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THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, JUNE 21, 1860.
3 THE GREAT PEACE JU11ILEE. DOINOH OP THE FOURTH D A V. From Our Oicu Correttpoiulent. Boston. June 18, 1800. The finest programmo of tlio great Mimical Festival was given at to-day's concert, ft pro gramme worthy of such nn occasion. Mr. Zcr rahn was tho coiuluctor,with the exception of the overture, which was led by that fluo musician Mr. Elchbcrfr. Mr. Zcrrahn Is, without the slightest doubt, the ablest conductor of thono chosen to lead tho forces assembled hero. He lias a fine control over tho mnopc, and his great experience in having previously conducted all the oratorios performed here by the Handel and Haydn So ciety fits him eminently for tho position. It is probably for this reason that tho chorus prefer his leading to that of others, as is shown by tho enthusiastic applause which always greets his appearance at tho director's stand. The attendance this afternoon was immense, though not quite so large as yesterday. The fact that so many were disappointed yesterday in securing admission had tho good effect of bringing people to their seats in good time to-day, and thcre were but few loiterers after 3 o'clock. Those who had the bad taste to come late had to force their way through au immense crowd of slanders. Shortly before 8 o'clock a number of Invited guests, amongst whom were lion. Charles Sumner and George Pcabody, entered tho building, and were con ducted to f ieir seats by the committee. The immense audience gave three rousing cheers for Mr. Pcabody, and after quiet had been restored Mr. Eichberg, amidst great applause, took the conductor's stand, gave the signal, and the per formance commenced. The concert opened with Weber's "Jubilee Overture," under the lead of Mr. Eichberg. It was splendidly played, and was doubtless the best of the performances of the orcltcstra. The immense orchestra was especially effective in the "Finale," m which is introduced "God save the Queen," played by the wind instruments, with accompaniments of running passages by the violin. Its entiro performance reflects the greatest credit upon Mr. Eichberg. Mendelssohn's Choral from St. Paul, "To God on High," next followed. It was ouc of the best, if not the best, morecaux to develop the mammoth choral forces and the wonderful powers of the orau. It was an almost sublime performance, and was highly relished by the audience. Two movements of Beethoven's chef lruvre, the Fifth Symphony (C minor), followed, the andante and the finale. Both were played with a will by the large orchestra, and words canuot express how magnificent the effect was. I do not believe that this master-work was ever better interpreted, especially when we consider the large number of executants. Every passage was distinct, every forte and piano observed, aud the tempi were takeu as tho most fastidious could deSre. Too much credit cannot bo given to Mr. Carl Zerrahn for ! : masterly direction of this gigantic work. Valiing like it has ever been heard either on this or the other side of the Atlantic. The applause at the end of the Sym phony was long and enthusiastic. "Eviva Beethoven !"' Miss Adelaide Phillips, the only soloist of the day, next made her appearance, and was enthu siastically received. She gave a charming, un adorned rendering of Handel's simple melody, ''Lascia chio pianga," which drew forth loud marks of approbation and decisive calls for a. repetition from the largo concourse of people present, and the aria was repeated. Miss Phillips was in excellent voice, and w.u heard distinctly in all parts of the hall. "Achieved Is the Glorious Work," from Haydn's Creation, aud "Thanks bo to God," from Mendelssohn's Elijah, two of the most glorious choral compositions ever written, were next iu order, and splendidly were they sung by the chorus of 10,000. The tempi were perfect, and the observance of the light aud shading was almost faultless. Long continued applause greeted these fine choral efforts. During the intermission the Mayor arose and announced tho presence of Mr. George Peabody, iu the follow ing words: "Ladies and Gentlemen: I have the pleasure of announcing to you the presence of Mr. Pcabody who honors tfie Peace Festival this afternoon You will not only recognize him as your mos esteemed friend, but also its the frieud of the whole world." Mr. Pcabody then, standing upou a chair for a short time, surveyed the audience amidst tho most deafening applause, and, when silence had been restored, spoke about as follows: "Mv Friends: Your Mayor has indeed said well that I am your friend, and has kiudly an nounced mo as friend of the whole world. How ever true this assertion may be, and I think ho hog praised me too highly, yet I assure you. whatever may be said in regard to my friendship for mankind, my love for the Old World can .. .ovk.iI lluit. which I have for tli Niw " UG ' l V . , v.i ------ ' - - r Mr. Pcabody then resumed his seat amidst great applause, luo seconu pari opened Willi a chorus from Mendelssohn's St. Paul, followed by the well-known prayer from ltosslnl'g Moses in Egypt, the solos in the latter being sung by the same series of gentlemen who sang the solos at .Wednesday's concert. Both plecos were done with that precision which marked all of to-day's performances. The "Infiammatus," from Rossini's Stahal Mater, which came next, was sung with a slight variation from Tuesday's programme. Instead of Madame Parepa-Itosa, the solo was sung by twelve soprani, selected from the best Boston vocalists. The effect was fine, aud tho perform ance called forth cousidcrable.applause aud an enthusiastic encore. A The "Gloria" from Mozart s Vith Mass, which came next, was givou better thau at Tuesday's concert, and the performance then concluded with Handel's glorious"Hallclujah Chorus'iven by the large body of singers, the orchestra, and tho organ, with good effect, though in some places tlio ensemble was rather shaky. During its performance tho member of tho orchestra and tho entire audience were standing, accord ing to a request ou the programme to rise. Just before tho beginning of the "Hallelujah Chorus" vociferous calls were made by the pub lic for the "Anvil Chorus." Tho Hon. A. H. Rice then announced tho Im possibility of its being performed this afternoon, owing to the absence of the firemen and the artillery. This announcement quieted " tho audience. To-morrow the great festival closes with a concert by the children of the public schools, under direction of Mr. Eichberg. I was present at their rehearsal this uionflng, and from what I heard there anticipate a rich treat to-morrow. 1 append the programme for your perusal, and you will see it is unusually fine for a children's concert: Fifth Ifitjr-Hiitnrdisy. Jmnt Iff, tSfiO, to com mence Ht 1 1 o'clock A. ill. COKCFRT ST TH CHII.riRKM OF TflB riTBt.IO SOIIOOI.1, WITH fULL OHCUKKTRAL ACCOMPANIMENT. 1. Overture by orchestra. ' a. Choral. "Brothers to our Nitlve Land." r Brothers, to onr native land Let os vow both heart arid hand, Let It be our keenest pleasure, . Let it he our dearest tre as.ii re. We wlil ever bravely stand, To protect our native land. And though many a heart may break, tstrupKlliiR for Its Riory's sake, Still our pure and holy tire, Never, never can expire. We will ever bravely stand, To protect our native land. 8. Chorus "Now the Twilight," etc Mereadante Nowthe twilight softly stealing, Yonder abbey tower revealing, . Solemn sounds of music pealing, Tell the hour of evening prayer; Thro' the gothlc window streaming, Kays of light are faintly gleaming ; There at the altar lowly bending, Fervent, voices sweetly blending, While their song to heaven ascending -Mingles with the balmy air. Now the stars are faintly peeping, High In Heaven their vigils keeping; Flowers with fragTant dews are weeping, Nature's holy calm to share; In this peaceful hour of gladness, Who would dream of grief and sadness? Hark 1 The distant organ pealing, O'er the senses softly stealing, Waking In the heart's deep feeling Solemn thoughts of fervent prayer. 4. "So Merrily Over the Ocean Spray" Brlnley Richards Soprano Solo. We are nymphs of the ocean spray, Our home Is the restless docp, Where the turbulent billows play, Our revels we gaily keep. Alto Solo 'Mid the bright foam As lightly we roam, The sunbeams swiftly glide; Oh, sweet is onr song, As it playeth along The breast of the tremulous tide. We are found on the coral shore, And sport with the merriest glee, When the wind, with an angry roar, Encounters the mighty sea. Lightnings may Dash. The billows may clash., The sea birds mournful wail ; Still gaily we throng, And the sea-nymph's song Is borne on the iltrul gale. So merrily, etc. Full Chorus. So merrily over the ocean spray, Dancing and singing the hours away, Dancing over the spray, Singing where billows play, Singing golden hours away. B. Hall Columbia Unison Physical Exercises, under the direction of Mr. Lewis H. Monroe. 0. Overture , Orchestra 7. Ood Keep Our County Free Evermore. Written by Kev. S. F. Smith, D. D. Cod ever glorious, sovereign of nations, Waving the banner of peace o'er the land ; Thine Is the victory, Thine the salvation, Strong to deliver, own we Thy hand. Still may the blessing rest, Father most holv, Over each mountain, rock, river and shore; Sing liiillelujah, shout in hosminiis, cod keep our country free evermore ! 8. Wake, Gentle Zephyr Rossini Woke, gentle Zephyr, your softest spell, And o'er the waters waft our sad farewell! Breathe round us, music, your tuneful strain, And sweetly whisper, we shall meet again. Tho' far awny we now are doomed to rove. From childhood's home, and friends we truly love, mini nieiii ry sun snail some upon our way And mingle in our dreams this parting luy, 9. Old Hundredth Psalm. From all that dwell beneath the skies Let the Creator's praise arise; Let the Redeemer's name be sung Through every laud, by every tongue. F.ternol are Thy mercies. Lord ; Eternal truths attends Thy word ; Thy praise shall sound from shore to shore, Till suns shall rise and set no more. In addition to the above, it is officially an nounced that Madame Furepa-Rosa will sing "Hear ye, Israel," Miss Adelaide Phillips will sing a selection, and Olc Bull will play a violin solo. This will be a great attraction, aud one of the largest houses may bo expected. The ball which took place at the Coliseum last night was a great success. Tho assembly was large and distingue, and the music, under the lead of Messrs. Gilmoro and Dodworth, fine. C SlIAItl'. UCWS SUIVIIYIAKY. Clt-r Affair. Tlio concluding races of the Schuylkill Navy took place on Saturday. Tho Hiawatha won the first; Max Schmidt tho second, single shell: and the Sylph the third. , Thomas Hays, residing: at No. 2311 Jeffer son 6treet, attempted to commit suicide on Sat urday, by hauging. He was discovered aud cut down Lv his wife before life was extinct. A dispute took place yesterday afternoou, about 4 o'clock, in a small court running south from Shlonen street, below Elifhth. between Isaac Hicks aud Henry Booth, during which, it is alleged, Hicks fired at his antagonist, but the ball missed him. Both men were taken before Alderman McCluskey, who held them to answer. A match gamo ot base-ball was played on Saturday, on the Ground. Twenty-fifth and Jef ferson streets, between tho Cincinnati Club and the Olympic, ot tins city, mere was a large attendance inside ana outsiao ot tne enclosure The gamo resulted iu favor of the Cincinuati Club, the score being 22 to 11. About six months since, Mr. William Ma- tiee, aged thirty-eight, was bitten by a dog hav ing the uydropnouia. un Saturday Mr. Matise exhibited symptoms ot tne disease, and tie be came so violent in a short time that two police officers started with him to the Hospital, but be fore reaching there he died, the deceased .re sided at Thirty-first and Girard avenue. Tho following persons have been admitted to the Hospital : Thomas Fellis, residing iu Montioiiitirv countv. with a foot crushed bva stone falling upou it; Hugh Duffy, with ln- iuries received at Allisou's car factory; Patrick McDermott, leu fractnred by a bale of cotton falling upon it ; Conrad Heck, with injuries re ceived w hile loading a lager beer wagon. Georuc W. Ricketts, a colored man, resid ing in Hirst street, below Lombard, attacked several persons iu the street yesterday after noou, and also attempted to wound ms cousin, Hannah luckctts, witn a razor, lie was ar rested and taken to tho Union street station. Alderman Carpenter held the accused in k 1000 bail tor a lurtber Hearing. Domestic Affairs. Gold closed on Saturday at 136V. Douglass, the colored printer, is to remain at his post. The National Peace Jubilee at Boston closed on Saturday. Tlio Valley of Virginia will yield 5,000,000 bushels ot wheat this season. Minister Webb has demanded his passports of the Brazilian Government. William H. Hauley, an artist of celebrity, died in Boston on Saturday of consumption. James Dermiston, a prominent California pioneer, died last ltiursday in Han franclsco. I lie Bweaenoorgian convention in New York adjourned to meet next June in this city, George Ooachman, a negro, was hung, at Arlington courr. uousc, bouiu oaronua, on Friday. Gilmore, of Jubilee fame, has been presented witn a gold watcu uy tne orchestral performers. 1 he force of special post-office asrents has been fully organized, and all tho appointments maae. The United States sloop-ship Saratoga is quarantined at New York, with yellow fever on board. Straggling bands of Navajoes are commit ting depredations on the Rio Grande aud la Eastern Arizona. Charles McDonald, a lad ten years old, com mitted suicide yesterday at Frederick, Md., by taking laudanum. Bids were opened In Washington on the 10th Inst, for supplying the Interior Department with stationery. The Chrfnpenke ond Ohio Railroad will be completed to the Grcenbriar 8prings, Va., by ncit Wt duesday. 1 he case ot tfmitbeon vs. Vj. m. Ptanion ai argued on Saturday before the District Circuit Court of Washington. The Swedcnborginns would not have ITer schell V. Johnson, of Georgia, on their elective committee, because ho was a Rebel. John G. Smith, of Norfolk, Va., was yester day stricken with paralysis at tho dinner table of the American Hotel at Saratoga. Hie wadding mill of Benson A; irumner, at Kindcrhook, N. Y was burned yesterday. Lo-is $20,000, covered by Insurance. A number of appointments of clerks in the Philadelphia Custom House were approved by tho Treasury Department on Saturday. inc bill bclore the Massaeiiuseiis Legisla ture for giving aid to tho Massachusetts Central itaiiroad has been referred to tne next uenerai Court. The alleged Cuban recruiting officer ar reted lately in Richmond, Va., was released on Saturday by tho Unitod States Commissioner, there being no evidence against him. A Boston telegram says that tne remains oi Captain Henry A. Wise, son-in-law of Edward Everett, and who died in Naples, will be burled at Mount Auburn to-day. A locomotive and eleven ireignt ears ran from the track of the Jersey Central Into the Passaic river on Saturday night. Cause, an open drawbridge. No lives lost. I he convention at Staunton, V a., ndjourned sine die on Friday night, alter a resolution of thanks to the citizens, heads of public institu tions, and railroads for courtesies. -No chnnces will bo made in tlio Virginia conservative legislative ticket on account of General can by s opinion that the test oatn must be taken by members of the Legislature. Judge Pitman, of Boston, on Saturday re signed the Presidency of tho Senate in order to enter upon his duties as Justice of the Supreme Court. George O. Braston, of Middlesex, has been chosen to fill the vacancy. A private letter from Fort Smith, Arkansas, snvs that, c V tensive toliiieno factorips am now In full operation in the Cherokee and Choctaw In dian Territory, free from tax, and making money. One ot these factories is within three miles of Fort Smith. Many clear dealers have been arrested in Boston for neglect of compliance with the law of April 1, requiring all cigars offered for sale to be rcstamped. aud released on bail to await examination, provided that Conmissioner Osborn decides that the law applies to retailers. lho Government having found that tho quantity of sugar and coffee smuggled into tlio country has been larger than was supposed, the country revenue officers aro now in Cincinnati looking after goods. It is rumored that seizures have been made, and that tho holders will be compelled to prove that tho duty has bceu paid. Foreign Affairs. Looov, June 19. In the Houje of Commons last evening, a motion was made to go into com mittee on tne new operative commercial treaty with France, tho presont treaty expiring before the next scssiou. Mr. Bright opposed the pro position in a strong speech, followed by others pro and eon. At length the House divided, with the following result: For, 101; against, 155. larrassa, tho Spanish envoy to England, has resigned. lho 1 uven of to-day, on the Irish Church bill. says that tho bill has passed by a large majority, ami too peacetime termination oi tne session is now assured. The great triumph is not so much a triumph for the ministers as It is for the power of public opinion and tlio machines' of the Con stitution. Looking back Into the history of tins question, it is impossible not to be impressed with the lact that England is, above all things, well governed. The scandal will now bo re moved that arose in the mistaken policy upheld by the whole people, and endured through lan guor of public opinion, but the mind and con science of the people were at leugth aroused, and tlio fabric instantly foil. The 1'ost says this great debate proves the people's estimation of tho House of Lords. Their judgment furnishes an additional proof of the utility of an upper house. The second reading" is but preliminary to moulding the bill into a ionn better to satisfy tne nation. An analysis of the vote shows that the Archbishop of Dublin aud fifteen bishops voted against the second reading. The Bishop of St. David voted in favor of it, and the other prelates abstained from voting. The Great Eastern has left Portland for Brest. where she will soon sail on her cable-laying ex pedition. London, i une so. 1 lie uoyai Thames Yacht Club match took place yesterday. The course was from Gravcsend to Uie Nore and back. Tlio Druid beat tho Cambria by one minute, and the Silver Cloud by four minutes. The time of the winner was 5 hours seconds. London, Juncr.i An immense Grange de monstration occurred at Enniskillcu, Ireland, yesterday. Madrid, dune is. in tne cortes yeserday Rivero administered the oath of regency to Ser rano. There were loud cheers for the Regent and for national sovereignty, but no disturbances arc apprehended. I lie lollowing is the new Cabinet, as tar as an nounced: Prim, Minister of War and President of the Ministry; Silvela, Secretary of State; Herrcra Grace, Minister of Justice. It is said that the Government is opposed to the proposed deduction in rates, and only sanc tions the present deduction of five per cent, on account of the internal debt. Madkid, Juno 19. The Cortes has passed a bill giving the acts of the Provisional Govern ment the force of law, and conferring upon it the power to carry them Into effect. After a stormy debate, the Republicans have succeeded In bringing before the Cortes a resolu tion disapproving of the presence of Montpensier In Spain, and demanding that the Government order him to Portugal. General Pezulla, a strong supporter of the ex- Queen Isabella, arrived here on the pretext of visiting his estates at Segovia, and claiming his right to do so as a citizen, under the Constitu tion. He was arrested and sent to Arangues to awnit further orders. He will probably be exiled to the Canaries. A conspiracy for the restoration of Isabella has been discovered in Grenada. On taking the oath of office yesterday, Serrano made u speech, iu which he promised to respect the institutions and liberties of the country. President Rivero, in reply, assured him of the support of all Spaniards. Madrid, June 20. Tho members of tho new Ministry were presented to the Cortes yester day. Prim addressed them, and promised that the Government would observe all tho provi sions of the Constitution, and exact equal re spect for them from the nation. Ho exhorted the majority in the Cortes to continue united, and urged the Republicaus to preserve au atti tude ofmodcration. After a long discussion, the resolution con demning the presence of Montpensier in Spain was rejected by a vote of ill to 67. Prim op posed the resolution, arguing that the Duke had a right to Inhabit any part of the country. Madkid, Juno 20. Tho Presideut of a Re publican Club in Cadiz has been arrested for making a speech against Berrano. This action of the authorities has caused great excitement In Cadiz. In the Cortes, yesterday, Prim said the government must be hard, Inflexible, and even cruel In repressing disorder. Ho also pro posed economical reforms in the finances. Pakib, June 10. The official paper of to-day publishes the following: "A crowd of people attended the funeral of tho rioters who wore killed here recently in political disturbances. There was no disorder." Pakih, June 19. It is said that the Govern ment has ordered the arrest of all Carlisle and Isubelllsta on the frontier. Pakis. June 20. The city Is perfectly tran quil, and no attempt ia been made to renew the lute disorders. Mr. Burlingame la preparing to leavo for St. A great teachers' meeting Is to be held In Herlln, la which three thousand teachers will participate. Seventy-four people were killed in the London streets In nineteen weeks, according to the previous estimates. MARINE TELEGRAFIJ, Fw miditiimal Marin Stan mc Firnt raff. ALMANAC- FOR PIIILA DELPHI A-THIM DAY. 8trn Risks. 4'0Monn Hts S W Birw Bn-s. 7 ml Hutu Watkr 11 'M ruiLADKLTUIA BOARD OF TRADR. Rkkbt Winkob, 1 ;. ono- n. Ai.i.rw, CoMMrrrnK or ths Mowth. GRO. MORHIHOH JOATTS,l IMOVliMliNTS OK OCKAN HTEAniSII IPS. FOR AM V RIO A. ...London Nnw York Juno , ..LtiiMXil Now YFork vis Bos .. - June . ..LlvrMol. ... Ntw York Inns .. .LWvvjooI Now York Inns Atalanta. AIpM.... n-la. ,, Hllia.. Austrian . II . . Ilvnriool Oiiohco . .. ..June III ...I una U i;ntn rmbria.. Liverpool Now York.. . .( 'lnt-iw New York . . .Havre Nmv York. . .. .Havre New York.. . . .Hamburg: . ...Nrw York. . Jnn li ....Jons U liinA U ....June 11 New York... WeMphsll.. B-vah Atalants New York. ...Iradon June 21 ( iniliria New York . ... H am nn r I une 2i Minnesota Now York.. ..Liverpool Juno 31 Huns New York. ...Liverpool June 31 ('aledoni New York. ...Ulaajrow Juno 2.1 Rumps Now York. ...(ilanitow Tune 2t Ijifayet t-e Now York. ...Havre June 1A C. of ltrooklyn...New York. ...Liverpool June -it C.of VYaHuiDgtonXow York. ...Liverpool June 21 Nevada New York. ...Liverpool Juno 3' City of Antwerp. New York. ...Liverpool July 3 India New York. ...(iliieenw July OOAKTW1KK, DOMKSTIU, KTO. HenryClianncoy.New Yoik....Asninwall June 21 North America.. New York. ...Kio Janeiro tune lil Prometheus l'hilada Charleston. lune 21 Pioneer Pliilada Wilmington June 2.1 Mails are forwarded by every steamer in the regular lines. The steamers for or from Liverpool oall at Queenstown. o oept the Canadian line, whioli call at Londonderry, i'he teamen tor or from the Continent oall st Kouthamuton. CI.KARKD SATURDAY. Steamer Jnmes H. Ureen, Vance, Richmond and Norfolk, W. P. t;l.vilo A Co. Steamship Roman, Bnker, Boton, H. Wins or A Co. Steamer New York, Jones, Vanhinirton and Alexandria, W. P. Clyde Vn. Steamer W. Whilldin, Riprrnns, Bnltimoro. A.Oroves, Jr. Steamer Beverly, Pierce, New York, W. P. Clyde Co. Brig Wni. Welsh, Ktrobiidge, Bnrbndos, J. K. Kixlpv ACn. Schr N. it 11. Could, Crowell, Boston, J. Rommel, Jr. A Bro. Schr Clnra Merrick, Parvin, Boston, L. Audenrioi! A Co. Schr J. Allilenlice, Willotts, Boston, tin. Schr H. W. Tull, Harris, Boston, tlo. Scbr West Wind. Itwson, Boston, do. Schr Mary A. Tf ler, Tyler, Boston. do. Schr ,'nhn A. Ctimn. Loster. Wilminjrton. Pel.. Cnntsin. Tuirs Thos. Jefferson, Allen, Baltimore, and Commodore, Wilson. Havre do Crate, with tows of burnus, W. P. Clyde A Co. ARRIVKD YKSTERDAY. Ship Majestic, Keager, 63 days from Liverpool, with nidso. to John R. Penrose. Schr Ralph t-'arlton. Perry, 7 days from Cardenas, with mo!asses to K. C. Knight A Co. ARRrV F.DSA Tt'RDAY. Steamship Prometheus, Cray, til hours from Charleston, with cotton, rice, etc., to K. A. Sunder A Co. Coming in the Capes, passed baniues Caledonia, from Trinidad, sad Roanoko. from Latuara. Stenmship Nnrlolk, Piatt, !W hours from Richmond vis Norfolk, with nutse. to W. I. Clyde fc Co. Steamer C. II. Stout, Ford. 'M hours from Ceorgotown via Alexandria, with mdse. to W. P. Clyde A Co. Steamer Vulcan, Morrison, 24 hours from Now York, with mdse. to W. AT. Baird A Co. Steamer W. C. Pierrenont, Shropshire, 34 hours from New York, with mdse. to Wm. M. Btiird A Co. Steamer Chester. Jones, 24 hours from Now York, with indue, to W. P. Clyde A Co. Steamer Frank, Pierce, 24 hours from New York, with mdse. to W. M. Baird A 'o. Steamer S. C. Walker, Shprin, 24 hours from New York with mdfle. to W. M. Baird A Co. 1 Brig J. B. Kirby. Bernard, 15 days from Cienfnegos, with sugar to S. A W. Welsh. Schr llattie Baker, Crowell. from Pensacola, with lum ber to order vessel to S. L. Merchant A Co. Schr Cyrus Fosse tt. Harding, truiu St. John, N. B., with lumber to I. Trump. Son A Co. Schr L. Bayles. Bayles. 12 days from Jacksonville, with lumber to F. A. Souder A ;o. Tugs Hudson, Nichols, from Baltimore, and Chesapeake. Mcrrihcw, from lhivre-de-Cruce, with tows of barges to W. P. Clyde A Co. Snrrinl Drfitiatrh to T7i Erenit:q T'tjraph. Havke-me-Ghace, June 21. The following boats left nere lor ruuaueipuia una morniug B. A. Knight, with wheat to A. Ci. Cattell A Co., and pig iron to 'nbeen A Co. J. B. Mills, Willi lumber to Patterson A Lippincott. Canlield A Colton, wiih lumber to Watson, .Malone AC'J. Flla, with lumber to Cruig A Blnnchard. J. B. Hall, with lumber to Craig A BlancharJ. Berry Mountain, uith coal, for Wilmington. Slinw A Merrill, with lumber to Maull A Bro. Col. Bolinger, with lumber to Taylor, Day A Mooro. Currevot'i'iir er" The Ertnit ri T' Utjviph. F.ASTDN A McMAHON'S BULLETIN. New Yokk Office. June Is). Five bargos loaves in tow to niiiht for Baltimore, light. Baltimokk Bhanc'H Ofhcf, June li. The following barges leave in tow to-night, e:i-tward : C. V. Houghton ;Tioeno ; 0. Terrence ; Wasp : O. Downer ; O. 1. Kims; Jos. Byrnes: J. K. Dunhum; Uriawold ; and Luscuumu, an witn coal ior ew xoik. Vnrre'tnvtievre of the Wnlttrtrlvfiin Exrhana. Lewes, Del., .Tune K Ship Martha, from Liverpool, lino one ong, nuino noi kuowii, waul in io-n.uy. ling I'.xi vutive remains at the Breakwater. Iu L. LYON'S. MEMORANDA. Ship Komiios, Fllefsen, hence for Rotterdam, was spoken lMth tilt., Int. 40, long. ,M. Biirque L'niuu, bebuotte, honce, st Breiuorhaven 6th Instant. Runitie Anna. Nelson, hence, at Swinemunde3J inst. Brig S. P. Smith. Knowlton. hence, at Hunmr 17th inst. Brig Bessio, Tower, hence, at St. John, N. B., 17th inst. Schrs Addie M. liirii, Merrill, aud l.ntorpnse, 1'iauer, hence, at Baltimore lth inst. Schr Modesty, Weaver, at New Haven 17th inst. from Middletnwn, to load tor Philadelphia. Scbr lunula R. Crahani, Smith, from Suoo for Philudel iihiH.at New York lhth inst. Schr S. 11. Gibson, Bartlett, for Philadelphia, sailod from the bnr. Satil a. Ga.. 7th inst. Schr Kinolino Haight, Avery, honce, at Belfast loth inst. Schr Sumuel unman, Kelly, hence, at natti loth inst. Schr Knight, Romer, for Philadelphia, sailed from War ren. R. I., lhth inst. Schrs Thos. Booz.Somers, from Boston for Philadelphia; H. V . Godtrev. Means, troin Lynn, lor do. : n. n. i tiomHs, Arnold, from Saco fordo., at Holmes' Hole P.M. 17th instant. Scbr A. Pitman. Lainbord, from Gardiner for Philadel- tibia, at Holmes' Ho e A. M. IHtli inst. Schr K. F. Cabatla, lor Boston, sailed from Alexandria 1Mb inst. WATCHES, JEWELRY, ETC. ladomus & CO? DIAM0XD DEALERS fc JEWELEUS. WATfllKS, JEWELRY M 8I1.VKH WAKE. .WATCHES and JEWELRY REPAIRED. J02 Chestnut St., Phila- Ladies' and Gents' Watches, AMERICAN AND IMPORTED, OI the moat celebrated makers. FINE. VEST CHAINS AND LEONTINES, In 14 ami 13 karat. DIAMOND an other Jewelry of the latest designs Engagement and Wedding Rings, In 13-karat and coin. Sold Silver-Ware for Bridal Presents, Table Cut lery, Fluted ware, etc 8 l ESTABLISHED 1823. WATCHES, JEWELRY, CLOCKS, SILVERWARE, and FANCY GOODS. Ci . AV. RUSSELL, NO. S3 N. SIXTH STREET, PHILADELPHIA. WILLIAM B. WARNE & GO., Wholesale Dealers In WATCHES AND JEWELRY. 8. E. corner SEVENTH and CHESNUT 8treets, 8 Si Second floor, and late ot No. 85 8. THIRD St. GENT.' S FURNISHING GOODS. PATENT SHOULDER-SEAM SHIRT MANUFACTORY, AND GENTLEMEN, FURNISHING STORE. PERFECT FITTINO SHIRTS AND DRAWERI made from measurement at very short notice. All other srtiols of UKNTLKMKN'tt DRESS GOOD) In lull vansty. WINCHESTER A CO.. 11 1 No. 70 OllKSNUT Street Hs Ss Ks Ca Harris Seamless Eid Gloves. EVERY PAIR WAR. IX ANTED. EXCLUSIVE AGENTS FOR GENTS' GLOVES. J. W. SCOTT & CO., BTtrp NO. 814 CHESNUT STREET. HTIIE IMPROVED 8IIOULDER-8EAM PAT- I ten, Khirt. manufactory of RICHARD EAYRE. No M N. ail XT 11 Street, snd Gentlemen's Furnishing Uood. in Urge variety. Spring Undershirts snd Drawers ; aim Scarfs, Bows, Gloves, Uosiery, Uandkerohiefs, Suspend era, etc, mwl T.R. KINKEL1N CAN BE CONSULTED ON U all diseases of a oertaln specialty, QtbtH hours, a to PAPER HANOINQ3. & McKEEVER, No. 1400 CHESNUT Street fSX'IfcllVsGt 8TYLES. THE FINEST STOCK, THE CHEArE&T TllICE, mwriira THE KKST WOUKMANSHIP. QEAN & WARD, PLAIN AND DECORATIVE PAPER HANGINGS. NO. 251 SOUTn THIRD STREET, BETWEEN WALNUT AND 8PKCC1, PHILADELPHIA. COUNTRY TO. WORK PROMPTLY ATTEND KO S 185 L OOK! LOOK!! LOOK! !! WALL, PAPERS and Linen Window Shades Manufactured, the eapest in the city, at JOHNS TON'S Depot. N . No. in:t:i SPRING GARDKN Street, below Fleventh, Branch, No. :i09 FKDKRA I. Street. Catudes, New Jersey. .Mi WIREWORK. WIRE FENCING, For Farms, Gardens, LaWnS. sUtCs ALSO, wzziTZ. miTAi wmis, FOR CLOTHES LINES. G. DE WITT, BROTHER & CO., No. 633 MARKET STREET, 619 wfmlm PHILADELPHIA. TV 71 KE GUARDS FOll STOKE FRONTS, ASYLUMS, FAC TORIES, ETC. Patent Wire Railing, Iron Bedsteads, Ornamental Wire Work, Puper-niakers' Wires, and every variety oi Wire Work, manufactured by M. WALKER ft SONS, 2 3fmw! No. 11 N. SIXTH Street. PATENTS. QFFICEFOR PROCURING PATENTS, JTOKlUtiST UULLDliNUS, NO. 119 S. FOURTH STREET, PHILA.. And Marble Buildings, No. t0 SEVENTn Street, opposite TJ. 8. Patent Office, Washington, D. C. H. HOWSON, Solicitor of Patenta, C. HOWSON, Attorney at Law. Commnnleatlons to be addressed to the Principal Office, Philadelphia. 1 lm PATENT OFFICES. N. W. Corner FOURTH and CHESNUT, (Entrance on FOURTH Street). rilAIfCZS D. FASTORXUS, SOLICITOR OF PATENTS. Patents procured for Inventions In the United States and Foreign Countries, aud all business relating to the sume promptly transacted. Call or send for cir culars on Patents. Open till 9 o'clock every evening. 8 1 smthj SPOOL. SILK, THREAD, ETO. T EM OVAL. PRIUISS REDUCED. -W. II. IMV13ItEY Would respectfully call the attention of his old cus tomers, and all manufacturers of Clothing and Shoes, and others, who nse Spool Silk, Thread, Cot ton, Needles, Shuttles, and Sewing M-achlne Trim- tings generally, that he has removed rroin iso. m North FOURTH Street to No. 235 ARCH Street. Where he will be happy to see all, and sell all goods at reduced prices, and defy all competition In prices and quality. 881 Wfm3m W. H. MAHKE I, NO.S3SAKUI1 St. PHOTOGRAPHS. WEN DEROT1I, TAYLOR & BROWN'S OLD ESTABLISHED l'liolORrapliic Portrait (Jullery, Furnished with ever; convenience and facility for pro ducing tne Dest wors. A new private passage iroin Uie lsditts' iireHHing-room to uie wperaiuig luioin. All tne refinements oi ruotograpiiy, sucu as IVOJBVXYPKH, . MINIATURES Of( PORCELAIN. OPAIX)TYPES. Tba NEW CRAYONS originated with this establishment. WENDEROTH, TAYLOR & BROWN, 5 W wfm SWt No. m CHESNUT Street. REFRIGERATORS. JEFRIUEKATOKS & WATER-COOLERS finished m tbe best manner, and lower than elsewhere J. V. WKYMKU. No. 3 N. BIXTtt Street. OLD ONES REPAIRED. lid I in BOARDING. A T NO. 1121 GIRARD STREET MAY BE X. obi tained furnished and mnfurnisbsd rooms for lodg. Board slso. if desirad. AQRIOULTUBAL PUIIJIDELPUIARASPBEURY,JU a a i...i,nri.. and other Strawberry I If wtosi Vines. es. a ur sale li ' ljlsoo,N.J. ti AMUSEMENTS. MH-iOT DREW'S AKCII STREET L'dTrVCerr.d.T.re,Ur,r JoeephD.Mj.rrh. s'liAftlf TKHTIMONIAf, BP.NFKIT TO ,., M.R- JOHN T. DUNNK.LLY. ST.'iJ,A,,..".n'" press of Philadelphia. m,. ri, "? VKNiJi(, June 21. l-t. ,.. A-i.,. CY- irangements desire to thank the vices manyof wunm irTni . Bn'o-ed t heir ser- prTram'K member. Their thank, , T due tn , Mr. T ,7" i,' r"" who, is the kindest n.snner. tenrlVhJr h,Li Th! to the e-iftod young Art.ste.nd IVims7oZ?V Thetr MISS SUSAN O A I TON A Nl t oTlc' PVnt taft OPERA COMPANY ENGLISH Mr. A. KeMehef, Mr. (V R iM ..,1. Mrs. Frank MortUunt, Kr.ink Moran1'''' Mr. K. IV. Niooum, oi . n ... .11. . I & 1 ! w I ' 1 i.i ..Ik-l.lrw-. Grand Opening Ovorture . . .Orchestra Led by.. C. R. Dod vorUi Led by... .C?i The Channinir Onoretta Ihv desire) I.irsOllKN AND 1'Kll'ZCHKN! T.itaetlen toith l,,l rn.lt,..AH UIm Km. dm Fntzchcn """.'.Mr. Thomas VTbittia MR. A. KF.I.I.F.HKR in s Nolo, ('ruin's Comedietta. Adolphns Lathorum, ... n. inrito, r.su., Mr. R. Craig iStuart Rohson, With Imitations nf MR f!H AiM.kM in, 'w true concluding with his Celebrated Speech hefo're the curtain. sin MR. JOHN 11 ROC; II AM. MR. FRANK MtlRAN iu one .if his eelebrated sets. ssisted by MR. K. N. HLOt CM, of niti-., n IMAM n AllnSI l r. L.n I and the laughable OtTenhai tnan Operetta entitled iL't'A n . r.LOl.r.i I Cirsfftor, s Blind Reetrar ...Miss Rlanohe O tlnr I'att hi'ti, snot her Hlmrl HeKirnr Mr. Thomas W tilth aw or. ATM M'.CCHKD AT THF. BOX Orr lCK. Open Daily from 0 A. M. to 8 P. M. Commence st 8 precisely. Prices of Admission as usual. 2t WALNUT 8T. THEATRE. BEGINS AT 8. THIS (Monday) KVKNINO, June SI. , . , FIRST NIOHT of Dion Roucicault's groat and most successful Drama of the age, entitled Rhann, the Post Mr. ,T. K. McDonough . ... w!lh Bong "Wearing of the Croon." tTt " J,,,ell"h M iss Josie Orton With bongs, "Cushla apus Maehree" and "From My Lovs Knnnv Pnwo. ' rv, w.i..i . ....... .'in. imrins vrnieoi. Colonel O t.rndy. Mr. Charles Walent iiesnunli McUoul Mr.iS. K. Chester rernpy Mr. W. H. Maile I T?OX'S AMERICAN, WALNUT, ABOVE KICIITII.Onen all Fummer lilo I..,f..,,.- u Stars, lintli. r Pantomime Cotmiunv. Vl. Iiva nH Ull, Maskell Troupe. Annie llinrlle. female I .1 n 17 Jl i at 11a Rosaand t he C rami Ballet. Sam De Vereaml th Vfin.'.i. Doors open at 7 ), Sat urday afternoon doors open at 1.80 -yALEK'S (LATE MILLER'S) WINTEH v OARDFN Nob. ran. M9. ei ..jnn vivviii . THR ;HANiurtMi.-!iTiirif i.. ""r!V3 of the GRAND DUK K OK RAI)lV n K.H . expense by JACOB V A LKR. of this city, in combination 7ifctLv l''80llUHKS.T.IlA nnd MissNKLLIK AN. f v KNG at the above-mentioned place. Admissior I free. i , a. DRUGS, PAINTS, ETO. JOBERT SHOEMAKER A CO., . E Corner FOURTH and RACE St. PHILADELPHIA. WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS. Importers and Manufacturers of White lead and Colored Paints, Putty Varnishes, Eta AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED FRENCH ZINO PAINTS. Dealers and consumers supplied at lowest nrlcea for cash. m 45 ICE CREAM AND WATER ICE. fHE NEAPOLITAN. ICE CREAM AND WATER ICES. THE PTJRKST AND BEST IN THE WORLD. Thin onlebrsted Brick Ioa Oraun anil Vil !. ... v. earriod In a paper to any part of tbe city, as you onld candy. Fifteen or twenty clitferont kinds of them are ken conninntiyon Hand, and UNK I1UNDKKD DI fr'FERKNT FLAVORS can be mads to order for those who desire to bare snmetiiins never before seen Irv the ITnir.1 u.-. snd superior to any Ice Cream made in Kurone. Principal DepotNo. VJ04 WALNUT Street. nranoo Dtors no. iuju BrHLNU UAKUKN Street. Ji V. J. ALLEGRKTTI. i n u w w UL.ASS1 Tke irahsciibers are nmnnfacturin dailv. ln.om ft. best quality of AMERICAN WINDOW GLAS They are also conalsntly receiving importations of FRENCH WINDOW GLASS. Rouirh Plate and Ribbed Glaus. Fnamelled. Rtninen Knicraveil, and Cround Ulsss, which Uiey oiler at' i Till maiket rates. EVANS, SHARP & WESTCOATT. B 29 Bra No. 018 MARRTT Street, Phllada. ENGINES, MACHINERY, ETO. PENN STEAM ENGINE AND (VS BOILPR WORKS NK A FIE A LEVY, liLrT PRACTICAL AND THBORRTICAlI rSS-fe KNCJIN F. K R8,M AC H IMS FS. BOILER. MAKKHH, BLACKSMITHS, snd FOUNDERS, iumnjc for many years been in suoceasful operstton. snd bees ex eluaively engaged (n building snd repairing Marine aud River F.ngines. bigb and low-pressure, Iron Boilers, Water Tanks, Propellers, etc, etc,, respectfully otter tbelr ser vices to tne iiuiiuo ss oeing fully piepsrea to contract for engines of all sizes, Marine, Kiver, snd ntationary ; bavins sets of patterns of oinerent sizes, srs prepared to eiecuta orders with quick iesnatch. Every description of pattern making made at tne shortest notice. High and Low-pressure Fine Tubular snd Cylinder Boi'ers of tbe best Penn sylvania Charcoal Iron. Forging of all sises and kinds, iron snd Brass Castings of all descriptions. Roll Turning, Screw Culling, snd all other work connected with tbs above business. Drawings snd specifications for all work done at tb eftablishnient free of charge, snd work guaranteed. The subscribers have ample wharf dm'Vroom for repairs of boats, where they can be in perfect safety, snd are pro vided with shears, blocks, falls, eto. etc, for raising beats, orlUhtweibU. JACOB O.NEAFIE. JOHN P. LEVY, . Sly BEACH snd PALMER Streets. M E R R I C K & SONS SOUTnWARK -FOUNDRY, No. 4S0 WASHINGTON AVENUE, Philadelphia, WILLIAM WRIGUT'S PATENT VARIABLE CUT-OFF STEAM ENGINE, Regulated by the Governor. MERRICK'S SAFETY HOISTING MACHINE, Patented June, 1868. DAVID JOY'S PATENT VALVELKSS STEAM HAMMER. D. M. WESTON'S PATENT SELF-CENTRING, 8 ELF-B ALANC1NI CENTRIFUGAL SUGAR-DRALNING MACHINE. AND HYDRO EXTRACTOR. For Cotton or Woollen Manufacturers. T10 mwl 1. TAUGHH MUtBICV. WILLIAM H. sfEBBIOK. JOHM I. OOPK. SOUTI1WARK FOUNDRY, FIFTH AN1 WABHLNUTON Streets. philadklpbia. MERRIOK A SONS, BNGINEERS AND MACHINISTS, manufacture Higb and Ijow Pressure Steam Kngines fa Land, Kiver, sua Marine Service. Boilers, Gasvmelera, Tanks, Iron Boats, eto. Castings of sll kinds, sither Iron or Brass. Iron frame Roofs for Gas Works, Workshops, sod Rail "JutSrtsUM Machinery of the late., and most In PTveryS'ion-of PUntatlon HM?mr. also. 8uaP. Ruw and (irist Mills, Vscuum I'ans, Oil bteam 1'rains, !. feoators. Filters, Pumping Kugiues, sto. Kole Agent, for N. Billeus's Pstent Sugar Boiling Appa rat us Neooi rib's Patsnt Steam Hammer, and A.pinwaiJ A Woolsey's Patent Oentrilugal Sugar Iraiiung Mv chines QIRARD TUBE WORKS. JOHN II. MURPHY A BROS. Iflanufur.lurera of Wrought Iron Pipe, htc PIIILA DEI.PHIA. PA. WORKS, TWENTY-TIIIKU aud FILBERT NfreeU. OFFICE, I N. 4'J Nrl- FIKVII Nirrel. jrZT D rTfTg I R A R U, VETERINARY HUR- jWvOIION. tresis sll diseases of bones and cattle, and all surgical operations, with efficient sconinniodationa forborsea,athlsWrmary,No. m MARSHALL btrt above Poplar. ' "4