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THE DAILY HYMNING TKLKGUAl'lI PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, NOVKMBEB 14..18C8.
(Evening telegraph PUBLISHED E ERT AFTERNOON (SUNDAYS ITXCllPrD), AT THE KVBNINQ TELBORAPH BUILDING, HO. 10S S. THIRD STB KB T. Prlr, Three Cents pr Copy (Double Bli.e). or Eighteen Cinu per Wwk, payanM to the Carrier. nd Mailed M Bnbscrlbers out of the city at Nine Doha rper Aanurn. On Dollar and Firty Oenli fJr Two Months, Invariably In advance fur the period ordered, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 18G8. Mr. C. Ingeroll on f rauds. Mb. Ciiarlks IsoERSoLt Las written a letter to i he editors of the Philadelphia organ of th Democracy on the salJot of "Election Frauds." We hare read of how Simon, the Fetoh exeoutlorjer, when oonflnod in prison, delhted to play with the axe with which he had beheaded hi victims, and which was destined in tarn to behead him. Mr. Iagersoll imitates that French sans culvtte, and has the j aadaoity to play with the weapon which his j party hare nsed in their illegal conduct of the laet campaign, and for the use of which the : hare been tried and will be executed. After i the faots as developed by the returns of the eleotion, after the proofs which have been ad- j dnoed and which are known to exist, It certainly Is n exhibition of ill-timed valor, or rather temerity, on the part of Mr. Iogersoll to touch the subject of fraud. Bat he does bo, and writes a letter cf a column ia length, whioh can be compressed into a line without any diffi culty, lie accuses the Republioan party of scouring the last election through the usa of vioney. mat is tbe suuatanoe or tue enure letter. The manner in whioh tbe charge is made we will give verbatim. Blair recom mends perspicuity as an essential to elegsuoa jtt literature. In that essential, Mr. Iogersoll, takes high rank in the world of letters. Shade of Carljle 1 You have a rival worthy of your Steel, for construction if not for sense. Mr. Iogersoll says: 'But with money enough to buy Vt tea, boast Ins themselves, aud la tru lb beln z. ILie niouey power, but not that ot true weUli und aid oapltul, fur tbey are neither the laud. Hie U or. nor tbe lntelleot of the country, the Republi cans, Hie opposition tn the DeiuociuMo uiny, which, In soiae form, ihoHgh wliu 'ver-oaHu-lng names, has always exitr.eil, after long ex clusion from power, having now far. hold ot It, have made their minds op lo aeep It, nn i set ting fuffrnge at defiance, iu the minorities ma jorities, by those ways and means which money can render available." "Good Lud," as Mrs. Partington says, "what can the man mean?" Why, to read that sentence one must hold his breath, and gasp before the end is reached Not to be oritical, we would ask how it is that the De mocracy have all "the true wealth and solid oapital of the oountry ?" why it is that he says in another part that they were too poor to meet even the "legitimate expenses of the cim paign f" Surely the "true wealth and solid capital" mast be sufficient to do that, if t!ie "false wealth and liqiid capital" could fur nish $700,000 to carry oue Slate. To prove what he says the writer tells us that "The Republicans are said to have expended in oblaii.itiir their meagre majority of about, (KMX) voles, $700 OU0, of wliinU SWJ.OOO were raise J by ihemKt)lve, aud 8100,01)0 aiuoutj their frieiuls in New York aud Massachusetts, liotf muoa more they had Is uukuowu, No man would believe that such sums could have beeu honestly applied, and every reusouln mau must see they must needs be Irresistible, wuen the parties opposed to each other approach aiiythirig like equality of numbers. To prevail over a mpj ritv H Is not necessity to ojirupt thetu all. There are about three ttiousaud pjd lDg places or divisions for the upwards oi six hundred thousand voters of l'irinsylvuU. Now, could such a sum as $700,000 have b eu need without changing rainy more votes tiitu uu averwge of av ae and a half to eaott divi sion, which would be nine thousand in allT'' Now to this paragraph we have a little oom mon sense to apply. Does any sensible man suppose that the Republican party spsut 700,000, or $100,000, in the Ojtober cam paign f Let partisan feeling be laid aside, and let the question be considered. If they did, where did they get it from ? Not from the officeholders, for they are against us. It mast have been from private citizens. And wav body of private citizens could be induced to give one-tenth of seven hundred thousaud dollars to carry an eleotion f Such an idea la preposterous. We do not understand very distinctly the process of baying up one and a half votes at every polling place, unless we purchased a man and a boy; but such, it seems, according to the Iogersoll arithmetic, was the painful operation gone through with in three thousand places in Pennsylvania. Such an anatomical performance is unchris tian, if we can take it literally. Here an idea is suggested. The half referred to was a doubting Demoorat, and hence we got him for half price. But we cannot follow the remain der ot the letter. 'It is the same idea more I roadly expressed. We can only assure Mr. Iogersoll that his in formation from the Republican ranks is inoor reot, and that not a tithe of his estimate was ever spent by ths Republicans of Pennsylvania; and what was spent was for the legitimate operations of the campaign. In all the letter we find but one sentiment which meets oar heartiest oonoarrence, and, coming from a Demoorat, it is a frank confession, whioh we did not expeot from such a souroe. Mr. Ia gersoll says, "If the right itself of suffrage is not threatened, at least, at the rate we tto it will soon ceaje to be worth having." Very true, indttd I At tbe rate you, eir, and your raty "bo." the Inestimable privileges or sat- frag are worth well, not ex iotly nothing, lut about one dollar aud nity oents per oer tillcate. Tub Final Result. The following is f general recapitulation of the vote of Pennsyl vatia at the Ootober and November elections: Republican vote In November 312.'2) Detuooratao " ....3.3,.i82 Total republican Dtnioorallo " - 65,Uti2 uoiouer mi no i (Tj3 155 2.507 Increase of the total vote...., Republioan majority In November rswTMH " " Ootober B677 Inorease of Republican majority...... w.ail Inorease of Republican vote .... lu.Htii leorease of Demotratlo vole ,. 8.&7 Iteverdr Johnson's Popularity. In the course of a long and laborious eulogy upon Mr. Reverdy Johnson, the London Saturday Review declares that "be has not only made himself popular in England, although he has only been a few weeks here, but he has done mnch to make his oountry men popular here." The truth of this asser tion, in a measure, we are not disposed to question. Mr. Laird, the builder of the Ala bama, doubtless regards Mr. Johnson as the cleverest and most congenial American that he has laid eyes on siuoe he closed his last negotiations with the agents of the late Confederacy for piratical ora't. Every other Englishman of high or low degree whose fynipathles were enlisted or whose interests Were involved in the Slaveholders Rebellion doubtless holds him in the same veneration. To this statement, however, one important vxeeptiou most be takn the case of Mr. R e bnck. who unhappily mistook the temper of M'. Johiiton, soon after the arrival of the latter gentleman in Eugland, and contrived to get at swords' points with him, to th great scandal of all the anti-Amerloan English public. Mr. Disraeli and Lord Stanley also, both of whom have been so completely lathered with diplo matic soft soap by our wily rep n sent tive and who are the sworn foes of everything, in England or America, which has a literal aid progressive tendenoy, are doubtless deeply impressed with a high sense of the excellent qualities of head, heart, and stomach which Mr. Johnson has so freely displayed; and with them are raDged the main body of the rank and file of the Euglish Tories, who admire everything that hangs on to the past with a tenacity rivalled only by that which keeps th breath of life in the worthless body of an out cast oat. The popularity of Mr. Johnson's oountry men is a natural and unavoidable sequenoe of the high repute which he has gained for him self. This statement, however, needs a slight qualification. It is not to be taken for granted on the authority of the Saturday Review, that the whole American people has made a long stride in the affections atd esteem of the Eng lish nation; but simply, we imagine, that the portion of the Amerioan people whom Reverdy Johnson faithfully represents has risen in the eyes of that portion of the English publio with whom he has found favor to a position but little below that which he himself occupies. The loyal press of the United States, almost without exception, has repudiated the after dinner vagaries of Mr. Johnson, and denounoed him for his truckling to the English Tories, and his unseemly and unpatriotio oonsorting with the avowed enemies of his oountry. That the Saturday Ruiew, and that portion of the English people for whom it speaks, could re gard with kind feelings such of Mr. Johnssn's countrymen as have washed their hands of him is not for a moment to be entertained. But while Mr. Johnson has been making such rapid headway in the affections ot Eng lish Tories and sympathizers wi'h the Slave holders' Rebellion, he has lost the confidence and esteem of his constituents in a correspond ing degree. The interests of the loyal people of the United Slates were as faithfully repre sented by Mason and Slidell as they are by the gentleman who could not restrain himself from confessing that he was still, as he had always been, a Southerner, and, therefore, by plain inference, a true friend to Southern in terests from the extreme pro-slavery Southern standpoint. In short, Reverdy Johnson is not the Minister of the United States, but the Minister of the Confederate States, the advo cate abroad of that spirit of hostility to free institutions and equal justice to all men which plunged our country into the horrors of civil war, and which still attempts to fan the dying embers of rebellion, that they may not be en tirely extinguished. The eleotion of General Grant, however, has accomplished what the loyal army left undone, and one of its inevi table oonsequences will be the prompt recall of our unworthy Minister to England. Brutality. Ia it 'not about time that the decent, law abiding people of the oountry should make tome determined effort to put a stop to the brutal exhibitions of prlzs-fighters ? In most, if not all, of the States there are laws suffi ciently severe in the penalties whioh they presoribe, but which are for the most part in operative through the negligence of those who are entrusted with their exeoution, and who fear to offend a class who may be useful when eleation day comes round. If the press and publio, however, would unite in a determina tion to put down prize-fighting, and would animadvert with due severity on any oases of official negligence in carrying out the full provisions of the laws on the subjeot, the ruffians who seek to gratify their beastly in 6tinots by conducting aud witnessing snob, encounters would receive a few lessons calcu lated to inspire them with a respeot for de cency, and would be able to cool their hot blood nnder the regimen of a prison diet. A short time ago a couple of brawny and close cropped brutes endeavored to get up a prize fight in the vicinity of Boston. With an Impudence and defiance of the law that ap. proached the sublime, they pltohed their ring in front of a place of Christian worship and in the midst of a deoent, law-abiding commu nity. The affair, however, was broken up at its commencement, the principals taken into custody, and, to the credit of the Massacha setts authorities, it seems likely that they wil1 receive the full penalty of the severe lawi which exist in that State against prize fighting. A few days ago two fights came off near Detroit, Mich., whioh were allowed to prooeed without any attempt being made on the part of the authorities to interrupt the amusement. In this affair the partisans of one of the oom batants overawed the referee and allowed their favorite to conduot the battle without regard to any of the rules of the P. R. One of the ruffians, by the name of Elliott, being bioked np by a crowd of sympathizers, attempted to gouge out the eye of his opponent, and the reporter who gives an account of the afftir naively remarks. This ungentlemaniy conduct wm an plainly to be seen, that uallxgber's Irlenda lutnrftrel, and a tremondonn riot seemed lramlneut" While Gallagher was speaking to the re feree Elliott approached him from bshlnd, and dealt him a Urrible blow und r the left ear, and a rough-and-tumble fight then ensued, after which Elliott claimed the victory, and the overawed referee who, we are ashamed to say, hails from Philadelphia decided in his favor. Such an affair at this requires no comment, and even if prize fighting was all that its apo logists and admirers claim for it, the faot that it is calculated to bring abuut such results is a r efficient reason for patting it down by the strong arm of the law. It is impossible to estimate tbe demoralizing effect of such en counters on the minds of the growing genera tion, and boys who are scarcely old enough to read the accounts given in the newspapers gloat over the disgusting details, and talk about the respective merits of the oombatants aud the style in which the fight was carried on, in a manner that is particularly significant. It will not do merely to declaim agtius pr'ze-flfcbtir'g snd condemn the participants, but the effloera of the law who permit such outrages to take plaoe should be publicly calhd to account, and be made to explain why they ailed to perform their duties. If thij was done In all cases, and the mm In autho rity were made to feel that there was more to dread from the indignation of the deoent people of the oountry than from the ill-will of tbe roughs whom they might offend by the p-oper performance of their daties, the prac tice of prizefighting might easily be broken up, and the ruffians who get up these exhibi tions would be obliged to amuse themselves in other ways which will not oblige deoent people to be spectators of their brutality. Hold Up. Senator Pomeroy, of Kansas, sustained an attaok of moonstroke the other nifcht, while walking bareheaded through the streets of Leavenworth. The result of this is that he now proposes that the Kansas Legis lature thall impeach his colleague, Senator Ross, for corruption and neglect of duty. "LiPPiNcoiT'a" for Ukckmber. In closing the second volume of Lippincott s Magazine, the editor states that heleeUthat valmble expe rience In the conduct of a magazine has been gained during the past year, and that he feels warranted In predicting fur It a steady Im provement In the future. The new volume will open with a holiday number, contain ing Chi lstruas stories, tales, miscellaneous arti cles of a light character, and the opening chap, ters of an original A-norloan novel entitled "Beyond the Breakers." The December number, although it oomes to us before the November day s have half run oat, has an agreeable variety of artloles. Mrs. Re becca Hardlrg Davis ulves the flnt Instalment of a short stoiy entitled "Tbe Pearl of Great Price," written In her usual forolble vein, and the other two llcllon U contributions, "Dorcas Bent ley, "by Ca'.oilnbChtsebro ud"l'he Yoaug Priest," by William Maude EvelyD, are both clever magazine tales. The poetry Is not above tbe average. "The Garden of Adonis," by Emma I-hroijIx, although avowedly suggest- d by Speuter, has more of the flavor of Keats. Mr. Vuul U. Hayne's poem, "In Utro que Fidelia," has a certain sensuous feeling and grace of diction which commeud H to our fancy. John Clarke, In "A Terrible Voyage," gives an account of a trip down the Colorado river on a raft, and Jn "Eugland and Napoleon III" Louis Blanc dltcututs the relations of Eugland with the Empire, aud lndloatea what he thinks Is the danger, In the ruling classes of Englishmen appearing as supporters and apolo gists for modern Ccesarlsm. Mr. William J. Paulding, as "a contribution to history," gives a letter written by Chief Justice Marshall to James K. Paulding, relating bow Washington endeavored to induce Judge Marshall to appear as a candidate for the Presl dency In 1708. An anil-bondholder replies In as able an argument as has appeared on the hide of repudiation to the argumeuts ot Hon. Amasa Walker lu a firmer number, and Mr.Walker in an addenda demolishes the theories of his opponent. Air Waiter Wells discourses on "(Jtflng Htrenglh to Advantage," and Jewls Uaylord Clarke gives some Interesting. reratnlHuenoe of Charles Lull rig Elliott, the artist, la addition to those we have mentioned there are several other aril, oles of minor Interest. LEGAL INTELLIGENQE COURT OF QUARTER BKaslONS-Judpe Palrce As the first bus! i es9 hHtore theUourl tbia morning tbecafieof Ktcoitfer uivlo, Oouna over lor lu ml to produce the election boxes ot lb November elec tion luaBult pending against some of the election ollicera of Hie Tliird and Fourth wards, was heard upon a writ ot habeas corpus, It will reweinnered lhac at tbe hearing butore Alderman Joue-.sUi.iig at tbe Central utailou yener day aiieruoun, wbt-u tue el cllon ollicera memi iuail were arra'gned, the Keourder, wbo, Id Conjunct! ju with the Ma or of tbe city, baa by lwr iba ouuoiy of the boxes containing the tickets, disobeyed tbe o til ot M e subpuiiia lo produce the boxes belora itn a aglsiraie, pltudlng as his defense a provision in tbe Couscllilatlon act oi the city, whtcb precluded bu Iroiu even optnlug tbe vault In walcb ihe boxes were secured, wltnout an order from soma court compe tent l try tli merits of the election Tte Hon Wi'llam B. Mann opened the argument Ha said: May It please lae itourt, the Recorder of ibe city ot Piiliadeipbtalwa tubpiuuaed to appear as a witness before an a derman of Ibis city Holding a aetsioa at ibe Central Stsilon, and brlus wuu Inui the boxea cou alnlng the vote and election papori oi tbe 6th, 7th, ana Bib divisions oi tue Fourth ward, aud lilt 7th division of tba Third ward. Bdlore Hi lU couler was iut upon the stand ihe ProibouoUry ot tbe Conn of Common P. ess testified lost la theie divisions do list of volets bad been returned. Mi. Mann lb' u detailed Ihe provisions of the la concert ing the custody of tbe election paper-. Tae iDsiructious of the law are very explicit. There Is au envelope luralsbed. etc. When the papers ot iha division cam there no list of voters; In the Wixih division ot the Foariu ward there were polled at tba October eleotion a inr what over mree hundr, d vo:es; the papers ware ra mmed and four hundred naues aupear.-d; at the No vember election over one thousand Votes wea re turned; but we didn't get a thousand names wnea w went to the Protbonotry'a oirioe, aud mis we p-oved 1. afore tba mi atrale; the election olllcerj o these divisions have I)en arra gued In a erloa'nai prosecution for their conduot at tne Noveui ler swo llen; Itbecomes necisiar) then lo havj a list of 1 Us voters; the Recorder of tue City OI Philadelphia Wis sumtLoned with tna other prous i aviag the custody of the papers to appear and proiluoa ilia u; tbe Recoider came and sal1 that he did not tbluk that uuder ihe law be had tbe right to produosibe boxes, but that be was perfectly wllllnf lo aul Is the acilim ni any court of competent Jurisalj Ion. Mr, Jlnnu repat4 ibe piovlsious of the exlstloar law lu relatlou to pulling the ballots Into boos nd lh boxes Into a vault uud.r Hie cus'.ody of the lt'i oorder and Mycrol ihe city. Tue old U sulci in it ihs boxea were to be tskeu to tba neare-it wauls: ra e, but when the clly became co'irolluaied the atlul on of ibe Legtnla'ure was drawn lo tba 'act that the boxes could hereadll; tampe.el with, aud the mi le was chauged. Now It Is euc'.td that after such eleo tion was over that the -oes should be briuvht by oue or more of ibe ollicera tilths electloii to nix h and ChesDUt streets or should be brought to a place provided by the C'ltv Commissioners and kept la sf custody, that the Mayor and Ken rdr shoii'd taue charge of them, aud that tbey should remain wi'h tlieui. and nm be opened or Inter tered with except upon ihe call ot a Court of oo'npt-nt Jurldic.lou to try the uierlia of tuon elections. These are the words of the act. ( Continued in Third Edition. COT'RT OP COMMON PLKa.3.-Iudie Allison and" HrewHer The contested election cases wer railed this morulng, to-day be'ng flied for tha flllng of the tespoudeuui1 return, instead of filing tbesa answers, conn sal representing tha respondents moved lo etrlkftofT tii i petilona of the on itaiiai's, is tha ground that Ihe alltdavlia auppnrtlng them re on sauted tha allege I iao.a lo tha hrst of the Kno. Iedfe;anl belter ol the afflanta. and not to ba abs i lo'sly true, aa reqairna by aot ol Aasembly. Tne (Turi fixed Friday uext :or tha argument opoa thea mo .,na. Also was calif d np lbs mattr of tha petition for a mandainns lo oornpel Hie Oily Treasurer to py ov r to Colonel Mutholiana vo, audited by tba Rrlraie Xand. rlu a to the id hex'mant Hevanne Brigade, Plrt Division, Pennsylvania Ml IDa Mr. Ti nm, rrpreai ntlng the respondent, app led for a continu al. re until nat Ha'urrtay, on th ground that Mr. Pin so I waa ardent from the rlty and that n commu nication could b had with hi as; which continuance tbe t'nnrt a a' ted. C"ITRT OK QU A RTFR BF,tSfONa-lni1a t.u 1tiw. P sheas oorpns cmses were heard by bis Honor la tba n'rt court room this morning. RELIGIOUS NOTICES. niH ANI IIOOHN FOR fSPAINe- The trietidn of tbe AMMUCAN lllBLK M- 'Ifi.1Y,AMKftJ'ANTKACT Rt)Rrr and AMR. RI'AN Nil FOKF.IUN CHHIsriAtf UHMW, will hold a Union meeting In reference to tha KV A N flKLIZATION Of ePslN, In the CALVARY PKKi, BYTMIIAN CnURCH (Dr. Humphrey's) kOunsr, above Iflemln.io root row (Hnhhath) at7' P.M. Rev. Henry j. Rilrv. pastor of the Bpantsb Church. w Yoik. Rev. Drs. Humphrey, wylte, Herring Ji linnon, and otlie s, III deliver ail drones. fK-c. sliKXANDKH PBr.KIIVTKRIA Jf kJ? rtlUKf'H, corner of M.NKl'KKMTU and t.KFFN Street'. I h 'onrth sermon of tbe ooursa tin "Kolonmn s Knols," win be delivered hy the Pas tor, Kev. T. M nt;t,Nlfc"UHAM, 1). 1)., To-morrow evenli g at 7l o'clock. -ubeot ' Tie Woisulppnr oi mariinion." a KKKIION T YBSI WOJIKt,- T BKH.X Al'T.TC It P l'.HT l It rtHllrl. iiH hW. M T Btreei, west of HiKhtextiiri. Itev. THOMAS ' RU AUK D. D. of New York, will iireacn beiora ti e Young Pcop.o'a Association of ilie Can ci at hair-pasi 7 o'clock. Hern on To Young Women." C5cr 1 UTIIKItANISJI- I. IT sKCfA 11IAH7W ?i . St -At tut P ill., "Forgive us Mir Uellls.,, LU l'H Kl'. II t! M , TVVr.LPrH aud OX FOIlli bireets. Rev. rsOAH. M. PRICK, Pastor. I'tws Iree. Til I It 1 ItKI'OHnKIl t ltitl(:(I, kv&tf Tf.M lt and ULiiKIll' Hlreeta. Kev. K. V. Ht f Dl KR, recently returned Irom Inula, will preach tn-nioirow. bervire at hi!i o'clock In tue luornlug and 7S In ilie t ve-.tmr. -jV- Htgl NPHI I KMTKRI'.T ( IIFHVII, RJJ cori er ot hhVKN I YLKN I U aud HPRUO hirer's.- Rev. W . p. BHk:ED, O. D. will prach ths first ol a erhsof discourses on the Book ol Ksther. on ba ba h morning, l.Vh Inoiant.at li.H o clcck. -jrrr. KKV. lll hBH H JOHNSOW, l. 1. ht lastv.r of iba etiwsT PKis BVl'fiitlsN t llLRCH WASHlMjllON hqnare. will preach to iiiorrow at 10H A M. No eveuiug service on acoo'int ol me-ting at Calvary Chinch. t'Hlint IN TDK HO II MB or MOD ' Rev. Dt. MARCH wilt i.reaou the third snr- I) ouol his series n "Ucm4 Ll.'elu tlie Bible.' To morrow (8unrta ) evening H7H o'clock, in Chi NTON M1RF.KT CHtTRcn. TKS'lU k treel. belo buruce. All persons cordially Invt'ed toaite-d. STT. BEV. K. Km AIIAJM. . D., WILE. fcaSt pr-ich In ihe Wli Kit PRU.HBY TKrtfAN Cli URCH, S&VKMTEKNTH r.ud XLU&&B.S aire "S. baibath. eM A . 4. aud , P. A. TKK'AN I HCHCll, betow Uirard aveuue, To XT- w m lOH .. M and 7H P. V. CUIIiUBIN's CIIlTBCII.-TIIi: D'ri cm lily -rrann to the vonuiron "Blum WotiCers,-' at ibetUURCH OF TUB JtPlPHANY, tu-njorrc w af.emotin, at o'clock. -r. Ill:V. MATTHEW TV K W K I It K kXtF wlnprexch at i he t Oil l'H 1KNTU8I, PKK-l- a. TKK'A rs mor rv-a. .fT AKl'll HTKESvT PRKNRT- TRI A CH UROrl. corner JfilOHTKKN l'H. Preaching by Pastor Rev. A. A. WILLITi, 104 A, M. and is F. M , Mnniiay Snhool. g'4. a tfpm, KKV. K. W. UUJIPHR(t WILf. Ae? preach to-uionow lu TK1SITY M. JS, Cllt'RCH ilOHlH. street, above Race, at loi A. M. auu 7H f. M . SPECIAL NOTICES. Fnr utidiliunal Special NnW.e tee the Inside faoet.' JS" TUB V0LC4NIC OIL AND COAL l"-3 COMPANY, Hot. 10 and 11 MERCHANTS' JlXCHANOR. PHII.sDgl.PUIA, Nov. 14 lgti. The Mrecti.r have this day declared a dividend of TWKN1Y-F1VK C'ENW ewr share; due and pay. abU cu tue 11) h lust. RjdIis closed tbls day. TtlUMAS J. MAQILL, H Hec-etary aud Treasurer. ARSHALL'S ELIXIR. PysjM'psia is becoming the most oommon and dangerous disease of this country. It not only so weakens all the organs of diges tion as to prevent tWr healthy aotion in the digestive process, but, if not radioally cured, leads to other more seriou3 complaints. Marshall's Elixir removes biliousness, and eo allows the stomach to digest the food with out pain or unpleasant feeling after eating. Dyspepsia cannot be oured by pills, as they only temporarily relieve, leaving the stomaoh in a worse condition after their aotion than before. Marshall's Elixir, by gradually giv ing strength and removing all causes of un healthy action in the stomaoh, permanently cures the most ooufirmed cases of this disease. Headache sours the disposition, destroys the appetite, and, if not relieved before it be comes a habit of the system, will ultimately end in the most serious forms of nervous complaints. Headache admonishes us that a more alarming disorder is threatening the system. Marshall's Elixir rarely fails to relieve all forms of Headache; its curative powers are not, like most remedies, of short duration, but ate permanent and lasting. I'oktiYCness, if neglected too long, results in iiilammation of the boweld, piles, diseases of the bladder, and affects all the surrounding organs. This remedy will certainly perma nently relieve all such as are so afflicted, whether their occupation is sedentary or more active. Bead the following certifi cates: Lower Meuion, Montgomery Co. M. Marshall dt Co.: I cheerfully recommend your Elixir as the only Medicine tnat has bene fited me. I huve bad Dyspepsia and HendicQa for a number of years, and by the use of your Elixir have been entirely cured of both. Miis, Maky McDebmott. Saratoga Springs, N. Y., Oct. 18, 1867. Dear Hlrt: I have beeu alUlcied with Dys pepsia for teveral j'oars, at limes alteuded with revere headache, and at others my bowels were cottlve. 1 have tried many remedies with but little benefit, until persuaued by friends to try a bottle of your Elixir. I thought It relieved me a little at first, and now, after using It a few weeks, find myself entirely ouied. I cheer fully reoommena your Elixir to any similarly aillicted. J. i. JiuxxBR. Depot, No. 1301 MARKET Street, Philada. it M. MARSHALL & CO., Proprietors. THAT MYSTERIOUS 1N)X! Mr. Pecreta-y Stanton, Before they bad Grant on, Received a mysterious box 'Twas laid to hold meney, Twaa fastened so funny, W'Uh rivets, with bauds, and with locks. And mighty regal scholars Bald thousands ot dollars Were held In that package to strong Bo In sale apartment, Below War Department, They kept it for ever so long. But early Wednesday morning Tbey tuuughr, red taps scorning, Its contents to light they'd expose; Wlib great xpectatloa, Oh I queer revelation I Jeff. Davis' feminine clothes I Now tha ladles send petition To hold exuloltlan Of calloo wrapper and all; But the men fo ks ara running And crowding and pushing For Clothes to luedHKAT BbOWA II ILL Tha folks a tbe War Department were badly oM. Jeff's ctsi-oir leuuuiues war b exotblied as aa Ooj ctot national curiosity, hut for national useful ness, durability eoonoiny. and b.auty, ibe citizens of this ureal naiion reek toe masculine apparel wuloQ Is lo bt bad on such delightful terms only at the GREAT BROWN fcTONK HALL OP BoiuuiLiiA wiitoar, ill p Noii SOI ana Mi CHKSNDT Bt Phlada R E IY1 O V A L. SMITH, RANDOLPH & CO BANKERS, PHILADELPHIA AND NEW YORK, DEALERS IN ALL GOVERNMENT SECURITIES Have Hemoved from No. 16 South THIRD Street THE OLD LEDGER BUILDING. S.W. Corner THIRD and 0HESNUT Streets BILLS OF EXCHANGE FOR SALE ON LONDON, FRANKFORT, PARIS, BT3. I "We if sue Letteru of Credit on Measri. JAMES W. TUCKER & CO., Parla. available t travellers' use throngbout the world. c , llatvfviJV fn JlsAat naUalA t 1 f. a - . V ..a,.. aavvt uncut Auovo vuiuui u u lUAviuus vj wtq Deiween onr inw xors ana ratUc ill ftflinaa ara ah n 1 M I . .l.t .11 i.il m sr mr . a pbla Ofiice", we are constantly in reoefpt of all quotations from New York, and are prtpar 4 to execute all ordera with promptnesa in STOCKS, 150ND3, and GOLD. j SMITH, ItANDOLPII & CO., 8. W. CORNER THIRD AND CHESNUT STREETS, 11 14 ; PUILA.DEI.rUIA, jNION PACIFIC RAILROAD FIRST MORTGAGE BONDS At 102, AND ACCRUED INTEREST CENTRAL PACIFIC RAILROAD FIRST MORTGAGE BONDS At 103, ASD ACCRUED LMEREST. FOB, SA.1E BY.. No. 40 SOUTH THIRD STREET, 62S PHILADELPHIA. GOLD BOUGHT. DEALERS IN ALL KINDS or GOVERNMENT SECURITIES, No. 40 South THIRD Street, 10 2 Ul 18 PHILADELPHIA. WM. FAINTER & CO., RANKERS AND DEALERS IN GOVERN MENT SECURITIES, No. 36 South THIRD Street, HIXASKLPHIA, AGENTS FOB The Union Pacific Railroad Co,, AND Central Pacific Railroad Co. We bare on band THE FIRST MOST tiAUE SIX TER CENT. GOLD INTERES1 BONDS of both Companies, for sale or Exchange for Government Securities. Tampblets, with Maps, Reports, and fall Information furnished on application, i ii STERLING & WILD MAN, BANKEIS AND BROKERS, No. 110 South THIRD Street, AGENTS FOB BALK OF First Mortgage Bonds of Rockford, Roc Island, and St. Louis Railroad, Interest HB.VJN PER CENT., clear of a l tax payable in GOLD AuguU and February, for sale 91 a and accrued interest In currency. Also First Mortgage Bonds of the Danville, Uazleton, and WUkcsbarre Railroad. Interest SEVEN PER CENT., CLEAR OF ALL TAXES payable April an A October, fur sale at 80 and accrued interest. Pamphlet wild maps, reports, and fill Information of Ibeee toads alwas s on band tor dlitrlbu lon. DE ALECS in Government Bonds, cold, Silver O' ut-ons, eio bTOCKrt of all k lads bought and sold on commis sion in New Toik and PblladelpUla. 11 1 tutus QLENDINNINC & DAVIS, No. 4S Soiitta THinO Street, Stcck and Gold. Brokers. QUOTATIONS OF NEW "YORK STOCKS ALWAYS ON HAND. 4 3J8p M. eiMtil DIM KINO iMm It) H.UAVIS. A N K INC Of STREETS, II LA. DELPHI A. HOU8C I Nos. 112 and 114 Sontb TI1ICD Bind PHILADELPHIA, Dealers In all Gorernment Securities. ml M m HIV. u a -mn a m I viu vsvs ?T aoiea in luxcaangj ior mew A Liberal Difference allowed. Compound Interest Notes Wanted. Interest Allowed on Deposits. COLLKUTIONB MAD STOCKS boocbt and so anOommlaslon, pedal baalnest ooomxnodAtlona lea err el fat Miea. in (as We will reoelTe s,ppiloat!ons frr Policies of Lift Insurance In tbe National Lite Inaaraace Company o tba United b la lee, full InXormallun glTM at ooa GROCERIES, ETC. AHITE ALMERIA CRAPES CHOICE QrALITT, Prime Fresh Goshen Butter, In small kegs, put np expressly for family use. tery Fine. OUR W.G. FAMILY FLOUR,' The Finest Made in this Country. ALWAYS ON HAND AT CRIPPEN & MADDOCK'8, (Late W. L. Haddock & Co.), No. I 15 South THIRD Street, (OPr03ITE THE GIRARD BANK,) 1MWB1J1 FiriLsDELPIirA. p R U I T N E W FRUIT. LARGE rODBLK CROWN DEIIiSA RAISINS, In whole, half, and quarter boxts. NEW FIGS, PRUNELLAS, IOMQUAT', PRESERVED OINQEa. NEW ALMONDS. PARADISE NUTS, CANNED FRUIT, In Great Variety, PRESERVES, MARK A LA DBS. JAMS AND JELLIES. SIMON GOLTON & CLARKE, S. W. Corner BROAD and WALNUT Sts.f U I tl 1 PHILADELPHIA,' FLOUR. JEW BUCKWHEAT FLOUR riRHT OF THE SEASON. ALBERT C. BOBEBT8, Dealer In Fins Groceries, 11 7rp Cor. ELEVENTH and VINE Streets. FAMILY fLOUR, In lots to suit tlKOCFKS, or by the Single lUrrel, for sale by J. EDWARD ADDICKS, So. 123U MARKET Street, 10 m4p PHILADELPHIA. CURTAINS AND SHADES. FALL STYLES I FALL STYLES! HOW BEADT WINDOW SHADES, IN LACE CURTAINS, IN Terries. Reps, Damasks, Etc. We take pleasure in announcing that oar new styles ior Fall ol ilie above Goods are now open. Oar oeie biated make of PINE WJNDO r7 SHADES, with Bray's Spring Balance Feature (wnlcn require no cord), we sell at tbe most reasonable pilose. Window Shades as low as ONE DOLLAR AND FIF1YCENT3, trimmed acd bni to the windows. We call especial attention to our new s'ock of Trimmings, eomprlslng In part, Cornices In Gilt, Walnut, Walnnt and lit, Rosewood, and Rorewood and (Jilt, Curtain Tassels Picture Tassels, Pillow Tassels, Cords, Loops, Bands , etc., etc, CAKFINGTON, OFZOUCHE & CO., S. E. Corner Thirteenth and Chesnut Sta., Formerly SELTT, CARBINUTON O J,ltwslp