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THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH PHlLADKLPHlAy SATURDAY, JULY 9, 1870.
5'' 1 tt a w-y QRg z a ix a. From Our Oun Oorrtuponamt. Nbw York, Julv 0, 1870. ritnlB by Prexicrlnllew. There arc several pleasant ways of dying, One Is to bleed to death In a warm bath. Drown ing Is said to be eminently satisfactory. There is much to be said in favor of the callows when one gets the Lang of it. Most of us would prefer old age, only that it Is eo excessively dissat isfactory to one's heirs. But probably the quickest and least-expected method is that of being oQicinally murdered, poisoned by pro scription, as has boon the fato of too many in valids in New York within the past few years. Early in the week, for instance, a lady residing in Brooklyn died from tho effects f a prepara tion of landanum different from that called lor by the prescription written for her by her phy sician. The preparation which 6he swal lowed was compounded for her by a druggist's clerk, who, according to the evidence at the trial, was on duty eighteen hours out of the twenty-four, and slept, the remaining six, oa a sofa oa the premises. The prescription, like all prescriptions, was written in Latin, and was taken to the 6tore at midnitrht, at which hour the fagged clerk was roused from his first deep plumber. The question as to which deserves ttoe most blame tho wretchedly overworked clerk who compounded the potion, or the cruel and criminal proprietor who committed such im portant trusts to the hands of a fledgling to whom he denied tho first conditions for render ing good service is one that will easily be answered by all who sympathize with moderate hours for work and liberal hours for rest and recreation. The latest case of pharmaceutical manslaughter occurred yesterday, and bears equally bard both upon the keeper of the drug store and the patient who sent for the medi cine. A women sent by her young child a verbal message for a grain of quinine. The child asked for a grain of morphine, which the druggist sent and the woman swallowed. Proper antidotes were applied in time, and fortunately tho woman recovered no thanks to her own common-sense or the dis cretion of the druggist. The frequency with which the3e drug-store disasters occur excites, upon the part of the nervous patient, a trepida tion more than sufficient to counterbalance the good effect of the proper medicine, supposing him to be so fortunate as to have it sent him. One goes to get a prescription prepared at a drug store, now-a-days, with something of the 6ame apprehension with which one enters a train ot cars for a distant journey. Death equally links in the palace-car and the pill-box, the express and the elixir, nud there is no cer tainty in what shape you will continue to exist after having done with either. These harmless looking s'eeping-drops in which I place my faith may be so many drops of death. This gentle alterative may produce in double-quick time the alteration of the grave. The skull and cross-bones rattle behind the pestle and' mortar, and through the perfumed air of the apothe cary's shop iioats the miasma of the tomb ! Tom Brown." Mr. Thomas Hughes, better known as the author who inserted into "Tom Brown's School Days" the very bone and marrow of healthy and natural boyhood, is expected to be in this- city within three or four weeks. He is a man whom it will be Impossible to lionize, because of the heartiness, the freshness, the unassumingness of his sentiments, and because of the direct antago nism which the whole tenor of his life and writings has put him into with everything that is merely fashionable and flcetingly popular. It is by the middle-class homes and hearth-stones of New York and American, but principally of Philadelphia, society that Mr. Hughes will be most "enthusiastically welcomed; for Philadel phia, distinctively a city of homes. Is just tho city to most coidially appreciate the beauty and goodness of the fireside teachings of his books. Among the chief obiocts of his visits will be the public schools of the principal American cities, and I am sure there is not a United States school-boy that has read "Tom Brown" that will not wish to treat his eyes to a 6ight of the originator of the gentle and the strong charac ters with which that work is filled. Captain Wayne Held. The readers of Captain Mayne Reid s books for juveniles will be sorry to hear that this vol uminous author is at present a patient in St. Luke's Hospital, and that the nature of his malady is such as will subject him to a painful and perhaps dangerous operation. Captain Keid is unfortunately one of that numerous class of gifted men who, by the time they reach the meridian of life, find that they have run through as much mouey as would have kept them, with a little husbanding, luxuriously until the end. He has exhausted at least one very comfortable fortune, and has saved little or nothing at all of the very large sums he realized from the sale of his novels and adventures composed for the young. In appearance and manners he obeys tho rule which so many celebrities do that of being exactly the reverse from what the imagination would naturally pic ture them. He is about the medium height, aad rather spare, has a florid complexion, silver grey hair, a nervous manner, is fluent in speech, and is abundantly conscious of being Captain Mayne IteSd. He is young' enough to write several works equal In popularity to "The Young Marooners," and ought to have learned by this time lessons sufficiently bitter to teach him to lay up for tho .rainy days that come to all of u toouer or later. fir. J. W. I.IoiiRrd. The unknown body that was washed ashore on Thursday, and which no ODe was found to Identify, Is discovered to be that of Mr. J. W. Llngard, formerly partner with Mr. G. L. Fox, the pantomimist, in the New Bowery Theatre. It is supposed that on Wednesday evening, upon leaving the restaurant where he had been writing to his wife, he repaired to the toot of Broome street and threw himself into the river. It has been erroneously 6tated that he had squan dered several fortunes a statement that Is untrue from the simple fact that he never had several to squander. About ten years ago, when he was about thirty-five years of age, he was worth upon his own acknowledgment f :;0,000, and I presume had the sum been more he would not have coucea'ed that lict. At the hour of his suicide he was suffering from the combination of several griefs and annoyances, amoug which were serious trouble with his wife, want of money, and a disappointment with respect to an inteuded emigration to Aus tralia. .Henta la the New YetrU ParUn. With the exception of Central Park, the seats in the public parks of New York are very little better than the ferruginous toad-stools that adora the squares of Philadelphia. Tuey are made of wood, much of which Is decayed through the influence of dampness, will accom modate but two people, and are destitute of barks. In spite of these deficiencies, not one of them Is empty of a fine night. Tho homeless nomad curl himself upon them and goes to Bleep. Biddy and James sit there with arms intertwined until 10 o'clock strikes. Lonely brooders who have nothing to do but kill time, while memory plays the suicide, crouch there with bent backs, their eyes fixed on the ground and their Hps draining the life and spirit Out of the cigar and cigarette. If there must be such things as loafers, lovers, and brooders, geniality pleads that they be given comfortable quarters to loaf,and lovc,and brood in. The propinquity which onr tete-cftete benches allows to tender lovers, or confidential chums, or chance acquaintances, is at least better than the spectral and nnhnppy isolation to which the lonely toad-stools of the Philadel phia squares condemn them. Bohemianlsm, nomadism, proletarlanlsm. call it whnt you will, is one of tho institutions of human nature, and Do great evil . nld result If it were allowed occasionally to pick up such crumbs of comfort as fall from the overstocked tables of the re spectable and the rich. A bench without a back Is almost as bad ns a back without a spine, and the ignorant irony which furnishes it is onlv not as exquisite as that which promises a bed of roees and proldcs a bed of coals. AM Bab. v. t'll'V ITliMS. Entike Linen Sitts for Five Poiar.. Alpaca Sacks. lrap (VBte tracks. Linen Dusters. White Duck rants. . Fancy Linen Pants. White Duck Vests. White Marseilles Ve.xts. All kinds of Summer clothing twt cr lu t ut, Make, and Fit than any other stock of Ready-Mado Cloth ing In Philadelphia, and soli at prices Guaranteed Lowek than any othkh. Ha!f way ( Bennett & Co., between Tower ham., Fifth and SSixtu streets. ( MS Mahkbt Street. The Wokrv ok Aii.inm Children!. Their Ill-humored fretting when too peevish to play and not sick enough to give up how familiar b this phase of childhood to every parent ! Frequently, too, there is apparent a want of appetite, a depression of spirits, an evident loss of strength and vltatltv, and still no development of specinc disease; but with these symptoms to deal with, you may be sure a good, safe tonic, such as Dr. Jaync's Vermifuge, will, In a short time, bring the little patient around and restore the general health. This preparation, besides, relieves Dyspepsia In adults, and thoroughly eradicates Worms in old aud youug. Every mother would do well to keep a supply of so safe and prac tical a curative on hand. Sold everywhere. Small size, 37 cents; double size, bo cents per bottle. There will he a laiu.e sale or ei.kuant itkxi i cue on Monday morning next, at No. lSsit) Arch street, by M. Thomas & Sons. The eatalogue com prises rosewood, walnut and oak furniture, piano forte, musical boxes, handsome mantel and pier mirrors, fine thread lace curtains, hamVsome secre tary bookcase, elegant carved Swiss wood orna ments, handsome mantel clocks, line plated ware, handsome chandeliers, rich medallion Axmlnster, velvet and other carpets, superior spring mattresses, china and glassware, fireproof safe, etc. The sale, beginning at 10 o'clock, will start In the dining-room and continue In the drawing-room, sitting-room and bed-chambers. This sale includes one of the finest lots of goods ever ottered in this city, and much of the furniture is In as good condition as on the day or its purchase. The residence will be thrown open at eight o'clock in the morning for inspection by the public. AT this season of the year the Hudson presents many scenes of grandeur, whilst the Bay or New York and the hills of Statcn Island are to be seen In all their beauty. In order that Phlladelphians may enjoy some of these sights, Beck's Philadelphia Band, No. 1, intend giving a grand excursion around the bay and np the river on Thursday next, July 14. Tickets for the trip can be obtained at the places specifled In an advertisement which will be found in another column. Sure to Regulate tub Bowels. Mrs. Wins low's soothing S vKur Is the only thinjr that mothers can rely upon for their children. It corrects acidity of the stomach, 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. Mr. William W Capkidy, the jeweller at No. 23 Soatu Second street, has one of the largest and most attractive stocks of all kinds of Jewelry and Silver ware In the city. He has also on hand a line assort ment of fine American Western Watches. Those who purchase at this store at the present time are certain to get tho worth of their money. This is a Free Country, and if people like to use hair-coloring compositions full of dirt, they have a right to do so; but reason suggests that when Pua- LON 8 ITALIA, OR SALVATION FOR THE llAIR pellU- cld, sweet, aud pleasant can be obtained at every drug store, none but the unrefined will use any other. Sold bj druggists. The American House, Boston. Its central loca tion, admirable management, and luxurious cuisine have made it a public favorite for years past. Newly furnished and all late Improvements added. BiNOEB't Familt Sewjno Machines, Ten dolIn oath. Btlanc In monthly instalment. O. F. Davis. No. 810 Chesnut street. Nr.w Style Picture. The German Ohromot made by A. K. P. Trask, No. 40 N. Eighth street. They must be een to be admired. Cape May. To enjoy the best table, home com forts, and the best bathing, go to the Ocean House. mi:i. Divine. On Friday evening, July 8, 1870, Wil liam Diyini, In tho 70th year of his age. Fled. On the 7th instant, Ida Mabel, only daughter of Allen L and Sophia U. l ieu, aged t years and 4 months. The relatives and friends of the family are respect fully invited to attend her funeral, from the resi dence of her parents, No. 04 Thompson street, on Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock. To proceed to South Laurel Hill. Kemiton. On the 7th Instant, Isaac Ivins Kemp, ton. His relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend bis funeral, from the residence of bis brother, William B. Kempton, MerchautvUle, N. J., on Monday, the 11th Instant, at lu o'clock A. M. Carriages will leave West Jersey Ferry, Camden, at M o'clock. Interment at Laurel Hill. (La Crosse, Wis., papers please copy.) Liavitt. On the 7th Instant, Dakwin Jones, youngest child of William A. and Carrie H. Leaviu, aged 10 months. The relatives and friends are respectfully Invited to attend the funeral, at No. S306 Green street, ou Sunday, the loth lustaut, at 4 o'clock P. M. Maoabical. On Thursday, the Tth Instant, An drew B. M agaric ai- In the 37th year of his age. Ilia relatives and friends, aud Metropolitan Lodge, No. 160, 1. O. of O. i. are respectfully Invited to at tend the ruueral, rroui his lute Tesideuce, No. Hon Thompson sireei, ou Monday aiternoon at 'i o clock. Interment at Mount Munuh Cemetery. ogdbk On the ta instant, David C- Ojdek, lu the 09th year or hie aee. The relative and Ii ieuds or the faintly are respect- rull v invited to attend ms funeral, Irom his residpui-, W oodi'ury, N. J., oa tae iv.n Instant, at 'i o'clovk. SUMMER RESORTS. CUMMER PE80RT8 ON THE LINK OF 0 P,AJil;iAI,D RB-1 RAILROAD . MAT 80. 1970. MANSION UOUNK, MT. CARBON Mr . Crohn. i.l.O., Bcb,ikitl Mr U. L. Mil..r. Tu-oaro, . R, Oy Beta, IfclU count,. W. F. Smith, Mahanny City P, ., SohnvlWII county. WOUNTCARMKLHOifhK, 7 Charlee GulpMount Osrmel P. O., Northumberland oo WlillTK HOUSK, P. Mayer, Reading p. o.. Berka county. ANDALUSIA HALL., Henry We ver, Reading P. O.. Berlin county. OKNTKaL AVFNUE HALL, O. D. Da? Rending P. O.. Berks county. . SPRING MILL H RIGHTS, Jaooo 11. Br'h. (Jonnhohncken P. O , Montgomery oa. - BOYKRTOWN HKMINARV, I. M. Kooa Boyertown P. O,, Berks county. ,, . . I-fTIZ SPRINGS, George r. Gretder, Lltiz P. O., Lancaster oonnty. t a c ..v. IiLV'No SPRINGS HOTKL, lr. A. FmtUv Wernerarille P. O., Berka coantv. OOLI) iSrfUNOS HOTKL. LKB ANON ClOljNTT, Wm. Lerek. . PiD9 Grove P. O.. Schuylkill county. t u t KPHRATA 8Pr(nGH. John Frederick. Kphrata P. O., Ijincaater nounty. . PKRRiOMEN BRIDGK HOTEL. Va-ni Aiongaker, OnllnenTille P. O.. Montgomery CO. t.. t . PROSPECT TERRACE, Vi. Jamea Palmer, Oollepeville P. O., Montgomery o DOUTY HOUSE, Oeorge S. Burr, Shamokin, Northumberland county. Excursion 1 icketa will be Bold at Philadelphia to and irom above pointa at reduced ratee. good for aarae da, issued, and on Saturday! good until the following Man da- ft & 2m PHILADELPHIA, WILMINOT0S AND BALTIMORE RAILROAD. NATIONAL CAMP MEETING AT OAK INGTON, MD., Commencing TUESDAY, July 12, ls;o, an.l contlnu lng ten days. Tralss for C amp Ground will leave Philadelphia (S-unday excepted) at S-KO and 11-45 A. M. and and 110 P. M. Eound trip tickets at reduced rates can he nnr. chased at No. 82S C'HESNUT Street, or at Depot niwAu Bireet ami haiunton Avenue. 1 7 12t n. F. KENNET, Superintendent. QENTZ HOUSE, Nes. 17 and 19 EAST MAIN STREET, CARLISLE, PBNNA. UW WUV. AAtAVA VA l-LIU bl T ClliUM, V V1X1LU U-U J LT BOO persons seeking a quiet summer resort, are called to this flrst-clnss Hotel, new and hnnilanmoiv rnrni.h.j throughout, with all the modern conveniences. Terms for summer boarders $3 to $10 per wee. v x alu uauvaujdi id, proprietor. KITTATINIMY HOUSE, DELAWARE WATER GAP. This delightful summer resort Is now open, and much improved. Trains leave Kensington 7-30 A. M. and 3-f.o P. M. Arrive at the Gap in less than live hours. esiSBtutiitnr wri. a. brodhead & sons. LAKE GEORGE LAKE HOUSE, CALD- ell. N. Y. Best of accommodations for lamiliet and gentlemen. Board per day, $3'50; from June 1 to July 1, $14 per week ; for the eeHMn, Hi 14 to $17 'HO, according to room : for tbemontUBOf July aud Aueust, $17-60; August, $21, Open from J una 1 to October 'JO. Address 6 ti Sm U. J. ROCKWELL. C1I I T TENANGO. WHITE 8ULPHF.R SPRINGS, Madison county. N. Y. First-class Hotel, with erery requisite. Drawing-room and sleeping-cars from New York city, via Hudson River Railroad at 8 A. M. and 6 P. M , with out change. Send for circular. 6 6 2m I FEST.EY'S POINT HOTEL, CAPE MAY CO., 3 jn. J., is now open ior tue reception oi visitors C SO lm Proprietor. EXCURSIONS. (J HA.HD MEMA It Y I3C'URSIO. OF TUB JL.ileit.v Cornet I3ciiil, PROFESSOR McC'LURG, LEADER, To New York Bay, Around Staten Island, and Up the Hudson River, STOPPING AT NEW YORK CITY, On MOMJAV, .HJI.Y 11. The full Band of 1? perorrners, and McClurg's Celebrated Orchestra, will accompany the excursion. Tickets good for the round trip I3-O0 Tickets, for lady and gentleman 5-00 Last boat leaves Walnut street wharf at 7 o'clock A. M. It O R CAPE MAY. On and after THURSDAY, June DO, the steamer ARROWSMITH Will leave ARCU STREET WHARF for CAPB MAY on TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS, and SATURDAYS at 9 A. M. Returning, wUl leave CAPE MAY on MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS and FRIDAYS at 8 A. M stopping each way at Chester and New Castle. Fare, $2-23, including carriage hire. Servants, f 1-C0, " " " Children, 11-25, " ' " Horses, carriages, and freight, taken at reasonable rates. The ARROWSMITH is a fine, commodious steamer, and Is fitted with every requisite for the safety and comfort of passerjgers. GEO. II. HUDDELL, C. TAGG ART, 6 19 lot m wftf NO. 62 N. DELAWARE .venue. B ECK'S PHILADELPHIA BAND, NO. 1. FIRST GRAND EXCURSION AROUND NEW YORK DAY AND STATEN ISLAND. Leave Philadelphia, from WALNUT ST. WHARF, THURSDAY, July 14, 1S70, at 1 o'clock A. M. FAKE KOlt THE EXl TKSIOK I Single Tickets 8J-50 Gentleman aud Lauy 4 Ml Tickets can bti procured at tue Oitlce of iieuk'i Band, No. h2S Market street; of Charles Briulzin hoi'er, No. 9J5 Market street ; or Enos c. Reuner, No. MM Girard avenue; Ticket oitlee, No. ttti Clie.su ut street, and at the wharf on the morning or the Excursion. T 9 li la st , DAILY FIRST-CLASS EXCURSIONS llto those cool, delightrul, and shady UAjiutAs at GLOUCESTER POINT. Always a breeze blowing. Tuke orsend th family, steamers with every accommodation. (Ice water, etc.) Leave SOUTH Street every few minutes. 6 30 lm 4p MEDIOAU. DR. VAN DYKE'S TONIC AND PURIFYING BITTERS is every where acknowledged tosuod unequalled and unrivalled us a Tonic ami Purlfviug Remedy. It is the only remedy in the world that will positively and permanently cure Dyspepsia, it I a pure Tonic, composed of the concentrated juices of certain medicinal herbs, plants and roots, it Is prepared with a true knowledge and conception of the requirements of the human system. Sold by ail druggists. Sole proprietor, JAMES M. VAN KYKE. M D., 6 26 12mrp No. load RACE Street. 91 c Itl A 11 O IV, SBTPPW8 A Kit COMMISSION MBRCBAh TS, co. a Wfr.niiD.rj our. new sorK, No. 18 BOU TU WHARVES, Philadelphia, No. 46 W. PRATT Btreet, Baltimore. We are prepared to ahip every deeoription of Freight to Philadelphia, New York, Wilmington, and intermediate pointa with proinptnesa and deepatoh. OanaJ Jiata and htm-tnge lerniahedat the ahort t Bvotioe. ALEXANDER O. CATTELL A CO. rttODt'OH COMMISSION M FRO HANTS. No. UdNOKlH WliA&VKd No. B7 NORTH W ATFR 8TBEXT, fUlLADHLFfclla-. ALiliKrn O. Vairau. KUiia OaTtlU. SUMMER RESORTS. ATLANTIC CITY. UNITED STATES HOTEL, ATLANTIC CITY, N. J., rs NOW OPEN Reduction of Twenty Per Cent, in the Price of Board.' Maaic ander the direction of Professor M . F. Aiedo. Terms, $30 per week. Person desiring to engage room! will address. BROWN A WOELPPEB, Proprietors, No. 627 RICHMOND Street, Philadelphia, Ftithitqlm 26dlm7!Wthtolm CURF HOUSE. ATLANTIC CITT, N J. is now open for thel aeason. Rondo the ad; Tantage of location this bouse enjoys, and the fine nothing contiguous to it, a railroad has been constructed since last spason to convoy guest from the hotel to the beach. The house has been overhauled and reflttnd throughout, and no pains will be spared to make it, in every particular, A ilKST-OLASS ESTABLISHMENT. 611 grn J. IRK AS, Proprietor, "y I11TE HOUSE, ATLANTIC CITV, N. J:, haying changed hands, and been refitted and newly furnished throughout, is now open for the reception of g-nests. Terms, $U) and $16 per week. 611 lm B, OOFITN, Proprietor. AMERICAN HOUSE ATLANTIC CITY (near the Depot.) The bar will be furnished with the choicest Liquor and Oigars, and the table with all the dulicaoies of the season. isitor are invited to call and see for them selves. Branch of Kivell's Ojater Bay, Philadelphia. JACOB R1VKI.I,, 6 111m THOMAS tRKKNWELL,f PrPr'etors- CONGRESS HALL, ATLANTIC CITY, N. J., situated but a few rods from . the Boach, in rpen for the season. The hotel since last season has been thoroughly refitted and Tenovated and man) modern improvements added. 1 ine Stabling for Horses on the premises. Rntesof Board greatly reduced since last season. 6111m OKOROK W. HINUKXK. Proprietor. JIGIITHOUSE COTTAGE, Located between United 8tate Hotel and the beach, ATLANTIC OITY, N. J. BOARD REDUCED. Open from June 1 toOctober 1. 6 1-Sm JONAH WOOTTON, Proprietor. OCEAN HOUSE, ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.. new and handsomely furnished throughout and situated very near the beach, is open for the season The table will be (upplied with the boot the market affords, and the house will be found firxt-clas ia every respect, l ine stabling for horses. No bar. O. W. lilNOKLK A CO., Proprietors. 611 lm K. V. BLAIR, Superintendent. TUE WILSON COTTAGE, X ATLANTIC CITY. A new and weii-furniaheil Boardlnir-house on NORTH CAROLINA Avenue, near the Depot. Tt rma to suit. 7 6 lm ROBERT L. FUREY, Proprietor. TREMONT HOUSE, CORNER OF PACIFIC) and VIRGINIA Avenues. Atlantic City, N. J. This new and delightfully i located Hotel is now open for the reception of guests. It is neotl) furnished throughout, and v. ill be found one of the pleasantest stop ping places on the Island. 611 lm H BLOOD, Proprietor. BEACH COTTAGE, ATLANTIC CITY. NOW open. A flrst-clasa Family Hoarding House, MICHIGAN Avenue, near tho Hench. NO BAR. Terms to suit all. Apply to J. B. DOYLE, Proprie tor, or E. V. PARROTT, No. 35 N. EIGHTH Street, corner of Filbert. 71 lm rrHE OLD INLET HOUSE, ATLANTIC A. CITY, is now open for the reception of guest This isoneof the most pleasantly located houses on the Beach, and the Wines, Lienors, Cigars, etc., will be found of the most superior character. JOHN MKTZ, 611 lm -Proprietor. DENNIS COTTAGE, ATLANTIC CITyTnTj! (MICHIGAN AVKNUK), Knlarged to double its former capacity, is now open for the reception of guests. JOSEPH H. BORTON, 611 lm Proprietor. . TVEPTUNE COTTAGE (LATE MANN'S 1 COTTAGE). PENNSYLVANIA Avenue, first house below the Mansion House, Atlantic City, is NOW OPEN to receive Ouest. All old friends. heartily welcome, and new nnos also. MRS. JOHN IsMICJK, 6 11 flm Proprietress. HEWITT HOUSE, ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. This favorite house has been removed two square nearertbe ocean, and is now on PENNSYLVANIA Ave bue, next to the Presbyterian church. It is now open for the season. 6 11 st at Mm A. T. HUTCHINSON, Proprietress MACY HOUSE, MASSACHUSETTS AVENUE, Atlautic City, is. open the entire year. Situ ated near the best bathing. Has large airy rooms, with spring beds. Terms $16 per week. 6 2r.iw GEORGE II. MACY, Proprietor. COLUMBIA HOU8E, ATLANTIC CITY, N. J., opposite the Surf House, IS NOW OPEN. Terms to suit the times. 8 11 lm KliJVARD DOYLE, P.oprietor. THE SCH AUFLEK HOTEL, ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. The best location on the island, with an A No. 1 table, and the beat attention paid to its guest. Right; fine sleeping chambers, with beds, etc.. unsurpassed. 611 lm ALOIS BOH A UrLKR, Proprietor- rpiIE VINCENT HOUSE, PACIFIC AVE X nue, nearly opposite the Chester County House, ATLANTIC CITY, is now open. Accommodations and Bathing not aurpassed anywbe. e on theUland. NO BAR. 6 11 lm KENTUCKY HOUSE, ATLANTIC OITY, N. J. ' is now open for the reception oi visitors. MHS. M. QUIGLRY, 6 11 lm Proprietress. THE SEASIDE HOUSE, ATLANTIC OITY, N. J., ' is NOW OPEN for the reception of guest, one square from railroad to the beach. 611 lm EVANS A HAINEB, Proprietors. COTTAGE RETREAT ATLANTIC CITY, N. J., is now open for the reception of guests. Terms moderate. MRS. McOLEES, 6 11 sloth 2 m Proprietress. "PENN MANSION (FORMERLY ODD FEL X, lows Retreat), ATLANTIC CITY, is now in the hands of its former proprietor, and is open for the season. rill 2meoil Wit M. O AR 1KR. Proprietor. c HESTER COUNTY HOUSE, ATLAN'l IO CITY. N. J., J. KF.IM. Proprietor. 6111m c E N T K A L HOUSE, ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.. is NOW OPEN for the reception of guests. 6Utiw LAWLOR A TRILLY. Proprietor. rpOMPKINS & SON, ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. X French confectionery, ice cream, and fine cakes, wholesale and retail, ATLANTIC tttreet, opposite Unitea States Hotel. 6 11 lm rpAMMANY HOUSE, ATLANTIC CITY, N. X J , delightfully located on NORTH CAROLINA Avenue, is NOW OPEN. ELI AS CLKAVEIt, 6H lm Proprietor. (7 EST P 11 1 L A D E LT II I A HOUSE, ATLANTIC AVKNUK, ATLANTIC CITY. N. J. 611 lm ' JAMES M. URIAN, Proprietor. T7UREKA COTTAGE, ATLANTIC CITY.N.J. A J ATLANTIC and VIRGINIA Avenues, will be open June 2.", for the reception of visitor. T. '. WAi.SUN, 1(. 11. WATSON (late oi Kvard Huute). 0' 11 lm CANK HOUSE, ATLANTIC CITY, N. J., T is now open for the season. Teims It 12 per week or $ i per day. 6lllui LEWIS REPP, Proprietor, "1EHD HOUSE, ATLANTIC CITY, NEXT -IV door to United States Hotel Terms 14 to 8 la por week. CHARLES bOUDKK, M. !., 6 11 Irn Proprietor. rpTlE BYE HOUSE, ATLANTIC CUT Y NT J., A. is now open for the reception of guests, lor rooms, apply to Mrs. EVINE, No. 1323 SPRUCE Street, piii)a.,or at the live House. 6Jllm M" AGNOLIA HOUSE, ATLANTIC CITY, now open. For particular apply Nos. 1129 and l&l CHfhNUT btreet. ,,. . till lm M. B. FIELD. rpHE "CHALFONTE," ATLANTIC CITY, N. Jl J., is now open, run run a troiu the nouse to the bone b. EL1SUA RUKKll 1 8. 6 11 3iu Proprietor. T U E A L II A M B R A, X ATLANTIC OTTY.N. J., is now open for the season. n o ltlin R. B. LEKDS, Proprietor. OTAH HOTEL, OPPOSITE THE U.S. HOTEL, 0 ATLANTIC CITY. N. J., is now opan for tho season b u lm MRS. OULLION, Proprietress. M'ONROE COTTAGE, ATLANTIC CITY, N. J., ATLANTIC Avenue, tint block above United biates Hotel. Teimsroedeiate. 6111m WILLIAM MONROE, Proprietor rhHE CLARENDON HOUSE, ATLANTIC 1 CITY, is NOW OPKN FOR THE SEASON. JObl- FU JOMlS Proprietor, fi. K. MOLSK. S .tperiateavteut. 6 U I .a SUMMER RESORTS. ATLANTIC CITY. BrtR;s jK'osTrnTinN tiouse,- CORNER ATLANTIC and KENTUCKY Avenues, Atlan tic City, N. J. TM well-known nouse Is new open for the re ception of guests. MRS. M. A. LEEDS, . Late of Seaview House. The bar will be under the superintendence of the late proprietor, and win be open in conjunction with the other port of the house. 7BtutlHm' IlUOn BARR. CAPE MA Y. QTOCKTON HOTEL, CAPS MAY, N. J IS NOW OPEN FOR THE RECEPTION OF GUESTS. Mt.Bio under the direction of Professor CHARLES R. DODWORTH. Terms, It 60 per day, or 23 per weefc. CHARLES DUFFY, Proprietor, 6 e?t 7is Formerly of the Continental Hotel, Phila. CONGRESS HA LL, CAPE MAY, N. J., Opens June 1. Closes October 1 Mark nnd Simon riassier's Orchestra, and fall Military Hand, of 120 pieces. TERMS 13-60 per day June and September. 14-00 per day July and August. The new wing is now completed. Applications for Rooms, address 4 15 tat J. F. OAKE, Proprietor IITcMAKIN-S ATLANITO HOTEL OAPK M AY. Rebuilt since the late fire and ready for (tutst Open during the rear. Is directly on the sea shore, with the best bathing beaoh of the Oape. Term, for the summer, $3'60 per day and $21 per weok Ooacta from depot free. No Bar. 6 24tuths5m JOHN McM AKIN, Proprietor. HMIE PHILADELPHIA HOUSE, JL CAPE ISLAND, N. J., 18 NOW OPEN. The house been (rreatly enlarged and improved, and .ffers superior inducements to those seeking a quiot and pleasant home by tbeu-a-side at a moderate price. Address, JC GRItFTrilB, No. 10u4 CUESNUT Street, or Cape May 6 16 am TTN1TED STATES HOTEL, FORMERLY U Sherman Ilouse, Cape Island. The undersigned respectfully informs the public that he has taken the above hotel, and will keep a plain, comfortable house, a good table, and the best wines and liquors that he can procure. Price of board, 117.50 per week. The house la now open for visitors. 6 87 liu JKRE McKIBBIN, Agt. OCEAN HOUSE, CAFE MAY, N. J. THE BEST table on Cupe Island. Numerous home-like comforts, location within fifty yards of the best bathing on the beach, are the principal advantages possessed by this ilrst-class family hotel. No bar on the premises. LYOETTE & SAWYER, 6 HO lm Proprietors. CAFE ISLAND. "WILLIAM MASON HAS consolidated the Continental with the favorite MER CHANTS' HOTKL, joining both houses together, and extending the portioo the whole length of the building. 1 he hotel has been renovated throughout, and the Sleep ing Apartment supplied with fine Spring Mattresses. Now open. Term reasonable. ti 16 lm BRYANT HOUSE, DECATUR STREET, near the Brach, Cape May, H. J., is NOW OPKN for the season. House entirely new ; newly furnished through out, and has a full Ocean view. Accommodations for luu guests. NO BAR. J. L. BRYANT, 6 13 lm Proprietor. TREMONT HOUSE, CAPE MAY, N. J This House is now open for the reception of gtinsts. Rooms can be engaged at No. IWA MOUNT VERNON Street, until July 1. tt 16 2m MRS. E. PARKINSON JONES. I7RIENDS' COTTAGE, CAPE MAY CITY, N. . J., FRONT Street, south of Congress Hull Lawn, and near the Ocoan, is now open for the reception of uests. 6 16 lm lA. P. COOK. Proprietor. THE COLUMBIA HOUSE, AT CAPE MAY. H agniu under the management of OEOROE J. UOLToN, who is also proprietor of Bolton's Hotel, at Harrisburg, Pa. 7 9atuth23t SW. CLOUD'S COTTAGE FOR BOARDERS, e FRANKLIN, opposite Hughes street, Cape Inland. 1 8 lm CRESSE COTTAGE, No. 81 FRANKLIN ST., Cape May, N. J. M RS. BAYLISS, Proprietress TO SUMMER TOURISTS. J K11ICSII COAIi & IYAV. CO.'g I3AIL.UOAUS. PLEASURE TRAVELLERS For the Valleys of WYOMING and LEHIGH, for the CATAWISSA RAILROAD, and for tho SWITCH BACK RAILROAD, celebrated for its magniilccnt views, should take the 9-45 A. M. EXPRE83 TRAIN from the NORTH PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD DErOT, Corner of BERKS and AMERICAN Sts., Phllada., Or by taking the 3-20 P. M. train from the same depot, can go to Mauch Chunk, remain there over night, pass over the SWITCH-BACK In tho morn ing, and continue their Journey that afternoon. Those wishing to visit MAUC1I CHUNK and the SWITCH-BACK, can take the 9-45 A. M. train, and return to Philadelphia the same evening. Large and well-kept Hotels at Mauch Chunk, Wllliamsport, Wilkehbarre, and Ncranton. Passengers to Wllliamsport by the 9-4-i train reach there in nearly two hours shorter time than by any other route. Be sure to call for your tickets over tho LEHIGH AND SUSQUEHANNA RAILROAD, and see that you get them over that road. Ticket for sale at No. 811 Chesnut street, No. 105 South Fifth street, and at North Pennsylvania Rail road Depot. 12. la. Master of Transportation. .IAIS: A. 7 9 lnirp General Ticket Agent. NORTH PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. NEW AND ATTRACTIVE ROUTE FOR QUr.1F.1ER TOURISTS TO Northern Pennsylvania, Interior New York, Buffalo, Rochester, Niagara Fulls, Watklns' Glen, the Great Lakes, and the West. Also to WLliainsport, Wllkesbarre, Serauton, Schoo lcy's Mountain, Alluutown, Mauch Chunk, and all points in the Lehigh, Wy. ooilug and frusquehauna Valleys. Novelty, Comfort, Speed and Fine scenery are the attractions oi tins route. The attention of Summer Tourists is aiked to this new and attractive route, passing through the varied Bccncry of tho Lehigh, Wyoming and Susquehanna Valleys, otrerlng Comfortable Cars. Excelleut UotHs and Rapid Trausit to the numerous poiuts of lulorest named above. FIVE DAILY THROUGH TRAINS At 7 35 A. M., 9 45 A. M.. 145 P. M.. 8 'Jo T. M. an 1 6 00 P. M. (Sundays excepted), FROM PHILADELPHIA PASSENGER STATION, Coiner of BERKS and AMERICAN Streets. Tickets fur BUFFALO, ROCHESTER, NIAG ARA FA1 1.S and the WEST may be obtained at Oilice, No. MUlUbStT Street. ELLIS CURE, Gcneul Agent. Tlctets sold aud Baagago cheeked through to rr'.uetpa! points at MANN NORTH PKNNSV1.VA. MA llAGt.AGE EXl'Kli;S Ol r'K'E, Nn. 10f Kjuia I HTU btreet. t UlU MEDIOAU. RHEUMATISM AND NEURALGIA. Bheunatlgm Specially TraatddTJiIrty. evei Tear. Chronic Rheumatism, $1000 paid. Inflammatory Rheumatism, $2000' paid. Neuralgia in the Head, $3000 paid. Articular Rheumatism, fctOOO paid. Rheumatism ia Kidneys, $."000 paid. The above amounts will be paid to aa Eerson producing any medioine, Internal, xternal, Vegetable or Mineral, that- oaa bring forward as many living, genuine, permanent cures as DR. FITLER'S VEGE TABLE RHEUMATIC REMEDY, the pre scription of one of Philadelphia's oldeBt regu lar physicians and professors. It is positively the only standard specific- before the public, being composed of pure and harmless vegeta ble ingredients solely, containing no minerals, poisonous vegetables, or injurious drugs. It is warranted, under oath, to have permanently cured ninety -five in every hundred case? treated in the past four years, a result un paralleled in the annals of medicine. To pro tect sufferers against imposition, deception, quacks, and injurious nostrums prepared by unskilful, uneducated, and unscientific hands, a printed legal form of guarantee, containing name of patient and exact stated quantity to cure, properly signed and sealed, will be given to every patient desiring it, without extra charge, and in case of failure to cure the money refunded. All Bufferers should ex amine the plan of guarantee, which insures a positive cure, or costs nothing for the trial. The safety of this offer, made by Dr. Fitter, is insured to him only by the merit and in fallible curative power of this remedy. Names and references of incurable oases, where the money paid has been refunded in full, given at Dr. Fitter's office, whore the diploma of Dr. Fitler, received from the University of Pennsylvania A. D. 1833, is subject to publio inspection, with the diploma from the Medi cal Institute, 1833, and the additional vouch ers of his professional skill as a Physician and Professor of Chemistry, together with letters and testimonials of leading physicians, cler gymen, judges, senators, bankers, merchants, etc. etc. Or. Fit lor' Veretable Rtienmatio Rnmedy cured H. A. Dreor, No. 714 Chesnut street j also Hon. Judge Leu. of' Oauiden, with 17.UOU others. Dr. l'itsr's Vegetable Rheumatics Remedy oured Dajid G. Walton, M. I)., Seventh atreet, below Race. lie recom mends the remedy highly. Dr. Fitler's Vegetable Rheumatio Remedy cured tho Rev. John Stockton, Uimden, N. J, ; a very severe case. Dr. Fitler's Office, Mo. SS S. Fourth street. Dr, Fitler' Vegetable Rheumatio Remedy cured Mrs. O.Boyd, No. llMri 8. Fifth; also Mr. Simmons, No. 537 Dillwjn street. Never failed. Dr. Fitler's Vegetable Rheumatio Rnmedy cured Hon. William B. Klliott, No. ti4 N. Seventh. F.ndorsas ami recommends it. Prepared No. 39 S. Fourth street. Dr. Fitler's Vegetable Rheumatio Remedy cured Hon. Alderman Comly, Twenty-third ward, Frankford. It ia . the only specific ever discovered. Dr. Fitler's Vegetable Rheumatic Remedy cured Mr . Lent r,, No. 136 8, Eighth atrtet: also Mrs. Richardson, No 1X18 S. Fourth street. Dr. Fltlor'i Vegetable Rheumatic Remedy cured of Rheumatism the vwie of Rev. Mr. Haffgs, t ails of Sciiiui.. kill a seveie oase. Dr. Fitler's Vegetable Rheumatic Remedy cured A. J.. Oolton, No. 1109 N. Third. A chronic case; tried every thing without benefit. Dr. Fitter' Vegetable Rheumatic Remedy cured A. K. Milton, M. D., a celebrated Baltimore pliyaician. consi dered a hopeless case. Dr. Fitter's Vegetable Rheumatic Remedy cured Theo dore Da Vinson , who resides No. .136 N. KigbUt street; also Samuel Cohen, No. 240 N. Kightb. Dr. Fitler's Vegetable Rheumatic Remedy cured the wife of Hv. Mr. Davis, Uightatowo, N. J. Awonderiui, unexpected cure. DR. FITLER'S VEGF.TABLK RHEUMATIO RE MEDY is warranted, unrfor solemn oath, to have permanently cured ninety live cases in every hundred treated. ANOTHER CURE BY WRITTEN GUARANTEE. Mr. Shock, No. 1024 Columbia avenue, cured of RUeui matiun by Dr. Fitler's remedy. No care, no pay. A NEW CURE AND A GREAT CURE. William Weyland, No. 1433 Bnnton atreet, Seventeenth ward, cured of Rheumatism by Dr. Fitler's remedy. A OURE. FACTS ARE STUBBORN THINGS. James Hinas, Forty -first and Market atreets, W. P., cured of Rheumatism by Dr. iitlcr'e remedy. A GREAT CURE.-GO AND CONSULT HER. Mrs. K. O. Harton, corner Clinton, and Henry streets. L'auiUen,of Rbeumatitm, by Dr. Filler's remedy. A GREAT CURE OF RHEUMATISM. John Weckerly, No. 1110 Buttonwood street, cured, by Dr. 1'itler' Rheumatio Remedy. No cure, no pay. NEURALGIA. A remarkable cure. S. Griffith, No. 700 Kessler street, a very severe clironio case, cured by Dr. Fitler'a Ruuedy, No. y S. Fourth street. STUBBORN FACTS-RHEUMATISM CURES. GiifGn Kaively. No. 22! George atreet. Sixteenth ward, cured by Dr. Filler' Remedy. RHEUMATISM. GEORGE ELLIOTT cured, FrankforJ : cousid.su it a wocclcriul remedy. RHEUMATISM. Mrs. BACON cured, No. ?28 MA KK ET Street, Ciuda, by Dr. 1 1TLEK, No. 29 S. FOUR I'll Street, j RHEUMATISM. Mr. SHOCK cured, No. lt)S4 COLUMBIA Avenue, by writttn guarantee RHEUMATISM. 8. O. ZIMMFRMAN cured. No. lUi MARSHALL, by Dr. i I'JLXB'o Remedy. Dr. Fitler's Rheumatio Remedy has the following a 1 vautusca: First It is purely vegetable, and warranted not to con tain mercury, coluhicum, minerals, metals, or aujtUiug iu jurious to the system. Second It ia prepared from the original prescription of Doctor Joseph P. ) itior, a giaduute oi the I'mversily of l'enus) Ivania, and now one of our oldest pruutuiug pliyoL vikiis. Third-He has made these diseases his specialty, and spent a lifetime in preparing onr infallible remedy. Fomth A limited stated quantity is warranted in every cat.e, aud If it talis to cure me money is reiuuaea. Medical advice to Rheumatio sufferers given d:iily, from 11 until 4, without charge. No other diseane precrifedl tor. Aovice sent by mail without charge. Depot a;t Vtf.co No. 29 S. FOURTH Stieet. RHKUMATISM AND NEURALGIA. Sulleiera from these painful complaints have only thsn atlvcs to blame it they permit their frames to be tortured, when a sovereign cure like Dr. Fitler'a wonjeriul Bheu uiatiu Remedy ia within such easy reach, of eve th humblest in tUe land. Aa to iU eura'jve properties io, rbtamatian:,gout, and neuralgia, no cap, who is not wil fully blind, can entertain the shadow of a doubt. Thou, aand of the worst eases known to the medical faculty have been cured by it, and bundled of the ortitwats given in it favor are from judges, lawyer, physician, merchant, tradesmen, ete , ta our very mtdat. who are. living evidence of it nilraoulous power. It is aold every wh're. aud rheumatio aad neuralgic antierer f it ttiamscives to muW ,nal of its virtue ,