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THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, JULY 10, 18GG.
THE NEW YORK PRESS.
EDITORIAL OPINIONS OF TUB LEADING
JOURNALS UPON CURUBNT TOPICS.
COMPILED ETKKT DAT FOR EVEKISO TM.FORAPM.
Tbe South and its Opportunity.
From the Times.
The Southern press In almost unanlraou In lbs
approval of tbe call for the Philadelphia Con
Tentlon. And, as a rule, tho grounds upon
which approval Is given are toinpprate and just.
There are some notable exceptions, whose
expressions of opinion augur not well lor either
section. Such are they who urge the 8outh to
refuse all concession, to asseit Its sovereign
riphts In their entirety, and to submit to a con
tinued exclusion Iroin Onansi ratner than do
aught which mav look lite humiliation. The
utterances of these journals are coined In the
mint that lummhed the ideas of tbe speech
recently delivered by Mr. Alexander II. H.
Hiuart In Virginia, and tbere can be no doubt
that they reflect tie views of a considerable por
tion ot the Southern people. In other instances,
however, a very dihYrent tone is discernlole.
The people are counselled to accept the results
ot the war without equivocation or reservation;
to submit to the necessities ot the situation
-with a pood grace, it not with chcertulness; and
to co-operate with tbo conservative men in the
Js'orth in orcani.in? a Union party upon a basis
that t-ball commeud itself to the culm judcinent
ot the country North and ttoiith.
The importance of prudent action on the prt
of tne South m its pfsent critical condition can
hardly be overstated. The approaching Con
vention is the lirdt opportunity it his had since
the war ot placinc itself right with the North,
and much, very much, is dependent upon the
manner in which it tihall bvail use If of the
chances presented. The Southern people have
no need to be reminded ot tho imputations pre
ferred against them, and of the purposes to
whicu these imputations are turned, as excises
for the radical policy of exclusion and retribu
tive puni-bment. They are chareed with dis
loyalty, and the elevation of prominent Hobels
to posts of bonor and emolument is pointed at
as proof of unfitness tor the full privileges of citi
zen ah i p. They are a mailed as persec utors o I Unio n
men, a; animated by the old pro-slavery spirit
towards the negroe, as inimical to tbe princi
ple of Federal supremacy established by the
war, and as averse even to the most nioierata
conditions which the North may impose as
penalties of the .Rebellion. Every" one wno has
waiched the lint of areumpnt pursued by the
champions of tbe ex'reme radical policy
knows the service which these allegations, and
others of a like import, have rendered in the dis
cussion of the reconstruction question. And it
must be admitted that tbe speech of Mr. Stuart,
and the course of a few influential Southern
newspapers, invent them with a certain deeree
ot plausibility. We have never acquiesced In
the lustice of these mputations, as aeaint the
great body of the Southern people. Admitting,
as of necessity we must, the occurrence of many
things to be deplored, and the error of judgment
'which has prompted tbe selection of well-known
Hebels as incumbents of office, we have contended
that these cases were but exceptional, and that
the Southern people, as a whole, are prepared in
good taith to abide by the issue of tbe cou
Jiict they evoked. Tbe reports ot distinguished
Government otlicinls and of our own correspon
dents have seemed to us conclusive upon this
?ioint. Hut tbe advocates of the subjugation
heory, and the opponents of measures looking
to the restoration of the South to Us lull consti
tutional privileges in the Union, have persisted
in tbe opposite interpretation of Southern feel
ing and opinion. They have refused to admit
the South to Congress because (thev have said)
the South is too disloyal to be admitted. They
have rejected measures ot conciliation because
(according to them) the South is not prepared
to appreciate a conciliatory course. They have
Insisted upon arbitrary conditions precedent
becauee, iu their Judgment, the Houth may not
be trusted without "some restraint upon its
action.
The South has; for the first time, a fair oppor
tunity of disposing oi these allegations, and of
the policy which rests upon them. Its course
3n regard to tbe Convention will confirm or dis
prove them. It has the power in its own hands,
and the position it will hereaf:er occupy in re
lation to the Union will be satisfuct ry or un
satisfactoryharmonious or sectional cordial
or unpleasant according as it may now reveal
the spirit by which it is animated, and the ob
ject at which it aims. If it selects its delegates
to the Convention from tbe ranks ot those who
have been known as fire-eaters, and with a view
to the advocacy in behalf of ihe South of the ex
treme opinions with which that body of politi
cians has been identified; If it reiterate dogmas
which the war has exploded, and refuse to
recognize, or recognize grudtringly, the conclu
sions logically resulting Irom the war; it it
epurntho Lotion of concession, resent com pro
jnise as humiliation, and denounce tbe new
order of things, af ter the manner of Mr. Stuart,
then, plainly, the utility of the Convention will
he impaired, the tougues of conservative Repub
licans will be silenced, and tbe outside radicals
will exult as over an important victory. And
victory it will be for them. Their case will have
been proved out of the momh3 of Southern
witnesses, and the radical policv will bo more
aggressive, more arbitrary, more intolerant than
ever.
On the other hand, the choice of wise, mode
rate, conciliatory, and national men as dele-
fates representing tho South, will in every sense
e beneficial. The immediute effect unbn the
Convention will of course be good. The con
servative men of the North will tiud themselves
worthily associated, and their hands propor
tionately strengthened. The harmony of the
fathering will be assured, and its proceedings,
howsoever they eventuate, will put down cavil,
and command tho confidence ot tho patriotic
everywhere. But apa:t from the Convention
ine oouin win gain greatly oy tne course we
recommend. It will crush out'what we believe
lo be the slanders from which it sutlers. It will
demonstrate the oneness of Its purpose in com
mon with tne JNortn. and the readiness ot its
?eople to co-operate cordially in tbe efforts for
he restoration of the Union in the spirit of its
fathers. It will show that there is no necessity
for the rigorous discipline which the radicals
have prescribed, or for the restrictions with
which it has been threatened. And its choice
of prudent and patriotic men as delegates will
be tbe best nossibl? evidence of its fituess to be
entrusted with the privilege of representation
an congress.
Such an opportunity, once lost, mav not
speedily recur. Let us hope that it will not be
neglected.
The Party Crisis in England-Lord Derby
Charged with tne Formation of a New
Ministry,
From the Times,
Tbe suspense in regard to the party crisU in
England is, in part, relieved by the news which
we published yesterday. The Queen, unable
lo Induce her Liberal Ministers to throw retorm
for the time on the shelf, and retain their port
folios, unwilling at the same time to dissolve
Parliament in the present unsettled state of
continental affairs, has Bent for Lord Derby,
and entrusted him with the lormation ef a new
Ministry. Tho task will be found a difficult
one; it will be found altogether impossible.
vnleEg Lord Derby has the hope of being able to
form a coalition. The deserters from the Whig
ranks, to whom Lord Russell owes hl rift
Include certain names which would be of great
use to the Tory chief If he can win them fairly
dim iu u'.b Biae ai viiia li ihim. cowe ana liars-
man, ana uicbo ana iiaing. would be great
accessions to a Tory and Conservative Whig
Cabinet. But some of these would run a neriou
risk of losing their seats in taking office under
jord Derby. The London 'J imes, however, Is
eager to prepare the public mind for some tort
of composite government; mentioning only the
leading Teries who are to have prominent scats
in the new Cabinet. Aniorg these an Mr.
Disraeli, Lord Cranbourne, Sir Bulwer Lytton,
and Sir Ilneb Cairns.
lbe Foreign Office Is one of the chief sources
Of trouble to Lord Derby. Lord Malmcsbury's
lncompetci.ee is too glaring to permit of tne
revival of bis nam in connection with that
office. Lord Mauley is, therefore, already thrust
liito the foreground a the coming Forourn Min
ister, and the Tory oraain are loud in his praise
as the fittest man for the position.
The Queen is known to favor coalitions. Lord
Aberdeen was tho especial choico of the Court
thirteen years ago, because he was available as
the head ot a comoosite government. The short
lcasp of power subsequently euioyed hj Lord
Derby probably saw the last of a purely party
Government iu England. Palmerston's Ministry
was more or less of a coalition, as was also I ho
Ministry (tist defeated. Now, the Tory leader
will have a chance of trying his hand in the
same line of business. If he tails, the failure
wiU bo exceedingly humiliating, and, indeed,
dicastrous to his tntiire Influence. If he suc
ceeds In getting a Cabinet to stick together, he
may keep his friends In rtowerlor a considerable
time, and postpone indefinitely tbo question of
parliamentary reform.
The War
Fought
in Italy The Opening Battle
in the Heart of the Qaadri-
lateral.
From the Herald.
The war in Italy has keen begun by an im
portant engagement, fought on the anniversary
of tho battle ot Solferino, by the centre of tbe
Italian army against tho concentrated forces of
Austria, in the vory heart of tbe Quadrilateral.
The vigor of Frederick Cb tries in Saxony has
bun equalled by Victor Emanuel in Venetla;
and we now have the two wars in Europe fairly
inaugurated.
Former news from Italy brought us intelli
gence of the declaration of war by Victor
timanuel and the Issuance of three day.' notice
that be sbould commence hostilities on Juno 23.
At that time Victor Emuuuel was with tbe centre
of his army on the Mincio, facing 'thu hisioric
square' his headquarters being at or near Sol
ftrino. General Cull Inn, commanding tbe right
wing, was on the river Po, with quarters at
Ferrara, and so disposed as to threaten Padua
and the rear of the fortresses ot Vcroca, Leg
na;o. Petchiera, and Mantua, which lonu trie
Quadrilateral. Garibaldi, commanding the
volunteers which lorni the left wiug of the
Italian army, was at Coiuo, with orders to move
to the left 61 tho defeuses of t:ie Quadrilateral.
The navy, under Admiral Pereuno, left the Gulf
of Taiauto tor the Adriatic on the 211 ot June,
and is doubtless now ready to co-operate in tbe
movements ot t'laldini.
No sooner had the three days' notice expired
than Victor Emanuel began his operations, aud
with his "army of the Mincio'' crossed that
stream between' Mantua and Peschiera, and ad
vanced upon Villatrauca aud Verotut. Buiore
renching either point, however, he met tbe
Austrian forces hurrying from Veroni to the
defense of the line of the Mincio, and at once
gave them battle near the village of Oustozza.
The engagement lasted the whole day. It is
characterized by both pnrtica as very ."piritcd
and bloody, and a defeat U admitted bv the
Italians. Their last posi ion at Custoza was
carried by assault at 5 o'clock in tbe atturnoon.
The losses on both sides were severe. During
the night of the 24th ultimo, aud on the folio
iig day, Victor Emanuel retreated to the Min
cio, and, recrossing that stream, re-established
himself In his former po:ition.
This battle was evidently fought for an ad
vantage of a strataic character in another quar
ter. Victor Emanuel must have known that in
invading the Quadrilateral he was moving
agninst the concentrated aud superior numoisrs
oi the enemy; and it was doubtless bis plan and
purpose in Cgnting them to keep them thus con.
centrated. If this result was attained, General
Cialdinl was doubtless enabled with a principal
wingot the army to cro-s tne i'o at herrara
unmolested, and to move rapidly upon Rovigj
aud l'adua. The success ot such a movement
would be nt once encouraging and hazardous.
It would place the Italians at Padua directly
between the Quadrilateral and Venice. Coai-
mucation between these two points is of such
vital importance to tbe Austrians that a battle
would be immediately fousht to recover it and
the ground thus lost or threatened. Unless
Cialdiui should be prepared in the numbers and
tbe quality of his men to withstand, nnaided,
tbe assault ol the Auntrians, the movement is
full of hazard, lor it entirely disconnects him
from the other pans of the army. This operation
it such an one lias been made is ot tne most
dangerous and divergent marches, though the
probable co operation of the fleet with the right
wing roos it ot some ot its terrors.
For the details ot this engagement and the
results of these strategic movements we must,
however, await the development ot further
news.
The War in Europe.
From the Tribune.
The first war news from Italy painfully disap
points the fond hopes of the iriends of liberty
aud proeress, who in every country are unani
mous in their profound sympathy with the gal
lant struggle of the Italian people for their
national unity. A great battle has been fought,
on the anniversary of the battle of Solferino,
between the Italians and the Austrians, and,
after a display of desperate and heroic bravery,
which the Austrian Commander-in-CLief cheer
fully recognizes, the Italiaus have met with sig
nal deleat.
Tho battle was fought within the famous
Quadrilateral, between the fortresses ot Pes
chiera and Verona. Contrary to the general
opinion, which expected a movement by the
bulk ot the Dalian army across tne I'o and upon
Venice, aided by an invasion ot tne Tyrol on
tho one bide, and by a landing on tho eastern
shore ot the Adriatic on tao other, tho Italians
have dared to make a direct attack upon the Q jad
rileteral. Tbcir main army, estimated at from
80,000 to 90.000 men. and beimr under the com
mand of the King aud ot General La Marmora,
crossed the Mincio on the 23d of June, at
Golto, above Mantua, without meeti-.ig with any
resistance. The hist corns ot the army was
chareed with nn attack upon the connections of
of the fortresses of Peschiera and Verona, and
In this attack was to he minnm-ted hv rlin '2d and
3d Corps. Tho attack, as most militarv men
would have anticipated and predicted, was un
successful; tho l6t Corps suffered most severely,
and an effort of the two other corps to release
it foiled. The Austrians announce that they
have taken several guns and two thousand
prisoners. Tbey call the battlo by the name of
Custozza. Prince Amadous and General Cerale,
the leader of one of tbe divisions, were wounded.
and uenerai v marey willed, in consequence or
this defeat the Italians have had to recross the
Mincio, and the Austrians have already fol
lowed them upon tho territory of Lombard?.
The deleat at Custozza will, of course, delay
the operations oi the other Italian armies.
General Cialdinl, who was on the point of
becinning hi9 operations across the Po. at the
head ot 00,000 men. will not now expose himself
to the formidable army that tho Austrians could
hurl against him. Tbe movements ot Garibaldi,
who had already made his appearance in the
Alpine passes, will have to wait for another
forward movement of the main army. The Aus
trians, who had occupied the passes ot tbe Stel
vio, leading to the Tyrol aud Lombardy, were
already threatening a movement In tho rear ot
the Italian army, which it was feared might
become a great embarrassment. But tho loss
of men suffered by the Italians appears, after
all. not to be very laree, and their enthusiasm
is as great as ever. Though a serious disaster,
the battle of Custozza will by no means end the
Italian campaign.
From Germany we have no news vet of deci
sive battles; but the Prussians continue to carry
everything before them. We havo the important
announcement that both the Crown Prince aud
the Prince Frederic Charles, who together com
maud un armv ot at least 210,000 men. have ad
vanced into Bohemia. An important battle Is
undoubtedly Imminent. In Northern flcrmanv
the efforts 'of tb Hanoverians to rnnke good
their escape have not beon successful, and
their capitulnliou or capture was hourly ex
pected. Nearly all the Northern States of
Northern Germany have now withdrawn from
the Confederation, and accepted the Prussian
filan ot Federal reform. Prussia has officially
ntlmated thnt ch may annex Hesse-Cassel, and
is enrolling the wholemllitary lorceof Northern
Germany under her supreme command, thus de
priving Austria ot fully one-hall of the Federal
army on whicb she bad relied.
The News from Europe
Irom the World.
The great war against Austria opens with the
battle of Custozza and the defeat of the Italian
army, led by King Victor EmanueL and its re
treat across the Mincio. The King and General
La Marmora employed In the attack upon the
Austrian army under the Archduke Albert,
which was advancing towards the Mincio in
iront of Verona, his 1st, 2J, an I 3d Army Corps
and the reserves. The engaaemcnt was a severe
one, lasting nearly all day, involving severe
losses on both side which neither the Austrian
nor the Italian despatches affect to concetti, as
they do not the final result the capture of 2000
Italian pneoneis and several guns, the taning of
Custozza by assault, and the recrossiug ol tbe
Mincio bv the Italian trcons.
Ot General Ciaidini'a apparently co-operutlvo
movement nine is said, save that be whs pre
paring to cross tho Po, near Ponto Lugocuro.
The defeat of Marmora would seera to necessi
tate a chance in the direction ot his march.
Of Garibaldi's movement since ho reucbed the
Lago di Ganla, our tclcrams give us little that
can be credited. He is said, however, to bo
marching throu&b the Tyrol to Muntch.
Prussia, on tbe other band, has followed up
her first intrepid movements by pressiim forward
into Ausiriau territory lrom Suxonv and Silesia,
e.nccunteiiug as yet but slie.ht opnosition. Her
forces now also face those of Bavaria and Aus
tria, stationed between Uaireuth and Bamberg,
thus "filling up the only sap that still reninmed
in her long line lrom the Oder to tbe unine."
The Prussians to the north, and the Federals to
the south of the Main, maintain their former
positions.
Ol Marshal Bcncdck's movements nothing is
known; but reports come from Prussia that
Hungarian deseiters are crossing over to their
camps in larpa numbers. An engagement in
Bohem'a seems to be speedily inevitable.
The Hanoverian army, completely shut in
and outnumbered by tho Prussian troops, had
capitulated.
Tbe Pri)'?iun alliance has been accepted by
all the Norih German Stales, excepting Hano
ver, Suxcftv, Hesse, and Nassau.
The Mecklenburg and Oldenbuie armies have
been mobilized, and will form a reserve corps in
North Germany. Hesse-Cassel has been swal
lowed up, nnd 'the Elector Eent to live at the
Castle of Stettiu.
Half a score of the smaller States have with
drawn from the Confederation, and the free
, . i-T i. ' t i f . . 1 1 : .. 'I
Litv ui IjUul'ck ueciu uuuiut iui itu niiiuuuu
with Prussia. The Bund, ot course, Is fatally
ruptured.
Franco ai yet has made no signs, nor Uusia.
The taxonia brought us nlso the expected news
of tbe resifcnution ot the Itusell-tiludstone
Ministry.
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SI
11AVIEH BROTHERS,
No. 225 DOCK STREET,
UANK15RS AND BROKERS,
BUT AND SELL
CHI TED 8TATE8 BON DH, lf8)a, S-20s, 10 40.
tJMTED STATES 7 3-10s. ALL ISSUES.
CERTIFICATES OF IDEBT1UEHS.
Slercknilie Paper and Loans on Co laterals negotiated
Stocks Houtlit and Sold on Commission. 1 31 i
Q;ilE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
DAS REMOVED"
DurinK the erection o! the new Bank building,
to 1 17 4p
No. a05 CllESNUT STKEET
5"20 S,F I V E - T W E N T I E S.
73Cs -SEVEN-THIRTIES
WANTED.
BE HAVEN & BROTHER,
1 7 No. 40 S. Thibd Stbbkt.
COAL.
O
N E TRIAL
SK CURES YOUR CUSTOM.
WMTXEY & HAMILTON,
LEHIGH,
SCHUYLKILL,
AND BITUMINOUS
COAL,
Ko. 935 North MMU Street,
Above XoiIar, Kant Side.
62
JAMES O'BRIEN,
DEALER IN
LEHIGH AND SCHUYLKILL COAL
BY TDK C A 1100 OR SINGLE TON.
Yard, Broad Street, below Fitzwater.
BaB constantly on band a compotcnt supply of tbe
atovo superior Coal, sui ablo for family use, to
which be calls the attention of his friend and tbe
public generally.
Orders lelt at o. 205 South Fifth ttroet, No. 32
South boventccnth stroot, or through DoapatcU or
Fost Oilice, promptly attended to.
A 8UTEK10B QUALITY OF BLACKSMITHS
COAL. 7 0$
RENDER'S
COAL AND ICE DEPOT,
8. W. CORNER OF BROAD AJiD CALL0WI1ILL
STREETS,
Offprs the celebrated West Lettish Coal from the
Greenwood Colliery, Move, Kkk. ana beater size. al-&U;
NutatB60. Also, the very superior Hohoylklll Coal,
Irom tbe Reeyesdale Collleiy, Nut size, ti00. All other
sites 7eii
All Coal warranted and taken back free of expense to
the purchaser, h not aa repreaenteu. Auto, tbe Coal for.
teltttt it not lull weight. ltui
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
I1LNT TO TOBACCO CUE WEES
A
WEDDING-CAKE FINE
TOBACCO.
CUT
The only FINE CUT TOBACCO ever manufactured
In Philadelphia.
The I3eet in the Market.
EVERYBODY USES IT.
Manufactured from the Best Leaf.
BOLD EVERYWHERE. It U
Factory, 8. K. corner Broad and Wallaci Streets
Q-EORGE PLOWMAN,.
CAHPENTEIt AND BUILDER,
No. 232 CARTER Street
And No. Ul DOCK Street.
Mac hire WU and Mlllwrlghtlng promptly attend
to IS i
FLAGS, FIREWORKS, &o.
Jf I II E W O R K S I ' '
FIREWORKS!
GREAT CENTRAL DEPOT
For Pyrotechnics of all Kinds,
Satiable for city refill trade, and also a large aaiort
m cm for Private fxhibltlons.
Gentlemen axttlag op pitvate dtfptsys are especially
requested to ca.U
JOSEPH E. SMILiEY,
6 No. 23 South FRONT Street.
SHIRTS, FURNISHING GOODS, it
J.
W. SCOTT & C O.
SHIRT MANUFACTURERS,
ADD DIALERS I
MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
No. 814 CHESNUT Street,
FOUR DOORS BILOW THE "CONTINENTAL,"
g 26 li rj PHILADELPHIA.
PATENT SHOULDER-SEAM
-L.
tSHIRT MANUFACTORY,
AND CKNTLEMfcNS FUKSI8IIIM1 8TOBE.
PERFECT FITTING HBIR18 AND DRAWERS
made lrom measurement at very short notice.
All ctber aatclca of GENTLEMEN'S DRbSS GOODS
In lull variety.
W1NCIIKSTKR & CO.,
8 24;S So. 706 CUESHUT Street
ICE COMPANIES.
TJASTEEN ICE COMPANY. SEASON OF
1 1 j lKHi k ih. rtnllT. CO cents rer eek 1 12 lbs dulli.
7.lctnis per week! lb lb. dally, 90 ceuts per week(20
lbs dally. ! H per week. Depot. No. 241 yu KEN
Street below Third. tuomh j. tiujin,
6 1 J O Hf, . M TKRo.
STOVES, RANGES, ETC.
TJNION OIL STOVES,
A new and complete apparatus lor Cooking and ueating
by I'ctroleum Oil. Our Stoves Khe no smoke or odor,
and are not liable to get out or order, being at simple to
every respect as a Kerosene Lamp. The Raker, Broiler,
and Flat-iron Heater are the only special articles of tur
nlture required. Foi all other putposcs, ordinary stove
lumtturc may be used.
DAVID II. LOSEY,
POLE AGENT FOE PENNSYLVANIA,
Ko. 38 South FIFTH Street.
liberal dueoxmt to thr trade. 4 17 3m ro
nULVER'S NEW PATENT
DEEP bAHD-JOINT
HOT-AIR FURNACE.
RANGES OF AIL, SIZKS.
ALSO. PHIEGAK'8 NEW LOW PRESSUHB
STKAM UATIKx Al'FAEArUS.
VOB 8ALK BY
CHAKLES WILLIAMS,
610 5 ho. 1182 MaKKKX BTKEKT.
THOMPSOJS'S LONDON KITCHENER,
OH ECHO EAN RANOK. tor tamllles. hotels.
or nubile mstltuiious. In TWENTY lMEKKRENT
hl.lH, Alfo i"ni aneipnta nances, uo -air t ur-
races fortanle Heaters, Lowuown urates Firenoard
Htoves.Bati UollerH. ctewhoie Pi ales, llrollern. Coot
lna Htoves etc., wbolesa e ana i-rall, by the manufac
turers CIlAhE, i llAltr tl THUMI'S JH.
S 19 stnthm o. 2W N. SECOND Street
O- A. S Hi I G II T
TOB THE COUNTRY.
FERRIS & CO.'S AUTOMATIC GAS
MACHINES
FOB PRIVATE REPIDENCES, HILLS, HOTELS,
CHURCHES, ETC
FCBKISHIiiQ FROM TEN TO BIX HUNDRED
LIGHTS, AS MAY BE REQUIRED.
This machine Is guaranteed; does not fret ont of orer,
and tbe time to manage it is about live minutes a week.
The simplicity ot this apparatus, its entire freedom
fiom danger, the cbeapress and quality of tbe light over
all othets, has gained lo It the lavorable opinion of
those acquainted lib its merits, ihe names ot those
having used them fcr the last three years will be itlven
by calling at our OFFICE,
No. 103 SOUTH FOURTH STREET,
Where tbe machines can be seeu In operation.
FERRIS A CO., Box 11S1 P. O.
Send for a Pamphlet. 619
EST
ABLISHED 179 5.
A. S. ROBINSON,
French Plate Looking-Glasses,
ESGKAVINGS TAIKTINGS, DRAWINGS ETC
Manufacturer of all kinds of
L,oolcing-C3lass, Portrait, and Pic
ture Frames to Order.
No. 810 CHESNUT STREET,
TBIKD LCOB ABOVE THE CONTINENlAL,
PHllADKLPniA, 8 16 J
J-OBERT SHOEMAKER & CO.,
WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS,
MANUFACTCREIfa,
IMPORTERS,
AND DEALERS IN
Taints, Varnishes, and Oils,
No. 201 NORTH FOURTH STREET
16 lm . Z. COKNIR OF BACK
CAMPHOR TROCHES,.
Jy O L B E -A'
V. pirrho4, Dreotry, aud Cholera llorbua, Jf
Ms aoor, 0. H. HwdiM, DrotM, .6er
utaRaoa8ia,Paua. K$4r .
SADDLES AND HARNESS.
JIIE OLDEST AND LARGEST
SADDLE AND IIAKNESS
BIANUVACTDEINO ESTABLI8I1MENT IN TUB
COUNTttY.
LACKY, B1EEKER & CO
No. 1216 CHESNTJT STREET.
OFFEH OF TUElll OWN M ANUF ACTOKKl
PI GGY BAKKEbB, from .21W to ld '
LiGHT BAUOUCUK do MOO tot
HEAVY do do 75 i t to SOW
EiVRiSS, IIHABS MOUNTED HARNESS tTa to H
AGON l-.D KEI.F-Ar JUSTING 8n) to
BUCK ANDTF.AM do WOO to 6
LADllb' SADDLE, do 11-00 to IM
GENTS do do 8tK) to 7
Bridles, Vountlngs, Bits, Bosctt. Bora Uorara,
Tiiushes, Cco.bs roapa. IllacklDK. Ladies' and Genu
Travailing knri Tourist Baits and Backs, Lunch Basket
Inn is and Mblrt Cases. Trunks and Valise
4tmrp fro. I'-jlC, CllttSIS UT ST.
J-J A 11 N E S S.
ft. LARGE Lor OF NEW U. S. WAGON HAB-
NES-S, 2. 4, and 0 home. Also, parts of HAR
NK8, 8aLDI.ES, COLLARS, HaLIERS, eto ,
be tight at the recent Government sale to be sold
at a ereat sacrifice Who.esaJe or Kotail. Toirotrior
with our usual assortment ot
DDLFhYA ND SADDL ICR Y UARD WJMB.
WILLIAM S. HAN SELL & SONS,
2 1 $ At 111 MARKET Street.
WHISKY, BRANDY, WINE, ETC.
GHESiW'T OttOYE WHISKY.
Ko Kt Korth THIKT) Brreet.
It anvtMna aanted to piuv.-the absolnte notltt
ol tils WlilMi.v. the luhonlnu veititlcaieo aliould dolt
Tbcie la nou cohohc siiniulimt knuuncoinUiiUKjiiigsuct
1'nil.AiiF.i.iHiA, .Septi'u.ber9. la
We hate care nliy UMtu the samp.e oi iIEHN(TI
Gl.OVI WLIlfcKY whuhiou bclUuh, and flnu that it
ci ntuir.r noe ov TLB loit-ohois at uaTANCB known aA
tisiLoiL xtiun ih tne iiiaractermtio and injurious ua
titiiit ntel the Kbixkirs In genera line.
liOOlH, GARRETT CAMAC,
Analytical cheiniBts
KbwTork, Heptemberl 18SH,
I have analyzed a saniplo oi Clu.MJT Oi.oa
Vlilt-KY tiieinU ircm Sir ( barlea Wharton, Jr.,
1 1. iif.i e.iliiH inn l aving corelullv tested it, 1 am
piei hi d to mate that It l entire v riiEC fkoh poihonou
oh dki.i.iki lit b nul.stiinciw It la an unusually par
una ime-havored quaiily ot Ttbibv.
JA11L8 R. t 'HILTON, M. !.,
AuaLvtlcal C henila
l.OBTOK, March 7 IBM
I have made a cheml'at ana'jflsol counncni'alaani
pin oi OiKh.NU'l t.ROVK W tilK V, which provestk
bcln e Ik in tho heavy KuhIi Oils, and prricoily pure an
ui ndul'etaied 'i he line tlavor ot this whisky is derive
uciu the rain Uffii in ujanulucturiug It
hesptctinlly A. A. 11 YKS. M. I)
Mate Assayer, o. 16 Roylston stieet.
'or raie nj narrri.rterpl'onn. orbotUe at No.225"orth
TD1I.I) Street Hhllade.phin. 41
M.
NATHANS
& SONS,
I M
P C) II T E 11 S
BRANDIES, WINES, GINS,
Etc. Etc.
No. 19 North FRONT Street.
riULADELTHlA.
WOPE8 SATHAHS,
llOliACK A. HATRAMR,
OULAMDO D SATUASS.
119m
SHIPPING.
HAAllLL'S i'ASSAliE OFFICE.
ACHOH LIKE GJT SlKAMKiW."
bKRMA." "COLDaRIA.
Calkdoma." "cambium.
' RRlTAMilA," "U.111A.'
Bteam to
L1V a.Rl'OOL LONDONDERRY, BKLFamT, DUBLIS
NEWRlf, t OliK, AD ULaHGOW.
KATKs OF l'A.H.UK
PAYABLE IN l'Al'LK CL taKKNCV.
CABINS 8'JU , $80, and W
fclttUAUE aju
iHt VAlD Or.Kilr ll ATK
isptiod for bringing out passenger uoiu tne abort
puiuts at
i.UWt TUAN ANT OTHER LINE,
Alee, to and lrom
ALL STATIONS ON THR IRISH RAILWAYS.
RFKlTAL NOllCK Passengers will tuke particular
no' ice that the ' Anchor I Ine" la ihe only ilne prantinK
tlnoii(-h ikkcw at the above rates, lrom Philadelphia to
the pointa named above, and Unit the uiidtralnuea la taa
only ii.lv authorised Agent in Hiliaikliiliia
Apply to W. A UaIILL.
Sole Agent for "anpuoh line,"
1 15 i.o. 217 WALNUT Btreet.
fT a. Ri-.GULAR
isrrCroRD. conn.
LINE mil HART
via tne DELAWARE
HAltlTAN CANAL
1 he steamer SKVnhA. captain uiumiov, now loading
at the Second whart below MaRKKT Utreot, Will leave
as above on T11LR8D Y Best. 12th instant
Freight tuken on reanonable terms Apply to
U..U1AJ11 ai. xiAinu & tu Airenu,
7 93t
South WHARVES.
FOR NMV YOHK. PHILADEL.
dciph'n bteam I'roneller ComsanT ln.
buiulLi llll)llrn i.ineB,via itelavture and Karitan Canal,
leavliifi dai y at 12 Jl. and & p. At,, connecting with all
liortlii rn aud Eabtern linea.
lorlreiiiht, which vtbl he tit ken open accommodating
teitns, aiply to VaII.LIAM M. It A I It I it CO.,
3 IB So. IMS DELAWARE venae
ri0 tUllP CAP1AIN8 AND OWNERS. THH
Jl miuerttlgned having leaned the KENSINGiOM
6C RE W I uc K ,ben to In onu hia frit no A and the patron,
01 llie Dock thai he 1 prepared with increaaoo tact tiles
to accommodate thoae having Vfaae s to be rained or
repaired, and heinu a prac leal shlp-carpentor and
caulker, wllglve personal attention to the veaaela en
tiuetea to bin lor repairs
Cartaiiis or Agents, hbip Carpenters, and Machinists
bavluS vessels to repair, are solicited to ealt.
Having ibe agency for the sale of " Wetterstedt'a
Patent Alelallic Composition" 101 Copper Paint for the
pievervation of vesHeV bottoma. for this city, I am pr
paied to mrniah tho .am. on javorabie -erm-
Kens ngton Mcrew Dock,
1 IS DELAWARE Avenue, above t-4 UHEL Htreet
DENTISTRY.
, T THOtsANi G" TEETH EXTRACTED
fitvJJIk without pain - Patent applied for. Mynewiu
NtttCtrT vention. a Uoubie Reveniible Se.f.adjintini
Ha'ety Vaived inhalet lor administering Nitrous Oxide
I Jan. and extracting letth without nalu. The only mode
ti.ut the Gas cun oe poperly ana ralely ailmuiiaterd.
b n i,mDf.j:. Ij. MJ2JN. No 73B PRINCE treet
JILLWARD & "WIN E BR fiNER.
UILLWARD,
D. WINKBKEMKtt.
MACHINERY AND MANUFACTURERS'
SUPPLIES,
o. 118 MABKET Street,
miLADELI UI A, PA,
AGKHT8 rOB TBS 6ALB OF
Cotton and Woollen Macninery,
Dealers In Manufacturers' Supplies of ereiy
do
scriptlon.
Oak Tanned Leather Beltinar,
AND MACniNB CARD CLOTUINCr
Of best Quality and manufacture. 4 26 8mro
M
A R 8 II A L 8
8 A
L
E ,
iiv vlrtna of five writ of sale bv the Hon. JOHW
CADWALADER, Jndge of the Diairl. t Court ei tha
United Sutes ui and lor the Kasiern District of Penn
sy.vaoia, vo me directed, will be sod at publio sale, to
the bigheat and best bidder, tor cah, at the store of
1'0 ELL. f E1GEH A CO., No P21 N. t'RONT tltreet,
on Friday, July au, W6 at 11 o'eloea;.
Barrels o( Whisky.
Also. 1 harre a ot Whisky.
Also. 8 Barrels of Whlaky.
Also, 1 Barrels ot Whisk.
Also, Barrels of Whbiky.
A deposit of ten per oeub will be required to be mad
at the tune of sal P. C, ELLMAKER.
7 5 tbatu6tj V, S. Marshal, E. I), ot l'euus ivaula.
i
bITU Slret, la tho city ot Philadelphia. T 6 thstuil
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