its allusions to reconstruction, confused in its
exposition of fiscal and administrative reforms,
diffuse and turgid in its arraignment of the
ruling party." It was evidently framed to
admit of varied interpretations. At the out
set it recognizes "the questions of slavery ami
secession as- having been settled for all time
to come by the war or the voluntary
action of the Southern States, in constitutional
conventions assembled, and never to be
renewed or reagitatei;" yet a later
declaration, in another portion of this
platform denounces the " reconstruc
tion acts (so called) of CoDgress, as such, as
usurpations and nnconstitutional, revolu
tionary, and void." It is not diffljult to see
that Democratio speakers and writers who ad
dress audiences disposed to approve the wise
sentiment of General Grant, "Let us havb
I'eacb," will dwell upon the opening clause of
the Democratic platform; while those who wish
to pander to existing discontent, and to revive
the smouldering fires of the Rebellion, will
need no better text than the declaration that
the jolicy of Congress is "unconstitutional,
revolutionary, and void." If license could
be thus given to a readjustment
no man can foretell what issues may be re
opened, nor what may be the character of the
future governments of the South. The Demo
cratio party evidently desire to place them as
thoroughly as possible under the control of
unrepentant Rebels, and to continue an angry
and dangerous agitation until this purpose i
accomplished. The financial planks of the
Democratic platform are obnoxious not only
on account of the dishonest propositions they
openly advocate, but on account of the stil1
more dishonest purpose they indicate. It must
be remembered that the sentiment which
evoked the public declaration in favor of tax
ing bonds, and of redeeming them with green
backs, will really be content with nothing less
than downright repudiation, and that if any
party which numbers in its ranks so many
persons who are openly antagonistio to a
maintenance of the publio credit should ever
gain power, it would naturally obey the
behests of its repudiating adherents. The
sixth resolution makes a confused
allusion to the industrial interests
of the country by the declaration that the
Democracy demand "a tariff for revenue upon
foreign imports, and such equal taxation under
the internal revenue laws as will afford inci
dental protection to domestic manufactures."
Heretofore even the Democrats have acknow
ledged the wisdom and justice of so regulating
the tariff as to afford incidental protection to
American manufacturers, but the new resolu
tion favors the only practicable form of fiee
trade by advocating a tariff exclusively
for revenue, and American manufacturers
are notified that they are to receive only such
incidental protection as may be afforded by
"equal taxation under the iuternal revenue
laws." If this platform should be approved
by the American people, it would justify the
free-traders in demanding such a revision of
the tariff as would destroy every branch of
American industry that is not entirely beyond
the reach of foreign competition.
Let rs havk Peace. This phrase of General
Grant's has been much quoted a3 the welcome
expression of the feeling of the people by one
of its leaders. The words have additional
force as coming from a great soldier. We are
apt to forget the fact that war is the trade of
the warrior; that in peace his occupation is
gone, and repulsive as it must be to faae such
a thought, tbe soldier must needs wish for war
as the only field wherein he cau win fame and
General Grant has led to victory the largest
armies that the world has ever Been; it is as a
warrior that he has achieved his fame; and
yet he is so true to the interests of the nation
that he forgets his mere personal aim, and
temperately and wisely urges that policy which
will make war impossible in the future.
A U USEMENT NO TES.
IH'Oi.KY'sOi'KitA Housk Ouroltlzensshould
bear in mind mat this is t he lust week but one
ol tbe renowned Hooley Opera Troupe in this
oily. 1 heir houses are crowded nightly by the
elite of tbe city, who bestow showers of ap
plausptipon tbe performances. R. M. Carroll
baa achieved wonderful mcoess in bis special
ties, "My Father Mould UimrcoH" and "1'he
Wtfct-Kud iMiiclng Master." 1 he singing and
Inn U sque, by long John Mulligau anu Archy
Hughes will be repeated during the engage-
"at the American Tiieatkk, the "CanCan"
by Ihe whole troupe continues lo draw large
audiences. To night William Allen, a very
wrrlby performer, takes a benefit, and will no
doubt have a full bonne He deserves It.
The Debuts, of Paris, in reference to the
declaration of the Sultan that he regards with
vrx equal eye all his subjects, whether Chris
tians or Mussulmans, observes: "Are, then,
the Mussulmans to have the privilege now-a-days
of giving us lessons of toleration ? While
the chief of tbe faithful was pronouncing these
noble words the question is asked in France
whether it is proper to impose limit to tbe
zeal of the Churcb, which desire? t? uudortak
the conversion, of the Arabs I"
Tlie CUy of Tarla.
According to Baron iriismann' late at.U'w
nient, the Kuperllrlee ot the French cap! Ml h
TfCO hi etares (ehCh 2i nore) of willed Pr
proper covers Itil)2. anu inn annexed none 4PH.
I he net woi a or public Mneei measurea lluoally
Hofl l.lli n.ejtre (eaob of a rnllf) spreading
over n r urhice of 12,2111 Mitiure kilometres The
tbormik blares opened within the last fifteen
yearn eilen.l lo 1 .IS k Hornet re. A great nunibor
of Hlrreis are mill without footpath, because
tbe total length of the aid walks In Paris it only
IMN8 kilometre, or 272 Irmcitea; whereas,
if all wire provided there would bo an extern!
C.M.M lehgueMof waiklug pih. A lonijth of 111
kilometien In planted and Hhaded by 95.577
trees, loi ming what is termed -he alignment.
The public promenades aud squares of Pari
occupy a total apace of 1783 heciMres, of which
the Hols de lioulogue en vera R17, that of Vin
crniios bOO. the Park of the. Unties Cliournoul
2A, the coritemplaud giouiitia of Mount Houris
1H, and Inn Park de Moucimii Ht Th lighting
if the pub lo streets Is IT -cud nv 31 85! lamps.
o which 32,1120 are as, end liSOoil Of coal,
400,000 tona are consumed annually In the gas
works or Paris. The capital conmimes at pre.
(phi 0 million Hires of water (each a llitlo
more than a (isrt livery twenty-four hours, and
II will lecelve 110 iniit cms ll'res additional
when the wa-ers of the Vaune shall have been
hrnuubl In, at d the two ai-inslan well at the
l'.utles fuix-Cailleiau'l the Place Hebert are at
wotk 1' IcIIhk a Mirply. Tn number of reser
voirs Is sevenieen. o tnablu of containing in the
Hgiirfgate 2)1 mlllluni ol 11 rec; but for acitv
like Pat lH tba rtservo Ih Insignificant, idnce it
represents uo more than a i-logie day's con
sumption. There ure in Paris l isi) kilometre
of water plpea aud on lint of varioiiK dlrneu
lloris. Theaeweragn extends lo Kilometres,
of which dm ance 17(1 nre lor and broad, pro
vided with rails and Kiiiia'ilu o at. There are
1012 cducHtloriHl eslahllNhrneutH, comprising
171.02(1 pupil; the charitable bouses have II, 2'H
beilH, and the bureaux de hlenialaancn distri
buted aid In 1X07 to 10.1.11!) Indigent perxouH.
Rev Henry Ward Beecher passed through
Springfield, Mass , Tuesday noou, on his way
to HnMcn. The Ri publican reports that lu a
briel conversation at t he depot with some ao
(juuin ttuices, lie denied favoring the uninlut
lion of Chase for the Presidency, and thai he
SHldthnthe is, nlwas baa been, aud always
would be opposed to Chase.
FINANCE AND COMMERCE.
OW10 OV TBI EVJCNINS T Kr.KOBAPlt 1
Friday, July 10. io8.
There was very little disposition to opcraloTTi
Mods tins n, orninc, but prices were wiUi mi
any material chunec. (Joveriitneht srcsriipM
vero nrnily lie d. 1134 w,,s bid tor Cs of 1S81;
HiKj lor June and Ji.lv 7:i0-; ll.'IJ for '62 5 20s
ll(lj lor '4 5 20s; 11U It 't5 .r-2'K; lOHj lor
July, '05 5 2()a: and 1085 for '67 5-2IK City
loans Mere uncbnugid. The new issue sold
liitiuobd shares were Inactive. Pennsylvania
Hiiilroai sold at ,r.2, no cpuime: Keiiditical 4H,
no cbante; Motrisroivu at (18, no rbatice; L"liiirti
VbIicv at 54j, no chaime; m d Northern Central
at 48, an udvaice ol i; was bid lor North
Peiinsjlvaim; 41 fcr fclmira preterredj 31 f ir
CHtiiwifsa prctirreil; mid 2(ij lor Philadelphia
City I'assenccr Railroad shares were tin
chunked. 60 was bid tor m coh I sud Third; 3(i
for hiltb and Six'h; 04 tor Tenth nnri IOIcvulUj
15 or Thirteenth and I'i'teenili ; 42J l ir Cnesii tt
nnd Wulnut; IdJ for Heionvilk'; and 43 for
Hunk fbarcs were firmly held at full price.".
Philadelphia old at lul, nn advance of 1.
In Canal shares there was li'tlc movement.
Schuylkill Nai.atiob preferred sell at 21$. no
f -but ire; 11 was bid for Sutiujlk ill Navijja'ion
common; 21J lor Lehign nvujatioii; and 15J. tor
PIIIL.t IIKLfllH STUCK KXlTJAMiK SALKS TO-II A I
Reported by De Haven & Bro .Nu. 4u & Third street,
$1200 Pa 6s 28er.cJip. 107 2 b Penna R Si'i
fiiW cliy M. Srw.lF.(ilj J4 gt, JjOll V It - 61 1
7io do. New.lk.liis.'4 10 do. 6i)i
tioou Read n7i pis : io sh Ncirrisfn. M
tSDIMI PlllHb'Kfi l Ti'i' iu do .t-Swu. t-S
to i' A in rut. 8n.. w I "onnKeaOK N 4s
f iixio JIarrisb'g bs s 6 do d U. m
72lK) 1,1-U ON, 'M 1,. S'.'S! 7 nil Pllllll 1U Hit
(ludULa)QH.gald I ny, loosbiSuUN PI -HIV
IK) dii.....MD. MS 1(9 do 2d. i
600 sli Ocean On l li,,
The tollowinp! arc this moruinij's Rold and
foreign quotations, renor ed ny Wbelen Bro
thers, Gold, Stock, and Excbauae Brokers. No.
105 S. Tliird striei:
9 :i0s.. M. . 1405 11-30 A. M. . 140
10-00 . . 140 j 12 00 M. . 140j
10- 30 " , 14 .J 12-30 P. M. . 140j
11- 00 " . 14081
Poreipn Exchanee on Loudout-OO days, 110J
(ailOi,; 3,days, HOAfflJllOl. On Paris: 00 days,
6t. n:(fi,5U I2i: 3 days, 51. llf15f. 10.
Mepsre. Jay Coose A Co. quote Govern
ment securities, etc., ns follow: U. 8. 6i. of
IKK, 113JU3.l; old 5-20s, 1131134; new 6 20s,
18C4, 110J(e)110.l; lo., 1865, HMillH; 5-20s, July,
1083W10HJ; do., 1S07, I08i'f)10i); do., 1HU8. lO.j
fV,109; 10-4 0s, 107 t3 I07i: 7'30s. June, lOSjrtf
1' 8J: do., July, 102(3 li l. Gold, 140J.
Messrs. De Haven 4 Brother, JSo. 40 South
Third street, report the following rates oi ex
change to-day at 3 P. M. : U. 8. 6s ol 1881, U2J
113J; do. 1802, 113i'till33; do.. 18G4, 110Q
1104; do.,lHGA, 111 Jtollli ; do., 1806, new, lUHKd
I08j;do., liG7, hew, Itl8i atl0 ; do., 1808, 108j
108;do.,5s, 10-40b,107j (Hl07i; do. 7-30s,4une,
HHjtSluhl; do., July. l'J8iff108i; Duo Com
pound Interest Notes, 119J; August, 1865,
llS.ife 1185: do., September, 1805, 118rail84; do.
October, 18U!, 117i118. Gold, UOJtjpUOJ.
Messrs. William Painter & Co., bankers,
No. 30 S. Third stieet, report the following
rates of excbsiifre to-day at 12 o'clocs:
Cn i ted States 6s, 19bl, 113f113i ; U. S. 5-20s,
lsti, li:itj?;il3i; do., 1804, llojrallOJ; do., 18'i6,
HlJ UllU; do. Julv, 1865, I08j(?il08i; do. Jul v,
17, 108,108' 1808, K)8J(Jilo8i; .Is, 10-40s, 107
1074: U. 8. 7-30s, 2d series, 108108,1; 3d
serup, 108A108J ; conipouud Interest Motes, Do
ten ber, D-64, 119; fllay, 1865, 119: August,
1p5, 118!r7,118j; September, 1!65, 1181184;
October, 1805, 1 171 17 j. Oold, 14t)140.
1'Jic Sow York Money Market.
From the JV. Y. Tribune of to-day.
'Money coot Iiiiiks In (IrqiuiuI at 4(j:S percent. A
)rnu Lumber or Inuiis were luurkud up to 6 per cent
to day mid no lie InHlmts is uuim at less ruieH ou
uiitK'eihineotis securities, lieulera In OovernumuLi
coiilliiue I n 1 1 ' i-upplied. ut 4 I it ( cut.
"A clever forn rv was discovered n Fort Wayne
ceri 'fiemeti yemerduy. A jiersou who nas beeu an
ou sloe oprratnr on tne tirrel 101 Home time ordered
the purci'are or li'ty Hhurrs of stuck Hi ouxli a liUnly
re picltthle II r in o uint-cled wltn the Mew York sto :
t xeliHDKe r queiuiu); ibein 10 have U iraQB'arr. d into
11. la ul live sharei eu h. and cenill huh made out In
tlielr l.uuie. aa liesu'd be s'ouk wus purchased lor a
111 11 ber ol persons uiul be deslrrd 10 deliver It In the
I nuie ol a well-known untile. 'I'll eeitlh be c-rtllt-cau
h have appenrid at 1I14 trnuifer otllce alcered to
lui' i-lu res each, and are so cleverly done luui Uiey
w.iiiUl deceive aiy one lull an expert, and there is
but little doubt bin that the oilier eveuwlii appear
lieloie lontr, 'Ihe Ban. nurtv ulw purchiim-d 100
Hhuresf t l leveland and l'lunhuric thi'nin;h anutlur
hi line, o rtei Inn ct rilllctex lu len aliare lotH, In ih-lr
name, I'p to Ihe pte-e.ii 'uouienl no curilllu'le
bearing tha nnmwrn 011 the c-rilllcaei ttrnlHred
have b eu preaeutoi ai lUe Uaisier uillce of lUnt
From the N. Y, Times of to dny,
"Tbe pollil'al excitenifnt on the Ureal cilml
nuieu about noon yesterday lu the an iininc'-ineiit
Ironi Tammany Itab that Ml, (Seymour la tne
jiruocra'lc randkaie fo- the Presidency. Trie
public Mads of ibn U 11 1 el tstuter, which had
pievloimly shown fcome firmness, made a fur
Iher advant e after the nomluallon, 1 ol, per
haps, Si much bfleauia of tne nine aid anie
c ileut of tue cndldale as be 'ause o' toe seitle
nient of the question and the ei.rly adjournment
of the t'onvemloe. The whole subject will probably
cense 10 further lnlliiei.ee the market, one wav or the
other, before the prmient week clones. The other de
partment of the Block Kxcbaige, wulch opened dull,
ah-o improved alier one o'clock and the Oold Uiinu
relnpsid Into a c..mpr(lvely dull feelluif, at Itn'i
per cent. The expnil of Hpeoie by ihe ttmiitiainptiiii
nnd llremen steamer 10 dv aunuuts to f:t80 u u At
the cln-IPK Hoard of the fxchaiiKe the traiiHactliiim In
Hulled hlales 5-KU were qulle heavy at the recovery
in prices, and the speculation lu nearly all descrip
tions left oil strung."
Philadelphia Trade Report.
I'kidav, July 10 The Flour Market Is with
out Improvement, and only a few hundred bar
rels were taken In lots by Ihe home consumers
at t7'50' 8 25iorBuperfloe,8 509 25for extrajW 50
(all 25 for spring wbeatextra family, the latter
rate for oholce Minnesota, fl0ll75 for I'enn
rylvania and Ohio do, do., and $120)11 forfanoy
branda, according 10 qualltv. Rye Bolls at 19 4
9-25 "t barrel. JNoIIiihk uoluir in I'oru Meal.
Tbtrc is a firm feellnj; In lli Wheat market,
and tbedtinand Is entirely for prime lota, wuiou
su e In suiaii supply, bmali iv4 wf rd at I i 3 J
H2-4n. Rye Is worth SI 80H hnnbel. Cornlas'd
fit nnv at the recent advance, sulen of . yellow
at II 18, and Western mixed at SI l.ViM loS O
are sleadv, with sales rr l'ennnvlvaula at 861
KHc.. and Hontliem at MliMo. Mothlnu doinjj in
Jiariey or rnait.
HmH Cloveraeed Is selling at S7a.7 -50 01 lb
T mothy la nominal. Flaxseed Is takeu by lb
cro. bora at Si OortrS'TO.
Wv li-ay 1'rlces are nominal.
LATEST SllllTlKH INTELLIGENCE.
additional Marine Nervt tee Inside Pntte.
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STATB Or THJCBMOMRTRa T IBM KVK.VI-lu TMLH-
7 A. M .77111 A. M KU2 P. M Si
CLKARKD TH Id MOHrlM.
Br'gAnnaM. Vouuu Murrell. eiiptttn. Wr kiuin.tCc.
fcclir M. K. LUiritsie. fuller, fail itive?, iJiiier,tKic.
lny A Wellington,
bchr Julin c. Henry, Mlks, Lynn, do,
eci.r W. 1. Cargbi, Keiiy, K. Cauibr d IV, Jlauimitt A
f chr It. 4 S. Cnrsi-n Onrsori Ttoston, do.
l-rtir W. Wl ace, Hcull. Uus'nti, HuiQictomn .t tin.
fc hr ni en heppller, McKadden, Waihiiiuai, Day n,
i'Mlei, d) Co.
l-clir Kivie liavls. Johnson, Boston, Qulnrard, Ward
i-ti,r M fitio'g. Ilrown. Providence. Jolnllnnmsl jr,
bchrl.A I'.enleil, ikluAlluueu, Ueocgeluwu, O.U-
veil, Uurcnii A (Ju.
Hchr 1 cen 'I rveilt-r Adams, Bostnn. dn,
frciir V. hurriii, mover, l'rovidnu o, i) aklstou.ti.aelT
Kent it Ktitght Ttnrttett, Ttnston. d .
N lirA hariieit. Harne t, B isutn Bott.Wllir Ca.
r-( hr I p m l In but. (iiii Kin Bealou, do,
t-ciir K. I . dales. Freeman, Buniun. da,
hctir J V. I'aiierson 1 orHon, Sjiikih ao.
rlir V. Hliarp. -burp. Bunioii, Kurd Kil!erAMltini
Kclir M. A nrsori. Brnwvr, Hindoo. u.i.
bclir K. J Hermy. Mereinm B ihioii. O -o. S.Kaoiiller.
i-i'iir Il.M. Binnks. I ore, K 1 nin bridge, do,
helir M. J'. biniens. tiHiniy, Uoston, i ,
echr B.boeimKD, Kobluson, Jacksonville, N. j H.
Crio-key A Co.
I cnr M. V. Ireland, Ireland, Boston, Aadourled, Nor-
11 n 1 1 1).
B h- Kanklln. Hharp. MIMvllle. Whl'all. Tntuti AO?
Kl'r Ann Kbza, ItlcbardH, New York, W, P. Clyde ACo'
1 uk Tni'R. JelU rson. Ai en. lor Balilmore, wui, a .,
l bBrpr. W. P. ydeA Co. , "w
1 ui l h. supeak n. Meisnon. lor Baltimore, with a low
ol barges, W. P. Clyde A Co.
AWIVKD THH MORNINCJ.
f-teaniHlilp Whirlwind, nei r, 8 Uows Ironi Provi
deuce wuh nidne. to 1). fi. eiietauu A Co,
t-rhr M. H. I'nri.nie. Potier, from BoHtna.
t-elir P. A 8 CiirHiiu, V irHon. liom Hhsioq.
(- lir Kiv.e Iikvih. Johiisou, from B ision,
heli r B. Wbeeier Llnyd, from Bus'on,
hehr A Knrihli, Banleii, Irem Bi.ainn.
fccbr V. Ki arp, sharp, from Huston.
r( hr K. J lleioiy, Meredeh. Irnru BohioQ.
i-rbr M. K. e.n nns. Uniiiiy. irniu Mom oii.
helir rt A I'. Cnrsnii, Brnwer, Ironi Him on.
Kchr Lewis Cheier Uookln, f rniu Boston.
t-chrlfve Williams, rrnm aiilivine.
tchr W 1) Ckibiii, Kelly, trotn New York.
rci.r Ida V. Mccahn, Buker. trnm Derby,
rchr W. Wallace. Bcull. from Olonopaiei-.
l-chr Agnes Heppiler. McFadden irum NawTTaveti.
Hch r I. A. Benueit. Mc Muid n, from New llaveu.
h nr llei j nlronii Brown, rrnm Providence,
t'chr Kevenue Uaniiy. fmrn Providence.
Kchr F. Burrelt, Olover. Irani Providence.
t-chr M. KnlKlil Bartieit, rrum Provldeuce.
Kl lir II, 1.. H aghl, Wlllell", liom Htmoi,
Helir MurieiiH Hnun, Hrooks from Kali Hlver.
fclir I.. A. Danenbowe-, Shenpard. Irnm NupiniPt.
pM-nr H. is. Hroi kH i.iivm. irnm Kasi ('Ainnridge.
r-ctir Orean Trave ler, Adsms. Irom Salem.
i-chr J. C fjei.ry IibkP, Irom Lynn.
Slenmer J. H. tihrlver, liennls, labours from Balti
more. Willi nirtt-e. to A. Groves. Jr.
t-lean'er Che"er. Jones. '.'4 hours from New York,
wlih nulse. ro W. 1. Clyde & Co.
Tug 1 hoi. Jefl'e'M.n, Allen, irom Baltimore with a
tow ol hart eR to W. P. Clyde A Co.
Tng Chesapetiltp. Mernhon. (mm Baltimore, with a
tow tt barges to W. P, Clyde Co.
A Isrge aqunrp.rlcged vessel and twn harm brigs
sinnrtliiK ui. were ct) ibeCape ol the Ii-la ware yes
lerdiy morning. Big Mooiillght, rrom Cardenas
( Bssen hi he Capes ypsierdav morning off the Buny
on the Micella, hcnr Mabel Hah, Irom Mayaviiez: at
Hon hsy IIih k, lrlv Tuomas Waller, rrom Car.leniti;
aihenly I'm 1 1. a Brit'Rh fchooner. unknown. Ke
porter) hv M r. Slis. pilot ol sieamBlilu Saxmi,
At Breekwnter yesterday moruliij;, brig Dora, from
lllo Janeiro Via rit. Thomas.
(Bv Atlantic Onblr,.)
Popthampton July ill Toe sieamsbtp Holsatta.
Irnm New York June SO. arrived at ) mis morula
Ui'rKNMi'WN Jui IU The HieBiufiiln luftsltt.lroui
Kew Yuik on tbe 1st Inst., arrived to day.
Ftr (uUlitimial K)rr,ial Kotiee irr the Inside Paw.
SIC TRANSIT. THE SICKB-T TRAM
sit ae know of Is a iranslliou Irom Pjaion's
Dew pi rltin e, 'Flor de Mayo," 10 any of the wou id-he
rlvas of that rrlreshl g and eniranclng ;pnuiue
Tlie only n erli tney possess is that ihe'r elll lviuui
quickly ludeK; ou the other bard, the fragrance or
11 e great natlouai perfume Is luellaceable. Sold by
a 1 diuyg sis.
WKKJlirS ALCONA TED GLYCERIN
Tablet ul Solidified Ulycerlu tends to preserve
tbe skin Irom dryness aud wrinkles, imparts a won
derful degree of softness aud delicacy to the com
plexion, aud whiteness to tne skiu: Is an excellent
dentifrice, giateiul to the taste and tonic to the
mouib and gums ; Imparts sweetness to the
breilh, and render) the teeth beautifully white. For
sole by nil druitgiBts. K. A U. A. WK1UUT, Mo. 64
CH FblUT Street. Sjl
17" OFFICE OF THE SECOND AND
SJ THlhllB'lKKHT PA&HKNOKR KAlLWAY
COilPANi , No. 21M KKANK FOItU ItOAlJ,
l'HILlDICI.I'HIA. July S, 1HI1B.
The Biard of Directum have this day declared a
dlvl md ilTWO PKK C'F.N . on the cipltal ai ick,
payable en and after the ISth Ins1 ant clear of lax,
in which date ih Irsna'er bonks w 111 ho cloned,
786 K M f'I't'll KLL ( X) II NKLL. Treasurer,
trT OFFTCK OF THE FAMS INSURANCE
COM PA A Y, WV 4iCHK'NUT Street
Phii.aoki.phi Jji 6, ISRS.
The Board of rirocti rs have this day declared a
Dividend of THHkK PKlt CEN 1'., payable un de
mand, clear of all tuxes.
WILLIAMS I. BLANCH Alt D,
7 6 fit Bm-retary.
frTJ THE ENTERPRISE INSURANCE
a-? COMPANY OK 1"H 1 1, DKtPalA.-OJi :e.
No. 400 WA LN UT Street, J ULY , IHiiS.
Tlie Directors have tills day declared a Divliend of
1 tH K PKK CKNT. nn the Capital H ock of tlin
Couipary fur the last six months payable ou deinaud
tree of all taxes.
7 12t ALEXANDFIt W. WINTER. See'y.
RARE MANUFACTURED IS FINE
Cotifectluns, for Tourists and for the Sea side.
SJ1KPHE.N F. WHITMAN,
7 3 1mlp No. 1210 MAliKUT (Street.
BUY COUrONS OF
AT SAME PEICK AS GOLD.
A (JEMS FOR THE SALE OE THE POl'U
Central and Union Pacific Rail
road First Mortgage Bonds.
rrinciiml nuil Interest 1'ayuMe iu Gold.
OUFON8 OF 1I1E;K BONDS CACHED AT
Dealers in all Government Securities.
SMITH, HAND 0 Ll'l I & CO.,
No. 16 South THIRD Street,
IN TUE OKPIIANS' COURT FOR TUE CITY
ANU COUNTY OP PHILADELPHIA.
Ksialeot DA NIK I, PUItl'KK. de.eaa-d.
The Audlu r appointed by the Court to audit, settle,
anil adjust 111 account ul J A MK3 11 K A and O hHJKUK
I'OW l,l Kxfcul' m ul Ihe lam will aud it-siameui
of DANIEL PO KT K K d-Cosi'd. and lo r-pnn dWirl
butlou of the balance lu Ihe hands ol the accountant,
will meet the panls tn'ert-sb'd, fur the purpose or bis
npiHilnluienl. on TUESDAY, July 21, A. D. ins, at
lev 11 1 II) o'clock A. M. at his ulllce, No. 4ul WAL
N UT Btreet, lu tbe city of Plntadeinhia,
WILLIAM D. BAK'H,
PATEN T K I) ,-l'ANTS SCOURED AND
TK !"'' ! fr-m I 5 l.icli.s.at M-ia
Frr-ncn tHrtaru Dyelnf and tKourlnz, Nj, 2o9 &,
To tJie good old tnnc of "Yankec-DootUc."
Chief Jostle Chasa
Has lost tbe race
Jnjt now, for Domination;
Did not cet on
Tew aid rrraldentlal station
Some folk! than thought
That Banoooc oucbt
Or votes ta havsa gy show;
But voting slim,
Tbty soon dropped him,
At 6 Hied upon Horatio.
80 we declare,
8'rmour and Blair
nave got the rooilra ion
Good clotaing wait
For your examination I
CHORUH, to bo sang wl h earn erse.
We I ny nurrlntre at tbeORIC VT BSOWX HALL!
;uhes tor oil tie Matron!
TheJiouWN hIonk HAM. makes clothei fjr allf
1 be bt-at In alt creation ! I
After sirring this elenant song, comeatomr. one ad
'I. lu our Bit BROW. H ALU aud we will Ut you
tut wlin msgnlaceut New Clothes.
THE VICKY BUST CLOTH EH 't
THK VKItY LOWFMT PKlCrH!
ROCKHJLL & WILSON,
Kes. 603 and (505 C11ES3UT STREET,
FRANK G R A H E L L O,
No. 921 CHESNUT STREET,
(PKNN MUTUAL BU:LDIMQ3),
HAVING 8ECUUKD THE SKItVICKS OF TU
FOLLOWING KM INK NT AHTLiTsJ,
JOSEl'II TACKET, on touts,
EIINEST L. MUELLER, on Punts and
KNTIBE SATIPFACTION A3 TO STYLK AND
FIT IH FULLY (U'AKAN'KKI).
MJITU MADK IO OHUKH IN TWKNIY-FOUR
HOLIlS' NOITCE 618 8ra
H. & A. C. VAN BEIL,
No. I3IO CHESNUT Street,
FBESllSES No- H9 CIIESSUT St.,
FOB STORE OR OFFICE.
ALBO, OFFICES AND LAtttJE ROOMS suitabl
for a Cummerclal Co'lage. In JU f
6 24tf BANK F THE REPUBLIO.
STFCK & CO.'S, AND IIAINKS
i f I BItli lllKHH1 PlANOd, and MaoOJ A
MJUIN'H CAiH-NKT OHUANH,
J, e. uouiiU H New Htore.
17 8m No. za OHEMIXDT wtraot.
ffiyfi ALBUECHT, RIEKE3 & SCHMIDT,
FIEST-CLASS PIANO-FOBTI3 J,
Full guarantee, and moderate prices.
Wtrwoorm, Mo. 010 AUCII Strc,
QUEKN OP ENGLAND SOAP
QU KEN lF ENGLAND SUA P.
UUKKN OF KNULANU 8UAP.
For doing a lamlly washing lu tne Deal and chnin.
en manner. Guaranteed iquai lo any in tne wi rhll
Has all the strenmb of theold rosin soap wlib the
mild ana lathering qnallnes of Kenulna Castile. Try
IhisFplMidid rtnap. SOlI) BY THE
ALDtN CHEMICAL WIIHKH, NO. 48 NORTH
FRONT BT.. PHILADELPHIA. ti ill J utp
HATS AND CAPS.
S JONES, TKMHLB & CO.,
No. li& B. NINTH Street,
First door above Chesnut street. J
eWAIlBURTON'8 IMPROVED VENTI
lated.rnd eany tlitlng Dreus Hals (patented), la
all the Improved fashions of tbe seajou. CH KB.
MOT Btreet. next dour to the Post Oflloe. 11 It) J(.p
tPAKASOI AT $1, $1'25; LINED, $1-60,
i Bilk Bun Umbrellas. SI, l 23, aud upwards.
No. 21 B. EIGHTH Btreet 1 2ra
p E A Dl READ!
Sporting1 Goods at a liargain.
The attention of the trade and publio is called to
the large assortment of
Gnus, Fishing Tackle, and other Sporting
AT NO. 4011 CH KSH ITT NEBEET,
Which la being sold at very low rates to close bul
nets. Bargains lu flue Guns, Fiablng Rods. Base
Ball and Cricket Implements can be bad, and tbe op
portunity should not be lost. Call at once, and be
sat'slied as 19 our very low rates.
C. B. WETCOTT.
AND PlIYttlCAli INMTITCTE,
1IBOAD TBEET, BELOW WALNUT,
The only Bammer resort la onr city, where people
take coiiiiortln lbs ho.test days, Is Ihe NATATO.
KIUW. Peason HwlBimlnn Tickets, and Bfasou In
struction Tickets, seid aow with a aaduutiuu ol
K per COOU t'.if
SUMMER RESOR TS.
OU LINE OP FTTILADET.HTIA AND RAITO
RAILROAD AND KKANCH K8.
MANSION DOUSE, MT. C ARB O Iff
Mrs, Caroline Wnndrr, Pottsvllle P. O., SchayttSi
Mra. M. U MUler, Trmcarora F. O., BohnylkSl O
W. F. Bmlth, Mabanoy dtf P. O., BehuyltfU Otr
.,.- Henry Weaver, Rdrf P. O
LIVING SPRINGS HOTEL,
Dr. A. Smith, Wernersvllle P. O.. Bocbs OO,
COLD SPRINGS HOTEL, U.anon Co.,
Chap. Kodearmel, Box 1(0, UarrUburg P. O,
B 0 JERTO WN SEMINA R Tr
. - U Ml KoonB. Boyertown P. O., Berks Oo,
eorge T. Orldor, Litis P. 0 l,anohstr Oo,
PERKWMKN BRIDGE HOTEL,
Davis Longakcr, Freeiaud P. O., Montfomery On.
I4ri,n.HeS Preeland P. O., M(?ntir"mry
J.J Y C E H I A HOUSE,
tOLIINV BEACH, DIUW4RR,
Is nwoppn for the rceentliin of gussip. This fsre
rite pi c- of resort Is bemitlmlly si nated at a potnt
on tbeDHawar' Un-rsfiw mil. s from theCap'S. It
basabeantllullawn lu Ironi, well anat.ed.gooa s
water baminr, sslllug, eta Take steaaer I'erry
Arch street whaif.
7 10 lm FRANK CO LLJMH, Proprietor..
Post f nic address. Di.kvnevllle, Del.
This favorite SUMMER RESORT, situated on the
CAIVEILL MOUNTAINS. Stale of New YorK.and
cimniatdlng iheOneat view In Amtrlca, having been
recently unUrged, will be opon from JUN 10 to
Terms, $450 nor day, or SKW-OO ppp week.
S ages connect at Caukbl ltb all of the Hudson
Kailr. ad trains, and the day boata Irom New
Also wlin tbe steamboats Thomas Powatl and New
Champion, leaving Plir foot of FRANELIN
r-trtet, fit-w Yoik. daily, at 5 P. M Paturdays at
P.M. 6 9 2mJ CHAKLE3 L BUACH. Proprietor.
This o'd establishment, having been: leased by S
JJORRIHIN. former proprietor of the Morrison
llonse, b..s bun tuiiie'y
RKMCDKLED AND RttFORNIBHED,
and supplied with all the modern Impmvementa andi
ccnvenlences ntcessary to a first-clas, Hotel.
The dining room bas been removed to ihefl-s'flr
anu 1. now suauluus and airy, and the ohamhers are
all well ventilated, and the proprietor will endeavor
to make his gutwta perlecily at home.
I'asnengers for Jledf. rd Hprtiifts wtU find this the
musr desirable Btipplng-place In Huutlngdoa.
Exchango Hotel, Huntingdon.
7 1 wfm2w
JJOLUJIBIA HOUSE, CAPE MAY,
TIIK COLUMBIA IIOU3C,
At Cap Istamd.Sr. J.,
was opened on the 2",th of June.
Bituaied but a few rods irom the bench, with three
huDdted good bthlng rooms standing directly At the
surf, and with fii.e shade trees upon the lawn, this
bouse must surpass any other at the Capes, as well for
Its outBlde attractions aud conveniences as for Us ex
tensive and well regulated Interior.
Tbe COLUMBIA has long been sustained by a sab.
stantlal and select patronage from all parte of the
country, and Its appointments may be depended upon
as strictly flrst claaa. For rooms, etc., address
CKOUIiil J. UOLTON. Proprietor,
CAPE ISLAND, N. J
OlJfmwtf HAKUI8BRO. Pa.
3 U R F HOUSE.
Allantlc City, Jfew Jersey.
1HIS FIRST-CLASB HOTEL will open for tha
season on 25th JUNE.
Terms, ls'60 per day, or Uo per week. Address
K. F. THO.Ml'SON, Proprietor,
Formerly of Congress Ball, Cape bland.
N. B -The music will be under the direction of Mr
CARL BENTZ 15 Bit
JJNITED STATES UOTEL,
ATLANTIC CITY, B. J
W lllbe opened for the reception of guests on
NATI'KD.lf ( JUNK 87.
Mux under the diiection of Simon Hauler
Persons wiablug to engage rooms can do so by ap
BROWN U WOELPPER, Proprietoru,
ATLANT O CITY, or
2 fm No. Kit RICHMOND Street.
ATLANTIC CITY, W.J.
This well-known house has been REMOVED, RIB
MODKLEO, and very much ENLaR JED. with com
moulouH and comfortable rooms.
Locaitd tie wien Uuhed Slates Hotel and tha beach.
The grounds surrounding are steely eucloaed and
well shaded, (lu sis ler tbe bouse will leave tbe car.
atn.rs. Hotel. NO bar.
6 121m JoN a H WOITTON, Proprietor.
PHILADELl'IlIA HOUSE, CAPE 1BLAND,
N. J.. Is now open for the bummer season. Fami
lies desiring a quiet home at tue sea shore at a mode
rate price, will call on or address K. GRIFFITH. No.
Atiaclud to tbe esiahllHliraent Is a line of coaches,
lor the accumniodallou of it nests. 81 lm
milE TEFAION'T HOUSE, CAPK MAY, WILL,
J beipeuedou aud alter ihe iouriuot July, for
Terma-i2 50 per day, or lis per week.
6 231m Proprietory
FLAGS, BANNERS, ETC.
FLAUS, HAXNEHS, TRANSrAKECIES,
Campaigu Hadges, Medals, and ring,
OF BOTH CANDIDATES.
Ten different styles sent on receipt ol On. Dollar
and 1'lliy Cent.
Agents wanted everywhere.
Flags In Muslin, Bunting, and Bilk, all sizes, whole
sale and retail.
Political Clubs fitted out with everything they may
CALL OS OR ADDRESS
W. F. SCHCIDLE,
No. 49 SOUTH THIKW STREET,
ROD(JERS' AND WOSTENHOI.M'3 POCKKT
K.NI VKH, Pearl and Stag Handles, of beauiirul
linuih. 1 to 1X1 KIW aud WADE A BUTCH KIl'H
R4 .OftH, and ihe oelebrated LEOOULTiUli UAZOU
bClSHURB ol the flueal quality.
Famr, Knlva. Hola-or and Tahla Ontlarv Omnnd!
and Pollaied. a. k. -a.tiuLitA'tt, No, 111 bt tttf.
Bueet, trolww Cbesuuls fcAui