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THE -DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPn. PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, JUNE 1G, 1866.
LONDON GOSSIP. Miss Atonia Jone$ at the Standard Theatre Mourning for 0. V. Brooke in Melbourne Tht Brooke Family of Ancient Irish Origin The Amcrioan Grimacicr in Paris Labor, the Blind Pianist Method by which he Learned Music Napoleon's Prize Cup for the International Piyeon khooters Prince Alfrnt Receiving the Freedom of On City from the Grocers Fancy Fair to be held for the Benefit of the Royal Dramatic College Meeting of the Royal Geolo gical iociety Sir Boderick Murchison's Ad dressMedals Awarded A Mory About the Collecting of Postage Stamps Fwn's Sugar Plums A PoeticM Bonnet. London, June 2. Our Rifted countrjwomHii, Hiss Avoma Jones (Mro. U. V. Brooke), In pliy toft a highly successiul engagement at the Smndard, alter having appeared nightly lor three months at the New Surrey. The deep interest which every one feels In the lamented tragedian, Gustavus V. Brooke, the horror ex cited by his dread I nl fate, and the admiration called forth by the bravery he displayed, and the brotherly devotion which made hioTretuse even to attempt to save his hie because he would Save hecn compelled to leave his sister upon the fattd ship, have all com Dined to turn the eyes of the public sympathetically upon his young widow. Letters from Australia Inform us that when the ap palling news of the los of the London was received at Melbourne, no man was more gene rally and deeply mourned than Brooke. The shops were halt closed in token of respect, and everywhere hit portrait was to be seen shrouded by white and Dluck duperies, and bis last words traced above them, sometimes with immortelles. The photographists have not been able toauppiy the demand for his photograph, and preparations are being made tor the erection of a btatue to his memory. A statue will also be reared In Dublin, and there will probably be a monument to him hi IJellaat, where he made his last ap pearance. The lamily of Brooke la Irish, and of ancient origin. The lather of the late G. V. Brooke was brother to Henry Brooke, the head ot the Done gal family, who resided near Londonderry, and represented the county ot Donegal in the British Parliament. He died some year before his brother Gustavus The only near relative of G. Y. Brooke, still living, Is his sister, the wite of i the Rev. Dr. Ileutlev, who Uvea at Kilkenny. Ilt was at the house ot this sister that Brooke and his bride paesed their happy Christmas holiday", jist before they parted, on the deck of the London, tor the last time In this life. year competing more successfully with Euro pean, raris nas iusi acKnowieugea me won derful gifts ot an American Grime, as he Is termed in theatrical phrase, or face-malar. The talent of this singular gnmacier consists in imi tating; the heads of celebrated historical person ages. He places himsell behind a frame hidden by a white cloth, and beside a table covered with wigs, false beards, and paint brushes. As soon as his toilet h made be suddenly draws wide the curtain, and exhibits to the spectators the head of Washington. Napoleon, Charles the first, Wellington, Louis XI; or that of a mad- mau. an idiot, a lury, a criminal, etc. xne rapidity with which this artist changes his head, and its perfect fidelity to the original, is marvellous. Labor, the blind piano-forte player of the Kint,' ot Hanover, has made a great impression in Parts, and la expected in London. The King ot Hanover, it will be remembered, is also blind. Labor, however, has been blind Irom his biith, and never saw a single page of music, or a note of his instrument. To enable him to learn his first nieces, his sister, a pianist of rare talent . used to play the chosen piece two or three times, while he sat by her side and listened. He would then take her place and repeat, note by note, what he had lust heard. After she had played the air ror the third time, Labor knew it pertccuy, nowever aimcuit it mignt op. In this manner he has acquired a more exten sive repertoire, it is said, than any other musi cian. He also composes music. The Kmperor of the French has ordered a su perb prize, in the shape ot a cup, to be shot for Ibv the International Piueon Shooters in 1867. l'he Emperor attend the new pigeon shooters' r lub, in the Bois de Boulogne, and it appears that he shoots a great deal better than most of hia sublects. II us America, among her line Marksmen, no competitors to send? Prince Alired has just received the freedom of the City ot London irora me ancient company ot Grocers. Mr. Woodhouse, as Master of the Grocers' Company, in addressing his Koyal Highness, informed him that the Company received its first charter from his Maiesty King hEdward tho Third; that it took rank second in Afhe lift of the old trading fellowships of the City, ana mat, during a tieriou oi more luuu me centuries, n oau oeen aistingusneu for its lovaltv and hospital it v. The docu nient which the Prince received conferring the freedom was inclosed in a magnificent gold box ot elegant design and workmanship, and of the value ot one hundred guineas. Alter no subscribed the oath of freeman he was escorted to the court-room ot the Company, and partook of a sumptuous breakiast. me taDte was adorned by some of tne Company's ancient gold (iriukintr cups, and four superb pleteaux In solid silver, embodying a series of groups emblemati cal ot tne aiuerent Drancnes oi commerce in vhich the Company has always been engaged. Other specimens ot tne massive gold and saver plate ot tne guuu were displayed, on sioe tables, in different parts ot the room. The Governors ot the Royal Dramatic College have held a meeting at the Adelphi Theatre. Mr. Bcnlamin Webster presided. It was re solved that a great fancy fair should be held, tor the benelit ot the college, at syaennatn Palace, on the 7th and 9th of July next. Actors and actresses of note are to grace the booths. It i? stated that Mr. Buckstone will exhibit a "Punch" and "Judy" alone. The Royal Geographl?al Society held their annual meeting this week. The President, Hir Uoderck Murchison, In his address, announced that Dr. Livingstone had reached Rovuma river, in an Arab dhow, and that he would noon start, with hia followers, for Lake Nyassa. He also mentioned a projeet lor the explorution of the northern coast line and interior of Green land. One of the Society's youngest associates, Mr. Whymper, already distinguished by his i-ouratte and seii-reunnce in surmouniing me highest peaks ot tho Alps, has conceived the bold idea of penetrating along the surface of Greenland's glaciers into the interior of this snow-clad continent, be Deing convinced, trom he great number of deer tn.it nud their way to the coast, that there are within the glaciers well-grassed valleys. Tins enterprise hir Kode- ick considered as truiv me ne piua uura oi inui- idual British geographical adventure. The founders' medal was presented to Dr. inifimas Thompson. M. D.. F. It. 8.. lor his ex ploration ol tne Western Himalayas and Thibet, md IOr nio wur& mricuu. iuo ifituuu a ixi ruai awarded to Mr. William Chandless. M. A. (his brother receiving it tor him), for his recent unalUtd exploration oi vue river rurun, irum no mouth, on tne river Amazon, ueuny uj us source, a distance oi law nines, a purse con taining one nundrea guineas wiw presuuieu w M. du Chaillu, to reimnurse mm ior me lass oi nis instrumentb in w estern Atrtca, and also as i testimonial of the value of his service. A jold watch was awarded to mooia-Aouui-sienna, lor services rendered to geographical science by his adventurous journey from Peshawur to Kokhand, along the upper valley of the Oxus, and across th e Pamir Steppes. The mania for collecting postage stamps Is, we believe, as great in Amenca as in Europe. The lashiou has been turned to a singular use in Loudon. A story was in circulation (and is not the starting a story always an eaBy process ?) to the etlect that a tyrannical and eccentric father a rich old city father in withholding his con sent to the marriaee of his only daughter to a young man without lortune, coupled his refusal with the stipulation that when the rejected lover could turuish him in lieu of gold, with we forget how many million oue penny postage stamps, he would reverse his decision. The lrieud.of the lovers (so says the story) imme diately began to collect all the postage stamps within reach and sent them to the voumr gen tleman's address they told their friends and thfee friends told other friends, aad huge packages of stamps were daily forwarded by enthusiastic and sympathetic young people, who wanted to help on a love affair, to the supposed lover in distress, it turned out. nowever, that this little romance had been hatched in the brain of a clever Jew. who had discovered a method of effacing tne mark from the red postage stamp, and thus restoring to their original appearance stamps that bad been used. ins stratagem was so successful that ne amassed qulie a large fortune before the decep tion was discovered. Have the pious sugar plums found their way across the Atlantic f The London bonbon lovers are making an outcry against these spiritually medicated sugar plums, imported from Paris, and declare that the zealous promuleators of religion who started this original movement are not aware of the extent to which such a clumsy device will prejudice the minds of the young ana ana irrei'gious to an ideas qi rem aim prac tical niefv. It seems that a society which calls itself VAvcninde la Jeubesse, has arranged with sundry Parisian bonbon toanulacturers to put in their dainties short extracts from approved religious books, and texts from 8cnpturcs. It is rather curious that this awkward propagation of morality should have been started in a city where the people are peculiarly alive to a sense of the ludiTOus and inappropriate. Everybody knowo that ladies have ceased to wear bonnets, t nd that they apoloaize for the omission by covering the crown of the head with a tinv bit ot ornamented lace or other ma terial, or flat bouquet. As we do not doubt that American ladies have been as bewitched as tne French and English by this new mode, we beg to describe to ihem oue ot these substitutes lor a bonnet, which was certainly as poetic a bit of millinery as was ever luvented. The supposed bonn -t was entirely composed of a group of full-blown blush roses it had a white veil, and we must imagine that one of the rones had been blown to pieces by the wind, for the leaves were scattered ovt the veil, to which they lightly clung, producing an etlect so natural that one could nardiy neip expecting to see tnem snaicen off by a movement of the head. Anna (.'or Mowatt Ritchie. FIRE AND BUF . R PROOF SAFES g U C C K S S F U L TESTS. GREAT FIRE IN NEW YORK. GREAT FI11K IN CHARLESTON, g. C. GREAT FIRE IN WADDINGTON. GREAT FIRE IN CANADA. MARVIN'S SAFES. IN EVEBY INSTANCE SAVED AlA, TUKIIt CONTENTS. MARVIN & CO., No. 721 Chesnut Street, (May Hall). No. 265 Broadway, New York. BEND B OR ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE, SECOND-BAND SAFES t BOUSE SAFES. 8AF18 EXCHANGED. 15 62mrp GROCERIES. TEAS REDUCED TO 1, AT INGRAM'S Tea Warehouse. No. 43 8. SECOND Street. BOASTKU COFFEE REDUCED TO dO CTS. at INGRAM'S Xea Wareheuse, No. 43 8. SECOND bireet. A fC. BEST MILD COFFEE, AT INGRAM'S J Tea Warehouse No, 43 B. SECOND Street TEA8 AND COFFEES AT WHOLESALE prices, at INGRAM'S Tea Warehouse, No. 4i . BECON D Street Try them. GREEN COFFEES FROM 22 TO 36 CTS. A pound, at IN GRAM'S Tea Warehoase, No. 43 a BECOND Street Try them. 1 10 6ia MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. if-rfea SCHOMACKER PIANO FORTE -7 K I? MANUFACTURING COMPANY'S NKVV b'l OUC, No. 1103 tmSNUT htreet We respeotiully call the attention 01 our friends and the public generally ot our removal to our new and Handsome Wrerooum, G1RAKD ROW, No. 1103 CHESS Ul Street, where we have constantly on hand a large stock ot our superior nd fcltbly finished Hnuare and Grand Pianos. Our InstrunieDls have been awarded the highest pro miuuis at all the principal exhibitions ever ho id In this couitry. with numerous testimonials irom the Irst class artists In America and Enrope. 'l hey are now the leading Pianos, and ore sot lco . paitsol tl.e wor d. . m . , Persons delrlng to purchase a first-class Piano at greatly reduceo rates thou d not tail to give us a cu Pianos to rent lulling and moving r omptly at tended to. . HCHOMA KF.R A CO., 6 23 1m yp 1103 CI1ESNDT Btreet DYEING, SCOURING, ETC. JliEMH STEAM SCOIMXG ESTABLISHMENT, No. 510 EACE Street. We beg leave to draw your particular attention to our new Frtuch Meant Bcouring Fstabilahn ent thetlrstand only one ol Its and In tnis city- we ao not aye, nut oy a ciii n Kal process res ore Laaies ', uentiemen s, an Children's Garments to their original states, wtthou injuring them in tie least, while gieat experience and the best machinery from France enable us to warrant periect satistaction to ail who may lavor us with their patronage liADlcu' imr.st, oi every aescttption, with or without Irimmlngs, are cleaned and finished witnout Deing taxen apart, wneuer tue color is genuine or nut Carnets Velvet Ribbons. Kid Gloves, etc. cleaned and rennlsbed In tbe best manner. Gentlemen's t-umiuer and Winter Clothing e eaned to perlectii n without ID jury to the stud Also Flags and Banners Allkuidsof stains r. moved without e eanlng the whole All orders are eiecoted onder our Immediate supervision and satisfaction guaranteed in every Instance. A call and examination of our process Is reipectlully solicited. ALBEDYLL & MAUX, ai2r.tbst No 810 RACE Btreet LOST. T OBT-THR CERTIFICATE NO. 1221. IS- 1 J sued by the Cltv of Philadelphia (old) to provide for the subscription to the Pennsylvania Railroad Com pany's stock, oated September 22, 1B.VI for one thousaud dollars, payable to John Garth Dodgson, ot Preston, Lancashire. England, and Bn-y Hbam. of London. V'ua- land, trustees, bearing Interest at six per cent, per an- num. lieaeemaDie uuiy t leaa. eotutusisi DENTISTRY. jsja i.j.- THOUSANDS OF TEETH EXTRACTED KZZmL without pain. Patent applied for. Mynewin "amU ventlon. a Iiouble Reversible Belf-adiaHluu Rafety Valved Inhaler, lor administering Nitrous Oxide itas. ana extracting teem wiuiout sain, lue only mode tnai tne uas can oe properly ana saieiy anmintstered o n oiu xi r. j, ii. Mi'nsn, no. ui nritiur. atreei. TTOR SALE STATE AND COUNTY RIGHT Jj of Capewell Co.'s Patent Wmd Guard aud All Heater lor uoai uu Lamusi it prevents tne uiuiuney I roin oreaaiug. j uis wi win wairant. Also save out third the oil. Call and see them they eost but ten cautf No. 2(11 BACK btreet. Philadelphia. Sample sent to atM part ul uie tuitea ouies on rcceioi or w ceuu. iw "yX CHEAPEST f VAX li HATS II NORTH" II Sixth n$ JI MEDICAL. yoxroruLi. WRIGHT'S TAR SYRUP PB1JSCIPAL, DEPOT, No. 771 outh THIUD Btreet Price, fl-00 per BdttlevfS-tO for half-a-dozen . The onderslfcntd citizens take pleasure In cheerfully recoB.mnioli.g the use of Wrlaht's Tar Byrup kr coughs, colds, consumption, whooping-cough, spotted levtr, ilTer com pi am t, pain In the breast, hronohlcls, Inflammation, and restriction of air vesse s In the lungs, etc. 'I he remedy should be In every family t Charles C. Wi Kin.Fom'v'i Prett office. Char es H. Grafton, Sunday Mercury olllce. James Nolen. A.omrer ofllce. Wl.llam F. L'orblt, Associated Pre.. William 11. Carpenter. Fire Alarm and Police T graph, Filth and i besnut street. A Randolph. F'ront and I omhard streets. James W. ferrlne No. 1129 Charles street 11. A. Davis No. 1123 Hasklil street John Woodslde No l3al Franklin street. Robert 1 bompsun No. 1H09 Walter street, R. I. Mnren, No. fW8 Ftanklln street J Geblofl No 731 s. second street. John Hermonr. Ne. 51 8. Front street , W. Howard, No. 1 Dock street H. C. fcartlett No. 327 3. eoond street L. Pates No. 6t Arrh street Alhert Martin, No. 417 8. Second street. Mary Caidwelk No lv32 Sansom street W. 'Ibomas. NO. 20 N. Fourth stren. T. M. ( arttir. No. l' E iretu's alley. George V I son No 236 Race street V . F. Rrooxs, No. 69 North second street M. J. B asset t. No. 119 ( snal street 8. Hevoiour Rose Bustleton. - Char'is Rogers, No. 921 Sooth street R. T. We lug on, second end Quarry streets y . .. Ihomaa, No. 13 South Ut-i street Wlillftn Rams, No 6158iuth Front street S. 8. Pantord, Opera Manager. . ... John Maglnnln. rear of No. i:4 North Beoond street Jure. 8. K. CLoate. Newark, Del. ir. William P. Wriqhi . J, . . hid.ua t aii a niia,iiri in recommendntf your TAk Bviii'pmf whiih we have already sold ronsiderau.e oua-ititicsi as a most excellent anit eftvacious remeJy lof the complaints set forth In your printed bill alrea ly sulimltteU 10 the public. A a irratltyingact to sullerin humanity we wll, chccr n lv recommend tour prenara tlon to a.l afflicted w Ith diseases w blob It is designed to cure. Yours, etc, pTLKS A B0N, Druggists. N, E. coraer Pine and Sixth streets, "j'uaNBON, HOLIOWAT COWDEN'S. DI OTT A CO 'H. And all principal DrurgiBts anu Dealers. The nl srrllier would beg leave Inrthtr to say thai be is preparea te fl.l orders BLd forward the Byrup tc any purt ol the country. Persons desiring other Intor mat Ion by n all will Inclose a postage stamp and answen win ne returni a as soeu as tue eugencia ui uuoiues will admit Address . ntLLiAn i. nntiii. 20 No 711 P. TBIBD Street Philadelphia, Pa. G AD NEWS FOR TI1E UKFORTTJNATE. BELL'S SPECIFIC REMEDIES Are warranted In all cases, for the firuitDT and Perm hkhl CthK ot all diseases arising from excesses or l UtJ WlFU Jj 1.MJ1-1 lit, i lua Emissions, Genital, Physical and Nervous Debility, Im potence, etc. etc lUAnuu . ' i ini: i i -' i v. ...... .-. a Thev can De used without detection, and never fall to e fleet a Cure, If used according to Instructions. BELL'S SPECIFIC PILLS, Price Or. Dollar per Box, or Six Boxes for Five Dol lars auto, targe uoxes containing tour oman, Price Three Dollars. From four to six boxes are generally renulred to cure ordinary cases of Seminal Weakness, though benefit is derived trom using a single box in t nrotnc fanes, ana particularly wnen impotence or Gel Ital Debl lty with Hervous Prostration has affected the system, BULL'S TONIC PILLS . Are recommended as the most F.fflcaclous, Rejuvenating, and Invigorating Remedy in the wor d. A Package Price Five Dollars, wi 1 last a month, and Is genera, y sufficient In extreme cases of Debility and Impotence, BULL'S EITERSAL REMEDY, Price Two Dollars, sufllolent for month, can be used to good advantage. It gives Strength to the Organs and, with the Pills, will restore them to their normal condition. A Pamphlet ot 100 pages, on the LRHOK OF YOUTH, designed as a Lecture and C au Ion to Young Men, sent lree, Ten Cents requited to pay postage. It von cannot nnrchase Heix's Specific Remedies of your Diuggist take no other, but send tbe nionoy direct to DR. JAMES BRYAN, Consulting Physician, No 81!) BROADWAY. New York. And von will receive ibein by return of mall post paid. and liee from observation. 6 11 i DU. IIYLTON'S Constitutional Renovator FOB, THE RAPID CURE OF Incipient Consumption, and all Diseases) Xjrtalnint; to Connauiptlon, sren AS Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, I roup. Bronchitis, and all Diseases ot tne Lungs ana nesniraiory urguuB, tiver Complaint Dyspepsia Loss of Ap petite, Nervous Debility, wi.h gieat Lassitude ot the Mus cular Svs'm. etc. The success of this medicine In the core or fllsoase has wilhstooa many crl.lcul tests In this country and elsewuere; us taiutary eiieo s on utsease are iriumr disseminated, and require no effort to party ihe preju dices o the skeptic. ' Db. Hyltoii i- I take t' is opoor unity to mlorm you that I comlder you the greatest doctor on diseases ot the lungs in the countty. I bad spitting of blood, with large lumps oi green matter; a violent paid In my breast and shoulders, a straining cough) and several ot the mi st eminent physicians gave me up as a hopeless ase ol consumption I tried all the remedies ot the daj and gained no re'lei but grew worse: when a friend advised me to tiy your Itenova or satls'ylnf me tnat you were a regular graduate of the University oi Penn s lvania and not aeeltotvled doctor. I ued but nine bottles of our Renovator, and to the surprise of my irlends. I am now a well man. and able to attend dally In mv huslnnsa. 'any one needing further particulars of my case can call on me ana be :H1(.II0LA8 BILGERi "No. 2US Races treet " Dr. Ilvlton Is a regu ar graduate oi tbe TJmversitv ot Pennsylvania. (Hia diploma can be seen at his office.) Examines Lungs without charge. Office, U,o. til Nona SIXTH Btreet S U thtm2m TxR-LESSEY'S V KG El A RLE PILLS CURB SJ. Dvspepsia. Diarrhoea. Rheumatism, Hi k Bead a'he. and all aerangeuients of the Liver Tbey purity the blood and mate the skin soft and lair. Kor sale nv Dr. LbhSKY ho 333 N. MMH Btreet Philadelphia, and hv Dmcirlsts ceuerall' . CaidDBM, ji. J ,Bntember2 I860 Or. Lessey Dear Sirs It gives me great pleasure to add my testimony In lavor 01 your " vegeiuuie Lier n is i naa oaeu afflicted witb deranged onuitlon ot the Liver for ten veara. and. durlnu that time, suffer, d lntenselv irnm acrid oiscbaiges rom stomsch and bowels, seriously piostiatlug my phTsical and mental energies for weeks at a time, so much so tba' mvlJ:ewaa des palled ot. But, tb oughaklnd Providence, I was Introduced to vou. and by ttia uo or four ruts i nave oeen wouder tuliv leatored. not havlns had ao attack oi my old com. pi air t or lost a Ingle aboatb service. They act Ilk a charm Had it not oeen ior tnem, nave no aoubt I sbou a have oeen lain aame trom tne miniiry must aud a tew lines In tsvot of your ' Life Pre server " or Vegetable Liniment. I have used I. fbi Jtryslpelas Ccalds and Hums nd Intlammations: it produces remarkable results. 1 was cured of a ven bad sore by its use Many ol my neighbors are using It and It gives universal satistaction. it mould beinevcrj bouse. Yours. BT.V. H BTOrKTOXt 4 28taths2m THIRD Street, t amden. K. J. j3 L J CAMPHOR TROCHES, , , PoWr PnrantlT of ' O H O L B 14 A Slarrhma, DywuMry, ana uaoiorasuruu'. . Bole t aotor, O. H. NMdles, Draggiat, .(.e- s5r 12U a Eaos SU., F alia. o mailed on1 .to "WIESKELL'S MAGIC OIL CURES TETTER, ERYSIPELAS, ITCH, SCALD HEAD, AND ALL BKIH DISEASES. WARRADTFD TO CURE OB MONEY REFUNDED For aala by all Diuggista. i PRINCIPAL DEPOT t No. 03 South THIRD Street, Above Chesnut. PTtce ? certs iter bottle. 4 24 8mD TiKAKNEBS, BLINDNESS, AND CATARRH XJ treated with the ntmoat success by J 18AAUM M. I).. Ocu 1st and Aurlst, So. 619 F1NH Htraet Toatl monlali Irom the most reliable sources In tbe city can basaenat hli office. Tba atadlral raiultr are Invited to aceompany tbelrpatlenta as be has no secrets In his practice. ArtrOo'al eyes inserted without pain . No chartie mad lor oxawlnirtuiu. I VI COAL ONE'-TR'IXL SECURES TOUR OySTOM. WHITXEY & HAMILTON, LEHIGH, SCHUYLKILL, AND BITUMINOUS C O A. X. Io. 935 Xorlh IXTII Street, Above Poplar, East Side. 63 JAMES O'BRIEN, DEALER IX LEHIGH AND SCHUYLKILL COAL. BY TBE CAKGO OR BlIfOLE TON. Yard, Broad Street, below Fitzwater. Eat constantly on band a compotont supply of the above superior Coal, surablo for family use, to which be calls the attention of his frionds and the public gonerolly. Orders left at No. 206 South Fifth ttroot, No. 32 South beventeenth stroot, or through Dosnatch or I'ost Office, promptly attended to. A SUPERIOR QVAAJXX OF BLACKSMIfHS' COAL. 7 S RENDER'S, . COAL AND ICE DEPOT, 8. W. CORNER OF BROAD AKD CALLO W UILL STREETS, Offers the celebrated West Lehigh Coal from the OrtennoodCollierv, t-tove. fcgg ana Heater size aMSU; utalHS0. A Iso, the very superior Hchuylkl.l Coal, from the Reevetdule collieiy, .NutBize, b UU. All other siEesaTO'i ... All Coal warranted inn tsgen dsc nee or expenso i fhe ourilisser. Ii not as re: prescuicd. Also, me i oat lor- tt.lttQ it not luu weight. 210 6tn SADDLES AND HARNESS. rllE OLDEST AND LARGEST SADDLE AND HARNESS MANUFACTURING ESTABLISHMENT IN THE ' COUNTRY. LACEY, BIEEKEK & CO., No. 1216 CHESNUT STREET, OFFER OF THEIR OWN MAXCFACTDRE : Bl'GGY HARKEHS, from a oU to tloO LIGHT BAROUCHE do 80 00 to 350 HEAVY do do 75 U0 to 500 EXPRE68, BRASS MOUNTED HARNESS 2T&0 to 90 WAUON AND bELF-AD JUSTING 15H0 to 30 BTAGE AND TEAM do 30 00 to 60 LADlEb' SADDLE, do . 12 00 to 150 GENTS do do 81)0 to 75 Bridles. Mountings," Bits, Bosetta. Horse; Coven, riiusher, Combs, Poaps, Blacking, Ladles' arid Gents Travelling and Tourist Bags and Backs, Lunch Baskets Dress ig and Shirt Cases, Trunks and Valises. J 8 6mrp Iso. 121G CHESNUT ST. INE HARNESS AND SADDLERY. 720 MARKET STREET. 720 Large baleioom contains a full Btock of good ser viceable blNULE AND DOUBLE HARNESS, best Leather and workmanship, for city trade, at moderate, prices, and made to order at short notice. E. P. MOYEIl ib BROS., No. 720 MARKET Street. N. B. Superior SOLE LEATHER TRUNKS, for Eu ropean travel. Also, Ladles' Frent.h Dress Trunks. 5 19 lm H A R N E. S S. A LARGE LOT OF NEW U. S. WAGON HAR NESS, 2, 4, and 6 horse. Also, parts ot HAR NESS, SADDLES, COLLARS, HALTERS, etc., bought at the recent Government sales to be sold at a great saenfleo Wholesale or Retail. Teg-ether with our usual assortment ot SADDLEB YAND SADDLER YEABD WARE. WILLIAM S. HANSELL & SONS, 2 1 Bo. 111 MARKET Street. JILLWARD & WINEBRENER. WM. MILLWABD, D. B. WIMBBESEB, MACHINERY AND MANUFACTURERS' SUPPLIES, No. 118 MARKET Street, PHILADELPHIA, PA. AGENTS FOB Til SALE OF Cotton and Woollen Machinery, Dealers in Manufacturers' Supplies of every do. ' scriptlon. Oak Tanned Leather Belting, AND j MAClllKS ,' CARD T 'CLOlHINGt . Of best Quality and manufacture. 4 25 8mrp ESTABLISHED 1 7 9 5. AJ S. ROBINSON, French Plate Looklng-Classes, ENGRAVINGS rAlSTlXGS, ; DRAWINGS- i EIC j Manufacturer of all kinds of Looking-Glass, Portrait, and Pio ture Frames to Order. No. 910 CHESNUT STREET, THIRD DOCR ABOVE THE CONTINENTAL, t TBirADUFOIA. 816 XTTALT. PAPERS AND WINDOW 8HADE8 VV and Blinds. Fbie sssortment always on band. band. Paper A'so Preventive or Damp wansui uwvuums. Uaugsri sent to au paru or uie bttrtos, I Vt 17trp Ko. IIS IT. rOCBTn Btreet, abova Arch. WALL PAPER AND WINDOW SHADES. 8. F. B A1DBK8TON ft HON, 1 12 iH F . M bKUiO WAJUi bUet, .n - INSURANCE COMPANIES jASlI CAPITAL, $200,000. THE UNITED' 8TATE3 ACCIDENT INSUR ANCE CUSirANY, Oi Syracuse, Ketr lork, Insures' against v ! DEaTU FROM EVERY CAUSE, Whether ACrlDF.WT, CHOLF.R., or DIIEK of an kind, with weekly compemNulon tor D18ADIL1 1'Y Irom ACClDtstT, .. . . . ' t a COlBI"FDPOt-I"TF.H FROMO'SF.TOriV''" TFAR AtClDENl POLICIES FROM ONE JiOilH TO YKaRS. MO MtLICAL RXAMINATIOM RFQUIKED FOB AOC1DEJSX LNbO RAlsCaV. This Is (he only Comtany authnrlserl to Issue COM B1MED LIFE and ACuIDKMl' POLICIES). JB view ot tlia pro 'ability ol the visitation of Ci OLE HA this sumn.er, tnls opportunity of Insuring agaii.st It tor a brief period, at economical rates, should command the attention ot evert one i while the combi nation ot AC 1D1 NT risk oftered with it enables ihose re-lding In the City, or transacting btisinitss here and returning to tbe country dally, to guard against evory toim of i DISEASE OR CASUALTY. Permits1 Issued for, travel So lienors wanted. to Europe, etc. Aativs WM. A. STEPHENS, General Agent, 11 lm Ko. Ml CHESNUT Street, Philadelphia. RAILROAD LINES TDENNSYLVAN1A CENTRAL RAILROAD. X bUMMER A RKA(EMKN T. The Trains ol tie PeiitisMvanla Central Railroad irava the Depot, at 1 hir t -first and Market streets, Khirh Is reached bv the cars ol the Market Hirpet Phm. cnger Hallway, running to and from the Depot, Tbe last car leaves rioni street anoui w minutes prior to the drnarture of each Tiasn. On Sundays Cara leave Eleven h and Market streets mtustes telore jne uepanure ot t at n trains. Mann's liaggage rxpresa win lai ior ami (lelt.er HauLnue at iiib lienor, urrters let' at the otlli n ni (tol t besnut street, will receive attention. TBAllft LKAVB OKfOT. VIZ. : Mall Train . ..tt 8-fll) A. M Day Express , at 10-00 '.at II -00 at 12 00 M. V aotl Accommouatlon. o. I , Fast Line and Erie Express pi airisburg Accommuuatlon Lanraster Aeconiinoda'lon l'aoll s ccommodatton No. 2 HtttbHri.b am' r rl Mat 1 Paoll Accommodation, No 1 Philadelphia I- xnieesr , TRAJNB ABH1VB AT DBFOT, Cincinnati Expresst Philadelphia Expresst Paoll Accommodation, No. 1 olumbla Train at 2 30 P. M ......at 4 00 at 5-00 ....... at orjo at 10 U0 " at U 10 vta. t at rifti A. n at 710 ' at 8 in at O W " at 12 411 P. U at 1 10 at tlo " at 5 50 , at 1IW " at 9-40 " Lancaster I rain Fast Line , Paoll Accommodation, No. 2 Day Express Paoll Accommodation, o. 3. tiawsnurg Accouiuiouation. 1'Hl y. excent Haiurduv. tDailv. t Lutiy. except Mnndav. All nthrp I mini ilftllv. oiount MnndAV. Running through. from Philadelphia to Pittsburgh and Erie wltbout change ot cars. Hnntlai Accommodaiioi Tiains for Paoll and lntcrme d ule stations leave fhllate.pbla at 9'0U A- M am 7 00 P. M., rctdrnlng leave l'aoll at 0 50 . M. and 4-50 P. M. - TH KKI OfEICE Is located at Ko.6?l Chesnut street where Tickets to all Important points mav be procured and tall lutorma tion givn hy JOHN C ALLKN. Ticket Agent. AlroatThiny-flrst and Market streets, on applica tion to THOMAS H. PAREE. Tieket Agent at tho Depot. An Emigrant Train runs dallv (except Sunday). For full particulars as to lore and accommodations, apply to FRNC1H FUNK, Ko. 137 DOCK Street. The Pennsylvania Railroad Company will not assume any risk tor Baggage except lor wearing Apparei, and limit their responsibility to One Hundred Dollars In value. All Baugage exceeding that amount in value win be at the risk of the owner, unless taken by special contract ; i 12 PROPOSALS. ALE OF GOVERNMENT LUMBER. CjlF.F QUARTEBM ASTER'S OFFICB. DKPOT OF WABHINUTOir. 'WASHiHOTOir, D C, May 81, 186B. inn uuers reccivea under tue advertisement ol Mir 8 beinir considered less iban the real va ue ot tba material, were not accepted, aud sealed f roposala ere apain invited until JHDKSDAY, June 21, 1808, atl2o'olockM., ior tho purchase of 843,000 loot of Government Lumber, of tbe following sizes and descriptions, Viz. : . 18.0C0 feet lj-inch Oak. 300 000 feet 2-incli Oak. . . H0 000 leet 2 incli Oak. . . 129,000 lert8 nob Oak. 10.COO feet 8-incli Oak. 73 000 leet 4-iuch uak. 10.000 feet 6-incU Oak. 10 000 teet 2-inch Uickorv. 6 600 teet8-iDch H'ckoty. 14.IXK) feet 4-itioh Hickory. 89,000 feet l-lnch Ash. 74 000 leet 2-mch AsU. 86.000 leet 8-inch Ash. 00,000 leet 4 inch Ash. 20 000 teet 6-iucB Ash. 8 600 leei 3-inch line. 84,800 Icet7-inch Pine. . 87 010 leet 1- uch Pine. 25 000 leet l-lnch Poplar. u 13 000 teet l-inch PoDlar. Tbe attention ol wagon and carriage-makers is ca led to this" ale, as tho above is a very superior lot of well-seasoned Lumber, suitable for manutaotann Purposes. ' Jt can be seen bv applying to Brevet ripadicr(iencral C. H. TOMPKINS, Quartermaster in cliurse at Liucoln Depot, about one mile east ol the Capitol. Bins will be received for the purchase of ten thou sand feet and upward. The tmiiers stned reserves tnricht tt reject all the bids should thoy be con sidered too low. l'avment(in Uovernment funds) will bereqnired upon notification of acceptance oi bid and prior to tbe delivery of the Lunber, which must be re moved within fifteen days alter the proposal is ac cepted, u Proposals should be signed bv the bidder's full name, and five his post-ofhee address, plainly in. dorscd, "Proposals tor the Purchase ot Lumber,' and directed to D H. EUCKER, Brevet Major-lien., and Chief Quartermasier, 6117t i Depot of V awhlngton, D. C. NATIONAL. . MILITARY ASYLUM. Tbe Clampers of tbe National Asylum lor dis charged volunteer soldiers, authorized by Act ol Cob press, approved March 21, ltk6, ask proposals tor sues lor Asylums by donation or sale. The pre mises mu-t be situate in one of the loyal States, con tain at least 200 acres ot land and be in a healthy location, and easy ot access by railroad or otherwise. It Is the pprpose oi the uianaper to erect, without do av, extensive and permanent buiidiuirs for said Arylums, and its establishment will be largely ad vantageous to any auction or ranruad in tho vicinity of its location. Plans, specifications, and estimates for Asylum builuinirs, Including detached cottages, are also akd lor the approval ot the Board. Liberal compensa tion will be given for the successful plan. Propota's, plans, specitlcatlous and estimates the first named to bn in writing, containing plot and de scription ot grounds and terms and conditions of transfer must be sent to Msjor-Ueneral B. F, BUT LEli, at Lowell, Mas!, on or belore the 20th day of June, 1800, BEN J F. HUlLKH. ! . President Board ol Managers, Ltwis B. Gdbckel. Secretary. 1 apors entitled to publirh the laws ot the United States are reaped tully requested to publish this ibree (8) weeks prior to tne 20th of June, 1806. and send their bill, with eopy of notice, as above di. lecitaV' 6 8118t J3. WILLIAMS, No 16 TTorth S JXTH Street UAKlU'ACiUftUi O-' ViUNKTlAiv. tti.lNlJS. WINDOW SHADED Tbe largest and finest assortment in the city at tlis lowest prices. . .. fttlmrp HI QUE SHAPES MADE AST) LKTTEKKD. i Q. R E E N r E ASr : - GBIEN CORK, y .'J.:. 1 ,. : FBESH PEACHES, f j i IKKSH TQMAtOES, ?LUM3., ." , ", AIjBERT a. KOBEliTS ' , . .r DEALER JN FINE GROCERIES, ' 38 4p Cor. ELEVENTH and VINE Streeti. HREE GENERAL AGENTS WANTED TO act In Important locations forth Sew York Acci dental Insurance Company. Active men ol (rood address, spiilv to KHA1K O. ALLKN, Bratufc Olllce, o. 410 lU3NUT8Uet. AnlJ soon, lli GOVERNMENT SALES. LABOR SALE Or QUARTEKUASTKR'3 AaoiPTArrr Qt7TTtMAriTXB' Orncn, 1 ' ' w ,. a. 1'IIH-APalHI DtPOT, ,HM 18. 18. f Will U toid at Pubilo Atiotion at the Vmho4 ritatei tlovernment VYarehouso, U4NOVKK .Stroeit DKLaVYAKG Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa,, M Junezo, n iu o-oiock A K , a iarir lot oi Quartermmstor'a titore, comu-ting in part n.k 120 CORDS OAK AND PINE rTOOI. 0"nd two bona Am-islands. I n Stands, rabies. fciroboaraV ... Table Tops, 'J racks, Bath Tuba, VYbeelbarnwa Stove Lokei, ' . , Water itaoaev . Boards,1 YenvUan.'BlInd, Hncketa, C'roabara, Brushes, assorted, IS twins ior stools, t hairs, Closets, vliitdem, Cauldrons, Canteens, , Tin Cups, Chimney Crooks, (hi Cans, Caiboys, Chests, Cocks, assorted, Soil Containers, Onn-iri Celts, lamps, assorted. Drawers, i rosters. Doors, Su veplpo, lnnij.cis, Desks, Movepipe Elbows, Felling, Kis, a-sorted, Oiates, longa, assorted, Valves, assorted, Armv and Eaprosa wa gons. Sash WeighU, Tiestlna, Brooms, assorted Shoeing Bozea, Iron Bars, aires, w wnnlipa. iiuiri. . Hor-eQianketa, Ioa B0Xu, Metal lisju I, Boa ta. Copper Bu, Basius, ' Oram Mtks, '' Boilers, aisoited Hose Oi uplluga, Oas Burnnra. Curry Combs, HalterCbalna, v Wavou Covets, x Drums, Water Casks, Iron Male-, tland t:uB, Horse Cards. 1 Korks sorted, 'Portable Forcea. Wagon and Ambulance Furnaces, Harness, a fiuages, assorted, I Hope Ha trs, fecn-w Drlvors, Coal Hods, Casea ot 1'igeon Iloles, Com Uose, hoes, assortod ! ' v ire no-o, Leather Hose, Hachcts, I.um: er. Hammers, assorted, ttoiap Iron, Boiler lion, (jalvantzed Iron, W rouuht Iron, Door Knobs, Putty Knives, Ladders, Litters, Locks, assorted, Lcvere, CoHee Mills, : 1'iuoeis, assorted, Clue 1'ots, Stovepipe, 1 aitit I'ota, Hose Rtels, St'.vep;pe Rests C lothes Racks, liBsns, assorted, Ma lets, iieaeores Camp Kelt lot, Lanterns, Lath. Picks and Handles, fans, amorta Gangway Plank, Puuohtw, asaorted. Pokers, Galvanized Pipe, , bieara P.pe, Gas Pipe, Pumps, assorted, Llghtninf-rod Points, Copying Press, Iron Plates, Leaa Pipo, Hope, Cllics Stoves, Iron Raiiinir. Jiakts, assorted, Wagon and Uitlinjr dies, Heating Stoves, Mools, Shelves, Scrap rs, Bed Rests, Coal boreens. Cooking Stoves, Sli.ks, b-npports, Screws, Snort Is, assorted i Spades, Sad- epoon. a-sotted. Grindstonos, Horo Bhooe, 'Stooks and Die, i Sockets, I Cau king Tools, i Tank g, I Dumb Waiters, Zinc i Knives and Forks, Ochre, Gas Pondants, orgee, Plow and Bits, Gas Fixtures. sjedgts, bDutters. And a targe lot of mlseeilaneois stores. For full particulars, as regards quantity, ets., we catalogues, which may be bad on application. aA this ofllce. . Sale will be continued from day to day, until ail tbe Mores aie sold. Bales will be made In quantities to suit pur Terms Cash, in Government iunds. By older of Brevet Brig.-Gen. GEO. H. CROSMAN, AnBiBtant Quartermaster wenerai U 8 A. 6l310t UtNRY BO iff MAN, Brevet MaJ. and Assist. Quartermaster. Gr OVEENMENT SALE. Philadblfbia. Pa . June 15. 13vt. , AUCTION I AUCTION I Will be sold, at tbe Unned Stares Commissary Warehouse, ner corner ot &JXTLUNI U auu CAL I.OWHliL Streots, commencing at 10 o'olock A. M., June 21, 1860, the following; Commissary Pro yi-i it , ti. ; 8 Omce stoves. 23 frimblots, 4 Whetstones, 2 Hammers, 1 Piano, 1 Bit, 1 Sorow Drivers, 1 Brace, 1 Drawing Knire, 1 box 8craper, 12 shovels, 2 Head Kaisers, 6 Vises, , 20 teet Stove Pipe, 2 41,1 LOWS, 2 Coal Scuttles, 7 Pokers, 7 Desks, 2 t ables, 2 Cbairs, 8 dates (iron), 7 Platlorm caIe9, 6 Counter Scales, 14 Conimi8arv Chests, 13 eipnng Balanoes, 41 Llquidjfceasures, 18 Dry Menbuies, 82 Faucets, 211-nuuels, v It) Moianses Gates, 26 gocops, 14 Cieavers, 21 Hatches, 16 Meat Haws. 16 Meat Hooks, 66 Bu chtr Knives, 18 Butoiict Steels, 17-1 ap Borers, J 6 Punches, i 8 Drivers. . 6 Bung Starten. 2 bung screws, 6 Adzes, 466 pounds Nails, 2 pounds Rivets, 2 Double Locks, 2 ttingie Locks, 1 Cam Hook, 2 Wheelbarrows, lSkid, 21, Dust Brushes. The atove property can be examined at any tlma Tirevions lo. or on the dav ol anie. Aftr nnrnnvui they must be first paid tor, and then removed at the expense of tbe purchaser, and wltaiu fire days (rem the day ot sale. ' The lion Safos are nenrly new, fire-proof, Iarg size, of Farrel tt Herring's patent, and well wortb the attention ol persons in need pi these articles. Mocbecks taken. 1 be right is reserved to reject any bid deemed too low. i ' C. L. KILBUBN, 616 4t i Brevet Brigadier-General A. C. G, S. A S.NISTANT QUARTERM ASTER'S OFFICE, NO. IS OTATK bTBKET, A'SW YORK CrTT, I June 9. 1866. Tn pursuance of orders of tbe War DeDartment. I will sell at Pubho Auction, at 10 o'olock, on WKD N KSDA I , the 20th dav oi June, 1806, at the Depot Camp, Trenton, New Jersey, a quantity of Quarter master's Stores and Camp and Garrison Equipage, no longer required, as follows, viz : Horns, Hatchets. Army Wagons, (Spring Wairons, Ofllce Dotk, Tables, i Cbairs, i Moves, ! Stove Pipe, Ranpcs, Leather Water Buckets, Wooden Pails, Carpenter' Tools, Kpadea, i Shovels, 1 Coal Hods, Harness, i Axes, 1 . . Whitewash Brushes, Iron Bedsteads. Benches, 'Paulina, Oluoe Chairs, Cases of Pi eon Holes, Fairbanks' Scales, iMess Tab e, Ollioe Tables, Trucks. I Grain Bags, etc, etc. uapa. ITrowse', Cos .g -4.1 Also, 89 uords. tHLii-.t' wou,i-u boo tees ot , .j --uiufr, in gooa order. 1 he ar;,oles are in large quantities, and Of many Tarries. Most oi them are serviceable. Terms ot bale Cash, on rendition ol accounts. or particular miormation in regard to tbe nature I and kind Ot material and articles, and their situ. lion, and eondit'on, application should be made to Air. lieorv J. sioiooniD, Agent at tne Quarter master's Office, in irenton, or to the undersigned. The Government reserves tbe right of declining ail bids coi sidered unItur,or disadvantageous, . By order of Brev MaJ -Gen. STCAET VAN VLIET, Chief Quartermaster Department of the Vast, j ' K E. MORcjAN, 6 11 8t Brevet Major and A Q. M. s ALR jQF. GOVERNMENT bTEAM-IVO. Absistakt Ocabtxrm aster's nmenc. ' t uijl. a xJCiUT, June o- r ' Will he sold at Public Auction, at HACK A MAXON Btreet WUarl, f biladeiphla, Penua., on MONDAY, June 26, 1866, at 10 o'clock A. M., the United" states f r-t . BTEAM-TUG "MONiTOR." - ', ' Tonnac 104 6-1)6 tons lenath, 80 6 10 foet ; breadth. ...... . , r, 1 ul!A I 18 H0 leet; depth, 7 7-10 feet. i Tbe lug is now lying at Bbackaoiaxon street wharf, where she can be examined. Terms Cash, In Uovernment funds. By eider of BievetBrlg.-Gen. GEO. H. CROSMAN, Assistant Quarterma9tor-General II. S A. 613 lOt HENRY BwWMAV, Brevet MaJ and assis'. Quartertmviter.