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THE DAILY EVENING TELEGKAPH. PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1806.
PtTBLISIIKD EVERT AFTERNOON
AT THE TELF.QRAPH BCILDIKQ,
Mo. 108 8. Third Street.
frlr. Thru f"nts Per t odt (Double Pheet). or
Klehteen Cents Per Wect, payenle to the Terrier end
mailed to Subscribers out ol the city (it Nine Dollmi
Per Annum i One Dollar and Flftr rent for Two
Months, inysnaDiy in sutsiic 'or toe penoo oruerca.
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 180G.
Something lor Conservative Republicans
Wk remarked the other day that the throw
ing overboard of General Dix by the! New
York Democratic Nominating Convention
was a virtual abandonment of the August
Convention movement inaugurated In this
city. The New York Time confirms this
view of the case In an elaborate editorial
article, in which it exposes the duplicity of
the Democratic leaders with reference to that
movement, and their evident intention to use
it for the furtherance of their own distinct
ively partisan ends. The Times says that
the Philadelphia Convention set out to go
before the country upon the single issue of
the admission of loyal Representatives to
Congress from loyal States. It was not con
templated to strengthen or build up the
Democratic party. Hence the conservative
Republicans of New York sent delegates to
the Albany Nominating Convention, which
bad been called in accordance with the August
Convention plan of Union.
The Times then goes on to show how Gen.
Dix was sacrificed, and Hoffman nominated
on the express ground that it would contri
bute to the safety and interest of the Demo
cratic party. Dix was accordingly slaugh
tered, although at first, as the Times asserts
full two-thirds of the Convention were in his
favor. But everything was made to bow to
the supposed interests of the Democratic
Not content with this action, the Conven
tion went on to introduce a number of purely
partisan issues, which conservative Republi
cans could not endorse. They nominated but
a single Republican on the whole ticket, and
in making up the Central Committee ol the
party appointed more than two thirds of it
from active members of the Democratic party.
Indeed, in its whole action the Convention
showed no regard to the Philadelphia move
ment, other than an endeavor to prostitute it to
strengthening the Democratic party and re
storing it to power. This, the Timis asserts,
was not the entertainment to which conserva
tive Republicans were invited, and it s!gn,fl
cantlj adds that whiie there are tens of thou
sands ol them who desire the " admission of
lojal men to Congress from loyal States, they
will be quite likely to prefer taking their
chances of securing this result from the ac
tion of the Republican party, modified as
it may be by reflection and moderate coun
sels, rather than seek it in the way marked
out for them by the Albany Democratic Con
vention." We rejoice that the Times, and those for
whom it speaks, refuse to be thus used for
the ends of the Lomocratic party. What has
been the history of that party for the past
five years, that any Republican should think
of committing to it the destinies of the coun
try now ? And if in New York the conserva
tive Republicans are thus repudiating an
arrangement which would make them a mere
tail to the Democratic kite, what must they
say and do here In Pennsylvania, where they
Art noked to contribute directly to the elec
tion of such a man as Heister Clymer for
Governor? Not only are conservative Re
publicans required here to support a ticket
nominated by and made up solely of Demo
crats, but a ticket headed by a man whose
disloyal course in the past has been so noto
rious and offensive that General Grant says
It is an insult to any soldier to ask him to
vote for him? What do our conservative
Republicans say to this? Are they ready to
be sold out bodily to the Democratic party?
Is it best for them to blot out their connection
with the past glorious and patriotic record of
the great Union party of Pennsylvania, and
submit themselves to the dictation of the men
who have been and still are the leaders of the
Democracy? If New York conservative
Republicans can't stand Hoffman, can those
of Pennsylvania endorse Clymer? Re
member he stands by his record, and defiantly
endorses every word of it. If he is rlgiit,
then the Union men were wrong during the
whole war. Are Union men, even ol the
conservative order, ready to endorse that
conclusion by their votes, and thus cast dis
grace and odium upon then own most noble
and heroic record? We do not believe it.
On the contrary, discerning, as they must,
the Blgns of the times, presaging the utter
overthrow and discomfiture of the Democratic
party by the people, let them hasten to return
to the old Uiion organization, and Beek such
modifications in Its policy and action as may
seem to them desirable by wise counsel and
dispassionate discussion within its ranks.
The Ledaer conceals from its readers the
most important part of General Grant's state
mentthat where he averts that it would be
an "insult" to any Union soldier to ask him
to rote for Deleter Clymer. The Ledger
professes to be an Independent paper, and
. . U. tin nnn .Tim mlmlji vV "I .
&UOUIQ MSI 1US lOilutio rco uu it uuic ui uuuc
ral Grant's statement.
It is estimated in conservative quarters
that the slaughter of General Dix by the New
Yoik Democrats will cost their party In that
State at least fifteen thousand votes at the
polls this 111. It will cause them to lose
Totes In other States as well, since it so clearly
reveals the treachery of the Democrats to the
All for the uO!d Time' Democracy.
Ton Age, In speaking of the speeches made
last night at the Clymor mass meeting, says
they wore " full of the old-time doctrines of
the Democratic party."
So they were, and the whole spirit of the
meeting was that of the Peace Democracy of
PcnnR)lvanla during the war. It was a
Democratic gathering throughout, composed
of the same class of men who attended Demo
cratic meetings in 1?G3 and 1804, and opposed
Abraham Lincoln and the prosecution of the
war. To Illustrate the spirit of this Clymer
meeting, we will narrate a little incident
which occurred in our presence.
A boisterous, loud mouthed Democrat, who
had been seated amid a wagon-load of
companions, as they passed along in the pro
cession, stood up, and plucking off a dirty old
hat from the head of one of his neighbors, held
it up before the crowd and exclaimed '.' This
is the hat that Abe Lincoln stole from a nig
ger to wear through Baltimore."
This meeting is but an illustration of the
base uses to which conservative Republicans
are to be put in building up the regular old
time Democratic party. It Is but just to state,
however, that aside from a few leaders on the
stage, there were no conservative Republi
cans in the crowd last night at least none
who acknowledged themselves to be so. The
truth Is, the August-Convention movement
was a deep game to transfer conservative
Republicans bodily to the regular Democratic
party. They have already bolted the ar
rangement in New York ; and the swindle was
from the start so apparent in this State, that
it failed utterly to enlist any popular sym
pathy or respect.
General Giant's Charge on the Enemy.
General Gb ant's statement of his political
views Is a teirible blow to the Clymer party
in this State. It Is something for which they
were utterly unprepared. And it so admi
rably hits the case that everybody sees at a
glance Its tremendous effect. It sweeps away
at a breath the fallacies and delusions with
which selfish and unscrupulous leaders have
attempted to befog the soldiers, and lead them
to the support of a man who was disloyal in
the hour of the nation's sorest need. ' It is a
gross insult" says the great leader, ''to ask
you to vote for such a man, and against that
noble and gallant soldier, General Geary."
The voice of General Grant will be heeded
by his tens of thousands of brave comrades in
arms, not merely because it is bis voice, but
because be speaks the sentiments which must
fill every brave Union soldier's breast. The
Northern traitors who assailed the Govern
ment in the bour of trial and danger, says
General Grant, are worse than the Southern
Rebel, led astray by local influences and as
sociations. Tee New York Herald, after casting off
the party of Southern sympathizers, is now
coming out as radical as it was before violent
in lis conservatism. To-day it opposes negro
suffrage for the present, and strongly recom
mends the adoption of the Constitutional
amendment by the Southern States :
"This, anion? tbe Southern politicinns, may
seetu a hard condition either way ; but as it is evi
dent thai the North will nut consent to a repre
sentation of tbe (Southern blacks in Congress
without eutlraue, the Southern States must make
their election uijod this amendment, one war or
the other. Nor can we understand whv there
should be any hesitation, under the Dreseut
stale of things, In the choice of the alternative.
There is a prejudice of two hundied years' groth
in tbe South against the admission of the blacks
among tbe soutnern wbites to a footing ol poli
tical equality. This preiudice cannot be re
moved by Congressional legislation, nor even by
a Constitutional amendment. It must be left to
the changing influences of time. Very welL
Even so tbix amendment proposes to leave it.
Every Stale concerned bas tbe choice of admit
tins; to or excluding from the suffrage its black
population: and as this prejudice against the
blucks is the prominent idea among the ruling
Southern whites, tbeir only course is to accept
tbe amendment, wun ine aieunci understanding;
among themsehes that tbey will exclude the
blacks from the ballot-box in lotofor the present,
submitting to tbe loss of their representation iu
Clymer will have to withdraw. The
Democrats do not wish to "insult" the sol
diers, and yet General Grant says they will
do it if they ask them to vote for Clymer.
Hew Absurdities in Numismatics. A new sys
tem of small coinage is now under considera
tion by the Government, and will in all proba
bility bo adopted. The proposed new cent is to
be made of nickel, the same as at present, but
me comic oi me coin nag a raised star, the
nucleus of which is represented by a hole
iniuugu uie coin, me two-cent pieces nave
two perforated stars, and the three-cent coin
three. Thus by holding either deuouii nation to
tne ngnt, or Dy nimpi.y touching them so as to
feel the holes, the value of a piece of money is
unmistakably known. The half-dimes and
dimes are a larger coin of better metal, but are
to be distinguished by one and two perlorated
-gfMUJAVIRO. WE COPY THE FOLLOW.
Iiir meritorious Douce oi uiis most delicious
perfume ftom Forney's Prettt
Wcjavibo. This delicious new perfume lor the
bandkerchlet, Is without rival for delicacy, durability,
and richness. In fact, ot all perfumes the fragrant
Mujaviro (of Busslan origin) may be called the quintes
sence. For sale by all the principal druggists. CT 14 6mlo
COK CO , N. E. corner ot FIFTH and CHES-
KTTT Street. Philadelphia, and TUIBUNC BUILD
1NQ8, New York, are agents lor the "Ieliqbaph," and
tor the Newspapers or tne wnoie counu-y.
1lbui4p JOY, COCA CO.
tST FOR ALDERMAN,
WILLIAM W. DOUGHERTY.
ollceti hereby alrea that the Troasu r bapartmeat
vliwin to redeem crtinoaus oi temporary LKan,
known an "eiuiii..iiiii ('wimiuiii." t tlia ontc.
from which 1 1. . . .i .,..1 iunij and .
on and after the Uh ot baptember, 1866, Intareat will
eeaM upon ttxy per cent, oi each oertlflaat. and on
and alter Ui mj, , October next luteroot will eeaae on
1 UO MUUH NOUVUiHOH,
" Secretary ot tu Treasury.
I fie tbe Second Piujt for addimal Bptcial tfottee$.j
B3T UNI0.1 REPUBLIC!! TICKET.
Major-Gcueral John W. Geary.
HON. jOEPil ALL' SON.
HON. WILLIAM 8. PIERCE,
r. CARROLL BBEWSTKR, HQ.
. CITY 0FFICER3.
RECEIVER OF TAXES.
RICH ABO F F.LIZ.
CAPTAIN HEN BY CONNER.
Second Motrlct-Hon. CHARLK8 O'N EILL.
Third DUtrtct-Hon. LEONARD WYEUM.
Fourth District Hon. WILLIAM D. KELLET.
Fifth District CALEB N. TAILOR.
First District- JEREMIAH NICH3LH.
RECORDER OP DEKDS.
MAJOR GENERAL JOSHUA. T. OWEN.
PR0THONOTARY DISTRICT COURT.
JAM'S Mo MA NFS.
CLERK OF COURT OF QUARTER SE3SION3.
JOHN G. BITLER,
ttrst blstrlct-OEORGF W. GHFGHtN.
Hccond l'laiilct ROBfcRT C. TiTTEBMARY.
Fourth Olstrict-WILLIAM W. WATT.
Fifth Distrlct-JOSEPH T. IBOhaH.
Sixth Disirlct-JAVEW FRMCBORN.
Seventh District JAMES 8CBER4.
MchthDlBtrict-JAN.Es N. KEKNd.
Ninth DUirict-FRLD. D1TT4AN.
Tenth District ELISUA W. DAVIS.
Eleventh Distrlct-WM. J DOsiOHCU H.
Twelith bistrirt ALEX ANDER A DA IKK.
1 hlrteenth District -E NO S C. BENJVK.H.
Fourteenth District W. M WOBUAI.L.
Fltteenth District GEORGE DE HaVKN.Jb.
Seventeenth District EDW ARD ;. LKE.
Eighteenth Dlstrlct-JAMES N. MARKS.
By order of Union Republican City Executive Com
WILLIAM R. LEE1H, President
John L. Hill. ,.,.,
Joseph 8. allek f leeretanes. a 18 lgt
1ST ATTENTION ! ATTENTION!!
THE CITIZENS OF PHILADELPHIA ARE
REQUESTED TO ASSEMBLE
THIS (TUESDAY) EVENING,
THL 13th INST.
MARKET STREET, BELOW THIRTEENTH.
ADDRESSES WILL BE DELIVERED BY 4
COLONEL N. W. DANIELS,
ALFRED JAEVIS, Esa.,
COLONEL JAMES MULLINS,
D. Y. KIL00RE, Esq.,
LATE OF MICHIGAN.
DELEGATES TO THE
LOYAL SOUTHERN CO .YENTIOX,
And Other Distinguished Speakers,
ly order of tne Commit ee on lubllo Veetlngtof ti e
JAMES H. OBJtE, Chairman.
Cha&les S, cgdkn, secretary. j
WO PBitAJiHiA,septemb 18,1866.
A Special Meeting of the XXECUTIYS COMMITTEE
wltt be held at the
RATIONAL UNION CLUB HOUSE,
So. 1105 CHE8NUT Mreet.
, AT EIGHT O'CLOCK.
IMPOST AST BUSINESS.
it ' william L roz, ewreurr.
FV? ATTENTION I "BOYS IN BLUE "
AHHOOIA'I losfi nr thk THIRD fwnSnntsHKHii.
A Orn.l Torrhlifrht rrocMwioo of t' friends of Ho.
LEONARD MlfKKs and the whelf Union ticket wlit
iair piece on nD& ESDAT IVIDl.vu, Bepiember
Th line will form on Olrard arenue, rlnht rostln oa
Fourth street, lacing loutb, at IX o'clock;, and more at
Countermarch on Olrard BTenue to Oftrmantown
road, no tirrmnntomn rn.A a NofTta. down Norri.
to Otis, down OtU to Richmond, down Richmond to
rrnnttora road, down Kranklord road to Lanrnl. op
Laurel to Nw M.rket. down kiew Market to Brown,
UD llrown to tr.n. ln rinwn Franklin to III lo whlll
down ('allowhlli to Hlxth, up Sixth to Olrard avenue,
wu ...nr Minimi,!,, ,
Captain JACOB S. RTRF.T"H.
Blfllt iPiuAt chl-t MershaL
rSST' HEADQUARTERS REPUBLICAN
-- IMvin inr.vji
RErTBMBRI 14, 1868.
. , ORDER No. 8.
MtmTXMH will Hi,mli:t ? nAlnrk hnrr. OB
WKU.Nfc-DAY KVKNINO the I9!h Instant, to partici
pate in the ;ramt Torchlight Tarade lu the Third
i,Iu'ro' UKORCiE TBUMA. jr.,
18 at Marshal.
&3T TWELFTH WARD
UNION REPUBLICAN PARTY, ATTENTION.
The F xecutfve Committee ot the Ward wl'l meet THIS
F.Y EKING, at 7 o'clock, at Fauver'a. to make arrange
ments fcr the Orand Tarade on Wednesday evening.
CHABLES M. WAGNER, President.
Thomas A. Oraoa, Secretary. It
t3 THIRTEENTH WARD. THE LOYAL
l nion citizens of the 1 hlrteenth Ward nre re
queued to meet on WUDNKsliAY k-VKNISO. 19th
liisiant at the corner of FRANKLIN and BUiTON-
WOOI Htreets. at 1 o'clock, ror tbe Duronm of ..rtirl-
nating In the parade ot the I'nlon organization of tbe
Third ( onirresHlonal District A baud of music will be
In attendance. By order ot tbe Kxecutlve Committee.
THOMAS COCHRAN, President.
Csahi.es M. Cabpknter, Hecretarv. 9 IB 2t
FALL STYLE HATS.
THEO. II. M' CALL A,
Hat and Cap Emporium,
No. 804 CHESNUT Street.
ry?j CHIOKER1NG GRAND AND
rj H f Square Pianos the most perfect and per
fiianent instrument. Mew Rooms. Ho. 914 CHESNUT
Street. lit i 12t4pJ
niuLian n. uuiiUH.
M TITK HKAIITIFIIT. XKW RTvT.R
X f 1 EMERSON C'OTTAOK rlOTJARE PIANOS.
marminc tone Low Drice. Onlr for 8a e at No A,t
fUfcHMT Ptreet. C91SUt4pJ WM. 11. UVCVOH.
SP?M PIANO TliNTNfJ AMI PFPAlRTVfi
t f if MR. 8AROKNT'8 ord.rs are moolvprt nil
utuul (durlDB the past elitlit year si at M A80N A no's..
No. t.Vt liemut ateet. Pianos releatheied without re
niovlim, to sou no aa u oil as new. 8 21 liu rp
aIIE FIDELITY INSURANCE, TRUST, AND
- tAFE I),P0IT COMPANY OF PHILADEL
PHIA. For the Bate-keeping ol Valuables under Guar
N. B Browne, Charles Macalenter
Clarcrioo ll claik,
.1. till In uli mn Fell.
iuiward w. Clarti,
Stephen A. Caldwell.
Hcnrr C. Clhaon.
President N. B. BROWNE.
Vice President, t LAKiCNi E II. CLARK,
.-cretary and ireasurer, BOBtRT l-ArTEBtOV
(ulie (at pieienii in the VU prool Bulldiui of the
rhilodeluhla National Bank.
CHES.MI1' STRCEi. ABOVE FOURTH.
The Company will commence business on the 1st
September intfi, and will be prepared
TO KKCEIVB DrPDSl lS I NDtR OTJARANTEF.
upon the following rates for one 'ear or leas period:
uovernmciu auu mi uiner oupou j
securities, or those transferable
by del yeiy, ina!udmg Bank Bills....)
(Jovcinm. ni and all other securities,!
negotiable only by endorsement J
Go!0 Coin or Bui ion
Mi vet coin or Bui ion
oiiTer or Uold Plate under seal, oai
$1 00 per tlOOO
60 per $1000
US per Si WD
2 00 per $ ItWO
owner's estimate of lull value, audi ai.iuin.. .inn
rate subject to adjustment lor bu k. ( 91 pw 'IUM
on a basis ot. )
Deeds. MortKnpes Vnluable Papers generally, when
oi no fixed value, tl a year each, or according co
Wilis, 85 r which premium covers the remainder ol tbe
Hie ot the maker.
Cnu Hoxes or small Tin Boxes, for pipers ot B inkers.
CapltaliHtH.Morcnaiita, Lawyers, 'tradesmen F.unilles.
etc., Kill be received at 2o each box ortjrunkaer
venr contents unknown to the Company, and liability
FOR COLLECTION OF INTEREST, OWE PER CENT
ON AMOUNT COLLECTED.
COUPONS AM) INTEBhBT W-LL B COLLECTED
WHEN DESIKkD AND KhMITCED
TO 1 HE OWNERS.
DEPOSITS OF MONEY tfaCKltED. OS WHICH
IKTBEr.T WILL BE ALLOWED.
This Company is also authorized to act as Execu
tors. Adiiiinis'rators, and Uuarulans. to receive and
execute Tiusta of ever' description from the Courta,
Corporations, or Individuals.
N. B. BROWSE.
eecrelary and Treasurer. 4 Im
WILLIAM B. DREW,
No. 813 MARKET St.,
QLD AFRICAN COFFEE,
SHALL BE Ah".
OtU CINE MCCUA COFFEE,
GOVERNMENT JAVA COFFEE,
FOrf SALE BT
JAMES R. WEBB,
814$ EIGHTH and WALNUT Streets.
A L E ! ALE!
WILLIAM YOUKGEE'S SPAEKLINQ ED IN
FOB SALE BT THE CAK OR DOZES'.
SIMON COLTON & CLARKE,
S.W. cor. BROAD and WALNUT.
ITCHELL & FLETCHER,
Importer! and Sealer In Fine Groceries,
No. 1804 CUESNUT STREET,
sj Would respectfully si ate that no fuither interruption
to their business will occur in consequence ot the Are
in tbe u j per part of iheir establishment on the morning
of tbe 6th Inst, and aie l ow ready to nil orders for tbeir
friends and the public, and will te thanktul for their
patronage. 9 11 6t
A fine assortment of POCK FT an
TABLE CUTLEkY. RAIIUH m.
15 ZOR STROPS. LADIES' BClb80KS.
PAitR D TAILORS' HHEAB6, TC at
L V, H EL MOLD'S
Cntlerr Store, '0. 13ft t-outh TENTH Htreet,
9188 Three doors above Walnut.
PARTNER WANTED, WITH $2500. TO
ntaue id at lonorable, extemivk;. and lucra
tive bust ieas, in wnlcb there ia no il k. Applicants oaa
be convinced cf this being sate invaatinent, as the
money w II be returned tut of Urrt sales. Eor full par
tlculars apply to WALTON 6 CO,, o. 1218 MARKET
WRITTEN AND VERBAL DESCRIP-
limn ui character, with aAvlnA nn huainiu
r uealth.cducaiion. etc.. aiven dalir. bv
ft 1 stutbSmrp) " ). U CAPEV
J at No.'iftB. TENTH Street, above Ohennnt
VACANT, WITH BOARD, A SECOND-STORY
room. Alto, table bvsnl. ko. 911 spruce
Ueb . fiSUtMi
E L E O. T R I O
8 AVE H LABOR, .
And all bading Grocers sell it.
It ia naed by dtMolrlng in bot wafr, and soaking;
ihe cloibes fire to ten minuti-a, tneu a Itttle hand
rubbing will make them aa o'canaa hours of hard
machine rubbing would do with ordinary soap, and
do injury to the most delicat tabric. It la used with
entire satisfaction in the families of Her. ALFRED
COOKMAN WM. C. STEVENSON, No. 1526 Green
street; THOMAS C. LOVE, No. 10l CI1E3NUI
street; A. L. HART, No. 827 Lombard street;
ISAAC MOSS, Io. 2202 Green street ;;C. HART.
MAN, No. 1229 Marshall atroet. and thoi.n.nri. nf
! others, in all parts oi this and other cities.
ASK TOUR GROCER FOR
DOBBINS' ELECTRIC SOAP.
No. 107 Squtlx FIFTH St.
0 18 6t4p
DVIN HALL & CO
No. 23 SOUTH SECOND STREET,
HAVE NOW OPEN
LOKG Bitot HE SHAWLS,
SQUABS BROCIIE SHAWLS,
OPEN CENTRE SHAWLS,
STRIPE BROCIIE SHAWLS,
BLACK THIBET SHAWLS,
CHILDREN'S ANUMISeKS' SHAWLS.
SHAWLS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
9 18 tutht3l4p
IX. STEEL Sc SOIN,
Nos. 713 and 715 N. TENTH Street,
t HAVE JCBT OPEKED
A LARGE AND CHOICE ASSORTMENT
FALL AND WINTER
13 ItESS ooors
HILK AND WOOL POPLIN'S.
EMPRESS CLOTH POPLINS.
i LAID OF EVERV VARIEIT,
OPEN CENTRE BROCIIE 8HAIVL8,
E1LLED CENTRE BhOCUE SHAWLS.
Host of (lie above Goods ate of
OIR OWN IMPORTATION,
And much lower than tbe present
MARKET PRICES. 9 18 3t
JEDUCTION IX PRICE
MADE AT WALTHAM, MASSACHUSETTS.
In consequence of the reoent great Improvements in
our facilities lor manufacturing, we have leductd our
prices to as low a point as they can be placed
WITH GOLD AT PAR,
So that no one need hesitate to buy watch now from
the expectation that It will be cheaper at some future
time. The test of ten years and the manufacture and
MORE THAN 300,000 WATCHES.
Have given our productions the very highest rank
among time keepers. Commencing with the determi
nation to make onlr thoroughly excellent watches, our
business has steadily increased as the pubUe became
acquainted with their value, until, tor months together,
we have been unable to supply the demand. We have
repeatedly enlarged our factory buildings until they
now cover over three acres of ground, and give accom
modation to more than ehjht hundred workmen.
We are fully Justified In saying that we now make
MORE THAN ONE-HALF OF ALL THE WATCHES
SOLD IN THE UNITED STATES. The different grades
aredittingulshed by the following trado-markt en the
1. "American Wa'ch Co.." Waltham. Mass.
ii. '-Appieiou, Tracy A Co.," Waaham, Mass.
8. "P 6. Bartletv'WaHnam, Ataes '
4. ' William Eilerj.
6 OUR LDIt b ATCH of first quality Is named
Appleton. Tracy Co ." Waltham, Mass.
6. Our next quuliiy ot Ladles' Watch l named "P. 8.
liartlctt," Waltbain Mais. These watohes are
furnished In a great variety of sues an d styies of
The Am.rlcan Wa ch Co. of Waltham. Mas autho
rize os to state that without dlsiinotlou of ttade marks
ALL THB PRODUCTS OF THEIR FACTORY ARE
FULLY WARRANT D
to be the best timekeepers of their c asa ever made in
this or any other country, buvera should remember
that, unlike tbe guarantee of a furelgn maker, who can
never be reached, this guarantee la good at all times
against the c ompany or ihelr axente aud that ll arier
the moat thorough trial, any watuh should prove detec
tive in any particular. It may always be exchanged tor
another. As toe American Watches made at Waltham
are for aale by dealers seneral'y throughout tie ceuntrv
we do not solicit orders tar single Watches. '
CAUTION. l he public are cautioned to buy only of
respectable dealeis. All persona selling countenelts will
ROBBIE'S fc APPLETON,
AGEKT3 FOR THK AMERICAN WATCH COM
PANY, 9 14 Itulnftip No. 182 RHOAnWAT. N. Y.
OLD PORT WINES,
VERT RA HE OLD BRANDIES,
SHERRY AND MADEIRA WINES,
RYE, BOURBON, AXD WHEAT WHISKIES,
By the Demijohn or Cask.
H. & A. C. VAN CEIL,
No. 1310 CIIESMT Street.
JeF. & E. B. OR N B
THIRD DOOR ABOVE NINTH,
J. F. & JE. B. ORNE,
FKENCH CHENILLE CARPET3.
J. F. & E. 23. ORNE,
INGLISII ROYAL WILTON,
ENGLISH BRUSSELS CARPETS,
J. F. & E. B. OENE,
MESSRS. JOHN CK0S3EY & SONS'
6-4 VELVET CARPETS.
J. F. & fi. B. 0 R M E,
ENGLISH TAPESTRY CARPETS,
Now Landing from Steamer "Mellta."
J". E. & E. B. OR1STE,
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN S-FLT CARPETS.
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN INGRAIN CARPETS'.
10-4, 124, 164 DRUGGETS.
J. E. & E. B. OR1STE,
HALLS AND STAIRS,
WITH EXTRA BORDERS.
J. F, & . B. ORNE,
THIRD DOOR ABOVE NINTH,
FANCY BUGS AND SHEEPSKIN SCATS.
COCOA SLATTING, ALL WIDTHS.
ENGLISH OIL CLOTHS, FOR FLOORS.
ENGLISH OIL CLOTHS, FOR STAIRS.