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THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, JULY 5, 1870.
5 tiry iTi:ns. Bi'RiKi and Summer Ci.othino. Men's, Youths' and Boys', All Kinds, All Styles, All Sieks, Wetter in Make, Ukttkr in cut, Better in Style, I'.ettkr ik Every WLax, Tijn ant Other Stock or Keady-Made Ulotuino in PniLADELrHIA, AND HOLD AT Gl ARANTKKD LOWER PRICES THAN ANY OTHER. jlnif.voy ) Bennett A Co., Iklveen I'ifth V- TOWER 111.1., and Hath .V. J No. BIS Market Street. Want of Si.fei Opium or morphine Is usually prescribed as a soporific. Roth are violent remedies, and react violently ; producing nausea, headache and prostration. They are often given when they are not needed : and not unfrequently they Increase the irritation of the brain instead of soothing It. Tro bably in seventy-live cases out of a hundred in which they are administered, Plantation Bittkks, given in moderate doges and at proper Intervals, would have the desired effect Poisons who find It dilll cult to compose their minds to Bleep after lying down at uig'.it. r whose slumbers are disturbed by bad dreams, or are too brief to niiord due nourish ment, are advised to try the Tlantation Hitters as an anodyne: for this comprehensive medicine is wot ouly a tonic and alterative, but a delightful sedative a "balm of hurt minds," as well as a revlviilcrof enfeebled frames. Its use, as a tm-ans of producing healthful sleep, involves note of the unpleasant secondary conse quences of a resort to the former narcotics, lhey all, without exception, excite the stomach ; while the dVett of the fitters is to tone, and without Irrl latitig tliat sensitive organ. Prej-ekve mealtii and comi'okt or your Children by uMng Ur. Jayne's Tonic Vermifuge for the removal or Worms, the restoration of the ap petite, debility of tUc stomach and digestive organs, and in all cases w here a general tonic is needed. This old-established remedy will bo found safe and sure in Its action, pleasant to the taste, and a most useful auxiliary in maintaining the general health. :old everywhere. Small size. TT cents; double si.e, CO cents per bottle. A Hint to i iic-E I'lKtHA.sEits or Clothim-a who desire to Have Two Dollars There are some houses that are making a great noise about offering C heviot Suits for Twelve Dollars, and think they are oileiiug very cheap at that. We arc selling the very same goods, the only difference being that ours are much better cut and trimmed, made for Ten Dollars. We invite the public to examine and satisfy them selves of this tact. - Kockiiii.l & Wilson, Nos. C03 and 6U5 Chesnut street. Dr. H. Si.ale, the well-known Clairvoyant, of Kalamazoo, Michigan, tans taken rooms at No. 1225 Chesnut street, Philadelphia, for the purpose of treating the sick. His remedies are magnetically prepared by himself, and may be taken by the most delicate under ail circumstances. Diagnosis given without asking any questions. Office hours from 9 A. M. to 5 P. M. Sure to Legilate the Bowels. Mrs. Wins i.ow'ooTaiNii Isyrcp is the only thing that mothers can rely upon for their children. It corrects acidity of the Btomach, regulates the bowels, and gives rest, health, and comfort to mother and child. During the process of teething, its value is incalculable. It softens the gums, reduces inflammation, and allays all pain, thereby giving rest to the child and comfort to the mother. A Paragraph for the Dressiku-room Gentle men who are trying to revive the tinge of other days in their grizzled hair with muddy and glutinous pre iterations, are hereby Informed that Phalon's Italia, or Salvation for the Hair, will accom plish the object more effectually than any of these, and Is transparent uud without sediment. Cut this paragraph out and lay it on your toilet as a reminder. Mr. William W. Cassidy, the jeweller at No. 2S Soath Second street, has one of the largest and most attractive stocks of all kinds of Jewelry and Silver ware in the city. lie has also on hand a line assort ment of tine American Western Watches. Those who purchase at this store at the present time are certain to get the worth of their money. Sea Moss Famine, from pure IriBh Moss, for Blanc Mange, Puddiugs, Custards, Creams, etc. etc. The cheapest, hehlthlest, and most delicious lood la the world. Singer's Family Sewixo Machines, Tan aollart cash. 1 lance in monthly instalment. O. F. Davis, No. 810 Chesnut street. New Style Picture. The German Cbromos made by A. K. P. Trask, No. 40 N. Eighth itreet. They must be seen to be adaiirod. ;tiAiiitii:i. P.iohter Wuittinoton June 14, at the Parson age of Trinl'v M. E. Church, Chester, Pa., by the Rev. George . F. Graff, Mr. Lewis G. Kkjuter to Miss Mahuahetta Wuittinoton, both of Chester. Schively Crowley June 27, 1S70, at the resl- dence of the bride's parents, by new Thomas B. Bott, Geoboe P. scmvELY, Jr., to Mary J. Crow ley, all oi this city. iii:i. Blackhcp.st. On the 4th instant, Henry Black 111 kst, aged 4'. years. The relatives and friends of the family are invited to attend the funeral, from his late resilience, No. 151 Master street, on Thursday afternoon at 1 O'clock. Interment at Ulenwood Cemetery. CI'llkn. On the 4th Instant, Catharine, daugh ter of Tnonias and Mary Ann Cullen, agd 3 mouths and 20 davs. The relatives and friends of the family are invited to attend the funeral, from the residence of her parents, No. 164'J Germautown avenue, to-morrow (Wednesday ) afternoon at 3 o'clock. Interment at New Cathedral Cemetery. Duklap. on trie 3d instant, Mrs. Mary Dcnlap, In the 84th year of her age. The relatives and friends of the family are respect fully Invited to attend her funeral, from the resi dence of her sou, A. II. Dunlap, No. S 4S Chatham street, below Green, on Thursday morning at 10 O'clock. Gbii fiths. On the 4th instant, Ellen F., wire of J. 8. Grltliths, and daughter of the lare Thomas Waddiil, of I'uvettevllle, N. C. Due notice of the funeral will be given. (Sew York city, Wilmington, N. C, and Richmond, Va., papars please copy.) Gross. Suddenly, on the morning of Julys, Emma S. Gross, daughter of Henry s. Gros, Eq. The relatives and friends of the family are respect fully invited to attend the funeral, from the resi dence of her parents, No. 1717 Master street, on Wednesday alternoon, July 6, at 2 o'clock. Haines On the afternoon of July 3, Freeman Haines, infant son of Benjamin 11. and Sarah J. Haines. i Km y On the morning of Julv 4, Annie, daugh ter of MituAEL B. and Kate Kkily, in the 0th year of her aire. Burial this afternoon at 4 o'clock, in St. Mary's Cemetery. MOBBia. On the 4th instant, Paschal Mor ris, jr. Due notice will be given of the funeral. ' Yocno On the 4th instant, William J. Vocng, in tue TOtn year 01 nia age. The relatives and friends of the family, also the members of the Scots' Thistle (society, are respect full? invited to attend his funeral, from his late resi dence, No. 610 Lombard" street, on Thursday after noon, the Hli inataut. at ro'rlock. without further notice, lutermeut at I'niou Ground, Sixth aud Fede ral streets. s SUMMER RESORTS. ATLANTIC CITY. UNITED STATES HOTEL, ATLANTIC CITY. N. J., IS NOW OPEN. Reduction of Twenty Per Cent, la the Tiice of Board S'asic under the direction of Professor M. F. A'ed J. Terms, ifiW per week. Peisnns desiring to engage rooms trill aidiess. BROWN & WOELPPEK, Proprietors, No. 827 RICHMOND fctrset, Fhilaiolpbia. filthitulm 6 2-; dim 7 2rttb'.tulm CIKF HOUSE, ATLANTIC CITV, N. J-., k ' Is Inow onon for tho' iwjwn. I'onidps tho a.l- vnntnee of location this homo enjoy, and tlin fiuo I'lUiiing contiguous to it, a r.iilrosd has boon constructed inc last canon 10 convey gu.-Ms from the hotel t the Imarh The house has boon nvpiliattlori nml rotittivj throughout, and no pains will be spared to make it, in every part ir'itnr. A (1KS1V;L&S ESI Al.lMllHf..'N I . 611 Sra J. i'UKAti, Proprietor. yillTE HOUSE, ATLANTIC CITY, N. J, having changed hand., and been reflttod and newly furnished throughout, is li nv open for the reception of gncsts. Terms, $13 and $16 per wejk. 6 11 lm H. OOFI'I V, Proprietor. AM E R I C A N IIOUS E, ATLANTIC CI IT (near the Depot.) 'I he liar will be 1 uruishoil with tha choica-t Li;Tiori and Cigars, and tho table v ih nil ttr? delicacies ot the scuson. 'isitoa are invile.l to caii and sve tor tlioiu selves. Branch of KiveU'A t.v-Mor Hay, Fliiladolphia. 6 111m THOMAS lUlKKNWICT L, Proprietors. pONGRESJ HALL. ATLANTIC CITY, N. J., V ' situated but a flMV roils from tlm Rnnnh. Is tpen for the season. The hotel idiico last sousin hub oecn tuorouniy renttea and renovated and many Diodorn improvements adiied. r mo Mabhng for Horses on the premises. lt.'Mesof Board greatly reduced sinco last eeason. till lm GKOKGK W. H I1N0K I.K, Iroprietor. JIGIITIIOUSE COTTAGE, Lctated between United States Hotel and the beaoh, ATLANTIC CITV, N. J. BOARD KKDL'UKD. Open from June 1 to October 1. 6 1 im JONAH WOOTTOX, Proprietor. OCEAN HOUSE. ATLANTIC CITY, N. J., now and handsomely furnished thrnunhout nnA diiuated very near the beach, is open for tho season 'Iho table will be tupplied with the best tho market atlords, and the house will be found first class in evciy respect, ir ine stabling for horses. No liar. U. . hiisukik uu 1'roprietors. 611 lm K. F. BLAIR, (Superintendent. fREMONT HOUSE, CORNER OF PACIFIH 1 and VIRGINIA Avcnuf s. Atlantic City. N. J. This new and doHirtitfullv located Hotel is now open for the reception of Riiests. It Is neatl) furnished throughout, and nill be found one of the ploasantost stop ping places on the Island. isiiiin 11 j51ajui, iropriotor. BEACH COTTAGE, ATLANTIC CITY. NOW open. A first-class Family Hoardimr House. MICHIGAN Avenue, near the IJeach. NO BAIL Tonus to suit oil. Apply to J. B. DOYLE, Proprie tor, or E. K. PARKOTT. No. S5 N. .EIGHTH Street. corner of Filbert. 711m nEWITT HOUSE, ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. - This favorite house has been removed two snmrns nearer the ocean, and is now on PENNSYLVANIA. Ave luo, next to the Presbyterian church. It is now open for the seasen. tillstothSm A.T. HUTCHINSON, rroprietroM. ryilE OLD INLET HOUSE, ATLANTIC -L CITY, is now open for the reception of guests This is oneof the most pleasantly located bouseson the Beach, and the M ines, Liquors, Cigars, etc., will be found of the most superior character. JOHN HKI'Z, biilm Proprietor. DENNIS COTTAGE, ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (MICHIGAN AVUNUIC). Enlarged to doublo its former capacity, is now oDen for the reception of guests. 6 11 lm Proprietor. VTEPTUNE COTTAGE (LATE MANN'S 1 COTTAGE). PKNNBYLVANI A Avenue, first hniisn below the Mansion House, Atlantio City, is NOW OP1CM to receive Guests. All eld friends heartily welcome, and nnnnniln M KH .11 III V K M II ! 1? new ones also. 6 11 2m Proprietress. MACY HOUSE, MASSACHUSETTS AVENUE, Atlantic City, is open the entire vear. Situ ated near the best bath ing. Has large airy rooms. with spring beds. Terms JIB per week. 6 zo uw uukgu ji. mac y, proprietor. COLUMBIA HOUSE, ATLANTIC CITY, N. J., opposite the Surf Uousn, IS NOW OPEN. 1 erms to suit the times. 6 11 lm EDWARD DOYLE, P.oprietor. THE SCIIAUFLER HOTEL, ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. The best location on the island, with an A No. i tame, ana the best attention paid to its guests. Kighty fine Bleeping chambers, with beds, etc., unsurpassed. e it im .aiAjia tiuu&urLi!.K, rroprietor- THE VINCENT HOUSE, PACIFIC AVE nne. nearly opposite the Chester County House, I'l'l lnTHIlllTV i. ....... .... .,....,..... I..!: 1 Bathing not surpassed anywbe e On thelsland. NO flAK. olllm KENTUCKY HOUSE, ATLANTIC CITY. N. J. is now open for the reception ot visitors. A1KB. M. WUlUiUItlt, 6 11 lm Proprietress. THE SEASIDE HOUSE, ATLANTIC CITY, N. J is NOW OPEN for the reception of guests, one square from railroad to the beach. o 11 lm KVAN3 UA1NUD, Proprietors. COTTAGE RETREAT ATLANTIC CITY, N. J., is now open for the reception of guests. j erius moderate. mkb. jhcuikks, 6 11 stuth 2m Proprietress. PENN MANSION (FORMERLY ODD FEL lows Retreat), ATLANTIO CITY, ia now in the bands of its former proprietor, and is open for the season. tmzmeoa wai. m. UAKl tK, Proprietor. CHESTER COUNTY HOUSE, ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. J. KKIM, 611 lm Proprietor. PENTRAL HOUSE, ia NOW OPEN for the reception of guests. ouew LavtLUK a, ikilly, proprietors. rpOMPKINS & SON, ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. X French confectionery, ice cream, and fine cakes, wholesale and retail, ATLANTIO Street, opposite United States Hotel. 6 11 lm a TAMMANY HOUSE, ATLANTIC CITY, N. J., delightfully located on NOKTli CAROLINA Avenue, is ItUW UftLSS. L1AS ULKAVEK, 6 11 lm Proprietor. TV EST PHILADELPHIA HOUSE, T ATLANTIO AVENUE, Ami t KTin ri'rv ki r 611 lm A A iiA iiu va. xi, u . JAMES M. URIAN, Proprietor. T7UREKA COTTAGE, ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. J ATLANTIC and VIRGINIA Avenues, will be open June 25, for the reoeption of visitors. T. t. WAT.SO.V, H. H. WATSON (late of Kvard House). 6 11 in- CANK HOUSE, ATLANTIC CITY, N. J., O is now open for the season. Terms $13 per week or tt3 per day. 6111m LEWIS RKPP, Proprietor, EEFD HOUSE, ATLANTIC CITY, NEXT door to United States Hotel. Terms l? to 15 per week. CHARLES bOUDKR, M. I)., 6 11 In Proprietor. rpHE BYE HOUSE, ATLANTIC CITY, N. J., A is now open for the reception of guests. For rooms, apply to Mis. JSEVINK, No. lai3 SPRUCE Street, PUla.jjjr at the Bye House. 6 1 1 liu MAGNOLIA HOUSE, ATLANTIC CITY, now open. For particulars apply Nos. 1429 and 14J1 CHFSNUT StreeL blllm M. B. FIELD. THE "C1IALFONTE," ATLANTIC. CITY, N A J., it now open. Railroad from the bouse to the tieain. r.i.iaua w,.ia, till am Proprietor. rr U E A L II A M B R A, A ATLANTIO CITY. N. J., is now open for theaeabon. 6 1, lm R. B. LEip3, Proprietor. CTAR HOTEL, OPPOSITE THE U.S. HOTEL, KJ ATL.ANTIUCIIK.M.J., is now open for the season tj U m MRS. OULLION, Proprietress. "MONROE COTTAGE. ATLANTIC CITY, 111 N. J., ATLANTIC Avenue, first block above United States Hotel, i erius numerate. 6 11 lm W ILLIAM MONROE, Proprietor THE CLARENDON HOUSE, ATLANTIC X CITY.iaROW UPrrn hik imk JOSKPU JONES, Proprietor. S. B. MORSE, Superintendent. e 11 lia SUMMER RESORTS. C ATE MAY. STOCKTON HOTEL. CAPS MAY, N. J IS NOV OrEN FOlt THE RECEPTION OF GUESTS. Muslo under the direction of FrofessDr CHARLES r. D'JDWORTII. Terms, J4 to per day, or J29 per week. CHARLES DUFFY, Proprietor, 6 jsuirs Formerly of the Continental Hotel, Phlla. COLUMBIA HOUSE, CAPE MAY, N. J., V IS NOW OPKN. Plans of rooms may be soen and arrangements made f' r tainilies or indit iduala by culling at the Uirard House, rniianoipi.'ia. It is intenden mat TUE COLUMBIA HOUSE shall sustain its HIGH CHARACTER for nnietnens and good order, and continue to be so con ducted as I retain its large For good bat hino. easi access to beach for children, ceritrM location, and yet for retirement, we claim advan- ""tP" fr THE COLUMBIA superior to those possessed by any other ho' el noon the isisnii. oaonua u. noui'rt, lltt Propnetor. A I so, proprietor ef Rolton's Hotel. Harrisburg, Pa. M cMAKlN'S AT LANITO HOTEL for guest Open during the year. Is directly on the see shore, with the best bathing beach of the Capo. Terms, for tho summer, $3 ol) per day and $21 per weok Coach from depot free. No Bar S 21 tuths3m JOHN McM AKIN, Proprietor. 1MIE PHILADELPHIA HOUSE, A OAPK INLAND, N. J., IS NOW OPEN. me Douse Keen greatly enlarged and improvea, ana .lii ntitiArtor inilnramnnt to thiiMA llApkinff a (luiet and pleiisant home by thasea side at a moderate price. Address, ft. UUltt 11 11, JMO. 1IXH uumbui wruoi, or Cape May 6 1 2 in XT KITED STATES HOTEL, FORMERLY J Sherman House. Cape Island. The undersigned renpectfully informs the public that he has taken the above hotel, and wlil keep a plain, comfortable house, a pood table, and the best wines and liquors that he can procure. Price of board, 117.60 per week. The house la now open for visitors. CIJT1,. TPl?I7 MrTvTP.TSTV Ao-r V m I 11U V Wilis A'a v is. & u f P) - v OCEAN HOUSE, CAPE MAY, N. J. THE BEST table on Cane Island. Numerous home-like comfoits, location within fifty yards of tho best buthiiiR on the beaoh, are the principal advantages possessed by thla lirst-class family hotel. No bar on the premises. LYCKTTE & SAWYER, 0 iiU im proprietors. pAPE ISLAND. WILLIAM MASON HAS J consolidated tha Continental with the favorite MER CHANTS' HOTEL, joining both bouses together, and extending the portico the whole length of the building. '1 be hotel has boon renovated throughout, and tho Sleep ing Apartments supplied with tine Spring Mattresses. iowopon. 'j ornis reasonable. o to im 1)RYANT HOUSE, DECATUR STREET, near tho Bach. Cape Siay.W. J., is NOW OPEN for tbe season. House entirely now ; newly furnished througn out, and has a full Ocean viow. Accommodations for M0 guests. NO 11AR. J. L. BUY ANT, 0 IB im x-ropnoior. rpREMONT HOUSE, CAPE MAY, N. J. A This House is now open for the reception of guests. Rooms can be engaged at No. 13 MOUNT VERNON btrret, until July 1. ti lb 2in xi us. r.. r a i tv avjii uo.u'.3. FRIENDS' COTTAGK, CAPE MAY CITY, N. l. .1.. FRONT Street, south of Congress Hall Lawn. and near the Ocean, is now open for the reception of guests. lti lm A. P. COOK, Proprietor. CRESSE COTTAGE, No. 31 FRANKLIN ST., Cape May, N. J. M RS. B AYLISS, Proprietress FOR SALE. FOR SALE A VALUABLE LAGER BEER :;l BREWERY, on FIFTH Street. This pro perly is situated between Adams and Monroa streets, Wilmington, Delaware. The building U largo and was erected for a brewery. The vaults arc cut out of the solid rock. There is a good steam engine, with boilers; als tanks, vats, mills, etc. The lot Is 173 feet on Monroe street, and i::o feet on Fifth. There is a garden 60 ieet by 130 feet. This is a most desirable property. An excellent trade can be done in "Wtlmington and through Delaware and Maryland. The purchaser can have hia own time lor payment. Very little cash is required. An enter prising, skilful brewer can make a fortune in a short time. The brewery is supplied by the City Water Works with water from the iirannywine. mis water is celebrated for its excellent qualities in the manu facture of ale and lager beer. There are at least forty beer saloons in the city of Wilmington. There is direct communication by railroad with Philadel phia, Baltimore, Reading, Lancaster, Kennett Square, WeBt Chester, and with all the towns on tho Penin sula, and by steamboat as well as rail with Philadel phia and New York. Wilmington possesses peculiar facilities for manufactures of all kinds, and thla brewery oilers a rare chance lor a man with a small capital. Apply to A. n. RRIMS1IAW, Real Estate Agent, Nos. 2 and 4 West THIRD Street, Wilmington, Del. ; or to M. THOMAS &. SONS, Nos. 139 and 111 South FOURTH Street, Philadelphia. T 5 lot T70R SALE (iOOD-WILL, STOCK, AND 1 fixtures of the liquor and grocery store No. laid PEARL Street. 7 5 3t EXCURSIONS. p O R CAPE MAY. On and after THURSDAY, June 30, the steamer ARROWSMITH will leave ARCH STREST WHARff for CAPE MAY on TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS, and 8ATDRDAT8 at 9 A. M. Returning, will leave CAPE MAY on MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS and FRIDAYS at 8 A. M., stopping each way at Chester and New Castle. Fare, t2'25, including carriage hire. Servants, fi-M, ' " Children, I1-2S, ' " " Horses, carriages, and freight! taken at reasonable rates. The ARROWSMITH is a fine, commodious steamer, and is litteU with every requisite for the safety and comfort of passengers. . GEO. II. HUDDELL, C. TAGGART, C 29 Wt mwftf No. 62 N. DELAWARE Avenue. Til L'RSDAY EXCURSIONS. The splendid steamboat JOHN A. WARNER w ill make the second Thursday Excursion of the season to Beverly, Burlington, and Bristol, LEAVING CHESNUT STREET WHARF at w o'clock A. M. Returning, leaves Bristol at IIJ4 A. M. and clock P. M. A Band of Music will Ueln attendance. Fare for the Excursion, 30 cents. 7 5 2t m IP fc DAILY FIRST-CLASS EXCURSIONS rfi'.o those cool, delightful, and shady nShNSat GLOUCESTER POINT. Always a breeze blowing. Take or send the family. Steamers with every accommodation. (Ice water, etc.) Leave SOUTH Street every few minutes. 6 30 lm 4p WINES. VRKANA W1XE COMPANY'S Imperial Champagne, RICH, FRUITY, AND FRAGRANT, Kede alter the French method, and superior to auy other American Wine, for sale by JAMES R. WEBB, . B. E. Corner WALNUT and EIGHTH, 6 21 Btuth3mrp " PHILADELPHIA. FOR THE SUMMER. To prevent Sunburn, Freckles, and to make the skin white and beautiful, use Wright' Alconated Glycerine Tablet of Solidified Glycerine. It Is a sure remedy for mosquito bites, and is the best of all Toilet Soaps. Sold by Druggists generally. It. Ac i;. A. WItlCillT, 6 30 UistuUMrp No. m CHESNUT Street. Til I IIP E D I T I OH LATEST fiEWS BY CABLE. ZIolienzollcrniho lEappylVIan Spanish Throne Quest ion Settled. The Senate ami Nfituraliziition. The Word "White" Retained. Africans Ifladc an Exception. TO-DM'S WASHINGTON HEWS. i:u., i:t?., i:ic. iuc, iuc. FROM WASHING TOJV. The Neiv York ColleotorHlilp. 8iyfdaX Dtxpatch to The Evening Telegraph. Washington, July 5. Tae Senators from New York, Messrs. Fcnton and Conkling, have been earnest in their efforts to obtain votes for and against the nomination of Murphy as Col lector of New York city. Senators generally are non-committal on the subject, preferring not to say how they will vote until the time for decision arrives. They wait to hear all that can be Eaid on Mr. Murphy's behalf, or hear all the charges that can be made against him, before thejT decide. Strict party men, it is thought, will sustain the nomination, as to oppose it would seem to bo like fighting the President. It is not possible to say, however, what the result will be. AfTrny with the Indian. Dcmatch to the Amoeiated Frew. Washington, July 5. The Commissioner of Indian Affairs is in receipt of a letter from the Indian Agent at Saute, slating that recently one Cook, a white overseer on an excavation, delibe rately Bhot an Indian through the head because the latter did not throw tho dirt far enough. Three other Indians in the same pit, seeing Cook reloading his gun, wrenched it from hidi and struck him over the head, killing him Instantly. The Indians were arrested. Naval Order. Lieutenant Commander Keyser has been de tached from the receiving ship Yandal'a, and ordered to the receiving ship Vermont. The I'rcnldent. Tbe President will return to Washington early to-morrow morning. O I K i: X M . Neoate. Continued from Second Ediiion. When told that his theery would overrun the country with a bigoted and degraded race, his answer was. 110 matter as to consequences or the political effect this theory of mine must be fully indicated. Mr. Williams further argued that the. efforts of capital to import cheap labor from abroad should ba closely watched, for cheap labor meant not the home or the laborer and Its comforts, but the hovel and its mise ries. Referring to the immediate effects of Mr. Sumner's amendment, he said that eighty thousand Chinamen on the I'acldc coast could at oncd make themselves voters, and that one hundred millions of Chinese could cross the Paclliu and dwell in this country without being missed at home. He pre dieted that the passage of the bill would unite the Iuborers of the country, white and black, In a com mon effort to crush out a party that had Invited this competition from tihina to oppress them, and that not enough Republicans would be left in the next Congress to tell the story of the party destruction Mr. bchurz, of M.asouri, said tho Chinese ques tion was one that appealed to many Interests, and regretted that the excitement it had occasioned in certain quarters had found its way into the Senate. The Senator from Oregon (Mr. WT.IIams) had drawn the picture of one hundred million Ohinamen sud denly sweeping from their native homes across the Paclllc and fairly submerging this country. Whit were the facts? Chinese lmmigranlon across the 1 auillc fairly commeuced in 1US, and tha yearly average to 166$ was not quite six thoiaand. Last j ear the number of Chinamen arriving on the Pacific coast was twelve thousand. Upon a liberal esti mate of twenty thousand a year, allowing for deaths and the return of Chinese to their native land in was fair to presume that to bring a million China men to this country would take seventy-live years. Therefore there was no immediate danger of the threatened Chinese deluge. He was In favor of the bill of the Senator from Nevada (Mr. Stewart) to prohibit Chinese coolie contracts, which would also prevent the introduction of coolies to bo held here In a species of slavery. The character of Chinese immigration being thus far changed, the Chinaraau transplanting himself permanently would gradually identify himself with and accommodate himself to the requirements of our civilization, and the number of immigrants would be reduced. Could we, then, exclude him from our party and political system? It might be remembered that the children of the Chinese born on the soil of this republic will be American citizens ipo facto, therefore, such of the Chinese who come here to remain aud identify themselves with us, must be Included in our naturalization system. As to the cooile trade, scarcely any prohibitory legislation could prove too stringent; but that clans were among ns and had found their way Into the heart of Massachusetts. The question was now whit to do with them. He would suggest to the Senator from Massachusetts whether it would not be better to educate than to persecute them. He believed that as the Chinaman was weaned from tbe customs of his own home, he would gradu ally acquire the wants of our civilization, and if he could get higher wages he would seek for them to supply those wants. Interspersed wit h our population, the Chinese would not long re main the cheap producers and small consumers they now are. On the contrary, they would carry home with them these new wauts and propagate them, thus creating In Asia new markets for the pro ducts of our civilization. While strongly opposed to coolie immigration, he (Mr. Sehurz) did not see how, In point of principle, we could throw any obstacle in the way of those Chinese who voluntarily came to reside among us. American civilization would eventually entirely absorb them. After further discussion by Messrs. Carpenter, Sumner, and Conkiing, at live o'clock the Senate took a recess until evening. LAST EVENING'S SESSION. At half-past 7 o'clock the Senate proceeded with "the bill, aud after remarks by Messrs. Fowler and Sumner the vote by which Mr. Sumner's amend ment striking out the word "white'' from the na turalization laws was adopted was reconsidered yeas, 2T; nays, 14. Mr. Sumner's amendment was then rejected yeas, 14 ; nays, so. TROCEEDIKliS THIS MORNIKti. Washington, July 5 Mr. Ramsey called up the bill granting land to the State of Minnesota to aid in the improvement of the harbor of Duluth, Lake superior. Tasted. Mr. Sherman, from the Finance Committee, re ported back the Funding bill, and moved that the senate disagree to the House amendments, and agree to a committee of conference. Tue motion was agreed to. Mr. Sherman also reported, without amendment, the House bill to declare the construction of section t&ol the National Currency act approved Juue is, l64, the object of the bill being to clear up an am biguity of law. Mr. Kenton Introduced a bill to Incorporate the Tehauutepec Hallway and Ship Canal Company. Referred. Mr. Davis, Using to a question of privilege, com plained to the Senate that no response had ever been made by the Secretary of the Treasury to a resolution of the Senate calling upon him for in formation relating to the claim of Colonel George Fisher, deceased. He explained the case and moved a resolution re citing the failure of the Secretary to furnish the Committee on Indian Affairs with the desired Infor mation, and proposing that he be censured by the Messrs. Edmunds, Trumbull, aud Conkiing de fended the Secieiary of the Treasury from auy in tentional disregard of his duties, and explained that the delay complained of was probably owing to the remissness of a subordinate In the Treasury Depart ment. Mr. Havisthen withdrew his resolution, remarkiag that his object was simply to call attetmouto Uty cabe. At 1S-15 the Tax Mil was proceeded with, the question being upon Mr. Trumbull's amendment nuihori.ing the transportation of goods, In bond, lrom the port of entry to the port of delivery of a city of not less than 150,000 inhabitants. Uy general consent Messrs. Chandler and Morrill ( t.), who are f Rpet tally hostile to the amendment, were given half an hour each to address the benate tpon it. Moiine. The conference report on the bill granting the right of way over the public lands in California to ditch and ca.ial owners was agreed to. Mr. Washburn, of Wisconsin, from the Select Con mlttee oh Postal Telegraph, made a report in favor of the proposed Government svstera and made a speech in its advocacy, and moved that it be printed in order that It may be taken up for conside latiou next December. Sj ordered. Mr. Palmer presented a minority report, accompa nied by a bill, to establish a postal telegraph system and to It corporate the Postal Telegraph Company. On n otlon of Mr. Dawes, a resolution to print ten thousand extra copies of the reports and accompa nying documents was referred to tho Committee on 1-i'nting. Mr. Washburn, in submitting his report, stated thai lie hoped to obtain action on the question early In December. Theieportwas lengthy and had appended to it the Fpeechcs before the committee of Mr. Orton, Preside it of Western Union, and Mr. Hubbard He hoped that members would take time during the vacancy to read the report an speeches, and he proposed to. act understaiidingly on the assembling of Congress In December. If thev would do so, they would lind that this country is far behind the countries of Kuropo in furnishing to the people a cheap, swift, reliable and comprehensive system of telegraphy; that in tlio" countrlc s, as well as in the far-off countries of Au tra'ia and New Zealand, the telegraph It operated in collection with the postal service with entire srcccBS. In England the Government, aiwavs slow ani conservative, assumed the control of the lines bypuichase on the 6th of February last, and re duced the tariff to a uniform rate of one shilling (-went y-tive cents) for twenty words, exclusive of aldress, throughout the United Kingdom. The result has been that the number of despatches his increased from week to week, or from 127,000 per week In February to 191,443 for the week ending June 4, and 200,294 for the week ending June is. Mr. Scudamore, the Secretary of the British Post Office, writes that the success of the scheme Is f nil v assured ; that In ireiand, under a uniform tariff o"f one shilling, they were receiving 83 percent, more money than the Continental Telegraph Company before received at three shillings and four shillings, and assurance is given that, the Hritish public will soon be favored with a uniform tariff or sixpence throughout the kingdom. In France, the telegraph under the Government management is brought within the reach of all. For ten cents a despatch of twenty words may be sent from a place in any de partment to any other place in the same depart ment, and for twenty cents from one extreme of the empire to the other, a distance of over six hundred miles, and at these rates the system is not ouly self sustaining but a source of over one million fra'ues of revenue to the Government, exclusive of a vast amount of Government despatches transmitted free. In Switzerland and Helgium at an Internal rate of 10c. the system Is perfect ami self-sustalutng. To comprehend the vast strides other nations are mak ing you have but to reflect that It was but the other day that a submarine cable was opened connecting England with llomboy, ana thence by land lines with Calcutta and Rangoon, In the Barman empire, also with Madras and the Point du Galle, at the southern extremity of the Island of Ceylon. Contracts are already made, and twelve months will see a cable laid from Rangoon, from Singapore, and thence to Hong Kong and Shanghae, also from Singapore to Hatavia iu the island of Java; thence to Australia, traversing that country Its entire length to Melbourne; thence crossing by submarine cable to Tasmania, crossing that country to HobartTown; and thence by another submarine cable of 1200 miles In length to New Zealand, connecting both lu Aus tralia and New Zealand with a comprehensive sys tem of postal telegraphs. But this is not all. Another line, starting at Vienna, passing down the Danube to Pcterwaradln, striking across the country through Turkey to Con stantinople, crossing the Kosphorus, traversing Asia Minor, down the valley of the Euphrates to the month of that sacred river, passing on its wav the ancient city of Bagdad, the ruins of Babylon, anil the site of the Garden of Eden, then by submarine cable in the Persian Gulf and Gulf of Ormns to the mouth of the Incus, wlifire it connects with the telegraph sys tem of lndliifend still another line has been re cently openca t facilitate correspondence with Kiitlsh India' Oter reaching Odessa It continues Its course through the Crimea and the Caucasus across the black Sea, thence via Tints and Tabrls to Teheran In Persia, from whence It will soon connect with land lines cf India. Russia has extended her lines entirely across Siberia, and to-day her capital is In dally communi cation with the mouth of the Amoor in the sea of Ochkotsk and Poysat, in the sea of Japan, whence a cable will soon be laid with Hakodadl in Japan. While so much is being done the world over for the transmission of swirt and cheap intelligence, may I not ask the careful and candid consideration of the House to the report and bill that I have just submitted. A conference report on the bill for paving Penn sjlvania avenue, was made ami agreed to. The House Han took up tho Kentucky contested election case of Barnes against Adams, the resolu tions reported being that Adams, the sitting mem ber, Is entitled to tbe seat, and that Barnes, the con testant. Is entitled to be paid bis expenses In the COllltbt. FROM EUROPE. SPAIN. Prince folienzollern and the Throne. Madhid, July 5. It is announced to-day that the Prince of Ilohcnzollern has accepted the offer of the Spanish throne. The Council will immediately take the matter under discussion. It is tolerably certain this candidature will be proclaimed without the sanction of the Cortes. GREAT imiTAIH. J.esa of an Indlamnn. London, July 5. Advices received to-day from Aden report that the ship John Dryden was recently found ashore aud abandoned near that place. Her cargo, composed of cotton from India, was not injured- The Autumn Karea. London, July 5. The Times, in its city ar ticle this morning, anticipates no difficulties attending the close of speculative accounts for the autumn recces. Honors to 91. 1.tMHepa. The Duke of Sutherland yesterday gave a banquet in honor of M. Lesseps, and among the guests present were the Dukes of Cambridge and Argyle, ltight Hons. William K. Gladstone and Benjamin Disraeli, Lord Dulierin and others. uom:. Proceedings ef the Council. Ko.me, July 5. The diBcussiou of the fourth chapter relative to the supremacy of tho Pope was ended in the (Ecumenical Council yester day, manv of the orators inscribed to speak on the subject having withdrawn. It is reported there will bo a public meeting on Sunday, the 17th inst. FROHCUIIA. .Movfnif nts ef Inaursenta Near Puerto Prin cipe I lie I'plou. Havana, July 4. The rebel leader Uembcla entered tho Puerto Principe jurisdiction again on the ,7lh ult. The loyal guerillas started iu pursuit, and led to his camp by a rebel prisoner, a eharp fight ensued lasting an hour and a half. Bembetta, alter reforming his line three times, was nnally routed. Sixteen Spaniards and forty-six Cubans were killed. BeuibcU's force numbered six hundred. The commanding oilicer in the Holguin dis trict reports that he has captured the seven remaining men of the second George B. Upton expedition, and that they are now in jail at Holguin. He also states that the rebel Colonel Lous, who commanded the filibusters, was killed by a corporal aud two soldiers, after a desperate resistance, during whicn the corporal was badly wounded. Owing" to the heavy arrivals of corn at Ha vana, tho market is flooded and prices have de clined. Freights to the United States are buoy antper box of sugar, l.'-'5. FROM THE STATE. Fire at Oil Litv. On. Cnv, July 5 A fire at midukht on the 4th destroyed a row of seven frame buildings on tbe west side of the creek, being all on that side of the main street, between the Iron bridge aud Governor Johnson's well. The loss Is betweeu t5,(KJ0 and o0,0l!0, with little or no insurance. The dallv Oil City Time, located there, loot's from to 7000; uo lu8urau.ee. FROM NEW YORK. Terrible Stabbing Aftnlr. New York, July 5. A frenzied German butcher, name unknown, while pursuing some one with whom he had had a difficulty at Union Hill, New Jersey, yesterday, came suddenly upon Michael Reynolds, of New Vork, and rluDged a knife Into Michael's bowels, killing him Instantly. Fire at 0wco. Osweoo, Jnly 5. The Union Elevator, owned by F. .. Carrington and Rundell and D. G. Fort, was destroyed by fire last night. Tho elevator contained about 40.000 bushels of grain, mostly of choice white Canada wheat. The total loss is about $127,000. The building was valued at $70,000; Insured for $43,000. The grain was valued at t57,WX); fully Insured. Mew Vork Produce ftlnrkei. Nsw York, July n. cotton dull and lower; mid dling upland, SOc. Flour Sales 6000 barrels. 8tate, $4i(6-20; Ohio, 85-tiiM6to; Western, fllivfi0; Southern dull and declining at t.vs0s9-J5. Wheat dull and nominally declined 1W2C. Corn firmer; sales 8.00o bushels new mixed Western at 91 l-o, Oats firmer; sales S,000 bushels State at 65i 70c. ; and Western at 62ia04c. Beef steady. Pork active; new mess, i9-a,Xrf2S B0; prime, 22tf2.v2fl. Lira dull ; steam, 14VfltiC ; kettle, 10HSl)rc. Whisky nominal at P9c.J 1. FROM NEW EA'GLAJYD. The Fourth In Hhode Inland. Providence, July 5. The Fourth was cele brated here by a military parade, public exer cises in the churches, an oration by E. C. Ames, Esq., a regatta In Seckonk. and a torch light parade of the fireman. The last was broken oft by a fire iu a long wooden tenement house 1b Langlcy street, known as Boston block. The upper story was necrly destroved. Seventy families left without shelter en camped over night in a field. In tbe regatta the first race was between the Harvard's crew and the crew of tbe Narragan sett Club. The latter made three miles in 'JO minutes 8 seconds, beating the Harvard 35 Bceocds. Tbe Fourth was celebrated with spirit in New port, Pawtucket, Bribtol, Warreu, and, other towns in the State. The Fourth In Maine. Torti-Asd, July 5. Among the principal features of tho celebration In this city- yesterdav was the dedication of the Selage Water Works for supplying an abundance of pure water. Governor Chamberlain reviewed the military. The firemen were out in force aud aquatic sports, with fireworks iu the evening, made an enjoyable day throughout. The Fourth was generally observed with the usual demonstra tions iu Maine. Baltimore Produce fflarkeu Baltimore, July b. cotton dull and nominal at ll'Xc. Flour dull and weak. Wheat more steady; Maryland, l-50(nl80; Pennsylvania, $1-40(3U45; W estern,' fl -30(3 1-3.5. Corn scarce and in demand for prime ; white, 81-20 ; yellow, Jl-10. Oats quiet at Cfl36Ac. Mess porK quiet at 831. Bacon firm; rib sides, 17c. ; clear do., 17fc. ; shoulders, 14c. ; hams, 8P(2Hc. Lard quiet at lC'OUe. Whisky dull at SKsl'01. Stork Uuotntlonn by Giendinning, Davis &Co York House the following. Telrrnph-2 l M. report through their New is. x. cent iiua it Con. Stock 100 do. scrlD ss?' N. Y. A KrieRaU. . 9Vi Ph. and Ilea, K 107,v Mich. South, ft NLR.101 Cle. and PlttR 10, ChL and N. W. com . . 83 Chi. and N. W. pref.. Six ChL andR.LR 119 Pltts.F. W. &Chl. K. Pacific Mall Steam... Kiy. western union xeie .84 t Toledo A Wabash K. 64 'f Mil. 4 St Paul R.cora 67 MIL A St Paul Rpref. 81 ' Adams Express ex-d 6Sy Wells,FargoACo.... 15? United States 40 Tennessee 03 new... 65' Gold .Ultf Market steady. SUMMER RESORTS. C1UMMER RESORTS ON THE LINE OF C? PHILADELPHIA. AND READING RAILROAD AIs'D BRANCHES. .- jiAY 90 1870. MANSION HOUblf, MT. CARBON, Mr . Carolina AROR'h'oTkV;. Mrs. li. L. Miller. 1 c a Bu,lkUl couat,. W. F. Smith, Wuhanoy Oity P. O., Sohuylklll oountr. MOUNT CARMKL HO llfeK, Charles Culp, MouDt Carmel P. O., Northumberland 09 WlilTK HOUoK, F. Muyet, Reading P. )., Berks county. ANDALUSIA HALL, Henry We yer, Reading P. O., ISerks county. OKNTRAL AVKNUK HALL, O. V. Cay Reading; P. O., Berks county. SPRING MILL HK1GHTS, Jacob H. Br iah. Oonxhohocken P. O , Montgomery oa. BOYKRTOWN SEMINARY, L. M. Kooa Royertown P. O,, berks county. LI I IZ SPRINGS, George F. Gretder, Litis P. o Lancaster oounty. . LI VINO SPRINGS HOTEL, Dr. A. Pmith, Werner.ville p. o., Berks connty. COLD St KINGS HOTEL, LEBANON COUNTY, Yi m. Lbicb. , Pine Grove P. O., (Schuylkill county. , , , KPHRATA SPRINGS. John FredevteV. Kphrata P. O.. Lancaster oounty. PP.RKIOMKN BRIDGE HOTEL. Davis L ongaker. Oollegeville P. O.. Montgomery 00. T PROSPECT TERRACE, Dr. James Palmer, Collepeville P. O., Montgomery O ! 0 DOUTY HOUSE, George H. Bnrr, Sbamokin, Northumberland county. Excursion Ticketa will be sold at Philadelphia to and from above points at reduced rates, Kood for same day iKsueii, and on Saturdays good until the folio-ins Moo-d"r- 6 2j2m ATLANTIC HOUSE. Newport, Rhode Island, BOVTr Rl03TrCIlI. This Hotel will be opened MAY SO, at f 3 -so per day lor transient boarders. Families ma; make special arrangements by the week or season. WBI. W. HAZARD, 11 mf4p PROPRIBTOR. QENTZ HOUSE, Kos. 17 and 19 EAST MAIN STREET, CARLISLE, PENNA. The attention of tbe travelling community, and persons seeking a quiet summer resort, are called to this first-class Hotel, new and handsomely furnished throughout, with all the modern conveniences. Terms for summer boarders f S to $10 per week. 6 1 2m GKORUB Z. HENiZ, Proprietor. KITTATINNY HOUSE, DELAWARE WATER GAP. This delightful summer resort Is now open, anil much Improved. Trains leave Kensington T-30 A. JI. and 3-30 P. M. Arrive at the Gap in less than five hours. 6 23Btnthlm WM. A. BRODHEAP & SONS. T AKE GEORGE LAKE HOUSE, CALD Aj ell, N. Y. Bat of accommodations for tatmliea and gentlemen. Board per day, $3'S0; from June 1 to July 1, $14 per week; for the seubon, $14 to it 17 '60, acoording to room ; foe tbe months of July and Anguit, $ij"60; August, $-L Open from June 1 to October ). Address tuS ilm . H. J. ROCKWELL. CHITTENANGO. WHITE 8ULPHER SPRINGS, Madison county. N. Y. First-class Hotel, with every requisite. , Drawing-room and sleeping-cars from New York city, via Hudson River Railroad at 8 A. M. and t) P. M , with out change. Send for circular. 6 6 ' a I)L'ESLEY'S POINT HOTEL, CAPE MAY CO., 3 N. J is now open for the reception of visitors. W. 1). WOOO. 6 30 lm ; Proprietor. HU R. Nl T U R l-iE TO Q l'urulture, Cheap Furniture, irl at the lowest possible cask prices. Walnut Book Shelves fl.oo Marble-top W alnut Tables 6.15 Walnut Arm Hair (.'loth Chairs 3 75 Hanging Hat Hacks 6 00 Sturdlng Hat Racks 1T.0O Loung-s, in reps or terry 6.50 lied Lounges, in reps or terry 15.00 Cots, 3 feet wide 3.00 I'ottuge Pedsteuds 8.V5irf25 Slattriss, 8 feet wide 3.75 Also a great varietv of Desks, Tables, Chairs, Bureaus, Bedstetids, Wasustunds, etc., etc. A great var'et.v of goods suitable lor churches, academies, schools, olliees and residences. ;oi 1 i iV ro , N. K. cor. NINTH and MAKKl-T Streets. Tlltiittm fcus. 1T aud 8'.N. S-CUXD Street. .