uiMn at tub roitn.
EY W. n. tOKOFELl.OW.
Tic I dcnd, the bonntiful youth.
The htattol honor, tne tongue 01 troth,
He, the lile and liprl.t ol hahII,
Whose voue w83 bli'lie a Ijuelc rail,
Whom all eves tollowed with one comuiit,
The tin cr cl Use Ling b, aiid v.hBC pleatnut
IIuhIiccI all murmurs of discontent. (
Only last night, as we rode alone
lKwu the dark ol the mountain kT.
To vifcit the p.cketpuard at the lord,
Little dreaming ot any mlnhap,
Jle wha hnmmini; th'? wordj ol Rome rld oon:
"Two red roceo he had on his rap,
And another he bore at the i oint of his nword."
Fiiddrn and gwlft a w btstlmn ball
Tame out of a wood, and the voice wm still;
BomelhinR I heard in the darkneiw full,
And Tor a moment my blood erew cliiH;
1 f pake in a whisper, as he who gpcakH
In a room where lome one is lyinir dead;
Uut he niado no antiwcr to what 1 eaid.
We lifted bim up on his saddle apnln,
And through tho mire and the mist and the rain
Carried him back to the silent camp,
Atid laid him an if uhIocp on his bed;
And I saw in the light of tho surgeon's lamp
Two white roseH upon his checks,
And one jitnt era his heart, blood-red !
And Iaw in a Tislou how far and fleet
Thatlatal bullet went speeding forth,
Till it readied a tow u In the distant North,
Qitl it reached a houso in a suuny street,
Till it reached a heart that ceased to beat,
Without a murmur, without, a cry:
And a bell was tolled in that far-off town,
h'or nc who hid passed from cross to crown
And the neighbors wondered that she should die.
Jlea Favre anil (be Emperor Spicy
Expo aii r of Imperial Skamn-Immorality
of the French Stag and Court,
I'abis, March 16. After a week of com-
Iiaratm-ly uninteresting debate in the Corps
jcpislatit, Jules Favre, the leader of the oppo
sition, electrified that body yesterday with an
address which would have made the Kmperor's
fare tingle if he had heard it, and which mint
Lave "got his mad up" a little when he read it
this moruinir., Thetext was the paragraph In the
address congratulating the Kmperor upon the
stability of the interior regime and institutions
The Emperor, al the close of his last address,
t the opening of the Corps Leginlatif, put an
effectual stopper upon the hopes of the liberal
party that there was to be any further exten
sion of liberty in France. "There had been
enough talk atiout this," the Emperor said, in
rnbstance.and "the great desideratum now was to
increase the physical prosperity of the country
and improve public morals." Into these propo
sitions of the Emperor Jules Favre pitched
light and lett, yesterday, charged his Majesty
with having utterly tailed to leltil bia pro
mines, called the empire a "negative and a
parodj" of the system of 18!), of which it pro
teased to be a continuation, demanded the
liberty of the press, the light ot reunion, and
that electoral liberty now elleclually cruFhed
out by the system of Governmental candidates,
lie closed his speech with the following remark
able paragraphs, which must be gall and worm
wood to the "powers that be":
"In regard to the exterior policy, if the country
had been master of its destinies, we should never
have witnessed theee distant expeditions which
have so greatly compromised our interests. We
Fhould not have sent to die on the other bide of
the Atlantic so many young men whose arms
would have enriched oar soil. We. should not
have seen millions wasted in Mexico In behalf
of an enterprise the least fault of which is that
it is impossible. These millions would have
been uselully employed In benefiting France
and her colonies.
"At to the interior regime, we are sometimes
told that the passions are completely appeased.
Sometimes that they are still fermenting, that
parties are always armed, and that our libert"1
should still be refused us. Public mo- -
spoken of. If you would have roc ' ' ,
juuht make citizens; to make ''.n1'
16 f ;VF"? fanmary glory. She has need
if moral dignity and. grandeur. If you will
interrogate the literature of the present day,
which is the expression of public morals, you
-will be driven to some unfortunate conclusions.
"You have decreed the liberty of theatres, aud
with the censorship you do what you please
upon the public scene, and what do you show
us there? Great God! you force a man with
any tense of decency to keep away from this
privileged tempi in launching at him this
tort ot insult 'I desired to speak of virtue
and devotion. These are no longer actuali
ties, and I am driven from the temple conse
crated to them.'
"What do you make of the French scene?
Yon have muue it a scene of libcrtinage and
rhamelcBsness; you expose upon it distrusting
nudities. You have in your hands a law made
to prevent children from working in manufac
tories, and you begrime the child upon the
rcene of a privileged theatro in making him rep
resent the type and model of degradation and
cynicism, to the scandal of all respectable
people. And then you open bats masques, and
you say: 'Come and amuse yourselves, and
drink from the cop which I put to your lips.1
As lor me, I say to you, Trance wants some
thing else. She wishes to have the power of
exercising her liberties. We are nothing If we
cannot raise our eyes towards Heaven, and we
car not do that if we are ot free.".
There is an immense deal of truth in the
trenchant remarks of this salient, sturdy leader
of the opposition in the French Corps Legislatif.
lie and thousands of thinking men in France
mourn over a state of things in this capital
-which approaches Tery ntarly to that which
existed in Rome just before its downfall, and
which explorations and excavations prove to
liavs been the moral condition ot Herculaneum
and Pompeii at the time they were overwhelmed
and buried. The poisonous literature which is
permitted to be spread through France, and
which is represented by such types as "Fanny"
and "Daniel" of Fevdeau; " Salambo" and
"Madam Bovary" of Flaubert the well-known
and immensely popular works of Paul da Kock:
and his son and successor, and the inheritor of
his meretricious qualities and fame, Henri, is
tannins the foundation of morals of the present
and rising generation of France, and it is to this
class of works that M. Favre alludes.
Any one who has seen the show pieces of the
Jiiehe aux JSols and the LatUertie Maaicme,
in each of whick the "well-formed and beautiful
joung ladies" advertised for seemed literally
determined to "outstrip" all others, and who
has observed the astonishlnrlv small Quantity
f dress and the astonishingly large quantity of
Doay wnicn is permitted to be exnioitea upon
me Doarns oi tne fans theatres, will well un
jlrrstand what he means by his reference to
them. The "Infant" he speaks of is "Fanfan
Uenoiton," in Bardou's piece of the Famille lie
notion, which nas been running now at the
Vaudeville nearly a hundred and fiftv nights,
This type of the snnny childhood of Paris is a
?'oungster oi eignt years, who seems to have
horoughly studied Machiavelli, and hat no faith
in his race; who is bla$e; who eambles and
-makes "corners" in the stvle of an nl.I stock
"broker, at the "bourse" which the children used
1o hold in the garden of the Tailenes tor ttie ex
change and sale of postage stamps, and who
finally attempts to rob his father's safe to make
no tor his losses.
He who has witnessed the scene of riot and
debaurtwrv on the Hundav moraines of the hula
natmit at the ouera will not wonder at bis re
ferring to them in this connection. Indeed, all
who have observed In Pans the constantly aud
Tai idly apparent fading out of decency and
public and private moralty, who sees the shop
windows on the most puhlio thoroughfares
, filled with photographs and pictures which no
decent woman or man even can look at without
hauie: who see the "fast women" of the deml-
rwnde inmtU) k ilks and luces, driving their
TEE DAILY XggjNG IfeLfeGiiAril. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY,
lriBrrirVcTil turnouts on the avenues and lr tK "
l ois tic J'.ouloRtic, bedecked and bclewel.rd, c
cuiiying the bent and most prominent places in
the iheiitiif". setting the fashions which dueh
rpus and pilnccs-rs greedily tollow those who
lisve witnced all this will not wonder that
men like Jiiltn Favre demand something better
for France. He and his v'tHnn,, oh.rgc it
upon tlic Kmpeior and the empire that the en
coin age, or, at l' st do not desire to suppress
this Mate of thincs, because it drowns thought
in aniLscment, not, and debauchery, and, there
lore, acts as a preventive to revolution.
John Mltclirl nasiurnea up in ine newfimwr
lie ha written n communication to the Oiinir
hnlionnlc, in which he replies to an articlo ir
late number of I'm Urtue dr Pent Mtni' j
which it is stated that "Irt lnnd enjoys ' R 'tho
liberties that Ft. gland doefl." Mitchr f provcg
very conclusively that this is far ' rom being
true. He has mov cd oyer the rive' jnt0 house
rear the Jardin des Piantcs, in uicn there are
a number of lrh.h refugees, kP,.ps himself
very quiet, alijuyh said t'o be in constant coin
mtinication. wit the chKfs of the Fenian move
ment In inland. I understand that Mitchrl's
predilection are favorable to the O'Mahony
party In America.
'lh'iR Is the Prince Imperial's birthdnv. he
having completed his tenth end entered upon
his eleventh yenr. For the past three years on
this occasion tiirio has been a review of a com
pany ol bov soidiers 'ins ile troupe, of wlil:h
the I'rince Is a member, and afterwards a dinner
at which he presided. Having lust recovered
from the measles, however, he probably does not
feel Biiflic leutly strone lor sucti proceedings at
present. Last evening and to-day the theatres
and public buildiugs were hung with Mags, and
the Kmpernr, as usunl on such occasions, has
exhibited his joy by selecting about two hun
dred Miperannuuto'd mayors of communes, and
decorating them with the ribbon of the Legion
ol Honor. As to the Trinco himself, for a young
man he has certainly done very well. He Is a
corporal in the Grenadiers ot the Guard and
Honorary President of the Committee of the
Grand Exhibition, spenks seven different lan-
ruRt'Cf, all about equally well; is "well up" in
renrh and foreien history, and is said to be an
exceedingly kind, amiable, and intelligent boy.
Gustave Dore, it seems, is not to illustrate
Shakespeare, after all. A piiblhher offered him
four hundred thousand francs, but bedemauded
the round sum ot a million. It is perhaps, not
unfortunate that the proposition fell through, as
with all his genius if would have been utterly
impossible for him to have done the work in a
manner which would have fuliilled all the exi
gencies ot art. He does rot read a word of Knp
li'h, and would have been, therefore, obliged to
depend upon a French translation; besides
which, it seems utterly impossible that any
Frenchman can properly understand Shake
speare. For the fables ot La Fontaine, upon tho
illustrations ot which he is now employed, he
receives five hundred francs for each one, and it
is said that alter making his studies he draws
two a day, for which he receives cash on de
livery, lie may be seen almost every day now
at tfce Jardin des Piantcs, studying the move
ments and peculiarities of tho" animals which
will occupy places in this great work.
A baby has been born at the United States
Consulate in Paris n fine girl, and "mother and
child are doing well." M. J". Ihrald.
The Dangers of Eating.
A WKETZKK MERCHANT CIIOBF.D (TO DEATU IN TAY
Tbaddeus 8cott a country merchant, was
choked to death this afternoon, at Taylor's saloon,
at the corner of Broadw ay and Franklin street
He w as from Kapicrville to Illinois, and came
here to buy goods. It is understood be arrived
Mr. Scott entered the saloon at about 2 o'clock
with Mr. Matthews, of the flrni ot Mattnews &
Taylor, and calling, it is reported, for beefsteaks,
the two began their meal.
Scott ate rapidly, and soon he began to choke".
The alaim spread, and as Scott grew black in
the face aero d gathered, and the excitement
euuu uruuuie intense.
A surgeon of the New Y-' tinm,!!,,!
for; but the persons in . l.WsPl.tttl
Scott would die. ! JJht "ii'H
.1 was scat
others bv V- OOK mn, BOUle "y lUB u'Ka uuu
. . , i . ii. . i i
ti. -is body aud arms, to tno nospnai.
e v?as apparently in convulsions when he
arrived there. An incltdon was at once made iu
his throat, and the meat w as removed; but there
were only three respirations, and he died.
ins age was aoout tnirty-Dve years. An in
miest will be held. In the meantime his friends
have been telegraphed for, and some of them are
expected to arrive here, im connections are
said to be highly respectable. If. Y. Evening
fosi, mh ult.
A Grand Tonr ol Knights Templar.
The Boston Encampment of Knights Templar,
Wysenian Hart-hull, Eminent Commander, will
leave Boston about the 1st of June on an ex
tensive excursion through tho country. They
will rJiBt visit Washington, where they will
receive the courtesies ot the encampment of
that city, and afterwards will proceed to Chicago
via the Baltimore and Ohio KaiLroad, taking
Cincinnati in their route. On their return they
will come bv the Michigan Southern line to
Detroit, visit Rochester and Oswego, cross into
Canada, pasting a dav at Toronto, thence along
the Grand Trunk to Montreal and Portland
home. The tour is a magnificent one and it
will not fail to realize to every Knight who par
ticipates in it a fund of gratification and in
A Tree Worth 25,000.
A remarkable tree was brought to New York
in thc month of January, 160, from a Western
State, it was a uiuck: wamut. seventy icct long.
measuring 4500 feet board measure: but when
cut into veneers, it would be thirty times that.
making 135,000 feet, which at twenty cents
wonld be worth $27,000. The cost of cutting it
and placing it in store for sale would be about
700. Black walnut, for the last six years, has
been gradually taking the lead ot mahogany,
Htd is worth as much now as mahogany was
lormerly. The fieure most sought for at present
Is a stripe, which seems to be tormea oy tne
tap, catting dark and light shades alternately
through the tree, which when worked, makes
the most beautiful furniture that is manufac
A Hoosieb Roua Himself and 18 Detected,
This momlnir a man named J. B. Jardellu, hail
ing lrum Madison, ind., made his appearance at
the police headquarters, statin that be had been
roDDea oi $1501), m proof ot wnicn iaci ne ex
hibited a deep incision in his pantaloons, where
he said the pocket had been cut out. and in
lurther evidence he shed tears plentifully, and
blubbered like a schoolboy. Superintendents
Behm and Kelson nuestioned him closely, aud
doubting his statement, gave him In charge of
lhis officer searched Jardella, and found in.
another pocket the Bum of ZG0O. la wallet No. 'I.
He then went to the Matteson House and
searched his baggage. Upon oDenlng a trunk.
an old razor, badly notched, was lound in full
sight. In the notches of this razor were ravel-
lings of woollen and cotton cloth of precisely
the came hue as tho material of the cut oanta-
loons. This satisfied the detective that Jardolla
had robbed hinisclt for some ulterior purpose,
and he at once proceeded to search him thor
oughly. The result of the operation was that
the missing f 4:00 w as found sewed and secreted
in Jardella's shirt. Upon hearing how the
case stood, Superintendent Itehm incontinently
kicked tne icuow into vue street. untcago
A Coon Houbb Agency. A list of the apart
ments to be let in each ot the twenty districts
into which PariB is divider!, is now posted up In
the hall of the Malrie of each district, so that
any person requiring an unfurnished lodging
will no longer be obliged to lose valuable time
in lnouirinir at the various bureaux de location.
which alone afforded such information. The
lists so posted may be consulted gratuitously.
Illness of Bib "Moktov Peto. An Enclleh
paper says that hir B. M. Peto Is "unable to at
tend to his Parliamentary duties, or to any busi
ness in London, by an attack of illness of some
seventy, winch tit tains mia in the country.
Dosp e Ca,t,e yiflgne and Ita Cnre.
Stare Iron108 received by the Department of
under date 'i"r t'ons"l at Liverpool, England,
U'g report oV fLMarca 12 1Sl,i5' pive thc ,ollow
in Jutland r r " I Vrrf of the cattle plague
pioiess to Scotland. This report docs not
currfd br' ''ve tno CBf,cs which have oc
are lem' onlT tll0,,e obtained officially. There
two vr "" now ln n,,e ft' 10 e yvTV e"cti ve
res' cscriptious for which are enclosed. Thc
- .rt shows the number attacked for the week
. .ding March 3, lt66, to be 7310. One of the
remedies above alluded to is thus made: One
ounce of Peruvian batk, one ounce ot gentian,
one ounce of ground ginger, two drachms of
sulphate ot iron, fonr tablespoonsful of treacle,
and one glass of brandy or whisky. Dose, once
a dev. The other prescription is thus com
pounded: One pound of onions, small and
strong: one pound of garlic, one pound of
ground ginger, three-quarters of a pound of
assativtida, to be covered with water and stirred
on the lire till in a milky pulp, then put over
the other art icier; add of rice-water three pints
for every two of the mixture. Dose for a cow,
one pint per day.
Tm WnirpLK Filb Manufacturing Company.
The creditors of this Company, in numbers
quite respectable, and representing between a
quarter and a half million dollars, took an
extra train for Ballardvllle at noon to-duy, for
the purpose of examining the works of tho Com
pany in Ihat place and consulting together as
to the best course to pursue in the premises.
Jionfon Traveller, 2Mh utt.
JAY COOKE & CO,
No. 114 S. THIRD STREET,
DEALERS IK GOVERNMENT SECURITIES
U. S. C Or 1881,
t -Ms, OLD AJ. D KITW,
10-tOs: CERTIFICATES OF INDEBTEDNESS,
7'SO BOTES, 1st, 2d, ana 3d fcerics.
COMPOUND 1JXTERES1 AO TES WANTED.
LSTEBE8T ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS.
made; Stocks Bought and Sold ot
accommodations reserved fo
3'niLACiiLrRiA, February, 18G6.
XJ, .S. SECURITIES
SMITH, RANDOLPH & CO.,
BAJTKERS & BROKERS,
16 S. THIRD ST.
3 NASSAU ST.
STOCKS AND GOLD
BOUCIUT AND HOLD ON COMMISSION.
IKTEBFST ALLOWID ON DEPOSITS. 3 1
Ho. 225 DOCK STREET,
BANKERS AND BROKERS,
CNITED STATES BONDS, 1881s, 8-20, 10 40s,
UNITED STATES 7 3-108, AI L ISSUES.
tEKTlFlCATES OF INDEBTEDNESS.
Mercantile Piper sail Loans on Co'latorwli negotiated
Stocks Bought and Bold on CommtwJon. 1 31 $
JJARPEK, DUKNEY & CO
STOCK AND EXCHANGE BROKERS,
So. 85 B. THIRD STREET, rUTLADELrmA.
Stocks and Loans bought and sold on CommWeion
TJncuncnt Bank Notes, Coin, Ktc., bought and sold.
Special attention paid to the pnrchaao and sale of
Oil Stocks. Deposits received, and Interest allowed
as per agreement. 85 8m
rj;ilE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
During , the erection ol the new Bank building.
TO H7 4p
No. 005 CHEHNUT STREET.
IE HAVEN I BROTHER,
l-T Ko. 40 8. THI1U) STKIKT.
STOVES. RANGES, &o.
CULVER'S NEW PATENT
RANGES OF ALL. SIZES.
ALSO, PIIIEGAE'S HEW LOW TRESSUBF
STEAM DEAIIKG APPARATUS.
70S SAL BY
Ko. 1U2 HAItKET STREET,
RANDALL & CO.,
PERFUMERS AND IMPORTERS,
No. 1302 CHESNUT Street.
Fine Kn&lih Toilet Soaps,
JN CHEAT VABIETY, JUST BECEIVED.
Also, Triple French Extracts and Perfumes.
We hive constantly on head (Terr variety of
FERFU11EEY AKD TOILET KEQLIBITE9.
Extract,, Powders, Cologne!, Foinadoe, Toilet
Water, Bbaviog Creams, Coiuietlqaes, lootli Taitus
Bruibes, etc. 1 1 Sin
J BF.SU I'EACUES,
yRESH TOMATOES, FLTJM3. Etc.
ALBERT O.. ROBERTS.
DEALER IN FINE GROCERIES
S S2 P CO ELEVENTH AND VINE BT8.
rTHB (STAMP AGENCY, NO. 504 CHESNDT
J- BTKKKT. AHOVE.TlUkD, WILL BE CONTINUED
STA V I'd of EVERY DFBCKITTION CON8TA1TLT
MM iiAND AND J AN I AJdOVNT. 1 11
GEORGE J. 1IENKELS,
THIRTEENTH AKD CHESNUT STS
A lore Kortment ol
Rosewood Drawing-Room Furniture
Walnut Drawlng-Room Furniture. .
Walnut Dlnlng-Room Furniture.
Walnut Library Furniture.
Walnut Hall Furniture.
Rosewood Chamber Furniture.
Walnut Antique Furniture.'
i'ricn are as low aa inequality of the work will admit of.
OEORGH J. 1 1 EN K ELS,
tl lrn Late of Koe. Bittand 811 C1IE8KUT Bcct
C TO II OU
1 " I h ave lnrce utocn
large rtocn of erery ynrtety of T nmlture
which I will icll at reduced prices, consisting of
TLAIN ASD 11AHBLE TOP COTTAGE SUITS
WAKCT CHAMBER 8U1T8.
TAKLOK BCITS IN VELVET PLUHH
PAKLOR RC1T8 IN HAIR CLOTll.
TAUliOR SUITS IN KF.PH.
eideboardf, Extension Tables, Wardrobes Book-cases
Vattiessea, Lounges, Lie Etc.
P. P. OUSTINE,
1 16 3m . E. Cor. SECOND AND BACK STB.
FIRE AND BURGLAR PROOF SAFES
rpIEFIKEIN CHESNUT STREET
Letter from Wells, Fargo & Co.
110,000 SAVED IN HERRING'S PATENT SAFE.
Philadelphia, J urinary 3, 1866.
1IEP6B8. Farrel, Eerbiko A Co. Gentlemen : We
have just opened our Palo, one of your manufacture,
which passed through the destructive lire In Cbesnut
street last nlnht. The Safe w as in our office, No. 607
which building was entirely destroyed. Tbe bale was la
warm place, as you may well suppose, and was red
hot when taken out of the embers. We are well satisfied
with the result of this ttlal, aud find our books, papers
and some ten thousand dollars ln money almost as per
fect as when put ln the Sate. Nothing Is Injured, U we
except the leather bindings of th" books, which are
steamed; the money and papers are as good as ever.
WELLS, FARGO & CO.,
Per J. n. COOK, Agent
The above Safe can he seen at our store.
FAKREL, HEEEING & CO.,
No 629 CnESNFT Street.
BUS. GALLOWAY &' S11EDD,
Ate treating with rcmnrkahle SrtcCcss all acuto and
Chronlo Diseases, at their ,
No.1280 WALNUT Street,
One Door East of Thirteenth Street.
Wehavolwcn engaged for many years ln the noble
work of giving health nd happiness to the suffering and
tliel eflllced. During this time we bare treated about
TWENTY THOUSAND INVALIDS suffering from tho
various forms of dlseaso, and ln a' most every caso a per
manent cure has been eflected. Many of them, In fact,
had been given up as Incurable by their physicians. We
have restored to health. In a few days, thousands of per
sons In this city who bad keen Buffering irom painful
diseases live, ten, and flftocn years and upwaros. At our
institution we have cured, and are ourlng, a class of dla
tcg i that has baffled the medical profession la all agos
cf tho world.
Dr. WILLIAM WHITE, a gentleman of great expe
rience In this successful practice, is associated with Drs.
GALLOWAY A 9UEDD In this practice. By this
arrangement we hope to be enabled to attend profession-
all? to our large practice.
BK KHENtES. We refer the diseased and others
Interested In our now practice to the following well
known gentlemen w bo have been treated successmlly
by ns i
Ol OHOE GKANT, No. fill! Chcsnutstroot.
K.T DE8ILV1K. No 113B ClieHnut street.
llenerul I'LKABONTON, No. 916 Bpruee street
alaior-Cieneral I'LI.A.SONTON, U. S. Army.
Hon. DAVID W1LMOT. Judue of Court of Claims,
lion, juuko CArmn, ew iora city.
Hi'V. Dr. M AH-II ALL. ol PlUsbiirc, Pa.
I DWIN FOHKE81. the great Tragedian.
l;ev. Dr. HALL, ol I'blladclpbia.
Hev.DANUL ( LAKK., Illinois.
c olonel '1HOAIA8 W. SWEENEY, Assessor, No. 716
GfcOHUE H. F.AHLE, Attorncy-at-law, Sixth and
EMANUEL Ktx Attorney at Law, no. ivi oauaom
UK. VKUnur. w. r nun, i.am-uicr kiij, rvuuw.
UK. U. B. BKOH'N. tiliurd House.
KKV. MB. MALDOItY: Norrlstown Penna.
A LI) em 11. N1COLAY, No. oi William street, New
C. CVJWMTNO'j Btuyvesant street. New York cliy.
H, r. hllUK'ILEFE, No. Sltt Market street.
JOHN W . Hl'lhT. No. 13'a outti broad street
O W. HKKlIIANT, Gennantown, PUliaUelpbla.
Consuluitiou and examluutiuns tree oi charge.
Aa luUrestUig Circular ual.ed by addressing
DRS. GALLOWAY, WHITE & SHEDD,
No. 1230 WALSCT Btreet,
1 11 smlh2m Philadelphia.
USE PR. C. O. GARRISON'S '
E Xl'EO T OUANT.
.'dyspepsia and debility use
DR. C. G. GARRISON'S
USE DR. C. G. GARRISON'S
ANTI-DYWP13PTIO PILLS '
For ( bll.s and Fevers, Bilious, Billions Kemlttent,
Dyspepsia. Jaundice, Depiession ot feplrlta, Coughs,
Colds, and all diseases that requiie a purgative.
In all eae whore the abovo Preparations toil to
make cure the money will bo roiuudcd.
For sale, wholesale and retail, at my store,
JNO. UU B. KK11ITH S'PHIOKT,
Below Wainut, Phllodelpbla.
JOHNSON, HOLLOWAY COWDEN,
No. 2 N. SIXTH btree f tillada.
C. G. GARRISON, M. D.,
Treats patients lor all dlsraws at Ms Olrlce,
No. M Houtli ElOlirH Street
A II consultations free 1 1 3in
KEVENUE STAMPS, REVENUE STAMPS,
Ki Vt-MJi. S'lAMPU,
Of U oxerlutlons,
Oi all descrlplloua,
Always on hand.
Always on lmn l.
ATFLORFNC KFWINO MACIIISK t O.'S OFFff H
AT FLOUJtNCF. fcFWINO MAI 1UNB CO.'H OFF1CK
4 No. WO IIKhM'T Mtrcet,
No. M' Cll h.sNl'T Hi real.
One door Im low Seventh street
iue soor teluw Keventb itrwl
The most lllieral dlwount allowed.
ILe iiteialdiaivuut ailowsu.
Al 'ml 2, 18CC.
J'KENCll MEDICINES IN VOGU1T!
15Y CTUMAIILT & CLE.,
Chemists to H. F. II. Prince Napoleon,
43 RUE RICHELIEU PARIS.
NO MORE CODMVEB OH.
GimiAtLT'S bHLP ()!' IODIZED UORSE
KAD1SII. TMsFym t employed with the greatest success. In
f lare ot cu Liver cl., to wblcb it Is mllnitely superior,
t cures dilates nf tlie cbrt. crifn a, lympba to dls
orili r grx u sirkntw, mu.colar atony, and lost of
appetite. It regenerates the constitution by onrl vlnir
the Moon, and Is. In a word, tbe most powerful dopura
tlre known. It never liilfiici the stomach and bowels,
and Is atlirmlsterrd with the Rieaiest rfllcacv to voung
clilldren, suliject to humour, or obstruction of tbe
viands At last, it is very cibeaolous la the diseases of
the 6 a In.
no Mor.K toNsramo,
CRIMACLl'S t1VKUPU, UYPOPIIOSPniTE
tiF 1. 1 ME.
This new Kedlrlne Is a soverelun rmedv In phthisis
and o her l aes of the lungs piomptlv removes ail
the more serious symptoms. The couh is relumed, the
nlvht sweats cease, and tbe patient rauldly recovers bis
NO WOEJE POVEItTY OKinF BLOOD AND PALE
DR. LERAS' PHOSPHATE OP IRON.
Ihlsnew lerruulnons mcillclne contains the elements
of tlic blood and benes, and Iron In a liunld state It Is
dltlcrcnt Irom all hitherto oilered to the ptilille.ls liquid,
co orlcsa. lend tastclccs. It speedily cures chlorosis,
pa'iisln the stomach, dllllcu.t digestion, dysmenorrhcea.
'I he majority of the Academies of Medicine ot Paris
recommend the Vbespnato ot iron to Ladinsot delicate
ct.nstiiution suflcTitiK from anemia, and all other per
sons Intlgued trom over anxiety, Dervons emotions,
overwork general dnMlltv, and poorness ot blood.
It is tbe only preparation which never causes consti
pation, andean Le borne by the niott delicate stomachs.
NEKVOVB HEADAf nE. NEntALOIA,
Is ln?tantaiu'ouly cared by
GRIMAULTB bKAHJAN GUARANA,'
vegetable substance used ttom time Immemorial in
lira tii, and mi re iy tm ffiniive.
better Than rnpmtt
GRIMAULTH CAPSULES AND LIQUID EX-
IHACT Uf MATIUO VEG ETALIS.
Whero all other Medicines have Allied, these prepara
tions wlil alwavs eilect a cure. Thrm Inmrr TAnlilaiM
extraordinary cure of severe recent and chronic cases of
iinvaie oisease. 1 ney are used In the Hospitals ln Parts,
by the celebrated Dr. Kicord. and are found greatly su
perior to all hitherto known mineral remedies and
t'otialba and Cubehs. Hie Injection is Used In recent,
and capsules in the more chronlo cases.
In Paris, at GEIMAULT & Cie.,
Chemists to U. F. U. Frinco Napoionn,
46 It UK RICHELIEU.-
In New York, at T. M- BECKEH'S.
No. 129 GRAND Street.
3 19 mtb2m
At FRENCH, RICHARDS & CP'S.
WRIGHT'S TA11 SY11UP.
No. 771 Month THIRD Street.
Price, fl-00 per Bottle; $5-00 for half-a-dozen.
The nndcrslgned citizens take pressure In cheerfully
recommending the upc of Wright's Tar btrup lor
coughs, colds, conanmntlnn. w hn.minfr-ntmh .ij,t..wi
lever, liver compiamt, pnins in the breast, hroncliUis,
iut..uiu..uuu. aim rPiriuuoil ui air vessels in lue lungs,
etc. 1 he remedy should be ln every lamlly i
Charles C. Wi (-on. t'umv's Preu cilice.
Cbarles H. Grsflen, Sunday Mercury ofllco.
InmesNolen, Jt qu ier ofllce.
William F. Corblt. Associated Press.
William 11. Carpenter, Eire Alarm and Police Tele
graph. Filth and t hesnut streets.
A Itandiilph, Front and I cm hard streets.
J ernes W. Perriue No. 1129 Charles street.
11. A. Davis, No. 32J tiasklil street.
.lobn W ootiside. No. 13;il Krankiin street.
Robert 1 hompsnn No. It OS Walter street.
it. O. Marcn, No. VIH Fianklln s reet,
J Geblofl. No 731 B. second street.
John Seymour; No. 813 H. Front street
. W. Dovard, No. 1 Dock street.
U. ('. Dartleit No. S'27 8. .--ecoiia streot
L. Pates No. 60S Arch street
Albert Martin. No. 411 8. Second street
Mary Caldwell, No lii82 Sansom street . '
W. 'Ibomss, No. 20N. Fourth street
T. M. t orthy, No. li D Elirctu'aalleV.
Cicorgo W l son. No. !Z36 Rnco stteet.
W. F. Brooks, No. 611 North t-econd street
M. J Unssc tt. No. llfl t'nnal street.
H. Seymour Itosc llus'leton.
Char.es Hogers, No. tttl rlouih street.
R. T. Wellington, isecond and 0'iarry streebJ
E. F. Ihoinus, No, l;itt f-outb lxt.i street
Wllllum Barns, No. MSHouth Front s:rcet
B. H. Hantord, Opera MnnaKer.
John Usgintils. rear or No. 184 North Second street.
lira. S. K. Choate, Newark. Dei.
llr. William It. Wraht .
Sib: We tane ilensure In recommending yonr TAB
8RLP (of which we have already sold considerable
quuntltles) as a most excellent an ! eltlcaciouu remeily
lor tbe comnlulnts set torth ln vour nrnited Dill alrea 'y
submitted lo the puUlc. An a rratllylng act to sutTcrlug
huiiianity we will cheerfullv recommend jour prepara
tion to a. I atnictca witn diseases wuicn u is aesigneu to
cure. xeurr, etc, -
, DILKS SOV, Drnggurts.
N, E. corner Pine and Sixth iireetd.
For sa'e slso at
JOllNhON, HOLLOWAY & COWDEN'S, .
DYOTT & C O.'.l.
A nd all principal Drurgisis and Dealers.
The subscriber would teg leave further to say that
he is prepared te Ud ordors aid torward tbe Syrup to
any part ol the country. Persons desiring other Inior
mation by nail will mo ose a postage siamp.and answora
wi'i ue reiuriH u as boon as too . txivuuiva oi uuauiess
win aumiu jkuuress
WILLIAM B. WRIGHT.
S 20 No. 171 P. THIIiD Hinet, Philadelphia, Pa.
T"VEAFNEKB, BLINDNESS, AND CATARRH.
jt ' J. ISA At b. at. x., rroietsorot toe tye ann r ar
treats all diseases smiertslnlnx to the above member!
with tbe otmost success '1'estlmoalals ttom tbe moat
reliable pources in the city can be seen at blsomce. No.
All) PINK Street. The Medical Faculty are Invited to
accompany their patient a lie kaf ne secrets In hl
QUI AKD FIltE AND MARINE
OFFICE, o. 415 W ALS CT STREET, PHILADELPHIA
CAPITAL PA1D1N, IN CA8H, $200,100.
1 his compary continues to write on Fin Unit only
Its capital, with a good surplus, issaiely invested.
Loceesby Are have betn promptly paid, and more than
Disbursed ou this account within the past few years.
For tbe present the ofl.ee of this company win
No. 415 WALNUT STREET,
But wllhlaf a few months will remove to its OWN
N. K. CORNER SEVENTH AND CHE8NBT STREETS
Then as now, we shall be happy to Insure our patrons at
such rates as are consistent with safety.
iliunnn liar iii
TLOb. MA( KFLLAK,
JOhN W. CLAGHORN,
Nil AH VHIKKh. Ju..
imrBf ao A irrv
ALFltrJ) t. un.lieiT.
V. K LAWRENCE,
CHARLES I. DUPONT,
t. u v i.v i.1 irir,'ui.T
JOSEPH KLAPP, M.D.
THOMAS CRAVEN. President
A LFRED 8 CH LF1T V. President and Treasuror.
JAMF8 B. ALV011D. 6ecretur.v. , 1191
T? I K E INSU RANCE,
JL XBE BO MX INSURANCE COM PANT 1
OF PHILADELPHIA, ,
' No. ISO 8. HHUi'l U Sireet.
Char ar Perpetual. Authorized Capital, 00 000
i'aid-UD Cai.lial. allil'.litiL
Insmea against lots or damage bv FIRE on buildings
eltl.er pern.anertl v or tor a LIMIT KD period. Also 00
Ml KtHANDlHK generally and BouscholO furniture
viiy or cuhuuj.
'I humas K tmber. Jr..
( haries A. Duy,
fl m. D. l ewis.
William B. Bullock,
'w m. N. Needles. .
J. Illllborn Jones,
John V oodside.
VV m. O. Lonsstreth,
J. V Hutc.bliuon,
JAMES BROWN, President
C H A h. A t C Y . v ice l'resident
TiiOM H NKILSOX, Score
J J. McG U IQ A N
Importer and Wholesale Sealer n
1 ' FANCY OOOUS, NOTIONS, Eto,
lTIlEWORKH, FI.AOH, Etc
. MATCHES AND BLACKING, ' '
NO. Q KTliAWWKJiKY HTKFKT.
r-st bunt abot fctcond between Market aud Cliesnut
ti A UUAUKU'iUA.
TsLAWARE MUTUAL SAFETY INSURANCE!
J t COMPANY,
LNCOBFOKATM' HI 1MK lmiU4TVIllS '
OFFICE B K. (ORJ.FR IHIKD AND WAIJT t
, . ei nr r.i n, i tin. a iiLi.i iiia.
MAKINS LNbL'&ANCJU . . '
Caroo J To all parts of the w
tier jrm T v BT'tj i v-r.-a
Goods by River, ( anal. Lake, and Laad rrlsg U
- an pans oi ino t'nion.
t FIRK INSCKANCUi
On Merchandise anerallv.
On Stores, Dwelling Houses, etc
A88ETB OF THE COMPAST
November I, 18J.
JW VnltM 6utes per cent loan, H....tM-6r
Treasury Notos iM .M.
100 MO 8tte ol 1 ennsy ivanla Five Per cent
Load. ,,,, aa ftft
B4,000 Stale ef Pennsylvania blx Per Cent '
128,000 City of Philadelphia Bix Per Cent.
Loan , ii ni u
20,000 Penrisylvonla Railroad FlrBt Mort- '
gate Six PerCent. Bonds 10,(0040
28,000 Pennsylvania Railroad becond Uort
gape Six Per Cent. Bonds. 23,780-M
26 000 W es(t-n I'ennsTlvanla Rai. road Mort
g.-ge fix Per Cent, llond , J3.7I
16,000 31.(1 Pharos Block Oermautown Gas
Crmpanv. principal and interest
guaranteed by the City oi Pblla-
. delphla 13 89164
1,1801411 Sharea Stock rennsr.vai.URaU-
. . o: d t ompany 8.880-8
8,000 I0O Fhares stock North Pennsylvania
'tatlroad Company S.250-M
wKlO Deposit with Cnited States Oovern-
a , nJect 'o ten nays' coll O.OOO'CO
,30,100 State of lennessee Five Per Cent
170 700 Leans on Bonds and k'orbxa'JeVithst
liens on City Property 170.700-O
1 .030,860 PM... 1 Market valu 99.S0 (s
itcai r.siaie.... 16 1 00 041
Bills receivable lor In u ranees made. 131.019 31
Balances due at Agencies.Premlams
en Marine Policies. Accrued lute
irst, and otbei debts due the Com
pany 40 51144
Scrip and stock ot sundry Insurance
and other Companies, i las. Esti
mated value 24)10 09
Cash In Banks tSA,iM 88
I ash m Drawer 618-48
John C. Davla.
Fdmnnd A. Souder,
J. F. Penlstan.
William . Itonltoo,
H. Junes Brooks,
V t', Kuril 1 'ninw.A
nenry u. na'lett. Jr..
William r r..H-,l..
.I.1lrttl P. JnnM -
Joseph H. Peal,
Gcorso C. Lelper,
WamesB. McFarland, '
losoua r. Kyre. . r
. it. nemoie, rttlsounf,
A. B. Berber. PKUbury,
T"f?AH C. HAND, President,
JOHN o. DAVIS, Vice PiesldenC
, fcecretarv. 12 13
FIKE IKSUEANCE COMPANY
Assets on Jdnuarv'l, 1806,
Acciutc Surplus sii'Si i
INCOME FOB 186S
LOSSES PAID SINCE OVER
Perpetual and Tern porary Policies on Liberal Terms..
Charles 1? llin;fc.i,.
Tobias Warner, '
t.eorno W. Richards,
nreu r uier.
rTTAm.wfl W utvm r tJ-a.
TAB W vJWi DALE, Vice-President
JA8. W. MCALLISTER, Secretary protein. 3itl2iV
iJOIlTU AMERICAN TRANSIT
No. 133 S. FOURTH Street
t PHILADELPHIA. , 1
Annual Policies issued apatnst Qeneral Accidents o
descriptions at exceedingly low rates,
Insurance cCccted tor one year, In any sum from 1 100
to tlO.CCO. at a premium of only one-half por cent, soea
ring the fall amount insured ln case of death, and a com
pensatlon each weok equal to the whole premium paid.
Short time Tlceu for 1, a, 3, 8, 7, or 10 dava, or I, 3, or
t months, at 10 cents a day, Insuring in the sum of 83000
or giving 18 per week li disabled, to be bad at the Oene-
ralODce.No. 133 8. FUTRTH Htmn Phll.l.ini.i.
the Tarlons Ral'road Ticket offlcea, Be sure to purchase
the ticket of the North American Transit Insurance
"or clicnlars and turthcr Information apply at th
Comp'any the' or of any of tbe authorised Agents ol th
Li. WIS L. DOCPT. President
.Ajnrn m. lUMiAU, Treasurer.
HFNRY C. BROWN, hecr.tary,
JOHN C. BLLL1TT, Solicitor.
L. I. Houpt, late ot Peanylvanla Railroad COKDanr.
Al. hi:i, ot M. W. Baldwin At t'o. 'a. p
Samuel ('. Palmer, t asbier ol Commercial Bank
Richard Wood, Ne. Mv Market street
James M. Course, No. 623 Market street
J. F. Klnfsly, Coutinental UoleL
II. G. LeleiirrrKi Nos. 2i7 and 39 Dock streeL
Ssmual W oik. ot H ork. Met oucb & Co
t.eoue Martin No. ttt Cbenat steet U 8
II E P R O V I D E N T'
Xiile nncl Trust Co.,
OF 1 IJ1LA DELPHI A.
Incorporated by tbs State of FennsylvanlaThtr
32(1 lh)6, INbl REK L1V1-M, ALLdW. IMitKEdl
DEPOSITS, AND t.BNTS ANL'1TIKS.
CAPITA I icl&o.uoo.
Samuel R. Shipley, i Richard Cadbury,
Jen miah Hackei, Henry Haines,
Joshua H Moiris, I T Vi m.ar Brown,
Richard Wood, I William C. Loniistreth,
Cbar'ea F. CoiDn.
SAMCtL a SU1PLET, President
ROWLAKO PASRT, Actuary.
orrica. C7 2B&
No. Ill S. 1'OUItTlI 8treet.
IMIWSTX INSURANCK COMPANY- O
INtOltPOHAlED 1804 CHARTER PlRPETTJAl.
No. Si WALNUT Street cupoeito tlie Ficbanve.
ln addition toMAKlNfc. and 1M.AND IN 81 RANCH
this Company Insures rom loss or Uamaiie by FIRE, on
liberal leims, On buildlnus, nierckandlae. farnltum. etc.
frr ilalied periods,, aud permanently on buLulngs. ut
i he t ompany has been tn active operation for mora
than SIX'IT YE-RS. uurlng wblcb allioaave ba bee
promptly adjusted aud paid.
Joba L. Hodge,
M. B. Mahouey,
Job . T. Lewia;
William H. Grant,
Roliert W Leauimg,
D. Clark Wharton,
La wrenee Lawla, Jr.
Benjiiium tttlns .
Thomas U. rowura,
A. R Mclleury.
Ktluiuud ( aAiil.oa,
Louis ' '. N orris.
H LCUA-KKR. rreaidant
Bamuel Wilcox, s. retarr.
FIKE INSURANCE EXCI.rKI VELY. TI1B
f ANNhTLVAMA riRK IhbVRANCE COMPANY
ln coruorated 18 Charter Perpetual No. 610 WAX
NIT Hiret t, opposite lodepeuduuca Souara
Ihik Companv, ta'orab y known to the community tor
over lorty yeara. .eoutlnua to Insure atialuat kias or
damage by Ure vo l uo luor Private Buildiuss. either
eiuiaiicnt v or Irr a limited tlrce. Alao on runutara.
tocks of Ooodsaml Alervbapdise leoerally, aa libesai
'I beir Capita., toiiether wltb large Surplus fund, st
Invested in tbe most careful manner, which aualikie
tn cm to omr to tbe Injured an anduabud seaantri
the eass OJ loss '
Daniel Smith. Jr .
1 b-imas Smlia,
I' I'irv Lewis.
J. Cllll,wl..i tall.
uanwi naniKK , jr.
DAM1K.L SMITH, Ja., PrsaliUint,
W1U.1AM . Oaowauu btcietary. 3 U
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