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TDE DAILY EVENING TELKG 11 AVU. PHIL AD ELPII1 A, MONDAY, JUNE 4, 18GG.
f Continued from (he First Paye. i The ifexlci.n volunteers ho were disembarked here ' committed various excesses In toe town, and wero ohlM d to b sent oft by trmn under military ecort. 01 1 B blin, Mav The Prussian Government hasp'- nit ltcd the expirmtloii until the first of octubi-r nex', ' of corn hay. orstraw, across tho frontier from 'he Vis tula, near i horn (Incusive yi to the rontler bordering , on the kingdom o iaxcny, near Sddenburg. 'J bo rrotnhiil n will aUu apply to exportation across gm h o her parts or the Prussian irontlrrs as border on these 6aies ol the Zollvereln whlco ihall relusa to de . cr t a sunllnr prohibition Munich, May 22. n order has been Issued according tov-hchalt the fleld-bosplta's and coimn'ssarlat do pi.r.'ment.s ba I receiv- thvir iiillcmnlninontol olllcer ' Several hundred officer and ihree hundred aid elghti - I one nmi commDslonod oltloeis have been promoted. asskl. Way 21 I he mur'nn I'nlonnl Wlmnten hai Hi ed I'ere to make aTar-scmenta lor conveying ttooa , through llnssc Carsel. Iiakovbb, Mar it Prince Holms, General In tlio Ans- ' trlsn army, t ai arrived here unoxpeciedi v. It Is under stood tha lie l Instructed to ( pen negotiation wllh ihn . Government ol Hanover esnecting the passage ofAun tilA'i lores tliroatrli Hanoverian :crritorv. I'ARMBTAn-r May '2i Prince Alexander, of Homo i Dn-mstrdt hai oeen p olnted One-all slinoo' all trio , Auntrian force on imii-Austran territory. His coni nii no In, lUtcs the Knlck brigade. rLi.Hi.HB Mayii l.a-t weak !H fl"0 men were en rolled in the Garlbald. an volunteer It Is ho loved that tin n uiiliir o hai .alioni will be raised iroia twenty to ! inrtv. Motw thtaiding ail 'he rumor to the eontrnry the coupon of Italian Itcnto tor 'lis firs' hat v.'-ar will be paid In Franco. In siv o "i. without any deduction. 'ihe Kn r-noc Jou nuD ol to-ilny dePli.ro It to he Innl-irl-Hlh e that a f.itrop' an gniiramoe should he glvn tor ' the maintenance ot the tenwer.il Dower ol the Pope. I 'J hey a no den lhat anv such proleot is on 'oot Australia Inomicd the Italian Government that, tj way ot reciprocity, she will adopt the principle ex-liri'-iei In the Italian naval code innrtn .nelnit the In- , vloiabilltv o mert antl e property at sea. even botween I e llK'Ment Power. FisTi. Mav K. The Savenjlrus his ordered ttn poli tical j U'Oula only to publish such Inlorina'ion In re n renre to the movemcnta of troops as may bo contained In oil cial announcements KhAUhPoKT on tim-.-Maiv, ay 22. The twenty -nln a dcputle. 'rum rh:e.v.lg ilolstein who warn present at 'ho no etlnii o de ei atea from the different Oerimn li'i'tp. held l ere on Hundavlast have puhlNhed a dn clr.ri tl. n to day . Htnl i'K that they do not awreo with the vlcwaot theComra t ee on the Sjlip8wla( Ho.s.olu i.iirsi.nn. 1IIE MONEY PANIC. More Fnlltirea. From III" Lcnulm TtmiCHy Arliile) Mai 21. At the commencement ofhtmtn"as this morning It wua known that the European I'ntik. nn estahPHlnneni tnrined during ti e pant '' i earn by an amalgamation with the ' Y l g lull i nd Irish Dank " and elan Willi aomn bauking roncem connected wl n the Continent, had touni it liec aairy to aiiHpend. in the exlmlng preitire o' a 1 foreign linenee rlainn on Kig and th event exci'ed no mrprlae and ttin on'y norlous Importance attached to it was leaf the pnhllc uliould. trom the name, afume It to be a new cause ol dlatruat. The nominal capital fluures for X4 non.Ot't. bnt the mount eohscribed was 2,i46 "0 ' on which i44,4.W wa paid up. The ahatea are of JtSO, with 15 paid, and their onotailon waa 14 dlmonnt. At 'he lat meeting, on the Ifttb of February, a dividend was declare 1 at the rate of 6 per cent, poranouin, jElit.riOrt waa added to reserve, which was thus raise J to 45,000, and was ear- lieil lorward. The Banking Toroorttion of New Zealand whoso drafts wero returned on Thnrsdny last. tinva ca'iod a meeting of their shareholders tor Tuodai to propone that iliey should prov'ile a voluntary 10a i to inset tlia reo.ulrcn.cnts of 'he moment The asiotsofthe bank are statid at Jf);,0CO wlilln the lialdlltles are only CilM.O'iO, leaving a snrn os ol S 4,tMl to cover the puid up cupilal ol Jtiio UWi 'he whole awoiint of their acceo tnnces iiiclnillng 250 now overdue Is .aid to he jtb7,0(Kl. .Most ol ih aiJet are roprei iitod to coui;st of seeiired claluis on soixont noraon' in tlio co ony. which, of cours, at this junctare are totally uso cm for the purpose ot otitalnhiu toHanor iry aislstanee. A irlerdly petition bas boon nreented in the Orlen'al Commercial Hank multrr. with the view oi irotouilng the assets, pending the araaeuetita wlilcb. it ia now understood, will ho carried out for carrying on the bull nes4 wit nout any stoppage J ho pi I in-ipa i.iruruuKi fallurea of the week, in addi tion to ihut of Mcm Feroio havo comTrlsed fhe firm of Messrs Holderncss & ln'ton. iron and wood ship btiildeis and of Me-srr. Hoult. Knglisb A Brandon, raer chatits t ie 'lahillties l cauh case being larue Messrs. Puf, (Jndell Co., meichantx and ahlp ouncra. and (.laiiniicoiiiilo t Cocni ani, oomiuls-iion merchnn'B, have also suspended, with liabilities. It Is suppo-ied, of less amount It Is an liU"tration of tho fact that In some case', at all event the actual com mencement of war won d bo loss Injurious than tbo chronic apprehension of It; that the slilnownln fitins who havetal'od thro t-jh tlm recent nroJBdi-n would most prohahiv on the ombreaK of hostilities have fouud thoir property greatly incteascd In value. From the Lnwlnn Tune ( ivy A' ticli). Mii 22 1 lie gliarebolners In Overend. Onerney & Co (limited) wIllDiidoktani. thac the meeting called or Wednetdav lias becti en-lrelv with the view of ascertaining the pos aiblHiv of renewing om-ra Ions so as ,o nreservo the rood will, and not ibr the presentation ol any statement lu regard to the progress of the liquidation ot the com- fianv. A special mfetln lor the latter purpose will, it a tald be convened hy ibe directors as soon as the rcriort sha lhave been prepared probihlv atthi end of the month Meanwhile, the sugg-stion for tie formatli n of a new company has been advantageously modified so as to provide that the whole of whatever capital m iv be suhscrlned shall be paid up, and that there shull be no furiherllahlilty. LEGAL INTELLIGENCE. TI Niiirfm I'nnrla at NIhI Print woro bo'd by Justici s Thomfson end Road tbis morn-ng, but uothiuir oi putlio interest was done. OlntMrt 4'inirt In Bunu-I'resitlont Jtidgo linrswood ann Jiulpo Stroud. Tlio Jmietormof tlio Conn commenced tbia mornintr, and the Court In bano waa erjKaeed with tho now trial motion list. District (Jonrt !Vo. 1 Judo Hare. Jacob Sbvrb vs. Cbarlca HoQ'man. An action of replevin to recover lor a horse ami waxon which tho plain lill ailoces that he purohased alonpc vith the good will, fixtures, etc., ot a t akery bought from a Air. Subcrt. I he deft-nsc alletro that the horse and wagon did i.ot beiong to Air. Hubert, bur wore the properly of de!endaut, and woio not included m the saie. Jury out. Court of (onunon IletH Jud?o Ludlow 1 he Court was engaged wuh tho miscellaneous argument list this morning. Koihing of public in-tert-st transpired. Conrt of nrlr 8iR1on Judeo T'orce. The Court met this morning tor the June terra. Iho p-aud and petit jurors announced to serve wero, with a lew txeepuons, in aiten ianco. Mr. Samuel Aloore was appointed foreman of tlio Grand Jury, which, all the member.-i being duly sworu audi smrmcd, after receiving a wise and weil-adaptod instruo'ioti from the Court, retired. Two ot those humuioned to servo on the Grand Jury wero excused, viz :- James Steel, on plea ot not being n citizen, unci Samuel II. Ross, on plea of il. iio-s. The following three, caliel on tho list of it and Jurors, wore absent, and, for their absence, 3ii d ?200 each: Win, H. Ovinttton, Henry Saun ders, Mid Afied Young. The list of l olit jurors was then called. The lollowing, called on the list, wote absent, aid, lor their iba'iice. lined 850 each: Charles I'evhu, line', tfite, A. 1'. Hnrtman, i homas Senior-lit. John O'l'uiiO d, Cieorgu Cia.t, John Ciardner, and Edvi. Jobntou. The lo lowin? ma'le applications for excusos, their reasons being, as usual, both numerous und various : D. ('. Lew, excused on a p ea ot deatuess; J. .rfaycr, excusod for ou i week oo p ea oi piossing business; Josiah Wood on plea ol being a public ollioer on duty; Wnlinm (ireen on plea ol illness; Sa.ouol plinth, on plea ol illno-s; Jauis A:ram, excused till Thursday on pie of i lness; Williutn W. Ax. on p ea of being a icyrnmont oflicer; Isaac Major, excu-ed tor a wek on pb a of pressing business; Jeseph Bennoi, on plea of ulnegs. 1 he lollowmjr t'ave rotsong that, would not lus'liy legal excuses, and wero, consequently, rei'uied: (.norop Kel'v retn-eu on a plea ol bemsr proprietor of a h del; William 11. Aiiisworth rotuned on a plea oi rro sing busiuesa; John V. Himnier, a Cierinan, je'u e l on ni lo.ioi "nix undeishtuud;" Mr. Sanders refund, for tlio resent, on a plea nt illness; Chris tian lluiton refused on a Tilea 01 "nix undorshtuud " Those jurors wi'O id not apply lor excusvs. and thoi-e who were excused, wore discuargnd uutil to Uiorrow morning ut ID unlock. CITY INTELLIGENCE For AMUumtd Local Items Third I'age.) .American Tiikatre. This popular place of am us. no nt otened oi. Saturday eveuiug with an iiimiei ko audience. It has recently passed into the hands of Mr, F. u iibIiu w, who, dunuf a short vaca tion ot two wcets, has had the entire daco thorough'y ronovatod and creatiy Improved Very coinlorlab e aim-chuira of a h.'ht and graceful out teru, have been plaued lu the auditorium, widen greatly improves tho apparanoe ot the house; tliev are painted of an oak color, and are much nioro appiopnate than tlieo d one-. In tact, this judicious choice of chairs has complot-lv changed tlie who e e fleet of the bouse. While they ate better located for tne comfort ot lady patrons, there has been no Iobs of room, and more persons cau be accommodated than be l ore, without the same amount ot pressure. Hie aisles are iuld with llrut-seis carpet of beau litul design. few scenery and stage cfldo s, aud a largely . increased draiuatio company and bal'et troupe, will add to t' e attraction of tne place, li is th tn-ention of the new management to nuiiB it rlrst ela theatre, the stvie of entertain. mi m being of a iight vaudeville o'ass. This evening the Han on Brothers, said to be the most expert irvnii asts in the woild. make their tlrst appearance, in coi Junction with Zanfretta. the Si' grists, and the regn'i.1 stock company. The orchostra. largely in creased, has been placed in charge of Dr. Cunning ton, and all who know his reputation as a musician will t e g ad to notice this fact. There is an evident disposition on the part of the new management to ItUALfJ U)v Attwicap, populw place ol Ivtort, An iNTrRESirxo Case. In tho Cotitt of Quarter Sessions on Snturday last, in thoo.isn of Hie ommonwi altu, at the relation ol the Aor hcrn Homo (or Ftiei.dlin Children, vs. Margaret Curiau, being a hnt.eas corpus dircctin" tlm do endin: to bring b fore the Court John IricDertnott and iar gartt AlcLteimott ohileronof v)r.K;len McDnrmot', who had re eased them to tho Northern Home some time in 1804, it appearod Irom the evideiioo und s atcmmits ol coun-oi tha' the molhur, wlio wnssomo yean since iclt a widow, with three cln drnn. and without an- means lor their i-uppori, occasionally tried tn soo'lio ter sorrows by drinking lo excess. In 1SC4, conscious of her weakuess and inability to maintain her children, sno released them to the "Heme. "and went to livo at service. Moon attor wards two ol the cliilmen were p aced ont with good iannlios, approved of by the mother. Iho third was schooled at the "ttome." Her sister, Alargarot Curran, tho defendant, who was al-o a house-si rvfitit, d ssaii'ttcd at tho children boinrr placed in th "Homo." brought a A'jwvui roniu.i lor tin m early mat 5 ear. claiming that sno hud the richt to tlio custody of tlm noy ihen at the "Home." and to know w.iere the ott or children had been lionnil. I lie Court dismissed her writ, remanded th.- bov to the "Home " and leftised to put her in a position to disturb the other cln rlren. tneir 1110 her b,vn en tirely sulisi.ed with the places provided tor them by the "Heme." Tho aunt then applied to the "Homo," through her loiiio-el, to bind John McDermott, to a man until' il Aic(niu If. Tnis wasavreed to and Meiiinnis took ti e bov, but only Kent him a few days, and handed him over m tlm annt, without the kunwlodgo or coiiiM iH ol the "llnnio" or mother. Tho mint also cbtAincd kuowledgool tho wheroauoii's of tho o'hor children, and abducted 01.0 ot them, Alargarot, from an excellent homo In Chcs'cr county. From that tiruo lorward the "Home" had been unable to find cither the defendant or tho children, a tnouuh tho mutler wa placed m the hands of the police of our ciiy. Their mother was v rv much distressed at their loi-s, ai.d was la-t weer taken to the 1'cnnsyivania Hospital with pnlinpinr consumption. lr. llerbeit. 1 lie attending plus clan at tho Hos ptal, sent word to the "Home" that her uisos.se was very much aggravate. 1 by woirvi.ig tor her children KiOoubled exertions were at onco di rected to be mane by the police, under tho direction ol Olllcer Benjamin Hecdnr, who found the defend am, and served her with tho writ of habeas corpus upon 1 ucsday las. Her Bwom return to tho writ on Saturday was that he had no tne custody of the children from the time it was issued until now. This return was "traversed" or denied by tho Northorn H mo. and Officer Keeder beiiiu ca l"d testified that delondtnt admitted to linn whon lie srved the writ, on the I bursduy tol lowing, that she had control of tho children, but would not cive them up. Upon cross examination, he stated that this last conversation took place upon the stops 01 Bishop Wood's houso on I ogsn Square. Mr. Mftclicson, lor the Northern Home, then stated to the Court that he had a number ol wit nesses in attendance, but did not deem it worth whue to go beyond deloudnnt's admission, and pro ceeded to argue the case and mado a pathotio appeal on Lehaif ot the dying mother longing lor a stunt o( her offspring. Ho was lollowed by Johu O'Bvrne, Khq., in a humorous speech on beha I ot thi defend ant. Judge Fierce at once caded the defeudant to tho bar ot the Court, anil rel uked hor foe the con tempt i-lie had manifes ted tor tho processes 01 tho law and tor her sister's feelings. I he delendant, lnterrnptm the Judgn, said she wou d uot teil wlicie iho children were, and would soonerdie in prison. 1 he Judge accordingly ordered her eoinmntmeiit l!e lore tne adjournment ot tho Court, howovei , the d' tendanl expressed a wiliinjr- uet-s to take tlio children to their mot Her; wlncl Air. Alitcheson oked the Coui t ilmt she oe allowed to do, ius'ead ot committing her for contempt. Judtro 1'ierce nctiiiiescud, and the case went over to Satur day nej t, when tha chilaren aro to be given up to tlio Court. A PnizE FiciiiT Bt.okex Up Arbest of Foun LocKKits oN. Jolin tu'ecu and a man named Kecsley adherents of iwo rtval tiro companion, havo hud a grudge u gainst each ot'ier lor eoino time past. Only a tew lua ago they arranged matters tor a prize light, and yestenluv uitjiuoon about hall-pa-t 2 o'clock, together vvilh a large number of lriends and spectators, tliev crossed the alarket street bridge to select a spot tor the comoat. Lieutenant loMiort, of tho T'.vcnty-fotirth Ward, was notified, aud be immediately ue;patctied a sipiad ot men under er;eanls Saunders aud I'll' in pur uit ol the pugilists. Tne policomou crossed the AlurKO' street bridge and repaired to tne cruss Keys, distant three miles from tho bridge. I ho Lieutenant and another squad proceeded out Wal nut street to Gray's Lane, aud communicated with the squad under command 01 the sergeants. it wtii a certainea tnnt tne ngnn-rs nau dboh in (iray's woods at day's lano and Baltimore avenuo, but fearing that the officers cou d nounco upon tliem uiiobfirved, ttn y continued on out tho ISalti- mo:o pike to Church lane about ohm miio over inn Hue into Delaware county Hero tliev entered a hold bo oiiping to tsathan Baker, and mado a rinr preparatory to coinmenc ng the coulltct. Tho ground selected was an open Main, irom -vnicu a guua view cnulil be had ot the policemen if tney mado thoir appearance. It is said that ten rounds were fought, whon the otlicors coming in sight, a general stampede was made. Tbo "rhpuldci-hitters" were harried Into a carriage, while the spectators skedaddled in every direction. Hie Sergeant's squad cupturod lour of iho spectators, mimed llobert Cocker, Michael linn, uavid Mcv onagnv, ana josepn Atiwoou. Tho prisoners were brought to tho city and ar raigned belore an Alderman of the Twonty-tourth Ward, who committed ttiom to await a requisition Irom the authorities of Delaware c.muty. One of the (quails was composed, ot twenty men trom Mie Ninth District Ihe policemtn did the best they could under the circumstances. They had to travel throngi) tne rata and mud, and were subjected to great inconvenience. Had the fighters selected Cray's woods, and there earned on their biutat conflict, theieis no doubt but that they would nave oeen captured, logetner wnn i.io creator number ot the spectators, who, it is stated, numbered about two hundred. Forioiiitv Cask. The proprietor of a iewolrv store. No. 211 North Second street, was notified on Saturday that an attempt would oe made to roh his store. The party giving tho information was named Henry Graham. Chlet Detective Frank lin was communicated with, and a watch was set on the premises; bnt on that night no attempt at rob bery was perpetratsd. It appears that Graham avain called at the store, and the proprietor paid him $ 2 lor the information he had Riven him. Miortiv alter this Graham returned to the store with a note, pur porting to have been signed by Chief Franklin, and ri commending him to the lavorablo cous deration of tho uronrietor. This was presented in order to obtain a lurther sum ot money. Officer Ueeder was at once notified, and lie arrested Graham, whon it was ascertained that the note wus a ioigory. Graham was committed by Alderman Beltlor to answer. Faib in Aid of Tiie Thnx Widow's As,vlum To dav a Fair onens in Mechanics' Hall, corner Fourth aud ueorge streets, lor tho benefit of this institution. Its object biiu a praiseworthy one, our citizens will not tail to take that interest in itewe lnre which has characterized them on ail occasions. Contributions ol all salable articles, or moiiev. will bo thaiikful v received at No. 2' is licn- moiid etreot, No 1010 Marlborough s'reet. No. lull frank lord avenuo, or to tho address 01 u. J. Hamil ton, tcoud and Green Btreets. The managers ol the institution thus appeal to the eitizeus lor aid, and loudly hope that their appeals will not bo in vain. The Carolina Twins. Those wonderful natural phenomena are still on exhibition at the A-sembly Buildiufs. They are attracting iho atten tion of scieutilio gentlemen, who pronouuoe thorn moro extraordinary than the Siamese twins. They w 111 reimiiu during 'lie present week, which will be tne last opportunity that our citizens will huve to see tluc curiosities. Intekkstino to Aokicllturalists. " I he l'hilosophv of I'rnning Ireer" is the subject of tbo eesav aud discussion beioro the Tennsylvania Horticultural Society, next luesday eveuiu. Dr. John A. V ardor, ot Cincinnati, author of "Hedges and Lvergreena," delivers tho opening address. Tho e lecturt-a on ihe lirst Tuesday even'ngs in every nioLth are free to the public Stabbing A faib. On Friday afternoon last a light took place between two young men at Itttltih aud Bedinrd H'reo's. One of the partioi muts, named William Mo A leer, it is alleged stabbed tho other in the leg. Ihe accused was arrested on t-atuntav idght by th police ol the Second Distriot. lie hud a hearing belore Alderman Tittermary, aad was committuo to answer. A Pleasant Affair. Ttis afternoon an agreeable uiucieai lestivai occur ui nmitn s isianu, under the aiisjiicea 01 the Stengel bund band ot this citv. Mr. Lakemyer proposes to continue these en tertainments during the summer. Uts establishment In Carter street ill be conducted bv bis partner, Mr. Beiiloe, and will continue to furnish tho good thing' ot life to ail customers. Attempted IIobbery. At three o'clock this morning an attempt was made to force open a back door of Air. A. Wiiden's residence, northeast coiner ot Broad aud Jefl'aison streets, Th thieves were frightened ott'. Robbery of Tools. On Friday night last an unfinished building at the corner ot Cholion avenue aud Wayne street was entered and robbed of tools, such as saws, planes, bauiwor, etc lUe tbivVOt UlttJv good tUeil vSCeli Assault and Uattexy and Malicious Mifcuiur Last nicht Thomas Kahy, wmie intoxi caieo. committed an assault and ha'tery upon a neirhbor, alter which he smss 'ed in tie wiudow of the residence He was arrested, and oommitted in dofault 01 glWP bait to answer Ttik Pamo iw KunoPK We useo 'o olien wonder why Alistress Partington did not try To make her langunga more correct, freeing that ail her toneue's quoer caperj W ere s'raightwav put Into the papers; And much to b amp, in this respect, 1 Loni Nap , when he does utter Words that make slocks and bonds to flutter, And fo hi"h prices give effect; But stin, to crntitv your mind, Cheap rates at Bennett's yon will find! Wl: HATK Al'iroot Fancy Cansimere Punt, as fait) as. . ...$t 00 Vmlt ' ... 2 50 " Slack " Pantt " .... 6 01 " Cloth Vct .... 4 00 " Fancy Casgimcre Sails, to m itch 14 00 " black Suits 20 00 AiU'ancini frnm Ihrte ra'es ire. h tve ;inls of all nrnilrs. vp io the very flvnt fabric, at price rrfwl tn proportion Mews', You'lts', nwl Hoys' , 1'noir- PANOB HAVK FOUND WITHIN TnR PAST KKW WKKK-t THAT WR AIIB ACTUALLY PKLMMO OODU, 8KHVICK AIH.K OOOD8 AT TIIE rillCKS S AMEtV Bknnrtt k f!o., TOWKR IlAT.t,, No. 618 Market ntrkkt. "Hyoiemo Wiak " Tins lTMAcnio BiTTKB has no equal in promot lug appetite and invigorating digestion. "Hyoibsio Wink" will answer most admirably as a sovkkkkin rc Kb.VY 111 all cases of "DvflPKPBIA," and in those states of debility which aro aot to attend convalescence, ei-pectnlly when the aliruontary caual is In an nteeb'ed condition, ili.s "Aromatic Tonic" wl'l bo found most rhVctual in a permanent cure of sonrnossol the stomach, and a di.-ipositiou.to tl.e accu mulation ot flatus in the bowels. "Hygienic AVine" is tho best remf dy that can be employed in the con valescence f'om protracted lever, aud s'likin;? of the vital powers. Physicians prescribo it as their main dependence in all low febrile affections, for while it Increases the fulness, it lessens the frequency ol tho pulse, it r-ootbes the nerves, and produoo a tendency to sleep, invine renewed vigor to ttio whole systoui. Frknch. Richards & Co., SOI.K AOKNTfl FOH PENNSYLVANIA. Also for sale bv Dyott & Co., ann all Druggists. 1 YPV8 op Man. 1 he type of a Glazier should bo "Diamond." Tho type ot an Ovster should be "Pearl." Tho type of a Jeweller should bo "Agato."' The tvpo of nn Honest Alan should be "Nonpa reil." The type of a Maiden should be "Paragon " I he typo of an Author should be "Sonpt." The tvpo of a Baby should b "Small Caps." 'Iho type ot an Alderman sbonld be "Kxtonded." The type of a Pohtioian should oe "Bold Faco." Tlio tyj.o of a Barber should he "Hairline." Tlio type of a Soldier should be 'Cauon." 1 he tpi ot a Citizen should bo "Bourgeois." 'Ihe tvre of a Fiist-C'aas Heady-Made cllothinc; House si 011 'il not only Le, but is diaries StokX'S & Co 's (Ine l'rice, under the Continental. Sumn er Clothing at Kouen l Twees. For. l'.IIEAKFAST. FOR DINNER, for surruR NKW I1EKMUDA POTATOES, NEW BERMUDA ONIONS. NEW BERMUDA TOMATOES. Your Grocer or Market man oan get supplied at Bermuda Produce Company, No. 120 West 8tr"ot, New York. Plantation Bitteub. S. T. IRjO. X In answer to numerous inquiries upon the subject, we may state that these eclohratod Bitters are prepared with mre at, Croix Rum, 'ho cslobratod and in valuably medicinal Calasava or Peruvian Bark, and other strengthening and puritying ingiedieuts. As a wholesdino and agreeublo touio they have no rival. All who try them are astonished at the bene fits iliey immediately derive from doing so. 1 hosx who overtax the voice in singing or public speaking will find "Brown's Bronchial Troches" exceedingly useful, enabling them to endure more than ordinary exertion i.n comparative ease, while they render articulation e'ear. For Throat Dis eases and Coughs the Troches are of service New Drufs AIakino KSTAnLisiiMENT Ladies can have their Dresses. Suits, Coats, and Basquines handsomely made, at the shortest notice in twelve hours It necessary at the Dressmaking Establish ment of J W. Proctor & Co., No. 920 Chesnut street. Nef.di.es C. C. T. " Compound Camphor Tioehes." Potent pocket remed-, subdues cramp, controls fliarrlicea, choleraio evidences, etc. Only maker, C. H. Nced!os Twelfth and Kaee, Philadel phia, fifty cents per box Female Trvsbks, Braces, Supporlers, F.lastlc Belt". hihI Stockings, lirht and elegant in hnish, adjusted by a lady, at Needles', Xwellth street, first doer below itacc. lg you most take medicines then take Ayeu's, which are by far tlio most effectual romedica to bo had anywhere. Grover & Bakfr's Highest Preminm Elastic Stitch and Lock-Slnch Sewinu' Machines. No. 730 Chcsnul street. "lubricative packinc lor steam engines. for terms see 72a chesnut st. , plnla., and 26dey st., new york.' 7-SOs, 6-20s, 1881s, 10-40s, Compound Tnterest Notes, and Uold and (Silver bought and so d by Dkexel ft Co., No. 34 8. I nmi) Street. Compound Jnterept Notes. 7 810 and 5-20s wanted. Do Haven & Brother, No. 40 S. Third 8t. Popular Tailori-so. liKADY-MADK CLOTniNO, AND iiNK Custom Work. Wanamakeii & Brown, Oak Hall, Southeast corner Sixth and Market Streets. M AKKIKI). AUSTIN DICKINSON. On May 23, by the Key. Richard A Newton, D. D , JOHN H. AIH1TN, M. D , formerly ot the L'uit-d States Navy, to M AGGIE W., eldest daughter ot tho late Dr. A. C. Dickinson, of Philadelphia. DIED. BLAKF-. On the 81st day ot May, 1800, SABAH, wllo ot the late Jacob Blake, in the 75th year ol her ago. The relatives and rriends of the family aro respect fully invited to attond the funeral, fiom her resi dence, near Fort Washington, on Wednesday, Juue 6 at 10 o'clock. -VOCIt 10(i IS IN DANO lilt FROM TH R .1 dog catr.hi-rs! You can obtain Muzzles, Collars, Straps, chains, aud Leaders at TRUMAN fillAWS Jio. W (Klght Thirty-five) MARK KT tt.. hlow Ninth. rpilE DIFFER EM 'iK IN MARKET VALUE OF .1. dried cherries between those pitted and thase with the stones In. would In one season, with a fair crop, par tor soeial of the I herry-fctoulng Machines, which will do two bushels an hour Kvery farmer having cherry trees shouiaown one. Sold by TiUJM AM A MI AW. No. 8!f(Eli;ht Thlrtv five) MAIUCKT St.. below Ninth A PHILANTHROPIC GIFT WOULD BE A L Clothes-Wringer with cog-wheels (which we know tobe'le most duralde). It snonld be used bv every hi ii'eku per who properly estimates tho value of the time, lalior. and clotHlng saved by It. Ask your neigh bur who usts one It the would do without It Hold hy TIUJM AN A SH AW. No. 835 (tight Th'rty-nve) MARKKTM beJow Ninth. p EQUINE MACKLNaW SUNDOWNS FOH I.A1HI.S, IN GItEAT VAB1ETV. TO Bfc 11AD OF THRO. II. McCALLA, At Ms Old Kstabltrlied Hat aud Cap Emporium, 5 14 im Ho. 0t CHK8NUT Street T O R D A N'B TONIC ALE. J JOltDAH 70ON'CNLigio JORIAN 8 TONIC ALK. It Is recommended by physicians ol this and othet places as a nuporiot tunic, nd requires bat a trial to eonvinca the meet skeptical of lU great merit. To be had. holeal. and retail, ot "OgD Cliampaune Cider, by the dosen, bottled, or by th barrel. a ,4 UNADULTERATED LIQUORS ONLY. Bit 'HARD PKNISTAVd STORK ANl VAirtT. No. 4M CHESS U T BTKEKT. Kearly Onnoslta the Post Omce, T-llll.ADEI.l'HIA. Families supplied. Olden UvUl the Couatry promntly MILLINERY, MANTUAMAKINQ, &c W 0 i) i) & r a ei v , No. 725 CHESNUT STREET. Kow offer FANCY BONNETS and TRIMMED HATS, for Ladies and Misses, at cost. Also, all styles jf Straw Bonnets nd Uats at moderate prices. Em pire Bonnets, Fanchon Bonnets, Ja panese Bonnets, White Chip Bonnets, Opera Bonnets, Gipsy Bonnets, Cryitalline Bonnets, May Queens Bonnets, llnir Bonnets, Pat-a-pan .Bonnets, French Lace Bonnets, Gip sy Queen Bonnets, French Bonnets, English Straw Bonnets. Donnpt Frntnes, every atvle. French FIowm-, Bonnet Ribbons, Milks, Orna ments, Crapes, Lnces, Silk Violets, etc. Derby Hat. Shenliordess Hat. Sailor Hut. Stuidown Hat, Medallion lint. Highland Hut, Seasirte lint, Infants' Hat, Cryiialline Hat, Japanese Hat, Dew Drop Hat, Turban Hut, Hamilton Hat, apoieon uat, jocker Hat, Cou tinoutal Hat, Snnheaiu Hat, Lilliau Hat. WOUUNLNO UoNNKTS made to order. WOOD A CAIIY, 4 lt2mrn Ko. 73 CHESSUT Street. E MRS. 11. DILLOX, Nos. S23 and 331 SOUTH Street, Has a hnndsome assortment of STRING MILLtNKBT t WlKi'i1 end Intents' Ha s and Caps, Hllks, Velvcu, Crapes. Uibbons, leathers. Flowers, frames, etc 3 IS 4m SADIES' CLOAKS, BASQUES, ETC. HADE AND TI1IMMKD IN TI1F M(I81 FASHION AHLF, 8TTLE, FROM TBE UKHTtlOOOS. AT Tllii LOWtisT i'OSf IUIJ: t'KICES. 1 VENH f!0., 6 II 2m Ko. 23 Ponth NIMH Street AUCTION SALES. PAN COAST A WARNOCK, AUCTIONEKRS, 618. So. 24(1 MARKET btrorL IABUK I'OSITITF. PAt.K OF AN) I.OT AMERICAS AM) I VI I'C Bi'MI 1KY (KHIDS. KMRUOI IhKIKs, Mll.MNKRV (iOOUjt.HO.-IERlf OOOIIS.ETC ETC., by catalogue, On Wednesday. June 6, commencing at 10 o'clock. Included will be found a lartro and desirable assortment of gooits adapted to present sales. ti i 3t BSCOTT. JR., AUCTIONEER, .No. 1020 CHESNUT STREET. 521S C AFD. We are prepared from now until Julrl. to make fieolal sales of any description of mercnand'se, snd wl ) u-e our best endeavors to give satlsftiction, 1 or tetnis, etc., apply at the office. ti 2 2St LUMBER. 18GC n n I' I L D I (l k n I T. n r v t ; t J, LUUBF.RI LUMBER I LUMBER 1 BIS r 1WAKJJ. RAIL BLANK WHITE PIKE tL ORIITQ YBILOW FINE Ff.OOKINO. SPRUCE PISE FLO'lRIVti ASd ANU WALVUr FLOORiJJO. FLAarr.Riso x,ath. PLASTERING LATH. -1 Qt'U'X PINK. HEMLOCK, AND OAK PINE, HE.MI OCK. ANI OAK TIMBER, CVS IO A BILL, CUT TO A BILL, AT SUOHT AOTICE. i Q(U CEDAR AND PINE SHINtJLES. .l OUU. CKDAR AMI PINE SHINULES. No. 1 LONG CEDAR SrJlNOUKS. Ho. 1 SHORT ejtDAK SHINGLES. WHIT: PINE SHINGLES. CYIRESS 811 INGLES. FINE ASSORTMENT FOR SALE LOW. 1 QP.Ci LUMBER FOR UNDERTAKERS! ! lCUO. LUMBER FOK UNDERTAKERS! I RED CEDAR. WALNUT, AND PINE. RED C EDA R WALNUT, AND PIN K. 4 Cft ALBANY LITMHEROPATX KINDS J.OUO. ALBANY LUMBER OF ALL KINDS SEASONED WALNUT. SEASONED WALNUT. DRY POPLAR CHEERY. AND ASH. OAK l'LK AN I) BDS. MAHOGANY. ROSEWOOD AND WALNUT VENEERS. i Q(IC ClfiAR-BOX MANUFACTURERS. lOUU. CIGAR-BOX MANUFACTURER. 8PAMSH CEDAR BOX BOARDS. AT REDUCED PKlCES. A Qni SPRUCE JOIST! KPRUCK JOIST! lOUU. SPRUCE JOIST! SPRUCE JOIST 1 FROM 14 TO ifj FEET LONG. FROM 14 TO 32 FEET LONG. SPRUCE SILLS. HEMLOCK PLANK AND JOIST. OAK FULLS. 11 A CLE BROTHER A CO., 5 if bmrp No. VM SOUTH STREET. Jp II. WILLIiVTVIS, Seventeenlli and Spring Garden Sis. offeus A FEW CHOICE LOTS OF SEASONED WALNUT, LOW I OR CASH. 5 21 lmrp I E "W" o m Iv IN GREAT VARIETY, For sale at manulacturrs' prices, by A. II. FHANCISCUS & CO., No. 513 MARKET Street, AND No. 510 COMMERCE STREET. Goods ordered direct from factory. Uo order accepted after July 1. 61 dim INDEPENDENCE HOTEL, No. 633 CHESNUT Street, (Oppoalte Independence Hall,) on tne EUROPEAN PLAN. LodauiK per day FIFTY CENTS Meals at U bOUfl t moderate prices. 141U1 UUSftT BECKER. F0CUT11 EDITION LATEST FROM WASHINGTON. THE MUNICIPAL ELECTION. ADDITIONAL REPORTS OF FENIAN MOVEMENTS. VVsiniNOTON. June 4. Tr-e I'Ictlon To-day Probtle Knl(. The municipal election of this citv is in pro gress, the content beinir between Richard Wal lucli, the present Mayor, and Horatio Kaqby, who Is run as tho candidate of the workln?rne:t, on the i luln-hour platform. The in lications are that Wallnch will be re-elcctcrl bj a Wire ma jority. Movements ol (.eneiat Meade and ticne i at Sweeney. WATEnTOWJ, N. V., Juno 4 General Meade aud stsfT passed bore this morning, rn route, (or tlio Jorth. Gcnerol Swooney and one hundred and Dfty Fenians were on the same train. The United States Marshal lioro olzod nine boxes of arms and accoutrements on (Saturday evening's train. All is qulot north of Oidonsburjt, this morning;. Buffalo, N. Y., Jun 4 All Is qniet on tho Niagara ironticr. 'I he arms of tlie captured remans ate on board the steamer Michigan, Iho lintixh colors captured by the Fen an. attne i-uttlool Kidr. way, tihicli the Canadians call Limestone Kido, ate also on board the Michigan, COISCiJlESS. Wasuiqton. June 4. Nenale. A communication was received trotn the l'nst-master-benerai in responso to a resolution adopted scmo months since, vivimr liiformatlou as to tne cost, practicability, oio., ot establishing a national teleirranliio system lu connection wi:n the Jfost Oflico department. A number ot unimportant bills wero called up and dibciifsed. At 10 o'clock tbo Reconstruction resolution was taken up. Ioue of Brprntatlvs. Under the call of States tor bills. Air. Patterson introduced a bill to amend tao act to enablo (faar tl an and committees huvmz control over the estates .of lunatics in tlio several Sla'es to act n tho Distriot ot Columbia. Kead tw.ee, and reitrrcd to tho (Join mit'ee lor tho District. Mr. .)nckes(K. I.) introduced a bill to oltr the places ol boldinir the Circuit Court of ili i United, otates lor the Kliorte Island district, and amendatory of tlie net to Oftablish the Judicial Clours oi tho I mtcd h a.rs. Head twice, and relerrod to iho Com. mime on the Judiciary. Air. VYiifriit (N.J) introduced a Joint resolution relativo to afrech waier ba.-in torirou-clals. at fap I an bay, on the Hudson river. Head tv'ce and re ferred to the Cemmiib-e on fi'aval Aflairs. Mr. Lawrence (Ohio) intro'iuced a bin to provide a temporary Ciovernmenr tor ihe Territory ot Iju coin. Baud twice aud rclrried to tho Committee on Territories Mr. Fainsworth fill.) introduced a hill to amend tho practice ot the United states Courts. Kuad twice, aud refuried to the Committee on tho Judiciary. Mr 1'nce (Iowa) Introduced a bill n (fiilatm tho tenure ol certain otlicers. Head twics aud rolerred to the Committee on the Judio ary. )t nroviucs that all civil olliccrs who hold their C'tlieos bv appointment from tho l'resideut or any ot tbo Head of Departments, shall bold their oflic-s lor lour years from tho clato ot their appoiutineut, ana shall not be sul ject to removal durinff thoir term ot oflice, except lor maifeasanco, and in all cases where the advice and consent of the Senate is necessary to appoint, tho same advice and consent shall bo necessary beiore anv removal rhal! bo effected. 1'rovided that tho act shall not apply to those boldinir positions merely as c!erks. Mr. Hitchcock (X. T.) introduced a bill to provide for the pcoloirical survey of the I'erntorv of Ne braska. Kead twice and rolerred to the Committee on f nblic Lands. Ali-o, a bill to provide for the erection at Nebraska Citr.ior a building lor post oflice nmi internal rove line oflice, and tor holding United States Coiirts. 1,'eud twice, and referred to tho Committee on Ap pi epilations. Mr. liur.ciph (Dahotah Tor.) offered a resolution, which was adopted, calling on 1 ho Secretary of the Interior for information as to the amount paid to the Indian tribes for various purposes. '1 he preamble and resolutions offered by Mr. Wil liams (I'a ) last Monday, to which objection having been mui'e, weiit over under the rule, came op next in order. The Disfranchisement of Deserters. Hmnisnrnn. June 4. The Sunremo Court haviuir adjourned without announcing its deci sion, as requested by the Governor, throuah the AttoiTicy-deneral, on the constitutionality of the aot ol Conpress disfranch. Anpt deserters, t be bill pased at tho late session of the Lesris liituie for onriyinfr. into eilect the law of Con gress, has thiff day been approved b.y the Gov ernor, that immediatu preparations for the records and certificates required by the act may be commenced, nnd time afforded ibr correction of errors in tbe record. Ne w Yoik Hank Statement,! Xew Yobk, June 4. The Bank Statement for ihe week endinir on Saturday ghows A decrcaso of I.oanc 87,171,000 A decrease of Deposits lO eO niH An increase of Leiral Tcndeis. .. 4.65)956 An iiicrea-o of Sneoio 2,121,14 An increase of Circulation 2J36S Arrival ot the Steamei "United Kingdom." New Tork, Juno 4 Ihe steamship United King, urim has aimed. Her advices have boon antici pated. ;oui. New Yobu. .Tune 4. liold opened at 140 . and advanced to 444; and at 1 lu o'clock was quoted at Latest Markets br Teletjraph. New York, June 4. Cotton is dull and nominal at 87 40c. toi Middlings Flour is steady; sales ot b.j()0 bhls at 7'2O(a'J90 lor State, 'J45''jl4 for CHiio, and If 7'20;a9 tfi lor Western ; Southern un chanped, 400 bl."io!d; Canadian steady, 300 bbls. sold at ID u,13 60. W heal advancing ; salos oi 2v 0 Lush, at S2'2o for No. 1 Mil waukie. Corn active and advanced 1 2o. ; 90,000 buc h. sold at 81 83c. for neiy mixed. Beef steady. Pork heavy at S30 U2. Lard firm a 19$ o22.'e Wlili-k firm but qun.t. New York, June 4 Stocks are irremilar. CbicaKO aid Koek Island. 98; Cumberland prolerred, 40; l.hnois Central. 117; Mielnean Southern. 80; Nw York Central. 98i; I'enu'a Coal, 42; Headiutr, 103; Hudson River, 111; Canton Company, til); Missouri 6s, 784 1 K.rle, fill; Western Cnion Telegraph Com pnry. (WJ; UniU'd States Coupon i's 18H1, luttj ; do. 1K68 122; do. F.ve-'I weuties, 18(i2. 102J ; Ten-Forties, 90; Treasury 7 8-10ths, 102, a tiold, 14:lS.U8J ; Sieninr Exchange 10 per cent. ; Sitrht Hills 11. Baltimore, June 4. Flour Urm; Western extra Wb ter 13 Wheat dull and nominal; the supply is scarce. Corn dud atSJ4'J6c for white, and 893; 9( c tor yellow. Oats steady Trovlsious tirm, with an advancing tendency. Suar quiet. C!oiloe dull, at unchanged prion lor liio. Whisky $2 80. Philada. Stock Exchange Sales, June 4 tenwtedbyDe Haven Uro.. No 40 S. Third itrott v unwn-N itfiAirim ssrrn v m & 9 200 sh Catawissa ef. . iH Wish do t.80 100 n l'h , K.sl0wu 32 fiOO sn Keadinc Hi 100 sb do b30 04 100 sb do b30 bii 10Ob do. ...slO 64-19 2i0 th oo so 64 f ih do. ...slO.. 64 i 600 sb Hyde Farm... 800 h N 1'enua 89 80000 U t 7-30s..Jnel(? S4000 LS6-20S 64. ...102 fjlUdO do 1802.102,) 81000 Fa 6s m 158000 do.... coun 90J S1000 Lehmh V bs... 02 P-2800 Citv 6c,nmc8i o b.l 100 sh SchNypr..(30 8i 1 sli l'enna K 64? 8(X)sh McKlhenv. . . . I 200 sh W Branch Cn 20 j SLCOIf L 600 U S 7 BOb Jne. 102J fx0 do 2j S2C60 IT 8 6-208. 66... 102 lOOshMcKfcKlk... 6 0nlaad 10 64 100 sli do b30 643 100 sh Fhll F.ne... 32 'hjiuit Kfi-ta Can 15 2 sn 1'enn I! Ml 8sb do tit 10 sh do- 641 2 sh do 64 81 sh do 64) 1 sh do 64 Bsh do 64) 11 sh do 64 J 8 sli ao.nti.M. 51i li)0sh Cat if 28! 4ih n a,. mm... w A 0 L I) K N T 11 (1 T II. TEETH EXTRACTED ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN. BY THE Col (on Dental Association, No. 737 WALNUT STREET. No. 19 Cooper Institute, New York. Ao. 1G8 BALTIMORE STREET BALTIMORE. There is notMng which people dread more than pnlu. aidthero is no pain more excruciating than thai ot having a tooth extracted. When I first introduced tln NtTRons Oxine ok Lait-iuko CIAS, as a substitute Inreliiorofonn snd ether lu dental operations, I met with sneers aad rtdlciilo. Hut the new agent uinao a mealy and constant pro gress. The Gas has nowhsd s trial of throe years, and! has eomo out trlum phaniLr 1 Many ol the Icafli na Dentists of N'c w Tort eni Phila delphia, who have given up tlie use of hlorotorm and ether, send all their patients to me who reiulia to taka an ann-sthetlc. I make a tp cial y In the uso of the Qas and have buMncss enough to Justlljr mo la making it vkf.mi every day. 1 now use shout 30 gallons perdny. As to its Safety, I have administered It to over 11 WJ patlenu since May, 1H63, and no unnleaaaat cat ers have attended a single case. If there was any dauber irom laha ing tho Gas, would not snne one of these have been Injuriously affected? All tho (Denial and Medical Journals now admit that the Gas is the best ana atretic lor tooth-drawing; be si, because enough can be given to produce entire Insenslblll y, without any danger; best, because it Is so pleasant to breathe, pro ducing no sickness or disagreeable sensations, and leaving tbe system entirely tn two or threo minutes; but. because it will succeed wl'h patients on whom chloroform and elhcr have been tried In vain; best, be came tbe most do Icate, nervons, and feeble porsona canbicathe It with saety; best, because, with many patients, It renders tooih drawing a pleasure. Our patients have all signed a scroll certifying thU their teeth have been drawn without pain, snd oppo site each name is a blank lor remarks. The following; are a low ot the rcmaiks: - Without tho slightest pain an uninterrupted dream. Lu a tvre.,n Mimtl'-r of Stat ' A good humbug, n a niau can have bU tooth drawn wittiuu. snowline it. 'I n i nty teeth extracted without the slightest palu. with one dose oi gs." llniM'o unihia-iho greatest (tlscevery o! tho ago.' "No more old-mshltued dentistry lor me." ''Ought to erect a statue t i lie inventor." "Jiy seconu operation wl'h the gas lisve tried ether-, most earn, hut recommend Mtrous Oxide." ' Kerne hut tlieuiosi auicealne sensations " "Very pleasant .'ream." "Wks weak ami nervous, lecelved no pain, but woa deiml'y re rei-lie.1 atterwords." "A p easant nue on ihe cars " "A great improvement In the barbarous art of den tistry." thould never have a tooth drawn wLhout It." ' God oless tne Inven'or." 'Have uomore dread ol tooth-drawing." ' II arm less reliable and wltiiout puin " " Ibe icai I exnerieuced beiore taking the gas was only equa led by t! e plrai-ure oi Its ase." "Iliirtetn teet.i drawn, with one dose of gas, and no) pain." Dellgh'cd with the operation." "A pleasure instead olnaln." "ibis bials my chloroform," (trom a dentist). "I thank tho Lord tor u.is discovery 1 was perfectly unconscious." With many others, I may woll say, God bless Dr. Colton." "1 am well raid fcr coming 200 miles." Names ot persons who have had teetti extracted by uv V.UHUU pvitiu jiaeuumtiu u, uiinuoiijiiiu ; ( unper Homier, i:d. , lluiuce r astt'tt, Charles K. Garrivues, Francis islackburne. Hut. a. Paul, ltev A ex. J. Hamilton, (come II Stuart W II lam .N aruock, 1) Newton till. Kev. George Lrlnuhurst, bar cs F. bit knell, Frank F. Zelgler, K. J. tlowiett. George B. L. Clay. M. I)., Samuel Kreauier, K. A. Turpln, Johu berry, W. M. Yeukel, ( Har es C Gumper, W tn.J sonotlJr Gurnsey, M. H hlsty. Samuel D Fortlng.l Frank W. New bold, Charles l!erclii-l, M. D., Mrs. Al. C. Hlanh.tr. Ai rs Jlary C. Uo.mes. Mrs. F. Fisher ' Mrs. .,. 1J. Whlrlng, -Mrs. 11. l. Weaver, Miss i.illte II Lewis, Mrs. F . lseldlug. Mrs. Jaine J. Allen, Mrs. Carat) ltalston. .vlrs. K. 8. Davis. Mrs K.L4jmter, Viss a nljJd(Kre, Miss Carrln . ox, Mrs. K. K. Bisenbroy, Mrs. l)r. Bunni-r, Mrs. cth It. clneuin, -Mrs.. I. M tlr.Kll.ird. Miss Fannie Knowles, .Miss MaKgie 1'aiico.n t, 1 Mrs. r. M. M.ioie. Mrs Ilann ih l'hllllus, Mrs. Nellie Wilson, Mrs Sarah I). Toinllnsou. tr rs Anna Taylor. 11. . wooowan M.ss Marv M. Mltohe'l. George 11 Mitchell, M. D., Miss Juliette H Roberts, James Black. rsi(., MIssKobeeca W AitomuS, ( harles H. Iteeves, Mis M. (J. Wa lace. II. C. Tatierson. j rs. George T. Kevser, J.T. Kldott, Mrs. P. c.Mowart, Isaac 8lead. Mrs. tl. G. Bruua, W. F. Waters, , Agnes Wilier (S years o'd). John 8. Parser, Miss C. Burrv (5 years old). auk. . nuitruuiiviuu, m ir. .nre. jr ASilurail, lf&l. F.C W ilcox (II vearstoldj, Mrs. Anasiatlu Hewitt. miiuain v.. uancroit, J. G. Mitchell, D. W. F. lilvenies, b. C. Herbert, dentist, Airs. John U Kutier. 4 Mrs. Julia A. otevons. Mrs M, C. i ronnmaa, Miss Mary Devlin, onn . croiniiingcr, mrs. o iag ev. II. Muttorworth. rs. Dr. Thomas. tTav.. J. K.Bslcv. 1 homas . Ha.r!son, Colonel Lewis Wagner, A. Gunther. J. A. McArtliur, M. D., J. 11. hhoemaker, Alexander G. Cattell, SEW C. II. rahipren.IT. 8. N. A. A. Howard, M. I. John II. Johnston, M. D. F. Holllck. M. I. H. C Jones. M. I. B. L. Walt, I enlist. E. I). Kobie. I'. 8. N'. N. W. Klntslty. Dentist. Kev. Charles C. Painter. Kev. F, Babbitt. Rev. D 11. Kmerson Klchard C. Heau, M D.,U, s. N. I Miss Gertrude :. Gorga, iMIes Marv K. TnwiiHend. 'Mrs. L. Harry Richards, Mrs L. A. Itumlev, Mrs. F.Hzabetk bower, Miss Mary A. Hrakeley, 'llrs A. J. Hamilton, YORK. Mrs. Kev. wm. Anderson. Mrs. Kev. H. Loomts. Mrs. George hetterman. Mrs Carrie Boiline. Min. James P. Harper. Mrs. H. M. Heard. Mrs. El leP AIM, on. Mrs. J. H Baehe. Mrs. ('. W. Adams Mrs. George 11. Norton, Mrs, James H. Mills. Mrs Iiev. William Molkln. And tourieeu thousand John J. Mitchell. M. D. three hundred and tity-six. Mrs. K. D. H. S. South-.others, worth. I From a large number of Testimonials, I select tlm following extract from a letter addressed to me by Pro fessor P. II. Vander Weyde, Professor ot Chemistry la Glraid College, formerly ot New York Medical Col lege "I am satisfied that nitrons oxide can be used In at cases wbere etlier and chloroform eannot be saiely administered: lu many cases the use of the two last lamed anasthetics is by judicious pbvsiclaas con sidered unsaet notwithstanding ibis, tbote are too many cases on record where the counter Indications were overlooked, and fatal results hai e lol owed tbo uso 01 ether and chloroform I know no esse in which 1 I would consider nitrous oxide gas unadvlaablo. except In a cape 01 cemuiniitlon so far gone .bat the excite mnt amending the extraclon of a too lb would be unsafe wiihi uiZai'V an&ttr.etic. From the A'tu York Fvanaehsl: "We are slow to believe lo the eilicaeyof new reme dies which are otlered to ihe public, but the frequent testimony of clereyuien and others ot our aciPji,uiaiic has assured us that Dr. ( ('Li on has at last touud a means of extracting teeth absolutely without pain " "lo Dr. COLTON is due the credit 01 reviving the use of this most important SKent inltrous oxide) in the prac tice ot Dentistry "Loner Irom burgeon Carnocliau, Aclerlyman of this city vlsltsd the Colton Dental Amoclauun a lew oa s since, and a'ter having a largo, troublesome tooth drawn, made this certificate on tba regUterot the Association 1 "ho palnl All over in turee mlnu'H A man can leave the dentist s hands In a good humor." Tho operation was performed by tuej use of Nitrous Oxide, or Laughing Gas. A '1 HAfc KVt'L Heabt. A lady teacher trom Washing ton recently came Into our oitit-e, aud said she had soma teeth which she w ished extracted, but Hlie was so ner ve us she was afraid to take the gas, snd she knete she should teel the pain. We assured her there was not tbe slightest danger, as we had given it to thousands, and never bad a failure or accident. She breatbed the gas, and we extracted nine teeth. When she awoke, I said : '-Your teeth are out. "ft isn't poit bic!" Hhe placed her baud to her mouth and exclaimed, "fleet bleu jiu all!" Hie luimediatoly wrote on our scroll her name, and add'd ?', (W,ji Dental Jssoetattona blettmg to the human raee,"- OFFICE J No. 737 WALNUT STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 5 10 tlim8tri Ko. 19 COOPER INSTITUTE, NEW YOBK. No. 168 BALTIMORE STREET, BALTIMORE FEICE $2 00 for the First Tooth, and $100 for each. Subsequent Tooth.