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OBITUARY.
Otmminder J, J. Cornw.ll, V. 8. Bt.
The cable announce the Burlilen death, in the
twit of Toulon, of Commander John Jacob
Cornwell, United State Navy, second officer in
command of the United State iron-clad uteamer
Miantonomah, of tho European oqtiadron.
Commander Cornwell was a native of Ohio,
whence he entered the navy in Kebrunry, 1847,
receiving his comml-trion as Lieutenant in
September, 1855. Soon after the breaking out
of the war he was promoted to the rank of
LieutenaMt-Commflnder, and, being appointed
to the steam Moop-ot-war Caoandaigua, par
ticipated in the achievements of tho South
Atlantic squadron. In 1864 he was transferred
to the Mississippi squa'lron, and served with it
during the remainder of the wsr. Ia the peace
basis eriablihlied tor the squadron by Admiral
Lee, be commanded the scond division, whose
Jurisdiction ex'ended from While river to Grand
Gulf. In 18fi0 he whs promoted to the rank
which he held at the time of bis death, and ou
the 22d of March, of the same year, he wa
aliened to the Miantonomah, with which he
cruUed iu European waters.
Sarah, Coumteia Dowager of Jersey
Ibe London papers announce the sudden
death of this 1 idy, at bT town residence in
Berkeley square. It appears that, having re
tired to her dressinif-room afier dinner, to all
appeaiancps in perfect health, the domestics
were staitled by the violent ringing of her belt
On an attendant enterinci the apartment, the
Countess said she feared she had broken a blood
vessel. Medical atsistauce was instantly ob
tained, but it failed to do any good, and the
Countess expired shortly before cloven o'clock.
(Sarah Sophia. Countess ef Jersey, was born
on the 4th of March, 1785, and was consc
. qucutivlu the eighty-second jear of her ae
at the time of her death. She was the eldcft
dauebter and only surviving child of the tenth
Earl of Westmoreland, her mother being Anne,
daughter of Mr. Robert Child. In May, 1804,
the deceased lady married George Viscount
Vill ers, who became Karl of Jorsey the fol
lowing jeur by reason of the death of his
father. By ibis mniriae there were seven
children, of whom lour wera sous and three
daughters. Of these children Frederick, mar
ried to Lady Elizpbefh, daughter of the Earl of
Athlcme, alone survive, the title of Earl of
Jersey being borne bv the 6on of George
Augustus, her eldest child, who died shortly
after his Inther.
But few ladies oi the Enclish aristocracy have
held a higher position in society than the Coun
tess of Jersey. I'osseseed of extraordinary
abilities, and having a thorough knowledge of
European politics, she drew around her the
most distinguished foreign diplomatists of her
times, as well as the prominent statesmen of the
tory and liberal parties. Herself a strong tory.
a believer in the superiority of "noblemen" and
"noble women" over the great mass of the
.people, and of the rlcht of the aristocracy to
rule the peasantry aud middle class of Engbind,
her ladyshio soon became distinguished tor her
political partisanship, and her "at homes" were
exclusively confined to a distinct political
faction. Notwithstanding tm, however, she
received the attentiont of many ot the opposing
party.
The lato Lord Paimerston, even when in
office, was an occasional visitor: and Lord
Brougham was a warm personal friend of the
deceased. For many years the Countess of
Jersey held an enviable position among the
aristocracy ot London. Tne death of her bus
band in 1859, however, induced her to retire
Into seclusion, and ever since (he had only
sought the society of her most intimate friends.
While vet a comparatively young woman she
received the personal regard of the Emperor
Nicholas of Russia, and the Kings ol Prussia,
Holland, Belgium, and Hanover.
In her private character the Countess is repre
sented as having been kind and charitable,
without ostentation. She is said to have sup
ported many indigent lamilies. who will neces
sarily feel a double regret at her death. For
many eat s past her ladyship had been one of
the leading pa'rouesses of "Almacks;" and, with
Lady Paimerston, shared the greatest influence
Col. Arthur St. G. II. Stepney, C. B.
This distinguished officer of the Brltit-h army
died recently at Jersey, England, from injuries
received. He entered the service as ensign of
the Twentj -ninth regiment In 1834, and, after
being promoted to various other positions, was
appointed Major in 18jt),aud became Lieutenant
Colonel of toe Fifty-fourth regiment iu 1854.
In July of tbe same ear he was appointed a
Cautain and a Lieutenant-Colonel of the Cold-
streams, and was placed in command of a bat
talion of that regiment, with the rank of Colonel,
in 1863. In August, 1866, Colonel Stepney re
tired on half pay. The military services of the
deceased were brilliant, and received much
notice. He was engaged in the Sutjee (India)
campaign of 1845-6, and commanded the Twenty-ninth
regiment at the battle ot Feiozeshah.
When retaking the Sikh camp a mine ex
ploded, blowing him up and wounding him. He
nevertheless continued in action until severely
wounded by a grape hot, when he was com
pelled to relinquish ibe command ot the reei
nient. At the Battle of Sobraon he greatly dis
tinguished himself; and for his gallantry during
the engagement was promoted brevet major,
and nominated ft C. B., withmedal and clasp.
During the Crimean wur he served with the
Coldstream Guards from December, 1854, to the
end of the war, and received a medal and clasp
for Scba.s'opol, together with a Turkish medal
and the order of ibe Medjidie, fifth class. In
1864 he was awarded the Rood servies pension
of 100 a year.
Sir XV. S. Harris, F. R. S.
This eentlimau. known lavorablv throughou
the civilized world as tbe inventor ol the only
safe method of liebtning conductors, died
rprentlv in Encland. He was born in Plymouth,
in 1792. his parents being of the lower class of
society. He receiveu a gooa euucnuon at tuu
vivmouth Grammar school, and studied medi
cine at the University of Edinburgh. Atter
practising his profession with great success tor
several jears, he abandoned it and devoted
himself entirely to the study of electricity
and magnetism. In 1820 he discovered
the mode Qf conducting lightning by meaua
ot broad copper plates, and his writings on
the discovery attracted so much attention
that Oueeu Victoria con'erred upon him an an
nuity of 300 "in consideration of his services
In the cultivation of science.' In 1843 his in
ventiou was used on all ol tuo ur.tiBlt war ves
sels, and since that time the British navy has
never known loss or durance by lightning. In
1860 the deceased received ihe appointment of
scientino reteree lor tne ijovernment lu alt mat
ters relating to elecricity. and while in this
position superintended the fitting of his con
ductors to the two Houses of Parliament, the
rn ni nalaces. and other publ'c editice9. the lust
upon which be was personally engaged being
the roval mausoleum at I-rocrmore. Sir W. S.
Harris was knighted tor bis cervices to science.
91 'me Louis Clin pins.
Thla lady died recently at Marseilles. France,
She was a "member ot a funnly distinguished for
its adherence and faiihfulueis to the Bourbon
dynasty. Her father lecdved several severe
wounds while defending Louis XVI, on the 10th.
nf Allans. 1792. and her mother was presented
with a piii ot diamond earrings by Murle An
toinette, for the zeal she displayed in protect
ing tue Queen from ice lurv ui me rauuie ou
the same occasion.
A California Pioneer.
ti. finHforuift Turners have long obituary
notice of Mr. Michael Phalcn, one of the
earliest pioneers ol the Golden State, whj died
recently at the residence ot bis brother, John
Phalen. awell-knon California merchant, in
vnr.ii.nm. near New York city. Mr. rauieu
the steamer Call
ir'i.. i ibki. ITauas amona tho first of those
enternrlsing spirits who contributed so much
to bt'tld up the fortunes of that State in the face
of those limitless difficulties which met the
; .r. min In cnnlunction with h'3
' I rother James, who is still a resident merchant
m San Francisco, he succeeded In amassing a
bandscme independence by ULtirlng industry
unit soulless 1I11JIII luBiuuij -
bv those who knew him through all uts dusi
n'. ".:,".ininth new State on the Pacitic
He returned to New York a short time .lace to
"njoj tae iruiis ot his labors, and unhappily
THE DAILY EVENING JELlLGRAril.-rnil.ADELPIIIA, WEDINKSJUr,
died here, at the early age of forty-seven yenr,
leaving behind him a record which might serve
as nn example to the nsintr generation.
CAMDEN AFFAIRS.
A Serifs op Offknsks. About two irtontlia
since ft mnn nnmed .Tames K. On! Hirer arrived
In Cnmden, end took board with a widow Indy.
He remained n week, and then decamped with
out paying Ills board bill. Hhorlly after he
visited tho saw-mill of Messrs. Htookhain. and
represented that lie was about to build a largo
vessel at Itordentown. He desired to purchase
some lumber, which bo did to the amount of
l"00. The (lrm being anxious to secure such a
good customer, had nonfldenoe enough In him
to loan him ten dollars, which lie requested.
He told them to send n boy with him to his
boitrdliig-liotiHC, and he would Rive them the
money. The boy went, but Gulliver made otr.
and wits not heard from ngnlii until he visited
the furniture store of Mr. Murray, where bo
bought nemt-li.ad of furniture, find dpslred It
should be sent ton plme in South C.undon. Ho
succeeded In boi rowing seventy-five cents of
this Rentlcmun. A furniture cur loaded wit i
tliogooilH was sent, hut the mnn, after driving
all over Houtli Camden, returned and said he
couldn't Mud any siih nlii v. Malligftr' next
exploit was by being bound In tho boudsof holy
rnntrlmony to a widow of this city.
Itnppenrs that (lallluer hud left a wife and
four smnll children in Maryland when he com
menced his perambulations, find the wife hav
ing received information that her husband was
sojourning in Camden, enme on witli the chil
dren. When she reached Philadelphia two of
the children (twins) died, aud her funds hlng
exhnusted, she was obliged to go to tho Alms
house. Yesterday she wont to Camden, and
there learning of her husband's second marriatie,
declared it 11 legal, and had hlin arrested. At the
hearing before Mayor Hudd both wlve3 were
present, and enme near Indulging In the use of
their rists. As it was, high words were used,
find had It not been for the Intel feronce of his
Honor, would have culminated in a knock
down argument. Galliger was committed In
default of SluOO hall.
Thief Caught. Yesterday afternoon a
country wagon was standing at Federal Btreet
ferrv. In It were several packnges of groceries,
and some oranges. Edward Phelpher passing
that way, and having a desire to be the possessor
of one of the latter, walked up to the wagon,
and picked it up. Seeing the groceries lying
there, and nobody around, be seized t hem and
made off. The owner, however, perceived him,
and made chase. He was captured and taken
before the Mayor, who committed him to
answer. - -
Tools Recovered. Some of the tools stolen
from Mr. Thomas Jones' carpenter shop In
South Camden, were recovered yesterday by
Officer Coutts at a second-band store. They had
been disposed of by George Bloom Hold, for
whoso arrest a warrant hag been Issued. i
CITY INTELLIGENCE.
fob additional local items sek thibd paqk.
I
Petty Police Casei. A German named
Gottlieb Herren, whilst afflicted with an attack
of beer, got into a quarrel with a bystander, at
Thirty-fourth aud T hompson streets, yesterday
morning, the results of which were Mutt Gott
lieb committed an nssaultand battery unon the
man, and was arrested therefor. He was taken
before Alderman Jones, and after a preliml
nnryexamiuatiou was held inGU0 bail for a fur
ther bearing of tho ciise.
' MHry Fitzgerald was arrested last night for
depriving her Interesting family of the plea
sure of her company, and neglecting to provide
the means of supplying their hungry appetites.
Mary resides near Second and Christian st reets.
She bad a hearing before Alderman Titter
miiry, who committed her to answer. 1
A young white woman, named Clara Green,
aged about twenty-one years, was arrested on
a charge of assault and battery. In a bouse in
Puponoeuu street; last nigtit. It appeurs that
Clara has an infirmity of temper, nud It getting
tbe hotter ot her, she undertook to lay violent
hands upon the people of the house at which
she was staying. Hhe was bold to answer ut a
further hearing.
Stealing Wash-Clothes. About 4 o'clock
vesterday afternoon Officer Hirst, of the Fifth
District, detected a colored man named John
Wiillers In the act or stealing some wash-
rlotbcs from a line in tbe yard of the house No.
731 Bpruce street. He had with hi in a blsick
boy named William Aloxander, about nine
years old. The mau.nt the lime, succeeded lu
making bis esoare, but the boy was secured.
It appears that Walters passes lilinsell oil' us a
sweep, and has the boy for his alleged assistant.
The boy says, however, that Walters was train
ing hlin up to De a tuiei. w nen uiey woui i go
Into a bouse under the pretense of ulcaning the
chimney, they would steal whatever articles
were lying arouna loose.
For some months past tbey have been in tho
babit of robbing the yards of places In the lower
artof the cliy ol wasno-iouies, anu wuaiever
was lert out, or uoors. ine uoy meniioneu
about fifteen cases In which yards have been
despoiled. In one case Walters weut Into a
yard where there was a cage containing a
couple of canaries. Ho took the cage, but the
. . i . i i . i . i .. t ir.
DOllom uroppeu oui nui ino onus csuturu. no
has . taken, at diil'erent times, tabfo-oloths,
shirts, and other articles of clothing. Some of
the stolen goods are at, me rum .District eiauon
House, where they can be bad by applying to
lieutenant couneny. v oners was arresiuu um
evening, and, after a hearing of the case befor j
Alderman Tuulson, both he and the boy Alex
ander were committed tor a mrtner Hearing.
Sale of Stocks and Rfal'Estate. The fol
lowing properties were sold at public sale, by
James A. Freeman, at the Phflade'pUia Ex
change, commencing at noon to-aay:
Anthony street House above Uiclterson
MlK rouna rent .
Marlon street House and lot. above Federal
street - - "
Moss street A two-story house, west of
(.'buries street, u uy n ieet i ia niouuu
rent..
Ground lU rjli Three Irredeemable itrauiiu 1 40
rents ot i'la, 6, unJIIJ per an'iuiu, SoveuUi r 2--
ftiiU lxjmburd streets ) ii1
Ho. tlltf Brown street A three-story brick
house, 1(1 by 'St feet i7a
Four colt uses. Nos. 2237, Vm. 2211 and 2243
JNurlli HecoiiQ street ; uiso. six nouses IU tne
re ar, on I'uleliiorp street Not sold
$M t round It ul On a lot of ground, coruer
I'.lui ud West sfeet, nineteenth Ward Not sold
Disorderly Hoi'se Case. The police authori
ties made a descent upon a disorderly houso,
kept by Mary Anu Pullett, at No. 12,2 Dock
street, lust night, about half un hour after mid
night. Coniplainis had been made to Lieute
nant Goldey about tho place, nnu )9 sent u
squad and urretsted thu keeper of the house aud
seven others, male and female, who happened
to be enjoying ber hospitality at the time. It
lb mid that she is the wife of a man who was
ttrrcsted a short lime ago on a charge of com
mitting a robbeiy. Mary Ann and the others
b:d a bearing before Alderman Massey, when
she was held In frlOUO bull to answer the charge
ol keeping a dlsordoi iy house, and the others In
vai lous amounts for drunkenness and breach
of tue peuce. ,
Malicious Misciiiuk. Yesterday afternoon, '
a man by the name of MeGreese, "while wheel
ing a bin row along Franklin street, neur ltace,
conceived the idea tbuta vastaniounlofumuse
meul would accrue to him should he forcibly
pioslrale u cerluin colored individual then run
ning along, named Fisher, by u forcibly colli
sion with his barrow. So he walked swiftly,
directing bis barrow towards Fisher und
allhough the latter tried to gel out of the way
lie was, nevertheless, successfully doubled up
on the sidewalk by the concussion. Not relish
ing Urn, he lodged complaint., aud MeGroese
was nrrtsted and held lo appear at Court in
default of ball, by Alderman Williams.
Pitchino Pennies. Thin juvenile fashion is
considered very reprehensible by our order
loving community. There are gangs of small
boys iu the upper and lower parts of the city,
who engage in that amusement ut all hours of
the day. The police are resolved to put a stop
to meli proceedings, and accordingly have
arrested a number of the parties. Five of the
young gamblers were arrested in Amber street,
near Glrurd avenue, yesterday afternoon, and
hud a hearing before Aldermuii Clouds, who
held them in M bail lo uuswer the charge of
gambling.
An Unfilial Thief. John Glen, a young
lad, was arrested yestetduy iu Giraid aveuu,
near Fifth street, on a charge of larceny. It
appears that John w as a youug man who lias
a great many small expenses. Wishing to raise
some money, ho took one of his father's coats
ond tried to pawn it. His father got to bear of
the way in which John was acting, and had him
arrested. He bad a hearing before Aldermau
Cloud, and was held to ball to auswar the
charge of larceny.
Stealing Sails. Hie schooner James W.
Hay arrived at this port vesterday morning,
and on Immediate charge by the CapUiu
thereof, Wllllnm Hlldreih, employed as mate,
was arrested for stealing a topsail from the
schooner, while lying moored to the powder
wharf, at Wilmington, Delaware. The case was
'V,l!B 1 Delore dined Wales Commissioner
. . a hearlnuyeslerdav afternoon, during
ii Hi I1,lldre,n acknowledged the theft of the
Jjiil. The defendant, however, was discharged,
the Commissioner having no Jurisdiction to
"'ki mi, since the vessel was moored to tin
e
e
whnrf and the case must necessarily go before
If e civil iiulhoi ltles of Wilmington. Had the
crinn. llntl me
Vessel been anchored In tho Mir, .nm litutnml rrf
at the whai f, t lie prisoner wonld have undoubt
edly been held by the Commissioner.
Stole a Ham. James McKlrov ami Tho:nas
Mr-Manns were arrested on a charge of Inrcenv.
McFlroywas arrested last evening at No. 2)7
Ontario street, and McManus this morning at
atcl'Cll Place. It appears thai the teeth of
the guilty pair bnd watered at the sight of n
luscious suLnr-eured bam. of ample propor
tions, that graced the front of n grocery store
in Ontario street. Uclng unable to resist the
ti.stlgntions of tholievll. they con tlscated the
Itixuiious liioisel. and took their departure,
without saying "nothing to nobody." Koine
one, however, saw tbe act nnd g:iva informn
ilon. They had a bearing helore Alderman
Massey, who held them In 11000 batl to answer
tbe'ehurge of larceny.
TfO BKTTER IHVKBTMlCKT CAS BB rOVttO THAR
ClOTHINO AT OUR PBKSKNT ORKATLV RRDCCicD
PBICRS, WHICH ARB LOWkR THAK THKT FOS9IBLT
CAB BR MIT WlHTKK.
Halt-way bktween ( Bkkfbtt ft Co.,
Fifth and I Tow kb Hall,
SlXTH 8tw. C618MARKrr Stbskt,
Ten Cents Expensr in Nink Ykatis !
Wasiungtok, April 22. I860. Messrs. Orover &
linker Gentlemen : 1 have long thought that,
in justice to tho excelieuce of your '-.sewing
Machine." it was my duty to inform you thst
nine years since I purchased one from your
rigent, in this city, and that I have had it in
constant use since that time, anil, during the
entire period the expense, aside from a tew
needles, bas been ten ceutsjto keep It In perfect
repair.
I give the above as evidence of the sunerl
ority of your machine over others, because I
have used those made by othcrpari les, but with
little satisfaction. M. E. Wilson.
To The Public J, J. Tuttle, No. 926 Chcsuut
Btreet, Importer of Wines, Teas, Crossed Blaclc
well's Pickles, Sauces, etc., will shortly open a
large stock of goods. Previous to which Is
offered a choice assortment of genuine Havana
Cigars, Imported in the steamers Heudrick
Hudson and Stars and Stripes.
What a Wonderful Discovery Is Perry
Davis' Vegetable Pain Killer! It not only cures
the Ills of the human family, but Is also the sure
remedy for horses with colic, and bas never
been known to fall in the worst cases; and for
sprains, galls, etc , It never fails try It .once.
Directions accompany each bottle. Sold by
Druggists generally. Kenton Co.(Ky.) Democrat.
The nf.w dress that nature will soon put;on
ixtinonlshes us of the coming senson, when we
must put on our new seasonable dress, nud 'the
profusion of nature in variety hardly surpasses
tr-nt exhibited at the First-Class Clothing
House of Charles Stokes & Co., under tho Con
tinental. Caution ! In onr changeable climate, coughs,
colds, und diseases of the throat, lungs, and
chest will always prevail. Cruel Consumption
will claim Its victims. These diseases, if at
tended to lu time, can be arrested and cured.
The remedy is Dr. .Wlstar's Balsam of Wild
Cherry. .' .
A CCRB FOR BHKUMATI8JT WORTH Skbino. S.
Kiipatriek, No. 1744 Olive street, cured by Dr.
Fl tier's lUmedv. No core, no psv.
Who Makes tub Bust and Cheapest Clothixo?
Wanamabbb As Knows,
Oak Hall,
Popular Clotbihrs.
Soatbeast corner Sixth ana Maukbt btroeu.
MARRIED.
LKA P-Kl'HN.-On Fcbrunry 17. 1867, by Rev. J.
F. Meredith, IjKNNIS J. LEAP to ItAClIKL. 1J.
KUHN. both ot Mnunynnk.
PHAI1L KNOltrt. On thefith Instant, at No. Sill
N. liroad street, bv llev. A. MaiiHhip. Mr. SAMUEL
PJIA1IL to Miss SCSAJiXAU 1. KKOHK, buiiiot
Ibis city.
PROVOST THOMPSON. Janunry 2. 1S07, nt Bur
lington. M. J., by Rev. John 1. Robins, the Rev. 1.
PROVOST, ut Ciinuleu, N. J., to Mrs. JULIA 11.
TliOMl BON, of Philadelphia, Pa.
DIED.
fniiiror tcil while in the I'nitt-d Slates Hervlun, W IL
LIAM HENRY BROOKKR. late First Lieuteuaul
v.n.n..nv T ist RpirimiMit 1 V'.. ASt'il 20 years. .
His male irlenda and those ot tne lamlly are Invited
to attend Hie luneral. trom his father's residence.
Colonel 11. C. Brooker, No. 1415 Reed street, ou Friday
alter noon, the 2:d lusiuut, at 3 o'clock, wltliout further
notice.
ENGLISH. On the lTtb insU, JOnN F. ENGLISH,
aged 64 years.
The relatives and friends of the family are respect
fully Invited to attend the funeral, from his late resi
dence, Moorestown. Burlington county, N. J., ou
Thursday morning, the Zlst lnstunt, at to o ciock.
FOW. On the 14th instant, alter a lingering Uluess,
Mr. JACOB Uv . aftea o yearB.
a irpr life's liil'ul luver he sleens well.
The relatives and trlends of the lamlly are Invited
to.Qitonrl the funeral, from his late residence. Ni.
1312 Marlborough street, on Thursday mornlux at 3,'
o'clock. Services sua tuiermeni ai at. .uicuuei s. i
HAY WARD. On Tuesday morning, the 19tb Id
!, Mr. r.. H. HAY WARD.
Tbe friends of the family arelnvltfd to attend her
m. , tlm raul,ljinrA rtf Itar snii.ln.liiiir 'si
bnruce street, on Thursday moruing ut 10 o'clock.
LANG. 8uddenly, on the 19th instant, ANDREW
LA KG, oged tw years.
I'l,. ro!oitv.. nnd friendi. and the Police Force, o
which he was a member, are respec-ttuily lnviud lo
slU-nd the funeral, from tils lute residence. No. Inltt
Addition street, on Friday aheiuoon at i o'clock. To
proceed to Mount Moriub,
MeHRIDE. On the lHth Instant, ANDREW Y
McJIRlDK, In tbe2rith year ol his age.
The relatives and friends of the laintly are respect
fully Invited to attend his funeral, from the residence
of his mother, No. 517 s. Eleventh street, ou '1 uur-jdsy
ufteruoou, ihe 2lut Instaut, at 2 o'clock.
NO!tIlTi?.-Oii the 17th Instaut, Mrs. CATHARINE
C NURR1S. wile of Joseph Norris, Sr., lu the 5SU1
yenr ot her ane.
Her rei.vtivfcs and trlonds sre respectfliHy invited
to attend her funeral, from her late residence. No.
"'" '"rttC1" street, below Mnrlurout;ti, Ou Friday hllur
"ZZn, the 27i! InSiaU:.' at 2 o'clock.
RVSSELU-OnStniluyniu:.'!,ie. February 17. Mrs.
1IANNAU RL&oELL, diiugliter u he late Dvun.s
KHer relatives snd trlends are respectfully Invited to
ntiond her luueml, fioin her late resilience, Lower
Merion. M nlmnery county, ou Thursday mornlin;.
February 21, hi fl o'clock. amazes will leave tlie
ollice of Simon Gariland; Thlrleentli street, above
Chesnut, at 6 o clock. V.
YFl'.GFn.-On Tuesduy. the liilh Instant. JA .'OB
S., sou ol Joiun Yerger, In the r.nn year uf his ae.
'ihe relulives bin) friends t tne i.iunly art! rts;ie.!t
fully invited to nltend Hie liini'iul, Irom tue ie:
deii'ce of iiW liilher. No. 42a t'oaies street, ou Fi.d.iy.
the 2Jd Instant, at 1 o'clock P. M.
SCREAM TILL YOU AKiS HOARSE, AND
II will not bring you aid so boihi. nor' be heuid so
(Br at nlKht, s:u Watchman's Riittlo. Kveryhmlv
knowo when one Is sprung thai help is needed. W'lule
hurtlars are nliout. Iiouiek-epers shouhl luive one
reaoy lor use. Sold by TRUMAN ft SHAW.
No. 8;l5 (ElKhl 1 hh ty-tlve) Market SI., below Ninth.
T-I1E PATENT CLUTCH URdCK REQUIRES
1 no lilting or nnlciiing ol the hits, but immediately
ndhtsls Itseir, and hoi ds Ihem firmly aud truly cen
tred. Every mechanic can see the great waving ot
lime und labor thus etl'-cie.l. Sold, with Ihe nJul
Kinds, aud a variety of other tools, by
TRUMAN 4 SHAW,
No. S85 (klihtTlilrty-llve) Market St., below Ninth.
TP A FUDDINU IS PROVED LY If
JL eutlng, why not a Clothes-Wringer by Us use? The
wide-spread use of thesx labor und clothe-i saving
ui tides has placed the (juestlou o' their uselulues and
economy beyond cavil. Wringers repaired, and
severul of the beit kliius ure for sale ut
TRUMAN & SHAW'S,
No. 835 (Eight Thirty-five.) Market St., below Ninth.
WARBURTON.
FAMHONABLK HATTER,
Nil en Lu k'n ii l.., i
916
Neil door to l ost Ollice.
T)OD0ER9 AND WOSTENHOLM'3 POCKET
4 V KM V Ess. Pearl and Slag 11
undies, of beautiful
finish. ROIKIERS' and WALK A HUTCH EK'S
RAZORS and the celebrated LEOOULTWE RAJiOH.
bClhbOHS of the hnenl quality.
Razors. Knives, Sctusors, and Table Cutlery Ground
nd Polished at P. MADEIRA'S, No. Ho TENTH
fcimt, below CUesuut, t H'l
TJITCfl PINK TI Si BE 11 127.0011 FEKT 6TT
J perior South Cnroltfin I'ltih I'liieTlinlrer. Lirge
sticks on shipboard, l or sale iy
DALLKTT A SO.V.
I 8" No. 121 South Front htrert.
T NT) I A RUBBER MAniriN'IS UKLTISG
J SI FA M PACKING HOHK, K 10.
KnulKi eis iiml dealers will hud a mil H-ffiortmcnt ol
0K)i)YEAR'H PATK.NTVI J'ANL:KI RITBHKR
HKI1INU. PACKING. HOSE, etc, at IUB Mkuufao
turer's Henrtrninrters,
UOOD YEAR'S,
No. 301OriE,-NUT 8trt,
a HoUt.l Hi'tft.
N. B. We have snow and cheap W-tlcle utGAIt-
lit-iN ana PAVEMENT lliinU rery cheap, lo whlcb
Ihe attention ot Hie nnhllc l phUoiI. I 21 :nn
DEAFNKS-KVBRl INS CitUJIENT THAT
science nnd skill h:ive Invented to assist the
earing In every decree ol deal'iips; ulso. Respirators;
also, llandaU'8 l'ntPiit trutclies. stiperlnr to any
othersin use. at P. M A IKI It A'.s. No. HjTKNTII
Street , below f iipfnui. 2 s r;p
TOR DAN'S CELF.BR 1TED TONIC ALE.
t) '1 his Iruly henltlil'ul and nutritious beveraxe. now
Ufce by tliotisandR InvalldM nnd nihei-n Ii.l-4 esta
blished n character foromiht v of material ftn.l purity
ol niniiulacttire which stands unrivalled. ltlsrcom
n ended hy physicians ol this and other places as a
si;perlor tonic, and reiiulres hut a trial lo convlnrs
the most skeptical of Its gT inert:. To be had.
wholesale and reia.l. of P. J, JORDAN. No. Hi PF.AIt
Street. 1 1 79
UNADULTERATED LIQUORS ONLY.
RICH ARO PKNISTAN'S
I S1UKK A U VAULTS,
No. 4: CHESNUT Street,
Nearly Opposite the Post Ollice,
PHILAnir.f.PIIIA.
Fsmllles supplied. Orders from the oo-intry
promptly attended to R;i!
T. STEWART BROWN,
st-mw-snit to
DROWN .t MAOF.E,
MAMFACTUHKU OF
TRUNKS,
VALI9E3,
BAGS. Etc..
Sullable for Furopeaa Travel.
. rorner of FOURTH and CHEsNUT Streets,
S I'
Fo
iinerly at No. 70s Chesnut street. 2l-l i
J)RUiNKENNESS CURED.
DR. BELTi'8 CURE FOR INTEMPE BANCS
Isssnreeare for Drankennans, snd ctn bs dminis
tered nl boat the knowledge of tne patient.
send for descriptive circular. Price. 1 per box, post
pa d. Address
1 30wfrnlm Box 2. OBKHINTOWS, Pa.
QNE
PRICE CLOTniNG.
JONES'
OLD ESTABLISHED
ONE PRICE
CLOTHING HOUSE.
No. 004 MARKET ST,
130 wfir.6mSo
ABOVE SIXTH.
FOR SALE.
FOR 8 A Li E A VERY DESIRABLE
C'l.unlry St at, cuntiiinlin: twenty-one acres, more
oi less, situated on me oiu VofK rona, oppoiue me
residence ol si r. Jo.iepli swiit. una ttUjoini i iiinu.1 oi
Mr. Rouersandthe lute William Lok"U Flslier, an I
wllhln lllteen mlnuleH' walk ol stations mi the North
Pennsylvania and tlerm .niowri Rullroads. For par
ticulars ap ly on the premise, or to
AJ3.KA.UAiu. it. iiutMun, r.xecuior.
2 15 l'.H Qermantown.
S FOR SALK IHE VERY COMPLETE
il Blde-ynrd Invellin),'. No. 2ll sPllINti (AR1EN
Sueet, lu e.xcellen; order. B. F. OLEN'N,
No. ii a. MKVJ-.iSTll snreei, ana . w. corner
1 IS at of SEVENTH l-.NTTC nnd UitKION Sts.
FOH SALfc, A BARGAIN. THE NEAT
iJii Stone oltuise. No. 4VHI K INOSKS-ilNil Avenue.
est l'hilnde'iihlu. Lot. 40XI7S. 11. F. GLENN,
FOR BENT.
GROUND BETWEEN LEAOUE INLAND
Nl) THE NAVY YARD.
2ai3,(KU FEET.
To lease lor n term of years, in lots to suit, for
whurfiiKe. slid niitnulacturiiig and uomiuerclal pur
poses, two million six hundred and thirteen thousand
anil six hundred leet of prnuud, more ur less, on the
Le'uware river front of ihe city, between League
Ithiiid tind the present Navy Yard, owned by tue
Philadelphia Commercial W'hiirt and Railroad Com
pany. '1 erins liberal. One-halt of the capital stock of
me company is to lie expended lor improvements on
the grounds of the Com puny, lu accordance with the
lrovisibiis of the charter.
Shares fvi each. Five dollars per share to be paid
at the time or subscribinir, the balance to be culled iu
hh reonired lor Ihe ImtirovemeiiiH.
Subscription Rooks now open at the ollice of the
Company, No. 37 WALNUT Street, seooud story
front room.
i!I5t'lrp T. S. EMERY. President.
PERSONAL.
IMPORTANT TO DISABLED SOLDIERS.
ArrlicaDts for admission to the UNITED STATES
MILITARY ASYLUM FOR DISABLED SOLLIEKS
t Ajiyusta, Maine, can have tiansportatlou furnished
thither by applying to the Office ot the undersigned,
before noon of THURSDAY next. Applicants must
bring discharge papers, or certiUctttes of Identity,
and proper references.
N. E. I'ti.s'.cns need dvt be surrendered to the
Asylum.
JAY COOKE,
Xos. 114 aai m 8. THII'.D Street, '
2I$t Mannner for Pennsylvania.
Cli OH EXTRA BOUNTY. 60LDIERS AND
j)XVJv- Heirs who are entitled to this Bounty, aud
wl o have not yet u.ado application, should do so at
opce. us the lVyiuaiter-titueral desires all claims to
be flied !' clAisJSCJS as soon as possible. I nm dally
receiving the checks for this Exira County . and uoiny
he bt:ccess!ul applicunls as soon as received, througu
Ihe Post Ollice. t hose desiriux a speedy settlement
should cll on or addi eis ,
o., r.-,, W. FORD.
. 241 IiOCK s'reet. one door below Third.
JN i IL S O'CLO'. K. 2 9 loj
f.FFICE
DAY
NH.illlS UN'
ui
"lACTIOM. THIS IS TO NOTIFY THE
puoii i inai .e nave registereo our tiott es at Hr
rbori! 1'a , accord me to law, and tlioy are nurked
KM1TU 4
c rniLiAUA..-- on one side, anlalarue
r. lta i.llla lnl.. ......... oiu n
coplial OB the other. Persons iiaiiiw or Hllinuour
l:,tli. Will I,a iifii.i.Aniu1 ar.j.r.ll,,lu
J ii) tuiil 'smith A CO.
lost. ;
ttUf-zA Hf-WAKD LOST, MONDAY EVWIN0,
t'J February IS. guing from Six ill and Spring
loirden stieel" to the Academy of Mimic, .jr returning
a 1.A1Y'S I'EARL CROSS BREASTPIN, valued as
.ifeiit. The ui.ove reward will be cheerfully paid lor
lis return lo No. lo7 vVALNUT street, second ntory
niidille i com. a 10 .31 '
OK, KEWARD.-LO-T ON sUNl AY AFTFR.
t?) m od. 171 Ii Inst., a LINK OOL1) BRAi'ELEl'
between Nineteenth mid Vine streets aud Franklin'
m ii Thompson streetn. Tlie tinder wiL receive the
nbovt- reward by relurulng il to Ihls ollice. is
WANTS.
-TSJOIICE.-AN orpORTUSITV IS OFKEttED
J.N lo inenol e-M-erlc-nce and tact lo engage In one
ol tie iiiiprvtant l.n.nclcs of busine-s. Persona I of
t-xpi'i'iei ce in rauvakNiug Preferred, o.ll rt No il
roiiii ruiu onui'i. iu mis cily, at ollices Nos -'4
iii d 'j.
i 111 I Jilp
PARTNER WANTED, WITH $30,000 TO
'Vi'!0JiU v,m 'iuc,":f retiring I'.nner In
an tstelBsi.eU Auei!ii and CommlsMon business.
A'liir-sN. I'ANCtiAl- Box No. J. i ). 2 19 at
TTN1TED STATES REVENUE .STAJIPS.
V) Principal Depot. So. 3 CHK8NUT Street.
CtnUal Depot, No. 103 8.KIFIH Street one door Lelo
Che.uut- Etbllbed ltXU.
b.BndT.y.ml,n?, "pt.on o.n.taatlyoD
i!rllf rS K Wall or Espreii promptly attended to.
United Mates ole, Dralu on Philadelntila ot S
York, or current funds received In pavmeuu
Partlcalar atlentlou paid to mailorder..
The drctaloua ol the CoinwUilun can be consulted,
nd any lulormatlon regard lug tue law cbaerlulty
Ktvca.
FEBRUARY 20, J 867.
FiNANCsA ' ,
bank: "N't iu;urv
Jay(oqke&Cp-
112 and 114 Fo. THIRD 3T. F HI LAD' A.
Ccalera in all Go7iumiai Securities
OLD WANTED
IN EXCHANGE FOR NfcU'.
A imcniL Dirri:rti:M r. allowed.
Compound Intcrct.1 Kotes Wanted.
IBiTEREUT ALLOWED ON' WF.POMTS.
Collections made. Stocks bought and sold on
Commission.
Special business accommodations reserved for
adles. 12 213tuiw
7-30s,
AUCUST.
JULY. AND JUNE.
CONVERTED INTO
5-20S
WITHOUT CHA.KGE.
APrLY AT ONCE TO 2 11 lOUp
DREXEL & CO.,
No. 34 South THIRD St.
7 3-10s,
ALL SERIES,
CONVKIITKD INTO
Five-Twenties of 1865,
JANUARY AND JULY,
WITHOUT CHARGE.
20ND8 DELIVERED IMMEDIATELY.
DE HAVEN & BROTHER,
.
ntwt iVo. 40 SOVTIi THIRD St.
I,
FIRST-CUSS SEVEN PERCENT. BONDS.
North Missouri First Mortgage Seven Per Cent
Bond for tale at
85.
All Inlcrtrttlon cheerfully given.
JAY C00KE & CO.,
BAHKEKS,
No :. 114 South THIRD St.
lJ12a4
Bankers? VA
and s&cleian. $xdtcuujt, and
memLtU af gfiaclt and &.cld
QxciangtA in Lcllx cities.
ffhrratinlA I&anlzL f and
QcudzLiA tccemed cjl LLLcLcd
tcimA.
NATIONAL
BANK OF THE 11KPU1JLIO
Kon. 809 aud 811 CHESNUT Street,
PHILADELl'lIIA.
tlPITAIi. 300,000-lX'I.I. PAID.
DIRECTOIW.
Joi. T. Bailey, William KrvjHU.'Sam'l A. Itlsphara.
Vdw 11 Drue. 'Osgooil Welsh, f red. A. 1 1 ny t,
Kuiu'iiu Jllllts.:- Kowlaud. Jr..Wui. 11. Klmwu.
rRESlDBST,
WILLIAM H. KUAWN,
CAHH11CH,
JOSEm P. MUMVORD. I313ru
ILLIAM PAINTER & CO.,
BANKERS
No. 30 South THIRD St.
Jt'NBi
JULY, d
AVQVST
7-30s
CONVERTED IKT0 FIVE-TWEITTIE8
And the Difference in Market Priee Allowed.
SOX DA LL1 VISED UUUDIAIZLT. 13 Mia
l)m 5. SECURITIES
ok a r,r, thk or.i) rwhO.''
Iiitfrwt pnnlile JANUAUYa.nl JULWOffr caii
imynMe In Ool-l.
A LirtKPAL DrFFKRIOiNCK I'A IP, ANT) IMfS Ofl
IKMVKIIK1 AT ONCK.
E. W. CLAOK & CO..
DANKEBS AND imOKBLM.
Ko. Zo Eknith THIRD Rlrff.
2 10 cr,p
15H SAFE DhVOm COSIMY,
Tho FMelltjr loiur.nt., Trntt .n.-l gaf.
rx.t Comptnf, for tba ftr
Kccplae; of Uond., Stock., taj
Other Valuable. .
CAPITAL f 300,000
. DIBKCTOn.
N. B. HR0W5F, ,MWAPr V CLA3IC,
rf litf-CE 11 CLABK, ALtXANDKR HUd Kx,
JOHN MF.LH. S A. cALlfWKLL,
J. U1LLIGHAM FELL.! HEM RY t) UlUtjOJ.
CH AKLKS MAUALESTEK
Office In tht t Ho proof lluilfllng of tlie Phlladelpliia
Satlonal Kank CUKtiMiT Street above Four(j).
1 tilt ompam receive, on depo.lt, and UUABAV
ThL Ilia, aU4 KLtriMJ Ot V ALU AB upiM.
the tulloning rate a year, rlz. :
Coupon frona fl per 100
HegiHtered liond. anil Securltie. tj leoM oar lrt
old l oin or liullion l j pur elOiM
Silver Coin or Dulllon 2 per I(KX
now or HI ver I'late l or eilie
C'aob Iloxe or small t o Boxen ot Bankers, Brokers,
CeplIallMK, etc., contfnu nnknowu to tue Company,
and liablllt) limited V a veur
Ibo Company otter, for KK.KT (renter eiclailvelr
holding the kc7 BAKU 8 INSIDE 1 r VSULl nt
20. (0, 140, ), ana 7S a year, aocorUIng to sUe and)
location.
Coupon, and Interest Col ected for one pet cnt -
titer eat slowed on Money Depo.lt..
This Company In authorized to receive and execute
Trust, of every desortptton.
USlrawfip N. B BROWNE, Prnnideat
Uobbbt l'ATTCBf v. 8ecreta-y and Treasurer.
MEDICAL.
EDICAL ELECTRICItr.
Late.t and Moat Important Discoveries
lu the Treatment of Chroule
Diseases.
DR. S. W. BECKWITH'3
ELECTRICAL INSTITUTE,
Io. IO WALNUT ST.
Uurinr oar investigations In tbe treatment pf dU
ase in its various torms by the ageucr of eiectnotty,
we bave obtained very many valuable and startling
lacts, whlcb, aaded to tne previous though limited
intormation, possessed b' othur and leas fortunate)
operators, place a? beyond all provisos knowledge
ol this n) steruus agent. L urinji the oonrse of oar
practice we hove treated and oared, through the
knowledge thus gained, many thousands, and bv
means ot oar new dlscovorie, have established ?ar
selves as the most sncoeeatul tted cal Eleorncians in
this country or Europe.'
Electrical investigation has proved that t'ae Human
bedy act. oa the principle oi tlie ga'ranio battory.
1 be brain, muooua and serous membrane,, the skin,
tifue, and fluids constitute thu negative and post
live lore s, and every action, whether mental or
puykal, u the result of these antagonistic torees.
Duebtiou, reepiiatioo, circulation, secretion, and
txcrftlon are due solely to electrical influenoe.
There is a polar action established throughout the
nervous eystem which connect, with every part of
the body, establishing aud preserving a proper
balance of the eleotricalelemeut which constitutes
health, and a disturbance of which oauaet dbeae.
There are cuictly but two conditions of disease
one of inflammaiion, or positive : the other weak,
debilitated, negative and as eloctrloity coutsirw
these two conditions in the action or the positive
and negative currents, ail we have to do i. to
neutralize the disease and restore proper, health y
action.
Among the chronlo diseases in which electrioUy
lias been, and is daily being by our agency, of the
greatest utility, a cure being rapidly e flee ted alter
the failure ot all other means, are i
1. Kpllepsy, Chorea, or St. Vitus' Danoe, Paraly.
sis (lleuipk'gla), lSenrulgia, Hysteria, NervotuaeiM.
l alpitution of tbe lleurt, Lockjaw, etc
2. bote Throat, Dyspepsia, liarrho3a, Dysentory,
ObsttLaie Consttpailon, Htcmorrhoidei, or lllii,
liilious, Hatuk ut, and l'ainter's Colio, and all atleo
tions of tho Liver and Spleen.
8. Catarrh, Cough, Influenza, Asthma (when hot
cauced by organic disease of the heart), Bronchitis,
I'll urlsy, r.eurod nia, or JUhcunia'isui ot the Chest,
Consumption in the earl; g'ages,
4. Cravel, Uiaict.og, sjid Kidney Complaint.
6 Rheumatism,, Gout, Lumbago, Stiff Nuclt,
tpiriaH'hTaluie, Hip D:eeaes. Cancers, lutnort
ituore last named always cured without piu, or
plasters iu any torm).
6 Uterus Comp aiufs, involving a mal-jiosiiion,
as I'rolapsus. Autrovers on, Kotroversjon, iullaui
mation, Llceration, ana various other afl'eotions.
For Information oe?lred ppert otb-r diseases, ap
p',l9MioB ; b0 made Bt ,Le :f Hm.
Mrs. BECK WITH bas entire charge of the Ladies'
Department, and all delicacy will be used
towards tbo o who entrust themselves to her care.
In lemale d tistses, it is universally successful in her
bands.
for the convenience of those desiring information,
wegivo (by permission) a lew names or persona
among tlie bort business men and others of this
city and elsewhere whom we have treated and cured:
A. R Stewart Mill Cisek, Huntingdon county, ft.,
cund of rheuniatim ot Uitern yeu'rn' atandtog : 4..
J. V. Cumuiiug, Kiahicogui.ia. aiiiuin county Pa.,
cancer i.l Ibe. toniftcli; Joliii Kirkpatrick ftowt'n le
lointy , Jul , cured oi a cancer n the breast iu tared
ieij Kruucl. Uottwal , io lbli Jluniiltoa street,
aboip.ion ol a tumor welglitng eleven poiinili I Jaooe
VunUeigrilt , I tH.sa le ., ncvure cam) or diabeusi i.
T lloudtu, 11 ui ot jioulilou A Co., ISO 3ti Soulil
Woier sueet, paralysis on tue le t aide cured lu iiirea
weeks; t:. JUcclaln, o z Junlrr.iroet, Urxpepsla
audueivous dkiiitt : Leuteuaut Holier. O. W ll.ou,
V. It. C. dvapep.'a rureu in K'veu days; jj J UuU.
berton. Fox Lako. Wisconsin, bioacbids , caturra,
Jolm C. Curtrr Coniuandiir Inited btutea liavy,
liiooknn bkeding piles nl llitula of for -m
yeuia' stantliiui ttmries It. I'auiiuond West
tniM loiiul Bank B.Wuiore, dy.pepai anu sick head
ache of twenty Ave vears' at.nalng ourl to throe
weeks: Wit lam Howboiliam, So HiJ Frout Jtreet, ob
stinate pi es. cured in ttiree applications; C. A Byiaa,
luino.yo and dy.ueosls. of teuyeur;K H. B aldvria,
latu pastor ul tbe Olivet Bapti si (Jhurob, t'bi aJelplila,
nervous t roMrmiou after tbree app lcatioua: c. t.
uoper i'ort Jervis, S. . severe oune of ctit.rrb;
Willi, in Ho tzwoitb, No 237 Marks, street, ulcerated
bone dyepor.ia on line., etc, . t .even vears' s aad
liiiii lion J. Butler, o 730 S. Teutb sirjei;
J. VY. Brad.eto. tW . ourtb ftreeti Colonel T.
W btvctui-.y, Wamui s'rcot, be ovy ltohb: Ueora
O J v.u., Nj. lt'' FUteonth street; M. Pelo m,
4 he.nut and third sneeta; Brlgdler Oe'.era A. J.
Pie. .union, do. 1S boruoe s.reet; Ueoige DougltM,
H ill .treet, above Cueeuut M. C. Hauler HJJ
Aich .trtei; C. S. E:nc. Ko. 433 ( bennut utrw. .
A. L. Wbiteman, corner Third and Market eiree; J
U. Andrew., Ko ii l'lne struct; 11. Krricknun.
1,0. J'iae street; Thomas 8lin.uu.Ko 1 Ul Front
tieet; Vf H. liuilih No. Iu'i9 Hanover str-et;
lieome L Buzby. sot ai and 93 Market scree;
llioina. Di.ke, GennantowD: vVtlllain 8tvenioi),
Hxth and Market streeist C. SlaiabalL No. 61!)
8. lnth street; Mr. hauls, Vo Maxtor street -'Jbotnas
Gregg. Vine and, N J : Brigadier General
A. Pleasunton St. Louis, Mo. ; Mr. Camden, N. J. j
rkyslclaus or students desiring to have l astro o
tions in the correct application of Electricity for the
cure oi diseases, can apply at tbe office.
Conen'lation iree. Desorlptive pamphlet oi cure
eflt-cti d, aith nnmerou rctereuoes. aud iuoludiuga
treatise on the .ubjiot, can be had by appli"u at
(he ottice.
All letters addressed to
Dr. 8. W. BECK WITH,
Ho. lie WAMfUT Street,
130w.m3a.6p I'UXiADZXriilA,
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