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TTIK DAILY EVENING TELEGKAPII. PIIIIjADELPIIIA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22, 18G4.
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A AH.r a.rnnticoo HT.wsrArr.ft.
jmCE No. 108 S. THIRD STREET.
-, lM fimra fonTf re. Ortrw, or kienriui nT P.a
r.r ir t oacn, .nd mailed le Rnb.c'Ibe'S
fat as ORr wram TtoLi.Au it. annum i oa. iiu.
Iph irrr 0va ' Tc etoNTiTB.Inveriably Is advene.
a A MM srep.
A.ertleeau biaawvd at the till rntae, A Utaaral
tnmiwnl saaa. mr ninM Inaer'loni.
Tm Corrrpow.tii.
fro aw ta.se. of A non minus Communlcatloni.
Jphatr I Wler-rtiHl far le-arti ai m'i.f be nulh.'n'l.aleit
patheea-e and a.f1t-ea of th. writer not n-fc.aarilj tir
...altrattan, Mil ft a punt-Ant fnr hi. v..-! faith. We
tanae .ndemke tm Petora rejected Corumunlcallofta.
T ArtrrTtteioira.
fWrviff ATt rm-ra tn the f'lrmlatlon wf Til.
fjraNnv. Ti.BArn, nompeJHna tin in . to prr at an
aertr f.r, w. ifcnt1; rt-oiioat that advent, eat ut ntiy
handed la a aoe-n aa 10 o'rinik, If ..-ealhle, to .1 cure
mmm tm kumUM Hi au or oar editions
SATURDAY, OCTOBK11 22, mi.
LOOK A FT KIT, Till'. NSM.nif'.ns.
The Democratic majority on the home vow
hi th) State Is ciphered ui to SIX vote.
There were over rixtccn thotmantl t'ulou mnn
Id the Slate entitled to vote who lid not go
to Uie poll on the 11th Instant. So the elec
tion Wf Dt by default on th-it day. The Stain
m "let-ton the home vote," sy the New
Tork Tribvne, "throuch too tnucli confldi-neo
f ihcccm." It may be loot to us la Xovoin
oer in Uie me way if we do rot gn to work
In earnet, and endeavor to pcrsuiidu every
D&n to do hi duty. Nearly twenty-five thou
uid Union eoldlera from our State have
tailed to exerclao the right of suffrage beeauo
of tie remissness of their friends at tho North
In 'ailing to send them tho necessary papers,
poll-books, tickets, and regulations. The
Democrats are making; the most desperate
effort to carry Pennsylvania in November.
Of course they cannot do this, but they may
run the vote close" again, and this is discre
ditable to our party to the Union. By a
little extra exertion and watchfulness, aided
by Grant, Siikrmax, and Suehidan, we
nay carry the State by at least forty thousand
majority ; and If the soldiers' vote is thor
oughly polled, we can do better than this.
VNPKRATION or T1IK Nal Tll-IOtO-
roier.D coMsCKiiriosr or n laves.
Tbe Southerners have said more than once,
Ince the war began, that they would, In a
certain contingency, set tbelr slaves free.
They did not distinctly state the contingency
upon the happening of which they would adopt
the policy of emancipation. But it was evi
dent enough to any Intelligent mind that tho
only condition on which the institution of
lavery In tbe South would be formally and
deliberately abolished was that of securing
Uie success of the' Rebellion, in the event of the
failure of every and all other means.
That the South would evor willingly part
with the "Institution" while it was possible to
are it short of sacriQcing tho South It-iolf, no
nan of common-nense supposed. But strong
M always has been the attachment of the
Southern slaveholders to slavery, their repug
nance to being conquered In this war for their
Independence of tbe National Government is
Oven stronger. Certain Southern papers have
repeatedly declared, within the last two yciM,
that rather than be overcome by the armies of
the North, and reduced by force of arms to
return under the jurisdiction of a Government
gainst which they revolted, and of which
they have freely avowed their bate, the so
called Confederate Government would pro
claim the emancipation of the negroes.
, When, therefore, tho Southern press and
Statesmen begin to adopt measures witli a vie w
to enlist the slaves lu the Southern army, on
the condition of their manumission, it may be
afoly Inferred that the Rebellion has reached
that lost desperate extremity which alone
Could compel the people of tho South to give
p the very Interest to save which they com
menced the Insurrection. They havo made
tip their minds that whatever may be the
result of the Presidential election in tho loyal
States, the war is to go on to the end of either
their (ubjugation or independence ; and taking
thit portentous view of the situation, they
Bee that they must prepare to meet the Usua
fcy drawing on nil the reserved resources yet
remaining to them.
It must go hard with the proud and impe
rious lords of thousands of broad acres, tilled
by their predial serls, to give up that cherished
COrner-etone and attribute of aristocratic
Society; but tho sacrifice, it seums, must bo
made under the severe pressure of the war,
fend the fact that the proposition to abaudou
t h now being seriously discussed and recom
mended in too loading Southern journals, is
fta Incontrovertible proof that the Rebellion Is
poshed to its extremest necessity.
The Richmond Enquirer of the lSthl'inst.,
In a long and earnest editorial, openly advo
cate the conscription for military service of a
large proportion of the slaves In tho South,
nnd says that it learns that "the planters in
" Uie extreme Southern States favor the
proposition, while some have signified their
M readiness to free five, ten, or Ql'tceu of their
" slaves U they will enter the army." In
urging the measure tho Enquirer uses the
following language :
Tbe uault ut ttie late election Is still lu doubt,
" and whether Lincoln or M (.'Lti.i.AN will bts
"elected it is ytt impossible to ttcieruiine; tun
"there is no uncertainty a to the qnen'l m of
" carry to if ou the war. v netucr I.inl-oi.n or
" MiOlilla be. Itiu next l'rcsitlout, tiie voice,
" and the almost ununluions voire, of tliut pi'op!e
' is for a vieroii". pio.-e. uiion of the war. flic
" duty of irt punuK to mei t that issuu will 0.
before tlic approaching i-esiou of tiie l'on!eilu-
rate C'ui'gie-; that body will h.tve liel'oru it,
" fi r cousiuiiHtion, tui wiy uud means as well
ot mcu an of money, tor carry lug on (lie war
ou our pari.
"The war cry of :he enemy, 'no par!i ri!h
ttiKlion tn theJirUi no coinptdmis with Anvrv
the riadnutntenl," fully inform our peoplu
" that, in plain vernacular, the whiten of Unite
" feiatci) are t lie i.iiljuiiicd to s'uvery.und (boir
"slaves reuueeU to the nil.-eru'ile o imhtioii of
" Yankee tree mgroea. This is ttie view of thu
" people among our t'ni iiiies.uiiti this will b 111 J
result of the war, whether settled by Lincoln
" or McClkllan, if the people of iticse time
" permit themselves to be conquered.
" The conscription of negroes should be accotn
" panicd with freedom and the privilege ot re
" uiaining in the Suites. This in no part of a'loll
" tiouiani, it is the exercise by the mister of the
" nnquestloniible right of manumission ; it I ru
" muuerating tlioe who defend our causu with
" the privilege of freedom. N'or should tuis im
portant subject be prejudiced with quesUom
" about putting the negro oa aa equality with our
" friends, brothers, and fathers. Many of tho sol
" dlers in (heir childhood were fondled and nursed
" by faithful negro nurses, and yet no queotion
" of tijualny was ever raised. Many a nmn hai
"manumitted slaves without ever beim; sol
" jected to the suspicion of being an abolitionist.
" Tbe Usues involved in this war are too e.
M ailed in tlieir importance and charucter for us
"to permit them to be compromised by being
" degraded to a que.-tiou of property. Tho
((ultjand freedom of ourselves and of our
children, the nationality of our country, the
V enjoying any kind of property, the
ii r!fUkf OTer our heads, and tho very graves of
ibLf b,ulrn n(1 friends, are Involved iu tho
' and i iu "llur makes slaves of all, white
ors who i?m ' lIul, "moi'f? our conquer-
"monfV ii.u ud erouni ' ? making
we use that property P'oierty-5hl
Justice and sound polieTa'mau4, "oa.Cttu,i ?
- freemen of those who figut CJS
TL1 Is pretty plain talk, and nothing hut
the direst exigency could have drawn It forth
in
from one of tbe bitterest and tout tonarlmii
orpnns of tho lUI-elllroi In the whole Mouth.
Whether tho policy suggested will boadnptej
or net, tho bare advocacy of It by tlio let Jin j
Journal of tho Robcl Government at Kicli-n-ond
pocs far to anuul all the violent il'imn
rlatlous iilU-red In the South ngalmt the
aetlon of the National Administration in
employing negroes In the army ; wlillo t!ie
nrKiimont of tho liichioond pnper that fnv
dom should bo given to tho colored sjlJIor
who cnllxts to fight for Southern lirl.ip.tn-
dciice, fully warrants that proelnination of
rresidf.nt Lincoln which promises lln.irty
to the whole colored population In this co in-
try, on the conJltlon th it neroei sliuld
aid tho Government In cruablni out th?
llebellion.
some tiiixjs which wk n r.ui.:rr.
It Is Important that our inerchvits ai 1
niaiif wturcrs should think more of the vahn
to their interest of making themselves aid
their city moro familiarly and more wld ly
known throughout tho Union. Oaa in nns of
accomplN'ing this object Is fdr tho hoalsor
lending ineinlH-rs ol our buslnens h jinei to
travel more in other Slate. This Is a highly
necessary duty, In its relation to the tr.i lo of
the city. Our citizens who have business roa
ncctions In tho various Stales, and who d.i.-dro
to extend tliem, could not nilopt a mrtro oITjc
tnul mode of both spreading Intelligence of
their ci'.y and multiplying tho number of
their customers, (ban by making once or twice
year excursions into the interior, and min
gling freely nnd sociably with tho peoplo.
The ltostonlnns and the Now Yorkers aro
especially shrewd in this mutter, and they
have reaped the advantage of their sajicity
In the wide and profitable extension ot their
commercial relations.
But there Is another means which tho mer
chants of Boston and Now York have used
with signal success in spreading tlieir trado
connections. They have built up, supported,
and contributed largely to circulate, i'xc be
yond their own borders, a commercial press.
It is constantly remarked that a i'liil vielphli
newspaper is rarely to be seen In tho towns of
distant Males, while those of Boiloii and
New York are distributed and read In all
sections of tho country. It Is a fact worthy
of serious consideration, that the vast foreign
public, which derives its chief knowledr-j of
the great commercial centres of the Union
through thuir commercial press, do not pos
sess that medium ot learning and appreciating
the condition and character of Philadelphia.
Those of our journals which m-st faith
fully represent the trade, the industry, and
the general Interests and sentiin.'uLs of the
city, should not only bo widely circulated
throughout the Slates, but our merchants
bhould so employ their advertising columns as
to render them completely reflective of tho
metropolitan spirit, magnitude, wealth, and
activity of the place. By this sort of policy
they could be made tho best and mast Impres
sive representatives of our projparlty, enter
prise, and resources. Newspapers may bo
considered as mirrors, In wh'ch the fe iturc3 of
a society are broadly and strongly displayed.
Strangers at a distance may discern in them
the varied activities and pursuits of a commu
nity, its multifarious proclivities and concerns,
its distinctions of classes and callings, its intel
lectual and moral temper and cultivation, the
physical and social communications w.iieli
connect it with tho outward world, the finan
cial wealth that moves tha vast machinery of
its labor, enterprise, and commerce, tho extent )
of its population and territory, tho number I
and nature of its internal ltnprovomints, tho 1
multiplicity of its shipping, the ports with
which it is in established inKveo jrso, the
commodities that reach it fro:n transno iriuo
chores, tho supplies that are poured into L
from domestic sources, aud, iu sh irt, all Hut
constitutes or exhibits tha civilization, tlirut,
mid capabilities of tha emporium.
It is with this view of the utility of tho naws-
papcr that the merchants, bankers, m laults-
turers, mechanics, professional m 'n, and
tradesmen of all sorts, in Boston and New
Yoik, employ tho pages of their local journals
to express to millions of people thousand! of
miles off what their store signs, and the goods
exposed at their shop windows and oa tluir
shelves and counters, expi ess to the population
immediately around them. Thus they spread
a knowledge of their individual busiuess char
acter ; they convey an Idea of the aggregate
commercial resources of their city ; and they
attract custom from till quarters to which they
extend the Cime of their market. The money i
expended in newspaper advertising, aud in
extending the circulation of their local news- I
paper press, is well uud salely invested. It is
repaid ultimately with an enormous interest. '
It performs tho double service of benefiting I
the business men individually, nnd of pro- I
looting the fortunes of tbe community in which
they dwell. This matter is, as we have said,
deseiviug of serious aud immediate attention.
OI It llXAM l.S IX I t ROPE.
The Coteri meiita of hurope aro sti . win; un
wonted interest in our national tin nice and
revtiine policy, applying dire tly by tueir ollieial
ftinctiormrin to ours for tlio fullest lafortnition
that can lie obtained. Koine inoutiis since Michel
Chevalier, a member of the 1'runelt Kuiperor's
Council, Seni.tor-ueijoilaior of Iho I,uu Anlo
t'reneh treaty of commerce, and a well-known
uutlor on political economy, lu'.cndiag a niojiil
cation of the Frtnch tiaiikiug pyteiu, a-ked aad
tibtaiui'd from t-ecretiiry Cliae all his reports,
Willi the laws ai.d Hie progress of our new uat.oual
Iiubkins ayat iii,tt well a-i the hen Lxiiiiiit whieh
ti c oli cial puMiei'ioua atfdd of oui'.Sidt-.- haaks,
li.tiimi'irK a dtc-ded Ictning to.i.ir.ls ttie i-y-i-.'iii
introiltiiid by Mr. I'liau-.
Jlotu recently the i.ew King of W'urtcmh-irg
and ti e Itoyal D ink ot Stii:t-ard have atked of
the Tit'hMiiy Dejianriuiit a atoteinunt ot tiie
lutional and of the ii vera! loyiil Slata (lel)ls;
uud within a few days Kail Ujin;, IlritisU Miu
iatu ef Fuieiu AlUirs, applies toourtitieretary of
State for detailed information with renpeet to our
(.yatem of taxation, Nation il, St itc, aud Muulc't
pal; diHtinipiibhiiig in eaeh ease tlio direct, indi
ric', nnd miscellaneous, and all tho tlaasos of
Mitij t ts upon which they aro levied, with tho
h.ws and regulations of thij branch of our lian.it--;iil
a ft. iu, for the purport.; of reporting it for tiiu
11 e 1 1 li- own f Jovt rnmt nt.
The eal for aiithentic iiiiorinntlon f.-o-n
rniiiee and Germnny wo uudor-dami to hivo
bi en alreuily unaweied. Tht- Ht.ite Department
will As boon ua j.oai-ililo rcoiid to Karl iL-is-.-ll,
nnd it may be expected that the authoritative
publicity which will be (ti.eu ft our atfair., do
r vtd iruui tl.etie doeiimcnta, will iu far to put na
and our allairs riKhtly and truly before thu
petip'e of Hmojie. It would he exceedingly dj
airable to have a almilar expo-te of the revunuei.
delitH, and resources ot the itebel tst itea and of
the Confederacy, junt to eomji.ire their peouuiiiry
with their political independence. They are,
probably, on a par juat now, and equally ready
for tootiuK up.
The hint we heard of the Confederate debt, from
a "reliable gentleman," was their ticcrotarv
Meuiminger' report to the Kebel Contrast, la
wbirh he put the total for the lut of July lust,
exclusive of foreign louna and of lumping ( s'Jeai
that an additional hundred million of Treasury
notei had bet-u iin d ' nincc the date of thu
above behctiiilu"), at fourteeu hundred aud
twent -vevt-ii millions four liiii,(ii'ed and forty
eiaht ihouniud aeven bundled aud acventy-eight
dollars. How much it has jrown since, with all
amy suppli at thirty times their gold prices,
there are no means uf guetnug und no p irticular
Uiteiett in kuowiiiij. i
"TIIK KI'MF.KA Oil. '4W ! V or WK1T
VIIUJIMI .
Capital, $1,000,000, divided Into 100,010 shares
at $:0 aor ahara. MabanrlaUnn f.rU, tl'-'4 per ahr
1 bla Cvtnoaar oaa a'rtiaal ihamd.l taiuihln latij an4
taast in tha Kantwb VaOy, al'ua'n on Mtraa N'anfc an1
Campboiea Nun brat che. of Hull arrck. an! wMti'a fir
IIf or lha 0'ilorli-rr.
On ll"m? Kfwtli Ihn rompAt.T nitti on M, whlh la nnw
rnni4tf: la tnly -llirce hnrTlH (rf til. icr ii iy. Tint trull If
only tlo-0 ht"i,irnl airt tn fitly-ne rn fa.-t dctp, Thn
Hti.rl,.lot 1. lit t now .rt--ai lrif tn t,i t r to tlin iop b ,t
thi' t ile i t i' I fc'trrtm'-tlltiif nit, triil. t arr irntlii rroia
otir Lm.tlrril u i hp I tlti'tirw) Mti'l Mxlt iiA'rtvt nf tel a-r
df . Ii it v.t a to ta-l- n.tl wf car ii-rtj-u-a a Into aw.ttitit.
IP lh NtitClli', w ill al ll.t.k't Nt--k, linir I, irnl Iff
hitittltftl ar.1 alM.Ii . p ! ' t, wltn p'i.hi i,nrlr tp-l ,t oil
In IIip W'-ll Tltr land on a Ii t h lilt wnl I, i.k.io, , oa
a ponlu.l It-ap. 7 hp lln'l t'ri-fk II-.iii.i civ nn a ana
tltltd Itilfriat, '..ir C"n,.i. b tvp llintiil inrftr I wit tltir la.
At rami lu'll. run. tlif tiiiiiidki.j o.n In leo a tra!: of
llilr'y-tlirto air ., r,t kI.i, re I by i;tin.lc ant tn.'tli
aiMineot. tiie biat nil tpirlMii? In tie S; ito Tn ifn-,1
Ttu k nail, linn ln, llro lnonl rd lia .!,, alulnt tit : a
prnp'Tly.
Hook oratitipprintHin arv rew .rf,n at the Compar.y'a
Olln. konir. Xn Jit. Met. htn a Kpliit,a.
A unJted numliar of iharr., nnlv will lie nold.
4'1'IN J. KlIOMtilt, Intatarar.
Krtan Ilia 'rillalmrn Dally I'oit" of Sonbnnkor , LS'il.
Mttn. HiniKK Iha 'Win" Iihk lnt'll .tt.-.r y:
Wt It-art ir aa a ,t mifnian rna a rirni y.'ttrd tr fmn
'It aaiti emttii p ih a i on .m ni iba 11 iri.-n oi tj'tm -a ty
atttn k a v. . Ii no llntn- N- rk . In ihal o ut . r..li I, vill
yi..tl a IbiMi.ati'l bpitol til nil nr aty r ar t. aPi'tt
face me til m Ida pn'i ift In t' 1. vicinity, and tlta iin laver
U irvval'itiK to a lenrlul CAtnnt."
arrlwl
IIAnTI.I.Y-WA!,TON.-On lha JOth In.tmt liy tha
Ilnr. I.pn A. I nriHTi w, Mr. JHHKI'11 IIAIlll.l.r in
ailri.l lA A. V AL10.N , bolli ol tnlA eit, lUo.awara
IntlTia iilfiiAP enpy.j
IIII.ICIIAI'I.n -On luaa.tar, nrtnbar lsih t, Ika
l:,. Dr II. A loHrdmun. wll.i.iA.M II 1 1. 1. ail.lVK
I li t M. i HAl'I.N,t.auliterol hit. Wlllla.n C.iaj.a. all
01 till-- eltjr.
lliiil)-fAKI.Il.r..-On tha 19th Initant. at tha
f'liuri Ii nl ibo Ailvrnt ly fno lti-r. .lolin W. Claxttia,
Wil 1,1AM . IKliill tn MALKIK a CA.lLtLt, lulb it
l bilHilf-iilila. No card.
M'l.l' ri'iKWAHr t Lackawanna. Turanr, Ort.
4il A. I. ISM. by tha liar. K r-rliton, 1). I). (IK I II.
h I l.l- It). t. V llkiamirro. to MAKi 1., rllo.ll daugh
ter ol A'r. J. tin Hlt-taarl, til t!-r inrtnnr plaua.
MAtiAIKIK--IIIIM1WA V.-On Kllllt tUy Tolllns,
Trntl. mi-lilh, '-(nh ISt.4 al Ilia rr-tliipnra ol tha brnlpT4
fnthpr, hy Krlenn'e rt-rt monr. In the prracnen oi Mar r
IMirr. I.I)hAltl M AIIAKi.l'. tu SWtVII IV. IIIOU
W A V UaURliler ol 1 l.mnai Uliiovay. all ol thin oity.
HI KM K I.Ol Ullltll.llK. On t laDthlii.t inl, at tha
rrt".iy;rrian ( h.tri'ti, lnn o-l Iralanil by lint lt-ir. W n.
Mai I.I, Itatisti-il by Ilia liov. II. Manna, KOIIKItr
hl'LNi K. M. It. nl Ibo 1 rnty thlnl itt-nnnl Itnaii'ry,
tn ANNA HIM'I.AlK tliimlilir ol tha lalo Kar. Win.
Lnui'hrltlro, ul rnllalnliliia.
Wll.stiN - At ,-l I.N. ;t;tnbar JiUh. by Rit. f ha-loa
II 111 ,r. JOHN HII.H N In Mlan ANMK K. AtnTIN,
both ol Nowat k, (tVllniliiKtnu papnrl p 0iuncOty.)
I.K( I1TI.I, - On Ilia 4tli inaia it, at kbiltm mil, Vt, lii
Iho 4 tl yi ut nt lil, ao, J At. Oil II. 1.1. 1. 11TL, lo.nnorly
01 l'lilln icljitiln, l'a.
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roori'.lt. On tho monilncol Tnnrnrlay, Octnhor J ith.
OHl! A It VAN TAm.sK.I. tmlvao'tnl W llliam P. and l.,Ua-Ik-'Ii
II. ai.n r, In t lit- ltth vmtr til his a;o.
'I hp rt'lu-ivr-n and irif Hint or tha fttinil art InvitoJ to
attt-ntl the linit-rnl, I mm Hie rril:etn-p ul bin n:ir -ntn. No.
.In N. 'I wcnil'-ih aircot nil Sunday nlto-n inn, at 1
oYlnck. To pr- ci t tl to t'oitar lllll ( rint'tcry, r'rank orj,
KLtNAIl vN. At Cniinlrn. X. .1. on .;nln Ihi
1' 111 Inntunl .K. I I'll I). KLANAIiAN, only noa of
Itn.iert 1.. ami parali 11. I'lauutaQ, .'u Ibo l Ah year ol his
I''.
lfa n-tallvoa ant frlntidn nro nnppctfutr inrltoil 10 at
tt'inl his tlnorai, iloin tint ra-tlon-'a ul bin lalh-T, N. W.
corner nl m.-c-nil uti.l -tntp -t-optn. ou iin la ait.-rno in,
at I o'c or.. Kinifral lu Dmraail to KI.iuzor CUarcb
Ct lut-tt-rr ClirlstiMil nil-try Tlnril ittrp.tt.
Ill VL on II. i iM-nlnBol urn .lai li.at ,lu tliso,h aar
ofl or nst . H . A MN IIK1 1..
1 1n-n allvt-s ami Ir eml.H ..f the rttu-ly aro riMpoelfully
Int itctl t at t-n.i ln-r liino-a ,lnui tlm ri'-l.l.-nca uf liar m,
Mi- tv. IU 'I, No ';.'" Wtd sl;ei',on Muudiy artcrutan,
iMtb irat ,nt i l. t i.
JACK. -At Wiluilnplon, Pol., Octnhor, lith. 'sal, of
tl-nle. pueutin-bla A 1'Kl- W J At'K. In the Mill yrar
oi lila hup.
Ttir tt-liilivf-n and frlenda ol tha fiirnlly nro Invited to
attt-iid ilu tunirHl.frnin bin Int.-rrnt.icn'-r. No. 6 .IMarict
stru t. tMltmuiilon, licl., tltl.n day. October lii, at It
o'clntk A. M.
hKI.M. nti the 21-t lnt ant, MILTON rLV.tT, Infant
(ton ol William and il.irrle t Kolut, aited 1 yoar aud 28
dt.ya.
'I bp relallvoa ard Irlonfla r.f the fnmilr are remactfally
In-llc.I toult-n.i the luneral, trout tin. real lenca ol lilt
pareiila. .No. l'lno atrpttl, pin Mh t'nnb'ti N. .1. on
Hum)") atternunn. tit 'J o'clock , withont lurtbor uotica.
tl'.rll more i ni-cra please eo-y.
I.H.Alt On the mnrninenl the Slat Inatant, (ICS
't AVI Hit. 1KLAH, llttttery 11 -oeond l'enntylvan:a
lit ary Arilln.r, auu oi Ciintaia Hour l.ciar. lu too U.h
ytt.r et I I- it, e.
iv.r trit nd- m the larrlly and thomfn'b-rt ol hla Com-
finnv In lh- city, ure Invite I to atlen.l the l.tu -ra , Ir na
ii- ii:tl'er'e n sbu ik-p, No 4-17 Ltnnli-'-rd trcol.ou M-inday
attcnioon at 'I o'clock, w tboui mrtho n dlo.
le( A r ri:l.V.--n lite ith Inntant. CKU LI A
ftlct-'AKl-'l l.V in the S4tb year nl In r n.e.
'Ih - toiat vt-a and Iriendn nl the -a. .tlv aro rna f tilr
Int itrd to atten i tha lunprnl, trnni hor late rattd-nca,
Nu. 1410 S. F'-t nt atrcct, ,t:.ove Matter, oa ajnia ittor
nut n, nt S o'clock.
S.UHTI A.-On thearth lost lit. M AIlQAnET, d.vnrh
tcru. l;rldiot aud tne lute ino uas M artba, aed 3 t-ar4.
i i.n rittiviA and tripn.lt ul t iu la.nllv .re r nD-.tcttaliy
lmltid in attend the fuiinval, Irn.u tho rral.V'nort of h-ir
mi.ll.cr, 1 v.piity-li tir.li atrrat licluw Tlno. on Hunday
I out nit-un nl 1 o'clock will-oat furiher notice. Inlor-
u enl In I ell.edral Cemetery.
' NTltA'l TON. On the SUlh tnftanl, Mra. ELIZABETH
filllAiToN in ttio U'.lh y.-ul ol l.rr uire.
i Her rclnlivt-a and Iricmls. and thnno ot tho family, are
rri-rM cttui.y ilivin d tn attend the Mineral .ru n br lata
ft- litcm-e, rra-- of Nn. It.3 Vnnhorn aire t, on -nnday, tho
u! Innihi:t, nl 1 o'clock, v-lttiGiit lurtticr noti e.
1 (-MITII--OH tic l-.'tli Instant, of o.iniin received nt
: t' a buttle liM.r Wim heairr Va., I'.M'L A. N.VITII, Col .r
llcarerof fuininn A, One miiid-vd-stid-thlrly-'Itih'.h
! lutill-it-nl I'. nn. Ivania Vol'.lnltiorn In Iho yid year of
! bin I lie, rlcejil inn nl l.pnrue M. and ie atU.la Hmt li.
TM-rel t .v. a and Irli n t- ot tiie lamlly, ami ui.nn'iern Of
; lila recline ten t.ulv, ar- re-iiecllully .nviied to attend
I tlip l.ine-'i , lioni ihc rca (lencc of hla pare-ila. IH-Ksla
i i Ir ol, l.rldi -I'l'Oi t Mnllliit in. ry county, on Huuday af
ternuoii tni-'l it I: ati.iiL at 1 o'clock.
1 IT ol KK.lt. Vaa wntnnlcil, tin the llthd ly ot Aumunt,
nl tin- bntnc oi Dieo I t.tioiu. Vu .and n et on t io lith
tli-y ot the rane ninnth , lit Konrena ftlonmo. Va., Mer-
a..t .HlfV.i II M. h'I'dl Klvlt. Ol Co.inianv M. Thlr
tt milt IMitiavivaiiia Vrtt-ran CiivMl-'y, while nobly dn
ltn.::nj: II l-lli a ol Ins cuuntn , III the 3)ih T'arnf bu)
a a, ll o I t-loicil ai n oi .Inlin iiml WarKMn.t Htoikor.
VA i.-ON.-Oa the 1'JtU Instant, JAMKs W TSOS,
Beil 7" VP rft.
'll.c nilallvot nnd friend of the family! alno till m-rn-l-t-rrf
oi Kuxl orni-ii b l.n.fto N'o. 1;,A. Y. -M-.oi Min.iy-ln-.k.
an, the irfi (--nllv In itneral a-o rtiectfull ia
vlt d to atiai 6 H o lunt-r.-il, irnm Ida late ro-tl Ion o. No.
live 1 i-rtrn -titi-t Una dny, atH o'clock, lutoruieut at
1 btladolpbla I euictery.
RELIGIOUS NOTICES.
a. MOH AVIaN ClUI'tL, SIXTH AND
U - C.IU Kl Avcptif, IU-v H, S ((.M-FvlW. r
n'lT'i-w, 7- p. M Huit-ct. Moi!eri,io lirn. utr: I i
R-'. n b and Ti nUnc s
ftc M-' Trnn os thh ino of joiiha. ut
iy ri,U.I-.n V .MI'r.KI.I.. at Hl'Hl Nil 41 A It il H
It ' I.I, . V.) This Kvouiiig.
t1 .--v. I A' t'.HJK SiUKKT M. K fllURC I
Pm iK to niorr .w nt 1 a A. M. by Kor. Dr.
( J.li:AIK an i at 7 k'. M. by lite l'mto-.
t ftiX" WAONKR FltKK Ns7.TnTi: OKKriV.StTR,
j Hh l.vn KS I'H HWft, above Col urn -laavome!
I mine Fcrvlii: i-vcry Hinday mtinnntf nl H o'clo k.
I fvv, ;vi.,sn.i;N ii:iiiytk!: n church,
! Mr. W.I.IJS at hH .. A(. and 7 I. M
HPltINO O.MtDKN Ilil.L.-Mlt. JtMKHIK
l.llH V III 1. V. Itri-nnli t. ,-r.i.v mm nv
bl'KINIi tl AKHKN and Till ltrr.KM',1 .-Oroeti.
Till. III-. V.t. HO. W. (i'Oll.riV WILL 1'ltKACU
III lilt-.-oronri t uii. ri'cntio.iitl t liur.-i,. Vl.illl'l,
- nii M ni rirtt ta. ou Mibuath, ut iu, A. jl. an-1 lai
vu,. ST. I'l.K.MK.ST'S OIli'UeTlT TWhNTIlH'll
i ami fill Hi: Y xir-nta. -To-morrow bol.iir tht
' It urlh Hun-biy ol Ilia leonlli t'ia a t-r io.iu aarviee will
I be liniillt tl l.vrnl.it: acrvl-.-a at m o'rlocrt.
r v. II1.1H.INU MSTI KN I II ANI COATIi-l.-Iti-v.
A. lASSllir. ti.-iiiurrow , 0K i Itov Mr.
AM1-.S. tl ( lir.e.ti,tit Coiumldlon, ut I t. Duulul lu-iotlus
tu-ni,ht ut IS.
CI NTIt.tr. trONllRKO TIHN U. f'llttRr-,
Iti'V. W. I. IlLillUM.rO:. . 11. II . ..I Ur..,,kl,n
v ill i-r. ncii iii l.osi l.ttt' II LL, to-lawi-rotrat l-)" A.'
Al- mill 1VJ I'. M. Menu tree In all.
. I Mll.N Al. t . CillK. II. lot tir.l SlItKKT.
b. l", Areh dcS-oer 2:L - llev. I'll A Itl.t-w .1 1.1 r.
! joii.N ALI.fcs m tiiat-vanlak nt is uv'i..'" ' "
(.()I'KI.. 1A I IS TIIK liiltl-KI. Or"
Chrli-t. titl;l whut do Mluiaiara ttr -mi-Ii uii.n fi...w
irt'iii;h Ilia l.tiajii 1 01 t'tirHt." It. v.JliltN I'UA M 1II.U.-4
t.ti thla auhit-ft to--.-t.irrow at JS 1. M. C'liureh. ItUOAll
an. i &AN.-.OM Htreoti.
VAtlNKH fltl'.K-INS'i'ITI TK OK St'lKSCiK.
(l.t .M 111 A Avonuo jiiU MiVKNTI- K.I 111 .St.
I'rt:-i-l,l iir t(i-;i.t.rr.r.v HlliTIluuu, ut :li o'ciu'-k by
linv. .iamhh V. MiM'lllvLL. All cordially luvltuJ.
bulitiutb r-elioul al 'i o'elork.
ItKV. A. A. WILLI IS, I), 11., Or IIUUHKLV.V,
Nt-w Turk, ttlll iiri-,.. l. I.i iti l.'ip.i tf.t.-i.p.nu I
liunh t hutih corut-r i;t I'.ntii umi M-itlN-j tlAK
JiKS Mrn- a, tu-uiurrow at lui o'clock A il and 7i
o ih ek I'. M.
f ;?- i.i t n in: us "tuk mi.-mus and tat-
"' rat'lt-rol W oman." by U.'v. Itll ll Mill nkw
1'iN, II. Il , at ( alvary Uantiat t'liiin'li IT K 1 It str.-ct.
It'll. far, j.
tn.-r. 't niK.ldv. Oct. 33 ul tiv'cloek, I', il.
eta nt ttie tt.tor.
'1 l.'aota .. ,-
fa
m i.it A l ius oi- c i.ii'sr. Trt'LN f i: i n
i-riinil oi -i-rifn,. I) T. li MllM'K IMS SuM.ifi
-.in rno.'ii, ii'i o'cIuck. Mt KLI.V i-. ill ami Wutiti,
ulj,r(.t, ltc-l-ir.it'ou of t'i .Icw.." At A. M .,
It. riiKMlL. Wubjuct, "I'liuWiso SVo.miu.''
All Invito.,
ft-''.. r- ItltOAH HlUHCl' M. K. ClirkL'll Mitw;u
' of hl(iAI and Clllt ISTI AN 8tr iVi-: uiuj
t-nu rrow nt Ms by Ittv. ti. A. .-Hit V tM'K ; J, He:-.
1 tio.vi .M 1 1 A N A , an Indi.tn. Lum'rliMit; m(!.'tlu 3 H
r. Al. Iuti-rtHiiiiK exhibition mil Wedueidwy utuhU
IH u cl uk.
'l".., -Ys T A L L A T I U N OK ItKV. Kll WAKD
- - II ill KH aa Taaiur t.l the tVntral I 'uiir-valli.ia
t hiin:h, will tunc place at t'OM'KKT II ALL, un 1 iomI iv
rveiiini', Ort. iolli, at TH o'clntk. K.rui. n tiv Kn . tl
Kl'IK, II. D.,ot ll.iaton. Htv. Dia. lIUKf.KLINii
'ItlN and TOUH, ul Lroohlvu, will take part lu the
I'HII.AM.LI'HIA THAI ' 1 AMI MIS4liitJ
Hw.iv.lv. 'I iifi alxiv-uiktli tnnfiiit In l...l.ni- ..c
tliln Hocleiy will l Leid lu the Tuburuaolo lU'tlt
J huuh, ( ilhwNC'r. uuar i-.lKhiecn'h nvrcct. oil Hah
1".".' "V-i.liK. -;t liwi.. at 7W oVlock. Itov. 1). K.
1I , U. I,, ltev. J. W. .MKAK. Kev. W. l. COB
M I L, L L. and Uct. II. IH'HN. will tuk e part
111 mm jurci.un, t ylJe tlon Hill be laAen up to aid thu
Borlt'iy. r
IV;" VOUNU MKN'S CUKI.sriAN AS60-
elatk.n. TUereKMiiarMoiitiily Wee'ingofthe A
Rociat:. n wil le hid lo th'r room on AtONU VIT 1101.
h wt.oi yt, t 7Si f. M , to wiikh ldi are rftiDBotr uUy1
ln 1:1 d.
ir. v. cr,. I m. win UiOfWr All Kkf
Oil 1 ( II 1 LtCrstilty. WllUOn IDf U ai-iiAkl
w ho c 1 due l bualDCka In atcwdauea with u taaiidtus of
the liibla aiiuire wvalth a uwciftidr, Au C
inal, aa those who 6Mrrd iUia ta,chin.ij The
rlf U o ol oitt ern o lurve for ti e nvt year will tuke
p' Tfiwra wilboTUCVl Auaimifuu,ut4 wuvl i by au
IllCltUt UiiUs 10 all ..t
J ATliHT MlVi:iiTV.
"CONTINENTAL HAT,"
itiu
LADIl'H AM) II-HI:H.
WOOD & CARY,
No. 75 OHl'-SNUT KTKKKT.
r.B.-OIS Vahet DonnaH made or or. Felt 11 at and
Bonncta re.basd.
WOOD & OAKY.
asp
Mo. 73
CBKSNUI
BTIIV ET.
fiOITlNOH AM ANI SWISS
I i AGIOS,
New NlylMt.
WIN1X)W SITADES,: No. 7 a a
NEW HTVI.Kf), TCELTT
hbw ooloksi oAERmaros oo.
AT Ttia
MAlMIKACTUltER. I CURSHUT STRKKT.
No. 7'43
riANO COVKRS,
I AnCESP STOCK IW TIIK OITT,
AT LOW PRICES.
C1IKSNUT
rTltKKT.
fll COUJEtTliET & WILLITW.
"TNo.. 1 4 and 10 S. HEVENTII Btrout,
rillLMlKI.l'HIA.
Manuraettireit or
BEAUTIFUL
COTTAGE FUHNITUHK,
And the only r liable made In thai city.
Alao, llnfnc-loom Fnynllure and ltoddtnit, comitaiitlf
on band. O-lD-uuln-ira
BUSINESS ITEMS.
ftHrfrnltiM In ( lotliluff.
I.nrfc'fcing in lothlnc.
lUrnli'B In Cloihihff.
iSMtga iu ciui lag.
At ( tKAN VI M.K STOKK' Old StftU t.
At (lltANVII.LK Htdkkh' O li Hi nnd.
Ai UitANVlLLH liTUKItS' 0.U tilAUtl.
No. f-Ort f hrniiut f-trcet.
No, rtie-iiut atr-f t.
o i'J i) i he n 11 irpi I.
Mo. CO!) Cr.cMiut Hiruot.
J4I'N
MAllKKT.
j Mrs-
J NKr'
.IONI-K
jr.M'.s-
.1 K I- fi
4 loihlnic IS. for. NavouUi aud
cnnifT Bovc'ith
o-n-ei Hfv.tnih
c- n r evi!.li
corner NuvoU'tl
coriM-r H" KTih
rorinT scvitn'tj
coi f er Hf umli
oritur St'Vfiitli
c rtuT .StjVHii h
rortrrr H.-vtsn'h
ror-n-r Sovcutli
Coriitfr St v-n h
And Urkf.
and .inrKi't.
tKl Maik-'t.
ami Mirkttt.
and Ma kt-t.
Mini VrMrktt.
ft lit VlMlkOt.
toil litr
tui l Firk-it.
and arkt.
!Othli K H.
I lllll it. H
f lot "liif. 8.
(')'.t' lfikt,
I'd.tl luff. H
( lotMI'K H
I' lliirf, H.
Ciol.HIlL', i
J'NKK'
l.N'
I U Ih'i K
(' iihti'K.
(' Ot 'I'll. H.
I'l'-hinii, H,
rii.tiiiiL. m
JONrr
t'OKKH .14'NhH
,MS KS
all 1 KM"
. C-'1 1 t'f HoVlMitli
1'ornpr fti-vfitih
101 nir Hovfii'h
nT Ht-vrntf
cot nrr H.'v.'iilh
0 tner UuVfUtU
MHO M-ktt'.
and Wn Lot.
r.d MMTtiot.
aiil Mnrki-L
NIXl 'alkft.
A!.d Market.
( 1'Mhiri; H.
iK-M'M'
I'. Hi UK, H.
tH ' v M H
( MMtirf. H
ItuNptxrry HlnvM Npni'Wliiair
VtlNKl
. linnT 1KLK'I0U8 I'RINK,
IKf IT,
ftr bA e by
TlAVIJ) .V l.li:).AI!T)4,
Aifif AttU laarii dntur.TS,
J,M,ECTRICITY,
LOOK AND LIVE A WOUD TO TIIE VTI8R 18
b.l'lKIClKN'l I
All Ol'faht-o condition, both a onto and chroulo, wliore
Ci' re U MUl'ty onuuttU hit to if net, ari ertnaiienIj
cand. by n rsntof, at No I-0 WAl.NUT ritrtwi. I'hllh.
deiliMit. untl 111 CAk( ol a fuiluio 'nmmit obillnatoiualaaJlui
nu fliarn? It mftde. KUvtrlcui limtltiition, 08tAlUhMl
about fle )eiira at,o by l'rt'(tior UOLLK. Ruad Uie
following : -
A i ot maladies prevails to a frarful exu-nt In eoia-
iLiiniiith, dot in Ink- I') Ono jouth, of thjtli bv. aiinoall
tu yi uniljr ttravo. Tlieuo dlM'tita are verj lmp3rlccily
unticn.t( od. Thlr uxtcniHl murlfoiiiaconi or iiupt.wn
arr tt rvi u. 1. U'liiy, ri lamtU.n, aud Kreat eatiatution.
DiaiaisuiiKi, or waiitmK and conKUinptlon of tbe tunuea of
tlio v-iM'ii- toil) , dhortncioi of broatliliiK, or Wo btirrlud
tr(-uOiiig on utociid'nK ft hill or flight of atalri, palnltatlun
of Uie litiri, AHthina, bronchitis, aud a dry, anre throat,
trrmhliiiK and hlln,j of ttie ann and lower llnihi,
aveiaioii to aocloty, biikjlnraa, a nil to atuUv : aometluiea
dliiinexk of Uie ijtiilht, losa of memory, dlzatnaai of
the licul, mtiaiyla, j-mn In vnrious parti of tha
botii, I'atu In tbe back and lower lluiua, lunibii&o. dy-
p petit, ciiiutipatli 11 of the bo i ts, dtrraiiped aocraUuna of
tlir Itidnryit, and many other flaudi of the body, iro
duch u virulent iinoacit Intiotli male ami finiAlm ; llke
v l lUny, hU)ria. and tluicrt ut lurnu of nurvous
bjiaknig. hoA.thtMi, pinot -itlMe eairi out of evcThua
dud ui All the HiKve numi'(l di'n-ei, and a lioit ofutheri
not iiitinthl, uh conMiuiion of thpltnif;i,or of thesjdual
ntn tog, l av tb-lr orttyln In the pelvic vtncora, heneo the
want of utttjur-i bj any ul tl.e old inudtual iy uUijis of
practice.
DISKAHKS OK FKM Vl-RH.
rn!ittiii Utto-I, l.i iu'oirlMi a. AUAi-aoirno'it, and Iyi
n.fooi ilitvfc AH f atsivo iiMmiiti-t. niitl ot'ivr liMrlna
C' toooiiU havi- Uittlr uriat'n In a l- tta oi Uie vUl powr o
ihf iOy Uroulu on by liiiure, eoci.ini, dwitiry
huhitt, it-riiiail atuira,atortli)iilMiitl Uie u ol oiikvartiil
u..'iltt'iitt. Hon. e i f itiu 1 vciihttr t.. inpiouia uru (IrticxiitK
paiiiii tiiioit(.ti ihc li'ti and ia'k, wtriktifmM ul iii Hints
and t-xiritijf lmu'iior and 0 tl I t thro-iirhMU ttiu entird
hwifin int) tMifuu i1ouihhi iroui IOC- troiili.jMite
n)Miit(ii ar aiioost iiMiitntiiiinoaiv. Uoimnmpilon, Dt -
p'1-.i. t'uiaia-ia, IMniiy.!, lfnrnitnt HlinoneiH, Kitu,
and liD-m lty. Hnu Lvi:ti Itin.ry, aru Hot nnv:i runoii.
No uHet-niAl or ifilitlild riineiy ha ver tmt'ii fnitnl for
Ih'-iki' ttia'tiiin comt.Uinftj till otir lutt fi,(-ovttry In ini uie
ui r ii'rirti;ii in im- a'.'cor.ni cu wan inti pttinvo and
nt native iM-iarumii'ii ot ttm 1 trnu. tlruana. Wc nv-p
full III uuriiiif wll ot the ahove di:itiM, t:ctitit In casie of
orn jii.c ii-riuik''nif nt. or re Minifies of the naiu.
Mr- Fulton, a lady 01 reai tsxj'enwue and ahUUy, will
OfcVf eutir' 'iiarK 01 treating 111 ilv mdl avpaxtmuut,
t'onitultatioi) fn o.
1'ltOF. C. M. ItOlj.f. Lecturer,
rnv.si. I ANS.
W. B.lirowr.M.Ii., 1. ShedU, M- D.,a.AV. Hcckwlth
M.I'.
Atlli-s (.11 letter to lir. W. J). UltOW.V, NTo. 120
T aj.n L I .Siivc:, 1'iiiladi van. lu 4-:ut
IttiritlHr Alarm iVIoirrnpTi Tlio IMiMm
(in-iiiiui ui:ii iiutt 1 imvf Miocft J-tt
In obtlnli.' tif u :'iifv of tlni V .iii
ablo liivtu ion for thu city mi-'
1 ,
Viclnlly. It ih o)ttr.ieJ byt'lt :irl
clty.ilm a ann- h ull ithT telfcrsvoh
rnly I In' m Irt-n arc n t vlnihle Ki h
t window and door il un operator. It
In Introduced whhout U.-f&' ihk the
tiouHM in itoi loiiit. A biiriir inist
i let ranh 10 yonr room ; lie cuuuot uvoiu it. lu au yvnn
iiii-rleure in Now nrk it lias not tam-d. If It li au
,tct 10 pi otert, beonl a douht, the window and d Kru of
jour ho uie. il can be uoue. ittu ana ko it.
JOHN . MI'IIPIIKIT,
Ko. 9; S CilKSM'T tilttvU
IMaiioh!
1'Ihuon!
fiTi.f K A CO 8
MASON
CAUINfc.T
tilt. A Mi.
UKCKiiUi BJ108
MASON
t
HAMI.IN'8
CAIIIM'.T
OltCiAI.
PIAVOS.
j. t. ooin.D,
Seventh and Obaaaut ilreeU.
WANAMAKER & DROWN, I
A. li 1
I WILIs OUT, MY
i; N T I U K HTOO IC C) K
LACE CURTAINS
AT KOKTr I'KR Tr.NT.
,KHH Til A. JS OOHT
OK IMI'dKTATIOM.
I. E. WALRAVEN,
fllTCi KHSOR TO W. a CAKKTL,
MAhONIO IIAII,
Ho. 719 OIIEBinJT Street,
JjlLLII'S CHILLI D-IKON S&rE
bTilX UlR olAnh OK TUK RITLATION.
rJ lio ICiicin y Dure IVot Attaolc.
liTTHK RUIK
Art F1 AIU.IHHKD IN THECOl'EOF H00B,
lit ML-HT UK TliONOUNCKD ".NO (IKNTLJCMaK.
TO TIIK PU1U.TO.
WrotlcelntherhllHdolphlatJtu;irLln'of the 10th an4
lltii li'nt.,aiTl other newpRperi of later date, an article
leadrd "Philade lphia anaJnit tiie Wor d." and although
wfilt' ut jlcnrt'jre, fwfny, ita Jnttt stnt'-ment,, ami
iVfi l.ny'iMh rlearly tetAtllb Its patcrnily Da id Kvaun,
thoi ait the nun.
Wt tindtrMand the rule to be, ai (-ttaiilMied In thn code
of lior.oi, that the nian who ?a.M down the (;uAi:nnr tunkei
U el.Alien . If taki n up or accp cd bj his oppoiioit.U
bound to inn'l Mm li"iiorbl nnd f.iirly, or ev r Atr tJ
be pn P(unct d no tenilt nun, and to be rnnsld' r'il an nn
woi by vt noti . I ho writer haH voliintnrtly plartd hlm
fli 111 jii-t tht portion, and wo now my Hint lie Is en
tirely teiu-ath our nolle, aud w e ronounco hlin "no
Klrm. lie Ft ate. 1 that Llllle'a f-nfc was neither fire nor
burttlHr-prnof. Hteoiul Ilv ehtillcfii.ed anybody t tcbt
t:ioi St WaiMin' Safe w ith Llliio'.H.at lite ain(t t mi
(tautif Low lit- should open 1,1 II u , hh he nftlit, to thou nit
4 tcrHy, 'jl.lrd, lie atu'ed l.o could open Any of l.ld.e'e
ha.ia In tite lu two hoUre, pciif.-liii,' a number ot Hank
sSa'ch. ai d otliern.
We have publicly accepted all thcio propoaitloni fairly
and itijui.iol on hm own terms, (lit oitdl-.loiiH bcins ciiiul
a a Itre-proof, and givlny Imn ono-tiulf moro thn ho
aked.or than wc arked to open Kai n X Wntton'), be
ld( S r-ntihiK lo place any amount up to $:. -Oal a forfei
ture HrVli-st a tike Hiiiomit, ab he nilyt t diet. Thin I not
al' ; we have catli d upon him tn t nt Mllie't 8area entirely
at our rink, mcrdy to try Mt ti'tccnti and Aoc.it in
niaklit( his atatdui iiIb; but he neither cor-.q fo-ward
Uko an hone)t man to prue he aMteitiona by a t"4t,nor
ha lie rendu any response to any of our propoiltlnon,
1 lureh ie, wo hm e the right to a h li ''no genttman'
h) ilit ru e. and w ere it not for H e lale tittitctncutiin the
aiticle rt-femd to, we sh jiild now paM Mm bv unnoticed.
Thl article ahyh in ubntance Kvana A Waiit n have
roceh ed Ullie'e ml Iron Humbug fn-in a hank at Mllford;
that It had Wen r.bued; tlmt It eo-t '"0; tlutt It ni
HiiaTatitecd Lillle att lUnk bafv ; and calls upnbaiikon
and other 1 to examine It, etc.
Hiin Falc whi a No. 4 Merciintllo Pufe, and not a Rank
Hate at ull. The ca-h price At the time It was anhl was
f .'TO Ibo hafe w a eold ii)n.e four yearn ulnCi- py atrarel
up uent to a man who ttavn bin no 0 at four months lor
$0it, which note he haa never paid, and the Prcl'lout
row haj a thla man mm the neut of the bank to buy thj
ftUe. Ihe purchufcr knew It wai Dot a Hank Safe, and
did net buy it at such, and tho President oiikMIo know it ;
for a hort time before (lie purclinne he called on the agent
at rhiiadt lj hla, and wai ihown bth Mercautl'o and Hank
haftn.atid waa ollered a regular Hank Safe, two Inches
tldrk, and much laror than tbe one purchaaud for $ l.V),
ten 1 ere nt off. how, If the hank paid thoir aKent00,
supponiiig It to be a Hank Safe, they were both iivjcrf aud
jtrtuWoo', w bile wo weio only swindled. As to the rub
b ry. it Is a tact well uu leibtood and admittext in AlilfjrJ,
thnt three s iei tilH' burslars wotked on that Hfi dii'lng
Satuiday tuttht and ISuuday up to about 10 o'clock
P.M., to strtrd a hole through tho door in liont of t in lock
(the only practic.ib'.e w-a; t.opcr-4te on Ullic'a Hub ). A
I iece of tne dtor ueartiio lo k wan aftnrivardit trknl b the
btstiuirrai.lc in Milfo-d with an upright drill, and pro
tioui.c d iau-oi:glil,) drill briiT (tliii plvco cf the door can
be seen at Mo. il 8 SKY K SMI Rtroal). Tho director
and nicer of the hank admitted tho d or to bj all that
li a titd be for Ita thickness, bu. Iho President wanted a
Ko, It National linnk Hao, worth 1,001), In exclnuife even
fi r tho old one, saying that David Evans had been to Mil
lord iiiid had oft red to c.clmno tven for Evan k Wut
soti'slUuk hiifo, fur which thy atktid abmt the same
price, and a four auont decMned le accopt tuat liberal pro
position, the b-uik took Evans It Watson', supposlriK, we
pi rhiirut', their sorurlt) to b IncrenHcd. and lu t .Is re
spict tiie) are ab d y duped, or more so now, thai thoy
weie by the ate t .n the tlrat Instance
Ahtuthe e3.aroJi.aMon of thin Hai'o. wo join with iho
writer, and fi'(tuukt ull Into csted iu Sates to look ut the
Lttrdnet-a of the lnn in the door Out was ground through,
Its thkkncHS nnd solidity, as compared with a dourof
.vat:k A W a; son's Men-ttntile Hule, which In sold at about
the same pi ice, I satno rlzo, aii'i olleitil 11s a fuititlt nto,
isext.lf you Ul cull on our AKOtu.Ko. 21 d.nKVtsni
Mieet,ou cau sco Et;us Si VVaio-n Sat1iibt was
opened by one of the iCrbc's ut tieit :.hi(;, with an old
axe, h) cutting cut a top pttn !lnles ti un live talimtcs,
androbbtd. Ihei.lljou Mill 1.0 t Mr JOHN (). WIL
LIAM S. No 108 8. KOI ..Til Struct (.'orvcyaneorooU can
ace Evmui & U'atsoi.'s Nu. .S Snte, pr.ee JilO, tiiit has
Jti't been opuneu b a tiencaii lock.-'iuilh la about tfiuy
Iiilntt4h,b dnldiig a mail hoh- ihtitih thu door,iii front
ot Uie loek, bicakiiig a thiu ehilU-d-lron plttte bet ween the
door and lock, and by dlsHrranyinn a huiall portion of thu
lock th-Uoorwfls oiei.fd witli ut powdcr.and In a way
entirely practicsl for u burglar. AtttT these oxamluations.
we tb nh ou will be fill y pn p.ired to appreciuie the dlf
fertnee betwi en a Hafe lht tuk on th.ee selentlilc bur
glars tkir.y b un to nptu, ilng pouUr ut thu'.nnda
Hate Uat takts one uinn abjut tweusj minutes tu open
w ithout noe or pow der.
We ro not ssy that a hob cannot b-i got tlirouli c'lliltd
iron, but wt d.j say tt is mre dillh ult, and taks longer to
grtcd a hole throutih ehtricd i-on an any other mmU now
In life. We say further, that there never has buen a two
luch 1 a 1 1 k Hate rubbed aiude undr IjUIic's patent. At the
same tlae c a Uuit that the 1 luc-u Mercantile Kal'o may
bo ground through, gUiOK scieulitle lurUra thirty to
tliit-hlK hours to do it. We ny, al.i, that two h'iurs Is
an abuutlaiictt ot time lo mat Into the rest c jo.uioit )tank
Halt' ma do on the principle ot Liane A W'attou', with
plates ilveted toteiht r ; that tiie otiti r and inner duors can
be dis-ec.od axd taken apart lu h ss Uuiu thuu that uvea,
Wu will say fnrlher, ihut we will lurnNh a duplicate of
the Na: opeixd at Mlltnrd, if auv responsible man, vrho la
"a 'jvntfittian,' turuish one ofilviit.s & Watnon's best
ltank 8nfe now in use, eren the unulUrul.ikcd the Ml Word
Hank; aud wc wl 1 put up a y repeLth uiu against an
t-tjuul amouiit, that two iu; atialloptu lc Kvjiu A Yt
son Sale tooiitT.u'id iu iwhj pracilcal fir tiie burxLtr,
than an; iwj Qit-u c in rUx a l.olc ihrouli Milio's .Said In
I I out ol the lock, which is tho only pructicul way to open
It, aiid thi" j only 1 S in ii thick, whilo our nunk Satos
htivi.' lour 10 six ii.elies lu ttili.kn -, iH:ludiug liisldu
hi.rhtri.
Ong word ruon'.-Ii'lhe Bttuk of Mllford han pimhascd
the Hank iSate, w hieh whs offered tho i'rosideut i'jrtO
cAi-h, ih robbery would undoubttiUy have bevn pre
vented. The attempt to rub tho West rhUauelphia Trust
Fund, which had the same size bank Nate, pmbably by
some or all of tho same parties, aud the t-otire failure,
under the sjxmc fa vo ruble circuniitam e for the. burglars,
proves this rnont conclutlvely. Ono other fuct It may be
piui-er lo notice. 1 he public h.ivu so mactt conu Ji-jue In
J-llljf's hui'e ihut even baukur hu. 0 pihchued the com
inon 0ir.ee Male, uud have beeu lu the habit of leaving it
itiu in- from Huturdiiy to Monduy iu a elote oillce with
lurfe. iiiuoimts, while it bus been alinu.il hv universal
Liixn tn wllb bankers not to trust the common bet lUuk
Bate w lihout a watcliman; ami even with this preciutlon
rubbtries aro constun!. As wj s.:id In a pr lous article
we say now, to convince iutelligtul men, Uiat 1-11 to
inehshect iron Is asKoyda 1 u.tecUon against either tiro
or bursary as li ty '1 inch ihllled Iron: the writer has
got a hunt r ad lo travel, and the greater his eilyiisthe
rou-jht i- he w ill dnd ihe road.
1EWIS LII.L1B 4 Saifl.
M. C. 8 AHI.EK, AKent,
Ko. 2ll4.fiEVNill tfUeet.
f CiKHMANTOWN 13AKGAIN, IF SOLD
itakthis tali. 1
Stone rough-cast ItEBIDENrE, situate on tlreen.
Hear JohnMiu oUeet; undei drulnaKU.
Hionc Htiibir, li.'c ioiit'.and every couveu'eucs.
I.ot :.'.6 leet froBt by lit; ic. t.
w nl sUi with a purl of Uie Lot.
'lerius accouiruuiistiuu,
ln ,ulrf un thv proiiiUvs.
A. RICUAUDftOV.
FINE CLOTHING,
KSTATK. RRAL ESTATE.
IIRAI. B1TA1K. Hf. AJ. KHTATK.
IIKAL r.STATK. RBAL R-tTATB.
M!W MONTHLY I ATAt-Ottl'K JlT OOT.
MW WCN11ILT tMTAIOJOIt JUST Ot'T.
HBW MtiTHI r CATAI.O tt:B JHHT OUT.
f-OK l.KATOITlltlB IHrtTRIBUTlOK.
KR OIIATlHTtH'H lilMTRIIUITlOH.
rtK OktTI'l TOUH IiIHIltllll Tl )N.
I:(iTAINH 'Vut0 UOHTII.
CyNTAia.it ..OiJi,nno W0S.TII.
CO.'-IAIN ...0',tfO WDHTH.
GI'Oll KAL!'. NO l'KKSON WlSIIINaTO
rtirtbnaa Itral Kita'a, ol'.har far tM-cnpanaj or In.
-t-ftrraar! , ali.rtn'tl not fall In itm rn? "a atopo-. Always
ot ( htmdrttl Pa t-':iri-- Of, 1 suit, if wr Irti, in ra.a of pttr
eha.t, Imratdla-t- i-itH- .tinn t a- l had, or tarjr :Kin.
t.r.t It'll. '. Mil I. It,
l:ra' l ala'a H'otar,
fn I I M HlXTIl 8lte:.
Oniff hrra. from 7 A. M lll-l". Hi I". M .
f-f TO It I', A I. FSTAT K O WN'V.US.
I'artira dt atrmi. of illal-.fclnlr of Itt-al Katato (tilca.ty
nan find tho. art bt'-l llrt rlaaa Itivl Kslnta Amtcrln
thia rlir.l callinat-n tll'.'ll"lK 11. Mtl.LK.lt, Nil. Ul H.
kll T1I Mu-i tt. No Ofraaliin l aanlifli-e pn.ptirt y at ptl'.lic
.alt-.
ffi FOR RAI.K. HI'I.RXDID F1IIST-CI.VS3
aict-jarl lirt-lilii. an horrntt, atmra HaionwDo-t
s'ra-t. I.ot VI f 'tt front hj III) fvtdc. Pries II I.W0
Irt.mt - la f - ai-ii-l-in.
Na.t Hwtlllra; (now ampin. No. 715 Prawn alraat,
twolrt roonia. I nt La ay Mf t. l'rtc ti0.
I l.aani iiwa'llni M.t.uli atilri. Nm. 7"H and 710 Itroirn
Blnst. l.-.li- IS t,y hi. fa. t. Krl- r Hd-ol.
nfl'I.KMlll) 8IDH-YARD DWl'.LI.IVU,
ra-1 alda nf Kri-lillin att..it, ahoro Pt'P Ar. Twulra
rn-ota. 1'rica f'.l.iKO.
Vary siiwil r b .111 lw lllni, Hat sh of I'ranlllU
a'raft, ni.rlh of Pt jilar. Twilte rrtuma. 1'rlco ftlli.tiol.
F 'lir a!rcant aHayartf llwal liina, nn rrfti-t-ntb atroat,
atw-rr- Onfurd. Ltrta U b 1U0 ft-at. Twelra roiini. ITIca
J- (ax a, rb.
fii T11RKK 2XKGANT DWEI.LINQ3 OX
1 l'.,-owt. alrnt, wcat i f Hlvtranlh. iMuhla fiont tl-wri
nd v hit- I al s L-tta la ht !ki la a itrrat. I'rirs f '.'-on each.
Klrrt-cU.a larira dt.nblt; Mantloo on t'haamit atrt---t Haa
larir aide yard, and lot lis ft-i-t dotip to . atraot. bUtocn
rg on. I'lloo $l,l"XI.
Vary mat liw-aiini;, north it.la of Wtlltea, wait of
Twtalirtt straot. 1 ari.lra rooms. Lot W by bi. Prlte
Inintorllate poaaras'on.
fif bl'l.KNIHUl.Y llLir.T BROWN STOXB
f.ijifrt.t-l lit oiling on Hpruce atrt-ot, wa st of .aarentt-onth.
I'li.-a WiWO.
Eiri-ant ftttr-atory Iiwollinic, on Via. atraat, wi-stof
f.i-vet-nntli, marhla ! tl a Oral aturjr. lol 'll j 1 1
fi-t-t to a klrrt.t. l'nca Io,.'MJ0.
Vt-ry cctiili-itt fiiir-ffl.i br.twn atone front Darot.lns on
Wait l.ocan atiuaro. l'llce Hfl,fFiO.
ats, NKAT DWKLLINO, WITH b)V. OX
tiif. An li atrn t, wtii orTwont llrst. Konr story Lot H
bj-lVafi-ct. rilrc$'K.
Will-lull', nt-ai r.tur-atorr UwNIln,, Ko. ITliH Itaoa
s n-c-t. Hfti'iin ntiim. Lot tl bj 10 fi-at. I'rlc t t.aJ.
Iinmatllattj pt-atrsltn.
Vrry iHttiuUfulljr loratad tlirfc-quartcr Dwellluit, Na.
IdiO Cnnilnrr atrwtt. Ixt andliulMlnm '.n faat fr.nl ; dapih
111 ft'o: t-HiTina slrtft. rilrrllltil. I'oaacaal'io -liven.
ffi VhRY K LEG A NT, HELlGHTFOLIiY
-lcratid liwolllni;, aouth side of llrcen llrcrt, woat of
Twenly tidrd. Twolvan-oru. ltt W fcy 117. 1'rlcalulX).
I'osacaa'.on alTi-n-
Kt-at KwalHnj. Kit. J.l H. Tnalftli a'.rart Price t Q3.
To s- o It t all any dny at !1 o'clit'k. Now empty.
Gplrndltl nianaiuit, north alilo of Oreen atraot, wast of
Twt'tity.iPcoiid. Lot 4w by 170 ftot tlattp. Prloo $1.,UOO.
Now en.ply.
f NKAT DWELLINGS, HOUTK 8IDE OF
lini.ritmlarOinln.tit,woat of Thlrtat nth. Krlto fstaio
and. 4, -'Ol.
Elra:ant maililt- front ahla-yard DwoIIIhk, 1011th ildnol
tlrcan atrt't-t. wra' of rifltMtntti, first h )ue east or tho
clmrrli. Filcc tll.htO. oar imply.
. Bplctitlid now Dvti Ulnp, lonth sidaofContas strcnt, wct
Ol Mnfloentli. Prtoi t'a'.0O. Kowrinply.
0 TWO NKAT THREE STORY DWELT..
tuB, Twantlt th strot'l, ahoa Coatee, having tltrte.
atory tacit bulld'nrs. I.ot In hy loo. Prlt-e 'iuilatli.
Three aplondldly built new aldo-yard llrrnllinca, south
aldrufOii en tlrart, neat of NUictccntli. I'lk-i- $K)0.
ImmrOlato poraeaslr-n.
An offar U wanted for tlio property No. 118 Raoc at sot.
Lot IC h Mi.
an KEAT DWELLINO, No. 1214 MOUNT
Jsi Vemnnatrtfl. Twelvrroora. I.ot ID by 90. TriceWKIO.
Sf.rrand Dwelling, No. II K raHowalll atroat. Lot 1G
by 11 feet to a street. Price li-l.'-O cloar.
Neat lino' Hits. oat side of Krankliu.ahova Poplar twelve
rooms. I'rloe ICWO, elear.
Vrrj exrtllent Huainc.s Stand, Ho. 11!) Arch atroot, thrt-o
atorlcti all Uirou.h. Lot 17 by 101 foot deep. Price '1700.
Mow enit'ty.
ak ELEGANT DWELLING ON ELEVENTH
i-ialiect south of Mdan. Iirown stotin trtnimlitgs au.l
niasth trout. Lot l; by !"i. Price $a-XK).
Vt-rv mrerior bitl't litvi iii-m Nn. 81a N. Truth etrcat,
tv. e vo r.Kiln. Lot 17 hy riO f.-tt deep to a street. Prlos
(tlTIO. rlrar. Iinuiedittlo lamae.-slon.
Rplt rdld lluhlnebfl Hiand. N .K. comer of Hlxtlt and Ilut
tcliwotid atrt-cta. L'it 20 t-y 110 foet. Three stories all
thioiil-ti. Prlcti $,-01.0 Oi.ly $.10011 wat.tod.
EXCELLENT KAIiERY, NO. 329 S.
Jaiii Third street. Trlct-:000.
Neat Hwrlllnt'. No. 767 . Slxtenilli streat. Price $1010.
Kent six-routed Iw('!ltn:.',Ni. 7C9 Maxtor atrrxt. I'cloo
Jin ti, clei r. Vt 1 low Indtetl.
Vt i oxorll. nl Hvtollluf;. No.1012 Lomltaril strc"t. l'rloo
$j;7a', clear, l'os.csii.in nitcii.
m NEAT, .WELI.-llUILT DWELLINO,
"Ko. 410 York atnot, Konalnglun. Plice 'KW; subject
to $7r- Rrotinu-rent,
Neat alx-rormrd Dwelling, east sldo of Quince street,
fcrond door below Walnut. ((Juiuco atroat is wen of
Kleveiith.) Price $00.cleur.
Neat slRht-roomiil Iiwrllliiy. south slJoof rirowti street.
est ot Judtoii; lot It b 03. 1'ike $ Ml; subject to $C0
ground-rout. OKUltUE C. MIM.UIt,
No. Ui H. 81TH Mtroot.
Cull, or sen J for New Monthly Cain onus.
ff LARGE DWELLING, NORTH SIDE OF
Ji-iAirti Mi eel, aaat of Bixtli it-cot. Won d mae a
a I k-lidld tloro. Lot 25 by 2S- feat deep to (Micrry alroct,
wltt excellent tfb;c and coach-h.-uat-ou (bat frout. I'rioo
$'2'.,iC0. Pok-aakli n Iven Iii C Cays.
Urent Sacrirlco Three flve-roomed dweltinjrs, on Par
ker street (Konslnttin. near rniDklord road). Lot 40 by
TO. Price I'.'.WO, e'ear for all.
f NEAT ELIGIBLY LOCATED DWELL-Ja-l
liiC No. 4111 N. Twelfth atieoti lot 21 foot frout.
Imine.'iatc po.st ..ion.
Imireillato poaaeavlon. aleuunt aldo.yard DwelUug.
Franklin street, ahove I'tmlnr. Price $11,010.
MiMint Mortah Cvmatory l'wo sploudld Lots at a saorl
ftce posltivoly.
On Odd Fellows' I'cmelery Lot, $rj). JIILLKtl.
No 1.-4 N. SIXTH Hlraxt.
Call or si nd fi r Ncn Mi.ntlil.t t'ntal ijua.
m FOR SALE GREAT SACRIEICE.-SIX-I-irooioad
Dwellinit. No. 71 Jellorsoa atroat, $1700,
clear, llsrcain, piuliivt-ly, ImeUIng Ho. lt. Citron
etreat. Lot Hi by Co. with Iwu.e nu roir. $H). eletr.
Store and Uwa lion, No. 2.111 Ca'ljwtiUl straot. Lot 1 by
DO. $i:0. neshiea hnndr.'ds of r.tlior bamalns.
Call or send ibr new tuoutlily cutuloue.
fft FOR SALE. NEAT TWELVK-ROOMKD
Iiw. ll ng, No. !).'0 N. fteventh street. Lot 13 by 1)9
Prlo $40.
KHisihly located Rtora and lrelllt(. No. IM N. Sixth
street. Lit neArtv liio ft-et tloo j to a arraet. Prloa $'1M)0.
Itcsldca bundrads ofo'berpropertlei.
liKDKDB C. MILLKtt.
Mo. 1M N. 8IXTU Straot.
f GREAT SACRIFICES. EXCELLENT
Ua-elliiu-. Ko. IU2 N. Front til tut. Lot 20 bj 83.
I'tlea$fo.
Kxeellant Itakeiy, No. KaO I. awn. nee street, and No. VA
Orcliaid street, lu tho rear. Price $ IGOO vlear.
Ni-aily new scvaD-ruorusd Ilwellluir, No. 816 Taskar
street. LotlCbjliO. Pi Ic s $M cleur.
Neat new dwolliu, No. l.M) Mcn-uio strvat ; lot 10 by a1).
Price tl'.'OO clear. Now cluiity.
SIX-ROOMED DWELLIXG, NO. 719
-SaJefTerson street. Price $l'-a) clear.
Neat excellent Dwelling, Marshall street, above Parrt.ti.
Price $&oV. Kliiht rooms.
Neat ilx-ruouiitl Dwelling, No.210-5 Wluter stre: t. Lot
11 ly li ft-. I. l'rlte Jl'.CO.
Neut leviii'ioonu-tl lltvelllnu, No. 15111 Wo-.d stieot.
Lot 11 by Mllio'. I'nco $17110.
m VOH SALE, ELEGANT, ENTIRELY
tNtiw IiwellinKa, No. 1 ail, 1:01. 1 a. ll..l, mi, i.-'-.':l,
l-iJU, and 1U27 y. Twelfth atreut All three atory frost, and
liAtlnK lara'e Uirto-.tery douhle back buildtus, with all
ti e modern inii-rovainenl In InT Prices i .7J0 to MX).
l)t 17 feet 6 Uichta by H7 ftel deep.
Also, the first lour new propertlaa on the. north side of
ThompaOil strt-at, ca.t of Twtailti, ono uf u hkh la a S'.ora
and liwellliif. Ixits 17 led tl untie, hy t-0 i.ot deep, l'rlce
$ I.Kiv eacb
llroad atrcot, south oi Oxford, went side, are four neat
tour-atory, nsw side urd liwtUiuus. Price IJ.l")U each,
llrosd straot, loqih of Oxford, wast aids, ar two neat
four-story Uwelllutis, having Plctou stone front up to tho
urstslorr. Lots 20 f. ot frout by 200 feet deep to a street.
Price $10 000 each $7ito can remain.
liesitlea mlU'ons of d..Urs' worth of other property.
Evsry ieistm wlshlru; to piirehsse Keal Kstaia should call
at once. Call or send for New Monthly Caulcguo.
OK01K1K ('. MILLER,
Practical Real Kitale Operator,
No.l.'iN.lXrU8tret.
REDUCED PRICES,
nnv. AI. F.ST ATS ! RRAL RSTATBt
RRAL KHTATK. RRAL R STATU.
HICAL KttTATB. RRAL R1TATSL
FARMS. FARMS. FaKMI.
i- fAl,.V -4. rAKM,4. FAR Hi.
FARaJM. FARM. rRH.
n
FOR f ALR. FIRHT-CI.ASS FARV
ore setrs, only tna mile from Wail Caoiu-r.
Very s , r:or Improvement. Price ,fijo. Mint bo
at en to b.- alivrerlitted.
Vtry supetlor Farm of fO aera. jutt outilda of tho kw
otiau hralla of Wr-l ('holer. F ,ne larva Mantlon. Mara.
Ac. A hn. 1 land I'rU-a $11,001.
V cry excel 'cr.t Farm of 'aft acre t i has nn Impmvs'nonls.
hut a nttini er of clio ee huh.iinj lots i only one mile freai
Wralf 'heater, rr'ro $js per acre.
ft MAT FARM OF 125 ACRES, N R VR
aetno loralily a the aWve. I'rica $Lso par arm,
Mr I ra'a Faun of Kt acre, three mitt frutn VTe4
f 1. eater: f.aa littprovenieiith, and on a p-.i'.Uc roa4 Prlo
$Hf per a.-rn.
Vwy e-.rell.-nt l arra of IM aarea, only lt( mile
firm a t..tt. n en the 1'entiaylv.irjiaCeutral tarrosd, all .a?i
Iwtttly nuloa Iroiu Ui.. city; hat n-iod loiprureuiaau, aetr
barn, Ac, Price $ Hi per ucre.
fCi hlil'ERIGR FARM OF lf.7 ACRiMj
-arat tate lanil, and splen ld Improvemen'a : rua'eal
In IMa Iboroiurh lownahlp. Cheater fo.nty, ab -lit twenty
two id tin fn m the rlty. Price $l'.-o per aew.
Neat laim of 117 acree.JS mnei fra-n Ekvtow stallo
on the LAl.lnwre and l'hLadel.h'a ra lnal. Prlc $7$
er a. re.
g& NEAT F 4.RM OF 75 ACRRS, 1 MILR3
i--rriiin TcUct.a.enaa'in atttl'tn, on l'hllatleL,tliJa anil
liinliiiii-re raiiiT-nrl. Price $0-p-r aero.
er ntat 1 aim ol 119 aires, In Yel Nottin:ham. near
Oxlotd Ix-fiu'eh, CI ester county, at the very low Irrara a
$o.
lie.ldi-a a great nttnitn-r of oihi'i. Inf rmatl n of wulcit
csn t.c ha-J al tl.e nr.ie. tiVtil'.fiF. ('. Mtl.LF.K,
Practical Heal Kitata nperator.
No. I I N. M1A11I dliras..
Call or snnd for New M-ntMy I a'a!ngue.
ff SLl'l UIOR FIRST-CLASS FARM, TKX
x- mlfc-e frm Uie city, on tt.e lYuna-Ivaola Central
bailroad, containing 1$ acres, pitet $-Aifx.
UKUKtlK C. Mf LI.HR,
Roe! Cat Agent aud ltrnkart
Nn. l it N.HIXT1I Rtreat.
gV FOR KALE. FIRST-CLASS A No. 1
-Farm of Jem acre, near nowiilnntown, Phau-r
onanly. Excellent Improvements, Ao. Price $11,100.
This Is an extraordinary opportunity to get a good faraa.
tlKtlltds; (1. MlLI.KR,
No. 1.11 N. HIXTII Htroel.
FORSAI.K. SVLENDID MANSION
and Farm ot M aer. five mile from IlnstoL
KliKantiy l.Kaiod. Tho Mu,slon waa built by one uf tha
flnti or Siewati A ro.. New York. Farming ntenalls, Ac,
go with Die tltlo. Price $12.oro.
1 Irat-cUa Fitrrn of 44 acroa, only half A mike from ttt
fetation at 1'reitton, on the reiiiihylritu-a ante. Hssexojl
tetit large frame Improvements. 1'rlco $10,000. Iinmedlat
posaoaaklll. MII.LF.tt,
Ko. l'.l N. BIX ril .Street.
N. It. All Ihe country projierty advertised by ma (ai
Htiytltrel Is alwayi llrat-claas, us I take no otker kind ts
dlapoac of.
Call or send for New Monthly f-Atahigne.
l A NEAT, LARGE MANSION AT
-IMtya lane station, (lorrnsntown; cntslns twelve)
rootna, five tm flrat flor; atahlo. coacb-bottse, ela
gnnt gnnlan- l.ot lu feet front by 318 Inat deep to si
ktrceit. l'rloo $V aJ0. Ml I.I.BR.
No. l-,l N. SIXTH Stnast.
0 FOR PALE LARGE FACTORY, NEAR
"(Icnuaiitown, en tha Itallioad. Large Lit, wliR
Switch to connect with liailroad. Mtream of water runs
through Ilia iiretntae. Steam F.ngiue, Shafting and all
ooniileto. Latge Shedding, Ao. Possetsion given. Prioaj
$lb.i.v. clear.
ONEAT COUNTRY-SEAT OF 18 ACRRS,
on tke Ilaverford read, 4'. miles from the Markst
street t-ridj.-e. Fur aala or exchange.
NEAT SIX ROOMED DWKLLINO, NO.
-(tl6 N. Sixteenth strost. Lot Id by to feet. Prtoe
$IU0.
Three very neat nearly new rwa:llngs, nortn side of
Itriunlj wtne atreot, went of Twont eth. Price $30AO Often.
Ttealdes millions of dollars' worth of other proftorty, ooai
stMIng of flrat-class Fantu (no others), Manalous, Country
Scats, Ac, all within thirty miles ot the city.
CROR'.H O. atlLLUTt.
Practical Ileal Ratate Operator.
No. llil N. 8IX1U Street.
CaUoreud for New Monthly Catalogue.
y FOR SALE, CHEAP, INLEED. NBAT
Dwe'lli No. 21X0 lite atrett, twelve roomi. Lot 1$
feet o luetics by lib feet to a atroet. Price $bMiO. Irnmo
d.Lte pos.easlon. MILLKli.
No. 1M N. Sixru dtrvet.
Call or send fur new Monthly Cutalogua.
"IVliSri'llILADELPiaA LOTS FOR 8ALR
' ' CliKAT.-One 80 hy 1) foot, at $1 per foot.
Ono lliti by 1(0 feet, at $1 per loot.
One !2My 100 let, at $1 por foot.
All ccmer lots. But Uttlo maney re.ulrcd.
WANTS.
fas 1I RNISHED HOUSE WANTED. IH
wt al M alrut.er lcnt,or Arch, or I'hcsnut etioat.
attlo res "Furnished llottae," ut this ofliae. lo $
FOR SALE AND TO LET.
df A DKS1UAUI.R DWPiMlNfi FOft
mk falo or to l.ct, at TKNrV-llUdl1 and iH U
JEAL ESTATE! EEAL ESTATE!
8KB KOLWKL178 KKOISTKB.
Hi FOLWfcLL 8 KKOIB TER.
REAL Iifi'l ATE. KEAL KSTA1E. RHAL F..4TA.TO.
HKK KOI. Wi. 1.1. 8 KKCilftl KB.
bl'.E rOLHKI.L'S ntoiHTF.n.
CAI.L AT 1UK OFFICE,
Ho. N. riKTIl STRWKT,
lt And jpot Oopy.
Cirn ini vnion rA8.KNoT?rTl-Kit-
oM'l.V'UU way t OMi'AN v s uosvi run
8AI.K.
'I in Union Tn' tenter Rallwn.T f'uniany ofTr f-r naVa
at pur cu tsiu dri'd thucnnrf ilriilm of six pr c-ut.
rrii-oi: hom.b, eh ar of all tu s, hail nal, State, and Ms
iilclfiai. 'I !.ihe bonds are secured by a flrnt moru:a:e of throe
hundred t oumiik! d'-lini on the road ant) it fianhlr.oi,
'1 lit-Irubtrrs sre ( larcnt c 1. Clark nnd Tnuunm A 8 oi4.
I lie) nn I iin! In tn'ins or s.0i). and can lu find on aa
pVr.iti'n nt Die villce of tiie l!ompuy, Ho. UW houtJi
1 Ot.KTli atreot.
10Vl.l-.'t VIM.IAM F. KKMHI.K. Trt'atnrw.
MADAM K I)KM0Klisr8
UIUKOK Ol'1 FA.sUlOlS 1 OR NOVFMBEIt.
PITOHKH'H.
10-21-?t No. HOH CHl'SNUT HTKEKT.
OF r I C K CM IFF QUAlt TRRMASTKR,
CiN- iNN'.n.OhivOrtojet 17, llt.
lropnsnIi arr Invitf f br the UDderslp(Bfi until TUtCA'
DO, aSovciiiljer l.H. 114, at ioVluck f.i..,fir li.6 Imuu
dial. dtfJlvt ry tn ihi o partuient of
AMill Lar'CKH WhvM-iin? Pstlern.
Hsmples of which oinv ls seo a at tho tuvemmnt la
siitfc.ton Yaiil, tornti ut Kinlitli and freeman sU-MUiCirs-cli
nati. On u.
Tn Ih- di-Uvcrsd ('' o rl)ari:e. at the V. R. IiiioUt
Yard in tliU ely, witli ibv naiuv at the party furnlsliln
distinctly marl- td on t uch Aii.hu aius.
1'artloN oiUTiu:- Ambu aut-s must dIstlcoi!y state 1st
their bids th? nun her (lny nropi su to furnish, thu price,
and tluio ul dt'livnry, nnd unut i;imraiitt'e thai the Amtio
limi t) nhall l i In i'vitv rrisptct. enual tn Aimy atjui4ardt
otliensie tiio-iuopohHl will not b- c n-idred.
A guarantee , sUix-d b two rviip msl bit. persnns. mnt
accompiiny itai'h lhl, stiiranTeiiiK Uiat Ute btddor will
uplii tin, Aniiiliiu-ck a arc cd to hi in under bi pro-
4 .ttl.
liida wlllbei.prncd on Tt'KSh AY, November 1, 1064,
at li oVitM'k, 11., at llvs uiltc , and bidders are re-tiUi-stfil
tu I e i rt nent .
Award wi'l be made on Wednesday, NoTembar 19,
)feo4.
Itonds will itwiuirtnl that the curjlract will be fa I Ui Italy
fin nil d.
TUf,rams rtl.iilrn to propouli will not he norteed.
Illanlt fonu of prt-pobttlt contracts, and bends may b
Obtained at this utlici-.
'Ihe rihi tu rtjtct any bid docmsd unreasonable to
rr hi rvtd.
Kndrrse envelope "Proposali for Ambulaucos,' am
address
Colonel WILLIAM W. MrKIM,
10 W-Gt Chlel iitiarturuiaater, Cluu nnatl lepot.
V-OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO TIIR
J.1 owiurnol prvinlses hereinafter di"crlbed, that wrltsl
uf rcirz taciti upon the follow inn Oiulm. for Faviim,
apMunt ".nd premises, will be Issued afwr three muutht
from tills dstte. null's, snid c'aUii ar' paid.
XXWld C. CA.S.mi , Alior n.-y lur Claimant,
'u V13 H. SIX KI Hiru.it.
CIIt to hep uf R. llucfclcy vs. Andrew M' Nee'y. owner,
Ac. C. P. .lue Turin, Iw.l; Nu. 'J 1. it and I'm ma mulilfl
un nonheiiht nide of Abu:;ll street, VU bet sunt heast of
Aiiit . r sir tat, is ii.t,,''mlt Waril, cntaiiiiiij is ley front,
and '. fast det p tu Amb-r ireit. CUiiu ViO r!' for pavlinr.
iiiiie vs. Aaiiie V. V thnm Terui, 1H;-1: No, H. l.t
and thrte a.ury btk tlwt lihiK un itout'nvest siflf of Ahi
(v'lill utrt-et, umi nortuwi-ut sido ut L'nuui street. Ju ieel
Iroat.iiJ leet deep, Chiim. $i-i i) for ptvl.t,,',
Hume vh. san.f. C, I. .Juno Term, l"il ; Nn. 4. I.ot umi
threti-itory l-rnk dv.ell n on s ntlieust Aide of Ami.r
Hu-et and ioulJiwet Hide of AW all stivet, 10 leet lj-'ntf
2ii leet devp. 'la. nl 4.is!0, for tiaiiw.
Hanie vs. John T. J- ios, owner, .Vf. O. V. Rtiptumhe
Tern., If---; N '- l-"t ' tronrid nnd brhk i i :1 1 . tlfsr.
situate vn northwesterly corner of (Jirard livenuo and
Alorttm sireel, KiKUtecnth V ard, Im feet ou tiixtird a venue t
b'i Kct det). i lamiS.tJ fur pavln.
Hume vs. flame. 1. O. H;tt'iiilr Term, 1HH; K. f.
1 4)i and cel'urwallH on tho nortliwest side of iirnl
avtnue.lOl feet suntiiivest of Nurris street, KUhtueiilli
ard, theme nortt.we-t P Morton trt?et, M feet y im liea
to a point, thunee vast M feet o.'i Inches to A p diit, tiic-ntei
nnrtlieiiht to Unrrit street feel tu A pulnt In linn of
Oirurd avenue, lol leet tu plaue of boKinninn- -laiio
$ol Mt fur pnvliiu. lu-sW-sl ii
n the orfuans' court in and for
I
L''"'"''-""?'r'p..d. -he Andltor
M-ol. lid by th. Conrl to O'VVrt'Ial'.rol'jAur:
count of KllANl'IU tlHAHA.M, Atlaalnui"at -r ol JAiIKH
UllJluH "roa., will n.... 'VoU.lp l,Ts"l".,."a'
Ihe Wrth.rlll l..ii..ou Ut " . J ' ' . t
V. H 110 i;-inf'l 1V1I Vt . bt-LO-KIIS, Auditor.
SIXTH AND MARKET STREETS.
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