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THE DAILY "EVENING TELEGRAPH PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, JULY 23, 1808.
0 FjIE august magazines. Harper' Mont My, al"vjs n w cleoi m vhiior, ia fully r"t lo ita Bual s'anlard of excellence. The illustrated articles! of the current number are "To ami dpod the Auioor River, " a continuation of Mr. li. G. Suu'era' "Atnou;r, tho Aulea of l'ern and Bolivia," and "John l'.ull iu Abyssinia." In tuj following paragraphs are given some fcieta ceuctruiiiij tho na'.irea of the Atuoor legion: Ttic Gilynks will n-l. permit t'rr lo hn carretl put of their bouses not even la u ipe or ciiiir tbrougu Icur that it v,-:U In mi;; them ill luck. I lenrucit this fiu t on b''.ij; rotnicit'l to exun fiiUh my ci4r be!o:e cutcriug one of their i filings. They onco liui ,t practice, of kU'.'p,; occii-loini! lests n'lii'B H"ir( p hi iheir Lo.isi'". TLcy be lieved that by so miunr. thev causcl his spirit fo T-uiain with and protect tneui, ai.. 'hn more .inrablc tho sii-niiecr the ;M'tutcr Ike chauce of lu- lu-iug sliiiiirlitcir'.l. TiiPir rtl.iii.m is piusn, vitli f4 few cliar.vter isfio bono i-tl from tun r.i.i.!iil aiio. TUev Jjnvo ( aup'Tsuiionn rei'r' lor tne bear, tifr, cuslc, ana cat. Ibey uewr nVbl tbt tiger, add ivhtu a nun ro inptus lo I-u killed by tint nniinnl the) bury ti is rciniiiui without ceremony, unit believe timt hn eiouth liu aveugthl souo) crime. Tin y catch Hie bra'- alive it posibl "buil'l him u cupe in ti coif-pieuoiis plttce, tni JiiHcii it mi upon ti-h. Uii some ft i'n ok-c ision Urai n 'a.ys a cot -pn'iiou-) i.ait, by boinij lei or draff.:, ed in plot, cf ion, ami l lieu kilUd uul ta'em R'- Ik'.sn la supposed to nittke tilts cuteia Tie m-iuc li'n'.-''1- me of cniull or pic, LuMni.' lac in'oi'.-iiee- calktd, iiliij U.' O-itf-ule r tictail" t!i np.li nut .'l.vi.vs plusten-U witu n.ii'l. J'l-iiir n i'v in-..- the rev r-e oi neat, bcuur pnuv i, n rly r. c,n i 1 1 .- In iiuiiiiin iH-iih's itii.l "jojs.'aiiii stort'n wi'U h viivi"ly of articles ot lnvi-'-'i ih' i' t. r' "'i' 'In 'U ar M't upon poles like :.n .a.i i j.-ju ct:; -barti, lo keop h-v ami vi l :ii a. i U or tv r V t be fir h I vt i hi n ni Hire. 1'n a pl:n.ioio i.i r ri( ii ! v,i Iimiu ot the lio iv Ciiun't, : ) '(iMt- Mijil,:ii;i'ir.s o:' lUaimr ;uc j.'eii(.iu!iy p.ii .1. Il)f:b tuo ti - I under vho bailuiii'j f.i mo tibtiuf at. vi!l. On wy tii vi?;t lo a villa'.'e I ,e -.im: , Lai iiiiiicvt'd at tlio Contluct of u.j Ciii.n , They burke i m i liO'V Ii d a pie 1 1. i n i 1 1 n I it 1 1 V oi i-uou-w ill, and Fcvral (! th 'i' !;.!'. !i'T--.ri i. d.ire to One me. Tin; iii j ; k n ; h- a l o .v ; miu;Iiiu? ttu hi u'e -; l'.it J K-iili.. b.':u"..' J....V woaht tia ve -tied no te'u- it a ""le de '('"u-'iy La-i bceu pr.i j t. ied VpO'i Mv li'.':-. c-i!i:i''i.- l.iil tl';iliii in pe'ier:.! -, a'non? l!ll.'.-e l.iiiiVi e. Tie.. Ml... '.1 V l lllll.lr 1 10 flMUJVi! lie.! iimi !" net -r t le .i. !i. (l ii'ircutti t I '.i.!i iir .'.a' :!' w it r-iii'.ioi India ri bu r, fU.ti l.r'l n K ;l..l iva.'n! V? Il ta ' I 1 1 i : 1 1 f ut : ." ' in,T't.,i(,,'.v ;,n,i fi; i.i oaiei j are ijunt inuJ- ''i'. .'.'.- I ' ll r.icAilisifj- '.van Tivkeii" is the P of iin .-.ii-i-V 1 y Col .).! Nie.olj. it mjoiim t"iUt v:e..i h-.-U.'Vt; tii eaptUM. of t.h'.s iaiport ut f :j t, i'liona '.' ha 1 rj.'t LoM of tUo fvH.-rnig l.'.u.r: "D.ar Mneii: a- J air i a a hi.; fill Wli Oi1 on lir U.t rt r 1,1 Alil-ter, '.vli.fl. i ' ; Jlrll'aijlJ.lt-. 1 i- a l) EilIiS. W i!U b V UiV :V. It H Cal (1 l-01't "a,T( cl a nlaiit'iUon I'-. . , lib tiia i y or lorty t n.' Yankee ves -els tviiei.i-vi r thk v rome an the itver. Tuey hve ti'i'-O it :'li wilh ii 'iii-t laT, and i.li that, bill filw i)! b. at tlitiin oil. n',.i are pel lee l' '' Hifc b .red nur ( '' I i '.i I -; r.mu, Von can't nii,t,ae Ln ro' i,i-i t river 1- a hh: wi:-.i nj is :i .-li ni;i:t i tu eouipaA a lo it. i .-, i. l you a ii'.'.la ilviMiiu w Ii : h 1 '.; a ,-e mailt' of the bi'ed in fae nv-i- i.u l the i .-ii'.on of t be li-rt. A htrnu il. ft li IS. ..t il !!,' la.iKS l.i a'I' C'1,11 ll'ki itso as '. e'V :in a' file lroi'.t d.OOi-. A e iton'i 'have mui.li lo eat, aud i Jolit. ly Je re. Vbe vr.ter vli-.'n 3?yr:: The foul ier tr.tve taU hit of p .pel to Ids cap tain, i.ad.o i' ca iK on Ihroiub lieiieial Ujv iil t to :-. ai : iev.: an ; a-. i its a" i an :ill,v IX.ia.'ilii d i'. i i" ar, i l iin i In a i in'.; so i.ie one -avr ' Fort T'vVld-t"! ! Ini vti beard ol sneh a place belafe. It J i i; -1 be om-of 'be iieliel line ot con lUfenes.'' Xone ot us then iiii tnie.l that the name was in I'D do I. lo lii'.o.-y with iliii-e of Al olo, ;laia;.ul', a id U.jUi i-on. A-: foh iiil Hit ivto.'d and J rode alonu' itil i a io:'i." t .! ; a' ai.i' eyp"es ut eiieouutfi ed th Lead ot li tala'l.L Oi' 'troop- . , v. uli VM -ll-Ulled Ji:iv r.-'H-' . , v.. re nn rehuv aloii'? witli i lint fcieady ffan wnieii was tue tvrtmu sie.n of cu Cia dition v- bicli rj'.'Hiit work. " hat fiovei'uuit of troops is tiMs'r' 1 a-kel. 'lt :s Il.-.x.e.i's division, i'iie.y are lo cio.-.s tt. biitifie to-uiabt viih the puipoe of taKiiu a fort w hieh i down the liver, r r. i!i''d C do'i"! llO'VM-l. "A tin.-re )'.c couo.'.-! Joud oveiiiay, Ctiei al.:' '..cod e C'Ji'ua'. peii'li i'i"i'," cms tbo response fit tin; man who pas-ed u-, carryinvc in ins p joket the sl.p ot brown pa, el which nmny nio'.uh- iiiTj the rebel rioloier bad sent to his mo'lier way up lucre in fiuoiui. lilt lo di e.tuiiii tiial la enemy voeld ever coiiie iliat wav, ana that he trins di-'antiy vas to be '.Lc worst public t ueuiyto liij on cait-e. A littb) h than fweniy-fojr hours from that time, wit ti but a te- moments for res! an 1 to I, aud Ila-ce'i vri'U lii brave soldier arrived oin-o-tite t j l'ui-t .tieAliihter. He Jid not wait to di -! 1 1 1 lies nor biuid earth works. JJe sent to tie lf';b"l (ou''.lallllPl, no demand lor surreu ler, nor chaliti.se lor battle, except such as glit tered l.'ota tho i 'lints ol i:i dou'ile line oi bayo nets lis tlicy moved tlowlv, uuisciersly, and titeadily out ol ti:j moo li acro s iu uaked space into a storm of shot and shell, fetea lily and unbroken, i leept when t lie dead and wounded fell, they Uiarciica! on. Tiiori win a jrruu de tcruiiuation, a terrible earuestneys iu that o i roiuiiiji iiiie id blue aud steel. They h ilt 'd not ut lanfried aiiaiii1-; they did not heed tu torpe does c .splu'iiiif,' tiiid -r their t-et, but piuicod Into the deep ditch, tore away tin; to.cru pali'-adi.'.-, moui.l -'1 lo the parapot, and theiv, then, i.nil wi-biu the fort, foue'.i' ban I lo h ni l VV ii.li it.- valiant d ft.ua. 'r.-.; and ln-u the i-m ike, iaiio'i.U lil'ili.'f it-tfif into the beivy u!r of ' fcvt-iiinj: reveubTi t'ae t'. iif of our I'nion pliate'J tueie, we, e.iv.oei aud iuiaatiein lookers-on, knew th.-it tiei.uy win inscriood ail over its beautitul folds. "A Visit to the Vcn-:h. Corp.? L"-:slatif" ii tlie title of an article whieli bkbUUes the priu cip'.l sta'.t"-ni."i of Frane W, ,? eutortainiug l;,le. We select tLo f oW v. j !.;., paragrapb COiieernijJg Tiiiwri-, Ilerryor, and U iu :h': If wc lontirse lookiiii; arcun.l la ball. Vhil: lie is :e.' Iieisi ii,4 th A.' e iiul , our eyes f di, iu tin' lir.-i pi i r, on u eorpuieut little man in Colice-tii'owi eoic, oe'"ipyuit; oiei ol iho .'rout "t-M.ts ol '! 1-lt (M.ii.', and evidetiiv ol-.seiit.u fioia a 1 t'ae coueU-ions bich Oiu-vb-r Hirive-in . lies .1.-.-.! ijify li-iir, wmcub.) Combs tor.vnr.l. pvo'ruii." he'-u. I Ins hil. toie. Iu tul an I i .'.paii r,. !i 'ii; I -, li'.e a u Jinb"i" of al lo n.;ad; his tonuu. bo, ir I !..-, face Ir'nr- the iirees o! loiie 've;.r m i.ii. ib'e'na! Lai. ; but r.ot-Vi'l.-taiiaii:.: it- iv i Tpre-sion, there is some tb'.IU tf-MctediUBiy uooil-naiured ud I'ven jilly Hbui.it il, and a paif ot en ary eves are itt-a-u'i 'er bi- cpecacles. Lo .k chiM-ly a', h ui, for l - l., (,u.. ot (p.- m. i-1 :l le t no us men of t loi lti.'eA,!ol,he Tliu-rs, Louis Puiiliop Mti.l-'.er, tee liivtt.il inn of ma u.-volution, tin' Consulate, hud the Lu , ii-;- -one-, h pot r, li'u-ndb-s jou'--l,ai-..st, a.id no.- oik- of the- wiul.liie.H and en.-t t-el-brated stu'.e'."ueii, uuihjis. ami omtora of Fi a i: ec . It i-. but uatiiv.il that, afi.-r ser.-'uThci' you desire to ti ke a b-ok at hii old rival, but now last friend, Jit rrvt-r. the "bi'sin-" ot iiie Leeiti-init-t r "i tv, urid 'itl'd oi all the eld Connie",-,., and Jjiiche ,-es vkaitm ia lii-i Faubuur-j! St. (; .r. Hi am lor me lenoralion Oi lie- ''yood old times" jwid for 11. e ii' te iou of the Count do ('tmuib-ird to tlio r'l'ei.ch tin il.t . Iu or bjr 'o tin 1 him you liiieot ibiei t jour eyes to the b -uches of tu l';tu'. -.'-"litre: tor, in ordr to iutlieitt that he ,i' ieii- wi.v Lis ftie4ti of tbo keli luily so far as oppo---ifoi. lo f In' I'lten.il t overum 'tit is oi iiei-i i,,-. hut (I,;; ih viiti them tin nearly alt Cither points, be lUs taken a -.-at apart frreii thi n . T Ik if- he sit r.l hit d'-sk. dn ol I fccuilc Jai n f.f deciJeulv rnao' tatic uppi aranee, W.EbtJy btvofyiiig, bit vkiiLj iy very hug esr-U's- g!ve fare, crownel with a wria'h of f-Uver Lhii. and frlnt'cd wlta pnuill whiclicrfi of the moc color. Wnenevfr he ta!C3 thij Iloor he tdiiirnit hts Ru(lirnc, depite hif eeveuty-Hcvcn jfuiH, bj bis full, RonoroBs an t flexitil vide; and Kiuilly clmrmltiR Is his calm, lofty etyU, bi rliiiB'e, terse diction, and the wondertul lucidity with which h" handles th most oilllcult and complicfitrd que-itit n. AttlnifS. horcver, liip some bat tbea'rlral netionand theFtudied hitlectiou oi hi voice dr tract con.-iderabiv from the itnpre.,i,ive power of hi? specchft, and evea Lis admlrert admit '7't 'i r-one vn ?'.' A inc.t not tevcrallv kiiovrii ii that M. bcrryer is t (ieinuri de.-cciii, and that lit ancestors a (Jer nitn taoily. named Wlitcihergcr. fettled iu Lorraine iu the puddle of the ctfrhteuntb. cm. itiry, aud iiiin:ed 'here, aflur a white, the French name 'Ui'inc' It is now liaU-pii't tivc, tnd M. Thiers leaves anndl the mo.-t enthusiastic acc.lainttioui of ; lie ii.aiorit.T of the tribnue, which M. Uniher now ascends wiih n 'piir-k, firm s'ep. As h. coriipo.-rs fiiniscll to Micak tueiioise in the hall dies ivav n.i.tin, a? it bii-hed by a nvifjician's wand, and the nioinr"M who letl their seats in order to ctiiii:ratulstc M. Thicr return thlthr in hot hat-re. I. Konher is ackncwle'i'.'ed to be the best pppkr, or. n? he U calb'd al-to, the first t-tior t) the I'hxmber. He cunmeuces hi pncli ill a very quiet and subdue! mHuncr, and it is c bt-ervable taut be takes pains to cirb b is fierv temper; but It is not Ions in bui'dtins throne h all i f.-tiaiiits, and the heavy form be comes now wonderti.lly animated. His fine voice roll KMioront-ly thvoiipli the hall; he speaks iu I mi st iinpss-' oned insiutier. and with pucrt Tari-dity that the phonopraphers lie barely aide to keep p'v-'e wtth him; nn 1 yet his ' iciion is so faultless that In- rarely tikes the trouble of rrvi.-iccr tli1 prco'-hrets of his fpet'ches. liat, liowcvcr iiupaui'iied his words n ay he his action niways remains pober aud cool; only, when ivi lyiT,).' io ppisonal a'tack-i ho ctten sniitr's bis bio.id chi't-t, or strikes the tribune rcn atcdly with the palm of his daud. For the rest, be ile'eiHis the imperial policv In the sweat of his face; for, scarecly has ho spoken ior fifteen uiiuu'cs when hi-t foreliend and checks aie covered with larfre drops of perspira tion, and. witb'.m inierrnptintr his spei'i'h, ho diaws his handkerchief Iroin hi- pocket in order to w.pe them off nrain nial ajaiu. The Assem bly liiuiL'? brcafhlefsly on his li)s; but, when lie puues every no ait.l tliin loi a uioin-ut or 1o, the roiijori'y bursts into tjmuUiio'is ap plause, and 'fhruis of 'Trtn hicn ' trts bitn P le-oimd from all quartfrs. .Sacli i" ths pocr ol his eloquence u,;t whir, aficr baviiiar spoken tor about an hour, M. Ifouhei, b tilled in peivpi ration, leaves tbo tribune, the very same con fisttnt iiiomhTs Mho applauded M. Thiers' spte'h to the echo now thro hit around the Minister, in order to snub.) bands with him aud sisftre him that they lwlly aurey with hitu." The Csilaxv. Atiou the tuost rea-iablu art!-;les of tto Angn.-'t uuiul'er of the (.mhi ry, is oue hy Mr. Thorna-i 7. Ivuox, on "A ,!oAtu7 through Mcmpolia," wlduU eoutaius fiuoU iuform.itioa of a riov.'l character. The article by Mr. O-iorf.e Wakemrai, ea titled '-J.iterary Transfer Vor?:." is a very good ove. Ve ruako tbo foil-) .ring cx'.ract: 1 wa- onee aequaiuted with a reporter who kivw the toiii.-e.s of all the trrooves in wiiicll eveijihiur; under the sun was accustomed to inn. lie had P pen in tho i r deSMou tor year, i.i d '.vithout ever IrouoliUif himself t- lii'iut up detuils. ht tvrotu accounts ot evervtbifisj iro.n his own prtviou-ty (leqiured kuo.vU-itse o( tho wicniicr iu which, ia-eoi'tiilit? to all p.ecjde.it, th,j,-t tilings woiii-l, wi bout dmibt. occur, lie evru kne just wlml kiud of speeches hall' the m- ii m the mr-trop'dis would make on certain oet-u-ioiis. lie cjuiti tell yoa vviint jolies, Ahat iiiotatioiis, v hut f.'ui.ts i f ruetorti: would be pot mi tit the N"w Kiiiilatitl and St. Patrick's dinner, aud at the liui its Festival. He. could tc-H you just what arunients and what fifptrcs Ot pfe rcii each niau would iuiluk;e in at ft fiolitical lncctini;. I should line to muke two or three exceptions to that, but it ni'-.'ht be deemed loo perseiiul. ui couru in ivritiui.' lor the pre.-s, lie never comin.tteu hnusetf too much to details. Whiu he -Arts set d.iwn for a n.eeting lor srme general, popnlar object, he wtmld ollentinies Bit down in the otlic-.) and write up the uhoie thin--:, touicwhat ait .r the following mod I:- "A biiet tnd KitelMcreuf audience asf-eicblrd last eviumu at the George Washingtou Hall, to make ai riiiiircinents lor perteciing "en ort'iinizi t.on fcr the puipose of tic, etc. Atier the usual preliminary business necessary t ) jut the association iu woikiuc order, the Hon. was introducei, and delivered au elo.pieut and forcible andress. He covuratulatcd the audi ence on the numbers and eu'.husiasm which tiad characterized this uathenug. He considered it an oicu of the sucrey- ot tue arantl au.i bene ficent cause in which they were encased. Tht cause was founded iu justice auot r'isrht, aul would prevail. It mi.uhi be ini died for a time, but u would sprint: torili again, like Flnemi: from his usht s. with new strength aud beauty. Truth crushed to earth would surely rise ag-nu. The persons enlisted in ihis cause were encr eetic ami determined. They knew their rights, anikuofcing, dined niaiuiain. Hu proceeded at Buiue lentitli to expanato upou th boned ts to be derived from succe.-s in their ellorts, and con cluded by exhorting; all present to put thcr shoulders to the wheel und aid the object for which tney had as- em bled, by every uieaus iu their power. The speech wan lictencd'to attentively, and was reptateiy interruoted by applause. The mei'tiuc broke up amid great eutiiusiasin. So speaker ever i-ame down to tbe otlieo and complaiLeii of such a rvport of his s.eech. He saw that it was nicely word-.;J and would do bun credit, aud that it was what he ought to have said, whither he did say it or not. Suppose that somebody i-aoie to the ollice and told Lim that i tie Hon. bad been teu- dered the nomination for the Assetubly or for Congress, aud had a'teuded the lneelinir aud accepted the nowiustiou. He immediately sat dou ami wrote an account, iiKdudin the honoiable gentleman's speech, ns follows: "Ibe Hon. here entered the room, a- coiled by the committee which ha J beeu nppoiuted to wait upon biin aud in torn; him of his noniiuiitiou. be was greeted with the most overwhuln iue enthusiasui. Wiieu tbe appl u.-e had subsided he addressed the audience iu a lew brief and pertinent lieuarKs. 1 1.3 thanked the meeting for the very groat honor they had coutei red upon him by louder iin; Jiim tliis nouina'i n. lie should cousider U n- an expres-ioii of theirnppioval ol his previous course aud of their confidence in that honesty of purpose aul earliest desuo lor iiie public good by which he had sought to merit their approba tion iu bis previous care 'i'. He hoo -d .-Wit to be actuated ny uu imsm-min: tidelit v to tho-e jriiiciplca v-hicti his putty had so triumphantly Mi-Mieated in tin- pasi. It be should be sucecss I u I IU tin- ci'litckt he sboiifl simrc i.o el'ui t It) do hiswho'e duty to hi" con I iir.eu'.s, an 1 tj sirve tvilu hi. hist abdittcs th.) grand old party to which they all o.ved allegiance Loud ( heei int. In c lie i ii ion lie suited hn profound conviction that they sb.iuld emerje vkf r.ously lrom Ihis coutt si.'iiihi w.uiid no tonvavtl with ri'iievwd en c lv v to the re-cue of our c .niniioii cnun'ry troin the hau-l of the in'-iriba: dema gout;s who now, lor a biiet period, held the I j, elm ol poer. j "The iiiectiurr adjourned with rousing cheers for t lie speaker and ior the rcpubl j: tat it; party." , invariably i.fer n iid'.iitr tin- report of his ' FTfcpfti the Hon. vould i'sk n.y triend tbo reporter, whenfvi r Iin savy him, to take a cigar. i llow easy it was to .vtiie a nice item about a tail ! "isotw itlibtaii lintr the inclemency of the weutlitr the vit'.iiries ot Tefp-udiore assembled la teveiiii t' in full lovce at independence Hall J to enjoy the le.-tivitns ot the forty-l'oiiitli kuiiI j Tersary ol the Uuilginft (iuarns. The uuisie, I which was lurni-'od by (Jidios's I'and, was i e.ei lli'i.t , the itrrsiiL'eiiu uts of the Committee i per tct, ami every thiuir passed oil' iu the plea mntesi manner. Tiie company continued to tup the Mitut tantasiic toe' until too 'wee sma' holilS a . UUt lliB lull' HU.I ulit.ii mir r.i.i.rl.ir leli ( h , was a bold stroke ol timcy) 'mirth and tmi grew in-t mm furious,' aud the enjoyment Lsi- itai bed its beprbt." This ot course could have been extended to 1...1I . .ill-.,,,n 1 . .. : .. . ... ... j niiii uvvmiuu v u utnvi iptlVU 01 ttn; KfltbiC rendition of the wrntlirr, by some complimeu-tn- snrl historical remark -i about the leillirine i nards (tor he knew all about them), antl hy a t cBcripiion ol the scene In the ball-room, aud tl the dancing, the supper, and Hie raus.c. In an artiula entitled "Two Artists in Comedy," Mr. L. Clarke Davis thus describes tbe first fttccess of Miss Mtggie Mitchell: In 18C0 there was a gentleman In Kt. Louis i a-ned Auk. Wnldacr, leading the orcliestra at the theatre, and ch.et promoter and conduct r of all the musical festivals in thai Cierm iuic rlty. He had been libcrallytd.ieaied inoneof the b-st .of the Ci-rir.au universities, au l bis mind was tin ply imbued with tbe spirit of the dintna and the music of ids native couutry. He sat on his pctcli in the orchestra niiiht aitcr nipht, water ing the vivacious little actr ss, fanoyin;: there was more in her than the kne; that sho was capable of better thinus than sho had tnus ftr fhOKti. lie said nothinsf to her ortoonyone about bis faucy, but weut ho.ue one niiUt re tolvint: to make the little lady's fortune, and to wri'e her tiame amone the real stars in the dramatic tky. He workrdvery bard and earnestly at lii sr If-app 'intcd ta-k, and wss kept pretty busy between his niortilm: and eveu'mg duties at ttre fnca'.re and hia tnusical societies. Wbeu she appcure l in su. Louis in the May of 1861, bit work was iIoup. Ho a-ked permission to read a new play to her, It was rend mid ap preyed. It win culled tanchun, (tie Vrickf, mid was a translation from a Uermnn play, which, in turn, was u dramutizaMon irom (icorse Bnnds' fnrrous idyl of the loves au l trials of justic lovers. IiiuiLg that same encasement the pluy was put iu reLcitral uud produced, the aulbor an ticipating his own aud ihearti-t's tutare sue 'ess from his stool in the orchestra. But, on ths very might nt its production, Camp Jackson was taxen by Lyon, and there was -ome ugly tieh'inj oing on iii the streets of Sit. Louis. Two Ger man regiments, finding themselves sorely pnssed, turned and tired upon their tormentors, and them v. as weeping that night, and lor niaoy lii'-'hts after, over dead and n aiu?ied tons aud lathers. The fictitious grief of "Fanchoie' had to yield in interest to the real sorrows rifo in there Missouri homes. The rcal'diei of lite hvi suddenly become too serious to P'.rinlt public attention to be devoted to the st icte. Star and n.ftr.auer struggled bravely on, uclir.x to empty houses ftr a tew ni.'his more, and then suc cumbed to the universal neglect, aud the theatre closed. Nevertheless, the play was a good one, and so thoi ght author, st.ir, and manager. Wiien the th' atre closwd, the author became a sol her, and wou a captain's commission under Fremont; the inaueger paced the since of his dark old soell of a house, miuily surveyisjx the tawdry s-'cnTy. the draped chandeliers anil upholstery, aDd sighed for the "piping ti.net of peace;" ami R1.hr gie Mitchell, leil once mote to strusjtrlo witu for taiiC. vvacdered awy tlirouah the West attain, carrj ing tin: ui'Hiti-ciapt ol FaucKon with her. and to not too fastidious audiei:i-e played tbe new i at", 'herebv e-lowiv growiut: to urea'.ne-s. On the ytb of .lin e, ti, elaugia Mitenell was in t-tv Yoik, le ew of Laura Kecne's 1'Ptlo tla-it'rj i n ItioaJtv.iy, which, slit: h.ol especially tto'aced for the pto.luc'ion other u-w pl-iy. KviOeutly it was not held in iiiucu e timaMoii t. ior iu Cue is-uf ot that mommy: the Tribune went out ol its way to time a tneer' at k. jjut tne iii xt n'Ornins the 'Jnbttnc told a diiferent s'.oiy; ior the play had bxui oroduced, au 1 tue joiuur actri 88 had startled the otitic? by the almost miraculous power the displayed iu the chttiucttr of f archuu a power bc.oro uieleyc lopid, uusa-pecird by fitht.i' hirselt orauy otiier peiton, excepting Aug. vVatd.uier, rnunieiau and toluier. When Mneeie Mi(ch"ll walkcl off fbo staje of 1 aura Keeiie's litilc theatre that bciutitul sun: iiU i's uigbt, she know sue v, as bouous add that her forinie was secure. In the same article is given tho following bktrtch of MidG Miry Gauuon: Her nature was as wide as tbo air, beautiful, Generous and stiong; full of those debc tto eu sibiliiios which permitted her to dissolve iu ten demons, to be erentle, crave or hoydenish, to fly iroiu tne niatltest burles'tiiiti to piofouii'les't, d. p.hs of pa-sion. She wrapued her soul in "nieusui' loss content," was w itty, strong, weak, stupiu, or pa-sioiiaic, crave or lender, all in n moment, hue could express, as no other actress could, nil shades aDd moods of p:u-iou; she could do so bemuse they were iu brr heart, and weie us real ami tangible to her as the revol ving years that made up ber sum of lite, bhe had ienrned all decrees of tecum: in her husbunu's and her children love she had fell all sorrows and the esteut of mortal sutlering in their early death, In her prolonged and beautiful widow hooti she hud known the stings ol poverty, and had only learned pity ani charity trom thorn; the thai ma and graces of society were her daily companions, teat hint; her those refinements which adorned her life aud made more potent her art. Thure was nothing weird or startling In bcr itctiuir; she did not lilt the soul higher than nature, but gave the true and periect type of all that was pm e and womauly. t he spoke only in the true language of nuiuru and passiou, and as her most brilliant triumphs were r.chieved without ctfort the applause attendant upon them was never tumultuous. It began iu a lo7 murmur of laughter, or folic wed the utter silence ot tears, t-he touched no vulvar springs to elicit the loud thout or evoke the whirlwind of coainiendation. To the Inst she was sublimely uuconsctous ol tae 'golden riijol that bound her brows with il;" lroui first to last, a wondrous simplicity pos sessed and enuobted her Lie. One wbo knew ber well baa laid this passing tribute ou her new-made grave. "Her whole private life was j a-std in doiug good to others, and her whole public life in eoutiibuliujj to the ainuscment of everybody.'' Mr. Lester Wnlhick, a great artist himsslf, and whose dramatic career was eolemporary with Miss Gannon's, in writing of his friend, says of her: "I shall not in nay time 'look upon ber like ntrain.' bh bas lelt a void that Gannct bo com pletely filled. Her apocarancp on the staj;e was ulways (aside from the hearty applause which Elected her) marked by a low murmur of de liL;ht nmoii her audience, as it they were con gruHilating one another on the certainty of a bliaht and plea-ant eveuiug. "It is my opinion, as it was that of my father and other experienced artists, that shu was by tar the most accomplished actress in America. Her acting lu the higher walks of comedy was marked by a perfection of finish aud cac that no oi her lady in list could approach. "In private life she pnsses-ed the rare faculty of com. t iling ihe regard and ailection of aii about her; sho was generous and charitable to a fault." Mr. Wallaek further says: "I tb'nk Miss Gannon's best r eifonnanccs were 'Sophia,' iu 'Jin Hun J to Hum; 'lles'er,' in Tu Many or Aol To Marry; 'Miss Hanleasile,' in 67e N oops to Ccikiui r; 'tj'ei li tide.' in tho L:tue 2r wurc; and 'Flora.' in The 1'onln: Tlie.-e were l.er best imp! r-oiiations, I thiiik;' but vvh"re all was so exquisite, it i difficult to iudica'.e purticilar puns t-ho excelled lu all." That is thij tribute ol one preat artist ol the drama to auother. Fiom an article entitled "Three Weeks at Kifsingeu," ly Abner W. Colgate, wo extract tbe following: I lia l uliuudunt opportunity, diirim' the l ing days that 1 spent under the trees at Kts.-iniei), U draw compari-ous between Geruun and A rio iirun water ng-places, Tery inutrh, it must be ronlesst d, ut tbe cxpen-e ot the latter. Our countrymen know how to systematize labor, but they cannot (.ystemotize pleasure as it is done on the coutinwnt. At none of our summer K .-orts it there any aiTuug. ment to bring all the guests periodically loaeiher, I hero is simply ou aguloumieiatiou of hotels, each of which has its own piazza and parlor, its own music, unci keep its own hours, aud each landlord is as anxious to cripple ' his rivals as to swell bis own lvceip's. in a word, there is no social cenire, no Kurtiarlen, wLti the ail rae tio ns of well-kept ground.', cool artades, auti pleuiy of eat under tho trees, ks well us music at stated hours, keep p. op!e out m theopsn air, and kesp tlieni together. At a (leniian f-priug, everybody is sure to see every body else at least twice a day on tho promenade, and as you are out of doors al no"t Irom morn ing till incut, you do not cam, and scarcely kuow, wlether your fiuuus are ut tUv tue hotel with yourself or not. In facl. the hotels lire little more loan dormitories, and evea at linni r-tinie you are quit" as likely to 60 to anotticr 'afVe d' hole as to your own. The healthful custom ol bn aklastine out of doors Is too littiu known in American watermt places. I shall not soon (orct the shaJy little garden back ol the. Hotel do Hussie, where, every fine morning, we lingered ov"' our bread and cofiee ambrosia and nce.tar it teemed, after our two hours' walk aud tho appetizing Hnko2.y. It was a long time niter leavintr Klsslngen btdore I could eat anything but bread aud coffee for brcak'aM, or reconcile myself to going indoors lor It. What a contrast to the way we begin the day at Snratoga the great nony dinlii"-room, the ercasy didies, nnd the 0 es lhat t hone .so brightly at the protracted dance ot the previous nhr'ht looking so sudeii nii'l sleepy across the table. The ny itne at Kissingcti has doubtless bfa carefully studied by the authorities. Th"y eecni to have'hit upon 1he iircclsc proport!on between food, exurcice, and sleep, society, solitude, and amusement that make up a hcalfhtul and enjoy able existence. Order reiuns Fitpreme. There is a tlni" and place for everything. Even my doctor had a particular tree under which ha always ttood t'urit.e ibe morning promenade, that be mlstit be readily found bv any ot his patients thst required ndvlco. Tho hotels ad adapt their tables to the diet prescribed by the medical stalf. Smokers (think of it! in tobucco-lovine (ier nianyj ere contlued to the three outer alleys ot the knrgnrten. A (irndarme. in his spinnch colored uniform, is now and then met with, but 1 i ever saw an occasion that required even a reprimand troni one of them. SEWING MACHINES. IS GREAT A;iltlI AN COMBINATION VU1T0X-H0LE OVEKSEAMUiU AND SEWING MACHINE, Its nomlcrrul ropularify Coiiclusivc l'rool of its Great Merit. Tbo lnnrep.se In the demand for this valunble Mr.tlilne lias been TKNl-OI.D during the last neve a mouths of H l!rst ye-vr before the public. 'J bin Kranrt and Biirprlelng success Is anpipcetlonted In iliehisiory ol .Sewing Mfcchlntyj, aud w efei-liully warranted lu claiming that IX IVAN NO ECtFAli, Eelnpr HliHelutely tbe best FAMILY MACHINE IN THE WORLD, Anit int-Iii'ilcally tho cheapest for It Is really tiro Muc'e.iees nombiiK'd lu oue. Hotil ai t he Is. V. Cor. or ELUYEXTIi t'lSL'SMJT, PII lb A Di'LP ,T I A. 3 StMtiuli'. LEGAL NOTICES. TX TIIK DIST1UCT COl'KT OF TUB CXITKD J. s.Ta i l b iou KAftl'ElOl JJlol'lilcl" Oi!' 1'S oVIjVAIxIA. IN BAN KItUPTO V, The unde. al?iit 'J beit-iiy wives wake of his apno'nt 11 ( tit i.s As!nee of sAMUtlu K. AH-15!-, of Mio cli "nil eeimiy ef Pl.tiiitii-lph a Binl Si i e of f'eimsyl v.ela. wii Inn sata District who lias heen attjailHe'U a ilanlitupt iii.cu btr. own net It ton. LS.W16 WALN SMITIt. s inn ee, No. 6-2!) WALN t'T S- ret. To Creditors of said Bankrupt. 7 13 th3t TX TIIE DIiTIUCT COUliT t)F TUB UNITP 0 1 8T VI Its; tOK 'l-UK JAUl'i'.KN Dlal'lULY Otf J'KysYl,Vi N I A . In llr.ukruptcv, m I'lilladelubti, June .10, lscs. 'l'tit- uniieiMlifTiutt iit-retiy iOvpr notlee ot niti uinInt- inent as AS'.luiico ol CIlAltlKS 'I'. tSK'htK ol Hilut (It lebla. In tho county ot i'eiiRilelpiilft hutl stute of Peiinsv lvniiiit, n lilnii sunl fil-iricl. who has bt'"ii lut juih;etl a llnnkrupi, until lilsowu iieliltuu, by lbelis trie. Court ol Nbld DlHlr.tl. lu ll-u Ci editors ot said J'.raiknipt. tl. 11 W'4P,P.tNMi:H. 7 1C tlur. No. ?S N. BKViSTi I .St.. Phi ana. T N THE COURT OK COMMON PLK.S FOIt .L Till-. CJ'l Ajl-Ji CCiUNTV UI)' I'H Il.-Vil Ki,PK IA. Je the mutter ol the AsiUKieil Ksiute ot JlAKVKY Ss. t-oiJI.l. H'ul l- KAsilUS KfiLLY, IruUiut us tUIH-l.L A: KKi.I.V. The AiHlhoi niipobitetl hy the Court to nil. lit, settlo, nrui unjust the account of HK.NJ AM IN ii. TKitPLK, Atfiigiit't' of shiu iODKl.t. t KKIjLY, and to icp.'U distribution ol ll.u baluiiee iu the hands of the iieCotiDtunt, w II I meet the purttes inlerested lor the puipofe of fls iippoliitaieiit, ou TUi'.-ifJAY. July 2.-. A. U. 1st!, ut 11 o'tloek A. HI., at his oilit:u, No. 40S WALM'T S treet, In the eiiy ot Phliitilelulilii. 7 J7 liowbl VJLI.IAM D. IlAKKK.Autlltor. INSTRUCTION. gTVEN8DALB INSTITUTE. iOAKDING ISCHOOIj FUB YOTJNQ LADIES. Ternib Beard, Tuition, etc, per scholastic year, f SCO NO EXTRAS, Circulars at Messrs. Fairbanks & Kwlng's, No. 711 CHJ25NUT fitreet; also at Messrs. T. B. Peterson A Brothers', No. S06 CHESNUT Street, Address, pereonally or by note, K FOaiKU BBOWNE, PrlncIpcU. 10 S ntmU ?a Am boy. N. J. FLRN1SHING GOODS, SHIRTSO M. 6. Km C. Harria' Seamlosa Kid Glovec, GYKItT IPAIIt WABKANTBD. BXCLTJSIVB AGENTS FOtt GKNT8' GLOVUH, J. w. ccott a CO.R ITJrp r.O.&l C liEStVVT WTIIKL-T. U " " " " " 1 m i mm PATENT II O IT L D E R-SE Mi Nllllil BIANtrACXOHT, ANrjtKTLiK3ir.VsrCKN2N?lINeTOU1 n.nvKVT riTTiNG Huinra ap-'d dra iw BDadeOotii meLirenient t very abort nnUca. All o-her an.'. !e ol iaitN J LEMii-N'd Dj&gXs fc-xiJ.);-i lu tali yaneiy. Uil Wo. 7iKS C'H liHNOT Btrrt GnOCERIES, ETC. rjJ-0 FAMILIES KKSIDIJNa IN TLtli RURAL CISTItlCTU Wi) mo nreparsd, as hnretotoie, to supply fanillli.". at their ciai'ttr resiil"iic"s with every clriMeripttjn o Yll,E GKOCEiULS, TliAS, ETC., Ai.iil t.T 4'. At4aili.UTMj Dealer in i'lue Groceries, Jt7;rp fornor ELiCVKNl'lI aud VINKcita. MllLINERY. iHRC. Um D I L f. C Pi Tl ..-.-1 KM. 8t8 AMD iiiii Mt'TU NTatJiliiV Eh lure ae?oituient of KILLINEHY. Ladles', Hisses', aud Children's Bilk:, Velvet, felt, Biraw aud Fanty Bonnota una HMn ol tho L.tesl I styleo. Also, b'lliB, Vulvels, Uihhons, Ois.ue . Allien, ifxowt'ru, tramee, eio., wnoieuie na ret al L i bJ GAS FIXTURES. J A 8 FIXTURE 8, jt WI&KKY, iiJI KMLI, d: 'I ii AClvAKA, No. VIS CUWiMii Hit, tunufactnrera of (las l liiuren, ltunxi, etc,, eto. would tall 'he mientu-u of the public to their turije ui elt-si.nl asHoitnii-iK ot Uut Chuiidellurs, 1'ei.Juui. Briu kels, etc. They aim. pitrothiea Ktw-plpos lulo dwelllncs aud public bulldliiK4, aud attiMX to extend Iiik, altub.g.aud repalrtu( gus plyus, iii wtirk wwraiited. U U DRUGS, PAINTS, ETC. JOliEllT K) l OK MAKER, ti CO, y. L'. Corner of FOUKTM and lLVL'E NtM PHILADELPHIA, WHOLESALE DRUCCIBTS. IMI'ORlltUS ANIJ SIANUEAClUKiats OF lYIiilc Lend and Colored rainfjsf Tutly, Tamislics, Etc. AOFNTS FOU TtTK C FXEF.RATF.D FRENCH ZLC PAINTS. DEALEKH AND CON'UMERsi tiUPPLlKn LOWEKT PKICEB FOR CASH. SK-t SHIPPING. IPOlt JiOSTOX VIA NKWi'OItT AND KALL X' R1VEK. Tbe IMJb'l ON and NEWPORT I.l N Ft. h theFi.lrii. d'tl and superior siemuers NEVVHOltT, MK'lltU l'OI.lst, Old) ttir.ONV.Ril1 EMflltsJ STAIK. ut great strength anil speed. coDR'rueted expreit!" ior the navittttion of I.eni? flinl Hutind, runnhii; ii rennetlien with the OLD COLONY AND ,MEtV i'Oll'l HA 1 1.KOA D. Leave 1'IEJt 28, NORTH RIVER, foot of MCIi R A V wreet. The sunnier NKWI'OUT, Citpinlii Ttriiwn U-Rvea Monday, WtUuesiIa, aud Erluuy.at 4 V. M., Pvuiliug at Newport. 'Ihe sleatrer OLD COLONY. C'aptnln Hlinmons, ft uves Tueatlay, '1 huruday, aud HuturUay, at 4 I', At., lartllug at Newport. These ateatners are MMe1 op utth com., n tlotis stafe-roonis wnler-titht compartini'iils, ami every arrauxemeut tor the securi 'y ami t tuiifoi t ol H--en- 10 rs, who are atltirtletl by this route a nlirht's rest on Liinrtl, aul on arrival al NEWtoRT prueoert per mil. road n(tMu, reacbliig Boston early on the following meriting. A haiiKBce master Is attached to each steamer, who receive ai.d t'ckt ts the he.u.iiHH, and aec tnipuuli i the seme to lis tte.-linailon. A steunii-r runs In connection with this Hue between Nh.Vl'oKT and PROVIDENCE dully, &uni1aya e. cep etl. Ereik ht to Boston !b taken at the same raion as hy any other regular line, and furwar.ied with the ure'it esi expedition by au expre-s train, which leaves NEW POUT every niornli k (shuulnys excepted), it 7 o'clock. Inr lloHtoii and New Bedlurd, arriving at us dwtliuitlon about 11 A. M. Eer Irelirht or ransat'e, apply on bosrd, or at the 011 ice, on l'l EH ?s, MJlt'l li RIVER. For s'ate.i mmii and herthP apply on boaril, or li tl Is denln.ble to oi cure ihem In wlvance, Ji'piyt r .. . E. i.t t TfjF.HKLD, Auetit, 8g Ko. 72 BKOApw A V . New York. OAFKTY. SPEKP, AND COMKOKT. O KUll T II E R REDUCTION IN PAvAUa if At it. Favorite pnsaenKer steamers of tbo ANCHOR LINK Nail everv "-ATI' UliA Y with pas enueis lor LlVEttl'I'Ol.. OLA-.UOVV, AND DEUKY, I roiu Pier No 2 N'orih River. Rates ui pafl.-Hfie ia able lu ouri etiey. To Liverpool, ulai gow, and Derry, cabins m and ITS, BCt'ordliix to liicullon. Excursion tickets, Rood lor twelve months, tit). Intermediate. JV; biteer-te f-j, Prepaid t-eitihCHtes l-om Ihese ports. Pns-eiiK' is biiiikeil lo uiitf ir.nn lliiiuinirg, Rotter dam, An'werp. Havre, etc.. at verv low rel- s Kor iiirtber Inlormatlim nppiy at the Cuj.iiy's C'lUce, No. 8 .BOWLING 01' EN. V'W Yit'i. II l-.N IH U t'N Bit" I H'-:U-. 1 o avntd Impetiltloii, pasNeuct-r-i will please c .'. direct to tlie' otlice, as this Couipsuy tloifl uut on runrern, ti''it T OXDOX AND XLW YoKK STa"AJI.lIll' JLJ mm, I'as'nirR to London tllrect,; !"i,7r.. and J in eurre iey Exeuraiuu tie-ketj ut reduced rates ayaha'.ie fer f. ClOlilllS. A l AI.ANTA, 14 1- l.f.ON A. CKI.La. W l. 1'KNN. Fit'luht w ib ho teken find tbiopf!h bills of Islleij riven lo Havre, Aulwerp, Rolieru am, Aiuatenluui anil l'unkirK, l-orp-ssaiie apply to ROBKRT N CLARfC.Ni), 2G BHOADVVA Y, New Vork. lor freight ani'lv at No. 5t SOUTH street, tJ. Y. J2ttl DOV LAND A- AiSI'INWAI.L. AlitH. TSuNAHD LlXli OF EXTRA 5TEAMELCV J DEI WEEN NEW YORK A N U Li V M.HPOOL, CA1L1NG AT QCEKN'SIOVVN. FROM NEW YOKKEVKKV W KON ESDAY. TRIPOLI. ALKPi'O. RATES OF PAbttAG kt: Cabin S(iGald. 6tcerKe fi Curreuey. Meenitie ilcktls Irom Livarpool or Qunmstow at lewest lates. For freight and Cabin Pas.age, apply at No. 4 Bowllnir Orf-en, Ior bteerage PasBnge, apply at Mo. f Broad wr-.v. 2 2t i;- et'i.-itU'. o NLY DIUKCT LltXII TO FJiAXCE. THE O EVER A L TRANMATL A NTIO C'llltl'iNT'S D1A1L bTK&ai!?Hll'.S BKl'W NEW-YUtlti AND HAVRE, CAT LING AT iiiE!'. Hie splendid new vessels ou this favorite rout" for the Coutiueut will sail from Pier No, W NOiVl'it Liver:- N A l-OI.KON r.eionrle 1'h It Kill K ..Hiifiiusuu VIL1.E DE PARIS niiriuoiit fcT. LAURENT B-jcuude PRICK OF PASSAGE IN tsOLD (Including wlae), TO JiKEsT Oil HAV..K. First Cabin, fust or Hn; Sevuud Calila,'$t. TO PAItb-S, including Railway Tickets, furnished on board, Elrst Cabin, Jl(i5 or $i4i; Siecond Cabin, $. Jin si ttuiiiu i s do nut can y tl' i rage jHusnaucrs. Medical uttendauce free of ch-rge. American travelers going to or re.uralai; fromttie Continent of Europe, by taking tbe m earners oi lli.s line, avoid uinieci-ssaiy risks from truosit hy Eugli-U railways and crossing the cbauuel, beaidas suviag time, trouble, aud tip. use. GEO. MAC IN. IE. Ar.at, 2 26 t No. It BHOADyVAY. LIVtKPOOL AND GRLAT WESIEUS STiTaJI COM PAN 1 . 1 he following FIRST-CLASS IRON STEAMSHIP, built expressly for the New Y'ork trade, ara Intended to sail reguluily between NEW YORK aud LIVLJV POOL, tailing at UUEENblOWN, vl. : MANHATTAN, MINNESOTA, COLORADO, ' NEBRASKA, with other lirsi-class steamers building. From Pier No. 37 East River. Cabin (the accommodations being equal ta any At lantic Bteainer), t-e, gold; return tickets, l0,guld; la Btersg, J26, currency. 'J'n lieis to bring out passengers from Europe can be obtained on reasonable terms. F'or freight or pm aage apply to W I LLI AM8 .t OCION. No. 71 WALL (street. For steernue passage to 1 1 it f WILLIAMH & GUION.No. 29 BROADWAY. PROPOSALS. 1 MPfiOVEMKNT OK OGDEXSUURU HAU- X BOH, NEW YORa. Sealed Pr-posais lu dupllcile, will be received at this ollice until 12 AI.. MUN HAY , Augunt lu, 1HSS. fjr deepening by drerigliig the harbor ol Ok'I(-i) .li.ir '. New Yoik Be as to give twelve trot of waier ai tuu low c.it stBge, In the following pluces, viz.: Section 1. on tbe outer bar an oss tbe channl Into Ihe upper harbor, northeasterly from the lighthouse, w here uii. -ui lA,ui cubic yard of hurd .aud ts oall matetl to retiiiire removal. hecilnn Jl. 1'eiwteu the bridge, the terry wharf and the Ruuie Railroad depot, where, R Is estl u at d, l out 2s,t:ui cubic yuros ot very hard "hnl pan," wili. gravel and small boulders, must bo taken tul. All the material (which frill be messured In the sen us) must be humped at least halt a mile nelow thu outer bar. lu deep waier, at a point io be luarKed. T he work uitist be commenced as hooo a. p.tv.ime, antl no later Ihun fcepl. 15 In,-, eon' inuetl as loi g as I oiii.ihte this teubou, aud cuuipleted by ihenuiU ol Nu veinher. lml ltultlers must propose fur each bpciIoii separately, ar t! separate contracts will be uiutle fur each. l'.u a riiimi he made upon primed hlsiiks. which ervn be precuri'tl at this i nice he similar written ones), which must be- properly 111 led up aud signed as liell eiiti il. Ad the Information p sse-sett at oils eitlce w 11) he given lo bidders, fcuf nil winltl'in la cunt rart mv I'tiritruturlu r(i.v(rtf iO(joiihi tit iti ii.'eo'; Inwe i.itOiiy intitii lids. C. E. Ul.l'ls T, l.n ui.-i tu. engineers anu nrovel-col. U. . A F. S. MIINKSK Ol KICK, 1 Onmiu, N. Y July 14. lsfis. 7 ID 2flt ITLER, WEAVER ft C0., MANDFACl URKnti OP MANILLA AKD TARRED CORDAQE, CORDS TWIWlitf, ETC., STo. 23 North WATER Ktreet. and No. 22 Ncrlh PH AWARE Avonti'3. JeHiLA oKLteniA. KDWIN H, FlTLKK, MKHAKL W WAV PS, Con bad F. Clothocb V 14 WCODLAKIH-"CEMETEHY COM PANT. T he following Managers aud OdiUvij have hteli eietted li r the year lsi.s: ELI K. PRICE, President. Wm. H. llooia, I Win W hteen, huiuuel S. Muuu, I Ferdinand J. oreer, Hi lus Eallt tl, I Cieerge L Binsby. Et-WinOiebli., I I- A. Knlg'-t. t-ecretai y anil Treasarer-JO- B. roWNSCNn. The Managers have passed a rendu hot '''I"','1" boih Loiholth rs and VlUlors to reat tickets at tli j eiilranoe lo' dinitmou lo lb teiuetery. I k-n n.ev be bad al tb .fllce nf ihe Cmpauy , N J 3 A HI 11 Htreet, or of any ol Hie Managers. ; it TTMTICJ) STATES UK VENUE STAMPS. IJ frincliial Depot. No. iM ell ht-sUT shreet. 1 uutral Depot, No. Kw Soulh FIFTH Street, oue doui v below Cheeaul, ktahlltii-d lst. . Beveuue burn p. of every deacrlpUou oouaiaullyoi band In any amount. Otrfvri) by or JUpiuoj orompUw aUended u. SHIPPING. 'CX",-?,Mi.AM TO LI V Kit POOL, CALLLUQ- mZ-J-. Al UCKliNoTOWN. ii.elnniBh I Ine, under eon tract with the United, states and British l-tvei UD'titta, for carrj lug tbjq Alalia. U IY OF ANTWERP Saturday, Jn'y M CITY OH N K.W OKif (Via Halifax ) T'lienilay, Jnly M CITY OF PA III ....Satrtlav, Augnat I CI'IV UK Lt'M'ON Saturday, August I CITY OF wash iNO'N(vla Hall lax) Tuend'y.Ang. li I IT Y OH" HA) I IMORK Saturday Angatilf HTY OK lws'i on saiuroay, Augual ti and e ch auciFedluK Saturday and alternate Monday, at noon, f rum l'ler No. is N OUT 1 1 H- vr. Hates or p.smko ivthe Mall Hteamer BAILINQ EVfJi H.vl t'KUAY: 3'ayuuie lu Gold. parable In Currency, F.rst Cabu tiao Stcirugo. pt ' lo London th; to Li.ndou....M 4 " to Paris.... 1 in to Paris I'a-iBi.tr hv tne Monday st' aniera: Oanui, ii0, goldj Ptrerni.4-, . eurreney. Knli-a ol pa. BH-e frutu Nev Vork to Haiiiix Cabin, Mt"rag. 110, lu g.ild. Pa sengcra also forwitrdsd to llHTr", Hamburg, itra n.en, eic, at nietWate rrt a. SieeiaKe pH,ne tioia Liverpool or Quei i.slown, .1 cttrrenty. Tl. Ki"it can he biuii,"t t.pra ii. pt-rtons aelitting ior their ft-ifmlij. Fi r luitber information, apply at the Cenipany'a Hfl tee. JiiHN il. DALE, Acmit, No. ir, liltOADWAY, New Ynrli, O'D .'tsNEi.L .v I'Al f.K, Manaeer-, Or, n 9i No. 411 CHKSNCI' Street, Pbifa 2tkkt. co m pan y. v Villous U Llat to California via kaaitrvA ltalliciad. NEW Alt iANeiKMKNT. tailing from New Yo. 1. ott te pth and Wh of E EH i ?l o.N 1'i.i. or ihe C.j htlore wnen in caudate lal' on sutiuav, P ant.se lower tha? by any other line, ior InloruiKttou a.t-in n. 1). N. t'A ItTIVOTON, Agent, Pier No. 4 Notil il imvfu swYoiI, t'.- I'l.JHAs K SKlAKLE, No. !t!7 WALN C 1' Mi-eet, rnihuleh.hla l'o. W. 1X.W Etl Pi. l-reitlen. i HAS. DANA, Vice-Pr. Olllcr-M i. -(-haxu.; pi,.,. . .N, York, S 8 iha jff r... P.,;!. to ami ruoii uas.iT )lt I i , I N AM. i K s., 4 m BY o IE.VM-T! 1 1 r N 1) Si iji.M JACK AT. AT KK1-I c-.P ha I F.-S DRAFTS A VAI I. A I I I-; TliH.ILiltlOUT EXflk LAN I ', I It ELAN 1). .-I Oi W.VD, AND WALKd. Ior pun. eiihirs apply to Ta I'-CO t'T.-. nisei ( Tl B!W . OO., No. EH SOI.ITD blr '-. un.l N.. V.l I'.tlOAi V y, Or to I 'K M -. s T. BF, MU E. . 1 1 N ?P W A LN'tT -ilroet. jV-t', MV EXPUKSS LIM: T0ALI.X v-kJ...-!S undr a. Oiuritet.iwu, una Wieliuu-ton D i., viu cht-sxiifakt ai.'.i Delaware Ca .a'. wiUi cua tKtiitms at Aiexiui.lna Iruia Um luest d'rtvl route lor L nchi.uri,', tristoi, Hn.-xvillo, Nashville, DhIuiu e.iu. i h- Stuihw 'Mi. sieiirners leave leguiA' ly pvpry Saturday at noon from ti e h:M lari a vi Al urnet slieet. ie'lhliccelved dfctiy. WM. P. CLYLK S CO., , H .''Hi and Htuili Waarves, J. B. PA VTT'SON, Afe'itt ut torgetoii. i- Ei.DKlUOii. & Co., Agocls at Alciardrla, Vfts. gh la. . 1 nsii 1 1 c -La V . P.E A M Kf 1 At- i .'ANAL. -l'KK.- M l'.i Al tit.AT I -Cjjii' V NY. Thi'Sie.tiii Propellers i,r tbi.-, line leave DAILY frpru fir-, v. li! l t .-io i.larKet sLiet ". THKOIull 1.-, n Hul.ltS. I. Otitis forwi.nh d by all ti,.- iu.eH going Out of Sett Y' ll.. N.i.h. Easi.aiiu o - I. In e i i conihun.iJU. f n:i lils ii i t ivnl in uur u . i ; -1 lew r..tts, Wlf.LJAtii f. 4 . lit-, it. t i).. Agents, r . r , 14 AJi'' ts. I'bl.itueiphhi. JAIirs HAM;, Ageu:. , f " I n V. A LJ. s'lt-e. ei.rner of South, New York," piiTi. M).-it,i'uiA, iucimoN u iA9Jt,.;;.. AND NOUt-ouK MtAM.-ilil' LINE, liijotiOit Khit; it T ah. Line to TUK toi ill AND Wl-'SI. EVI-.UY SMT.'P.UAY, Atroeu. from 1TRMT VVUAhF ab'jve MARKjCT tsti. et. T tlHOTtiK It vriiS Slid HI ItOL'OTr PECKIPTS to i ll pom 'r i:i North r.u-i Sou h Carolina, via c-etv boaru A Ir Line Hai.ro id, coii' ec.lni; al 1'orifououlU i.nO to f ynrr-hiirij, a .T'i iiiu-sii. e. ai.d the West, via ' Yirii't.iii tool Tennessee Air Lfae Bud Hlcinjond aud Dmivitle Kiilireiu. l'r.lhi HANDLER UCT O-'CK, and n.ken at l.O WEKH -T6i THAN AN Y OTH Kit 1 .IN A3. T be rehiip.ritv sa fei y , aoil olieapiie.s ol ll.u route C iiueeMI it lo Dim i noli.- Mh t.ie ii.osi, t'eiii ible me ill il m lor cm' 'fyii.g eveiy desertpilcn ol freii;iit.. No charge tur commisshm, drajato- or any exiiousQ ol I rai.sier. r'.lcHinsh'.ps Insured at loweat rat en. I rttfcut le-oelveu dully. WILLIAM P. CLYD75 t CO., No. 11 Norm and Siueli NV'H AUVES. W. P. POllTLIt, Agent al Klohuioud and City Vdliif. T. P t TtOW ELL A. CO.. Agents at Nor f . 1 k. 81 w ...tfT FOU N EV l'OUK SW1 l'TC'113 ail an iVl TrtinortHiin Company Deputes ii o ,-vii.l sure Lines, via Delaware and Karlluai Canal, on uud alter ine 15ih ot Mercti, leaving dally at Vj. 1 . Knit is e. M tonneclug with all Norilu-ra aud EHinn l.uf i, For truivht, which will he taken on aeoomtnodatlng terms, I'.ppiy 10 WII.f.lA vl V. UA lit I) it CO., 1 H No. l.W . DELAWARE Avenue, , LOHILLAUO'S 0U1SIDK LJKS. WteA-'SZi, , 4011 iNJiw VORK. tie. !..! nr.iieei iu.v ijn t' HKlUfI T.S. Goods oy well hi. (0 ceuis ier Ion lbs . gross. r'ea.snreuuiht goods, 4 eeuo: per cub.e loot. Freights recelvid at all limes, una liisurauco guar at lted at tbrep-elgliihs per cent. For further wful-uiauon, app.y to , JOHN F. OIIL, '2 Her 19 North Whtirvn STEAMBOAT LINES. cristol Lirn; UJLI'ACCi ULYf YCiJK AM) UOSION', VIA BKISjfQL. For PHOVII;EKCE,TaUN I ON. NEW BEDFORD ( Al'K t UO. hjii ail points of railway cou,iuuulCBj Lion. East aud NorUi. The ne' and apiendlti steamers RrtTHTOL and FJKOVIDENC E, leave Pier Wo. 4u NOlt'l H ItlVER, fool of tanni sheet, adjoining D.-braises Street Ferry, New York, at S P. JVC. ul! . -.uiiduys excepteit, coa netllrig w Hh steamboat train ai Bristol at 4 3. A. Af ., arriving lu Bostou at tl A. At in time tocotiueot tvlt.lt all the u.oruiug iiainu irum that coy The most de airaolo mid pie vant rou e lo tne Wbf'n Monui.alii Travel-lis lo, tuat poltil can mike direct onueo Hols by wa of provulenco and Woice-ler or Huston. siate rooms aii! Ticked ueeu.ed at ollice on pier la New i vtk. 6 1 Bm ir. O. uraona Oeeeral '4wzot. jf,'. F O It CAP E M A Y. S5?lSiS5.i' On TUESDAYS. THURSDAYS, an4 brt I L.l.lil )S. The tplei did new Bleamer LADY OF THE LAKE, Cup: ant INGRAM, leaving l'ler m above Vine Street, eveiy Tuemluy, Tbiii'suay, aud Saturday at (Hi A. Id., ai.d returning from Cape May on Muuduy, W euuesday, auil Fruliiy. F'AiE' iuc.udliig Carriage Hire, bervaets...l'5u, " " Chlhlren .. fi'.S, ' " Season Ticicetd, tin, Carnase Uira extra. The Lkdy ol ihe Lake is a liu,- sea-boat, bas haft. Borne Btate-rouiu a icommoua. Ions, uud is htlod up wilh every Hung netessery tor the salely aud Comfort of pai.sti;gcm. G ii. HU UDELL CA LVIN TAHGART. Ollice No. H-s N. DKLAWA hE AVeiiDe. u .ill if ' CtlE.STBll, HOOK, 4ND 5.-'S WILMINGTON At 8 3Uautl tt 60 A. Ml an., ., oo i'. t. The shsioer 8, K. FELION and A itIFL leava Oi htf, UT Stn tit V. l.arf (.-tnudwys excel) ed) at 8 M and ii-fi-i A. J .. aud 8 fu 1. Al,, rtmrniug leave Wil niingteii a' B'f.O A. n.. ly-su, end 5-iu p, U. HUpl''-i ftt I l.e.ner and H nolc each way, fare, heeuis beiwetu ail potutp. x cunit-n ttt'icu, 15 tei4ta, geoii to return b? elthPr boat. 6 t! if ...r!! PIIlLADELPtllA AMD TREX. teatiiiiLME-titt'ili Meaibnt Line. l'ho stfuiuboal Xl iN t UivKl'.SiT leav es Al.'.'H Bti eet Wuart, fo Titnton, Siopphig al Tacoi y, 'I' rrentUle, Uevtrly. Luriiueiei), liiii.'.ol, Floruuca Keabiim' Wharf, aud White IHil. LravtB Atch fitreet Wharf I Pf ves South Trenton, bat uri'ay, July II. i A.M pntuiday.Jnly IS, P.K siA:db' July is, to hHiiUuc'on iiimiol. a id liiieri tneuiaie landlutH, leaves Ar -n stiem wUai'l at 8 A. M, hud i. P, Ii .-. leaves linslol at Vi'i A. M. and Mi P. AC, Woi.cav, Jul -2. 12 At. Monrtii', Julysu, 4 P.A T.ienlhy, ' til, 1 V.U T'ueei'ny, " 21, J'.at Wed'Oay, " W, Vi r.U Weil'div, " 22. 5'0' f.H Tbumth.y, " 'J. P. M 1 ioir day, S-l '' f AC Erttli.y, ' 24, S'i r.U'kiii, . " 21 '-, P.U Faie to Trf ...ton, 4u cw eatli way; lutunuedia plaet-a, 'ii cents. M a r-"H Ol'MsifJtiN TO TUK COM. aSjii"'NLD RAILROAD AND RI EK '' soauVr' jVin.V STLVB ri'R will nake dally ecuieh us to Wiimnicum (-.un'tuys executed ), ton. it i ug .t . hosier and Maiei.s lfnek, leavluv AH''iI Hreel alunf at le A. M, and I P. I...; reiuruiuii, leavd V I n In. -o at 7 A M.miiili'. M, L'ght tlglti8 taken. f l,w. bttrnh: (-.1.-T"xT, 1ILY EXCUUSiONS. -TUB ml-zzuj iS.Jj, "P.'ei'di.l -'i amboat, JOll N A. WAle r SN UT '31.. VV iiui-r, Phlfa'hi,, at i ti't'loi k and 6 O'clock 1. Ai.. for Burlington ai ror uuningioa um i.rititci, loutniiig at Kivertoti. inriclaie, Au.iaiuiea, and Beverly Ht'turtili g, li-uvt Bristul at 7 o'ciocK 1 M u, .1 a p M iai e, ii teula each vay: Excuraloii 40 Cl CPU If WILLIAM H. U R A N T, lOWMlsr!iuNili.lliKAiVT, N.8R.PELWAItK avenue, Philadelphia, AOJvNT Mill Dnpr.pl'a Oimpowiier, Velir.id Nitre. Cbareial. EtoJ W. Hnker A Co. 'a ChiH-t'la'e Coco, anil Hroma. (ricker, ilroi..fc to.'t YU0W AJetaJ bbeaHilng,' Leila eiiU isahfj iM