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THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPII. PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, JULY 10, 186G.
OITIr INTELLIGENCE For Additional f ity Intelligence tee Jit(!i Pace. General Sherman in Philadelphia. Idalor-General William T. Sherman reached tbie city ycBtcrdny, and put up at the Conti nental Hotel. In the atternoun, in company with Major-Genera! Meade at.d Mayor McMl cbael, he visited tbe Iron-clads atLtasuo Island, and, alter an inspection of them, returned to tbe city by water, and was landed at (he south p4er ot the Navy Yaid. A corauanv of marines was drawn up in line to lalute the distinguinhed visitor, and uliey were received by the chief officer in command at the yard, amid the roar of cannon on ten receiving ship Prinneton. Neither Gencial hlerman nor General Meado had anything aoout them to denote their rank, both being plainly aulrcd in citizen's drets. They returned to the hotel at an early hour. In the evening the General was entertained at the Union League bouee, and at 11 o'clock be was complimented wiih a serenade. A crowd, lully the whole exteut ot Broad street, was as sembled to receive the General. In repouse to the calls General .Sherman made his appearance on the balcony, and alter the cheering subsided Mayor McMicbacl introduced him to the people. The cheering was continued lor some time after the General commenced his remark, and his introductory senteuces wcr not beard by the reporter, lie was understood to say that he would not detain thcin long, on account of the ruin which was then lulling, lie then continued as follows: "I recrret that I am eompelled.tojraake a hasty visit to jour city. 1 huve long desired to come to Thiladelpbia to spend some days, but have been unable to find the time. Our country w a larec one, and I cannot remain long in one spot It' 1 wlfh to see much ol it. I am going to the Rocky Mountains, and I must not make more than a hnsty visit until a more fitting opportunity occurs. In the meantime, I tbank vou lor coming here to-night. I would much rather you would nee me in the day, and see me at your pleasure, instead of standing, as you do to-night, in the rain. But as you have called upon me, I have come forward, more ut ot respect to you than for any pleasure I lcel in detaining you. I know periectly well that the State of Pennsylvania, and the city of Philadelphia, have in a thousand -ways, not only to battle, but in caring tor ttie soldiers' families, and also in giving a hearty welcome to the soldiers upon their return, done their lull share in restoring and making more perlect that Union formed in 1776. We must battle lor the Union; we must do it if it's to ee done. 1 do not understand how it is to be done, but it becomes part ol our faith to accomplish It as sure as we accomplished tbe end or the war. That is the duty of my life, and it shall be to the end ot my hie to make the Union one and entire. I know it will be done as sure as you are aniembled here to-night. Which of you lour years ago would have said that you would have been here to-nieht in peace and quiet, and with ail the business of the country coing on ? None of you would have dared to assort it. No mau could foresee how it was to bo done, but every man knew that it would be done, and that we would fight until it was done. All the other results will follow just as certain. "Gentlemen, I.lhank you for your kindness in coming to-night, lor I feel it was indeed a kind ness to come in this rain-storm, and 1 regret that I cannot meet you where we could get a little more closely together and be more fr.endly. I hopo this will satisfy vou, lor I intend to give you entire satisfaction. Good night." The General then retired. In response to the calls of the crowd, General Meade came forward and excused blmselt for not making a speech. The people were then admitted to the reading-room of the League House, where General Sherman received them, and gave to ail a hearty shake ot the hand. Guardians of tiik Pooe. A. stated meet ing of the Board ot Guardians was held yesterday afternoon. President Kreiy in the chair. The report of the House Aeent of the census of the Houe, etc., for the week ending Saturday, July 7, 18GG, contains the following: Number in ttie Ilouse at 12 o'clock M., 2817; same time lust year, 2508 increase,''.). Admitted witnin the last two weeks, 1S2; births. 13; deaths, 39; dis charged, 112; eloped, 67; indentured, 2; granted lodgings, 62; eranted meals, 146. Total males, llfcu: do. iemales, 1007. Total malc3and females in tne same department, less assistants, f90. The report of the Hoard of Visitors for the month ot June was aleo submitted. It shows tin whole number receiving out-door reliei to bo 1470, of which 31'J were Americans, 421 loreieners, 730 children. The total expenditure lor the month is put down at $8b7'47. The Out-door Aent reported having collected for btipport cusps $46908. The Sreward reported the house receipts as $18. A communication was read from D. Walton Stewart, M. D., rebigninsr his position as a resi dent physician ol the West Philadelphia Hospital, by reason of ill health. The resignation was accepted. An application tor the vacant posi tion was received lrom Dr. Orris, and referred. The Committee on Sewerage reported that the main sewer had been thoroughly repaired. Thry recommended the erection ol two build ings to supply the places of the present water closets. All the money necessary to make the proposed alterations was then appropriated. Messrs. Whitall, Server, and Field were ap nointed a committee to receive proposals tor iurni6bing the House, during the coming win ter, with beet, mutton, and veal. The standing committees ot the next year were then an nnnnced bv the President. The usual requisitions were granted, after which the Board adjourned. Philadelphia Water Wobks. The fdiinwin? Ktatemont shows toe amount of water pumped during the month of June, by all the works in the city: Gallons of Average A o. Wnrlet. water tmmped. aal. per Falrmouut 762,987,876 25,099 679 sr-h.ivlki 1 9J.9'iO,M) 8,332,021 Deiawa e 142K26 810 . 4 704,108 Twtntv-tourtu Ward.. 61,898 010 1 718,'W Gerniantown 15,898.020 629 077 1,062,669,856 85 638 137 The following shows the amount of water pumped at the different works on Saturday last: ualiont lairmonnt Works 28,491.997 hchujlkjll VVorkB a.tKMWKj i Delaware Works 6,279 0l)0 Iweniy-iourtu Ward Works 2,592,000 40,055 917 Gormantown 650 000 411,705,917 Amount of water drawn from reservoirs on Saturday.: Cations. Fairtnount 1,600.000 Corinthian avenue a 000, OK) Opiintr Garden 1 .000,000 Kensington 1 00J 000 6,700,000 Making a total of 40,405,917, being an average of 62 gallons per inhabitant. Funerals. The remains of the late Ed ward G. Webb were yesterday afternoon com mitted to tbe dust. Though a storm was commg on, the concourse of mourners was very large, and tbe funeral was among the Urgent piivate gatherings ou the occasion ot an interment that hus been assembled in this city for a long time. At the same hour, in a different quarter of the city, was solemnized the funeral ot John Doane Tindall. young man of but three and-tweuty years, who, on the night of the great coal oil fire at Uinta and Washington streets, rescued, at the peril of his own lite, the lite ot a female who was enveloped la name. He died from consumption, and it ia believed that, tbe seeds of tha tatal disease were implanted on that dreadful night He was a member of the Moya mensing Hose Company, by which, and . by Apollo Encampment, iio. 38, I. O. ot 0. r, in addition to a large concourse of friends, his Xuneral was attended. i PmtpENTATiofl .-We learn that, on a re cent tvening, James Freeborn, Esq., member of the Btate Legislature, was the reciplont of a vry superior gold watch, ai a testimonial ot respect entertained for him for his manl and eflicient dischaice of his duty as a legislator. Mr. Freeborn, in receiving the hnnd-ome pre sent, replied briefly and modestly, assuring the company present that should he again be elected to the Assembly, he would continue to discharge hi duty to the city ol Philadelphia and the Slate of Pennsylvania with renewed energy, strength ened by two years' experience, and a grateful remembrance of tbe kindness of his friends. Letters were received Iron the Hon. William D. Keller and Hon. Oharle O'Neill, regretting tnclr inability to be present on tbe interesting occasion. Lazaretto and Quarantine. Durlna the past year, according to the report of tb Board of Ileaitn lust Ismed. there was but one patient treated at the Lazaretto Hospital. Be yond i lew hour required for venttlatbn. cleanslne, and observation, there was no vessel uciatuea at tbe station, and the Port rnvsician was not compelled to send any vessels pack to Quarantine lor discharge of cargo in conse quence of disease. The following vessels and loreign passengers were examined and inspected by the ollicer?: United States vessels, 59; steam ers, 17; ship, 37: basques, 128; brigs, 286; schoon ers, 198; passengers, 1694. Butter Swindlers. Tbe enforcement of the law in reference to selling lumps of butter at a lefs welerht than a pound has not u yet trightened all the butter thieves lrom our mar kets. Every device is resorted to by a number ol those who sell butter, to escape tlie vigilance cf the Clerks of Markets, but without avail in many cases. Last week, one hundred and thirty six lumps, all licht weicht. were seize.1 and lorleited. Trot at Suffolk Park. There was a lartre attendance yesterday, at the Suffolk Park, to witness a trot between the celebiate'd horses G. M. Patchen, Jr., of California, and Dexter, ol New York. Tbe race was mile heats, best in 6, in harness, lor a purse of $2000. Dexter won the race in three straight heats, making the fol lowing excellent time: 1st heat, 2 20A; 2d heat, 225; 3d heat, 223. There was a large number of persons lrom New York and other cities to witness the contest. Sad Accident. Robert Stemens, four years old, was run over yesterday alternoon by a loaded cart, the wheel passing over bis head and killing him instantly. Tbe parents ot the child reside at No 17G4 Fitler street. The Coro ner was sent lor to hold an inquest on the body. Fines and Penalties. The followinz named Committing Magistrates are the only ones that have paid to the City Treasurer tines and penalties received tor the montn ot June l ewis Godbou. $47: John Clouds. $42: J. R. Massey, $42 making a total of $131. Vaccinated. During: the past year the physicians aoDointed by the Board of Health vaccinated 6if2 persons gratuitously, in the varinn districts of the citv. This is an increase ot 1843 cases, as compared with 18C4. Body Recovered. The body of William Valentine, who was drowned on Sunday, was recovered yesterday, and removed to the south east corner of Tenth and Poplar streets. Fire. A. Are broke out yesterday afternoon in the storeroom of the Taekawanua Print Works, Twenty-third Ward. From two to three hundred dollars damage was done. Market Rents. The Commissioner of Markets is now engaged in collecting reuts lor market stalls, fulling due on the tirt of July. WATCHES, JEWELRY ETC. (DUX. JUVJiW V V li f f k XJ Vi Jt 4ve) WATCHES, JEWELRY MLVT.it W.IKE, . WATCHE3 and JEWELUT HSPAISED. Chestnut SUP1. Owing to ti e decline ut Gold, has made a great re ductlon In price of his large and well aborted atock o Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, Silverware, Etc. Tbe public are respectful); Invited to call and examine cur Mock before purchasing e.sewbere. 2 25 SILVER AND PLATED GOODS, op tcie ISost Superior Workmanship, AT THE NEW STORE, No. 704 ARCH STREET. The undersigned (lata Of tho famous Rogers Broa Manufacturing Company) respect1 oily announce tha tbey Lave opened a new and Deuutllm store lor tbe sa e ot SJLVrK and ILATKUWAKK, at No 704 ARCH (street. Our long experience aa manuiacturera wil enable ua to kei p nothing but flm-claaa Oooda. and tboe wbo may patronize our aiorewiU find ourpUted poodB far aupeilor to any ever Imported, and our cus tomer! iray rely on tbe gooda being precisely wbat tby are reprebeuted to be. S 2tS BOWMAN A LEONARD. O. RUSSELL & CO., No. 23 North SIXTH St., INVITE ATTENTION TO THEIR FULL STOCK. Ot FANCY AND PLAIN SILVER WARE, Of tbe Finest Quality. 5 36) RICH JEWELRY JOHN BRENNAN, SEALEB lit DIAMONDS, FINE WATCHES, JEWELRY Etc. Etc. Etc 20J No. 18 S. EIGHTH S1KET, Fhilada. TRUSSES, SUPPORTERS, ETC. PHILADELPHIA 8UROEONS' i5 BAN DAG. INSTITUTE). No. 14 N. MliTH street, above Market. li. O. EVKKETT. afte: thirty veara' practical experience. guarantee the akiliul adiu.ttneui ol bla Premium Taient t.raduatln l revauie True, and a variety ol otbera Hujiportera. Klaatin 8tocklntr, hbou'oer Brace, Crutchee. fiuaiienaorlea, eta. Ladle' apartment con ducted by a Lady. !na7PufUct Books, l! yaV'lS' FortfBjiotinales, g H'v fgS Clsar Owes, fe 3 fh j i i Vortfolios, ?S V lh n i D'bwB Cases, 1 k JWcJ 3 g Bunkcps' Owes. 1 If wamnu UdiHudamu' Noiliework 1 !, k. J. jmalea una uent mit ,nl0 va II Ton.rT C! Batohel and. K Hmclnii, II l i"lB $ TravtUn, BW JKS? J ok t In ail atjiM. fH to., AMUSEMENTS. KISLKY'i- COHTINB.NIAL NEWS IXPHAKHK. Choice ata to :l p aeea ot Amnaemant may bo nao p to H o'emck an eventnK. 1 SI ly QIUND NATIONAL CONCERT FOB THE BENEFIT OF THE SOLDIERS' AM) SAILORS' NATIONAL ORPHANS' HOME FUND, USDint A0SPICE8 OF THE &OLDIEKS' AND SALLOWS' UNION WASHINGTON, D. C, AT GROVER'S THEATRE, On Thursday Evening, August 2, 1863 JOO.OCO ticket will be Bold at ! each 75.000 preaenta awarded, valued at SW.nou I ti3 COO or tbe prollta to bo gWeo to the Soldiers' and Hal lore' National Orphan' Home Fund, JiW to the Washington Male and Fmaie Orphan Asylum, tbe balance, alter deducting expcnuc, to be paid to tbe Trcaiurer of the Soldiora' and Sailors' Union, ot Washington, I). C. TICKKT8 CAN BE OBTAINED AT TIIE OFFICE O? WILLIAM E. OWEHa, JNO 627 CHtHNUT Sl'llfcET; ALSO, SENT TO ANY POST OFFlt'tl IS TiJii (.OUXTBY rBOMPlLY BY MAIL. iLIST OF PKESESTS TO BE AWARDED) 1 ibrce-atory Brick l;osldcnce, II street, be tween Blxih and beventb 8 0OO 1 'lbree-tory l.rlca. KenHlencu, Hecoud atrtet. near E 10 Our 1 Hrt-Mor Brick Residence, lentn atrvet, betwteu uud M 8.(0(1 llwo-aiory Brick Kesluenco, Ten ill street, between M and N 8 000 1 Two a orv Br.oK Kcaidcuce, leuih street, between M and N 5 001 3 Fine City Loia, ou (seventh street, north. . 4,0- V 1 hp endid Carriuve, Horses, and Harness, complete 4 ,00 1 1 Fpieimid diamond IiliiK 2,0 0 I fcet Diamond, complete (Fin, fcar-rluus ana Kinns) 1 000 1 (.runn y aino (Meinway g) 1,80 1.0JII j po,io Miver lea cei 10 Grand Piano, S6H0 cacl 6 uo 111 Grand f lanes, tAi Oeach r 0. 11 KiO t.enia' tlo d WaicbeK. m) each 20 uou tO Ladies' liold Watches, a 1 2ft each 6,'2,ri0 0 urana aieioocns. iw each ,(Mi 8(1 Ainvllcan Case nllvor Wau'bea, 7' each. . t (UN) 1f Hunnnir 1 ate Silver Wan lies 4llea b.... 8,000 N) Dlumond Rlni8, 8I1.O to each 7,?i"U iiS Blamund l'lna. 100 each . , 2 5(1(1 40 hewing Machines, Wltln each 4,000 20 Kcw lntt Machine, 7ft acli 1,5'jn VO bliver-pla cd l ea 8eta, T5 each 1,800 B0 Bilver Castors 25,acli 150 8,000 Clock A, bums, Jowe.ry, ttc. J6 to 10 each 41 000 10 0(0 Tea and Table ttpoons etc., 92 to 5 each.. !S5,l'00 lU.Ot.O Gold HenB, Blecvo But ions, etc., Bl to S3 each 14 0(0 49,483 Books, Cutlery, Engraving, etc., II to each f),0i 0 Total mSwmi The award will be mado alter the concert on the ataiio ot the theatre, v. here three thousand puiBona can w ItncsH It. a committee will be appointed bj the audi etce toauperlntend the name, I rlnted llaia 01 award will be published and supnlUd to agent and ticket bolder. Parties having u kets will retain them until a iter the awards are made, and it wieir uuuiuvin o(iietu ou uu net laoy win forward their tickets imn edlute y. with lull directions a to the ship ping of good or deeds lor tbe propenv. Ticket to Bale at all the principal hotels, book and music stores in the city, and at the beudiiuartora In the rnaminouth Mir building tor the benefit of tue Co dlers' and Sailors' Jsktloiiul Orphans' Home tund, comer of Seveutb street and PennMlvunla avenue Washington, 1). C. The iJircctora upneal to tbe libera lily of the people to give this enterprise their kind anpport. and taercby arslBi in relieving the wants of tue orphan of our alien comrades. MANAGING DIRECTORS. Major U. A. HALL, President botdlerg' and Suiiors' Union, olonel CtiAKl.t 8 K CAPEHaRI'. Major M. H. ALBKROEK, WILLIAM 8. JlORxK. . THEAHllItKR. J B. Hti'UHINMOT, Esq , Cahltr JSational Bank 01 the Metropolis. All persona favorably disposed are rca,nstcd to act as agent, but no commissions will he allowed. Money hou d In ail canes he sent by Post Olllce order, draft, express, or registered lettors. In every case send the name and Post Oftlcu address, county and Mate ot each separuie subscription, anil In close stump. Ah orders tor tickets must lie addressed to , , WILLIaM 8. MOK-E, Becretary Soldiers' end Sailors' .National Concert, Washington, U. C, . , , , , . Lock Bx So. J2. Tickets alao for sale by F. NOLENS & CO , . General A gen , No. 210 West FOI'KTII street, P. O. Box 6SS. Wilmlnutoii. J)e aware. iHBAbl BY llEl'ABTMENT, OFFICB OF IntLBNAL hKVENL'E. . , VVamiingion, June 27, lfiits. Whereas II A Hall and oilier, as "Manainu liirec- tors" 01 the "(.rnnd National Concert," to be held in Washington, 1). C, on tbe id of August next huve mane clue app Icatlon to Li, lephan. Collector of laie.nal Revenue 101 the Collection District of the Distri t ot Columbia, lor permission to ho d a Inttnrv. rttla. ur gilt eutertiriao, aud presented to him satisfactory evi dence that the pioceed of said lotterr . raflie, or clft enterprlae ill bo devoted to charltau e use, permission ib nereuj fciuinu iu cut n .i imaging liirectors ' to holU such lottery, rattle, or gitt enterprise ireo from a', charge, whether lrom tax or licenae, iu respect to such lotioiy, ratl.e, or gilt enterprise. e. a. ROLL! MS. , . , , . Commissioner. Eefer. bv ncrmleslon, to Hojor-liencrai "i inliekl n. Hancock, U. g, a. Gemrul Robert C Mchenck. 11. c. uhin. Generul Halbert E Paine, JI c , Wis. General John H. Ketchnm. M ('., r. y. General James U Blunt Kansas. GeneralJ i. Hcndrick, lowu. General D. C. Mot nilam, D. C. General O V liavtc n, N. Y. Hon. '1 bomus W. Ferry, M. C, Mich. Hon George Lawrence, M. C, 1'enna. D. C. Forney, Esq.. li. ('. M ajor J . .. riougnty, N. Y. Hon. Richaid Wal ach. Mayor of Washington, D. C. lion William I). Kclley. Ai. C . Penua. Hon Ke lun V. Whaley.M. C . WesiVa, Hon. Kbeu C. Ingersoil, im . C, III. Hon. Henry C. Iteming, M. C, conn. Hon A. 11. 1 atlln, M. ('., N. Y. Hon. Leonard Myers. M. (' , Penna. Bon. William A. Newell, M. C. N.J. Hon George W. Julian, M.C .Ind. Hon. htenhen r . Wilson, At c. renna. Hon. J. B. Gilnre l, M C. Iowa. Jl jor . M. Van Buren. N. t. 6 23 Im -4K!?. JOHN lllJEW o KKW AKCH STHEEI J.V1. THEATRK. Begins at o'clock. Ke-eukaueniem ior uud nuo more ui b ROBKRT BEI.LER, ROB ERI' UrLLrR, ROBERT UELLKK. The Prince ot Vaglclans, the Brlllluut Planiat, Couver satienallsi, and Humorist, who will appear IUUMJ1I t Vf.M.Mj, and during the week, In new Feature of uauiu apii' aii'niu, MAUI! AND Mnsin. Including the wonaerul ttphvnx. MR. JUr.LUl.il s laiesi novelty enitni, I UK bC'ARLKT SPIRIT. la In active preparation, and will shortly be produced. w ALNU'l S T It E fcJ T IUUI it K. -N. K. corner NIHt'H aid WALNHT 8TREE1S. THIH (Tuesday) EVKHiNU. July In. Fifteenth night of tbe Gorgeous Spectacle of the NAIAD (JUFfN. MAGNIFICENT BCENERY, BY WITHAM. '1I1K HOMK OF 111 IS NAIADS, in tbe Coral Cave beneath the waters. THE Olllt-KN OS HER THRONE. NOTICK.-Tho last night of this croud Scenic Romance are drawing near. "ORY ANTS' MINSTRELS TO-NIGHT AT NEW J") CHESSUT 8'IREET THK4TRE. Maztppa, lilac Chemist, Coltoog Gas, The Sphynx. . New Songs and twelve new act. TUE GRE AT BRYAN IS ilIM"U'RI5L9. Full llous. a. Theatia Cool. An entire clianae of entertainment TO NIGHT. GRAND MATINEK nATURD VY, at 2 o'clock. I,ln,lii,.in 'U.tittnfl HO cent. Evciuue. commence at 8 o'clock. Prices, 25, 50, anl 75 cents. I M -XT A LRU'S (LATK M1LLKKS) WINTEB GARDEN Noa. W0-726 V1NK Street. UIA.U IJblllUMl'.M M. i;uat,i,it Mtill l bl , By two large and efllctent Orehnatraa. TO NIGH I', And EVERY NIGHT. In connexion with our EXC1LSIOH STRING BAND, a Bras Band, cotnpilslng tne beat Artist In the city will periorw. npjrv vna thb Sea snv. Ouripacioua oiin trer Gardeu, artUttlcally laid out wltn hbrubherv, rountains etc IN THE LADIES' SALOOV. Especially set apart lor F N 1LIES, the boat of Creams uu oiner ueiiesiraienia win ue aurveu. o-ivj GYMN AS IUM irn-p T.AD1F.S. GENTLEMEN. ANT) rtlTLDREN. N.E. CORNER OFNIN1H AM) AKCH STREETi, OPEN tVEBY DAY AND EVENING, Al.T. KIIMUV.Ii Bodily rxeictse rruparta health and strength, tha beat b reventive anainsi aicanesa ot tne coming summer 5 24iu 1 ro'ea.ors U1LLEMRAND A LEWIS THE PIANOS WHICH WR MANU fact are recommend themselves. We promise Vo our patrt nftlrntm cAmr aMiitttiil tuiiMa. ltfi.n wnrkffian ship durability, and teaaouabl price, combined wnu a lull auaxaniee. jrox aaie oniy at, no. ion nxnu B'i?l FHIOjf AN0 MilTUFAQTUBlNQ CO INSURANCE COMPANIES. DELAWARE MUTUAL!-' A FETY IN8URANC B C'MPNY. 1NCORI CRATED BY H K L?OISLATUR!S OF I'EN'NHYLVANIA.HWS. OFFICE, a. IS. (TiRNt.it iHIRI) ND WALNUT SIREETS, PHIL VDKLPHIA. ... MIUNE INSURANCE . Ch(iO i FRKIOHT. To all parti of the world. INLAND INSUHtNCE OnGoeuaby Blvar, canai, Lake and Land Carriage to all pane of tlto Union. . F1KB INSURANCES On Meirhandiae generally On fetcres, Lwellmg Houses, etc ASSETS F THE COMrASf 10,(KC Unltrd States 8 per cent, loan il. .Shoot ot lid KO UM 7 1 10 nor cent, loan Treasiirv Nna u stVi.a U0 000 SUte ot Pennsylvania Five Per Cent UU, 90,554-W 64,000 State of l ennavlvanta Six Per ceuu Loan C3.2M00 25 000 t ity of 1 ulladelphi Six Per Cent. .U,lta 112,812 50 20.010 Pennsy vanta Railroad Flmt Mort- .: Six Per Cent. Bond 20,0(10 00 !5,ti00 Pennsylvania Ral road Secoud Mort- ... 'e mx Per Cent. Bonds 21 .750 00 ?.0(!0 Westrrn Pennsylvania RaiiroadMort- g"ge Mx Per . ent. Bonds. 23,7Si 00 lO.OOt) M Shares Stock Gerroantown Gna Company, principal and Interest guaranteed by the City of phliadc.- ,, Phi 13,537 W 7.1E0 UU Shares Mock Pennsylvania Rall- . .TOI"i Comuany 8,580-00 6.OC0 lou mhnres Htoc"t Noito fennsylvanla Railroad Comuanv 3,2,50 00 40 OOO I)i poit with United States Govern on "'ent. anhiect to ten davs' ca:l 40 OfliVOI' 30. OCO State ot Tennessee Five Iter Cent. , Loan 18,900-00 1.0,700 I onns on Bonns and atortgavo first liens on City Property 170.030 00 l,Cl'O,M0 Par. Manet valae....i)8.5tH)0 eal Estate aii.uii.in. P.I Is receivable for Insurances made. .121,01337 Balances due at Agencies: Premium on Marine eolieles, Accrueil Inte rest and other debt Que ibo Com pany 40,511 44 Scrip ami Stock of siinurv Insurance and other ompaules.tll.il. l.sti- matci volne 2,910 03 Caslt In Banks 85.r HV a9 Cash in Drawer 67ft 48 56.635 37 Si .25) 631) 1-1 DIRECTORS. f-aintiel E. Stoke, J F Pcnlstan, Thomaa C. Hand, jonn j. navis, tdniund A. .'-otider. Tlieoplillus Paulding, John R Penrose, James Traquair. Henry C. Daliett, Jr., James C. Hand. William C Ludwlg, Joseph II. Seal, Georae ('. Leiper, Hngh Craig, Hobeit Burton. iienry nioan. Wlliam G. Bonlton, Edward Darlington, 11 Jonna Brooks, 1 dwanl Lafonrcade, lacob P. .tones, J umes B McFarland, Joshua P. Kyre. Soencer Mcllvaln, J. B. Semple, Pittsburg, A. B Berger. Pittsburg, D T. .MttK'in. Plltshtlrir. John D. Taylor, THOMAS C. HAM) PinsiHont.. JOHN . DAVIS, Vice-President. Benhy LTLBcnM. secretary. 1 IS 829" CHARTER PERPETUAL FRANKLIN FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY OP PHILADELPHIA. Assets on Janiiarv 1, 1800. 6,5Q0a85rG. Capital 40fl 000 tit Acciuiu Miipius V44 54.1 1,1 Premiums 1,102. Ktb-gi UNSETTLED CLAIMS, INCOME FOR 180 '110 000. 11 467 53. LOSSES PAID SINCE 189 OVEH 5,000,000. Perpetual and Temporary Policies on Liberal Term. DIRECTORS. Charles I. Bxncker, hdwatd C. Dale. l OLIAS v ainei, Somuul l.rnnt. George Falcs, Alfred Fitler, Fmncls W. Lewis, M. I. Peter -McCa:l. Georue W, uicbordg, Isaac Lea. CHARLES N. BANCKEK. President EDWARD ( dale, vice-fresiuent. JAS. W. MCALLISTER. Secretary oroteui. 2 3tl23 "ORTII AMERICAN TRANSIT INSURANCE COMPANY, No. 133 South FOURTH Street PHILADELPHIA. Annual Policies issued against General Accident all descriptions at exceedingly low rates. Instil time erected ur one venr In anv stun imm 810 to 10 U0, at a premium of only ouo-ouli ner i-ent. securing the mil amount insured In case ot dath, and a comnensauon eacu weex cauat to the wholo pro Uituu. puio hhon time tickets lor 1. 2, 3.6 7, or 10 day, or 1. 3. oi 6 months, at 10 oeuta a dav , lnsurinn m tho sum oi ;KHjii, or giving it) per weea it uisanieu. to he bad at ttie General Oli.ce, No. 1J3 S. FOURTH Struct, j-lil adel- phia. or at the various Railroad ticket ottluea. Be sure to purchase ine tickets of tbe Nartb American Transit losuruucu w-uuipou.v. For circuisi ami luixuer lniormattoa apply at ttie General Gtnce, or ofany ot the uuliioilzid Agent of the "emu any , LEWIS L. HOUPT, Prosldcnu JAMKS M. CONRAD, treasurer HENRY C. BROWN, Secre.ary. JOHN C. BULLITT, Solicitor. 1 IRKClORs. L. L Houpt, late ol Pennsylvania Railroad Comoanv M. Balrd. of M. Baldwin AK o.'s. v ' ratnuel ('. Pulmer. Cashier ot Commercial Bank. Kit bard Wtod. No. SOU Market street 'uii es M. Conrad, No. G'23 Maiket street. 3. E. Kingslcy, continental Hotel. II. G. Leisenring, Nos. 237 and i'ii Dock street Samuel Work ot Work, McCouch fc Co. George Martin, No, 322 Chesnut streot 1 3 10m QIRARD FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY. OFFICE, No. 415 W ALN CT8TREET. PHILADELPHIA CAPITAL PAID IN, IN CASH, 24)0,tOO. Ills ctuipary continuea to writeon Frt Httkt ona Its capital, with a good surplus, I aaiely Invested. 7U1 Lotees by Are uaTe been promptly paid, and more than $500,000 Disbursed on t his account ltbln tbe past few year. Foi the prvtcnt tha office of this company will remain at No. 415 WALNUT STREET, But within a few month will remove to it ow BUILDING N. E. CORNER SEVENTH AND CB E8NCT STREETS then a now, we shall be happy to Insure our patroma such I ate a as are consistent with solely. DlitkCIOKS, THOMAS CRAVEN. ALFRED f. GILLETT, I KM AN SBKCPARD, lhOs. MA( KELLAR, JOHN STJPPLI E. JOHN W. CLAGUORN, Mil. AS VIUKVS.Jh.. ( IIARLKS I. DUPOSTT, I1F.NRY F. KENNKY. JOSEPH EL A PI'. U.D. TUU.WAn enAvcA, i-reaiuent. ALFRED 8. GILLETT. V. President and Treasurer. JAMKS B ALVGRD. SecretarT. 1 ID j PI1CENIX INSURANCE COMPANY OF PHI LADELPU1A. INIOKPORa'IED le04 CHAETEB PFRPETUAL. No- 224 W ALNDT Mreet. opposite the Exebttnue. In addhlon to MARINE and IN LA -D INSUitAVOI' tlilB C iniiiDiiy insures (torn loss or dumuteoy FlUti.on liberal eruia on l.uiidlng, nieiehamilse. inrnlture. etc tor limited periods, and permanently on buildings, br deposit ol premium . .. The Com l any :.a been In so We operation tor more titan PIXTY YEARS, during which a l tofcea bae be piompUy adjutted aud paid. John L. Hodge, Lawrence Lewis, Jr., M. B. Mahoney, John T. Lewla, William B. Grant. Robert W. Learning, D. Clark Wharton, fcamae 1W11coxwm Betjatn'n tiling, Tbomai 11. Ponvni, A. R. Mcllenry Ediuond ( artllion, t.otitH O Nnrrla. iiunit n. WUCHJSREB, Preaiaen Bamckl Wilcox. Secietary 4 in TjMRK INSURANCE KXCLUSIVELY. THE. Jj PENNSYLVANIA FIRE INSURANCE COM PAN Y Incorporated IB25 Charter Perpetual No. J0 WALN UT Mreet, opuoslte Independence .square. This Company, lavorably known to the couiuaunltv for over torty years, continu to Insure against loss or damage by ore on Public or Private Building, either permanent v or lor a limited time. Also on Furniture ntucs vt Good and Merehandme geueiuuy, on liberal Tbelr Capital, together with a large Burplu Fund. 1 Invested In the most careful manner, which enable them to otter to the Insured ad undoubted security in tbe oaae of Iocs. D micron Daniel Smith. Jr., I John Devereux, Alexaroer Benson, I Thomaa Smith, Isatio HaiUburat, I Hemy Lewto, TlMimaa Robuia, I J. GUlinghain reu,! Daniel Haddock. Jr. DANIEL H mi ll, J,, Frwldent. INSURANCE COMPANIES QA SII CAPITAL, $200,000. THE UNITED 8TATE3 ACCIDENT INSUR ANCE COMPANY, Of Syracuse New York, Insure against DEATH FROM EVERT CAUSE, Whether ACCIDENT, CHOLEBA. or DUE KT. of anv kind, with weekly compensation tor DISABILITY from ACCIDENT. CO.VBISED POLICIES FROM OSETO F1VK SfAR ACCIDENT POLICIES FROM ONE MO. 111 TO TEN KAKli. NO MTDICAL EXAMINATION REQUIRED VOd ACCIDENT INSt KANCfc. This la the only Cotnpnny aqthorlifd to Issue COM BIN fcD LIFE and AO .'IDEM' POLICIES. in view ot the oroi.ahllliy ot the visitation ot r- OLE HA thl summer, tnls oppor'unltv of Insarmg salrat It tor a brief nrriiid at economical rates. mIioiim ciutmand the at entlon oi evert omt wht'e tha cmn Dl nation ot AO IDr N T risk oltcmd with It enables iioso re-iotrg in the City, or transacting bii.Hlness here nni returning to the country dally, to guard against ovarv totmof , DIfEARE OR CSr.LTT. Permit Issued for travel to Europe, etc Actve Solicitors wanted. WM. A. STEPHENS, General Agent, 611 lm No. 501 CUE8.NUT Street, Philadelphia. Tn E PROVIDENT LltE AM jJiOST COMl'ASl. OS PHILADELPHIA. Incorporated by the Mate of fennsylvanla. Third Month 2W. 1865. INSURES LIVES, ALl.tVH IS TV HI. ST ON DEPOSITS, and GltAN'ea it r TIES. ' " JAHIAli, ajiao.ooo. DIBECTOIIS Samuel R Shipley, Richard Cadburr, Jeremiah Hacker, Henry Haines Joshua H. Morris, T. Wiatar Brown, Richard Wood, WPIIam C. Loimstrcth, Charles F Coffln. SAMUEL R. SHIPLEY, President. Rowi Ann PArttr, Actuary 1 28 OFFICE Jfo. Ill 8. VOUBTH STRKKT. DRY GOODS. QAPE M A Y ATLANTIC CITY, AND LONG BRANCH. DREIFUSS & RELSINGER, No. 49 North EIGHTH Street, HAVE OFENED ON TBE 14th INST., A new and desirable lot of EPHYU NIT SUA W I. S Suitable lor the Watering Places, including a splendid assortment of WLJITE GOODS. Il'CKfcD MUSLIN, SHIRRED MUSLIN, SWISS MUSLIN, l'LAID NAINSOOK, STRIPED NAINSOOK, 01 CAMBRIC! NAINSOOK. No. 1024 rtrtFMNUT STREET. E. M. NEEDLES, JV'o. 1024 CUES NUT ST BEET, OFTEB8 AT 10W rBICES, 2000 PIECES WHITE GOODS, Including all varieties Shirred, Puffed. Tuokod, Plaid. Striped, I litln and Kigured MUSLIN s, aultable tor W hi to Bodies and l.ressfs. 101) pieces PRINTED LLNEN LAWN 8, desir able Mvies lor Dresses. Clunv. Vaiencli nne and other I.aces: Inscrt Inpa, ditlnt.' flounclni. and Randa, Uuudker chiels. Veil. Collars Sleeves, etc 'l be above are ollered lor m.e CHHAP, and In great VARIKi Y. LADIES WOULD DO WELL TO EXAMINE MH:n?ue A.lNNiau;, 60l 'OM 028 II O P K I X S' HOOP-SKIRT Wanulactory. o. A RCH Street. 628 Atove Hxth strccu Phladelphla. holt-sale and ttctutl. Onr r.sfortrrent emhraces ull the new and desirable Ftylc and sizes ot everv lenfrth and sue waist lor Ladies, Misses, and Chile icn. IhoFeol "Oli U OWX HAKE" aie $uptrior In ni"i anil dtnobin p to uny other bkirta made, and warranted to five satisfaction. Skirts made to order, altered, and repaired. 2 45 LUMBER. I860. BUILDING! BUILDING LUMBER I LUMBER I LUMBER I Si P BOA Kilt). KAIL PLANK. WHITE P1JNE iL'-ORIKO YEI L"W PINE FLOORING. HPRLCE PINE fLO'iRIJfU. A8d ASl) WALNUT FLOORiNU 1-LASI'ERISO LA I H. PLASTERING LATH. . PINK. HEMLOCK. AND O A K 18CC I. 1 I .V li B K, PINE, HEMLOCK. AND OAK TIMBER, CUT IO A BILL, CUT TO A BILL. AT SHORT AOT1CE. -f Qaa CEDAR AND PINE SHINGLES. -LODO. CEDAR AM) PINE SHINGLES. o. 1 LONG CEDAR SH INGLES. Ho. 1 SHORT CJCOAH SHINGLES. WHIT. PINE 'HLNGLE3. CYI RKSS SHtXiLr.S. FINE ASSORTMENT FOR SALE LOW 1866 LUMBER FOK UNDERTAKERS!! LUMBER FOR UNDERTAKERS! ! RED CEDAR, WALNUT, AND PINE. RED CEDAK WALN U 1 , AH U ri u Qpn ALBANY LUMbEKOPALL KINDS lOUO. ALBANY LUMBER OF ALL KINDS feEASON ED WALNUT. SEASON I) WALNUT. DRY POPLAR CHERRY. AND ASH. OAK PI.K. AND BDS. MAHOGANY. ROSEWOOD AND WALNUT VENEERS. 1866 CIGAR-BOX MANUFACTURERS Cl GAR-BOX MANUFACTURER. SPANISH CEDAR BOX BOARDS. AT REDUCED PRICES. 1866 SPRUCE JOIST I SPRUCE JOIST I , hPl UCE JOIST I SPRUCE JOISTI I ltOM 14 TO 32 FEET LUNG. FROM 14 TO 32 FEET LONG. SPRUCE SILLS HEMLOCK PLANK AND JOIST. OAK SILLS. AiATII.K MliOTHWR ft CO.. 6 2? Smrp No. 2500 bOUTU STREET. JJ N I T E D STATES BUILDER'S MILL, Nos. 24, 26, and 28 S. F1TTEENTH St., rUILAPELFIlIA. ESLER & BROTHER, WOOD MOULDINGS, BRACKETS, STAIR BALUS TERS, JEWEL POSTS, GENERAL TUHSINO SCROLL WORK., ETC. BHELVIN O PLANED TO ORDER. lbe 1 areest assortment ot Wood Mouldinijf In this olty coiistautl ? on naud. 4 1 J ui t c. P E R K I N 8, ' LUMBER MEIIOIIANT tsucccssor to Jt. Clrk, it., No. 824 CHRISTIAN STREET. CorstanUy on band k large n Trt64 jortmeu olbuUdingLuuiLer. S THREE GENERAL. AGENTS WANTED TO act In important locatkma for tha Sew Tor Aeol- dental lDsuraooe CP"f,A0tJemenoloo,. apply to FRANK O. ALLEN, Brant tjaica, No. 415 CliKSXUJfltrWt. Aaplftwa. MEDICAL. yox p oruLi, WRIGHT'S TAK SYRUP. TJilMClPAL DEPOT, No. 771 Souih TlilHD Street Price, tl-00 pr-r Bottle; if 510 lor half-a-dozen. The ardrrsliPfd cltlruts take p fasnre In cheerfully recoit.itif lioh (, the ksa of Wright's Tar srup for cauftha colds, consumption wbooplni'-couKh, spotted eir. Ivcr cotup a'lit, piilna In the breast, 1 ronchlils, in i a ii,n at, on and restriction oi air vosse a In tha lung, ftc. 'l ertrn.dy should be lu every tmnliy i Cl.rnea C. WiVon 'ornv' i'rent otltce. ('bur cs II. (irahitt, Sut.dap ilercurv oUloa. Jna:e Nolcn Aourrotlice Vi 'Ir.m F. i crlitt, Associuied Press Wll.lnm 11. ( arpenter. lre .Uartu and Folic T graph, r iith and hesutit rtreeta. LarilnlDh Front and . ombnrd stroot. James w. t-rrrlne No WIS) Charlea street. H A.lui No. 123 Gsskl I xrcet. John w cottaltie No 1XH Frniik.ln street. Robert '1 hornp n No. 1()8 Vt alter street. H. (.. Mart n. No. 658 Fiatiklln a n-et. J (lehlott No 131 S. econd street. Jthn emour No. SIS f. t torn street. . W. Howard. No 1 Dock street H. (' art fit No. .127 H. econu street. L. ttatpa No. W ft a rob streot Albert Alartln. o. 411 S. Second afreet. V ary ( a ilte l No It4M Snnom street W. 'ibemaa. ho. 20 S. Fourth stre. t T. M. t Mthv No. 19 E ret.i's alley. C.eorge Wl son No 238 Race street. w. F. Hrooaa. No. 63 Norm t-rcond street M. J. Ilassctt. No. 119 ( anal strret. S evniottr Rose BusMnton. Char rs Htpr, No. W South atreeu R. T. We Iiir on, x cortd and Quarry street . F. Tin lnus No. 1.16 South ixt street. Wlillim Born. No Did South front reet. S. S. f-aniord, Opera Minii;er. John Mnninn'g. rear of No IM North Second street 11 rr. s. K. Choate, Newark. 1 . Vr. William H. Wr qhl . Sir t We take pleasure m rrcommemrria: your n ah SYLlPior wh'ch wo have alreaily aoid coualderabi quanlticsi as most eacei e-it and enVacloua remedy lor the complaint set lortn m your prinieu otn aireauy sulimltied lo the public. A. a r' Hying act to aulferlng bun anity we wll cher n lv recommend our prenara tion to a.l anllctrd with diseases which It ts designed to cure. Your, etc. ' D1LKS ft SON, Dmuaist. N, . corner Pine and Sixth street. For a e alao at JOUSPON, HfLIOWAY COWDEN'S, DIGIT itO'ii, A nd all principal Druralsis and Dealers. The snl seriber won d beg leave tunher to aar that Lets prepared to fl.l orders aid forward tbe Syrup ttt any pert ot 'he ctumry. Prions deairing other Inior n pi li n I y trail will inclose a postage s amp and anawen i l t eii tuiiiid a soou a the exlkencfea ot bosiueaa will admit Addresa .. WILLIAM B. WRIGHT, S20 No 11 1 S. THIRD Street. Phi: adelphia, Pa. G LAD N E W S FOB TUB UN FORI UNATB. BELL'S SPECIFIC REMEDIES Are warranted In all cases lorthe Ppeudt and Permv NtM CUhE ot all dlBentes arlsmK lrom excesae or 1 OU ' 111 (JL INDlt RE i ION Emissions, Genital, Physical and Nervous Debility, Im. Eotcute, etc etc NO (HANOK OF DIET IS NECE8ARY. They can oe used without de ccloit, and never tall to eGect a Cure, 11 used according to Instruction. BELL'S 8PKCIFIC PILLS, Price One Dollar per Box, or Six Boxes for Five Dol lars; aiso, Large Boxes, coniaimug Four small. Price Three Dollars. Frcm foui to six boxes uro tienerally required to cure ordinary cases ot Seminal Weakness, tbouuh benefit is derived trum using a siugle box In ( hroitio Cmscs, and particularly when Impotence or (lei itai Debt Ity with Nervous Prostration ha adectcd tbo system. BELL'S TONIC PII LS Are recommended aa the most Itlcacious, Rejuvenating, and InviKoratinu Remedy In the wor d. A I'ackaiie Pi Ice Five Dollars, wl 1 last a month, and. Is gtuera. y sulllcient. In extreme cat-cs of Debility and Impotence, BELL'S EXTERNAL 11EMKDV, Price Two Dollars, sufilolent for a month, oaa be used to (ood advantage. it iilves btteutttu to the Organs and. with the Pills, will restore ibi-ni to their normal condition. A Pamphlet o 10(1 paues, ou ho .R iORh OF YOUTH, designed us a Lecture and i uu ion to Young' Men, sent tree. Ten Cents required to par postage. It you cannot purchase Hkll's specific Remkdiw ol your DiUKglst, take no other, but send the money direct to DR. JAMES BRYAN. Cous-iltinp Physician, No. 81!) BROADWAY. Now York, And you will receive them by return of mall post paid, and nee troui observation. For sale by DYOTi & Co., No. 232 N. SECOND Street. 8 11 S (J U O L E II A DISAlt MED!I! The Chief Causes cf Pestilence Destroyed. T P c P'rit!1.Tfl r l c t v v LTTivn it i itit.ci secured bv tetier latent in the United Mates and 1 runto. Prepared sole y by the ew York DiHlnlcciina; Company, ut their Laboratory. No. !), 300, and Una HENRY Street, New Itork; Olhce, No. 42 CEDAR Street T bis Company organized on a permanent basis, wit. Dr. I ouriarct tho celeLraied Ficnch ( beutist. In charge oi Its Laboratory. Is prepared to lurnlsh It Dihikvkct. 1KO Fix ids tor ick room, nurseries, urluals. water e obets, privies, cesspools, sewers, gutters, ships, rail roads hospitals pritsons. and public l-.tltutlons of all kinds, siuuhter-uoust, ollai and lat-bolunsr eKtahllsb nitntst a 1 klnus ut manures ( tumetur y Increasing the vulue ol th-e . utter to every liirinoi) and wherever pol aonous and ofienslve gasc exist. These agenta are de oconzers. antiieptics untiputrcscruts, and dulnlectants In the scientific ineaiilng ot tbo words. They remove noxious iaKS and odois by chemical principles leaving; in tbetr p.uces htat hlai air; they are iikbtkovei:h, and! not mer r(-n a ol poisonous gases not injurious to utcnsiis hi which tbey are uted. 'i he attention of ni'dicul and scieutifJo men is dlrec edto these disinfec tants. Attached are tcsiimon a In lavor of tbi great dibcoverv, which, iith hundreds ot others, can be seen at the ( ompany'a oflice. Uelavam lloieit Albant. March 80. 18C6 To tha President oi the New Yoik Disinfecting Company Dear Sin It is all it Is reutesenlcd to be We have uiude many trial ot c Isiuiectauts, but now consider that we have lonud an article which surpasses al others as a, rtnirt v agali st all bad odors. T. ROKSmEL & CO. Mtw Vomk, April 9. lbW. To the President of the New York Diain ccting Ci nipany-Dear sir t We pro nounce it w ltl out exception to be the beat we b.ve ever kuowt. Its encct upon every matter Is complete and Instantaneous. C. A. .-TETSON, Astor House. N . 13. Tbrse Mslniectant ate used by the scaveiigen, nndt r tbe dlrectltu ei the hanituty Po Ice ot tbe Aletro po ian Ileal: b Drpartment. New York "O Wl LL A 'I UOM fbON, So 42 CEDAR St. N. Y. General aud Sole Agent lor the United mutes and the ( snailaa. to whim all ordera should be addressed For sale by all Drugaista aud General Dea.ers In the United r tales and Canadas. 6 OSut DR-LESSEY'S VEGE1ARLE PILLS CURB Dvspepala. Diarrhoea. Rheumatiam, Hit k Read ai be. and all aerankemept of the Liver 71 iy puritr the blood and mate the skin sft and lair. For sale by Dr. LEbSEY. No 31)8 N. NINTH Street, Philadelphia, and by Droggistagenernll' . Camden, N. J ,Sptember2. 1865 fr. Leaser Dear Sir i 1 1 alves me great pleasure to add mv testimony In favor ot your "Vegetable LI.er Puis " 1 hud been fllictcd with deranged ondition ot the Liver for tent years, and. during that time, sutler d Intensely lrom acrid oischaiaes roui stomach aud bowels, seriously piostratlng my phralcal aid mental energies (or weeka at a time, so much eo tba mvll.ewaa deapaiied of. But, tb oughaklnd Providence, I was Introduced to vou. and by the u.-oi vour (-ills I have been wouder luliv restored, not having had a . attack o my old oom aiali t or loat a slngln naloatb service, i hey act ilka a charm Had It not been for them, I have no doubt I shou d have been lain aaie iron the mlnlurv 1 must aud a tew lines in favor of your ' Life Pre server ' or Vgetal,!e Linluent 1 have used L fof Erysipelas Scalds and Sums Mid Inflammations; it uroduces remarkable result. I was cured of a vert bad sore by ita use at any oi my neighbor are using Itr and it fctves uulvemal satiaiaction .t anould be in even house. Yours, tV. J. T. STOrKTOV, 4 28tathsim TIIIBD Street, tamden. N. J. DEAFNESS, BLINDNESS, AM) CATARRH treated with tha utmost auoceas by J ISAACS. l. D.. Ocu 1st and Aurlst. o.10 PINE Street. Testi monial item the most reliable sources In the eltr can baeeenat bliotllce. The Medkal rauulty are tovlted lo accompany their pa'lents aa be baa no secrets In hta practice Artirlo'al eyes Inserted without pain. No charge made for examination. l O 1 l s FOB ALL KINDS OF MAOHINEE Y, Warranted not to gum or ehlll in the coldest weather, at about one third the price ot lard oil. Having obtained tbe tole agency tor what ha been pronounced oy all wbo have given a trial to be tbe best lubricating oil In use, not excepting the best aoerm or lard oils, we I eel warranted In making the following Oder to any party wbo w ianee to give our ol a trial i We, If tha oil doe not prove aatiaiaoiory. will take it back and return the money. If paid, and make no charge lor the guantltv (not exceeding Ave a II oaa I uaed to teat It, aud Wlil also pav theoostof trauapoitatlou bothwav. J. C. MOORE & CO., Sole Aijenlt, 6 21 lm o. M 5. 8ECOSD Street, above Arcb