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THE DAILT EVENING TELEGRAPH PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2, 1869.
5 MUSICAL, AK1 PRAMATIC. Th CHy Amnamnt. At ttik Acadrmt of Mtmio Miss Clara Louise KMlogg will appear this evening In a grand operatlo conwrt, assisted by Mad'lln Allele Tnpp, Hlirnorl Boetu, Reina, Huslnl, Hnrtll, and Mr. Rudolph llcnntg. A flrst-clastt-programme will be presented, Including six pieces never given In this olty before. Selections from Rossini's Aw .lolenrlU will be given, with other instrumental and vocal selections. To-morrow evening Itosstnt's opera of 11 liarbiere cM Nevijlia will be performed, and on Saturday there Will be a grand farewell matinee. Miss Kellogg is about to sail for Europe, to fulfil n long engagement, and this will be the last oppor tunity our cltuens will have to hear ner. Tickets can be procured at Truinpler's. This and to-morrow evening will bo positively the two last appearances of CI lira Louise Kellogg. On these occasions the price of the family circle will be fifty cents and gallery twenty-live cents. AT Tim Akch Mr. John Collins will appiar this evening, In the drama of King O'.S'eil ami the farca of Teddy the Tiler. The performance will conclude With tlie faree of Jenny Linti. On Monday the new drama of IHaek and White Will be produced. At Tim Walnut Mr. Joseph Jefferson will appear this evening as "Kip Van W inkle." AT THK Chkhnct the burlesque of hverrtia lioraia will le performed this evening. W. II. Donaldson and 11. Uillcrt will make a velocipede ascension. Irom the stage to the gallery on a tight rope. At tub Thkatkk Comio.ch Miss Susan Ualton will appear this evening In t'lnrette the Cricket, Miss Ualtou will conclude her engagement next At tiik American Joe Emmett and other popular artists will appear this evening in an entertaining variety HTforniance. CITY 1TIJMS. SITLS".. KIT AND HAH iif our Hon'; 1 ohm', niirt nmjt Clothing unequalled by any Mock nf Ready-made good in Philadelphia. We have alto Choice Assortment of eelecled tlylee of piece good, to be made up to order, in ummrpaed 'tyle. A IX Priors OUABANTF.ED lower than the loicett eUeu-hert, and full tatief action guaranteed every purchase, or the Male cancelled and money refunded. Half way between J Bennf.tt A Co., Fifth ami Tower Hall, Sixth Street!.) 518 Mauket SruF.r.T, Philadelphia, and 600 Broadway, Ntw Yoke. 11 allf.t, Davis A Oo'a Pianos possess the most superb action, with unusual purity of tone, which is one of lovely softness and great brilliancy. The agents. No. 927 Ohesnut street, exhibit thirty-four premiums over all others. Tint ADOPTION of all late improvements evinces a determination to keep the American House, Bos tor, where it ever baa been hi the front rank of New England hotels. . Al Unamost, Esq. This well-known tront fisher haa arrived In town from Kaston, Pa. He brought down with bim some splendid beautioa (trout), for which he will Accept thanks. . JKWWJIT.-Mr. William W. Caaaidy, No. 13 South Second at root, haa the largest and most attractive assortment of fine Jewelry and Silverware In the city. Purchasers can nlitalnlns a real, nun) article furnished at a price which cannot be equalled. He also haa a large stock of American Western Watches in all varieties and at all price. A visit to his store is sure to result in pleasure and profit. it Rpvf.r'b "Standard Wink Bitters. "The char acter of Sneer's "Standard Wine Bitters" ia such that all may use it to maintain the stamina of their system, or to invigorate it when they become debilitated, being mildly stimulating, diurotio, audorifio, and tonio ; beneficial in offontinna of the kidneys and chronic diseases with general debility. Give them a trial and they will recommend themselves. Bold by Druggists. A Burglar Struck. We've told you several times before. With lame poetio feet, About the Safes that Marvin makes, To all intents complete. With wondrous combination locks That every art defy To break, or open, or explodo, And then, they're always dry. A burglar came along one duy To see them on the sly, Those massive things he oouldn't force ; He'd know the reason why. He'd had experience of bars, In prison van had jolted ; But when be saw those locks and bolts He tore hU locks and bolted. The Safe they oall The Spherical With anguish made him grin ; He'd never learned the use of globes, And couldn't get drilled in! Spherical and other Sufes for sale by Marvin & Co., No. 731 Cbesnut street. Science Advances.-As soon as an article purporting to be of utility haa been tested, and its merits endorsed by publio opinion, unprincipled parties endeavor to replenish their depleted purses by counterfeiting, and substituting a spurious for the genuine article. Some time since, mer cury, in the disguise of pills, powders, eU.. was given for all diaeaaea of the stomach and liver, while quinine was freely administered for the chills. At length Hostet Tib's Stomach Bitters made ita advent, and an entire new system of healing was inaugurated. The beneficial fleets of thia valuable preparation wa1 once acknow ledged, and mineral poisons suffered to sink into that ob scurity to whioh an enlightened age has consigned them There have been many spurious Bitters palmed upon the community, wbioh, after trial, have been found perfectly worthless, while Hostettf.r's haa proved a blessing to thousands, who owe to it their restoration to health ; and for many years we have watched the steady progress of Hostettbb's Stomach Bittkrs in public estimation, and its beneficent effects as a cure for aU complaints arising from the stomach of a morbid nature, and we are free to say that it can be relied upon as a certain relief and remedy. - Ita proprietors have made the above preparation, after years of careful study and sitting, and are now reap ing the reward claimed by this valuable specific, and which they so richly merit. It is the only preparation of the kind that ia reliable ia all cases, and it therefore deman.U the attention of the afflicted. Card tboM Wanamamr Bbown. BOW THE FACTS TELL. READ, A NO SPEAK OF 11. COMB, SEE, AND BE CONVINCED. B-af- TBJE DEMAND has never keen m great for ovrtViU i'lVTV mien are kent hiuu cuttituj mnne from Jive lit IM vwnttHy wuii nineatnwht. WANAMAKEH BKOWS, THE LARGEST CLOTHING HOU&Z, OAK HALL, S. X. CORNER OT SIXTH AND MARKET STREETS. tW-ONE THOUSAND HANDS are constantly oceupUd W uk. snvv in fiUintvpoier etnek. Thugittuur euetomere FRESH GOODS e?ry day. WANAMAKER it BROUN, ll A If HALL. THE LARGEST CLOTHING HOUf E S. E. CORNER OF SIXTH AND MARKET STliLL TS. . -. r. w. r. PPIT Urnt HAVE BEEN RUN Nina 1KB ni.r.n. MILLS MAC "'J?"",,. for our tale: Thu jethe vay tee gel choice and durable thing' for our riijl.iti'r, WANAMAKER , BROWN, THE POPULAR CLOTHING HOUliB, THE CORNER OF SIXTH AND MARKET STREETS. ENORMOUS SALES caute u to inane z,nm-muu " l ,t.i. ..inejiue artiH tut- vantngtm lit buying, and tee can ajford to ell aery low, WANAMAKER BROW.r, THE CHEAPEST CLOTHING MOUSE, OAK HA lil, THE CORNER OF SIXTH AND MARKET STREETS. tW" MODERATE PRICKS for everything U our U.VAL ' TEH A RLE RULE, not ce can yet, but now CHEAP we cuit tell We article. WANAMAKER BROWN, OAK II ALL, , THE CUV. A PENT CLOTHING HOUSE, THE CORNER OF SIXTH AND MARKET STREET w OUR BPHINO STOCK, though our tale haee been very r Uirqe, it Hill very COMPLETE. WANAMAKKR t HUOWN, THE LARGEST CLOTHING HOUSE, OAK HALL, THE CORNER OF SIXTH AND MARKET STREETS. ir our Boys' AND YOUTHS' STOCK U vonderfully veil oMorted, and U kept on the FIRST ri.oott. WANAMAKER BROWN, THE POPULAR CLOTH INti MOUSE, OAK HALL, THE CORNER OF SIXTH AND MARKET STREETS. w a i t OUR PRICES are lower by S8 per cent, than the w ALL OUt tr u aft tolJ .J,, WANAMAKER it BROWN. THE LARGEST CLOTHINU MOUSE, -1 OAK MALL, fBMs. or sura am uxukJctstuest INDIA SllKBflUClFB for Summer Suit. FHP.NCH 8IDF.BAND DnlM.tHO for Pantaloon. Wanx TcitKua Towktj.ino for Vesta, BaNNOCKHURNS, LlOHT OOLOBA, for Suits, Lioht Diagonal Chkviots, Dark Ool r. for buita, Alfaca LtiBTiiK, Black, for Coat nil Vmt, And a splendid assortment of light French cassimere pan tuloons goods, all now in stylo and of oboice pattern, at Charles Htokkh'. No. 824 Ohosnut stroet. ATTEND TO TF1K l'mT SYMPTOMS OF CoNHtlMPTTON, mid chock the disoase in ita inoipiency by using Jaynk's KxrKTORANT, a aafo remndy for all affections of the Lungs and Bronchia. Sold evorywhure. SixoF.n's ewtno Machines On easiest terms, by O. F. Davis, No. 810 Chosnut street. iviakkii:i. FOWLKR WILSON. On Monday evening, May 31, by Ttev. Thomna J. Brown, Pastor of Itgan S'lunre t'hureh, Mr. WILLIAM A. I OWLKll to Mias KLIZA. WILSON, all of this city. HOTCHKIN NKAOLF.. In the Church of the Ascen sion, Claymont, Del., on Tuesday. June 1, IS, by the Kev. T. O. Littell, assisted by the Kev. J. K. Olemson, 1. I)., and the Fit. Rev Altrorl La. 1) !.. the Kev. KAMI'KI. K. HOT HKI.N", nf Clnymont, Del., to SARAH SULLY NKAOLK, daughter of the late John Neagle, of I'huuuel phia. iii:i. (iORMAN.-On June 1, 19, Mrs. JANK OORMAN, in the toth year of her age. The relatives and friends of the family are invited to attend the fHneral, from her late residence, No. 8ii h. Third street, on Friday morning at S o'clock. SAYRE. On Monday morning. May SI, at 2 o'clock, at the residence of her husband, .Mrs. MARY K. 8AYKK, wife of Robert H. Sayre, of Bethlehem. Pa. The relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend her funeral, as above, on Thursday, June 3, a' o'clock A. M, SHUSTER. On the 31st ultimo, WILLIAM H. SHUS TKK. in the 27th year of his age. His relatives and friends, also Star nf Columbia Itortgn, No. 70, K. of P., and the members of Resolution Kire Com pany, are invited to attend the funeral, from his late resi dence, No. 3 Clinton court (Franklin street, below Buttoi wood), on Thursdav. June 3, at 2 o'clock. To proceed to Monument Cemet IT, WISTER. Suddenly, at Germantown, May 81, 1869, Mrs. CHARLES J. W1STKK, in toe 71st year of ner age. The funeral will move from her lute residence. Main street, Germantown, at 6 o'clock oa Thursday afternoon, the 3d instant. INSURANCE. 2MO IM AN Is Fully Prepared to Insure until he has considered The Hates and Flans OF THE AMERICAN LIFE INSURANCE CO. OF PHILADELPHIA, FOURTH AND WALNUT STREETS, 6 10 PHILADELPHIA. One-Price Clothing House. No. G04 MARKET Street. Our Garments are well made. Our Cutters are men of talent, BUT ONE PRICK IS ASKED. Satisfaction Guaranteed Ever; Purchaser. GEO. W. NIEMANN, Proprietor, 2 17 Tjmtf Ko. 604 MARKET St, above Slxtn, PIANOS, ETC ra g BKADJJLKX D riA-NUB viNiij Ai ini V 'White Houae. Beven First Premiums. AUo, Taylor 4 Farley's Organs. Kflb AKCH Street. WILLIAM O. i IhtJtlER, No. 4 13 am CHICKEKING Grand Sqnare and Upright PIANOS. BUTTON'S, no. 914 CHESNUT Street. liatf 3 ALBRECHT, W'liit BIKKKS A SOHMnW.I inl i 9 MANTTFAtTTTBEHB OF FIRST-CLASS PIANO FORTES. Fnll rnaraatee and moderate prices. 82 WAHJEKOOMS. No. 610 ARCH Street. 8TEINWAY & SON'S UPRIGHT PI A NftS It will be welcome news to the musi cal public that Steinwaya have succeedod, by the most gigantic improvements, in raining the Upright Piaao trom Us well-known state of imperlection to ttiat of the mwt Lerfect amongst the different Bhapes of pianos. The 'pright Piano of Steinway A 6ons now ia more durable, keeps better in tnne and in order, haa more power, a purer and more musical tone, and a better touch tnan the square piano, and rivals in moat of these pointa even the Grand Piano. Ita advantages are so plain and striking that the most prejudiced against this shape of a piano are converted by examining them; and oui, of twenty who want to buy a Square Piano, ninetwn prefer now already an Upright one of 8. A 8. Purchasers will do well to exam..tbem,.ttbewareroomof BLAm,R BROR , 6 27 wstf No. C'HKSNU'P Street. rvp, SCHOMACKER & CO.'S SQUARE, AND UfKlUMT ru.tu are universally acknowledged to be the beit instruments made, and have been awarded the high premium at aU the principal Exhibitions ever held in the country. Our extensive facilities for manufacturing tnable us to otter ,,rtat inducement. Call at our beautiful wareroonis, No. ta Chesnut street, and examine our extensive block of Superior Roeetcoo" "a"'" . THE BURDETT ORGAN, p S. We have secured tlie agency for the sale of the Celebrated Burdett Organ. It has no rival. The superiority of these instruments overall others is so great that we cftallenye contraaxction, tsu nun "The Gr"ndPUnoelected b, Mrs. Lincoln for the White House eight years ago is now at our wareroonis on exhibi tion, whore it will be shown to any one having a desire to N'Hew and'secondhand Piano, to rent. Tuning and' moving promptly attended to. bend for Descnpuve Circular. , loiTirir'TITPIKn C.n . Hi If llMCtonntaWet WATCHES, JEWELRY, ETO. & A. PEQUIGNOT, 6 MANUFACTURERS OF WATCH CASES, AND DEALERS IN AMERICAN AND FOREIGN t No. 13 Soutto SIXTH Street Slmwagrp MANUFACTORY. Na M 8. FIFTH Street imHEELER'4 WILSON'S SEWING MACHINES Are the Best, and are Sold on the Easiest Terms. PETERSON & CARPENTER, GENERAL AGENTS, HO. 911 CIIKSXUT Street, PniLADELPniA. 8 B fniw HATS AND OAP8. nWARBURTON-8 IMPROVED VENTI Uted and easy MtUng Dreaa BaU (patented), to " "? imorovJ fl.ioos of til MMVII, CUlWU'f SMB 51. ' FIFTII EDITION THE PUBLIC DEBT MONTHLY STATEMENT. A DECK EASE OF $13,384,777. :, 1:1c, ntc, i:ic Tlie 1m11Io lelt Sintrmont. Wahiiinoton, Juno 2. The following ia n re capitulation of the public debt statement for May: DKI1T BKARINU OOI.D IKTKHKKT. Five per cent, bonds. M?J Hvennrcflnt. 1040 bonds KM.fthyl H) uu H.s !reent. bond MM .tl'S Five-twenty pnr cent. Imnda l. 1 .W5 .4 l 00 Amount ouUtandinK 2 n,-i' -l it Jntoroxt 3i4,b,frtJll DKBT IIKARINO INTKKKHT IH LAWFUL MONEY. Three percent, certificates $.VI,O7R,0onn0 avy Tension Fund 14,Ww,WK) 00 Amount Outstanding t7,07.Ot0 00 Interest l,ai,6U0 00 DKIIT HEABINIJ NO INTF.UF.ST. Hfmand and I(jal tnndi'r notna $3.irt,nri,2t4 0n 1'oHtal and Fraclional Currency :.4 .J.:iil 40 :rtitii-atafit 1)b. limit 2 'U('l,l M 'Oil Amimnt. I ulHtandina 4I2.ti,i7 '40 HKHT ON WHICH INTKHKhT HAS t'KASKIl KINl'F. MATtmiTY. Amount outstauding $S,4 Jl .iTi4 Interest .3o,'W TOTAL 1F.IIT. prn).l nnl.tnnilimr 3..W.2.11 .2.M 04 i.,,..r...i 41.H2t.i4:! I"i I'otul debt, principal and Interest 3,'j.M,o..n.i-i i in in tbe Treasury Currency i,,ho vi Amount of publio debt, loss cash and sink- .,,, ins fund In the TrHUsury 2,oQo,412,ll i 11 Dvcrnase of the publio debt during the past month V-"V o Decreuae since March 1, !! 2J,wJ,o4n 9 FROM NE W YORK. fiinme of Perjury. New York, June 2. Subsequent to the con viction of McITcnry for perjury in the United States Court, Mr. S. N. Pike made alhdavit that Villctt Fcrguscson, one of the witnesses for the defense, had committed wilful, corrupt perjury in testifying that he had seen Pike in Deputy Commissioner Harlan s ollice on the Uth ot Janu ary, 1808. Fergusson was arrested and brought before Commissioner Betts and held in ifiu.ouu bail. The case will immediately be brought before the grand jury. McIIenry had alleged that Tike bribed Harlan, and Fergusson swore to Tike's interview with Harlan. MeetirtK of Orthodox Friends. At the yearly meeting of the Orthodox Friends, yesterday, the condition of Indian affairs was discussed by Benjamin Tatham and W. II. Ladd, of this city; James M. Whittal and Samuel Hilles, of Philadelphia; Daniel Hill, of Ohio; Robert W. Hudson, of Iowa; and Francis T. King, of Baltimore. Two delegates to the National Executive Committee were elected. Evening .Mnrket Kepnrt. Flour dull and in favor of buyer; sales .V.t()0 barrels at $5-205-45 for superfine State; 5'5 6 05 for extra State; .K)-10&)0-15 for choice do.; f 6-206-40 for fancy do.; f5-305 45 for super fine Western; $5-70(5)0 for common to medium extra "Western; 0 050-55 for choice do.; $0 00 (E7-05 for good to choice white wheat extra, and tG'05G-80 for common to good shipping. FROM CHICAGO. Street Cnr Ortlltmnee Void liny Ilcpre'iilatloii in ili'lhodlHt ClmrrlK'H. Chicago, Juue 2 Jiidgc McAllister, of the Reeorder's Court, lias just deeided that a city ordinance to compel a more frequent running of street cars is void. Four of the city Methodist churches yoted yes terday on the question of lay representation, yivins; 295 votes for and 13 against. FOR SALE. FOR SAL E A N ELEGANT COUNTRY RESIDENCE, within rive miles of Market Street Bridge, near the Penn sylvania Railroad. First-class property, in excellent erder ; large mansion, with all modern conveniences, barn, carriage-house, tenant house, fine garden with fruit and vege tables, ice houses, etc etc. Situation high and airy; tine Tiew B. W. BEESLEY, 6 31 niwfSt No. 731 WALNUT Street. s. FOR SALE A HANDSOME THREE- ifi itory Brick Dwelling, on VINE Street, between Kmeteenth and Twentieth. Lot 18 by 117 feet to a street. Double back buildings, gas. bath, water-closet , hot and a FinihMi in flu! stvle. and in excellent repair. tieA .iied vard. Amilv to ti. K. CiARDLNKR, No. 113 South FOURTH Street. 3rtwfmf TOR SALE. VERY FINELY SITUATED T).,ilH, Kit nn Kchonl House Lane, within five minutes' walk of the R. R. station, ltt, 13 or 5 acres, to suit purchasers, i nese properties coiumaau a mi "". are bordered by the lands of the ParkExtension and by beautiful country seals. tU .w xiirci 4,JLi. a a- .a, 33 South THIRD Street. m FOR SALE GERMANTOWN. COM- Vinnaat and tVicM Artn hade, small fro it a. hath, ranne. theater. Apply on , the pjinwes. DUY'8 1 jine. above Church Lane, or to M. C. L1.A, No. 430 WAL i . r. aAiinrta noitititri atiin a kt fAiiin uiu currituie uuuoc. NUT Street, between luand lao'cloca. - wrmn TOR SALE AT ME RC II A N T VI LLE, N. J., a new frame House, ft rooms, side yard and lante Karunn;a very nesiraoie locaiion, uuy r l.i . i . . . J . . .... . l..ina. ji a number of doirable Building Lota. Apply at No, M N. DELAWAHK Avenue, TO RENT. GERMANTOWN PROPERTY TO LET. A large, modern-built bouse, tenant-house, coach. ,u.. and five acres of land, handsomely laid out waiaa and garden ; within two minutes' walk of Duy'e I-a-D J- tion. Apply to J. ARMS TKONO. 6 MUf mo LET A ROX STALL IN A CLUB J. Stable, near Seventeenth and Walnut, until N;vem berl, on reasonable teraua. Apply No. lu5 8. FRONT Street 613t TO LET VERY DESIRABLE SECOND and upper floors of Nos. 42 and M Market street ; llefeeu DICKSON BROTHERB, a.i i.v 6ew tf NO. SA) WtUU l ntrwv. rro RENT AN OFFICE SUITABLE FOR A X p physician or a lawyer, with or without board, at No 1 GIRARD Street. 112 TO HIRE THE NEW STEAM Y AC 111 alaalSABEL. Anolv. 22 LOMBARD St. 6 31fmwlrn' BONNETS, TRIMMINGS, ETO. WOOD & CARY, res CIIESIVXJT St., LATEST STYLES OF FANCY BONNETS AND HATS. w. o., UAT AND IKWfNTJT MATK1UAU PltlCKH IXW. No, Ts WLawwUT trtreefc 1 22 tuwtWairv SUMMER RESORTS. STOCKTON HOTEL, CAPE ISLAND, N. J., WILL OPEN ON THE Mth OF JUNE, 1B69. This ITotol has bwn erected within the past ypar; affords ample accommodations for noarly one thou sand (rnpHls, and Is furnmhed equal to any of the leading hotels In the United Slstos. For terms, etc., until then, address pctkr JAKirvi:it, PROPEIETOR, NO. 307 WALNUT STREET, 6!lm PHII.ADEI.rniA, PA. U R F H O U 8 E, ATLANTIC CITY, N. J., WIU, I1K OPKN FOR fil KHTH JUNK 2H. The plan of the House may bo anen, and rooms secured, until June 90, at the LA i'lKKKK JIOU&'K, Philadelphia. TKKM8 MODKKATK THOMA8 FARLKY. Proprintor. Carl Sentz',Parlor Orchestra haa been engaged for the season. 6 1 lm 0 C E A N H O U S" E . CAPE MAY, NEW JERSEY. Mat 5, m. This well known and favorite House having been thoroughly renovalod and improved, will be ro opened by the undersigned, as a first class Family Hotel, on the twenty-fourth of June next. The OC'F.AN HOUSE is situated within fifty yards of the beach. It offers superior advantages to Familioa on account of quiet and the high character of ita guests ; and it will be kept strictly home like in every respect. Sevonty fire New Bathing Rooms have been added, and many other important improvements, which will contribute greatly to the comfort of visitors. The Proprietors have had several years' experience in Cape May Hotel businosa, and have secured help which will equal that of any other House on tho I.dand, Kvery effort will be mado to give satisfaction to all who may favor the OCEAN HOUSK with their patronage. For Rooms, etc., address D 31 mwf4plm LYCETT it SAWYER. JOHN W. LYCETT. HENRY W. SAWTF.R. CUMMER RESORTS ON TUB LINE OV PHILADELPHIA AND READING RAIL ROAD AND BRANCHES. XANRIOII Ml VISJS, MUUMT VAKBVlV, Mrs. Carolina Wander, PottaviUe P. O., Schuylkill oountf, Tl SCAKnnJl tiuir.tj, Mrs. M. L. Miller. Tuncarora P. O., Sohaylkill count. MANSION HOUSE, W F Hmith, Mahanoy City P. O., Schuylkill county. MOUNT LAKMt.L MUbftK, Charles Culp, Mount Carmel P. O., Northumberland oa WHITE HOUSE, E. A. Moss, Reading P. O. ANDALUSIA, Henry Weaver, Reading P. O. LIVlNti SWINGS HOTEL, Dr A. Smith, Wernersville P. O., Rerks cannty. COLD Sl'KINHS HOTEL. I.EHANON COUNTT, William Lercb, Pine Grove P. O., Schuylkill county. UOVEHTO WN SEM1NA K V, F. 8. Stauffer, Boyertown P. O., Berks county. L1T1Z SWINGS, . Ceorce F. Greider, Lltii P. O., Lanoaater county. EIHHATA SfKINGS, John Frederick, Ephrata P. O.. Tjincaster county. I 'EHKIOMEN bttlDGE HOTEL, Davis Lonsaker, Freeland P. O., Montgomery county. VHOSVEfT TEHHAfE, Dr. James Palmer, Freeland P. O., Montgomery county. SI KlfrG MtljL, tiCiiytt 1, Jacob H. Breish, Conahohocken P. O., Montgomery oo. doutv house, Theodore Howell, Shamokin, Northumberland co. 8 4 2mrp E P H R A TA MOUNTAIN SPRINGS, LANCASTER COUNTY, PA. Tki. .nri .All.known SUMMER RESORT will be openen for the reception of guoats on the loth of Jane, under tbe auspices of J. W.1KKDKRJUK, th former The Ant ire establishment has been renovated and refitted with new and eleitant furniture ICE OOMPANIES. ICE! ICE! ICE! ICE! ICE! Ice! Ice! Ice! Ice! Ice! Ice! Ice! OFFICE OF THE KNICKERBOCKER ICE CO., No. 435 WALNUT St., PHiladelphia. Established 1632. Incorporated 1864. Wholesale and Retail Dealer and Shipper of EASTERN ICE. THOMAS E. CAHILL, President. E. P. KERSHOW, Vice-President. A. HUNT, Treasurer. K. II. COKSE1X, Secretary. c a. v-viu T A jfKNDRT, Superintendent. ICE delivered daily in all parts of the consolidated city tv, Phii.rioltihin. Mantua. Kichmond. Bridesburc. 1 k nH f lemiantown. Prices for families, offices, etc., lor 1 8 lbs. daily 00 cents per week. 12 itt w - :: :: r It M ql UO t mt wholesale uric oh. Order sent to the Office, or any of the following Depots, will receive prompt attention : NORTH PF.NNSYLVAN1A KAiUtUAIJ AIVU MAS- TEH STREET, WILLOW STREET WHARF, Delaware Avenue, RIDGE ROAD AND WILI.OW STREET, TWENTY-SECOND AND HAMILTON STREET, NLNTH STREET AND WASHINGTON AVENUE, and mTLLSxL b J ILSLDiX TT LA. -- i uwiuiauk V V AiAAA r Ice! Ice! Ice! Ice! Ice! Ice H OT OR COLD! WARM WEATHER! GOOD ICE!! SLTrLlED BY THE CARPENTER ICE COMPANY, No. 717 WlaLXOW St.. lhllada. EASTERN ICE exclusively at market rates. Large trade supplied on lair terms. Proprietors. CLOTHS, OASSIMEESETO. X TK AUBUlSAttl Atuu.ur..ur,t i TOE THE STJMMEE SEASON. RETAIL DEPARTMENT OF W.T.SNODGEASS&CO., "So. 34 South SECOND Street, Announce a fresh importation of Genuine Scotch Cheviots, For Gentlemen's Bubmpm and summer Travelling DUltS. Also, a largo and varied assortment o! WILFORD'S WHITE DUCKS. WILFORD'S FIGUKKD DUCKS AND DRILLS. BARNSLEY WHITE AND COLORED DRILLS. ttvtra DUALITY WHITE MARSEILLES, tot fSentlcmen's Vests. NEAT FIGURED LINENS AND DRILLS in great variety, for boys' waar, at low prices. 4 8 8mrp I J AMES & LEE, No.;U NORTH SECOND STREET, SIGN OK THE GOLDEN LAMB, Are now receiving an ENTIRE NEW 8TOCK o Spring and Summer Coatings, To which tber Invite the attention of the trade and outers, UWW AT nOLSSALS ART) RfiTAjL, CIIAS. I. CARPENTER,". .tOHN GLENDENING, . f JOS. M. TKl'MAN, JR., i B IB ltP JOHN R. CAKP.ENTr.it, J JCONOMICAL Mutual Life Insurance Co., of Providence, R. I. SIMON 8. BUCKLIN, C. O. McKNIGHT, .WILLIAM Y. POTTER, President. Viee-PreslilenL flecmar ' HON. ELIZUR WRIGHT, ACTUARY. Among the Directors, all of whom ar meo of tried ability as financiers, ar BX-OOVERNOR WILLIAM SPUAOUK, EARL P. MASON, ESQ., MAJOR-OENKRAL A. K. BtmNSIDIV JOHN CARTER BROWN, ESQ., and MOSES a LOCKWOOD, K3Q. Rates Lower ton other Mutual Companies with Equal Safety and Soundness. Premiums Mon-forfeitable from tho First Payment. ANNUAL CASH DIVIDENDS. Assets January I, 1869 - - S5OO.O80.IO SI 82 of Assets for evry SIOO of Liabilities. Every iruarantee that Is essential to the honest administration of a LIFE INSURANCE TRUST, and tkft tends to promote economy, frugality, and Integrity, will be found In the "ECONOMICAL." FRANCIS S. BELDEN, General Agent, 15 ws ROOMS 26 AND 27, NO. 430 WALNUT STREET, THILA. 6EWINQ MACHINES. HE PARHAM NEW FAMILY SEWING MACHINE, DESIGNED FOR EVERY DESCRIPTION OF FAMILY SEWING, AMD FOR LIGHT MANUFACTURING PURPOSES Is adapted to a much Rreater RANGK OF WORK than any Machine EVEK ofjtjiuivu av iua PUBLIC. IT IS ELEGANT IN STYLE AND FINISH, SIMPLE IN CONSTRUCTION, NOISELESS IN OPERATION, MAKES PERFECT WORK ON EVERY DESCRIP TION OF MATERIAL, IS PERFECTLY FREE IN ALL ITS MOVEMENTS, VERY LIGHT RUNNING, And a pleasure lor the operator to use It. lor tills We c:a:m NEW MACHINE, THE MOST PERFECT, SIMPLE, AND RELIABLE Family Sewing Machine EVER INVENTED, And an examination will convince the most akeptlca . OFFICE AND SALESROOM, No. 704 CHESNUT Street. The Parham Sewin?. Machine Co. 6 lmrp FURNITURE. FURNITURE. T. & J. A. HENKELS HAVING REMOVED TO THEIR ELEGANT STORE, No. 1002 ARCH Street, Are now selling FIRST-CLASS FURNITURE at rery Reduced Prices. 418mrp P U R N I TURK. A. & H. LEJAMBRE HAVE REMOVED THEIR Mire & UpMsterim Warerooms TO NO. 1127 CHESNUT STREET, 8 10 wfmemrp GIRARD ROW. Ja P. D A N K 8 O N, COMMISSION MERCHANT, No. 143 DOCK STREET, ; Agent In Philadelphia for the Celebrated Potomac Mills Hydraulic Cement. i t- 1 ; ' J I This celebrated Cement Is used upon all tho public buildings at Washington, D. C and has been ana lyzed by Dr, Henry Ernl, lute Consulting Chemist at the Department of Agriculture, who pronounces It equal to the best Roman Cement. It has been known and used at the South since 1330, and every lock on the Chesapeake and Ohio Canul, from Cumberland to Alexandria bears testimony to Its merits. Builders and Contractors generally are Invited to gubjuci U tQ tbe Bcycreat tot. 1 wotrp INSURANCE. THE NAT LIFE INSURANCE I O N A L COMPANY : or Tin United States of America. WASHINGTON, D. C. CHARTERED BY SPECIAL ACT OF CONGRESS APPROVED JULY 88, 1S08. CANII CAPITAL, $ 1,000,000. , t IIltANGH OFFICE l FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDIN3, PHILADELPHIA, Where the bualnessof the Company la trarwacteti;' and to which ail general correspondence aaooM b addressed. . DIRECTORS. Clabbncb n. Clark, Jat Cook, John W. Elms, W. G. Mookhbad, Geokob K. Ttlbk, J! UtMCBLKT CLAHK, E. A. Rollins, Hbnrt D. Coo kk, Wiixiam K. Chanolkb, John D. Dbfkhbs, Edward Dodok, H. C fARNBSTOOK. OFFICERS. Clarbnci H. Clark, Philadelphia, President. Jat Cookk, Chairman Finance and Executive Com mittee. Hbnrt D. Cookk, Washington, Vloc-Prealdent, Emkkhon W. Pbbt, Phliadelphia, Secretary aad Actuary. E. S. Turner, Washington, Assistant Secretary. Francih G. Smith, M. D., Medical Director. J. Ewua Hilars, m. D Assistant Medical Dlreo- .tor. MEDICAL ADVISORY BOARD. J. E. Barnes, Surgeon-General U. & A., Wash ington. P. J. HoRwrrz, Chief Medical Department, U. S. N.. Washington. D. W. liuss, M. D., Washington. SOLICITORS AND ATTORNEYS. Hon. William E. Chandler. Washington, D. C GKORQK llARDUtO, Philadelphia, Pa, THE ADVANTAGES Offered by this Company are: It Is a National Company, chartered by special act of Congress, 1808. It has a paid-up capital of 11,000,000. It offers low rates of premium. It furnishes larger insurance than other companies for the same money. It is detlnlte and certain in Its terms. It Is a home company in every locality. Its policies are exempt from attachment. There are no unnecessary restrictions In the poli cies. Every policy Is non-forfeltable. Policies may be taken which pay to the insure their full amount and return all the premiums, bo that the insurance costs only the Interest on the an nual payments. Policies may be taken that will pay to the lnsnred. after a certain number of years, during life, an an nual income of one-tenth the amount named In thai policy. No extra rate Is charged for risks upon the lives oX females. It insures not to pay dividends, but at so low a coat that dividends wHl be Impossible. 8 S wsrp NEW PUBLICATIONS. ALPHABETICAL ; INDEX TO THE NEW TESTAMENT. A UHCful and necessary help in the study of thst Scriptures, and in thu preparation of Sunday-school lessens. Prices, 1f, 40, and 60 cents. Just published bv the AMERICAN 8UNDAY SCllOOL UNION, No. lla Chesnut Street, Phila delphia. B 81 mwftit LL THE NEW HOOKS FOR SALE AT? WHOLESALE PRICES BY POIITHK A CO ATI: 8, NO. 822 CHESNUT STREET, ' Marble Building, adjoining the Continental. Our n?w and elegant 1 SUmwrtr AitT ;ai.i.i:kv Now open.with the fineBt collection of PAINTINGS, CHROMOS, and ENGRAVINGS in the city. f rpiIE MAN OF SORROWS THE HON OF MAN: Discourses oa Us) Humanity of Josua Christ. By F. CONLIN, D. D., Mini, ter of the National Church of Uaneva. On voluma, lauufc. Cloth. Prioa, $1-76. Just published by CLAXTON, REMSKN A HAFFKLFINQER. ' Nos. 819 and 831 MAKKKT Street. , Knr aal hv all BooksollHrs. 1 81 Bt , I xr.nni naturai fi Avar ?mwn m ,m- . .... -' " ' H9- Families and Restaurateurs pronounce them so pa. rlor in llavor, solidity and suautlty to any heretofom " For sale by all FlrsKtass Grocers. , Dealers in Canned Fruits are requested to enter their orders early, for the coming season's supply, at bole Agency, 4 No. 40 N. WATER Street, Philadelphia. OUINTON PACKING COMPANY, EXCLUSIVE H PACK KltS OF OUINTON TOMATO KS. factory, cuaibcrlaaa w., isw Jowy. 0 ty lmrp f "4