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THE DAILY TSVENlcJ TELEGRAPH PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, JULY 10, 18G8.
The Kcilcs of " Hollicboys" Hall.
J'KOVIKCIAL "CflPAP !IOARIl(()-SClIOOL8', IS
The London Vail; Acu-s Bays:
'It is possible that many more mouth?, if
not years, may elapse before a definitely or
ganized scheme of national education can bo
completed and brought into gwueral use. The
first blue-book 'On the Education'of the Lower
Orders' dates from the year Na
tional inquiries were frequent daring the reign
Of (Jeorge IV, and the system pursued in the
parochial and burgh schools of Scotland
was minutely contrasted with the anti
quated and effete English grammar-schools
and the disgraceful 'charter schools' of
Ireland. Hut it was between 18:J0 anl 1S40
that educational investigations which had
received a fresh impetus by the Reform move
ment attracted an amount of public attention
hitherto unknown. 'National schools,' so
called, sprang up all over the kingdom. T.ri
tish and Foreigu schools' multiplied; pros
perous tradesmen boasted that they would pay
no more than threepence a week for their chil
dren's schooling, au l Eton and Harrow were
for a time thrown into the shade by King's
College and theschoDl in Gower street. From
JHO to lfciiO educational agitation languished,
but within the last decade and a half the sub
ject has continued to be almost incessantly
"Mr. Iiryce, oue. of the Assistant Commis
Bioners iu the recent inquiry the reports of
which are in themselves a good-sized library
lias published some curious statements re
garding what are termed "cheap" boarding
schools, and his evidence may be studied with
considerable profit by those who would ail
to their stock of information. Lancashire ap
pears to be now the chosen county for 'cheap'
echools. Those 'Yorkshire' schools, the very
mention of which reminds us at once of Dothe
looys ilall and Mr. Wackford Squeera, appear
to be well nigh extinct. The cheap Lanca
shire school is generally placed in the country,
r in some small town, partly because house
rent is lower there than in the large centres
f population, partly for the sake of seclusion.
'.An unfriendly observer,' Mr. Uryce rather
maliciously remarks, might say that these
Bchools were lixed in out-of-the-way places
for the sake of secresy.' Iu the opinion of
the Assistant Commissioner, they are not
primarily places of teaching, but places of
lodging and feeding. La.y or unmanageable
boys, children who are wholly or partially
orphans, or whose parents are abroad, are
consigned to these dismal receptacles in ordar
to get them out of the way.
"Mr. Iiryce might have added that the
'cheap' boarding-school oilers a convenient op
portunity for the disposal of illegitimate chil
dren. The average cost of board and educa
tion at these schools is stated at twenty-live
guineas a year, for which sum, Mr. Bryce con
tends, a private schoolmaster cannot give
good food, comfortable accommodation, and a
thorough plain education. If the Assistant
Commissioner had taken the trouble to glance
at the advertisement columns of the newspa
per he would have found that a thorough edu
cation and 'food unlimited' are frequently
offered for twenty, and even for sixteen pounds
a year. At one school visited by Mr. Iiryce
the master admitted that the staple article in
the dietary of his boys was bread, and he ex
hibited some of his loaves, pressing thein with
his thumb to show their elasticity. In his
prospectus he advertised 'an unlimited Bupply
of the best provisions.'
"The official inquirer, however, sees no
reason to assume that boys in these cheap
Bchools are beaten or ill-treated; at least, he
naively adds, 'one hears of no cases of starva
tion.' Still, the 'cheap' school-boy is misera
bly lodged. One chamber inspected by the
have dressed and' undressed standing orAuelr
wretched pallets. In other instances the over
crowding was quite as ruthless, and the be Is
were shockingly dirty. Mr. Bryce found maay
cheap' schoolmasters who were themselves
Utterly incompetent to teach, but who ex
pected to get a good usher for thirty pounls a
year with board and lodging. Uu testing the
qualifications of the boys in oue 'cheap'
school, it was found that of history or geo
graphy the pupils 'had no rational idea.' Tne
clumsiness and inaccuracy of their ciphering
bore witness to bad and stupid teaching.
"As regards the discipline, Mr. Bryce con
fesses that he lacks trustworthy information.
The boys, he says, look cowed, feeble, and de
jected. 'Whether it is want of air,' he con
tinues, 'that makes them pale, or the want of
a frefch vigorous life in this isolation where
they are kept, always pretending to learn, yet
feeliDg, if they have any sense, tuat the whole
thing is a sham, or whether they are naturally
poor specimens of boyhood, sent away from
home on that account, certain it is that there
is something almost painful about the aspect
of boys in these places no color iu their
cheeks, no animation in their answers, no glee
In their sports.' Mr. Bryce admits, in conclu
sion, that he would have given a great deal to
have ten minutes private converse with these
pallid and dejected lads, or with some discon
tented nsher, who might have revealed the
secrets of the prison-house.' It may be hinted
parenthetically, however, that the revelations
of 'discontented ushers' are not always to be
"Such is the not very rose-tinted pic'.ure
drawn by a state official of the 'cheap' boarding-schools
of provincial England. In a bad
form he believes these establishments to be
not uncommon; in their worst form Mr. Bryce
is glad to tlauk that they are rare, but he
contends that they should be impossible. A
little philosophy is requisite as a corrective to
Mr. Bryce's virtuous indignation. The 'cheap'
Loarding-school will not be 'impossible' so
long as parents are foolish or stingy enough
to expect that for a paltry pittance of twenty
or twenty-five pounds a year their children
can be thoroughly taught, comfortably lodged
and abundantly fed. The supply of inferior
boarding-schools only keeps pace with the de
mand; and so long as pareuts choose to live
ostentatiously, and to spend on their own plea
sures the money which should be devoted to
the education of their children, so lorjg will
boys and girls be packed off out of the way to
cheap and nasty schools.
"Meanwhile we are , glad to perceive that
Mr. Bryce acquits the conductors of these
establishments of positive cruelty to the for
lorn little fellows entrusted to their keeping,
fcchool cruelty, indeed, sesnis to be dying out,
and it is mainly those publio schools, to which
the Assistant Commissioner gives bo marked a
preference over private establishments, that
preserve two disgraceful relics of barbarism
flogging and fagging. There is much that is
to be commended in our publio school system
Which certainly makes boys healthy and
manly, if it does sometimes turn them out
complete dunces; but we must deprecate the
Somewhat feverish tendency displayed by cer
that ft the door of tLe tt,aclie than at
Nor BbouWi"? P"8'1110" parents.
ih&Wfth all private
for we may affirV.V,0' 'cWp a-ud .ua8t
Uishrnentfof thet ? "OTi V'
and trirla r tlmrnn . ,resPact&W md, boya
tain euuianuuai ituuiuiers 10 exalt public
JjVpols, and to disparage all private ones. In
canT he '"P' hoarding-places little
l. B'd; but the blame of their exlu.i.,.a
Self nee nnd Orthodoxy in Tnisslit.
The London Star says:
"A veiy pretty little quarrel V,;tween sci
ence and orthodoxy seems to V at present agi
tating the people of linn. It is hardly ne
cessary to tell our readers that in the capital
of l'rusf ia Bcienoe is strong, orthodoxy of the
most old-fashioned kind is strong, philosophy
is Btrong, and a neo-evaugelism which aims at
reconciling all and bringing them to compete
unity is also strong. Therefore, there are in
Euch a city materials much more complete for
a controversy between science and orthodoxy
than would le found iu most great towns, say
of England, where the extreme of both views
would be probably left to have the fight all to
theniselvef, and the general public would re
main utterly unconcerned. At the present
nioment, then, the municipality or Berlin,
taking up the cause of a certain body of the
olerpya certain school, perhap?, we should
rather say seem to have come into direct and
somewhat angry collision with auothe r great
section of the clergy, whose orthodox viewa
are of the most rigid character.
"About the close of last autumn, at the
pynod of the principal evangelical diocese of
Berlin, a pastor named Lisco read a lecture or
report on the state of faith and morals in the
diocese. In this report the reverend gentle
man branched out into a panegyric on natural
Bcience, which he declared had banished, with
out possibility of return, even among those
who called themselves most orthodox, the
ideas of the universe, which people formerly
supposed they extracted from the Bible. A
sharp controversy sprang up then and there,
iu which one young pastor of another
Berlin church ppecially distinguished hitn-
Eelf by the rigor ot his uncompromising
orthodoxy. To this latter Lisco addressed a
question which seems to have furnished the
keynote or motto of the controversy. Be
lieving, doubtless, that he was about to pro
pound redmtio ad absurdum, Lisco asked:
"Do you believe that tUe earth is fixed iu the
centre of the universe, and that the sun goes
round it ?' 'Yes,' was the indignant reply, 'I
do believe it. My faith requires no other
guide than the Bible.' Why the orthodox
believer was not sailed on to point out any
passage iu the Bible which suggests that the
earth is llxed in the middle of tlie universe,
and that the sun goes round it, we are un
able to guess. From that time, however, be
gan the controversy.
"The Rev. Lisco published a report of his
lecture, and of the debate which followed, in
cluding, of course, the speech of his foremost
adverBaiy. lie followed tuis up by a pamphlet,
expressing, it is said, with unmistakable clear
ness, his views on miracles and the Mosaic
cosmogony. We have not read the publication,
and do not even know what are the precise
views it expressed. But the clergymen who
had condemned its utterances in the synod
hastened to publish a formal declaration
against him and his supporters. A solemn
protest, sicued by twenty-one pastors of Ber
lin churches, declared that the utterance or
sanction of such doctrines implied retraction
of the pastoral vows ot those who espressel
them, and that the pulpits of evangelical
churches ought not to be open to such persons.
"On the other baud, the Protestant Associ
ation, the body representing what we may call
the newer school of evautielicism iu Germany,
and which holds its meetings periodically in
all the principal German cities, declared
acainst the protest, and against those who
would suppress the free Protestant spirit of
inquiry. A great manner ot the muuicipal
deputies of Berlin took up tue quarrel,
alaimtd about the religious superintendence
of their schools, if left, says the account we
have been reading, 'in the hands of men who
profess to believe that the suu gnes round the
historian, Von Kaunier, in which the writer
remarked that the iuquisitor who imprisoned
tialiho might well have rejoiced could he
have known that more than two centuries
later his judgment would receive from the
mouth of au evangelical pastor iu the intellec
tual capital of Korlh Germany a btriking aud
'The municipal assembly finally adopted a
formal declaration against the too rigid ortho
doxy of some of the clergy, and begge, I the
magistracy of Beiliu, as patrons of the
churches and schools, to protect the religious
and Fcientific instructions of the city against
the pre-Galileo theory. However one may
sympathize with the course taken by the
municipal body, it would be impossible not to
smile, as we are told that the Berlin publio
generally did, when we read in their protest a
formal record of their conviction that the earth
moves round the sun. Ou that same day the
Pastoral Conference of Berlin, presided over
by the highest ecclesiastical diguitary of the
city, adopted a declaration against the free
thiuking section of the Church, and while ex
pressing no opinion on the astronomical ques
tion collaterally raised, denounced the Pro
testant Association as entertaiuing ideas in
compatible with the full recognition of the
Scriptures as the sole and only authority aud
guide of belief and life.
"So we understand the controversy now
rests. It is not unlikely that it may result in
Borne modification of the system of Church
government in Berlin, at all events, aud some
alteration in the relationship which exists be
tween the Church and the schoola."
N E W THING 1 N A K T.
BERLIN TAINTED rjIOTO.
A. S. ROBINSON,
No 9 0 CIIESNCT S:reet,
Has juvt received a superb collectlou of
BERLIN PAINTED l'HOTOURAPlId OF
They are exquisite gems of art, rivalling lnbean'y,
naUiraluess of tint, and perfection of form a grout
variety ot the choicest exotic Dowering pUnts. They
are mounted on bourdi of three sizes, and sold from
25ceutsto $3 and $1 each.
For framing aud the album they are Incomparably
beuutltul. 3 i&i
DKrAliT.Mi.NT Of I'Ulil.IC IHJIIWAY.S
OlilceNo. lot s. FIFTH street.
1'hii.aiik.i.I'mia. July it, IStifl.
Sealed iiropiwalH ill bn received at ihe olllce of
the CI h i Cninmlnnlniier ol lligtiwavs until 12 oYiork
AI..011 JlOKDa V, the Kith Inai , lor the construction
Olaheeroii u,e Iiiib ot Mali) BT-et. Irom Cotlnu
Mret i to M.urr'N lane, to le curst ructed of UrlcU, cir
cular In li.tm, wlili an niHldo diameter of tnree faet,
In accoidaiicH wi h plant aul Bpeollical I ius
to e prepared by Ihe I)P.nrui'eni of Brvyn. which
will i e Kirloily adhered tn wltu buoIi niun-holes as
inny be llrec-t-d by Um Chlei Knglueer aud Purveyor.
1 hi) uiulerHloiiillug to be that tutj Contractor shall
tttke IjiIIh prepared at;iiliiNl the property front
ing ou Huld nuwer to tue uiuouut ol ouuuollarand
twenty-live cents lor euch lineal foot ou each
Ride, of the street as so much cu.ib puld; inn balance,
8h llii'lted by Oidinai ce to be paid by the City.
When Uih street la occupied by a City 1'aaae.nitBr
Itullrnad track the sewer snail be constructed along
side of said ir.tca in such manner as not to obstruct or
Interfere wilh the sale pasHage of Hie cars thereon;
aud no claim for remuneration shall be paid the Con
tractor by Ihe Company uxing said track, as specllied
Iu Act of Assembly, approved May S. lHtiil.
All bidders are Invited to be present at the time
aud place ot opening the said Proposal. Knell pro-
1osai will De accompanies ny rtiriiucaie tnai m uoim
iss neen Hied In Ihe Lnw Department as directed by
ordinate of ilay , In). II the lowest bidder shall
not eiecine a contract wlthlu five days alter tue
work Is awarded, lie will be deemed as declining,
and will be held liable ou Ills bond for the dllt'tircnce
beiaeen Ins bid and the next highest bid. hpecillca
lions may ba lisd at the Department ofburveys,
which will be strictly adhered to.
A1AH1.UN jr. nrCKINSON,
lilt Vhlef cuimisslouer ol Jllghnaja,
UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD
Fill ST JIOKTGAliE IiOXDS
And Accrued Intcrost.
FIIiST MORTGAGE BONDS
And accrued Interest.
I5cutls on hand fur immttlialc delivery.
Full reports Mai, Etc., f"'is,ic'l uln
De Haven & luo..
No. 40 SOUTH THIRD STREET,
6 6 0 ri I L s s
Are now finished and Inactive operation. One hun
dred and twenty miles have been built la the IrH
three niontns. More than twenty tu nsnd men are
employed, aud this average of forty milei per mouth
will be continued throughout 'he sestin. m klng
NINE BUNDKHI COMPLETED MILE- b Jan
uary 1. aud It Is now probable that Mir X T TI ttl
GHAND HNS TO THE PACIFIC WILL IS A OPEN
FOll Bl'.-INKSS IN lSfil.
No otuer hrst-class railroad In the world h ben
built and equipped so rnpidly as tue Unl m PaclnV
ACROSS THE CONTINENT.
The United Staffs Government males of this rail
road a GUKAT NATIONAL. WOUK, and aids lis
construction by very liberal grants of money aud of
'ands, 1 o further insure the speedy complet'un of
the Koad, tne Company are authorized to Issue their
rntsT Jioinuvoc bonds,
Having thirty rears to run, atii having Interest cou
pons payable semt-aunumly av the ra'e or s'x per
ceut. Inguld. The principal, as weil ai luterbst, Is
PAYABLE IN (iOLD.
The Mortgage Ponds of nearly all o'her rallrrala
In this country, are payable, principal aucy oterett, lu
currency, and It Is asserted, without foar of contra
diction, that no other railroad cirupuuy la tue world
building so great an ezieul of road, Issue bonds ot
equal value with the lirst Mortgago lloudi now of'
lered fur sale by the Unlou I'acitlo Kailroad Co,
The price ol these Bonds Is no lua. a ad accrue!
Interest lrom July 1, lu currency. The Company be,
lltve that at tula price tuelr Bonds are the
fcaA'st ami most Profitable Iurcstmciil
In the market, and they conlidently expect that they
will shortly command a higher premium than any
The Company reserve the right to advance the
price at any time and will not till any orders or receive
any subscriptions on which the money has nut been
actually paid at the Company's ollioe belore the time
ot such advance.
BubBCilptlout will be received In Philadelphia by
DE HAVEN & BROTHER,
No. 4(i S. THIRD Street,
W. PAINTER & CO.,
No. 36 b. THIIID Street,
AND IN NEW YORK
AT TIIK COMPANY' OFFICE,
No. 20 NASSAU atreel,
JOHN J, CISCO tV SOS, lt.lNKF.Kt,
No. 69 WALL Street, I
And by the Company's advertised Agents throughout
the United btates, ;
Bemlttances should be made In drafts or other i
funds par lu New York, aud the bonds will beaeut i
.itw vii.iiq jj ihmiiu rAii rnjy, rarueB BUOSCrlU"
lug through local ageuts will look to them fur their
A PAMPHLET AND MAP FOR 1868 has Jnst been
published by Ihe Company, giving fuller Information
than Is possible lu an advertisement, respecting the
Progress of the Work, the Kesources of the Country
traversed by the Koad, the Meaus for Construction,
and the Value of the Bouws, which will be sent free
on application at the Company 's olllces or to any ol
the advertised Atenla.
JOHN J. CISCO, TUEAMrilF.il,
July 2. 18fi8. (MfmwU) New York.
QITY OF PITTSBURG WATER WORK
SEVEN PER CENT. BONDS,
FOB BALE SY
Mo. lt6 fiuutu third Street.
rillLADKLri.IA AM) SEW YORK,
ERA LIES IN
7-30s converted into MOs
STOCKS ANP GOLD
Ilought ami SoM on Commission.
SoTCTofpns, Nniwlcons, nnd nil Foreign
Gold a ml Silver lluught and SolJ.
Collections made with uromnt returns.
Agents for the Union nnd Centrnl Pacific
Kailroud First Mortgage ISouds.
s:.iitii, iUNDOini & co.,
h'o. (6 South THIRD Street,
Q O U P O N S
FIRST MORTGAGE BOND3
The Unicn Pacific Railroad Co.
Central Pacific Railroad Co.
Paid at the Ranking House of
WI, PAINTER & GO.,
No. 3G S. THIRD Street,
Who have the Pacific I'onds on hand for
immediate deliver j.
New Descriptive Pamphlets, with Map,
furnished without charge, ou application.
3I0KTCAGE UONDS, DUE IX 1S0S.
With Interest at Six Per Cent., Payable on
the First Ray of June nnd Decem
ber of each year,
FUEL FKOM STATE AND UNITED
These Bonds are Becured by mortgage on the fol
lowing Bal.rt ads belougiug to tnfc Company, namely,
Ihe main line Irom Phli Uiisburg. New Jersey, through
M&uch Chunk to Wllkesbarre, PeunsyitraaU, lul
miles; the Beaver Meadow branch, 17i miles, and the
Lei Igb and Mabanoy branch. iV mllej, maklug a
total ofl61 miles or road, Including 78 miles double
track, equal, with sidings, to 809 miles of single track,
together with all laiids, bridges, work-shops, ma
chinery, depots, engine houses, and buildings there
unto belonging, and all rolling stock, tools, imple
ments, aDd materials belonging to this Compauy, la
use on the said Bailroads.
Tt Is mortgage Is a first linn on all or the above
Boads. except 48 mllra, from Kaaton to Maoch Chunk,
on which It is preceded by a mortgage for l.Suo.uoO
due in 187a, the Bonds of which are exchanging, as
last as presented, for the present Issues; those not
presented until maturity are to be paid out of the pre
sent loan, making It a lirt mortgage ou the above
$1,000,000 OF THESE RONDS,
Either Coupon or Registered,
Are offered at ninety-five per centum, with Interest
from the day of sale, free from Htute and United
CHARLES C.EON;STRETII, Treasurer,
Ofl'ce of the Lehigh Va ley Kallroal (j-'maan.
7 1 lm So. 3u3 WALK UT Strsel. PniladelphU,
DE HAVEH & BRO.,
No. 40 SOUTH THIRD ST.
e 22 lm
gEVEN PER CENT. MORTUAUE RONDS
Of the reuusylvanla and New York Canal and
Kailroad CompaDy, Guaranteed, Principal
and Interest, by the
For Sale ut 1)5, and Interest from June 1.
C. A. R. R0R1E,
No. 8 1IER0IIANT8' EXCHANGE,
ROWEN & FOX,
lit Jmrp Ho, 13 HtltCUANTb' XOHAJNQ&
Sos. 112 nnd 111 South THIRD Sired,
Dealers In nil Government Securities.
Old 5-203 Wanted iu Exchange for New.
A Liberal Difference allowed.
Compound Interest Notes Wanted.
Interest Allowed ou Deposits.
COLI ECTIONS MADE. BIO'JKS bodgut and sold
on LXimmlBtlt n.
Special buslnesi accommodations reserved for
7 3 3m
QLENBINNINQ & DAVI3.
HO. 49 SOUTH THIRD HTKCET,
Stock and Gold Brokers
QUOTATIONS OF NEW YORK STOCKS
AL WA Y8 OS 11 AND, l S
JL eLINDINNINB. JR. JOHN H. DiT"
""HE SAFE DEPOSIT CO.
f0( Baf Kapl of Valuables, 8rl
tll,tqRl lleattBg of ktafes,
N. B. Browne, J. Ollllngham Fell, I Alex. Henry,
V. H. Clarke, C. Mauai-nter, B. A. Caldwell
John Welsh, K, W. Carle, 1 Oeo. P. Tyler.
OFFICE. NO. 431 CHESUTT NT BEET.
N. B. BKOWNK. President,
O. ELCLAKK, Vloe-Presldeni,
K. PATTKEHON.Heo. and Treaaurec llfiwbn)
JADJES ABOUT TO LEAVE TUK
city for their country houses or the sea shore,
will lind it greatly to tnelr advantage, beiote pnr
cbaBlug elsewhere, to examine
The Extensive Stock, at (Ireatly Reduced
E. r."!. NEEDLES & CO.,
No. HOI OIIKSNUT STliEET,
Comprising a complete assortment lor personal or
household use, of
LACES. EMBROIDERIES HANDKERCHIEFS
PUFFED. KEVKRFD AND 'lUi'KKD MUS
LINS, CAMBRICS, JAUUNKT3,
PIQUES, and WHITE GOODS.
In every vatleij.
VEILS AND VEIL MATERIALS of every doscrlp.
tlon, together with an extensive assortment ol
A.T TEMPTING PRICJEifeS
In every wld:h and quality.
SHIRTING, PILLOW-CASK, 8HEETI VG, & TABLB
LIN ENS, NAPKINS. DOYLIES, FLANNELS,
DIMITIES FOR tPREADa, AND FUKNI
TUHK COVERS, MARSEILLES, HO
NEYCOMB, AND OTHKR SPKE4DS,
TOWELS AND TOWELLING IN
DAMASK AN O HUCKABACK,
"Rf.W m7 irV?a Wr,' A
ALfeO, SHIRTING. PfLLOW-OASE AND SHEET
E. Ul. NEEDLES & CO.,
No. HOI OHESNUT STRKhlT.
GIR AKO ROW"
IMPORTER AND DEALER 1
LINEN AND HOUSE-FURNISHIKG DRY GOODS
Takes this opportunity to return bis thank to tha
LadleBi f Philadelphia and Biirroundlng dlHtrlcts lor
their liberal patronage, and begs to lutoriu theiu that,
FOR THE ACCOMMODATION OP FAMILIES
RESIDING IN THE WESTERN PART Off
THE CITY HE HAM OPENED HIS
NO. 11SS OHESNUT STREET,
TWO DOORS BELOW TWELFTH.
His long experience In Linen Goods, and bis facili
ties for outalnlng impolite
DIRECT FROM ELHOPEAN MANUFACTURERS,
enable hlin at all tiwt to oiler
THE BEST GOODS AT THE LOWEST PRICES.
The OLD BTPRE, 8. W. corner SEVENTn and
CillkHUT, will be kept open as usual. slmwfUm
CAPE MAY STEAMER.
F OK C A 1 E MA V.
On TUEsnA vs 'i'H nRartA vu
bA I LKDA VW. '
'1 he tplenuld new steamer LADY OF THE LAKE.
Captain IM'lUM, leaving l'lr 1 above Vine
siieel, every '1 ueuy, Thiiraday. and (Saturday ai i5
A. M aiid reiurultit; roiu Cape May ou Monday.
WetineBduy, aud Friday.
FAhE fi-iii, luo.udhiK Carriaee Hire,
tervai ts...l oil, ' '
Children .. l- 6, " "
Kcanou ik'keiH, llo. Carriage Hire extra
The Lady ol ihe Lake Is a tin- sea-bom, has Iik.i.
onie Hiatv-roi m accouum da' Ions, and Is iittud up
with everythiug neieBBary lor the aalMiv anl comfort
of patsn.Koia. U II. II UlJUEl.L.
CALVIN TAUli ART.
Ofilce-No. 88 N. DELAWAUE Avenue, tl Suif
t'llfl rillPT 1,'QTIIV nincivr irnn
i.8lmujHlmi PKOMikl'lt Kl,'.-t In nn Inailinv
v. a numi, iimi u, waiii, uj ntreet. ana win
positively sail HVl'UKDAY ut-xt, 1UU lualuut, at.10
. K. a KOITDER A CO.,
74 No. 8 DUCiC btreet Wharr.
WOODLANDS CEMETERY" COMPANY".
The loilowlne Mauauvrs aud Glliojr have
been elected l r the y. ar lni;
ELI K. PHIcE. President.
Wm. H. Mooie, i Wm W. Keen,
ft.muelh.Woou, I Ferdinand J, ireer,
tii'llei J-'allett, George L huzhy,
Er.wln Grehle, H. A. Knlg-t.
ecriaiy and Treasurer-JO j 11. ToWNSKVD".
TheMauauers bave iiasRed a rvMOlu.loii requiring
boih LoiIh IU. r and VIMlors to presunt tickets at the
emiance lor aduilbslon to itio Cemetery. TH'kis
uiay he bad at the Ulllce nf the Company, No n8
ARI 11 Htret, or ol any ot the Managers. 7 2J
piTLER. WEAVER & CO.,
MANILLA AND TARRED CORDAGE, CORDS
No. 23 North WATER Street, and
No. 22 North DELAWARE Avenue,
Kdwim H, FlTtKa, Mlt'HAKL Wxavkx.
Cow bad F. Olothikr. g M)
MTED 8TATE8 REVENUE STAMl'S.
i'riiiclpal Depot, No. A CHIuSNUT blreeu
Central Depot, No. HWHoulh FIFTH btruet, ouedool
below CheaauL Katabllshed IHh".
Revenue buru ol every description ooustantlyui
band lu any amount.
Order by Mali or ttxpreas oroiupUf aJUeudedki.
WYhftVbTPAM TO LIVERPOOL, CALLING
SWni AT QUEKNolOWN.
i jte iiiman I.tne. unoer coniriw w'j -i tnnw
Riaiea and British uovernmeoie, for carrjlng the
C1T Y OF BALTI MORK............Batnrday, Jnly H
K1 N A tvia llaillai).... Monday, Julr 1
CITY OK BOSTON m Maiurday, July 1
Cl I Y ) IT AH'i unr naiuruaj, .my s
CITY OK N KW YOKii(Tla Hallfa) Tinwday, Julr M
CITY OK PA H IM. .M.....Hturlay, Auguat 1
CITY OF LONDON Hatnrday, Amtext
and ecb unotemiug Haturoay ana animate nonaay,
at noon, from Pier No. 48 NORTH Klver.
Maim of pinxRKO by the Mall Steamer BAILING
EV-KY HA'l UKDAYl- , ,
1'avaoie in uoia. i-yui " wnmuv,
Flrtt Cabin ..,. Steerage......
to Ixindun 1IK " hi i'iiuun,. m
" toParld.... 1151 ' to Paris...
Pansacebv the Monday stamer: Cahln, too, gold:
Pieerage, :, enrrency. Baten ot paMiage from New
York to Hulitax CaDln.fJi; Htwragw. 10. In gold,
Pa'Renger. also forwarded to Havre, Hamburg, Bre
Dien,eic.,at moderate rate., f iTOrage pHRnage iron
Liverpool or Qneenstown, currency. Tickeia cao
ha l.niiii.i hpro hv ni'innim BcndliiK lor their frlcnda.
For lurlher Inlormatlou, apply at ttm xmpany'4
JOHN it. DALK AkiiU
No. IS BROADWAY, New York.
O'DONN ELL FAULK, MaiiBffers,
No. 411 CUKbMJI' Street, Philn.
f-pf. NORTH AMERICAN STEAMSHIP-
through List to CaltrorBla. via Ptiims
HaU'ni; from New Yo.lt on ti e Bih and ZOth'of)
y. I-;kY MONTn.or the cay oeloi.e when lu.seda.ea
IbP on febiKiay. . ,
V s-Ke h wer ilia" by u; oihir line.
For luloriuattou ilorRs
. N.i'Altltl.NGTON. Avnt.
rier No. f, MMt I M hlVhu e Y rk,
Or iHu.HAi K SallLK,
No. 17 M'AI.NU r t-iri-el. Plnl.ulel. HU r-a.
W. If. W Kbit. I'revdeii'. ijll Vrt. DANA, Vif" Pres.
Ollic H KXC H A NO !: Han . Ni w Y'ir. 8HH1U
r ASS A(i K TO AN I) l-'KOM (.iUSAX'
UbiikaiU R1 l'. IN ANU lUKlnMI
UV o 1 EAM"H IP AND SAi l.i Ml -A
j i nr. in r it iv ...
AVAII.AIII.K TIlK-tUGHOUr K TO-
DRAFTS AVAII.AIII.K Tllli -4UG IHJU I' r Nt
LAN I'. IKKlaMi, ol i.a.x D, AN t WALW
1.',r ttu rlli'ti 1 f -v i.iiii i 11
TAl'-COlTr, KllOt IIK l" A CO..
No. sSbOUTU btree. ki N- t RMOA-WAl
Or to TIL M S T SKA It LI
11 N 217 W A LN UT itreet.
fv- M'.W EXt'KKSS LlN'E TO ALhX:
Qljll'.- i -- Oeoreiowu, aud Wanliuiitlon
1 1 . liu I , ,.u - u 1 u 1. 1 1 1),.!.. r i , a u I vith oiin.
nicilonsai Alexandria Iroui the mott d'rert route
and i lie isKiiiliweai.
bieanjers leave leKUlaily frotu tbe ilrat wharf ato"e
FrelKht received daily. p ctyDE fc v(
No, 14 N'urlh ami b null Wuarve.
J. B. PA VIDSON. Aenl at m ortiKio.vn.
M. ELDHlLGij; & Co., Agents at Alexandria, Vlr
glLla. 6 1
ft1r?r NOllCK.-FdK NRW YOKK, VU
f- " r. i w a it k AM) UAKI l'N O vNAL.
AXPRK-set KlhAM BOAT COMPANY.
The tleaiu Propeller.s of this line wll commence
loadliift on bA'l UUDAV, 2(lih luslatil, leaviug Ualiy
Til ROVO n IN 21 HOURS.
Goods lorwarded by all the lines going out of Netf
Y rB. Ni rib, I-ant, and Wi-et. tree ol coiiiiuis.-l jii,
FielKhlB received til our usu:,) ,,w rales.
WILLIAM P. Ci VDE it CO., Agents.
No. H--. WHARVES, Philadelphia.
JAMFS HAND, AKenL 8(1
No. Ilii ALL street, corner of Roulh, New York,
rf'-f l'lIILADtCLFllIA, ItlCHMON O
XiJiiii AND M'HKILK bl'EAMlUP LINK,
'lHHOLUU FREIGHT AlK 1,1NK TO TiLS
hOU'l II AND W KS r.
EVERY HTU KUAY,
At noon, from FIRST WHARF aoove MARKET
1 DliOLGU RATES Slid THROUGH RECEIPTS
to all points lu North a no. Sou li 1 arollna, via t-ea-boeru
Air Lii-e Railroad, coui tcliiK ai l'orisoiotua,
and to Lynchburg, a , Teuursse and the We-i.via
Virginia and l ennessee Air Llue and Rlcuuioud aud
FrtlKlit HANDLED BUT OVCE, and taken at
LOV, EK Ka l l-a THAN ANY OTHER LlniJ.
Tbe rttiularlly hafety, aud cbeapuenH ol tliM route
ci innieiiu It to tbe i unite ai tun uuiHt desirable uie
ri i nn i tor carrylni: eveiy descrliiliou ut IrciKiit.
No charge lor commission, drayage or auy expeuso
Kteiiuishlps Insured at lowest rates.
Frtlsht received dally.
" WILLIAM P. CLYDE CO.,
Nn. u North and Sou h WrlAttVKS.
W. P. PORTER, Aeeul at Ktchmoud uud City
T, P CllOn KLL & t o.. Aftents at NorroiK. lj
FOU NEW YOUK SWIFr-SUEB I
. i i- B m rransituriaiiua vtiurpauy jji-'ip ttcn
b u cs 1,1 sure Lines, via Deluware and Karllan
Canal, on and alter Hie 'Bih ol March, leaving dally at
VI M. and 5 P. M cotineciiut,' with all Northuru and
For Ireluhi. which will be taken on eecnniiiodatlng
J.OIULLARD'S OUrsiUB LINE
FOR NEW YORK-.
Goods oy welt ht. Mi cents per luu Ihs . gronj.
JteaHiiremeut goods, 4 ceuts per cub.c loot,
freights received at uli times, and lusurance guar
anteed at tnree-elKhtlis per cent.
Fur further lufoimailou, apply to
... JOHN F OnL,
7ge tier IB North Wharveg.
L1 com PAN AND iRKAT WJSSmtN Slt-AM
'J he following F'lRST CLASS IRON STEAMwnipsi
built ex preshlj lor lhNeiv Yoi k trade, are iiuendej
tti Hall regulaily between NEW VoRK aud LIVjlR.
POOL, calling at UUEiiSbTOWN, via :-
M A N H A TT A iN , MINN ESOT A.
with other Urst-class steamers building '
r, ... From Pier No. av East River.
Cabta (tbe accomuiodaiious being eutial to any At.
lMJcsieanier),fi. gold; return tickets, 1160, gold: la
BtotMge, -d, currency.
'ii Ki'is to bring out passengers from Europe ca
be obtained ou reasonable terms. For freight or pas
sage apply lo
WILLI AMS A GUION, No. 71 WALL Street.
lor nleeratie passage to l2t
WILLIAJub i, GUION, No. 29 BROADWAY.
pwcJnr( BRISTOL LINE
BETWEEN SEW YORK AXU BOSTON
For PROVirENCE.TAUNTON. NEW BEDFORD
CAPE COD. and ail poiuta or railway cuu.muulca
lion. Lust aud North.
Ihe pew and splendid steamers BRISTOL and
PBOVIDENCE, leave Pier No. NORIH RIVER,
foot of . anal Htreet, adjoluliig LVbraxses Street Ferry,
New Vork, at 6 P. M.. dallv, euudays excep.ed, con
Peeling with steamboat ira'u at Bristol at 4 Dn A. M.
arriving In Bosiou at A. M . lu time to couuect wltt
all the morning trains ironi that city l'Pe moat de
Biraole and pleuhant rome to th Wbl'e Mouutalns,
Travellers lor tnal point can mke direct o.mueo
tlons by way of Providence aud Worcester, or B wton.
t-taie rooms aud Tickota secured at oihce on Pier la
6 1 5m n. O. BRIGGS, General Manager.
ranrr.s oppusmyN tomonofolyij
iiKlil'f'Un kATM (iir v.ruIm
From Wllmlugiou to Pliiladehla, aw.
From Chester and Hook to Philadelphia, 100.
From Phllade'phla lo wiiutlngiou , 'iua.
From Chester aud Hook to Wilmington, loo.
ROUND TRIP TICKK'lh, Ull CEN i'S,
mnupr particulars inquire ou uoara.
L, W. BURNS,
rrt. FOU CHI.STEU, HOOK, ANE
Mt!iutb3ufSm ft'lLMING'IoN At S 80 aud 80 A. M,
auu d an i'. it. ,
. I''" suamer S, It. FELTON aud ARIKL leave
CHilrNLT btreet V, hal f (Sundays excep ed I at Mi
ami iA.M aud 8-ru P. Al., returning leave Wil
lulngiou at 6'SO A.M.. 1V6II, aud U'ou P, M, Su.pplug at.
C l'HMer and Hook each way.
Fare, lu cents betwt eu ail points.
Excursion tickets, 16 ci um. good to rotnrn by either
boat. g j n
r.AUT'S I'HILADELPUIA AND TR1N-LW-r-AXTCTrfaittin
Meau,Doat Line. The hteambual
tniA i OK REST leaves ARCH Street Wnarf, tor
Irentou, stopping at Tacony, Torresdale. Beverly.
Bu'liiigiuii, Brisiol, Flureuoe Robbins' Wharf, aud
L aves A rch Btreet Wharf; Leaves Sou th Trenton,
unlay, July 11. 6'a A.M Saturday, July 11 a.M
uutlay, July 12. to burilimtou. Km i , .1 ..nil l,ii..r
niedlale landlut a. leaves A rch mi u, i.uri u, a a kt
and 2 P. t-.; leaves Bristol at Ui A. M. aud 4 P. M.
Monday, July 18. 8 , A.M Monday,. July l,lo A.M
T1','d.,iy' i !4 7! .M ; Tuesday , 14 11.'' A.lt
Wedday, ' Is, 8 A.MlWed'day, ,U M.
Ihurstlay, " lti, 10 A. IThursday, '8 1 P.MT
Cdy'. " J7. lu AHlKrlday, "17,2 P.M
Fare to Trenton, 40 ceuta each ways Intermedial
places. 86 cents. 411
F.ITja DAILY EXCURSIONS. THB
m.iir'n.ii, splendid bteamboat JOHN A. WAR
IM'.iv. leaves CHKSNUT blret Wharr, Phiutda,, at I
o'clock and t o'clock P. M., for Burllugiou and
Bristol, touching at Rlverton. Torretdale, Andalusia,
aud Beverly. Returulug, leaves Bristol al 7 o'olods
A.M. and 4 P.M.
Jt axe, u oeuia eacli way: Excursion to eta. ll tf
u nu-umer H.LIZA HANOOX will leave ARCH I
Street Wharf, Philadelphia, lor Wilmington, dally. I
at 11' A. II and 4 P. M.; reiiirnliig, leave Wlimluatuii f
for Philadelphia, at 7 A. hi. aud 1 P. M. " M I