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THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, APHIL 24, 18G6.
LETTER FROM JOHN IIITCHEL. Mexico Th Nnlllttnl mwlon-mwnU of II French Troops to KvaciifttA Ditte Ylxtd Aliriiilti not Contnt-Wiill Wlsb a, War wllh Amr-rtcn AnHtrln to Stntl Troop to Mxto II aa Tfeett or Her Troopa at noma Dlimnrk itnd Karolyl Jleltlteri AnMrla nor Prnwla dolus; o War Hotli PreparluK Smaller Powtm England French Klecilona I.abonlKe IIok (nil Trl" ctilno?Coiunilaa loners' Iteport Pamh, April C The Huron Snillard' has re turned to 1'iiris, alter uuvins accomplished his niisstoti to Mexico. The Monilrur hns iiunounccd ofliclally "that, in consequence ol . communica tions which liave been ex hanged, between M. Danio, French Minister In Mc.iio, Marshal Bit zninc, and the Mexican Government, the Em peror has dec di d that the French troops are to evacuufc Mexico in three detachments ; the tirst detachment is to take its (lepatuue In Novem ber, 1HUG; the scond in March, 18i'7: and the third in November ot the samo year." The Alvniteur adds that some additional financial arrangements have been concluded, which alter or modify the financial defilement con tamed in the 'treaty ot Mirumur; and which are intended to furnish new punmnteej for tho claims for the French Government and citizens, bo, in little less than eiehtpen months, if no new complication arie, the lat French soldier Khali have quitted tue noil of Mexico. The French, in general, seem pleased with the an nouncement that there Is at least to be an end to the Mexican expedition. The Dchata Indeed, most veiiemous of all the opposition , pape of France, finds in the announcement a subject ot discontent. It would have the army recalled at once, this very month, and wonl 1 leave Maximilian, and the French Holders ol Mc-ican bonds and all others who are concerned, to pet out of the alfuir as best they can. It thinks the term ot eighteen month too long; espresso the Lreulcst appreheuuns that probaoly cir cumstances may arise within these eighteen months to engage the Interests or tho honor of France still further, and In fact lndcrinitcly; and points out that the oilicial announcement does not declare that the actual treaty has been made, binding the French Government to bring off its troops, but only that iu consequence of certain "communications" the Emperor has come to that decision ; so that, savs the Dt'hatK, he may change his decision according to events. The otlicial journal only mentions what are his present intentions. In all this there are the bad faults of the invete rate Urleauist taciiou. The circumstance which this Journal tbmks may aru-e. and which it alliens to foresee, are nothing else than an attack upon Maximilian's empire by the Americans, im patient of the eighteen months' delay; and its language may be interpreted as an invitation, or provocation, to the United Stati s to make sucn an attack, by way of basteninir, as it were, the retirement of the remaining French trooos. Distrust these Orleanists and their orcaus. ' It seems hard lo say of any party of French men, tout it i9 impoi-sible to hcip believing that they regard the Mexican question, and every other question of foreitrn policy ol France, not from a French but from an Orleanist point of view, only to involve the Imperial Government in sonie unpopular war, in hopes of hurling tho present dynasty from power, and bringing back those exiles from England. Everything concurs to prove tie Emperor's real anxiety to have done with Mexico at the earliest possible moment consistent with his engagements; and my belief is that the evacuation of that country will be regularly and elfec tuullv accomplished in the specified time, pro vided France be not driven to the wall by American agerression, whereot, I trust, there is now no chance. In lact, those who Know both America and France well know tnat a war be tween the two countries would be equally unpo pular in both. It would be ruinous also to great political and social interests throughout tho world, and I will frankly avow that one chief reason why 1 canuot endure the ttiougnt ot it is that would enormously acgrandize the wealth and power of England, and reduce Ireland tj despair lor another half century. I believe I have suid something of all this before, but the enormous interests at stake will excuse me lor dwelling upon it again, iu a cor respondence intended for American readers. In the meantime, it tennis really- true thai Austria is beetirrintrherselt a little Willi a view of sustaining her Mexican Emperor. The tele graphic news received from Vienna on the 3d contains, among other things, this: "Accord ing to a publication made by the War Depart ment, the enrolments of troops from Mexico will take place each year, from thres months to three months, from 1S6IJ to 1870, inclusive." So that the said enrolments are now actually in progress; and the Austrian Government hope to toe able, as tho French soldiers are withdrawn, to supply their placet witn Croats, Hungarians, and Bohemians. Be it so. Franco oiice well out of it, let the Croats come ! ' But Austria is likely to have use for all her Croats nearer home, and that soon. Atl'airs be tween that power and Pruspia have come to a point which seems to admit of no other solution than battle. Since the circular of M. de Bis nitirk, calling on the smaller German powers to choose their partv, and the diplomatic note of the Austrian Count Kurolyl, Minister at Berlin, protci-tiiig against the armament of Prussia, and ueciurng that Austria means no war, and will not muse any attack, but will insist upon the eleventh articlo, and not yield au inch, there has been no other otlicial corres pondence; but the Government organs on each side are eagerly proving in . Berlin, that Austria was the beginning of this war ' in Vienna, that Prussia was. They seem on both sidps to be conscious that war must come, and are only anxious to shin oil" the responsi bility, each upon the other. Each denies that it is making any military preparation; and all inxnkind knows that boiu are doing so on a vast scale. They are not binua t ieir thumbs at one another; but the.v are "biting ihrir thumb, sir." They resemble Moliere's "Dim Juan", when he wus challenged by his wile s brother. ' "Heaven forbid thai 1 should tig'a with you but I will bo walking presently in that .'oiiely lane which )ais to the ereat convent, and u'you attack me, we shall, see. Iu the mciiut.iuie the sum mons ot Prussia to the sui.'ller; German Eowers is ge nerully but coldly received, little Hesse-Di'.ruiBia It hns just replied, that Bhe, IIcsse-Duimt'tuUc twitU her eleven thousand men or so, will, m case of-war, take part airulust that power inch first disturbs tho peace ot Germany. Others imvc given a simil tr answer; others si ill sav tuey hold to the strict executiou of art e'e eleven la the matter of Hie. Elbe Duchies that is lo t ay, they sidij with Austria. These thiiia liiieut make M. de Bis mars reflect a little, if h- we not sueu a head strong and impi'i'ioas cliutv.cter. England, too. according to her usu:'.l ciwtoui, is trying tn devise a sort ot indirect p. A covert interference. Queen Victoria has $ent tue Duke of L'oburg to hound the Germ iu Count, t.,,,1 try to rind some basis ol conciliation. Lut nobody iu Gwmauy minds Fniiland. They ,ll it.jw nor commercial motives and pecuiiiarvprhicinlf and have lost all re.-pect lor her ancient com mental prestige, which indeed uus sunk to notiiiin. A pa'niihl-t jut published here, entitled Napoleon m nnd Prus sia, is the wirk ot soun; one altogether m the Prussian interest, it di eii.-ses tUu powers and interests ol the several European powers, and points out, that France is the only useful ally that Prussia cauh ive. As for England, the writer dismisses her with cnu'eiipt; she can do nothing: dares d' uolL in .-,hp barely desert.-ii i the Danes (thio Primtian bclongiuir to one of the nations wtncu uttucueu una despoiled 1pu- iittirk, can thus taunt Er.glaud wittu suifenng iiuchan outrage!) Au I the writer dils, tuut on the Continent of Europe there is noth'tig to lirpe or to tear from i-.n. iaiiu, seetnif tuat slu hati the Fenians ready to ..i'iuz ul her torout, It is very boot'niiiL' to tho weihrciiulate l miud to find Great Britain thus lulling into ( uuive.'sal r.iiiiteuint. ! Polities in France concern rates itself in the anaroachiuir election lot the iiai Rhiu, at Sine hi!Tr. The 'Liberal" candidate Is M. Laboulaye. ol the Instate. His opponent is M. do Bussicrre. nmrf't't Incumbent, but who ba resigned with a vic i1! PI Pallid? to the electors upon a lute vote of his in the Chamber. He voted acraint the amendment of tho "Forty -Mix," asKlng tor more bborty; and as this was nepresentod as a breach ot faith with his constituents (who elected him as a hheial) he resimied, and asks their s-iffraees again. Of course de U sus tained by the Government Influence; while M. LabouViyc, as usual, is supported by a coalition of all shades of opposition, Republicans, Or leanists, Ileurl-Ciniiuistfl. In nil the French elections my sympathies go, as a ireneral rule, with the supporters of tho Government. In this case 1 the more fervenily hope for the de feat of Laboulaye, inasmuch as lie was, during the whole course oi our Confederate struggle, a bitter, active, and unscrupulous enemy ot the Confederacy. This reason of mine will, I know, seem to many ol your readers a very bad reason. So tiiey can take it lor what it is worth. 1 hope you arc not troubling yourselves over there ubout trichinosis. It is a matter of little or no consequence. The French Government lately sent two learned commissioners to Ger many to examine into the alfuir and make a re port. They were Monsieur Delpech, Professor of the Faculty of Medicine at Paris, and Kegnal, Prolessor in the great Veterinary establishment at Alfort. They have returned and published their report. It appears by this report that tho cases of disease produced by trichinm in the hog population itself, are a very small percent age. For example, in Hanover, during twenty oue . months, oi 25,OOU hogs there were but eleven aflectcd. In Brunswick tho proportion was greater l(i out of 14,(i.m. The cases of human beings attacked by the trlchine are also, it seems, very few. mi the whole. The causes of these latter, say the' Commissioners, may be traced to the dirty habit common in Germany of devouring raw bacon, or sausages imperfectly cooked. They report ntrainst any particular Governmental measure toeing taken in Fraucu on the sublet; because here, tney say, people are in the habit of cooking their bi con well. And apropos of bacon, the great hum lair of tho Faubourg Sc. Antoine has just taken price here, and there were plenty of buyers and sellers nobody thought f tho little trichime so pyramids of bams Irom liayonne, and mountains of them from Mayence, went oil' as briskly as usuaL N. I. Daily Acws. UITY INTELLIGENCE tor Additional Local Jums see Eighth Fage. Antoine rnonriT. The confessed mur derer, Auioiuo 1 robsl, has wrnlon to his parents iu Germany, iulormiDp thorn of his Mtuatiou, aud ad nutting tho killing ol Cornelius Carey. Jn the letter be ropcats tho stoiyol an accomplice., aud in tho last interview between him and bis spiritual adviser be asserted, wbh tho same nositivcness as boloro, tuo account ot tho muruor which ho thou rave. As au evidence that lie is not ignorant ot his situation, ie w rote to hi parents thai ho expected to be huuir for the cunio bo had Coinmitlod, aud hoped they would lot? vo him lor what ho had done. Clint Iran Klin lias received a lottcr from tho Cap tain ol Company 1, 11th l'ounsvlvauia avalry, of which I'rotisi sa d hi' accomplice, was a member, iu which tie writes that there was not any such muu as described by the prisoner in tho company. This is ai.other circumstance, of the many developed, itulug to Miake the belief in I'roi.si's statement'. Uo to this tunc nothing whatever has bnou discovered in the least device 10 stromrthuu Uig btory; but, on tho conttary, cvcrtthinit has tended to show its falsity. Ot all tho articles stolen from the farm-house, tliero arc but two not now accounted tor, and all but tlio-o have been traced to tho possession of Proust. M vrrul oi them the prisoner lirst sa d his accom plice bad taken, and he continued to repeat it until he could no louirer do so His falsehood as to the possession ol thoee artic.es has duno much to cau e a d.sbuliel ot ins whole story. His coausoi had a lonit interview with h in teste day, and it Is pre sumed that a decision was arrived at as to taa course to l.o pursued on Wednesday. Tba Dist. ict Attorney uo.-igns to Hist ca'l up tho case of Cnris topuor iDearing, and it l'r. list p eads not tullty to the charges, bo will bo trieu upon it. The judges have bad prepared, lor their own use, a diagram oi the house ol Air. ltearing and the grounds adiaceur. ' . ' ' - Sesterdarafternocn tile CjJof ot thftDnteotive Do rarinient. in company with a gentleman oonuoctud with ti e German newspaper press, visited a number ol the drinking houses in the old Morthoru Liboities, and also Si voral suar-bouscs, to ascertain il anv in lorniHtion couid Le obtriinod to corroborata Probst's s ory as to ins havme worked at a suar-house with Gamer seven or eiht months ago, aud bjarded at one or two (jernuiu houses meanwhile; but none of the boardmu-house keepers nor i ho workmen in tho suKar houses hud any recollection ol either Probst or Ouiiier. I lie story circulated yesterday of the prisonor having attempted to commit suicide was without lounuatiou. Streets and Railways New Laws oil tuk fcuuJKCT At the recent session ol tho Legis lature acts were pased rolatin? to tho Blreets, of winch tho following mvishe substance:' 1 he Dowois and authontios ol the Hoard ot Health. witn-resneet to the removal of nuisauoes, are ex tended to all pioper'y situate on auy public highway n ilio citv. wnero tne aueito i nutsauce is wituiu ouo hundred yaidsof a dwelling house. lho Union PasouKer Uadway Uompany Is author ized to lay a track ou the south sideol Uprinir uar den street Irom neventb to Minth aud along Morns, from Fourth to Thompson, aud on .neuipiiis s'reet. Irom Korris to Yotk ; and it is also authorized to re move its tracks lroiui'ourth street, nortu ot Morris. and also Irom tjuuohanua avenue, emerald street, and 1'ork street, irom Emerald to Memphis stroots. I'ne f-outhwark Kailrouu company are atltnorizod to extend their road from Wasbiuirton stroat alone hwansou and Little Water to Lombard street, along Lombard to Penn street, aloug i'euu street to Almond street, along A nioud to Swausou street, so as to make a circuit irom Washington street to Lombard Btroet, but before niakiu. this addition to their road thev are required to take up aud remove their present t acks on isioad street, irom rrnno to houUi street, ana id no event is steam to tie uaoa on the new part ot tne road.. ... .. Turner's lane i oruerca to do vacatea irom Twentv-fourth street lo 1 wenty-Bixth street, aud the title to the soil is (riven to the o vners ot ad jo n- uig property, lho act pasea May m, imi, to ex tend una open Pulaski s.reet, is repealed. Caiuao strtet, between Tcriuantowu aveuuo and Law rence street, in tho Nineteenth Wird, istob) re- duceu in widib to ii leet. A part ot front street, beginning at the northwest coruer ot ! rout ana Co lumbia avenue, and extending northwarJ lik leet U inches, is to be vacated by rednelnc the width of the street at that point & loei. 6j iuciids. itio cost ot puvmc and curoiug Woodlauu street, In the Iwonty. fourth Ward, is to be paiu by the property owners on tbat street, except the intersections aud piadiiif; aud the contractors are empowered to lite liens in tho uauio of the city for tbe work done. Tbe city is required to pay. wituiu Bit month alter taking possession ot sain street, tne sums nauied in the act of 27iu May, 1808, m discharge ot the cbaiteiud privileges of any plank-road or turu. pike conipuuv. The er.ido of bock stre-t, Irom third i-treet to Delaware avenue nccorainar to a plan oBfiieiu tho burve lepartmeut ot tho city, m eoiiiirniea. ' . . eveiat other acts were passtu, sucu as tne liroad Street bill and that one requiring road Jurors for Philadelphia to bo dra n by tho Judges of ihe Court oi Quarter pesionB, as they aro iu ouur eouuues ot tne wouiuiouwoaiiu. Thk Corseh Stone of th new Seminary of St. Char'os Burromno wa laid ou Veanouav, April Tbe colloctious have since been partitlly made. We annex some ot tho roturut already received. 1'hev speak well for the interest luit in the new bunding, aud promise its speedy comple tion: Right Rev James F. Wood, D. D., Bishop of .r . . . . i if- o rvA rt l luiauoipuia co juo Very Rev. C J. li. Carter, Pastor ot the Church ot nie Assumption, i ei a.ieipnia. . . . zuuo Rry Moees Wbiltv, .Pastor oi ist Vuioout de Faiu s j-cranion to1"' Rev. A J Met ououiy, Chuu'r, l ABSisiauul .. ZUU Hey. .lames U'eliv, t at .. ziu Kov. John J. Elcock, ( Cathedral ) .. 2i)J liev. U.mul MBKorien, rort iruon. iuo Inn Cf A Urexel. Xjiq , i iniuueipiiia A.J Antolo, Kfq - lhO) lr Wtllipui V. Ueatiuir aud lady 10!) HI.' John's church, Ihirinouth street, l'uila- delt.b'a ?000 f t. Michael's ' bureh KuUBltitton . 1509 bt 1 liirp'p Chusch, ynien street H iO .M; Joseph's Church, Wullua's al ey 10C0 M. Marys (;burci, South tonrti, s'.roet. . W(J f'linri'li tun Aksumiitiou, Soriiiz Uuruon strctt 790 , Accident. Matilda Strlnmnlff, apfed eljjb treu vesr. living ou Moolianlu street, had oue ot tier trayi'M ct off, aud hand severoly injured, yes terday aliernoon. by Imvlug n cauK"tii re ma him rv of Itipka's mills, Manay unit. ; A Mean and Contemptidi.e 'finr.F. Trlore Alterman Kei.ler yesterday afternoon, a yeuugmau named W illiam behaveu hud a hpanng upon the charge of robbing errand toys 0t their t ackave. etc. ihe detronves have for ihe past six niouths been in searon ol this mean aud contempti ble rasca', there having boen at least tweiitr coin- faints entered against him at the Central Station lis plan ot thieving was as follows: rto would come across a lad in the street with a package under Ins aim, and in order to rob him, wou d request him to carry a note U t bim a short distance, lor which he would oiler to give him some money, at t lie same time in lor m n the lad tbat he would take charge ot bis Lunelle until bis return. 1 he ntt e lehow, unsuspectingly, woti'd loavi) tho package In the carf ol the stranger and go thiol rami, but on bis return would bo surpri-ed to Hud tat the party bad nlcapi eared aud takeu wiih him therackage At tin- lieannc, yesterday. William Cants, a lad emp'o', ed by Mr I'raiiklm, nt Tenthand Market streets, was examined. io los'ih d that on the Mth inst he was dii atched by Ins cnipoverou an cirand to I'lunh and Market streets, with two 1 an s oi sliot s. Alter proci cd'ug some distance bo met Heliaven, who asked bun if he would uko to liiflke a httlo money. I lie lad replied yes; where upon 1 havee requeued turn to carry a noio o ly a lew M;uatrs. meiitiotiing that, be would 100k after tbe fhots until ids tetu n. (Jauss, alter proceeding a Lout a upiure, tusptcted that something was wrong and imuieuiaiely returned; but iiehuvcu was miss ing os well as the shoes. Ihe lad informed Mr. Franklin of the fact, and a few das aiterwards he net LMiavn a; Tenth aud Market streets, coming out of tbe entry of a photo grai h establisliiiient, having in bis possession a pio turo frame. Mr Franklin was notified, aud he and the lad loilowed the prisoner to Nin b aud M irknt streets, ft here the latter secroled the trame uud r a r oa in nnnt of one of tho drr foods stores. Tho fiauie wa ascertained to have beeu sto eu trotn the i.liotonapli establishment buss again me the accused yttterday and ordered his arrest Jt lin 1-d vurd Walt, auotaer lad. todified thai, tl.e accused stole a coat and a pair ot pautaloom from him at Kiftli and Cbesnut strrets. 1 haven rcqittsted h ni to go an eiraud tor linn, but iio re piset., wheri upon tho prisoner seized the packago stid rati oil'. Tbe lad, when ho made kuowu his ,os to Ins (nn loer, wus di-charged o (lout t hundreds ol other lads have been robbed in like manner, and have lost their Maces iu cult s' qu ice. Deliaveu wus comm. tied lor a turtUer l.iuriiiH on Thursday next at two o'c'ock An Allfoed fSwiNUi.EB. A Frenchmaa giving the name of John J. Charlou.s cai.ed ou the tirni of Messrs. Davis, Porter & Co., book doulers, No, 21 South S xih street, some mouths a 40, aud so licited au engagement as travelling agi ut or sales man. Ho was supplied with a number of samples of tunes, toy books, etc.. with the understanding that be w as to return thorn or tho cush equivalent iu a lew da g. Yesterday morning Mr. Davis met the travelling Bakuwim, and asked him why he had not fulfilled 1 ho contract, Mens, chariouis became quite iuiiignant, a..d tola Mr. Davis ho had mado a mis take, saving, "Whv, 1 don't know you " Mr. Davis replied. "Istt I know you." itlons ( liar ouis said, ' 1 think you are mistaken." An ofllcer was called upon, and the alleged swindler was taen into cus tody. Jt was ascertained at tho hearing boloro Al aeruinn lloitler that he I ad biou stopping at a uutn I er ot hotels under assumed uuiin s tie was bold for a lurlher bearin" on Wodjieanuy morning next, at eleven o'ctocn. Purties who havo employed such a man, or enti uted him with samples ot aoudt, are requested to altcud. Tue Ciiesnut Stkekt Buidoe. The work on tho Che-nut street bridge is uow progress ng very rapidly : 152 ot the 180 s audrlls required are in place, and the work ot putting dowu ihe noor-ucauis anu roaoway piates nas oeeu com menced. 1 he iron-work ot the bridge, wueu all in its Dlaco, wnl weigh about 8.200,000 pounds. Tho extension ol tbe Chesuut aud W'aJuut streets Rail road, ou tho west su.e of the river, will be finished in time for crossing tho bridge witu tho cars, a soon as it is completed . 1 Committed. Sarah Campbell had a further hcnriugyesterday afternoon betoro Alderman Kenb r. charged witu kee ping a disorderly house at io. Kl;i Jxicust s'reet. r-everai witnes-es weie examined, who testified that rows were ot frequent Oi curfneo at the bouse, ana men and women were seon goiuer in aud out ot the house at alt hours of tho night, Sbo was committed to answer Jouu Connolly, cbmged in connection witb sarnh, was not prcsont at tbe hearing, having met with an accident, aud tract ured his leg. Pilot Fees. The Legislature, at its last session, passed an act al. owing pilots conducting vessels from Philadelphia to the Capes of Delaware, $1'60 tor every halt toot 01 draft ot such vessol, with au additional $10 tor conducting vessels Irom tlie city between November 1st and April 1st of each year; also, lt-3 per dav wbon detained by any mas ter, owner, or consignee, or by ice Tho proviso es tablishing a Board 01 Wardens lor tho port is re pealed. Water Rents. Tho near approach of the 1st of May baB caused qutle a rush to the ollice ot tho Register ot Water. All rents not paid by thai time will have hve per cent, addod to the amount of tho bilL MEDICAL. y ox roi'ULi. WRIGHT'S TAXI SYIiTJP. FRIKC1FAL DEPOT, No. 771 Wcmth THIRD Street. l'rice, $1-00 per Buttle; $5TjO for half-a-dozen. Tbe uiidcrsltnrd citizens take pleasure In cheerfully recnumc lien K the Ufce OI Wrlkht'a 'lnr Himn mr coughs, colds, consumption whuoping-cuugo, spoited luvir, ilver couipiaiut, puins in the breast, nronchicis. uiuuuiiiiuuuu. miu renirjutiun ui air vesse s iu tue luugs, etc. 1 lie r nittly bbonlu be Iu every family : Charles C. Wi son. fornot V Preit otilco. Clmr is 11 . (irulleu, tSutiduy Mercury ollite. Jnuies .eleu h qu rtr cflico Wniiaui V. Corbit, Associated Press. Wit. lain H. Cornemer. t ire Alarm and Police Tpln. gruph. Filth and t lu snui streets. a Kaniioipn r runt ana 1 oni tiara streets. James W. Ferrine No. luHj Charles sireet. II. a. liavls o. Ifia Uaskid street. John Wooilskie No. 1831 Krankiln street. Robert'! licuipsin No. R08 Walterstreet, H. C. llarca, No. 6'2b Fianklln uruet. J Ceblofl Ho 731 8. second street. Join Seymour No. 512 B. i tout street. . W. Howard, No 1 Dock street U. C. Lartieit ho, b'il 8. secona street L. Hates No. Wli Arch street Albert Martin, o. 411 H. Becond street. Al ary Caldwell. No li 82 Bausom street. W. '1 honias. o. 'iO N. Fourth street T. M. 1 srthv ho. Ii9 E iretu's alley. Ceorge V, 1 son. No 'i'W Race street. w.F ltroons, No. 69 North second street 11 J. Ilassett. No. 119 Cnal street S. seyuiour Hose Busileion. Cliar is Itogers, No. tttl South street It. 1. We hiK'on, .-econd and yuarry streets 1 . I", Ibelous. No. lM South lxt i street Wlllli.ui bums, No. 616 Suuth i rout sireet B. H. Saniord, Opera Alaiiuuer. .lobii Mainnnls. rear of No. l:4 North Second street Mrs. b. K. Cboate, Newark. Del. Jr Wiltinm R. Wrahl S)H:-We take ulcasure In recommending your TAB SVld'P tof wbch we bave already arid considerable (lUuTititUHi as a most excellent and emeaclous reme iy 101 ti e coninlHints set forth in vour Drinted bill alrea 1 sul n itieil to the public. As a ratifying act to sulluritig liun uiiity e wti cheerfu lv rceommeud our prepara tion to a I afbictf d with diseases wbicb it is designed to ture. xours, etc., DTLKS SON, TlrupgisU. N, E. coruer I'hie aud Sixth streets. Kor sa e b1o at JOJINbON. HOUOWAY COWDEN'8, UYOTT & CO.M. A nd all principal Drut gists and Dealers. Tie Mit'strlber would hog leave furher to sav that I.t in prepiiriQ t ti.i orue's ma lorwaru tne syrup to Hey in rt 01 the 1 1 un iv. I'ir-ons desiring other Imor luu' h n l y n oil will mciose a postage stamp and anawere m i iiereiuruiu us soou aa toe exigeuuieB ui uusuibtm i 1 utuult Auuress WILLIAM B. WRIOHT. 320 No "IS. 'llllltlj Hinet, lbliailelpUla, I'a. T II E "EX O E L S I O II" HAMS (Selected Irtni the lest ( om-Fe flogs ) ALE (BE BEST IN THE WOULD, J. II. MI (HIE NEK & CO., C1NEEAL PKOVIMON DEALERS, Arid Cnrers of th CtleLratetl " EXCELSIOR" SUGAR 'CURED HAMS Tongues and Boof, J?cs. 142 and -144 North FRONT Street. None genuine unlets branded ",T. H. M. A CO. v.Xi-P.t.RIOIL'1 The lastly celebrated "EXCELSIOR" HAMs are cured by J II Bi. & Co (In a atvte peculiar t them selves) ciireBly for FAMILY Cfar-t are of delicious flavor free Irom tbe unub asmit lasta of salt, and pronounced by ei icuicn tuperlor to any now oilereJ ... saie. , . i 2 21 tut AMUSEMENTS. KISLEy'S CONTINKNTAL NEWS JXrllANOK. Cheirefssts to all p sees 01 Amasemcnt may be nad bd to KH e'cii ti nv evenlus. 1111 AJIEPICAN ACADKMY OF MUSIC, COUN6.K Ot 11KOAI) and LOCl'ST R'rpts. l.tssie and Manager WILLIAM WHEATLEY. Boors open at X psst 7." To commonco at H fieiore 8. JllF. KWKL TH"l I E. srhtlAL NoTICK. l'OI I LXK P, 1 V.H. In orar to meet the w 1st a of many families and r- tiniis. the .Manager respectiully arm .uncei that tl.e lol Km Ins Scale of Prices will n adopted : dm 1 us ion ft'l cents I esrived seats 1 cams Fmnby i Ire.le HO muu Au pnlthcaue .' cents THIS KVENINU will be preset ted, the grind tnir puutomime, ea lt'ed KAOLL? on. ' TI1K MA,IC UTAH, abounding with einler ul tricks and trnnstnnnatl n. Lai tJl FK N IOCS R VK L cimrcl AN I'liSK RAVEL Hanbo s lOUNU AMLKICA I he l et of the city. YOVNO AMKlttOA. will commence the performances with his new and s; artllna feats on tlie Tl It E i FU1SO IB HEE. To tie foil- vted bv tlie lam; liable pantmulme of XI1L CNLUCKY FltlU l-.lt has. Nlcoitemus UAfilU KL H AVTI. Lonasse aNT1Sk HaVEL sll KIiaY F I htth'OON, Bt II o'c nek. Pi Hill JiRAM RVlL MATiNLE. Adrrlsslon, with reserved scots SO cents htascan ssenrert six d.is m advance at ' w.A. Trutopler'a iluslc Stote, 8 E corner Hcvontli and Chcs ti ut streets and at the Hex Ollice 01 the Acudjmy ol Music irom 9 A. M to 4 P. M. XI EW CHKSN UT HTKECT l'UKATUK.- II t IIFSN CT ftreet. above iwelflh. LEONAIlf) OKOVKK A WILLIAM ft. SINN. loo- ano MansuerB. WlLLIiM PIKN Resident Maaaser. Iioers open at 7. Curtain rises at 1 45. THH evkmno, THIS EVKN1.M1, Till s I.Vt.M Ml, SLCOND WEEK OF THE SUCCECSFCL fcNUAUF.MENT or VISS M AQ'UE MM CllEf L, .MI'S MAUdllC VIIOHI'.LL, VIS UACIIIK MII'I IIELI,, MlMn MAUU1IS Min.'U -LL, Who will appear FUKTHRKE VIG11T8 ONLY, in her original and beautl til coneeptbin of 'IHK PKAKL OF BVUY. THE VKAKL OK SAVOV. THh PEA ML OP S WOY. 1 HE PEARL OK 8AVOY. MlsB MAGGIE MITCHELL will ne supported by Hit. J. W. COLLI Kit, Miss JO-ilE ortroN, and tlie strenfth of the Company. New and beautiiul Hcencrv. Expensive Appointments, etc. etc In active prepnratlon. LI T ' LE B ARFFOOT. 8A1VRD Y AFTERNOON, vnri! 28, GRAND FAMILY MATINEE. Second Matinee Pertormanc of 'IHE FLY I tl DUTCHMAN, received on Its flrt representation with tho UKEATEST ENTttl 81 ASH. Admission to evening pertoiuiance, 25c., 30c . and 1 M RS. JOHN DREW'S HEW UiCH STREET THEATRE. Peglns at 1H o'clock FIRT WEEK OF MCDCVE CIF.LESTR. FIRST NIGUT OK I HE FLYING DUTCHMAN. MONDAY. April 23, AND EVERY NIGHT. after careful preparation, with new -eenery. Machinery, Dreises, etc., the great nuutlcal, spectnculiir drama oi 111I-. rLUMi ni luniini Or. HIE PIIaNI'OJ SHIP. Vanderdecken. 1 Hie Klylna liutchman, Madame CELESTE Cspt. of the Phantom snip,) Adir.tril Colpeppcr Mr. vacknv loby A nrnlsh uwen Jiuiiowe Hie piece 111 oe precenea een cvi-iumr uy A FAVORITE OMtDlKTT. FRIDAY DEN EFIT OF M AD HIE CELESTE. WALNUT STKKKT T U E A T I! E. N. E. corner NINTH and WALNCT Streets Begins quarter to 8. THIS (Tneday) F.VI.NINO, April 24, MK. EKWIS HUUlll wl'l have the honor of matlnx his SKI O. Si) APfKAUAJSCr. 1M 1111LAULL1111A lor two years, aud wll appear as ROMEO. In Shakespeare's trrand trageily of ROMEO AND JULIET, which will be prcsen'ed with a CrL,E,2l LA3I, WFDvESDAY, OTHKLLO. OTHELLO. FDWIV ftOO i' II as I AGO. Chairs secured thiee davs In advance. MEW AMERICAN THEATRE 11 WALN''T Street, above Elirhth PO WEKr L1 u A 1 I it VI TlOb. VERY EVEMNtJ, AND ON WEDNESDAY AMD SATXRDAY AFTER NOONS, THE WONDER. EL NINO EDDIE, Mr P. W SMI'I II and Bullet I rnune lllRLIXJUV.s KTHIOPIA OPERA CORPS, TWO GRAM' BALLETS, DRAM A TIC rO HPAN Y, and comic PaNiomime tkuupe. M USICAL SOI II EE, EVERY EVEKINO, AT TBE CITY CHESS AND HEADING ROOMS, No. 12SS CHKSNfJT Street, Philadelphia. 4 16 lm GERMAN I A ORCHESTRA. PUBLIC RE hearsals everv StTl RDAY AFTERNOON Al MCSK ALFCND HALL. 3tf o clock, t.nnagetr.ents msoi by ad(lreslnn GEO KG E BASTtRT. Af?eut, o. 181 MONTEREY street, between Race and Vine I lb ifiii HATS AND CAPS. X E M E OF FASHION. mi; a II Profits. Quick Sales. HATS AND CAPS. NEWEST STYLES i LOWEST PK1CES IN THE CUT. BOURNE, Ko. 40 N. SIXTU STKEEr. 123tutlru MARRIAGE GUIDE. BY DR. WILLIAM YOUNG. MA RRIAGE CriPE, hv DR. WM. YoCNO. MARKIaGK CI IDE, by DR. WM. VOCNU. MAHR1AGE GUIDE by DR. WM. YOUNG. MARlll. GE Gt IDE, by Dlt. WM. YuUsG. M A lil.I ACI GUIDE, by Dlt WM YoUNG. WARKI.aGE Gl'lDJS. by DR. WM. YOUNG. W AliltlAGE GU1DK, by Dlt. W M YOUNG. MAIiR1 ACE GUIDE, ly DR. WM. YOUSG. M A Kid At. E GUIDE, by DC. WM. YOUNG. MARKItit. GU1DF 'There are more tldnw 'twlxt Heaven and earth, Horatio, than are dreamt oi In our pniiosopny " Lei no v rnnc man enter the obllira'tnns of married life without fraoinit every paie oi DR YOUNG 8M1R RIAGE Gt II E or. I veiy One His Own Doctor. It Oucloses ia- ts that every onesiiouiu pe acnnainb u w h I. contuir.a one hundred enuravlnvs exolalidiii the ana torsv ot t lie human system boGi male and lemale, witb use U' lniormiiiion inai every uueanouia uion. Price, 6l)ciDts. Pold at DR. Wll 1 1 AV YOUNO'8 OFFICE, lilt No. 416 81-BUCK Street, above Fourth. $ r it i n a. BIDDING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, WHOLESALE AND RETAIIj, AMD MATHRIALS FOB THE BAUK. . liEST QUALITY AND STYLE OF SPRING MATTRESSES. J. S. FULLER, IlisiuthUm J?o. 9S. SEVENTH Street rPIlE STAMP AGENCY, "NO. !U CHESNU1 X STItEET, A HOVE THIJtD, WILL BK CON'flNU-J, AS HlHIIOrOlIK KTAMPH oiKVFKY DESCRIPTION C0N8TASTL1 M HAND AND IN AMY AMOUNT. U II PROSPECTUS OF THE C A 11 S O N COLD MIXING COMPANY. CAI'ITAIj STOC1v. ..S500,000 A VMBETi OF SlIAUEb, 60,000. fer Value and Subscription Price, $10. ncnKiXG CAPITAL, $io,ooo. OPFICEHS: FRESIDKNT, CU.ONKL WILLIAM B. THOMAS. f l.CIiF.TAHY AND TBEASCKEB, pro tetU, J. IIOI'KIKS TAIJB. SOLICITOR, WILLIAM L. I1IKST, ESQ. HIBKCTOK8, COLONEL WILLIAM It. THOMAS, CIIABLE8 8. OGDEN, EDWIN MIDDLETON, Al.EXANDEtt J. HARrER, WILLIAM BEUGEK. . . , lb 1 tnd or this tcrrranT eonslMa ot' about 1-0 Acres In b ckl nburs couniv hoitb CaroUnn. shout 1H n.lksircui ilie iouoi cbarlotte. On tills prnpt rtv tlTfcn fibaltsor pits bave been onoi ed anaMiLk. to various Oevtbs. ,roin iu to Ma icul. iluniiui- uraiinii llio exihit nie ot three paraoei vt-mao ore of ktout l net in iuin anu about is ivet apart, convrrtiltiR lo a ton. li iu cmtie at tbe Utuill o about 1A0 lent, loitn- lug oue Iniuicuse moi or vein oi ore, eitcnUinu: In iciiftb tl.ruiiKb .bo proprrtv uiore tban bait ainilo. 1 lion- are alto on tbls property oiner ouis oi ore nmx- piotiu u tiicse ores are Known us tue llrown oro. and are vrrv ru h ylrulme on avirnieol about aaio u-r ton in f till tbe above results IiuvIhh oeon uctiion Mraieubytbe iuile Korklnx of tbts mines fur several years fan. tne nut ot-mvotniein in uunoe lopeil pro pertv Is not incurred, and by tbe application ol iiiodni nunrg ana rei.iiciDg niacninery ue i otopanv aniiclpa e an In n eulaie and latae it turu lor their monev. Pa Ins an ore that rendllv vleos tilitt net ton. somn esuuiate cn be made ot ibe vulue oi his property. With tlepreneni impenect s stem ol iiiliilnn. ten tons of . Iiih mo ci.n be taken out and reduced dull v troin every abu t opened, at au expense not exceedinu: per ton. euv- lus a net oanyproutoi tivoo lor eacu abaft worked bt' tbe omnanv The larne worklnir capital reserveo will enablo the Company at once to procure aim erect tbe brat mode. n mtcliineiy lor ii.iuili uhitlnp tbe ores, by uieans ot wblcu tne yield win bo la guy increased. 7 here mines, whilst tnev produce ores richer than those ol (Joloiado or Nevada, have ninny advjutues over tin in particular!) iu an ubunilanee I lu-l and cheap labor und tbe facility with which they cun be worked unrliifr 1 h entile year; whilst t' one ol Colorado and Nevada cau only be worked durum the warm weather. A test assay or au aveiaee , specimen of the orn trora the Carson Alines was made as lalo as the 27tli oi January ot the presem year, as w ill appear from tho lol low inu certificate ot Pro a-ori Booth and Gamut, the Aasaversot tbe Philadelphia Mini 1 liiLADKLFniA. January 27, 186S I ea, Hlr: We have cureiullv assayed tne siiinnieoi ore irom "Caison Mine." Jiorih ( arollua, and ilnu li ;o yield K n ounce a nine pennyweights ol pure yold to the ton of ore. 'the coin value Is therefore 21ti'ti'i per t.'U oi ore. lours, respectiuby KOOTH & OAKKKTT. Dr. M. B. Taylor, Ho. 1C4 Wiiiui street. Philad. Subscriptions to tbe Capital Ht.ekwlli be received at tne tnce oi tue cu.punv, r o. 40 1 walm l .street where aiiuiplcs ot the ore may ba am. and lull luornm tlou alveu. 2 3 LEGAL NOTICES. IN THE ORi'flANS' COURT FOK THE CITY 1 AKD COLNTV OF PHILADELPHIA I state m I.AMIlt Alinor The Audi or appointed t-y the i ouri to audit, settio. ana aujuni lue nrst unu una account ot u. v. iah (.uurdiun ot KA.N Y LlMB MAUV 11 LAMB.K1DO WAY I. AMD, and BEssiu It L.M, minor clipd-eu ot i LAYiO H. LMI1I laieoi tbo City of Pbiiadd pbla, deccai d, am' to report distribution ot the balance In ib nunos oi tne accountant, wll meet tne parties Intm-eme I ... (hu 1,11 mil... ..I t.la annlnl....n, nn 'I liniCTt 1 V VI ay 3, 18bti, at4o'cnck P.M., at 'hi- omce, So.itil South ruin siroet, Uooin o. 11, Ui tlie cltv ot Phila dclpbia. 4 21 atutliM IN THE COURT OK COMMON PLEAS Foil X TIIK I IIY AMD COUNIY Of PH , LADELl'HI V. I state oi Mrs 1 L1ZAUKIH DeWOLC ( ate limes i. '1 be Auditor appointed bv .lie Court to audit, settle, rnd adjust the gcond and final account o' SAMtli.l, tVAUNKK and TolilA W IIKKK, Trustees, and to icport uistribution oi the Ln'ance in tlienuudsoi ihn uccountants wl l meet the pairles Interested for too purpostsot tils appointment, ou WKUsil.SIM Y. April 2. ifti at li o ciock si., ar nisotuce, so ins ival itDT Mreet, In the CMty ot Phlladclph'a. 4 14-itutU'it IN THE COURT OP COMMON PLRAS POIl I THK CITY AND CODM'Y Ol' PDILaDElPUI . E ate oi .MDs M AlttJ RKT E VWLSO. The Auditor anuolnted bv tbe court to audit so tie. and adjust the Urst and final account ot JAME' D. WAUfitK Trustee, and to report distribution oi tue. b t! .nee In the bancs of the accountant, will meet 'he parties IntercHted, tor the purposes of his a pohi tneut, c.D V FIEkdaY. lApril '25, Isb6, at 2 o'clock P. M , ui liia I'dice. lo 4U2 WALNUT Street, iu tho cltv of Pmla- deipnla. 4 UstulU'ii1 IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS FOR 1 THE CTIY AKD CODN'I Y TF PHIbAOEI.PHIA 1-state ol Mrs. JUI IA W. HUSKY. The Auditor appointed by the Court to audit, sett'o, and adjust tbe first and Una1 account of 1 OHI AS WAO lt i rustee, and to report distribution of the balance In t ,e hands of the accountant, will meet the parties Interested lor the purposes of bi appointment, on WEI NfcHDA Y, pril 2.1. IK tj at 1 o'clock P n , at hU oitl e, No 402 WALMJlHlreet lntheoityofFbtiadeluhu. 4 14itutbt IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS FOR I THE CITY AKD COUNIY OF I'll I LA OELPHIA. F.-tateot Mrs. HL'SAN MEHt Dll'H Tbe Auditor appointed bv ilio Court to audit, settle. f,nd adjust the tint and final account of J A M h - M. W AGM-.K. iruatee. aud to repuri dl'trlliiitlou of tho btlauca In the bands ol the accountant, wi 1 meet tuo parties Intcrcnted fur the purpose of (its apDolmment on nrjiisr piiai . Aimi;:'in iron , ai it o cm k a. iti ut his otllce, Ko, 402 WALNVTstrcet, In the city o I'M ladelphla. 4 14 siuthit IN THE COURT' OF COMMON PLEAS FOR X THE CIi Y AND COUNT OF f HiLADELPIIlA l state of tlrs. (nUAN a. WiSTKIt The Auditor appointed bv ihe Court to audit, settle and Edlust tiie first and final account of J AM Ei D. W'.Ui- NI- It. 'trustee a.nd to report distribution ol the balanca In the hutids ot tbe accountant, will met the parties interested lor tne purpoaea oi uis auiiuin mont, on W EDN Er-D Y April 2.1 1SI6 at 3 o'c tick P Jt. a' als orlice, o. 402 WALNUT Street, m tb city of Phlbirtm. phis, 4 Ustu'.h1t (JILALLENGE LIGHT! Paragon Oil and Safety Lamps. BKlUnT LIGHl TH It EE HOCHS-ONE CKSl No chimney I Ko smoke! Mo grouse. Sold by Inventors, KELLY & NEEL, No. Oil MAKKET StreL AGENTS WANTED. Also, Deiileis lu f'oaps and Coal Of. WachineryOllj warranted m l to euni orchill H'2.1 per (ti'lou 315 ON TIIK EimOPKAN lr AN Finest old and new ALES, at 6 cents Persians. GOOD ONE-DIME EATING BAR. 1 be choicest Liquors always on hand. Ho. 533 CHESNUT 8IHUET. 8101m BEN BY DECKER, Manager. FOR SALE-STATE AND COUNT RIGHTS of Capewell Co. 'a Patent Wind Guard and Air Heater for Coal Oil Lamna i It prevent the Chimneys irom breaklna. 'llils wo will warrant. A lao saves one third tbe oil Call and ace tbmi they cost but ten --ents No. 2d3 BACK hireet PiilladeiP1'1" Pump e sent to unv part ot tbe United ritatea on noeipt of ii cents. 3 10 TEAFNEK8, BLINDNESS, AND CATARRn J treated with tbe atmoat aueceis by J IHAAUM, M. D.. Ocu Ist aud Aurlal No. Jill PINE Street Teatl Djorlnli fi om Ibe mo"' reliable source la the city can 1 stoo at blauOlce. The Uedlra Fa ty aro Invited lo eom'su thoir tia'lents aa be baa no aecreti In hl t ri-ctli'e. Ainflc.'al eyes Inserted without pain No '-L.rue u'flde iori : nluatiou. 103 MISCELLANEOUS. CAUPKNTKU AM) llVil.DKW No. SC2 CARTER Street Ami Nt. Ill DOCK Street. Machine Woik acd Bllllwrltbtlna: promptly attends 381 REVENUE STAMPS. REVENUE STAMPS . Ill VENUE STAMPS. of a'l fleicripiion, Of all descriptions. Always on hmt. A T FT OPFNf'F. HEW1NO if ACM1 einninr AT FLOHENt E MW'l.Ml M CHINK CO.'0 0't't E pu.o.i" nrrm l Mreet No. HlOt IIFANUT Sireet, One door bel w f erentn frrp. One door be ow Pevenfli street. The troft Mberal tlln'otint a'loweo Ibe most liberal discount nl'owed. i JJITLKR, AVEAVEU & (".)., MANUFACllKEKH OF Manilla and Tcrred Cordage, Ccrrfg Twines, Etc., No. !3 yorth WAT! R stieet and No 22 North Dr LAV A KK Avenue. 1 UlLAPELl'IIIA. tpwis H. FiTifR, MirnAKb Wravfr. t UNPAD F. tLOlt.HK iMy c . r E R K I y l.lJMUKll MK11CI1ANT Successor to B. Clark, Jr., No. 324 CUMSTIAN KTRlillt. C'otiioBiitlT rn hand a larao and varied luoiimnnl of Euilninv Lumber. 6 '.'4 S (1 O R N ' K " C II A HAG MAM'FACTOKV. N (; E JOHN 'l . HAIL r. Y A C O., iSo. Ill S. FliONT and No. 114 N. WATEB teet. Pni udiiiphla. DEALERS I.N Di,R fI DAGGINQ Gialn. Flour, Hat fcuper P boihate of Lime. Bono- Dust, F.io. arte and small CUnny p.AUH eanstantly on hand. S22j AlfO. WOOL 8ACK. John T. Bailt t. JampsCaiicaif.n. IlKVEM E STAMPS, REVENUE STAMPS. Il HI VEME STAMPS, Ol all descriptions, Ol ail dcscrlpilcna, Always on hand, Alwavs on lisn l. AT FLPKFNC. HEWING MAT HIM-: in M m." ma AT 1-l OUENCE PEW1NG MA CHI N F. CO.'S OFF.'CK x: l ii , u v t"i- -i . . No. .' CHhNUT Nireet! One door below Seventh afreet One ccor below Seventh street i be most liberal dlacount allowed. Hie it. ost libeial dlfi opnt allowed T J. M c G U I G A N, Importer and Wholesale Prater a FANCt GOOUS, NOTIO(t. ElO. Fllil.W ()i:KS, FLAGS, h.yo MATI'HFM AND LLAt KING, NO. y STHAWW-'-HltY STRI'.l T, flint Htreet a"Jjy ecor.d between Uarketand t'hesuut. 1 4 Puilajiem-uia. I OTTON AND FLAX ' SAIL DIXK AND CAN'VA, ' ot ut. uutubers and br .nds. Tent Awnlnir. ' rtmk aud v apon-i over Duck Also, I'ai er Jmnuiacttirtrit' I'ner Felix from one to seveu lotiwiue; I auliiiM. 1 cltitiy. f ail Twine, etc JuIlN a. hv Kit .MAN .V Co. 3 6 H No. H'3 JONES' Alloy.' WILLIAM ! . (5 R A N T, TV l 0.1lnlIf.XiON MER'. I7ANT. No. 33 S. DLLAWAltR A v. nuc, Philadelphia cent ion ruprnt's Gunpowder, Ketlnid Nitr, Charcoal, Etc. S . l at er A- Co 's t bocolute. ocoi., and Hron,a Crocker Pros & o 'a Ye low M. til bbeath Dg Holta, and Nails. i4 ALEXANDER G. C ATT ELL & CO. PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS No. 26 NORTH WbARVES, AND No 27 NOKTH WATl-B STREET, PtilL'DELI'IHA. 22 ALFXAhDER O. CATTI.LL ELIJAH O. CAT1ELI, DENTISTRY. t PAIAH PRICE. DENTIST, GRADUATE OF 1 I hbadeli lila t dllete ot licnta, Kurtrory, ola IH'iS-4, brrrerly oi West Chester, Pa., having nrra throe eart in the Arniv, has lesumed the practKe of his profensloa at No 241 N. ELEVENTH Mreet Plillailelptila, when be wM endeavor to Rive satis. actor attention to all wh may requite his piofessloual cervices. 11 a S COAL. T II i A L SECUPvES YOUR UUST(JM. WHITNEY & lUMILKKW LEHIGH, SCHUYLKILL, AND BITUMINOUS C O j. I j , Xo. C35 Xorlli SIXTH Street, Above FoIp, Fast Kid. 4 7 JAMES O'BRIEN, PEALKK itt LEU Id H AND KCHUTLK1L1 COAL, ei lUh CAE GO OB SINGLE lON, 'Kara, Brc&a Street, below Fitzwaitr. lia conbtauil) on hand a competent aupply ot tha tt ove autjeriur t oai, ruiiable lor family use, to a I icb he coils tbe atteutloa of his friends aud tuo lubnc aenerplly. Oidura lull at Bo 205 Fi'th street, o 82 8. oevtutttoutb atrect, or tlrroub Despatch or fort (ifiice, pron ptiy atientled to a hCi amoH gLAUiy OFULACKSMiina JOAL, 7 a S RENDER'S COAL AND ICE DEPOT, S. W. CORNEB OF BROAD AND CALLO VVHILL BTBEETlf, Offers the celebrated AVest Lehigh Coal from tha Greeuwood Colliery, . tove, Edit, aim Heater alze. ip0c Nut at a 60. Also, the very superior Sohuylklil Coal, from tbe Keevesdale Collleiy, Nut size, tt W. All other . sizes tl Uil. All Coal warranted and taken back tree of expense tow the purchaser, li not as represeuted. Also, the Coal for felted It not lull wei(jbt. 2 It) Bui G E E -X T EAS, GREEN COKK, t'KKSU PEACI1KS, FKESH TOMATOES, PLUMS, ul0 ALUEliT O. IMIUKUTfl PFALEK iN fiROCKR ; . COR ELFVM L AND VUV ,18