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THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, JUNE 5, 1866.
1 Trench Literary Portraits, i M. Thoodoro de Banvilie ha IufI published mie delicious I'artHiaa sketches. We translate lew of the more interesting ones: ERNEST BENAM. A head In expression very vonthful. but carnra, modest, searching, MroiiK, aliou'etoer ntellectual, but it is absolutely necessary to ay it scarlet. A questlotiirnr, persiiadinft mouth; an eve that pierces light ana darkness; Lair smoothed to the head to avoid trouble and Intermlttcnce to perpetual labor. Hut th author of "La Vie de Jesus'' hn piqrie une tele into the flames of thought, aixt it, u still all aglow. The fervid and poetical apostle ol Incredulity is red as Bardolpli, so much Is it true that citremes meet. The wine of the Ideal has cardinalise the nose of Ernest Kenan as the wine of Spain did tliut of ISardolpb. 0 nature, gran t trottique I CCIZOT. Under haughty and cold features proudly held, and ninKiiibccutly llluniinaled by ttioueht, demonstrates well that in our modern npe the lace is the man, since M. (Juizot, venerable to all parties, remains Imposing with a little pointed bi lly and a green peruke. Always calm in the most invidious momonts, M. Uut.ot is the only person who Uncovered no emotion when, the other day, apropos of the Latin poet, Terence, M. le Due de Is. railed out in lull academy "Terence ! t'tst possible mills j'ai un peu cublic won prec 1" Here is a utility sketch of apopulnr actress: PEJAZET. A joy, a frolic, a delnium, a jest, a son?;, an eternity ct twenty years, the fatuity of Lstu.ou, the intellect ol Hiciieheu, the curiosity of Don Juan! Her looks comprehend all, and. if she wished, those lonir turn lips ooulJ tell all. Tne eye is small, charming, saucy, the brow pensive, tne chin malicious, ihe woman liht as a teniher, the imagination rapid a9 a flume. If we had not become undertakers (dc'scroqiicinoris) Dejazet would be called among us, Uuudnole! She may still be called pa.sety and pood sense. Her mind is the gamm which amuses itsel with a stupid ago; her body, she has of the lcust possi bleshe has no need of ir, she never has had need of it, she w ho floats like a song or a winged stanza. We pass some tempting morcertuxio find space, if possible, tor George band and JJichelet: G COUGH SAND. This is truly she in the miraculous portrait of Calamata, who represents her in the costume of a man, tue clothes loose and too large, and a cravat negligently tied, superb t!en with youth and heroism. That ht le head that the waved liair caresses in large masses, the oral face, the torehead moro developed and apparently higher in the middle than towards tne temples, the brown eje, a little rapirroche at the root of tne nose, swimming, almond-cut, aud a protruding pupil, a look glistening with a melange of bon homme and malice, the aquilii.e nose with the delicate nostrils laised, flexible aud mocking, an extremely small ear shell-shapeJ, the generous mouth, with lips of a deep red, full aud finely chiselled, surmounted with a shadow of down, the teeth very white, narrow, a little long and protruding, the chin somewhat plump, but where one feels a resolute bone (un os cCarret tres ferine)', the neck majestic, the bust ample, rich, and well modelled, the very tiuy hands, gilded by the kiss of the sun, express ma?niti cently the love ot visible splendors, the enthusi asm for created things, the proud appetite lor all noble joje. We had said, before this rosy and flaming aurora of her infant cenlus, that she would write in reply to M. Feuillet abstract romances directed against the sacrament of penitence, and peopled with gossamer-like characters with nothing ot life in them. MICHBLET. Here is a man a conscience. What life, what animation, what flame in this thin face, wrin kled, burnt like that of a missionary, and an apostle, under this forest of long white hair so venerable and so cheering to lojk on! With out lips ,the mouth speaks, menaces, smiles, caresses, adores, disputes, persuades; his look sees, searches, questions, divines, follows the stars, pierceB the veils, lays open the horizon, defies night, going beyond her, and when he is wrnpt in an ecstacy exhausts himself in contem plating things which are not yet This lumi nous ix.ee with a Voltarian chin, from whence corner the Are which on every sido at once sur rounds and illuminates it? From the intellect, do wot doubt it. If lor an instant the dreamer is ailent, it is that he liztene to the breathing of the plants and the talk of birds. They have paid ot him: "This Is a madman 1" A madman, indeed, as Albert Durer and as Dante were visionaries. LUMBER. iQC'Ci BUILDING! BUILDING! J-UUU. LUMBKKI LUMUKKI LBilBERl BT' P liOAK Js. K Uti PLANK WHIIh FlAtH ORINO YKlLW PINE F.. OO KING. BPBICE PINK rLOKIVO. ABd AKL WALNUT FLOORlNO. PLASTKHl SG LATH. rLASTi:Kii.a lath. -i Qftfi I''NE. HEMLOCK, AND OAK JOl)U. 11MB-K, TINE, I1EMI Oi'K. AKT OAK TIMBER, CTT O A BILL, CUT TO A BILL, AT BUOKT AUTIUE. H Qpn CEDAR AND PINK SHINCLE3. J-OUU. C1DAR AND PIKE SHINULES. 0 1 LONG CEDAR BHINOCKH. No. 1 SHORT ' lil'AK MIlNOLES. WHJlh PINE MilNGLKS. OYrRKHS SIIINGLKS. FINE ASSORTMENT FOB SALE LOW. i Cfifi LUMBER FOR UNDERTAKERS!! J-OUl). LUMBER FOtt rMjERI'AKEUS! I BKD CHAR. WALNI'T, AND PINE. BED IKDiH WALNUT, AND PIKE. i QP, ALBANY LUMbEUOPALL KINDS J-OUU. ALBANY LUMBER OF ALL KINDS SEASONED WALNUT. SEASON!- I) WALNCT. DRYPOHI AR CUEKKY. AND ASH. OAK PLK AHi BDS. MAHOGANY. ROSEWOOD AND WALNUT VENEERS. i QP.P. CIGAR-BOX MANUFACTURERS. J-OUO. t'IGAlt-BOX MAN UFACTtTREIH. SPANISH CEDAR BOX BOARD d. AT REDUCED PUICE3. i Off SPRUCE JOIST! SPRUCE JOIST! J-OUU. SPRUEJOITI SPRUCE JOIST 1 FROM 14 TO 82 FEET LONG. FROM 14 lO 32 FEET LONG. M'RIH'E SILL1 HEMLOCK PLANK AND JOIST. OAK PILLS. MAULE BltOTHFR CO.. 5 2? 6mrp No. 251)0 SOUTH ijTREKT. Jp, II. VVIL.T.IiVIS, Seventeenth and Spring Garden Sts. OFFERS A FEW CHOICE LOTS OF SEASONED WALNUT, LO W i OB CASH. (6 21 lmrp MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. llU lit MAMIFaCTCRING ( OMTANY'S nkw MORE, No. Ubl (Hl-SNUT Mreet We reapectliillv call the aitcntion ot our frk-nrta and Ilia pub Ic generally ol mir removal to our new and nandnome Warerooina, Ol HARD HOW, No. 1103 (II SNU i Street, where we liave conMftn ly on lianrta lnrge Mock of our auperlor anl h ttilv flnlnlrd Hquare and Grand Pianos OurlnairnineDtl have been awnrded the hl(jhet pre mlnniaai all the principal exhibitions ever lie 1 Imhia com try. with nuineroua loailni' nia (rum the llrnt ciasa art'a a In Amerlra and rnrope. 'i hej-are now the leading Pianoa and are told to all paita ot il.e word I era na dclrlnr to purchase aflrat-claaa Piano at treat It rertucro ratrn alioii d not tail to Klve o a c 11 Ptanoa to rent luulng and movlnc p omp ly at t rOed to. HCI10M A K'K CO., 6 23 1in No 11U1 CUEeNUT Btroet MISCELLANEOUS. QEOUGE PLOWMAN, CAia'KNTKJt AND J1ITIT.DKU No. 232 CARTER Street And No. 141 DOCK Street. Machine Woik and. Wlllw rltlitlng promptly attende to 3B JpITLElI, WEAVER & CO., MANUF ACTTXERH OF Manilla and Tarred Cordage, Cords, Twines, ttc, No 23 North WATKRttieet and No 22 North lELAY.'ARE Avenue, HI1LADEL1-HIA. IriTrm II. Fiilfr, Miciiakl Weatkr, COM1AD F. Cl.OllilKK 2I4 MONUMENTS, TOMBS, GRAVE-STONES, Eto. J not completed, beautiml variety of IIAL1AN WAKBLE M OK L' MEM'S, TOMB 6," AND UEAVE-ST0NE3 W ill bo aold eheap lor cash. Work tout to any part of the United States. liKNUY S. TAHR, MAKBLK WOHK8. 1 24 win Bo. 710GBKKM Street. fbUadelpttla. MONUMENTS AND GRAVESTONKS. ON hand, a lare assortment of Gravestonea, of varl hub (li(.n8 made of the faneat Italian and Amorlcau Jiarb.eat the Marble Worka of A. STETlMETZ 8 27 tuth3m RIDGE Avenue, bolow tiovcutii atree T C. PERK. IN s, LUMBER MERCHANT Succeaaor to it. Clark, Jr., No. 324 CHRISTIAN STREET. Conataiitlv on hand a largo end Taxied assortment of Building Lumber. 5 24. $ C 0 R N K X C II A j nin MivuifArTnifV N O E JOHN T. B A I L , Y A O O., J?u. 113 N. iKOM and io. 114 N. WATK Htreet. l ul adaiiilila. DEALERS IN BAi.H AND BAGGIKQ oi every uexrtlptton. for Giain, Flour, Sait, huuer I' Uo-iiliate oi Lime. Bone lut, Etc. lane and email GUNNY BAG9 eanstantly on hand. 2V2J Aleo, WOOL HACKS John T. Bailf.t. Jawf.s Cascaded. T. J- M c G U I Q A Importer and Wholesale Dealer n FASCT GOODS, UOTIOHS, Etc, FIREWORKS, FLAGS, Eto WATCHES AND BLACKING, NO. 2 STKAWHKHHY STRICKT, Flrat bueet above becoud between lUarketand Cheanut 4 i'HII.ADELf H1A. BB1DESBURO MACHINE WORKS OFFICE, Bo. es h. FKOKT BTBEET, PHILADELPHIA. We are prepared to fill orders to any extent (or oar well known MAI BIN EKT FOR COTTON AND WOOLLEN MILIJt nclnding all recent improvementa ia Carulng Spinning, andWeavlnft. We Invite the at ontlon ol tuanulaotnrer to oar ex tea. live worka, 1 IS ALFBED JKBTKt SOB. WILLIAM S . (i R A N T, COMMKbION MERCHANT, No. 33 8. LtLAWAHC Av.uue, I'hUadclphla. AOENT FOB Dupe nt'a Onnpowder.Iieflned Nitre, Charcoal, Eto. W. Baker li Co 'a Chocolate, ( ocoi , and broiua Crocker Broa. & Co. 'a Yellow Metal bheatbtnir, Bolts. andNalla. 24 ALEXANDER (J. CATTKLL & CO. TRODUCE COMMISSION MERCBAHTS, No. 26 NORTH WBARVE8, AND NO. 27 NORTH WATPR STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 21 ALEXANDER O. CATTELL. ELIJAV 0. CATTKLL COTTON AND FLAX J SAIL DUCK AND CASTA 8, ol all numbers and brands. Tent AwnlnR, Irunk and Wagon-t oer Duck. Also I'apertlanuiacturera' Drier Felta, from one to aeveu ltei Vi ide; Baullna. Belting, Hull Twine, etc John w. evkrman a Co., 3CS No lu3 JONES' Alley. LEGAL NOTICES. IN THE ORPHANS' COURT FOR THE CITY AND COUNTY OF PHILADELPHIA. F.stateol ' UAKLES PESKVKYKE, deceased. The Auditor appointed bv the Court toaudlt, settle, and tid just the account ot LKWIS 11. RH.DN r.H, Acting Fxccutoroi the entate of CHARLES PENEVKYUK. do ceaned. and to report dlBtrlbutlon ot ibe balance in the haiuls ot the accountant, will meet the par ilea interested ur iuv pui lubru ui ins noponitiuuui. uu tt l.ii r.nwa a , June lath, li-6. at 4 o'clock P. M., at 'be Oilice of L.KV l.H M. Ill- KIN r K. KRq , HO. 102 B. t VVK 1 11 MtrcOt. In tlit city o Pblludelpbla. 6 2 tutb5t IN THE ORPHANS' COURT FOR THE CITY AND COLNTY OF PHILADELPHIA. 1 stale oi JaMLs ('. KEAlPTON, Uoceased. The Audi or BDuointcd by the Court to audit, settle. and adjust the second and final account of KDYAKI) HOPl'rlt tn. Adiulnliitraior ot the estate ol JAMES ( . KhMflOM ileceaa d, anil to report ilwtrlbu.lon of tlie baiunce in the hmids ol the accountant, wl.l meettho purlieu Interested tor the purpose! of his appointment, on MONDAY. June 11. !H(i6. at 4 o'clock P. M.. at his 1 1 lllce, No. 624 WaLM'I Str-et. In the city ot l'Ulln- ocipnia. iiostru t. juakccu. 6 2 stuth5t Auditor. GROCERIES. rpEAS REDUCED TO 1, AT INGRAM'S a. T lea Warciiouse.No. 43 S. SECOND Street. "DOASTFD COFFEE REDUCED TO .V) CTS. XV at INGRAM'S Tea WarehsuBe, No. 43 S. bKCOND b nee i. 40 C. BEST MILD COFFEE, AT INGRAM'S ica ivureuouse, no. u a. ettu.Mi bireeu TINEAS AND COFFEES AT WHOLESALE J prices, at lM.HAM'H Tea Waiebouae, No, 4it o. bECUNLi suect. xry mem. RE EN COFFEES FROM 22 TO 28 CTS. A VJ( pound at IN ORAM'S Tea Warehouse, No. 43 H (iiiCUflU Btreet. rry mem i in bin A 11 N E S S. LABGE LOr OF NEW U. 8. WAGON HAR NESS, 2, 4, and 6 boree. AIbo, parts ot HAR NEbS, SADDLES, COLLARS, HALTERS, eto. bought at the recent Government sale to bo sold at a (treat sacrifice Wholesale or Kctail, Tegotber with our UBual assortmont of SADDLER YAND SADDLER Y HARD WARE. WILLIAM S. HANSELL & SONS, 2 If! Ni- .MARKET Street fJNITKD STATES ltUILDER'S MILL, Nos. 24. 26, and 28 S. FIFTEENTH St. ' PHILADELPHIA. ESLER & BROTHER, WOOD MOULDINGS, BRACKETS, BTAlB BALUS TEHB, NEWEL POSTS, GENERAL TTJRNIKQ scroll work, etc. SBELyittO PLANED TO ORDER. Ibe largest assortment oi Wood Mauldlngf In this city ' FURNITURE. ' TURN ITU It 14. BICIIMOND & FOKEPAUGII, No. 40 South SECOND St.,' West Side, MANUFACTURERS OF SUPERIOR CABINET FURNITURE. AND UI'IIOI.STKKED GOODS. Par'or Hnlt In Plnah. Rons Hair tllolh eto. bltiinM-Itoom. Dlnliin-Kocm, and Chamber fltilta In Walnut, aiahoiiany, cak, 4 busnut. etc.. together with rained imitations ot the above woods, which come very low. Khntild Von dealra an Tlhlnn In our llne.lt will be to Jour ailvan ,ait to ca l and examine our a ock, wnlch ia as iare ano vaneo as can be iouiiu anywuere, anu 1-R1CES HIE Winter. RICHMOND A FOREPAUQH, 5 28 No. 40 South SECOtiD Street TP U R N I T U R E.-THE LARtJEST, J1 ( heapett and Itcst block of Furuiture In Ibe wor d la to be loumi at Cii l LD CO.'S XT? ION Ft HMU RK DFPOT, COBSEK OF MNTII aDMaHKKT STREETS, ai d Vol. ill mid .111 K K ON I) Street. farlor bulls, In Hull, Hrocade, Plush, Damask, or JtVl. Dlnlnp-rooni. hninhrr. Library Rltchen. and Ofitco Furnl ure, at labu ously Ion prices, and the newest M and paltcms. Public IiulliliuK School, College, and Shop Furtiture In endKM ar.t. All kindu oi Fomlture wanted by houwkecpers at excredinKiy low pilcca at el' lu rol their immense esiab llfhmtuta It )ou v.nt to save niom-v and get well served go to (idl'JD A CO. botore nurchusmg else vbeie Corner of NIMH and B1AKKET, and Nos.ni and 39 N. rKI UU btreet. mop QOUIITNEY & WILLITS, Nos. 14 and 16 S. Seventh St., Philada. JIASIFACTURER'J OF BEAUTIFUL COTTAGE FURNITURE AND THE ONLY DURABLE IN THR CITT. Also, Dining-Room Furniture, AND BEDDING, constantly on hand. 4 23 mwftra ICE COMPANIES. TCE! ICE I ICE! ICE! ICE! XINUWUPtlMATIiiD 1S64. THOMAS E. CAHILL, rrosldont. JOHN GOODYEAR, Socrotary. HENRY THOMAS, SoporiDtendent. . COLD SPRING ICE AND COAL COMPANY Dealers in and Shippers of Ice and Coal. We are now prepared to furnish best quality Ice In largo or small quantities, to hotels, steamboats, toe cream saloons, lamlllea, offices, etc., and at the lowest mabket bates. Joe served dailt In all paved limits ol the consolidated city, West Philadelphia, Mantua, Rich mond, and Gennantown. Your custom and Influence is respectfully solicited You can rely on being Bcrvcd with a i t bk article and ihomptly. Send your order to OFFICE, No. 435 WALNUT STREET. DEPOTS. 8. W. comer TWELFTH and WILLOW Street. North Pennsylvania Railroad and MASTER Street LOMBARD and TWENTY-FIFTH Streets. PINE Street Wharf, Schuylkill, 4 72m4p "REMOVAL! REMOVAL! OLD DRIVERS' ICE COMPANY, REMOVED FRGM N. W. CORNER SIXTEENTH AND RACE. TO Broad Stieet, Above . Race, East Side Orders respectiully solicited, and promptly attended to at the lowest market rates. HEhS, JOHNSON & DAVIS. OLD DRIVERS' ICE COMPANY. Tlie uncprnkned. leelinir exceeding thankful to hit Tnat.v tr pi.ila snd enstnmerH for their verv liberal Patron age extended to bun during the last seventeen yean, and having o a nia entne muiesi to ukhkkh. iifh johnsON A DAVIS. Takes nipnsiiTA ,n recommending tnem to bis former pa rens as tuey are gentlemen oi tii ioouiiuiii' andvtlU undonbted v maintain the reoutatlon of the OLD DRlVEhS'ICE COMPANY, and in everv way act so as to give entire satlslactlon to an who may ainuij fa vol them with their custom. espoot,uiiy, e-c . 5 if 3m a. uituYva. JEEP COOL I ! KEEP COOL ! ! BY OBDER1NU YOUR ICE OF CHARLES S. CARPENTER & CO., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL ICE DEALERS, No. 717 WILLOW, Above Franklin St. Families supplied satisfactorily and at reduced rates. Dealers and large consumers f urulshed on reasonable terms. CHARLES 8 CARPENTER, JOHN ULENDEN1NG. JOSEPH M. TRUMAN, Jr., 8 221m Proprietors. EASTERN ICE COMPANY.-SEASON OF lBtiB 8 lbs. dally, 00 cents per v eek ; 12 lbs dnllv. ?riKi.imiierwAik! 1H lhs. flAilv. Hil cents ner week ; lbs dully, al Uft per week. Depot. No 241 QUEEN btreet, below Thl d. THOH Is J. L O.NS, (j 1 JOHN B. MYEKS. LIQUORS. CIIESMT GU0YE WHISKY. No North THIRD Street. It anything vasvtanted to prove the absolute putltj m this Vt Likv. the lulionlng certillvates should doit There Is no a.coholic SiiniHluni kuoviucoiumuudiugsucr iciu.u ilicuiion l oin aucn ni,u kouic cb: I'liiLADKLl iiia. HeutemberR. IRoK W e have carefully tented the buiupIo of ( HLSNC'I OKOVE WHISKY whK h vou send us. and llnU that It ci nlaliiH hohK ovtiik foisoxot s hi i)8TAS('E known ai n ta oil. vt bub is the characterihtic and Injurious In gredient oi tne will men in general use. BOOTH. OAUlthTT & CAMAC. Analyticul Chemists. 1 bsve analyzed a sumple oi ( HKSNUT (ii.UVE V B1SKY received Irom Air Charles Wharton, Jr., o: 1 l.iiMoHiiihltt! and liavliiK carelullv tested It. I am n.e:.H d to state that It Is entirety t'KKE fuom pomoNous on un.i iKHiors suhniaiicex. It Is an unusually pure uuu nue-uavoreu nuaiiiv oi wuixay. JAA1E8 H. CHILTON. M. D.. Analytical Chemist. B08TOW. March 7. ISM. I have made a chemiral analysis of commercial nam pies ol CIIK.SNU1 OKOVK HH1.-KY, which proves to fce trie liom tbo heavy Kucil Oils, and perlcctly pure and iii,dul'erated. 'ihe line flavor ot this whisky ia derived liom the grain uneu 111 uiuuuiuciuriug u. Resnectlully. A. A. 1H YES. M. D.. State Assayer, No. ltt Boylston stieet. For sale by barrel. deml!ohn,orbottle,atNo.ii6Nonb THIFD Street rhliafle.iiuia u M NATHANS & SONS, IMPORT E It S OF BRANDIES, WINES, GINS, Eto. Eto. No. 19 North FRONT Street. PHILADELPHIA.. MOBSB HATHAK8, HOHACK A. HATHANB. OHLAKSO D. NATUAS8. 1 1 0m JISHLER'S HERB BITTERS, ; WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. J. ORIEL & BItO.. ' GENERAL AGENTS, f 10 I in No. SB South SIXTEENTH St,, PUUiula. INSURANCE COMPANIES DELAWARE MUTUAL SAFETrmSDRANCE COW I' A NY, LbCOKIORATH III TDK I-rtimLATURE FENNVTI VANIA. Wa. . OFFICE 8 E. COhNKR 'I HI HD AND WiLNU B1HFK.1H. 1'IIII.AWt.I.I'ltIA. x - WARISj; INSURANCE ON VFS8EL8.) Roo, J To all parts of the w FHfclGHVr S If.wT IVHURANCFB ' On Goods by River Canal, Lake, and Land Carriage an pans oi inn enmn. HfcR I N S U RAN C hJi On WerrhandUe rvtiera Iv. O n etores, Dwe ling Ilousea, etc ASSETB OF THF, t'OMTANT Novemlier 1. lBiift. 11(H) no Unltel States per cent loan. 7i....aq.Afloi. " ' hi.... lis loO'ih' 2UV0VO " 7 s-10 per cent, loan Treasury Notes 104 S78 0 100 NO State ot 1 enusylvanla r ive Per tent Loan tO.MV (4,000 flate of Pennsylvania hlx Per Cent. . .... Lo" 5JJ80- 12SC04Cltvof I'bliadelpha Six I'er Cent. l oan 112 81 50 20 000 Pennsylvania Ital.road First ktort- . gate fix Per Orn Bonds SO.OOO'OC 2,00 Pennsylvania Pallftad Second afort- esse Six I'er Cent Honda 23.7S01 28 MM) Vi fnipni l ennsvlvania Hal road Mort . . fee Six Per Cent, lionrts 23,750 00 13.000 Slid Shares Stork Oermantown aa Cftnpanv. principal and Interest guaranteed by the Uij oi Phila delphia 1S..W7 7,180 141 hhares Stock Pennsv.vaila Ball- . . ro"d company - 8.R30- f'00 100 Sbarra Stock (iorth Pennsylvania . Kmiroad Company l,2.V)-0i ".000 Deposit wl'h United States (iovorn- trent subject toten oays' ca l..... tO.OOOtXi SO00 State of Tennessee Five Per Cent. loan 18 900 0 70 lOO Loans on Ponds and at ortgane. Hist Uens on City Property 170,700-0 l.t3'!, 850 Par. Market value 9M v;0 (H) Heal F st ate 3D 'W0 hills receivable lor in urances made. 121.013 37 Paianeesdneat AKencles.- I'rennoms on Marine Policies Accnied Inte- rest. and otliei debts due the Com- upany 40 51144 Scrip and Slock ol sundry Insurance and other Companies 9 133. Est! niated value 3.910 0 Csh In Bank $.,9.ri6 W ('ash In Drawer 7H'48 , 116,(13.5 Jl $I.2o3 6J018 Thomas n. K tlKEOTORS. I Samuel K. Rtokea. John C. Davis Edmund A. Sonder, Theophl.ua Pault'inn, John H. I'.nr,.... J. s. Penlatan, Henrv Sloan, William U. Itonlton, Edward Darlington, H. Jonos Brooks. Fdward I a ourcade, Jacob P. Jones James B. McKarland, Joshua P. Kyre. Spencer Mcllvaln, J.H. SeniDle, Plttibari, A. II Uerger. Pttburv, James Traqualr, Henry C. 1'ailett, Jr., James C. II aud William C. Ludwlg, Joseph H. Seal, weora; c. Lelper, Hub Craig. Roberi ltnnnn ' una v Tavlor. D. T. Morgan, Pltts'mrg 8 O. HAND, Presloent, 1 HUM A HEfBT Ltlbcbw. secretary. 1 ij GIPvAED FIRE ASl) MA HIKE INSURANCE COMPANY. OFFICE, No. 41S WALNI'T STREET, PHILADELPHIA CAPITAL PAID IN, IN CASH. i2W.(00. Ills ccmpary continues to write on fire ona jib capnai, wun a gooa surplus, lssa:cl Invested. 701 LoEtes by Are oave bern promptly paid, and moro Ui an 9500,000 Disbnrsed on this account within the past few years. for tne prascnt the office of thla win remain at . . - j .. ... No. 415 WALNUT 8TIIEET. But within a few months will remove to its own BUILDING N. E. CORNER SEVENTH AND CHESNFT STREETS. ihen as now, we shall be happy to insure our patrons a such rates as are consistent with satety. niRKCTnun. inuaAB VJtAVr.n. HUMAN BMEPPAItD. ALFRED B. OILLETT. N. H. LAWRENCE. CHARLES I. DUPONT, HKNKV F. KENNEY. JOSEPH KLAPP, M. D. TLOS. MA( KKLLAR, JOHN SCPPLhE. JOHN W. CLiGHORN, UI1 AO VL'U I.. . , . i numn i:kavm, president. f J-E??1! 8 .?Jtty v- w'Went and Treasurer. JAMES B ALVOlll), BecreUry. 1 19 1829CIIArvTER PERPETUAL FRANKLIN FIRE INSURANCE COMPAN'X OF PHILADELPHIA. Assets on January!, 18GG, 82,50035100. Capital 400 000 Oh AtClUtC BUipiUS S 14 W 15 Premiums I,lti2, 308-81 LSSETTLED CLAIMS, INCOMK FOB 186 11.467 53. 0310 00)1. LOSSES PAID SINCE 18SO OVER 85,000,000. I'erpctual and Temporary Policies on Liberal Terms. DIRECTORS. Charles N Bancker, 1- dwatd C. Dale, George Fales, A Urvd Kltlor i olihh " atnei, Kmiiii,l llrt.iit i (.eore W. Richards, Francis W. Lewis, il. J. Peter AlcCail. lbuacLca, C11AKLE8 k: KkKi'Uhn viu. . tunaiui i: n a ir, v ice-i'resiueut. JAS. W. SlcAl.LlM'KR. Secretary protem. 'i 3 tl23 PROLIX INSL'RANCE- COM PAN? Of PHI LADKLPU1A. C l)lil Ul.A'l l.U 1(1044 IIAKTKH PF RPETUAL. No 2V4 V ALNUT Hreet, opposite the Exchuntie. In adillilou to Al AR1NE and INLAND 1NSI' HA SfR tl:is Ccnitianv lnnures fiom loss or unnaiehv tlK nn liheial eiins on buildingii, meii handlse. luriilture. etc, lor limited periods, and permanently on buiidioKs, by deposit oi premium The Company has been In ao'lve operation for more than fc lAl V Y EAUS, OurliiK whlcb ail iodscs have bee i piouipuy aojutieu anu paiu. JolinLHodne. i Lawrence Lewis, Jp.itw II. 11. Alaboney. lmvld Lewis. John T. Lewis, William S. C.rant Robert W. Leaminx, D. Clark tV barton, bamuel Wilcox lleijamin ht lna-, lboma H. Powers, A.R.JlcUenr Kduiond caitlllon, Louis f! Nornn ilUUN K. Wl'cHKRER, President Smt BL Wucox, f-ecietarv 4 14 TT'lliK INSURANCE FXCLUIVELY.-TIIR JJ PENNSYLVANIA FIHK INSURANCE COM l AN i- incorporated it i nar er rerpetual No. ulv W ALN I T htreet, epi oslie Independence t-quure. 1 ins company, lavorauiy auonn to tne community for over inrtv vear. continue to Insure anainsL loss or dun ane by fire on Public or Private lluiidintrs. either permanency or lor a limited time. Also on Furniture, docks of Goods and ileicbauilute tfeueially, on lilertU terms ... 1 heir capital, topemer wun innte ournius ninrt. is invented in the most caiclul nmnnor. whlcb eimliles them to oiler to the insured au undoubted security in tl e case of loss. VIKKCTOK Daniel Smith. Jr.. ( John Devcroui, Alexander Benson, Inai c llaleburst, i nomas smith, Ileniy Lewis, J llllllnirhnm Fell. 'i homos RoDins. uamei natiuoca. ur DANlt-L tiHITH, Jb., President. Wjliiaii G. CliowKLL.hecretary 4 18 Hi II K PROVIDENT J- UtE AA'D TBVST COAIPANV. OF PHILADELPHIA. Incorporated by the Mate of Pennsylvania. Third' Wontht li'.'d Itiirt. INSUKr-S LIVES. ALLOWS 1N TKtST ON DEPOSITS, aud GRANTS ANNUI TIES. CAPITAL, 9130,000. DIRECTORS. Pamnel R. Shipley, Jeremiah Ilucker, Joshua II. Morris, Rlcbaid Wood. Ricoata cadbary, Henry Haines. T. Wiatar Brown, William C. Lonnstretb. roftln. lyiianea r . SAilUKL R, , saiPLET, rrealdcnt ur f JUJC Jso, ill at, uvbii ojjcr. n r, QUEEN r E A S, GREEN CORK, ! FBESH PEACHES, FRESH TOMATOES, PLUMS, . AIiBEItT O. ROBERTS " DEALER IN FINE GROCERIES, 9 18 p Cor. ELEYEKTH and VINE ttreeta. ' THREE GENERAL AGENTS WANTED TO act In Important hxatlous for the New Yora Acci dental Insurance Company. Active uionoi good addxaaa. a Piny tq ruAhK U. stLtn, CHESNL'l eUDet. Asply soou, INSURANCE COMPANIES VORTII AMERICAN TRANSIT INSURANCE COMPANY,, No. 133 South FOURTH Street phi la Delphi a. Annual Policies tasticd apalnst General Aocldent all descriptions at e xcee dh glv low rates. Insnrance eOeeted lor one year, in any cum from II' to aid 000, at a premium of only cne-nair pif cent, secarlnt the lull amoant insured In caie of death, and a compensation each week equal to the whole pre mlutn paid Short time Tickets for I, i, 1.5 7, or 10 day, or 1, 3. ot 6 months, at 10 cents a dav, Insuring in the sum or aiooo, or giving 18 per week It disabled to be had at tne General Office, No. 133 8. FOURTH Street, rhl adel phla. or at the various Baluoad 1 Icket offices. Be sure to purchase the tickets of the North American Transit Insurance Company. For circulars and farther information applv at the Seneral Otlice, or ol any ol the auihoilz d Agents of the "ompauy. LEWIS L. Horpr, ProMdent . ' JAMFX M ( ON H A 1), ireasurer. IiFRY C. RKOWN, Si ere ary. JOHN C.,IiULLITl-, Solicitor 'j 1KM iOR-. L.I. Honpt. late ol Vennylvanla Railroad Company . M. Balrd of M. Baldwin A o.'s. fiiiiiil ('. Pul in ft ashler ot Commercial Bank. IMi hatd Wood No. Mm Mnrkei stuet .'an es M. ( onrad, No. Slill Maiket street l. E. Kinpsley, ontinental Hotel 11.(1 LeiKenrlng, Nos HI and : Dock street. Samuel Work ol Work, McCouch A Co. Georite Martin, No. tJft Chesnut street. 1 3 10m PROPOSALS. TVTAVY DF.l'AK I MENT. BLREAU Ok CON M SIh CC1 1 N AM D REPAIR, WABHiikQTON, O. C! , Mav 28 1806. Oflcrs will be icooived by ibis Bureau until the 12i li ot June, 1M6, tor tuo parcliase ot the toi owina ramcd vessels, which mat be men at tlio Navy a at da itidicatoo : PHILADELPHIA NAVY TAKD. Eorow Bteamer '& AG A HOKE," of 007 tons, old" measjremeiit fecn w steamer "ALTHEA," of 72 tons, old mea suiement. S oop-of war "ST. LOUIS," of 700 tons, old moa surenicnt. NEW TOItK NAVY YARD. Paddle-wheel ateamor "JAiIh.S AUuES," ot 1151 tons, old measurement. Paddle-whtel steamer "OCTORAR A," of 829 tons, Old measurement. PntiUle-wheol steamer 'TRITONIA," of 202 tons, old measurement. ... Screw ateamor "JASMINE," o 122 tons, old mea surement fecicw steamer "KANAWHA," of 507 tons, old measurement fccitw hteanicr "MARIGOLD," of 115 tons, old mcatureuitiii. BOSTON NAVY YARD Sleon-of-war "JObN ALAMs." oi 700 tons '1 bete vesrela will bo sold with the l spars, stand tiK riatEtnji, two boats, and such othor articles as will be shown to ui plicarts by the Commanda t ot the Yard where tbo vessels lie, wi li the exception of u. ou armaments, navy at ctiors and chains, nautical instruments, and stoios. These vohsoIs can be seen and the inventories examined at any timo, on apill cation to the Commandants of the Yards. Goiernmcnt reserves Uie nftbt to withdraw any ot tbo vessels irom sale. Payments must be mado within three days from toe oaie ol the reception of tbe notice of tbo acoept ance of an offer, and tbo vossels most be removed irom (be Navy Yard within ten days from tbe date ol tbo del out. Propota s will bo lndorsod "Proposal for the Par- cnase ot pfiseis." Dzltniinvt "OROI OSALS FOR XI EA TING FORD'S CUIW QUARTEEMATTKR'8 OFFICE, ) DiPOT OF WABHtNQTOtl, - Washington. D. (J.. Mav 23 1806 1 (Sealed Proposals will be reoe.ved at this ofilue until TUESDAY, Jane 12 1866, at 12 o'clock M , for u.AiiAu,iby steam (direct radiation j, tie Dui.dinn in tlm city known as "Ford's Theatre," and the two srnan Duiidiufts connected inerewitn. Bids should be accompanied bv plans sbowlna the manner 111 w bich it is proposed to do tbe work, and stale the amount ot radiating- surface proposed tor, witb a dtscription of the boilor and its capacity. The work must be completed by tbe nrst day of oeumaiuer, iboo. . No bids will bo entertained except those from per sons who are known to be in tbis business, andean refer to similar work which has been executed by them. Half of the amount stipulated to be paid for the vol win Le paid on its completion, and tbo remain ins one-half will be letainod until the beatino- ca-a citios of the apparatus shall have been tltoro uglily tented and lound satisfactory. Bidders can see the buildines and receive infor mation in telereace to the work bv applying to Mr EDWARD CLARK, Government Ai-chitoot, No. 8U8 Fourth street, opposite City 11a il, Waabonxton, D C Proposals should be addressed to the nnlorsiirned. p'amiy endorsed, "Proposals lor Heating Ford's Aheairo." J. II. RUCK E It, Brevot Major-Gen. and Chiei Cuanermastor, 6 29 lit Depot oi Washington OFFICE DEPOT COMMISSARY, Fortress Monroe, Va , Mav 25, 18t36. Sealed Proposal, in duplicate, are invited nut 1 13 o'clock A. M , on 1 HLKsDAY, the 7th dayol June, letto, lor ine eaie oi aooui 9600 bALLONS OF MOLASSES (Throo hundred and nlneiy-livo halt-barrels, ave raitiiie bout 24 sallons each) 'Jhis article is brandod "Svrup," from Howo'l, Parr & Co., nihde from Muscovado Molasses in December. 1804. and is in good oruer. i he paoi' aires will be recoopered, and put in ship ping order; tuo quantity determined o a uovern mi nt a surer. I ropota b will not bo recolved 1 r less than five (5) tan tiorre 8. Tbe Molasses will be do'lvered on board vessol, tree oi whariuco, dockaite, or lubor. Pun-haters will be allowed ten ( 10) days to remove properly. Terms Cash, In Government funds of which fifry per c nt. will be required on the acceptance of the bid. the balance belore delivery of purchases. Bidders are requested to be present, or represented, at tbe opening ot .ne dios. I ropotals should be endorsod on the envelope, "l rouotuis icr moiasscs,- ana auuresseu to , , JAMES CURRY 6 20 lOt 1 Colonel and C. . V, "YTATIONAL MILITARY ASYLUM. IN Tbo Alans pers of the National Asylum lor Uis eliarsed volunLoer soldiers, authorized bv Aot ot Congress, approved March 21, 1865. ask proposals lor sues lor Asylums py nonai'on or sale, ine pre-ml.-ea mu t be situate in one of the loyal Slates, con tuin at least 200 acres ot laud and be in a healthy location, and easy ot access by railroad or otherwise. It is the purpose ol the manager: to erect, without de ay, extensive and permanent uunoiogs lor said Aeylums, and its establishment will be largely ad vantageous to any section er railroad in tbe vicinity oi its location. Plun. specifications, and estimates for Asylum buildings, including detached cottages, are also asked tor file auproval oi mo uoaru. i.inerai compensa' tion will be given lor the successful plan. Propoa's, plans, speciticktlons. and estimates the first named to be in writing, containing plot and de scription ot grounds and terms and conditions of tTBisler must be sent to Major-Genoral B. F. BUT LER, at Lowell, Mass., on or belore the 20th day of June, loot). r.aj . BuatK, President Board oi Managers. Lnwis B. Gukckkl Secrotarv. Papors entitled to publish the laws of the United States are respet..lully requested to publish this three (3) weeks prior to the zum ot June, two, and send their Din, wun copy oi nonce, as aoovn ai lecied. ' o oi ioi GOVERNMENT SALES. G O'VERNMEN r SALE Philadelphia. I'a.. June. 4. 1S66. AUCTION I AUCTION I I Wiil be sold, at the United 8afes Commissary w arenouse, near corner or sui c&a i u and l au. LOWllll.L Streets, commenoiug at 10 o'clock A. M., June 11, lb66, tbe following Commissary Store-, slightly damaged, via. : 834 pounds Smoked Beef. ; USS pounds Ham. 781 pounds Corn Moal. u 5.649 pennds Peas. 13.8H0 pounds Hice. It),ln7 pounds llouiinv, i 2,510 gallons Molasses. The above tstores ean be examined at any time pievious to, or on the day e-taale. Alter purchase, tbey must be first paid lor, ana then removed at tbe expense ot the purchaser, and within live days iroin tbe day of aale. - No checks talceu. .:'Iho right is reserved to rejoct any bid deemed too I , ; i v v l KILBURN,' 8 6 6t Breyet Brigadlei-tieiieral, A C. U, S, GOVEPNrVJENT. SALES. A S.SISTAN i QUART KM ASTER'S OFFICE. v. OX Al rs DHlPlf VW 1UJI t:i1V. In ptmuanpfi of order of f he War Department. I ill sell at l ubiio Anntmn. at 12 A'rloek u 7 TllUhSDAY,, tbe 7th day oi June 18W1 at the pieniites, lrei lon, New Jersey, th Buildings: Bar. : racke eto , constiiuilng tbe " Depot Camu," vis.t . f ive Barracks, two stoiies high, and 80 by 80 feet each ... , . ., ... OfTcrrs' Quarters. 720 bv 20 feel.' , , (inard liottse, 80 by COleoi. Hospital, 80 bt 60 feet OJaneinjastoi's and Commissary ' Storehouso. 30 b 60 leet. ' Moiehotuie, 100 by 24 feet. . Kitchen, ltt by 10 feet. W ar lieuo, 18 by 10 (eot. Mied, 10 by Ifl leet. Biackmitn Miop,ieby 10 foet. Wagon-Mastoi's Oilice, 12 by 12 foot. Stab e, it!0 by 26 leet. fmall t-tublo, 16 hj 40 feet. W atoh-lioiiai , 6 by 7 leet, 2: f.O leet ol encc. 0 ftet high, and 410 feet of 0 cn Fence. 4 leet high, Ibe LaildUvg were built ot innil mnrn!inrjih lunibrr, and are in good condition. Ibe LuiUifnrs will be so d separately. A so, mi less otlierwise oideied. a nnanMtv nl Quartermasters Storta, and C'uiiip and G arris in ruuipage, coiislbUng ia part ot the loliowin a. U- tic.ee, vii : b iiot.-ei". 4 Army Wagona. 1 M ring M oton. Cil ceiy' DrfKs, Tables, Chairs. rt ves Ptove nipe. Rai.ges. Leather Water Buckets. Woo. t n 1 ails . Carpenters'. Tools. Spaoes, Shovels. CtalHcds. Ilurntss. Axes, Hatchets. Whitewash Brushes, etc. Caps, '1 rowsers, Coab-, Blouses, otc. Also, corns ot Pino ood, and 10 COO toot assorted seasoned Lumber, in good order 'letms of sale Cah on rendition ot accounts. Ibe bui oiugs mu-t be removed as soon as nranti. cable, and at tbe ritdt of tbe purchasers. for turthcr miormation in regatd to the nature and kind ol materia a and artioli s, and their sana tion and condition, application sli"U,d le made at the Quartermaster's Olhce in Trenton, to HENRT I . i uuuiiih, Agenr, or to tne uiidemgned. The Government reserves the right ot declining, all bids oflerod, il Uiey are considoted an I air or dis advantageous. By order of Pvt. Major-Gen. STEWART VAN VLIF.T. C hief Quaitermrster Department of tho Eaat. B C MORGAN, 6I98t Brevet Major and A. Q M. gALE OF GOVERNMENT LUMBER. Chief Quartermaster's Office,' ) Depot of Washington, ( t Waphikotow. D C, May 81, 1868 ) Tbo ofTors received under tlie advertisement oi My 8 being consiuered less than the real value oi the material, were not accepted, and Sealed Proposals are apain invited until J UCRSDAY, June 21, 1808. at 12 e'e ock M , tor the purchase of 843,000 foot or Goven nient Lumber, ol tbe following sizes and descriptions, iz. : 18,(X,0f.etl-inch Oak. 10(1 000 It et 2-iuoh Uak. li 0 (K.i0 leet 2 inch Oak. 129 000 feet8 iBch Oak. . 10,000 feet 81-inctt Oak. 73 000 feet 4-iuch uak. 10 COO feet 6-ihch Oak. 10 IX 0 leet 21nch Uickorv. 6 600 leet 8-iuch H ckory. ' 14,000 feet 4-mch H.ckory. 8U.000 feet 14-inch Ash. 74 000 leet 2-ii.cb Asb. 80 000 leet 8-inch Asa. 60,000 feet 4 Inch Ash. 2( TOO teei 5-inca Ash. 8 500 feel 4-inch Pino. ' 84,800 leet -inch Pine 87 OtO leet 1-nch Pino. 25 .000 leet i-lnch Poplar. 13 000 feet 1-inch Poplar. The attention ol vagon and carriage-makers ia ca led to this sale, as the ab'-vo is a verv superior lot of well-seasoned Lumber, suitable for nianntaotunne; purposes. It can be seen ty applying to Brevet Brigadier-General C. H. TOMPKINS, Quartormaster in cbarae at Lincoln Depot, about one mile east of tbe Capitol. Bit s will Do received for tho purchase of ten thou sand feet and upward". The nnders'gned reserve i h right tr reject all the bids should they be con sidered too low. Pavment(in Government funds) will bo required upon notification of acceptance ol bid and prior to the delivery of the Lumber, which must be re moved within fifteen days alter tbe proposal is ac cepted. . Proposals should be signed bv the bidder's full name, and give his post-oihoe address, plainly in dorsed, "Proposals lor the Purchase ot Lumber," ' and directed to D. H. RUCKER, Brevet Major-Gen., and Chiof Quariermas er, 6 1 17t ' Dopot of W ashington, D. C. L AhGESALE OF ARMY WAGONS. AMBU- Chief Quabtebiiabter's Office, ) Depot of Washington, I Wapbikgtok, D. C., May 2t, 1866 1 Will be sold at Pubho Auction, under tbe direo tion oi Brevet lirmad'er-Oeiieral C. H. lompilns Quarteimasier, at LINCOLN DEI OT, Washina-ioiu D. v., cu MONDAY, oune 11 18C6. at 10 o'olock A. 11., lar&elot oi Quurur master's Stores, consisu J II K til 4 '.to Aimv Wagon". 30,000 pounds old Horso Mioe-", 4000 pounds old Wagon, Tire, 700 t-aah with G'ass, lufj pounds Tallow, iCO Aimy Wagons with Hay Jhucka, -14 two loo Wagons, 17 Spring W apoi.8, 4 Watering Carta, 43 LUbt Carts, wagon and Ambulance CO two horso Ambulances,1 1 Buggy. ! V heels. Wheelbarrowg, 1084 single sets Rainens, Blankets, ii raaaies, iiuouets, 21 ,670 pounds Scrap Chain Chains, COCO. pouudB old Wauon lia ters, Axlei, I V reuches, 286 ounda Coil Chain, jAnvus, 192 ounds Lead Pipe,' iSmitl-s' Bellows, IOC pounds Scrap Iron, l ortablo Forges, 2o77 pounds oi Lead, 1 f lanes, tioOO pouLiis hcrap Steel, Barrels, 17,010 pounds bcrap Kettles, Tonpue Irons, IS'Oves, etc. 11 COO pounds Sciap Brake 'Irons, Tins propeity bas been worn, but a large portion of it i still soiviceablc. Ihe toie muet be removed within live days from dato 1 tae. 1 lerm Cash, in Government lunds. ' D H. RUCKER, . Brevet Major-Gen. and Chief Quartermaster, 6 2217t Depot of Washington. , LARUE SALE OF GOVERNMENT tOKN.. i Chief Quartbiimaitir'b Office, ) j DkPOT of Washington, I Wafhisgtom. D. C., May 80 1806 ) There will bu sold at Public Auction, in and near this city, under the direction ol Brevet Lieutenant Colonel J U C. Lee. A Q. M , on rbUKfcDAY, June 14, 1866, about 20,000 buxhcls of Corn in sacks, at tho loilowing-named points: At Mxth Street w hart, 10,0(X buihels. At Giesboro Depot, 10,000 bushels The Grain wil be sold in lots ot 600 bushels, witb the jinvl ege ot tbe purchaser takinit any amount up to 5000 bushels. I be raie will commence at Sixth street wharf at 10 o'clock A. M . and imn ediatel alter tho completion ot Ihe sale of the amount at that point it will be con tinued at Giesboro Depot. A Government boat will be In readiness at Sixth stieet wbari to terry persons who wish to attend the sale to Uiotboro and baok. - - - Tbe Grain mut be removed within ten days from date ot ta'e. ' ' Terms Cash, In Government funds, - D. 11. RUCKER, Brevet Major-Gen, and Chiei Quartermaster, 6 81 12t Depot of Washington. EA FN KISS, BLINDNESS, AND CATARRH treated with the utmost aucceas by J. l&AAUH, Al. l.. Ocu 1st and Aurlst. fo. tl PI MB Street TeaU- , monialsn-om the most reliable sources In the oUy eaa be seen at his office. Tbe Medical Facalty are invited to accompany their patients, as be baa no secret tn hi practice. Artificial eyea Inserted without pain- No cbame made lor examination. . 1H PHILADELPHIA SURGEON R BANDAGM INSTITUTE. No. 14 N. MfJTU Mrt. ahave Market B. G. EVEKETT, a'ler thirty years' praotloal eaoerienoe, suarantees the sklliul adlUKlineni ol hit rreuilum Patent Graduating Preasnre Trust, ana a variety of others. Hupportere. F.laatie Stockings, tihoutaer 11 raoee, Crntcbea, Suspensories, etc. Ladle apartments con- ducted by a Lady. 8i a ! TRUSKES, SUPPORTERa, BRACEflj uSV and all other Surgical appliances of the moat approved kinds, Inilnilely superior to ail others, at No. SO Siortli KEVfcNTH Street Ladlos aiteiuM by Mrs. ir. McCLKNACUAN, Male departoiuit by a oomi. tent mrgeon, ' 811 Iwr cotiataiiiiv on nana. 1 11 nut . I 4