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THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, JULY 23, 1863.
NEW YORK GOSSIP. lit New laebrlaia Atylm Ilck1a Conduct of m Folic Oinear TM Kx. eauloa Dimtir Fatal AflVar Downjr Oonctrt galona. New York. July 23. The slnhU.hmerit of the new Inebriate Anylum on Want's l.-laiid is Bti excellent tne-t. IlPieiolorfi we lime done little, It uuyihme, ti d tn ibc retortua'ton f ine vic'ims ol Iquor. Tlif have been I'limsued lor tbe pub'ic display ol their or-iikei-ncB. Tue matter bai ben trea'crt putcit us an oiT'ibo aga nst the -law, vbich rtrniaudifl tue infliction ot turir penal lie?. Hut iifw there will be mi opportunity tor treating it us a oipf'ase, or us a peiiuntcu ot d ease, and every men lis will be lasen to work out a lunruciu the ixr.-oual cona.uon of llii-o who arc Rlllictcri. Tuo op'-tiiiiK of Hie Institu tion to voluiitui y innate ! a po d fes'iirc; an I Wc have to ilou'ot tiia', if pu.porly conducted, it will result iu the recIatmiUoii ot huulre.ls from one of t h most ternule His which, alllict Ibe human nice. Th luveetiuanon In'o the ciicmi'-tanccfi at Iriidiiip on tin- tlrownini of policeman ILiiiry Corlcit and Mi.iH Jar from too ec ir-iou BU arjirr b Hi I ow, olT the fool ot Oue-lmudred-and-rifty-hfcond Mrpet, Noitli river, u tin; Utli instant, was concl.ido.l estcTlny by Coroner 1 l.i Dn The evidence ot the witin-'s-cs rxna.iiie I merely corrobor ueii il.at nkeu ucieto'bre, au l the lu'rj n-i dcH'd a ver liet "Hint the .lecea-pd persons came t" tneir dea:h bv dvo a niii'.:, rn I tliat Caj) iiiu Audio .). LHno'lood, 01 ibe etCHniboat be h Low, win pml y of ciiuiinnl COLductauU urtl'Tt, Uj lion by Inn litiiir.i'iL'P at Ihe liTK i tbo ca'iali v.'' On lirMviimlMii Ot this verilic'.Doron"! Klvnu held ibe nee ised to bnll in i In- sum ol ?10,()00 to n.ail the iitt.ou f the tirnud Ju -y. Yei'ler'inj nf ernonn, w'nlo Policemau Juhu McNnmarH, .f the !evcitii Precinct, wit tirinj at a mm k in the icar of hi.- re-iitcuce, No. i2j Monroe Piiict, one ai tbe builct pu-sod turoiiuti the tiTce and en en d an on'-liousc. in wh cu was a filrs. Add Curr e. n native of irelnnd, aa'd tlnrtj fix jtars an I sinking her in tbe bick, caused a tn-ilnna v.nund. The reekies olliet-r was urres'cd, and Justice Mianriloy loeke I him up in Ibe Ebbcx iiirnet Prison to a.vuii t no re sult ol the tt nu's injnrie-. Tne Irieuds ol the ii.juri-d woman have requested that her time Itiorttm sla'emeM be tukcii by a Coroner, au i thin will be done to-nay. Ibe cotnt-rt saloon ot Andrew Peterson, located in the btceriicDt ol premises No. 47 I'owcry, was the scene, ol a ternole ailray abuut 2 o'clock jcs'eroav Diorums, whicn resulted in the death of VVilhum ( rnmer, a v ounce German, only innetceii jeais ot atrc. It inpeurs ttiat at the time mm ed oeci a-id and Johu 8mitb, who live in Hudson City. N. J , weie iu the. snl on couveruiiist wuh two of tue wait"r-pirls. While thus eueutied, Samuel Josepas, llvius in Paitcrson, N. J., then much "tinder the Influence of Pquor, acconipaiiied b? an ucquaiutiincc n-imed Siiiall eakls.eu ere.i tne place and commenced a iiiheuUy wuh Creamer and Smith. After buinlvinu words lor a ie moments, Creamer u I Joeo'i-", it is said, left f(r the Mieet to settle the-r ailliciity. as Peter son told tlietu they could n'-t tisrut ihere. On goinp. up the 8 ei s it is allescd thatJosppng anlfev(iul thieves and su-picious riiarnetei V bo have been iu tbe habit tit irequemiim' th'j Vile resort made an indiscriminate assault upon Creamer, kuockinc bmi heavily upon the side Waik. Smith, who came to tbe assistance of bis friend, wadset upon bv seveialol iherulUans.one Of whom struck him on tbe leftside ot tlie fa'e and back of tne neck, a'ter whieh several Ot the irar-ff chased mm down tbe Bowery to "wards P.aurd Mreet, lor tue purpo e of tobbin? him. Tie a-saUin.ls ibeu lied and mde their cscHOe, and a e v moments subsequeitly au officer of tin- Tenih Prtciuct, who had beard me alarm which bid been rased, nasteneii to the spot, and 1 iiind Cieamcr lying on ibis walk in a state of nmou-ib.liu. lie was con-eyci into the saioon, wh.re ilea b ensued soon n'ter wards, and his t ody was taken t') i he Tenth Precinct h ation Hoii'e, iu Kldnde 6treet. Tbe Tilace whero this traeredy occuried is sild by the pol'ce to be tbe report ol tue most vile and abandoned cbarac crs ol both sexes. A little atter noon je-toiliiy a .youne Germm, apparently anout 20 cars ol nai-J while cro-sin the LrouWay bliilfic, aiopperl 10 inquire tne "Way to Ala'dn lane, b cn, havinu learned, he Has proceeding tbl tier wlien be was siartled by dipcoverinp the chain of ids watch bTuirliiti loose, ami upon evam'na'iou, fouu l thai b's yva'ch was ijone. K-c nl-d to a reeollect'on of the tact thai be bad a luree sum of nion -y about him "which in bis pxcitnient. he had lorpoUeu, be imn ediatciy clapped hU hand to bis packet only to be still mure s aitied a' tue dijeovery that his wallet containine ?S000 tbe pr.-ceo Js ot some monihs ot mdniry and speculacivo en terprise bad Mkewi-e been abstracted. He was on his way to invest this amount in 0'uc ou-i-ness down town when tnus robbed, and his grief at so uueipected a loss was as mtense as the ioy aud excitement, no doubt, o the thief on liieves upon discoveiiug their unexpected luck. The unfortunate victim has no clue whereby he might hope to cause tt pir nrrst. Tlie Grnvo of Ex-rrcsldeut Harrison. Borne weeks aso, at an impromptu nsc-limr of ome of our leading citiz ns, tbe subject of adorning toe grave ot ex-Presideut William litLry Harrison, at North Bend, aud of makiu it, with tbe pieper peimission, a Stale M tu-o-Ipuid, was nitrniioneit, and tln-y appointed the 17ih inst. to bold a coniereuce oi Citieus to eiscuss ibo subject. Accordinsly, at ihe 3r lyor's o(llc yesterday morning there was pa' tiered quite a large nuui her ot our most teopeciabie ctUzens'tor me purpose ot taking acimn in the maiter. Governor Hayes wa3 called to tbe chair, aud Judge S auley Matthews was appoio;d Hectc tary. Ii was tec uunniuioiis o,-iii;ou lb tt prompt act ion ouphl to be taken to build g jme cort e( an appropriate monument over the remains of him who raved the (ireut West fiom the hanus . of the rutnless 6ivaue. Ilia HoLor. Mayor WiMaoli. felt that the treat nietropolis oi the West Cincinnati that aud been tbe hoa.e of tbe tat warr;or and statctman, lor so lousr a lime, should be ihe first to move in the mau-r, while oihui's lrom u distance thought that his nu r.e and fame be longed not to Cmcnana'.i aloue, but to the whole West, At the suggestion of the Hon. John F. Tor rence, tut? euatr lrom this county, it was deiei mined 10 have Govcrcof Hayes or ng the mmtei beloie the people of the 8 a'e in his next message to tbe Leaislu'ure. We canuot too highly commeiiJ tlie luuveiiient iuausruraieil to rescue the niemory ot the Hero of Tinpcauoe fron the unjiiBt oblivion mio which it has fallen during tliC past lew years. Alter some discussion of tlie subject, the meet big adjourned. Ctncnma i Inquirer, alt'rdaj. The cw Austrian Minister. The followiui; letter appears iu the New York Tribute of Ibis moi'uiiig: To the Kdiior of the Trihuw. Sir: Iu Ibe TWtmne of lo-dav, ou do g'eai injustice io one of our most worthy ctizeus, the liou. Henry i 11. Watts in stylinar hnn a b.r'er Pemocrat. I J have ki'on Hr. Wtts lor many year, and can tay liotu personal kiOJVi"iige tnat lie uas at an tiaies. and ur.tier all circumsiauce", been one ol our most re.iibie ltepublieau, not meu ly when ucctsi crowned our cilorl-, but in the dark dajs ct when it cecmed tin if our Daor w?is about to succumb through traitors Iu our mid it. lie has always mai ite-led the most lively inter est iu tbe Itcpublcttu cuu-c, find never fails to rote, even at out primary election. Il is but n few weeks since he ae ed as Vice-President at a licpubl. can meeting m iho TwPuty-Ki.vtli Ward, where ho reside.", and lie has bpn an active member ol tlie Union League of ti. is citv ever since its organization, and is a daily vt-itor there. Tbe sui rise to most of our cltmer.s was that so pood a nepunncun t-noui'i oa appointed In Anslria. Hoping Ju will correct tne, error of jour ptateuiru, in iusi co to II r. Watts, even if ho should not confirmed. I remain truly yourc etc , dauuei. ijci.l, Philadelphia, July 21, 1. A Trench steel pen manufaetaring com pany Laa adopted as a trade mark tha repra gentatiou of the crucifixion of Christ ami the lesvit of tha Holy Spirit, each peu being Stamred witli these vicvU'ea POLITICAL. The RecrnltlngSersieatitof the Democracy the Hon. J mi es II. Uoolittle. Frank ldair ihrea ens to st'imo Ohio and Ino-ana. He ro'pht do bet r iu Keotjckr. We cnu hardly credit th report tht. 'he Denifcats nro 1o hold ersud rail4ction meetlna at Andeuonville, M." t-ejmour, it seems, is hurtina up eert'flcate of lovait, dur.ug thu wrl Where's tbe raawr suop n an? Hi'iano STmoiir or'trlnall? liadamHlle name, Nelson, which he nropped. Good chance h.r a few nriclefl In ihe Wor'd. The Hon. John A. Itinvham whfbab',en inak'is i flective pepp,he in Mine, predict thai H e State will give Grfcut and (Ml "ax 20,000 majority. -Doolitt'o savs that Setmonr fonrht be bnttle ot (iettvebuip. The Av llrt7ton (D-l.) Commercial mf this lsanmlake he only aided tbe hebel to h?ht I'. An artist advertis'8 portraMs of Mr. D a'r "In titipen di lTent Po8tt'oni " AttT Hie election be can give sixtctii oue of them "lace down." Mr. S. 8. Cox tmv9 of nora'lo Oeymour: "The mote on rub him the pr (rhtr bo shines," The sun c niay bo said ot a brigs candlestick an 1 Lld rV rose. Country papers fay thnl Ihe Hon II. G. 'eb bius, torn rrly M. (',. from New Vork, mid J ulae I'icrrcpoi)i. onet.f tbe Sacheiuj oi T.tcimany, w.ll soou eccltre fur (irmit. The Z"iiPvilie (Ouio) frrnn'r7, the only Gei niHii paper p'ilM-li'd therp, and sh'ch has hiihrr.o been Dcn.oere.ilc, in last weed's issue repuoiiites se moor md Itbtir. Tbe Honorable J imes Hughe, of Indians, one ot tin iiK'st el"quent ol tue I) -m kts ic orators now pnic'iciuq la v in Wa. bi;,s'on, will return Hi Insbta e a. soon iisOnpiess n.l iOvriii, and taVe ttie stump lor tirant and C illax. A diiincii'shed snvant, iliud'iie to Oover ikt s moor's bir'bolaee, Ponipev, S. Y . re. n at k d i hat he was a former ic.-i lent o' Pom pen, and had been recently exhumel by a j.nrtv of Au.prlc in antiquarai s. In Vircn'a the Demo'Tat have one Larav et'e WVliliiiiton, a neero and Virgin an, xtumo ins tbe vtaie aunit st, thp np Consti'uti in. He t- repnrded witu er"at avor by the D -mocracy, anil is fully lecognized us a "man and a brother.'' "Ihe war is over," said a fievmo'inte Ibe o'Ler dav ton up-aimed sol ber who was turn ing a hand-oruan in Ui.iou P.nk. "It may be over to 1om,'' sa'd the brave b:y in blue, litfng uph's slump, "but it isn't over by a pood deal, low."' The "friend" ot Seymour Tamosed. The Tennessee rebels, Cnbniciened by the aetiou of th.! lite Democratic Convention and the lelti r of Frank Blair, are serious! v coo'eni plming lie overtl.ro of the present Teunes-ee t-ta e Govcrnn cut. The K-i Klux KUo mean trouble, and a-e well oreaiizcd. Thev warn the liccroes tliHt they will not be hurt if they (ibstoin l:om poiitcs, but the white Republicans are to be murder-d wi.hont m"rcy. Tee n eet inc of the Leg slu'uie, call, d for the 27th inst., will not be a moment loo ooon. Au Immense Kepubl can m i mee'ing was held in tics Moines. Iowa, on ilie rijlitof the 18 h. Tbe Mst Des Moiues and Wet. Dps SI dnes firant C'ubs were out in s'ronn fore , each Leaded by a brass '.and. W ueu tney united theproi es.-ion was full a mile 1 ins, aud w th ibeir 60u lorehes and flans, ma 'o a verv im posiuer nppearan.'e. A'ter marcbina thro iL'h the pinicipul trel U, tli-i oro d asreiibled in Cotiit House Square to li-ten io the speeches of T. 1). Ingersoll, ol Md.-cai.inc, and Genirul L. A. (jiart. Th" cdl'or of the Marquc'te (WIb.) Express at'eided the Democrat c Nttional ''otiveuiion, and makes the following oio is r.-rlec ion-: "l am reminded of the day? and aci'on of tje Apostles, wh U'ey were willu a to no anyth'np aud suffer am tbimr for the cause they d ired toes'fabli-h for the cood of nnvkind. Instead of a pold cnl th' re is a genuine Cnn-tiau spin' m this Convrnti n. and if God is p'eased wib a triumph ot the light. H will bles tb labors of tne Convpn'ion, un.l crown it, with -uoos." In corifnma'icn of lb', au n du'uuut Democratic fdi'or of ibe Peunle'ou stripe 8'us: "Oer $1(0.000 were paid out to bnv deleaa e." He luriher sii's that 'Rei11oiit and the bondholfe's' pin p6 piovldpd palaces of p'ost itutorit lier wine utd women were iree to thoo who were for sale." Forthcoming Stale Flections. The fo'iowlijg Slate elections are yet to occur this j eari Aii gust 3 Ken lucky. Auuiist. 13 leuue.ss-e. H p'tiDlierl Vfi-mout. Sepu uibei S Callforula. h-Mpieniber 11 M;iluo. Ortot er C. Nebraska. October l'i Pennsylvania. October l'l Ouio. oetolx r l.'l ludiana. October Pi Iowa. October T west v Iruinia. Novtmbei 3 Ne Yorlt. Novtrotifer ii Now Jersey. Nov niber ;t Drflaware. Novi uiter 8 Mry 1 ud. November ;t Illinois. Nov em t er :t Michigan. NovnuDi r 8 Wisconsin. N vmiberO Mi inesota. November M Issouri. November .1 Kansas. November :J Nuvmla. November JCassuehusclts. B VS1NESS NO TI CES. Clothing Ton H-x "Wkathkr. Every variety suited to tbe season for Men, Vuiutis, iloya, a id Children, new. freah and lunhtonahle, ri-pleulsned dllj. and suliirg ri Idly at prices Kiraulod la all eases lower tbua he luwest elsewbore, ud lull ta'ls- acilon iiurauteed every purchaser, or trie sale can cel. etf, and mon.y relunded. Hut oi:y between ) Eknhktt A Co., fifth ami "l'o a kk 11 alt., 6u:t!i iti'C'.ts ) No. 61U viabkktHt., CHIIiAUKLIMIIA, AND NO. 6C0 BkOaDWAT, MKW i'oKK. Tilt Fi NiiiMt Bill. V.'bi!e statesmen are occu pUd and perplexed in dccidlug bow to "fuud" thd various drttits of the cuuiHry, now In diffjreut forms and beaiiDk dlrlVrcut rates of Interest, we would rauke a BngHPbiloa as rearai "fundieic" on boib a practlranle aud prolfttible pluu to the bolder ot tbe article. J.et every man In the p v-snssloa of Ui-fl'.ilug or nufaiilil' nable elothirj gel It ull togolher and lake It to some poor family of his ncqii-tliitimcs where tbeie are a numocr of hoyn. to hsve It cat up, aud lei l.lu: tukelhe pr ceeds, which will be la the simp et a good humor with himself, toge her Willi a Utile nod ti Dftl money, and buy one ot ibose lo -priced bummer auiis at uliailusj si.tkm it Uu.'s, un.ler the Continental. '1 his will be "funding'' to some profit. JawyLi'.y. Mr. William W, Caswidy. No. 128oath Se'0iid street, has the largest and nioit attrueilve assortment of flue Jeweliy and all verwura la ihe city Purchasers ran rely upon obtaining a real, pure arti cle furnished at a price which ctnuot be equalled He also has a large stock ot American watches la all varieties and at all prices. A visit tu his store is sure to result In pleasure, and proQu Fjne CcsTost Mauh Boots and; Shoes fur Oon tlemen. Earufctt, No. 33 South bixth street, aujve Cbeounu ORovr.a A Bakeb's atglieat Premium SewlnB Machined, No. 7'JO Chesuut street. Newspapkrs. Ptrlodlals. 1'ashlou Flatus, au I Uagt nm l.o.D KukIIsU uiid Auinric-n muy te hud a soou aa pubiiaU d ot JoUu Tituiwuii, iuu ,Ta efwb tKei,t. Ilia euttrprne aud energy n ve -eure i or liiu an extensive patron ijh, wnlch uu cotnuu-is o sailoij by lun ibbing ibe New York paiieri ev -ral hours mrilr than mey cati be obtained by the regu lar uifciiu aud by BHllinit tue perlixlicaU d iint4. t lies at ihe lowest poin'b e prices Those ilexiruiK iheli.lesi liitelllKt-nce stioald visit Timwiiu a Nev tuipoiluo:, al iSu. 1Q7 e '1'ulrd street. jjjis or Ali'A a Back. l,U of Linen Saeki, J.tiH 'f lln' CluM Ultil', T.in' it S (c. s. Jjols uj' thf VlvtcuttiU: lliulcia, J.atx tjf J hick- Nitcii. Lilian llu( 'iIh, Jjiits uf hlniii J'uHlt mill Vests, jiil man eiJ very nice. A iT li Un to ,8. Ad Xlii"" lo.i 41 tu (4 tie. fie, WANAUijiiR A Brown, , (ink Jlnl', H. F. Comer r Sixth unit M v h'l t'.Wli, Iff A OOQil (C of Vl'rgymcn't Lwt titckt, HARBIED. BITTFBLTCH DAOR. the Vb of.Tnly by Rev, Fa. her Umnihi er. Mr. HKRM S K. B "T I'ttrtLlUoi U VlMhCflilA M. IAUa.,buta nf this city. HOLM ROBINSON. On ID evening of th?ll Inaiai.i by the He. Dniilwl Ma in, l. !.. Mr. OKIHOU W, fiOLUKU to M laa MaKIA LOUISA BlUiNbON. DIED. CAVPBICLI On the 22 1 Inotant, JAMES CAMP BK1.L In ibf 47la ear ol lilt ftge I he reiane and irieudn 01 me family, also the n eu hers of J.alayane Lodge, No. 'I, A. Y. M.: al-n the members or i'ur.n Looge No. Mi I, O. of O. F.. a mi the member 01 Ab"u hen Artnetn ioola'l.in. I, ) ol O. t'.i alKO the member4 of Boulb 1'enn II R 0 nirany, aie nwpt-ei fully Invited attend tbe fuii ral. fron- Ms ' e ree dence No l.ilJ iN. TentQ n'rwt on sniertaT auernnon, tn 2Vh in-oon, at 1 o'clock Inlerrcet I at Odd fell ws' Cemetery. HA MILluN.-oo the2lnt liiHiaii', a ter a long and lumen.' lilneso, JaNH, wile of W lll'.ain llumlllon. lit 11. e 71) h year of re r xk. The relative and mend of the fnmlly are iwpeet fnlly invilee u atu-ud the funeral, troiu tbe resldeno- 01 Let htiRliarid N. W. c mer of sev nieentb ' il n.l aril urcetn, on Friday, the ih Ins. ant. at 8 o'rlik. Interment at Mount Merlau Oeaiete'-y, II T('M FR. O11 the 2ltt mutant. ANN, widow of the la e Jet.n Haiel.er. In the 78ih year of her age. The rWalivet and trleniin of Ine iauja aia .!"" fully invited to attend ihe funeral, from ihe residence el her sim-lii-ia w, Crarlcn c, F. Vaiideurllt, near B tlmin, n wi i.iy-ih'frt Ward, Philadelohla, ou riatur da tnornliif, the 26th nsiant, at lu n'clnck. H leZK V.-On ibe evening nt the 2l Instant M A h Y, eldest daUibter of cathatlne and the late i Io Inaa lien ti y. I be relai'vea and friends of the family are respect fully 1 1 v 1 ed maueiic tn- funeral, from Ibe reel lenee ..I her n ot her. No. 89 S Knur U alrem, o., Haturday, ti e ifttb lunaut, at 8 o'clock, luteraieul at Iiaurul mil II KYU This mornlne JAKE, Infant daughter nf Jo. i U ai d Jaua O. Heyl. J Hf'ICHl's-ON.-Hiniderlv, on the 2ist Instant. J"r ! HU1CU1N-iiN. I.ii.iieer (Camden and At IbMIc Hailrearti, nned 87 vears. Finn ral at A hs. mm on s'r dnv mornlni. Frln1 r. ruoitcilully luvned. (New York imperii plense ccpy.) l'MllSON.-On tbe 2lBt Instant. DAVH PK1R I ON. Hid Ii7 years. 1 .e re'Kilve and friends are reepec' fully Invited to attend tbe funeial, from Iiir late residence, Y'rk load above jkimiuk sun vlltaije, rn Friday niornliiK, II e 24 h iiiBiaul ai ID o'clock. Cvrrliiges will ba lu reailmeas a V o'clock, at 'lie olllce of William H. Moore undertaker. No. S(S Arch a.reet. to muvey t'.e Irli nds lo the house. SHAHPLRSH.-nii Thiirsdav. the 23d Instant. A r- PKK'I N HJLV, lulrtUts ui of Iiaao aud Kcbecca II . Hiiarplent. Ji ieinieni 'rem No. 2913 rrlng Garden street, on Raturde;, July i'J, at 8 o'clock P. M, r-HO KM A 14 KK.-on the 22d Instant. FEMOI IX- PJPSNIiKNCK, diiUKhterot J .tin and Mar ha K- r-boeoiaker, aed 1 year auu is aays. Disease, I ypaoid pio iin.oina 'I ! relatives and rrlend" are re.D:ifutlv Invited ti atn d l e lnuert-1 from the i ealdeuce nl Her pnrents, No. 24IH Oerniant'iwD avenue, above York street, on eniarday afternoon, tn 24 h I'kihlI, at 1 O'CljCK. To proceed lo monument ceineiery. lu.TH KKMKL. J tuna A The remtlni of the laie 1 leineiiant Jarnes A Mother uel, having baen lorwaiaed lrom Fort Hm1m, Idaho I'errltury, the lui eral will take place liom iba real leuce of his parm's No 18 ts uiiace street, Ou BatuiUay at'r noon, July 26, at 4 o'clock. OBITUARY. At a MeeKpg of tbe olllcera at Fort B'lle. Idaho Terrlt ey, Feiiruurv I", Itx.o, tbe IjllbWlu preuuioie 1.11(1 i eHui ii i ioi.m were anopie.l: Wi.ireas 11 baa pieaseu iu'giiry uou to tAKerrom our nndst wt.l e In the p-r ioruiui.cn ol bti duilei our Uiuch i eaprced and Dulnveil ln-.iner lu arms, Lleu- Nlinu MK4 A KUIUKKUISU. O'l. -JJ.," Sin U. H. Isvu aud wher.a-.lv I- o.iib consultant won. our ie lrgi and one o the meuiorv ol tue Uvceaoed, li.l.t aa a hoov we an ud kivk up ii'luu loour unr ig fur ii'S in t'nieiv iu' and 'eai ly tu our apprecia- loii il oi a si, eu. area oum ini-r. luie lie-lived Tnat L'euiei.aut Ja us A. Rdharmnl. llurO k the time he l a- b en n.LOHR t i s, has urovt-d 1 insell an tnii li t aid active oai er, lutuoeatpa- U iiutaihe Br neau I rtua p .rp'we or orinif ut la In i nw he ti eu.liiHi t y iiicC-kmIu! In exfou lug tue on1 era ol sunerlur lies' nuartri. aud Lit U-i i ii tl- a on the Ma beur .IV r, Oiex.in. wunre he inior- i ii r ali ly lost n Me D the atuiati ai a isctiarite o' Ms file. 'I hat In hs riaih the aervh e ha lo-t a v. or.hy anu ue si pr.iuilliig ineuner. a-iu hU real b n.l in e oi ns ii o t vain hi y.iung o'Uch a d. R- solved, Tuat a tne lot Jvi men nt JmM A Ketbi-rmel Mem 'in n a warui-liu trte 1 you .g khii t em-n anil frb nil h.i b bl ki idiy iHniiim uuj K uial namrebad won our esteem and ad'ectloL'. n aucw iniu nut loiovbou, N ir e oau.ed hliu hut to oral Rd. Risul'id That i ti r beirllelt svmoathy Is ez inned imp par. ntsof the dec-aied wno liavn icat a kind and du Itul a n nd In lll.ee h. bvibiasad Bvi nle tlia e Ins a aft'cll nv e nd loving b ler. 4lh K-snived, i bat in reHpeco io te memory o t ui brother we will wear tbe Uhual badge of mourn 'I g lor il.lr y dava bin It.aoived. Tha' ampv of thee res'Utitlons h fo' Warned to the Mmlly oi ihe deiwaaori Biid that tne -an h i iilil slied in ib" 1 A i my and Navy Ju irua ," Niw Yi.ik "Kvei-lng Pub-," P'l adenina -Prasa " New "N'ork Hera'n," Han l.'ronnifco Idnbo, aud i orllili'i papeiH, and Mar lord -Week'y lot " JA.M1.3 B -INCIIK. Kt i:". USA. and C. mmanri.iip I'ol, 1're.ildcUt. C1JABLKS RTHi , lui.lfiu. 2id Inf , becre ary and Po-t Adjutunt. It America!! Life Insurance Company, Of Philatlelphia- Sa F. Corner Fourth and Walnut Streets. MfifThis Institution has no superior in the United Ulate eitl H O L L O WAY'S COXCEXTKATJED ESSE.VCE OF JAlYTAICiGIMGSR. A ri'RE ESSESCE OF THE TRUE JAMAICA GL(JER. Free from Cayenne Peecr or any other admixture, potsueslng All tlie Carminative anil tliffiisivcljr sliinu iatiuf proiieilivs Which a-e so potent la toe Jam .lea Ginger al ine, and which ae bo edicacl us In all cases of Chill i Ir m Kipoanre to Cold or Duipueaa, Colic Clio. era Mor bus, 1 lam cea, etc. OhSElvVK A halt teaspoonful of Ilollnway's Gin ger is strong! r and more ellVc Ive lluia a full tea siH.onlnl of any other lu tbe market. FKEPARH.D BY JCKMSTCN, K0L10WAY & CDWDEN, o. 002 ARCH STREET, 7 8 PHILADELPHIA. TO RENT. F R RENT, TKESHiSES, Sie. 8C CHESXL'f StM FOR STORE OR OFFICE. ALHO, OFFICKS AND LARGK ROOMS Biiitabl 'oraCuiumercUICo Ui. Xi i at 6 2tf BANK F THK REPPni.IO. HATS AND CAPS. JONES, TEMPLE A CO., iaV FASH I u N A h L K HATTERS, No 26 fc. NINTH Street Fltat door above Cneiaut btreet. 4 " WAUBUHTON'8 1MPUOVKD VK.JTI laitHi.iiid e.y-ntllng Dieaa Hata (eatenl.(t), in t.11 tlie Improved tiiahiona of the aeaaon. I'HliH- " LT Htreet. uext door to tne Pimt Olllce tl 11 Jan Will cure the DYPFPbia, PURIFY THK BLOOD, RKNOVATK THK SYSTEM. Prluclpal Depnt, No 2414 FUANKFOttD ROAD. For sale at all the Drug blures lu the city. 7 18 leu DEA P N K8S EVEUY INbTKUMENT THAT acieuce aud akin have u ventral to anBlat tu .earing In eve- d. gree ol dealneas; alao. llmplrat ira ,i... Cramiall a I'ateni Criitclitw, superior to any .mere In uae. at P. M AJJlUliA'3, No, ILi .b. Tk lli suvei.buiow lihear.uk I 5p SI U 11 B s' F It SUMMER RESORTS. JKOWR'g MILLS BOARDING IIOU30- Origlral'y kept by the BROWN FAMILY, ti now open forth reception cf peimaneot and transient HOAI DFB8. He beautiful 'ake, tra bia'a therao". the fisblrgi the bathlrg. the delightful medicated Mineral Npilnta, 'ha rannvatirjg pine breer., tbe promeaad trg In Ibef plendtd grovei of lotljr pines, a'l oontrl b te to make tt place healthful fur Invalids and de UbUnl for Ifaoae seeking comfort nd pleau.e. Pasiergers tke the 4 o'clock boat foot of Market street wbarf, to Camden. tbenc by cars by tbe way ol Klooreatown, Meviht Holly, Pimb. rton to Wr'ghw. own, wh re stages will be la readiness to convey passengers to Brow n's Mills. THOMAS PCATTKRQOOD, . Proprietor of Roardlug Ueuie. JOHN nORNF.R. 7 IS wlw PropriPtnr of Stages. HYCENIA HOUSE. COLLINI- BriCn.DElAWABB, fs new open for the reception of guests. This fava rite place of resort Is beautlmlly si uated at a point on tbe Delaware Ba', a few mil s lrom ihe Cap- a. It has a beantuul lawn la front, well Bhand, good sal aler batting, sailing, eta Take steamer Terry Arch street wbaif. 7 10 1m FRANK COLLINS, Proprietor. Post Office address. Dn.k nevlHe. Pel. JiIIE CATSK1LL M0USTALX HOUSE. This favorite SUMMER REPORT, Situated on th CA f B I LI, MOUNTAIN-, btale of New York, aud ci mniaudtng the fluest view In Amsrlca, having been recently enlarged, will be Open from JUNE 10 tt OtTtBHl 1, Terms, $450 ier day, or $28-00 per week. 8 ages connect at Cau-khl lth all ot tde Hudion Pl ei Ralr ad trains, aud the aay aoats lrom Ne York .r Albany it) witu tbe ateamhoata Thomas Powell nd New Champion, leaving Pi, r 85, foot of FRAN KLlfS ftret, York, dally, at 5 p. M Saturdays at P.M. 6 9 2m J CUAKLKa L. BEACH. Proprietor QONCRE88 HALL, CAFE ISLAXD, SEW JEIISEY, Will receive guests June 23-. Terms $400 wcr Hay 2500 per week. ricasc aildrefss, 6 9tntbn2m J. F. CAKE, CAPE IPLAND. 3 E A-C A T H I N G. SURF HOUSE, ATLANTIC CITY. A few choice roims fronting the Oceau c&u be had If ui plkd lor iiunudlalely. R. R. THOMPSON, PROPRIETOR. Music by Call Sents's Band. 7 22 6t JJNITED STATES HOTEL, ATLANTIC CITY, XT. J. Is now open lor the reception of Guests. Mv.ilc under the diiection of Simon Hassler, Persons wisuing to eugae rooms can do so by ap plyii'B to DKOVVK & WOELPPKR, Troprietora, ATLANT'O CITY or lo. 27 KXCHMONJ Street. 2 3m yHE MIPTUNE HOUSE, ATLANTIC CITY, N. J., Has been enlarged, repainted, returntshed with new lurnkure and spring beds, and Is now open lor the reception ot visitors. It is within FIFTY YARDS of tbe beBch. JOHN eMJCJi, Proprietor. ROBERT L. FURY 7 13 lm THE TEFMOXT HOUSE, CAPE MAY, 13 now open for the seaii Teiu.s-z 5U per ua, or iS per week. HUMPHREY HUGHES, 6 231m Proprietor. GROCERIES, ETC. s M N. THE FIRST SEW ST. JOHN'S SMOKED SALMON Offered For Sale this Season. SDI0 C0LT0N & CLARKE, GROCERS, S. W . Coiner KKOAI) aud WAL UT Sts., ( 16 tilths PHILADELPHIA. 'RNTN.-TIin IIKNT llOAVi; fap. '1J t.K evi-r iolu lu Piuiadelphia, u Wli.SiW.M'M old ea.auili.hed Tta Warehouse, No. 24b" ClliLOSUT BtreeU 30 F1N.-;OOU KTUOKIl ROtSTKU No. 2: C 1 1 K. U 1' 151 reet. frfr CKSTN.-JAVA tOl'IKK, IN L1IIUE KJXJ Owvetnu.eiitaa.-ka at Vil.Ki'i. IIkUlafeU (IlltliOIt V, FH I4UI.U lj Cottee ncu and struug For sale at WII.O.H-a oid establUhed Tea Wu.ehouae, No. 26 OHEdNUT street. 80 I l NTS I'Klt POVNUt-t!HMTHONO ULAiU'iLA, VII.S.f. No. 23H C'll hi.N U 1' atreet. O llAKOi: lKUi: AMI HHP.4K I AM li:, at tVlLtOA M lou Waruhouae. No ZXHCHRSuNU I' Htieet SIFTlXjKI'ltflOlTlIK It KMT TEAS IN TUB ( IT i lor aale 10-day at W 1 1MN 'f.l (i i3ins(uiiH COPARTNERSHIPS. VTUTK'K IS (IKCKBV OI YEN THAT THK JN limlti-d partnership here'ornre ix Isiiug ot e. n Hie und. ial 11. U under he uauie ot KM IL bUlI ALa., la this day disaolved by mutual c mseni. I'M IL HuHAI.K. CaAULEtiLEANfa, rbllada., July 1 A. D. 18B3. lturst PARASOLS. PAHASOT.S AT l. Sl'25; LINED. $l-f0. ;2t bliktoiin Uuihreliua. tl. (1 aud Upwards, Ab 1 ' 1 .v n, No. 21 b. JtluilTU eitreet f7 1 2ra SOAP. QUEEN OP ENGLAND SOAP . UliKEN OF KNULAND hUAP. QUKEN OF ENULANU KOAP. For doti.g a lauilly waahlug lu tne best and chop et manner. Unan.i.leed i,iui 10 any in tne w. rlill JiaH all the atieiiKih ot iheoid roalu soup with the ii.ilu anc lailu ring qnutl' ie of ceiiulce caitile. Tr this Milmdid Sii.ap. H'li.I) BY THK ALUtN C-MEMICAL WllltKH, NO. 43 NORTH FKUKTS'l., PaiLAJiil.PUlA- ISlWSa-tp FINANCIAL. JITlIvanHnAsrnic liiAaMniiuuLrii BUY COUPONS OF GOVERNMENT BONDS AT SAME iiilCE A3 GOLD. AtiESils F0K THE SALE OF TUE TOFU LAR LOASS Central and Union Pacific Rail road First Mortgage Bonds. Principal and Interest Payable In Gold. OUPONB OF 1HE3B BONUS CASHED AT OCR OFFICE. Dealers In all Government Securities. SMITH, RANDOLPH & CO., No. 16 South THIRD Street, 710 PHILADELPHIA. Q O U P O N 8 OP 1HS FIRST MORTGAGE BONDS OF The Union Pacific Railroad Co., AND Central Facific Railroad Co., Faid at the Kaukaig House oi WEX. PAIHTSil & CO., No. 36 S. THIRD Street, lti PHILADELPHIA, WJ10 have Hie raeiflc Donds on hand for immediate delivery. Kew Descriptive rainpliiels, Willi Map, furnished without charge, on application. LEHIGH VALLEY KAILKOAU COMPANY'S JIOP.TCACE BONDS, DUE IN 1898. $5,000,000, With Interest at Six Ter Cent., Tayablc ou the First Day of June and Decem ber of each year, FIIEE FK0M STATE AND UNITED STATES TAXES. These Bonds are seenred by mortgage on the fol lowltig Rai roads belonging to this Company, namely, Ihe main line lrom Phlnlaburg.New Jersey, throngii Maocb Chunk to Wlikt.ibarre, Pennayi vaula, lul miles: tbe Beaver Meadow branch, 17.' miles, and tne Lei Igb and Mahauoy branch, 42,'i mllei, making a total of 161 miles of roud, Inclndlug 73 miles double track, equal, with sidings, to m miles ofslngle track, together with all lands, brioges, work-shops, ma chinery, depots, engine houjes, aud buildings there unto belonging, and ail rolling Block, tools, lmt.le mOLts, and materials btlongtug totals Uuiupauy,lu up e on tbe said Railroads. TMsmoitgageis a fir it lien on all or the above Reads, except 46 mlKs, from EaSton to Mauch Chunk, on wblcb It Is preceded by a moriga-e luril,5uo,ooo due In ISTil, the Builds of which are exchanging, as last as pre&enied, for the present Issues; tnoae not presented until matnrlly are to be paid oat of tbe pre sent loan, making It a lirdt mortgage on the aaore menlloned property, $1,000,000 OF HirSE DONDS, Either Coupon orlicjjlstcrcd, Are ofTered at ninety-live per centum, with luterest lrom tbe day of sale, fiee Iroin btote and United Blates' taxes. CHARLES C.LONSTIJETH, Treasurer, Office of tbe Lehigh Va ley Railroad C'idjh, 7 1 lm No. 80 WAiiv L i' Street, Philadelphia. Q A N K IH CI HOUSE 01 Kos. 112 aud lit South THIRD Street PHILADELPHIA. Dealers in all Government Securities. Old 5-20u Wanted In Exchange, lor New A Liberal Difference allowed. Compound Interest Notes Wanted. Interest Allowed on Deposits. COLT ECTIONS MADK. 6TO0KS bought and sold On CumtulBtlon. Special business accommodations reserved for ladles. 1 " QLENDINNING & DAVIS. HO. 9 SOUTH Till III) STREET! Stock and Gold Brokora, QUOTATIONS OV KEW YORK STOCKS ALWAYH OH HAND. ItJH. a, aLCKPiwsr.tra, ia, loum b, cavu jAYrJJOOEE&O). FINANCIAL, POPULAR LOANS. UNION PACIFIC RAILRIUI' FIRST 3I0KT0AGE BONDS At 102, And Accrued Interest CENTRAL PACIFIC RAILRDAD FIRST MORTGAGE R0NDS At 103, And Accrued Intoroat. Bonds on hand for Immediate delivery. Full Reports, Maps, Etc., furnished upon application. De Haven & lino.. No. 10 SOUTH THIRD STREET, e PHILADELPHIA.' gEVEN FER CENT. MORTGAGE BONDS Of tne Pennsylvania and New York Canal ao4 Ballroad Company, Guaranteed, Principal and Interest, by tbe Lehigh Valley Railroad Company, For Sale at 95, and Interest from June I. C. & II. B0RIE, No. 8 MKRCH ANTS' EXCHANGE. EOWEN & FOX, f2Slrorp No. 18 MERCHANTS' EXUHANOg. QITY OF PITTSBURG WATERWORK SEVEN PER CENT. E0NDS, FOR SALE BV WHELEN BROTHERS, Kg 105 Booth THIRD Street. WATCHES, JEWELRY, ETcT" Diamonds, Emeralds, Rlbifs, SArrniRES, Pearls, Jailey & Co., Chesnut Street, 819. 1 1 tulbof- QPECIAL NOTICE. UNTIL SEFTEMBER 1, 18CH, Vo Sliall Close Dailj at 5 P. 31. Saturdays 3 Y. M. CLARK & DIDDLE, Jewelers and Silversmiths, llo. 712 CHESNUT Stroot, 2tutbrp PHILADELPHIA." JC C. & Aa PEQUICNOT. Uannfacturera of WATCH CAriEH, and Dealer, la American and Imported WATCHES, No. 13 Bomb SIXTH litreet,' I grptnt hi Vanutactorv, Ho. ti 8. JTIjrTB Strtti PERSONAL. T50UNTIES, PENSIONS, PRIZE MONEY, and all clatunB against tbeNatlonal and Btate Qoveru vieuts promptly collected. Call on or address GttORQK W. FORD, No. 2tl DJt'K Sfeet, Cslulh 211 Oue door below Third. mm- . . -..I 1 1 i.. ? REFRIGERATORS. Refrigerators AT 8KVKN DOT-LARS AND UPWARD WATER COO LERIf, t LOTH EH-WRlNOh S A WD WAbHElts, and a fcenoral variety ol HOU&E-FOJRt NiaiiiNa aoODi. 1?. A. WILCMAN & BRO., SstntliaXD Pt-prtt. tan, inn wpwiN't (UHDIClfW. PA T K N T E D PANT S!70ltRD AND SIIIKn ilkll fr,.in t to t luulii-, at Mullet, French r-u-am liyt-liiK and Kiumrlug, N.. -"H .i, MaSl'U btrot'i .autt io, "H llA(,Ji ijtrotl, T ft 5 a