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TTIK DAILY EVENING TFJJjGRArn. miLADELrniA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 3, 1861.
Grming telegraph A DAILT UTUNOOI KSWBrAPMU OFFICE No. 108 8. THIRD STREET. fl-V Tiro purr fa Oorr, r Twitr Oarra F Wavx. Mr M frrter, mailed I uirtra . CUT M Ai Iou ax. n. Axiriia Olta pou km Two Moarria, lnerleai la adrrae fer no idiiHIifiinH hufM it th enat A I")"! InuiaMt ae for uMmM kaMm T CVtrr. mxrtwiw. Itn Ma a utn ,iirf''n""niit'nn. "JTaatanar te lanaixlr tor '"Un-l -a4 fcr HwniM and uldroa. of ne writer ot nv-.rtlj f.,r HMmikn, bat aa a tareie 'h. V. m.rl dcrui.a I remra nweiM CouuauolcatlM,. . T ,.-. la ra. ajari- t rraat Inerea. la th Olrraiatli of Th FniMM Ti ",, compel'lna; na to lo prau, at an ? koar, anllr ntml that adarlmenta mar fca hxl'1 la a. kio J. n'olnrk, t it, to aucai a i a aaeTttaa la all af oar adlUoni WRDNE8DAT, AUGUST S. 1(W4. the heath or johx muu. We hve learned with glacere iiorrow that Jems Obtoo, tn of our ablest and most reapected citizens, died yestfrday at his rosl- cenoe Id Walnut utreet. Ills death was sud den, and the tact will be only the more painful to his many Immediate friends, because It was Tanexppcted. It Is too late now to write the biography of Mr, U&ioo. His character and career have tjn repeatedly sketched as affording exam ple well worth the study and Imitation of all young men starting life with no capital but their own natural talents, and a purpose t Wicceed by Industry, Integrity, and self-reliance. There are probably yery few of hli contemporaries who are not familiar with all the leading events of his remarkable progress from the obscurity and want of a poor orphan toy to the honorable distinction which he Won by diligence, sobriety, honesty, and Intel ligence, as one of the most successful meu of bulness which our country has known. By his own efforts alone he raised blmsel from poverty to wealth, and yet, to his credit he It said, bis wonderful prosperity and great riches nerer changed the entire modesty and simplicity of his nature. No one meeting him in private or In public, In business or social Intercourse, would e?er have supposed Joiim Gbioo to be millionaire. His manners were those of A plain, retiring, unpretending cill ven ; and we know that he never so much Valued the large fortune he had accumulated, M the sterling principles of Industry and pro- Jklty by which he had achieved his own suc cess In life, and which he believed. would enable almost any young man, to wU his way lo honorable ladependeute ' Neither did hlsDQuence contract In tho slightest degree the natural generosity cf his Iieart. As -he enlarged his means, he did not Harrow' lis sympathies and affections. The VoridwUI never know the great amount of good he did In tin way of private charity, bo cause the free and lavUh hand that was so often extended to relieve Individual distress, ttnd assist the meritorious bat uaiori.u:i,e, fdways, with true Christian and gentlemanly delicacy, screened Its largesse lrorn public View. We doubt If there ever live J in this city another man who bestowed as much In the way of secret benevolence, with as little general reputation for it, as John Gitioo. What he gave privately he gave to please blmself and beneQt its recipients, without the slightest aspiration to ba recognized as a Charitable man. He found a certain luxury In doing good, and be was so constituted that be preferred to be bountiful by stealth, and would have ' blushed to Bad it fame." But be was more .han charitable la a private way. The genial soul that sympathized wlJi persona suffering was animated by the largest pubDo spirit. It embraced with equal libe rality the largest as well as tho smallest Claims on Its regard. Mr. Guioo never refused to aid any public enterprise that merited the approbation of his sound business Mgactty; and most all of the Important inter nal Improvements of this country, Including the Pennsylvania Central Ballroad, are In debted, in no small measure, to his wise and munificent patronage. But he was as reserved and unobtrusive in his public as In his private deeds of generosity. Who ever found him parading his name as the friead of any railway or other enterprise, or eeking special notoriety as a pioneer in any great movement for the advantage of the city r the State? Ho was ambitious of no such distinction, but gave his money for the promo tion of every really deserving cause, wilhoat topping to ask how much popularity or social influence It might secure to Joan Urioo. But we have na eulogy to write of a man whose modest but honorable life U bU best monument, and who would not, if he were bsre, thank as for praising any virtue be pos sessed or any good act he ever did. In his death, this city has lost a most wortny n4 laSfftd citizen one of its oldest and most ex wplary merchants ; and now that ho is goue, it is to be hoped not only that his memory maybe duly cherlnhed among us, but that the Just principles which guided him through Out his long aud Illustrious career us a miT daot and a man may serve to raiao up oilier ni-u flt to fill thu place his decoaso has vacated. siMit i: to t fii.tti' et i !:(.. The prophecy is fulfilled. "If tho Ad ululs- tration dots not aveugu by adequate relalia- lon the massacre at Fort I'illotv, your tepro tioeps wiil fuil you ut a critical mo- tuect, and visit you with disaster and hu ' ndliiitlou.' 8uch, in substance, was the prc- tMoliou of a conservative Border Slate Senator. Tl at Liit dive indecision wliicli had before di htmrUiit d the fj lend, of the Adinluistru tltip, and supplied Its enemies with occasions to taunt und exult, stayed the armed hand of JtlMfa. The President, in the heat of national horror at the butchery, proclaimed bis intention to retaliate If the report of the Committee of Congress, deputed to Investigate It, should sustain the unofficial statements wheh had bn received. The report of that Committee established the massacre in all its fell and bloody proportions. The President permitted his promise to be explained away, and did nothing. If this be humanity, it is weakness In war and Injustice In morals. Behold Its fruM The nero soldiers of Petersburg remembtrd Fort PUlow, and, when capture seemed Imminent, led. That tendency to .Ki?eratlon whlch vade the American M 4UMtloB. and all sides of question.,, ,M h(knd has unfairly depreciated anil u in, otlMr ordtnatdywatlmated the negro Uooys. sver, Student of oar history knows that tUy V(t, sdvantageottsly employed La our prwu wars in the Eevolutloa, under Oolonat Cbbihtophib Obmux, a Rd Bank; aud U the last war with Great Britain, at New Orleans, both vnder Jackson and Packbjc- ii a m. Ia this war with the Jttrr. Davis usurpatloa, It is clear they have behaved cre ditably t Atom Island, rort Hudson, la the retreat of the wretched Stuboia, In the charge under "Baldy" Smith, and perhaps ehwwhore. But It Is Dot In tho nature of ihlnrs that slaves' suddenly converted to soldiers and rbur-flfths of these troops were slaves nhould equal In Intelligent endurance which springs from firmness of Individual will almot as much as from discipline In tenax-lty and dash, white freemen. All assertions that they uni formly do are Ill-considered party encomiums, or partial representations of a benevolent fanaticism. And In Ibis view, It becomes the more Important that their moral should be maintained by every Iniilnewing assurance. As prisoners of war especially, tho Rebels should lie compelled, by a certainty of retri bution, to treat them acsordlng to the civil ized usages of war. If the Government for whose existence they fltflit deserts them In thelrextretnlty allows them to be butchered, tortured, scourged, and enslaved It will not In I use desperation into their ranks If, Indued, that were cither a dlgulfled or Christian policy but despondency, and will reap, what the world will declare It has sown disaster. the TAir.i or KOriETT. Society commences to tax us at a very early ape. It confines the baby's limbo, and decks Its uncomfortable little neck with laces, while it mashes a pancake of ribbons on Its head. It stops the romps of boys and girls; fir so ciety has delicate nerves, and romping Is vulgar. It turns out the toes of youth, and makes It stand straight aud sit upright and talk low and reAise a second plate of soup and more of the pudding. With grown folks it buttonholes a man, who Is obliged to listen smilingly, when he would prefer to knock his raptor down, and go off to attend to business of Importance. It makes people visit at the houses of people whom they do not wish to see. It pinches a man's feet in boots that become tighter In hot rooms. It makes him swelter In a dress coat, when he would prefer to be in his shirt-sleeves. It keeps him out of the bed to which be should have retired hours ago. It takes people to weddings where they do not want to go, and where they are not wanted; and they catch their dcath-a cold at funnrals of individuals whom they scarcely ever saw. It obliges peoplo to give enter tainments which Uey do not enjoy, meruly because others 'gave partlus which they did not enjoy. It sends them to watering places or mountains, because other people go there. It makes them spend money, when prudence would toll them to economize. It makes them contribute what they have no right to give, because they are ashamed to re fuse. It gets them Into difficulties, because friends have behaved like fools. It wants to know ubout other isaople's grandmother, and to feel quite sure that they had grandfathers. Besides all this, society prescribes how people shall cut their hair, tie their necker chief), put on their hats; and, fiom head to toot, It makes them dress to suit itself, with out ever taking more trouble than to say what is comme ilfant. In fine, society taxes people in almost every way 1 or, if they demur, It dis owns them. But It should not be ungratefully forgotten that, in recompense for yielding to its behests, it lend us Its countenance. It seems, however, that society Is never satisfied with the number or variety of Its taxes. One of the latest, which it has in creased to so great a degree that It is equiva lent to a new one, Is that of wedding presents. The day was when a wedding present meant that the donor gave It spontaneously. Now, it means nothing of the kind. It is expected in a word, It is a tax. And a very great tax It was becoming, when some ingenious indi vidual hit upon an expedient lor lightening the burden. He doubtless considered, that as young married people were generally going to housekeeping, they would ned bread and butter. Therefore, what could be more appropriate than a present of a butter-knife t Doubtless, he acted upon the hippy thought ; and the idea has proved so popular among the friends of newly married people, that we have recently beard of one couple's receiving as many as twenty-five butter-knives. This leads us to suppose that if they use them all at the same time, they will know which side their bread is buttered on, even if they did not know before marriage, as seems likely from their bad choice of present-giving friends. We have lately learned that a Btrong anti-butter-knife party has been organized among those who have marriage in prospect, and that there Is always to be a tacit understand ing with those Invited to be bridesmaids and groomtmen that If they cannot afford some thing better than butter-knives, they must de cline to accept the exalted positions, as per sons opcupying them are considered to bo at least equivalent to silver teapots. WI'AT IS ?.iAAol A I'rcnth "Iueilal Courl" wad receutly requited to settle the question of vag.tbond oge, in the rose of a mail who was arrested as a common vagrant, without money, occupa tion, or domicile, and of dissolute, thrliilots liubits, but whose ife was known to ha a n' ppet lulde woman, and mistress of n school iu another town." The Court, with a keeiwesit f perception with h Is, wo confess, beyond our npirucialioii, decided that, bemuse hi wife via the afvre riit.ntluneil reypevtabla v.honl-mitre, in (mother tuton, the man was no vagab'tud, in spite of lndisptttalde testimony as to his utter destitution, disgraceful debauchery, and iui?r able nomadic existence (nothing of which hu denied). Now this remarkable sublimation of forensic acumen leads us very naturally to Hhk ourselves, and the community, what con stitutes a vagabond, if the French prisoner referred to was not one t We predicate this question, of course, upon the broad principle that a vagabond fa a vaga bond whenever he may chance to lead the life of one, and that the accurate definition of the term may apply equally to all ; so that, If the ease was not a cose of vagabondism In France, neither would it be so in any other enlightened Christian community. This question, then, thus predicated, gives rise to some singular speculations with regard to the precise line between vagabondage and non-vagabondage, as connected with the social relations of life. It is certainly a new theory with us, that the virtues of a wife should veil, in the eye of the law, the viced of her husband, especially when, aa in the case above alluded to, those very vices are the cause of their separation and her nnhapplnes ; and that a man should be allowed to make s beast and s beggar of himself, to the Injury of public decency and good morals, because s "respectable woman," with the capacity and KM will to earn her wn and her children's bread honestly, baa had the misfortune, ia year past, to have ba married to the good-fbr-nothlng. If ueh domekUe relations are to be considered at testimony 1B of iuch CMiif ,0j Bre to raise them beyond the ban of vagabondage, and Its punishment, it becomes a ttnw-trpllt- tlng question as to where the degree of the social tie becomes too feeble to exercise Its prerogative. If the possession of an honost, virtuous, and sell-supporting wife can make a druuken, Idle, prowling rapscallion a decont man, and by Oils negative power prevent hlin from receiv ing the only correction likely to reform him, then the fact of such a brute's having a "re spectable" father, mother, sister, brother, aunt, or, as far as we see, first, or even second covxin, or very particular frirn'I, ought to be an equal guarantee of his decency. In deed, the telescopic eye of the Inw might, with equal propriety, look back a generation, and acquit the poor devil of vagabondism, because 14 his grandfather was a most wonderlul (re " spectable, Ac.) man," We certainly have always considered vaga bondage as a positive and Independent state, morally and physically, centered solely In the Individual, and totally beyond the Influencoof his social or domestic connections. We thought, and still think, that a vaga bond Is a vagabond per e, and that his individual habits and manner of life alone make him one. That If, in short, a mm be. an habitual drunkard, beggar, and wanderer, without honorable means of subsistence or willingness to work for them, housoless and homeless, totally good-for-nothing, he Is an vnmitipated vagabond; and the fact of his possessing creditable kin dred or family ties only makes his disgraceful conduct more unpardonable and deserving of punishment, and Inspires a livelier feeling of sympathy for those whose name and affections he has so Infamously abused. That is our notion of a vagabond, In the teeth of the " French Imperial Court," and wo sincerely believe the whole respectable and intelligent community, wives Included, wU agree with us. BCCIESION COMSPIBAUY IN INDIAN i. Oflirlal Report of tJeu-ril t'nrrlna;tn Nnture, Jalent. nntt i'rinrlple of the Oritur or ' of l.llerlj-' Nnlut VbI. Inu(ll(liam the Nnpreme Coinmnailer Northern nml Nnutlirra Tritltor Work, trio: Tuitetlier, Ac . e. IIrad-ocahtkrs Pistbic t op Indiana, Northern Dki-artmfnt, Indianapolis, In diana, June 28, 1864. (iovcnior: In compliance with your request, I plm-e in your hanrls a partial outline of the nature, work and extent of a dis loyal society or order, now oN:ratitig in tho State of Indiana, under the name of " Sons of I.1UKRTT." I. NATl'RR OP THE ORDKR. First, It is both civil and military'. In Its first relation, it declares principles f ethics an 1 poli tics, lor adoption and dissemination, that are hos tile to the (kivernmcnt of Hie United .States. In tlio Iiitter relation, it assumes to orHnizf armies for "actmil service" in support of those prin ciples, trcatiiu; the Cnited States (invernme.nt as their enemy, and that of the itebelliou as their friend. Second, It is secret and oath-bound. Third, It is despotic and absolute. The penal ties of disoliedicnce to its olllcers arc unlimited, including the death penalty itself. II. I'lllNCiri.Krt OP THE ORDKR. First. Absolute, inherent State sovereignty. Second. The union of the States as hut volati lity and temporary, and revocable at tho will of any iudividiuil Suite, so far asconivrns that Suite. Third. Deuies to the general Uovcrnuiuiit the power to enforce itf laws, if it be the choice of u State to reject them. Fourth. Recognizes the existing ltcbcllion as legitimate, lcual and just. Filth. Holds revolution Birniust the present Government as not only a right hut a duty. Sixth. Holds obligations to the onler ns para mount to tliooc due a single State or the L'uitud Suites. heventh. Declares its purpose to stop this war, treat with Kcbcls, and make a treaty based upon thu m opinion of grades of civilization and race. F iuh tii. Declares a law of races one of Cau casian supremacy, aud one of African servitude. Ninth. Fledges a crusade in favor of all peo ples attempting to establish new governments of their own choice, as against existing rulers or authorities. Tenth. Accepts the creed of the Rebellion, its lotic, its plans and its principles, as the nomintd theory of Democracy, aud its own bond of colio reiuv slid ultimate success. III. EXTENT OP TUP. ORDER. Exhibits are furnished as follows: F.xhibit A " Constitution of Supreme Council of the States," Unit is, of all States that may join, recognizing the primary independence of each Suite. " The Supreme Commander of this Coun cil is Cominander-in-Chicf of all military forces belonging to the Older in the various Suites, when called into actual service." See See. 8, OPKIC'KUS POU 18G4 AS Itni-OUTP.D. C. L. Vallandighum, of Ohio, Supremo Com mander. Robert Holloway, of Illinois, Deputy Supromc Commander. Dr. Massey, of Ohio, Secretary of State. Fxhibit 11. Constitution of Uratid Council of S. L. of Indiana, Ot'FICKRS. II. 11. Dodd, Indianapolis, Grand Commander. 11. lleflren, Salem, Deputy Grand Commauder. W . M. Harrison, ludiauupolis, Grand Secretary. "The members of this Council, additional to tho regular olllcers, include, ear oJHcio, the Grand Commander's stall', and all military olllcers above the runk ol Colonel." Sec. 8, Art !i. Fxhibit C. Constitution of the County Parent Temples, subordinate to which Drauih County leiuple may be organized. 'Ill id Order, duriurf lbtill, was variously naraod, but lvuuirly known as "K. G. C." Kuihts of Jie fjoloin Circle, with whoso ritual, oaths, &e., I lutnished you in the spring of lNtiS. The penalty ol dn-cloture was theu death, aud this penalty was specified in their obligations. Duma; the tall ot lti the order chaiured nams and riuiiil, mid become tho "O. A. K., Order of Anurii in kuiylns, the ritual, sigus, passwords, &e., fif whii h are );: !'iv possession. At the meeting of this Order, February 16 and 17, lr-W, the Grand Comtnaudor lor the State of li.OiMiiu rommunii atcd the purpo.ies of the (li-ili-r, lia well as the views of C. I.. Vallandi;liam, eluniiid by the Order as its 1 load and Supremo CViiiiiu.iidei. 1 in raid uddrca. the procdiufii; of the Indiana (itaiid Council, uud so mtii-li ol' the o!llci.il pro ci rdiii(; as it was deemed best to pnii.isli lor the Lihnie information ol tS Order, pVvisi see Kx ib;t D, l.cii uiilo HtiiiCNcd. This r'por gives the lollnwinif Suites as organized: New Vork, New Jersey, Pcuusylvania. New I i i 1 1 1 1 shire, Coituei iu ui, Ohio, Indiana, lilijWjis, llii liii!ii, Delaware, Maryland ami nlissouri. am ides the Constitutions of the " K. L" reicriV to, there is a loriual Kit mil lor the D(','rees, the' Mime Ileitis a slight modifii ation of the work of the "(I. A.K.," which was aliaudoued only in May liut. There consist of the " V," Vestibule of the Temple, and liM, second und third Temple IX giccs or Coiirluuv. The orfcUJiUttliou of the " Society of tlio Illiui," or Demotrutic t.'luhs, does not involve lull mem beiship in the order, liir, thus fur, comparatively lew in each Temple are advanced to the Chapters OBst'ouncilx of the higher dtyrcus, hut the lower and subordinate bodies, and that of the "Illini." is educational aud probationary, looking to full acceptance of the general principle of the order, Lelore the advancemeut of thu " Neophyte" to the higher decrees. As appears from the official report of February 17th, there were then only twelve thousand mem bers in this State, and a recent report from a por tion of the State would hardly triple this number, that is, of initiates, though they chum for some comities full liatutliuus, and in a few cases, full KeirUneuts. Fx hi hits FF G and II give tlie ritual of said degrees. It will lie observed that the fundamental pass word is Calhouu, transposed fur use thus Nu-oh-lac. Tim unwritten work and lectures of this Order vary in different (Hates and comities, and ui Tem ples of the same county, though not in essentials. This ia accounted for from the fact that organizing agents, in installing officers, eoukl not take time to fully post aud instruct them, and the work was imperfectly committed to memory. While the penalties of disclosure are formally declared to be a ueh as the olllcers of this Order hall direct, theaa penalties an specifically given iu the verbal lectures and instruction. The oath of Ikkb spocrncjOly anUed tho death penalty. The am is enjoined In the present Order. Ii troetiomi to execuia tliia penalty npoo at ks ne supposed informer hare been iMaed within the hut two months. lujanctiona to arm, and much of the detail of aubordiaaie military feature of tha Order ore aUo given tn verbal lecture. Concurrent teatiinonv from dinVrent aoarce eon tlrrmt the above. Many of the document yoe have already oen, and they ore not iioeesiMry U thil report. tv. oit rations or thk ordkr. A few facts, derived from many concurrent aitirres, give sigidtirance to pnssnifci in the con stitutions and ritual. Of some you were advised at the time, thus: lf. Th outbreaks in F.atcm Illinois were mainly checked by leaders of this Order, on the finmnd that such outhreaks were prcmntiirc. This nformRtion comes from C'annda, Michigan, Illi nois snd other qmu-teia. 2d. A few davs before the attack of Forreat tijioii I'adw ah, 1 was informed that the Temples of the O. A. K. in northwestern Illinois expected such an attack, and that Forrest would cross into Illinois and raise the nuuulurd of revolt. He came lo I'sducsh but was repulsed. 8d. On the ilny that Mmiran first entered Pound Cnp, I was Informed at lndlHiiaHilis, in the morn lti!, that Morgan was shout to enter Kentucky, of whii h you were at once advised. At 8 I'. M. you showed" me a telegraph from General Hurhridge, that MnruHU was in the dap. This information, derived Irom you, was communicated to the secret Order with my permission. I pon this, two mem bers of the Order, tioth prominent, one Colonel W. A. Howies, of Huena ista notoriety, an I the other Judi o J. F. Ilullitt, of thr Supreme Court of Apieals of Kentucky, was soon reported to bavo stated that "Morgan must l" stopped; he w:is too soon; the Order was not ready for him." Juljo Ilullitt, who hail rome to receive the new ritual (H. I.) took the first train for Kentucky that day. The fact was, tliHt Morgan stopped. The in cidents following and attending the visit of M.ior GeiiersJ Lindsay from Kentucky yon are familiar with, and the circumstances under which Morgan threw part of his force into Kentucky, when Geu. burliridgc moved towards Virginia. Fourth. Information was given you of the Visit of Vallandiiiham to Detroit, his projected trip to Chicago, ot the meeting of the Grand Council of Indiana, June 18, of the proposed adjournment ami meeting at Hamilton, June 15, and that Val lamliclmni s immediate m all was subject of de bute, and the prospect of bis Is'ing nt Hint time at Hamilton. At least one Rebel officer lef t Windsor, C. V., and visited Hamilton lour weeks before, in the confidence of disloyal persons, of which I was advised at that time, by telegraph through General Noble. Filth. Five days Is-fore Morgan attacked Mt. Sterling, and the'., and L. R. R. was severed, written re)iort was sent, by disloyal persons, of which 1 have the ori-rinnls, that the road was quiet, that " no mules, (liniusi Slates soldiers), were on the line, and that a glorious work would liegin the coming week. Sixth. A courier Intercepted between Frankfort and Iuisville, who reported to mo at Louisville, as I was starting fur Indianapolis, claimed that Forrest mas moving upon Southwestern Kentucky and that a portion of iliiekucr's command would join the fragments of Morgan in Western Vir ginia. Two days afier, Forrest defeated Sturgis; Jliu kner, however, was west of the Mississippi. I give these among many facts to show that there Is a close correspondent e of design and filing be tween traitors North and Relicls South. The whole plot of the Ordur herein referred to is iu harmony with forcible interrupiion of the war. W. A. Bowles beloie rcfened to, has made no close secret of his disloyal purposes, and his sym pathy with tlio South. Jle is reported as one of tho four major-generals of the Order iu Indiana. Thu remaining three arc L. I1. Millignn of Huntington, Major Walker of Northwestern part of Indiana, vice Yeagle removed, ami Andrew Humphreys of Green county. The Grand Commander lias already been mimed. Although the new work S. I.., was obtained lit Iudiiinr.silis, by R. Harrett, for Missouri; it is understood that the Order is so far organized in that Mate aa to run no risk of disappointment by a change, aud that the work of the A. O. K. will retain its usage, as it differs only in iiou-cssenlials. Among the iKjrsous reported as at the conference with Judge litillitt aud Itiirrctt, were J. J. lling huin, Dr. Atithon and Mr. Itistinc, of Indianapo lis. I will also give the names of a few other menilicrs, for your information, to enable you to wuu h the movement of this order in Indiana, viz.; Dr. Catling (associated with the Gulling Gun), Mr. Fvert, of Vanderhurg, Mr. L. Leach, Mr. Otey, Myers, of Luporte, Dr. Lemons, A. D. liagii, Sir. Mellnde, of F.viuisville, John G. Davis, and Lnssell, of Cai county. Several of the above are delegates to the State Grand Council, of Mis souri; and besides, II. H. Dodd, to the Supreme Gland Council, to lie. held nt Chicago, tlio first of Jury next, preparatory to the political convention ol July 4. V. I'l RCOSKS OP TIIK ORDl.K. It seems that the main purpose is political siwer, by utdon with the South, regardless of men tir measures. The Eastern aud Western Council lenders differ as to means to this end; und ngaiu, tlio Radicals and Conservatives differ at the V est. Men like W. A. Howies seem indifferent to any Presidential canvass, and to prefer an early armed rupture and positive uuion of the Northwest with the South. Such men are ready and anxious for such an armed invasion us will give them a nucleus for open defiuui eof the 1'iiUcd Suites. This is not speculation; but proof is ample. I have adverted to some tat ts already, and will advise you, as I have the (lovcnimeut and tieneral ilemuelmnu, us events progress. Very respectfully yours, Hp.nhv K. Caruinotos, llrif.-Gcn. Com'g District of Indiana. His Excellency Governor O. 1. Morton, Indianapolis, Indiana. siarrltHl. HAItCl.AY-HI.OOMKK.-On tba 16th of Juns, by Hvv. H. Vt . 'i houiaN, at tba parsons, 'o. 8JI Cailiarlno hi net. 1 lillaJrlpbla. lr. vti,LlAM J. UAItCI.A V to iils.MAl.V J. l.LuOMKII. both of this olty. MooanU. rolil.lH.s-n MKY on Slat ol July, by ltev. J. W. LetMleiitiam, at tba Rectory nt Gloria Dot Church, 1AIL W. 1'OIU.INH, ot I'hllaaelpliia, to KATK .l MliiA TUUKY, of Cbaaapcaka City, MO. CUaltl Ujorr buo p ta copy. HAhlM.-8Mril!.-0n tut Slit ult.. by Rov. U. WaliUu.toD J niiaii at his nmldsnca, No. fti MarrloU nittt, lir. v 1 1.1. 1 AM o. KKAKI.NO. ol I!nlutd Slalos lav . to 11 ih L 1)1 A M. Hlill;,, both of thu cur. ll(IHOKi-Vi AT.-)ON On tha 1st Inst., by tils Kov. a. V, t.sl.liiton Jtrn.sn Mr. WILLIAM leil.titis, ol till city, lo a.AlwY, oausbter ol Jul.D SI. WaUKm, tCsq.,ot 1 itutoHD, haiein Couniy, Nw Jeraej. 1.1 bON-.v IL1.KH July 2S, lsut, or tli Rsv. Tbos. T. A. uqity. Ml. JOHN St. UUUaON ailU A DELINK All! 1.1 K, nil ot tills city. W 1 Wl.LH-lhAI..-0ntiHd lnHnt.lt' Iter. J. H. l'oti rs Mr. J. 1H1D WbHSr.I.S and Mlsa UHOllA, clau, bier ol tba late Uaptalu Levi i'uai, all ol lb. city. V All.ss WOI.KK -in Hit Presbyterian I'burch.at Le1.es. l.e:.. oi .iuv2stb, uit.. by the litiv. tl. H.Mimiiiio. J. r 1M.AH WAl'l.KS.ol lleorKFIown, no MlMMAltV 11. VStiLt'L, ilaushivr ol Henry W olte, tsi.. of Lewes, lxd. lMetl. COOK.-On tba 1st of August, sbi, Mr. JOHN II, COOK. Hue notice will b sivrg prtha fuQi rst. Onim.,-n Kolnlny, the ii liisiaat, Jolm Orljj, Ben,., . IVvlt tiVt i.tv tao. i 11 IiterdB ana tlieae of the taiuliT ate Invited to attend . the tern rsi. at blk la e e,aiei.co o. lsl.i tV iiui sovet. ns 'ri(.a Aftcrncon at to clock. To proceed to l,iirl HU'. ; III (.(i.-On tha ill Instaut, Mr. JACOB IlUl.H, lutha 41'tli i ul ol his aM:. Ins ieiatlcs biitl Irlsmbi, and Fidelity t.odi., No. 1M. I. O. oi ti. 1 ,,uio the Ki, ,ers in kcuvrul. ar.i ri-pitlullr hi.,0 t! te ail l i-u tl.c leiierMl.lrou, his luto rsslileuc. cur in r 1.1 hriiiikionl ri.nit mid lluiilmcli.ti trnet, on Kiflar , a.l' n. ecu at 3 o'tlock. lo prucieil to Odd Follows I V'W'xrv.- 1 1 .11 J. neill Rll -On la 2,1 llinlnut, CIIAULl-3 A. Ll'lKM 1.1 I,, In ilie -li lenroi Iiih iii iui i 'si iroin l.m inie ri'.iiieiU'e, lnrUy. Friday mora IliM ul If 0 en ek. '1 be relatives utlj Ir.enlii of tha tnuillv, . (Jlj hulls' l.tl 1 Utf. . No. 112. anil Ucnea.' T , lur Ko ri i i.n t, I li. 'I. F. unit liainlllou lj.ti.'. iuiiI . t'l luinbla tt'a'fc I.CHliA. No 111. A. Y . .M ., are luvilod to , alttml. Inti-rineat at JUottnt Horbili Cemeterv. nul l Rlsi.-.luiy wit,, a MnVuer In tha Ivternburn Ferrnl lu-snUal. ot wound rereivcoat Hi uum Nt,itlo:i, Juiie'r 111. KM, CanUlil IV. liKIV hl.h UllUKlU'S, t'ein psn.i It. i:.evvutli 1'eiius Ivaula Cavalry, m the 'Jltb year ol his ase. 'IINliAl.l. -nntlia 1 lnt, CHAUI.F.S T1SI1.VLL, In tl ittb y i.r ol his ase. It.t refi tons nun u alt trlend. ol the fiuully lira rc4ise.t r ty Invited ti attend Iiih lunenil. imiii his lute rcrfl ueive, No. li i hridlmu sire.-!, on FrlJay iiioruliiit. at S o'clock. UU.Klt.IU:lM.-Huddeiilv, on tha evening- of the 1-t n. -t . i li Alil.KM F , son nt VMII.'iiij ana l'. .M,ir.ir. t v icuerslieiui, In t..e Ulh vcmi ol Ins ase. Ills ti'sie im ndiiuri- Invlifd t atli lei the eiiiemt, from tlie nstdence nl hli parent No, 714 N. 'third street, on 1 hurstii.v a iVrni'on. at S o'oloec. W ill i MAN -On Monday, AiiKUSt 1. Kale M.,tal'iuit duutl.lcr ol J. O. aud Clara A. klluiuu. , rSH- ST. TATJIS CHURCH, THIRD ! B reel Tlila Cbnrch will be ope lor dlvlna ser. vice to auirrow (Thursday) uioruii.s, at ,1 o clock. It I tf" rOST OFFICE, PHILADELPHIA, I O- l'aui.avlvaala, Ausuit 3, ItM. To- norrnw I tYhursila bavlUN been appointee' by tbe f caaldatit a day . of last-by aed piajer. ibis udlee will be open until 10 1 o'rkt, wLeu ii ili alosa for tha day, Tha oorrters will laaka the regular uiernliiv Uallvaryat 9 ockca. t'ollec tors will umiis unrnlus aLd eventns coUectiou. fcHatKiDji , aia opeu at taiua noma aa evntrai ortlce. V. A. W ALBUKK, Poatuaatar. i tT" NOT1CK. IN ACCORDANCE WITH tlie reC4iM.D.nUallou of Coiigf,aud tha I'roi'la 1 niallon of ibe Frssalenl, appotiulus Tl.ursday aext, t the 4ib luitani, as a uay of bamUuutoa aud prayer, tba wninr-uau.au ibiarunc conpaolea Wbl U91 be apa Hh bua.oesa ok tbal day: rhllade plaa, Aum i. lsAL Tlli.M, HANI), frasWeul Delaware MuUal State iasuraura tHiaipaar. AKriii Kti.cijKFIN, rresut Uuuranca loiupany ef Narik America MrCHAhli it. bMITB, Vntna Mutual luarauc Coia paav lis KHT I) BUKhRrUn. Piaaldeat Of ta Iuauiaoe Owpaay of tba Htata al raunaytvanla. WILLIAM CNAIV, rreaktaul Juuarlcaa Mataal La iuranre :anjpaar. KAMIKL V.ILCO.T, Sacntaf of Ike tha at Ifataal InauraiK- Company. tVM. r. llA,k-rnaiVetat AaUuwiea taaamutt Ceniaaay. rttotJ H. MARIS. rmWeat f tba Auwrtoaa rir Io ulaiw-a Ocnipsiiy. John rATrr.HHOir, rraaldaat r Use rBarrraul Fire Insuranre Cimpai v. DAVID ihwm. saeretary Httul Axarauce Com aey,..r lamaal Belli. C. TlhOLO, FiessJenl f la Kallaac raaaraaea Cempasy. -vi LnMK DMrrH.aacraUry a ad Treat arer of lb raik. IpUla Coianbellenstap. riM.il iii " iuaunuK voekiiaue, rer at. WD SjMXIU. J 11. W A I. It A V li TS. rltl't.HOB TO W. II. t'AhnYL, MAHONIO HAKIt. No, 719 OEESUlTr 8treeU WINDOW H 11 A I K H, f3lIIlTAlNM, Altl M08QlTT0 NKTTINOS, BUSINESS ITEMS. NnrHApnrllln Ir, I. JtMen Altrftlv C'tiiblnfi the active iirinrlp'c of thi ptwf rful ull(k vlth thwit rcmrvjfi which mporlncc liai prorrd to pM'-t th mini eft'rktnt fciterntlve mid drobururnt pr .por tloi, wUlio At (he Ame time It contntrn no concca'oJ p tlsous, no raff curtnl or otftcr m-talllr poltoni. It It, theref or, peiii- lly ftafA.and at Ui oajna f lm th? mott efflcltot rnm-rdyln tiie world, eupwlallr for 8vofurou, Can'froui, Titfwrrulouit Cutatieoui,an(f Mercurial Affctiom, And dUoaias of tho gorrotlig Orpins, wtiottiur of Hit (iUn.U, Hkln, or Inf r ttal Mrnjlrnnos. Tl.ia AJl ra.v aUo e nUn luto the clr rulatloii, ami paiaei with the blood (which It piuifloi Into every Uhiu? and fibre ot tho body, so that, no ma'ter what U tho oattin- of the t3 v nor w here lortei1, li In nurt' lo be reached. Prcpand onl al No 2l2,Pm.HsrT htroet. J 1 L I, I 12 H CHILLED IRON SAFE. It M A. I V 1" O It AVA It. iaw Tiir; knkmycomk dn. To Ivto Kvanh, ol the 11 no of R anh Jb Watson : You publicly acMirt in a hue ntm hphkt article that yoa will tlrtl) throngli any Chlllrvi Iron Hate Llhie hat in uh In otto-half to two bourt' Unto, Ac, Ittcludtnv the IWnk nf Northern Liberty Safes, or ym will forfeit the uuiofone huD'lrfKl dollara. Now Oil a la a very chnap way of play ing biuff. Tou know there ! neither a hauko' or huniaea man that would have an experulve Safe operated upon with unlimited power foi twohoura.U) be mut Hated, dl flciind, or In any way discredited, Joe the paltry aum of one hundred doll ara Tbia ame li played out. Now If you hare any eonfl lonoe In jour abut y to drill chllted Iron or any eoutltlrnre la Kvani A Watnon'a bent Hank 8afe aa compared with LUlle's, to withstand the burglar, or any oonlldciico In Kvani A Watson's MrcHiitlle Ra'e, as c imyareJ with Lill'e's, to stand fire, you have the opportunity to make It manifest. You have Juat told lo the Movent h Nntloual Hunk, of Philadelphia, we are Informed, for $lKiO, a Itnk Bale, rr-presPttliiK to the Hank that yourH-tfe wtit a muoh better protection attain itt tba bur(lar than Lllilc a, and charitliifc a much Libber price far It. You have already made tha chnllentce to teat the 8 a fee In the Cora Kx chaiuie Bank, and stated your own terms. fVe dow make the foitowlmt proposition: That yjri hall fnnilsh the Hevcmh National tsunk Hate and wo will Itirnlhh one of the Itaiik of Northern Llhortlna' Httlcs for a tet, tiMn yrnr own terms, to the Corn KxchanKe Hank, kavU party shall place In tho hands of rospnn .-tola p irtiea tho num of $U;0 to f 'MMf, as forMturo, to be puld over to tho v .unit p party (ah you may electj. If you have not the oontldtoce to place Kvans A Wat sod's Sato akniKhle of Llllle's as a Uurplar-proof, and w ill not accept the alHive prophtlon, we will give you three ho urn hi h trad of two hours (tho ttmo you auk) to obtain the mouey In one of the Baft at tlie llouk ol tne Northurn Lihrrtles, said money to t fumUhod as above proposed, and to lie placed In the Safe by the (feshli of Ue Hank; U Hate to be operated upon precisely aa prpoied In tlie challenge to this Corn Kxehantffl Hank, nnd tf the money Is Dot ohtatned In the throe hojrs, y u are to make good any da in aire done to the Safe, and the nvmey t be ours. You any yo caaddllftlx holes wltn one drftl tlimuKh LUlie's Mala. WewlU allow you two of the best tutd dtllls you can procure to yet through the above 6an. Again, you say, Weaver A Hprankte wero Induced to charge Ullie s rafe lorouoof Kraus A Wattou's on ao ootint of lis superiority as a Klro-proof. W now propose that you shall furnish Weaver A Sprwnkle s Bate, and we will furnish either of two .iafbiof lime size and character of the Llllle Hufeyoa received la oxilmnwe Hocklus A Hrutlicr, Market atreet, bo'owe camih, as one, or i. Hickman A Co., corner ti Third and Market street a. haa Uie other, and pur chased about Uic same lime as that of Weaver A Hpr ankle tl.OK BsfiMi shall be tested as Klro prwts In a suitable furnace. A Commltlte of dlHlntcrest4bunliioss lurs shall be appolmed to teuthm, eieciaUT upon tuj term pub licly announce by you at wiulcr and liO to ftl'iOO LiaU be put up as (brttiiture by eric h party, as you may eteet. Neither party to have poanstMuu oi Uiy tested uutU alttt tbotcet. We awaltjour a,.panoe. 1.KWIH UL1.XE A flON, M O. HAlI.h.K, AKit, Ko.tl 8 HtVNTH s; N. W. Should any or all of the above prop-tsuion be ao cepttd,and xhuuid wetrenutostttiil In aqyox all, the Htt pro-c-d we my derive frt.m ur opoonem, dWuvMu aosuitl ftiieni b of " o tost, shall be pruM-nteei to tlie Volunteor lUlrushmcnt ftajoon. as Ute money Is not thu object of tot UsU LF.wIa. LILf.I tC A bO M. C. SA.il.Elt, Aeut. I lu tiiHlily 4'lifiiiiku,tsf4 Aloesin. Iwi A liniHAttitH, A roll and T with HtrocU( IlaeJnBt rujtlvi-d n Kn-hh ImporUtl-iii or Charhs lleMHck, l'lporllcl M.t k, Madam ('lhiiot, tiitvii 8e, All 1 tutu A Co., Toucher, Anil otlr superior brAtids of Clnitl'llfS. U 4i. Wltllnnui A- , ManutHrturers of Vew and Pelir-lous Coufoctlons, A I mood INo-le, Chocolate Caramtli, Croatns La Mudc do Paris, eX'tulaitely llavorcd. Itnitjitid Jurdiiu Aluionda, Ac , Ao No. :ili! Chtitiiiut street, bulow fourth 8t;ck a co. h 1 mason riAttoa. RAM UN ' CABINET 8TECK A CO Tl OBCUJS i. E. ootn.D, aranui aa Oaaaaat atvaai. TJllHCHUrriONH IaV All) er ma SnfTerers at ChamWsburg. Wa hoT reeulaed from C. R. iltSSEKfiMIIU. Ban., Canhler al tk Hank or Chaioaantiurv, a fclortle accnnt f Ik AeaUMtlae axiatta tkne. raraou wis kin to aid tk anaerara caa ao a bjr trniUny ttwlr ctrfcbuaa to iu. PfllSXEL A CO., eafr-M Me. M ft TU1B0 Bueat. -IIXAfiK OHEBN 8RMIXARY. M1U- T tary boardUv ttatioot Ralaa faateaabar L 1 ami varr aun.w Tbaraagli eaanaln kiallmaaUaa, Laa rtaaaa, H.aU,k KliMUaa, avo. rurUa baa kiulu Boata. Practical taiavaa la 8arvtataa4 (tril Cuaiaattr lo, . Be? te all aa lakan. A,ari fur Cautti aa. a nr. j. HiutvBV iKroaf, hU-lm T Uama Or a, tMiawar Ott-.r. MONBY. TO ANY AMOTNT, loanad aooa iMasonaA, WeMUc, imltf, flat, Ckithlni ,c,at JOMVjt a CO.'H OLD MTAhMHIIKD LOAJf trtri Cutaar IlXlUli ana UAKKUX Bueat, Hkw LoiutuwU. I. B. ZUM01TDB,WArcilKii,JBtmJir,UVa&U ton .al at e WaUULAllLX tow rBKXa. trti-laj AMUSEMENTS. iHOVFRS HV.W CIIKSMT 61KLl:r J lUfcATKK. HIM FV rTtKll. Thr ,ran rmramlr niu.trrtl, ftir'-'aTtaf Ittima, AI.AKMN. Ill- TIIK WilNUt Kl l'l. I. A MP. Prcwiitf-. anr li.r?.- inntlj.' ntlva art.r.i'l .n. In k f.t III pnvai-i-tilrd ma mile, nr.i ranh'ti- will, ..rnlf.r tlil tr,tiailiiatlo- a mnail(Wl.l .c :,r n , Mnrt uywhf, rupcrlt roatiiuifK m.a ntpr!. , t.'aiitiliil vi'ia r and (.hum,,. I .( fALNUT MliKKf lllif.vnut. unit A" l TBit rv. ! ! H K r.K MottK. ll:ASI. ill'tN Thr rrai f'nHl r . tR-ttn weji al Utt Btam. Mm- hMU ol tl.f Imxt nti.-n ni 7: . f',iiiini-n at 11. Arin.ll.D 'Xi a: il 1. 1 lit.. r.fCl f'l ' 1(1 H'lt "U L HXCLllMONf awaaaaaaaKk. o, tiii IV i it r li tr T 1. K 1 L L. Tlie utMBa.-r i.K-.l.ltAI. IMUkri;, now running fnwn 1 fflrn,oni;l to Ihr- 1 ... el be!-tl; tl.lil, will U'Avt tnlnii'tntit an lciltw, air.. :- At 7 -.i A. M. H V " Iiw II-VO " vt in r. m. At r.M. Alb ' HI " farrfiom falrir .iint t.i falla ol rVhuatl.lll. 1.1 rnU; C'..lvi.i.l I'.tMif, It, linnnt, and laun I IliU, 10 orata. aul at r a,fl7Tr i' n ci'ii my. 1IIK tlAUM.tl AND COMMIIHIOt' 8rKA4ll.lt " MANHATTAN," CAPTAIN K. A. U VIIIK li, Of the Car May Mno. la now makln, her tllar trip, t ( Al-r. MAT. kaviiiK AKCII Stmt tfharr. ertry tanadar, 1 l.urtdar, and Hntnrdar at nina o cloak; n-luraln. will lrn-n t:aK Whj verr Monday. Wodneida and t'rldar at tiall-j.atit alifltt o'clock, timuhlnK at Mew Caatla aolnf and iatomnir. Kara !'J0; carrlax hire IrirludcU. Children Iraif rrlci-t rarrlnfro hire Included. 8rvania flr'; rir'laac hir- axtra, Kn-tLt at Inw rata. No tri-ltlit rcdred altar u o'clock, aul tn all caar, mnat b irttal(l. J)?l-tf JOSKril A. MEW-ART, Aawit. JABTEL'S GREAT PICTURE or TIIK NEW YORK CENTEAL PARK. Thin roaim'DCint w ork of art, now rapidly approachlnR completion, I oni-of lite larRent and moat elaborate, t-rar UDdi-naii-n la th country beliui about Tour and a liulf by three and a half foot aquare, and euihimjnt; a full nnd compleie view of tha Urcat Coa tral Park In all Ijt ueaut and trrandenr. Huhatrlptlona for a limited niinilMir of th artlit', proof sheota will b; rart lod herv, whon the platet will be uken to Kurope, win-re kleaira. TlttlBM- It A COPalcrnoter Itow, London, aad AL1IKKT L. Ht.ltOLI), line KlchelliM. FarU, are aln-adv rtM-eiltik' auhacrtptlonii tor the name. The work can he had hy aubicliptlon onlj. I'rlco f 1 per copy, payable on ili-llvery. Subocriptii'ii Rooms of the Company, No. 720 BKOAOVfAT, MSW VOKK. 1 he following firinh will receive ltibMcrttlu, AI'I LKK'N A' l!(l , Urotdwayl WAl.M lt. tSK A IK) , lloaian; S. K. llllMliS A CO., Olilcams MIHHIK. WII.kuck BAI.K A1N. Clui-lnnatlt I'lllUr' A n.ll.tiMoNS. Wanhlnutont CALLKNI., It x CO., I'hlladelpnla; Or, at the .ubU,ln in, MTWl'LI, I1AUHIS & CO., Jj'jn-wmilra No. 730 IIROAHWAT, New York. pVALUS AND G0NVALES0ENT8. IKVAt.M-8 AM) CONVAI.ElCEHTd. ! valldn and Convaleaoenta, lo allda and (.'onvakfrCcikU, Katwolalljr FEMA1KS IN Iinl.lCATE UK ALT II, H MAI 11 IN DRLIL'ATK I1KALTU, FF.MAI l.S IN IlKLIIATU HEALTH, Will find our Will nnd our Will And our OalUornla Wlura, California Wlna, California Wluui, ' California Wine, Calllonu Vi luea, CalUorula Wlaoa, pocnllarlT Tatuahle lo all case, of languor and great proa- tralloa of aurVn. Aak I"k Aak Aik Aak Alk Atk Aak Aak Aak Ark A I Aak Ask A.-,k Dra. McClalloid. tlebharJ, Jackaon, (oll.-e i'i-nnalvamin Unlvcralty), llerlag, lli-reoa, Ontvca, llortahont Bchmo'la, WiUhima, Ilnrtlay, Naldhard, Wllaon, luiilal, Vlnal, roadey, h'obia, Kuorr, Mayland, Turner, and outer kadlnv pliyalclana, what they think of tn raodi Cinal vtrtnea of Culilorula Wlnoa I Theae iienilomen pro crlbaoarbran'ia.und aaaure tu of the Doootlu patient raoelve from tha r use 1 'fAIjrOBNlA W1NB AOENCY, J26-lm Ko.iJ 8. ril'TU atraet. abov Cbaanut. T II Xa IV law TAX lllLiL ItKVKMJM STAMP LAW. Cook-s of the New Tax Bill and Kevenne Htamp Law, f(r aie hoioia'-nnd teiall i aud Ktenoe Hiamo ol all dc'cr Ibim 0011. lantiy on baud, at lhi f.Uowiojf rates of tUacouj.1 t order cf $V), twn ht teat, discouak. 1 0, thrett ' rxi.r.ior m At U rTlnctpi t liepot for the Hale of Internal Rpvenne Ntaitim, Ko.jti-i ' M L.sHU ttireei, and No. lui 8 riifTH Htn-eu ull de 1 1 pilous . I tbe Htaosj) law In yauioriiot fleTUl. J J9 U J) R O P 0 A L S FOR LOAN. 1 IfEAMUHY llKl'AHTMSNT, JlU 1861. Kotlce Is berei ulven that subscrlplloos will be received by the Treasure ! gf'the United Htates,the several Assist ant Treaifuntrs, mi detUoated Ihottltorles( and lyUS National Banks . lunated and uallnwl as lepo(iu.rl 4hd Financial i.t-, for Titutsury Hotes payable three years from Aiuii : l idM, brardi,; lntcri'st lit Uieritco( evra and threc . tilths per cent, per annum, witu suiai animal ooupous . tuchvd, payablu In lawfuj minsy. Thehenotcs wi' ho con rtJt'l, t tbe option of tbe aoiikr, at mMui , , lnu slk. por c-nt gold be.irlotf brnls, rfdiemnblo at It. 'vc and payub'e twenty ear fron August U, lKrr. Thes uotvi ' i- ittil k the duinmirutlw.-. of fttlj, one hunrrid, flv ; rt-d, one thousand, aud (liu thou sand dollars, aiu ..iliw be Usmd in blank, or psyubls to oror,as may bt-i :--vt-d by tho mi b scribe r. All dubscrlptloi u.iint be lor fifty dollars, or some mul tiple of aTI dOll.r Duplicate oeMit 1 . d-s will huMitud tf allVfo,(;i, Tito party dt-posltlny n uit endorse upoa tlie orl'rtrteJ eerii k-ato the decMtuibatiob ot ii tn n imrM, aud vflwtlwr nimy are to Ik IjmjM In bl ink or punhlt- to onlor. WiviDt n dorKd, It must bi t i with tbe olTl-r n colvin;; J posit, to be forwa. i- d lo tbls Io part iut-ut. The notes will b raiuuittti d 10 the owners, ftveoftrans p 01 tat Ion charge-, soon at tor the receipt of the orUflaul ccrUtlcatos of depuIt us they can be propurcd. Interest will tw allowod to August 15 on all deposits made prior to that date, and will be paid by the Department upon receipt of the orLylaal certifies Us. As the aott'S draw luUrest from August lo, prsoiu nuk ing dt-poslts tahst(,eal to UuU date must py the tofoieat accrad from date of moU t tUle a dopeslt. fanitras deposlUug twenty-ore tbousaad dollars and upward- tvr tbeie uetos at any sls Uxua will be aUotrtNl a comuUsloa of ocM-aai-ur of tm per oent., whkh will ba paid by UiU dsyartiosnt upon the reelj't of a bill for Ue amount, csrtUWd te by the ettWer w iib whom the depoalt was miss. He AedMtWM tor otuuuiuAQua must be atadw fsoiu tti a it paaita. C-Aoers reoaWiug deposits wil ee that the proper dorsssseats are made a-uqa the oriajlasJ aerti5cte, AUoffloera auLhorUsd t utHi Ire deposits art rsqoosted to give to appUeaoU ail cWaired laArftiuMoOt ao4 aford facility ftr Diaktvg lubflcrptiona. W. P. BocrtUrj ef the TNettury. tHboeriprloos wrD be reoeWr! br tha rxmn vattomal bakk ok ruLA&au-rHU. bmrOWD VATfOVAL BAKU Ot TmLknU&' TUTMD 'ATY0U BAKU, Of imiU X ftfl T I I T WINH8, IJK'AN,n s- 1' TO. Tha niWfnN-r inv irni "hl" 'n' pelnt ef ne "IMrn1JrI(JnJ'1 ,d wrll ,-lctt alock ot OI.P liKANHY, OV.N. '0,T WIJf r., 8IIKURT AM) MAP. W1NKS. At whoh-aalr rri. T-e-a -romtlipoKi .t...-Jo kand. l-irtl a.iKc a .uuerk r "r"' " r,,r t"'e aa would du wril tocall at ... ,.,.,.,.. Ill, No. Hl S WlH.!.naM H im n'' '-""'r Store, No. If, Jt. Kt.tNr k i'"w H"i j,H it, I'hiUdeliJila SPECIAL NOTict"t Qgr-'I'illJ CO.MIM. I l M"r. TO ENROLL D C1TIZE2T3. II WE NOW ON lUSli TWtMY ATIEH AflD 0UNHiA3AllVj . So f l 1 Jit 1 I 1 I' TI .H. ('nil at once ut tlio Aia-m-), No. 4'-iM WALNUT H t'KKKT, and rcrtirr a S.ihit'ite ihit wltl eiomtit joti irorn lArvtre dnrtnaT f 1 1 me' ii- tn nil in Hit 'lit. -. 1 un- kaiai Hit ilrnit i I rTitlnl aVtp e 01 HKI TKMIIKK Tt, 1 I. .. - ' ' to not l all tn all at unte. H II. J Htfti A tf (JKANO EXCURSION TJ ATLAN riO" ntjp.i.n Till ttHl-a. Aitmiit 4Jk4. I'rtcauls for ih I'ocr ot Mt Jovt'li'i i ari-h. 'Ilrdi-tj., f 1 -'ft. Cb'ifiM-i-. 7.'. inta. lki(i i-ii Im- had of ta.- Oomnitttfe, wh wi ba at VINfe, r.fj..it U liBi n -h uirnHl oltlf Kxrur,,(i. l.u-t boat r-a(M VNK. Mn-d Whir, ut i AM jjlO 4l rwr to thk ruYsrciANs of rufi.A- dHptita 4tnl1enitn,tf thr Km mty : -Havmc rn troctrd an itieratui -lie Hrnt and only oun evtr bnecltt Hrt'niK the m4)triil urnffMion) that may be tnted wiia mt fttct saft-tj an a tli'ran-uiiTHl a .em lo the ii4imw C lcati.Nh, lhnai 1iim-. ami l' ai a-Tctiti f ta air ami 111 In wpllktiown to yi and ton porvttr that I have yenr hau the Ivireot i-rac;to'r anv Htir Hin In thf l'nit4-d NtaU's In tlie treatment o the nu dk'K, arul. cotiMfviiifiitiv, I have bai auimiint ooortun4Uia ot trt jtiLf th Hlit.- of mj a tjiri,iui, l. f reiore, r t side of the prorfrevit of niiHltrai etcne'. Invite yon to my otti- e. to irefce a pifnnnal ciaminttiini of Its wontlarnti proi-n lr ann nilnpilliHli to ibe cure of those disease aoAi furUteraiue of tnedh-Hl xrnr. , A. VON a.l0tnH7HKPU. M. Oo' 1I1 it 1 Mid Aurfat, JaD-tf No. 1077 WAi-aNUX PuewC DEAFNESS ANB HLiNTiN EHS. j Isaara. M j Pofpattrni the K-e nnd Kar, treats all drtarnrtlnliii; to the aiov--a4m4mutier. arttai tlit iitinoat fut is. I otittniontais (rin the 0141 rltojs sonre n tnc cttv arul ronntry cmi Ikj soon at his Ditto. ho Ml PIMr KtrtM-t. Artlfi'-Ul Kyei lnertd Htwiui pta. No fha !(( iitHd tor examtnatlon Otto nours Iron ft ta 11 A-M.. lo7 I. M ho. All I'lNR HtmmL m7 -ica MILITARY IMOTICES, i(K IHM'NTY KOIf ONR YBAU. Volnnti er? to ill! a tnwnshtp iiu.us Kor Cavalry , iDfantry, Anl Iwry, or nnarponomnrm. fill at No. ! 8. Tlllltl) Street. aul M IJ C E N T K A E SUIJSriTU I K AGENCY, B No.ti.S 1 I f I K 1 S-re.t Al no, Vteiatl, and C n fa ll b..i.aM li-TiTUlKi ws I K'l.t. wun the itrtMati it prli-f wl i Ik- 1 aid Vt al mi iji-i-iI ajtplv mho cn S turnirih Mriti,t(u or i vnh not ot allvnitv. We will ruuter n-rt.- othi r. VehTatu- mum fi.-nMi -in honftrnM dlharfro T'xi a'Mvt t of huustuu furniiboa for any part of l 'Hi.-e tvnnta. anl-t.t Cl.MAN, IflTCIIKlX A 00. II E AI)QU A KTE HS PENNSYLVANIA wrr- Mi'Lhi, Hii.rt-h i'C. .iiy ., lvil ientnil O.ilera iSo. 6.'. Aitinority from the War Ueoartuiw t dt4 Mil) -ft h lioiiHiit. having thli da UtiMi roc4uved 10 riM ten im-v. eutiiit-uth 1 Vi.'iin pr Intnnti y, undr tho eali f the 1'rt-Mih oi tif the Unite . rtnies o Um k$.h lustant, fur tivf t'tit dud th'.uni,a (otO.tMj) mjn, I I if imlcrd : I. sprcial ttiithnTlts will hi granted to ralne rAtnpanlef. to l-i- nt - t'lku Htiil oraiiuivl uruefiblv to Ueni rHl urdW No 1 .1, Wa- Iepar;int-nt, Ho.h' of WU. Hreferoii-M- wltl Im- fiivtru to M-r"nna who hare been In service and Law bcti h-ti.otnl'ly dlMihaift-d II. Auiilratiia 101 appointment-- as miist"rlfu? Lla-tt-n.iiitt , (i nut r the tabuvtt oroor, will b Immnllii nlj msde t the otllri- ul tho Ad u nnt-Oe teral ol the & alo. III Coiiiu.Hiidtnu otticT- t'f MjiiatU or ot o npaiiMsre-rruti'-d v tt f Jiihtiit n and thu Luu et llhi th-ih u um tiioontalita will n-port to tt.e cranuwioiuu ottluor, iatap Ii yno ift, ni t r 11 ihhurK, Pi-nintyivaiita; a ) oaM of tnal line and t of and incntllutr Kih1iiik'. PennayivaHia. w.t n wirt to the c niniuiitil-K olMcoi, l.'arup Curing Bar-rl-buri; ; al' tn o Iteadluu "il thai Ihie witi rt (Mrt to iho conimaiidlng ofnm-r. Camp C'adw alivler, lhdade'pila I I'p n the ailu-ailnn o' thu comvand-ng o'llcer.oref the uioiti-riiK Lentertan of a oornp inv, to theatre titf trie ilhh-n-ni railroad c mpniiieM tor UKhoui h 8tuat trHiiiip(rtatioD to tho caiup of rei.dotvous will be lar uuhd. IV. Actual and rocsfary expenses for boarding aiul )odltei of troops rai-ed mxler Uim order will be pild ty the t'nlieo Hi ate dUtHtrntnK ottiner, at Itie proper post, at a rate not t-xcwdlim tony (-emu per fay for iaea man inu1 r d Into the borvire ol the I'nitml nia'en.on attitln It ol tlit- oihtf rturulhhnik' the moil, aopp vrttnl uy tsi rt-o ipt i f the parlv to whom tho m mey was paid. ii.cb of ti e luen, aod the daie htwjn whit a et UiAh war- hoHrfd aud lo '-U, must 00 s aK-d ta the nc-tiiit rt'iit t'itd. V. Thi'K-iiH td si-rvi-e will b-j lor either one, two. or tt n l- ) ftir., 1 r- ruitr- 11 a eh-o;. VI. K i-luuntt-mutt be muit'ered in before rlep rmit fl h .'ili).tuiiiet-n ht.ntln-ti and - lour t W; 1 1 , in erdnr tl at tht- nia ie erediictl on the c io:a ot ibe titule under the nton-tulC call. VII. Ii.oouiletu n g'mMtitN and Fmrnri1i-H whlrh faH t orai,le Mid he ctiiisoliilaied. within it n-iiiuiulile (hue a as to frm sod tk in iut -d In wld cn,i ett reetmietnai oiyni.H ioui Iwion- ilnti date. V I I I . ltuiintkn will 09 paid by the t'nlted ttale,(lovj.. luelil as f(jbov.B. U. : For rtcuii tor one jour 10t woy-iii t . tlwtt yearn The flst In- laltm-nt ot bomt will he paid hy the uim terli.K and dlcbuitting ottk-ors when the recruit is wutn4 In, a ludoHf : Te a itcut who eiil sts In the a my for one yoar... 1 tt ' two fear., bi t4 tnra.1 jrwa. , ) m As a toward for meritorious conduct, and alio to ectr valuable milUry OKi-erloiic. a poinitnenis uF tlul tm wn ill Ik iuiui, ecpt uudoi piauilar cLreHm'tficMt liom Die- who huve been In Mrvh-u and nave oeeu houor ably uiccharKfd. By order ol A. CWRT1N, Oovroor and (Vtnituaudor-111 CblvL A- L. llt'-tbKi 1., AdjUiaui-tlenci al rn 11 sylvan i 'I he arucxed otder Is published fur general Inlonma tion WK IirPAFIMf-VT. ADJI'TANT-ttKMKKAL'a OvrTO. WA.-.iiir.i.ni March dl. l-M ;kkhal oki.i.h. No. tiflT -eiit ial (irdtT-, Nq. Yi. M-rfos of lwij, ere tvcAy n w ,ndd. -lid .)u fo:vlliiK Orders will novum htyva tvt.ln Ueu hert-tilN 1. In ori;e,r.hiir new re-jfrnients or Independent mpa rtle ot Nun, vrK, tbe s.i. vmiorn w 9, ai are ltretiy aa thO'Ut w e'p nt, in andltlou to the trtil otlloere hartt lo s hiiltaoilxc-o, otii: Wei o:,d 1.1. utenant tor each company h0 n I ne eoiid tiit,a:l uiuhlun-d iuttx aervioo at th I t..v('( IiIk ant ointment. Aa uihcsrthu. apjoli.U') I luiik'ered. r-haii cm,, be l-nntteU tv bt pa don tba " ) m.dp.. roll of hi- outpajr.au(l-hHM ne K,j , m 1 anKiinia-U ooinpanylWi. ,n,m:i1 tioe th War li- 1 lflH M.M ""'--re.iTemeai.wisnMlbrhitq etisJi m , tram-lure to -t -pit otit'T cumfaiVr1 1 his apiwidttnent thai I bttaiH tl-.l und b Moatl itixVrtd ih -ut pay an- , -s tv(.orriiortveimoaVfrttKiii in the contolh H4 1 cominii) K hIoc'i hi men so hu. b'.sti tr iiierrl. I 11 itf utter n (. iyll(".T whl rep- rr f r mptly to rhe Adju tak.t Uei.etai of toe Arnf inn of vrtu r HH'rmi.Ag I I. :enft xihm ni. fined Into ihu fArvice ht t iAnt UNdt?r a I iii.,liiuatteit-rolt.ipotniniQiit.togethervttq th-, com- j pau nnd iu ni-ut 'or whirn he t rei-rtiltluK. Otll'w ' v. ul'be iiiir.u-ji il Into 1h erv h'o only oil the uuthottty vt I tlit Co.iL.or of t:u tf'Ati- 10 wh!:h their retment I heiOUfc. i II AHli- of tiillCukut will htt rtiade out In duplloat 1 by filth n ci 'I'lni oii.ct iit m.d h Ul bt tlinpo.-ed 01 U4 pn- 1 I . il hv J; Uii-'T : h V; mike H-i, Kt rruilll Kfirulations Voltit'ec 'i v.ro lieiuii will beiuttotho levMiueu lii: ri 1 ti von, at h-t.-( as of 1 u n uncft u "n-cv, w'hts ' :lit HI l-iniifdi tiely exiiiiilr4 ft hy t'.o nut." mi ot the iiiiVupt rintt iit ir of Vol-inie r i.eci ut'i- g Herv I. e. nnd If f 'ii ;r-n 11 ot d'.t. h ru mot p' tmrineni ilUa-ol y rtd Im il1 rhur.'t d oni h .( l e to lav. I t hy tiiu Surjjwiiu. wl- wdi repor; aii-IluiK-ha-ffcs to the Supe-ln-eiuient '.in, nt- ir in ci uiiliiK m Ue. and Uo u the Ad ti-aut ut the ri.luifi'i, it it in a; p irti'Vilarlv iln.ne i:aes wueintiie i!tm.il n uit, :mia at the ti no of 1 ithtinftit A n af 1 ho oruniatatuin In eompltue, It ulull be carvdilly fiii.et4i ar d ui'r("ud hv a I nlteu d'aies Miiiieiw Inw tllcer, who wi.l mm tlmt at least ibe inmlinnTsi titicts ber 01 ea- U v inpiU) Is prenni , uo abuuiee wUlb ct uoted. J I mil rv, liM-nm Imlepf ndunt coiii-antes are tvr h'lnl.id an 11. 1. t ri d in, ih-v will be undVr the c tairui 01 tic ii erti-ir of tho tftnff, huv all requltithm for goar t m.atir, ft-t'l -ul, hud I)miihi'C nturvs, all ommru rnr furl, -ir v, iiinl ,.u i'i tt .--, iiml ull to'iuiition ('r tr Ui portMtion, tit ti c 1 ho aporut.e. hy the bupfrtu'eudeat ol ' u e rli-t ru'.in H-rvtte lT .h h'a'e or DlvUlon. V NoNdouii for fnpei.s s -rcTred hi railing new rti Jniii'h ii Miall l pid JNtiiK tMtkcert ouit-ae sprovi d hy the Superintendent of t olumeer JtecruUiag H-tfift sty oidtv of U:e Secretary o War. K. li. TmVNMKND, AksbiUuit Adimani-Uooeral. Ot-riciAL. au I JC S WANTED FOR TIIK UNITE STATES lsartne Corps (a varied and eicitlng Ulw by sea an4 liuid), three hundred able-bodied men, to perform tha duties of a aoMIer at our Hmwy Yrd, ao4 atoar4 l otted tftatea shlpe-ofwar oo foreitfB stations. Better compensation than the army. A shlp-of-war If a comfortable bonis. The Marine Corps Is the heel eg nipped Corps ta tho aervtc. frUa Mooey Id aba dTH IrOCAL B0UKTIB8 PAID TO RJgCHUITS. For all other Information apply dally at th Kecnitthaf Bndeavoaa, No. 911 A. KKONT Ntreet, below flprucetbo tweeu th hoars of ulne aud three o'rloos. JAHI.H LE w IB( Captain and Bueruitlnn Oitlcaf, ajy5-U 1.0. M a. ruuHT Hum. pUELOUQHB-rUELOUGHB. Officer ud eoMltra TUmo th edty en fartoo! ""at M "W OH D Hi k omaa MILITART BQUirMENTB, au nrmu to fire UTawarva ItUOTAOTOMXQ aMTABLlSHMaWt o -nar BtMnNN Jtc. Unit. OIUVIW' . -- -- - -"rUi txnnOU tr, ar ' frbskntatTon iwr Mad. to ardar at tnaaaorUato.ua. wk1 v aaiaaiaouM shalUnt eaapetltlor eoaotrr aumiMala tk MA.- wna nus iuTtcA'