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THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. l'HILAlOELPIIlA, MONDAY, AfRIL 23, 18G6.
1HE ASPINWALL DISASTER. Harrow r.ttcapt Wh Im Kltro-Ul.vro rln? Pcmn narrow escapes from destruction bv tho ox plosion at Aiiuwnll are reported, duo ol tho mot remarkable was that ot tho An oilcan bri Kremlin, f the Kostun Ico Coinianv, winch lav not more than ono hundred cot aoern 01 th" European, Imine ' dintcly between her and tho Ircteht house. The brut escaped eVmost uiiinJmoi; her ock cabin was trained lew inches tint of place, while the lroight house i a comp oto roin. fortnnatelv, at the timo of the accldont only four of the oleiks connected with iho Iroiput (hum tmont in Aspinwall wero at their p. mi. Two on the wlin f were instantly killed; tho other two Mr. Uuiuliutn lO Mr. rorrnan, were in tho Irui'ht homo, Dm with wonderful presence ot nund, on sod' -f tho roof Inli )n(f, one climb' d over a car and ahcltored hi nue f in window, while tho oli or stoppod into a doorway, nd bi th wereavod. I ne ro njiml. r o( the clorks were in tho neighborhood of tho tloKet oflieo, soPintr tlie train start lor I'ai.ama, which, by cimio irood , 1'rovidonco, had ieen detained nearly lull' an hour behind time, and thns stivpd the livos ol mast ol the yonnir men aonnncted with tire troiirht oliiccs. Had they been in tne building many ot them must have perished. WHAT IB HITrtO.OLYCKTlINE f This compound, moro commonly known as blad ing oil, i8 a palo yellow oiiy liquid of 1 6 n poo i lie ra vltv, lnoiublo in water. It dues not explode by din ct fliinio, and when exploded by a limn or con cushion leaves no residue. It explodes with ereat rapidity and 101 ci', and the discoverer claims that it can Le kpt an indefinite time Without (lueomim aition. A lew dro s on an unvil dittonatos uudor li e b.ow ct a liamuiei, but the explosion is not com mun eaten beond tho drop which roemves tho b ow, nd repeated blows aro required to detonate the who e Quantity, it can bo healed to 212 dcirroes rnlirenhc.t witliont ivnitinir, but explodes at about JfiOtioprecs Kabrenheit, it in poisonous, producing . violent Lut tiMiully onlv temporary hcadiieiun. Glycerine is the sweet pnuciplo ot oil, and Is ex tensively med lor put posts ol ilio toilet. Iulhl7a lull i ol i 1'e ouzo's, M. Sebrtro", dUcovorod tuat f,ci rine, when tiea'ed with nitric acid, was con- wt ii ri i In tk hiirhltr Avnl,ula at. ,.., nAA m It ... 1. . TllHW lAJfllllHTU DUUP.HIIVUi VT 1111.11 IIO cailed nilro-jr cerme. It is oiiy, beavior than weur, joluLlo in alcohol and ether, and ae'e so row eilully on the nervous system tnat a singio droo placed on the tip 01 the tonuo will canto a violent Lenenche, which will last tor several hours. M, Noblo, a wedish enpinoor, has succodod in pi lying it to a very important brnnoli ol his an, nuim lv blasting. 1'rom ft paper adarosiod by him to the Academy ot Sciences we learn that tho c.nol dvantaite which this subetanco, composed of oue part ot jriyconue and three parts of nunc acid, pos sesses, is that it requires a much smaller hole or chamber than punpowdor dues, the siength ot the latter being scatoely one-tenth ol the former. Hence li e miner s worir, wnicn, Becoming ro the narduoas of the rock, represents tumo five to twenty times the power of the gunpowder used, is so short Uiat the cost ot blasting is olton reduced bv fifty pjr cent. The process is very easy. If the chamber ot the mine presents fissures, it mutt be lined with clay to make it watei-tiKht; this done, ti e nitro glycenuo is poured in, the water alter it, which, being the fighter liquid, remains at tho top. A slow inatoh, with a weli-charifed percussion cap at oue end, is then introduced into tho nitroglycerine. Tho mine iray tbente spmng by lighting the match; there being no need of tamping. , One volume of tho oil produces, in combustion, 664 volumes of hvdrwen, 4G!) volumes curbonio acid, S volumes oxveen, 5U6 volumes niiiogon. One ro'nme thus suddonly expands to nearly one thou and three bundled times its original spuco, pro ducins an irresi-tibi dinruptivo torco. as the ex pancivo torco is greater than that ot eunpowder, smaller holi g and lower charges will bo required. The oil is Binipl, pourod into tho drill hoi. s and wiiter-tluhtsaloty-lust attached, and tho holestopped with sand or water. It is olton pourod through water into the ho.es, and as it does not, like glyce rine, mix with water, being hcuvy, It sinks to tbe bottom and the wa'er above serves as a plu. It tho blasting oil to frozen it must be hundled with care, as an engineer in (Jermnnv found to his cost whoa trying to break up some irozen p'ccos with his pick. It could be frozen in tin cases ot proper size, and in troduced in the samo manner thai gun cotton is. lLe question whether nitroglycerine undergoes spontaneous decomposition or not id by no ineaai tettlcd. It is well known thai gun cotton.it not proj er y washed, and if exposed even to diffused light, undergoes spontaneous decomposition, and as recent instances 01 explosion iu tuis city, San Fran cisco, and now at 1'anama. are attribute l to nitro glycerine, it is neceratry 10 be cautious about storing quantities ol the oh in cities until tho mutter is suth- cieiiuy iuveuKaieu. jm. i . . Veiling J'ont. CIVIL RIGHTS. HIGHLY INPOKTAK F lrC'ISJON THE LAW KISTAINEI). Pram tne Chicago Kepublican. The case ot itarnes against Browning, the first In which the Civil itiuhts act ban been involved, hiu jnHt been deemed bv Judue Test, at Laluye to, Indi ana. As our readers may romembcr, iiarnes, a negro, Bticd liiowning, a hotel pioprietor at Lafay ette, lor a balance oue him for wagos. Drowning p'eaded that tho constitution ot Indiana forbids ne irretis to enter the Mate, and disqualifies them to make or tnlorce contraotB. ihooounsel of Barnes demurred to this detense tuat this provision ot the Constitution was onnul ed by tho Civn Rights Jaw just enacted by Congress ; and this view being sun tuined by the justices' court, the ques'ion went up to the circuit ccurt on appeal. The judgment of that eontt was rendered bv Judre Test on Saturday lust Me bo ds that the article in tho fctato Cousmution relied upon by Biowning is sot aside, not only by the Civil Kights act, Lut by the effect ot the recent anti slavery amendment to tho national Constitution. a the C.yil lughtsact baa not iel beon officially pro innlgaied, it is upon this last pround that the judg ment of ibo court in this case rests. In view of that amendment Judue Test determines that Humes is a citizen of the United States, and just as fully onali. tied as any white man to brinir a defaulting creditor to justice, any provision in the Constitution of Iu diai.a 10 tbe contrary notwithstanding. A SAFE ROBBED BY BOYS. A Tin Box Contalulutf Over 81700 Stolen Arrent of tue Thievex ana Recovery f m Portion of tbe Property. On the morninp of the 9th inst. a tin box con taininp $1400 in gold, aeold certificate for $300, $06 in Treasury notes, $15 in revenue stamps, and S305 in fractional currency (altogether of the value of $17b4-05), was stolen lrom the rafe ot Thomas Irwin's Boris, brokers, at No. 19 Broad street. It has since been ascerteined that on the morning in question two boys named Henry Ketter and John ilcCullotign, who are employed by Black & Hpauldiner, havlnjr a desk in the game room as the owners ol the property, re the thieves. McCulloueu, who was arrested soon alter the robbery, finally conlesKed that on the evening in question, on returning from the post office at 6 o'clock, they haviug by some means become possessed of tho ward which enabled them to wnqo the fastenings ot the combination lock with which the safe was fitted, entered the olhce, opened the sale, and abstracted the box containing the property. This was conveyed by the boys to the cellar of the house occupied by Henry's mother, No. 310 Worth street, and there secreted. Henry took all the treasury notes, $5 of which he gave to John, and $50 to his mother for board. The revenue stumps were sold by John lor $11, and the amount given to Henry, fcioon alter the rubbery the boys were arrested by Detective Eunice, but alter being Incarce rated lor two days, and no evidence appearing airuinBt them, were discharged. At this time the tin-box containing the money was in th-. cellar of the house above mentioned. Sergeant Cancer, ot the Filtietti (Brooklyn) Precinct, then took the matter in hand, and rearrested McCul lotiiih, and he couicsed to tbe above statement ot fuels. Iu the meantime Ketler hud made the ac quaintance ot two boys named Henry Scully and Robert llalhday, and they, by meaiis of threats ol denouncing him to the officer, learned where the box was Becreted. Alter the arrest of Ketter, when the above (acts became known Sergeant Caster searched tho house, and found that the box bud been removed. He then ar rested Scully and Hallnday on sugpicion of steal ing tne box. Tney, however, declare that they kaow nothinar about iu fcitill another b iv named James McUee, residing at No. 221 Third street, was arrested, and he states that Scully and Halladay gave him $42. which they said was part of the proceeds ot the sale ot ;hf gold. The $.j0 given by Ketter to his mother has been recovered, totrsther with $42 from MctJee $42-55 from Scully, and $12-76 from Halladay! McGee is held as a witness. The remainder of the prisoners were yenterduy committed by Jus tice ShttBdlry.--V, X. tribune. the Chinoe In Snn Frnncisco Visit to the 1'ngun Trmple. Wediippday Inst, besides being Ash Wednesday Hint Valentine day, wai the ttret ot the nrw year among tne C'hinene ol this city. I believe I have tcld you that thfi are from 6000 to 10,000 ol the moon-eed Celestials in this cliy. Among them are some very wealthy ami respectable nierchauta, and the "doings" ot the New Year holi()u3s (four day?) hove been quite interesting. Fireworks and crackers have been rattling in all parts of the city, but more especially in that pnrtof the town known as China-town, where moat ol the "Johns" reside. Many of these nieichnnls kept open house, and received their white iriends with as much dignity and cere mcny as "any other man." C'hampiiiriio and other wines were expended with liberality. ; The tcmplo was opened to all Melicun visitor who would honor them with their presence, and I, among others, "honored" them wiih a call. The building is situated in a miserable dirty alley, and is a small building, three stories in height. The first story seems to be occupied as a sleeping and fctnoking department. There were a number ol the "Johns" lingering In bliss ful repose upon tho floor, while others were en joying the luxury of asmoke. Tbe strong fumes ot opium which they smoke not having a salu tary ellect upon my olfactory organs, I was obliged to teat a hasty retreat, and forthwith niountod to the second story. All about this room wire characters In the Chinese language, briHiin.t lights wero suspended from the ceiling, uiid incense burned upon the several altars w hero were reared the gods whom they womUip. On one hide were arranged standards or poles upon which were banners. These standards were surrounded with Ucnres, carved from brass, in the hupc ot dragons and monstrosi ties of various forins. Near this was reared nn altar or ptdettal where an ugly looking animal ol the diugon species received the homage ol the "Johns." Aiotiiid the "Hnimnle'' were some bcantttul specimens of Chinese handiwork, con-sii-tins ot carved wood, embroidered work, and artilicial flowers, tbe whole being under a canopy of carved wood-work, handsomely gilded with gold, silver, and urmine. Be; ore ihis nondescript idol were placed plates containing oranges, candie, and cupa ol tea, L'lvcn as an oilering; but the gentle "pansy" with the immense mouth and open )aws touched thi m not. . In auither porion of ihc room was placed a Inrge number, one hundrpd or more, small figures carved from bracts, reprcriouting Chinese in various attitudes and postures. 1 inferred that this was some historical representation. There were severul spreads of most exquisite fmbroidery work, the figures being of tho dragon and mermaid order, handsomely wronirht in gold and silver, upon heavy scarlet silk. These were ollercd lor sale at $70 each. The third ttory is the most important one, for here in all his majesty and plory sits the "Josh" of Joshes, Tong Gee. Ho is ajoliy, fat, and seemingly a very good natured old lellow; his mouth is rather larger than is necessary for a mortal to possets, and he grins constantly. He is a wooden roan, but a great man among tbe Chinese. His complexio n Is rather darker than that oi his devotees, being ot a dark brown. Ho sports a moustache of huge size. lie also hud several piates of oranires, candies, and a pot ot tea beloie him. Whether it happened to be his lunch hour or not, 1 did not ascertain. Ho was seated under a cauopy of richly embroidered silks, carved wood-work, and artificial Chinese flowers, all arranged with thnt tnte and skill which the Chinese alone possess. There was also a piece ot embroidery work here which is the most beautiful thing I have ever seen. It w a9 made iu China, and exported to this country expressly lor the temple. As tar as my observa tions extended, 1 juaue that tho Chinese may have no service. There was a large number present, but they seemed to be as unconcerned as their visitors. Cor. Jiocliester Union and Advertiser. A convict in the Rochester Penitentiary confesses to the murder of Jonathun Ortou, iu Rochester, some time since. The statement is known to be lalse, and got up tor the purpose of obtaining notoriety; but a local paper proposes to take the rascal at his word, and hang him tor lying, nnd thus save the county the expeuse of board. PROSPECTUS OF THE CARSON GOLD MimC COMPANY. r - - CAPITAL STOCK.. ..5r500,OOOi 2WMBKR OF SHAKER 50,000. Far Value and Subscription Price, $10. nCEEISG CAPITAL, $50,000. O F F ICEE S: rF.EBIEENT, COLONEL WILLIAM B. THOMAS. SECRETARY AND TREASURER, pro tem, J. HOPKINS TARE. SOLICITOR, WILLIAM L.. HIRST, ESQ. DIRECTORS, COLONEL WILLIAM 13. THOMAS, CHARLES S. OGDEN, EDWIN MIDDLETON, ALEXANDER J. nARrER, WILLIAM BERGER. The Lund of this Company consists 01 about 120 Acres, in ii ecklonLurg county iorth CarvlUin, about 83i milts irom the tovio ot Charlotte. On this property fifteen shafts or pltJ hive been opened and sunk to various oeptlia, lrom iu to be luet, Uuuiou etratluK the ealsterjce oi three parauei veins ot ore of about 2 Htt Iu widtb and about 16 itet apart, converging to a cornu on centre at the depth ot about 150 teet, loiin ln one immense macs or vein 01 ore, extending- In leupth through ,he property more than halt a mile. ILeie are nito on this property otlier veina oi ore unex plored 11 these ores are known as the lirownurea, and are verv neb. yielding an average ol uuout200 per ton in gold, the above results havlnn leeu demon strated liy the rude working of the mines lorseveral years pant, the rh-k oi Investment In undeveloped pro perty Is not incurred, and by the application ot modern mining and reuutiuk machinery tbe ompunv aatielpate an Immediate and lariie return for their money. ilavlns on ore that readily ylo ds $21)0 per ton, some estimate can be made ol the value of his property. With the present impelled sj stem ol miuUig. ten tons of this oie can be taken out and reduced daily troui every shalt opened, at an expeuse not exceeding $25 per ton. leav ing a net dany prolii of f 175V toreacu shalt worked by the Company The large woiklng capital reserved Will enable the Company at ence to procure ana erect the bent modem machinery lor manipulating the ores, by means of which the yield will be la jily increased. These mines, whilst they produce ores richer than those ol (Joloiado or Nevada, have many advantages, over tliein. particularly in an abundance i.f lul and cheap labor and the lacillty with which they ean be worked durirg in., tnilie year; whilst those ot Colorado and Nevada can oniy be worked during the warm weather. A test assay or. an average specimen of the ore from the Carson Wines was made as lute as the 27th of January ot the preseut year, as will apooar ftoin the fol lowing certilicate oi rioiesnorn Booth and Uarrelt. the Aasayersol UiefhilkdeluhlaUiiMi . rmiAMLi-HiA, January J7, 1866. learBlr: We have carciuUv 8Bayel the sample of ore iroin -.Carson -Mine," North Carolina, and rliid It to yield ten ounces nliio penny eights ol pure gold to the ton of ore. 'J be coin value la therefore iJS Oi per tou oi ore. Yours, respectfully. KOOTH A OAHRETT. BlM B. Tatlob, No. 04Wanut street fuUud. Subscriptions to the Capital Stock will be rroeived at the Ortlce of the ( ompany, o. 407 WALHtj'r sjtreet where samples ol the oris may l (KB, and luUioioruia tjc.nn.lvtu. jij MISCELLANEOUS. QKOIIGE PLOWMAN, CAlll'KNTKll AND BUILDER No. 232 CARTER Street And No. 141 DOCK Street. Machine Woik and Wlllwrlghtlng promptly attends M REVENUE STAMPS, RF.VKNUE STAMrS Kf VtliUI STAMFB, , Of all descriptions, Ot all descriptions. Always on hand, Alwavs on hand. AT TTOTtFXCE KFWIVO VACHIMK CO. '8 OFFICE. AT FLOhEM'K HJ-.WIMJ M CHINE C'O.'tt OFFICE No. 6.10 ( HE 8 MIT Mreet, No. t.80CHKNET Strept, One door below Ppyentn street. One door below Peventh street. The most liberal discount allowed Tbe most litie ral discount allowed. J?iTLEH, WEAVER & CO., MANUI-.ACTCKER8 OF i Manilla and Tarred Cordage, Cords Twines, Etc., No. 2S Worth WATFRPtrcet and No. 22 North Di. LAWABK Avenue, FniLAliELI'IIIA. IbWlK B. FlTI.FR, MtOTtAEL W'EAVEB, ( OKBAP F. CLOTIIIEK. 2 14 5 C. PERKINS, LUMBER MKIIC1IANT Successor to K. Clark, Jr., No. 324 CHRISTIAN STREET. Constantly on band a large and varied assortment of Building; Lumber. 6 24$ CORN EXCHANGE BAG MANUFACTORY. JOHN T. B A 1 I. r. t A C O., No. 113 X. FRONT and ko. 114 N. WATER Street. Fbiiadulphla. I'EALEHS IN B Ai.8 A ND BAGGING t every descilption. for Cialn, Flonr, 8a:t, Super P hophate of Ltme, Bono Dust, Ktc. Larce and small GUNNY BAGS canstantly on band. ? '"ij Also, WOOL SACKS. Joun T. Bailky. James Cascades. 1 REVENUE STAMPS, REVENUE STAMPS. X REVENUE STAMPS, ' Of all descriptions, Ot nil descriptions, Always on hand, T FLOEFXCK PKWING MACHINE?. "of FICK AT FLORENCE PEWlKU MACU1NE CO.'S OFF1CK No. 6.10 CHEKNUT Street, No. 6Jtl CHfcsNUT Street! One door below Seventh street One enor lielow Peventh street. The most liheral discount allowed. The most liberal discount allowed. T. J. U c G U I G A N, Importer and Wholesale Dealer n FANCY GOODS, NOTIONS, Eto, FIREWORKS, FLAGS, Etc MATCHES AND BLACKING, NO. a HTKAWUKHltY 8TRKET, First Street above becond between Uarketand Ohesnut. I i 1'HILADEU'HIA. COTTON AND FLAX SAIL DUCK AND CANVAS, oi all numbers and brands. Tent Awnlnir. Trunk, and Wapon-i over Duck. Also, Paper Slanutacturers' Drier Felts, from one to seven feet wide; I'aulin. Belting, hail Twine, etc JOHN VV. EV HUMAN Co.. 8$ No. 1U3 JONES' Alley. WILLIAM S . GRANT, COMMISSION MERCHANT. No. 33 8. DELAWARE Avtuuo, Philadelphia AGENT FOH Dnprnt's Gunpowder, Refined Nitre, Charcoal, Etc. W. PakerA Co 's Chocolate. Cocoa, and liroina. CrorKcr Bros. & Co.'s Yeilow Mttal bheathlng, Bolts, and Nails. 4 LEXANDER tT CATTELL & CoT PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 26 NORTH WBARVES, AND No. 27 NORTn WATKIt STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 2 2 ALEX Alt DEB O. CATTELL. ELIJAH O. CATTELL IIE OLDEST AND LARGEST SADDLE AND HARNESS MANUFACTURING ESTABLISHMENT IN THE COUNTRY. LACEY, MEEKER & CO., No. 1216 CHESNUT STREET, OFFER OF THEIR OWN MANUFACTURE; BUGGY HARNESS, from 22'50 to 9150 LIGHT BAROUCHE do 60 00 to 350 HEAVY do do 75 00 to 600 EXPRESS, BRASS MOUNTED HARNESS 2760 to 90 WAGON AND SELF-ADJUSTING 16 U0 to SO STAGE AND TEAM -do 80 00 to 60 LADIKb' SADDLE, do 12-00 to 150 GENTS' do do 81)0 to 75 Bridles, Mountings, Bits, Rosette. Horse Coven Blushes, Combs, Poapa, Blacking, Ladies and Gents Travelling and Tourist Sags and Backs, Lunch Baskets Dressing and Shirt Cases, Trunks and Valises. 6mrp No. 121Q CHESNUT ST. JJOWELL & BROTHERS, S. IV. Corner NINTH and CHESNUT, Are Manufacturing their New Styles of TAPER HANGINGS FOR SPRING,' And Samples and Lots of New Uoo6V are now coming in from their manufactory, which, with a iresh importation of FREICII DESIGNS, are ready for the Inspection ot their customers. - . The increased facilities of their new and moro ex tensive Factory enable them to jroduco much hand somer and finished styles.' IMITATION ' FRESCO DESICJNSl I .... FOB . Parlcrs, Entries. Ceilings, Etc. Etc.," FRErARED 419 thsrulsi ' I IIIALLTINGE .LIGHT. - :". I. Paragon Oil and Safety lamps.. BRIGHT LIGHT-THREE HOCKS-ONE CENT No cblmney I No smoke I No grease. " ' , , Sold by Inventors, '- KELLY' & NEEL, No. 011 MARKS'! Street. AGENTS WANTFD. Also, Denleis in Hoaiis and Coal OH. Machinery Oil ; warranted nt to kuui or chill. tl'2A per galion. i 15 RESTAURANT ON THE EUltOPEAN PLAN Finest old and new ALE8, at 6 cents pemlass. GOOD ONE-DIME EATING BAB. The choicest Liquors always on hand, i No. 633 CHESNUT 8TKHET. s'lOlm HEKKY BECKEBManagef. IOR 8ALE STATE AND COUNTV R1GI1TS of Capewell A Co.'s Patent Wind Guard and Air Heater for Coal Oil Lamnsi it prevents the Chimneys lrom breaking. Ibis we will warrant. Also save one third the oil. Call and see tin m they eost hut tea cents. No, 203 RACE btreet. Philadelphia. Sample sent to any pait tif lbs V'nlted tttates on receipt of it cent. 1 10 COAL. QNE TRiAL SECURES YOUll CUSTOM WHITNEY & HAMILTON, LEHIGH, SCHUYLKILL, AND BITUMINOUS COAL, No. 935 North NINTH Street, Above Poplnr, rant Kld. 4 7 JAMES O'BRIEN, DEALER III LtflllUH AND SCJIUTLKILL COAL, lir CARGO OR SINGLE TON. Yard, Bread Street, lelow Fitrwater. Eae constantly on hand a competent snnply of th above superior Coal, suitable lor faniLy use, to which be calls tho attention of his friends and the pnllic senernlly. Otdbi lcfi at Ho. 206 8. Jfl th street. Ko. 82 8. Seveiitoeuth street, or through Dc8)ii.tcb or Post Ofllce, pron fitly at't ndcd to A RUri filOU ijVAUlX OK BLACKSMITHS COAL. 7g j SHIPPING. rffFft HAMILL'8 PASSAtJE OFFICE. JUUSMT "ANCHOR LINE 0 8 I KA JM R8," TTlBF.IIA. "COHJiiltlA, CALKl.OMA." T V. rlHlA., '1 K1TANNIA," "INDIA." Stesm to L1VEK1 OOL I.ONDONDFBHY, BELFAST. DCBLIN NEWHY, C01.K. AJ.D ULndGUW. RiTE. OF I'ASAGK. n PAYABLE IN 1'Al'Elt CCKBENCY. iHK paid ck ihiateh tfjncd for bringing out pasteokcrs irom the above points at LOWJK KATES THAN ANY OTHER LINK. AIpo. to nnd Ircm ALL MAJIOKH ON THE IKISII RAILWAYS. SPECIAL N Ol'ICK rasper.gers will tiike particular no'iee tint tbe Ancfcor l ine" is the onlv line crmninu tin o tub ilckets at the nbove rates, from Philadelphia to the rointH neiiKii above, end that the undersigned lit the only iU Iv Buthorked Agent In I hiindlphia. Apply to W. A lUHir.L, Eole Agent for "A NCHOK LINK." t 1' No. m WALNUT Street. r rXlZ?.S r 0Ii iNEW YOl-.K. PHILADEL-atmdcia.-4dolph' Stoam Propeller Comnany D suuicu swiiisnre Lmes.viii Dulnwure and Karltun Catml, leaving dm yat 12 31. and 5 P. Ai., cuunettiug. with all Nortlu ru fciid Eaxtern linia. For lrei. lii. vihlcb wM he ttken upon accommodntlna terms, ajply to V ILLIA M Jl. JiA Hil) & ( O., 3 18 No. 1M 8 DELAWARE Avenue rAnT!,N FOR HARTFORD CONx!, - L direct, vln tne Delaware and Karltan Liumi. Jhe steamer "SUAN," t aptaiu Vandeveeif now loading- at second wlmrt below Spruce street, will leave w ith despatch. Rules low. Apply at No. 132 S. DJ-LAWARE Avonue. 4 21 at . WILLIAM M. BAIRD & CO. TO SI11P CAPTAINS AND OWNERS. THE X undersigned having leased the KENSINGTON f-CREW Dot K.begs toiu orm bis fnenas and Uie patroni ol the Dock thut be In nrepsred with Increased facilities to accon, modaie those having vesse s to be raised oi repaired, and being a prac leal shlp-carponter and caulker, wl 1 give personal attention to tbe vessels n trunteo to bin tor repairs. Cantuins or Agents. tbip Carpenters, and machinists having vessels to repair, are solicited to call. Hiivlng tbe agency for tbe sate of Wctterstedt's Futtnt .Vletullic ( onipositlou" lor t opper Faint for the pierurvation of vesvels' bo'toms. for this elty, I am pre paid to lurnUh the same on 'avornble terms. JOHN H. UAMVITT, . . Kensington Horew Dock, iU DELAWARE Avenue, above LAUREL Street. DYEING, SCOURING, ETC. PENUI STEAM SCOURLYG ESTAI3LISII1S1ENT, No. 510 RACE Street. We beg leave to draw your particular attention to our new French Htem Scouting 1 .talihclin ent thaflrntanj only one oi Its kind In this city. Vt e flo not d,ve, but br a iben.ital process ne ore Ladles', Hint enien's, aw Children'. Garments to their oiiglnal suites, wluiou injuring thi in in ti e least, while gieat experience and the best n acblnery from France enable us to warrant penect satislactton to ail who may lavor us with their patronage. LADIES' DREi-heh of ever, descuption, with or witbeut 'Jrimm'ngs, are cleaned and -flnhhed without being taken apart, whether the color Is genuine or not. Cpera Cloaks and Mantillas. Curtains. Table Covers Carpets Velvet Ribbons, Kid Glove, eto.. cleaned and rennlsbed in tho Lest manner, (-eu lemen's Summer and Winter Clothing cleaned to perlecti n without In jury to the stut) AiSO Flags and lsanneia All kinds of stains r moved without e eaniug he whole All orders are executed under our inn. filiate supervision and satisfaction guaranteed in every Insiance. A rail and examination ol our process Is reiptctlully solicited. ALBKDVLL & MARX, 3 12 nubs No MO RACE Stteet VEW YORK DYEINO AND PRINTING IV ESTABLISHMENT, Staten Island, No. 40 N. EIGHT HMreet This Lt mpauy, so long snd favorably known In New York tor the past torty-slx veais have opened an oftlot as above Ladies' and gentlemen's r aruiems and wear lug ajiparel ol every kind Uvea id Giesned in tbe mosf pei fit nianner Stains and spots removed lrom garment! withoui being tipped. Aierchtma having goods or undesirable eolorsenn have tbein red ed in t uui riorstvle 1 it mwi3m U II E K A I THE INFALL1BLEJIAIR RESTORATIVE. THIS IS NO HAIR DYE. 1 F C IJ1MEN SF SUCCESS with wbtcb this prepara tlos has met duiing iliei-bort liu.o It has been heiore the public, tits li.uuced the thoucandn and teua ol ttiou sanuswbo have n "ed and attested lis virtues to pro nounce H the ONLY and I KU1. Uair Restorative The Eureka has been Introduced into all the principal oltlex both Fast aDd West, and having talthluhy perionned all thai is claimed lor It, bat superseded all oiber Hair Pre parations T he I ureka restores G rev Hair to Its oiiglnal color; prevents tbe hair from tailing out, br causing a healthy condition of tbe scalp, imparting to tbe hair a aol nesB and g.oxs. and y ulblul appearance that no other Hair preparation can produce. The Eureka Is tree from all Impurities or poteen ou i drugs and can be use without S' iltng scalp or hands, lanuiaciured an sold wholesale and retail by ROBERT tISUER, Sole Agent, No. 25 N. FIFTH Btreet, St Louts, Mo. Agents for Pennsylvania, DYOTT & CO., No. WIS SECOND Street, Philadelphia. 20mw3m pArEIl HANGINGS, FRANCIS NEWLAND & SON, No. 53 North NINTH Street. WALL PAPERS, WINDOW SHADES, DECORATIONS. ETC. i 81m AT QUEBN'8 NEWS STAND, 8. W. corner SEVENTH and CHEBN CT Streets, DAILY AND WEEKLy'i'aP? Rfl , UAGAZ1NE. ' May beobtainedrtcunentrate.00118'!! CARPFTfNG??, Ac (ARrETINGS i CAIU'ETINGS ! AT iu:tait,. McCAIIlMS, CREASE & SL0AJ., Xo. 519 CHESM'T Street, CPPOSlT IflMPEKDEMCE tTALT., Beg leave to inlorm the public that thev have now open their SPUING STOCK OF CARPETIN SEW AND CIIOICK DtSIGNS Pcicign and Domestic Manufacture, Which thry Oder at prices corrcspondlnn with THE DECLINE IN COLD. FRENCH AND ENGLISH AXM1NS1 EH. ENGLISH ROYAL WILTON. VELVETS, ALL WIDTHS. SUPERIOR ENGLISH BRUSSELS. TAFkS'IRY ENGLISH BE USSELS. LOYAL WILTON VELVET, BRUSSELS. AND TAPESTRY CARPET. We oficr the ahovo in all widths, with bordors Tor IJ all.- and fetalis. AIko Tmporial Threw-l'ly Carpet lCxtrn !StijiTtlii Ingrain. JUST RECL1YED, W HITE, EED, CnECKED. AND PANCV Canton Matting, Of ALL WIDTU8. McCallnms, Crease & Slcan, No. 510 ClIKSNUT Street, OrrOSITE INDEPENDENCE HALL. 13241 mm QAKrETIN GS ! CAHPETINGS ! Reduced to Tresent Gold Prices. J. T. DELACHOIX, No. 27 South SECOND Street, ABOVE CIILSNUT, Has received per late arrivals, 200 PIECES J. CROSSLEV & SONS' , UUUSSEJ.S OA It P E TIN CI H NEW AND ELEGANT PATTERNS. Also, a large line of THREE-1 LY EXTRA SUPER AJ.D FINE INGRAIN CARPETS, DAMASK AND VENETIAN STAIR AND HALLCARPEHNG3. COT. TAGE AND RAO CARPETS. OIL CLOTHS, SHADES, ETC , which will be sold low In consequence ot the full in Gold. J T. DELACROIX, No. 37 South SECOND Street, 4121m Between Chesnut and .Market it QLEN ECHO MILLS,' GERMAN TOWN, PA. McC ALIOS, t'KEASE & SLOAN, nannfactnrem, Importers, and Whole sale Dealers in CARPETINGS, OIL CLOTHS, MATTINGS, Etc. WAREHOUSE, No. 5C9 CHESNUT STREET, . Ol'POBlTS TEX STATE HOURS, Philadelphia. It ETA Hi DEPARTMENT, 3 6 3mrp No. 019 CHESNUT STREET. QARPETINGSI LEEDOM & SHAW A re now opening a fall assortment ot Foreign and Domestic Carpets. These goods will ba sold at tbe LOWEST CASH PRICES, to col respond with the FALL OK GOLD, No. 910 ARCH Street. 3 ? 1m ' ; ABOVE NINTH TEAS, Oto. A NEW INVOICE OF OOLONG TEAS. 7 FOR SALE AT THE Market Street Tea Houne. BOYD & CO., 4 9 mwfltr. No. 1142 MARKET btreet. ri'EAS KKDUCED TO 1, AT INGRAM'S I. '1 ea WarehonKe. No. 43 8. SECOND Street. "l)OASTF D COFFEE REDUCED TO 30 CT?. J at IN GRA Al'b Tea. Warehouse, No. 4s 8. bKt ONl) 8 tree t. 40 C. BEST MILD COFFEE, AT INGRAM'S 'l ea warehouxe, No. 43 8. (SECOND Street HTEA9 AND COFFEES AT WLIOLKyAL. 1 prices, at INGHAM'S Tea Warehouse, No. 41 ?. SECOND Street Try them. rREEN COFFEES FROM 22 TO 28 CTS. A J round at INGHAM'S Tea Warehouse. No. 4 S SECOND Street iryiliein. Us BBIDE8BDEO MACHINE WORK9, orncE, Ho. IS. EHONT 8TBEET, PHILADELPHIA. We are prepared to nil ordars to anr extent for obi well known MAt Ul.NKBY POH COTTON AD WOOLLEN MI 1. 1 A ncluding all reeeut Improve uieuw Id Caruliur SDlnuing and eavicK. w e Invite tbe attention of manufacturer, to oar ! .I.eworis. AUWUZWIQ. DRY GOODS. Ko. 49 North EIGHTH Street, Have Jnt opened a complete stock o Sl'lSINO ClOODS, COXSISTING Ot LACES, EMBROIDERIES, AND FAKCY GOODS. ' WiO pice r plain and str'ped Jaconets, the newest styles Fhlrre d and Tucked Muslins, which we are oflorlng at low prices. tOo dozen Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, at old prices 25, in. 40, snd Wi cents. A lull sMoriment of the neweHt drulim LACE COL LA l.S and COLLAKLT'lES, lrom 11 cents np to 10. GLOVER GLOVES. A complete line of .lot VI N Kill GLOVRS. to which we Invite attention, which we oiler at low figures. GADRIELLE SK1KTS. OABRIEI.LE SKIRTS. The newest, most desirable, and stylish Skirts now worn. TI CKETi SKIRTING, cbeap and desirable article or ieous wetr. $n No. 1024 CI) KM IX HTHEK1. 1666. Spring Importation. 18G6. E. INI. NEEDLES. das jreroPKNFD . 1C00 FIKCES WHITE GOODS, ;, in ri.AiN, FAcr. strited ilatd and Hmred Jncouets. Cambrics Nalnnook, blmluna, Muil. and other Muatra. eomprlning a niost cc niniotc Moek, to wtlch the attention ot purehaners In solicited, as they are o tiered at 'arte miiiiiiuj irom last nKABUK a l'KlCtb. I IPO pieces SHIRRED M CL1NS forBodle. li.ll piece 1 lvl i S In all varieties of styles and price ronilOc to SI 'SO. i 301' PARIS UOIf Fr.HED KIRTS, newest stylos, of my own luipottatton. I 'JjHHit liUCKaP"! fQT -Olif Ms U O 1' K 1 N S I'OO KiZO HOOr-KlRT OXo Manufactory. Jo. t ARCH Street, Above Six' b Stieet, Philadelphia. Who ei-Mle and Retail. Our SFsortmrnt emhruces all the new and deslrahln ft leu m il aizeK. ot every length and size waist tor Ladles. MIukcs. and children. Ihoeol "Ol It CHA AilKE" arc sujv nor In nnlih are vvtnl.i i.p to any other Skiit made, and wananted to five ftidartion. e klrts made to order altered and repaired. 4$ MILLINERY, MANTUA-MAKING, &o ror; ciiesnut stuck t.- iU Vi'e are piepurcd to oiler TO WHOLFSALE aM BKTAIL UUYER3 OUit SI LtNDlI) MOCK MILLINERY ANL STRAW GOODS, ' '' AT A VERT LAI? HE K EDUCTION FUtiM KKIENT fUlt'ES. Our "fork mcltidos all the latest shapes of SI HAW HA1S, STRAW BONNETS. AXI) OYPSIES. BONNET MATFKIAf.S OF EVERY KIND, IN EV FRY SHADE. ruimoNs ALL WIDTHS AND COLORS, IO MATCH MATKIilALS USE LACE-. ILLUSION N E S. Etc. Ktc. ARTIFK IAL FLOWEKS. OF mE CHOICEST AND MOaf DESIRABLE STY L VS. Wo col cit an Inspection of or stock, and do not doubt that lor coutple'euosa ot HHiortraent and modo rutton ot , rice it cannot bo equalled. Give us a call. WEYL k ROSENHEIM, 4 13 fmw 12t No. 720 CHESNUT Street. fp- BONNETS ! BONNETS ! BONNET OPENING, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28. E. P. CILL St, CO., 3 2T lin No. T:0 ARCH Street. MRS. K. DILLON, Nos. 323 and 331 SOUTH Street, Has a handsome assortment of PPRIKG MILLISERY Misses' and Imams' liais and Caps, Silks, Velvets, (rapes Ribbons. Feathers. Flowers, frames, eto. f 164m HOOP SKIRTS. DUPLEX S K I It T FASHIONS FOB 1800. BRA DLEY S D UPLEX ELLIP 1 1C (OR DOCBLE SPRING) HOOP SKIIIT. Each Hood of this PECULIAR SKIRT Is compoHed ol two nrij,-,n,.,rrtf ttrn nr.hg. braidea TIGHTLTand niiKLY together kdgb to edck. tomnng at ouoe the hi ROhGEM'l and most FLEX I HLE bOOP made. T hey will not bekd or BkiAK like lue sIuhic sprlnRS, bnt will eveb fhEHEHvs Ibeir vmwi auu bkautiki.i, , shape where three or lour ordinary skirts will nave been thrown away as useless , 'l heir w. n rtul fi xibtmy adds greatly to tbe ooh . FOKT and COKVEMEKCa besloeil giving IMBNSEPLEASI'KB to thv wrakeu, as will be furtcaiarg txperunceilby C ladies attendlpc cnud d rtoftient, lain, operat. tic. In fact lor the iromenode. or . we, the church, tlua ire, or ear they are i ksi hashed, combining oumvobt, Dt'EABit.iTT and Fcotiour, with that ileoamoe ol shape v which has made the DrPLEX ELLIPTIC THE STANDARD HKIRT OF THE FASHIONABLE WORLD. Manufactured exclusively bv the SOLE OWNERS ot 1 aient, WKSSTS, DKADLKY t OAltY No. CHAMBERS and Nos. 79 and 81 READE Pts., SEW YORK Merchants will be supplied as above, and by Pblladel pha .lother. ' FOR HALE in all Fibst class Retail Stores in this CITY. Inquiieior iUSiuip BRADLEY'S DUPLEX ELLIPTIC BK1BT. . J3 II A I) L E Y s DUPJ.liX ELl-tPTIO HKIUT ' ComblElng Durability with tiei;ance ot shape. New Spring Styles Jiut received. J. M. HAFLiEIQlf, S10 2m No m CHESNUT Street. l1UDL E Y ' S DTJl'l.KX L:IJjI1"11C SKIIIT, Most tubblouable snd popular Iu use. Forsaleby . J. O. MAXWELL & SON, 3 102m 8. E. corner FLEVENTH tnd CHESNUT ; MARK I AGE GUIDE,. BY DR. WILLIAM YOUNG. MARRIAGE CIIPE, by DU. MM. YulING. lU.lJiKIAliI. 1)1 ll)t, Iy I'll. marriage guile by dk. wm. MaUH iCk 1.1 lliH. I.r I'll WM. OUNG. YOUNG. YOU Mi. XuUI IAI.'K 1, mill hi 1)11 WM YOUNG. MAKKloUE t.I'IDE. by 1R. WM. YOUG. MARRIAGE GUI HI', by UK. Wv orSG. J1AKR' AGE GllI'K, ly UK. WM. YOIIM). JlAHhlAi.t: CUD, by DK. WM. TOUSU. M ARRIaGK Gl'IDK "There are moro tilings 'twixt nemtniiij earth, Uoratlo, than are dreamt of to our 1 'ilet'tio j'nnii man enter the ob lira' Ions of married life Without reacilni; every pane o 1R YOU.vGSMaR RIAG CUI Et or. hvev One His Own Doctor. It dwclofes ia,-t thai every oue should he acniiatnti d wltlu li coutaina one hundred eugraviuKa. expiahilnv the ana toi.v ot the bumau cyHiem. hotti male and lemale. whb useiu uiiorma'ton ihatevety oue should know. Price. W cents. 8old at dk. W JI I IA YOUNG'S OFFICE, I 17 C "ko. 416 HtBUCE Ktreet. above Fourth. THE STAMP AGENCY. NO. ft04 CHERNOl BTREET, A HOVE. THI Hi), WILL BE CON TJLBICE JJ HAND AM IS AJi AMOUNT. 11 lj"