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It waa at such a moment that a motion to recognize as bellige rents made. It is more than probable that the mover, having drafted his resolution on Sunday, was deeirous of not losing an oppor tunity to have it placed on the Journal. Recog nize! Rccocnlze what? Recognize whom f There ."was flobody to be belligerents except a set of societies without local habitation in New York :City, and a few brothers in neighboring States. ' We would have liked nothing better than to have had the Fenians succeed. Had they cap tured Toronto and still fought; ha1 they won a victory, and effected what was a lodgment on British soil -then their recognition would have been simply a retaliatory action on Eng landshe accorded to the Confederates the character of belligerents before tbey could raise an arm. She, with unseemly haste, hurried to declare' the American Republic dead, and held a saturnalia over its ashes. Her provinces sympathized with the enemies of the nation, and aided them by every means. For such we have no sympathy. We would like to see the Government adopt the identical proclamation and bill sent forth by Great lir.tam five years ago. Put Fenian for Conlederste, and let it go Joith to the world verbatim et literatim. It would be a simple action of reciprocity. The curse would be sent home to roost, . It' the Fenians had succeeded, then would we have favored recognition. But through mis management, Ignorance, stupidity, dissension, and intolerance, they have only made them selves the laughing-s'ocks and olijec's tor na tional jeers. And now when they have failed, for a member of Congress to issue such a bill, is an absurdity. We do not love Canada or England, but we love our self-respect, and we feel it en 'angered by the suggestion of such non sense as was calmly favored by the Ohio repre sentative. Forests lor the Pi ai vies. Me. Donnelly, of Minnesota, has introduced in Congress a bill looking to the propagation of fprests upon the great prairies of the West, probably in many respects a more Important measure than this has never been brought to the attention of th 3 American public. The in fluence of forests upon the soil, climate, and productions of various portions of the earth's surface is one of the most Interesting topics with which physical geography has to deal. Nor la It a subject by any means devoid of in terest to the practical statesman. The preserva tion or destruction of forests affects the supply ot timber lor navel architecture an! for ship building; in general. It influences the price of lumber, and so advances or retards the growth of citle and villages, ft determines, to a great extent, the supply of fuel for railroads and fac tories. It modifies the climate and the soil, anl thus affects the supply and prices of provisions. In its more remote bearings, it often determines the ques'.ion of the habitability even ot large sections of country. 0 he vast prairies of our Western States and Territories are unique. They are treeless, b it fertile. Tiie soil i deep anl productive. . They are so nearly level that the absence of forests does not result in thore terrible desolations of the surface by storms and torrents which mark those mountain districts in France whi.-re the trees have been removed by the hand of mm. Oa the contrary, tbey receive back year after year the luxuriant crop of grasses which tbey bear, and so become ruber and richer. The absence of forests from our Western prairies probably exerts a marked influence upon their el'raate. Mechanically there is nothing to bieak the sweep of the winds, and they always prevail with more or less violence. The first thing that strikes a stranger in a prairie country is the constant winds. Day and night they blow almost without intermission During some seasons of the year these winds hre of o moderate a character as more properly to be denominated breezes, and then thoy become an agreeable feature of the climate, but at other times they add greatly to its rieors. When in winter tfe North wind comes sweeping down in unobstructed fury from the Arctic regions, it produces a degree of Intense and unendurable cold on the prairies to be found nowhere elsj. It is no uncommon thing upon the bleak open plains of the VVe6t lor the mercury to descend to more than twenty degrees below zero. Team, sters, stage drivers and travellers mffer much more in the winter there than lh :y do in wooded countries in a hUher latitude. A temperature tLat maybe endured with impunity when th"! air is still, becomes speedily destructive of human hie when acompanied by a brisk wind. As a result of these terrible winter winds, thexUing of fr.iit upon the prairies is impossl. ble Id the Bame latitude where, in more sheltered localities, it is produced abundantly. Ta is upon the prairies of Iowa, which lie within the parall els of Central New York and Northern Ve iu sylranla, it is found almost impossible to raise even tbe hardier varities of apples. These same winds often add to tbe beats of sum mer. Sometimes, after several days of dry, hot weather, a violent wind wil) spring up from the south and southwest, and sweep, with the breath of a very 8imoon, over the land. 1 1 can be compared to aothlng eke than to a blast Irom the mouth ef a furnace. We hav? seen tender vegetation under such a wind pcorched .and withered as though by contiguity to a Are. The common theory THE DAILYEVENING TELEGRAPH. in regard to these hot winds among the people of the West, is that they are owing' to beat and drouth prevailing over a vat region of country destitute of mountain ranges and great lorests. j There are o:her peculiarities of the Western country, caused to a greater or lcs degree bjf the absence of trees, which It might be interest ing to discuss, did our limits permit. For in stunce. it i worthy ot scientific inquiry whether the floods of the Mississippi river, so destructive all alone- its lower banks, are not owing to thi vast extent of unwooded country drained by it and its branches. These floo Is impose the ex pense oT maintaining a costly and extensive system of levees, which, lter all, prove but a partial protection against their ravages. It is probable that thegenoral propagation of forests throughout what is known as the Valley of t!ia Mississippi would result in tL,e almost entire cessation of these floods not by dimiuUhiug the fail o rain, but by preventing the surplus water trom so rapidly finding its way to the streams! An open prairie sh"da water almo'tj as rapidly as tbe roof of a house, aud prairie streams are universally subject to sudden and excessive floods. Where this system prevails over tens of thousands of squars miles, as in the West, even such a mighty stream as the Father of Waters becomes too small to carry off the rapidly accumulated volume of waters consequent upon protracted and widely extended storms, and its restless floods spread upon every hand, breaking down the feeble barriers erected by man and laying waste his most valuable works. ' What wa the original cause of the absence of trees upon li e prairies is not known. But, now that there are none, it is quite evident that a new growth Is prevented by the annual fires which sweep over them. Wherever the tires are kept off a thick and luxuriant grojtthof underwood tpriugs up Immediately, which, in a short time, furnishes fuel for the settler, and in a few years gives him fencing-stuff and lumber. It thus happens that the progress of settlement in a prairie country produces a precisely opposite result to that produced in a wooded country. In the latter the progress of settlement destroys the forests; in the former it tends to restore them. Each prairie settler fuels an incerest in keeping fire from his own premises; roads across the country check its progress; and in mostot the Western States the wilful Brin of the prairies is made a penal offense. The result is that every year larger bodies ot open land are preserved from the ravages of fire, aud thus contribute an annual increase to tho growth of timber. Th-re is a tar greater breadth of forvst timber growing to-day in the pra rle regions ot the West than there was before the settlements were made. We do not believe thai mueh can be done by the General Government to directly ro-ter this work. It is on too vast a scale. The experience of other countries, where the destruction of forests has been of more immediate and positive damage, does not afford much hope that legisla tive enactments can reach the matter. Some thing might be done by the State governments by way of releasing lands devoted to the growth or preservation of forest- from taxation; and something might perhaps be effected by the General Government imposing a tax upon lumber, to preserve our present wrests. But the great means to be relied on must be enlight ened sell-interest on the pari of the people them selves. , If tdk Cholera comes, the sewer at Nine teenth and Cbetry streets will prove a beacon to guide its steps to that locality. Whera are the twenty-six inspectors? Tub Soldiers' Convention. The Saldieis' Convention assembled this morning, in the Aca demy of Music, at Pittsburg. It is composed of delegates elected by the honorably discharged soldiers in all of the counties of the State; and its object is simply to take counsel together in regard to the state of the country and the proper policy for them, as loyal men, to pursue in the future. As the delegates are chosen in open ballot at a regular convention by all the soldiers in each county, we can consider the opinion expiessed by them as the utterances oi the great body of our defender;. We do not know what tone may be adopted by that body; but whatever it may be, it canuotbe dented that its voice is the voice of those whom both parties claim to be in their favor. The attendance, we understand, is very large and its utterances will bo looked lor with interest. WnY is it that offal, remnants, and refuse matter are allowed to so accumulate in the neitbhorhood of Broad and Prime, that the stench is almost unbearable? A Socnd Conclusion. Mr. Ruth, the Moral Instructor at the Eastern Penitentiary, furnishes some valuable statistics of the parentage, habits, etc. of the criminals cor fined In thai institution. From these data he drawe the conclusion that the principal causes of crime are "defective enrly moral trninras:, bad company, and habits of in temperance." Of tho five hundred and eighty, five persons confined in the Penitentiary last j ear, lour hundred and eigh ty-nine were add icted, more or less, to the use ot intoxicating drinks. The statistics of pauperism point to the same great producing causes. Pauperism and crime go to make up the burden oi our local taxes. They are the twin children of Intemperance. Wr would call the attention of the Board of Health to tbe filthy condition of the alley in Seventh street, above Walnut. Unless looked to it will Invite pestilence. SiNITARl'AFFMRS IN NE W YORK IlAUBOR. Tbe cholera cases on board the infected ships tn New York harbor are increasing in numbers and virulence. The hospital arrangements are ex' ceedingly defective, and. considering the fact that tor the last six months the cholera has been an expected visitant, reflect anything but credit I upon the municipal and State authorities. To complicate existing troubles, a vessel with two j cases ot yellow fever on board has arrived. Does thk pool trom the stables at Twenty-first and Chesnut streets, which flows into tbe street, . i i i . r i . n a conduce to me neaun oi me raiuuiuimj r Excessivi Importations. The amount of British goods, exclusive of teas, silks, etc., merely passing through or re-exported from ELRland, went to the United States during tbe quarter ending March 31, figured up the enor mous sum of $36,000,000. This is against $14,000,0t0 during the corresponding months last year. No wonder gold is going oat of the country, when foreign goods, in such over whelming quautities, are coming in. Tp-DAT is the flist day on whloh we have suf. fered trom warm weather. It opens the summer season, and with its commencement comes new sanitary duties. Let the Board of Health look to them. ri"WAVAlARrR A UKuWN, IIWAKAVAKKR BKUWM. f-WANAAKKK ft HROWN. I frWAKAMKfR BHU'VV, IjTWAhAM RKK KKOWS, I V WAN A MAKER EK'W N. handsome CLOTHivrv HANKfl 'ME CLOTH'NU ..jfi mosoMK clot iimO j HANK-OME C O HlN.3 I . . T" lilt. L (ITlIT .- , . " . 1 jl ' ri i r iAr i ni flu Jt fTL' WEST PHICKH. JTOWKHT PKH'E. I' towKSi n i;m. fcfLOWfcST l'KICES iTr TTN r XFrl T'lN A nl.1?. IflTS- IJT WMCXCfcPI lONAIM.E n I f. if ' v t X I PT1 ( N A H LH KITS ifVXVX ( KP I ION .1 HI.K KI . J-I KEX( E' T(n K FITS Jyr"U.N X CKPTION A B' E KITS TMV PKOPT,: PT.EASF.I). .ffl THE P"OPI,E TIjK Sf !. THK PEOPLE t'LE ASED.yf j THK PI OK'.K rbKASM) Jt I TUE PEOPLE PLEASED. errf-oAK HAIX, sfr-'MK. hall, rOAK HAI L, rOAK II ALL, JT l lv II ALL 8 E I OUNICH HTXTH AND MRKICT Sra.Tl U li AD. I. U Ql VTII 1 kilt HI 1 llirL'K l. ii r. . if H. K. OKNFR SIXTH ANI MARR,r TS.Zfl i M. c. CORNK.R MXTII ASI) MARKET ST-.."S1 S. E. C'oRN KB SIXTH AND MArtKl.T Sl'-.fiJ 1 1 w . s ry o n kv rurcTiniT ot vX FAMILY SEWING-MACHINES. SPECIAL NOTICES. I See the Birth Page for additional Sprcial tfoticet. tW NOTICE. ADAMS EXPRESS COMPANY. t n and altf r TUESDAY, Way 1, the FREIGHT DEPARTMENT, Of thin Company will be removed to the Company's New IuIWIIiik E. cor. oi LEV - S ''a and M IKK'Icr aYrt'i't"' ''ntrance ou wevcmh street and oa Marble A 11 Slonov and Collection BumnoM will be trannaoted as hereto ore at No tm t:HK8 L'T street Small Par cels aud I ackaKCH l I be revel. ed at ol.lier olhce. i all liook will be kentatea h office, and aav culliea toicd (lien-ln tircvluua toft H. M ll recrlve att;ntloa Bam day, it within a reasonnbl,- distance trom oat oillcea. lmnilrles lor gt oii and settleuiunia to to mad atNo 320ClltBilli I dtreet. 30 4)iim JOHN BIVOnAM.SiinKrlnrBndBnt tT WINK OF TAK SYRUP, FOB CO IT US, - Coda, and ADectlonnor the Lurnrit. -TliH mix ture Is entirely vexetab e, andallorda speedy Ballet In all l'u'mm-iry DiBeaxe, uch as Antlima, npitllait ot'Bioud BroucuitU, Ac- Prepared only br ' HAKRI8 Oi.lVKB, DniBOtsts. 8oniheaat Coiner TEN I H aud CUtSiNUT Sireets I hiladelpbla. ft vs lm rn O'BlilK'S NATIONAL p ji i z e c o n c j: It T, WILL BE HELD AT TIIE RINK, THURSDAY, JULY 5, 1866. Thla Tat" belnfr the largest In the et'v. wli' aico nmo daeali w:io wish to nttenl. Imiaidlately alter tbe Convert thu drawing wil. take p uce, when 0TR HUNDRED THOUSAND DOIAAKS In.Talaable Pilzes, Inc'udlng fB2M,000 IN MONEY, Will be given to the Ticket holders. ONLY lOO.tWO TICKETS AND 25,000 PRIZSS, BEING ONE CHANCE IN FOUR. The first prize Is 2 EN TROU&AXD DOLLARS IN CASH. . Tbe Drawing will nosltKelr take place at the time ment onea. The Prizes are a 1 purcbaxed, and will be delivered Immediate y alter the Conor t and a u 1 statement ol the drawing nd list of tbe winnl ig num bers will be sent to every tiuket-oolder. Parties whose numbers appear on the ilxt, win forward their tickets a once, wlih full directions tor shipping goods or uunera 1 have published A NEW BOOK Con-alnlng a full list ot prizes, describing how the prizes will be drawn, and how parties not in theory are to send tor them.' and. Indeed, au-weriag evry question about the Concert, besides containing much other valua ble Information, which I will send fit EE OK OHAKiJH to everv one oaring a tioxei, anu inc.osing nre cents to pay postage. INDUCEMENTS TO CLUBS. I WILL SEND for 4-50 5 TlckeW.'For 28-00 Tickets 1 Ml 8 do Si (III 4D 43-0) 50 do do lU-IMt 12 do 17 5(1 2U do 21 60 25 do 85 JO M do Money can be sent at mr risk br Drait PoHOiTlce Order or heglstered Lettor. Always sand your lull name. State, county and Post Olllue. OBDEB TICKETS E VBLT. At this time. June 1 not over Fllteen Thonanl Th ket rt muln unsj d, ami tins nun bar will boju be i xliauxteil. Money received a tor the .ticket are aii sold will be promptly returned. 1ST. O'BItlKN, No. 122 DEARBORN Str;ei. KEFEEENCES. William Scbaus, New Tcrk City. 1.. I'riinrt Co., Boston, Matt. C. 'labor & Co New Bedford Mass. Hummer & urnln, Rochester, S V. J. M. Brsdstreet Ac son, Chicago and Sew Vork. Uoupll t o. New York Cltv. 1.. A. F.lltott & Co Host on Mass. Butler, Perigo & V'av, Baltimore. Md. WIIUhiu m. Konl, Cincinnati, Ohio. Ulce & Allen, Chicauo and Ka'aiuazoo. William B. Keeu & t o., ClilvtKO And every .Editor, Banker, and Merchan" In the city ol Cb'cafto. 6 Stuthsltrp Q 11 A N T F A I 11 COMPLIMENTARY TO rERSEVUlANCE ENCAMPMENT, AT NATIOSAU GUARDS H VLL, RACE STREET. The giettcat display or roods since tbe Sanitary Fair. A splendid collection of Wax Fruit ; (O)tertof Forcing Hesei spiend'd painting of ' Jonatbia nd Davll (" very One let of Bass Ball Impleme itsi a man flcent pair i Match Hones, tor Fire Euglne Company all to be voted fort snd for sale 1' 01 other ar.icles for use and ornament. It ADMISSION IICK'TS riFTEES' CJNT3 T OST TIIR CERTIFICATE NO. 1221. IS I J sued bj the Pity of Philadelphia (old) to provide for the subscription to ibe Penns.vlvan'a Uallroad Com pany's stock, aated September 'ii, lHo-'l tor ona tboud dollars, payibie to John Uartli Dodgson, or Preston, Lancashire, tnvland, and Br v Hharp, or Londen. Kng iand, trustees, bearing In'ereat at six per cent, per nu llum. Kedeetaaule July 1 tfttuthslgi "PLEASAKT ROOMS, WITH BOARD, FOB 1. tht suuitosr.at o. lW9CUE3SUTBirot, 6 4 tit BEST AN'OWTMBN'T JT Bl.HT A ORTMKNT.Lff 1 BeT AttSORTMKH f IISTAOKT KVTlSil 11EST A SOR ' VKN r.5 I - -.nBr-M . S PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, l000iTDS- PLAU) MUSLIN, CHEAP. H5 CRHT "irB WHITE PIq,TJK. SOCKniT F-4WIDK VICTOUIA LAWN. 1-OORIIinRED M 8L,li!t KI)R WAISTS. 33 CIiNTtI.BCA91UUICIrIUALIX4. J C. STUAWBIUDUE A CO., N. W. CORNER EIGHTH AND MARKET. 250 DOZEN LINEN NAPKIN, ATMO AJrTIl $4'.1. 10-4LINKM BIIEtCTIIVa. IU0DO7.KN Ilt.n UURUBltKU TOWELS, t'i-in PICK DOZKN, 7.M UNT IIAKU LOOM TAIILH LI SEN. 6.1 IKNT UNIILBACIIKD TAIILK LtNB V. iOO LOZLN LINKM 11 AMUKHIU IIIUFs, FROM LATik BALES. . J. C. STRAWURIDOE A CO., N. W. CORNER E1CHTII AND MARKET. 25 CEST BLEACIIEDSniUriNG MUS- I.INH, YARD Willi'.. WAJIIVTTA, WILI.IAMSVIL.LK, AND NK W YORK MILLS 31 CENT PILLOW MUsLIJVS. 10-4, 11-1 ANU 1-4-4 SIIKKTIJfO MI'S. LINS. 3 CUMT UNDLEACUBD MUSLINS, TARD W IDH. J. C. STl'AWBRIDGE & CO., N. W. CORNER EIGHTH AND MARKKT. J7 CT. ALL-WOOL FLANNELS. BA LLAHD VALK DOUBT FLANNKLS. ANGOLA AMD FINE T WILLED FLAN NKLS. FLAIVNLL8 FOlt BATHING SUITS. CiAl ZK LANNEL, SIIlliriNO FLAN' AKLS. J. C. STHAWBRIDOE & CO,, N. W. CORNER EIGHTH AND MARKET. CENT ALL-WOOL CASSIMERES, FOR BOYS. $1-00 ASSIBIKRKS, FOR HEN'S AVE Alt. 910O FINK ASSIMKRKS, FOR SUITS. 50 CKNT FINK LINEN DRILLS. LINK N DUCK J AND SATTEBN DRILLS. FINE MIXED GOODS FOR SUITS. J. C. STRAWBRIDQE & CO., N. W. CORNER BIGHTH AND MARKET. 8050 FIxNE 1JRl) BLANKETS. BLANKETS FOR SINGLE BEOS. BLANKE1SFOR UEttTlIS. 1JL.AAKKTS FOR HOTELS. BLANKET S FOR ICE. J. C. ST K AW 13 Ml) UK & CO., N. AY. CORNER EIGHTH AND MARKET. yniTE HERN AN I SJIAWLS. WHITE I'RKPE MAIIKTZ SHAWLS. WHITE LAMA WOOL SHAWLS. FINE PKINTICBCASIIMKRH SHAWLS. BLACK THIBET SHAtVLS. SHETLAND SHAWLS, SEASIDE SHAWL?. J. C. STRAWnRIDGE & CO., N. W. CORNER EIGHTH AND MARKET. 50 CENT FINE BLACK ALPACAS SO CENT FINE PEARL COL'D ALPACAS. U3CINT GRENADINE BAREGES. H'4'OO wim: gros grain silks, for BACQ.CKS. 1 RAVELLING BRESS GOODS. J. C. STRAWBRIDGE & CO., N. W. CORNER EIGHTH AND MARKET. iHEAP DRY O ODS, CARPETS, MATTING, J Oil C O'hn and Window Shade. V. K. AKCHAM llAUL I', N. K. corner KLKVKnTU and MAHKKT Hireets will open tlilt morning from Anctton Ingrain Carpels at SO, 62 16 87 cenw, I, M M, l-3. and 1 .W; Kng'ish 'lapestrv Brussels Carpets only el 75. worth h-i 60; Rich Myle Throe-plv Cnrpcts, only VHH Heinp t arpets 87 cen's; Hag, 6'2 cenUi Cottage Carnets, a7 cents; Entry and Btair 37 to 87 cents; Floor Oil Ciotln. 62 cents; Window Bliados 1 up: White Canton Matlng, iilcriiiaup; Bed Chec Matting. 37 cents up; Velvet Buss at V2-M); Buff Shading. 41 cents up; Cheap Table Linen t heap Towelling and N apktns ; Material for Bath ing Bobes; Lawn", 81 conts; Oltuit Quilts, 3; Sheeting and Pillow Case iluslln IS to 37 ccnls; cloth Table and Blano Covers. Cheap Wholesale and ItetaU Store, H K. corner ELKVENTH and M AKKE r. 5 HURD & HOUGHTON, No. 459 BROOME Street. SEW YORK, HAVE JTJBT PUBLISHED: 1. THE MORMON PROPHET AND HIS HAREM; or, n Aatbentlo History of Brisbam Yonng, his numerous Wives and Children. By Mrs. C. V. Walte. 1 vol l2mo., cloth; lour por traits on steel. Price J-00. a. A BRIEF BIOGRAPHICAL DICTION ARY. Compiled and arranged by the Bov. Cbarlei Dale, B. A , with additions and correc tions, by William A. Wheeler, If. A. 1 vol. 16 mo. elotb. Price 12 00. 3. SHAKESPEARE'S DELINEATION OF INSANITY, IMBECILITY, AND SUI CIDE. By A. O. Kellogg, U. D., Assistant Phy sician State Lunette Asylu n, Utloa, N. Y. I vol. Umo., cloth, gUt tops. 1 75. NEARLY BEADY, CAKPKNTEB'8 "SIX M INTfH AT THE WHITE HOUSt." IvoLlSmo. Price 2 00. Farly orders solicited. oplri of thuaove books sen by mall, prepaid, on re ot Ipt of prices aim' xed. 6 6 tut)i2tp 1 ItUITS, NUTS, SARDINES, ETC. ETC. ranges end Lemons, Medina. Paper Shell and Bordeaux Al nonds. Sardines, half ana q inner boxos. - Marseilles i live Oil, quarts a id pints. Konparlel 'upetflm Capers. Spanish and Preach Ol Til, Ii krgs end glass. Engllth Pickles. Siuces, aud Mu-tud. American I Ickles, in barr. 1 aud glai s. . Tomato Catsup anl Pep, er Biuce. qna tt ard pints. English Mushroom an I H a' nt Catsup. Worcestershire and Incanow 8auoe. Bnnch, layer, Be dlcm ai d Valencia T alslns. Zante and Patras Currant! aid C Itrt n. , Frencbi Turkey, and Impcrlil Prun s. O rt noble WnlDuts, Pecan Kuts, nl K lberts. Ital'an Baccaroul anl Ve inlte II. Canned Peschea, im noes, Lotatsw.in' Co-n. Also, 'iCOctsesoflbectlebratel Virgin OU ot Als lm ported by us, qnais ad pinis. The richest -aUd Oil rec .v ;d irom France. JOSEPH B. Sl&SIER & CO., stuthiin 2(0. 108 fou h DELAWaEE Avenue. JUNE 5, I860. JTIAGSl i FLAG3! FLAGS ! BUNTING, 8ILK AND MUSLIN OF EERI BIZK AND DESCailTION. SWORDS, 8 ASHE" bel: a. BASK BALL CAPS BASE BALL. BELM, AND MILITARY EQUIPMENTS OP AM KINDS. WILSON & HUTCHINSON, (Successor to Erans, Oassall k Co.), ' No. 418 AltOII Street, 8 4 0t PHILADELPHIA. A CARD. Special Notice to Our Old Friends end the Public Generally. The JONES' One Price Clothing Houe. estab lhsd aixieen yeirs aso Isstdl in ui:ceiu operation at the od locai ion. No 6M MAHKEl' Street one door sbove Sixth and bss not changea I s place or manner ot doing business, which Is exactly the same goo I old pi in In ope ration tor nisnv yeats. namelv, "One ' rice anl ne de viation " The clothing we make Is orths moit subi an tlai character both as t' material, aid workmanship, so thai our custom rs never can comulaln of cltbsr Our stock is large, and p ain or f.slil jnabln people can he we. I suited. Our customers should be cae alto get In the rlgh place as there is no other cstablHhiiiiit In tnectty in our ilne ol buslnesi strictly ' one price." JONES' ONE-PRICE CLOTHING, N.n 0O4 MAItKLT ST11KKT, ONE DOOR ABOVE BIXTH. 5 Jl lmlp JjECONSTIlUCTION FOR TIIE SPUING OF 1880. C. SOME US & SON, No. 625 CHESNUT Street, (Under Jarne's Ball), Have been enable! to so reduce the prices of Clothing, that those of small as well as those of large means may furnish thctneves with a NEW SPUING SUn1. t-PRISG OVERCOAT8, ENGLISH WALKING COATS. BKUI i'KR AND FRO 7K CO VT8, SPUING SACK CO VTH, CAFSIMKRE SUITS TO MATCH, At figures Astoundlnglv Low as compa ed with war prices An elegants ock ot Uncut Goods lor mea.are work. Sailmltf JpINE HAENESS AND SADDLERY. 720 MARKET STREET. 723 Large taleioom contains a ull stock ot good ser viceable bINGLE AND DOUBLE 11 ABN'KUS. beat Leather and workmanship, for city trade, at moderate, prices, "and made to order at short notice. 13. P. MOYErt & BROS., No 720 MARKET StreeU K. II. Superior SOLE LEATHER TRUNKS, for Eu ropean travel. Also, Ladles' French Ires Trunks. 8 19 lm YALNUT CHAMBER SUITS, IN OIL OR POLISH ID. GEORGE J. IIENKELS, THIRTEENTH AND CHESNUT STREETS. gUITS OF WALNUT PARLOR FlJRNJTUierc IS OIL OR POMSUETl. UEORGE J. HENKELS, THIRTEENTH AND CHESNUT STREET3. gUIlS OF ROSEWOOD CHAMBER FURNITURE. GEORGE J. IIENKELS, 4 12trp) THIRTEENTH AND CHESNUT STREET?. gTUDS FOR EYELET HOLES. A LARGE AND ELEGANT ASSORTMENT, FOB SALE BT LEWIS LADOMUS, 6461 No. 803 CHESNUT St npHE UNITED STATES ACCIDENT IN- bCRAI-.CE COMPANY, Of 6 tacuse, New York, Insures against HEaTH FROBI evrry cause. whether ACClIiKN r. CHOI ERA, or DISEASE ofanv kind, with WEEKLY COMPEisATION tor DIS ABILITY from ACCIDENT POLICUS FKOM ONE TO FIVE YEAH. This Is tbe only ' ompani autiorled bv Its Charter to issue CuVBlMFD Lir'fi AND ACCtKENT POLI CI 1-8 uniting tbe benefl a of both Lie aud Accident Insurance under ne policy and premium, at the lowest rates cons' stent with the soundness of the Company and the security o' the Insured. NO A1EDICAL KXAMIN ATIO REQUIRED FOR ACCIDENT INURNC... CASU C PI1AL 20 wn. WILLI A M A. HTEPI1KN8 General Agent, No. W'l CUK4NUT Street, PhUadelphla Very liberal terms to gents. it NO T I C E . T II E FIRM OP EVANS. HAP8AM. & CO. is disolved by the withdrawal ol George O. Evans and William 8. Ilussall. The busi ness wii bo cent nued bj J. II. Wilson ana E. Hutchin son, under the II rm name of WILSON & 1IITTCI1IWSON. GKORGK O. EVANS. WILLIAM S. HASS.VLL, J. II WIL . , , E. HUl'CHINSON. JDNE 4, 1P66. 6 4 2t CLOSING OUT OUR LARGE STOCK OF C A It Tt I A O E S AT HEDUCFD PRICE. J. S. COL1.INGS ft SONS, 6 41m . jo. 6ia aKCP btreet. JMPBOVED ELLIPTIC HOOK L0CZ-STITCH 8EWING MACHINES, ' 01F1CE, No. 023 CHESNUT STBEM. LOAT SEWING MJ CHINES, Repaired aud Im prove! t b tnth3n'p B.'J WILLIAMS, No. 16 North SIXTH Street, : MANUFAClUEKft OF VENETIAN BLINDS, AKD WINDOW SHADES. Its largest and finest assortment la the cUr at the lowest prices. t( i Imrp STORK B HADE 9 MADE ASO LETTERXD. HOWELL & B0URKC, ,ITl AIHU FACT IT OS PAPEE HANGINGS WINDOW SHADES. CO NEB 09 t OlIlTIi AM) MAKEET STIIEETS rnjLADELrniA.