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THE DAILY EVENING. TELEGRAPIT. PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 186.
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if the bahi. md aikirAwA ol tit wr.ti-r--mit imvaiiiiii.I) tor
Bi-'leanen. but an tma.-Ai.i. lor hli " ,t f.ior.. We
lijinot undertake ta n'un) retooled 'fotiiuiumc.,t.ua!i
To Ail ve-rllif ne.
' Owtam to Id treat tnorAaAe in the ClrcuUtlt- l of Tin
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fiATVRPAY, OCTOKER 15, is;i
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XHK Eir.CTIOiy SFH'H-HIIW If C11K
IK MKIHI.' or" FOU ItKII,
Our readers wIU romomber how nil of tlio
leading publicist of our city cvv?p:iior press
nfitxl gralit, tbe other dty, a carl calling
upon all chairmen of county executive com
irJUe to forward the majorltk-a by co iuth!,
U $oon m ascertained, to tha ajt'nt of the
Awoclated TYes In tills city. How tlui
porformfd their requested duty we aro not
going to inquire, but all could obftorve a dotor
mlDcd fatality to got returns published from
Democratic stronghold first ; and the news of
Copperhead gains were poured In upon ui
like miniature avalanche, and no word wai
given of Union gains. Union majorities woro
csree, and almost always doubtful; yet I
geetn that, with so many Union Republicans
absent In the army, we shall actually carry
the State by a small majority on the homo
Yt. This way of garbling or selecting news
si reprehensible In every way.
It Is what gamblora call "edging off" to
fcrce forfeit In bets made. It was tried with
ncoess last fall, when the State was held In
doubt for two weeks, although Governor
Comic had a majority of over fifteen thou
sand rotes. The newspapers are moving in
the matter, and as adversaries of wrong,
falsehood, or trickery, we strike handa with
them. The Flttsbarg Chronicle says :
W hoard a good deal before the election of
the extemiveaud systematic preparations being
"mad by the Associated Press to tranmnit
taily, completo, and reliable election returns,
bat within our whole experience, never has it
M treated tbe press en abab'illy as at presont. The
"election returns come in much slower and
more incomplete than ever before, by tUH
time the vote throughout tho wbolo State ought
" to be known with some certainty, but so i'o
reports bare come in, and those so confused
" aod jumbled up, that it is y 't Impossible to
"judge of tbe general result. Tnu vote has
evidently btvn close, compared with that in
the Governor Ccrtin election in 13 )3, when
CvatiK bad 15,32d majority."
How will absent Fhlladelphlaus feel when
reading the following despatches from our
city to the Western papers all wrong, of
courte, and not without a design :
Philadelphia, October 11. Fifth' District
Doyleetown, bucks county, Democratic ma
jority 37 Dcnioeratic gnln 2C.
Fifteenth District 1'etersuurg, War Domo
CJiic majority 04.
Ktxhtoeuth District Six townships, 86 Re
publican majority Republican loss 54.
The Second Word gives the Republicans 15
innjority Republican K"in, 102.
Tourtcenth District Dauphin eounty, Harri
oibnrp, 233 majority a Democratic Kaia of 14.
As far as beard from, the Republican majority
in the Second District is 186.
Tenth Ward, Philadelphia offlcld Republl
csn majority, 1132 a Republican lots o( 91.
First District Klevtnth Ward, Doinooratio
majority, 4H8 a RepnMicun gain of 72.
Seventh District. Chester county shows a Re
publican loss of 218.
TIIE PREKlDf-.X TI.IX OFFICE.
Now that the smoke of the late State elec
tion is blowing away, the party of the Govern
ment must go with increased energy into tho
more Important contest now rapidly approach
ing. The choice of a Xatlon.il Chief Magis
trate is the highest function of tho people, and
If an unfit man Is selected the otlice Itself Is
disgraced. And it is first this fact which tho
people should consider, since, If they rightly
appreciate the dignity and responsibility of the
Presidency, thoy will be more careful to choose,
t proper man to fill it, instead of one who has
been nominated for the place In view of some
accidental and transitory condition of sup'
poeed personal popularity, regardless of his
qualifications tor the duties of the august
Station to which ho aspires.
It Is not possible to believe that movom juts
Of this sort can receive the countenance aud
inpport of intelligent man, properly mindful
Of their own welikre and the national honor
Knd prosperity. Moreover, it Is to be devoutly
hoped that the Chief Magistracy will not bo
tecklesaly dlveated of Its proper importance
by the elevation to it of mn who possess
ot moral nor iutjllectuil mont, nor pri
Tate nor public distinction commensurate with
its hUh trusU and dignity. An evil and dis
creditable tendency to lower it in the opluion
Of mankind is aheady vltdble; and an earnest
effort should be made, by all who are rightly
Careful of the public fame and welfare, to pre
sent a result pregnant with fatal consequences,
It is certain that the degradation of tho
most elevated offlce In the Republic would be
followed by other dangerous Inroads upon tho
Integrity of the Government, und a general
degeneracy of political principle and conduct.
There is a prevalent ieoling ol coutmunee in
Ue secure permanence of this Government;
and it certainly has tho advantage in Its Instl
tuitions of that experience which tbe faults
aud evils characterizing the experiments of
Similar systems supplied to thowe who framed
U. None can entertuln more sincerely Uuu
ire do a hope that the inestimable liiiortius it
protects and conveys nviy encounter uo
abridgment, and be perpetuated forever. But,
fas tha cansos wltich tap the lilt; aud ivah tlio
tabllity of Status, like tie rot at tUc core of
thi tree, are Uiddau but too often fro a the
ey, and "propagata uusoon," wi can uuver ba
too carol ui of our safoty, nor watch with too
Vigilant Jealousy the Insidious agencies of
disaster and destruction,
In all the clement of material power and
prosperity we have made unparalleled progress.
The nation has grown rapidly In population,
territory, and Internal commerce, the pursuit
of art, science, and literature, and, Indeed, In
all the energies and resources of physical and
octal happiness. But no discerning eye can
tail to see that In political virtue the Confede
racy has visibly declined from that pure and
taaltod patriotism which distinguished the
Character and conduct of IU founders.
But for that decline the present Rebellion
Would bv been Impossible, while no conaloV
erabU pcau of tne people In the loyal North
Could hav symprthUed with the traitors, and
Cmbadthe rational authorities In their
Nor thonld we now hava a party.formldable
la numbem, reeking to ehng Adminis
tration In the midst of a gigantic' cWll war
and choosing candidates for the PraicWi
rrbo ar notoriously inlinkal to the poUej t
aoaqueriflg th Itebels by armi, rather tbaa
gnu., Uaeiat, by A3 annUUce andiic.otiuUon a
ponce Tint wwild be at once dinhonoraWc to,
ami diMrtruotive of, the National Oovornmont.
Nor would the Chicago Convention, In
ninkin'T Its ticket ftr the Fresldnncy aud Vlce
rnnldency, have aolecUvl for Its candid ile
two gentlemen who, It w.w supposed, could
command the laririwt jmpular vote, thoug!i
not otherwise the worthltwt per.iont whom
(lint Conwtillnn might bvo nominated.
In a word, wo aroo entirely with 0 nera4
Drx.of New York, In doproJdtln? all nomi
nations for any public oiTlie on the scora of
"avnilnblllt.y" alone; aud as rospecU tho
present lYtssldentlalj contust, wis endorno
every scntenco of the following edilorUl
reinr.ikg ol the Now York Time on tho lottor
of Gent ral Dtx. Tho Tim said :
" The oldwomhlpof 'HvnilttlMlit' ahowe.l itself
" liht mi in nut in tbe Uostthiy It-It to Mr. l.iwotiLN
" liy a phkI many well-rin aiilnK men. Iiecsusehe
" had a (jowl mai.y eui mtcs. The fact that he had
" tor four year ailintiilteied tiie Ooverinnt-nt
" duiiiiK a clf is ol uupnrHlh led dttflctilty, with a
" f-ucccdii whMi, If not comph te. hal excite I the
" axtonlKlinient of all foreign critics, aii'l falsltled
" tho rctlictii.fis tif tinn :ie traitors con 'ited f ,r
" noiliing. Tien) were plenty of good Unloiiins
" n adv to out him, change the whole machinery
" of (iovcttitnent, and uprcad confusion thro igu
"every department of it, put In his pMceannw
" iird untried, and probably obHctirn man, for tho
simple reason that he bad not man iged to do his
" woia witkoutcscitingdcep ba'redoii thopsrt of
" people whom be had inconvenienced or diutp
" j oiut. il, or from whom be liltenid.
' Another section of the public Ii jnst now lahor
" Iiik uoiiir this hallucination about I'ro-.i Ipiit
" making, hut in a more agr.iv.tiod form. Their
" worshipof General fc(;LllLN is aim istalto
' gcther due to his popularity, or In otlior words,
" suppofed 'aviill.iblllty .' Of his fitness they know
" absolutely nothing, lie has never fllled any civil
" otllee.or liecn ulactd iu any po-ition in which he
" eouid g'TC the least evidence that bo hud either
" til" menial i t moral qualiilaatioiu for the role of
" aConhti'utional State. The stuff which is written
" and tull.ed aliout his 'stateHmanshlp,' is the
"twaddle of pouplo who do not know what tho
" word means
THE SUIT PltlZF. II CI nr.
The late English papers received inform us
that the final preliminaries for the fight be
tween Mack and Cobubx have been con
cluded, and that the contest will come off in
Ireland on the appoluled day, unless the police
should interfere.
A curious phase In the growth of a taste fir
prize fights is the moral and respectable
ground upon which tho advocates of such re
fined recreations attempt to place them.
Nothing is more common than to find, in a
certain class of newspapers, long articles in
ihvor of boxing, on the score of Its improving
the bodily strength and promoting such men
tal and moral virtues as courage, endurance,
etc. Very weak-miudod youth, like those
who saunter along our streets, are
often convinced by this logic, and It
is not at all uncommon to hear Cassandra
like predictions about our country generally,
based on the neglect of this Indispensable In
gredient In a nation's safety. More than this,
some of our readers will doubtless remember
the remark of the Duke of Wellington, when
rovieitlng his old school: "On that play
ground," said ho, " tho battle of Waterloo was
won." In iact, the whole prosperity of Eng
land is ascribed to the pugilistic practices of
her boys, and the " manly art of sclt-dofeuse"
is pictured as bringing In Its train all the noble
qualities of mmhood. This Is not one whit
overdrawn, and there is no use in shutting our
eyes to tho tact that able and persistent efforts
are made to create such a sentiment in this
country. As a tree is best known by its fruits,
it will be well to point oat the beuul'es of this
regenerating amusement.
Two men, distinguished in the sporting
world, incited by others or their own ami i-
bility, arrange the preliminaries for a trial of
strength and skill, and begin straightway a
course of training for tho contest. Here is an
interesting, if not improving, study at once.
They who bad surronderod themselves freely
to the dictates of their passions, now sacrifice
their lusts and appetites to the direction of
their trainers ; and, thirsting for glory, they
give up all that might thwart their ambition.
1'hey walk enough to carry them across a
continent, they strike hard blows enough to
fell a forest, and practise enough asceticism to
entitle them to rank with SU Simbon Str-
LITKS.
Having reached the proper point of perfec
tion, they meet, with a party of select friouda,
at the chosen spot and proceed to work. Tbe
good moral effect of such assemblages might
be inferred from the intellectual and reflued
countenances of thoso present, as well as from
the charges, made on every such occasion, of
foul play, etc. That a high degree of security
Is also felt in the peaceable Intentions and
characters of all, is apparont from tho profu
sion ol bowle-Unlvea, flroarm3, and other plea
sant playthings. Still another proof of the
value of prize lights is found in the practice or
betting of all means of making money the
most conducive to the good of the fortunate
individual and the State.
The accessaries of the struggle, however,
aro insignificant when compared with the
light itself. As the interest concentrates In
the scene, so cheering and so creditable to
humanity, so from (hat the strougest and
highest lessons of Instruction are to be drawn.
Stripped to the waist, with hair cropped close
to the scalp, lest the magnanimous opponent
may take a hold thereof, with hearts beating
high with hope and emulation, and filled with
love for all mituklud, especially the specimen
Just opposite, this triumph of clvlllzttlou, this,
perfect man, begins to beat, batter, and brube
his adversary.
As the result of tliL-, the "human face
divine" In noon rendered a pulpy uma of
bloody jelly, and the body mutiluled and dis
figured in a style quite equal to the lacen
tioiiH and wounding attending railroad ucel
dcnts. TLn appropriateness of tho name
"mlf-dofcum ," applied to the "manly art," is
obvious from a recent exhibition of the kind,
I whun buth uiun liad tol carried from the
I ground after an encounter of twenty minutPa'
duration. That it would put an end to
KKSufuinuUous Is easily shown by the late of
some dozen or two In the last few years,
onioDg the gentlemanly crowds attending
these displays.
It is useless to comment further on the
advantages of prize fights, and we may solely
lay It down as an axiom, that, considering their
influence, on the community, In the way of
choice literature, humanizing topics of con
versation, and worthy models for imitation,
and on those more nearly concerned in the
culture of their minds, and the graceful ame
nities of social life, In the extinction of Intem
perance, rowdyism, malevolence, and bru
tality generally, they should be encouraged
by every lover of his country) and his race.
Two Infantile roosters of tender years and
flesh never exhibited more bravery than did
Mojikibky and Krjf o : but truth compels us
to add, a pair of bull-dogs would have shown
far more pluck, while, still better, two iui-
kenny cats were once bo Buccessful that
nothing was llt of either but the tails. J-t
us hope that they will do better next time,
and that their good example may be followed
hiring all coming years. We tell our chil
rn that Vinoii, Is the prince of poets, and
w all know 10s choicest passage Is that ,
dencrfblng Uie combat bo'ween Kutillm
and Dares. Ilead, and own that poetry is of
no race or na :
" lt'f, e. iH-iilml, the h)"ws nre dfslti hioiim.!
" Their hollow fiih t'ie rttltni; thiinpi c-oittnl.
" A ftnim of striken, wdl inenit, with furr Hie,
" Ard rrm a'otit their tcniil, enn., mut eye
Nor always err- t rofttlio if tmul. t il.i
A awecp ng ati okc along the riai-Llinjj jwt.
a
" The paiintlrt fight thus ended, fi im tlio ah im,
" His taitlctul Incnils utiliippy Hires lMjr"j
" II ta motith ami nostril xHirfil purnle ttovi,
" And pour rlxl tectlt c.wi rushing with hli blood,
' 1- nmlly hrat-pitcrcd t'ntnigh the hissing Mir jh,
" Aud I Ul'g h.s head :in tiaticd his n!oio(."
A. ii. NT? I'lir.w iur ov ii;k c,
Th lel.Ur wldr.h we publUh In another
ctHuniu from Uie Vlctv-l'resld-nt of tho so
tslled Conlederacy, U one which will altiMtt
general attention. As an electioneerlnz docu
ment (or the Union party, It Is Invaluable, and
eomee at Hie right 'ime.
According to 8rKPHKH' lot;lo, there can
be no peace tintU "the sovereignty tho ulti
mate, alwolute svvrrelgtity oftbeHtaW b ac
knowttidgeKL This he considers as tho key-note,
"the only key-nota to peace perm inont, la.it
Ing pt-ace consistent with tho security of the
public liberty." This is the Idea, the principle
concerning which he writes at such length,
aud for which he pleads In so specious a man
ner: That the States are sovereignties U
thrmselves that whenever any one, or two,
or more, feei aggrieved or become discon
tented with the Ojuerul Government, they
have the right to sock redress by withdraw
ing, If necessary, from the Union or Confede
ration. Ills whole argument amounts simply to
Uils. It is the one grand idea of the Southern
leaders In this Kobelilon. It is the fundamen
tal principle which lies at the base of tho
great movement Inaugurated 'to overthrow
our institutions and destroy tho country.
To acknowledge this right is to recognize
the right to dissolve the National Govern
ment, whenever a refractory State dooms it
proper to ronounce her allegiance U that
Government. Can there be anything moro
destructive to the exixtonceof law, order, and
governmental rule, than this abhorrent prin
ciple? And where, in tho history of the
world, has ever such a disintegrating doctrine
for a moment been entertained?
Stephens Is happy to see a ray of Ugh
from Chicago. Tho principles there enun
ciated send a beam of gladness to his heart.
He discovers in It something akin to his own
feelings. He realizes that there is a party In
the North in sympathy with tho doctrine of
secession, and ho breaks out in this semi
pious and scmi-MLltoulc expression:
" Hail, holy lljdit, otf'priug of Heaven, first
" born ot tne eternal co-ctcrnii Dcaut. mar i ex
' prcMt thee uobiamed, since UoJ is light.''
No doubt STKruKNS is encouraged to hope
that the peoplo of the tree North may listen
to his abominable ideas of State sovereignty,
when he knows how similar to his own are
the principles of those advocating the Chicago
plutiorm. That platform accords with his
own doctrines and those of his partners In
their treason against the Union, and honojs
hla jubilation and cheer of heart
But Mr. STKPiruNH Is in etror. The people
of tho froe States look on this " idea" as in
urrectionary, as encouraging that insubordi
nation which has plunged the country in civil
war, and they will have none of it ; thoy scorn
and repudiate it as a heresy begotten of the
Gnit prreat seooder, when ho revolted and
attempted to overthrow the high authorities
of Lkiavea.
It la certainly fiat taring to the Northern
people whon Mr. Stephens urges upon his
rebellious followers to bear in mind that they
sliould Instruct the peace party in the Union
"in these great fundamental principles aud
truliis." Taken altogether, this letter, if it
was Intended to aid and comfort the peace
men In tho free States, will tall short of Its
aim. With all Its clevorly-worked plurases,
the fact cannot be concealed that Stephens
Is advocating the very doctrine which for four
years has caused the nation to pass through
an ordeal of Ore aud blood unequaled in tho
annals of time.
Aalh-r I.IkIiI-IIohs. lmui 1 tJ tha
KtlVlH.
On the morning of the 6th instant, a pnrty of
erventeen men tram tho Rclicl ram Atbemartt
came donn in a launch with tho iatentiim of
! cuimiriug ticpauh liont plying between tho
1 Federal Hot t In Albemarle b lunii and lt j iuoko
Islanu, and albO Intending to tilow up a puwjor
' schi oucr Ivn g close t ; l;ut our forced hearing
I ot tne plan, tiu.itimod th in ; ther, however, tiac-
cv.di.din dci-iro) iug the C'roa au light-hoae,
sttuHttd fignt uiiloh north of R mnnkc llnii l, in
Ctoslun biittud, aud inking tho liht-koeper and
bis wilt piisuueri-.
Kirlnl.
iDnrriw. IV- t." W 4 V Tla. Tmir.tuu IIV,J, ll ...
8i.Uu!' M K..t.lurcil.l. Ilic Rev. (S It tro.ki.lho
h. ii.J ill HLrl AMITON, aaiila it A tt,.rney.Ucn-rt
V H., ci WrKin,,.ton, to IIAAA1I lt.,daugnMr ol Win.
WaaeB'au.orioiaiitr.
I l:i:OT KNOWLR8.-Oa tl.o l'lth Inat .at theTaher
nacl (,'hur, h. iv ll.iv. D. O. KtlUy. D. CilAltLUt
I'. I'i.Huv to MAllV, daugbtor of Levi Knowles Leu..,
all ol Ui la city,
HI VAN-oll I II -On the 9th lint , hy Rev George
liiatoO., Mr. THOMW HUi aud Mum t-UiA W.
fii.T. Ii, all ol tJiu citr.
HAIK.I ANT-MAI.1N -On the IStli Inat.. at the Prea-
bytonan Ci.urcH Tonih anil Arch mreaU. by Itev. David t
ki,in. 1) It., ot thih dir. II FN KY rl.VUOKA.N 1'. K,l.
Jol.lMlown, l'a., 10 klma HOP11IK II. MALIM, daughter
01 Uie on cuil, m clergmau.
ft.I.
IH.lin; LL.-On Ilia lllli IDHI., KM.1LY, daU-ihUrot
tiie ime WilliMiu and Car hue l'.orrcll.
'I lierolativi-a and iriembi ol the family are ttupsotXallr
Invltmi to atu.ud the funeral, From Uie ridenca of M r.
c iliiiaie No. ruo Cliatbaut atruet, un Sunday after
noon, at t o'oloi'k.
l:UAI.I.K.-iin theioih lnt., JASIP.8 M. UOALKB. la
Uie tin yuarol hia age.
Hie uiale r loiuia aud rolativca of the tanlly, alao the
Jouruovuii ii Oak I oopor Axaool iti.iu, ol Phiia,lalphla,
art n-aii, ctlully Invited to attend the litn.'ral. Iroal hla
Into raluenci'. Auntnolia (late Vernonl atroet, above
bb,,pcn, un SuuUay atti-ruoon, at 3 o'olook.
CA.tltl THKlo,. On Ilia liin Innt., Mr a. ANN K.
CAItltr I IIKH8 mlict ol tne late Julin Carrutliura, la
UiolUib yor ui ii -r a .e.
Iter r. ;at,voe and irieuda are reanectfullv invited to at-ti-nd
the luucial troin lirr lain rnaivieuce, curner ol
Krankluril roa I timl tlrlonna atroet. 'I'weiity-ltltli ivaid,
on Mutulny aiuuuooo at a o'ciock. 'lo pruoaad to
li'rttiiklorii.
Mct'uNNr.r.L.-On the l;tli insl., JDII.S, aon of Naal
and Mary Mct.'oininil a;'eil Id your.
The rnUtivi'a mill lrie.!il are r,'Hiectfull.v invltod to at
ti nd the luncrul, inno tho roalilencc ol liln parenta. Ann
tript. below Mdvule (Twoutv nllh Ward), uu Hun liy
nrti-rnoon, at S o'clock. Sorvloea and intonuoat at St.
Aniirt'i. Church.
Ml'LKOltU.-On the l:th raf..OEOBOR WASniSU
TUN, aouol Uuu. no Vi . and Mury aluliunl, iu tlio Ud
year ol his nnu.
'ihe relative and frlenda. and Templar Lodg., No.
248. I. O. of o. F., axe rutueotiu Uy Invlttnl to atieud hie
lunrral, froui hla parenta' residence, No. U 8. Klftb
trert, on Hundnv atteraooD, at i o'clock. To prvjeea to
Laiuyotte Gruunu.
PIKKNON. On Weilrmailay evenlrui. October Mth,
Mr a. mi'HKLUfclMON, daughter o7KHJali Urlaui, iu
berMlh your.
Hie irlcuda of tbe family are reaoecually Invited to at
tend tlui lunvral, uoin Uie roaiucnoai uj nor bunhand.
Julin T. picreon, Hridgeboro', N. J. , on 8ubhatii next,
hiih inat., at 1 o'clock, P. m.t and al tha liupuat '-hiircb
at MuoreaUiwn at i P. M.
RELIGIOUS NOTICES.
rj:" ST. PAUL'S gJHtiCOPAL CHURCH.
' To-morrow Iielng the tliird Sunday In tiie month ,
tliie Church will be opeu for DlvJne8crvu;o iu Uia evtmmg,
at 7H 0 clock.
CENTRAL CONGREGATIONAL
Church.-Itev. A. L. STONE, i. 1).. ol Baafon.
will preaoli atCosct.llT HALL to-morrow at lta A. M.
and )j e. M. Hcala tree.
WAONER FREE INSTITUTE OK
1,-ki.a.i. iDl.rMillA Avanuc and hkVilli.
TF.KM'H.lHrML Praaehing to morrow Afternoon at f
o'cliMk b Ki v.Mr i.iXilinKI,!., a rtUngM Iruin Mono
Carol na. 8M, k School at 2 oc'Wk.
rTtS.OHl
LDHEN'8 CHURCU.-TIIK NF.XT
r Harmon to the Vounr on ' lllble
Ml
UlcavlBua" will
pmaihed In tho Church of the
Aiwruoon. Sorvluo at a o'clock.
Itplphaiiy, To-morro
Ut union m. e. cucrch. Fouirru htkkkt.
AMJ beluw Arch Mabbaih, Octuhor lam, Kov. JolIJi
8HIKLD8 will preach in tha morning at in H o'clock,
aud Uev. J. If. tUAl'LAIN at IH o'clock lu tue evening.
tjSf CHURCH OF THE ATONEMENT.
IV' Eav. H. Wataoal, P D., Mactor.Tho rapaira el
the Church of tne Aioaeuanl batng vurncaantiy oota-
Elfted. tha Chureh will ha raop.nad fur Hivlue 8i,rvlca on
CMlAr NfXt, Octobw IH. 8crvtona ln the morniiii( M
10 eiuilatua ONvBiug at IX cloek. 10-lt-A
J' A1THT MIVl.l.TV.
14 CONTINENTAL HAT,"
roe
i,adu:h yvrso mihiih.
WOOD c CAKY",
No. Ti Oil KN I IT HTHKliT.
r. a.-Old VaKat Bennata niaa oer. felt HaU and
ItonnMa rria4e4..
WOOD A OAKY.
c
A it O
I WtU. Olr V.B MIT
II N T 1 It I'l H T O O It V
LACE CURTAINS
AT rORTC PUR
X.JMH THAN COST
or mroKTAvtOiv.
I. E. WALRAVtN,
BUOCRSflOK TO W. H. CA.KRVX,
MAKONIO IIAL.I.,
Bo. 719 OHESHDT Street
Mo. 73
caasNirr
STREET.
NOTTINGHAM AND SWISS
I.AOKB,
New Style.
WINDOW SHADES,
No. 7 a a
HKW 8TVLBH,
new ooLoaa,
AT TIIK
BiAHUKAClUKERS,
KELTY,
OABRISaTON&OO.
CU8SNUT 8TBBBT.
Mo. 7S3
cnxfitriiT
8THKET.
PIANO COVERS,
LAlWESr STOCK IS TUB OITI,
AT LOW PAICE3.
re
If
IsK.
MdUktl
BUSINESS ITEMS.
Jonex lotlilDs;, N. E. Tor. fievonth and
atAittv r.r.
JUNKS' nothing, 8. V, corner Seventh and MarkaU
JUNKH' (tiothlrg, H. F. corner Hcventh and Market.
JONKH' t kilning, S. K eoan.rHevaaili and Market.
JOS KM' (lot'ilnn.8. R. corner Koran ill aud Market.
JONK8' Clothing, 8. K. coraor Seventh and Market.
JUNKH' (TloU.lng. 8 K. conier NevnnUi and alarkoL
JONKH' Clothing, 8 K. comer Maventh and Market.
JUNKS' Clothing, 8. K. conier Koveulli and Market.
JONKM'Oiothlng, 8. K. oorner Savenlk and Mn,et.
JON KM' drilling. 8. r. oorner Snventh and Market.
.lONKH'C nlhlr.g,8. K. corner H.ivanlh and Market.
JONP.H' Clotli.ng, H. K earner Sovntli and Market.
JDNKS'Cloihlim, 8. K. corner Heienlh and Market.
JONKH' Clothing, 8. R. conier ventb and Market.
JUNKS' Clmlilng. 8. K aormr Bevenih and Market.
JdHVH' Clothing, H. K. corner Heveath and Market.
JUNKH Ciotl.lng. H. K cortier Moventli and nlarke!.
,H)NK.S' CI itlUng, 8. K c imcr Hoveatli and Market.
rnrKftlam In I'lothluK.
Itariraii fe in Clothing.
ItHri iii.ia in f'lothli a
Rarga-na UiCitMng.
At fliiNvn.i.i 8iiikh' Old 8ttn i
At tlRAitviixa HriiKhM tlld Htanl
At (liiAMi li.i.h HruRh' O u Hta
AlJ.iviLi.K Sroaia' Old Sianil,
J JJ-22 n""1"!
I c.!,e",".
No b 9 Cbeannt atroet.
ho. 609 Clw.uut atroet.
Iturnlnr Alurin TNegranh The Pnblle
art' intorcn.i that 1 tiava auocoedea
in obtaining the ayency of thia vlu
aile iuveuilon U title city and
vicinity. It la oneraled bv eleetrl
cliy,tl,eaaiuea. aliotliei telegraphe
i.nty the v Iron are not vlalble Kch
window and door if an operator. It
la introduced wi hout doiacing the
uouae lu the lettei. a burglar tnuai
tflegrarh to yonr rontn ; he cannot avoid it. in aix year,
1 exiwrtenre in Mia ork it haw not iaiI.hI. If It la an ob-
I Jed to ireti'ot,be)oiid a doubt, the wintlowi and diora of
I your Inin o, it cau be done. Cll anl aee it.
JOHN . Mt'ltPHKV,
Wo. HI. CUKHNUT (Hrevt,
Hue llnvHUin) 1rnr
gKillRH. ItAvia A RinHARIM,
AltCH AMU THNTII,
liave jufct received a new UuHirtatlui of
liAvaaa Ciuaiih
of the el oioat btaiulw
ri'UY. CtMINO CAMPAKiV.
I ItAUtlKN, K1KI.:M8, rtN8.
MI.DVL8, &
IlAliOKS, fc.MHU.513.
PINS, Ml',1) VLH. c
Hit ii e loPr sn',riuit-iii t.i tune
I'taJiTM Mill fltlJ li.O btatl kt lcl. ftrnntilAt v;ir1utv un
I W. TIf.l.KK'rt,
I l"-ir-:tt Nf ari s. Ffn;ut u s.rnei.
MAGJiK'.S KNVia.OPK MAtJF0 Ton Y.
WAtiKK H per Htoro, No. 'ilo IK.-iNUT idrent.
j "1AOKK HAS MILLIONS OK KNVKL-
MAOKE SUPPLIES CITY AND COUN'TKY
btorvkcopera at lair prleea.
AOEE, NO. 316 CHESNUT BTltEET,
wuoleaalea and retails at fair priooa.
AGEK, NO. 318 CHESNUT STREET,
haa Itlanka el'varlooe alaea.
MAGKE. NO. 316 CHKSNUT STREET,
BianuniCturoa Plank Booka to order.
MAGEE, NO. 816 CHKSNUT STREET,
keapa a general aaaortiaeut ol Stationory, wholo
taia anil retail. It
Ho. 710 CHESNUT ETBEET,
Save the pliAtare to announoe that tho; aro bow pre
pared to furnlah
A NEW STYLE OF GAS FIXTURE,
B CITABLE rOI
DWELLINGS, STORES, OFFICES, &c,
WU1CHCASB8 10-lS-lo
I.K11ITKL) IJY KLROTIIICITY,
WANAMAKER tj. BROWN,
MaaA
i
G
KKAIi P.WTATBt RRA.L KHTATKt
!t At. BSTATK. BKAL K.STATK.
BKI. RSTATK. KRAI. HSTATK.
SOB SA1.K. Sv.itKI.O'ia WORTH.
ron hame, bfiru,nn woaru.
run salk. si.un.ouo wouth.
P.vort anon tn fliiiml ff aar Caoription ot rHrnmartr,
rl'IMY tot iliirc.rtiui'iilor 0cutaii("r. ino'iid nt fail t.i f All
oil ni at one. AKOItllK 0. Mil. I. tit.
rrasltct Bnal Ktata Oa ra'nr.
No. I N. HIXTIt Htr.nt.
A, TO it It A I. RSTATK OVVNI',118.--irarllM
sewlroiM or dMiHrtlnt ir Uual l:alato inl.l
Snd tha ry ct flrat cl.iaa nial Krata Armor in
Uilorl'r. b ra tlimon IIK'IIHIK. 0. Mil, I.Kit, Ni. 1IN.
SI XTII Hinol Hi. cval n ti acri pt iiiorty at pnMie
aaH A now Monthly fliUa iuil i ' n w b-lns cmniill!
tront IU pi' cull tninip .iljr. Is oril'ir tu avail
lli"nalvci of Ilia alanusu (f the O-ami inm.ul
Mtiii'n.
roit HAI.R.-Niitantlit Aril-'-lvi atla-rart Dni tin. on
Movai:t, alKiva Hutlonwona attail. LHtlfuul frjut b
110 IW di p. Tnoalli'O linmalla'o Bfl.oiil'i'l.
Knt lfilllng (now rninlyi. N't. TU llriwn : re.it,
fwrlvo room. Lot IH r I rloa HOO.
f truant Dwolllnra, witk atilm, Km, Tus ml no Itra'n
atrnal. I.Ma IS by R root. Prior 1 H).
epRanM ax'a-yard twtllinft.ta4t Id'1 of Kr mMin rat,
abnra roii:ar. Twilva roona. Frioa Stl.m:').
Vary ai4ilor S .IH tw. IliiiK, eMt at. of FYiiitkl'a
atrf K, north of foliar. Twi-wa ri,in. I'rtoa 9in.oio.
Y' or olnsant atdayard Itwotjua-iton rilt.'4-iila tr.ot.
a Oatord. Iflta Ii by luo lit, ai.d Jl hy 171 toil doau
Inaatreot. Twtivt roorai. Prlcta fiiO auil 7.l.
Tliroo cloaatit lwnllina on Urowti straat, woal of Hl(-
tor nth. Imabla front daora aud whlv halU. i, iu In by DO
a nival I'rloo $ 'i50 oaeh .
rirtt-clnM lante double Mmlon on Obiflnut atrcr-t. flM
lara ahlr ynrd and lot 17K font doop to a tia.'l. hiui n
tin: lrloa tO,Jl.
Very wat h,illinit. north alio of Wa'Uoe, watt of
wntiotli atraot, Twnlro roorai. Lot W by ir,. Prh-o
JU. Imnidlale po.ialloo.
SplonilMly built brown atouo front DwiilUou on llpruco
Hmt, wa.t of .i-avonteonth. Prlca 12,00.
Rlntant fonr alory lwelliiir, en Vine troKt, wntt of
Horantnanth. marble up tlia flrat itory. 1.M by 124
fwl ,w a itrmit. Prloa $10,'00.
Vory axcollcnt flur-atury brown atona Iron! Dwelling on
Woat l.oan e'loarn. Ii tea JtH.Onl.
Krai liweUtns, with aidaon Arnh Htraat, wnatofl'wcitty-
flrat Kour alory. lx)t 18 by 119 fbat. I'rtco
Watt built, Boat, four-itory Owalllni, Mo. I7i Baca
tre.it. riftaan rooraa. Lot il by 1H0 root, rrloe lm.
Iinmrdlale poaiawlon.
Vwy beaullfallF located thraa iiuartor Dwelllnn, No.
IfllO 8iiminr attaot. Lot aodbullilllin as faat frant ; depth
111 fi i Hiring tlrrmt. lTtrell roaaalon ilron.
Vary ehgaitt.a'elUihtiiliy koate4 liwellitifi, aouth aide of
Green atreei, want of Twen'.y.Uilrd. Twelve rooini
IM IS k; 117. mea act1 0. ronaiilon gtron.
Moat DweUlnf. No. t-4 M. Twetrtli atraot Hrloc IViOO.
To a It rati any day at 1 o'clnclt. Now emiity.
Sploodid manalon, north aide of Ureen atreel, weat of
Twenty-aoooud. Lot ii by 170 feet deep. Prion t.,,0)0.
Saw amply.
Meat DwtUlofca, eauth aide ofSprtni!(lardu alrtiot, woit
of TbJrtccn h. Prtcea 9000 aud IM.MO.
Kataatiiiaible front aide-yard DweUlun, aouth sldoof
(Ireao itroot, wuat of rifiacutb, aril home Hit of the
church. rileeSU.mo.
ftplerdld new Dwvllloff. aouth nldaofCaatoe ilreot. woet
of Minoieeuth. Prloe $o.'00. Now empty.
Two neal throe-atory Dwelitnits, Twantl.'tli itroot, aboTe
Ooalea, baring Uiroa-atory baca buUOInjti. Lota 11 by
100. Price tViflOO each.
Throe aplendldly built new afita-yard Dwellings, aouth
lUU of Urooo ttreet, weat ot NUietconth. Prloe HiuO.
laBtMdlate potaMPlos.
Aa offer la wasted for the property, Ho. IIS Race at.'fct.
Lit l by SO.
Neat Dwelling, Ho. Ill I Mount Vernon atrcet. Twelve
room,. Lot in by rrli Vuco.
Store and Uwrlllnj, No. 1401 Callowhiu itreot. Iiot IS
by so ftat to a atreat. Price JWl cloar.
heat OwotlUur. aait aldeol KraDkltn.abore Fofilar twotre
room, rr ce ij;ui, clear.
Vory excellent bualnnca atand Mo. 110 Arch afreet. Uiroo
alorlea all Uaroiujh. Lot 17 by 101 feet deop. Price $0700.
Now eaaotr.
Hletraiit Dwolllns on Rtovecth aircet. aoiilh of Mtleti.
Urowa atono iniumlitKe and maattc front. Lot 17 by 90.
Price turoo.
Very luoorior built Dwolllutt. No. SI N. Truth etreet,
twehro rootna. Lot 17 by 120 feet deep to a itroct. Prloe
tr7C0, oioar. Iinmodtote poMeaafoa.
ftpkoilld bualnoaa atand, N. K. oornor of BUth and Hut-
toBwood atronta. Lot 90 by 90 reet. Three atortei all
throuRfa. Price 9S0CO . Only 9W00 wanted.
Kacellent Itakary, No. 399 8. Third atroot. rriee 000
Neat llweiliiif. No.7o7 8. 8IUenth ttreet. rrloe 1 1090,
atcat alx roomixl Dwelling, No. 7U9 M aetor atroet. Prloe
lare.alear.
VeryaxoaUentDwaUluf, No. 1011 Lombard itroct. Price
SSToO, oloar ; poaaaaalon given.
Meat, well built Dwelling, No.4 York itroet, Ueiiaiaj
ton. Prloe moo ; tnhjact to $7i ground -rent.
Two very largo Dwellinga, on out aide ol Seventh
treot, above ataater. Priooa tWOO and tMCO.
Noat tlx roomed Dweltlug.oaat aide of Quince atrcot,
aeoonddoor below Walnut. (Quluco atroet is welt of
Klevrulh.) Prioettfoc.cloar.
Noat elght-roouicd Dwelling, aouth aide nf Itrown itroct,
weat of Jiidaon; lot 11 b60. Price tMOiiubjoet to SiiO
ground-rout.
ai i ui.aait,
Ho.VM ST. 81 XT 11 Street.
BAUOAIN AGAIN NEAT DWELLING,
ANo. 1U4 Ogdea and No. 1U6 Myrtle atroet, In tha
roar, on tho aame lot. rrtce $100 for both. Kent for $900.
Neat Dwelling, No, 614 Lorain atreat, a nice atroot,
near Klghthand Green at re ; nine roomt, hot and ooll
baiti.gaa.Ao. Prlee $21100.
One hundred houtiee alwaya on hand, of which Immedi
ate poeaeaalou can bo had. Prlcoa ranging from $1000 10
$Wil). Kvory anx loss porwon thotild t ill at onoe.
OhOltGK 6. MILI.BIt,
riactteal Ileal lintalo Agent and Hrokcr,
No. U,4 N. 8IKTU atrcet.
LARGE DWELLING. NOUTH SIDE OF
oti atroet, oaat of Sixth atieot. Wou'd make a
apiendid atore. Lot ta by !iS6 foot deep to Chorry atrcet,
wlto axcclkiut atablo and ooacb-houae oil Uiut frot. Prloo
I'&fiOO. PoaaeaaioB given lu 60 daye.
Onat bacnflco. Throe ava-ioootad dwelling!, on Tar
ker ttreet (Kanalngtna. near Frankforlroad). l ot 40 b
70. Prion $100, clear for all.
Meat eligibly located DweUlag, No. 408 N. Twelfth
tieotilot vlfeetfrtnt. Immediate poeaeaiion.
Immediate poai.caalon. elogaot aldo-yard dwollluf.
Frtuklui atrcet, above Poplar, price Un0.
Mount Moilah Cemetery. Two iploadld Lou at a aaorl-
floe poalllvely.
OneOdd Fellowi' Cemetery Lot. MILI.RIt.
. toO, No. 1M V. 8IXTU Slieet.
Mi:
A NEAT, LARGE MANSION AT
Duya lano ataftoa, Oormantowm contalna tarelvo
rooma, flvo on flrat flori atable. coach-homo, ele
gant garden, eto Lot 114 foot from by J18 foot doep to a
ttreet. rrk-e 'A. M1LI.BB.
No. 154 K. 3IXTJI Stroet,
J FOR. PALE. LARGE FACTORY. NEAR
'Oertuautown, oa tho Railroad. Largo Lot, with
Switch to eon uect with ltallroad. Stream of water run a
through tbe premnoa. Steam Bngme, Shafting aud all
(v-mplote. (.argil BDeAdlBj, Ao. P(etiou ,'iroq, rrisa
$10,000, clear.
WEST PHILADELPHIA tO'ti FOR SALE
' CHEAP. -Oua 80 by Uio feet, at l par foot.
Oua 10V by 100 feet, at $1 par foot.
One U.'.by luo fee, at $1 per foot.
All ouruor lou. But little money required .
FOR SALE GREAT SACRIFICE. SIX-
roomed Dwelling, No. 7l Jefferaoa atroet, $1700,
clear, liargnii, poaliivaly, Dwelling Ho. litO Citron
iiieet. Lot K b 60, with house oa reir, timX), clear.
Store and line ling, No. 'JiH CallowhUi (treat. Lot 11 by
a-nro. ttciidea handreda of other bargaiui.
FOR SALE. NEAT TWELVE ROOMED
-bA Dwelling, Ko. V6Q N. Seventh tire!. Lot It by US.
Fric- $300.
Kllglhly located Btore and Dwelling. 'o. 1M N.SHtu
atroot. Lot neaiiy 100 fvot dooa to a atroet. P rloo $-AX0.
tHaidea buuilreda ofofaerfreportlea.
OKOKGK C. MI .LRU.
No. 14 N. SIXTH Street
3l
FOE SALE, CHEAP, INDEED. NEAT
DweJMeg, No. Vine aUeet, twenr reoou. Lot 18
feet i inohoa by 1)8 lent, toaaioct. Pil;el . Ituui-
tlaK pvaacatlon, MILI.KR.
Ne. 1M S. 81.XTU SUeet.
ff NEAT COUNTRY SEAT OF IS ACRES,
"-en taejll aver ford read, iX tulica from U Market
treat ki Mge. ror aala or icliaim.
m KORSALE.-SPLENDID MANSIONS
and Farm of $3 acrea, ar tsllet from BrUtoL
Elegantly located. TLa Manalon mil built by one of tho
flrtn of Stewart A Co., Mew York, farming ntentUa, As.,
go wltb the title. Trie $12,000.
Fint-claaiFarmor 44 acraa, only half Bile fromth
tutloaatTrnton,oathoPenajylvalB aid. Baitxoel
lent large fratue luiprovtmviiu. Prlo $10,o00. Imntedlat
potaetaloa. MILLK8,
No. 164 N. BIX ru .Itreet.
N. B -AU tli country property adverUaed bym (at
ny tin) la aiwayt orat-claaa, a I take uo other kind to
cttapohe of.
FINE. CLOTHING,
ItHAL BSTATB.
Rf.AI. FUTATVi
l-.RAL RiTAT f.
FAUMS.
FARMS .
FAllMM.
I'AKMH.
KaRKH.
r a It M S
VAUMS.
PAKM1.
r tsy.
n K0
FOR HA 1,1.;. I-'I UST CI.ASS Y AR M
aoma, I'd)
ne mCe from We , teat'ir.
ry anpr-rior lm
me.it. Pneo !'JlrK. Mini be
e-n to be epiiir-riMiit.
Vtrj auieilor r' .' -n of f arr,-.
ongh limits of Vi .1 t,:.icr. I ,i
imt r.uM'drt of tlui b it
t lArt.0 Miaul-in. H.rn.
c. ANn.ltanl Prloe tMs.tO;.
Very excellent r ami i,r i icr... ; i.ai no tinmv'iienii,
but a number of t l,o:c,i tniii.l.nr Ioiaj only ono niiM rrona
WoatChonlcr. P..,,' M'Hiptr acre.
Neat Karon of Pi ne-V' . new ti.eainc loclity aa a'Krre.
Priii l..0 or .-r...
Ktr'-t-ralo Ken.: i.f acrei. Hire. irt'ti f "in Wa-t
Clicator; gor.4 Im; i.,ie.,iniits, anl on a ini'illc roa4 I'rloe
f ion por acre.
Very eiocllcn' I arm or IIO acrea, ovity 1 1 nillea
frc,n a etntl-'il on U'C l rnna(vanlaCentialral M:,d, ali.iiit
twenty mlloa fro in Hi tlty; hn ;,J iniiuovomouta, nuw
barn, Ac, Price i- r acta.
SiilK'rlor 1'arin r,f K.T ar.r.; ftrsi-rat.i ln:.d. and nolenlij
Improvemnta; il'i.ale.l In Marlborough lowoihi Ch.'-tT
count), about tviity t'.fo ulna from the tlty. I'ttoe SI JO
ior aee.
haatlarmoflarrfa.'ii; ralVi fro.a F.ll.lew lUliiin,
on the lialilcvuc and llilladflplita tallroad. ITS
let aim.
htt Farm of 7'. acn , I V mil"i Irom TtiWiniiB
a'atli n, on l'bl;,M,hla and Balllmare rallread. I'r.ae
$101, ficr acre.
Vt r neat Kami ot UK aera, Iu We t Nottintbam. aaar
Oxfi rd homugli, CI cator county, al too very low Ufturo of
Hi. 0.
ltraidr h a gTcit nuiubcr of othera, lafurmat'. a of wbi 4i
tol. tt I ad at ti.e ul.'lce. (IKOIIOK C. Mtl.LRK,
rrictlcal Keiil Katate Operator,
No. 11 N. HI VI u Street.
aJMl SUTKUIOK F111ST-CLAS8 FARM, TUN
a-fcmlloa from Uio city, on tie I'ennaylvania Central
Kailioad, ooutalnlng (4) aorea. 1'ilna DOtv).
okuiiiih a. Mti.i.nn,
Real Satata Agan and llr kaf.
No. Kit I. SIXTH SU-cOL
I'OK fiALR. FIRST CLASS A No. 1
Farm of acrea, near lowaingtown, Olmator
ootuity. Bicollunt Improveruentl, AO. l'rlce Sii.aOO,
Tlila la an extraordinary opportunity to got a good farm.
OKOItUB 0. MIL Lit it.
No. 1M N. SIXTH Street.
Noat new dwiilllng, No. I MO Morvlne atroet; lot in by 90.
Friae 2'i clear. Now empty.
Great Sucrlncn. KaoeUnii Dwelling, No. til M. Front
afreet. LotSObjRS. rileoWI.
K.inailont Bakery, No. WO I.awroner atroot, and No.f.
Orchard etreet, in the rear, l'rlce t K'hiO clear.
Nearly now neven-roomed Dwelling, No. 8111 Tnaker
etreet. Lot lflb lvo. Piicc.iW)orloar.
Sli-roouird liirclllng, No. II JcrTeraon atroot. Price
(17(4) clear.
Noat txoellen' MwolUng, Marahall atroot, above rarrinh.
Price tioOO. K vhtrooma.
Keat ilx roomrd Dwelling, No. 8105 Winter atroet. Lot
It by 44 foot, rrlce I1M0.
Neat acvm-toomwl twe ling, No. IMP Wood atrcet
Lot 14 l,y M feet. Price $17110.
NPataix-roonicd dwelling, No. (Vie N. Sixteenth atroot.
Lot 10 by HO fact. Trice $16-0.
Thrco very noat nearly new I)we Huge, norla aide of
Priuid) v. Inc atnet, west of twentieth. I'riou i-moo eacli.
Ilcaidei million of dollara' worth of other prnportv, con-
atatlng ol flrat-claaa t'arma (no others!, Uanalona.CoiuiIrT
Heata, Ac, all tvitliln thirty mllea of the city.
OBUBOH C. MILI.BIt.
Practical Real F.Afate Operator.
No. 161 N.8IXTII Street.
fli
FOH BALK, ELEGANT, ENTIRELY
LKew Dwellinga, Nub. 8,t01, MOT, Utfi, U( , 1311, W
l:Klo, ard 1T7 N. Twelfth atrei t. All thr. e a lory front, and
having Urge Uirre atory double buck buildlna, with all
tho modem Impmvamenle in full I'rlcea $T0iJ to $0100.
lxta 17 feet $ Inuhca by 37 foot donp.
Alao, the flrat lour new propcrtlca on llio north aide of
Thi mpaon afreet, eaat of Twelftli.one of whioh it a Htora
aud Dwelling. l-ot 17 foot C lucnoa by Co lent docp. Trice,
$4i:0U each.
liroad street, ro th of Oxford, woet aide, are four neat
lour-alory, uevr aide jam iwtuiuui. rttco $l.,ouv
each.
llroad atroot, tooth of Oxford, west aide, a'O two neat
four-atory dwolllnga, hating Plciou atone front up to the
ll . at atory. Lota 20 feel fro.tt by 300 fact d oep to a atroet.
Price $10,000 each-$i5.D can remain.
llaaldea ninilona of dollara' worth of olhT property.
Kvary porton wlahing to purchaae Seal Kctate ahould call
at ouce. New Monthly Catalogue will be otrt in a fear dayt.
OROBOK C. MlLLta,
Practical Ileal r.itatc Operator,
No IA N.8IX1U Street.
i NKAT DWELLING (FOUR STORY),
pN0.7rj cimeicenui atneti tot iinyiuo reri. rno
$oCC0. Now (imply. OKOItOH C, MILI.BIt,
No. 161 N. HI X Til Street.
COT THIS C01.LTWN OUT FOlt FUTUKK UKr KftKMGK.
WANTS.
FbRNlSUKD HOU8K WANTED, IN
Lii- wiat Kali, ui. or Locuai.or Arch, or Chceuut atroiU
AUiircaa "Kumit'iied Uouae," at thia olllro. lo-A
FOR SALE AND TO LET.
FOR BALK OR TO LET.
llWF.IXIMtiS,
No". Mi'Ua and !el08
AKCI1 STIll'.KT.
U 10 0t
1UANGE OF l)EPOTI
PENS'8YLVAN1A R.MLUOAD.
ItRMOVAL.
On mid oftor 8UNHAY. tvf.htr 10, IW, the Ticket
Oliico of the rental IvAi.ia Itu'lroad win lie at tne ra..Non-
gi-r -utfot. llliitiiciu auu aaAivuthi oireeis, neat
f l,iucili,u.a, ami ii e
1'Ansr.niir.is inane
ti n i. hVAitr ritnM TIIK
V'tST llillJtlir.Ll'lllA 81'ATIOJT
Ae loLLowa:
Mall Train at 8 f0 A.
1'iiikcbliurg Train, No. 1 " lot
HMt i.ina -- Ai'ao
aikinliu; BTrain.No.il " 1 uo r. M.
liarnibuig Accouimoiifl:ion " y ,io
I.an.,aetei Accoiuniodation 11 4'IMl
Taoli Train " U'liO
Kilo tloo " BOO
I'hUadolphia hr-vif " 10'1
Ann Aunii r.
Krte Exprcaa at 4'?o A M.
1'IUladclplila EAire " 7 (n '
l'ooli Aciionixaoilaiiou.... ' 8 10 1
1'r.rkcrhurg Aocouiuiotlatloii,N. 1 " '
Faat l.me " m
I.aucaaiar Train " M'S'i P.
I'arrenhurg, No. I " b .'li) 1
Mull Trail 6 1'.
liarriaburg Acci.luuiodatluu " 11 UO
Philadelphia Exnieaa lcaroa daily,
lirlc ' " ex ,t Sutmdnyj,
AU other Tiaiiil dally, except Sunday.
TlieCaraof tlio Market Hired I'uaienger Kallivay will
leave Kignih atteet at 7 l.'i P. M,. to counei4; vtlth the Krla
Kxprtiaa, and al lo P. M., to connect nlth the l'hiladoiplila
Exiinaa al Ihe Weat riilliidt h hla in put.
DCKING TIIK WKKK, KXCF.IT HUNDLYS,
TlieCara of the MAJtKKT hTHKKT PA8 tKNUi.lt HAIL
WAV Will leave Fruu; Aircet every niiuiito, oomnimiclng
one hour pie. ioua to the time of departure of eacli train,
and the laxtcur will leave tlilrt vrnlnulu, prior to tha atarl
Ingtluiaofeach tiain torn the Weat l'hlladelpklit Depot.
MANN S liAOOVJB EXKKKSSl
ThoOffloeof MANN 8 ItAtHlAOK KXFKK8S will be
located at the 8. K. COKKK OF liLKVF.Niil AND
MAKKF.T Streota. and ha will call for and deliver 1)-
gauo m tin e ror all trame aa hi.-raiof.ir.
TIIK 1IKFOT AT TUB t'OHNtK OF F.I.F.VENTII AVD
MARKT HTIIKF.IH WILL B& CLOMliD At'ltK
8ATUUDA., 10.li ..ulant. fl c FRATPIRCUS,
Fuil, Tnui'lphla Divia ou Puuna. kaUroad.
Weat PlillaAlcliilila. OcujJ.r H, lso4. 10-1
ALL OF
T.T'T.T.OCrf & CRENSHAW'S
8
ugar-coated Pills anil Orannlel fpr le by
Roulheaat corner HBOAD and l'AltlilrlH titiiAt,
10-14 lit Piilladinplila.
TTENTION ! POLITICAL AND PATENT
ru,ht men t also mnnufacturera of Fireworks, call
and ee the tireut I'outlcal Cauip.ngn Iiluuluitlora.
Terntortoa lor Aic.
Adilrwa, . J. O. I.FAT1.
10-LoV American Uoiiiie, riillndelptila.
OLD WHEAT WHISKY.
160 casea pure old Wlieiat W Idbky.
For aale by K. P. MrDBLtTON,
1011 0t No- N- FKONT Hlreet.
T1SBOLUT10N. THE CO-PARTNERSHIP
J ' heretofore eiiatlng anderthe flrui of HAMl'KL N.
DAV-K8 A 80N, la Uila day dUnolved. The bualncaa will
bv aatlivd by Uie uailvralKiied, at No. '."A DOCK Mtreet.
C11A8. E. DAVIK8, Surviving Partner,
rbiladelphla, Hcpioiulwr WJ, IbW.
iO-PAnTNEBHIP-Tlio analeralrneil have this flay
turmi d a Co-paruierahip under the flrut ,,f HAVIkS Ulill-THa-.l(8,
tor the tranaitailon of a gimaral Bauklng and
Brokerage Buaiuom, al No, KV DO iK htreet,
" l'IlAUt.F.8 K DAVIBa,
FAXHM A. DAViKS.
rtillade.nlita, October 1, Wl.
U, 8. Crf locates of lntkbte.lneM, Quarteraanatera'
Vouo),era anil Ch.-ka, and OoYorumcnt bocurttiea g.no
ruily, uougtit and aohl. 10al-lua
Buaineaa Fapar and loaaa on doll&terale negotltiteU.
Htocka ana Loaua bottatit and aoldon Coumiinaloa.
u. s.
MEW 7-80 LOAN.
SiibucriMkiae recalvod. and lb Kotei
furnialwd ixe oi all oLargea, by
OE0BOE J. BOYD,
Banner,
kan-vra Vo. 18 8. THIRD lr,t.
o
1L STOCKS
UOAJOIIT AVD BOLD
OJN CtlHUlHlll?!,
By UltOKUe 3. BOYD,
Broker,
ell-Sa Vo. 18 8. THI HO burnet.
REDUCED PRICES,
PFAL FSTATK.
mAL BSTATK.
RKAL r,HTATK.
AUCTION SALES.
M
ACKRT'8 AUCTIOM KCKTMS, Me. SM
KAJUtBT Stnai,
O. 0. MArntftV. Ana'tnneer, altotta oool"rrta at
O'alt tlnda, for iHibrc aale al hla Auetk.a KooaU, BBdaaS
wi attnad rafifially to aai ra
II r.f ! r.l a J Pi A. 1' r aii.-nft
At ll.a Vv.Iiam. m.
Iiot'Sr.tiui.i mRniroaa
Aft TlwJllaoa. anil
H;itn,Kn ur air.i'iiianiioffi
Af II a ara r n. n rora
Cent; . iii t o a.lvauce.1 wlien duairtax on eottaigaoaanu r
foiita tor fi.jl,i.i aala.
fi MTN irrra or ..Kirt.ltT tNn AkC'RinAaT
Wlllir. tl.tANITI. AN l tOMMDI r.AltT'lEN-
W A it h. Ac
Or TuA'lv M iraliir.
I' o'ol'irk. At ria. ..xv a i i.tl,o rooua No W4 Uar
kit ti-CAt.
1 ' c Htuioii m of uti and erniitrv retail atorekeeoera la
oi-ii. o
Pur. I lACrw r-,r ll.ano.tn'rv pan t thlr inwl earerjUf
p Kta ai ti c UUUI.HI rui'ina.
llAI.lt Ol.' milsS
MAnKKT STRKEV. Ilia.tW THIltTERMTJt.
RT INVITATION OF TUB 0I.U.
EON. TV1LLIAM D. KELLEY,
CAFTAIN A. R. COLHOUN,
HON. J. M. tXOYEL,
WILL AIORR4V TUB riiHMf f
I
ON MONDAY EVENING, 00T0BER IT. t
i
AT 6 O'CLOCK, 1
Tt ltd r InvltCilla altod.
10 un
lOAL FOR SAI.K.-OMB OR TWBNTT
V ' tone, flr.t qua U. it,, natid to .Saaltarv l air. ABotr
al Uie t.if1ir, No 1 la S.H1&V tis CU Htreet, up etair. U-I4
TVJOW 11KADY-COAI. AT S7-S0 FFiK
1 TfiV 1I1K CONht,'Mr,H8' MTtlllAI. OOA8.
(' MI-ANY are now udivorlni Coal from U.4rOaklaak4
Co.iici i .on tlio celebrated Sklduor and Mammoth vela.
allhc follow, rnt rate.;
To hmi.aci it-i ru, pre- ton ft -to
To Ni.n 8iiliNrnhera.nor ton UO
Tluia ativliiL' tl0 m-r tou to HtncahoMAra. HeHlaea MiM
s v
aavlu. Uiore will tic a diviiterid aaanallr on the tatock
ail prul.aUillty, of at leant 81X NOI.LAK8 P8K HHARKV
aot'ial nOcr Inotlrat viar Htookhotdora wilt not only gea
tliuli- loal for noUifng, but will alao probably reoctr
ainaH dUlir-nd on thelr.stock. The leaie nina for Out ppw
noit low loyalty for alxteea yeara. Hie ten dotlar po
ahare r-nl now la for the wbo a term of tlio Icaae.
The nrcaent capaoltr of the Mine la MVnoo tone per year.
or one tun tier aUar. fhla wIU aoon be lnoroaa4 to UOIo
toliM, which wll glv the Company loO.O Ml tone t
to outoidi-re at tlu-lli.li.-at market prtona. TUK PKOFIT8
FltOSt Mlll' ll WILL UK DIVlDtD AM.QHU tiLS
MllCklXll .HF.lt 8.
Huoactlpuoiia to tne r trai nonoa may ana d nun m
1 nor aliaci, at the Slltceof tha t'ompuny, No. t V
SIATIl Htreet, accond aiory. lb next aerlea wtU b$U
por ithare.
rroaieort oaihi-.o lii...
Treaauror J8IAil KlalKItllOl.'K, No. 1U1 MAI-
K1VT atreot.
twictiny johh c. tjivnuu, u: it a. this-
TF.F.NTll btreet.
riiai.oroua :
JAMF.8 LTND. No AS 8. Sixth atreit.
KDWAttD K. .K1NF.8, No.gil Area atroet.
HKNKV 8. i'AUL, No 41!) Walnut at-ecl,
p. r. CLaVION, No 164 N. Third atreot.
HlOMAM HAItSiF.D, No liaj Chi-anut etreet.
From the hat of Stookholdora we aoloot tha lOUawirjir
well. known and h'gtiiy respsntASo namea, ALL, OF
WHOM IlaVF. KBi F.IVF.D COAL, and to whm w
confldot llr refer Inquirer.
ThA itock aiKilni.'otl verv r Apmiy aucuiaaeaoi anooaaa
niiiuliy aeeuil ig dinoAcd toBvati thenaaajvea ofita advaaa-
lAgua. A laraa a iinuar w ir- w, .in viaiwacm i
htockholilere, and tnorc 15 J t'v room ror mure -.-
Itotiert atoKweu,
IF.. T. Pierce.
v m u. -i aynr,
Itev. A.M. Jelly,
F.dwin at. Ilaiflah,
Ueneral WUllaul F Bojall
Thomaa Wnolmatl,
.mmn aria,
John Ivea,
.loha I'hllHiK,
Alart,n ifreyer,
A In aliani .Stewart,
CharlAB M. Murrla,
John l. riio.-pr.
1'homa.C. BiU.
K . 1 . Croaaoii.
F. IMg ikit.
John tlifrbrl.
II. W. I ay,
liaito liak.ee,
lolui llraaMlngton,
il. F. HoutliwortU,
li.hn Youni.,
,'ianoi. Itraiim.
-lauiiiel F,,rder,
T'lonira W. FrtoA,
IF. Hm tk.
rhai'ioa klelianlanaA,
Kev C W. IK-Biaea,
A. HoTy, :
Thorn la Allea,
D K. Aakton,
A. F. Heiidixaoa.
M. A. F .r,
F.van Fox,
fcurgaO low,
V. M. Carpeater,
Jol.n tlulliver,
Dr Jiiaeh T. Rawand,
Kobert l'boiaai,
I ,ovl ivoUera.
John S.JenkiA,
c tO-o.taer,
Itev M C.8utpuOB,
K ibort Roatty,
N. W konett,
U, W.lwta,
O. b. Sonter,
David Wcarh'rlr.
,1 ll. HciinmaAer.
V. illii.ni Onftitha.
T. i. DllKa,
John F. 1 Ajior,
,1. a-onk,
F. M. Brcdlol,
tioorgo w. Mooney,
N. h. l.awTtniLC.
Th.-maa Iluntoil,
J. ll.O'Ilara,
11 C Young,
CIirtntninKl offer,
Aug. F.mcnck,
(ieortc I. Keller,
K.lward Oilne,
Lewia Kenali,
J. II Walton,
K W. l-taiitcn,
Baronol Nln'ona,
Ihontaa K Uaraod,
M hioraker,
11. J Keen,
J, hn (.. alli-rimer,
K. J. Hp.niiler,
A. V. Mtiri.liy.
CAptain J. M, Fral'oy, li
Dr. Wliaon Jewell,
Dr Oeorfc-e I. UUvcr,
('. D.Talmano,
Itr.nri H. run.
H,,n. Jodge Alll.on,
ll F. Faria,
M.r.Cadnilia,
(ooine I'ctii-Mtn.
Oe -r.e L. MUlor,
J Kl.ln,
Vi'aHar ll-edl,
J. Vi m . Jouca,
Jfl.r, li. Aikle;-,
J . Frnnk,
Jcneph K Torr.
Wiu.il. L dwarda,
K.C.i-iij dir.
tioorxe F. OmnrlF,
WIU.C. Shul r,
Jaiuea Whlttlngtoa,
Charles A Make,
Win. Ar.dreee,'
C. D. Sheckeiion,
F'.ed. rtck t:ailmua,
K. W. Moriliou,
1'. F. C Utloll,
V l Hani ftioii,
Vi m. hupcr,
Jonn Mutr,
Iredi-rtck PartAtt,
CM Iiuahainfa,
Hum y McAuaily,
, vr . Haoa,
li. T. K.-n.ll,
CliAliea liar it.
JoKeph 8 For,
juiiu. iieuier,
Fiederlok y.alaa,
John 8 Wl inn,
.lohn Mi-Arthur,
'l lioroaa Haaiaia,
Preittm l'onaJiigun,
.fame A. Derruitfef,
W. P . Bpow,
I'harlo II. Uoipl,
Cliarl la Welk ink.
i iiomaa uraiiain.
vi iu. laaaria,
K.F.Prentla.
Jnmea II. IN.ai,
w ua iiarmer,
K. W Aldnriloa,
Klcjiard Stofcea,
ije.irge wi aain,
C. M . Bcrrr,
Joi. 8 Fl-ker,
Chaa B Uleklnj,
lo P, O'aipn'.
Yhoi.ll.raanoa,
A F. Hawa,
9i N. BwAot, CtnnamuuBtL
N.J.
Tho Wool man,
John Praoal-n,
tli-o. IfawmAcaly,
.loa. M. Beai-haH. ,
Col. John r Hi!lor, . , i
tleorite W tlreger, . .
lAino-i 8 . Taylor,
Waalururtoa llAil, - '
t'harlc. M. Kvaul,
It. J. Orlgg,
i loorge J-.llF.
Henri E. Wallace,
J. 1. liuop,
W. II. Bei net,
A. W Totn;.lilna,
11. L llal owcll,
Wm.Fotilt,
C. Fni.lden A Co.,
J. C. Iliinimell,
F W. It!, ii r,
John 1'. W'v'f,
1 ai Id Ai pli-uale,
Jonepli Jotiusou,
Jul, a Oid,
liunni Voimg,
CiiarleaT Mallievl,
Rnntiel Kllpattlck,
J. P, Wlikln ion,
Wilihun I' fetliaiilt,
Johu 8 Filclie I.
llcurv B. Chew,
William Sio oua,
F.D.ll. Klihardl,
Fiiviard Bidille.
O 8. OlatUn, )
K. w . Mill.
O. P. Walilron,
W M Cornell,
rhar'eaA kurlbauv.
Tl.umaaS Skoomnker.
Juda wear,
Jainee FoAter,
Knoa tnvdur,
W. F. Aoioa.
John McKi Itht,
hilt. Kifl.ertT.8o.
Ao ni In hfAnaTlinY Va tl.ll N ADA.VH4.
Coal ( arte can llnd atea.i.. OOTPlOj went at O ir TaTal.
No. 1617 CALLUWUILL Hr,ct. 10-U-it
I)EGULATION8 FOR THE APPOINTMENT
t ol Cadet Eiwlneera ln tiie N avy.
In pur.uunee of the third and fourth aectlioa of aa aot
panted at the orat aeatlon of tho 'I hirlv-cm-lith Congaoaa,
approved Ju'y 4, MA, " To aulttvriie Ihe nerrtlary of Iht
Jiutylo provide for ike tduealioti of Xuval C'ontlruetort
and Bttam Engineer', and for olklr pur-noaca," appll
c.itloiu will be received by tne Nuvy Doparuaent tut U
apiKnutnirnt of Cadet klngluera. ... -
The application la lo Ui ad.lreaeed to the Beeretaryof
tlieavy.and can be made by the candidate or by any
pemon for blm, and hla name will he placed on tit
rt'Klaler. The rrgiatry of a name, however, glvaa uo
aauranc of an hi,ij Intreent. and no preference will tx
given in tlio ar lection topri.itlty ol uppllcatloii.
The numb T of Cadot Kugineera la limllod by law ttt
fldy. Tli candidate uuat be under elghtaan yeara of;,
and hla application mini be accompanied by auUilaelory
evidence of moral character, uierhanki-al aptitude, and or
hit having been employed at loaat two yeara In tha actual
fubrlcatltiiiot'aluain machinery. Before receiving an ap
pointment, he niuat pata a wedicul eiuuiinatltn of hi
phyaical 8tneaa, and an ncadeiiUo exauilnatlon of hi
uiental itualiAeatlona. lie will then be admitted to th
Navnl Ac Ad. my in the claa ol Cadet Koirinw-r, n
linvrded every mean of itouuirHig a acientibc and prao
tlcal knowleilge of the prluclplea of mcohanii a noceaAary
ror ditcharging the dutlea of a Steam Cugtaeor lu tlui
Jtavy.
The'couraeof atudy will comprls two acadumle yoar.
All cailrta
ho graduutt- wui he luuneaiaiaiy w.- r, .
bb Aealtlant Kugmtcu lu th Navy, lu pay o a v.v
win at thi TAeaAerav th Cad.ta wl bo oxamlnei,
fromm'lKierdCV,
iClN.5ln,o7.dSrm
reVor-cV
Jfln-iAwiin receive permlaalen vrtll preeent Ihea
" v f Academy to.
!' " . ,h voth and tKiih of September, lor exauuuatiou a
tottiew inaUneatlooaforadniUalou.
t- rcililra. giving fiirth.riBiunnatlon, may b had noon
appUcatlon to Uie Navy Departuieat. 10-16-at
SIXTH AND MARKET STREETS.

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