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THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH.- PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY", JULY 10, 18C0.
Owning Mtpirfi U published every afternoon (Sunday excepted) at No. 108 8. Third street. Price, Three Ctnti Per Copy (Double Sheet), or Eighteen Cent Per Wttk, payable to the Carrier, and milled to Subscriber $ out of the city at Nine Hollar Per Jnnvm; One Dollar and Fifty Cent for Two Month, invariably in advance for the period ordered. To insure the Insertion of Advertisements in all of our Editions, thty must be forwarded to our office not Inter than 10 o'clork each Rfnmina. TUESDAY, JULY 10, 18G8. tersoks x.kavikq th clty hurino the Summer Months, can bats Tub Evbmno TrxKonAru nailed to their Addukss Ter.9, 76 Cents pkk Month. The Probable Fate ol ihe Tailff Bill. TnK New York Tribune this morning contains the following despatch In rceard to the proba bility oi tbn adoption of tUe Tariff bill in the Ilouse: "The consideration of the Tariff In Committee of the Whole was nnHhed thin afternoon. To morrow the reading ot the lournal will ba d s pensed with, and the bill promptly moved at the opening ot tbe session. This measure to save the Industry of the nation has three gauntlets to run. The first nn endeavor to return for Iowa, Illinois, and Minnesota the very eroat advau tapes given to the wool-trrowiuo; States by tho larpe increase of the duties on wool, and to hold on to the benefits of the increased duties on linseed and other oil-nroduclnz seeds, and to eet rid of the enhanced rates on iron and every other article manufactured in the Middlu Stales and New butlnnd. The second eauntlet will be the attempt to postpone the bill to December next, ostensibly io avoid the political dangers that menace the Western protectionist members, about whoso lepfl tho driver of the Chicago Tritmne hm b 'en lashing his whip for weeks, in reality to gratify a hostile Iree-trado setuiment, the leeacy of the dead. Rebellion of the slave power, and for which, f trance to say, he Northern Miss ssdppl Valley States have greedily taken out letters testamentary. "The third eauntlet will be the veas and nays on tbe motion to lay the billon the table that is, to kill it ouirigbl. "Two olleiings have got to be niadi to the demands of tho free-traders one on iron and one on coal. The concession on iron may be limited to rails, nna may extend to the more common forms ot bars. The ruilnmkers have srenerounly tendered a concession of $i on a ton. Iowa demands ol thuiu a surrender ol' $ti. Co.il oilers a concession of Oil cents. An eli'ort will bo made to put Nova Scotia coal into tho Iree list. "Many members, protectionists on principle, arc absent. Ul those that are here, it Iooks to night as it Indiana would vote solid ai.i'nut tho bill, Illinois solid against it, Iowa four nzain?t It, Minnesota two. and Missouri five. Yet the chances are tnat th.-? uill will pass. "Joun Wentwortu, who voted all the wh;le In the Wavs and Means Committee for the very highest rates proposed while tho bill was in pre paration, will lead tr the debate to-morro v again-t the bill. If TiiAnDEtis Stevens Ij well enough to speak be will follow Wentwortu, and, of course, ontidoe him. Mr. Mobiiill will probably follow, to be succeeded by Mr. Garfield, Mr. Goodrich, and one or tvo other.-. "The sentiment in the House Is overwhelm ingly In lavor of a fully protective tariff. Tuc British Free Trade Leoafue, whose headquarters are In New York citv, cunninaly oporatinsr upon the politics ot the Western States, and exciting to extraordinary clamor and I'alseUooi its hired pres.-es in New York city, has suffi ciently demoralized a considerable portion of tho House to put in peril the wises and justest revenue measure ever introduced into tho Con green of the United States. "Bilurc the tinal vote is reached, tho yeas and nas wiil be taken on from fittuen to twenty amendments. An Iawa canvass of the Hou'-c, ronprhly made, concedes tbe passage of the bill certain by about 10 majority." When n hopeful and good protective journal like the Tribune begins to tieure up a raaiorily of not more than ten in favor of a measure of such vital importance as the Tariff bill, we besintofcel anxious. We know full well that the enemies ol the measure have bean moving heaven and earth to secure Us defeat. Taey have eoufzht to strangle it in in inception. Thoy have striven to induce its friends to divide over particular sections; they have partially succeeded in alienating the West, and will now endeavor rot only to have It modilied, but also to secure its absolute and final re jection. When we consider that our country is yet prostrated from the effects of war, and that, In order to rise, every protection possible should be given her, we arc at a loss to understand the local partisanship which induces Western members to endanger her prosperity for the sate of a petty Jealousy. We are told that in Older to conciliate Iowa, Pennsylvania must d i crease her protection on Iron some $6, and conl must lose fifty cents. The iron men have consented with great magnanimity to yield $t, but we hope they will ttand firm in regard to any further diminution. The whole interest of our great State is being endangered, and it will need every vote of every lover of his country to save hr. The absence of to many members from the capital, and the disaffection of those on whom wo had counted, may well cause a fear Jest tho bill will be befeated. We do not, how ever, take eo dark a view as does our friend tho Tribune, We believe that the patriotism ot the Republican members will at the last not desert them, and that although they may oppono cor-' tain provisions, on the final vote they will be found on the right side. Tho Democratlo papers have been predicting a veto. We can sea no ground whatever for such a supposition. Tho President was elected with tho issue ot tariff before the country, and on a protective platform, and we can pee no reason for anticipating his refusal to affirm ono ot ttie principles ot bis tlection. The Real Contrast. Oue Democratic contemporary endeavors to draw a contrast between General Geary and Heisteb Clymeu, It neglects tne real element of contrast in the charactcis and careen of tho two men. The true picture U somethinu like this: Gkajiy, a man ot experience and ability, a sol dier of two wars, who.lwhen his couulry was assailed by traitors In arms, rushed to her defense, perilling his lite on many a bloody but- tie-field, and npntlng bravely to the war's end; Clymbr, the crafty, mousing politician, who staid at home, sympathized with- the Eebels, assailed the gallant soldiers of the republic in the rear, and sought to disfranchise toeui for doing their duty to their country. The one is patriot, soldier, and statesman; the otbr Is a mall pattern of a Copperhead politlciuu. The ono will be called next October, by a grateful and proud Commonwealth, to preside over her people as Chief Magistrate; the other will be left to adorn the shades of his native Berks, there to muse upon the fate of men who lovu their party better than they do tlielr country. Tbe Cause end Probable Termination of tbe Cuban Insurrection. Th New York I'oal of last evening conoludes an article on the insurrection in Cuba with the followinsr passage: "II the movement i what we suppose, it in not in the hand of mere filibusters, but of men who mean liberty and (ustico and peace, la place of oppression and bondage." Our opinion coincides with that expressed by our New York contemporary. We do not think that it Is a mere effervescent outburst, but are inclined to believe that it is tho determined and desperate endeavor of a people to free them selves from Spanish rule. The news of tbe in surrection, coming to us as it doe from both Havana and Panama, appears to have a color of truthfulness which gives It the appearance of a fact. Taking it for granted, thn, that a revolt has actually been instituted, let us look at the cause, and seek to gue- tho termination. Tho situation oi Cuba, so near tho United States, has caused, ol late years, a general vlsitntion to our country by all of the Cubans of the upper clasp. We may safely infer that nearly every educated citizen of Cuba has at some time in his life paid a visit to America. Staying with us a short time, they become imbued with our political notions. Tbey see each Indi vidual protected, property regarded as sacred, and all, from the richest to tho poorest in the land, guarded bylaw. Many of these visitors being young men, coning here to complete thoir edueution, are impressed at tlio time w ith doctrines w'lich become fixed CeU"l. When, therefore, they have returned to their native land, and see her oppressed by toroigntrs, see themselves subjected to tho attacks of a poa tyranny, and with but the sllsht protection cf a Governor's favor to save their property, they naturally look with regret at the land they have left, aud seek to have their lan i governed by the same principles as ours. This process of migration has been going on lor year.-t, and uoiv the citizens are all alive for action. Tyranny has been the cause; now what will he the result ? The power of Spuin has of late been broken. She has lost all her prestige a litllo republic like Chili has dared her and defeated her. She is a (lend State dead in morals, in power, in all that goes to make up a covernmeut. If, there fore, at this time Cuba should rise and be as sisted hythc South American republics, as she undoubtedly would be, we cannot but entertain a reasonable hope aud expectation that she will succeed in her effort and achieve her indepen dence. It will require union and bravery. The latter is assured, and if the other be achieved, then victory and liberty nre certain. The 'lnbune this morning sounds tbe tooein in lavor of the Kebels, in an article which' con cludes as follows: "Whether the news which reached us yester day lioin Cuba, via Baltimore, corrobora'-.ed as it is by advices liom Panama, shall or shall not prove exaeseraied, wo cannot doubt tan the knell ot Spanish domination over 'the Queen of the Antillt s' has sounded. Spain was forcibly expelled, some forty years auo, irom thU conti itut, though a large portion ot it had long been known as 'the Spanish Main;' she is uo.v on the point ol being ousted from the last of ner moro considerable American islauos. And there is not on all the earth, outside of her own terri tory, a million huinau beings who will not say emphatically to her disposi-essors'Well dime!' "Cuba has long been the bnchest jewel in tho Soanisli crown, yielding a very considerable revenue to the Government, and vast wealth to lavorcd individuals umoug hr people. Aud never was a detirablo possession treated witu more selfish and shameless disiegard of moral obligations aud the better opinion of Cnris'.en dom. Spain has drawn irom Ciibaallsue coul-l, and returned a little as possible. "Again we say, it matters ilitle to the grand result that the present effort is or is not sue-ce-siul. Spanish domination uud slavery one and inseparable are doomed to a speedy end m Cuba. The world is fully advertised that the Cubans are resolved to be fiee, and to giv tiee- dom to the slaves.wno, on their island, endure a bondatre more complete, though not mure detested than their own. The 'Mouroe doc trine' may not cover tho case of Cuba; bur the universal conviction ol Amernaus that th'8 continent is divinely intended for the use ot those who choose to' live on it, and not to pain ner the favorites ot European Kinas and courts, bears directly on the question ot her luture. We shall be sorely disappointed if ever a Spanish Governor-General eats another Ctirist mas dinner in Cuba, unless behind the thick walls and frowning batteries of the Moro Castle." The Battle ol Custozza. Tub fuller accounts aud details of the battle of Cuctozza lead us to wonder, not so much that the Italians were defea'ed, as that they had the hardihood to court a battle under such adverse circumstances. The scene ol the enija'.'enient was w ithin the celebrated "Quadrilateral," and the object aimed ar, we are told, was the seizing of the hue ot railway, some fifteen miles in extent, which connects Peschcira and Verona, for the purpose ol isolating the former fortress, aud affording a basis of operations naainst the latter. But tbo Italians fouud, as they Uad rea son to expect, the entire lino between the two strongholds thoroughly fortified, so as to resist any direct assault they could make upon it; while the Austrian general, having an abun dance of troops, hurled thein upon tho Italians in overwhelming numbers, forcing them from the positions they had occupied, and driving them back across the Mincio. The entire n ovement was an unfortunate one, and reminds us stronpty of several similar assaults and de feats on the part of our own troops during trie late war of tht Rebellion. The deleat of tho Kalians, however, was not such as to soriously mar the efficiency of their army. Indesd, ir it shall learn them wisdom in the avoidance in luture of falling into similar errors, H may prove to be a positive blessing. During tho temporary derangement of the Italian cam paign, however, there is danger that the Aus trians may detach a large portion of thoir force from operations in Veuct'.a, and hurry it to the assistance of Field-Marshal Benedek in the North, giving him such a preponderance of numbers over the Prussians as to enable him to strike a decisive blow in that quarter. The position of Austria is favorable lor such an exhibition of tactics, and it would seem to ba the most natural movement under the circum stances. United States 8natob. The election of a new United States Senator from Pennsylvania, totako place in January next, is creating an intense excitement among the leading represen tatives of the State. We have already a number of candidates. Hon. Simon Cameron, Hon. G A. Grow, lion. John W. Forney, non. Edoab Cowan,, and (bin morning the name ot Hon. Tbaddeus Stevens is announoed. The oontest bids fair to-be both close and spirited. Unless endowed with the spirit of prophecy, we can not predict who will bo vpperujQst, Senator Clark's Dill for Regulating Sena torial Elections. Tni bill reported yesterday from the Committee on the Judiciary, by Senator Clark, of New Hampshire, to regulate the timo and manner of holdmir elections for Senators in Congress is a necessary measure of relorm. Tho Constitu tional provision in regard to this ma'ter is that "Ihe rime", places, and manner of holdlnir elec tions for Senators and KopresettatlTes shall be prescribed in each State by the Legislature thereof, but ihe Congress may at sny time by law make or alter such reeulatlons, except as to the place of choosing Senators." nitherto Congress ba not interfered In this matter, and great irregularities have sprung up. In some of the States the election is held in loint con volition of both Houses of the Legislature, and it otten happens that one branch bein controlled by one political party, and the other by another, they refine t- go Into joint session, aud so an election i put off. In other cases, when the election is made by each House of the Legislature separately, there is a failure to auree. In some ot the States, ns in the celebrated Stockton case tn New Jersey, it has been held that a minority could elect a Senator, by tho previous adoption of the plurality rule. In some of the Western Slates grosser Irregularities hive been practised. Thus, the Legislature ot Kansas for the year 1G4 elected a Senator to succeed General Lane, whose terra of office would not expire uatil subsequent to the election and session of still another Legislature. The person elected, how evtr, never attempted to take his seat under that election, and tho subsequent Legislature paid no attention to the work of its predecessor, but went on and tilled the seat ns though no previous election had been made. These examples are sufficient to show the necessity which has arisen for some detinite and Uniterm method of procedure. Senator Clark's bill provides: "First. That tho Legislature of any State next precidiuc the expiration of Senatorial torms shall elect, on the second Tuesday of in session, a successor of the retirinc Senator. The voting snail be vim voce, and the name ot the person receiving a inaionty of the votes cast in such house shall be entered upon the loiiriml ol each house, and a loint nieetinir of the houses shall be convened at twelve o'clock the following day. and If the same person is found to have received a innjanty, he shull bo declined elected, but if the same i.ersou shall not jiave received a majority ot tho votes of both houses, or neither houe shall have l uled to take pioieedh'gs as i f quired, the loiut as sembly (.ball pioceed to choose viva -oce, and ihe person receiving a majority of votes, nil the members being present ' aud voting, jhnil be declared dulv elected "Second. That when a vacancy shall De exist ine on the opening of a session oi a Legislature, an election shall be held on the Bccond Tuesday ol the ee.-sijn.'aud if a vacancy shall occ ir durhii? the session, it shall be fille t the seoond 'lues-day after itr. announcement. "Third. That the Governor shall certify such election, and the Secretary of State counter sign the certificate to the President of thj fccisare." This bill, if it shall b' conie a law, as we trus1, it may, will diminish the number of contests belore the Senate for disputed seats, and will do away with the irregularity aud contusion w hich are now 60 c'uaracterisiie of Senatorial cleciioLS in the Legislatures. The News by the "C'rty ot London." Tue engagement between the Prussian and Aus tiians, reported by the despatches brought by the Ct'.y of London, took place in Nirthensiern Bohe mia. Pnrdubitz, where the Austrian telegram is anted, Is situated on the railroad directly cast oi Prague. The Berlin despatch cUlins a success for the Prussian arms, resulting in the capture of seven Austrian officers and live hun dred prisoners. It is probabie the engagement was ol no very great magnitude, :tb only a single divibiou of the Prussians was engaged. The PriiFsiana are advancing their entire lines south ward, and a great battle cannot long be avoided. The Austriims ute strengthening their ex treme left at Frankfort by heavy bodies ot Fede ral troops. Prussia offers the beleaguered King ot Hano ver an iillinncc, with a guarantee of his throve, on tho basis of retorm, as terms of honorable capitulation. He will probably accept There are a few additional particulars of tha battle oi Custozza, but nothing of moment. Litekaky. Fa'r copies of manuscripts ma le promptly ; manuscripts correcced; essays, etc.. composed irom materials lurnisuea. uooa references will be given, and the utmost circum spection observed. The above advertisement appears in the Connrissional Globe, with the address of the gen tleman who is kindly willing to write essays, and preserve the utmost circumspection. Tne question naturally arises, Who does this gentle man write essays for, aud why should Washing- ington be selected as hi residence? and the Globe as his advertising medium. ?ome persons who had never met Cougresfmen might infer that Ihe literary adventurer did up speeches lor their delivery. We, however, know better. No honorable gentleman would consent to such a scheme. It is, however, boinewhat noticeable that a striking resemblance exists between the speeches ot certain members, but as great men think similarly, we can easily .account for like expressions occurring. Wo cannot imagine how the literary adventurer lives, for surely he ein have uo Corgiessional patronage. SArLFBCRY, of Delaware, must hni been drunker than usual yesterday, or ho would not have made such a fool ot himself in tho Senate as he did in the utterance of the following remarks upon the Army bill: "Mr. Saulsbdby opposed the proposition to have a certain proportion of the nny composed of colored soldiers. It would lead to strife, collision, and bloodshed. If the secretary of H eir sent negro troops to Delaware to control Ine flection, every man worthy the name of a Dela watian would assi't in driving them from the polls. He (Mr. Saulsbuky) wished for pence and tranquillity, and henco he urged that negroes be not incorporated in the army." "Jt the Secretary of War sent negro troops to Delaware to control the elections !" This is as absurd as it would be to aay, Jf tut Senator from Delaware should behave like a patriol! Neither contingency la likely to ooour. ; Coal in York Cocnty. It is an unquestiona ble lact that there is coal In York county, aud the specimens which hav been trio lustily the beltel that tbey are ot a superior quality. Messr. J-eph T. Ferree and Alexander Blessing, both ol Hellani township, have leased three tracts of land, containing anthracite coal. There are two veins of solt coal on Miodaol Blessing's farm, la Conewago township, about 200 yards from Bless ing's (lormerly Nieman's) mill, the veins run ning to the dam of aid mill. There are Indica tion. ot plenty o( coal t this plage, XX CHESTNUT ST. V FAMILY SEWING-MACH1NES SPECIAL NOTICES. f Sft ihe 8etid Page for additional Srecial Notices. OI'TICE of the onion passkng er KAI'.WAY COMPANY, TW HTY-1HIRD nd ISH0W5 Htrcoti rnitABP.tPHiA, July 7, 18-iA, At a meeting ofttie Boar J or Director, held thin dsr, Dividend ot 1 M oer share wm doo'arnd. n- m tr payable on tad alter MONDAY, July 16. The trannfer bnnkn will h nlnaa 1 nn n1 .n.. wc-n- NESDA Y. 11th tnntant, and ooened on the 16th. T 10 U w. H. K KM RLE, Treasurer. KSg OFF1CK OF THE MAYOR OF THE CITY OF PIIILATtKI.PIIIA. . . Jiiit 7. H8. In view of the terrlb'e ca'amliv which li heiminn the city ol Portland, by which ihonounds of poMont liuve bH'U deprived oi fund and alie ler. 1 ileetn It nmnnr to Invite conn Ibutlona In be hall ol the iuflercrni ana io eat lo uiy icliow citbrns that 1 will be hapny to ,orwrJ but rums tbey ma rend mo tor thin purpose. (uov muKiun juc.m icii nbt,, Maror. CT.AniK TO MF.UIT 'EfcM.F8' COMPOUND CAM PHOH TROCHES." l.t- l liey prompt I check Dinrrhn-a, lid The nubfliit) Crumps and Puln in tbe Stomach. fidi hey conect elli-cta oi bail water. 4ih Ihev ore necoKunrv io an Travellers. !Sih 1 bey aie convenient an a Pocket Komedv. lilh They ere a combination of dliruaive ttlmiilnntg, eciltulveH. and n nKetiti. excel Inn In ellec l'Ciicw any known remttlt loi Kiuillar purposed. C" 2 1 0t4 J xc iihI e inHker (coveted by lawi. C- II NtLULbi. TWMi'll and K A Jl. Nireete. Phi adolpbla. tr-V MVTICK APPLICATION II As i been made lor tbn renewal or the fnllnwlnir I ITY fcOM AJfH CKKTlFIt' TK8 OF NTO K. drawn to the mi tmcolber'g order, and stalea irom his flre- preoi,, nines irw, viz. : City 6 por cent (newi, Xns. 12 4 53 12 4 3. 12,4t4. 12 )!: (lernion.own Hank. Jos. 14:fl. 90,119; Cotnmon Tica.th Hank. No. 50; Arch st Theatre. No 2; Point Hrecza Purk, No 11; Cap Mining Com inn r. No. All persona are cuutioued uxolnst receiving tho puma. Ulfttaitlu C.VSPKlt HUFl'. GROCERIES. AMKICAN TEA COMPANY, AMERICAN TEA COMPANY, AMERICAN TEA COMPANY, AMERICAN TEA COMPANY, AMERICAN TEA COMPANY, AMERICAN TEA COMPANY, IMPORTERS OF TEAS, II uvo token the E tote NO.!);i3 ARCH 6TRKET, KO.DIM AHCII Sl'IlKKT, NO. D.-J3 AltCH STUHKT, Chapman's former store, where they have opened an la mense stock ot the purest TEAS, COFFEES, ANID SPICES, Which thoy will sell at the very lowest market prices, WilOl-BSALE AND ERT.VIL. Only the host and purest good no id. TAKE NOriOK. POSITIVELY NO MI'BErumESTATION Of an article u-rior any clrcuiustanccs. ALL OUK COFFKES KOlU'ED Without water, lard, or urease. The best Sl'00 sud SI -25 Oolong Tea in the country, irj tne Tea Mixture oi' the American Tea Comi any, ihe most delicious lu tho country, at SI Vt. The very best uncolored Japanese Teas at 100, 1 25, and tl-sn. Tbo best and purest roasted lllo CofTeo, at 30 centx; tbe very best Impoited. 35 cents. Tte best and purest Layuayru, Java, aud Jamaica Cotiie In the country. Orders received, and sent free to oil parts of tho city and ci.uuiry. THE AMERICAN TEA COMPANY, 7 10iuth?19t No. 03' AttCII htroet E W SMOKED SALMON. JUST EECEIVED, VERY FINE NEW SMOKED SALMON, IN FINE OKDEK, SIMON COLTON & CLARKE, 4 14WM 8. W. cor. B HO AI) and WALNUT. gNOW FLAKE FLOUR, THE FINEST IN THE WORLD. DAVIS & RICHARDS, ARCH and TENTH Sti Q. It EM PEAS, G lit EN COKN, J.KK8U PEACHES, K lttSH TOMATOES, PJLOMS, A1-13E11T O. UOUKKTS DEALK.lt IN FINE GROCERIES, 13 4p Coi. ELK.VENTH and VINE Street. NEW PUBLICATIONS. DUNNING THE GAUNTLET. XV By Edmund Yates au.hur of "Broken to liar nDiil" 19tiiA li,rli .-&n illE AFoflTLLS. ay Kenan, author ot Llfe of WHO GOK THERE? A Record from Washington to Z TaHor. frl 25 J ,, ., JiMIS httCTUS BOOTH (the Elder). By hia Daughter. 2! ... . All ihe liew Publication of the du In paper and cloth blmllnus, at leu tnan puniisucrs' prices. 8traniien' city Guide. Hallway Guide. Stationery , ..(.. Ai..i the luruniat and cheaneat ataurimunt of Fho- to.reph Albuun. card and Imperial Fhutokrxpbi In ilio W AGIO PnOTOH, the new wonder, 2Scontg a pack. EVEUY 8A1 UhDAY lor thU week. ID -at. it V . J 1 1 til r,a, 1 jtnitum No BOB CHKMKUT .street OC H OOL FIELD'S CIIOIERA AND DIA.URIICEA FILLS, Cuie ill kinds of Bowel Complaint, andili GASTRIC AND LIVEB PILLS Are the bent remedy for all iilaeaaei of tbeStomacU and Liver WHOLESALE ACJENTS. J. W. DALLAM 4 CO., SECOND AND CtLLOWUILL. 7 10 la UIESKELL'S MAGIC OIL CUBKS TETTER, XBT8ITELAS, ITCH, BCALD HEAD. AND ALL SKIS DISEASES. WAKBAHTFD TO CUKE OB MONET KEFUNDEii Tor aale by all Dinttgleta. TBHrCIFAX DEPOT t No. 53 South THIRD Street, Akove CUetmt, I MOUNTAIN HOUSE CIIESSON SPRINGS, , On the Summit of the Allegheny Mountains 18 SOW OPEN FOR IHE BKCEPTION OF QUESTS lnce taut reaoen additional bnlldlnps have been com plvtd at d turmrhcil. addmir preatly io our leuie lor Hccommodatlon. The houikIh have bt-ea vary miicb lmiiroved. A Hand ba bei. cnaaed ur the anaaon. 'neilvirt la in atlendonce. i-xeumioti Tickew are UhVrO by the Ti nn-yivanla Kaftroad, good until Oombe 1. Tawnpcra leavinK I'bllaiielpbla at It A M , come tl.ronwh tf I'reuon in darl ght. Ail through trains atop I'eraona wiablng to entage rooms, can do a by ad drewinK (IKOIldK W. M(JL.L,I1V. CHESSON 6PRIN03, 6 2fl Ira Cnrabrla County, Pennarlvanla. 3 U R F HOUSE, ATLANTIC CITY, N. J A FIRST-CLASS HOTEL, IX EVERY RESPECT, IS NOW OPEN. ADDRESS, WILLIAM T. CALEB, 81 Im PROPRIETOR, N. B. Tfce Saterlcc Band i engaitcd for theaeaion, 2 X O II A N G E H O T E L, A'JLANTIC CITY. The cub'cntcr, sratoijl for past fa7or, tendon tlinnka to his patrous aud the public tor tho gouerous custom aivcn utm, and ooira loave to i-ay that his l.mife la now open lor tho aoasou and ready to ro- coivo loa'Ors, permanetit and tranaicnt, on tlie moft rnodcrato terms. I no bar wlil always bo eup- p icd wl h the cboiceot ol wines 1 quors, and clears, and Miperlor old alo. Tho tables will be sot with tho lest tho market aflord. Fisbinp linen and tnckle always on hand. Stable room on the premifcs. All tho comd.-rta of a boms can always be found at the ExcUaiitfo. GEORGE HA. YD AY, 614thftu2iii rKul'RIKlOR. RATIONAL II O T E h i :xcurvSJ ox 1 io use, Atlantic Citv, N. J. The nndcrslcned huvlnn leased the above favurtte es tflbltf.cirnt ana having refitted and r.'iiintlbed it throiiK.' out It wlil be open tor tbe reception ol guosU, on HA 1U Ml AY J lino 16 18C6. 1 be table will be supplied with the oest the aeaien tfTords Including Oysters r'ish, Clnirs etc. etc., and none hut the purest Wine. Liquor, Cluars, ttJ.,bj ltctcdlortho Ilur. CoUiinlttccs of Excurslona will And It tho only placo In the city white tin y can be ac.ouimot)a:ed, huvuig the lurgcut buH-roou., aud music lrco of charge. J. VlL.L,Ii.TT, CHlm PkOPKIF-TOB. TJJS1TED S T A T E S 110 T E L, ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. Will open lor the recipilon ot guests on WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27. 1333. PODWOUTH'S BAND engaged lor tho seiisou. I ersons dcsirlnif to cngaue rooms wl'.l address lillOWN V V(Jlil,l'l',li. l'i:ori;IErOKS. ATLANTIC CITV , Or No. 827 H1C11MOND Ktreet, 69 2uirr Tbiladcluhia. M E 11 C 11 A X T S' II O T E L, CAPE ISLAND, N. J. This Hotel being i-ntlielr refitted uiid refurnished In the beat mnnnc-r. IS xiOW OVEN FOU THK KECK1' HON OF UirKoTH. Tbe house Is lo:nted near tbe ocean, and every atten tion n 111 Le gltcn to merit the patronage of the public. MeJSUTT fc MASON, 6 22 tt l'KOI'BI ETOKS. 3 13 1 II N ' S C O T T A G 13, (ADJOINING AlcMAKIN'd HOTEL), CAPE ISLAND, NEW JERSEY. This new and hundsome Hotel, bul!t In the Italian Villas. vie uud coliulittuilv located, immediately on tno brach at the foot ol ferry street, rape lalauU, New Jer sey, is now open toi me reception oi vmiiois. in its election no rains or expense have been spared toseuute tho eoinirrt ul its guests; and bclux newly lurnUlud thioUfchout lu ihe most cluucut uud rrektrelu: stylo it is one ot tbe most plea. ant uud attractive stoppiug places ou the lslund. Among its elegantly turntshed apartmt-nts will be found two superbly titled up Ice Cream Hiiloom, where the tliolcesi I'rcams, Water Ices, Coulee tions, Jellies, etc.. whl always tie icuuu. m i il. n. 1 1 j(w Buperintendent. HONGllESS HALL, CAPE ISLAND, N. J., WILL BtMAIN OPEN UNTIL OCTOBER 1. There has been added to tt Is popular Uouso since last season, the entire Ocean House propeny, glvinu an ocean iruiu oi over 12U feci, and over 3M rooms irouuugaiid lu lull view oi the sea. A penect system of sewerage and drainage has been ccmpleleo, a nature possessed by .ew iiotois ouuitde of large cities. The appointments of the House throughout have re ceived a utost careful supeivlsiou, surt,ested by the ex perience o: oast seasons, i or upai tmeuis. sue ress J. t CAKK, Cougreas I lull. HaFs'.er's Jlrass and String Bana. lit t7 14 riUiK WARM SPRINGS, NEAR HUNTING L den, I'eniisylvanla This dellgbtiul suinmor resort, live ini.es oi rib of the J'euusylvaiuit Kai road, at Hun tingdon l a., is now opeu lor tin accoinuiodutlon ot visiters. The location is beuutliul tbe wuter luvigo ruting, One grouu.Ua loi huniiug, diivlng, eto. toue cu t k, near tbo hpriugs, allorus good .water tor fishing. '1 lii-re Is no moie rou.uuuu iput ui the country, and lor ipvulids ihe treab air unci sweet seouery are especially tleiialite. 'ihe I'ei.iisylvama Ualiroad I oinpatiy will hf lie excurs on tickets to visitors irom June 10 to Octo l erl oiiiiurtnblo cuacbes ruu dally beiweeu the SinfriB untl Hunt ngdou. For particular, address mo, at lluutluudou. fa. WILi I AM J. GHSSINGER. Proprietor. Iieterences uon. v illlam A. Forter, Colonel Charles T .Matthew unnom street baths; L T. Wattaou, l'reslilent lluntibgden und liroad Top Itailro.id C'om paitTt Colonel A. K. ChuUibers. firm of. Chambers sc aiteb, No SI N. 'I bird street Charles 11. Allmond, Esq , l'roprletor Washington .douse, 8 20 lot HE TAMMANY HOUSE, NORTH CAROLINA AVENUE, NEAR THE DEPOT, ATLANTIC CITT, N. J. The snbscrbor takes pleasure In Informlni ld former Daiiousaud tbe pubic, that the above house is now open where he villi be happy to receive all who way lavor htm with a call. lu connection with the Hotel, he bos opened a FIRST CLASS HILL LAUD UOCM. ELIAS CLEAVER, 6141m JTLOI'RIETOB. "WHITE HOUSE, ATLANTIC CITY. N J. WILLIAM W1IITEIIOUSE, Pbopkietob. Transient and Permanent Boaiden taken on Liberal TeiiujL S2Jlutwrp CONTINENTAL HOTEL, LONO BRANCH, N. J. This new mammoth hotel, the i.arvest la the country. Is now open lor tbe season. Accommeuatlous for IsOi peisons. AddxMl BPRACCE 4 STOKES, (18 1 rroprMors, SUMMER RESORTS. SUMMER RESORTS. gUMME 11 II K SOUTH ON LINK OK Reading RallroaiJ and Branches. MAX $ ion uousr, MO try T CAtWOlV, jr.rs. Caroline VI unCcr. 1 otihVtile p. 0 bcbuyklll t 1VSCAR0RA HOTEL, ana Hannah Ailller, Tufcsrrra P. O., Fcbnjlilll c MAllAfrOY C17 T HO TfL, tl. W. Kiost, ! alienor Uiy P. O.. sehnylkfll c. wniTE HomE, Mrs. Hti'on Vsrmori, Pesilfng P. O ASDALVSIA, Jnnns H. Mae'tlia. l eading P. O. liyikg firms as ho ikl. It. a. E n.iih. vv tidrrsvflie P. C. lirrk.se soum MovNTAix no USE, 11. II. W atioc t acti, Wcn.elsc'oif P. 0., Herksc. cold firms gs hotel, Lebanon co., CLar cs ticcdtrn el, ITarrlsburg P. O. LOYEKSTOWN SEMISA11Y. J. U.lli:k, Ho) eta. own P. 0., Berk ea. YELLOW fil'Iity G? 110 1 EL, t. K. r'nydtr, yellow f prints P. 0 Cfieeierc. L171Z fifHTNGfi, Sonuel lltbtentbelor. LltfP 0., Lancasterce El'Ilh'ATA MOUNTAIN THINGS, Alexander H. KcUhei, Kphralu 1. O.,t.ancosti r C srr.ii.21. lhtiC. 4 2;i.Iid gUMMEll TIIAVEL, Via Kordi reiiusjlvania ..a.lro.ia. CB0RTF.8T ANI MO.-T FLEAtANT KOTTTK. T MLKESEAltKK, MAfCil CIlUSiK. KASTOX, EtlHI.EHKM, IllAZLRTUlV AKD ALL roiNTS IN THK I.cliigU and Tycming ral!eys. Ccmrcodicus Cars, Bmocth Track, Fine Scenery, Excellent Hotels Are the N'Clnltlli ol Mils flume. Tbroufh to AMikesbnrre and 31uch Cburli without cbanseoi cars. n.eiiiH load between the summit ot tie mountain, i.l.o N i.kii-ji.rie opt i.u up vlevti, ol uusurpaf.tetl Leu my, mu tbe nivt hi, lei pro liesthe test uuu uiust ample no la. it otatltlis 'ui suu.uier visitors l :.cui.ou T cleis irem I'hilaUe phla to principal pi.liiis, irn.t u r l.nA. TilKt.i Ol-Ht en t,WLV ut re iiuitti it.tcs m faluruajs, ooo to return till oudur evtiiine m urslen 'I Ickeis to Wl kesbarre. i;ood lor ton days, mud any loy. TLKolUti FAINS. Cars have tl.c Intuit, IlilHii und TflOVH'SON !- tt ets i.t 1 20 Al . :i im p. y , inn! 5 If. P. u. It r t artieu.ars see time tub'e in atiotlu rcolnmn. t 2n,n K1.L1S CLaltK. Agent 011Cir-:TLT ltOl'TK TO TilK SEA SUOUE 0 Cai.DI- N , ND ATLANTIC K.II.UuAi. ttlMAlt-K .MIPaMJLJjKNT. lliK L".ll l.v Wo r UlKi. Klvo Irnins Oa ly to Ailanrlc . itv, ana ono on tindar Ou m:d al er i hlJKtlAY, June id. lstU. traits will cave u.e tieet Ferry as lu lews: 'jec.ai J5.cui3ii.il OHO A H J.ui 7-tu A. Ml Freight, vith Pasxeuger Cur attiichcd 9 if, .m. Ixpiei-si biotitn in two hours) .lid ' . fj. Atlantic Accou iiiooiitloti 415 , KE1LIIMM L1IAVE ATLANTIC. specltl Itxcursiuu !i 18 P.M. 4 4(i p. iU '' It "J A. M. 1 xpiei-s 1 lir- ui.ii lu two hours, 7(13 A. Jt. Acci mnitidtitlcu 550 A j. jui.c.lon Act mo o. aiion tuJncksun uud ln- teuiK uia e smilons. 11 avts Vine street n 3H V M. linuniing lt avts .iMi kvoti (i-32 A. M, HntltU Mield Atcoinmodatioi. Train leu"ca Vine K.et Ill l.i A. M and 2 OOP Al. Leaves II, diUmlied l-ittj. m Muiia- ft P M. Mitiir flii.il 'Jn.iu tu Atniitic icuvcs Viue street at T 3ii A Ai. and a t aiiMc at 4 15 P Al. Fi.re 10 Atlantic hi Kouud t.ip ticlie's, aooO only tor the day ai d train on which ibey nte Issued. 3. lbe I hl aoeiptiia r xprcss outpunv. Pritici.iul OfHc No Vt H. M11I1 street. Rraneii Office No 3!) S 1 nrve, above Vine wll attend to tho usual braujbea tl express business along the lino ot iher.ud, unJ de liver buigawe. etc., to at.il from all truins ( kii s i f every descripilou culled lor and forwarded bvejrress 'o A'untlc itv tinov a'l wnv stallons on the read Baggage checked Irom reoidonce at Phlla uelpbla 10 hole, orcottage at Atlantic ity (25 2m .KIHK ll linVAKR lirunt lAMDF.N AND AM BUY, PHILADELPHIA WAKlT It A mio A UhAND EXCURSION AEBlNGLMENT Fob TOUKiaTS AND 1L..ASURE TBAVBL TO KIAOAR. FALLS, MOS 1T.EAL, Q17EHFC. THE WUlTh MOItNTI.b L.-KE Or;OKUK. 8ABA 1 OU A . I L A WAR , vVaTEK , OAP, EIC. ti'O Ttese excursion routes nro arratine 1 tor the special aeeoinmorliitiou of tnurUta and pleasuro invulon. eubli them to visit tho celeorated waterlnt- places of the Ninth, at much less tiiau regular rite, o lure Tickets aood uoiil November 1st, lfbti and entitle the hoitier to stop ovei at anv po.nton the rou e. For 'l Icketa, intormatfon, una elrnu ars descriptive of the routes, unplv at the 'i ickct Office of the company, o 8i cbt(-UT Hircet Continoiitii! Hotel. 6 30 2m W. h. CATZAtK It, Anont loit oaX'jeT may. Corcmtncing A10NDAY July 2. 18fiB Trains will leave (Cpier Kerry) Aiarkot s.reet, rhKadolphht ua loliows : d 111 A. Al,. Morning Ms II. 2 CO P. Ai. Cape a, ay Accommodation. lietuinlng will 'esve .ape ioLuuu B ;:0 A. M., Morning Man. 5 (ill P M. Cape Alay txpresi. Titl-et Ofilc , at FeiT loot if Market street, and No. 8Jb( bc.nui street, ( ontlnenal Hotel PersoiiB purcbasinir -tickets of the A pent, at No 823 Chesuut stiret can by leuvlng orders, have llielr buK ui:e called for uud checked at their residences by cruliaiu'a liakaae tx'ncw. Ml!8 J VAN KKN.sWELAEB, Hnperlntendent. HOLDZKOM I10USK, UKIUANTINK 1 15KACH, Is now opeu lor the season, with many lmniove mects, gebd flshlnir and tuumlng ba lung unsurtmssod. .lr. Iloizkoni's yacht. tne "Mary." will convey passen ger to the hotel, lerms, fcl'J rer wek. 1 3Jittj Wll, UOLllsSvOvl. I roprlotor. TT N I T K D 8 T A T K H 11 O T E L. U. LONG 1IHASCII, M.J, Is now open for the reception 01 visl ors. ' 7 Slin BEN J. AMIOE Al AKKIt, Proprietor. QTKIOLEDEeT-TROUTVOIGr A CO., IO beg most tesiecttiill 10 call tbe attention ol the public at largo to their nowly-lnvcnteu Patcut, TUK UN1VEUSAL AfAEVIISl, which, by dlscharglnd a percussion cap, mide expressly or tbe purpose, will prove very eiicctu.l la the prevea tlou ot uufulurle. etc. '1 he loi, owing aie soino of Its ere at advantages : 1st. elnipllcity 01 construction cheapness ana ease In, applicailou, ao that a servaut or ebba may set it. 'd. rreedonmom rianeertwoersonso, propertr, 3d. Vnlversalliy 01 aDollta ion toanv part 01' Poor, Window. Uruting, Sbuiter, Cafe, Uardea, Prweiva, Fisu 1 end eto. t . . 4th. It gives s check to burglars by alarming the ln uia cs, nelulthois and police. . , Ath lbe mind bieiieved irom much painful anxiety. Id lemule loneilne,t or old axe esptxslaiiy when aitiolo of neat value are kept In tbe house. 6th. It Is a uulveraul protection 10 travellers to fasten on cbauiler doors. 7th lis oousuuctlon li simple and not UaUe to get out mKEtTlONS FOB FSE AOOOMPASr EVEBi IS- We have put our article at the low price or ONE DOLL AH, Inclusive of 26 caps and It cannot be got chiaper either Hum us or irom our agents, Fur luxUier particulars Inquire ot or adun s,. BiElULEDKE. IUOOT, VOIGT & CO Wfllce, No. 624 WALviri' r-irwet. Boom tie 18. We will send the ALARMIST any port ol th c untry on receipt ei pilce, and. Vt cents extra toe postaiie. Couulry Agents wanted, 6 29 Ira IMPROVED ELLIPTIC HOOK LOCZ-STITCvH 6EWIHQ 1IACHINE3 01FWE, No. 923 CUESNUT S TEE El. ELOAC BEWINU AU.CUINE8. Bepalred and