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THE DAILY EVENING TKLEGUAPII. PnttADfTLPIIIA, TUESOAT, JULY 19, 1881.
Owning S-kpplil a i AnT imi- oo s unrsrATR. OFFICE No. 108 S. THIRD STREET. Mr. Two Ostrrt Fan CorT, or Twm.vtt Crura P' 1rK, payable tth Carrier, And mailed to BubscrnWe ert nf the City M tKlMtUM Put AKKIWl 0 D.i.a mi Two Huiithi, tnrarutbly la advance Cor the period rdrc4. AdvertliemewU Inserted t h na1 rale. ill rrftzigaift made for extended Insertions. Te C'orrrnpomlnt. Kn notice f an k tsVen nf Annnrm ' Comtminlc .t;-i.t A ht Is inimrtrd for lnenl n wi i aiitti"ii ,'e. l.y . nam. and addle., of the wrttcr-nnt ll. f-.-ynI) lor rsiNtration. hut an a eriarsnlce Ihr hl ""' '" "e d.uot undertake lo ratlin, rejeoied ( oininuiiiu.illon,. To jiVrtl(Mr). " Owtne to lira area! Increase In the, Ctrruhitini of Tor l. swim Tsi M.iMrM, comr lllng us to iro lo press at an early hnsir, wf nenly rriiist that advertisement, nine rliandlin a. o"0 an 10 i'cV. k, li pnasiti:, , to ure thean an Insertion tn all of our edition. TUESDAY, JULY 19, 18r,4. THK NTRATt.Uir PONITIOV or TIIK ARMY OF THE POTOMir. 0. TBANTI'n WITH THF. KIHUKK 0F, ftORTii or ri iinosn. It might have been easily fori' told tli.it the removal of the Army of the rotomac to the south of Richmond would arouso apprrhen Iom M to the BtUbty of Washington. The in teFpoaltlofa of the enemy between our army and Washington U to many the only clement of the strategic position worthy of con.idera- tlon. The late movement ot the Rebel bat Confirmed thla Impression ; for It If believed that If our army had continued to Invest Rich mond on the north side, the enemy would bave bt en unable to march on Washington. It U not surprising that these views are entertained by men who have but vague idea ot the topography of the field of opera tions, no military knowledge whatever, ami little opportunity of acquiring either; but even military correspondents write In terms wnlcb will be regarded by those inclined to similar views, as strongly corroborative of the correctness of opinions which are really erroneous. A Washington correspondent of ' a New York paper said In one of his late despatches: I bave no doubt whatever that " fifty thousand veteran troops came here to avail themselves of the blunder of un " covering the capital of the nation," Ac. In a letter from Washington to one of our -own papers, this expression occurs : "'They hare given a practical demonstration of one r " of the standing dangors of putting our army out of position to cover Washington (as it Is ' " before Petersburg), namely that the enemy " can, by a rigorous feint towards the capital, throw the whole country Into alarm respecting Its safety. This is a dwerous, '"state of fects," Ac. ''" . One of the prjn" elements which enter IntA mllFtarv.ni. . . ,i i..,r r . "Operaiioui., ia iu reiuuuuui umo to cfJstAORi' To be at a eiven nlace at a given JiiLe, is a point upon which military success i -depends as much as upon fighting. Distance Is notalwaysthesameobstacletoopposlngarmles. - In fact, it Is almost Impossible to imagine a case where there la equalization. Independently ' of the superior mobility of some armies, there Is always some preponderance in means ; of transportation; and of two armies, one may possess both of these advantages. The ' Army of the Potomac, at this moment, vir f tually Interposes between Washington and , Richmond; for the enemy Is not so near to , Wfuhlnirtrn In rnsrtnet to Mine. In the position north of Richmond, the ) shortest line of communication with the base of supplies the White House had to he t maintained. The line of communication, south of the James river, with our base of ' supplies at City Point, is so short that ' It Is scarcely entitled to the Dime. ' Supposing our army to bo on the north side, and a Rebel force to march for Washington, a column would either be detached to endeavor to outmarch and con front them, or else relief would be sent to Washington by the York river. The probabil ity Is that the latter plan would be adopted ; for ta men would have time to arrivo In Wash ington, and present a front of fresh troops to the jaded forces of the enemy. On the south Bide Grant can give the enemy a start, and send troops by the James and Potomac, as in the first cuse he would have sent them by the York river and Poto mac. Eighteen hours' steaming completes the voyage, and allowing a few hours for cm v barkation, debarkation, marching, and taking . position, in less than thirty hours there Is an army interposing between Washington and Richmond. On the south side there is direct - telegraphic communication between Washing ton and the headquarters of the army. No thing more could be obtained on the north - side, and it is questionable whether it would be as secure. Bermuda Hundred is an Im pregnable position, slightly to the rear ot . Petersburg, and on the flauk of the line of communication between Richmond and Peters burg ; and the main army is drawn up before Per burg, with its right wing ne:tr the . Jmes. whence no attack can come. On the north side, the army wis iu a portion wit ;re lu centre and both win?s were liable to attack. It has been said, that hid our army boen on the north side of Richmond, tliu ea ny could not have made his late dcmDnsirution. But this is not correct ; (or if our army had b-en there, it could hsve possessed no m re knowledge of a movement which proceeded d wn the Shenandoah Valley Iro n '-yii -;h b-.rg, ninety miles west of Rli h n n.l, th in it ihhmammI in Its urescnt position soumj ol Pfenbttrsr. The Sbuiadotli Vjll-y mist b" left out of the oiiestlon, for ill d T"n- of th it requires a sepuatrt column, h i in i w'iere the rmy ofths! Polo n n- miy b-. 4 dirprt movem -ut on Wi-iimtitu ci ild n"tbeso resdlly perceived by fun ar.iiy iu its present pcwitlon as in a posiu.m on tii ; iiortli siae of Richmond ; hut how is the enemy l make a movement over a country wii'-re his facilities for transportation and supplies were Impaired In consequence of the movements of two powerful armies contending the whole way from the upper Rappahannock to Rich mond, and when his resources have been still farther destroyed by an enterprising cavalry with the express purpose of prvvoMtag direct movement on Washington, uoald we have a better evidence of the impossibility of a direct march on tie national Capital, than the late movement o the enemy by the long -detour of the Shenandoah valley ? At what period our military authorities be came aware of the character of the late de monstratlon, la of course unknown to the public, but the tact that at a time when It must bars been in progrea Car several days. woops wern koi irtmi u army, and con fronted the Rebels, shows that If the army of the Potomac do not always luterpo between ; Washington and Richmond, It can never be because It Is not nearer in point of time. Whether the enemy approach Washington by the direct route, or by the Shenandoah r alley, all wo require Is knowledge of the sstoTCineat, sad that can be obtained Aqoi this side. It was natural to suppose thst the Rebels would return to Richmond after re lieving Lynchburg, and the march down the valley was probably the result of an after thought. Be that, however, as It miy, It is probable that at Washington they were not apprized of the fact as early as tbey should hare been. This absence of early informa tion is In no respect owing to the present position of the Army of the Potomrto, and would have existed In exactly the same de gree If the army had been on the south side of Richmond, when the emergency would have been met in precisely the same wuy ns that which mnde the Rebel intentions on Washington prove abortive. THK CAM. IOK WOllt 1I. We said some weeks ago that the President would be compiled by the necessities of the War to call for several hundred thousand more men, and our prophecy is already fulfilled. The proclamation dcmiinils half a million of fresh troops, to be raised hy volunteering before the fifth of next September, and if not, then to be drafted. There is time enough for each Slate, each county, each township, and each Ward and rreclnct, to raise its quota by volunteer enlistments before Hip period named, provided the right method, means, and energies are employed In the work. And it Is surely most desliahle that the men who are to go into the field under this last mil should go as volunteers rather than as con scripts. Any person who Is forced into mili tary service aguinst not only his will but his tastes and conscience, never makes a valuable recruit himself, while ho is apt to injure some better soldier, whom his contact contaminates and demoralizes. But, besides the superiority of volunteers over drafted men In flghrlng qualities, and the like, It Is much more creditable to a com munity to furnish the Government freely with all its share of the soldiers successively called for In the public defense, than to hang back In sullen or treasonable indifference and su pincness until tho War Department is literally compelled to take its citizens by lottery, aud actually drag or drive them into the ranks of the army. This good old Keystone State has, fortunately for her reputation in history, thus fur answered almost every cull of the Presi dent with volunteers, and there is no reason in the world why her proportion under this latest requisition of Mr. Lincoln should not be entirely supplied by free recruiting bofore the fifth of September next, Immediately after which date the order for a dralt will be exe cuted. It is to be regretted, however tfca ifo jxfi of Congressjoft H.AtVetlonary with tho ja!oflve'to accept men for one or throe years. The shortest term of service should be for three years or the war, and the Presi dent should have resolved, in view of his authority to do so, to muke no draft and to accept of no volunteers for a less period than the one we have named. The Government aud the country have already experienced tho sad inconvenience of a transitory and fluc tuating army, which disappears about the time t:mt it becomes thoroughly disciplined, well seasoned, and qualified for its work, and requires to be cither supplemented or entire'y replaced by an equal or greater number of raw recruits. The serious disadvantage of this system was painfully experienced by Washington, during our Revolutionary War, and the severe manner in which he de nounced it in the following extract from a let ter addressed by him to Congress about that time, ought to constrain the Administration to avoid short-lived armies. Washington said : " To one who has been wino.ss to the evils brought unon us by short cnlnamcnts, the svs- " tun ii.urs to huve bjun porniuous beyond description, and a crowd or motives preeit " therm elves to dictate a change. It may easily " be shown tbat all the misfortunes we have met wiih in the military line are to be attributed to this caut-e. Had we formed a permanent " annv in the beginning, which, by tliecont nu ances ot tue si me men in service, noil been "tupable of discipline, we never sho.ild huva " bad to retreat niih a handful 1 ot men across the Deluwnre, In 1770, trembling for the fate of " America, v.hicli nothing but the infatuation of " the enemy could have tared ; we sn mid o t " have remained till the succeeding winter at their mercy, with sometimes scarce y a sititt clentboiiy of men to mount the ordinary gaaids " liable at every moment to be disnipaled, if nicy nuu oniy luougm proper to tnarcn ugtin-t us ; no should not have been under the uecc: 11 felly of fighting at lirancly wine with an una ual " number of raw troops, and afterwards of seeing " l'biladclphiu fall a prey to a victorious unny ; " we should not have been at Valley i'orge wall " less than hull' of the force of the enemy, duiti- Into ot everything, m u si'Uitlou nattier to " re.-iht nor to retire ; we should not have seen " New York left with s handful of men, yet an " overiiiiilcli lor inc main army ot tnese .-rules, " while the principal part of their force was (1 -" tacbed lor the reduction of two of them. We " should not have louud ourselves this spiiui( so " weak as to be insulted by live thou-and uiua. unable lo protect our baggage ami m.'.i es. ' their tccuriiy depending on a good countenance " and a wiint of enterpii.-c in tbe enemy. "Vt " atiould not bave been, Hie greatest part ol the " war, inlenor to the ei ciny, indebted fir our sa'ely to their inactivity, enduring fre 'ii-titly ihe nioititiculiou of i-eeing inviiing opa .r-uai- " lieu to ruin them pass unimproved, for want of ' a lon e wlncli the country was completely able ' to slloid ; lo m c the couulrv ravugej, our towns ' burned, die inliu' itauts plundered, ub ised, " niunlercd w itn impunity fiotn the same ci i-e. " 1 here is every te.isnii to b -lu-ve. that the w.tr " ha been rotr.ieled on ihis ui count. U.ir op " poDitiou In iug less, mudo the Hiicce-es of Hi -" i neiny greater. Th ' tiuctv. allou of the army " ke t alive their hopes ; and u' every neriu t ol " a iii.-olntion of a consaluraiee part of it the v " liuve flu 'luted tbcuiaelven with hone decisive " uih anilines, 11a. I we kept a perm incut ar.ny ' on fo il, the enemy could liavj h i l uo'liiiir to ' hope for, and would In all probability hue lis " t. in-d to terms long nincc. If the army is left " in in pn fci nt aiiuation, it must continue an ' i-iicourecmcnt to the cllon oi the eueniy ; if " it is put in u re-peeuilile one, it must have a "contrary ell. et; and no bin.' I believe will tend " r.orc to pive in. peace tin- iixiiu; winter. Many ciu uin-tuni'e- will c mtiionie t a no ' j.'ormiion. An army on foo', not only for unj- iber tiiiiipal. u. tun for s-'veial iainitii(iis, 'would ilecriiiinc the emuiv to pni:ic iiieu " Bine", ai.d inabeuato in-i.-t upon favor ililc "teitm ia forcible Innuuriue. An army iu' i,' " nilicant in numbers, ilis.-ali.ii-.' I, ciuinbliu to ' pieces, would be the strongest teinp'aiion ttiey " could Jiavc to try theexpei imeuta li tie l.ingcr. " It is an old maxim that the am est w ly to inile ' a good peace is to bo well prepared for war." These reflections of Wawiiixoton are as applicable now as when they were first ex pressed. Tho present war is not likely to be a short one, and ull preparations and pro visions for It that are based on the idea that It will end this yeur or next, must full short of the probable exigencies of the Government, 1IF.AI.TII THF ARMY. We observe in many of our most influential contemporaries an inclination to fear detri mental results in our army from what is called the " malaria qf the Jamea rleer." It our Copperhead co-luborers were to play upon this chord only, we should take no trouble to chow them their error, but we feel it Incumbent upon us in our duty as public journalists, to point out not only a popular error In regard to the present position of our army, but also the causes of it. When our troops were operating; among the bottom lands of the peninsula of Virginia, where mire and tussock formed the prominent features of the soli, the malarious influence was powerfully present among our men. Tbey died by scores from typhus, typhoid, bilious, Intermittent, and nervous (even. The Inhabitants of tbj region die almost altogether of what is called I ague and fever, which attacks whole families in the spring and fall seasons. i Our army Is free from this malaria now, and Is far aliove tbe region of swamps or marshy ground. It occupies a district remarkable for salubrity. Colonel William It y itr. one of I the early crown proprietors of the land, has placed It upon record, that li.nl the first set tlers of Virginia placed Jamestown where City Point Is, "it would have been a town (I7WI) of nMe and considerable population." The city of Petersburg Is very healthy, and lisd very little sickness when Norfolk was lH-Ing devastated with the yellow fever some years since. In view of this fact the Rebel Government, early in the war, seined all eligible buildings about the place for hospital purposes. Next to t lie Valley of Virginia, where I.ynelibiir'' and Staunton lire, the laud between tbe Appomattox and Black water rivers, alwive Sandy Point, Is the very healthi est In the Stale. In the county of Prince George, where the bulk of our army is now encamped, we find nothing but hlh roHinij; ground, mostly under cultivation, and, con sequently, quite open. Malurious fevers, or epidemic fevers, are seldom met wllh there; the prevailing com plaints being those arising from a disordered liver probably the most controllable of all diseases as a class. There Is but. one meadow in the neighborhood of our army, and this one lies Just east of Blandford, and south of the City Vol n t Railroad. This is generally quite dry In tite summer season, ns are many of the rivulets which spring from surrounding hills In the vicinity. The present season has been one ofunusu.il drouth, and all of these streams are now gone until winter rains cause their fountain-heads to burst forth again. Kven the Bluckwatcr river Is dry, we are informed by a Petersburg paper, as if this was a rare event. Yet so small a stream is the Bluckwatcr creek, run ning just south of the present position of General Baiii.ow'b Division (our left wing), that It Is a very common thing among tbe natives to drive their horses down and find Muo water thar." This "dry spell" will not increase sickness or acute suffering In th.t army beyond causing a temporary want of water to bathe in. If the troops nre careful they will always Mud enough to drink in the admirable, cool, and clear water springs of the region, which are to be lound on every hill side In any event, our troops will always find the limpid Appomattox well filled, nnd the James river is as inexhaustible as is our own noble Dcluwure. '"GenWn! 0 It ART lias contracted liis "es re. cently, not becauso he fears tho Rebels, the malaria, or the absolute wuut of water, but for a reason best known to himself, and one which will be considered good by the Iicbcls a month hence. We have written all of this to quiet the fears ol the credulous in such mat ers, and we wish to place It on record now that it was another general who held the Army of the Potomac in the swamps. General Git ant never went where they were, and we think he never will. lie has always been a stickler about the axiom that the losses in action are small compared to those which arise from the diseases of the camp In bud climates or sickly regions. The Army of the Potomac has never been in better condition than It is now, either in beulth, morale, discipline, food, confidence, numbers, position, or determination. General Grant proudly presents mortality lists uiter actions, but his losses from camp sickness are very t-mall indeed. "lie fights his men hard," says General I.noai.ls, "but he takes good care of them." Send our men sanitary .stores, reiulorce nicnts, reports of harmony among the North ern piople, and strings of onions, and our word for It, they will never complain of their present position as an unhealthy one. It is not. however. rroQtiible to stav lust here much .... ... longer, ana we arc in receipt ol advices which bluinlv show that our soldiers will soon 1 occupy even a moro exulted aud (to Yankees) healthier region in a very few days perhaps hours aftOf tllist Is bl'ftn'C Olir frit'Ilds. Lot us be of good cheer, for good news is cer tainly in store for us. Ihe Hostile t'.urupenu I'lessls The ItitriiNls llloeknile. The Hamburg papers give the following as the reflective strength of the Danish ami Austiu l'russiau fleets in the N'urth Sea : Tho Austrian force consists of the screw ship-of-ihe-line Knhrr, (II ffunsjtho sere' fi'Uatc Srfiu iirzeiilHi f!, ui (jiiiii. j the ii on-clad frigate Don Juan d' Austria, lti guns ; the screiv corvette Fritdriih, 22 ; the padille-wheel .steamer .'':! bilh, G; and the screw gunboats II W and .s bumi, each carrying 4 guns. The Itailrl.l.ii, sere frigate, :r guns, was at llorkuni on t tie 2tirli allium. The 1'russla-is hive tbe piddle wheel steamer 'vi.n.ticie- Adlrr, 4 guns, a id the sc-e.f gunboats ltlit; and Basil:-.!., carrying thico guns each. The Danish force la believed t consist of ihe ncrew lrig'ite Mrlt Jm-I, J guns; the screw frigate J'I.'and. 4 1 ; the screw eorvtuto lh :ii'li, lti; the screw ship- il'-i lie line .sV.oA, 111 ; and tho iron-clad corvette Ihtnmhrnq, Tha frigate SjaeHnufl, 41, or till 'fnt-tt''ntt';n,-l, .'I i, will aNo probably lie kciiI to tae North Sea, with oth-T small crafi. The Danish Government give no'.iee tint tits follow ing potiS are bio ka luil: I'ill m, l)iu.i, C'olberg, C'smiiiiti, Sa inein utile, Wolg.isr, (i.tiii's walde, .S'ral-tuul, ami liaith ; .ind all tint ports and inlets on the east coa t of the Dueliies of Sclileswig nnd IIol tein, with the ce.'ii'ion of the isli s Als and Aerou.auif oilier pi ice-, aeliully uudei Ihe atttliority ot tho King. Osil.y ts .Mi;; iter, l.ieut. unnt Hunt, of I'tica (U iib d S aos ri gtilur ar illery ), rencmly fell overoj trd f com a lug In the Juines liver, and w is ttro-vnei. His body not being recovered by tlio lug, some rel i tives went down and drsggeil the river for i iu vain, laing afforded every futility by our nav tl olliiers. finally, tbey in inirod idling 'he river hank, and lo ind two negiues w ho told them ol another nero who hud buried I lie ho ly of a f ederal other which he found on the river Inn!,. Trot-ceding to Hint negro', but, th-y met his wile, who bowed the in the cio liing, siiirs, i-ic , of diu buried olliecr. which they rca lilv re.'.iguiz id as Lieutenant Hunt's. She also produ cd and ave them S'i7 In c it-It with his waller, wlii-h hJr lnihl utid had taken before buying the buJy, decently bhroinled in coar-e clocii, in tic: best cotlin ho was able to make. Iu a little while the husband returned, and, before niding tliem to exhume the remains, pro duced .froUO more, with certain important papers, which he had also taken from the body, bit which he hud carefully concealed even from his wife, because (he said) the guerillas often came there, and they might frighten her into giving up to tliem documents and money which they ought not lo have. All these were brought away with tbn hotly. Of course, the negro only proved shrewd, thoughtful, and strictly honest; but there have btcn instances of white men doing considerably w orse. .V. '. Tribune. In Knglantl there are mure than one thou sand eight huntlrcrl penis ot' church bells, none of them with less .huu n chime of four. The linen have twelve bolls, and the commonest a I ion t three or four. All the spirits manufactured to the United Kingdom are denominated commercially Urithh plain Bpirittt. Tbe same article, wheu recti tied and made into gin, Is called British compound, the aymlxjl expreiiig which is the well known but mysterious 'X." London gin is thin madi Von gai n) of the jnd rm ttiicatlon. 70 bounda of (iermin junipor berrlei. 70 " Ot Culiliidr eHtt lt ' ot almond euku, 1 ot angelica root. (1 ' of liuorli' powder, Li queurs are preparations composed of spirits of win, brundy, Mugar, and the extracts nf mt) atancea more or lens uromiUic; the result beimr obtained by dint illation or int us on. InfusjJ li(tioraaie called rat.it.as. Klixirs are certain wholesome or therapeutic liquors taken only br pOUlUUltf Mitrrlwt. II l rw'VN-I I W ;STivx. -On n 1st:. In.t .hyfvi Ir.y. Ill 411 Sm'll, HKSKt H AUM I! N , i.l tiHril),t M .1 M U'.AUI I LV I V.P'lii.y ..: Koi, an I. flMl. I'AltT.l Vli Ol T!ii.ni!r. 'h Tftb in.t , .'AMI S il vltt'LAI , nil nt on (Ib.R. . 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'Ihe rilnliM. and frl. nil. ol the hirnii.r nr.- ri.pi'eonliv lr. Hell to ulti i il her hoi' I al. Iinm li.-r mother . rr,ui.-n Iiipi r alrei-t. .d'nf Ainhp'-, en 'I hnrnti.. iiliernoon ;.l i I. few k, ivilhont luttliet note e. 1 u proceed tu Monu ne-nt t Vniftery. IIIM IMMIl:.-On II e llh In.t., ,IAMI;S 11 Id SK UA MHI. li II e I "o enr ot hl II-'". 1 lo re'n l vi una frh ho-, atel al-o tho H.trm mr t "il i No. lit. I. O Oft. F.. H.n the I'er.eveiiin. I. ItiMiBlhUI A -noeifiilon, arc rei.-i Tl.ilir In. It d to .ittetel hi fnnetal, t'om hi. h,t r...hh.H-, No. N. r'.nii'h .treet.-.i Wi.ilneM.' ev iiltrrninin at -I ucioik lo jiror.-ej t. I I Ki-l'o a' t'enieu ry. BUSINESS ITEWS. i liolce Slld diftvernmoni J.i i l'..ior, Itn. hi ki. Ki.e.11 K .e.T ati.i-.Mst. Uei, .V Re imp. ... Aie.-n anil Tk. ii o i. i a 'r t i: m i" it o it it i:it v CHILLED IRON SAFE SKHIOHHI.Y ATTACKKU. THE PUPILS OF DAVID EVANS, OF THE HUM Or l i V A H W A. T M C IV., ALREADY AT WORK. EIS SCIENCE PRACTICALLY TESTED. The Result a Complete and Total Failure. nil: nt.'bdi.Aiis haiii.v looi.r.i). DAVID EVANS iiaja, It la a verj .luiple mattar to dilll a. hole thruiiL,'h l.'J to 2 Inches thoroughly chilled Iron; pick up the combination of the lick, and open l.ilUc's Sale; and to llluitrate lill syntetn, lias found, acci dentally, a scntl.chllleil Imperfect safe; procured a verr perfect drilling apparatus, with drills Uie luost approved, and, I am told, gives dally public le.aoni lo the art of drul Ing ; also, that he succeeds, hy a very heavy presi ure, and the use of three or lour drills, tn gnad a hole through this seml-chlllad snle In from thirty to sixty uilnutes, and saya to bis pupils that any of LUIie's Safes cau bd drilled the same w ay. It won lit seem thnt some of his more advanced stnd -tits bavliiK found ft most favorable opportunity to tent this new philosophy, have already tftkoa tho necessary steps to practically aud professionally eiiierlmeiit upon this new ami wonderful science; 1 sny wonderful, because, if siicccssiiil, It was to open at once the most important salas and vaults of the country to the whols biirKlur profession. Tbe reMill of these experiments will be shown by the fol lowing statements, which appear in the "l'ress," July it, Also other city pnpers. Lli.i.lr's Ciill.i.r.li Ikon 8rr. A Horn ni'T tTN-.-ec-i Linn l Al rl Ml-r A't ItomtMM .The - West l'liilildelpllla Kiolnys I'litnl" 1ms one ol Li Mat: No. '2 IMnk Sates, piilehiiHeU.il M. C. SAl'l.Mt, Aeul, In Ibis city, so ne eighteen inriiilllH kIiii e. Tie' safe was left III the olllee, on Msrket street, Hbo e llroail,oll Hitarday afieruojli, ull ruht. On Sutidiiv, lit twelve I. M., the policeman tried the fiont.liHir of the nin.-ti, and ton nil it llnloekiil. Oil ex amine n ihe olllee he lound the burglars hint been nt work hi Hie sale, hie ti.nl leu wllh llimr a;iiir.iln-,. There was it tnoiti-if ni.ule Ih tie-ll-.or in irnt of tbe sine for the iti). pint ol the drill, and a imiuiierot holes farther haek lor mi npiunati.s to create a pri'-eoire. and ever. Ililiig done ap pno ntl to mat.. the iltilltiiK pcrtect. A liole v. ai loiliiu uriueii, or itiviiiiii, iiooai nnn nn llien I Into the dour, over the Wick. Ill tin- iinmuer no unuhelv i ii,-,ni.eii m nin.irv newspaper aiivcrtmenient.., un.i a would .it t'lii llii.t wtitt iit Mi 114 they mill , tin iron l-t'tMin 1 ttnli-r. fvi't the Jock c utre v :n ilioru iKlily lrit l, hut t'ould nut be drl mi in. Mt tlm Itttcii-kiiulu wtsic titki ii oil, and the kimti-islt,li-i. Hcru thorouKti y tritd, mil I Ley could tint to driven In. A .tli'duf ai (ii.sl u i il (IihT hull ntt frti-t. A iii'V Vt'rfH hliii'i-tl ltihtnil I Uh-door-lniim-H ti ry oit tin' duor. VliNdidnotsucv -vd: caui to ilif com lusioi tiny coil tl in it iti any way p ,ni; trnti' the Kie, hihI hit in di-tfiiair voluntarily ; not h4viH In tii iiiMiiitu'il in Jlf leant, ana liavliiu itill jilfiitv ot tiun; to wmli. 'I'li aiijUMiraUKjrti uouid icarlv llldi'HU' Hint lh ImhrUih wnii' nt Avoik durlny Sato 1 day uilit,iuut of .sniutay, uiid Hundny evwuni,'-' Iniitn Nation m, Hank, I'hilad 'li hlft, July 14, B'il. 1 do h-M'lti c.-rtlly Hint ih f tnti'iio nt in t tie Tre.is ' of tli !4tU Ii m., hi nii ii ine tu 1 illlt H italiiut Hit VVt'nt rluUdeJpliia 'It Hi's I Con hiit, Is ii eoiivt't a n I irn HttittMiifiii. 1AVI1 li. i'Ai;i,, l'ri:ldcnt. Tlie lolluwiiii! pu lulu arc paiUt'iiliii'ly notlceablu in the iilitivc hlati nit ii tn 1- Imt. I hr (,'! at It-MKih of lime of opt'nitloii. SitoiMt. 1 i.tt irtct thai I tic- oM-iatn.t h-tt vo'tmiiinly, nnd rit litH'iait-h tnkiiitt ii way tlieir whole Hpptrttfiis. liaving a uiitt-ii 1 iimt 1 1 u ic to work. 'I U,i. '1 hu t iti.at Iticy o Idviitlv ti'1 the inout hp pro( l fm iJli.eM lor diilla r thc i:itiil ntit lite groimd one halt inch iflo M'liud, haul, clulh'tl ir HI. 1 otirih. 'Il. itti t lh.it n ih K(,t vvrll ni ttard the Wtiiht Iron ban which art) thw cl idler , this Iron L t 'iu'' wo liHid tltcy ''un Id not oven urind ary iirtiir. - in li. 'I he hull tloii ctmraue wlncli the opt-riritr muni fi- ttd :o trj all other v e mi'-iim air they had lai i d Hl.d In ci i cmiiii'cll fooli d in the rent t- peritnent. u iiu U whs in prat'tit allv il iuoii-tfU to the lnd' hni tlar pro-H'-mom die n-ii iht or havid l. M'm' n-M ,eu in cht mi ot uriihn solid c-hilh d iron I to 9 int'!i-N Ihh l. Mth'y. Imt noiu Kh.suiiuiiu the 114 hi w a-. itH nn ami v 01 vi leirtitH.inll arni"d and e-ti,iipe 1 with th IiiO"t Hj pnnetl fHoll, (In: hnie, hhkI llll ie-t, 1111 Miicd.and alone, iu a fair Miimt-up n.lit, d n aied t l I in 111 . lo dd I nn to ie.nj I101.1 tl't Held, aiid.t'n out ti.ini t ri-r it' i-nii-rJ a M ali , - on inall huilel hole ir Hiii outer Mill mi t'. hi ii.iich lor Hand 1'.mih' Mcicin e. Alt who need a Mti 14 i Itor'hu l'rooi 8a;e til! Um wtil, tu t ike it no.v ol the kooxe lcl-. A WhIMi Tu THi: hUKti!.lt 1 'Il to tiiiikn a lew i'tiinii to ( enfl' ineii ol' t!ip I'loh iii-it, biuI nibitt efpetlHlh (o those hav iu;any lallli 111 h.iMtl K.tii-' phifosopjiv . A-ir-n-Mtrker yi'ti iiiimi lf iiio thitt onounila ha't to to liicl m ihK Isittv k, (iron uglily tiiilled iron, catill-it he Hii.ccMu ly dr hit in aii way piaciu al i.r theU'iilir, titul ilmi tour only ho,M 01 imici'Ca must he in nutlilM I'lf lion nt ll'oruii:;hi tlnlled. 1 be t-il inir ulu.-cl f-lmu n eel clioi ! ttia' t :e iron ! lli-iroiik;liiy einllc-1, A 1 Ml HI-1 IliMile tv inie t-1 ; I U. it T"ll orders ot rim.idel- 1-hut n urn ot L liie s.u iu-: ih livei' .l 10 the It ink m' tin Noithiru l.ioeriies, ).r if - ItiA 7ani' t'llnt-". anil itnv niiinl'tr oi oi)n-ri nilht ho Httih-d. V"M i.ihj ! aroiit-d th,-l I. ill e s i'i are iioihM drill i-r-e.l . 11 I'll t'ltrh Hill 'it.' I I n,i rtii.i'i hics ii nut) ho i-0-.ir Je tli.,1 a A.Hv UH l. Ii.iii.il iut nn ti.tid Ur- il -li-Mil.l Itr. A c h hi K. an' sl.i'foteitl, Unit lie e.m tlf.l! In) ol I,l)llc'.t HH tv it tiiU-t he i) with aoiuC tril'l ot .l-T-ftiict'. Il' Im Mile ln' el', till I h IU' H"l d t'Mii ik- t!i m.iTi nieiit. lie imdi mt are 0 imiih' hvi'i A Wjta.in ule t ih , 8inl -it i.it'-n. Ifuit i Is i y d.-sjii' t v lo aHii.-t uoi nl niiou in ail"i:i 1 , I e -li.m ; and i.tr it l.e 1 ,111 lim il1' aid to di-crei it Lillf 1 n e m t ir. lu- lo'eif-at in pr- d tor 11 In- r.m io-iv:n' itiivhn-1 di.t I i lie Tih' I- i"t hlli-t.tr l"""'f, hr Uliiv il-til.'"' Hie p .,,' to ut e Inn tiv A lilt I ri o. ' V vni t liie ,ie i kiitlti'Mit.' N-'iv itir-'n-orker- yon must f'i'lv und r'nud f!icdi- teieil'-e turlV'ei 11 jn l. t .t If t 1 j lo in of cl.ttVl ir-H, ftinl I loi h t ' ni' ii 01 h iL't-i a' n, ai.il Ji tiut i,h tiio ptl'v nn l.t I e iciter in cae of fc'ic. (-.s n loi iner. tin; iu- rrenoed rlsl., and th pr-.bnuif lai'ure, in'viit nu.re ih tii c'iuii'ibnlani. It i u ctnu.un and trmh);il hat ihk, t cit a "r.iuil'le m pnce in beitur tr.n'i a lion hi din.' ; " a tiu4ll but -nre prize may tte lmi'-ii hitter than a very aluw and nn. erirtiu nil', though lai t.'er. A wold tu hand 1.. mis, vi th Arm or Kvani & .u- The above test having ber-n lrt.id. evidently by your most advanced uttulent-, under the limit i.ivnrubh; cir I'lihiHtuiieea PT tin in, and made proieitiouaily, and to tliofnuKhly, and the result ro ititisiaetory, that ive derm tlni ttHt iiltfi fcUTth'li'iit for the presinit; therefore ndl Hi -t troul'lt? yon to te-tt the Sate on .M-.n-lny, tlie iMti lust., ua pruvloiifelv announced; hut utoaooii au any act of .votirit orauv of ynur iiiinrwpreiiematlonn may ie-m to reUife. it, w Khali expect you to be ready to make a further tent, thai both the burliif and tlie people inuyk.nowthatl.il' lie m Olulld Iron Sale u tttoroutihly tlrill-piooi, and there iie burLlai -Pio!. . . LEWIS MI.LIK A 80V, M. i SAUI.KK, Avunt, il Mouth uiini. street. r G. WiltnM a C'h Mssifttcturan f New and Drllcloai Confections, Aluxittd fast, CliMoUta, CaranaeU, Cresmi La Morla il. Tvla, axiialsltalj flavored. Jtoaatod Jordan Ainvmda, Ae., Ae. o. Uc ctosaut ilreet, ktUow Fourth. mk 4k C.' P 1st mo.. ertCK CO. 8 M ASOll mnuri ftrril CABINET riAios. ITECC CO OUOAH. I riAHAS, j. m. oom,i, vaaih am Obsati (Imt. I. li, T A Li it A V IS rC. aucxM-o to w. it. oaaarL, MASONIC 1IA1.I., R.j. 713 OnESNXTT Street, WINDOW H II A D K M, J 1 1 1 tfT AINH, Msi.r;it) t.p.iiiNo-4. (i irnVI-U'S MiW CUK.SNUT STKKF.T TilK VI HI.. M"MiA. K I .N I N' t . .'I'll it tlm in sin vat .:. I'f: ilnl ol ihfH' inJr )- iii'-, imi.i:fit . Niei'iM'iiiir dr-inm, AI.AIU'IN, (l 1 UK Hn.M'KKKn, l.AMI. 0, utter thief tnntitln' active pr?.iirti In ft -I It oi t'M'ltfrKliKSTH MAOMI'ICESCK. I'.Of lrt w II h Mfiiitiifirf-iit Hi.'efierj, llcantiliil limn ( -, Wontlfrlul 'rrfHifli'ortt'AtiMiti, Uniiiii Mtr lii i, A'f. ItosriAftl f4f rt m for sii (lirfi dan la ft-Ivtiiue. N1 W It O V T 1-3 TO WILKESBARRE, VI NOSTH PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. TIME AND DISTANCE SAVKB! tlY 7 M. F.XI'R'.S TltAIV, VltJM THK NKW DKtOT, 11UBD hTliKCT, AH0VB Til IMI'sOS, AIIKIVIM1 IN WII.KKSIIAItRK 215 P. M. BKTUBN1SO, I,oave WII.KK8HAHKE at 1 P.M., msklnit close en oecllon at Jtethlehera with North PennsyA sola i:irpss train, mill arrliein I'hilaileliilila at H-'iO P. M. I-' Alil'I Si-!! r. riAOOAtlR CUI.CKLD TllltOIHill. c:rA.itit, a n r. s T. ill". I-Jt II 12 IV 11 V H I I O N H, UNITED STATES NATIONAL WAGON AND OOAOH W0SK8, Ofllo,Ko. 531 N KW MARKKT Street, AnJ i'attory, comer of BCO.ND AND CtlatUEltLANl) RTRI'.KTS, eilll.Alil:la-lfl4. All anil arerylilBil of WAIKIWS, CAKTS, URATS, WriKF.MlAltllO WS, aral UMHKJt W1IKKLS, a.U,te,l to Army. Itoad, Sutler, rr riantatluB ptirimsos. All work warranted. Orders prompUr atttm.lasl to. Ia4-tf Q. W. SIMONB & BROTHER, 8AJ.-SOM STKKET BAIX, PHILADKLt'HIA. MANUPAC-rUllEUH OF rewKLHv, FINE BWORDH m Iia4-tf H1I.1TARV OOI8 1ST KVEBT VARIETT. A. M J Z W II A H II UH'ts t VlltitKMAM AND ItH Tat II CLOCK KSTAHLISIIMKNT, B. E. corner 8KCOND and CHK8NL'T Streets, riUIad a. Aiu scr r iaa iatknt EQUALIZING THIRTY-DAY ChOCKfl, A vtj desirable artlcl for Cburchci, llotuls. Ranlii, Cotmtlnit-ltoiibe, rarlm. Ac. AJhu, MAM I Al Tl KK.lt OK FINE OOLD PKV8. I'LtM KH Iir.PAlKKH AM) WAKKANIKh. ja!2-ly (.lock Trlinmlnm ot wvery docrlption. AITM. A. OKAY. N. K. COliNKR OF SIXTH and &I1NOU Hirecta, buyi lauionda, Watche., Goal, Silver, and Loan Ticket. XliOrtii IJri WANT OF MONEY, CALL. All buMneifl coiifldeutial. mylS-Sa 11 UN NO 11 1 M K I I I- W refund the mnneji If desired, for every lut o( Shirts whlcli fall in any rcspest. FINK SHIRTS. CUT LKM1TII WISE l" HURI.IN. Made nf New York Hills Muslin, and verr An Linen Bononis. t'lil M'7.V I'mal prlee Srt'OII. Wlllismsvlll Mills Muslin, and Una Linen Kusoias, Only $ I-50. I'siial prlee "i-.'iO. GF.XTLKMKN'S FUIINISHINO GOODS. WMITII Jk JACOHH, tuyl-na Xo. HiQ C11KSNUT 8tmt. 1044 I'HKHNI T HTKKK.T. Thd attrnlinn nf LMHK.K VISITINU THK I'll V. or thii-esbeiit l.kAV'INU It f.,r"Water in 1'lacus, or "lite t'ounlry,' Is respeelnillr Invleil to tlie eMruslve stm-k of WllirK ll.lnliK sullalile lor FIMMKII WRMt.li.r 7 WHITE UUllll-.S, IIWU.M.NU WKAlTKItS, H An .xlentil.e assortment Is olT.rM In Laea a-. t ami Wnrketl Kiluinss and InsertiiiKS, Vails, K i llsnilkes-ehlels, Collars, Hleeves, anil In plain ! hii.1 IKiiev riaiil, Ktriieit, and t oured Wlillo lleiiila AT PIlll'I.H Mlll'll HKLOtV 1IH.IH ! I'l.Klsl'.NT nKI'.ilL Al.l'K. 1U1 1'rinted Linen I'auilirlc Dresses. !' IK) plecea I'unvct. I'm. ted, ai:J ilrlpel Uus- 2' u,. i ! i:. r. ivi:j:ir.i:M. 6'M 1'IIKItJtinf 8TKKKT. ti'28 HOOF MCUtTS. ?HQ Manelaciorj, No. Ci-t A U'H ftree. U-wO AUOs a nixin nireei, I'tiiladelphta. VttolMatle and HpIhII. Th mn C' lnpleta a'oninrnt of LidiP, Xflifcet', and I'tiili'it.?. Ih-,-Hfcir'n in tht iiiy, in.r re'pevt flrt- t.iMi, which tor .le, niuati.uuiabiUiy, aud Lhvapuol, h:iw no e-iual tn the utnret ii fa made uoidr, ai:rtd. and rnaired. ieli VVM. T. IIOI'K I KB, II ii W 'X' J XJ M "X HOY E0A.CHES, BATS, MICE, Jtetl Xtuffs. Antas, &., & 1B BUET'8 VEEMIN EXTEEMINATOR. IT 18 1HKALI.IBI.E! IT IS 1NKALLIBI.EI Is put np hi I. ante Boxes flnc'iftOwt.. I .11 ri ailv fur u.e. vt ilhunt uitsirK w ith othir artlolea. liotl not hp.il or Oet lry and Wnrtht.-sa tiy Kueiilug, lise some iinw r.'i.n,ivu.. VmltMIM A KK KXTKAVAOASTLV KOND 0 IT. KA1B AtiU MH'K MB 01 T OF TUKIK ilOI.KS. Is Not Uatikarons to lis. f'.lvf s Nali.fsi lion to all wlio us It. fold by all Druuists anil I'sslws Uiruu.liout tn. VurUd flutes. Cintns. Be snr. and a,k for Flirt's Eilarmrnatsr, ta larte buses, svlib the red lati.l.und signed 0 ttta 1'ropri. tor, Hurt, Jr. tase noowi.r. . IVi.t kn laiiH.IENTIl Street, ahova Walnnt. fclaniil.vliirj, o. 1 JI VI NAL l-lr.'.l. abosa Walnut between I aulb and Kiev ant, rnuaosiaua, is. BSJ 8- KiWS.lt. n II. W1IIG1IT & c o.. No. 143 8. THIRD STREET, OrrOBITB TMK tXCHAXCE. Psalers In Ooreniinsut aud Btau Be. .tiliss. Qnart.r- vastcrt' L'hccks and Voueherf, and Uartidoatu of Indent' adiiesa. Orders for th. pnrchat. and sale of Blocks and Ian, rompllj MM.ted. I..'-wfin tf joiiN cnuur. OAKl'ENTE AKD BUILDKB, No. IU I.OIKIB BTBKKT. A lartl. fon. of kulldlDg OlSdlSJlioa of all branch! liwa ua Bsao. swiwnia AUCTION SALES. CMIAHU'S C. MACKKY, At'CI IONKKII, Ho. -, MAi'K I T HI. hntween Third ami turH. to. k or hn On rnl nirtr'iini', i . oi il-'ii-f n-(in, Tin W4fi,To', l p M tull '111 It IP n butW-. Af f..-H, i ata-hin"n, Ac, ! Ar C T I ' N UoTe. 8 ALE OF COMKMN KV ( ai Hr Hirct , OvfTi'P tllli t il aiVirw f., i WANHlfO.ro!. h. I , .t(ll- i li iih r tifii..n( Ut hltift l li11l.t .11iM't tifi.Wf ; -. Till K-l V. Jtilr H.tKCt. "'It Kl . .''-I t .'I. M" i. th1 t-rrif aid pn I KIHM'N, i n ALUMINA.!' Ml IIMMi , r li ''t 1 H- ;t, ! Ml A It. le. TWO Ul'Nl' ( V MAW Ilt.'l:L at f tr phi. . 1 he c Ilur r avHir) mr t h r tad anl had v hwn 1 iiire J i unfit tor th ) ,. tT-II ' ui i-iiipo " uwny ,i 1 tu t;ilnj iimj- h Hot"'' lnl-1 M '' f l-inii-'tiii , ui t o t-1 ft-adM'"'!: r-n v. JA.tJI.i A. F.KIV, M-ytirufht'titftnol ne! I i-it-f (. ut-ftn inter jji.fi'K (. dair Hm 'A3. WANT3. rAJNT i:i IMMIiniATI'M.V, Tlireo or Four Cirpenter?, At rv. s.Vi CAUTr.lt Hlrcot. j: la r.t TlfOS. M. ri,()V.M N. '1 O l'HOl ( -(.It Afll I'.KS. W A N T V. 1), A I fir.t ri i p'ltit.n tin lemliis I'ulei, a' Nn. II ' .N . I Ii .II I II HM . t JJ 11 ll ANT 1. 1 , A V K N (1 I X K I' It. Applrt N .-is CHKMM I rttr"t. if T K A M S T i; It WAN T K I) . tiii' 1 Or, mi MitM irn n' i Om M, WAlllsnroH hrri'ilT. Wn-sins'i nm, h t'.,.hilr . ImiH. W.inlM.nt nur. THKKK II TN iRKf TKM9IKU, each fapahlof dilvltiM witti littMlo and niHnn.ing nix in 11 It taint. Toitucliwlio ar comptont tft parform tbe duty, th p nr month wlH b thiitf tl 'liar. wltti ow ration n?r day. nd hopitnt prtvCeiffit, lucludlnif ttia boat medical aitflidance win n lek. Apply to Captitn CI! AS. II TOMPMK. A. QX.,V. B. A., rw-rnor ot VV t V -MH3I mid UHtnou, Waih- ",tton'I c" n. n. Ri'f'KKR, Ilrla Ut r Ocucral and Chtel uartnnaer, lylhl-tt Ilf pot Ol WahUlKtoO. li1 I.ACKSM1THS AMI WHKKLW KKJHlit Vi snltd. t inn 'ii'aiii him sstkh uriia, WAsiitvorus Oki'i.i. Wasiiis-. n, 11. 1: . .1 111 v I. ll. Wanted at ftree, to wurli In tl.iveniment It.'pAir Hhopa. OiiATteinia.tpr'i Depsiliiieut, liepol of Wsslilustna, llul lliinilr. .1 (i ) 11 d UI.Ai K.-MI I IU and One Hundred (lln) KOml WIIKKI.WKIllll lis. 1 ha nay per month 111 xlsly Dollars ($V1). wltli on O) ration per one. ami bo.pltal privlleiei wlien si- k. Api.lv ta Captain I'll tKl.t.H li. TOMPKIIS, A.IJ.M irnlti-d'stntes Army, coraer Twenty-scuind and O strerta. W.,l.ltV,.ton.IC. .U.0KF.R. Ilrljiadltr-Ooneinl nnd Cltlef (onrtt-rmattfr, iyt-14t Jepartiuuut of Wailit(iKl a. FOR SALE AND TO LET, f FOR SALK $M),i)Q0 WORTH IX GOOD SlJL Ilniiaai. In rye and mtH(on rernui tn ault pMfohaia, eitner wltli or witlMtnt liiuiiintirann, fr cath and good trade. Imiufrr ot , frni l'i to 1? n'nhx-k, A M. T11US.M. I'LtfWMAN Mo. Ifu? I?. J OUKTH 8 treat. COUNTRY SKAT FOR SAM?. A ffk apVndtd countrjr Uotidmitn, with ali modern mi ci-nvenlrnct fltid iwnacnof uroui-d, half a nitle from K annru H4iiorf, and ad)oliiMiir rlrktant mansion of ltaanS Tftjlnr. It will h U1 at wreat n rt orifice Uj owliwm, llallrnad and ti ifWiMh vrttldn flftn m Inn tea' rh.e. AppJy to 11. H. PAINTKU. or W H, WAUhKM., B1 , Wot 1 betr,la.,or JA(XU HUBlf , lUruorton, Taima. jai N ATLANTIC CIT Y. JOHN NMIUK, rRornitroit. Thin favorite lioune, which li moat dlhtrtiily altuatftd, near the beacJi, nai hten nwly re pa pored, ropalnttnl, and thoroughly reKM.rrHti d. and b now npon for the rect-ptloo of nn stfi. ollerti-f tin comfoHa of a homo, combined with all the luxurtei of tho season. Tormfl ntodermo, ))8-lm 10NGRKSS IIAMi, ATLANTIC CITY. public, that 1 ha e tiKiiln tAken ConKre- Hall, this bHnx tlie third year, and hav e mada every prcpnratioti for tb coming neuBon, tbe houe birw eniarMed, remodelled, new nirnliure. the chamiwrn with apritiK iu, ao.dic .ana will a commode i e four hundred KU'ti. ou will tlnd no btstter plae thn T JZtm Hull. It Ih the neatest to the mean til anv ot the laiv aAf of Atlantic Ciiv. bLlnf but one hundred janit rn the tMaVinthuii prenentinK itenlf an aoviuiiat-e to ; ii j. inaie can ihh up bii doiiw hathine tluin at Atlantic thte enauaer. Thr sand bar that hqh aueli a Kreet d aw baek a.st t nnn hat all been awunt awaybytliu hi. li thlen of lnt winter, lormliirf ItaeU the Dewl batulliK aur on urn Aliauiic sea-ooarn. Therr U an e Hont It.iixtoi MnsiC eiuagea. Attached U a splendid U.J Hard Kooiu. jia-u . w. hisklb. N li K '1' 11 (I U H 1-3 , ATLANTIC CITY, KKW JKB'sKl". G1X. 1). CJIJiMlV, Proprietor, (Long and favorably knuwn al proprietor of OY9TBK J1AI, E.IAI11 unu i;nr.s..ui oirooss.. Partita aAToriiiiinitati'd wltli Boats, Flshlnit Lines, Ac, Ao. Cars run to tl.e nniise etory twenty uuiiutos. jc'.t-a UN I T ID 8TATK8 HOTEL, ATI 1VPH! I'lTV. SKW .IV.ItSKV. ThtM celebrated Hotel la now own lor i ho n-oeptioaor uentM.and ih U' d r the nuperv Uiuu of (donl damaaw nwfrx. i nil nr htuvnin 1 1 fit i wen h.h Am ,-siant. Praelical and i xiieil-..ccd norhoni liftvtt been employwl for t'Hch dHpHiimeiit , and eui v oxurtloti will he matte to conduct the Hainti totl.e etliiro fiituractlnn Of the plhllc. Alter duly 1, "iir trtiiiii w III leaievinu rwoi lorry, dally; the last i.tne tlirouh in tvtui.oura, wan out stop pltiK nt the way 'aMmu. A prtM-npri -r win he run f rum the Htl to tlie Inlet every tiventv ii inute. ( llHHslt-r'H fia- under the dtreetlon of Mr, Simon llaai- ' 1 r, liati been ei -mc. d tor tlie Beutum riTAOlia Wlitiwiii taeng i je roonn wm nun'n ItliUWN Jr. Wul.Ll'I'KR, rrprletoa, Atlantic flty, NewTey . H B. The lnH Har wtih li last rr formed opp-Mlta t Ctievhore liati ei iiiely dtianireiirM, leaving th b-'ach on ot tne Deal anu i-iieni on ine coati. im lv XCHANCK HOTKU ATLANTIC CITY. I The Mubwiitlier. umieinl lar pail lavura, teivlera thanks to hi- patrvna aud the pnliil.' tor the vfeuerou cna trni when hlin, und Ik (f lea a to aay tliat lie la now open I6r the Benson, end rrdy tu e eive r-rder, purmaiient and troniient, i.n the moi modem terma. 1 ne "ftf win aJwujtfbefeiippi -d V.HI1 the ei:.-ent wiiip, lliiirs, and ciitMra.und Blip uoroid ale. Tlio UhlvawlU ba l wlUi the be hi the nmi-tl anoid-.. Midline iluea -'"1 'arkla always on tiara. Htanle ruomO" the premt-e.. All tlw comtVit-of a home c:ih nlwav le fioind at tn ExdiMiifce. UKOIttiK UAVtrAY, jeti i i ropiM-ivr. c O li V ill II 1 A II VJ H 13, A''1. LAN'l IO CITY, SITUATE UN KENTUCKY AVENUE, OI'I IIM1T. Tilt: HI'KK lUR'St El)WAl(l) UllYLU, l'roi.rito. Terms to suit i In- t iimis. )''-tf 'I HE AMIAMI)H, ATI. AN I'll.' C ITY, N..I., DrpSf-iK-d V mi on !if l-lind T-tiii iu nl f,4i. ltFi;iMij A VOI'Mi, I'rofiru U'ra. )tJ0-lni' 8 EA-BAT 11 INTJ-S K A-li AT1IINO. V .'l itis Al. II At T.. rAI'F !-! M. t'AI'l. M AV, M J. Clilldren tilide ''!'( ,:.ul'ai eun.1 .rianls h.Jfprla1 rxii.enorai-.-..ii:i ..'..! 'l .u'i li' r-snu 1UI loi III NIUi'l li l'KHSB. itit-im AAllliN OAKUI1.ISON. I'ronrlitur. No. Oai Uiit-MiNUi a, 1 HILADELl'lllA. Tills Houe Is tepton the Kuropeon Plant tlie Rooms e convenient anil well ventilated. Tlie Bestauranl oiiirs all luxiirlt-s ol tlie season. .,. , Jj!llui JUS. HILITAi nr.!., in''i,iur. LEBDY'S HOTEL, BOl'THWBnT C0KHB OF MDTII BndBANHOMHUeot, 0PP0B1TE CONTINENTAL Th. resort of Gsntlenwo of Kenned Tast., woe appr. elate a Pare Beverage. leJO-laa giARTETS, MATTINGS, OIL CLOTHS AND y Window BhaiUs, from Kew Tork Auction salee, i slightly wet.) Musnltlcent Brussels, ' wide, $1 31, l.m.,tl'.'0 and i;''i Imitation tlrussels, (paluted.) . wide, ,i. Ml .nd 60oentst6 4, 9 4 and 13-4 at propor tionate prices j Imperial Carpets, tl 31 to l'7 per yardt lusraln, from Ml wull to l'Usi Venetian, Ksg.aud llsmp, from nil to J cents per yard; MatllnKS, the lamest assorlasent ever ottered in Flilladulphia. from tolSeenlsa JAtd. at th. New York Action Ba' pot, (loruieily HfitliUiw's,) Mo. HI B. SKCOMO BUeel, nrstdiKauvv. Walnut, opiSMlie CofB tiOiaoi. PROPOSALS. U O TOSAL8 V O li K A Tl 0 N . (;i ri 0 lte C ft. If M'in ti-, WHinrv..t'N,,iil 1'.,H4. . r H' I I P- )'. wilt hi iv.dl tliJ "tT- otiid f l I'. M i f U r II'. - (t Aii-re nft fir turn t.tsatt M.' t " I in.eii litt-t Mn.ire", a' lie I .:! , ti, inn i tl i .ii .t hi ct-oib-r, l-ii, vi , i -v .. .. i rk C I -ili.tr f trt'i.' I'm I'll I, V ,t I Ipi ia, l'cnti i- m itt 1'iui' n, hiiric( i.'otonihi f I "r I ilM iii l r -iiiiv ot ilncf -l -iirtt ol ji p' iil.l tM rV dl ' 1 nt f alMil If Urtl iv. ,,1 rt I .il l-e i.t s l-i I r 4I1T111 ci h.-rd tf n ;-nf 1 - i 1 hi i-ht il. i.l , hi 1 1 i( . i oi I i riirif a A i"u i"ini't tp h'ini r 1' ti 1 i'i- if en- n meal . ami il ii irt -1 i li tu. , r. I - li i i'i.ien, t n p"M tl- of r1' e; nn. hn... n,,l t,f , e I., niii' l.'i.l - iiiul i.f i n ni-... ol it's r . d p ilsiui'. . aii.l hm. liMi.l'i 'l i tin . I in ' e .. I i in ,i 1 1 ii vp' :i.r. ih ili ii. tlteri'iM. one anil a is.f .i-u..il. ut t. a : mii-i-ii jini . inl . . I .ii iir; ti.ni iiisrt. o. 'h.r sr , i-iH' ji'.'Hnt i ' s .T M. i ii "e , or imi ami a f iiir b li (.1 ii. l . n. iii tie t ii ill". . it m aii't list' p 'int. ' ' li.li' iv. t nr Jut tn. nl rt'. an. I ti.ii ii srt. ol . I I e til i M. I i' ili-hv. ri-'t i-rnn t m ill r ot im t'om - .1't.i.ii.i t ,ir:n-r in i si h ti'iii : nn' tn'.n i i i'i it n IhiH. i r li.v Hu. s ti ne rstl n. ol uoi-il i'i ult.' . '.'"1. ai. nn lit'l'iiiti'H it ili. i,.rr ii it l.n.il .,ii i r i'i ks, .i ii s'i 1 e, lull,.. ,, , , , , . , ,,v , V.i, I p in. lil"S. p.Tk ; II. e ri'. 'i r . i'i i, fc : .ir . .. r.:i.i i l ; tin' siijar. r I NrW ( irl. isi.n, ,,r it, .ii v.) it; .,.tH ' n,,,,,,... isr raMle... v -alt.e . , t'. lie ol K.K.d qi alltr. A I .ill. .'. 1 to In., .-I'll,,,,, Ml ti.u n.n.i I,. n,', -,p.nt,.1t i,. th.i f .ii.winr ,usr ai.n'i' i ohm or tit AiiAN ri r.. Tl e nn li r.lfind. - , .,r , i n,. rttntr. of . si 4 of . in the tttati. of , tu-n.hv .'iisranti. tti.t inie ,t,o tii.ra'.l'-e t.. ol ,,r ruti.iit. s. all.e ile- srnli, li. In' ni i'pi.e.1, Ic or ll.ov v. ill. w it), in Iit iisi al...r 11 1' ri-ri Ipl .-I I I'i ri.ntniel t t eiiu.t i 111 i- it.-io- l. esi-ruie Ilie r.ii.triirt for tNi' sutii", Willi i o it s-.it .iit'iolenl ae'iiri. ('; i it in ' s-e tl.-.sut .-lis!) fsll to tnitT in' i t . rtrsi I us st"ns:il. - iftisrsnti-. make uo. 1 llii- iirinii' l"'l. I I'll tie otli r If II' . 1 I. n ln.tr I." a. i epti'il. Mtni'.-.: I. .ii I atnl His' ft, flu Irsnto. C II. ini.i'snl.K. I .r.l. crti' (list lie nl. . e nanril ar. hi.r.v n to me a. oi'-ii of pn pert), iiml ab.e to mska .ooi II. i Ir iii'SiMiili e 1 1. tie si'-'li. ,1 I, tie , 'IIIII-.1 BLUnp i.l. inc. aU'Mfe, UD i.a Mall-. I't-trirt Att'.rt.ey. or ( ..liei tor. No pri-i c.-sl will lie ton.i.liT.'a unless nerotn-anie i ry 11 e nl'i'i e I'lianiiilfe. Ni'Wtpsrer sntUorl7'.'l to pnoii.n ine nuu. win s I n II I- piipiT tiiiitsliiins the llr-t Insertion lo this nlllrc fof i-a- amlniitlon. tS'lMinils fft tie etiili r.ert "rropimis ,or ustinns ior iHoi," mid a.l'lie-,.1 il to the iiiutersliinrii. w . ,i. rsuA, n., Jl!i-tiiltu lit Msjor ami llu:irtirm.itar. J Ii A O 81 HUNTING LAOS, or sitkriob qoalitt, H I L K h' L A O H, OP BIrEItlOR QOALITT. M II H Ii I N V L A a 8, 01' HUPEKIOII Q0ALI1T. fclttlflf, Ilalllnrl. I'ulloya. flfco. Vholesal. and Retail, at W. H. E0RSTMAN5 & 80N3, yll-tf riFTU And G'HKRXY fttrooU. T II. I-" t H T 13 11, AWNINO MAKEIt, t No. 411 N. THIHD HtroeC. ABOVE JCII.LOW. TAlit.IBHEl lUit. AWS'INOB, W AiiOS COrK.RB, ILAOB, 8AI1., TKCfTB, FASCT VKKASDAH I0B WINDOWS. Al- kla.ts of work d.me promptly, and atumlsd to rt onally, oy JOHKPH H. FOSTKB, So. 413 X. T1IIKD STBEET, ap'.D-Sa AnoT. WlBo. p E ES ID ENT IAL GAMPAION. K I.AOH, BANNERS AND TRANSPARENCIES. wm. it1, mci ii :iiL.i:, No. 49 S. TIIIItD STREET, Alwv. CUasnut, riillisdolpala. HASUKACTIJllEB OF rLAClS, 11ANNIRS, TRANSPAnENCIES, AND LANTERNS. Political Campaign Cluba flitod ont with Luntorna. Badyea, llannora, and Flai;s, at reasonanla ns'.. jafi-:tai THE ARMY AND NAVY. KVANH Sc. II A H H A Li Li. . MIL1TAIIY r'UHNISUISIta, No. 418 ARCH BTRKKT, PHII.ADKI.rUIA. Banners, Segmental nnd Company rlajs, Bworda, Bashes, Hells, PassanU, Kpaulets, Hats, Caps, Cantoona, Ilavtrsacks, Camp Kits, Hold ulasaos, Spurs, and STery thlng pertaining to tk comploU omllt of Army and Nary Ofllisra. A Htiaral discount allowed ta th. trad. enrlO-Hm pURLOUQnS-FUlLOUQHB. OiNctrs and soldiers tlsltlng tlie city on furloughs, noodln, fe W O II D H , AND UTUt:a MILITARY EQUIPMENTS, ARE INVITHD TO THK AXTKKSlVa MANOr'ACTUIUN'O EHTABl.ISUMEKT osr GKOHOKW. HIMONm ItllO. 6ANS0M STREET HALL, HANSOat Street, aoor. Blark. PRESENTATION SWORDS Made so order attlieaboriest police, wbleh for richness and tnaimlticeno. oha'lenge ooiuitltlon, no other house In th. country tx.inblnlng tii. MAS'JFACTCIIISf JEri5I.KIl Willi THK PBAf'TICAL 8WOBO UAKBK. Ie4 TO SHIP CAPTAINS AND 0WNKR8. i he untli r-lL-ned havlnti laaaed the KKNH1N- TuNM'ltKVV 1M1CK, bH iu Iniorm lit friends and tha tiniruiia of the lok that Ue fa pntpirrd wtui luereaavtl i., ii.iUsh m ycfwmnmH's'c inot tiHviUaC vaniAls tu be raited or M-pMired. aud ulinf a praetleal ship carputer an4 eaulker. will ule ueruonal atteutlou to aUvttieleutntUd to him fc repair. rpania or At'iit, Htilp t'arpantera and Maetilnlstt lia uiK r-'oo s i repair, ai e oolu ited to call. Utiln the auuuey ior the mle ot " VVettomtedis' Pjrtent M via die 'oniiHj.a-on," or t 'oppsr I'tdnt, tor the preiarva tunof ne bottom., lor this citj, I am prupaiad U) ,,irni.hUi...n,.on..eo..Ul.y rrn..ti . KenslDk-ton Mt (W lM:a oifilt-U I are aA' tine. alMjva Lturel dtroaL i'.,KN Ol' llEAl TY. WHITE VIRGIN IV, . ot Antl l.'s I, tlie inoit pertei'i preparattirn ot lie apt., tor ueaiiiuvlii', v. nili'iinm. ami ire.ervmg tne ti niit'Sloii. It in made tVom pure Wliite W as, tienco It, oxiruoiiliiisry ij'islliti-s lur preseitliot tl.e skin, waking it soft, aintotli, lair, und tronnpiireiit. It cures chapped luinl- or hps, removes pimple, vc. Price ai and ooceuls, atunufaiii ri d milv i lil'N V A CO , I'eriutuers, No. 41 b. iJljll 1 11 Hi., 'I d mi's aouve t'ttemui, and ijlC hit .Vu.lU B. HI.VKNTIl MUeeU ri'HE KUKSCRIKERS HAVE ASSOCIATED 1 A themselves together under the firm of BOLTON, lllKDMAS A CO.. and will coiitlnii. the Car lloildln(. liimini h In all its branches, at the old eslabllshiueut. coiner, JVltiiT I-' IK 6tT anl HAMILTON Hlrei'ta. 1 JOHKI'll It. BIII.TOK. IIKIIIO.K K. llltftVjUi, TAJO DECErTlON. NO INFERIOR COAL i. purchased to oiler below the cost price of a superior aril. le. hA.MI bL W. 1IRIW, IIUOAl) hlrnet, above Kane, east aide, seds the ptnulne tACI K VK1N, hnt and purest mined. tgjid Stove tlies.tlls Large Hut, 110 'V 'onsamrn ehonld make Uielr purchkaeaat once.pr vlous to another advance. W14- -1,'ILI.AGE GUEEN SEMINARY. MIL1- HslIii. rientuber 1. Teriae f tary Hoarding School- very moderate Thorough course In Alatnemaiics, mu guetie. Kngllah Btudlos, Ac. PupUs bave buiertls ol "one. rraciieal Ivtaona In hnrveyliw and Civil atiiKlneot CTURGES FROST, No. 9 MKLHANio S Bueet,V.wrrk .N.J..-.n "iT Aildioss as above, with two eurcular and terms. Ag.nu clear I0rdaj. jelO-thstuloi DELIGIITFVL EXCURSIONS OX TU. ICUDIUIU. 1TEB Th. Bteamhoal ORKF.RAL HOOK Kit, Captain MAB l.K, leave. Faau...t .very uonl tot hu Iklll lLJiU. K l.l. leev Laurel UlU, UeiuVUA Cll Ut. sells ut Wl.sa- klckosl. Ill