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HIE - DAILY EVENING TELEQUArH PHILADELPHIA.. SATURDAY, JUNE 10, 1869.
CITY I!tTELLIEWCD. MARKETS AND WHARTE3. Home I tiWli Htfttlntlro Rrlntlv to thu cuilion odllvnlalffThrm In rMlndrlpblaw Below we present a summartaed. statement ' market Houses aad the more valuable P"b'lc wharves anl landings, under the supervision or tne Department of Markets and City Froperty. connected witn our municipal government: ' MARKET HOUSES. Jtaw " Hmho Wharton Market ; Zwvm Washington Market lt.n",J-J.h ikm-oa Eleventh Ht Market I and J.lM-OO 8. Second Ht. Market Mh. S'2J2 N. Becond HU Market "ft"nv:yln ?'2nS2 (vuinwhiUSt. Market lth and 13th .... 4,o76,nu flnrinSGarden JBt Market 18th and Uth .... 9,3-B0 fffl Aven?e Market. . ..1Mb, 17th. A StOth. U,80 Richmond Market 1?th 88J0 Fraukford Market Wd WW Total...- IW.B17-7S Supposed valuation 1570,000-00 WHARVK9 AND LArWINOS. The fallowing shows the annual rental of the dif ferent wharves and landings, exclusive of those which do not reach fWH). Except where otherwise indicated, the wharves named are located on the Delaware river: Jr.rmlnntlon Rm per Ifomtitm. of Ia-e.. Annum: Washington street. March 1, 1870 tl.fiOO Christian street March 1,1870 2,800 Almond street March 1, 1872 1,200 Southstreet January 1, 1870.... 1,100 Tine street April 1, 1872 w Pock street January 1, 1870.... 9,000 Chesnut street July 1, 1870 8,000 Market street (south). . .March 1, 1871 2,000 Market street (north). . .January 1, 1872. ... 600 Arch street (south) July 1, 1876 2,000 Kace street August 14, 1871.... 2,400 Vine street April 27, 1871 8.IWT ClallowhiU street July 7, 18ri 8,00) Noble street March 1, 1872 5,000 Jreenstieet March 1, 1872 6,000 tioates street Marc a 1, 1871 o,rr l'oiilar street Inly 1. 119 1,7m) Hanover street July 17, 18t9 noo Allegheny avenue March 1, 1871 f00 ( ihcsuut st (Sclmyl kill) 4,680 nwoi runlul linclnilinir those excluded In the list) 61,644 Valuation (including those excluded in tne Ret) 1,070,50 THE SCHUYLKILL NAVY. Concluding Day of the Annual Reizn.Ua. This afternoon, upon the river Schuylkill, at Fair ' mount, the remainder of the races arranged for the annual regatta of the Schuylkill Navy take place. As the day Is pleasant, though warm, thousands of spec tators will line the banks and dot the 1)1 mi's of the Park near the starting point Saturday last, the Orst day of the contests, witnessed many hundreds of Visitors, IrlOUgn out nine inierent wits uhuiuctj mum on account of the failure of the llrst-class race; but as all opportunity for a view this season of such an aquatic spetitacle will have passed away when the sun dips this evening, crowds who were absent be fore win he nresent to-dav. Toon this score. If unou no other, It behooves our oarsmen to do their pret tiest this mternoon. At 5 o'clock the Commodore will signal the start. Before that time all the boats are expected to be Nady manned and prepared for the long pull. Three races will come oft The first race will be between the Hiawatha, six oared outrigger, of the Malta Club, and the Nautilus, four-oared shell, of the Quaker City Club. The crews of these boats having been disappointed by the withdrawal of contestants of their own classes, have agreed on this trial of skill and endurance. The Nautilus is allowed eighteen seconds start The second contest will be a single-shell race between M. Schmidt and C. II. Clark for" the champion belt and a gold medal. This race will take place at. fi-45 P. M. The third race will be between double-scull boats, In which there will he at least three contest ants, alter wnicn mere win oe a suuu race Dctween three members of the navy. Tne Alcvon Boat Club, of Brooklyn, was met yes terday at Burlington by the Bachelors' Club, of this city, and escorted by the latter to their house on the Schuylkill, above the dam. The men, although much fatigued, having rowed Ilfty-Qve miles on Wednes day, are in nrst-rato condition, and will appear on the Hchuvlklll to witness the regatta this afternoon. On their arrival last night, a collation greatly sur prised and refreshed tuem at tne nacneiors' nouse, and they were formally and cordially welcomed by the .President of that Club, to which their captain resnonded. After to-day's regatta the Alcyons silp with the Bachelors at tne f uns, nospicaiiiies nave aiso Deen toniicrvil hv the I'aclflc Harare Club, but as th Aloyons return home on Monday, they cannot be accepted. T.i y representation in tiib M. E. Church. The (inestion of lay representation in the General Con. ference has been voted npon in several of the Meth odist Episcopal Churches of the city, since the last statement The vote for and against the proposed change, and the membership of the churches, were as follows: Xo. 6f For. AgaiMt. Members. Nineteenth street 4 o wo Tabernacle 80 4 410 Front Street. .". 78 8 600 Scott 84 10 325 Arch Street If 4 2 82t Trinity 151 848 Cohocksink 69 . 14 335 Fifth Street 69 ' 49 460 Whaiton street so 20 eoo 766 113 3499 Previously published. ...1412 177 6673 Total thus far 8168 290 9072 This gives a majority of 1878 votes in favor of lay representation In the twenty-one different churches which have thus far disposed of the subject Since the above was put In type, we have re ceived tne vote in two other cnurcnes, as roiiows:- No. of For. Jgalntl. Mcutler: Western 85 0 840 SlloaiU 65 6 415 Total, 23 chnrches... .2328 295 , 972 Solemn Catholic Ceremonies. The temporary new Catholic Church of St Charles Borromeo, at Twentieth and Christian streets, Rev. Jas. O'lteilly. pastor, will be formally opened to-morrow morning at 10 o'clock, with much solemnity. - The sermon will be preached by Bight Rev. Bishop Wood, and a Treat number or tne ciergy are expected to oe pre sent Haydn's great Mass in C will be sung by a special choir, composed of the leading artists of the city, with full orchestral accompaniment, under the direction of Mr. T. E. Harking, together with many ll l to dcicvuuuk iiivluuju plant. It? i'i;uill, the "InOammatus" of Kosuini, the "Halve Maria" of Mercadante, the "Venl Sancte"of Sechtcr, aud the hymn "Jste Confessor," In honor of St Charles Bor romeo. At tne conclusion oi tne solemn ceremonies, jnenaeissonns "urana maren- win oe penoriueu. A Serenade. At a late hour last evening William E. Littleton, Esq., President of the Society of the Alumni of Uirard College, was tendered the compli ment oi a serenade uy a nuiuucr or nis confreres. The Liberty Comet Band accompanied them and discoursed the music. It will be borne In miud that Mr. Littleton was recently elected a director of the college, anu It was to express the gratification of the society, over which he bo ably and courteously pre sides, at his election, that the serenade was given. Were anything wanting to confirm his Interest in the Institution from which he graduated, and cement his attachment for those who were once his fellow students, it would have been afforded by the pleasant OCCaSlOU OI "Mil evening. Th Arrival op the Cincinnati Babe Ball Clcb. The Cincinnati Base Ball Club, who have accomplished such wonderful success lu their tour of the Northern aud Eastern States, arrived in the city last night,- and were received by a delegation f Mih Athletic Club, who escorted them to the Washington Hotel, which will be their headquarters .lnrinir tiu-ir stav in Philadelphia. This afternoon they contend with the Olympic nine on the ground at Twenty-nun ami jeiienwm urw Tn llmnr-MiKKKH. CAPITALISTS, AND OTHERS. Will be sold at public salt, by order of the Board of Directors of the Douglass isncit-inaiuug uoiupaur, on Tuesday next, at the Exchange, very valuable clay lot, 21 acres; large mansion, two u-uum iiuuneo, railroad track connecting with Heading Railroad, kriik-vH.Kl. sheds, kiln, clay-house, engine-house, etc. etc For particulars. Bee Thomas 4 Sous' cata logues, lssuid to-day, Nos. 139 and 141 8. Fourth street a rivbr Pirate cauuht. The Delaware Ilarbor police caught James Thompson last night, off Kaigbn's Point, In a sklir which contained a lot of .v. .....I I . t. mi fmin vuplAll. uuajllld ThM rOPe, WHICH lltUl IU'll. vuu.. . ...m.o. m roiV nd boat are at the Ilarbor Police Station awaiting an owner. James will be at the Central thin urt.Tiuioii. when he will also be arraigneil on a charge of being concerned In the assaulting oi a citizen at .League isianu uuuui uvu wccm A Uandbomr Fair. The beautiful floral, fruit, and fancy lair at Concert Hall, in aid of thu North Tenth street Presbyterian Church, closes to-night The flowers are in abundance, refreshment remarkably delicious, and the domestic articles not only very choice anil elegant, but oUvred at very rwuwmaWe ma mortality of th City. The nnmbcr of deaths In the city fer the week ending at noon to-dar was V4H, being a aecrease oi irom me correspond inir mrlod of last vear. Of theie. 107 were adult: 141 minors; 189 were born In the United States; 4S were foreign ; 11 were niAnown; 11 were people of color; and 18 from the country. Of the number, 5 died of congestion of the brain; 12 of lnnammat.lo t of the lungs; 12 of marasmus; 8 of typhoid fever; and 6 ol ii age. The neatns were aivicica as lonows among tne different wards: : Wanls. I Ward. First 8 Fifteenth 14 Second 16 Sixteenth 9 Third 8 Seventeenth 11 Fonrth. HKighteenth 11 Fifth 8 Nineteenth. 25 Sixth 6'Twentieth. 14 Seventh 12 Twenty-first 3 Klghth 7 Twenty-second 3 Ninth 2 Twenty-third B Tenth B'Twenty-fourth. T Kleventh ' Twenth-fifth 11 Twelfth 9Twcnth-slxth 10 Thirteenth B Twenty-seventh 6 Fourteenth 2! Twenty-eighth. 8 Raio on HORSK-nKvi.Kiia. For some sime past the Mayor has received complaints from residents and those who transact business in the vicinity of Ninth and sansnm streets of the conduct of tne peo ple who attend tne weekly sales of horses, carrnages, and harness at the Bazaar at that point The busi ness men also complained that they could with great difficulty reach their places of business, owing to the niocKaiie oi streets uy tne wagons ami norscs oi those attending the cut;. About 11 o'clock this mo.nlng, the Chief detailed a posse of the Meserve corps, who visited tne place and took into custody about twenty of the dealers and buyers. Considerable excitement was occasioned by the wholesale arrest, and a large crowd of persons fol lowed the procession, which was formed of police men, drivers, horsns, and wagons, to the Central Station. Arriving at the station, the prisoners were taken before Justice Kerr, who, after a hearing, held mem to Keep uie pence. Tn Somt Street Altercation. We have been waited upon by a person residing In the Immediate neighborhood of tne recent altercation on NoRth street, In which Bernard Dugan sustained severe In juries at tne nanus oi .lonn wiuespie, and on his au thority state thatuillesple's assertion that his female companions were insulted ny a party of men stand- n. . 1 ,a B i nwn L' lu H'llhniK n i r.iiim nt tin t n truth. The persons living in the neighborhood who saw or heard the dispute say that no such Insult was offered as alleged by Oiiiespie, anil they do not ucsirc tnat inctr particular section oi tne city siiouid acquire a reputation oi sucn a cnaracter. SrsrECTED of Theft. Henry Miller was going along Reed street last evening, with his coat over his arm. In the coat were a number of valuable books and papers. A couple of you,ng thieves, stole the coat and then put off. Subsequently Joseph Burns and William Godshall were arrested for committing the theft The coat was recovered. Its owner is re quested to call at the Second District Station. The prisoners nave ocen neni ior a mrtner hearing by AKierman iiitermarv. L 1 AKUESTKD FOR ASSAUIiTINW KEVKNUE OKFICKHs. Deputy United States Marshals Murray and Bayncs yesterday proceeded tn Richmond und arrested James Peeples on a warmnt issued by United States Commissioner llimncr, charging him with being concerned in ineauucK on Assistant Assessor House, of the Fifth district, on Wednesday last, while tn the discharge of his duty. Peeples was held In f-2.V.K) bail for a hearing when Mr. House is sulllclentlv re- covereu to appear against mm. Folk'K Appointments. The following batch of policemen were announced tins myrning: mrBi uisinct cuwiuii uarr. Fourth District John Kagun. Sixth District W. J. Curry. Fifteenth District ict rge W. Sinister. Sergeant. vice A. liomen. Sixteenth District Benjamin R. Hooper. Caught with Stolen Goods Alonzo Gardiner was hailed at Delaware avenue and Chesnut street. by Policeman O'Neill, of the Fourth district, about 11 o'clock last night, with an awning in his possession. wnicn lie nau removed i ruin a vessel lying in tne river. Alonzo dropped the plunder and jumped in tne Delaware, ne was niongni to terra nrma ami taken before Alderman Kerr, who sent him below, A Runaway anp SMAHH-rr A pair of horses Ht. t ached to a wagon belonging to Mr. Santee took fright last evening at York avenue and Willow street, and ran off. The driver was thrown out and dragged some distance. One of the animals, on reaching (Jreen street, Siruck a cart breaking a leor. He was shot in the head. The carriage was consid erably damaged Stealing Door Keyo. Joseph Atkins was ar rested last night at Seventh and South streets, while trv'ing the doors of the residences In that locality. He had a number of keys in his possession, one of wnicn was meutiiied uy ur. itogers. residing at :no. 635 Pine street He had a hearing before Alderman Kerr, who committed nini ior trial. Ho for Gloucester! No more Pleasant nlace upon the banks of our Delaware can bo found than Gloucester i-oint urcezes, cooled by the waters. and snaiie oi trees and ousnos. air or country odors. all invite an hour's flight from the dust and heat of the city. The boats leave South street wharf at short intervals miring tne tiny. Fire at Powers & Wkhuitman'h. At two o'clock this morning a number of carboys of vitriol, located in the factory of Powers ft we'ghtman, at Minth and Parribh streets, were discovered to be on fire. The firemen were nnickiy on tne ground, and tne total destruction oi tne place preveuteu. A MlOi'LlKTRH. I. Iiai lCS OII11U1 BIOIB a lOl OI ttllMUB from the front of a store at Fifth and Callowhlll streets, yesterday, and was captured sohrtlv after. lie nau a nearing neiore Aiuerman Toianu, wno ntiiu him in boo ban ior trial House Robbery. Yesterday afternoon the rest di nee of Mr. Malone, at No. 622 Wharton street, was entered by false keys, aim rotmeu or one gold aud two sliver watches, j.-w in gold, anu two Govern ment bonus oi iiuo t-acn, A Novel Order It is said, on good authority, that in several of the police stations of the citv an order has been Issued notifying the appointees that they must subscribe ior uie Aye, tne morning Demo cratic newspaper, A DESERTED WIFE. Mic Propose n New Code for Mothenln-Tiaw. From the Troy Time, June 17. Yesterdav a Mrs. Anule Osborn appeared In the city of Albany in search of a runaway husband, who, according to her story, had eloped with or been stolen by his own mother. It seems that Mrs. Osborn senior and Mrs. Oi-Ihuh junior could not dwell together In unity and love under the same vine and fig tree; and the former, having more Influence over the miud of the son and husband than the latter had, took him under her apron-strings and ran off with him. Annie, the deserted wife and affectionate daughter-in-law. thereupon publishes the following card to the public, In which she shows that she Is a woman of vim and no mistake : 'Information wanted of Charles William Osliorn. who eloped with his sweet angel of a mother, who retains tne faculty of disturbing the peace of all with whom she comes tn contact The lady and gentle man who are the cause of my penning these lines lived at No. Weht Thirty-eighth street. New York. and on the Uth day of May, 1&9, the loving couple eloped to Albany, Including a sister, named Libbie, a black and tan dog nam-d Fanny, a cartload of fur niture, and all the hat boxes his mother conld collect for years. The gentleman who has so deeply fallen in love with the live stock and dead stock above mentioned, deeply regret to say, happens to be the husband of the much persecuted won an ho writes these lines. I am anxious to Und him not that I ever purpose stooping so low as to live with him, but as he is twenty-tux years old, I nave serious thoughts of assist ing bis mother to wean liini. His stature is five feet eight inches; he has brown eyes, brown hair, mous tache and goatee, and is rather good-looking what i once considered qniie tne pinK oi beaux. The angel's name Is Hannah Osborn, widow of David Osliorn, who lived near Kensselaervllle. Her maiden name was Lugrange. 1 wish thoso gentlemen who have the ruling of things in general would have the kindness to enact a law allowing people to hang, choke, or smother all mothers-in-law who Intention ally and maliciously make disturbances between husband and wife. Any information of him will be thankfully received by his wife, Annie Osborn, at Police Headquarters, State street, Albany." -' '- m Tw in J. ' 715 CHESNUT ST., PUIUDELPJIIA. THIED EDITION DOMESTIC AFFAIRS. The War of Kacos In Washing. ton-iircs in New York Affairs in Baltimore. Elo. lilc, Ktc, Etc., Etc. FROM B ALT IMP R E. Death mf a Prominent Clilzea-Mteauiiltln news. fiptr.ial Denpatch to The Evening Telegraph. Baltimore, June 15). Clutrles Howard, ouo of the old revolutionary Howard stock, who was a Follcc Commissioner In Baltimore in 1811, and arrested for disloyalty and imprisoned la Fort Wnrren for fourteen months, died at Oakland yesterday, where he had jrono in Bcarcli of health. Dr. John II. O'Donovnn, a prominent Ba'ti- more physician, died yesterday after a brief illness. The steamer Baltimore, of the Bremen line, arrived hero yesterday evening with eight hun dred passengers and u full cargo. FROM WASHINGTON. The Negro Fqualltv Question. D?pteh to the Aoeiated Pre.M. Washington, June 19. The Bricklayers' Union has expelled six of its members because they persisted in working with two colored bricklayers at the Washington Navy Yard. FROM NFAV YORK. A PciHtrncllve Fire In Rochester. Rochester, Juno 19. The tannery of Alllu? Brothers, of this city, situated at Carapbelltown, on the Erie Railway, wn destroyed by fire last night. The loss has not been asccrtal aed. In surance . 12,000. markets by Telegraph. Nkw York, Jnne 19. Stocks very weak. Gold, 186?i. Exchange, 6-209, 1862,121 : ; do. 1864, : do. 1865, 1185 ; new. 119V: do. 186T. 119'. : 10-4O8. 108; Virginia os, 61 M ; Missouri 6s, 93 ; Canton Co., 63; Cumberland preferred, 83V : New York Central. inn-" ; tienumg, m ; iiuuson uiver, iwj ; Michigan Central, 133; Michigan Southern, 103 u ; Illinois Central, 143; Cleveland and Pittsburg, .ri'i; Chicago and Rock Island 116V; PltUburg aud Fort Wayne. 163 V; Erie, 80. 4 New okk, June 19 The Cotton market favors buyers; sales of 100 bales at 82 vc Flour active and advanced: sales of Ih.ihh) barrels State atf l-aa.s 6-70: Western at 4-(kn.T,26. Wheat firmer but quiet Corn dull and declined ; sales of 82,0H) bushels at 6f(332c by canal, and 83( 87 by railroad. Oats quiet and tin changed ; sales of 1H,0;0 bushels. Beef quiet. Pork quiet; new mess, f32-Si. Lard dull at 19-!i(i;19;;. Whisky Arm at 1 -031-04. Baltimore, June 19 Cotton less Arm at 83c. Flour active and unchanged. Wheat firmer; prime reu, ii -own i-oo. corn uuu anu weas; yenow, tHKnjWO. uuis uiuifcai (uenjiuc. itye, ji-20. rrovlstous un changed, except for Pork, which so'.d at 134. Whisky firm attl-03(i 04. San Francisco, June 18. Flour quiet atll-BOa tS-CO. Wheat quiet at $M531-60. Legal-tenders, 73; Stork Quotations by Teleraih-3 P. IH. Glendennlng, Davis A Co, York bouse the following :- report through their New N. Y. Cent.K 180 Toledo and Wabash Mil. A SU Paul R.... MIL & St. Paul pref. Adams Express Wei Is, Fargo A Co... United States. ..67M . TO. Fh. and Kea. It 96 Mich. d. and JN. i. k. .108 Cle. and Pitt. It 94 ChL and N. W. com.. 78 Chi. and N. W. pref . . 98 i . 81 . 69 V . 81) X . ea . 61M .136 K ChL and R. I. R 115! Tennessee 6s. new. . Fltts. F. W. CHL K.1B2 'i Paclllo Mall Steam... 88 ' Western Union Tel.. 89 i Gold Market irregular. PHILADELPHIA STOCK EXCIIANGK SALES. Reported by De Haven A Bro. No. 40 8. Third street. AFTER HOARD. 111000 N Jer Exemp 200 BllRead...ls.2d. 48tf 200 do 48; sewn.. 104 SI 000 Mor CI lm bs. 80 12000 N Pcnna 6s. . . 91 100 sh Penna R.... 65 T do 65 100 do 030. 65i 100 do bUO. 56 12 doallot m's. 65 100 do..sl0wn. 68 H 100 sh Ph A E R.b20 81 1IHJ UO IIHU. 48 800 do....2UL 48X 800 d0..l8.b5AI. 4S 1UU (10 D30 48 100 do. 48tf 4UU (10. .. 2(1 Al. 4S V 200 do ..bSAill. 48X 100 do blO. 4S 100 do blO. 48X 100 sh Read 2d. 48-69 0OU ao IS. 48 '( 200 20O 100 800 100 100 600 do, b5t..48'69 100 do 600 do Is. 100 do. 48 48, do. do. oo. do. do. do. C. 48, 2d.48-69 48)4 ...Is. c. 48 b30. 48Ji 100 do....2dAL 100 do 100 ....b5Al. 48.',; 48 C.48-69 4,8, 48 DISASTER. I'oIIIhIoii nt Ken The linrqne Alitry A. Troop Hunk bv I he Nt miner 1'i-iiiimvI vanlii. The steamship Pennsylvania, which arrived at JNew iotk on tne iin insu iroin Liverpool, came in collision on the 16th Inst, on" George's Shoals, with the barque Mary A. Troop, of St. John, N. U.,C'aptain Cain, from Ardrossan, Scotland, for the same port, laden with pig Iron, cutting the vessel tn two, caus ing ner to sihk almost instantly, taking uown with her the captain and five of the crew. Mr. John llealy, first ottlcerof the barque, one of the survivors, makes the following statement: The Mary A. Troop left Ardrossan May 13 with a cargo of 40 tons of pig Iron, bound to New York. Had a pleasant passage up to the 15th Inst., at which time were tn the vicinity of George's Shoals, a dense, fog prevailing at the time. At half-past 9 A. M. was run into by the steamship Pennsylvania, of the National Steamship Company's line, from Liverpool for New York, striking the barque auildshlp and cut ting ner completely in two. livery one was on deck at the time of the collision ; but the vessel went down so suddenly that but four out of the crew of ten were saved. The Pennsylvania lowered her boats and remained in the vicinity three-quarters of an hour, but could not find any others of the crew. The following are the names of those lost aud saved: Saved John llealy. Isle of Man, first officer. Sea menJames Williams (colored), of West Indies; samuei Joiinson, or Troon ; August Johnson, or Ger many. tost George R. Cain, of Yarmouth, N. 8., cap tain ; Richard Dyer, of Falmouth, England, second offlcer. Seamen John Martin, of Suowdon, N. 11. ; Frederick Mills, of New York; Ilenry Brown, of New lorn; joun ioni, oi u .joiin, in. ii. Annexx-d Is the statement of Captain Hall, of the Pennsylvania: The Pennsylvania left Queenstown on the 3d of June, was on ueorge s jsauk at 10 A. m. oil the I5tn, when, during a dense fog and going seven Knots, a vessel s oeu was ucani at tne oow, and im mediately a vessel loomed up close under her bow.-t. The steamer's ougines were reversed full speed, bin In about a minute the two vessels came In collision, and the barque, which proved to be the Mary A. Troop, of St, John, N. B., from Ardrossan, bound to New York, loaded with pig Iron, went down In stantly. Only four of the crew out of ten were saved, l wo noais were immediately sent rrom tile Htcmner and rowed round the wreck for tluve-quar- ters oi an nour. THE NUDE WOMAN QUESTION. -Olive Logan, in I'aeLntd'H iUinthly, becomes responsible for an elaborate comment on this oucstton. Miss Logan complains that her omission (In denouueiug the "leg business' ) to oeiena tue drama, as usual, in her Woman's Suffrage Convention speech, has brouulu upon her any quantity of denunciation as an eueiuv or tne stage, sue makes a good deieuso and pre sents a strong argument nmiinst the blondes! "The Nude Woman of to-day represents nothing but herself. She runs upon the stage giggling; troU down to the footlights, winks at the audience, rat tles on" from her tongue some stupid attempts at wil, some iwauuiiug anusions to borosis, or licneral Grant, or other subject prominent in the public eve. and is always peculiarly aud emphatically herself the woman, that is, whoso nume la on the bills In large letters, and who considers herself an object of admiration to the spectators. "Aliimiii.rii roe niriil's.c tinr on an o,..Mna n.l her suiiiM runglug from fifty to a thousand dollars a week according to her value In their eves. ActriiMurtu who love virtue better than money are driven into me scrceis uy ner, anq ii oecomes a grave and solemn question with hundreds of honorable women w ii in i ne Nuan no to earn a iivmioo(l. "I say It is ni tiling less than an Insult to the mem bers of the dramatlo profession that these nude women should be classed among actresses, ami hi,i possession of the majority of our theatres. Their place Is in the concert saloons or the circus leuts. Theatres are for artists." CUBA. The Cabinet Divided upon the Qnestloo of ueroaaitian. The N. Y. Herald publishes the following In Its Washington correspondence: It Is understood that as soon as the President and the members of the Cabinet who are now absent return, the Cuban question will be the subject of a Cabinet meeting, it is conceded ny some or tne Cabinet memliers now here that the time has arrived when some definite policy should be adopted towards Cuba. From the beginning the cablnot nas been divided on this question. The President favors the Cubans, and would be willing to grant them belli gerent rights, but his Cabinet Is against him. The sympathies of Secretary Fish, It Is well known, are witn tne moans, out ne ones not wisn u auopi a policy which he thinks would place us tn an Incon sistent Ugh; before Great Britain, especially while the Alabama claims question is pending. He has done nothing, however, against the Cubans, and Dinning to mrtner tne spanisn uuerests. lie nan nothing whatever to do with the recent arreBt of the Cubans In New York, and declines to take any action In the premises. Even the Cuban envoy and his sec retary give Mr. Fish full credit for his sympathies to wards the patriot Cubans. The erudite Attaruey General Hoar is pronouncedly against the Cubaas, and asserts that if they are harbored here, and their conduct winked at bv officers of the Government, they will get us Into trouble with Spain, a couutry he seems to regard with somo dread. Hoar, it is understood, has issued Instruc tions to all United States district attorneys ami mar shals to keep a sharp lookout for Cuban agents, and toarresi vnem upon tne nrst sign or an attempt to Infringe noon the neutrality laws. The Secretary of the Navy would be willing to lend the Cubans a neipmg nanu. "ixin i ne too vigilant in watcning for filibuster expeditions In Cuban waters," Is the language of his heart to Admiral llotr. Boutwell naturally sides with Hoar, aud Is for a strict enforce ment of the neutrality laws against the Cubans Kawllns, cox, and creswell are ludtnt-rent. Thus the matter stands. What policy will be adopted when the question is again brought before thu Cabi net remains to be seen. Victories Gained br the Patriots. From a letter written In Santiago de Cuba on tho 2cth of May, we obtain this information: or some days a report has been current tnat an expedition had landed, which was continued by the arrival of a small steamer from Mayarl, carrying a number of wounded. By these means it became Known mat a large expedition nau lanueu on tuo coast near Mayarl, and that an engagement had taken place with the government troops, wno had to retreat for want of ammunition. Every one un derstood by this that the Spanish troops had beeu badly routed. The letters that rcacned us by sare bands cleared np all doubts. The Spaniards having learned that a large steamer (the Pent) was landing a strong armed force on the coast, sent about 200 men to attack tnem, out tnese were oeatea, naving twenty-five men aud three officers killed and sixty or seventy wounded. The Spanish troops were dis persed and fearfully raked by grape from the guns of the patriots. The following day another attack was made by reinforcements, but they shared the same late, losing about 200 killed and wounded. Alter the second attack Donato Marmol arrived with an addi tional force of 2000 patriots, and the Spaniards fled to Mayarl on board the Government men-of-war. Tho Spaniards are greatly alarmed at these two vic tories, but the patriots are immensely enthusiastic. Accounts are continually coming In, and the loss of the Spaniards in the two tights must have been 8(H) men, and tho victory is made evident by the large arrivals of wounded. Tho whole splendid cargo of the Perlt Is now safely In the li'iuds of the liberating army, and wit h such reinforcements it cannot fail to obtain signal and brilliant victories. The troops landed were under command of General Jordan and several efficient officers. They are now Joined by Beveral thousand men, but will not move far from tne coast at present, as other expeditions are expected. News has doubtless been received respecting the great light at Las Tunas, in which a convoy was cap tured ; but the following details have now come to hand : The Spaniards lost lu killed and wounded aiiout sixty men, one cannon and mules, 160 mus kets aud ninety-seven prisoners. Tne patriot offi cer who commanded this brilliant attack was Vln cente Garcia. General Buccta, who left here wilh 1500 men in order to communicate with Vaimasedu, could reach no further than the village of Pulma Soriau, distant about ten leagues, having puttered great loss by the attacks or tne troops under uenerai r enx rigue redo. In one of the ambuscades Birceta's horse was shot from under him. The number of his wounded and sick is stated to be fully 400. This column suf fered severely by the climate owing to the men being freshly landed, but especially Irom the vomito. much trouble arose irom tue insuooritination oi the men, many of whom were shot by General Bu ceta's orders; some accounts state this number even to reach forty. Even the Spaniards confess to these facts, and also that the men are deserting, numbers hading already Joined Flgueredo at J iguauy. Gene ral Gomez did not allow theui one minute's rest, but continually harassed them, causing niuch loss. At last a splendid ambuscade, led by Colonel Antonio jviaceo, caused tnem a loss oi iourteen men ana ten muskeis, besides urivmg tuem some distance. Another glorious encounter. The Spanish Govern ment shipped some 400 men toManiabou for the purpose oi cutting on tne retreat or uie expedition, but the mcmliers had already joined the liberating forces under Quesada and Marmol, who drove them back, and obliged them to re-embark in all haste, leaving a great number of dead aud wounded, who were picked up by tne patriots. Here again tne snaumn troops gave evidence or tneir cruel propen sities by committing acts bloody aud horrifying to all civilized minds. Juan Gonzales, a colored man. was surprised bv the Catalan volunteers In the fields, and made to suffer the most cruel martyrdom, recalling the acts of the middle ages. The eyes were cut out with bayonets. the teeth were all pulled out, his body otherwise fearruny mutilated, ana tnen tne smvering mass was riddled witn nans anu bayonet turusts. xney mur dered the wife aud two sous of Pedro Acosta merely because he had Joined the Insurrection. He, how ever, avenged his loss by surprising them on the read to Jiguany, killing twenty-six and wounding maky more, ah tne I amines aooutdiguany anu Bane who nave members witn tne insurgents are made to sutler Innumerable cruelties. The Spanish Government. In order to destroy the effect of the victories obtained by the patriots at Mavari and the landing of the expedition, has fabri cated an illusory account, In which It Is stated that the expedition was routed and all its ammunition taken. This, however, is utterly false. tstilamtn oi May lu puonsncs a circular ny lguacio Mora, which gives the lie to General Dulce's state ment that the revolution In Cuba was ended, and as serts that Cuba is now nions than ever lost to spam. I) RIG II AM. The .linn with the Seventy-five Wive, or More lie l.lveiu Aa vice io itticiiciors. . At a recent meeting In the Salt Lake Tabernacla. tsrignuiu loung reiieveu nis ininu inus: S0MKT11ING WRONG BOMIWHKKB. There are a great many single men In our midst who ougnt to nave wives, ami a great many young women who ought to have husbands. There Is a radical wrong somewhere. Young man, go anu get you a partner; get yon a little house, then plant out your shade trees aud fruit trees. Land Is plenty here; you can get It "without money ami wuuout price," xou nave the privilege now, if you are a citizen of the United States, of taking up one hundred acres, aud It will oniv cost vou ten or fifteen dollars. Cannot you get a home? Yes, yon can, right here in the midst of tho saints. Tfien go anu uo ii, anu no not neglect the first commandment given to Adam and Eve to re plenish, subdue, anu beautiiy tne earth. WHAT 8UALL BI DONS 7 Now. sisters, what shall we do? Shall we take more wives than one, or shall we not? If we do not it will not help tne casewuu mose wno uo not take anv: thev will not get any because we have only one; and we should see hundreds and thousands of our females wun no nume, uonouy to protect mem. nobody that they can call husband, and they would wander oil'. Shall we do this or not? If the men will be righteous all win be rigut. A 11IALLKISUU 1U inn I jip.r.rn. Thnv have said a great deal in Washington with re curd to our having more wives than one. 1 have auT.i in nnblic. and have written that if they will omuhk their licentiousness and each one get a wife and be true to her ana siricuy virtuous, ami men win cause the nation to take the same course, we will mil. mil. to their wishes and have out one wire. Here Is a bargain if you will have no more than ouo woman, we win nou ui. mo - wim nei lucj ...ii annul hut. no wives. We take many women. i.nt w imikn wives and mothers of them, and they are not cast off; and their children have the privilege of bearing the names oi their fathers Instead of being cast off. BK1UHAM SWEARS. iiinoirin advertisement not long slnco of a young man, hailing from the West, who claimed tu be a son of a certain gentleman lu Congress ; but the gentleman advertised that he had no son of that n ... .. -.1.. k.L ,i,,al hlti, ft? i.u i. ....... I u.i.l name in tne west. ru, -"v njxi, mu -.,(.,.,... I tn nwn liilll. 1 SaV God Will (llllllll tilt) IllU.il and the nation that will act so; God will damn the ,.u.i...i it, uiiifii women. wiiu un m hi iu nuieiii uu protect thein, are seduced and left to mourn over their lost, fallen, and uegiauuu uuuumuu. uuu oiua you. Amen. , WEDDING INVITATIONS, ENGRAVED IN 1 T toe nnwort tun nmre nunrar. LOUIS lHltKA, hutionnr nd Fngr, No. fkUCIIkSNUTStr. FOURTH EDITION WASHINGTON. Marines to Aid the United States Revenue Officers in Suppress ing Illicit Distilleries. FOREIGN AFFAIRS. The Recent Paris Disturbances -The New Chamber of Deputies of Greece. FROM WASHING TON. Illicit DlMtillaUlan-Unlted Mtittra Murine to Aid In NapnrenMlnn It In the Richmond DIm trlcl, Philadelphia Reports from other elec tion. Special Despatch to The Bvening Telegraph. WAfiiUNGTON, Juno 19. The Internal Revenue Bureau Is in receipt of ofllcial intelligence con cerning the disturbances in tho Richmond dis trict, Philadelphia, arising out of the attempt of revenue officers to put an end to illicit distil leries. Supervisor of Internal Revenue South- worth, in iv letter to Commissioner Delano, en closes a report of certain revenue officers who attempted to break up tills business, but wcro set up, n and driven off by a mob of men, women, and children. The Commissioner has written a letter to the Secretary of the Navy, setting forth the facts, and calling upon that official to put at the disposal of Supervisor South worth n de tachment of murines from Philadelphia Navy Yard, to enable the revenue officers to enforce the laws. The request will be granted, and tho marines, under the command of an efficient officer, will be directed to proceed to tho scene of the disturbance, and put down those who attempt to Interfere with the officers in the dis charge of their dutj'. The Internal Revenue Bureau has received In telligence of the seizure of sixty illicit distilleries in East Tennessee, North Carolina, and V irginia. In East Tennessee resistance has been made to the officers to such an extent that the Commis sioner has been compelled to call upon the Sec retary of War for troops, which will be furnished. National Bank Affairs. DetpaUh to the Atwciated Parens. WASHiNGTON, June 19 o fractional cur rency issued for the week. Amount shipped to banks, fM)r,000; securities held for circulating notes, va.r,ssa,)u; auto ior puouc deposits, 2,J,538,&rU; mutilated bank notes burned, si:j,.t, 3!50; total burned heretofore, 14,290,877; actual circulation, $299,858,694; fractional currency destroyed, f av4,wo. FROM EUROPE. The Paris DistHrbnnces. By Atlantic Cable. Pahis, June 19. Eight hundred persons, who were arrested here during the recent disturb' anccs caused by the elections, have been dis charged, and two hundred are still kept in con finement. The Greclnn Ieulslatnre. Atiibns, June 19. The King of Greece opened the sessions of the new Chambers with a speech, in which he announced that new laws would be required for the reorganization of the educa tional system of tho country, and said it was the intention of the nation to fulfil its monetary obligations, and, therefore, a further develop ment of her resources was desirable, and In that connection proposed tho cutting of a ship canal through the isthmns o f Corinth. WHISKY FRAUDS. Heavy Conflscatloua In Baltimore. One of the largest seizures made under the Inter nal Revenue laws, and probably the largest of the c ass in the united states, nas lust been enected in Baltimore. A system of organized frauds has for many months been practised by the Ullmans, who own the largest distillery in the country, and the frauds they have committed, under the knowledge anil connivance oi uinuera ui mo ic venue, win amount. It is thought, to several hundred thousand tlollars. Oillcers sent to the distil lery to investigate Its affairs report that the facilities for fraud were the most perfect they had ever known. It was discovered that the owners had violated every section of the Revenue laws pertaining to the manufacture of spirits, and that the frauds extended back a long period. The Ullmans did a very extensive and pro fitable business in the compounding or liquors. making old whlBky out. of new, preparing peach braLdy, etc. The establishment In all Its parts Is represented to be tne most complete in tne country, The buildings alone are valued at 1100,000. The evi dence is so perfect that It will be impossible for the owners to evade the law relating to seizures. All of the revenue officers responsible for the honest management of the distillery have been superseded, and the Commissioner Is rigidly prosecuting them. There is no doubt the frauds were perpetrated with their free knowledge aud consent. Several store keepers and gaugers were indicted by tne Urand Jury yesterday. JPEKE. The solution of the great "Hpeke mys tery," which some time since so agitated all Kuglaud, is thus given in Loudon correspondence of the Sth inst. : "Do vou remember the 'Hpeke mysteryt' how all England was troubled for weeks over the mysterious disappearance of Rev. Benjamin Speke, whose hat was lounu in bu jumes rarx, ana nis oouy nownere until after a long tiiae he was discovered, dis ruiscd 88 a drover, down In Cornwall ? Well, here Is the proper termination of that little romance or comedy: "Rev. Benjamin Rpeke wu mrrid last week to Miu Carolina Kophia Fuller, of Neston Park, at Uie iiarinb church of Neaton, in Wilta. Ttie church was orowaud in every part, and buth it and the villuuu were very tantefully decorated. The bridal preaenta wore mimnrou and costly, and tliey included several tokens of regard for the bride trout the poor of NettoD.' "And now, If the fair bride Is musically Inclined, she can siDg: " 'Rpeke! Rppkel love, I implore thee, Bay, say, wby didat thou run away' In that awfully mysterious manner, without a hat. and drcsted like a drover? But probably she knows already' SUMMER RESORTS. TEN EVA, SWITZERLAND HOTEL DE LA METRO POLE, CHARLES ALDINGER, Proprietor, Formerly of the "Couronne." This hotel, the largost in Geneva, la situated In the moat favorable portion of the city, commanding a splendid view over the Lake, the Jura, and the Mont Blano ; 900 rooms and saloons. Reading, eolfee, araokiiur, and billiard room English and American newBpupers taken dally. S 8 am fLD MORAVIAN 'SUN HOTEL," BETHLEHEM, Pa. Eatoblihed 17S8, Two hours and a half from Philadelphia, via North Pena aylvania Railroad. Four train daily ; on train on Bunday. Terms moderate. RIEGEL BANDT, S 8 Ira Proprietor. T ARE HOUSE, CALDWELL, LAKE "GEORGE. N. V. Best of accommodation for Families and Gentlemen. Board, 98 60 per day; $14 to $I7'fi0 per week, aooording to rooms. Ou'n from June 1 toOotober It. Addroa e 1 2m H. J. ROOK. WELL. T I O II T-II O U 8 E COTTAGE ATLANTIC CITV, N. J., conveniently located to good and auf bathing, i now open. Leave oar at V. D. Hotel. lolin JONAH WOOTTON, Proprietor. TlOZ ZENS' WEST POINT HOTEL Trm for JUNE 3'W per day. or il per week. For JULY, $t per day, or t'U to per week. 6 8 Sot BVLVANUa T. OOZZEN8, 8UMMER RESORT8. SUMMER RESORTS OH !H LIN or .. PHILADELPHIA AND READING RAH KOAD AND 15 RAN CUES. mansion rrotrsx. mount cariCon. Mrs. Caroline Wnnder, PotUvUI P, O., BohnylkUl onit9 TVSCAKOHA HOTtt Mr. M. L, Miller. Tnaoaror P. O., BchuylkiU oonnty. W. F. fimlth, Mahanoy Oily P. O., Schuylkill ount. MOUNT OAHMKL BO USX. Oharle Culp, Mount Carrnel P. O., North ma br Und M. WBITM NOVAK. B. A. Has, Reading P. O. ANALVtUA. Henry Weaver, Reading P. O. LIVING SPRINGS NOTKL. Dr. A. Bmlth. Wernerarille P. O.. , Berk etnrtj. COLD SI'NI.VtSS HOTXL. LKRANai mrarrv. William Lerch, Pin Grove P. O., Schuylkill oounty. BOTXKTO WN RENIN A Rr. F. 8. Runner, B overt own P. O., Bark count. UT1Z SPRINGS, Oeorg F. Gmider, Litis P. O., Uncut exmntf. VllDD A af A 3 1-1 tin " A3. A illlA 14 nrIJIHr1, John Frederick, EphraU P. O., Lancaster county. FEHKIOM KN SR1DGX BOTKL, Davis Longaker, Free land P. O., MeutgonMn oonnte. 1KOSVKCT TERRA CX, Dr. James Palmer, Freeland P. O., Montgonten eonnt SPRING MIU. BXIGBTS. Jacob H. Breish, Oonahohocken P. O., Montjromerv an. vourr bousk. . Theodore Howell. Shamokin, Northumberland oo. g 4 tnu HUNTINGDON WARM SPRINGS i ne TinapmimRa, lately or Now .Terwiv. l..a WARM SPRINGS, situate at the base of Warrior Kidg Mountain, five mile north of the Pennsylvania Railroad ttstinn at Huntington, Huntingdon county, P, . .,...,-. anu outers socaing pleasure and comfort will 8nd here a fine hotel with lurge airy rooms, an eioellent table, beautiful forest with grand mountain Scenery, 1. glint batha and bath-honse supplied from the clear crystal waters of the famous snrina-s ao eninjiainn. in h.n oortain remedy for gout, etc. ; billiard-table, bowling-alley ete. i play grc-.nds for children in the beautiful grove - finaC hunting and nahlng grounds. ExrruKsioN tickets will bo Isimed by the Ponnnylvania Railroad Company from Philadelphia, Uncaator, Ham.burg, and Pittsburg ZoUui. pluc at about half price. " Hiu ks connecting with the railroad train daily front Huntingdon to live Springs. v iron Perrons remaining two months will be aeomnmoHAtA with boarding and use of bath, at 8 per wec rZw tion for children and urva nta. . , . , JAMES MA ULL8, Proprietor. Huntingdon Warm Springs, June 10, lbt. "vjm. t. , REFERENCES. K. M. Slsymaker, La Pierre House. Charles Unify, Continental. H. Kanaga. Girnrd House. 61f'mwf6t QC E A N HOUSE CArE MAY, NEW JERSEY. , t M MTg,l6& This well known and favorite Hons having been thoroughly renovatod and improved, will be reopened bw the undersigned, a a firaUclas Family Hotol, on th twenty-fourth of Jnne next. The OCEAN HOUSE is situated within fifty yards of the boach. It offers superior advantage to Families on. account of quiet and the high character of it gueeta ; ano it will be kept strictly home like In every reaped. Seventy five New Bathing Room have been added, and many other important improvements, which will contribute) greatly to the comfort of visitors. The Proprietor have had several years experieaoa la. Cap May Hotel busineaa, and have secured help which will equal thbt of any other House on the Island. Every effort will be made to give satisfaction to all who may favor the OCEAN HOUSE with their patronage. For Rooms, etc., address ( 31 mwHplat LYCETT & SAWYER. john w. LTcrrr. hekbt w. sawrmf. TERKELEy' SPRINGS, MORGAN COUNTY. A.J Vr,sr VIRGINIA .-This celebrated Watering Placi isonly twoanda-hulf nulna from Sir John' Ron Station.. Kaltiraore and Ohio Railroad. From June 15th to Octo ber lt visitor will find coaches to convey them to the)-' i-pnng. Ihe improvements are extensive and elegant, lelegraph communications to all point. Th Spout. Shower, Plunge, and Swimming Baths are unrivalled!" five hundred persons can be accommodated. Terma-Throellollarspiir day. $18 per wook. Children! and servants half price. Liberal deduction for the entire) ' PuBsengers leave Baltimore by the Baltimore and Ohio -Ruilroad at 8 16 A. M.. 4 and 45 P. M., arriving at th)- lyi'iVi?? iVii7"4-our' or ciru!". etc., addree O. A. KIRKLANU, Gilniora House, Baltimore, o 14 mwf 12t JOHN T. TRKtjO, Proprietor. . QOLUMBIA HOUSE, CAPE MAY.N.J.. WILL RECEIVE GUESTS on and after JUNE UtK Extensive alterations and additions, added to the great advantage in location whlcn the Columbia possesses, In consequence of the tendency of Cape May improvements, enalrte na to promise trar patrons more than ordinary satisfaction. For Rooms, etc , address GEORGE J. BOLTON, PROPRIETOR, or J. II. DENNISON, . eiBmwf 2rn MERCHANTS' HOTEL, Philada. C O N c RES 8 H ATT,. CAPE MAY, NEW JERSEY, NOW OPBN. FOR ROOMS, ADDRESS J. F. CAKE, Proprietor. IS tuthsflt Uassler's Full Band. STOCKTON HOTEL, CAPE MAY, N. J., WILL OPEN ON THE Wth OF JUNE, ISO This Hotel has been erected within the past year ; . affords ample accommodations for nearly one thou-" sand guests, and Is furnished equal to anj oi tte- icauuft ii'iw:ia m ihc uiiiicu dwwsl - - For terms, eta, nntil then, addreM 1'HTF.St ClARDGR, ' PROPRIETOR, . TIT OAT TTTAT Wvl arwm-n .mi. . 6 81m PHILADELPHIA, PA.. UNITED STATES HOTEL, ATLANTIC CITY, N. J., inn nAH rH i. ... .i a . SATURDAY, JUNE 26, 1869. HASSLER'S BAND, under th direction of 8imov Haaaler, ia engaged for the sea eon. Peiona wiahing to engage rooms will apply to OEORCE FREEMAN, Superintendent, ' ATLANTIC OITT, or BROWN & WOELPPER, 662m No. 827 RICHMOND Street, Philadelphia. S U R F HOU8C, ATLANTIC CITY, N. J., WIIX BE OPEN FOR GUESTS JUNE 30. ' The plan of the Houae may be seen, and room Moored, nntil June 20, at the LA P1EKKK HOUSE, Pluladeipuio. TKKMU MODERATE. THOMAS FARLEY, Proprietor. Call Sents'iParlor Orchestra ha been engaged fur tho. season. tj 1 Via JPHRATA MOUNTAIN SPRINGS, LANCASTER UOUNTlf. FA. Thi popular and well known SUMMER RKSORT vriQ ouened for the rooention of guenta on the ltilh of Jaatu b opened for the rooep under the auapioes of J. W. FRKDKJliUK, (ho form proprietor. Tli a entire establishment haa been renovated and reflttod ill, n.a .iiH .lnnb furaitUM. i 'ii nAMDEN AND ATLANTIC RAILROAD. SUNDAY TRAINS FOR THE SEASHORE. r. A . I... UlTVn 1 V . T . ... m. -t m ju W4U . bui, If unv 9. UI joau ATM K0T ATLANTIC CITY Will leave Vine Street Ferry at....- 8 A. M. Leav Atlantio City at P. ii. Stopping at ail Station. tf D. H. MUNDY, Agent. CUMMER RE80R T. Th subscriber having purchased th Cold Spring property, on th line of th Schuylkill and SuaquebAnna Railroad, from th Philadelphia and Reading Railway Company, will reopen it for visitor and fajuilio on Juno I, lb. It in now undergoing thorough repair, and will be rentted and return iahed in th beat manner. Person oan addrea til proprietor at Uarriaburg. Cold Springs, Boi Na 170. t'ibim WILLIAM LKRCH. prices.