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THE DAILT EVENING TELEGRAPH PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY", JUNE 21, 1869.
THE ALABAMA CLAIMS. The Qiirnllnn na Vlr-wr-it frra nn KnuIUh HtRmlpotiit. A letter, written by a well-known English author to a gentleman residing In this city, has been bunded us for publication. We present It below, interlarded with a few comments: London, Juno B, lsso. The excitement here about the Alabama difficulty Is dying out, and I am Ria l of it, for now I hope that an era of (rood feeling will Set In, and that the iiotlons at Issuowlll be dls cuasod In a (liHpasHlonatc manner, with a view to an early arttlenicnt. With regard to our International relations, I think that Americans are systematically unjust to us. You cite tho Alabama as evidence of the rule of our conduct during your civil war, and take no note of the other ships which our Govern ment stopped, and that, too, by an Illegal stretch of power, for which In no caHO they were adjudged to pay damages. If ever we go to war, which Providence forbid, and your Govern ment preserves a neutrality us faithfully us did oura, we shall be perfectly satisfied. IT you let an Alabama or two escape, we shall forgive you. We wish no better measure than we gave. A large portion of our people posHibly a majority sympathized with the South ; but why shouldn't they? When we were at war with Russia, a great portion of your people sympathized with Russia, and wc dlu not complain. Why should wc7 The way In which the public take sides In fights outside their borders means little or nothing beyond caprice. The weakest side and the pluckiest has usually the mom backers. When Prus sia and Austria attacked Denmark, the majority of our people Bided with Denmark because It was the weakest, though Denmark wa.H quite In the wrong. But neither Austria nor PriiMia complained of the direction of our sympathies, or felt tho least ag grieved at onr folly. Then, too, why does Mr. Sumner exhaust all his Indignation on linglaud, and forget Prance, which was anxious to acknowledge the Confederacy, and only held back because we refused to move? I feur you think far too much of Kugland, and lay far too much stress on our criticism. I wish you could feel as Indifferent to our criticism as we do to yours. Why, your newspapers and politicians are always snapping at us, and wo only laugh I lYou laughed on the other side of your month over Sumner's speech, and the rejection of lleverdy Johnson's treaty. Kiiitor Evknino Tki.eohai'h.i England . seems to have no friends In America; America has Innumerable friends in England friends who are accused of loving you better than their own countrymen. Your aversion to ns we are sorry for, chiefly on your own account. r niun vmi lniinirn lniurv i nnnr ami I h nrrnn Evknino Tei.egkavui, and shuts us off from many services we should gladly render. I wish we could do something to soften your hearts I Pay our bill. Editor Evening Tei.eorai'HI, but I fear thcro la no hope of that until you clearly feel that yon are our superiors at every point. May Heaven hasten the day I Amen! Editor Evkning Tklkorath. That you should take the lead in the world, and lead well and wisely, is a oonsummation we anticipate with no sort of Jealousy. I If this be so, English sentiment has Indeed been sadly misapprehended In" this country. Editor Evening Tklkoravh. One reason, 1 Imagine, of your Inability to get on with us, Is our similarity In characters. Our differences appear to have a family acrimony and Intensity. Before the war we did not get on a whli better than we do now. and were the Alabama out of the way, I have not the least doubt your politi cians would discover a new bone of contention. I therefore earnestly desire that your German Immi gration may Increase, and the Irish diminish. A large Infusion of German blood would do wonders in softening the family bitterness. Then, too, I look for a great change when your Atlantic population is balanced by that on the Pacific, and you begin to think of Old England much as we do of Holland. To time alone, Indeed, I look for the improvement or our relations. Your Jealousy and antipathy are not to be removed by the mere removal of pretexts ; the spirit never wants pretexts, and finds one as easily In a pin-head as In a mountain. You see I write unreservedly and, I would have you understand, simply in a political sense. For Americans personally I have the strongest liking; Indeed, some of the sweetest natures I have ever known have come from your side of the ocean. I like much to hear them talk about England, and South erners appear to treat us quite as bad as Northern ers. If we are responsible for the Alabama, tho South shows no sense of our favors; and I fancy if you set about fighting us, South C'arollua would be quite as eager for the fray as Massachusetts. No ; the truth is, it Is out of our power to please yon. It la our very existence that is your offense, and clearly recognizing the fact does much to promote our equanimity. If we could cease to be, however, I am afraid you would be very unhappy Oh very 1 Editor Evening Telegraph j, and produce many a eulogistic history of the old fatherland. I never read an American criticism on our Internal politics that is not touched more or less with absur dity ; and the same is true of French criticism, and, Indeed, of all foreign criticism. And so I am ready to believe that our views of your great civil war are equally at fault. And that being the case, you should try to excuse our blunders by saying, "They really cannot see.'' We do say that continually. Editor Evening Telegraph. I know you cannot under stand us (but we do understand you perfectly. Editor Evening Telegraphi, and you should know that we cannot understand you. If this fact were duly recognized, it might do much to subdue irrita tion with unfair criticism. It would be easy to mul tiply considerations like these ad tnjlnitunh Only of this be assured : if you hate us, we shall do our best to love you. Even If we did wrong in favoring the Sonth, would It not have been worse had we disliked you indefinitely T MUSICAL. AN1 DKAMATIC. The City AmuaemenM. At the Walnut Bouclcault's drama of Arrah-na-Pogue will be brought out this evening in good style, with Miss Josie Orton as ''Airah Meellsh." This is one of Miss Orton's best parts, and there ouglft to be a. large attendance to wclcomo back au actress who has few equals In her particular line, and who is de servedly a great favorite in this city. Mr. J. T. Donnelly's benefit will take place next Wednesday at the Arch Street Theatre. Miss Susan mlton and her troupe will appear in the operettas of Eanchette and Les Deux A veugles ; Mr. Craig will give funny imitations of celebrated actors in his lively little piece entitled Imvs Made, by Mimicry, and Messrs. Frank Morun and E. X. rflocum will enliven the en tertainment with some Ethiopian eccentricities. Mr. Donnelly is one of tho most obliging of agents and managers, and ho has hosts of warm friends both in and out of th theutrlcal profession. We hope thut the capital bill oil'ored for Wednesday will attrac t a crowdod house, and that the compliment to the beneficiary will be of the most substantial character. At the Ameuican a number of Interesting novel ties will be presented tills evening. C1TT ITEMS. Custom Prpartmknt m tth choirs am-ortment of ,. Uolml itrt of Met Good, to bt mailt up to order by eniupritn 0H-I ntperienfd Cuttert and Workmen into Men'; Youtlu,', Bay emi Children's ganrimiH of twy ttyl. HiLK WAY BKTWEJCM i liENNKTT A Co., rifthaxd Towkb Hall, Sixth tire.) No. US M AltKET BT., Philadklphia. AND NO. 80(1 BaOADWAX. NU.VV Yon. Fbw who have evek tbikd the Ami:bicam Houhk, BostoK, are tempted to leav. thut pattern hotel "or any other. . , ElMOEB'S SEWTNO MACHINES Ob easiest poaibl e terms, bf O. r. Davis. No. 810 Oiiasnnt atreet. Wintof F.NEROY W one (treat cause of misfortuns in business, ""..., u., if.iii.iw use of Bpeor a ouiouuru ...... - - - . tone and energy to the physical power, ef the system. V m.wa laaaitude The Peruvian Bark contained in ' theJ .I" cure Ague. Fertile by . Hollows, iubui . ,,. ,,t ii'iftli and flhesnut Co. and reaerma Wnrrs Melton, vith rhUtxind. White Linen Drii.lino, Hth tHrm.t. Fancy do. do. do. White Dcck, do. do. Fanct do. do. do. White Xr.l.vr.Ttfo-Nidty and a full asortmot of Foietan and Domestic Pantaloon Stum's foil the Hot Whthkb, At Charles Btokbh', No. KM Ouenut straet. Hallet, Davis A Co.'s "New Scale" Grand and Square Pianos hare Riwit body of tone, and are as clear and mimi cal as a bell. Tho Aenojr is at No. fa; Chejuut street. F.vorj musician .liquid hare one. rtowF.n's Nrw Store. The elnjrnnt dru More iuBt opened by Mr. Uenrfre O. Bower In (!heinu( stropt, WMt of Fourth, ttily fitted up, auj inviting in an air of refresh Inn coolneM, has already become quite a resort. At no other place on the atreot can you procure suoh an eihilara tiiuc glass of soda water. ImsT National Uahk, York, Pa., June 14, !. V.nm. Miirvin A Co. : (iontlemcn : The (Spherical Safe No. 4 was duly received and subjected to such tests as we required, and we are Klud to say that It withstood all the assault mads upon it. Kofipectfuliy, D. K. Small, Prident. It is AT.TOfiFlIii n wnoMt to triil with a bad Couch or Cold, when a remedy ns sure, prompt, mid thorough as Javnk's Kxrr.cTOHANr cnu be reudiiy obtained. Sold everywhere. Jewflrt. Mr. William W. Cassidy, No. 12 South Seof uJ street, has the largest and most attractive ktmnrtment of fine Jowolry and Silverware In the city. Purchasers can rely upon obtaining a real, pure artiolo furnished at a price which cannot hoetiuullud. He also has a large stock of American Western Watches in all varieties and at all prices. A visit to his store is sure to result in pleasure and profit. Words of Weioht for Wives Axn Mothers. Tun superiority of Hoktf.tter's Ktom vch Bittern over all other tonics and correctives, as a remedy for dyspepsia, biliousness, nervous affections, and ait complaints of the visceral orgns,nnd as a preventive of malarious disorders, is proverbial ; but perhaps it Is not so generally known that the ingredients of this famous invigorant and alterative exeroise a powerful and most benefloial influence in that numerous and (distressing class of ailmonts of which so many thousands of delicate women are the patient, un complaining victims. The special troubles of the sex, commencing with the dawn of womanhood, and extending over a period of from thirty to thirty-five years, are as readily and certainly relieved by tho operation of t'jis ad mirable vegetable preparation as any of the complaints common to both sexes, for which it is recommended as a specific The attention of mothors is invited to its bal samic effect in those peculiar ca-es of functional irregu larity and irritation which, when neglected or maltreated, destroy the health and shorten the lives of s many in valids. There is no need for the powerful an 1 dangerous drugs too often resorted to in tuch cases. The mild tonic and restorative action of the Eitters is all the assistance tbat nature raciu'res in its struggle to over come the difficulty, and a vast amount of suffering would be spared to the sex if they placed implic t faith in this wholesomo vegetable inrigorant, corrective, and nervine, and discard tho pernicious nostrum) advertised by igno rant and mercenary charlatans. NO. 8 DEOATTJR STREET. HOWELL & BROTHERS. Paper-Hanoino Manufacturers, Are prepared to furnish at wholesale all styles of Paper Hangings, at their store, NO. 8 DECATUR STREET, until the completion of their new store on SIXTH STREET, BELOW MARKET tir some People Don't Know tf Home people don't know I IT" Home people don't know Some vemtle tlont kiwto !r" Some people don't kiune Ilnui cheap toe sell now cheap we sell Hone cheap we sell Iloto cheap tee teU How cheap we sell ite'ns and Bows' Cloth inn t1f Men's and Boy' Clothing, itf Men's and boy' Clot hi wj . Ir" Men's and Hoys' Clothing ttf' Men's and Boys' Clothing uj nxceiwni maxe Of Excellent Make Of Excellent Make Of Excellent Make Of Excellent Make tW And Beautiful Style. ItTAnd Beautiful Stylt. t And Beautiful Htile. l&-And Beautiful Style. tar- And Beautiful Style. vome ana see tti Come and see it t Come and see it I Come and see it I Come and see it I UT SOTK THE FACT '. We take pride, in having lite largest assortment to select from that can be found in Philadelphia, and tlte public may rest asmtred that our goods are superior to the ordi nary class of lieady-Made CUitlting, and every article we sell is RELIABLE in . every respect, W.I .V.l MAKER .1- 11 HOWS', POPULAR CLOTIUSd HOUSE, OAK HALL, The Corner of SIXTH ami HA RKET Street. &9T1CK TO THE CLOTHIXO MEX OE THE CITY ASD AElGHHOJtlXO TOWXS. We are jtut aliening Linen Sack, Dusters, and Alpaca CoaU by the thousand, and have had them mads up in beautiful style, expressly for our own sales. By reason of the larae quantities we manufacture, we oeaeve j ailors can do better in buying them of us than inmaking them up. They can always have them Jreait, ana. just such sue as salt require. s .1 .T.i.n.i n f.n r tfuun.t, POPULAR CLOTHlXtl HOUSE, OAK HALL, The Comer o, SIXTH and MARKET Streets. JEMCINSON-ROSHORN.-On the 17th instant. h the Rev. V. li. iltmhiiull, Mr. BKNJAM1N H. JKNK1M-. SON toSAHAH AMKLIA BOSBOKN, daughter of Mr. William E. Von Buckwald, both of this city. VACCHAN-tjUIRK.-On the 17th instant, at the resi dence of the bride'a parents, by the Rev. Hubert C. Mat la.!k, WILLIAM VAUGHAN, Jh., to Miss NTKPHANIA LOUISA, eldest daughter of Frederick T. Ojiirk, of this city. iii:i. BOWKN.-On Sunday, June 20, Captain DAVID HOWKN, late of Worcester oouuty, Al.irylund.agod 34 years. In ids country's darkest) hour bo prOMftntod his breast, with thousands ot others, a living bulwark, defouding her. He sickened and was taken to the hobtiitul. Alas! while a grutelul country was bedecking the cherished graves of tne fallen, be lay languishing, dying, without notice, save l.y a brother and the ministry of bis cousin, who, angel like, hovered over him, t'orsuking tho attractions of home, receiving his latest words of penitence and hope. He had genoroua impulses. His frailties his God and your Ood lorgave ; lot not man iudiro. lie was At-sistant Cuptain of the Port at City Point, Va., under orders of Colonel Bradley. i L. S. U. F A R R ELL. On the 201b Instant, Mrs. LILLY FAR HK.IX. 'i'ho relatives and friends of the family are respectfully invited to si tend tho funeral, from the house of her hus band, No. 7'.'5 Hepburn street, on Wednesday at 8 o'clock. To proceed to Mount Blonab Cemetery. Hit RI'KR. On the 301 h instant, WILLIAM IIARP&R, Sr., in tho h.'th year of his age. The relatives and male friends of the family are respect fully invited to attend the funeral, from his late rueiduuoe. No. fJl rfvvuiik road, on Wednesday, the Xld instant, at 4 o'oli'ok P. M. Interment at Woodland. Cemetery. " MORGAN -Suddenly, on the lHthmstunt, FRANCIS M. MOltGAN, in the 4rtth year of his age. The relatives snd friends ot the family, also of Philan thrope Lodge, No. li I. O. of O. I'., are reepoutfully in vited to attend his funeral, from his late rusidence. No. 2tM Summer atroet, on Tuesday, the &id lujtant. at 4 o'uiotk V. M. i THORN - On Secondly, the 21st instant, in her Soth year. M AIIY THORN, widow of Isaao Thorn, formerly of Chest erheUt tunsluj, Burlington couuly, tew Jwioy. i Iue not ii-eot tUt funeral will be Biveu, DRY QOODB. pOFULAB. PRICES FOR DRY GOODS RICKEY, SHARP & CO., Ko, 727 CnESIIUr Street! REDUCTION IN DRESS GOODS, amaasBM Fo?Uaette,, Japanese Silks. Ore Goods for Suits, Embroidered Grenadine?. Lawns,, Ginghams, Chintzes, Chocolate Colored Linens, Chocolate Colored ?ercales. White Goods. ZVXonrnin? Goods. RICKEY, SHARP & CO., NO. 727 CIIESNUT STREET, tfrp PHILADELPHIA. TURKISH VESTS. BEST WZIZTH TOWELS FOR VESTS AND LADIES' SACaUES. NOW OPEN AT 3IILLIKEN H , No. 1123 CHESNUT Street AND No, 828 ARCH Street, 9 30wfm5 PHILADELPHIA. CARD. It is now seventeen years and upioards since tne started the retail Dry Goods, then in a very modest way, at our present location. Many sea sons of prosperity enable us to afford some bar gains to our friends and patrons prior to re building our front store, July I. 1 Tfsui COOPER & C0NARD, S. E. COR. NINTH AND MARKET STS. 1 869. "AT THORNLEY'S," DEMONSTRATION EXTRAORDINARY! ATTRACTION UNPARALLELED PRICES PRESSED DOWN TO THE LOWEST POINT! We offer for the next thirty dan a STOCK OF DRY (ROODS' THE MOST VAKIK.IX THE MOST OOM- PIKTK, THE MOST KXTKNal Y JC, AND THE CHEAP. K8T it has ever been our prinleca to exhibit in this com munity ; consisting in part of BLACK FItO.1I 8130 to 93. Japanese Silks and Pongee Poplias, eto. Mottled Mohair lresa doods. Hernanies, Organdies, Piques, Lawna, Lauia Laee and French Lace Shawls. Shetland Shawl., Thibet (shawls, Travelllnjr Shawls, eta Delaines, Calicoes, Ginghams, Tickings, etc. etc. Paranoia, Bun Umbrellas, Dorset, Skirts, etc. eto. MEN'H AND HOVW WKAIL. Linen Drills, Docks, Oheoks, Stripes, eto. Cassimrres, Cloths, Blouse Linens, Plaid Shirtings, eto. Housekeeping Linen Goods in every variety. Muslins in all widths. Dress Linings, and Handkerchief. A general stock of White Goods, Quilta, eto. eto. At JOSEPH H. THORNLEY'S, N. E. COR. EIGHTH AND SPRING GARDEN 19 PHILADELPHIA. s PECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT. JOHN V. THOMAS, 405 and 407 N. SECOND St., Offers his entire stock or SUZHItrXHR DRESS GOODS AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. HERNANIS, GRENADINES, LAWNS, ORGAN. DIES, POPLINKTTES, SUMMER POPLINS, MOHAIRS, ETC. ALSO, LAMA AND INDE LACES, la Points, Paletots, Rotunds, Sacques, Marie Au toluenes, and Zouaves, 13 T3iurp IN BLACK AND WniTE. PARASOLS. PARASOLS. ALL THE NEWEST j uonaoo ana rtm worm wu.uu .w .i. riety, and elegance are unequalled, A large a KTUDSOl OI UHH Ufor no. auu ww brellaa at the lowest prices, at H. DIXON'S fancy Good, atore. No. Ml 8. KlOH'i'H Street iu Hn. HATS AND CAPS. TTI WARRI '. RTON'S IMPROVED VENTI dilated and eay4itting Dress HttUjKBk,e.","'! Jn " next door to the Poet OHioe. fflir.AA REWARD. FIVE HUNDRED DOL- fPtU lnrs reward will be paid for any information that will lead to the arrest, detection, and conviotionof the noa or peraons that net on tire the Freight Depot of this Company on the night ot April v ia- Getienil Superintendent Philadelphia, (.ieuuuiUuwu anil jorriBtown Kaiiroad (louipauy, PUilaUtflnlua, June 14, lebV. 8l6 6t BEWINQ MAOHINES. THE AMERICAN COMBINATION BUTTON-HOLE AND SEWING MACHINE I onqnostlonnHiygnpenor to all otiicn as a Family Machine, THE SIMPLICITY. EASK. AND CKK- TAINT X with which it operates, as well as the uni form excellence of in work, throughout the entire range fit sewing, in Stitching, Hemming, Felling, Tucking, uorflmg, Braiding, Quilung, Gath ering, and Sewing on, Over seaming, Embroidering on the Edge, and its Beauti ful Button-Hole and Eyelet Hole Work, PLACE IT UNQUESTIONABLY 1'AR IN AD VANCE OP ANY OTHER SIMILAR INVENTION. OFFICE, S, W Cor. ELEVENTH and CHESNUT, 6 16 wtm3mrp PHILADELPHIA, rpiIE LATEST AND BEST. THE PARHAM NKW FAMILY SEWING MACHINE. Combining nil the good qualities of the host machines in the market, with many now and ariinimhin fc.tnro. nm found in any other. Is adopted for ovory donoriptinn of ismny sewing ana for light manufacturing purposes; is docidedly the ruot perfect, simple, and reliable FAMILY SEWING MACHINE ever invonted. It is elegant in StFle and finish: Simnln in ftnn.tnml inn nni.alM. in operation ; makes perfect work on every description of material; is pertectly free in all its inoveinonts; is very light running, and is a pleasure for the operator to uso it. Call snd exnminn it at tha nfflr-A nf THE PAHHA.M SKWINfl niACIIINK CO., JNO. 704 CHESNUT STREET, 6 in Ira PHILADELPHIA. yyr HEELER & WILSON'S SEWING MACHINES Are the Best, and are Sold on the Easiest Terms. PETERSON & CARPENTER, GENERAL AGENTS, Io. 914 CHESNUT Street, 8 B fmw PHILADELPHIA. JEWELRY AND SILVERWARE. II M O CLARK & BIDDLE. JEWELLERS AND SILVERSMITHS, HAVING REMOVED FROM NO. 712 CHESNUT STREET, TO THEIR NEW BUILDING. No. 1 11 Clicsuut Street. Are now opening a large and new assortment of DIAMOND and OTHER FINE JEWELRY, AMERI CAN AND SWISS WATCHES, ENGLISH STER LING SILVER-WARE, G OR HAM ELECTRO PLANED WARE, MANTEL CLOCKS, Etc. 8 llthm A RARE BUSINESS OPPORTL'NITV. For sale, THE STOCK, FIXTURES, AND GOOD WILL Of a FIRST-CLASS BOOK, STATIONERY, AND NEWS DEPOT, having tho AGENCY OF ALL THE PHILADELPHIA and Sew York Daily Papers, Weeklies, etc., and selling about ONE THOUSAND PAPERS DAILY, also doing an EXTENSIVE STA TIONERY", BLANK BOOK, LITHOGRAPHING, PRINTING, WALL PAPER AND WINDOW SHADE fl'RADE. SO SURE A BUSINESS would not have been relinquished but that the proprietor has engagements abroad. The most unexceptiona ble references can be given to some of the best houses in Philadelphia. A hamfaome three-story brick dwelling house is attached to the store, the fur niture of which can be purchased very reasonable, or the building will be disposed of, if desired. HAV ING BEEN ESTABLISHED THIRTEEN YEARS, AND THE CLOSEST ATTENTION PAID TO IT, THE ORDER PORTION ALONE OF THE TRADE IS A GOOD BUSINESS IN ITSELF. Apply to JOHN GREIG, 6 IT Chester, Pa. One-Price Clothing House, No. G04 MiXlItlilX Street. Our Garments are well made. Our Cutters are men of talent. BUT ONE PRICE IS ASKED. Satisfaction Guaranteed Every Purchaser. GEO. W. NIEMANN, Proprietor, JITwfmtf No. 804 MARKET St., above Sixth. gOARDMAN'S SECOND ANNUAL EXCURSION TO ATLANTIC CITY, From Saturday Afternoon, June 26, to Monday, June 28, 1869. Leave Vine Slreet Wharf Saturday at asa P. M. Returning, leave Atlantic Monday at 1 A. M., June i-. Round Trip, 13-00. 1 14 12t FULL NATURAL HkWR Rim. TOMATOES in season, fresh from the vines, are not more excellent. Cans large, and full of pure solid Tomatoes. TRY A CAN. FOR BALE BY ALL GROCERS AND MARKET MEN. QUINTON PACKING COMPANY, No, 48 North WATER Street, Philadelphia. Factory, Cumlxsrland CO., New Jersey. 6 91Jmrp TORN FARNl'M & CO., COMMISSION MER. f ' chants snd Maiiufactureraof OonostoK Ticking, eto., No. iw UllKSNUT but, Philadelphia. 4 1 wimj . nrer FINANOIAL.' B A N K I N O HOUSE OF JAY COOKE & CO., Nos. 112 and 114 South THIED Street PHILADELPHIA. Dealers In all Government Bocnrttlea. Old 6-808 Wanted In Exchange for New. A Liberal Difference allowed. Compound Interest Notes Wanted. Interest Allowed on Deposits. COLLECTIONS MADS. STOCKS bought and sold on Commission. I Special business accommodations reserved for ladles. We win receive applications for Policies of Life Insurance in tho National Life Insurance Company of tho United States. Full Information given at onr orace. 1 8m UNITED STATES COUPONS DUE JULY I, WANTED. COUPONS OF UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD DUE JULY I, Taken Same as Government Coupons. DE HAVEN & BRO., BANKERS AND DEALERS IN GOVERNMENTS, NO. 40 SOUTH THIRD STREET, 6 11 PHILADELPHIA. LEDYARD & BARLOW HAVE REMOVED THEIR LAW AND COLLECTION OFFICE TO No. 19 South THIRD Stroot. PHILADELPHIA, And will continue to give careful attention to collect lngand securing CLAIMS throughout the United States, BritlHh Provinces, and Europe. Sight Drafts and Maturing Paper collected at Bankers' Rates. 1 28 6m MITH, RANDOLPH CL CO., BANKERS, Fliilatlelplila and Sew lfork. DEALERS IN UNITED STATES BONDS, and MEM BERS OF STOCK AND GOLD EXCHANGE, Receive Accounts of Banks and Bankers on Liberal Terras. ISSUE BILLS OF EXCHANGE ON G. J. nAMBRO SON, London, B. METZLER, 8. SOHN CO., Frankfort JAMES W. TUCKER A CO., Paris. And Other Principal Cities, aud Letters of Credl 1 2tf Available Throughout Europe. B. IS. JAB2XSOXT & CO., SUCCESSORS TO - P. F. K L L Y - & CO., Hanker nnd Btaalers in Gold, Silver, ana Gorameiit M, AT CLOSEST MARKIT RATES, N.W. Corner THIRD and CHESNUT Sts. Special attention given to COJ4MISSION ORDERS n New York and Philadelphia Stock Boards, eto. etc. 0 6 tl'2 81 QLENDINNING, DAVIS &CO NO. 48 SOUTH THIRD STREET, PHILADELPHIA. GLENDINNING. DAVIS & AMORY, NO. 2 NASSAU STREET, NEW YORK BANKERS AND BROKERS. Direct telegraphic communication with the New York Stock Boards from the Philadelphia Office. mj CITY WARRANTS BOUGHT AND SOLD. C. T. YERKES, Jr., & CO., No. 20 Soutl. THIRD Street, l I PHILADELPHIA. UXIOH AND CENTRAL PACIFIC RAILROAD BONDS BOUGHT ,VND SOLD. WILLIAM PAINTER & CO., BANKERS, NO. 36 SOUTH THIRD STREET, 6111m PHILADELPHIA. BAMUKL WORK., . ITRAN01S V. WILNB. WORl CL XftlXTJE, BANKERS, STOCK AND EXCHANGE BROKERS, tie. 131 & Tamo a., pmiladxlpbu FINANCIAL. A RELfABlE HOME INVESTMENT, t THE FIRST MORTOAOE BONDS or Tir? . a) Wilmington and Reading Railroad, BKAKINU INTEREST At SEVEN PER CENT, in Currency, ' Paynble April nnd October, free of HTATR I NITED STATUS TAXICS. Tills roadrnna turough a tblrkly populated an I ri ia aRriculiaral and manufacturing disiriot. lor the prosent, we arc offeriuc a limited amount of UM abore Bonds at 85 Cents and Interest. lb. connection of tliisrosd with the Pennsylvania aad Road log Ititilroads insures it a lsiiia and remunerative trade. We recommend tbehond as tbe oboapeat lint class investment iu tbe markot. Wrl. PAITJT23H 54 CO. BANKERS AND DEALERS IN GOVERNMENT NO. 30 S. THIRD STREET, PHILADELPHIA. R E M O V A if. ELLIOTT & DUNN HAVING REMOVED TO THEIR NEW BUILDIM No. 109 S. THIRD Stre&t, Are now prepared to transaota OKNKRAL BANKINQ BU81NKHS, and deal in OOVKHNMENT and other 8. ouritioa, COLD, BILLS, Kto. Receive MONKY ON DK.I'OSIT, allowimr interest. N KGOTIATK I .OAKS, giving special attention to MEH OA NTILK PAPER. Will execute orders for 8tks, Bonds, etc., ON OOM MISSION, at the Stock Exchanges of Philadelphia, New York, Boston, and Baltimore. 4 gga p 8. PETERSON A CO.. Stock and Exchange Brokers No. 39 South THIRD Street. Members of the New York and Philadelphia Stock and Gold Boards. STOCKS, BONDS, Etc., bought and sold on oom mission only at either city. 1 M QH AM PI ON SAFE 81 GREAT FIRE AT CAMDEN. Camden, June T, 1369. Messrs. Fasrkl, nsRRWO Co., No. 629 Chesnut Street, Philadelphia. Dear Sirs: At the very destructive Are of Messrs. McKeen & Bingham's Saw Mill, which occurred on the evening of the 6th instant in this place, the Safe manufactured by yon, belonging to the late firm of i'. M. Bingham & Garrison, was in the building and subjected to a very severe test, as the Ure raged fiercely for several hours ; and so great was the heat that the brass plates were melted off, and to our great surprise, when the Safe was opened, we found all the imoks and papers uninjured. Yours, respectfully, HAMHRL B. OARRISOlf, Late of F. M. Blugliam Jk Garrison. HERRING'S PATENT CHAMPION SAFES, "THIS MOST RELIABLE SECUKITY FROM FIRS NOW KNOWN," Manufactured and sold by FARREL, HERRING & CO., NO. 629 CHESNUT STREET, PHILADELPHIA. HERRING, FARREL 4 SHERMAN, No. 251 BROADWAY, New York. n ERRING 4 CO., Chicago. HERRING, FARREL A SHERMAN, New Orleanav More than 80,000 Herring's Safes have been and are now in nse, and over SIX HUNDRED have passed through accidental fires, preserving their contents in some Instances where many others failed. Second-hand Safes of our own and other makers having been received in part pay for the IMPROVED HERRING'S PATENT CHAMPION, for sale at low prices 4 IT 4ptf FURNITURE, ETO. FURNITURE. T. & J. A. HENKEILS HAVING REMOVED TO THEIR ELEGANT 8TOIIE, No. 1002 ARCH Street, Are now selling FIRST-CLASS FURNITURE at Tery Reduced Prices. 41 Bmrp FOB BAB GAINS IN FURNITURE 00 TO RICHMOND & CO.. No. 45 South SECOND Street, eoini ABOVE CUE NUT, EAST SIDE. OURTAINS AND SHADES. pil'ORTANT TO HOUSEKEEPERS. l HK PATENT ADJlT8TAbI.K WINDOW BOREKS8 tit siiy window, and koi 'it IL1KS. MOHQl'lTOKH. AN1J ai.l- OTHKR 1N8KOTS. " For mtlo No. lit North SIXTH Krwt. WINPOW KI.1NMS ANO fcUADlCli of aU kind. UKPA1KINU, ElO. D. J. WILLIAMS & SONS, NO. 16 NORTH SIXTH STREET, ( U lui PlltLADK.Ll'TIl A. tree), ud n' ouier uiuwi-v..