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.:. LETTER FROM WASHINGTON.
Th PrenldeNt's Bent Frlftnd-FhUadel phi AppolBtinn(n-Tblrl Ticket for l'OHMftylvanln long reeeloual Matters. Ete.Kte. Special Correspondence of The Evening Telegraph. Washington, Mar 31. Pennsylvania politician! are absolutely swarming ' here. Sonstor Cowan, who Is supposed to bare Toloe potential at tlie Executive mansion, is be ioired day and nlsrht with tbe hungry orowd, who fill the Senate lobbies with incessant inqalrtcs for ; tbe Senator, who can scarcely attend to bis publio . duties for the frrquont Interruptions by thoo par ties, witb applications for Interviews. Whon he loaves the Sunate chamber, he is followed by a core or more, who oling to tbe skirts ot his coat-tall with desperate cnerjry for "one momont," as they usually say, till tho Senator, almost distracted, flies to his lodgings for rpoee But cvou there thejr baunt him at sigh', m tho morning before breakfast, and at most unreasonable and fnoppoitune times, so that he oan Und no r o much for being regarded as tbe dispenser of pub Ic patronuare 1 foe ri moval of the Collectors 01 Internal Revnuo for the First, Third, and Fourth Districts of Pennsyl vania, ha stimulated the "patriots" who desire to serve Uncle Sam, in good fat ofllfioe, to a hla de gree, and thore is scaroely a sing e Foderal appoint ment in yc nr cltv for which there aro not from ono to three or four candidates. A "ring" Is being formed for the porposo of secur ing the Asinttsorshlp of the First District, as, it is allciod the present incumbent was appointed through Foincy's influence. John H. D.t hl.the Collector of the Second District, la expected to be made one of the Ass stant Commis sioners of Internal Revenue, in cae of the paasaire of tbe bi t providing for Assistants, and candidates are being "flxea up" fr bis position in that event. Tho contest for t'jo A-sesurshiD of the third Dis trict, now beld bv lotchor Budd is very warm between Dr. Soltzor, formerly a memoir or the legislature, and I'olor A. Eeyser. one of tbe As sistant Assessors. Keysor was a candida'e for the Colleotorship, but was distanced by Zulickj bu now KeyEer' friends have put him orward for the Asspb orship. The triends of both appear sanguine of success. Tbe proposition to run a third ticket in Pennsyl vania, in opposition to Gonoral Geary, has not been abandonod, although it has slumbered for a time, Iho effort will bo made If there appears to be the least prospect ot success. The difficulty seems to be in getting an available man to run as "soldier candida'e." Colonel Richard Coulter, it is understood, lias positively declined to be candidate, as ho s aw there was not the ghoat of a chance of election, and he was unwilling to commit po.itioal suicido. It is understood that in bijrh quarters tin- wish is that Clyrnor shjuld with draw, and a now cand date be brought forward, to be supported by the combined Johnsou and Demo cratic parlies. But the Democrats are strongly opposed to any such arrangement, and it is not liMiiy that it will be consummated. Tfeere is no talk 01 Congress adjourning. Indoed, it looks as it the session would continue until next December. Tho coining Courosionai eloc ions . mav in erlere somewhat with th a programme but it is proposed to make an arrangement by which some filieea or twenty mourners mivht be spared rrom time to time, to go home, in closely contested dis tricts, to look alter their re-election, and still leave a working Union majority in the House. Whn these1 roturu others can eo home in the same way, and thus koep the Union majority in the House unim paired, and in case any important measure was brought lorward requiring a two-thirds vote, tbe absent members could be recalled in time to vote upon it. It is believed sdme such arrangement will be made. THE CHIEF ORGANIZER. Who lit Stephens T Carious History of , thUratC. O. I. B. Ills) Family and ! Auttredents Ilia AdveniurM wltta Nmllb O'Brien In 1848. from the Brorkville (Canada) Monitor. At the present moment the most prominent man i e. the man most talked about on thin continent is unquestionably James Stephens, C. K. I. ii , that is, Cliiei Executive irisu Re,.uDlio, wht lauded in New York on last Thursday week lroia Prauco, where he had remained for about a month alter his escape liom Ireland in a fishing boat. Jor the time being President Johnson and his right band man, Seward, and even Ueneral urant, aie one and all eo iped by tho Irish refugee. His origination oi theienian folly in Ire and, bis arrest, bis romantic escape from Richmond Bridewell, and bis equally romantio pasairo to France from the Irish coast, have surrounded him witb a halo of no orioty which will give Yankeedoin a new-sensa-. tion to write and talk about for a few days. But who 1 JtmiM HtpIkllAtia F TtlA Rlnnhnn. tamOn M resia ills ot the city of Kilkenny, in Ireland: and ever regarded thf re as the s'aunobest of Protectants. The lather of James Stephens was a dyer by trade, and bad bis dye-nouse on John street, in the oity 8 luded to; nig uno e was, und we believe still is, a sexton ot tbe anoient Anglican Cathedral ot St. Cauice, in the same city, while another uncle is a Srinter by trade, and worked for a number of years k the oflice of the Kilkenny Moderator, during the , proprietorship or Mr. Denroche. now dead. He afterwards started a small job office on his own ac count, but not being very Biteoesstul, came to this country, and worke i in Brockville for a few months, some tnreo yiars since. Irwtl thus be sueu that Stephens comes of a dacent Protestant connection in Uii- ower walk ot ilie. The lather, the dyer, was the best off of the whole f m ly, ana was enub'ed to give James a tolorably good education at the ancient endowed grammar souool i f tht city of bis birtb, and wnioh vrammar schoo is to pleasant y situated on tbe b ink. of the beuutnul More, and within plain view of the lordly castle oi the Ormonds. Circumstances threw , Ktjnhf,Tia In tha ia v nr fimitli JVU.!.... I : . e - " ' " v ui iru, tuu V1B1UU- ftrv tnn nvnHahla no Anl.rml ,n,n ih. i i tbe latter, and was out with him in his brief and inir,orious rising of 1848, which received its quietus at Baliinirary, a village in Tipoerary, and close to the torder of tbe county Kilkenny. More lortunate than bis leader, Stephens, although silently woundeu, manaired to escape to France. His liberal eduoation now stood him in good stoad, and becoming a careful student of the French lan guage at fans, he by-and-by returned to Irolatid iuor-t competent to 'each it As a Frenoh toaoher he bad readv aooeas to many respectaole families in the city if Dalin and vioinitv, and is said that he v u t .ugl t the dauifhtei of Judge Keogh, who re cently tried so many ol his treasonable Iriends But the result of Smith O'Brien's rising in 1818 had not cured him of his revolutionary ideas, which speedily a-sumed a lenian complexion. With his arrest and flieht to America the publio are already ac quainted. ST. DOMINGO AND HAYfl. Defeat or tba liaytivua by tbe Domini. 4iai1a TV nasill nr Uaaai SB A w a . .......... n, mwnwiugo, Orders All PTUonrra ol War aa4 Oou. pi r a tors to be executed Anotlier Rt. volntlon In llayti. Havaha, May 16 By the arrival of the stumor Jlfotifczuma and the mail from St. J ago ce Cuba I am enabled to transmit the following news: ' ST. DOMINOO, A Spanish smack which arrived at St. Jago on tbe 5th instant, from I'uer.o l'Jata, baa brought more cheering accounts from said port, wnere there were seven vessels at anchor. 1 he market was gia dually improving. Pieadent Baez was passing sentence of death on all prisoners of war and conspirators tnat wre captured lj his men. 'J be Haytleus had been do lea ed by tbe troops ol Baez In the comse of the lart months strange and ' novel inoidtni occurred in the capital, wbioti will amuse your resuers It appuars tbat at a ball lately ' given there the Governor of the city entered the saloon ou norsebaok, and Just when an euomv ot his tirvA a revolver at hi in, tue noire, raising up his bead, received the comeuts, falling dxad in the mid o e ot the saloon 1 he animal was buried the next day with a military band and honors. BATTI. , By the same conveyance we learn that another revolution bad been plotted. President Geflrard bad BO confidence in bis troops. A story was afloat about a sailor belonging to a British strainer, who was bad y treated by some natives, and (ieffrard bad riven him money and o fired indemnity to the British Consul to hush up the occurrence and avoid a bombardment y. V. Jlciad. THE DAILY EVisKlKO lELKGliArjf. -MllLAbELPllIA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 23, 18Cfi. FOURTH EDITION SPECIE FOR EUROPE, $3,23 1,466 Shipped Tills Morning from Kew York, Besides $2,000,000 from Boston. : Nw York, May 23. The steamship Pacii sailed to-de) for Liverpool, with $3,234,460 in specie. Kl atrnevive Flra at Hi cinlrsvlllo Ohio Viibei7;o, May 23. A destructive fire occurred J estrrdnv aftornoon ft St. ( lairsyllle, ISclmcritj county, Ohio, by which an entire squnie.ilf the moBt valuable property In the ton was destroyed. The loss is estimated at from $160,000 to $200,000. Fire at Iloston. Boston, May 23. The buildings Nos. 122, 121, 126, and 128 Fulton street were nearly destroyed by fire, at an early hour this morning. Tho buildings were stored with cotton, and the loss rru6t be very heavy. Election of a United States Senator from Connecticut. New IIaten, May 23. Tl e Senate concurred with tho House to-day In electing Ortls S. Ferry as United States Senator to succeed Foster, whoeo term expires on the 4th of March, 1867. Tbe tote was strictly a jmrty one, standing: O. 8. Ferry, Republican, 13; and It. D. Uubbard, Democrat, 8. CONGllESS. Washington, May 23. Senate. The morning hour was spent in tbe dlsoiifsion or a bill to bridge 'lie Mississippi at Winona, .Minnesota. At 1 o'clock the resolutions ot the .Reconstruction Committee to amend tho Constitution, were taken up. House of Representatives. Mr. McEuer(CaI.), from the Post Office Commit to , reported a joint resolution authorizing the Postmaster-General to pav an additional salary to letter carriers in ban Francisco, which was read a third time and passed. On motion of Mr. Julian (Ind ) the Senato amend ments to the Hoiio bill for the disposal ot the publio land for homcstea'ls and aoiual settlement in tho Mates oi A ahama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Arunas and Florida, were non concurred in, and a commit tee ot con if rt nee asked tor. Mi. Ross (i l l oliereu a resolution, which was adopud, directing thecommi toe on Printing to in quire into the expediency ot having printed lor dis tribution an extra number of copies ot the Agricul tural ltbport for 1864 equal to the number printed 1VJ 1CHJO. Air. Windom (Minn.) oflbrod a resolution, which was adopted, directing the btcretury ol'tue Interior to inloiui the Ilniisi how much money has bou ap propriated for tbe erecion ol school houses, and tuo maintenance of schools in the ditlorout Indian atrencies within the Dacotah Supenn.endencv, to gether with the present condition or suoli agency, and the manner In which tho business ot the super intendency and aiency nusbeon conducted lr. Patterson (N. Y.) introduced a bill for legal izing marriages in tue Dist-ict of Columbia Head twice and retonedto tho Committee on the D.strict of Columbia On motion of Mr Bidweli (Cal ) the Committee on Arricu ture was ai-cbar?ea trom the further consideration of tl.e Hoise bill donating publio landt to tbe Amor can Forest Troe Propagation and Land Company for conducting experiments respect ing forest tree cultivation, ine bill was laid ou iho table. ine House resumed dining the morning hour tlie consideration ol ihe bill reported yeit rtay bv Mr. KJiot (IS X .), irom the Select Committee on Freed meu, tocontinue in force and to amend tbe act es tablishing tbe Freodmeu's bureau. The first section was amended on motion of .Mr. Eliot (Ma s ), bv rcduoinv the term ot tuo omitiiiu a ii co ol tho act to two years instead ot throe yoars. Mr. Chan'er (N. T.) desired to know wh rein the bill differed from the Freedmcn's Bureau bill, wbiou the President had vetoed Mr. Kliot undertook to inform him on that point, and jo explain seriatim tho pr vii-ions ot the various seotious. the first secuou be said, simply coutiuued the iiuieau lor two years, while tho bib vetoed by the lreBident was indefinite in i s duration. He proposed, in concluding his loinurks, to move the previous question. Latest Markets by Telegraph. New York, May 23 Stocks are lower. Chiongo and fltoc. island, lUi; Cumberland preferred, Hi j Illinois Central. 116; Miohisan Koulboru, 78; Mw l'ork Central, 02; Heading, 1071; Hudson Kiver, 1104 ; Canton Company, 57i; Erie Kuilroud 68 ; Western Union Telegraph o. 61; Uuited States Coupons 1881 107J; do. 1802, lOOj; do. 18R5. 101J ; Ten foHies, 951; ireasury beven thirties, lOliaiOU. (iold,136j. , 4 Philada. Stock Exchange Sales, May 23 Bepoited by De Haven & Bro., Wo. 40 IS. Third street BE1WKKN BOAEDd. $1000 U 8 6681.reg..l07 100 sh Ocean . 6 2000 U 8 6-20 62 . 100 J 10D sh do 0. 0 Ir7000 City 6s, new . . U6 i 200 sh do b6. . 7 ftlOOO Leh 'av 6s. 81 . 7f 2U0 sh do lib 7 100 sh Phil ft. Hne .. 81 j 200 sh do 6J 200 sh do b5 81 800 sh do lots CJ 200 sh do b80 81j 200 sh do 6i 100 sh do 81 ,.600sh do biiO 7 100 sh do.. ..1.10 80) 200snNY &Mid.b606j 100 sh do blO 80 200 sa Cata pt 27 2'K) h do blO 80 100sh do b80 27 200 sh do no 80 100 sh do b5. .27 100 sh do 80 SOOsh Reading.... s5 63 600 sh do s80 80l 800sh do s6 68i 10 Bh Lit Ben 874' 100 sh do....sl0.. 63 lOshl'ennaii f4j 100 sb de. .s&wn 53 f6 lOOsh tlest've ,...t6 20 I 10) sh do. ...sown t3V 100 sh do..... ..b6 20 I 100 sh Maple Shade. 8 SECOD BOARD 4ro City 6 new . 96 200 sh Keadmg 63 P50O do mun 95 i 100 sn Cata pi s5 21 82000 Phil. & E6s... 91 1 100 sh Ooeau au 7 100 th N Centr 41 ' 700 00 do lots 6 Important Go?rahicl Question The Pioprietorshlp ot the Potomac. Tbe Richmond Whig brinjrs to light an inte resting document, written by Colonel Angus McDonald, March 17, 1862. tor presentation to the Virginia Legislature, by whom he had bean sent to England to consult records, books, and maps, and otherwise Investigate the subject of the boundaiies of Virginia, especially the line between that State and Maryland. For reasons of Mate policy, this documeat was never published or ucted on: for the war was then raeinpr, and it contained conclusions relative to the boundary line between Maryland and Virginia which, if published, would have been calculated to create some unpleasantness in tbe mindsot Marylander. No, however, it is not improper Jto publinh what Colonel Mc Donald says with regard to what may be termed the proprietorship ol the Potomac, aa follows: 'The true boundary line then, betweon Maryland and Virginia, as shown bv tue Maryland charter and rupported by history, is a line drawn Irom tue point where lur meridian ot tbe source ot tho north Prauca intersects with the lortiotb paral el of north latitude to tbe northern bank of the Potomac, where that river is formed by tbe junction oi the nor.h and south btanches, and following tbat bank ,o Point Lookout, thence across the central poir of t.ie Scarborough line, aud lollowiusr the latter to tho Allantio Ocean In addition to thi facts set forth in this report, winch, in the opinion of your commis sioner, abundantly sustain Virginia's just neht to tbe territoty and boundaries be has olaimed in her behalf, others, without llm.t in number, are adduoible in rupport ot said claims, with the recital oi which your commissioner, at this .line, has not thought proper to swill this oomiaunioation "9 A Railway Cab Struck by Lightning. Dur ing a itorm on the 8th ultimo lightning struck a train which was travelling on the Orsay Rail way Id France, and, traversing one of the car riages, shivered into fragments one of th doors and broke the glass ot the other, passing out without further dumage. ' and Pestructlre Storm Koebester. at A MTKI, 0 TH ELtMMTS WIHD, RAIS, B AIL, THCKDKE AND MOHTHIRO APFSAnANO Of Trt.l BIOHM CI.OOD-ORKAT DAMAOl TO PHO-'SttrV -ACCIDENTS AND INCIDENTS. Ftomthe Hochetter Union and Advertiser, Majl. Our c ty sod vicinity was vi-dtod yst-rday alter i oou by the most destine ive storm tbat we rem 'Ui bei to have occurred in thirty jears ine m in ng opentd bright, tbe sun so.rne cleany, and tuu air was as balmy as that of June. Tbn euuerai rem irn was, "How ieveiy the dav 1" About 8 P. M u auk c ouds began to obscuietbe southern horizon. au,l soon the stotm burst upon ns. ihe clouds appoarei to sweep along over the southern portion ol mo o. y iroin west toean; aud by the time they ruaoued iroudoquoit they bad spout tneir lorce. fnero was ram, bail, wind, and lightning. Tho area of tuu storm was prohab.y five miles square, au j on nov niore than halt of this was thore inuoli hiiil vijiuie. Tlioupb the storm lasted only twenty minute., the mirchlef uoue was immense, and cau only Do esti mated, . . , Tlie damage is greatest to the nursery iaiorets. The young buddi d stock was cut down by tue iare hailstones sumo as laigo a bens' e?pi wtt.iout nitrcy, while tbe exieunive glass bousei were loft without a paue, and some of them without sa-ihrg even. 1 1 is probable, that one hundred tuousaml dollars wouid not cover tho damage to nursery aud greeniiousit property in tins vicinity, Too destruc tion ol lilacs was so general that tho article cauuot be replaced in this market. The storm uot only de stroyed glass, but butters and blinds, o tentimos swecpiiie- through dwellings aud muklng them who y untenable. loitunateiy we have no loss of life to record, thouiib many persons were injured. Animals wore beaten aud bruied, and some of the smaller onus were slain. Biros wore cut down lroin the trues with the foliaiie, and were seen lying about dead in every dncotion. Chickens and geose were killed oy tbe bail, and cats and labbiu tell be. ore tue dis charges ot ley sleot from the olouds. The south portion oi the roof of the centre tower ot 8t. ilary's Hospital was lilted from its fastenings, and tumbled into tbe street. Largo sto.ies, loos uui by the timbers, crusbed through the Mooring. A portion ol tue root of the county jail was broken through by falling chimneys. frt. Mart's and immaculate Conception ( Koman Catnolic). St. l eter's (Presbyterian) and the Alex auder r treet(Mctl'cdi.) Church were badly damaged by wlnuow glass being broken. Tne loss by broken glat-s in there churches a one will amount to rcveral bundreu dollars. The windows of the University were broken to the extent of VoOO. Lvcry house and building situated in a strip ot land about two miles in width, commencing a' M Vlary's Hospital, on the west side of tne- river, in tho Eighth Ward continuing tne nee across the river in a south, easterly direction across tho whole of t .e eleventh and iwelfthiWaids, and portions of the Fourth, lilth. Sixth, Tenth and .fourteenth Waids, sulfered more or lens loss of glaas. Veeetation suffered greatly. Limbs an inch and even nioio in diameter were cut oil as it done with a knile, the j ouug truit trees stripped from the troos, and earn vegetables cut down and dustoyed. in many places hail lay on the gronua three inches in depth. Ihe towns of Greece, Gates, Brighton, Irondo quoit, and Pittstord suilered immensely. Tho roof oi tho shoo shoo at tbo nnnitnntiai v w entirely taken elf aud lodgi d iu a held twenty rods irom the building. fceverul vessels woro obliged to put in'o Charlotte for caleiy. Some of them had considerable can van carried away. ivwuiiger & Harry's fine ground near Mount Hope received much of tno shock ot the storm, and the stock was badlv cut to nieco. Y'oun? huditnrl trees, trees ol ono aud two years old, flowers, gieenhouses, all were cut down and nearly ln s roied. v II L. Ho ker & Co . Mr. Bosrdmao. and Wlllmm S. Little, end other of the Hnchton niirnnrvmun snfii-rcd larpoly. Tbe S b ey greonhousoi, conductod by Ur Soslrn. on i.ain strcot, were pretty much destroyed, and the loss is liea.y. iho loss oi nuisery stock is so srro.it that It mmt afl'ect tlie vabie o, snch property tor a tear or mure to cone, as diminishing the upp v. ine uno pnvaio conservatories on East avenue were left without glas. The extensive gloss manuraoturlnv works or iVo in. worth & Co., on Plymoutn avenue, were PToutly oamaged, but we have no estima e of the loss sus tained tl ere. A Mrs. Williams re9idior in tho Twelfth Ward. was caucht by tbe wiod while walKinr on tho si.io- walk near her lesidence, and thrown djwn withauf- bcient vloietico to break an urm. A top buvcy, in wh ch a bot was ridinir in South avenue, was overturned, aud tbe boy sevo ely iu- JU 6j. i ntre were several lunorals on tbe way to the cen etenes at tho comm-ncoaeut ol the storm, and horses were frightened and ran away, in many in stance" injuring tbe orcupants ol the vehicles they were drawing. Many narrow escapes from death are reported A car-driver was knocked sonse ess by the hail. and tus team started t" run away in flight, but were cheesed by tbe application of the brakes In ore instance a llttie g rl had most of ber clothing toru from her body by the storm, and her ueea ana ioco were so injured as to Diced lrooly. The congregation in St. Peter's Presbyterian Cliuich were assembled when tho storm camn nn The church windo vs were beaten in, and the con gregation loll tuoir seats and took retugo in a patt of the church which was protected from ibe storm. Ihe violence of the storm may be understood when we state that In a number ot instances the leather tops of buirglos were cut through and throurh, the bodies ot tho vehicles Dartlv or wholly filled with bailstogaes, which loadod them down. Umbrellas were of no more use in this storm than pieces of tissue paper. Some who happened to havu them at hand raised them to sluoid tiioT beads liom the storm; but they were morally riddled by the bail. A New Mania. Seal-collecting is now a nas- sion and a tash'on in Paris. In one day in April nine thousand wax impressions of seals of va rious royal and celebrated personages sold for ten thousand francs, the average value per seal being nbout twenty-four cents in American cur rency. Dats of Ill-Ouen. A. work has lust been published In Parts cont-dining a collection of dates that have been of ill-omen to celebrated personages in France. Amongst others, the 15rh day ot April has been fatal to several women of distinction. cit yTntelligence For Additional Local Ihms see Third Page. Important Railroad Opening. Oa Moiioay, May 14, tho first division of the VVarron and Prunknn ltailroad was opoued to tho publio 'Ibis section is iilteeii roiios iu loug h, and extends from Irvineiown. at the moutl of iho Hrokenstrav, on tbe hue ot the Philadelphia and Hne itaiiroad, 'o lideonte, one of tho moBt iiii 0,iant points in Oil dom. Iho immediate vicinity of I idooute now pro uucbs about iiltoon hundred barrels per diem, wlcb many wells in progress, aud tho amount stored in taunts waiting for the rai road was about twenty five thousand barrels when it opened, ihe graduation ol the remainder of tho road is nearlv comp etod, and nothing will delay the completion ot the road as fast as the truck can do laid down, all ibe uiiverials being provided A largo force is at work, and the second division to West Hickory will be finished iu about two weeks. I bis Ib also a very important oil producing point. The who e road to Oil City will be fini-lied iu Julv. and there is every reason to believe t at the road win be tbe most prolltab.e in the Sta e ot Pennsylvania, both in fieghts and oassentreri it pasF alonir .tbe val'cv of the Allegheny river, and las very lavorable yrades and curvatnros 'iho Chief Lngineer aud Superintendent of ibe ro vl s J. I'. Hobart, Esq , formerly of tho Iteadiujf lUll read. Masonic Visitation. The officers of the Grand l.odce, A. Y M . will proceod to visit soveral cities iu the Lumber 'and vaUey during the coming week.forthe purposed censtitu ing four new Lodges Tbe visiting part" will include ii. Vf i.raud Master Luciue II. Scott. R. W. t 1. Peter lamioti. It v.t.U. W Richard Vaux, K W.J G W.itibertA. Lamberton. It Grand Secretary, pro tern J hn Thomson, K. W. G. Tyler William 1J. Schnidor, and otLer promineht Masons. Olympic Ball Club. The opening ma ebbotweon two nine will be played ou lours day, tbo 24th Inst , at 2 o'clock, at J wenty fifth and Jefierou streets. Fn e admission to the grounds, amp e accommodation for ladies. 1 he Guard avenue, Union, and Ridge avenue cars , run fcear tue grounds. Bask Ball. Tbe Keystone Club will open tbeir season to-morrow afternoon with a grand match ganre at their new field, at the parade gioun I, back oi Moyamensinv Prison The irround has been so arranged as to acoommodate a largo number oi persons. . - . A House Trans action. A man named 'William Hrunni r was arrested yesterday tor swind ling; another man iu a horse trade, lie sold a de crepld animal, representing him to be a sound borse. Alderman Allen committed him tor a further hearing. Tbe Terrific PENNSYLVANIAPISCOPAL CONVENTION. SECOND DAY'S PROCEEDINGS. AN IMPORTANT LETTER FROM BISHOP STEVENS. This da the Frotesfant Kpt'eopal Convention met at St Andrew's Cnureh, at 10 a sf , tor Dtvfcia set vices. Tlie exercises were ia accordance ltt the hroai ot the t'haro.i Tbe following e'ergymen offioiatod:-Rev. A. A. Marple, Rev. T. V Cmleu, Rev. A. rtadl-ign, Roy. . Y. Unci anan, R v Mr. Edwaids. I be tenth aelectinn nf I'mi I ma n Panlma Qrt 1 1T 140, and. 150 were a'torna ed Tno first lesson was Isaiah xzxv. Second lesson. Ads x. Tha seventy. niirb so ection ot Psa.ms aad 104 1 a hymn wera sung. ihe Convention sermon was then timnehnrl hv Rev. E f letter Irum the Inlli.ulnir tent; 1st John i, 29, " Heboid the Lamb et God, whioli taketh aVtav the sin of the wor d." Ibe discnurse was unre. sound, eatholla. fnnnl. catinvand lmiressine the ne.'esity ot pioentuii' inn vicarious atonement oi tne baviour uuponuied and undistorted. I he nto ot tlin Holy Communion wait then trtmin. istered. The fo'lowlnr la the list of ministerial Hl to the Convention: H. Aaams u.P. Hopkins . l. A. De W Howe, D. D., F. I) Itoiklns, I) (i. KedogK, jOeorge Klrke, lU W. Knauff, (leorgn A. I.ntlinfir, James Laverty, B. li. Leacock, J W. Leaiinnhatn, Kdinund Leal. Oenrie K Allen, 1 nomas A l en, f illlam J. Alston, rainuel I-.. Appleton, K. K. Arnold. Adoison b. Atkins, Hurley baidv, 1 ben barker, A. J. barrow, J hull on, J. W, bonham. lieore brinisnurst, Kdw arn Y. ltuelianan, t . si. Butler, I). D., Kobert U bane, Jobn A. li lit is, J. YV ( las ton, R. Bethill Claxton, D. D , F. J t lrro. I). I.. t'bsrles 1). Cooper, Jocei.h W Cooke. Joshua Cowo and. Jr , 'lliomasll C'ullen, Alexander U. (Juinmins, IliomssJ Davis, W Illlam V. Dlehl, M. ft J. Dll'on, B. Don, 1. D , benjamin J. Douglass, Jacob M. Douglass, J. II. Druuim. bet man L. Duhrlng, Oeorge A. Darhorow, Bauiuel Durburow, Samuel rdwsnis, F. Dillon i li.nn, Joseph J. i-isegood, H. C. Evans, George O. Held, H. 8. Oetz, L. W (iltmon, I. K Goodwin, D. D., W. F Gnes Klchard D Hall, Stitnuoi Hal. J Aica. bard ing, Chand er Hare. G. inilen Hare, D. D , ffi. Ilohsrt Hire, J. Andrews Harris, Samuel Haz eburst, Win. H Heaton. J. L Heysluger, Kdward N. Lialikuer. John P. Lundy, n. meuiDll. ( hsrles A. Mnlson. 'Augustus A. Manna, 'I homas W Martin, Robert ('. Mat aok, it.. W Maxev. ,1 ordon Maxwell. D. c mi lett, J. H. H. Millo t. J. Isador Mombert, J. B. Mooro, 11. W'star Morris, Henry J Morton D. D., Joi n K. Murphy, I.E. Murray. JoseDh Ii Newifn, l Louis i: Kewman. ;Kleliiird Newton, D. D., Wilbur r. taddock, M Pecke, Roberts, John Koilnsy, Joei Ruddurow, K. C Russell, .1 aul, 0 r. Bchtky, D. D., U Vf. 8-ilnu, A Shlras. B. Imes, Samuel E nnth, 1 W. W. Soear, D. D., W. R. Stockton, Jose n h a Mtune, n, West Thompson, 11 Tue Peter Van Pelt, D. D., Albra Waaielb. 1 Daniel Waobouni, ibenlamln Watson, D. D., iH t Wells, Thomas C. Varna' 1. AFTERVOON session. Ihe Convention was called to order shortly before lo'c ok for tbe rogu ar transaction of bus noss, tbe Iresidrnt. Kov Oe Wol e Howe presiding, ibe first business in oidur was tho reid nar of tho ii'shi p's uddrcss detsilinc at ,enth the vork per formed by him since tho mooting of the last Con vention. ibe address set forth the num' or of sermons p cached, aduresset made, Hot y Communions held, onnrmation" mado. deitieanons attended, and other labors performed bv tlie Bishoii since thu last Con vcutiou of tbe Diocese. Ibe summary is as follows: v CoDilrma ions, 21; number confirmed, 824; ser mons, U; addresses 45; oroi nations, 29; holy com munion 16; marriages. 2; burials, 2: omunr stones laid, 2; tusti utions, 1; miles travelled, 2228. 1 he following letter was then road from Bishop Stevens i Maplvs, Italy, April 28 I860. To the Convention of the Diocese of i tie I rot s ant i copl Church ot the Iiocese of Perns lvaua: -Helovei' Bretnren of the Clergy and Laity: It was indeed sad lor mo when, by tbe advice of eminent nhvsicians, I was forceu to lea' e m Diocese aud eek rest and health iu a lore gn land. The Prov douce of God in are markanle marner pointed out my path, and it be came ne to walk in it. Several t mes in tae past twelve months I have been prostrated by sickness, and in e tch instince the attuck was sadden and dangerou; the last, which came npon me at P ttsburg. whither i had gone to take part in tho consecration of Bishop Kerloot, was one which gave such alarm to pby? leans and friends, tbat there seemea but one course left me, viz , to cove at once from ail work ana go abroad tor the rest which it was almokt impossible to secure at home. It is now two months sincollelt America; 1 came with but light dolaj direct to Iialy, tor tbe bonetit oi its denial climate. By the bio sin? of God and the means usod my health is pradually imnroving, though I am still un able to go through much bodily fatigue or mental exertion. The cbauire, however, is so decided as to warrant the hope that in a tew months 1 shall be lull' restored, and ab.e, as 1 fondly trust, to resumo my duties in tbe I all It was a great relief to mv mind that yon so oidered tbat all my appointments tor the spring could be punctually kept by my Rieht Rov erend, very excellent brother, the Rishoo of Kansas wl,o?e nomination I am sure wii be aooontable and profitable to all. My prayers constantly follow him in bis arduous work. I am happy also in the assurance that such pro vision baa been made lor my other duties as will leave no break in the routine of Episcopal work, nor will any interest of the Diocese bo seriouly injured in my absence. I wish, dear brotbron, that I was able to write a long letter, and lav before you my labors and plans in reference to the present con dinon and u ture developement of this Diocese. This 1 am iorbtddn to do. as I am permitted to say only a few words, to tell yon how my heart earns towards my work in Pennsylvania, aud how long to be among you as a ioiiow-laborer in the field so ripe unto tbo harvest. I oan truly say, day and night you are in mv heart and on my toneus, before God in praye ,and, blessed be Gd I the foeble prayer of an enfeebled Bishop, in a foreign land, will not te unanswered by Him whose ear catches the lowest whispers of the struggling heart. Receive, then, dear brethren, the assurance of my s neere sllectiou tor each ot you, of my unlalteriug divotion to tbe interest ot tbe Diooese, ol my desire to use every power and faculty of my being ta the work of building up tbe Itedeemer's Kingdom The Icssoub of sickness, while they have brought me nearer to tbe boson of Jesus, have also made His service appear more noble than evor, and I turn with renewed aid r to spend and to be spent in tbe Muster's v ork Jtarnestly invoking upon each of you, and npon ibe vt bole diocese, tbe bbssing of God tlieFather, God the Son and Ood the Holv Uhost, and com miend ng vou and all your de iberatiens to the spirit of wisi'om, and ot ecu sol, and ot strength, I ro ma u, b loved brethren, your sincere riend and co worker, William Bacoh tivbns. liey Bishop Tall, of Kansas, tbon presouted his roport, supplementary to the labors ot Bishop Stevens, iu tbe Diocese of Peuuiyivania. Skmi-Centexnial Bible Sermox. Rev. Altkander inton, i. D ot New York, preached iast i veuing, at tie Cliuich of the Holy Irinty, one o' the s r es of sermons now bolus- delivered by various eminent o ergymn of the country in con beotion with the semi-ceutennial anniversary of tbe American Bible Society A previous sermon of this series was preached at Dr Boaranian' church, a lew week's since, by Key. Dr. Hode, of Prinoetou. Dr Vinton's subject was "Ibe Human in tbe Bible." This h defined to be, not any element of human preiudice, passion, weakness or error, in the production of tbe sacred Scriptures as a book, or in its x achinet -lor be old not believe there were auv such elemen's in tbe Bible, but tbe revelation of God iu t'ie Bible as an infinite perionttlity. Ths conception of Deity was the only oue adapted to the human Intel ect, heart and conscience; the only oue in wh ch the human soul could rest as its eternal reluro. Tms was the "Human In the Biole" which bis discourse was inten ied to elucidate The reve lend gentleman devo'opi d this topio In a lengtnv sermon of remarkable richness and bauty. holding urn jarre ana imeiuKunt auuience in entranced at t ntion to its olose. Bishop Vail, Rev. Dra. Newton, HiiIIa. anJ UT.I.nn 4wV .. . . 1. w, t ii kiwu .wm ysu i IU tuff ffPI yiuuo. Assault with Ihteit to Kill. Last evening- a man named Josepn Grimaler was arrested at I wenty-lourth and Hamilton streets, charged wnh an assault oa another man with intent to kill. During a wrangle he pulled a navy revolver from bis pocket and flred, but the ball missed Its mark, Aldutuiau l'ttuvoaft ogiumitWU hUu to f,nsyr, A Universal Dikktiobv. We have received a copy ot Bi fiw-ti's t oimi'liln'. d Bun ncss Diicctoiy lor tbe t III ol New Ymk, Hovon. and I'bilado I lna,'' whlob s as its name Imuor'.s a vast compendium of all th tus.s-s of the ttiree great cities ol America. vVo have had our local dirtcories. but tho Idea ot n o inllny the' trio of municipalities is a new one ihe work cinrtotiall to be valuab'o, a it enab es a business twn, sit. ting in bis oflice, to e? all the leading firmeof every branch of trado ra our sister cities It t uselul med ora for acquiring mercantile know edgir, and at a work ol reference is aimwt Invaiuahio It has a comp ote index and the vanons trades ami occupations are so arranged es to bs found without tlie least difficulty ihe c-Ti 'o in our city lor tho agency is Do. 429 Walnut street , FlUK 15 THR 'I WEMr-FOtTRTIl Ward. About balbpast 8 o'clock 'esterday mornng, a stable situated at Haddiuuton. in the Twi nty fourth ward, about lour miles from tno Market Street Bridge, was destroyed by fire. Adjoining the stab e was a low ol six tratne dwolling hones, occupied by a nnmoer of poor families, which weie greutly dnmarnd by the flnmes. some ot them bein completely destroyed. Ihe tenants of the dwellings lost nearly ail tbe'r furniture by the flames. Ihe property belonged to tbe estate of the late bamnel ISavudeis, and was valued at about 1500, on w loll there is a partial in mrarce. Tlie llro companies ot the Twi niy-fo irth V srd were earlv on the ground, bntnwlnjt-i the distnnce and scarcity of water, they eou'd rondor no material leivicOj Fbamed Enqkavings. B. Scott, Jr., will make a positive salo of fine fiam-d prool engra vines, careiUly heiectert from the proofs ot modern attist", thm evening at 8 o'clock Wo advise all who wish to adorn their dining-rooms and halls with flue pictures to attend the sale Thk GEtTTsnuno Monument. Of Gettysburg a shrine we'll make, w here stranireis stib shall pause, Ata ol thatstrile remembrance wa te The strito that saved our cause ! May the memorial ol their late, W ho for out firesides bled , Be wor'hy of our noble State, And wot thy of the dead If bv this mom ment we try their merits to reca l. It should be built as vrmd aad high As lar-famcd Tower Hall. V.'n HAVK All-wool fancy Catstmere Pints, at low at. ... .84 00 " " " V'Sts " ... 2 60 " Black " Pants .... 6 00 " " Cloth Vests ' .... 4 00 . " fancy Catsimere Suits, to match 14 00 " Black Suits 20 00 Advancing from these ra'ts tee have gooils of all grades, up to the reryfin-t fabrics, at prices reduced in Jirojtor tion Men's, Youths', and Boys'. 1'Hoc- SAKDB HAVB FOUND WITHIN THK PAST !W WBKKS THAT WE ARB ACTUALLY SKLL1NO GOOD, SKUVICS ABLB GOODS AT TUB PRICES NAMED. TO CLOTBINO DKALKRB. Our purchases lor thl season having; been delayed, waiting the expected decline iu goods, we have now on hand the largest and best as sorted stock ot Clothinp in Philadelphia, pur chased for cash exclusively, at (he very loweat rate of the season, which enab'es us to realizo a fair profit and sell at prices hvs thau tne co-t of same roods in most other establishments. We can supply clothiers doing a Ono city trade with goods adapted to their ales, at ) ncos so much lower than the ooot of thoir present stocks, that, by making an average of the w hole, thev will'te enabled to dispose of their poods at prices covering the avera"e cost, and even pajiug a profit. Bxnkktt & -'o., Tower Hall, ro 618 Market Street. fccnrniflE. A lady lately, with bright oy?s, Gave to ber husband treat surprise, laying, "Kieht dollars in my band Gain yon two thousand to command " He paid eicht dollais, with a smile. And said no'd do that a I the wbue; But his deliirht was snmewbat less When shown a package per Express; For in this t auk see there was found A check dec ared at once nnsmmd, i'or winch expense had boon dolVav'd, And thus eight dollars had been paid. Now had this lady not been quite So bad v cheated bv mean wight, Bufcwitb eight dollar , and somo more, l'urcoas'd a suit at Pekrt's . ore Bought a noat outflt, extra fine, At J umber MX Hundred and Nine Doubtless it had boon better tar For husband, lady, aud tbe ' star " We have ell-woo' Fancv Cassimero Vests. Ann quality, 2 and upwards; a l-wool Fancv Cassimero Pants at 95 and upwards. 'oats at ail nric-s. mak ing a spienoia a -sort men t of Pne Fashionable clothing, gotten up in tbo beBt manner, aud soiling at extremely low prices. Our stock of foods for ordered work is being con stantly renewed, and all woik warranted to give tatis action. Pkbry & Co, Star CLOTaiiso Emporium, No. 609 Cbesnot street. :Sign ot tbe Star N. B Dealers in flno Clothing wi I find It to thoir advantago to eximine our -took, as we can flii their orders on very liberal terms. "Santa Ask a is at fclizabetbport, N J , with his Dune." it may be as wen to iniorm the curious in such mattors that the Miit referred to ia smaller in all respects to those oiler d tor sale by Charles o i uses a vo., uio eminent ciotmers unoer tne con tinontai. bpnng Suits ot first-class workmanship. Spring Kuits of first-class materials. Spring Huits at greatly reduoed prioos. Spring Suits at Stokes & Co.'s, under the Conti Dental. t Fob Breakfast. pob dinner, FOB BUPPEit. HEW BERMUDA POTATOES. HEW BERMUDA ONIONS. NEW BERMUDA TOMATOES. Tour Grocer or Market man can get supplied at Bermuda Produce Company, No. 120 West streot, New York. The OnsioN op an Officer in the Abmy.- "At inspection I noticed tbat a large proportion of tbe men's knapsacks contained a box of Troohes, being gem rally used by them to' colds, etc." ".Broten's Bronchial Troches" should be nsed npon the first appearance of a cold or cough, whioh by neglect may terminate in some inourable lung disease. He'mbtbekt's Haib Coloring This inimitable article lor the bair restore, grey hair to its original color, by gradual absorption, in a most r markable manner, while It promotes its health and vigor It is for this reason rapidly takinc the o aoe or ad deleteilous dyes. It is sold iu two sizos, titty cents and 81, by all oea'ers. New Dress Making Establishment Ladles cen have their Dresses. Suits, Coats, and Baq iioes handsomely made, at the sunrtent notice in twelve hours Ii neceacary at the Dressmaking ltlrtablish mentof J W. Prootor ft Co., , No. 020 Cuesnut streot. Needles C. C. t. Compound Camphor Troche." Potent pocket reined , subdues oramp. controls diarrhwa, choleraic evidenoe, etc Only maker, C. H. Neodies Twel th and ltace, Philadel phia, fifty cents per tox Great Collection of Framed Engravings, from the liri'ish Fine Art 'nbiisluna Company, to be sold at Scot 's Art Galierv, Wednesday and hnrsday evenings, May 23 and 24, now on exhihi tion. bale poiitwe. Fine Oil Paintings A Rare Chance. Oue of our most eminent artists, ootng to Europe oilers ins pictures for saie at B. F. Iteimer's Gallery. No. 624 Arch street; " Loose Covebb, or Fornlmre Mips, Carriage or Furniture Slips, made to order at Patten's, No. 1408 Cheenut street Female Trusses, Braces, fluworlors, Elastio Belts, and Stockings, liebt and elesant In finish, adjusted by a lad, at Needles', Iwellth street, first door below itace. , Window Shades, fi at Patten's, No 1108 Che" nut street. Sever Wear a Cough, or irritation on tbe limps, when yon can buy Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, the world's great remedy that cuios it. j Furniture Upholstered, Freed from Moths, Var. nished and Polished, at Patten's, No 1408 Chesnut street. . Gbover & Baker's Highest Premium Elastio Stitch and Lock-Su ch Sewing Maohiuos. No. 7W Cbosnut street. Spring Mattresses made to order at Patten's, Ko. im Cbvsuut street. fTrn Shades lho c'ienpo-t Sbados for storj windows M l aticn's. f.o. 1108 Chosnnt street, "lutrcnf iv inckini lor ste un enritins for term see ;23cliesnntn., phila., and lOdey st., new yor.' Lack CuKTAre itohi snotion. Great bargains a 1 at 'en 's, So. H0S t'hesntit street. ft-ao C'oupof''. Iron May Itt W ATi:P BY DREXEL ft CO.. NO ft bOUTH 1BIRD .SrttltST. Compousd Intkukpt Notes 7 8 10 and 6 20. wanu?d. IH llareu ft Brother, No 40 1. Talrd St. J'OPCLAH Tailoriro. Ready-made CL0Tm, AND ftN Custom Work. , Wanamabter ft Broww, Oak Hall-. oullloast corner Sith and Mamket Sreet. MAltltlKD. FKST-l'I.KAhllVuiM , ... ... I ......... t. I j u ,l,,s "i " I iPf' 'yAldi',n,n unison, EDWAHD GUl'A- lal A. J. Plcasoiitoa, II I N ES FIN N E X On the 20th In t.. at Nlonces ter cby bv Kov Ml ton Kolyea Mr JiHN (V I HINEd toMIss SARAH FINNEY, both, ot Uloucotl DIKD. GIBBSON. On the 21st ins'ant, PATIENCE GIBHSON, wile ol the late Heurj A. Uibbsou, aod D8 years. ' I be relatives and friends of the family are t (wpeot lully invited to att. nd her fuueral, from her lat res deuce, No. 606 Barton street, on Thursday after noon, the 24th instant. 1 KEITH On Sunday, the 20th Instant, WASH INGIUN KEITH, in theCOtu year ot hi azo His male mends and those of tho family are- re spectiullv inv.ted to attend the funeral, on Thur-day mornlmr next at 10 o'clock, trom his late residence. N o. 1414 f prirce stree t. MAHVABB" H8,,,,d,7 th 201,1 ia8,ant' MU" ihe relatives and Iriends of tho family are respect ful 'y invited to attend tho funeral, trom her late T S dence. in Rrldirofiort . ftlontffiimnr nnnnlv nti Thursday morninir, the 24th instant, at 10 o'clock, nuuuui lurtuer uouco. nf FIRST TROOPpTiILADErPniA WIT CAVALRY. The troop will assembe at the Art MOBV on Thursday. May 24, at 10 o'olock A. M in citizens' dress, to attend the tnneral of WASU1NG TON KI.ll H, Vm, Non-active members are requested to attend at the same time. By oiuer of tbe Captain. E. L. KEAKIRT, Orderly Sergoant. rnilE CO(l WHEEL CLOTIIES-WRINGKtt J will last longer iwe have tested this tact) and w linn equal to any other ihat we have seen. For sale, with those not thus geared, by TRUMAN A 8IIAW. No. 836(ElgntThlrty-nve) MARKM' 8t b!ow Ninth. rpilE PATENT EXPANSION' ('IIIMNEY -I Cleaner can be altered In shape to suit tlx dlitorent style oi Lamp Cliluinevs, und thus made to rutr every part of It clean. Korsale by TitCJIAN 8IIAW, ho. 83.1 (Eight Thlrcy-flve) MAKKETwt . bolow Ninth. rPllE INDESTRUCTIBLK IKON HoLDKR -I has flexible tnetsl lo ribs flnnlv riveted on I's under side, which prevents It iroui beln hurnel by every hot smoothing oi tailors' Iron. It Is thoreiore, very dura ble, and Is neat y made in o;bi)r resiiocts. For saleby . a TRIIAIAN k HIAW8. Ko. BSIWEIght Thirty five) MA KKKT Ht . below Ninth. G ENUINE MACKLNaW SUNDOWNS FOR LADIKS, IN GREAT VABIETY, TO BE TIAD OF TH EO. U. McCALLl. At bis Old Established Hat and Cap ! mportum, S 14 1m Ho. 801 CUUmNUI htreeL JORDAN'S TONIC JORDAN'S TONIC LR. ALB. JOKOAN'S TOMC ALE. JORDAN 8 TONIC ALR. It Is recommended ey physicians oi this and other places, as a superior ii-nir, and requites but a trial to convince tbe moet skeptical ui its ureat me-lt. lo be bad, w h desalt and retail, ot P. I. JORDAN, No. 220 1'KAK Htreef Champaane Cider, by the dosen. bottled, or bv the barrel. , 2 Ui fjT IKJEAS U R Y D EPARTMEN t . t MATW 186S. Police Is hereby given to holders of Cortlduates of In debtedness, issued under acts of Congress approved March 1 and 11, 1B62 tbat the Secretary oi the Treasury, In accordance wlih said acts, and the tonor ot said ( er tlflcates, Is prepared to redeem, betoro maturity, all Cer tificates of Indebtedness falling ous In Jane, July, op Augmt, lh66. with accrued Interest t hereon. Ii presented for tedemptlon on orbeiora May 31, and tbat hereaitor such t'ertibcatea will ceae to bear interest, and will be paid on presentation at this Department, with Interest only to the said 31st inst, (H'gncd) huoh Mcculloch 8 23 6t Secretary ot the Trees ur y. LUMBER. "IQnft - BUILD I NO! BUILDING! lOUU. LUMBER! LUMBER I LUMBER! ST-P BOAK.IS. K1IL PLANK WHITK. PINK L ORINO YKI.LOW PINE V COO III SO. SPRUCE PINK SXO iRINii. A8d AND WALNUr FLOOUiNU. PLA8fT-:RI SQ UTII, PLA8TERINO HTlf. 1 86( SSfk, IIEML0CK' AND OAK. PINE, UEMIOOK. ANT OAK TIMBER, CUT r) A BfLU J CUT TO A BILL. AT 8UOKT Of ICE. 180(1 rF.n4T? iTT. PTVIS cirrvnr CV3 . CKDAR AND PINE 8IIINOLES Ko 1 LONG CEDAR SH1(H.KS No. 1 HHOKT ''EOAIt SHINGLES. WHITr; PIKE "HIVGLES. CYPRESS 8HINOLK8. FINE ASSORT MKN I' FOR 8ALB LOW. i QfC LUMBER FOR UNDERTAKERS! I lOUU. LUMBER FOU US1)ERTKERS11 RED CKHAR. WALNUT, AND PINE. BED CEDAR WALNUT, AND PIN. 1 Qfif? ALBANY LUMBER OP ALL KINDS. louu. albany lumber of all kindh. Reasoned walnut, seasoned walnut dry poplar cherry. and ass. oak plk. a s o bd8. mahogany, rosewood and walnut veneers. 1 Qftf CIOAR-BOX MANUFACTURERS. i-OUl). CIGAR-BOX MANUFACTURERS SPANISH CEDAR BOX BOARD i. AT REDUCED PRICES, "I SPRUCE JOIST ! SPRUCE JOI3TI J.OUU. SPRUCE JOITI SPRUCE JOIST 1 FROM 14 TO 3-1 FEET LONG. FROM 14 TO 81 FEET LONG. SI'RUCK SILLS HEMLOCK PLANK AND JOIST. OAK SILLS. MAULE BIlOTH'R k CO . ' m?6mrp No. 2SU0 SOUTH lTttEET. SEVENTEENTH AND SPRING GARDEN STliE K T S. A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF BUILDING LUMBER, FOR SALE LOW, BY II. WILLIAMS, Seventeenth and Spring Garden SH. 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