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THE TRIAL OF JEFF. DAVIS. HOTmiU or Jade Vm4rmd, Etr. Eiobmobd, Jnne 4. The United States Dis trict court, Judge Underwood presiding, will, tt a understood, open here to-morrow, when the counsel cl Jeflersim Davis, Mera. Brady aid Kted, and Georre W. Brown, of Baltimore, will present ibemielves and await Its action. No member ot the Court has as yet arrived, and the nature of proceedings cannot be exactly antici pated. In case ot the failure of overtures towards atrial, it was presumed that thecomsel i xne prisoner were prepared to demand nis re lease on bail, which can be readilv sntmcrtbeii: but there Is authority tor believing tbat Judge unnrrwoo(i win not grant the Dan, nor will Mr, Davis' lawyers a-k it. Further knowledge Is hidden at Washington. where, a!tcr to-morrow it is likely that further enort m Mr. Duvin' hehair win D-reluscd. His lawyers are unanimous in the opinion that he has a right to he either tried or bailed. The Unionists of Richmond are dissatlmied with the action of the (Jovernmont, especially in the gift of the public printing to the Richmond Exa miner. A lojal Jury cannot bo collected here to try a cae 01 -reason, wltiout being threatened Wahhinoton, Jiiiip 4. Judge Underwood was sent tor ana arrived in this city this morning, but left again this evening for Richnioud, where his court will be oiiened in the ninrnincr. It is understood his advent was demanded in consequence of certain vie-vs and wishes enter tained bv the President in reference to Jetf. Davis, It i known to be the purpose of the Judge to open his court, and then to adiourn the tame until the tirst Tuesday in October next. ine case ot Jolt. Dims will be called up, aud as there is no purpose to proceed with the trial. the prisoner's counsel are expected to move lor n's release ou nan. me propoMtion will be argued at kn-jth bv the learned counsel. allL'niph the prevalent impreson is i.hat Judge likk rwoou win decline tne respons blnty ol aJ mit'ing Davis to baJ. Mr. O'Cunor h i been a cordially receivod pi. est at the Whe House, and his trieud-i an- i.ounce, in his bt halt, that aff.ilrs have resulted to b s enure satimact on. The anticipation taat Davis win dc reieiised on parole seems to be universallj indulged. District Attorney Chandler is bo ill as to be routined to his room at Norfolk, to-daf, and, it is apprehended, cannot be present at the opening of the Richmond Court to morrow. Clerrlt Suillh on tli Trial of Davis. Mr. Gcrrit Smith has addressed a letter to Mr, Chief Justice Chase, urpiu? that there exists no constitutional right to try Jell'erson Davis for Treason, lie says: ' Your Court administers the Constitution nor the law of war. Hut neituer JelTersou Davis no ary of hi leilow-revolutUuiBts are und'T the Con- atnution; nor have thoy ba n since tne contest thfy embaiked in became a oivil war. I'hoy are nnder tbe law of war undor the law of the conqueror an exclusively as woul.t be Mexico, wuie it she, iuatoad ot the Cioath, that we have conquered. In raving exclusively, I do not forget that our governmental ao. ion is to the contrary. But this byund action this weak and cowardly vacillation betveen tho Constitution aud tho law of war this dealing witQ the south, now under the one and now under tbe other proves nothing but its own absurdity. The jMHith, if peace between her aud tbe North is to "Owed, is aeaiu nudorthe Constitution. It it is not t -Wed (and her non-ieprcsontation in Congress, ret w troops In tho midst of ber, are among and -s which Drove it is not), then is she luul h. "heJwof war- Unaor this law let oer still nndt. m ber yjolations of this law-be it lor be punisne. doners, lor asusBsluatliig our Presi etarving our y. ng ou the batUe fleld our sur dent, or tor Mao,. fjvr thg law ,t u y r. rendered prisoners ef m hor UaVises pateu in any ot these k tried and 1 artrt I th and Stepii.nsesand U loSeV be tYie" bv any lor no ollcnse hatever bl r&e 8inh u .,. other than a military court.' "fit and quered nation according to pu T,." treated bv the Government darin. , Vowlzabla b war is one thing, an act of ireason, f?"fJr tbe courts, another. To try Davis for "L? ''e' four ears ot war would be to call, in qv"0"r, Tictoiy. to outrage humanity, to violate th? "J'i, 1 ? the Constitution, to a leuaieor to sadden our . nonas all over the wor d, and to Bacrlttce that hope & a restored Union which rests ou impartial .lastice to ah men." Death ot Father Fiout." From the London Star. , We regret to announce the death, in Pari", on May 19, ot the Rev. Francis Mahony, known throughout Great Britain and Ireland as "Father Prout," one of the most accomplished scholars, oneot the wiUieat and most brilliant writers, and one of the most genial men of his day. Born in Ireland about 1U5, and elucated in Jesuit col leges in France and the University ot Rome, Mahony was a Roman Catholic Irishman of the old school. It was not very likely that a man of hia -would long perlorm clerical function' .oTnp land, aud he early took to literatn- n Ire an appointment on the ttatf o' -e, accepting line, upon the invitation of p Frazefs Maga league of some of the bri"' r. Mizinn A col he was lully their equ-' iitest spirits in London, bably their stipei1' .i 1n wit and humor pro "Father Prout''' -r in classical scholarship, popular, an - 'essays in Fraser were eminently 5n 1830. ere published in a collected torm etcv - In 1800 they were republished, with .8 bv Macli.se. Kir, Alahony also contributed some of the ear liest and best papers which appeared in Benlleifa Miscellany in 1837, and subsequently travelled lor tome years in Hungary, Asia Minor, Greece, and tigypt. In 1847 he accepted from Mr. Dickens the post of correspondent of the Daily JVVws In Rome, and in 184'J published hl9 letters, which were full of ardent zeal for the Italian cause, under the title of "Facts and Figures from Italy." He was for many years indeed, until about a month aao Paris cjrrespodent of the Globe, and it is well known that to his letters that paper owes much of its attractiveness. No one could tail to recognize the style brimlul of scholarly allusions culled irom all sorts of unheaid-ot authors, who were familiar enough to him; witty, caustic, spiced hero and there with sone sly quotation Irom lrUh ballads, and yet as to tacts so cautious, so trustworthy, and transpa rently honest. Mr. Mahony had long lived in Paris, and died there in tbe Rue des Moulins, but occasionally he came to Loudon, and his wit and scholar ship, as well as the higher qualities of the heart, maoe him universally popular in the eociety whiith he freouented. He was a vigorous and determined opponent of the Ultramontane school, with which tne quondam Irish curate had very scant sympathy 1 ndeed. as Archbishop Mcllale knew, and Arch bishop Cullen knows well enough. Bnt to fehow Low clever Irishmen can cherish an esprit de corps, and relish the fun of political and eccle siastical opponents, it his oiten been told we believe with truth bow, when some solemn priest mentioned to Archbishop Mcllale the name ot ine ex-priest manony wuu outer con demnation, the Arcbbishop Instantly checked him. and said that, alter all, the Irishman who Tvrote "Father Prout'" papers was an honor to nis country. A Young Lady Paper-Eaten From the Indianapolii Jsentitiet. A younp lady of this city while at school con tracted a Dud hamt, wdicd. sne now nnos u im Dossible to break off that ot chewing paper. ller parents buy it tor her by the ream, and ,he consumes on an average a quire per week, roll ine her Darer-ball under ber tongue as a sweet xnorsel, and squlrtiucr. tbe saliva about like an old salt. She is auite a connoisseur in tbe mat ter ot paper, and evinces a decided preference for a certain pale blue unruled foolscap, whicn nmells batilv. , Deprived ol her paper tor a day nr two she becomes restless, distrait, and melan choly refuses to eat or be comforted, and is nnt. herself till a treh Btipplv is procured. 'How is Miss T" we inquired of a female friend the otuer day. "Hot wen," was mo repiy, I'Knr no-ner doesn't aaree with her." , - We bave heard of opium-eating, snuff-eathi?, ' ursenic-eatinjr, and pencn-eating, araonii tue lemale frfctemity, but we bulieve tbls Is the first instance of paper-eating that has come under ...irnnnledse. It the young lady knew how rarer Is made, we think she would make an ex traordinary effort to Dreak off the pernicious THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. Tie Spanish Fleet on the Pacific The Courrirr des F.lats Uttis learns tbat Admi ral Nunez, ot the Spnnish fleet, has been ordered bv his Government to forthwith leave tho waters ol Peru and ot Chill. The reason of this sudden iceall is the winter now exletlng In the South Pacific, which exposes these ships to the peril ot tempests. A part of the squadron Is to winter in the Philippines, and the other at Rio Janeiro or Montevideo. Next season, it Is added, the new Iron-c ad lel'Utn and other vessels will be added to the attacking Heet. when the Spunlsh Government will fettle Its quarrels with Peru, Chili, and Equador. FOR SALE AND TO RENT. A LAKGE, WELL LIGHTED AND VENTILATED ROOM, ON THE SECOND FLOOR op Tn "Evening Telegraph" Building, No. JOB ISouth THIItl) Htreer. TO RENT. APPLY IN 1 II R OFFICE, FIRST FLOOR. N. B. WITH OR WirilOCr feTEAM POWER. FERS0N9 HAVING PROPERTIES FOR Ml sale or to rent will find it to their advantage to call i the Central Keal Kautte Agency, ho. 211 . TU1KD Btieet o bonus or charges made on either owner or tenant 5 8 lmrp 1 u. J 08 hi-11. FOR SALK A DESIRABLE THRKR- Stoiv Dvtplllnir. Kith ttupa-atiirv ilnnhi. nk .ullrilng on 'iWUFTIl Sireet shove Green. All mortem improvements, lummtr kitclien. neater. et. 1 rlce.tbfaCOcitar. Apply at tbla Olnce, betweea 9 and 12 A.M. t GERMANTOWN RESIDENCE FOR RKNT. A Unpe boiiM', wf'h al. tbe modern convenience. neiive (.icudi and plenty ol ohade; aiablmg lor ttiri e torm t inne coimii witnin ten minutes waia or ral.'oad ttailon. Vti.l be rrntrd wltb or without tbe i.ixt. AbdKFi liox ho. 13(8 l'Mlade pbia l'uat Olllce. 5 2 40 FOR 8ALE-TI1E LARfJE DOUBLE HOLHR and Lot. fi5 eet In front, with fine Oarden attached. o. 4-5 n. rifteentn airoet belnw Cine. JulyB Applyto J, KROEAT PRICE. 30 12t So. 813 AUCH Street. AUCTION SALES. PANCOAST WARNOCK. AUCTIONEERS, Xo. 240 MARKET Street. IAROE VOSIUVK 8AI,B OF RW IOTS AMERICAN AUD I Vt P( R 1 t- DRY G0018. EM RROIHtBtES. MILLINt.RY COOD.1, UOsIERI GOODS, ETO. ETC. by catalogue, On WeSneaday. Jnne 6, commencing at 10 o'clock. Included will be found a larre and deairable assortment of goods adapted to prebentsa.ee. 8 2 at . .... f'I'OAKsTcToAKSI Incladed In tale on Wednesday, 79 lOMBIlk C oukii Coats, haxqaes, Ila-qulnn, ete. e'c. comprisiBft fome of the richest and most expensive (gtods ever oftered at biicMoBi and expreatiy manulac lured tor best city retail tales. LARGE POi-niVB SALK OP A STOCK OF DET I i inn. Also, On Wednesday Mornine. June 6. at 10 o'clock, the entire balance of a flr.t clam city retail stock, comprising a leneral assortment of WtiltA unnilm H.aa tmm'.m . . . a , . a,n.hn , ). . . . ..-. oi buyers. ' ' ' i B SCOTT. JR.. AUCTIONEER. Ko. 1020 CHESiiUT STREET. S21S O HD. We aie nrenarnil frntn nnw nnll .Tnl. 1 n make special fales of any description of mcrchand'se, end will me our bent endeavors to give satlslaitlon. t or terms, eto., apply at tbe o fflce, 2 g$t CHEROKEE CURE, . TUE GREAT INDIAN MEoiNB, CURES ALL DASE CAUSED BY FXCFr LOBS OK vT8 OR IK DISCRETION', VIZ 1- Jlt.MOKY, lIMVtKSAL LADBlllDlii PAIhS IN 1 HE UAtK, Dlta-NESB Or ViSIOS, f KEMA'iURti OLD AGE, tfKAK NERVES PALE I'OBUTENANCE. IS SANITY, ivn lit. mariui'i Tbat follow as a sequence of youtuiul Indiscretions. TBE OH EliOKK.E ( ORB win reatnre hea th and vmor. and effect a permanent cure alter all other medicines have tailed lulrt.V-two Dane paiupuiet ui uisHDiouvuivif., lree to'any addre. hv mii iinuiifiBt: or will be sent bvexDress to any por ion 01 the world, on tbe receipt of price, y the to.e propne or, o ,,-omr No 37 'W alker street, New York, CUEB.OEEE REMEDY Pnrea alt I'rlnarv Comnlalnts. vis.: tiravel. Inflam mation ol the Madder and Kidneys Retention 01 Urine, Strictures ol the Uretar Dropsical hwe llns Brick Dust Deposits and all diseases tbat require a dluretio, and w ucn uaeu iu ouujuuciuu wuu in. HfltOKEiri indr.i'iiua, does not fall to core all Mucus Discharges in Mate or vmuio rnrlnu recent cases In irom one to turoe duvs. and is esp daily lecommeuded In those cases of Fluor A bus or Weakness in Females. The two medicines uned in conjunction wui not laii to remove mis uis avreeable coniu'alnt, and In tnose cases where otuer metlclnes nave neen usea wuiioui sucues. r rice, nemeay. une uoiue, lureo iiuilibs mo. " Innction " " 2, . S. .. TlA Diernkne "Curt" "JlimrdV" and "int'Clt'itl ir. ha fnnnil In all well reeulated druu stores, and ara recommended by physicians and druuglBts all over he world lor their intrinsic worm aou merits, nome un principled dealers, how.ver, try to deceive their cus bv se lina chean and worthless compounds in order to niake money -In place 01 these. B- not de- et.ved. II the dratKiots win noi uuy tueiu ioryou,wria to us, and we wl 1 send them to you bv exuress, secure T packed, and fiee Irom observation We treat ail disease m which the tinman system Is suHect. and wl.t be m vised to receive lull and exullclt siati metits from ihoe who bare lal ed to receive reliet hereto ore. ladles or (lentlemen can a aress us m prtct c n.naence. wene ira t, aend our thirtv-two Dase uamohlet Ire to every lady and gentleman in the land. Address all letters tor DamDbieis, ueuicuies, or auviuv. w iuh wmv prvnrieior, V m ' Dr. W R MEKWIN, 1 6 tnthsjip Ko, 37 WA! Kr.K Street, N. Y. HOUSEKEEPERS WILL VINO Tonrtolot'a Extract of Bef cheap, pure, and couvenlent, Makei delicious soups In a tew ruinates. "TAKE NONE BL'T SQUARE TINS." F. O. WELLS & CO., o. 15 F&anklin, New York, BOLB AOEMTS. "For sale everywhere." 0 31 fit rp O U RTALOT'S EXTHACT OF BEEF. IN SQUARE CANS. FOB PALE BY SIMON COLT ON & CLARKE, 14Up 8.W. cor. BROAD and WALNUT "yxtall papers and window shades VV .nit KHnri VlnA iMnrtmnnt .1 WATS on band. A'so Preventive or Damp wal s In Uwenmas. raper Hangers St ut to ail saris ol tue country. H A. BURTOS. 29ntrp o. 115 tl. FOURTH Street, above Jtrch. w ALL PAPER AND WINDOW SHAPES. B r. BAI DKRHTON 4 SON. t n iOi Wi 8PKLNU OARDEN Street. DRV GOODS. piuoE & w o o r, Northwest Corner of EIGHTH and FILBERT Streets, WBIIE GOODS. WHITE GOODS. Sett finish Jaconet, Cambric, and Nainsook Has In s; Swiss Musliiig and Victoria Lawns; White BiillisnW. W lute r'qnfls, GO, 60 75 80 9). and 91 00 per yard. Nainsook, riald, and tnpe Mus ins. Hair Cord, Stniie, and 1'iaid Muslins. Maiseilies limits, fiom CO up to C 13 60. GOODS. LINEN UOOD9. Pet mekes of Shlrt'as Linens. Table Mneni, Nap kit s and Towels. I men Htciaback Towols, 2ft. 28, 81, 87, 40 4S and 60c. H ami some Damasi Towels. Bt st makes Bit ached and Un bleached nusuns at the lowest marks orices Uavlur boognt a lare 0t of mnsl.ns before tbe advano. we are eaabled to sell them at tbe very lowest pives. Black Hlka, Black Silks, $1 26, Sl-37), SI 60, 1 66 op to C8'60 a yard Vlain a l-wool Delaines j f igured Mohairs; black grotma mi Grenadines, 62J ceuU: White rrounn lrmad net. 87 J. Black aud White 1'lald Mohairs, 87Jc. a yard. A lorjre assortment ot Hosiery and Moves. Genta' Neck lies, rhirt Fronts, and Hnspendeis; Ladies' and dents' Uanzu Alenno Tests, Linen and mlk Jans, very cheap. Just opened, a new lot of Cambric Edgings, in. at Mints, and I r mminire Needie-worked Bands, from 80 cents up to tJ 00 a Band. A cheap lot of Dimity Bands. Ilooo r-kirts. best qua ity, made to ordor. expretly for onr sales, and wartanted lor six months. Just opened, irom auction, a very cboao lot ot Embroidered Uandkotchicls, from ,'i8o. up to f 1. French and English a air Brushes. PRICK fc WOOD, TX.-W. Corner LIGuTU and FILBERT Ste. N. B. 7-4 and 8-4 Mosquito Bar Netting. 2 4 JINEN TOWELS, FROM a? 40. TO (4 PER DOZEN. FOB BATH-ROOM, HOTEL, AND gEAsIOE CDKVVK1V 8TODDART BHOTHER, Nos. 4(0, 462, and 464 V. BECOND Street, 3t Above vyillow. jgATHING SUIT MATERIALS AT LOW PRICES. CWIWES STODDART fc BROTHER, Kos. 450, 452, and 454 N. SECOND Street, 3t Above Willow. JLANKETS AND COUNTER PANES AT LOW PRICES. CyfiWKS STODDART &, HltOTHKR, .Nps. 450, 452, and 454 N. BECON D Street, 6 4 3t Above Willow. T ABLE LINENS. FOB HOTELS, AT LOW PRICES. CCIWES STODDART fc BROTHER, Not. 450, 452, end 4'4 N. SECOND Street, 3t Above Willow. rpAjVIBOUR EI) LACE CURTAINS, VESTIBULE LACE, FROM AUCTION, VERT LOW. eVKVVEN STODDART V BROTHER, Nos. 45n, 452, and 454 N. SECOND Street, 6 4 St Above Willow. g FINE BUFF AND BLUE TARLEJ4N, 23 CENTS. CiaWEJi STODDART BROTHER, 'os. 450, 452, and 454 N. SECOND Street, 8 4 St Above Willow. JLACK LACE ROTUNDS AND POINTS OF SUPERIOR GRADES, AT LOV PRICKS. CUR WEN STODDART & BROTHER, Not. 450 , 452 and 454 N. SECOND Street, 6 4 3t Above Willow. Y11E & LAN DELL, FOURTH AND ARCH STREETS, BAVE A FINE STOCK OF DESIRABLE SUMMER GOODS. BLACK IL'BBRR LACE POINTS. -t BLACK LLAMA LACE POINTS PURE WHITE LLAMA SHAWLS. ' WHITE SHETLAND SHAWLS. WHITE BABi.CE SHAWLS. BLAtK faRENAPINE SHAWLS. TWO T ARDS WIDE GRENADINES SlSIMUt 811 KS hLL ED. SUMMER DRESS OOOLSHtDUCED. FULL LINE CF BLACK GOODS. FULL LINE OF WHITE GOODS. BUFF HK, AND BLUE PERCALES. BUFF, PINK, AND BLUE LACONS TOUmSTS DRESS GOODS. ORGANMES AND FOULARDS. BEST BLACK SILKS, ETC., ETC. h412gtuth5p JOHN W. THOMAS, ' Nob. 405 and 407 N. SECOND Street, CALLS ATTENTION TO HIS LARGE AND HANDSOME STOCK OF S F RING AND bUMMER 13 II ESS GOODS, WHICH WILL BE SOLD AT THE 5 24 12trp Lowest Market Rates. O. 103 N. EIGUTII STREET. Just received, a large and splendid assortment ol tbe most laslilonab'e BUTTONS, FANCY TRIMMINGS, For Coats and Dresses, at greatly reduced prices. Ladies. Call at our store and convince yourself of tbe fact. SMALL PROFIT AND QUICK SALES. WM. lonnkrstAdter, No. 103 North EIGHTH St., Second door above Arch, next to tbe comer. 629 tuths m QWID'S LIMPID WRITING FLUID, AND ' , ,1 DAVID'S BLACK AUD COPYING INKS, For sale wholesale and retail, by k : . moss & -co., BLANK liOOK MANUFACTURERS' AND SXATIONEItfi. No. 432 CHESNUT Street. A atnula trial wlllnnnvlnna in mi nf their saner loritv and cheapness over uy other American or Foreign ink in tne market. Hpeclinsos of aevetal years standing ot lti durability ana superiority ovvt all ottets, can be seeo at me tore. 31 tustmuirp THILADgiPinA, TUESDAY, '' . t fi fJ CAST E El'.S INSURANCE AGE WCY, IM. W. CORNER FOURTH AND WALNUT STREETS. l OIULIARD, NF.W YOEK, FT LI U, NW TOBK, HELIEF, MtW YORK, . Bit? OLUOF, MtW lOBKi XCILSIOR, EV YOBK, NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, CASH ASSETS, $6,000,000. Life Dividends 50 Per Cent. Each Year, and Cashed Three Years After the Policy is Issued- POLICIES ISSUED ON HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE FOR FIVE YEARS AT Fire, Life, Marine, Inland, and Accidental Insurance PLACED TO .ANY AMOUNT BY THOMAS. J. LANCASTER, K. AV. CORKER" gTEAM ENGINE TACKING LORICAT1YE PACKING, FOR THE STUFFING BOXES OI STEAM ENGINES. An article recommended by all Bailroad Compan lo bave ttoroniiLlj tested It, aid In general use bv over rvo httndr d and fifty Ilallioads, ana on trial b over five hundred others. DOVTfcD BT 20,100 SlATIOKAKT EKUINEb. I is a fli st-class article. Seventy-Five Cents Per Pound. Lubricathe Packing Companj BOLE MANUFACTVEER8, 723 CHESNUT Street, PHILADELPHIA. L. G. T1LLOTSON &.CO. BOLE AGENTS. 26 DEY Street, New York. BOLD BY DEALERS GENERALLY. J6 8p MILLER'S STEAM ENGINE PACKINO. 1 Ms Is tbe mnslln covered, slioildj fllllnir. stufllnu- boa Pukm-gIXTy CFNX PEE POCKD. For sale by william k. miller. Bole Manufacturer lor tbe United States, Hear or "23 HtNUI' Hireet. 4 28 Bp Philadelphia, Peuna. READING IlAILItOAD. On and After Monday, Jnne 4, 1866 A PASSENGER TRAIN F O It HEADING, AND INTERMEDIATE STATIONS, will leave Depot, THIRTEENTH and CALLOWUILL Streets, at 7'30 A. M Arriving at Beading In time to connect with Express Iralns North, t ut ar.d West. ' Pasueniiers golny Isorth from all stations between Philadeltibia and PeadlriK. ex. opt orrlstuwn, Phaonu vll e. and fot'xtown whl ike this irnin IheMi UMNU EXTltEbH TUA1N will leave Phila delphia at B'15 A. M., Btof ping onlv at- Norrlstown, Phoonlxvllle. Pott'town ReaduiK and points on (tie main Hue above Keadlug, and the LaUAAOM V ALLEY BUAN CH. The 345 P. M. ft-om Pottsville WIHKOT BTOP at Stations SOOTH of Peaillng, except POTT8XOWN,PHO(EMXVILLE,andNOttlUaTOWN. A Train v. Ul leave Reading at j ' d 30 P. M.. BtopplnL at all Stations, and arriving at Philadelphia at D'llir, M. 4trp p-A.rrrEIST WIKE WORK FOB BAILIXGB, BTOBE FBONT8, GUARDS, PABTITIONS. i ' IBON BEDSTEADS. AND WIRE WOBC, In variety, manntsomred by 'M. WALKER & SONS i 29 en. Bp a 11 Nortli 81 X Til B treet JUNE 5, 1860. O F I T -A. L, 0,000,000. COMPANIES REPRESENTED: $1,500,000 . 310,000 300.000 . 295,000 310,000 MERCAMILE, NEW YORK, . HUMBOLDT, 1EW YORK, . EQUITABLE, TROVJDENCE, . HOWARD, BALTIMORE . N. Y. ACCIDEMAL INSUBANCE CO. FOURTH AKR WALNUT STREETS. JJ1! RESIDE MUSINGS. The tastes of mei are various as their focesi Borne toast their trlinds, and sumo their bread and cheese t I like to toast my toes, and sit at eaie Beside my wiie.ln our accustomed places. Day and Ita busier duiies endod, we Pursue the prompting ol our Inclination I, with a pen or book In band, and she Intent on some maternal avocation; Which done, she quickly spreads i he cloth tor Tea The snow-white cloth-then trims tho evening fire : Puti on the ketilo, busy aa a bee, To have the best of'l ea is her desire. And tbat we may procure the best In town. We purchase our supplies Irom West and Brown. .DO YOU KXOV WEsT 4c BBOWNJ The dealers In Teat They bave gained blgn renown. Since all do auree Tbat their Teas are the best That e'er crossed the brine. Query? Where sha'l I find them? Ankwer. Eight Hundred and Mae. We warrant our TEAS, and have facilities for drawing vhem for our customers thus enabling them to test their flavor aud strength before they purchase. Tbls being onr exclusive business, and one of the firm being an experienced Tea taster, we claim superior advantages. No. 800 CHESNUT STREET. WEST & BB0WN. 6 2 Strp RATIONAL BASK OF THE REPUBLIC, PHILADELPHIA. Organized. Under "The National Cur rency Act," March 30, 1866. Tnts Institution has completed the alterations of its building, Xos. COO ami ail CHESMT Street, AD IS NOW OPEN FOR THE TRANSACTION OF A REGULAR BANKING BUSINESS IS ALL ITS BRANCHES. JAMES B. FERREE, President ED. F. MOODY Cashier. 5 22not rpiIE II A R III SON BOILER A BAFE STKAM BOItKH. Tbe attention ot manufacturers and (then nstng Steam Is confidently cal ed to this neir 81 eain Untie rator, couibinln eeen-.lai advantage In atisplute salety irom exp oslon In cheapness ot oft oost and cost ol r. pairs. In economy of IubI, laol.ltof oieanlnjf aud transportation etc.. not possessed by any oilier bol.ei now in me. 1 his boiler 1. formed o a oo-nbinatlon ot cast-Iron hollow apherea. each anhre eight inches ex ternal diauioter, aud turee elglit" of aa Inch thlct These are held together by wnught-lron bolts, with "Nearly onenbundred ofthese pollers are now In opera, lion, some of them in the aot establishments lu this C"?or descriptive circulars of price, apply to JOSEPH H4RH1HON. Jr. Hanlson Boiler Wof-s, OKAY'S FKRIlV Boad. adjoining the United States A nana!, fhUailelphia, 4 21 tu th2utSp $25,000 275,000 200,000 250,000 300,000 A REDUCED RATE OF PREMIUM. CLOTHING. .Cm C- -TV ri . m UJVDKft THE Cbntinenfal ffntPi Ta AAUIU1, A824 Chestnut V "T3 'OA J i J T. OF F. C. F. F. F c CLOTHING II! niCKS' TEMrLB OF FASniON. Celebrated For Pine Fashionable Clothing. WILLIAM HICKS, No. liOa MAIIKKT Street, 812 2m PHILADELPHIA. gTATES UNION CLOTHING HALL, 600 MARKET Street, 606 Visitors will find a large and varied assortment ot tho very best Bt ADY-MADE CLOTHING! at tbe losrest i-asb prices. (Suits, containing Coats, Pants, and Vest, Irom 112 00. Dusters, ti 23. PanU from gSOO and higher. Come and convince yourselves. 16 313m CiQrtTO t!5 FOR A SUIT OF BLACK OR (r)t ) lancy colored cloth; army aud navyclothinj i o . in style unsurpassed, sltiuirp KA Kit, 1 o. 1 NINTU St., above Cbesnat, R. U U N T E R, No. ii N. SEVENTH BTBF.ET. ABOVE FILIlEEr, PHILADELPHIA. Acknowledged bt all parti, t intertttd as by tar tbe ,WO.sl BCC'C'EShrUL PHYSICIAN in the treatment of Dtuattt in A I ipertalty. QUICK, THOBOI'Oll, andftrmantnt curet guarantied lu every cane. Keuifrulitr 1U II' NW K'S ( iel. rated Kemedlci can onlT he tad genulue at lis old established OtUoe, No. 44 N.bEVfcblUBtreet. abovt Filbert. tin SIP YOU WISH TO BUY A HAT FIFTY cents cheaper than yon can anywhere else In the eiiv. call at PBE8TON '8 1 lm So. 218 South THIRD Street, PhOaOa. c9 ri n V s 4N?