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TDK DAILY EVENING TEI.EGItAFlI. rOTIiADF.LPniA, TUESDAY, AUGUST 23, 1801.
Owning Sttanm
OmCE No. 108 8. THIRD STREET.
fTae Inn ctrrr Oner, or Eianricir Carta Tm
Waal, eat eae Cantor, ana Mailed ta SuMortbert
MItllwOH7"'""IOL,'ai FU Awmrai OaaDoiiAa
rrrrr c.t rot Two atonnie.lovexleMyla advance
kriMaieasrdeT.
MnitiMmli tr.ee.rtM l Ola aeaal rut. A littoral
ArrMwrauat made tor utaaaea laxjeTUose,
Ha noMee Mit be taken ef Anonytaone CommanlealloiiS.
th.v la laiwuM for le.cruwi nviat be anthem atad
by Ui mum and aMre.a of Uh witter aot neces.atily for
Bsts-eUJ.e.. bat a. a auarrditea for hl n.Kl faitll. We
firiT naaenake a IMu r.ect4 CoouauulceOoat.
To Alertt(aeTej.
9wtmt la Ibe troal tnprraM la the ClrrnLHon f Tnr.
atvaaoae Ti ". conirMIni nt to an to pri At aa
awlv hViar, wa uiaently renue.t that advertisement, mar
ae aajeid In a. eooa ea 10 o'clock, li poeelblc.to avcaro
aeeaa aa aevrawa ill mi at our tuuu-un.
TUESDAY, AUGUST 2S, 1801.
CKN. PIIIIJP It. NHERIDAMU AHdV
In another part of our paper to-d iy will be
found an account of a bloody bnttln, fought
near Charlestown, Vlrgiala, on Rundjy la at.
The Oth, 8th, and 19th, and Tokdert's Cavalry
Corpawere enjaged with Early's llolicl",
Ml bravely held their ground. Ilere arc lour
torp iTarmte mentioned, but they do no'
make tip a decent army, because none of them
are fulL While we were In church, or enjoy
ing social convene with our family and Iriontln,
tfceee brave men were standing as a living
Wall of fire between Pennsylvania and the
"ruthless destroyer of towns when rescue. Is
at band." Is It not Imperative upon us all to
march out an army to their asslntanco as soon
as possible f Let us do It, then, before Uio oUi
Of Septem ber.
Tins IIobbiblx Wab Debt." It will
be paid if we are successful repudiated If
Dot. How can we pay It ? In ten years time
after the close of the war, by seizing and sell
ing all land in the fertile South to which a
TUd title cannot be given, now shall we
pay the interest? By an Increased revenue
from Imports and exports, and by a slight
internal revenue tax. How shall wo end the
war, obtain an honorable peace, secure the
Wr debt, reconstruct the Union, and be happy,
bequeathing untold blessings upon our chil
dren f By volunteering mon to strengthen
pur armies, overw helm our enemies, and re
establish the national power. How shall we
avoid a draft f There is but ono way All
Our qnotas before the 6th of September.
A K FINANCE HEEIFUfU rOKREcriO.
Is It necessary to keep four or five hundred
Able-bodied soldiers at a single military hos
pital t What service can require so many
men at inch a post? Guard -duty merely
can be performed by a company of one bun-
yuxed, And that is about all the occasion there
kSa for an active force at any military In
flrmary. At one hospital In the suburbs
there Are several hundred soldier, fit for
,..BCUseJ service and who ought to be In the
A eld, where tLcy Are needed. They are of no
use where they are. They a re allowed, too, the
largest liberty to no and come. The most of
their time Is spent in the city in dlnlpa
tion that rapidly disqualifies thorn for
the business for which they enlisted. They go
to taverns, get drunk, become boisterous and
profane, engage in quarrels and fights, nnd
seriously disturb the public peace. In this
kind of frolic they not only Injure themselves
physically and morally, but they waste, their
money. A month's pay is squandered In a
'eight's carousal. This is all wrong, not only
in view of the Interest of the soldier, who
Is demoralized by such a life, but alo an
regards the Government, which paj-s for
the support of a man who is able to perform
military service, but who, ai soon as he is re
covered from the wounds or sickness Incurred
in the line of his duty, is allowed a freedom
of action in the indulgence of his passions
and appetites, which not only destroys bis
health, but debauches hlra to an extent that
, entirely unfits him for the duty of the camp.
Soldiers, we presume, are sent to hospitals
to be restored, if possible, to a condition that
w'li enable them to return to active service in
the field. But if we judge from what we see,
' we should infer that the act of putting an in
Fallded private into a hospital is equivalent to
keeping him out of the army aUogthor, and
piaelng him permanently on the pension list.
This should not be the effect of that
generous and humune provision which
the Government makes for Its disabled
.soldiers. The nation ueeds every muu
i Who (is able to do battle for its life in
. front of the enemy. But unless our observe
, tiori is very much at fault, it wotdd Hcem that
tlie military hospitals are so managed as to
pr?vent a msiority of the soldiers who onec
enter them from ever Ix'lng restored to their
reeiments In the field. We know, f course,
that numbers are returned to duty from time to
1 t;nae ;but it is In spite of the loose hnblts they are
avowed to contract and the. excesses into which
they are allowed to rim during their connec
tion with the hopifK Crowds of llieiu are
itoity permitted to j to the city on pa , ut
nil tioiirs, and many of tbciu return In a b t--lly
a'Me oflntoxleittlon. On a certain street in
t.'i Twenty-fourth Ward, utoni; which the
nvn is from Hud to the lue-iiil.il. they
Hr? continuously iiiov iuic t. all u'
of the day ami uiM; ami it is
ti'ttirlous In tlinl. neimhborlunid 'bill
tt" Umgiuige they use is so lewd Mid Mai
p.l'fuoiis as to shuck ti e CTI of a!! il" lit
vU1ciit upon Urf liltf "I the thi.r-'Mitjiil'urV.
lu short, the eoiuliti-t of miiny nf the enin i-(M-eii!
who ate sunereil Ui lf tc tli" b"--pi'als
and k at is .'rin ls iiu'-.i i nf
w'uch thert 1- vcr,, uiiinlii r mil
li . '.i-ak th(. ( liMV. ltp; cli.ivgc nf the Mfi-pl:.tl
at.d their lum.itcs institule mi l i.-nJor t a
better systeui ol disciplin.-, the whole Wi'.Uir
will probably be reported to the War Dep.tr
ment bv those citizens who are now to
grievously annoyed.
FAJtBAQVT'a CoKFIBENCE IS HIS AJII L1TV
TO PA88 TH FOHTS AT THE tNTRANCK OF
Mouii. BAY. On the eve of the pahege o
the Uoblle forts, it wa .uggeated to AduiirAl
. Fakbagvt by the officer w hone duty it was
to look to Buch mattert, that whlnky might be
er benenelal in caw the men became ex-
't bauated from long-continued fighting in the
coiutna- conflict. The Admiral said that he
bad bo oAectlon to Its being used if there was
ny snlx--(t,mt that he had never found It
accessary In an, nii ftctionS( anJ that ne
Intended to give tlus riven a cup of hot coffee
I tlUjUl, uu w -o!VE T BMrAIF,sI'
tfnW the bay at 8 o tUKit, the aual hour.
By 8 o'clock the parage of the (oru was an
: ccomulisUed lack cabbaout BgMawith-
. !.... s . -I . . t
- ctll auij cjaviuaub vaucp, pwn luuaia. It ka to
strengthen the hands of such noble bercx-t a
Our cmei Aomniu tuni air. ijincolm now
calls for men. To serre under such leaders
as a volunteer should be the goul of every
true American's career. Bo enlist at once
aad re tbe city tVoin draft.
No TwronTUT.xt. We loara that ordon
from the War Department dlrr-ct thnt all pro
wort mmhal have everything In redlnM to
begin thf draft Immediately after the expira
tion of the fifty days' notice already given by
the President, and direct thnt enrolment lint
be cloned and forwarded to the rrovost Mr-nhnl-OeneraVB
Department on the 1st of Stsp
teroVr, with correction" to thnt date, so that
proper quotas may be atoned. It U evident
that the Government need and ftiunt have more
men Immediately, This i gaod newa for men of
patriotism and moral courage, for It Indicate
a at tiled determlnutle-n to rniih the IMrellloo.
Ht once.
aoJilA's nil.im.
It seems a little hard, we admit, that under
a political system In which the doctrine of
representation Is fundamental, anybody should
be subject to laws which they have no direct
voice In making. This Is particularly oppres
sive, too, when the laws unilcrtnko to appro
priate one's personal and real estate for the
support of the Government. Miss Il Aitrtii T
II i:T,some years ago, told the Legislature and
other authorities of Massachusetts that she had
been protesting against "eomclllng women to
submit to taxation without representation,''
and that sho meant to keep on protesting
until the question Is brought liefore thn courts
and settled by solemn adjudication. IlAnitiF.T
we take It for granted, Is one of the "hard
minded'' specimens of her sex, who Imagines
that she has certain "inherent and unalien
able rlKhts'' which are denied by the laws or
the usage of society, and which it Is the reli
gious duty of her wronged and oppressed sis
terhood to assert and Insist upon until they
are recognlrcd and conceded. Miss nAp.nitfT
thinks that it Is not quite enough to bo told
that she ought to pay for the benefits and
blessings she enjoys through the civil
institutions and agencies which are main
tained for the protection of each and
the general social advantage of all. She fan
cies that to be governed, though never so well,
la an lmpcrleet or questionable felicity, with
out tho privilege to say who shall govern and
bow he shall govern. And lu vindication of
this idea she appeals, with great apparent
ecarnestness and faith, to tho fact that our
devolution sprang out of the principle that
acta of Parliament do not rightfully bind those
who have no baud In their enactment. It
must be confessed that both precept and
precedent In this matter are, seemingly, on
Habuiki'b side ; that the theory of our re
publicanism, in proclaiming that no one
should be taxed who la not represented in the
taxing body, is not fully and faithfully carried
out In cur own practice; and that if tho
women of tho laud, young and old, marriod
and unmarried, were to continue thoroughly
and resolutely In passing this instance of
political Inconsistency before tho jury of
public feeling and conscience, wc might flud
that; in the maxim upon which we protested
against British jurisdiction, and resisted its
exercise over us, we had but " taught bloody
" Instructions, which return to plague the
" Inventors."
But Is it true that the women are not rep
resented In our Government ? If they are
not, indeed, admitted to the polls, and have
no direct suffrage In the election of those who
make and administer the laws, can it be said
that they do not actaally and effectually par
ticipate in the legislation and administrative
policy and action of the State ' A renowned
ruler of ancient Greece once said that his
child governed the people over whom he pre
sided, because his sou governed bis mother,
and she governed blm.
In the same way we Ix-lievc that the women
01 America exert a greater control In our
politics than they or the men are aware ol.
And if every mother, wife, sister, or sweet
heart can Influence tho voters, may they not
lie said to vote In effect, though they do not
personally put in the ballots? This sort of
reasoning may not satisfy such doughty
champions of abstract political rights as
ML-s Hint, who would not be cheated
out of ber natural sovereignty by
having the shadow of a franchlso sub
stituted for the substance; but wc would
like to know w hat our w omen would gain by
being allowed to do directly what they can
make a man do for them? Is it not more
comfortable to sit at home on election day,
remote from the dense crowd, the coarse pro
fanity, the riilllan violence, ami drunken con
tention, of a (Milling booth, it ml have a vole
cast by proxy, than to east it directly, sub
ject to all the brutalities and perils of an
American election ground? Women govern
us now, if we did but know it, to a very great
extent ; and if they do not govern us more
than' they do already, it is their own fault.
We would advise all the Miss lUi;i;n.r
IIi'Nrs who are ambitious of having their
names ou the assessor's list, and being allowed
to vote, to get married as speedily us possible,
ami Iheu to use what arts and witchcraft, they
may in controlling the political opinions and
actions of their husbands. Tin y can do much
In this way if they et ubmit It earnestly; and
we fancy It would, lor the ladles.be a great
deal mure agreeable mode of exercising the
right of sullrage, than being obliged to tight
one's way lo the (stols through a iiih-s of
drunken rowdies and excited i. li1 ii-nl .irs!'u.
VViiAf Uoll.n Hani; liniA l' At- ;
I.A.NTA? titllllflll SlKl'l Mi'l'tlttK wrlU'N
tobl.s. inotlicr in (tliiu, "tliiit t iriici'iil Stom-:-
man ciulil lime IhIsi'Ii AiiiIi r-tiiivlllo. Mil-
li'tlX' vilif, ali'l Miti'oii, l.i'i.iii. It lie liail
" la'fll Vclllliil I lit mlt'llHT 1iIIHi1m ol
"CHMlll'l. Tll'ia woiiM linn l.vl' tctl fllt'Tll
tlU.l"!llll I'llit.ll lli-.HIfl llll'l IHlllI llHVf
o lnilal.'il Atliiiit'i .I- i'i linn' i.'ii'lu'.'il il
tiiiii'iml'li'." II'tv ''ri' v. Ii .t m li'tr lin n
inlkfl't liavc Uont.' lur ilu ir t oiiiiiiy, iniii immi
It in our .oer to tint two l')-k'.iil.- in tlie
fliiltl from thi city alone Wore tlie Oth of
RcDtomber, If we work si-liluoiiHly. The
only wheel we rshoultl not jmt n
"Iii nlilcr to is
the ilrhi'ting wliwl.
AsoTitr.it Eittvi: boi.ini.ii Cum .Colo
nel OE"I:i.E II. C'I'O-M AN, lllllrtr-liustlT, ol
this tity, ban juut received inloriuation of the
death of his son, 1st Lieutenant Iki iieki. k
E. CitO'-MAN, 17th V. P. lni'aiitry, attached
to General Waiihkn'i Corp. He wa killed
In the engagement on the Weldon Rullroud on
the Kith instant, by a bullet through the he.td.
He was twice hit. the day previous., notbing
but bis watch sjved his Hie, a It wai found to
have been Indented by a nuiiet. in. wu a
brave toldkr Dd a good offer.
SlNClLAk ColNi.IDINl F. Oi. the 6th 01'
August, 1801, Admiral Fakii n.i r tun by the
forts in Mobile Lay aud yalurd Fort Gaines
with the greatest naval victory of modern
bUtory. On the oth ot fit ptcniber it is said
that the city of rblladelpbla 111 succeosluily
run tbe gauntlet of the draft, and her forte
w ill be gain of honor aud glory Indeed. She
will share them with FAititAOUT, tin AM',
SujtitMAN, ttt,d all of our bittYC lwX ;p.
1 TnK MKAMrV AT CAPE IM.A.HO.
f'f 1'"r a Thf hrrin TMmyS:
I Cam. Island, N. J., August l!t, id-it.
j fn The season at this favorite wateriim
' place oeiicd late this y esr, caused In some degree
by the raid Into Marylnml and IVrinf rhanlfi, but
a eoodly number of visiters have since been
here. Probably there were more here on Sunday
Inst than at any other period during the summer.
The il.ten'e heat of the preceding fortnight drove
all out of Philadelphia who could get away, and
though this summer at Cure May has been the
warmest I nown there for tuclvo ycurs, yet whnt
ts called warm weather at ( ape Mny would he
con-iiiercd very romfortalile In Philadelphia. I
Inc. e 'nown winter cletliintf worn at Caps May
on d..) s when the thermeiiutnr Mas over ninety
decrees In l'hilalelpliia.
The bathing ground has been duly honored
this year. It i certainly a very anitrmted and
pit tuiuntnic sjiertiiclo to sec to iimny huutlri di
in the surf at onte enjoying themselves, (me
thing is noticeable this Tear lii li has not been
so
amnion on previous seasons, iinuiciy, tuo
huge uiunhcr of letnalo swimmers. Many of tlie
voting Kills excel in this useful and healthful
c.tfiusc. Our swimming sports have not been
without gootlcflct'l in this diiei tion.
Iist night wo b:id tho plotisurc of listening to
Colonel Jaiiien, of Illinois, who mails two ex
cellent speeches from tho plaof the United
States Hotel. Among the auditors eie a party
ol volunteers from Delaware, who have recently
rccnlistcd. They favored the visitors at tho
stand w ith a number of patriotic songs in tho
roni bc of the evening. They came on an excar-
sion paity ami relumed this morning, leaving a
good name behind them for tho propriety of their
I coiitluet. Yours, etc., X.. Y.
n.ptlcnii I ou trie eiisorstii of the
The following characteristic letter occurs in tho
last volume of the "Napoleon Correspondence :"
"M. Ponchc I read in the Jum nnl nV r Empire
of the t'th Instant that at tho end of a comedy, tiy
Colin d'llurlovillo, this note occurs:
Fi rn an.l.erroiltcl I lie printing ami ar.I, pursuant t.i
the rt-c;.l-n ol lu, KKeaMenejr, Uio Mlnlstur ol Ot-nertil
l'l.tii c- Hui.itor. bitted, sth of tlu, month.
Ilvo der of In, KiorUancv. P. t.AdARIII',
Chief til the Dlrulon ol thi Llrt.r of tin fieis.
"1 am astonished at these new forms, which
tl.e law only could authorize. If It were propor
to establish a censorship, it could not bo estab
lished without my permission. When my w ill is
that the censorship shall not exist, I have a right
to le surprised at seeing in my empire forms
which may be good at Vienna and Utrlin. If
these be the result of an old nsugo, send me
a report on it. 1 have a long time calculated
the means of re-establishing the social cdilicc,
and now I am obliged to watch over the mainte
nance ot public liberty. I do not mean that the
French should become serfs. In France all that
is not prohibited is permitted; and nothing can
be prohibited except by the laws and the tri
bunals, or by measures of high police, whore pub
lic morals and public order aro concerned. I
repeat, I will not hove a censorship; becansa
evcrv btsiksellcr answers for the work he puts
Inlo'circtiittlion ; because I have, no wish to be
responsible for the nonsense that may ho printed ;
and because I will not allow a niero clerk to
tyrannize over mind and mutilate genius.
" NAl'OI.KON."
FE0M THE LOWES MISSISSIPPI.
Hutkner In ('smuanil nt Altsanndrln
Taj lor linai Chtarire f I'olk'a tl'orpt nl
Allnnla Btsbel Conscription 4 itltitn
Nnlra, Ac, Ac.
Caiiio, August 22. Tae steamer Wi Ilamh,
from New Orleans on tho lUth, arrived at this
lort tliiB morning. She brought WO hales of cot
ton to Memphis.
A large force of Ilcbcl cavalry are reported to
Imi concentrating ut Jackson, Mies.
The New Orleans IMIa has Aloxaudrlu advices
of the 7th. Kir by Smith was there, l'uckncr
commands Dick Taylor's troops. Taylor is at
Atlanta, in command of I'olk's old Corps. The
Itcbels were sci.ing the property of everybody
suspected of being favorable to tho Union.
A uumbcr of wealthy planters were living on
rations, in consequence of their houses having
been destroyed.
The Itcbels aro conscripting with great severity,
and both conscripts and refugees swear that they
will capture and hold Dick Taylor's children, as
hostages for the security of their families.
Tho lirlta says the army-worm is devastating
whole plantations of cotton. Sales of 201 b iles
arc reported, holdors asking higher prices. The
receipts amount to CoO bales. The stock of pro
visions and merchandise is limited, S'id there is
no tlitpositiou to operate.
riMi.ti (-i:m:h.i. a- j. isiiiiii m arhy.
We have ii. formation direct from Oeueral
Sic it It's Army, which completely refutes tho
stoiy of a light between him and Forrest's troops,
Him tln.t he was compelled to rctiro in the direc
tion of Memphis. The letter is dated at Oxford,
on (lie l-lli, and says that the only ciigagouint
tl a had taken place whs between a portion of
his cuvaliy and part of Forrest's troops. The
cm my ivus driven through Oxford, and pursued
lit'ccn miles further during which flight a num
ber of ltebels were killed and three caissons cap
tiiicd. Forrest's troops were scattered through
the ceuiitiy and hard to find, (icnerul Smith's
df-tinatiou was unknown to uny one except him
self, nntl it would be improper to stato the mini
ber of men with bint.
The Court of Inquiry rcre .ly convened to
Inquire into the cituuci of the unsuccessful nt
tenipt tu reduce l'eWiraburg on the 10th July, lian
temporarily suspended its sessions, (icneriil lltui
ccx lt, tlio rrveidunt, and General Miles, Bmemlfcr
of tho Court, being cngaec'l in important opera
tions upon the north aido of tho James. The
enly tcotiinuny yet titen is tli.it of OcikthIs
Miadf ami liiirnsido.
dnrrleHl.
111 M S-
- Hlti ri lT. on the wom In.iioil, hv ft.
llr.
lli.li.iion, Mr. lilt II A HI) II. lii:WH aud tlfn
MAK1
HIIU'I 1 r, Iniih oi t hi. t ity.
I.K.WIH llllllKIIHIIN. In Mny.liv the Iter. Hninuel
liar, of the K.Nlnrel Al t.'lmri.-h, i ftl It.trltie Mtreet. alult a
l'ovttilli,.lilllN LI'IWIH to INAhl.l, llllllliltStiN.
Tilt Ml'MKN-MroTT.-Oll the l.'lll lli-l.ol, he tlm
Kr. Tluuins II. Allen, Mr. .H1IIN III..NK1 J HOtll'SIIN
In Mi- JiaKIIIA A.NN Ml'OTl'.
A Ml KK1 MON. - Ilia relative an 1 Irionil. ol' the lainltv
nro ri-Mi trtillv mvit.'d to arlend the liinerHl or AI.KK l-.ll
r. AIJtl.li'lHilN. sou oi the late Tliooui. H. and Hitr
riel H. Allruoit, tro.ii the resMtneeol his arandinoilii.r,
Mrs. i'ls iiotiit. In Hmliloiiltel'i, oi. 'lLhiir.'tin aitenejon,
.'.'Mil III-!.. Ht 'I o'l'lw -a..
Dlevd.
hl.i K. mi the '.i.th itistatil, alter a lliit'Tln Illness,
)1r. .1. I.KW1H titer. . in IlieiUil year ol His ixi.
'Ihi. rt'tiiliies Hint Iim'IhI. oi , ... fnnttiy nlsi'lhe t'au.mt.
ship I'lre CoinPHllt' , are resin ettulli iniile.l lo afleO'l
II ,. funeral. IP'in the resilience ol hi-i iiioIIiim-I'I-Isw, No.
"nil N. 1 1 1. Ill xtrei t. ou A e.liiesil.it al leriioou, at J o'clock,
'lo p:i:i ,eil lo Odd I ellotr's (Vniol.-n.
IM'nl HAH. AlU'U't j.'il, I'lil, l -i'l II I H VI III II SI A,
iiiiiiul ilaii.hi.i oftieorre it . and Camilla 1''. I'ar piliar.
hi eil In o ii-niitli.- anil seven .la.i
I I II -I I II.- I'll the ilt liislalit. at .li-nl inlnmi. llr
.K11IN M. I t.llNsl.l.l! i.l Ihlsi'il.t. in ll'i' out .l-ai .il
Pis ma .
'Iiert-:u ives ami irlt-tiil- oi (lie taniiii a.-i. tin lie. t tu
Hltel'il li's I'lllieutl . irofll the r. -u'ell 'e 1.1 lii-.-!-'er. Mis.,
A.i . Iw iioii. No. :4i Mit'sliall st, c ct. .ui e.liie.'tai
H.t.'l . . mil. al .1 o'clta-s.
J .IX. it ,.! i r1 ,i i rviiciii; the -'IJ: Il Ill-tun! . al Furs
ti -a s.,..; iu-s, I I.l. I'.njli'.r ,ii lh.- lite J rau.'is .1,
ran'. ""'I ti .'l"i oi s,.,iiiii''l M. -..i.
lh,. i"la'is-.s al'il n eii'ls "I the trti.clf ht lilt ile( l
a. I.-II.1 ti e II 111', at, til M. Ann's I liHI'-l'. I.!ll. I sire I,
,..'t l..il.,i.ii u ...liies.i,, . tit,. .'4 ii j ii - lam
ll'-.i.l.l'l f. K ill' ". .Inly -."Itli lf, .ii l lie lutlle ..I
l'..i l'l'ii. i,llii...er..ent .1 A VI I - II. II' A .I. ITT
rl'ii'ei i i:. Ivi. hop's 1'.. oust K aim, li.:'. c , uiul .i e.iv ,
...i. .i llie laic .Ii in.- ll- a'Hi, o. Hi's . ui .
in i .-nu the t'l !u-t ut, t.A I it a HIM: 1101'., aired
, i i '.ins
'1 lie rciat iM. anil lrl' iiits o I the lauitll are respectfully
lui ited to attend tho foubrul trotu the lesidenee oi her I
niece. Hester Hoe, Hione ilouae li.oe ou Weilnea.lay I
biu-niciii:, al 2 o'clock. lo proceed to Muchpeiat) Ceuit- i'
ttry. I
toli.SE On Katurday, tlisiiDihof August, fr'R VNR, !
liii.iit s.in ot l raucia r . unu lite lute -nuna Ltoiison jinne,
MYKI1M On the ev. iiliic oi the lst Inst, JoiKl'it
II Uli'i.l).iii ot V. Harold and Keti.s.-ca M. Myer., in
the ith i ear ol hi. aae.
-1111.1.1-:. -Ou tlie 2jd iuslant. M,. AN S JI. SA
')1.LL, Aiie ut Johu II. Havllli . tu tlie lulyi-arol lur
awe
'1 he relai.ve. and irlends of the tonill . are resi ectinllv
InvilcU lo atteu.1 the lunerul, iroiu the resilience oi
her Lrot'yvr lU-iaw . lli.odot W. niintli, So. isll U har
i.n sirciT. ou Tliiirs'iai uiornini.', ytu lusiaut, at it)
.deck, l b j.riaeed to I'hilattelplilo C.iiiilerv.
c
ai:tkin.
OI.IEKTAL I'ETEESIYE BOAP.
Tli uw.vlie. pcr!i:ily ft tw,.p I i.v.; mAl' vt f
t..u;e uiAteriulif, and li in dnll us b M k-d '. .'.utitlrvtii
cubHRtl uuiilM.1 in Finuivjui'4 atiuii. M tt- ci'.ii .
will. LHj U.lfUs ! Ub'T, ct'i be hi-.hiJ wau u ihrni u
s'tlcT kiif tiaatile lu lit t'lllf d SUl' n.
1 h vret pti'itJdrtt ot our iRrej?i ap l..( .o-tti tU
ct.itriai brtunleii ioa-uni;rw, li.i net; knew Ii- iv to
lU.tr .0 tuOd -JJ,tJ Dik lluilAtK-ntuf "lir l' UT-iVt Snip,
iil h they put nu it; uiftrkct , iui x At iU'tu 'emcaii
tn UTipfim ipttd J altri to it 11 thi Ir hpir.iut urticlo tin uu
jiut r utftucu ttfjuirii) 1 tlie u:Hkri y; lit cii.j viiiniiu
let rlv'.
VAN HAG EN & McK GONE,
au,'J-l.'l
I'lllLALiULfUIA.
I.
W A I. It A. V 13 IV,
8 , y.r8.1 TO W. H. t AkP.Vf ,
MAHONIU IIAI.I.,
Ho. Tlfl OEEflinjT Street.
WINDOW HHA11UH,
OintTAINH.
K')i71T0 riElTlVO-l.
BUSINESS ITEMS.
1 I li It 1 K ' H
C1IILI.KI IKON
SALT.
8TIL1. ri.lMNO lORtMK l XEVr,
Who it It'sO
1AT 8 tlXA, Vf UT.N YOf I't T VOCK I lS'llIK OS
HIM UK AIM T THAU."
To Pavltl Kvans, of tin Firm of Evann A W.tttin:
Sin:-Von pt'ldlely srtrt1 In a Isle new.porarte'e,
thai Otl wo'tlil drill any l.tLLlK'S SA1 K uot In one la
ISc cit nl rtill'idiili.liia In tro hmirt, Imiodlnx the
hnfe.atthe HitnK of Northern Liberties, An. Wo li.ve
f'tlrlv met Ton on your own srotind. ami gave you ihreo
l.oors iiiKleitd of too hour, (the time jon aikoS), without
resr.iie. Itnt roll sat In a aUll later arUele, yon will
tiletlirti $110 iKHlntt' fllnO I tint THI lll drill anil
open mnia otlierol LII.I.IKS SAH'.S In tt-roa hours.
Now, oi yon have not tonhdonre to put Kt ans .tt Wot
Hon's Mt-reanll e S,ra aalimt I.il'le'i at a Pint Proof,
nor l.vani d W st.on'a le,t llua. Hule arainst I.lllu '
til a llurular Froof, and a, yon havi- not c.oillneni s in
lour ai.iTitv to fion one of i.illl!'n Snfrt at the Hank of
frortliem I'll'F rtn In ihree lour,, hut still asaert ll.al Jon
e.111 open other oi lullhe', Hhh In (hue hoiiri, and otri-r
to itlrdiF Stoon atithul nmt that
f-HXo tint jon will I litis
iiut'ii l.iiiiei Hmi at lli Ursl Nallou.il lUiik. ( bun-
tor, the frfrst N nl ml IUnk nt WDliniuiinort, aikI
(-thcru; now, ti nt mr ronh rfu1 tnlrnt In drillinff ohtiU-tl
Iron -.ti nil n it to "hid tn a iMifficl" or "wmitwl on lwrt
Ir," wr puintfKi1 tr Airiineo villi fitliprol Hit' aliovi- Hmki
fan yon may clfct ) to ullutv you to ot-frntr nrM'iiUieir mfe.
Tlu lolli whig to lc tin t'TJHi nr.il riiiiItlttiH
Tin- wf:- KnrU puit shall put Iti'o tlm Imiiil or Iho
raahli r 9 IfnK. Tho iir..icr to put tin mfiity in tl.o (!'
and Ick It on hli roii.biuuihiii. ou an- tnoporatf on the
fp i-n. lht lr a, propimt'l In ; onr ( hallene t' thr Corn
f.'m,m,( Itnnt lu nil rttnit. 11 fu ut M'M-a-Mnit
fi the money In Ihn-o hmr It i to he nry,
II no! it'- nif'Tio ii to ho fnr, nod ; uti are, in tm ol ti-tll-iirc
to ar the da:niiK' t loito if the a.fr ; ami arc-1 hi?
allowt'l tiro if t!io Ihi hhrl diilit you can luoxiire to
opr tuie itli.
'1 i.p etmiiifi'tn .Von sliHllflrhlnrrnOKf with tlieSevonth
Htimi:tl r.Hk. rhilm'eli'hiti. lo luiinh .lu lr nair tor n- to
f .itrAlu v-poii, fchfiihl yi'ti MH-crcd to upon I,ilHe, and
rtn h piiv t plttlKi-as nhove, Hiid 11 wo do not open
ti.elr hiifi', uiii'lr ly Kwiii- A H atson nt rout of M Kt, In
l ivo hnur.t, vvhboiit poM'dt'i'. and w ill. U" inert' noin' fiati
m-Uic to ovn l.fihe'ii, tho mofii'V to In- yinrn, and I lie
ihironf.o tn the nalV lob- made yoodhytis. It m do anc
tot'd, thn moiir to bo onr
As Touih' hho tt plnie P.van- Ar Wtin'a h(t Hank
Hull., ci.uttuu tl'. aifitliiMt l.llUo'a. coition fc-v'JO, oil Ciual
tiTius at. n VurLiaf proof, we nor offer von ono-huU
t:iore lim(- than wo nik (nhould jou ftticuued at nil
Shall ,i t -,, ,t it eeertn-VI(( i MS
M.I .IHIil I K. Ayitf
(.. il Boolll 8K BJIfH Utrel.
T
CH AMBERSBURG.
VICTOItY ! VICTORY t
12VA.ISH -V WATHON'H
SALAMANDER BAILS.
KKA1 'IHK I'OI.l.OM'INC. Cl.KTIl'ICATr.S :
On AMTtMtiurno. Alii.'Utt lv;i,
4.11 , i n.r : 'I his in to Inform yon that thf ftufe pur
el.nstd ol yvv fotuv loo fclnri wfn enh). --l Ii tlie rTrea.
lire vluch consiiineU nir store dnniif the Kuhtl ina-u
ot the :aiii of .1 nl v Ja-at.
We are hp ic any (hat afur rt had tnkea our nfo
ho in the niiiii. v hen- it hud h.tu hr iioilod ol thit odnv
and npi iii'd il, m found out' Iwoli- nnd pupera In an
i'ri:l!eiit eniiilitiaXi.
v wou.d ifeniiiitit nil ynir Httf-'t, to nil pertjoiin vim
wi-h a v.. t ftrtk'Ni. ours iroi,
Mil. I, I. K, I1AMH.10V & CO.
CllAMH!..;..i:UiJ, Allgtlht Vt lbhl.
liri rt mi m : I witJi nh fcsiii'0 Inform oit that on fiien
Ini' in v tare, mirrliiuiod Inm vull bniuo thue hint f. oil
.SHliirdaj, cnoiiiiR lat,.iiist to wt-ol.h fiir the bnrninj of
om tou ii hv the KiWh. 1 l"tiuii mv iKiokn tNl imperii in
ir.iirh ixtttr eonditiou than I exported; on oeulnff the
hook n nnd DuinTr. loiind ihrin d riwt. MvbbIp vis
pott d to utvn hrnl, on iu count of the tjnnnllty ol ull and
olhirtM'nihiiktlhle inatiorl had fu my reil.u. Iwriijou
in ivnuiia ui t he i air thnt wa in mv aniu ditinu the tire,
that you ina how well it wa- prenerved. I Ui hoon
w unt mv hie rep uired.or m new one m cm hniit'C.
i r lefipfvtfuJt.v joins., 1.. IK IA STKU.
i Cham m iiMirr..., AuUbt 15, lS'tl.
1 .(,. AT ,'tir , HVi,i'
iU Mi l mi u :- In tho drendOd flrf wlilrli destroyed my
store in A the urenur porth.u ot this low n, wii ett waaiume
h the Rehuht, ou tlx- Ulthol July l:A, I badoneol oiir
! fr.-simii(' KhIi m. itiirehnsed fro.n von some time ainee.
v hii h r.inti.ini il mt htokn. nan lM. Ar A(t( T UUdoruollilI
thavioieii' col Uio ianien, nnd lulling noinu tuu fe(. and
reiualnlPK In tho henlod ruins lor a pcrled of eenleeu
da.i.it w its rf rove red rrom ne uurnini innrta ana oneutM,
I Jiau' lhi arnUtlL-nljOli tolinlorni V"U that iU iontenl
wen irenei(d la ao oeellcnt condition, and as tills U
OTi of thr many Inalanct w herein jionr hniet imve lolly
mi'ta tied the H'Od (iial!itea ;itirliii d to them, 1 fccUt an
ats'jeeiihlajdutN to ii'udi r iiKii ol Hi lin t.
l;eM''Ct'fli!l.N-.oiirn, -I. I.. O'UKRT.
Mci. .'i'uh.- d- M'tit'n : n ,
4,i m i ; Mi s This la to lnlr-rm yon thai tlio Haft' w
Mirel imrd fiona j on homi tlrao a .'ti a nuhjeeied to l! e
lire h tnmttl i.tu-oihce diniinr lha lteb. l irnaaiou
on U't li'il. oi .inly InM We an Inu'lo tn my that tha
nio Hf-'tl ih t oi trt lit o well, and
i-red our
papom irom it nnlnhncd
iv-ijr reritt.tiiillyt
Kl.SM'.I'Va; MM..
Mcie Sales r.ftlie .ame E',.'il niinilty lur anie at
I'. VAN'S V WATSON'S
SAL AM ANKER SAFE. STORE,
.,,-.. j No. I H H. I Ot. Itlll Hlne!.
l ine ttuailiiy I iiniiipnunra.
lieai . I . i is ,t l:i. ma..,
Aici iitul 'I cut1, siiroc'.,
IU. a I "I leetivcl a
1 .T-1. ..ipitatl.'ii
i.i
( I arl' s lleuta'. . k.
'ip.rl(e..,a...k.
Ala.lact I "II- ,iiot,
(Ween k al.
Al ll.'.u .V Co..
loll .' I'
Auil ullicr hi'iior liraii'l- ol
( t.iciiiie'.-s.
I . tl. HliHiiiau A Co.,
Manuiactniara i.i Sew anil ! tel-' ao a C.nilet tc.i.s, vm..!
I'ii.-:. Cliocolalo Carsuicla.Ciciii.i.. l.a M.-leite
I'ar la, evu'iiatt-lv f!a- crcl
II. aaietl, l.-i'lan A1iii"ii.ls, Ac ,,1-
N...illfi CIltMlllI atel,ln a.a round.
Klasa k dt I'lHIioa.
STICK A l. S
MASON
HAMLIN S
CABINET
ITECl Cil.'l
OBOABS.
PTANei.
J.
1.01'Ul,
BTnib aadCLaaaut iiraaia.
pREEIDENTIAL 0AMPAI6H.
FLAOH,
IAKNEE8 isKD TRASSFARENCIES.
wiia f. eciiEiuiaX
Ho. 49 S. THIRD BTIlIET,
Atova Cteaaat, FfakhtdOakla.
MAMFACIlliE OF
FLAGF,
JAKNERS,
TRAKSPARXNC1BS,
AND LANTERXS.
laHIUal CtKMldi dull tl at with Laateioa.
tadaa, Baoaart, and Flacf, at reaaeaahka rat. a. )a-3a
0
I L STOCKS
nocoiiT ash soi.rt
OM C.'ilMIMilOS.
Ky OiOltlil. J. BOYD,
Ilr.ik.r,
tii.im yo.ltH.TIIIBUHirei.t.
u.
C NEW 7-30 LOAN.
ra Hubsf rlpil.mi rcceivad, aud tho otn
lurnltu.d.I...t .IKtiai.c..,hyci.ouuij
Hun I. or,
m.'v-v4 tviits.imiiVe'U'.vit
AMUSEMENTS.
t nlVHifflCH PUN UT STRKET THK .Till'..
VI LSOiSAHO (1HOVKI! M Mttiaor
Tills l.M.SINU.
The Tat roaaaNo, aiaiicd, i)niciniimlc, upsctaeaiaf
"'AI.Anitllf. OB THK WONhKRI Ht. t.AVP.
TIIKI.IVIN1I I Ol STAIN Ol C'OI.OUI.I WATI 'ls,
All His hew and Mnlllcenl Set ni ry. I letitnt .Millie,
t .,thiriolo pnu.-isl at sn i-iiial o-t el i.-"U. Tie
tst ff clisraeU-rn I, one o' rcat everilenre .
I-HIIT'.S OK ARMISSWN.
Pro, CIlTleot 1-aniuotle r cert,.
I nnil (Tnle " 'i
C." Iintrn Hi t " .
Hn of U. I retii licr.i-, only are rt -e. tea a, Orclmilta
S' l.l. ho extra el.iei-e .-r m runny hi.
1 a ir t pen nl 7 u'etts'ti. Is.Tf. rnmiif i co-rmeti'' el s,
pteilse'i, "
rj'Illil rilll.AinJl.l'lUA
SUNDAY-ECnOOL BOOK STORE
.1. CI. OAl.HK.t'FiH V CO.,
No. 118 S.IOUUIU STKLtT,
humkh nr tpt nir.rRr.AM. wit-iti. in-
Ir-irfliii'iinn h JAln M. liart I.I . I). 7.'. t-rnM.
TrvilJ-ftil (MitJipr nr ;m rtrtt, am' fli Trnnrr o! mi wimrr,
Whi mt litis too vtlro'no oh.ni'' In fjy uue
litr trt liome.
a .far it rar. intakt .school, p., mi--
Ha m i I. .11 1
(t in it rrtiiolT (1 - io"t' dJrn.mi lt u .( 6-vk f r so
lll,Hlt-C.H.lat i '! I (T lllftl J". fa : t T I -4 fl I'lll ll-hvd. It
( ii!lf tMHiiK' Hen' ai.41 i'i d 'nnuiinntirtpfii.
It (tH OF UOy. It A I.. O. K. M'c- til-.
I K ill A.MI SMADl. II y..
AnntN 11iit took U'l tm- nnre Ivrinci .1 rlivi'i ftf lh
HnlitmU. H' 1,(1.
1 V1.R1.L A( O fll.l'. Hyk.h.O.l.. M)n ut.
AMI. 11AJ.L. 1tt Ml-:M - h"lini.i: IN thi Akmv.
Aiirlv Iffitl R WTlIIMl lor tii(- "nt iHiiiv rv in.-i iimti
II in lrm the ftllt si l-n Ol Minn kt 11
and ell' tied inurU
iuiirt .i lit it uia-jny its
jr l; Ai'p--trunrr in
i ; ml fOim.
.ii Kit v ami ii is rKn:MR. ;
t-u, An -.-v(ii'.nt
. .! .or iHiyi.
ri:ttuiiKK8; A Rfcijrj i to Ji i.nv
(' cents.
WIMSIK MAl.ONF. 4r.rtnt..
RAItul N T 8 TKMn It .M'i; 1 AT I : In 'Uif :
c nis per vnluinn. The piim it r the TrnippriW
Til."tott.f InU-fct RnMMh Hofioil HooVi ronitntitiv
on I and. au'.i' i ur.'t.
QODEY and PE1ERS0N for EEPTEMBEE.
riTUH J J i rt,
o. SOS CII1RNLT Hrreat.
0-:it
T V.A
I j 1 1
v-aaii f-itrltl r)TL'llt 11' a IM'TlI'C
h ra uien. Toetn. Hannihii.'.. J- lathout'p, I ypn hi
HiueH. iri' ludiiiH I-iiihiing rhysitiKinnntia, 1 urtritltn ol
tit nf'tHt I.ee. I rnLI :. Thoinaa. I ootor. Ilnlieork. Kutle
Mel'lKT.'-on, Napier, with Rlaek Hnk,r lleenaii Itrown
low. Iir. TTnif. Martin I. other , KriiiiiiH l orninir. 1. K.
Hiirii.r.dmrLrl1. Mnrrli.iti-.. In Nl A' I lU HKIl Kl M -
lir.K rHl:i;N(l.(Kil('Al. .IiH'IINAL. V0 renti h first
povt, or a mr. Newnmon have it. mw i.mi t;i.i.,
S :tnfl IlKOAtiW AY, New urk; J. I.. CAIT1N. No. 7 8.
i j,M I II Hireel, l'hihtdeiphia. au.-j -i
Afil'.H'S l'.NV.I.0rK MANl' T ACTOR Y
llAlll.K'H I'AI'l lt 8TUItl No. .1111 Cltl.SNl 1'
Hlrifl.
Mnee Ima Mlll'onaof r.nveloiio. on hantl.
Mi,,... m.l.i.. t-'.nvi-looes nl unv ale to order.
Miuof Ims Mllllouaor Keuina of Note, l etter, ami Call
I'iiht on hnml
rtlauee aueiilloa t'ltyana uonoiry nimfKeepar at tnir
r1rea,
MiiLee mnniirdelnre. many new ,l.!es r.f F.nvi-lopri.
ami niMier. Wholesale ami ItcUII. at No. :1G I'HKSNt I
H'r.st.
M At.r i:. ?,o. ;nH t;;ir.si. t -1 i i nr.i. i .
MAtllJ:, No. .UK HK-NI r HI 1(1 I 1 ,
lio.l V So :.li; I lll'HNI T M ltl l T.
llA 1AU1.L Hl t'l'I.V OK I.K.Mt M:.t ll. OK
11AM). au-"-it
A 1 tt.S.
jl I ii.nu her triendj th.tl al.e l.:is ri mm ctl iroiu Ko. IH7
t IIUSNI T Hin-.ttoNo. as.s.itu it i it ntreet.
f- ASK A Itl VTY'S M'.W ltl.AXK HOOKS
' atitl Slatltliery, Ku. h. 101 Hill Mtreet, Opcnod
To- llMl".
( 1 KNl'IXH
ai tlCopyln
AKNOI.D'S WUITINO lLUll)
; Ink, Uireet from London al
t llitni. IV .1' ri.n
Nt Itliuik Hook anil ."Hill m r Hlora,
Ho. H. 1 tn Itlll Him I.
tUV. lli.OCK ADl'.-lt I'NNKK "riUN
.. A'.ice." was eaoinreil an Involec ol tlie WotM'fl
I'ti.r 1'rli t up Taper, a portion oi w rti.-ii is lor sa-e at
CIlAtti; 4 Ut I IVH
Kt w P.lhlik B. ok anil (stationery Rlore,
So. 'si, lot itm bin.it.
lll.ANK MOOK8 Ol'' KVKUY DESCKIP-
J tlon on l:anl, or made to onler, at a anisll atiiaoco
oi. (oil irlcoit at
CHAM. A- 111 I T S
cw Itlank Itook anu stntlonerv Htore,
No.nb.rdlllllt allrcat.
A 1 ANY Of
THE VAKIETIK8 OP
il I Letter, Cup, anil Nolo I'tper, tuiieli
aui crior to
tl.f.at of litti r uiatiiilacttire, can nu rail nt
CIIAHF. lt-'TVS,
New lllnnV tliV( anil Hiailonary Hi.iro.
No. '.V M. 1 OUI.lll Ktreet.
(i
tOI.I) l'KNSANO PENCILS TO KL'IT ALL
preilirt'iiix i., and warrant".! lor out itr, can uo
ta.l nt
.- i ii isr i l 1'PI 'u
New Wank Hook ami mail m -rr n.iro,
No .:J Is. t-'H IITH Htreet.
Oh l'l.H CENT CAN BE EAYl.lt UY ri.'K-
m.Y' CliilS
iasins t our Klnlionery at
. it aisr
IIHFTV'8
How Wank IHsik ami Mallonerv M'"e,
No.'.' K. I'OLKTll nu-i' t.
Uli'.0iu
AMERICAN BANK-NOTE EEPOETER,
THE ONLY HANK NOTE UEI'ORTER IN
VHILADl.I.PHIA.
rUltl I.SIII D M T.LKLV.
Tlie only one eoiitalntiK: yi:OTATIiJS-i of Bauk Vnbw
In FOtli Ct riKB.vIr :
Illll.Al'KI.nilA,
llALHilOllH,
Nl:tV ORK,
CIMINMATl.
1 tic only oi a lili'h coDtaiiia t'.ic
NATIONAL JiANKS
an fiift ua crganlxil (i.nulal 11.1).
Tha onlv one vlilch contulm the tiENF.tiAL MS-
COl -NT In
EIGHTEEN CITIES, VIZ :
I'nit.ADFi.riiiA,
WASIllNtilON,
IUHJUhS'l I II,
I'flTM.l U(i,
( IIIOAIKt.
HI III ll t:,
mi.Tiiun.i',
( i li.M.I A.N1',
Ai.HANV,
TROT,
HT. I.OIIIS.
liAVK.Sfl'ItT,
ni.w troiia,
CINCINNATI,
W ILMlSlifON,
ST. I-AIX,
l.ol'InVII.I.K,
Jlli-W Al KLi:.
The only una w hlcU g ct the oarlleat Infoi uaCJil of
NKW COt'.N'iEKlT.lT N0TL8,
liOIMIiN'ITC MAKKiais, STOCK TAIIUIN,
AM'
1'1-SJAMTAL MIW.H.
Iht fi. i'.ltici. of tho
AMERICAN BANK-KOTE REPORTER,
K0T1J I' IN AM IAI, ANI TtltKIRM'HIC,
Alti: UNKOA AI.LD.
M KhCktl'MONS (I'l'.K ANNI M), IX ADVANCi:.
Wictly 'l I Scml .Montlity t'i
Ituiilfcly H.
Ol t it 1, N... HIS f. Tll!l;l 8l1ll:l.l',(t'.irilMoirl.
AOI'I.'KHS,
C'OIII'.N.
ai It liu
fLiii.ih'ntirt.
JT.VALIDS AND CON fALESCENTS.
INYAt.il R AS1 (OSVAI.Ef:UITS.
Iu alida and ConvaU'.oeuta,
tin alida and Com ale acuta,
Kapeolally
FEMALKB IS DELICATE HEALTH,
FEMALES IK HELII'ATE HEALTH,
1X.MALE8 IV IiEU'.'ATE 1111ALTH,
Will f nd our Wllluiidoiir Will tud cur
California Wlnei. California Wlnaa,
Canforul Wiuaa, C'allfonila WU.ea,
Cal.A n.ia Winei, Caliiorula Wlon,
.ciiUarly vaJuahlaiii ad catea df languor aud trtatfrot
traii( oi airtuitl .
Ak Ak Aik Aik A.k
Aak Aak A.k Aik Aa
Ask Ak Ak Ask A.k
lira. JdcCaUntid, i.ehharl, Jackian,
(ol'U.e Wuaaylvania Cnlviniiy),
H.rlrr. Henna, (Invea, Ilartthoraa
Ultima la. Winiama, Hartley, Na dhaid,
WU.0B, Tu.dal, Vluul, Fi.B.ley,
obl, Kuoit, Maytnd, Turner,
and ctlatr laadinv phj.iciana, wtutt U.ty think of tha Dfcedi
cliialvlrlne.ol CalUornia Wuteal Ti..e irentfcuwn pra-
acrlLaonr brai.di.and aaaure at ol tt.a btn.nu pauau'j
raxtrve irota tktur uaa I
CAUFOIMA WliJX ACESCT,
fcX lu) Mo. 12 C. FIETB iimt. ahova Cbaaaat.
EDIOrNAL COD LIVER OIL
JOHN O. BAKtCR & CO..
JSu. 716 M ARK ET MBStT,
art r( r(ceilntliiilr auppliua In .a irou the fiil.nia.
The luperUirity of their OIL lu avrry retct, haa eaiutd
U i It a rc ulaiku and ak Uyeud any utl.cr louud la tl.e
ruaiket.
TonialntaiBlt, thy are doterminad win). ply annrllcle
tliaumay bc entirely rilled ou for Iro.kueai aud iiurity,
JtSV UjMuvuU1! vl i'lViviivi) vi X'Mtf Sv" ISI I4U
AL'CTtON SALES.
III
ACKI.YS
At (.HON IttxiMS, No.
S-'
alAJiKLT Sir-Hi
WANT8.
TKN VCI UN I l;l.KS WAN VI II IMMK-
i
Hileiy f r tht. e .nri.
l-i"l nit ,1 evo, 1
.-tfiltov i.fni nt li'-itnt;.
e' no i-rs iota." til t ,h I i oi t-r S e.
'.'SI ; ....
rirft S. It '.lot'. . rt 'it" I. lot t. ti i 1'i- l:. r -i i r;.. w. ;
h.. r-a-l. w . e n t t ss.
Ko.ll.. H. HISM If Mr. . t.
aul? ?i L-.in K'.. I", ,! e.-.
A KTII.I.r.l-'
AM) UAVAI.KY lli.ii.Mi.t
. fMit.
A'-ii 1
I.' I T lVf4s f I i; i,
r 'i 1 1 hi a ( r j.
r- in'' Op-it,
j i r ti . v ill
(. -fr- ni.ti.! . I... Hi' A.tlii-n nn-i (
ii' i 'in I ft .! I V M.f Ttlrr.ii,nr-J. In i l P
l rt. (.all
ii .. i, v, -f ii t-rt a. ir. nii-ininT tm
ftJltlnltl t- If .imI-p- 1.(1 to the II ll.M !
crnm' nt
IIiiTfi If Ir .'''IItiU I' V- u""1
lnsvii-ir,
rat tll VII I I M I I NN HOil L, SUlihM
twen Hcttlli :i: tl Ni tu stn- t.
I. (Ttli f M ( ( I. IT I li"',K" II. t-iwvuau
Q itJtcniist. r-it V. h. A
It OI!MP.
H' ?( T Hit '.c
4 .ttl
i'ii mil AwciiniT ',-
T
K A M S T K U .S W AMKD.
(nu. i QfR- n'iT r'i 0-' .
1M'.T t W -in -'.-,
Worn .!., t t . An; If. 1-M.
V'dntJNl, at m-p. livr. UL'MiKl-.h to lK
TTi'M AN.' ( 1 t ) 1 F. WH'I Kltft " n h fi,Mf " fluif.
If it.- whh Finrln l.!'. arid mnt.ae:iiip H rneh U" .
To siioh who are ri DireUn lo p-rP no tin-ant., mo
pj per RHmib tll he thirty fit di IIhm, hh on-
I aivon ptH o7i nnu iinnni nn n grs, km mums "1
; atti.s.ins w i i n mm,
Mi n c ti len.i .1 as nu Mnvtor will rfopeunn
pf!i(n, iijon orii'-iiHH in tbi ynui wint rtc
t- I Teanisier-.
Aitdyto Ri.tnl , CIIAH..II TOVriiTMS. . Q.M..U.
8. A-.i-orwof ol TVV .NTV-hKCNIaiKt U btrroti, TV h
tiu-lofi.D.C.
Tl. II. r t I K I K,
r.rfuadh r 'ifntral andChh i unnjtrrM a ler,
fti.lli.U Jn-i'olol Wa lm-gtoii.
HOVM-: M'ANTH) IN OtKMANTOWX
lortl'H"t 11 til. To rent f' i a eai , oi t" pun
rii;.j.:olpiil(.
C
11 Y
ltIIST, Vn.,
A.iK"t 7, lMi I.
f Ik -ot ee Ri !
K-lTltot A'.A.' sl it.i
A mi i'
Vvvinxi:i.
:mm Ti'iiiiilt'N,
rut Wht flti lluVitaJ,
IK) tlncKnittliM. mid
Hit Cfli'i'luue Trliumcr.
Wli lll rareite . hl'.ait raU.oi Ga l-nnml
ral loni", anil nurti. it atie tai,ce.
lrauiportutioii (uriil.liiJ by anpl.Tluu t
No. fi n.NNSM.VANIA Wl.Nl'F.,
WAtiireuTOM, D. C.
K. J. STltAM.,
t'ap'aiti, A. i. at.
JAMKS M. KKI.I.Y,
atiir-lnt Kaarteraa-t r A-eni.
FOR SALE AND TO LET.
FOR RALE A PKOPUKTY, t'OV-ft
i.lalnlwr;4 acre of iitouiiil, loiatod In the l-l J.
l mil. hetwean t.rav's; I'nrrv llrljiie and t'niteit Htmes
Arennl. Iiavint.' a trout ol ationt lMiO u-et up in tlie yiula
ilelphia, A llnilnulon anil Haltltnora, and bra' Petrr
Tatitiitior Itallroail, extetiUinit back, to Inn-water murk
tip. n lha Hclmjlkill river, .iith a ilvor ttont of sotoral
hni.Jrtd feet. Tlieie are throe leo llou.ea upon !neiro-
I.etty.at..! a portion oi tlie uptatid la now ti.t-it tor :tKrliul
ilrul nurposi-a. 'I lure eao he no liellrr lKalion in Ilia
etlr lor piAilf works or prt. ate realtleoi-oa.
r or iDxtber ini'.nuaiii.ii, appiv to
f Jl. II. e.1 i lil.inb,
No. 4l,i I KANKI.IM htriHt.
FOR SALE. THAT Sl'LENDIDrtk
01-
I'AKM and Country 8oat, lute tl.e e'Mfa of Dr. J
. Vomiii. a. tlio imntili ot ( litati r, Kelntatra cui.s.
rontainluc ll"M Acn of I.AN!. In a hlith ilaee of eulttvas
tlcu, loaeth.-r with tlie larne Munalon iionae, itoi rteu.es,
llriipoilea, r'atra Iloii.e, Haul Riol rllur ontlMiiMliKi.
Tbi' uiwna KM eli.i.lt-e and hi aiillfully lud out, Willi
eh,.icc I rult Trees, Slirnt-bery, hlatimr.r, Founlnlna. Ac ,
Ar. MprluK water is nitroinuru into nu tne noi.i-i'n.
I'lilMUus. The niiiifuu'mfiiia arc nn the tuoat ovten
alio aealo, with all tlio iiioli-m convi nletu'es. Tlie nttiia-
llon la a dtlUhthil r.n.. Tlie nnrchaaor. If he ninirea,
r. 'i.ld rei a lai.e iorti..n ot iu innn kt diiuu.ii,' puipo.ui.
1'i.r luriter Informal I n apply to ,
yai, it. a r.ii.-iLi.iai.,
allW-tlntllSw No. t'.'i rilAMil.l.S Slmot.
FOItSAI.r.. S .O.fiOO M OH I II IN UOOIJ
iillolne., laruemul .mall, on temia lo anil pitrcha-ora,
nilir Willi or will ( til Incumbrance, for eaaU am1 g'sjd
trnJe. Innnn-i' ot, Irom 10 to 1'.' o'olnek A. al..
111UK. M. l'l.OM 51 A"t, Hv. 1 B. 1 l-'l UlU Biroot.
TO RENT. II AN'IISOMI'. STOIiF, WITH
i pluleclass i ji.josia, aud dwelling.
no. . IXK-
N 1 11 BUl'I'I.
ji-.'l-lt
CIT I'OIt CAl'Ji MAY.
Tll bXAtNt ll AM) COMMOHK'l8 RTF.AT11.K
MANHATTAN,"
C A T T A I N E. A. It YI1IK R,
Or the Cat Mny I.lito.la now mal.lm her regular tilpa to
CAIT: it At, leni Ilk Altcil Bin at ttliai f, ei ery Tuea.lay,
Ttmiadny, and Batiintay at nine o'clock; retarnlnn tiUl
leaio Caplayciery Mortrtay. Wetluoaday, and Frlilay
at tail-past alght o'clock, louelilui nt New Caatlt Going
and rtlnrnln(.'. Vara t'-'f"; can last hlra included.
CMalren half rrlooj carriage lilro lm-.li .1. Hervanla
I'M: cnrrlr.ge Lire etia. l'rilitM at ton rate.. No
freight racclvad aitui a o'clock, an. lu al casea tuiitt ba
fropald,
JyJl-tf JOSKP1I A. 8TF.WABT, Atot.
JAMKS S. Ill It D.'ll' AC11 1 .11 Ol'TIl I'. TIAN'O,
No.'--HI Vtl'.f.STH Strott, lnl'. epnice. uu.'i luf
XTOTICE OV (O-rAHTM.l'.Sltrr. ME
A havei thia itnv feinted a Co-Pai-ncraliii'. under the
Uiiuardnamt oi AKUIiKAS IIAh'l r:L A CO.. mid mil
ri uiaiua the tin ,iiu -a ei C;iii-o t'rlatitu anJ .'Stauiiiiictoriiia
iritie.ral.ato'ir fill I Work, near lloliui'sbura. attorcMo.
!.Hl llll'Kt'll AI M. I. ...
aMittr.in ti.' ii i i i.,
CIitAIN It. WAIIUIMITON.
,ll)Ni:lTI IIAUll.l..
11111 .ADI'LI'lilA, Alliitlst 1, 1 4. aii'.'-'-Sk
I lOOrEK'S ALE VAl I.Tf, . I'.. t:(Ui.M li
II 1 UIllll and CUKSSCT ntreels,
CMrEit CN1I1 l siiAll.r 1 1 i.1 .i.lii ii .ire......
I'KM.siTAN S OI L! BI'ANIl.
TIlE COOIF.S'I AM) lU'.ST Al KS I N Till: Ctrl'.
OI.XI JIKA.'.l'll.s,, 11 mr.s), in no, n nismr.s,
CAI.II (1IINIA M CATAWIIA WINKS
AMI i lilt AM HKS. ! N'il.lHIl, IRISH,
SCOT I'll. ASIIAMKIIH.'AS AI.E.S
AMI IlltOWN I"I T.
TM. r.s,ralvil old aland h.iiin heert rdiot al. d aa.l
tl.rouKlUy rclittad, t. till one of tlio llnoat sl.a k. ol Ale.
and ol.otoe l.'.ji .-rs lutlieelly.tlie proprietor luiile. thn
pi:l c to Kt.' him li call, coniiileut a. ho I. of ll'elr itf -ponal.
oitM-lin
fJNrrED STATES POSTAGE STAMPS.
rOfcTAGE STAMTS l'Olt SALE.
A DlrsCOCli'T OF 10 I'EI! CTJIT. ON ALL HI nu
OF .M AM) CrWAKOH.
At the Frtiiclpjl 141 for tlie aak- of lull rnal It. venue
Miampi,
V. .i ClltsiN1 T siircet, au
aillO K.i 1(3 S. FIFTH 8lt(l.Prila'UI.IJa.
V II Ji NEW 1-A.X ItlJ'Ia
HliVlSNUli ST A Ml LAW.
Coi.tea of the New Tm Bill and Kevanue Stama Law,
r sale wh'ilanile and retail j and HuveniM Ktamp, oi all
tleacrtenou. coiiatautly u liauU, at lha ioUowli ra eaw
di-cnini ;- ...,A . .,i...
n oroert oi i"" v i3"' ""'
lulMhrea " "
.. " ixxi, idnr " "
At the Itincli al Depot for :he Rale of Inie.-unl Revenue
SiM.Vo.-l". CII1HCT Street, and Nc l'U .1 FIFTH
niett. Full tUacuhalnu if tke Stamp l aw in ( ainnlilel
lorul.
)
I A I O N IJ W.
rraon i a i'.i Iilaniord-or other IT. :ioc in i lo
di.r- of in r caiiinj eu
LEWIS LADSldTJS & CO.,
Iiai.onellvlerniil Ji welors
ISO. M)4 CIIESNUT Htveet,
W will f.vstU k;.eatcaat. fiio. uJi-aS
KM HAKlllaH'B
vHckisjia axb VkiaiL
CL.OK E8TAKI.IBHMICNT,
a. X. eur.tr bECOSD and CUES sn Birecla, Tal ai a.
4i l SCI T( Till. F ATI-NT-
EtVALIl'lNO TIFJBrY-DAT C'OCRg.
A very tt. .Table ankle for Ckunhte, Itcula, Banka.
ZTS;""tnH of rrve c.olp few.
1lo. k.H HEFAI1ILMJ ANl WAl.lt lNlaJ.
112-1 J l. .(.ck 1 rluiuwua'a of every vliacilpllon.
TM. A.GRAY.N. E. fOHNKR OF SI XT II
AY
at i i.l MINIlK HUrttlM, UUJ i-itasiava. a.,
till, 8U'
r,ani i.obii iicmi.. ....y
I HOSt IS WANT 01' MO.NtY
l-Aisk..
Ail I. -'4jnV1 V-aUltVuUJ
MILITARY NOTICES.
w oo vnti itot'ivrv.
!! ft '.I" 1.IH
w pi. r n .
i rr.,;r :?. ui t c iM.isn a iti
U. 8. At'.iiv. 0' Ma. im Oir-m.
I 11 I I.I .NTII W.MiU.
I H A a c m. u h e e i
li'.'i."l M Mi.-lHl,' Of fir I..
I'.rt.ml otnl Ho. 'm O i ! n Pi, .
l 1'RoMUiM
H ?. M. BIEKINBINE,
ainoia rr U''n antiita.
Ii. HI MOfc. :io. -.'tn
li 11! M . 's . MI A l: ; r II 0 0 T P. P. s .
fi
All., Ii I 'IE lKAI I.
ami rnh ! lit a I .-r; '.I '.ie t:te !lt 4.
Ai tli' i le 1 1.( '.' 'e t. isr.it in ' State U j -m.ite'it
M '"!( M"tKI ,
M'TV-MMH 11 VN8YI.VAMA VC'tU NTI.:R.
1. nrrniM s I 'U mi fir f .at.Mile in t t cUf.
THK jtM:iti:l noi STir.s Oivt n
I'er one.Two.orThr-e . ei.r.' Mjk .
( .11 nt one. , itl
f0. ...I fill 8 V I hueel, tiuw niAt It,
ll ou w ant to tnl ll.
.tjf'K .i. vf. jt'tr.
f T r aifil to i ft) rtr-.it..tiy
'iltt: CI I V AM' Alti roilHTT
lino c.lialcl-. o. lh m.i.tering of any -van to hi ft lui
III M.fH K ItrtCM..
t
ti. W . I'AV IK,
.If'h. 1 TOItlAS. (
,lM.tV. Kl 1 LMAN.
I.. R. V s,KI!i;l.NNH(
I I Alii, I II
Ai l . I. .11 SSI'P,
A. I.. HUNAI . (.
Kiaraniitte.
a ;-t r
fi
st rtsTin iEs ami voi.it n t i e ks .
H e rocon oiflPil i.ur l-i.-inl. w ho mav ! In search at a
HI. Mil M .. St IIMIH Tl
to a;. ply nt tl.e
I II T.MsF.D
VOl.f.M'l l.lt ASH isl'llriTI ITTK
" '"i i.viil:i:Sl.K I fc HM'lsy.,
N...II 11 A F.NTIt rtlwM,
sti ..i d l :oor.
I n i.e wh.. i '-!' t be
.'..in ' I'.l.l li. .11. ' . ITrt
si ( iil.l tnt .i, so'
alui'n a f.-o- Ii .i.rs'
aie Alie-i., ett i ni.
e, ei- -Iti y ran .e iei otin.Mi.,t(sf
tie to i . Tt e si.hititiite. o,,fio,.d l.a
and i iraha idn. If
fi
UNION LEAGUE
4
PHILADELPHIA.
In I'm of Ik. t-.il ii
11 nnaarid lin e, we i-.-.
Proallaut for in luwitr.4
'. ral a
IM.G IMENT
ihiih: Movriu!.
OOLONEX HORATIO 0. 8I0KEL
ll.nte of tlie Pennayla; Itoacrve,)
itvd ake tiie cswniuan4.
Allorticera Ce.trln:
rt-intated to all .
: to ta li ;.a lu litis oraatil'atlua ara
COL. HORATIO 0. SIOKEL,
aiG-u
Isllttt AI.I.AOF. SMIfEl'.
'i'vi2aOi":rii AVA-ito.
?:.- IIOUKTY.
All IHentlta aceiedliud tn Tw-:rtli Ward will recelra tha
iVilU-ti llK Il.."litllH '
aiuOClTV lilil'MV.
: till II V F.ll S 51 1 . N T MM N I V .
x. wai.u i;ni i Y
l lA'll'A IO LM'.KV ONB L'KM-IHIN A R
t:KllT. Tlie Coinmillea to pay tl.e W ild
illtrnitnllce at
Itounly wiB oa In
P. & L. LAPNFR'S MILITARY HALL,
No. : i N . 1 1 1 1 HI) ST BEET, .
Kvi ry ''' i"''1 'r iioi' I" tilled.
K inlis. Kill receive the n .ttrt Honnty aa aooa aa tana-
'"kiipo'iVbiI citl.ena who iiirntsli aithsilttHaa will noalr
n.e Wanl lloiii.lt.
CIIAS. M. WAttNEB, l'rtsitleau
t. It. l.Ni.U .i Ir -aauter.
'IIIOMAS It. CONsi:t,l., Kecivtaiy. a-iat
fit
hl,
l-hih
IIEAIXU'AHTEKS PROVOST MAB-
shal.rtiat Aiatriel. fa... to. . TIIIKII Htraat,
iiladeiphia.Aiim'H ii. I'm.
i in.iire prompt n'piica w.n .yniiun. umv,i..nwy
.Uli.e' ti ei-nnci leu o on i."- i ...iwi,. ..,b,., s.s. .
noti. Mahlliilin lo Urall, Cnrilita nod Aceonnta of maa
Inriiisiitd, (iliciia are reitia-Meu o IR..I- upi'iicawuH is
tin- I'rotoal llai slialol Hie !' .niirea.lo ial llitlrii t far audi
Hil .riiialton, aud not lo lha Pn.Toat .Mai.lial-Oauatal at
W asliilli;! 'li.
lie uiJer ol lie- tr"iosf Bfar.ha1-0en -rat.
WILLIAM K I.KIIMAK,
,,12.11 caplaia and I'ro. oat Alaialiat.
EOVNTY l'olt MARINES. WANTED
l .i.rllic I. ailed Sin a Jllarlne I orps, able-lioaiesf aueat
!lo iveifoini Itie .Itit ictr- '.(a aoloa-r at i"ir Navy arla,
.ami on board t nil. it ftl ale. aiiipr-of-war on forabja
aiaie.nb. ....
wt.'rcoliipeu.alion lliat tl-e ari.iy.
lillll'i: lilMlllCli DOLI.AtlS OOV ERNantSI"
UOl fcf ; a'.o, ALL TUK lAli'AL bOLNTIKS (MU4
ttle.n enllttiiieal.
alailu.M rec. nelM eMooey.
I cr a. I ttuilcr imn.i'iati a ai. ly at Ilia IteorttlUni
rtendc.i ona,
No.;;ll h.l HUNT Htreet, bebn Spruee Htreet,
"'"nJ:i,'V'"'V..;.u.0AWI.KV.
tl . it Mis r and lie. riiltuif odtcer.
ptTlLOUOHS FU3L0UGH8.
OCcen ai.c aoni era :a'.Ungtha cltyoo furlounha. aeastdua
f-l W O 11 I S ,
an otiii a
MILITAKV EQUIPMENTS,
aiil isvi'ikd to T" txikxaiva
HAKCFACIUIIIXO KSTABLISHatWr
I OEOHO K SIMONS A BHD.
SANSOM STREET HALL,
1 A30M Street, above 8 lata.
PRESENTATION SWORDS
SiaJe to triKr att e Aorteit notice, which forrtctmeaaaa
niw-a ftr.e challtnxe c ,mr!tton, no other bouae la the
ect.itry c. mVlnlna the MASUFAcTl'llINil JEvntLM
i wiiH mi:
, FkACTlCAL HWOKO UAXJUL
las
T .K 1 U H A JI O 1 N O B .
X
Kl'MOVAL.
JAMlil-t C. I- INN.
tlii k a,. HOWELL A DKOTHLItS).
Una Heuioved ireio
No. iU to No. C2b CIIESNLT Btrctt,
Ifrrut ly ) U'' L Wi" 10 hU CB,h"M"
auA tht U"J "J",acnt 01
Dtooi-atims and V.U Papers Generally.
hy Hvtn? hi. r",-UI11 "" h ui
tn, tt rroot. be liopia to cuuliuuo l. receive the tlboral
p.if ik' 0. Ihe utlhllC.
Ci'Ui x in it . isliora are ri ipcciru'ly Invited to eiaraln
the vainly ouhaiia. Iy' U

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