Newspaper Page Text
THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 1871.
JSriRlt OF TUB PRESS.
EDITORIAL OMNIONS OF TBI LKADTNO JOUBNAH
CPON CURRENT TOriOS COMPILED ZVKBX
DAT TOB THS IVENINO TELBOBAPH.
A CANDID CANDIDATE.
From the . 1'. World.
Mr. Greeley has sever shown any special
coyness upon the subjeot of the next Presi
dency. Ca-sar made a proper pretense of
refusiDg thrice the crown which was offered
him upon the Lnpercal. Bat Mr. Greeley,
wiser in his generation, knows fall well that
if be were to refuse it once it would never be
proffered him again, and aooodingly makes
frantio clntches at its distant gleam. The
first formal campaign document he has pro
mulgated is ia these terms-.
Nxw York Tribuhe, New York, May 81, 18T1.
Dear Sir: I know of nothing in my habits that
deserves public attention. I was formerly called a
oraharulte; ' that is, 1 rarely ate meat: and It Is
etui my conviction that meat should be eaten very
sparingly. I eat, however, like other folks, not
having time to make myself disagreeable to every
lody by Insisting on special food wherever I go,
since I travel much and eat in many places in the
course of a year.
1 ceased to drink distilled liquors January 1, 1324,
when I was not quite thirteen years old. I occa
sionally drank beer four or five years thereafter,
when I abandoned that also. I cannot remember
that I ever more than tasted wine.
1 stopped drinking ceiiee about 1884, because It
made my hand tremble. I am opposed to nerves.
1 did not drink tea for a quarter of a century, end
ing in 1861, when I had brain fever and was very 111.
Sly doctor insisted that 1 should drink either elaret
or tea, and I chose the tea, which (black.) I have
generally used since, though not uniformly.
KMy favorite exercise Is trimming up trees In a
forest with an axe, cntting out underbrush, etc.,
etc. I wish I could take more of it, but my farm is
distant and my family scattered. I sometimes Hit
weights at the Lifting Cure. I have only lifted 805
pounds since I became sixty years old, February ad
last. Yours, IIoracx Oksklkv.
J. A. Beechcr, EBq., Trenton, N. J.
It is not necessary to deny the "objective
existence" of "J. A. Beeoher" to see the
transparency of the address. There may be
Buch a Beecher, and he may really hare made
the inquiry which is thus answered, either
collusively or with an actual and imbecile de
sire to know the personal habits of Mr. Gree
ley. Bat it is clear that the sage of Chappa
qna has wisely selected his habits with the
view of conciliating all classes of his country
men. He drinks neither distilled nor malt
liquors, which insures him the rapturous sup
port of the total-abstinence people: but he did
drink both, which ought to conciliate for him
the kindly consideration even of the liquor
dealers' association. That he was a reformed
inebriate at thirteen we may attribute to the
direful effects of the rum of his native region,
which partly accounts for the vindictive hatred
he has ever since borne that beverage, and the
persistency with which he inoludes all spiritaouB
drinks under its odious title. Bat he con
tinued to apply to his bruised spirit the balm
of "beer" with a prophetio prevision in 1830
of the importance of the German vote in
1872. To the rural voter the most deeply
interesting portion of Mr. Greeley's confes
sion will be that his "favorite exeroise" is
what ' to the professional agriculturist is the
dismal drudgery of "trimming trees" and
"cutting out underbrush." A philosopher of
sixty who bows the woods beneath his stardy
stroke and pretends to like it will be an ob
ject of wonder and worship to the fly-gobbling
clodhopper of twenty-five. The imminence
of woman suffrage fully aooounts for Mr.
gratulated upon "not having time to make
himself disagreeable to everybody, and nav
ing some habit to please everybody. If any
stubborn skeptic declines to be allured by
this artless and autobiographic statement of
the winsome ways of II. G., it is the fault of
hia own hard heart.
From the X. Y. Tribune.
Our San Francisco correspondent some
time ago invited working women to emigrate
there, promising them first, wages, and se
condly, husbands. Some Buffalo girl sends
to an intelligence office in San Franoisoo and
accepts the challenge for herself and as many
of her companions as they will Bend tickets
for. "We'll work and pay for our fare when
we get there," she says. "We are no stran
gers to the kitchen. We are neither Irish,
Dutch, nor Chinee; we are good Ani6rioan
girls, who know sauerkraut from ham. What
we want is the money, and not the men."
"This writer," says the California paper,
"evidently means business." It ii more
evident that she means business than 'work.
If she er her class of "good American
girls", j really wanted work and wages
there is no need to beg a passage to
California; they could find them both in
the numberless wealthy families in every East
ern 'city, and still more in the West, where
the kitchens so long given up to Irish and
Dutch await in dirt and disorder the avatar of
tho longJooked-for Chinee. : We know houses
within an hour's distance of New York, into
which thjs highest wages, and every comfort
and convenience which money or a conscien
tious sympathy with the laborer could sug
gest,1 "have failed to tempt one of these Ame
rican gixbi! who are bo ready to Bet off to
California in search of probable wages and a
mythical husband. We are tired of hearing
and jepeatjng ,'the old story, on one hand, of
the absolute impossibility of finding among
these1 American women clean, intelligent
cookg , or .housekeepers who are willing
for even the highest pay to work ia
pleasant1 well-ordered homes, and to sleep
in large, comfortable chambers, and on the
other of the "thousands of starving women
in garrets ' '-driven to the street for support."
Nor need these Women even go to domestic
servtcei to , obtain ,f. a sufficient livelihood.
Skilled workwomen are in as great demand as
skilled 'mechatiic8.1 AVhile the great mass of
slop-chop i woajien ,(Br, no doubt, underpaid,
there is not a lady of means in New York who
dos'- ri6t: 'knoy( the;, really high price which
fekilluiwiieeaiewonisn, command ana obtain
A woman who has -"energy and intelligence
enouL'b' to write' the letter which we quote has
no need of demanding charity to help her to
wander .nnproteoted iiUv San Franoisoo for
either wo or a muwana,
To, turn the, whole .inaiter no. we do not
deny that there is suffering among women in
our' reat cities' but the cause is Dreoiselv
that of -he suffering , afyorig men the want
of either the ability or the willingness to
work. Our women, each and all. not unna
turally, perhaps, in .this .period of tentative
essay end fermentation among them. from the
. . . . . . ' I 1 Ml :i! I L
fciguesj to te iowei, bnqw a uispoiuion just
now, to blieUt the tULo prosafo duties under
their hands, and grope after Alhascbar visions
far-pff," The' leader of political party shuts
up her liome and declines to bear children, in
order to . bei President, iusfe i aa this Buffalo
woman tnrns ber -back 'on the .columns of
advertisements for "help of detracted house
keepers in her vn town) and .fUglis for Cali
fornia kitchens:, or innumerable half-
gro,wn, , (.Sallys j ,;.', in' "J" ou aok-ooarts
tmeer at the idea of ' LelngJ.dinbrwashera,
as they express it, ana aspire to oe Baiesiaaieu,
or U. go, , tyQopipjf.ia to factories. It is
Laidly woittt U I. u4 LUe,'ui&Her eeri-
,VJ is i;.ivU o' , . hi
ously. Our . sisters, we suppose, like our
selves, must have their youthful day of cru
sading, and heroic ventures after distant glit
tering fortune. With men, the speoions fan
cies usually evaporate in the year or two after
college life; bat women, in this matter at
least, if we dare hint it, are slower in ooming
to maturity. Besides, as we Raid before, the
present is a season of feverish heat and ex
perimental effort with them all. After a
while perhaps they will look at the world and
its work with cooler judgment and more adult
reason, End find that the work whioh lies
Dearest to them is in most cases the highest
for them, ns well as the material out of
whioh, after all, they can soonest work out
their own ideal. Then perhaps we can at
last find in ."good Amerioan girls" not only
skilful and successful servants, but women
who are not unwilling to be faithful Chris
tian mothers. -
WHAT IS TIIE USE OF THE DEM0C1U.
From, Theodore Tilton't Golden Age. .
There used to be a ground for supporting
the Democratic party; there is such no longer.
This party, until the Ohio Convention, had
leading principles of its own, distinct from
the central features of the Republican plat
forms. But the Democratic leaders, with the
late Mr. Vallandigham at their head, have
solemnly overthrown the tenets which they
stoutly maintained throughout the war. Ac
cording to these new-departing statesmen, the
fourteenth and fifteenth amendments con
tinued to be unconstitutional long after they
had become parts of the very Constitution
which they were alleged to violate. But
although no change has taken plaoe in these
amendments, for they remain just as they
came originally from the hands of the people,
yet the Democratic party has put itself
into harmony with a policy which it
lately opposed. It now acknowledges,
against its own former witnesses to the con
trary, that these amendments are valid and
regular, and that they are to be as muoh
obeyed as other parts of the Constitution.
Although these amendments have formed the
text of several years' uninterrupted abuse of
the Republican party by its Democratic crit
ics, yet these critics now ask to withdraw
their criticisms and to leave the once-berated
amendments to a prospective and unmolested
dignity as parts of the supreme law. The
Ohio and other Democratic Conventions
practically say this. Now of course we con
gratulate our Democratic friends that they
are opening their eyes to discern the signs of
But, amid all the joy and rejoicing which
we experience over "the new departure,"
there has departed also the chief distinguish
ing contention between Democrats and Re
publicans, namely,' the negro question. As a
consequence the ground which many citizens
had, or thought they had, for voting against
the Republican party, ceases to be valid. The
Democrats, having voluntarily abandoned
their chief and vital objections to the Repub
lican platform, ought logically to join the
Our nomination of Mr. Greeley to the pre
sidency was designed as an invitation to them
so to do. We want to make it easy for the
Democracy to coalesce with their former op
ponents, and for this reason we offer to them
a man who, though a thorough Republican in
principle, having been almost the author of
the Republican party, is nevertheless by
aotual demonstration the bst-lovd Northern
man fcv the South, and the most kindlv-
spinted statesman now in publio life.. Mr.
Vallandigham lived long enough to teach the
Democratic party that it must take the Re
publican view of the fourteenth and fifteenth
amendments, and Mr. Ureeiey, if made a can
didate, would lure thousands of Democratic
voters to testify their sympathy with such a
Republican at the polls. It is our profound
belief that Mr. Greeley s nomination to the
presidency would do more to persuade thou
sands of freedom-loving Democrats to be
come Republicans than any other act which
the Republican party could perform.
If there was once a good reason why Demo
crats should remain in the Democratic party,
the Ohio Democratic resolutions are an equally
good reason for abandoning it. Let the two
parties continue their opposition to President
Grant, and make common cause under Mr.
Greeley as the most useful and best beloved
American citizen. Four years ago, the Demo
cratic party wanted Mr. Chase, and, if it had
nominated him, could have ridden to victory
under his leadership. Mr. Greeley is far
stronger with the whole nation 'now than Mr.
Chase was with the northern nail or it then.
Who will deny this faot? But to admit the
fact is to admit also its logical inferenoe;
which is that, judging from the present poli
tical situation, the best candidate ior the next
Presidency is Mr. Greeley.
FRANCE AND THE PROBLEM OF TAXA
From the N. Y. Times.
In the dvnastio questions which are, at
present, agitating f ranco, our country nas
no immediate interest beyond a sympathetic
and speculative one. With her transactions
in the money markets of Europe we have a
concern which is unmistakably direct and
appreciable. France has oeased to be the
Keystone State or European pontics, Dut in
virtue of her prodigious pecuniary require
ments, she has attained the unenviable dis
tinction of being able to all ect tne rates ae
mended by money-lenders all over the world.
The "solidarity of nations" in a . social and
political sense may sometimes be rather dim
cult to reoognize. Their community of in
terests in a monetary sense is a highly unmis
takable fact. The ability of France to bear
taxation will materially all ect the
amount-- of ' deficit for which she
will be compelled to trade upon her national
credit. This, in its turn, will have a direct
influence upon the amount of European oapi
tal available for the multitude of publio and
private enterprises among ourselves which
invutB us support, oome luur uuuuius ago,
a leading European financial organ stated,
after a careful resume of the sources of na
tional revenue in France and the probable
saving that could be made in her expenditure,
that the utmost amount which the country
could spare to be applied to paying the in
terest of new debt, would be about $30,000,-
000. As a first demand. M. Ponyer-Uuertier
asks for $ 'J2,000,0()0 of new taxation. Of
course this amount is intended to provide for
other pressing necessities, besides the interest
on the loan of five hundred million dollars
lately issued. The German army of oooupa
tion must be paid for, and the existing defi
ciency of one hundred millions in the returns
of last year s taxes must, if possible, be par
tially met. The temporary shrinkage in the
tax-yielding power of the country may, with
some difficulty, be balanced by the reduction
on the expenditures devoted to sundry mili
tary and naval depart men's. The amount of
new taxation which the French people must
shoitly make up their minds to bear may be
coDjtctured from the fact that the additional
dt Lt resulting from the war. the indemnity
and contingent expenditure will of itself
create an annual interest charge of about
Yet, in spite of the fact that with crippled
resources and reduced area and population,
France must raise one-fourth more by taxa
tion than she did in the palmiest days of the
empire, the confidence of European lenders
seems to be unshaken in her capacity far
financial restoration. A tolerably competent
critio declare! that 1 the French people were
before the war " laying Dy prohts, after de
ducting the cost of living, at the rate of
Bbout $:00,000,000 a year." It is estimated
that the amount of the taxable inoome of
France reaohes $ l,Ctt),0O0,000. It is some
what rashly concluded that $1,000,000,000
of . this oould be reached by a five
per cent, income tax, and nearly one-
half , of the required addition - to the
taxes be thus secured. There exist already
in France taxes on doors and windows, and a
"personal and furniture tax, whioh are prao-
tically of the nature of income tax, and
which amount to at least two and a half per
cent, on the available amount of national in
come. In point of fact, M. Fonyer-Quertier
has not yet had recourse to this most unpopu
lar of all devices for raising money in France,
lie proposes to raise twelve millions of dol
lars by an increase of stamp duties, which
are virtually a tax on the land, taking effect
at its sale or transfer by succession An ad
dition of $18,000,000 to the taxes on intoxi
cating liquors, $10,000,000 on coffee and
sugar, and a contemplated $10,000,000
to be derived from import duties on
sundry articles not covered by unrepealed
commercial treaties, complete the introduc
tory financial proposals of M. Thiers' Minister
of i inance. It is too soon to speculate upoa
the elasticity which France may show under
her daily increasing burdens. As at present
viewed by European capitalists, the financial
situation is considered hopeful, and a gov
ernment once assured which starts with fair
prospects of stability, it seems clear that the
pecuniary demands of the nation, enormous
though they are, will be fully met. It is
hardly necessary to point out the bearing of
this fact upon native enterprises, which are
more or less dependent on foreign support.
The financial competition in Europe will
render it difficult for any but the most solid
schemes to have in that quarter a chance of
jpay- PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD COMPANY,
FiiiLADKi.rniA, May a, isn.
The Board of Directors have this day declared a
semi-annual dividend of FIVE PER CENT, ou the
capital stock ol the Company, clear of National
and State taxes, payable in cash, on and after May
Blank powers of attorney for collecting dividends
can be had at the office of the company.
The office will be open at 8 A. M., and close at 8
P. M., from May SO to June 2, for the payment of
dividends, and after that date from 9 A. M. to 3
P. M. THOMAS T. FIRTH,
6 8 m Treasurer.
TO HOLDERS OF OHIO STATE STOCKS.
Notice la hereby given that the Interest due
July 1, 1871, on tne Funded Debt of the State of
Ohio, will b9 paid at the American Exchange
National Bank, in the City of New York, from the
1st to the 16th proximo, and thereafter at our office
in this city.
The trausrer dooks win oe ciosea ior one month
from the 15th lnia.
Columbus, Ohio, June 12, 1871. 6 17 lm
l JAMEs H. (IuDMaN, Andltorof State.
; Isaac B. SHERWOOD, Sec. of State.
Commissioners of Sinking F"und of State of Ohio. '
KW STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, TREA-
Colombia, 8. C, June 1, 1971.
The Interest maturtnir Julv 1. 1971. noon the
Bonds of the State of South Carolina, will be paid
in gold on and after July 1, at the Banking House of
it. u. Kimpton. Financial Agent or tne state, No. 9
Nassau street. New York, and at the South Carolina
Bank and Trust Company, In Columbia.
me interest maturing upon itegisterea ssiock at
that time will be paid at the Treasury Office only.
e ii sut JSiLts u. rAKKK.il, state Treasurer.
gy- J. k L L. BARRICK'S LKUIT1M.ATE
Tailoring isiaonsnruent, no. i d. tu.itii
Street, where you can get the best suit for the least
money, where, furnishing your own material you
can have it made and trimmed exactly right. Price,
lit, and workmanship guaranteed, a gooa stock
always on hand, to show which is no trouble, and
to sen the same at rates not to be excelled Is our
highest ambition. 6 2 tuths26t
gy PARTICUIiAU NOTICE IS CALLED
to the fact that HARPERS HAIR DYE
is the safest and best ever invented. One trial will
suffice to demonstrate this, it is guaranteed to oe
entirely free from sugar of lead or other poisons, or
anything detrimental to health, and gives a beauti
ful natural color, black or brown, as is desired. For
sale by T. R. Callender & Co., and druggists and
dealers everywhere. Price only 60 cents. 8 23tuths0m
STATE OF ILLINOIS, TREASURER'S OF-
FICE. Sprinokielo. May 25. 1971.
The Interest which will become due upon Stock of
the State of Illinois on the urst Monday of July.
1S71, will be paid at the American Exchange Na
tional uanK, in tne uity oi rxew lors, irom tne ua to
the 17th days, inclusive of July, proximo.
ERASTUS N. BATES,
6 IT lm State Treasurer.
PILES. DR. C1UNNELL DEVOTES ni3
time to the treatment of Piles, blind, bleed
ing, or itching. Hundreds of cases deemed Incura
ble witnout an operation nave neen permanently
cured.- Best city reference given. Ofllce, No. 21 N.
T- T r.i'lKVrvif I a 1 ar o.
gy DISPENSARY FOR SKIN DISEASES, NO,
Sl 8. ELEVENTH Street.
Patients treated .gratuitously at this Institution
cany at ii o'cioca. i it
THURSTON'S IVORY PEARL TOOTH
POWDER is the best article for cleansing and
preserving the teeth, l or sale by au Druggists.
rnce 20 ana du cents per uouie. 11 wo nimmy
DR. fTrTtHOMAS, No, H WALNUT ST,
w formerly operator at the Colton Dental Rooms,
devotes nis entire practice to extracting teem witn.
out pain, with fresh nitrons oxide gas. 11 17
REAL ESTATE AT AUCTION.
ffi AT PRIVATE S 4LE ESTATE OF
1 THOMAS McCREDY. deceased. Valuable
Mill Property and Farm, over 7d acres, Aston and
Mlddletown townships, Delaware county, I'uunsvi
vanla, 17 miles from Philadelphia, near (Jlen Riddle
station, on the West Chester aud Philadelphia Rail.
road. A valuable mill and farm property, contain
ing over 70 acres, situate In Aston aud Mlddletown
townBhlps, Delaware county, Pennsylvania. The
improvements consist of a three-story stone weaving
and spinning mill, three-stry plcker-nouse, water
power (16 feet bvad and fall), well-built dam, water
wheel, fixed machinery, shafting, etc. Also, the
standing walls of a three-story stone mill, interior
destroyed by lire; walls very large and strong:
picker-bouse, slate roof, water-power 10 feet head
of all, and over SO stone and several frame dwellings
for operatives; farm-house, barn, spring-house, etc.
The property la within 17 ral'es of Philadelphia, with
railroad facilities. In a bleu and beautiful country.
STEAM ENGINE. Also, a Corliss engine, 100
norse-piwer, with boners, etc., complete.
M. THOMAS & SONS. Auctioneers,
6 28wths3t Nob 139 and 141 S. FOURTH Street.
WATOMEI, JEWELRY, ETO.
GOLD MEDAL REGULATORS.
U. IV. KUSSKLX,,
No. 22 NOKTH SIXTH STREET,
Begs to call the attention of the trade and customers
to the annexed letter:
"I take measure to announce that I have riven to
Mr. O. W. RL'SUELL, of Philadelphia, the exclusive
suie of all goods of my manufacture. He will be
ame to atiU tneni at ine very loweai prices.
HiUSTAV B if JK ER,
"First Manufacturer of Regulators,
BE VVINO' MACHINES.
Fntil you have examined
, . . THE AMERICAN r
Complete Sewing IVlachine,
Combining the making of BUTTON nOLKS, OVER
SKAM1M4, etc.- with every other kind of Sewina
L that can le done on any other Sewing Machlnn; the
pru e oi wiiH'n i oniy wiiu owupiete OUtUt: ,
Itf'Jiead the following recommendation; . ,
1 have had one of the American Combination Ma
chines for nearly three years, and cheerfully testify
to Its many excellent qualities, as well as its dura
bility., I had previously osed the "Wheeler 11
sob," 'Orover fcUaker," and "Singer." I think that
the "American" makes the most, perfect stitch of
all sewing machines, and dechledly prefer It to any
other machine that I am familiar with. It requires
hardly any eirort to rnn It, and its entire operation
is exceedingly simple and eav.
, JENNIK a MALTX)RV,
I Dressmaker, No. 11 Kroas' Row,
1 Tltusville, Pa.
It is the best In the market for all or any kind of
work. It is bo simple in Its construction that a child
may readily guide It. My family would not be with
out It tinder anr circumstances.
J. It BROOMALL, Erclldoun, Chester Co., Pa.
Burlington, New Jersey, June 14. 1871.
Dear Sir : I bocght one of the American Button
hole Ovcrseamlng and Complete Sewing Machines,
nbout four weeks ago, for the purpose of making
buttonholes in lasting and kid shoes. After having
the machine one week, and having but onb lesson
on run same, I was enabled to make 600 holes per
day. 1 am now (after four weeks' practice) making
720 holes per day, in a superior manner and with per
fect ease. Am very much pleased with the machine,
and can heartily recommend it to all thosu wanting
a machine for such purposes.
Mount Lebanon, Allegheny co., Pa.
I have lately become the possessor of one of tho
new and wonderful American Family Sewing Ma
chines, and I feel surprucd and delighted with its
truly overwhelming performances. It only requires
to be known to supersede all others now In use. No
one need delay purchasing, for I am convinced that
thi machine nas arrived to a verv great aegree or
perfection. J. E. WIL.SON, M. D.
Messrs. Hall A Boslev. Gents: Tne American
Machine which 1 bought of you last spring gives me
the highest satisfaction. I have received hardly any
instruction, yet can do all kinds of sewing ou it with
perfect ease. The best thing I can wish for any
housekeeper is that she may have as perfect a Sew
ing Machine as tne American.
lours truiy, wits. i. m. iiusivt,
Nellltown, Forest co., Pa.
Call and examine this wonderful Sewlag Machine
4 22 tnths3in No. 1818 OIIttSNOT Street.
WHISKY, WINE, ETC.
IKES, LIQUORS, ENGLISH AND
SCOTCH ALES, ETC.
The subscriber begs to call the attention of
dealers, connoisseurs, and consumers generally to
his splendid stock of foreign goods now on hand, of
ins own importation, as wen, also, to nis extensive
assortment of Domestic Wines, Ales, etc, among
wiucu may oe enumerated :
600 cases of Clarets, high and low grades, care
fully selecied from best foreign stocks.
100 casks of Sherry Wine, extra quality of finest
100 cases of Sherry Wine, extra quality of finest
Yio coskb 01 anerry wine, Dest quality 01 meuium
Xd Darreis scuppernong wiue ui uchi, quality,
DO casks Catawba Wine " "
10 barrels " medium grade.
Together with a full supply of Brandies, Whiskies.
Scotch aud English Ales, Brown Stout, etc., etc..
which he is prepared to furnish to the trade and con
sumers generally ia quantities mat may do re
quired, and on tne most nuerai terms.
P. J. JORDAN.
B5tf No. 220 PEAR Street,
Below Third and Walnut and above Dock street.
CAR&TAIR8 A McCALL,
V 0. 126 Walnut and 21 Granite St.,
Brandies, Wines, Gin, Olive Oil, Etc.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IK
PURE RYE WHISKIES,
IN BOND AND TAX PAID 834
ROBERT WOOD & CO.,
No. 1136 RIDGE AVENUE.
IRON STAIRS, LAMP POSTS,
STABLE FITTI NGS, WIRE WORK,
PATENT SIDEWALK AND VAULT LIGHTS,
Made by Brown Brothers, Chicago. 6 18 lm
84:76 Per Keg.
These Nails are known to be the belt in the market
All rtalls, no waste, and cost no
more than other brands.
Each keg warranted to contain 100 pounds of Nails.
Also, a large assortment of One Hinges, Locks, and
Knobs, bana uronxe, suitaoie ior nrst-ciass Duua
lngs, at tne great
CheapfbrCash Hardware Store
J. II. B1IA.IV1XOIV,
1 14 tuthsS NO. 1009 MARKET Street.
LOOKING GLASSES, ETO.
NEW ROGERS CROUP,
"RIP VAN WINKLE."
All Chromes sold at 89 per cent, below regular rates.
All of Prang's, Hoover's, and all others.
Bond for catalogue.
ALL NEW STYLES,
At the loweBt prices. All of our own manufacture,
JAMES 8. CARLE & SONS.
No. 81 B CHESNUT STREET.
P. OWEN CO.,
FILBERT (STREET WIIARF,
ONOWDON A RAU'S COAL DEPOT, CORNER
O DILLWYN and WILLOW Streets. Lenign and
Schuylkill COAL, prepared expressly for family use
at tne lowest c&hu pruwa. ia
A I-"u,1. u-i
No. M WORTH WHAiVia
No, If NORTH WATER BTBKETj
tuiiircn B. GAvraa. Wi.ua Qavtk
COTTON SAIL DUCK AND CANVAS, Of ALL
1 nnnKr. aiM hniulL Tnt. Awnlnff. Trilnlr
uuiuwia 1 ,
and Wagon-cover Duck. Alao, Paper Manufao
lurere' uner tm, nmv bo.buijj
ya, it CHUiiuiiiiawjrKni wtel
mn TtiriMjwinr. 1 wn nmnmi,
iTOWN Thelnman Line of Royal Mail
Bw amen are appointed to sail as follows) ;
Olty of New lorn. Satnrdav. July 1. at s 1. m.
CUt or lirunsels. fcatur1ny. July 8, 10 A. M.
Nemesis, 1 hnrsday, Jnly 13, at P. M
City of London, atuMn, July IB. at t P. M.
and each succeeding Katardav and alternate Tues
day, from pier No, 45 North river.
riAion ur I'AJNSAU
By Mall Steamer Sailing every Saturday. .. .
Payable in irold. rnTuhie in currency.
First Cabin T8 ; Btreratre .f3
to lxmawn. ......... so -To London... k...... e
To Halifax sol To Halifax IB
Passemrers also forwarded to Antwerp. Rotter
dam, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, etc, at rednoed
Tickets can be bonght here at moderate rates by
person wlshlnsr to send for ttielr friends.
For further Information apply at the company's
JOHN O. DALE, Agent, No. 10 Broadway, N. Y.I
" Or to O'DONN KLL A FAULK, Agents,
No, 409 CHESNUT Street. Philadelphia.
STE&M DIRECT TO AND FROM NEW YORK.
The manntflcent Ocean Steamships of this line.
Balling regularly every SATURDAY, are among the
largest in the world, aud famous for the degree of
aaiety, cuunun, nun npji aviniDea.
75 and 66. First class Eionrsiou Tickets, good for
twelve months, 1130. Early application must be
maae in orncr to Becure a cnoice or state-rooms.
STEEHAOE RATES, CURRENCY.
Outward, $18. Prepaid, $38. Tickets to and from
Lonuounerry ana uiasgow at tne same low rates.
persona visiting the old country, or sending for their
ineuuB Buuuiu reiuuuiuvr mat meat) rates are posi
tively wucn unetiper tiiuu uiuer urst-ciass lines.
Bank drafts issued for any amonnt,at lowest rates.
payable on demand in all parts of Eugland, Iieland,
Scotland, Wales, and the Uontlnent of Europe.
Ar.in w j r ; r;j . n j . .
Ko. 804 WA LXUT St., just above Second.
THE REGULAR STEAMSHIPS ON TEE PHI
LADKLPHIA AND CHARLESTON 8TKAM.
SHIP LINK are ALONE authorized to Issue throng)
Dills of lading to interior points South and West is
connection witn South Carolina Kaliroad Company.
ALFRED L. TYLKR.
Vice-President So, O. RR. Co.
ff-iTTt, T J T T A TilTT tJITT A lTn oTTmttwT.
wf 1 unci An l ouumanfl
2a2iMiilMAlL STKAMhtUP COMPANY'S RE
GULAR SEMI-MONTHLY LINE TO NEW OR
The JUMATA will sail for New Orleans direct
on Tuesday, July 11, at 8 A. M.
The JUMATa will sail from New Orleans, via
Havana, on . July
THROUGH BILLS OF LADING at M low rates
as by any other route given to MOBILE. GALVES-
TOJN, jriiAiwjuA. Kuv.:aruni, tAtaUUA, and
BRAZOS, and to all points on the Mississippi river
between New Orleans and St. Louis. Red river
freights resbtpped at New Orleans without charge
or commissions. . , -
WEEKLY LINE TO SAVANNAH. OA.
The TON AW AN i A will sail forbavannan on Sat
nrdav, July 1, at 8 a. M.
The WYOMING will sail from Savannah on Sat-
nrday, July 1.
THROUGH BILLS OF LADING given to all the
principal towns In Georgia, Alabama, Florida, Mis
sissippi. Louisiana, Arkansas, aud Tennessee in con
nection with the Central Railroad of Georgia, At
.antic and Gulf Railroad, and Florida steamers, at
as tow rates as py competing lines.
SEMI-MONTHLY LINE TO WILMINGTON. N. C.
The x'lONEEH will sail for Wilmington, N c, on
, July , at e a. ha. ueturning, wiu leave wil
Connects with the Cape Fear River Steamboat
Company, the Wilmington and Weltlon and North
Carolina Railroads, and the Wilmington and Man
chester Kaliroad to au interior points.
Freights for Columbia, S. C, aud Augusta, Oa.,
tasen via Wilmington at as tow rates as oy any
Insurance effected when requested by shippers.
Bills of lading signed at Queen street wharf oa or
before day or sailing.
WILLIAM L. JAME8, General Agent,
, No. 130 S. THIRD Street.
pftt. CLYDE'S STEAM LINES.
iL Office, No. 18 South WHARVES.
STEAMSHIP LIME, TUtt'-UGH FREIGHT AIR
LINE TO THE SOUTH AND WEaT.
Steamers leave every WEDNESDAY and SATUR
DAY "at noon," from FIRST WHARF above MAR
No bins of lading signed after 19 o'clock on Balling
THROUGH BATES to all points In North and
Sonth Carolina, via Seaboard Air-line Railroad, nnn.
nectlng at Portsmouth, and at Lynchburg, Va Ten
nesBere, and the West via Virginia and Tennessee
Air-line, and Richmond and Danville Railroads.
Freights HANDLED BUT ONCE and taken at
LOWER RATES than by any other line.
No charge for commissions, drayage, or any ex
pense of transfer. Steamships insure at lowest
FREIGHTS RECEIVED DAILY.
State-room accommodations for passengers.
WM. P. PORTER, Agent, Richmond and City
Point. T. P. CROWELL & CO., Agenu, Norfolk.
TTTTT TMTT TMIT A A WP f1TT A T7T VQWmu
to PHILADELPHIA and CHARLESTON
, THURSDAY LINE FOR CHARLESTON.
The first-class Steamship EMPIRE, Captain
Hinckley, will sail on Thursday, June 29, at 8
p. M., noon, from Pier 8, Norm Wharves, above
Through bills of lading to all principal polnta In
South Carolina, ueurgia, riuriua, etc., etc.
Kates of freight as low as by any other route.
For freight or passage apply on the Pier, as above.
WM. A. tvu iiijux a 1 , Agem in cnarieston.
..TT FOR NEW YORK' DAILY VIA
-LiijkJwSS-DKLAWA KE AND HA RITAN CANAL.
...vuuL-uia KTRAMHIIAT I'llMPAHv
Tbe CHEAPEST and QUICKEST water comma-
1 1 v,..iDAUit. Th i) nriplnhla unrf Maw VrrL-
Steamers leave DAILY from first wharf below
MARKET Street, rnuadelphla. ana Toot of WALL
utrnot "Maw Ynrk.
r.T'TiiAiiriu 1M TWffVTV.TTnrrp TTnFTa
Goods forwarded by all the lines ruuuing out of
Freight received daily and forwarded on accom-
iuuu.ua.. JAMES HAND, Agent,
No. 119 WALL Street, New York.
TT h. NEW EXPRESS. LINE to ALEX-
M-mZfT1 - x nHT GEORGETOWN, . AND
vfcHlNGTON, D.C., Chesapeake and Delaware
mnal, connecting with Orange and Alexandria
Steamers leave regularly every SATURDAY at
noon, from nrst wuari awvu uaajlli' totreet.
Freights received dally.
HYDE A TYLER, Agents, Georgetown, D. C.
M. EJUDRLDGE & CO., Agents, Alexandria, Va.
tP 'fc. DELAWARE AND CHESAPEAKE
ESJajCL, TOW-BOAT COMPANY.
towed between Philadelphia. Baltimore.
Havre-de-Grace, Delaware City, and Intermediate
CAPTAIN JOHN LATTonLIN. Superintendent.
OFFICE, No, 13 South WHARVES,
WILLIAM P. CLYDE A CO..
For all tne aoove lines,
No. 18 SOUTH WHARVE8, Philadelphia,
where further Information may be obtained.
LORII.LARD STEAMSHIP "OOMPAA Y
FOR N12W TOKK,
SAILING IUESDA1S, THURSDAYS, AND SAT.
URDAYS AT NOON.
INSURANCE ONE-EIGHTH OF CNE PER CENT,
No bill of lading or receipt signed for less than
fifty cent a, and no Insurance effected for less than
one dollar premium.
For farther particulars and rates apply at Com
pany'i office, Pier S3 East river, New York, or to
JOHN F. OHU
PIER 19 NORTH WHARVES.
K. o. Extra rates on small packages Iron, metal
.JTV FOR NEW YORK, VIA DEa, WARE
lm m'r .1 .am Kariian uanai.
bWlHSLRK TRANSPORTATION COMPANY.
DESPATCH AND BWIHSUKIt LINES.
The steam propellers of this qpmpanjr leave daily
at 18 M. aud 6 P. M.
Through In twenty-four hours.
Goods forwarded to any point free of commission.
Freights taken on accommodating terms.
, r WILLIAM M. BATRD A CO., Agents,
bouU DELAWARE Avenue.
FOR SAVANNAH, OKOBOI
'THE FLORIDA TORTS. i
AND THE SOUTH AND SOUTH w ST. j ,
GREAT SOUTOKT'N FRffTOIITAND FASSEI.
CENTRAL RAILROAD OFOEOROIA AND AT.
iISl HJ AINI OLLF RAILK'JAIJ.
FOUR STEAMERS A .WEEK.
TUESDAYS, . v ' . , VJ t
- AND SAT a fS.
' ' THE STEAM 8TTIP8 1 ' '
BAN SALVADOR, Captain Nlckersoa. from Pier
No. 8 North River.
WM. K. GARRISON, Agent,
No. 6 Bowui.g Green.
" MONTGOMERY. Cftpuia FalrclotTL from Pier No.
13 North River.
A. IaJwden, Agent,
No. S3 NV est street '
' LEO. Certain Dearborn, from Pier No. 11 Ea
River. ' '
Nos. Al and f Sonth street
fUtXFnAt. BARNES. Cantata Ktallnrr. rrnm Tiix
No. 86 Noith River.
L1VLNUSTON, FOX CO., Agents, '
No. 88 Liberty street.
Insurance by this line ONE-HALF PER CENT,
fupertor accommodations for passengers.
Through rates aud bills of ladiog In connection
With the Atlantic and Gulf Freight line.
Through rates and hills of lading In connection
With Central Railroad of Georgia, to ail points.
u,u.onuia, uioituis iunub,
Agent A. . R. R., Agent C. R. R,
No. 8i Broadway. No. 408 Broadway.
THE ANCHOR LINK STEAMERS
Sail every Saturday and alternate Wednesday
umuii irora tjiHBfrow aim iierry.
Passengers booked and forwarded to and from all
railway stations In Great Britain, Ireland, Ger
many, xsorway, tsweaen, or Denmark and Amerlof
as safely, speed-ily, comfortably, and cheaply as by
any omer route or line.
From Pier 20 Nrth river, Now York, at noon.
Rates of PahBoge, Payable in Currt-ucy,
to Liverpool, Glasgow, or Derry :
First cabins, $ and $75, according to location.
Cabin excursion tickets (Rood for twelve months!.
securing best accommodations, $180.
intermediate, $38 ; steerage, 12s.
Certificates, at reduced rates, can be boueht here
by those wishing to send for their friends.
urajia issued, payaoie on presentation.
Apply at the company's oitices to
I HENDERSON BROTHERS.
No. 7 BOWLING GREEN.
ST A B
OCEANIC STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY
LINE OF NEW STEAMERS BETWEEN NEW
YCRK AND LIVERPOOL, CALLING AT CORK, ,
The company's fleet comprises the following mag
nificent full-powered ocean steamships, tne six
largest In the world :
OCEANIC, Captain Murray. ARCTIC
ATLANTIC, Captain Thompson. BALTIC.
PACIFIC Captain Perry. ADRIATIC.
These new vessels have been designed specially
for the transatlantic trade, and combine peed,
saiety, ana cuuiion.
passenger accomrooaauous nnnvaued.
Parties sending for their friends In the Old coon.
try can now obtain prepaid tickets.
; Steerage, $32, currency.
utner rates as low as any nrst-ciass line.
For further particulars annlv to 1SMAY. TMRTK v
CO., No. 10 WATER Street, Liverpool, and No. t
EAST INDIA Avenue, LEAD EN HALL Street.
London: or at the company'! offices, No. IS
BROADWAY, New York.
j ii. arAKn.a. Agent.
KaiiilU, Sl.al and Tarred Cordap
.- J At Lowest nw York PriMi and VratihlB.
i IDWUI DL. F1TIJEK As CO ,
VMtoir, TKWTH St. and GBRMAIrTOWa AvenMS
tor. No. U WATXB St. and El It. DBLAWARB
JOHN 8. LEE A CO., ROPE AND TWINS
DEALERS IN NAVAL STORES,
ANCHORS AND CHAINS,
SHIP CHANDLBRY GOODS, ETC,
NOS. 46 and 48 NORTH WHARVES.
ENGINES, MACHINERY, ETO.
)L PENN STEAM ENGlNtt ANjl BOILER
totolMS WORKS. NEaFIE A LEVY, PRACTI.
CAL AND THEORETICAL ENGINE RS. MA.
and FOUNDERS, having for many yean been 13
successfdl operation, and been exclusively engaged
In building and repairing Marine and River Engines,
high and low pressure, iron Boilers, Water Tanks,
i'ropeiiers, eio. renpeouunj ouer tneir aervieea
to tne public as being fully prepared to contract for
engines of all Blzess, Marine, River, and (Stationary;
naving icib w pbllcxuv ui uiucioui, auBoa, are pro.
Sared to execute orders with quick despatch. Every
escrlptlon of pattern-making made at the shortest
notice. High and Low Pressure Fine Tubular and
Cylinder Boilers of the best Pennsylvania Charcoal
Iron. Forglnga of all siee and kinds. Iron and
Braes Castings of all descriptions. Roll Turning,
tcrew Cutting, and all other work connected
with the above business.
Drawings and specifications for all work done
the establishment, free of charge, and work gua
The subscribers have ample wharf dock-room fot
repaint of boats, where they can He in perfect
safety, and are provided with shears, blocks, faua,
eto. etc., for raising heavy or ljpht weights.
' JACOB C. NHAFia.
JOHN P. LEVY,
BEACH and PALMER Streeta.
piRARD TUBE WORKS AND IRON CO.,
Manufacture Plain and Galvanised
and Sundries for Gas and Steam Fitters, Humbert
Machinist, Railing Makers, Oil Refiners, eto.
TWENTY -THIRD AND FILBERT STREETS,
. OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE,
NLa N. FIFTH STREET. ,
r0 FAMILIES RESIDING IN THH
We are prepared, as heretofore, to supply families
at their country residence! witn EVERY DESCRIP
TION OF FINS GROCERIES, TEAS, Etc.
ALBERT O. ROBERTS,
Corner ELEVENTH and VINE Bts.
WM. M. CHRISTY,
Blank Book Manufacturer, 8U
tloner and Printer,
No. MT S. THIRD Street,
Opposite Glrard Bank.'
LJLV ARM PATE.1T OFFICES,
No. 418 WALNUT STREET.
Fi'tinci I. Pnstorius,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Patents procured for Inventions. 61W
3 AXON CREETJ.
Is Brighter, will not Fade, Costs Less than any th
because it will Paint twice as much surface.
. mOVO BY A1X, DEALERS m
nW A K BURTON'S IMPROVED VENTILATED
and easT-f.tlng DRESS HATS (patented), in all
the improved fasnions of the season, ClLSdNUT
street, next door to the Font omce. rpi