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THE DAILY EVENING TK 1 KG 1 A PH . 1 M 1 1 1 J )K 1 il'H I A; SATURDAY, -SElTEMHEH 1 , 1800.
(kmlmucd from (he Third Page.
Dkmhom is one of the aMoHt ruen that Ohio
has ever Riven to (he service of the republic.
He hai held many positions of honor and trust,
has boon Governor of the State, and was the
successor of Montgomery Blair n Postmaster
General In Mr. Lincoln' Cabinet. Disagreeing
with President Johnsou on the jjoneral outline
of hi "poller" with regard to the late Insurrec
tionary States, he nevertheleM held to his posi
tion until the Wiirwam Convention caused a
complete and final breach, and his voluntary
exit from the Cabinet. '
IlAf-stiitKK was recently the United States
Minister to the Republic of Ecuador, South
Garfield has made his way from the humble
position of driver of a canal boat team to that
of a Major-General, and a leading spirit in the
National ITouse of Representatives. He is a
" native of Ohio, and a lawyer by profession.' In
1K59 and 1RG0 he was a member of the Ohio
Senate. In 1861 he entered the army as Colonel
Of the42d Ohio Volunteers, and In 1862 was
commissioned a Brifrftrlier-Onerai. He served
at the battle of Chick amaua as Chief of Staff to
General Rosecranz, and was made a Major-
General for bis gallant conduct In that memora
T)le action. In December. 1803, he entered tho
lower House of Congress.
Scrunch, Delano, Eooleston, and Sheixa
VAROEn aro faithful Representatives in Con
gress of a thoroughly radical constituency.
On the 22i1 of Aupust, his Excellency Gover
nor Curtiu issued the following circular, ad
dressed to each one of the radical Representa
tives of the State in the present Congress:
Sib: The Southern Unionists who are to
meet in the citv of Philadelphia -on the 3d of
September, declare in their call that they ap
prove tne action oi tjoneress, ana desire the
restoration ot tne uovernment on the basis pre
sented to tue people in tne amendments pro
posed to the Constitution. Kctrardinor vou and
your colleagues who sympathize with them as
proper representatives of the sentiment that in
duced their call, 1 1i vite you to meet them, and
Kive meir councils such neip and encourage
ment as will contribute to the restoration of per-
Binucm peace ana prosperity to our country."
The Union State Central Committee subse
quently announced, In an address signed by
Col. Frank Jordan, its Chairman, the delegates
at large. The whole delegation is as follow.:
'delegates at laugh.
Andrew G. Curtin. Simon Cameron,
bencral John W. Geary, John W. i'oruey.
2. Charles O'Neill,
3. .Leonard Myers,
4. WiJIiam D. Kelley,
6. M. Kussell Thaer,
7. John M. Broomail,
9. T liaodous Stevens,
18. Uhsses Mcrcur,
14. George F. Miller,
il6 William Eoontz,
1 17. Abialiam A. Barker,
!18. Stephen F. Wilson,
1H. UlliUUl W, CGIIOUUIU,
1U I liar.es v. Culver,
21. J aro 08 K. Moorhcad,
23. Thomas Williams.
21. George V. Lawrence.
Curtin, the present Governor of the State,
has thoroughly identified his name with the
history of the country by the earnestness with
which he devoted all his energies to rcpleling
the ranks of tho army during the civil war, and
by bis uniform kindness to the men at the front,
which ha3 gained for him the title of "the soldier's
friend" par excellence. He is now the most
prominent candidate lor the seat in tho United
States Senate which the Hon. Edgar Cowan, by
his recent political course, will forfeit on the 4th
of March next.
Geary, the present candidate for Governor of
the Natrona! Union Republican party, is a man
of great executive ability as well as of large
military experienc. He was the first Mayor of
the city of San Francisco, and held various
judicial and military positions in California,
both when it was a Territory and after its ad
mission into the Union. He was the last ap
pointnient as Territorial Governor of Kansas
made by President Buchanan, and was also a
colonel in the Mexican war. On the breaking
out of the Rebellion, he again entered the army,
as an aid to General Banks. He was advanced
per salttm to the rank ot Brigadier, and after
wards to that of Major-General of volunteers,
Cameron is a man who has so engrafted his
same and reputation Into the political and legis
lative relations of our country, that a detailed
account of his career would be superfluous. He
la a living example of the axiom, that "Thero is
no excellence without great labor." He raised
himself, by his own unaided efforts, from a jour
neyman printer to a position in the govern
mental economy of our great country second to
none in influence and trust. For ten years he
was a Senator ot the United States, and he has
been Secretary of War, Minister to Russia, and a
prominent candidate for the Presidency.
Fohnkt is the well-known editor of the Press,
of this city, and of the Chronicle, of Washington.
He is now Secretary of the United States SeHate,
and a prominent candidate lor Mr. Cowan's scat
O'Neill was born in Philadelphia, and
a lawyer by profession. In 1850 he was
elected to the lower House of the State Legisla
ture, and served two years, and one year also in
the State 8enate. In 1H62 he was elected to the
Thirty-eighth Congress, and has served two
terms. He is now a candidate for the third
Myers is a native of Bucks county, Penn
sylvania. He is a lawyer by profession, and
has been Tery successful. He was elected
a Representative In Congress from tho Third
District in 1862, and has served two terms. He
was renominated by the Congressional Conven
tion which met on Wednesday last
Kelley commenced life as copy uoy in a
printing office; studied law under Colonel James
Page, and was admitted to the bar in 1851;
served, mibsenuently, as a Judge of the Court
of Common Pleas of Philadelphia. He was
elected to the Thirty-seventh Congress, and re
elected to each succeeding Congress, and is
again a candidate,
Thateb la a native of Petersburg, Va. lie
studied law and was admitted to the bar in
1842. ne was elected to the Thirty-eighth Con
gress, and returned to the Thirty-ninth. He
has been again nomlnated.but declines a re-election.
Bboomaix Is a prominent lawyer of Delaware
county. He has served several terms in the
State Legislature; was elected to tho Thirty
eighth Congress, and again to the Thirty-ninth,
and is now a candidate for re-election. For
many years before he succeeded in getting into
the House of Representatives, he was a candi
date in opposition to the Hon. John Hickman.
V Stevens is anatlve of Vermont, and a graduate
of Dartmouth College. AfteT practising aj the
bar for some years in Adams county, he was
elected, In 1835, to the 6tate Legislature;' and
was re-elected five times. In 1848 be was
elected to the Thirty-first Congress, and has
been returned reguUry to each miceecding
Sc'uohki.d is a native of New York, and was
admitted to the bar in Warren county, Pa., in
)K43, subsequent to which he served a number
of terms in tlie State Legislature. Io 13G1 he
was elected ; Presiding' Jutlge,of the Eighteenth
District Court. In 1SGJ ho was elected to the
Thtrty-ciahth Congress, and re-clerted to the
Moorhkad was elected to the Thirly-sixth
Congress in lH5d, and returned regularly to each
succeeding Congress. He is an extensive cotton
manufacturer, and is immensely wealthy.
The National Union Ccutrai Committee of this
State, on the 2!th of August, appointed, among
others, the lollowmg
Gen. A. E. Itornside,
Henry H. Anthony,
Thomas A. Joucket,
John 8. Miuth.
Nathan F. Dixon,
11. dears, D D , A.L. D
Bcbnbide, the second commander of the Anny
of the Potomac, and the prescut (lOvcrnor of the
State, has made a record that is too well known
to need any comment.
Anthony is of Quaker ancestry, and is a
graduate of Brown University. He was for
many years the editor of the Providence Jour-
nal, with which paper he still maintains an
editorial Connection, ne wa9 elected United
States Senator In 185!) and re-elected in 184.
Si-baouk has received a liberal education, and
is one of the proprietor of the leading cotton
manufactory of the United States. In 1861 he
was elected Governor of Rhode Island, and in
1862 was elected to the United States Senate
from his native State. ' In tho same year Presi
dent Lincoln commissioned him a Major-Gene
ral of Volunteers. He is immensely wealthy,
and is the President of several bauks and insu
rance companies, but is only thirty years of age.
Jf.nckf.s is considered the best authority in
the United States on the law of patents and
bankruptcy. He was elected a Representative
in Congre.-s in 1863, and re-elected in 18115. ne
has obtained a great increase in his reputation
by the authorship of the National Bankrupt bill,
which he has kept pending in the House of
Representatives ever since be became n member
of that body.
Dixon is a graduate of Brown University, and
also ot the law schools of Harvard and Yale.
Alter practi.-ing law for some years, he was
elected to the General Assembly of Rhode Islaud.
In 1H1! he was elected to the lower House of
Congress, and again iu 1803. He still holds his
scut in that body.
Among the delegates appointed by the Union
State Central Committee arc the following
DKLKQATK8 AT LAKOE.
J. uke 1. 1'oiand,
George F. Kumnnds,
Frod. K Wooflbridge;
Jublin 8. Morrill,
John B. Page,
J. tregory bmith,
C. VV. Williard,
K. I1. Walton.
Dillingham is a native of Massachusetts, but
removed to Vermont when very young. He
was the recipient of a liberal and thorough edu
cation. He is a lawyer by profession. He has
held various local offices of importance in Ver
moot, and has served a number of times in the
Legislature of that State. He wa9 elected to
Congress in 1843, serving four years, and is the
present Governor of the State.
Polano Las been Chiel Judge of the Supreme
Court of Vermont, and succeeded the Hon.
Jacob Collanier in the United States Senate, In
1861. He is a lawyer of first-class reputation.
Edmunds, a distinguished lawyer, is at prescut
a Senator from this State. He was elected to
succeed the venerable Senator Foote on his
Morrill has acquired considerable distinc-
tion for his study and of public course upon the
question of a foreign tariff. He was elected to
Congress in 1856 and served eight years. He
was re-elected to the Thirty-ninth Congress,
Woodbridoe is also a lawyer ot considerable
note, and ha9 served five years in the State
Legislature. He was elected a Representative
in 1863, and was again elected to the present
Gardner has been Lieutenant-Governor of
Smith was the predecessor of Dillingham as
Governor of the State.
The following delegation was appointed by the
Union State Committee:
DELEGATES AT LA BOB.
Hon. Timothy O. Iiowe, Looius Fairchild,
lion. W. 1). Jlclndoe. I Hon. Levi Hubbtll.
It albert E.l'alne, Col. E. L. Buttrick,
O. 11. Waldo,
ICol. Wm. Li. Utloy,
lion. C, C. b holes,
2. Ron. James 1'. Lewis,
lion. J. It. Cuasoda;.
Ti. . Hale.
8. Gen. 1 hoi. S. Allen,
Hon. J. Allen liai ber.J
lion, J. 11. Kountroe,
4. Hon. Wm. E. Smith,
Hon. K. 11. Galloway,
Hon. W. 11. Ramsey,
5. Gen. B.J. Sweet,
Hon. (ieorge Gary,
Hon. E. L. Brown,
6. Gen. J. M. Rusk, ,
Hon. M. A. Fulton,
Hon. J. G. Thorpe,
111. l. nann.
Hon. David Atwood,
Hon J. C Hopkins,
Major J. M. Bingham. :
Hon. Allen Wordon,
Hon. J. H. Warren,
Hon. 8. 8. Wilkinson.
Hon. J. A. Beniley,
Col. (Inn Hatcb,
ir. L. H. Cary.
Hon. M. L Kimball,
Hon. Joseph Harris,
iCapt. D. W. C. Wilson,
i uon. A, D. JHCUIIl,
I Charles Seymour,
Howe Is a native of Maine, and a man of
varied accomplishments. He is a lawyer of
note, and was elected to the United States Senate
from Wisconsin in 18C1 ; previous to which he
had served two terms in the Legislature of the
same State, and been a Judge ot the State Ctr-
McIndoe is a native of Scotland, and came to
this country while quite young. He was en
gaged for a time in mercantile life. He served
four terms injthe Legislature of WiRconsln, and
was Presidential Elector in 1856 and in 1860.
In 1861 he became ' a member of the lower
House of Con cress, retaining his seat to the pre
sent time. ,
Fairchild is the present Governor of the
The 1" n I o 11 League of America.' ;
This body will have a special representation
in the Convention, consisting of the following:
Governor Wm. Bebb, 111., Hon. Sidney Clark, Kan.,
it . XT V
Hon. J . H. Rice. Haiae.
H. A. Pierce, California. .
J. It. ilawes, Iowa,
Hon. J. i Detrees, Ind.,
H h.Fowle. Indiana,
Hon. J. C. Wetmore, O.i
J. W. Jones, O..
lion. T VV. Mots, Masi.,
Col G. Tufa, Haas.,
Hon. John 11 l'aye, Vt.,
Hon. N. Ordwar, N. H
Hon. B. DoukIhhi, Conn.,
Hon. W. l). Washburn,
Hon. P. fcawyer, Wis.,
J, M. Howard, Nebraska!
J. WooHev. Delaware,
Hon J.M Kdmunds, tl'm,
Hon. J. B. yrieraon. Ten..
Col. J. H. James. Tenn.,
James Mullins, Tenn..
Jamoe llavis, Tenn ,
I. a. Clark. Missouri.
Joseph, ti. Keed. N. J., .
ti. I . uoiaaboroua-n, Ha.,
James M. Cooper, l'a.,
i iiuotnf Marier, o. (j.,
brans, L, C.
EW CHFiSNtiT STRKKT TIIKATUrj.
OH FAN OT utrtet abova Tirelftn
WM, K. MNN A U hemtm.
Doors opc at 7 1 Curiam at ft.
LAST OF 1 llr HU M M i U SF.AION.
LA.ST MUHT OK HUMMFR fRI('tH.
I.AhT MOIIT OK TDK
Olf'TTn AMI VF.RHA'IU.K CUMrDIFNNi:,
M1WJ NOKMIK OK. MAltOl.Rn;n
TWO 81'M-NDIO IIK.CLs.
A 41KKA r HILL.
The prlonror wUl commence with the beautliol
Play, tn three act, n lllwl
reu Womrig-tmi...MlM NOt- Ml K ik M BOtlF.KTTTF.a
lo cmoiuue wim ine nmenie-ta, in two cm, ntvlca
Till', AVUAHNAltOII'H .VII'K
Lad F.IIZRl'Otli Itubb Minn UK MAROUF.HITTF-3
i ttupprt'l Djr the
llll l, HTHI'.NOTM OF THF. OOVPANT.
WOK DAY KVKMNU HeptPinbor J,
FIK8T NH1IIT OF 'I MR
HF.GtTLAK KALI, AM WISI'KK SEASON,
and flint appearance of the llt ngulwhed lyric artlnte.
TV IRS. JOHN ORI'JW'8 NEW ARCH STREET
FIRST NIOUT OK i HE SEASON
riBaT Nl'JUT OF Til SEASON.
MKM. J III S 1RKW,
MKH. .IOHN 1UI'.W.
SIIPPOWTFO UY THU FOI.I, COMPANY.
1 O N I .I!T (Satuiday), Hepcenbar I,
ihe eltiRut comedy of
lllH. BELLE'S STRATAOKM.
letltla Hatdy Mr. JOHS DWF.Vf
Widow Racket! Mlu Ann e Ward
I i.er una appcaraneo in mu 1 neaire )
Lady Frances Toucbnooil Mr. T. A ('reeie
rmjm te e. Mr. Worrnll
Kilty Willis a! !. !-mnmcrilold
JDorlnourt Mr. Fiank Mordaunt
(HI aecouu appearauee la lula Theatre.)
Old Hardy Mr (. II. Griffiths
Uu tint appearance in twe iv month.!
Flntter Mr Owen eTnrlowe
MrOeoiRe Toucbwood Mr. Harry K I vers
Hi.vlne Mr L. I.. .lames
VII lent . Mr. W. H. VVallia
Courtall Mr.T. A CreMi-
l)ui:ig tbe evening two Crand Overture. by tbe or
cheatra conducted by t hai leu Iiodworth.
1 be whole to conclude wlih, llit time In America, a
new i arce, canen
A RA( E FOU A WIDOW.
Mr. Corne'lun roplov Mr. Robert Cra g
i Ills first annearance In twelve months.)
Itr. AoiuBtus de Cremerne Mr. L. Ti. .Tame
Mr. Cauaicum Pepperpod Mr. W. II. Wnlll.i
runner Hpringheat Mr .)ne
Killauree Mr. Crosby
Widow Wlnnlnitton Mrs. T. A. Crewe
IMra Pepnerpod. Miua Fanny Keevca
At irk Taoiuia mini VU'ITIUI
lilddy Mine MaJion
(Her nrst appearance in I Ids cnv I
Scene Ad Inn lu Llanwrlddleartwitli, North Walea.
Doors open at 14. Commence at 7.
will be nroduced. lor tbe 11 rut time In America, J. West-
lana itiursion s jri ni piny oi
lUt, (AHIIHIK Ul lUKI'llsr..
rerformed lor an entire season at the Haymnrket
Theatre, London. In which
01 Kit. JU'lfl
will appear In an original rbaracier.
PltlChS OF ADMISSION.
Oronestra Seats $1
Orchestra Circle and Ureas Circle 60 c. nts
l-ecuitd Seats 7.i centa
Family Circle Scents
Private Boxes Stiand J
jjox mice open irom a ai. mir. m.
BUSlMlBS AUCA l AMJ TKr.A.il' K" K,
jorii.) ii i. Aium-nr.
TITAliNUT ST U K K 1 I11KATK t'..
VV N. K. corner ot NINTH and WAI.M1T Stroeta.
TIH8 (Saturday) &VF.MNU. Beptembcrt.
when tbey will present a aeries of
VnithLY NtW FEATS,
includlug, by desire, the marvellous
IMAUAUA I-1'. A t ,
ByJTJLlO and UR1.UKT BTJISLA Y.
ICARIAN OAMI.N, Lr.H 1KUX COMIyUEi.
urauu uaiiet nivenisaement ot
LA MAJA UK hEVIOLIA.
By nnlTersal desire, the urand teat ol F.(ulllbrium.
Till. M'lBAL AlODKTAlJS.
by Mons. HENRI AOOUST.
1 he urace ui ana oaring
TIOHl' KOPjC PBRFOUMANCE
by Senullttt KOail'A.
EVr BEr.IFfl OF TAB! F.ATTX.
1111S (aturday) AFTEKNOON,
LAST BUISLAY MATINK1S.
commencing at 2M o'ciock
WALNOT S T It K E T THEATRE.
V V "
r.Ai An n.L- i' v u i. v. i j si i i .
fall and winter hisasos.
MB J. fl. CI ARKK
FOB .-IX MOHTM ONLY.
MONDAY KVLMNU. Heptemker 3,
Hi K CLA UKl
1b two ol bis popular clmrarteis.
Bueituan 8 brilliant i omeuy. in iwg acis, oi
With a distribution of the characters which
CAMiUl UK Miltl'ABMii la AJlt-llltl.
Mr J h. CLARKE as Bob Acres
Mr. J.B. Roberta as , I'aUiand
Sir. C Waicot. Jr.. aa I amain Ahsoiutv
M r. W. A. Chapman as .Sir Anthony
Mi o. S. Fawcett as ir Lucius O'initger
Mr. J. M. Barron aa ran
Alias Annie u rati am as .iu la
At: a. C. Waicot us L.vuia LaiiHumn
Miss 1 file Germon aa ....Lucy
11 rs W. A. Cbapmau as airt. maiuprop
lo conclude wnu
8 81 2t BOX BOOK OPEN.
TVTEW AMERICAN THEATRE WALNUT
1 X Htreet. above Civhth.
H. A. EABNbUA W Bo'e Lessee and Manager.
THIS (Saturday) KVK.SING, September 1,
1 HE ELVES t
rvr nni, uti.1 ku iiorriV
VU 1UE4 DlAli ri l'il"'L
Pvlvla Miss SOl'llIW WORRELL
Prince Lublu Miss IRENE WORRELL
PuliiiB Miss JEM NIK WOHRELL
f'nlln flir. l. I. jfnnnnliv
iniro ucing i-onaa uancrs ras oe ucax. uomw, and
Ml JtP'Mc. ID ner lncomparao e ua;is,
io conclude with the Great Local Drama, entitled
THE FIREMEN OV PHILADELPHIA;
THE BROAD STREET HEIRESS.
Alice Hawthorne, the Heiress Miss J. Cameron
Frederick Jerome, ireman Mr. C Hamilton
Mr. Wealthy, a City Metchaut Mr. (1. .lohuson
Ananlua Mubbs Mr. D. E. Heiliy
Ob Monday eveulns will be produced the 1 airy Jbxtra-
THE INVISIBLE PRINCE.
In which the talented WORRELL SISTERS will sustain
the principal characters, with other novoltles.
TENTH and CHESMIT StreeU.
The Management has the honor to announce to the
publioot Philadelphia that, In accordance with the ex-
piessea uesire oi many or me community, tne unrivauea
haa been Induced to
give a brlet
series of tils
admired and Inimitable
hKA( te. the tlrxt oi which wl 1 eomurlse several or
his Illusory ehif (iVurrs. toneiher with two entirely
new inventions, in January last air. nr.L,i.r.u createa
an almost uiiparallelied juror by the production oi bis
original Illusion enililed Cphynr, since Imitated by
many public penormers lie has nowtootler another
equally startling cpectial novelty entitled PLAY I NO
Willi GUOHIH. Apart lroni tbe i lusory department.
Mr. liKI.I.tK will produce several new and beautltul
Bolos upon tne Piano forte, and, for tbe tint time, intro
duce an original and laughable portrayal, entitled
LOKD CUAWLK 1 ll.JAM KB CAN IKliBL'ET.
Tbese Seances will be positively
THE LAM FOR SOME y KAK IS PHILADELPHIA,
as Mr HKLLKH Is contemplating an extended tour,
eveu to tbe Antipodes. All particulars may be dis
covered by reierriua to the olllolal advertise
ments. Tbe first performance
MO.N DAY, September 3.
Commence at 8. It
TVJEW ELEVENTH STREET OPERA HOUSE,
KLtVJiJi in wireet, aoovo i kibbui.
"1HK FAMILY 1VKSOHT"
OPF.N FOll 'I'llK BK.AMI.
rARKt UOsS Sl UIXKI'b Ml.VSI'KKLS.
the Great Htar 't roupe ot the World, In their UB AN'D
EIHluriAN BOIBEKH, W)NU8. 1ANCKS, AEW
BVKLtpyUEn, and PLAMTATlUN hUKMtC.".
Doors open at 1 o cioct. comment-intr at b o ciock.
g DO 8m J. L. C'AHNcKWJ, Manager.
TTALEK'S (LATE MILLER'S) WINTER
V QAHDF.M WOS. T.'O TSS VINE Wtieet.' .
UKAhD 1STK(JMF,NTAL COKCiBtS
By two larie and efficient Orchestras.
And ETEBT NIGI1T. In connexion with our
a Brass Band, cotnptlslng tne beat ArUsta In tli'e city
. OPEN TOB THB 8EABOS.
Our spacious bummer Garden, artistically laid oat
Willi DUIUuucrr, vvuuuilllB. rLU.
THE LADIES' SALOON.
specially set part for FAMILIES, the best of Creams
ud other Retresfenents will be served. 6 lbs
G-Y M N A S I U M
rOB LATHES. WEKTLEMEN, AND CHILDBEN,
V. E. COB. OE NIMTH AND ARCH BTKKK I S.
' The lnntltuta, whlob again has beea greatly Improved
tor Uteiooming season Is Dow open lor subscriptions all
Bodily eneroiao Imparts health and strength, and la
blahiy recomiuended to both sexes and all ages.
Terms for Instruction, 1 monilis ,.M -40
Terms tor Sell piaoUue. SiiiQnihs S'vO
I For parUoulars send for a clreular or give us a call.
ilt Jin Frulossors BILLKBBASu LKWIS
egX4 THE 1'IANOS WHICH WE MANU
lli I I i act a re recomrueiil themselves. We promise
to Our patrons clear beautliuf tunes, eleaant workman
ship, durability, auil reasnnable prlous, oombmad with
a iuii guaxauwe. or sale only at at. lull WAJ.
Wt CK10M PUM0 MAjrACT ISQ
JAS. H. CABIPBELL & (K)
No. 727 CIIESNUT St.,
Iortie tbe attendee of OfWk bur era
T their Stock of
AND AM KUIC AN
ID It Y G
o o r S ,
Which for extent, variety, and (jeneral adapUtlon to
the vtaiita ol the Trade. Is unrivalled.
I'srksxe l.uvprs simplieii wiui avarce ami ncairtme
Good.i at and under market rates PJ lllin
Wliolenl Iloomn Hp Stairs.
Huron Fine Bed BlankH.
Huron Fro in In in KlankptM.
Huron Kxtra Heavy Blar.ketH.
Huron Sinde Red lilankcK
Huron Bid EHankctH, Per
Wo are now receivtDfr dinct from tho mills, tho
Contracted for early Id tbe Sprinj at tho low price
Thff arc superior in size, weight, and fineness of
wool to any other make in tho market, or to any
BLANKET ever boiorc oflored by us. Sold only
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, BY
J. C. STMWMUDGE & CO.,
N. W. CORNER
EIGHTH AND MARKET.
8 15 3ml
pmcE & wood,
N. W. Corner EIGHTH and FILBERT,
HAVE JU6T OPENED:
5000 yards American Printr, last colors, lu a d
18 cents a yard.
1 cae line quality French Merinos, SI 25 a yard.
Fine quality Black Alpacas, 50, Ofl, 60, 70, 80, 90
cents, $1, $1 12 J, and $1 25 a yard.
FLANNELS ! FLA NXELS !
All-wool Flannels, 35, 37, 40, 45, 50 cents, up to
(125 a yard.
Hi, mot FlamiHls, Rl tip to 90 cents.
All-wool Shaker Flannels, 50 cents up to SI a yard.
Bleached and Unbleaohcd Canton Flannels, cheap,
Beat makes Bloaohed and Unbleached Muslins, at
the very lowest market prices.
Yard-wide Bleachod Muslins, 25, 28, 31;, 33, 35,
87 J cents.
Yard-wide Unbleached MuBlins, 20, 23, 25 cents.,
rillow Case and Sheeting Muslins, etc,
One case Bridal Quilts, very cheap.
Tabic Linens, Napkins, and Towets.
Wtuto Goods, very cheap,
A largo assortment of Hosiery,
Ladles' and Gents' Merino Vests, very cheap.
A large assortment of Edging, Flouncing, and
Insertings, Ladies' and Gents' Linen Handkerchief.
Just opened, from auction, a cheap lot of Porte
monnaies, Tooth and Hair Brushes.
PHICE & WOOD.
8181 K. W. Corner EIGHTH and FILBERT Sts.
IT. STEEL aSc SOINT,
Nos. 713 and 715 N. TENTH Street,
HAVE JUST RECEIVE!
Ttvtt Cases Km press Cloth Popllus of t heir
ALL CHOICE SELECTED COLOB.S,
And ml ly 15 per cent, lower than the same qualities
can be bought any whete else in the city.
DOUBLE "WIDTH BLACK ALL WOOL PELAINE8
NEW SILKS AT LOW PRICES.
WHITE MABSEILLE8 COUNTERPANES.
BUFF 3 iKD- WHITE MAK-SEILLEt COUNTEK
AND WHITE MARSEILLES COUNTER.
M ALL-WOOL BLANKETS, S415.
, 10-4 AIL-WOOL BLANKETS, 8 SO.
II 4, 12-4 ALL-WOOL BLANKETS,
of all kinds at less than
8 31 It
GALT WATER SHAWLS,
Wholesale and EetaiL
PURE WniTE LLAMA SIIAVVLH.
SHETLAND SHAWLS, ALL GRADES.
PUItK WHITE BAREOE SHWALS.
BTtB AKFA ST
EiTRE & LANUELL.
nr'nlTE D'RILLIKG AND
nnsvuntt' SHILLINGS AND BASKET
HOYS' FAMl"!1 BBlUra08i
' LIKEN CJUCCKS AKD STRIPES.
FIRE AND BURGLAR PROOF SAFES
CHILLED IB ON SAFES ;
"By Theit Works Shall Ye Kaow Xhem."
CutoAdo, AprU 11.1HW
M' ttn. iturrap tr Wmpt:"
Gen'li'men: On Thursday nlR-ht, the 2th day ot
March, a (tanu of burglars rlsltert our manufactory,
lilcb is situated In an unfrequented place, near the
lake, and made a desperate aitempt to open tbe Llllla's
Hale you recently sold us. which, however, real tti
tnelr efforts T he sale bore marns oi hcarr
without any eflectupon ihe chilled lro )S, , .iV--
of the lock was entirely dentroyed. amjr.'ttt ri.itr tj
be replaced by a new one. T-elr xVt iale;ni.W
cflorw seemed to be In the uo of caretullMWRTW 'rfcM
teel wedites. twenty of which were driven aiV t4
eile ol the door, but did not disturb the tautening X'be IS
safe In the least. Altl.oogh we boni'bt this as ouVa r
your common Mercantile Sales, we regard ttils.erore
tost aufTlcleiit to prove It eijual to any Uurglar orool that
can he tnado, ind woithv to bo confided in under any
Yours respectfully, etc.,
DbGOHEB a bro.
AN ATTACK Off THE SAFE OF THE TBEASUREB
Of WILL COUNTY, lf.L.
Count! Tkrasurrh's Orrios, 1
Jolikt. April i iHbb, I
Af'rs Mwraytt W'vne, Agfn'tor LilUe'i 8atr$:
(Venilemen : My oil.ee was entered on Slondav nlebt
tv aome tlnrtii hurgibrs, who forelp v opened Uie outer
otllcc door. I hare In use a large Llllle'a Patent t ire
and Buroriar IToot Hale, which the auaaolnus villains
made a desperate attempt to open, aslng all tbe form lia
ble tools oi o.d Imnds at tbe business. Heavy sleilne,
and Hiune bars tal.cn Iron, a blacksmith's nUup In the
neighborhood bad been ucd witb muob vigor. A num
ber oi tlieir steel wedxrs were driven around and be
tween tbe doors, without etlect. Kllorts to drl I tbesaie
wuie eiilirelr tutilo In several places the point ot the
drill bail nini'e limrkrt, onlv to Hhow tbat the chilled iroa
was perlertly ltupenctralile. 1 send vou tbe one door
tor repairs. Yours, etc.,
Treasurer ot Will county, 111.
AbOl'UEB FRUITLESS A 'I TEMPT TO ROB ONE
OF LILLIE'S BANK 8AFF-.
Hi nrTmnviLLE, N. Y ., Marcb M, 186b. f
Mcmrt. l.iHir If ,Sn:
A desperate at emptwas made to rob this Bank on
the nlubt ot 'the Utu Instant, as you have heaiu. The
paitltulars are as toilows: Tbe burg ars entered the
bank bv prvma open awlndowr they then trlrd tbe
vault doors made I t vou by breaking oft tbe knob and
exploding what powder tbey could get in. but lining no
dauiane 10 tbe door. 1 bey finally succeeded In getting
Into the vauit by dlgulna thronph a heavy wall. Here
tbt v found a tocmitn wunhy oi tbeir Heal one ot your
Burglar proof ba'es as it proved to be. Tbey broke otl
the knob oi tbe door, and tried in vain to drive in the
snindlc; they then broke oil the handle and dliilol the
lock, and tried to cut out and to drive in the centre
piece but tailed a so In this They then trl d with
beavj - medget to ureak iu the doors which siicciss ul v
resisted all tl.elr erturti. I bey evidentlv worked laith
lu lv 1 11 night, as thev were seen to leave the village
abctit live o'clock in the nuimlug
We have received the sale yu sent us, and are confl
uent, wi.cn locked, the contents are tieyonu the roacb
o: thieves. Yours tru y,
O. F. WATSON, Cashier.
TRIAL OF A SAFE IN THE OFFICE OF C. B
AND Q. H. R.
Chicago. September 13, 1865.
Afttrravtr Winn'. Clinerai Aatntt Lilne't 8af i:
, Gentlemen : The station aueut at Downer's C.rove
eDcrta one ot your o. o Sales severely tested by
burglars. 'Ihev worked all nh'ht at It with drl Is,
neuges and chisels, but the con ems were undisturbed,
and the "aio apparently but little damaged. I lease
rend us ( ne ol the name size to rculaco It, a so another
of smiic sl7.e for use at Memlota. Our sate there (of
anotuer uidki as Droieu lluu auupiunuerea.
Ycun resnectiullv. o. P. PRICE.
Purcbosing Agent C. B. aud ii R R
S.m Fbaxcisoo. April 10. isffi.
Kuttell r Ervin, Alanuiactureri' Agnt$ Jor L llte't
Oent errien: 1 he safe referred to In onr letter ot
Februarys, as having preserved its con ents pertectlv
truin tire, was again Hubicetcd to a very severe t . st
v tbe tire ot last Hiiniluy nlvht one ot tne most severe
fires thut hus occurred In Kan Francisco It was taken
trnm tlm ruins on Mondsv. and on onenliiLT. all the
books ano papers wero lound In penect condkluu, not
the least s'tn of tiro helmr visible inside the safe : this
belrg the IJjlrd tune the sale lias preseivea its con ten is
within the past five months.
ti. & noi,ni!.i cc u.,
Orlu aud Produce Doalerj.
A SAFE TWICE T F,TED BY FIRE.
West Thot. October fl. 1HM.
This is to cerllfv that at the tire which took place
hfiit KPntenilier S. lRli.ri. thp l.illlo's Ptttuut Bale w hich
1 bad in mv omce. and which la In a mass oi burning
coai. me ting the brass entirely oil, preserved hit
bor.ks papers ana money la penect order, ana leaving
tne Bine in conuiuon except repainting iu lor imine
This safe nasseii tnronpn rne great nre in Troy In
aiay , 1102, aim men prenvrveu iw tunwnii entire.
.r.'Ki,r. r. ma ut..
Superinten dent W. Troy Ferry Compauy,
F I R E.
LILLIE'S SAFE !
IN THE FIBE TIFTEEN DAYS !
The Second Time the Same Safe Passes
the Fiery Ordeal A Test no Sheet
Iron Safe Can Endure.
CERTIFICATE OF jrDtlE FOX.
Portland Juiv'iO, i860.
ifttri Mtrrapt ft tine, Aqrn.t la'tir't Hah
lientlemen We had a No. 1 LILLIE'H PATENT
ClllLLr.D iM) WKOl'OHT-IUON MA FK In our ofllce,
on r xebange street at ihe time of the ureat fire ot July
4. lhW TheBaiewasln he second story ol tho building,
and tell to tbe cellar, wnere it lay entirely unprotected
lor in days, tvnen aigginvit out. yesterday afternoon,
w e lound the bricks surroundliiu It too but to bold in the
band, fn opening It this nioixlng, we lound ail the
books and papers in a good state ot preservation. This
sale probata y had as severe a test as any in the Are. as
Kales 01 other makers in adjoining buildings had their
l ONTI N'ISlllHM DTU ClMERS.
This Is tbe NFCOMJ 'flat K THIS SFB IT AS BF.F.S
TKhl t Dllt FIRE, as It was In the store ot F. Kjllar.
r'i when It was burned In February, lNel, at which time
it also preserved Its contents.
Our connueuce in 10c ure-proo' qualities ot lil,i.i r. .
8AF1 8 is increased bv uniiaru leled tests, and we have
no doubt of their MT PEKl U1 X V OVER ALL 0 1 UE HS.
EDWARD ft FRED FOX.
If o safe of Llllle'a make was destroyed In this Are, or
ailed to preserve the contents, which fully endorses the
high refutation ot tbese 8nfes as be lug the most reliable
flie proof protection made.
The fo1 lowing lmportnnt facts are most thoroughly de
monstrated in the above certificates :
t Irst. That LIHie's Kafe stands the tteond fire as well
as the first, and both Safe and contents still fit for use,
while other Sates are wurihicti alter tbe first fire, and, X
tbe fire la severe, books and papers have to be copied, u'
preset ved at all, and very irequtntly lost
Second. Tbat Utile's Safes are honestly drill-proof
perfectly teedge-proot. poteder-proof, nd. In every sens
oi tbe word, burglar-) roof, and, as a further evidence, I
assert that there ne ver has been, to tbls time, on of LU
liel Bank Safes robbed (that Is, Sates two inch thick).
A word to the publlo and lo my old friend and pa
tronst My motto Is. "A nimble sixpence ratflr than a
alow shilling." I have taken a roomy, jonveolant
cheap store, for five years, on Atch street. Instead of a
dear one on Chesnut My cartage U dne with one
horse Instead ol three horses. Fconomy nd small pro
fit 1 my motto. The Safe Works ar now removed
from Troy and in successful operetta esar Philadel
phia, In this BUte. and I trust hereafisr to be able to
furnish my patrons, cheaply and piomptly. with the
best Bales. Vaults, Locks, etc., In the I' cited States or
any other country.
M. C. bADLER, Agent
No. 639 ARCH STREET.
p. 8 I notice much has keen said latterly about dry
filling, alum, etc. I have snly to say that usually, and
generally, LILLIE'8 SAFE Is free from dampness,
aud does not mould books or papers; aud will not, it
perfectly manufactured, and heroatter all LILUE'S
SAFEH will b warranted nut la mould
I'ttswlM M Q. SADLER, Agent,
AMERICAN GUM PAINT.
1 . -i - . . , i -
ECONOMY IN PAINT.
GET THE BEST.
The American tai i'aint Co.
WH'jTE LEAD WOltKS.
VOR THE MAXUFACWRX OF
: BUTCHER'S -PATENT
PAINTS OF EVERY COLOR,
FROM THE FIKEST WHITE TO TBE BEKPHr
(Iround in 1'ure LiiiHcetl. Oil nsttt
E. COIINKU TWENTIETH AND FILBKUt 811
No. 44 S. THIRD Stroofc.
The superiority of the Rubber Paint over all other
consists In its great durability, owing to the preseaoa
of dissolved Rubber In Its composition. Dealnra tr
find it to their advantage to buy this paint, as It ihm
sexsos superior merits, and Is, at the same time, as oheaa
as other makes, and when once Introduced will a
generally preferred. An Improvement In paint hat lone
been needed, and we feel confident that when fuUr
understood, the Rubber Paint will become the gits
Tbe attention of the public Is particularly called t
theiollowing evidences of the pocutlar merits of the
Rubber Paint, anu its superiority over the old artida
for tbe finest work, and especially for exposed surfaoea
of shipping, depots, cottages, roofs, damp walls, brtibrne
Tho rubber Is first dissolved and then ground into tho
paint. Imparting to it a I tho well-known virtues of the
rubber, namely, superior durability, elasticity, and groat
resitting power to water, and even acids. While sum
rior in many respects,
IT CObTS NO MORE THAN OTHER PAINT'S.
THe American Gum Paint Com
pany's Cottage Colors.
These Colors are especially prepared for Cottages aa4
1 hey are numbered irom 1 to 16, and put op in caw,
from 1 pound upwards. They are ground In pure Lla
sccd Oil and Dissolved Rubber, and cannot be eaaalet
for durability. Tbe great advantage of these Color
oyer other makes is In their superior resisting power
to acids and the weather. The soaps used lor washing
paint are composed of acids and lye, and will otttuaes
destroy ordinary paints; hence the necessity of pro
curing an article which will resist all such influences.
FOR FRESERVINQ DAMP WALLS tillij PAINl'
HAS NO EQUAL,
IT rWHL PREVENT THE ABSORPTION Or
WATER, AND KEEP THE HOUSE DUX
J. PATTERSON, Painter, No. 1823 ftprucestreot
J. (ilbSOO. l'aiuttr, o la rt Eleventh street
A. li. UUM'KK. rainier, ho. 2 8 Twe 1U1 street.
HOOD & OAMULK. Painters, PbiladelplJa.
MAT I HEVVS MOOKK, Machinists, 1'hlla.lrlpliia
MORGAN & OUR, Machinists. Philadelphia
A. W. RUSH ILL, l-aiica.tcr, Pa.
A. KlNO, Harrtsburg, Pa.
W. U. HOlitlB Htisburg, Pa.
U. W. KETLKR. Altoona, l'a.
J . KENNARD, Heutonvlllo, fa.
R. 110U8ELMAN, nest Philadelphia.
A. U. SiORRleON, Coateeville, Pa.
J. C, WINFRY, Halem, Ohio.
1. W. flNGRR ishland, Ohio.
KERR & M A KVIN, Shelby, Ohio.
J. i'VbiK., Uallou, Ohio.
GRaNTZ A O . Akron, Ohio.
FAY & BROTHER Pamters. No. 47 South Third stree
'i INN IS A IiAht.LKR. (,'leve and, Ohio.
Plili E A t ULHEH i'nON, Alliance, Ohio.
WOOLsTON BKNNEI-T, Cape Island. N. J.
E. F.O MADUON, MlUvlUe, N. J.
OITIMBY A FRA7.IEU, Vlueland, N. J.
M TILL A HON. Krldgeton, N. J.
J. B. LII'PINCOIT, HaU-m.
8TH1LEY & HROT11EKS. Hestonvllle Oil Works
CiRlMSHAW'8 lNDUlslRlAL OIL WORKS, ihirUet
and Hamilton streets.
DOW1RS & Kt.TCIlUM, Oil Works, Hestonvllle.
HEHTf'NVILLK R. E. CO,
t'ATAWlHSA R. H CO.
RFAD1NO B RCO.
EN'IRAL OBIO R R VO.
COLUMBUS and INDIANAPOLIS R. B. CO
1 TITLE MIAMI K. B CO.
WEST CHESTER R. B. CO.
rniLADELPin, October 17. l6l
To the American tiuni Paint Company ;eut: 1
have given vourindla Rubber Paint a full trial, aa!
find It io possess a superior body t It flows smoothlr.
and when diy makes a alons common to no other
paint 1 have unod your colors on tbe finest work ler
boih bouso and aign nainii' g, aud thev have givaa
entire satisfaction. Tour While Lead is equal to aa
In the market. 1 shall continue to uae aud recoua
n,..,i ii.sm tn all who deshe a sunenor article
A. II. QUA ica,
House and Sign Paintac,
No. 2 S. Twelfth street.
PntLAnpipni A, October 19, 1K65.
To tbe American (iuiu Paint Company Oen st It
gives me ureat pleasure to say that I have causod
Uu cber's Patent Rubber Paint to be used upon work
done ir me, and Ik has given great satlslaoToa. t
belle va It to be tbe best and most durable palut for
metal Ho rools, or indeed tor any work in which the
utijuct Is to resist dampness.
Respectfully, THEODORE CUTLER.
Phii.adri.phia, January tV 18
To the American Gum l atut Company -Gents :t
have used several thousand dollars' worth of your
Taint on brldves. passenger stations, freight houses,
etc. etc. I believe it secures nietslilo suriaces front
oxidation, and can be recon mend especially when tbe
woiks requiting It are extensive. I sball continue to uae
It. believing it to be to mv anvantaire to do so
RICHARD B. OBOBS'E,
To the American Gum Paint Company Oentlemea :-
Having male use ot your Patent Rubber Paint intra
or lens for the last lour vears, upon dlilurent kinds ot
me al as well as wood where It baa been In constant
contact with water. I find It all I could wish, aud re
commeno it tootbors. who wish a paint that will steal
the action of air and water, and Is dutable.
I remain yours, etc., E D. DAVIS,
No. 62 Fulton street.
New Tork, July 28, 1860.
To the American Gum Faint Company-enUmea :
For many years we have been anxious to securest
paint that would eflectual y resist the actlea of air oa
iron and prevent eorroslon We have tried many recom
mended for tbls purpose, but have louud them worta
Usss Alter testing vour India Rubber Palut, we are
confident ot Its superiority, and shall continue to use la,
at our works. W. '"Mb CO.. ,
Ens'neand Boiler Builders,
W 111 Cailowull street.
To the American Gum Paloi Comesny Genu: We
have used various oa'iita mnuufactured tor ooa lug Iron
auriaces and uiachluer. " have ionnd none to eqeaS
yourRuoberPa'ot, It eUectual jr resists the action of
.Uanddau,p.e-iiZXND0RAF ft p() Mathlntau
No. 103u Uermautown roa.
I have used tlx India Rubber Paint on the roof of my
dwelliOK and bsb tubs. 1 believe it to be admirably
adapted to oul'ldeaud Inside pamtiug, preventing on
(latiou and at the suuie time du abie and euonooaical.
l or such purposes there Is no batter paint in the
niArkat. JAMES POLLOCK,
nir ctot United HUuis aul'
t tt 19. 1864. M,MlUa-lt