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.TBE4)AILT-EVENING TELEGRAPH PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY. JULY 9, 1870.
TT33WS BuasngAiur. UUw Affairs. The commencement of the Lincoln Girls' Grammar School took plnc yesterday after noon in tbe school building, Twentieth and Coatea streets, and consisted of -Ringing, wmsie, recitations, etc Mayor Fox, the members f Councils and Hoard of School Control, Directors of th section, and parents and friends of tbe pupils wre in ettendance in large numbers,. The- exercises vere of a varied and interesting character. In iew of the threatened rciin position of tbe income tax, a cumber of the most re spectable citizens of Philadelphia lately nnited in an agreement, in order that if Con gress skould not refrain from the re-enactment of tbe offensive tax (which was sub mitted to as a war measure, and with the nn standing that it should expire with the tax on incomes of l$ty), a serious attack should be made upon it in tbe oourts. The members of the numbers' League met last evening at the northwest corner of Eighth and Locust streets, and adopted a new series of by-laws. One clause of their new constitution is to the effect that if any member of their league shall do any act detrimental to the well-being and good ordor of the public, it shall be the duty of the officers and members of tho league to exert themselves to tho utmost to bring the offender before tho bar of justice to answer for Lis misdeeds against society. It is the aim of the members of this organization nst only to beuetit themselves pecuniarily, but to establish a favorable reputation. A meeting was held yesterday morning, and i organized by the appointment of Mr. A. i. Drexel ns chairman, Mr. Joseph Wharton es secretary, and Mr. C. II. Clark as treasurer. It being ready for business, it was resolved that the organization should form the nucleus of an association to be railed the "Auti IncoDje Tax Association."' After discussion of the general question it was resolved that the Chair appoint an executive committee of three, who sball select counsel, etc., as pro vided in the agreement, and Henry C. Lea, John Hellers, Jr., and Joseph Wharton were o appointed. Citizens desiring to join the association will end a copy of the agreement at the room of the Commercial Exchange, No.' 421 "Walnut etreet, second floor, between 11 and 1 o'clook on Monday next, and on subse pient days. UouiCKtfc Affair. Gold closed yesterday at 111. California, according to Census Marshal Morris, is entitled to another Congressman. Engluud will leave sufficient force in the New Dominion to garrison Quebec and llilifax. Senator Wilson will move the substance of the Army bill, killed on Thursday night, as an amendment to the Army Appropriation bill. Early yesterday morning a fire broke out at Manchester, N. II., which resulted in a loss of Jf L'.rn,rX0, and which rendered at least L'OO families homeless. The lied Itiver difficulty is practically at an end, the Legislative Assembly of Assiniboine having adopted the Manitoba bill and the articles of confederation with Canada. Proposals for the exclusive right to take fur eeals upon the islands of St. Paul and St. George, Alaska, for the term of twenty years, m ill be received at the Treasury until July 1'0. Commissioner Parker received the Sioux delegation yesterday and had a long talk with them. The chiefs all seemed very friendly disposed, but wanted presents and more traders. In the United States Senate yesterday, after the close of our report, the Geoi'gia bill was taken up, the House amendments were non-concurred in, and a conference commit tee was ordered. A conference report on the diplomatic appropriations was adopted. The bill to prohibit coolie contracts was con bidcred. In evening session, the House reso lution making an appropriation to settle the claims of the Hudson Cay and Puget Sound Company was passed. Discussion of the bill to prohibit eoolie contracts was continued in evening session, pending whieh the Senate adjourned. In the House, Mr. Bingham, from the Judiciary Committee, reported a bill making it penal to attempt a repeal by State authority of any ratification of a constitutional amend ment, unless such repeal be proposed by Con gress. The bill was passod under a suspen sion of the rules by a rote of 128 to 51. Mr. Bingham, from the same committee, also re ported bills authorizing acceptance by the President of the resignation of any judge of a United States Court; and directing payment to lawful owners of the net proceeds of cotton teized since June 30, lt5. Adjourned. Foreign Affair. Prance is already making warlike prepa rations. Papal infallibility is to be proclaimed on the 17th of Jnne. Mr. Bright has quite recovered his men tal and bodily vigor. The Irish Laud bill has been passed by the House of Lords. Montpensier, it is reported, will not op pose Prince Leopold. Prussia has not yet forwarded a definite reply to France on the Spanish question. Austria will not interfere in 4he pending difficulty between Prance, Prussia, and Spain. The Austrian, English, and Italian Am "bassadors seem favorable to Prance in the Spanish complication. Olozaga, the Spanish Ambassador, has left Paris for Madrid, to endeavor satisfac torily to arrange the Ilohenzollern affair. Fearing the anger of the populace, all the Chinese in Paris have kept carefully within doors since the news of the Pekin massacre. Prince Leopold, it is said, twice refused Prim's offer of the crown, and only finally accepted it at the solicitation of his sister, the Duchess of Flanders. This, if true, would involve Belgium. SHERIFF'S SALES. In addition to other properties sold at the July Bale by Sheriff Lyle, heretofore pub )ibhed, were the following, for the prices jbamed: Three-story brick distillery, one-story frame bnilding and lot, southeast side Trenton avenue, SOU feet northeast of Clearnold street; DO feet front, 150 feet t) inches deep on north east line, 148 feet 1) inches deep on southwest line. The distillery is 58 feet front by M feet deep $15,000. Two-story frame house, lager-beer vault. frame brewery, and lot, west side Sixth .street,' 21'J feet 10 inches north of Indiana street, 100 feet front, 219 feet 4 J inches deep $:500. Lot southeast corner Tenth and Berks, streets CO ft. front, H'.5 feet 1 inches deep on north line, 159 feet 2 inches on south line i4000. Tbree-Btory brick house and lot, north dde Christian street (No. 1 5-9), ; feet 8 inches from Sixteenth street, li feet 0 inches front, S2 feet 0 inches deep 10 )0. Brick houue and lot. souM..ast corner S"- JlAtU UUU i,UuliUi UVbA, Oj J feet deep. 'Ground-rent, 3 12s,;ld. f 5000. Two-ntory 'brick house and lot, west side Fifth street, 18 feet north of McKean street, J: feet front, -R8 feet'7 inches deep $1000. Lot, with buildings and improvements, south side Catharine street (No. L'.'hi), no feet 8 inchev eastcf Third street, 10 feet 9 inches front, W0 feet deep. Ground rent, f 40 silver money 3'lJtOO. Three-story1 brick house and lot, north side Caliowlrill 'Street, IIS feet 4 inches east of Siith street, 19 : feet' front, 50 feet 0 inches derp, thence west 14 feet 5 inches, south 4 fet ' inches, west 4 feet 7 inches, south 4 feet, -east T9 feet f .IMK). Tbreitory brick house and lot, north side German street, 7'J feet west of Third street, 5."i fectfront, :lf. feet 7 inches deep fr'no. Tbree-Btory brick house and lot, north side German street, feet west of Third street, V feet front, M feet 7 inches deep il"'.-.'.".. Three-story brick house and lot, north side Gorman Btreet, 10:! feet west of luird street, 3;' feet front, : feet 7 inches deep f 172 1. Three-story brick house and lot, north side Gorman street, lit", feet west of Third street, t.? foot front, :!'" feet deep on east liue, :Vi feet I inches deep on west line tls-". Four-story brick house and lot, south side Spruce street, feet west of Eighteenth street, '22 feet front, l."..". feet deep tr.DOH. House and two contiguous lots, begiuning at a point in the middle of Oxford, ro.nl, theDcy south A 7J degrees, east 14i. porches, north 2 degrees, east ;'.7,' perches, north 47J degrees, west 15s perches, south degrees, west "x perches: containing ".." acres and 17 perches Hfl,l'M). Three-story brick building, with steam en gine, boiler-house and two-story frame build ing, L's by ,.0 feet, and lot N. W. side Girr.rd avenue, and N. E. side Berks street, 75 feet front, 110 feet deep; ground rent, '': ..:ni,75o. : Three-story brick house and lot north side Arch street, 15 feet 4 inches east of Tenth Btreet, 17 feet front, 79 feet 2 inches deep : 44500. RATIFICATION OF AMENDMENT.. Mr. Bingham' Hill I'rmnpiI by the Iloune of Represent hi Ivee. "Washington, July 8. Judge Bingham re ported to-d.iy, from the Judiciary Committee, and had passed under a suspension of the rules, a bill to regulate the mode of deter mining the ratification of amendments to the Constitution of the United States proposed by Congress. The bill met with lauch opposi tion from the Democrats, but it was liuaiiy carried. It is as follows: Be It further enacted, etc., That whenever the Legislature of any State shall have ratiL'ed uu amendment to the Constitution of the Umro.t States hereto! ore proposed, or which shall be hereafter proposed, by Congress to the Legislatures of the several States for ratltk-ation, it shall be the d'.uy of theExtcutlve of such State so ratifying to certiiy forthwith under the seal of such Sue; s.p li rati llcation and the date thereof to the Secretary of State of the United States, whose duty it slid!! lie to file and record the same in tue Department of State. Section 2. And be It further enared. Tiuitin a'.l cases wherein oilicial notice has been given, or shall hireaiter be given to, aud has ii'ieu or aha!; hereafter be received by the Secretary of S'.ateo the I nitel States, that the Legislature of any state has milled any amendment heretofore proposed by Congress, or which shall hereafter be proposed by Conxrecs to the Constitution of the I'nltufl Stat9, it (shall be iiiilawlu for any orilecr of sueh Mate to etrtlfy thereafter any repeal of such amendment, unless an amendment for the repeal thereof shall have, been lir&t proposed by the Congress of the L'nited States, or by a convention called by Con gress for proposing aruenrimeut!i ; and if such corti cate of repeal be made said Secretary of 8tae shall not receive or make any record thereof in the De partment of rstate; but the same shall b3 void aud of no effect. Section 3. And be It furthr enacted, That who ever, after the Legislatures o! three-Ijurths of the Slates shall bave ratified any amendment to the Constitution of the United states heretofore pro posed, or which shall herealter be proposed by the CoDgress thereof, shall do any act declaring the repeal either by color of State legislation or of Srate ordinance of any ratification of such amendment alter the same shall have been certified to the Secretary of state of the United States, and before the Congress of the United States shall have pro posed an amendment providing for the repeal thereof, or a convention called by Congress for pro posing amendments shah have proposed such amendment, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, aud upon conviction thereof In any court of the United States having jurisdiction in the premises shall be bunject to imprisonment not less than one nor more than ten ) ears, or to a tine of not less than two thousand nor more than ten thousand dollars, or to both, In the discretion of the court. Section 4. And be It further enacted, That all acts or parta of acts inconsistent herewith are hereby repealed. This is intended to meet the case of New York and other States where the enemies of reform occasionally get the upper band and attempt to roll back the wheels of progress. It is no wonder, in view of this fact, that it was so violently opposed by the Democrats in the House. MARINE TELEGRAPH. For additional Marine Stat nee first Page. ALMANAC FOR PHILADELPHIA THIS DAY. SrN RISK8 4-37;M00N SETS 1-44 Bdn bkts 7-33imoH Water . PHILADELPHIA BOARD OP TRADE. Tbomas G. Hood, ") CUMS. J. TJ0H MAN, V COMMITTEE OF TBE MONTH, Tbomas C. JJjini), I CLEARED YESTERDAY. Steamship Wyoming, Teal, Savannah, Philadelphia and Southern Mail Steamship Co. Steamahip J. W. Evernian, Hineliley, Charleston, Souder & Adams. St'r W. Whilldln, Klggtna, Baltimore, A. Groves, Jr. ltal. bark Pulcinella, Trapanl, Gibraltar for orders, B. Crawley & Co. Prig Lima, 11111, Brunswick, Ga . Souder & Adams. Brig Susan K. Yooihees, Fulford, Matanzaa, Warren urtgg. Schr S. T. Baker, Davis, Barbadoea, D. S. Stetson &. Co. Schr Irvine, Diggins, Boston, John R. White & Sons. ARRIVED YESTERDAY. Steamer Leopard new), from Wilmington, Del., in ballast to John S. 1 lilies. steamer Harry Wright, Follett, from New Orleans via Charleston, In ballast. Steamer Achilles, Colbjrn, from Portsmouth, in ballast to J. S. Hilles. Steamer Frank, Pierce, 24 hours from New York, with indue, to W. M. liaird at Co. Steamer Novelty, Stiaw, 24 hours from New York, With rndse. to W. M. Baird & Co. Brig E. A. Bernard, Willeby, 12 days from Havana, with sugar to John Mason & Co. June 24, in Straits of Florida, was in company with ship Tamerlane, Duuiurr, Hum nciv viitjoub iur -umrneuieit. Brig J. fc. II. Crowley, Crowley, ia days from Ma- ian.aa, wun uioiasses io n. ji, is etl & Co. vessel to Warren .regg. Scbr W. D. Cargtll. Kelly, from Boston, with mdse. to Knight k. Sous. Schr (ieueral Grant, Colburn, 5 days from James River, Va., with lumber to Collins & Co. Schr William Townsend, Lingo, l day from Frede ric, with wood to W. T. Conquest. Schr Martha M. Davis, Robinson, 3 days from Laiap), Del., with wood te Jag. L. Bewley & Co. BELOW. Brigs Maine and Alice, and schr S. H. W. Sim mon, from Wilmington, N. C. Cvrrtwiklmc f The Evenina TelenrarK A STUN & McMAUON'8 BULLETIN. New Vok Okkki, July 8. Seven baiges leave In tow to-night, for Baltimore, light. Catharine Man, with Halt, for Philadelphia. Baliimohi Bkakch Orrio, July 8. The follow lrg target leave lu tow to-night, eastward: N. V . Flaeti, A. V. JoHllu, Hope. J. W. Andrews, Flla, and N. Koitaford, all with coal for New York. 1 ne C. J. Hill aud a. J. Kirkpatrick left in addi tion to thoiie reported yeaterday. l iiiLADiLi-uu Bbakcu ofuck, July 9 The Fan Die tiuddard, with coal, for Baltimore, left yesterday. Colonel c. J. tomith, with ta:t, tor New York, will leave this evening. L. ?. C. l-k ., a v.. the nmror 'bark Isabella, and a Dat:H ark, Trotn the MoMiylstM, bound out. In harbor, brig Southern Cross, from Vayapnz, arid actors T.lerford at d Truble, from Porce for Phi ladelphia; yacht Wanderer, and 11 scMorrers, bound ont, and the steamer America. Wind S. E. Thermometer, &L , MEMORANDA. Ship Ccntanr, Foster, hence, at AntwrTp 6th Inst. Steamer Prometheup, Gray, for Philadelphia, tailed from Charleston yesterday. fo7ncr Abyssinia, from Liverpool, arrived at Boston yesterday. steamer Pennsylvania, Hall, from New York. 25th tilt., at (Jueenstnwn sth Inst, for Liverpool. Stamer Dictator, McMillan, for Philadelphia, etc., Went to sea fmm Charleston 6th Inst. Steamer New York, Jones, hence, at Georgetown, D C, 7th insr. Steamer Empire, Hunter, for Philadelphia, sailed Jrom Hichniond Ttti Inst. Steamer Sherman, crowell, at New Orleans 3d inst. irom New York. Brig John 81ierwood. Beiry, 10 days from Ma tanzas. at New York Ith inst. lias been reported bound to Philadelphia. Schrs J. II. Bartlett. Harris; Vermilion, Higglns; Charles Miller, Hutier; and W. Gniliu, Grnlln, hence, at Providence titn Inst. Schr w. N. Gesnef, Egbert, hence, at Richmond 7th inst. Schrs M. M. Weaver. Weaver; Chiirles A. -Tones, GrifJin ; Kariagut, Clark ; Ihimnn, Johnson; William s. Dounhten, Tateni; M. V. Cook, Falkenham; Kate E. Ilich. Doherty; A. M. Aldndgc, Fisher, C. S. Smith, Haiioon; Southerner, Darling; I!Rtiess, crowell; and N. II. Gould, crowell, hence, at Uoston Tta ins'. Schr Frank and Nellie, Wheeler, hence, a, Salem cth )im. S hr Alabama, Vangilder, for Philadelphia, sailed from Salem tfi inst. Schrs W. S. Thompson, Rayner, and Thomas W. Ware, Abdelt, henen, at Uiehmond 0th inst. S hr Argo, Taylor, sailed from Ricuiiioud Otli inst. lor Philadelphia la lowtr James river. Seiir William J". Maiin. hoirers, V days from Ja:k SdliVl'.le. at New Yorfc Ttli iiist. fc'- hr M. E. rliling, Griititg, hence, a: New Haven Oth li. st. S li r Anna E. Cmmer, Cramer, hence, at E'lgar town Mil iiih for lHl'.n, and sailed again. schr K. Smith, hence, oelow Jioston tU inst. sehr A. A. Andrews, Kelley, lor Philadelphia or Iinltiir.ire, sai'ed Irom Providence Sth inst. Se-lir Kcadiiig HH. No. 4 i. Irom Eli.abe'Jiport for Norwi''li. at New London 0th ins. 'j ub(,at E'-hn, with the three towing se'hr3J.A. I'rawioril, Young, hence for Uanversport; J. P. Resc, Paul, from V ll.abetliport for Taunton; aud 1'cran. Clark, from lo. for Salem, went ashore 7th inst. on the boint at North I'ro'her. The Crawford and Roes were towed off and. proceeded on their wav, leaving the Porun, which will rtturn to New York, havirjg had her wind'.asB carried away. MISCELLANY. Br. ship George 11. Warren, from Boston for St.. John, N. B., betore reported ashore, has been got oil' and towed Into the latter port. She has received considerable damage, but is not making water. Captain Nichols, of Bhlp St.. Lawrence, before re ported burned and sunk at New Orleans, writes : "The ship tool; tire in the bitween decks forward, where she had been stowed for nearly a week. I ihlnk the ceiling beiween deers from the pore fore rigging around to the starboard fore rigciug is all burn-dout; also the frame on the port side; the upper de-'k beams are badly burned; half of the deck is cut from main hatch to knighthcads. The sh'p is settling t the rate of two and a hair fee: daily, aad 1 think it impossible to save her."' The latest advices from the steomer Tennessee are that, the tires are all out, the steamer having been burned down to the water's edge. Nothing was Raved from the wreck with the exception of sue! baggage as the passengers had with them at the t!;ne in their staterooms, and some few articles of c i'iiti furniture that capt. Chichester managed to secure. NOTICE TOMAKINERS. . Vmifp tai ks ok AMKKU't ViKi.iNi 4 York Spit Shoal, in Chesapeake Bay. off mouth of York river and Wolf Trap Shoal, in Chesapeake Bay, between ino'itbB ol York and Rappahannock rivers, V'a. : Notice is hereby given that the erection of a screw pile ltghthoiis. to take the place of the light vessel now marking the York Spit Shoal, on' mouth of York river, is about to be coninienetd. Masters of vessels and pilots are warned to keep clear of the work, the position of which will be indi eated by a light-vessel moored close to It to the east ward, aud showing a red light to distinguish it from the York Spit light-vessel, which shows a white light. It will lie well for pilots and others to note that the proposed screw-pile lighthouse will stand within 4'H) yards of the extreme eastern ei'ge of the shoal, in p! feet water, mean tide, distant about i mile west from York Spit light-vessel, and that vessels must keep to the eastward of it, giving it a berth of at least one-quarter of a mile. The temporary Jlghtvessel to mark the exact posi tion f Wolf Trap screw-pile lighthouse having been moved as aiove to mark the exact spot of the York Spit lig'ithoune, the former will hereafter be indi cated, until the lens is in operation, by a red light suspended immediately over the work. J).;e notice will be given of the completion of these llghtho ises and their characteristics. By order of the Lighthouse Board. W. B. SHUBRICK, Chalrmm, Treasury lrr.rtmeur, Offlce Lighthouse Boarrf, Washington, D. C, June 23. 1S70. C R OC E R ES TC. FAMILIES GOINU TO THE COUNTltY. We ofer a fall stock or the Finest Groceries to Select From, And at the LOWEST CASH FRIGE. Packed ee curely and delivered a: any of the Depots. COUSTY'S East End Grocery, .TIC 118 South SECOND 8tM 1 17 ttetn BELOW CHESNTJT STREET. CURING, PACKING, ANT. ' SMOKING KSTAB1SHMKNT JlHN UOWKR A CO. CUKRS OF bLPitKIOR M liAIl.CI Hill HAMtt, BEEF, ax d TONGUF8, acJ dealers In ProTisioni reneraliy. b. W. corctr 1 Wt.N 1 Y-FOUKTit and LhOWN S'rxif. b eM imliiitu CHOICE T A D L E CLARETS. ALBERT C. ROBERTS, Detler in Fine Groceries, 11 T Ccrrw ELEVENTH fcnd VINR StrMtA ORCANS. CHURCH AND CHAPEL ORGANS, Warranted Unexcelled and Batls factory to lurcliaers( COSTING FR351 TO 5Wu EACU. With food Second-band Organs fur sale, tn 1 Organs of oy sire built to order by WM. B. 1). SIMMONS & CO., No. lHO CHARLE8 Btreet, Boston, Mass. St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, and the Third Re foimed C'burcn. Tenth ttret, Philadelphia, contain Or aanajof our recent make. 4 11 aJicrp "" OUTLERY, ETC. JODGEKS & WOSTENIiOLMB POCJLET KJilVES, Pearl and BUc handles, and beantifml flniaH Bodgers', and Wade A Butcher's Bason, aud tbe cele brated Leoonltre Racer ; ta4iee Scissors, in cases, el tlie finest qoalita", Rodger' Table Ontlsrj, Uarver and Forks, Bator Btrope, Cork Sorews, Etc. Eat Instromsnta, to seaitt Us teaxlna of tea most approved oonitroction.el F. MADKIBVB. Ro. Ill llurrB BtreeU btJow Cneesnl OIOARS. AKEK'8 COLONNADE FARTAGA CIGARS, Three for Twenty-five Cents. Warranted to beat anything sold in tbe city of Pbiladol pill for ttree for twenty nve cents. COLONNADE HOTEL CIGAR STORE, C 18 stutb lin No. 15o4 CHEMNU T Btreet. TETiOIJ, NFWF;T ''.TVl.F:-', L! ' :''. N WISHAKT'S OOLUMN A Change . without Alteration. Most of the cities of onr Union have pet tamt titles of endearment which are almost as well known as their proper titles. Thus we have the Garden City, the Bab, the Crescent and the Twin. One among our larger capitals has a name wh'ch Is merely a translation of Its own Into a more familiar and better understood language. We mean Phila delphia, the City of Brotherly Love. It is a city of which an American may well be proud, for here the Declaration of Independence was signed, and the heart of every patriot swells with a nobler emot'on as he looks upon the bell which paled forth with joy at a nation's deliverance. The philanthropist feels his heart throb with pleasure as he views the noble institutions which a magnificent charity hs erected in that favored spot to relieve the distress of humanity. The friend of science rejoices to sea the city of the great American printer and philosopher abounding In institutes for science and nurserlej of ait, Medical students resort to Philadelphia for their professional training. Tbe young roan Intend ing to adopt the Par as his occupation seeks her classic groves. The architect finds in her streets ano squares, her solemn temples and gorgeous palaces, fit examples for his strdy and imitation. The mer chant from other cities looks with wonder upon the commercial facilities of Philadelphia, her domle por ner mineral treasures poured Into her lap from the exhaustltss resources of the Cotumoaealth, and the manufacturing energies which put tht wheels of Industry in motion an 1 send the products oi her a; tisaus and the result of the energies of her capitalists to the farthest regions of the West and all ptints of the compass. From Philadelphia as from a modern Bel hesda a healing pool for the dis eases of humanity flow out the graad remedies which have stood the test of time, and are known and valued wherever mankind is liable to the ills of fietOi cr the accidents cf climate. Why it is we know not, but probably from her maguidcent central posi tion ol our country, those members of tie healing art who furolsh the whole world with remedies ror e?ery coa plaint seem to have made their headquarters in the city of Erotherly Love. We could enumerate, had we space and time, a large number of houses engaged in this noble wo.R. fcecond to none, take, for Instance, those well-known medlclbes, the Pine Tree Tar Cordial and Dyspepsia Pilis, The results of long experience and tho subject of many papers before the Pnllosophical Society of Great Uritaiu, it was left to America to see their virtues luily tested, and to Philadelphia to be come the great centre from whUh they tra versed hair the world. Originally introduced by L. i. c. "W1S1IART, they rapidly became popular and brought fame and fortune to their proprietor, who seme twelve months ago died, full of years and honois, respected and regretted by all who knew him. These medicines for that peculiarly American complaint chronic Indigestion or dyspepsia to gether with his fortune, fell into good hands, and tho worthy sons carry on their manufacture and dis tribution. HESItY K. WISHAPlT, the principal manager, is recognized by the profession as a pro mising .nan, though scarcely thirty years old, pos sessed of the energy which is requisite in his call ing, and which Is So peculiarly characteristic of the Phlladeiphians. lie, well knowing that they have something the world wants aud the people will have, Is extending the fame and knowledge of his father's uequest through the length and oreadth of tbe land by an extensive system of newspaper advertising ; and the village must be remote, the drug store extremely rare, which Is not supplied with a stock of the Tar Cordial and Dyspepsia Pills, two preparations which, at tho present day, stand foremost in the ranks of patent medicines, and which are the sheet-anchor of health when once that kitchen of the body, the human stomach, gives way under the distressing symptoms of continued indigestion. Young and euterprislug, a future lies before the W1S11AKTS of which any maa might be proud, and which they will, we predict, grasp and use with prudence ana success. A trade immense to contemplate lies In the articles and the men. Vavoipvrt JJcmccraU DR. WISH ARTS PINE THEE rXVlt CORDIAL. rjaturc's Great Remedy. I: is the vital principle of the Pine Tree, obtained by a peculiar process in the distillation of the tar, by which its highest medical properties ate retained. It is the only safe and reliable remedy which has ever been prepared from the juice of the Pine Tree. It invigorates the digestive organs aud restores the appetite. It strengthens the debilitated system. It purifies aud enriches tbe blood, and expels from the system the corruption which scrofula breeds on the lungs. It dissolves the mucus or phlegm which stops the a:r passages of the lungs. Its healing principle acts upon the Irritated sur face of the lungs and throat, penetrating to each diseased part, relieving pain and subduing Inflam mation. It Is the result of years of study and experiment, and It is offered to the afflicted with the positive as surance of its power to cure the following diseases, If the patient has not too long de.ayed a resort to the means of cure: Consumption of the Lnrgs, Cough, Sore Throat and Breast, Bronchitis, Llrer Complaint, Blind and Bleeding Piles, Asthma Whoopiug Cough, Diph theria, etc. etc We are often asked why are not otaer remedies In the market tor Consumption, Coughs, Colds, and other Pulmocary affections, equal to Dr. L. Q. C. Wisliart's Pine Tree Tar Cordial? We answer filet. It cures not by stopping coughs, but by loosening and assisting nature to throw off the un healthy matter collected about the throat and bron chial tubes, causing irritation and cough. Second. Most throat and lung remedies are com posed of anodjnes, which allay the cough ior awhile, but by their constringent effects the fibres become hardened, and the unhealthy fluids coagulate and are retailed In the system, causing disease beyond the control of our most eu lnent phjslclana. Third. The Pine Tree Tar Cordial, with pj assist ants, are preferable, because they remove the cause of In nation of the mucous membrane and bronchial tubes, aasist the lungs to act and throw off the un healthy seen Hons and purify the blood, thus sslen tlllcal'.y maslng tbe cure perfect. Dr. Wisbart has on fi e at his office hundreds and tl.otsaxds of ctrtlhcates from men and women of uiiqooitlonablc character, who were onjj hopelessly given up o die, but ten ugh the Providence of God were completely mtored to health by the Pine Tree Tar Coi dial. A phyiclan In attendance, who can be coLsuited in person or by mail, free of chirge. Price of P ne TTtsTordial, 11-60 per bottle; 111 per dozen. -tLt l y express on recflpt of price. Address L. Q. C. VIGH ART, r. 232 JfOilTII SECOND fJTKEET, WHISKY. WINE. ETC. -KEYSTONE PURE WHEAT- -WHISKY. Distilled from the Grain T. J. MARTIN & CO. KEYSTONE DISTILLERY, NoRTIIW&bT CORNER OP TWELFTH and WASHINGTON Sts. STORE, No. 150 North FRONT Street. PHILADELPHIA, PA. To uhnm it may concern: All tbe leading medical authorities rec(?nizo tbe value of diffusive stimulants. Numerous eminent physicians end tuigeons might be named who have advocated their employment in the treatment of a large class of disorders. No Dispensary is considered complete without them. Tbey arc prescribed in all public and private hospitals, and administered by all bedside practitioners. But the difficulty bos been to obtain Alcoholic Liquors Pure. TLe pungent aroma of tbe fusel oil and biting acids pre sent in all of them can be scented as tbe glass is raised to the lips. The nauseous flavor of these active poisons is perceptible to the palate, and a burning sensation in the stomach attests tbeir existence when i lie noxious draught has gone down. Paralysis, idiocy, insanity and death are toe pernicious fruits of such potations. Medical science asks lorapuro stimulant to uso as a specilio, which, while it diffuses itself through the system more rapidly than any other known agent, ia brought into direct and active contact with the scat of disease It is tbe property of tho stimulant to diffuse, and by tbe aid of its peculiar nutritious component parts to invigorate, regulate, counteract and restore, and it is by tbe nappy union of the principle of activity with tbe principle o; in vigoration and restoration that enables a I'l'Ki; VI IIISBmlY To accomplish beneficial results. Having great experience in tho distilling of Whiskies and tbe largest and best equipped establishment oi its kind in the country, supplied with the latest improve ments in apparatus for cleansing Whisky of fusel oil anJ other impurities, and by strict personal supervision, t?e proprietors of laeystonc Wheat WlilsUy Are enabled to offer a Iuro Wlilsly Distilled from WHIAT, and, being nude from the grain, possesses all its AiitrltloiiM tiialitic, And can be relied upon to be strictly as represented, having been examined thoroughly by tho loading analyti cil cbemistsof this city, whoso certificates of its purity and fitness for medical purposes are appended. We invite examination, and of any who would convince themselves we ask a rigid analysis. T. J. MARTI M A CO. N. B. Notice that the caps and corks are branded with our name to prevent counterfeiting. For sale by all respectable Druggists. Price per bottle, $1'5U. Orders sent to No. 150 N. FRONT Street will rsoeivo prompt attention. Chemical Lahoimi onY, Nos. io? and 112 Arch st., PHil.APKr.PHlA, .March li, ltT'J. M'ir. T. J. Martin t Co., l'htatriphtn, Gentlemen : I have made a careful examination of the Keystone Pure W heat Whisky, and found it to bo a per fectly pure article, and entirely free from fosel oil and other injurious substances. Its purity and its pleasant and agreeable flavor render it particularly valuable for medicinsl purposes. Yours tiuly, F. A. GEJJTH. Chemical LAnonTORT, No. 139 Walnut street. Philadelphia, March 17, 167U. Mffrt. T. J. Slartin it Co., VhilaiMphia, Ta.: Gentlemen: The samplo of Keystone Pure Wheat V hisky submitted to me for analysis I find to be p'trt aud, as such, I highly recommend it for medicinal pur posss. Respectfully, etc., WM. H. BRUCKNKR, Analyt. aud Consult. Cuemist. Chemical Laboratory, No. 117 Walnut streat, Philadelphia, April 5, l7o. fl'tsrt. T. J. Martin it Co., Philadelphia, Va.: Gentlemen : I have made an analysis of the samplo of Keystone Pnre Wheat Whisky sent by you tor examina tion, and find it entirely free from fusel oil or any other deleterious matters, and I consider it applicable to any use frr which ;ure whisky may be desired. 6 li tf Respectfully, OHAS. M. CRKSSOS. Sold Wholesale by FRENCH, KICUAltUS & t o., M.W. corner TENTH and .UAltKEP Ht. QAR8TAIR8 & McCALL, No. 126 Walnm and 21 Granite Sts., IMPORTERS OF Brandies, Wines, Gin, Olive Oil, Etc., WllOLKSALK DEALKB8 IN PURE RYE WHISKIES. IN BOND AND TAJ PAID. WILLIAM ANDERSON & CO., DEALERS v f in cm waiaciea, Mo, 146 North SECOND Street, Philadelphia. FOR SALE. MFOR SALE A VALUABLE LAGER BEER BREWERY, on FIFTH Street. Tlila pro petty is situated between Adams and Mouroe streets, Wilmington, Delaware. The building la large and was erected for a brewery. The vaults are cut ont of the solid rock. There is a good steam engine, with boilers; also tanks, vats, mills, etc The lot is 173 feet on Monroe street, and 130 feet on Fifth. There Is a garden 60 ieet by ISO feet. This Is a most desirable property. An excellent trade can be done in Wilmington and through Delaware and Maryland. The purchaser can havo his own time for payment. Very little cash is required. An enter I'rlHlug, skilful brewer can make a fortune in a short time. The brewery Is supplied by the City Water Works with water from the Brandy wine. This water is celebrated for its excellent qualities in the manu facture of ale and luger 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, Westchester, and with all the towns on the 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 this brewery offers a rare chance for a man with a small capital. Apply to A. II. GR1MSHAW, Real Estate Agent, Nos. t and 4 West TI1IKI) Street, Wilmington, Del. : or to M. THOMAS k SONS, Nos. 139 and 141 South FOURTH Street, Philadelphia. 7 5 lot TO RENT. TO LET TILE STORE PROPERTY NO. T33 Obesnot street, twenty five feet front, one has dred and forty-flye feet deep to Bennett street. Baek boildinfis Ore stories bich. Possession May U 1870. Ad dress THOMAS 8. FLXTOHEK, UlirU Polanoo, N. J. TO RENT THREE-STORY DWELL ING, with back buildings, situated in between tront and Second, with all the modern improvements. Apply to AiRON HURLEY. J io No. 369 6. hKVKN I'll Street., BOOTS ANO 8HOE5. FINE CUSTOM-MADE DO OT8 AND SHOES. 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Everraan, MordtH'al Kuzhr. ARDSOX, Presfcent. VVII.IIAM 11. lillAVVM V'1,.0 U,aoi.l...,f "WH.I.IAM3 I. liLAKciiAKii, Secretary. ' 7 T HE PENNSYLVANIA FIRE INSCRANfK COMPANY. Incorporated lvi", Charter Perp.-taal. No. 610 WALNUi' Street, opposite IiidepHndenco Square. This Company, favorably known to the comiEM nlty for over forty years, continues to inn.irn a;a:nt. loss or damage Dy lire on Public or Private B-itld-lugs, either permaueutly or for a limited time. Al-o on Furniture, Stocks of GootU, and Merchandise generally, on liberal teniiS. '1 heir Capital, together with a large S.irrdus Fund, Is invested In the nioKt. cartful iuauner, which ena bles them to oiler to the insured an undoubted secu rity in the case ol loss. DIRECTORS. Daniel Smith, Jr , Thoraa Smt'h, ii-aac luzienursr, Thomas Robins. Jienry i.ew:s, J Olllltiphaiu Fell, Daniel liaddok. Jr.. John Devcreux, riaiiMiu a.. vmiy. DANIEL fMITU, Jr., President. Wm. G. Crowki.i Secretary. 3 3i ri-IIE ENTERPRISE INSURANCE CO. 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Tbe subeoribere bave ample wnarf dovk-room for repairt Of boata, where they can be in perfect safety, and are pro. vided with ah ear, block, fails, etc sts., tor mains heava r light weigbU. Tr.T, r, JOHN P. LHVY, BKAOH and PALMiCK cireeta. 1111 svr a -r imi - I p I HARD TUBE WORKS AND IRON CO. JOHN H. MURPHY, President, phujldelpbia, pa. 'frlanufacturn Wrsusht Irnsi Pip ! And Bnndrieafor Plambere, Uas and Steam titters. WORKS, tWENTY.TniHD and K1I.BERT Street. OFFItK AND WAREUOUSK, 41 N. 4A Nnrtls FIFTH frt. WATER PURIFIERS. FARSON'S Xer Patent Water Filter ana Furlller Will effectually tleanae from all IMPURITIES, and re move all foul taste or smell from water passed through it, Ia operation and for sals at the M ANUFAOrORY, No. 1 ItOCK Ktrvet, snd said by House famishing Kteren