OCR Interpretation


The evening telegraph. [volume] (Philadelphia [Pa.]) 1864-1918, June 19, 1866, FOURTH EDITION, Image 7

Image and text provided by Penn State University Libraries; University Park, PA

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn83025925/1866-06-19/ed-1/seq-7/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for 7

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, JUNE 19, 18G6.
Oh! Let Me He Your Hof Again.
IThe following lines were suggested, on hearing of
the Hidden death of a young man of great worth
and refinement, and bolored by all who knew him,
rho, on the night of hii death, laid hid head on till
mother's lap and said: "Let me be your koy again,
mother; let me be y oar little boy again kiss m,
dear mother." Continuing this strain of pure
emotional sentiment for a few minutes, he suddenly
rose, threw back his head, and died on the Instant.
Roll back, ye years of youth's bright oya
Roll back, proud oi.inhood'g riper years;
Roll back, e'en lot tu.y childish rear?,
Come to me with these pleasant toys;
W hich wiled my happy hours awav,
"When dawned my early childhood's clay.
Steal o'er me once again, those dreams,
Of childhood's pure and holy love,
Which lighted from the realms above;
My pnth shown clear as limpid streams,
Which, apnrklinir in the noon-tide sun,
My lite reflected as they run.
Kisa me, my Mother dear, once more,
Oh ! let me be your boy again
st me dui near mat bott, sweet strain,
And soothe my spirit an of yore;
Now fold mo in your loved embrace
From my sad soul each shadow chase.
Am I, dear Mother, loved by thee
As well, as when in childhood's time
My love was purely, fondly thine
I knelt in prayer beside thy knee?
And asked tor mercy, grace, and light,
To guide my youthful steps aright.
lie roH', and stretched his hands towards
heaven
With upturned face: he gasped for breath,
W'hiiu on his brow the seal 01 deata
Was fixed: the vital cord was riven;
And his pure spirit ros above.
To tli' Angel world ol licht and love.
Thus do we sec, through all life's way,
That mystic cor i, a mother's love,
Unchanging as the powers above,
Which points the soul to endless dav.
That holy love, which, felt from birth,
Still lives, when etrth returns to earth.
The New York Musicians' Strike-Mixed.
Up Condition of Affairs.
from the New York Timet of yesterday.
The "Musical Mutual Protective Union" does
not seem to be a probperous orgHuization. Its
best members are dropping 1'rotu it with a steadi
ness which In the end will leave nothing but the
scum. Recently the Union has endeavored to
conciliate the theatrical manaeers?. It requested
that a committee might be appointed to aprou
upon terms for the comine season. In a com
mendable spirit of conciliation three represen
tative managers met and consulted with three
members ol the M. M. P. V.
ItwaslbuDd impossible, however, to submit
to the claim asserted by the Union, numely,
that the latter should suggest the list from
which the various theatres (should select their
.mists. In other words, that none but members
ol the Union should be permitted to plav. Mr.
Whealley, the President of the Managers' Asso
ciation, represented this difficulty to the Presi
dent ol the M. M. P. IL, and the following liunl
letters were theu exchanged. Mr. Wtieatley's
letter strikes us as being rather hetty:
No. 84 Ludlow Street, New York, May 21.
W. Wheatley, Esq.. President Managers' Asso
ciation. Dear Sir: i'ours of the 19th. sicnil'v-
ing the determination of the Managers' Associa
tion, with regard lo the Association of which I
Lave the honor to be President, is at hand. I
rcuret very deeply that our respective com
mittees could not accomplish the ohject for
thich they met. And that they could not, in
my opinion, is owing to the misconstruction,
your Association put6 upon a certain article in
our constitution. That article has existed since
the !or tuauon ot our society, and was never in
tended as a menace to any person or persons
who employ musicians, but as an obligation
upon ourselves to prevent the system of under
mining which prevailed so extensively in our
piolessiou when the society first came into ex
istence, a system which is cunicd out even now
hv a very numerous class, who, having a me-
cliiinicul business during the day, end it a very
protitHblc source ol amusement to have a con
vemeut place of resort during the evening, well
ifitisued to keep the oronestrul seats warm at
:iny price chance may bestow.
It is such as these who have brought our
hrnneh of art esteemed bv the nncients as the
first down to what it is, almost a reproach. We
have had tome such among us, and may have
still, but they are not, and never have been,
welcome members. Our Society is not for the
protection of these, but for those whose whole
lue is devoted to the art 1 so humbly represent
on this occasion.
Our meiubeis ennnot earn a liviug out of phil
liarmoiiic concerts, nor by six mouths' engage--nient
at the opera, nor yet by a nine months'
engaguiiieut in a theatre, at the rates now
given, it is tnereiore necessary tuai we iook
out lor such gooci-paving ioos as may cnauce to
ome alonir during the year, to enable us to see
the end saiely. It is for the latter kind of busi
ness that our article of agreement binds us not
to rilav with non-members. r-or tuey are the
rats who have gnawed almost the lives out ot us
by takmg our Duemess secona-nana, ana at
lower rates than first charged by us.
1 admit at Hie same time it covers the per
formers in theatres, not as a menace, however,
but as a necessity, consequent upon the vario us
interests we are brought to protect.
With this explanation,! trust your Association
will better understand why we consider it abso
lutely ueeessarv to retain the belore-mentioued
clause. What we have asked ol the Managers
is, that we agree upon a minimum price lor the
9eason that win oe sausiaciory to ootu panics.
for which we will give a guarantee that our
members, it engaged, shall luini their engage
ments to the end ot the yetu. We do not, and
have not attempted to exact a promise that
you will engage our members in preference
to all others, out leave io uueu io you 10 u image
or not as vou choose. Leaving other matters
to take care ol themselves, and still hoping that
i better understanding may exist neuveeu our
respective association-, I have the honor to sub
icribe myseli, very truly, yours,
D. L. Downing,
President Musical Mutual Protective Union.
Vimn'B (2 a rden. New York. June 7, 1806. D.
L. Downing. E6u., President Musical Mutual
trotective 'Union. Dear Sir: I have received
vour favor of Mav 21. There can be no possible
n.iarniisfmction ot the article to which the
MauavcrV Association objects, however exalted
may have been the motives of your society in
iron. ;ni it. It distinctly compels every musician
it your Union not to perioral imuer any mauer
,r with any artist who doe9 not derive a prlvi-
cre ni emnlovnicut from you, and would have
he effect at this moment of obliging any
nanairer who ensaged ihe services of any of ,
our body to part wita his present leader and
o-chestra, an alternative which the Managers'
Vssociation respectfully declines.
It also respectliillv declines to arbitrarily die
ate the maximum or minimum amount which
inv aitist is to receive for his services.
tw iIia rest, without venturing to question
V.he correctness of the very unflattering estimate.
llicll VOU, With BUCU uueijuiuieu uuiiuiiiut---j
.i .,ri..i,r havfi expressed of the character of
many membeisof the Musical Union.of which you
Lre the President, and of the motives which in
.luencethem in the practice ot their art-wh,ch I
nay observe, more rnan usum-
,.. . .i,i..i, r,,i,iic have taken ot many ot
the recent proceedings of your Association the
,nani.L'crs cannot but ieel, that had the fact
occurred to your recollection intii iuu
leading members ot your uuu, u -sak1n
when employed in the orchestra,
often tor many mums ' l"'" "X
duties they had undertaken to discharge, and
committing them to substitutes from the very
class now so severely reprobated, encouraged,
and sanctioned for their own advantaae all
those evils to which you attribute the deteriora
tion of your profession, you would have spoken
of brother ariists with soinewUut more forbear
ance and moderation,
i.. ..muit-.o our correspondence, which, as a
jSiutter of justice, to both parties, the Managers'
Association deem it but proper to publish, per
mit mo to renew on my part, and that ot the
Association of which I am President, the ex
pression ot good feeling, with which I rem id a
yours, very truly, W. Whbatlet,
President Managers' Association.
Gossip of the War In Europe.
Dr. Nelaton, the physician who extracted the
ball from Garibaldi's toot, has declared that he
has great doubts of Garibaldi's fitness for going
through a campaign, or indeed undergoing any
great latigue.
The sons of Don Juan de Bourbon have taken
service in the Austrian army as captains of artil
lery, and several old t'arlist emigrants have left
Paris to enlist under Francis Joseph.
A letter irom Gleiwitz (Prussia) relates this
incident: "The men of the land wehr were on
the point of starting; the train waa ready, but
the wives of the soldiers opposed its departure,
throwing themselves in their despiir on the
rails In lront of the locomotiye. Recourse to
violence could not be had. What was to be
done? The station mnster proposed to the
women to accompany their husbands, but in
separate carringes. The poor creatures con
sented; but w hen the train started, the carriages
with the women did i.ot move. The station
master had had them detached. lie took care
to get away before the discovery was made."
The Austrian authorities at Cracow have re
ceived Instructions from Vieuna to prepare
valuations of upwards ot two hundred houses In
the town, which it ii proposed to pull down in
case Cracow should be besieged by the enemy.
A Florence letter to the Chicago Tnbutve con
tains the lollowing:
"There arc many moving incidents in the
volunteering. Yesterday a wealthy citix.cn
stood looking on at the departure of several
hundred young men irom the station at Milan.
Just as the train whistle began to screech out
its warning that the hour of departure had
come, a Itutiiliar voice cried out from a thtrd
cla s car, 'Good-by. papa.' He looked up, and
there was his oldest son, in the full glory of the
red blouse, going oil' to the war. The lather was
dashed for a second, but there was no time to
lose. He rushed up to the car, kissed the boy,
nud handed him his purse, with only one re
jiroof: 'Had you told me, Johnny, there would
have been more money tu the purse.'"
LUMBER.
1SC0.
BUILDING! BU I L D I N ; !
Ll'MBlKI LUMBER I LUM11KKI
8TkP UDAKiM.
KAIL BLANK..
WHITE FINK tLwOniS'J.
YKI L W PINK F LOOKING.
Sl'RI CK PINK FLO ) HI NO.
AStl ANO WALNUT i-'LOOKlN'li
PLAN ri.KI NO LA I 11.
TL-AHTKKINU LATH.
ISM:
- PINE, HEMLOCK, AND OAK.
1 1MHKK,
, HEMLOCK. ANT) OAK TIMBER,
( I T IO A HILL,
CUT TO A BILL,
AT hUOKT AOT1CJE.
J'l.NK
1806:
CEDAR AND PIXE SHINGLES.
CFDAR AMI Pl.NE PINNULES.
0. 1 UUNU ttllAU .SHIMiLEH.
No. 1 SHOUT KI)AK NHINOLES.
WIUTfc PINK M1INOLKS.
CYCHKSS SHI.NOLl'.S.
FIXE ASSORTMENT FOli SALB LOW
i QP.fi LUMBER FOR UNDERTAKERS! 1
XOU"). Ll'JIKKH FOK TMlEllT AK EKS 1 1
lit I) I'l.HAK. W ALNUT, AND PINE.
KE1) CEDAK WALNUT, AND PINE.
-f Q(( ALBANY LUMBER OF ALL KINDS
JLOUU. ALWANY LUMBER OF ALL KINDS
Mi.ltUM'.ll W A LIS I'T.
BE A HON I 1) WALNUT
DRY roPLAB CUEKHY. AND ASH.
OAK l'LK. AND BD.S.
AIAtlOUANY.
ROSEWOOD AND WALNUT VENEERS.
i QCf CIGAR-BOX MANUFACTURERS.
JLOUl). CK1AR-HOX MANUFACTURER i.
SPANISH CEDAK BOX HOARD3.
AT REDUCED PRICES.
1SGG;
-SPBUCE JOIST 1 SPRUCE JOIST!
SPl.VCK JOlsTI SPRUCE JOIOTl
1 KOJM 14 'ID MM LU.Mi.
FROM 14 TO 32 FEET LONO.
SPRUC E SILLS.
HEMLOCK PLANK AND JOIST.
OAK SILLS.
MATTT.K. KUOTHFTt . CO. .
5 T trnri)
No. 2!HM) SOLTIl bTKEET.
II. WILLIAMS,
Seventeenth and Spring Garden Sts.
OFFE 18
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
SEASONED FATTERN
IG 21 lmrp
I I TV 1 : LUMBER.
JJ N I T K 1 B T A T K S
BUILD Klt'S MILL,
Nos. 24. 26, and 28 S. FIFTEENTH St.,
IIULADKI.l'IlIA.
ESLEli & BHOTIIEIi,
WOOD MOULDINGS, T3RACKETS, STAIR BALUS
TERS, NEWEL POSTS, GENERAL TURNING
SCROLL WORK, ETC.
SHELVING PLANED TO ORDER.
Tlie largest anBortiuent ot Wood Mouldings lo this city
constantly on iittiia. 4 17 jiu
TW. SMALTZ'B LUMBER YARD. N
. corner of FIFTEENTH und BT1LES tjtreet
K.
OFFERS FOR bALE,
CHEAP FOR CASH
Panel 1st com , 2d com ,3d com., 4 4, 5-4, b, 8 4, White
pine, sensoueii.
Flift und second tjnnllty Yellow (4 4, 5-4) and hit
Pine (4.4) Flooring Boards
First and second niitt'ity one and two sides Fence
i! oar ds.
Shelving Ilor(" Pass, Ash. Planks and Loards, White
Pine sills, all sizes Step Hoards, 4-4, 0-4.
Hemlock Joist and Scant. lug. all sl.es,
Piltne lot Spruce Sil s and scantling.
Plastering Lath (English ana Caluis) Pickets
Shingles, t In snut Posts, etc.
Mahogany, Walnut plunk and Boards.
All kinds of Pudding I. umber cut and furnished at tho
shortest notice, at the low est price. to 9 tin
jyjlLLWAllI. & WINKUUBNEll.
HM. M1LLWARD, T. B. WlEBRENER.
MACHINERY AKD MAKUFACTURERS'
SUPPLIES,
No. 118 MARKET Street,
J'HILADEXPUIA, PA.
AGENTS FOB TDK BALE 0
Cotton and Woollen Machinery,
Dealers In Manufacturers' Supplies of every do.
scriptiou.
Cak Tanned Leather Beltine:,
AND MACHINE CARD CLOTHING!
Ol I in Quality and manufacture. 1 25 3uiro
MEDICAL.
yox roruLi.
WIUGIIT'S TAR SYltUP.
riilNCIPAL DEPOT,
No. 771 S-icmth T11IKD Street
Pricp, fl-CO per riottle;$5-C0 for balf-a-dozen.
Tlie undcrsltnrd cltlzrns tnk pleiumrp In chwrtullj
rn'onimtiKlliig tiic uk of Wrlnht'i Tar Srrup for
eouil. Collin, coninmptlon. wbooplnK-conKh, npottd
lever. Hvpr complaint, pains In the brent, iirnnchlils,
inflamniatlou, and restrlctlun 01 air rexse s In the lungs,
tc. 1 lie remedy should be In every tnmlly 1
Charles C. W 1 son. 'omv's Prrn otlli e.
I'hariea H . (Iraflen, Aunrfny Mercury olllco.
lames Nolon, A qu rrr ofllco.
A I Ham F. Corblt, Associaiel Presa.
William II. Carpenter. Eire. Alarm nd Police T
graph, Ellth and 1 besnm streets.
A Randolph, Front and 1 onibard street.
James W. Perrine No. 1129 Charles street.
II A. Davis No. Ki Uask.Pl street.
John W omlslde. No 13:il Kranklln street.
Robert Tbonips.ro. No. I WIS W alter street,
R. G. Marcn, No. K2ti Fianklln street.
J Geblofl. No J31 S. second street.
John Hermour, No. oil H. Kront street.
t.. W. Howard, No. 1 Dock street
II. C. l art ett No. 827 8. second street
L. Kates No. Arch street
Albert Martin. No. 417 H. Hecond street.
Mary Caldwell. No 182 8ansomstreot.
W. I Uomas. t,o. M N. Fourth street
T. M. lartliv, No. M E tretli's alley.
George Wl son. No. J.T6 Race streeL
W. F. Rrooks. No. (Jit North Second street
M. J. liasHett. No. 119 Csnal street.
H. heymour Rose, Ensilelon.
C'hnr rs Rnp-rs, No. Wl South street
R. T. Ws hie-on, second and Ouarrr streets
y . K. Thomas. No. Lit) South Mt street
Wl'lliim liarns. No 615 South Kront siroet
S. S. Sanionl, Opera Manager.
,lohn Muglnnis. rear of No. 1 :4 North Second street
Mrs. 8. K. C lioaie, Newark, Del.
itr H'lllmm 71. Wrvhi. ,
Hm: Vte take pleasure In recommend'n? your TAk
SI RI P iof which we have already ao.d connlderab.e
qiiailitiesi as a most cxceilcru and cftuaclous remedy
lor the complaints set lortli In vour printed Dill alrea 'y
mi'i mined lo the public. An a rratltvlng act to siitl.-rlnn
hint anlty ve will cheer'u lv recommend sour pretmra
tlon to a 1 atltlcn d with diseases which It is designed to
lours, etc.. pTLKf, A poN. Drifts.
N, E. corner Tine and Blxth direct.
lor "Vinson, holi.oway cowden's,
DYOTT A CO M.
A nd all principal lrut gists ana Dealers.
The sni scrlher won'd hep leave ruriher to sav thai
he is prepsrea to fill orders ai d forward tbe Syrup t
anv part 01 the country. Persons desiring othor Inior
mat 1 n bv nmll will im-lose a postage siamp and answen
will bereiunx d as soon as the exigencies ot busiuost
win admit Address WIIXIAM n. WKIf3IrT
320 Ko 771H.TIH1.D Mrcet. Phadclphia, Pa.
G
Ij A D X E W S
FOR THE UNFORTUNATE.
BELL'S SPECIFIC REMEDIES
Are warranted In all enses, for the Ppekbt and Perma
mm CLhK id' all diseiices url.-dng from excesses or
YOUTHFUL I.ND1-CREI10N.
Emissions, Genital, Physical and Nervous Debility, Im
potence, etc etc
They can ne used without detection, and never tall to
tfiect a Cure, If used according to Instructions.
IIKLL."S SPKCiriC PILLS,
Price dr. Dollar per Ilox, or six Hoxch for Five Dol
lars; aiso. Lame uo.v-s. ceniuining t our suian,
Price Three Dollars
From four to six boxes are generally roquircd to euro
ordinurv cases of Seminal Weakness, though benefit Is
derived irom using a single box
In ( hronic I uses, unci particularly wnen impotence
or Gei ltal Dcbl Ity with, nervous pro.-itr4tion has
iUlccted the system,
HELL'S TOXIC PILLS
Arc recommended as the most Efficacious, Rejuvenating,
and invigorating uemooy 111 tne wor u.
A Package Pilce Five Dollare, wl 1 lost a month, and
Is gtnerui.y sufllcieut.
In extreme cases of Debility and Impotenco,
Hfc.LL'8 EXTERN A L REMEDY,
Price Two Dollars, Biiflioient for a month, can be used
to (jood advantaite.
It gives sttengtu to the Organs and, with the Pills,
will restore tin in to their norma, condition.
A Pamphlet 01 luo pages, on .he f.K.uiu- ut xuu la,
designed as a Lecture and Cau Ion to Young Men, sent
lree, len Cents reijuhed to pay postage
11 you cannot purchnse Hell's Specific Rkmrdies
of vour Diuggist, tako no other, but send the money
direct to
UK. JAMES BRYAN, Consulting rliysician,
No KM BROADWAY. New York.
And yon will receive thein by return of mull post paid,
and uce irom observation. ti 11 S
U1L HYLTON'S
Constitutional Renovator
FOn THE RAPID CURE OF
Incipient C'onsnmptlou, and all DlsenNa
FrtaInlUK to Conttnuiptlon,
sren as
Coughs, Colds, Honrscness, Croup. Bronchitis, and all
Discuses of the LuUfcS and inspiratory Ortiuus,
Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Loss of Ap
petite. Nervous Debility. Willi
grent Lassltudeot theMus
eular Svsiem. etc.
The success of this medicine In the cure of disease
lias withBtooQ many critical tests In this country and
elsewhere; Its i-alutary effects on disease are widely
disseminated, and require uoefiort to party ihe preju
dices 01 the skeptic.
' Iik. Hyi.tok :-1 take tnis opportunity to lnlorm you
that 1 con-lder you the greatest doctor on diBoa-i s ot
tl o lungs in the counuy. 1 had a sultting of blood,
with large lumps ot green matter; a violent pain in uiy
breast and shoulders, a siraiiilng cough ; and sevoral ot
the ui st eminent physicians gave me up as a hopeless
ase ol consumption. I tried all the remedies ot the
dav and gamed 110 reHoi but grew worse; when a friend
advised aie to tiy your Renovator, satlsiyltm me tnut
you were a regular graduate ol the University of Penn
sylvania and not a sell-Ht led doctor. I ued but nine
bottles ol vour Renovator, and to the surprise of my
iri ends . I urn now a well man, and able to attend dally
lit 11. v linUnfisil.
Any one needing further particulars of my case
can call on me ana be sn'isiied.
"Nil HOtiAS BILGER,
' No. 211 Races treot "
Dr. Ilvlton is a regit ar graduate 01 tha
University 01 Pennsylvania. (His dip'oma
can be seen at his ofllco.) Examines Lungs;
without charge. Oillce, No. 227 Nortn bl.Vlil
Street. 6 24 thsm.'in
D1
R.LF.SSIil'S VEUKTABLE PILLS CURR
Dvspepsla. Plarrhcea. Rheumatism. Hick Head-
ai-lie, unu an ueraiigemeuis 01 tne i.iver jih-v purnv
the blood and make the skin soft and lair. For sale by
Dr. l.KSKEY. No 3U3N. NINTH street, Philadelphia,
toil bv lmiegista generalh .
t AWPhN, N. J ,bptember2. 1865 Dr. L-ssey Dear
Kir: 1 1 n Ives me great pleasure to add mv testimony In
lavor ot your "Vegetubie uter riiis 1 nan been
filleted with deranged 1 ondition of tlie Liver for ten
vi urs and. during llmt time, suffer-d intensely irnm
acrid uiscbaiges irom stomach and bowels, seriously
piostiating my phiskal and mental energies lor weeks
at a time, so much so tbii' uivll ewas despalted ot.
but, th ough a k ind Providence, I was Introduced to
ou, and by tho uot vour Pills I have been wonder-
luliv restored, not having had au attack 01 my old com
nl ail t or lost a single salioath service. '1 hey act lik.i 1
charm 11 nd it not been for them, 1 have no doubt I
shou d ba e been laid aside irom tlie mini'try
1 must and a tew lines in tavor of your 'Life Pre
server.' or Vtgeta'ie Liniment. I have used It I'm
Erysipelas Scalds and Hums and Inilainmatioiist il
nroduces remarkable result. I was cured 01 a ven
bad sore by lis uso Many el my neighbors are using It
audit (tlves unlven-ni satisfaction- it snould beln evcrj
house. lours,
RKV. J P. 8TOPKTONT,
4 2rtaths2m TIIIHI) Hueet. Camden, N. J.
CAMPHOR TR0CHE8,
a it. o Xj s
DUirrhooa, Uysenwry, sod Cholera Morbus,
80W Fsotor, 0. H. Neudles, Drngglst, ,
-t9 UtbKaoHU.lrBva.
mailed on
TTIE SHELL'S MAGIC
OIL
CURES TETTF.lt.
F.KTPIPEI'AS, ITCH, SCALD HEAD, AND ALL
PKIN DISEASES.
WAltKANTl-n TO CCKE OK MONEY REFUNDED
For sale by all LiupKlsta.
PRINCIPAL DEPOT i
No. 53 South THIRD Street,
Atove Chesnut.
Price 25 certs per bottle. ' 4 24 m4p
DEAFNESS, BLINDNESS, AND CATARRH
treated with the utmost success by .1. 1HAA.OH,
il. IV. Oeu 1st and aurlxt, bo. All) l'INE HtreU Testl
nionlalb irom the most reliable souns In the city can
Last-enai Ills cillco. The Weill' ai Faculiy ate kivited
to accompany tli'-'r pationis. as he has no sei rets in hts
pruetlie. Artilk'al eyes Inserted without pain. No
charijo made lor exuuiiuawuu. 1 9t
COAL.
O N E T R I A Ii
SECURES TOUPw CUSTOM.
WIim'EY & IIAIIILTOtV,
LEHIGH,
SCHUYLKILL,
AND BITUMINOUS
COAL,
So. 035 Xorth MMll Street,
Above I'oplur, Eat Side.
62
J A M E S O B K I E N,
DRALER IN
LEniGH AND SCHUYLKILL COAL.
BY TUB CAltOO OK PINOLE TON.
Yard, Broad Street, below Fitzwater.
Has constantly on hand a competent supply of tho
aV.ove superior Coal, guitablo for family uso, to
which he calls the attention of his friends and tho
public generally.
Orders left at No. 2f6 South Fifth street, No. 32
South hoventeonth street, or through Despatch or
Post Oflico, promptly attended to.
A SLTEKIOK QUALITY OF BLACKSMITHS'
COAL. 7 ti
J3 E N 1) E 11 S
COAL AND ICE DEPOT,
W. COKSI.R OF IIKOA1) AS D CALLOWUILL
BT REET8,
OfTers the celebrated AVest Lehigh Coal trom the
(lret nwood Colliery, Move, I.gg. and ti cater size. 7-Ws
r. u t at t .in iso, tne very superior noniiyiani jobi,
from the Kecvesdale collleiy. lsxt size, all 00. All other
sines "1 l"l
ah 0111 warranted ano taken Dacn iree or expense to
the pnrt baser. Ii not r.t represented. Also, the Coal for-
tclttd ii not lull w eight. 'Jiebm
SADDLES AND HARNESS.
rpiE OLDEST AND LARGEST
SADDLE AKD HARNESS
MANUFACTURING ESTABLISHMENT IX THE
COUNTRY.
LACEY, 3IEEKEK & 0.,
No. 1216 CHESNUX STREET,
OFFER OF TULIU OWN MAJs'UFACTCKE:
11GUY IlAItEr8, from tf 0 to 10
LIGHT BAKOUCI1E do 5000 to 350
HE A V Y do do 75 00 to 60i
EXPltEBS.HKASS HOUKTED 11AEKES8 27 50 to 90
WAtiON AM) hEI.F-AL JL'STLN 0 15U0 to 30
8TAGE AND TEAM do 30 00 to 60
LADlEb' SADDLE, do 12-00 to 150
GENTS ' do do 81)0 to 75
Bridles, Ifountlnfc-s, Bits, Sosctts. Hor Covers,
Blushes, Combs, f caps, Blacking, Ladles' and Gents
Travelling and Tourist Bans and Backs. Lunch Jlaakota
Dres Ik and Shirt Cases. Trunks and Valises.
i 9 6mrp Iso. l'lO CllJibN UT ST.
JjflNE HAENESS AND SADDLERY.
720 MARKET STREET. 720
Larue taleioom contains a lull stock of ftood ser
viceable SINGLE AND DOVBLE 11 AKNKSS, best
Leather and workmanship, for city trade, at moderate,
prices, and niudo to order ut short notice.
TI. I'. MOVER A; 1JROS.,
No. T20 3IAIIKET Street.
IT. B. Superior SOLE LEATIIEIt TRUNKS, fur Eu
ropean travel.
Also, Ladles' French Dress Trunks. 5 19 lni
H
A 11 N E S S.
A LAHGE LOf OF KEW U. 8. WAGON HAR
NESS, 2, 4, and 6 horse. Also, parts ot HAR
NKSS, SADDLES, COLLABS, HALTERS, etc ,
bought at the recent Government sales to be sold
at a ereat sacrifice. Wholesale or Ketail. Together
with our usual assortment ot
SA DD LEU YAND SADDLER YE ABB WARE,,
WILLIAM S. HANSELL & SONS,
2 1 Ao. HI MARKET Street.
PROPOSALS.
s
ALE OF GOVERNMENT LUMBER.
Chief Quartkumastkr's Ovvick.
Dkpot OIT WABIIIKUTOtl,
WAPiiiAoroN. D C. Muy 31, 1HC6
The offers received under tne advertisement oi M-iv
3 feme considered less than the real value ot the
material, were not accepted, and Sealod Proposals
ure apuin invited until 1 11 UltSDA Y, June 21, 18iH,
ut 12 o'clock SI., Ior tho purchaso of 843,000 feet of
Government Lumber, of the lollowini; sizes aud
descriptions, viz. :
18,000 feet 11-inch Oak.
100,000 feet 2-"iiioh Oak.
H 0 000 leet 21 inch Oak.
120,000 Ieet8 iuch Oak.
10,000 loet 8t-incti Oak.
73 Of 0 leet 4-inch Oak.
10.000 loot 6-iuch Ouk.
10,000 loot 2-inoh Hickory.
6 500 loet 3-luch H ckory.
14,000 feet 4-inch Hickory.
89,000 loot lj-incll Ash.
74 000 leet 2-inch Ash.
86,000 toet 8-inch Ash.
b0,00O hot 4 inch Aib.
20,000 toot 6-iuch Ash.
8,600 loot -iuch Pine.
84,K) leet -inch l'me.
87 0(0 leet l-inch Pine.
25,000 leet jj-lnch Poplar.
18 000 teet 1-iuch Poplar.
The attention ol wanon and carnaKo-makers is
ca led to this sale, as the above is a very superior lot
ol well-seasoned Lumber, suitable for mannlacturina;
purposes. It can be soon bv applying? to Brevet
Brisadier-General V. H. lOMPKlNS, Quartermaster
hi churee at Lincoln Depot, about one mile east ol
the Capitol, .
Bios wiU be received for the purchase of ten thoa
sand feet and upwards. The undersized reserves
h rU'ht to reject all tho bids should they be con.
sidered too low. . , . , , . . .
Payment (in (jovernmont funds) will be reinired
upon notification of acceptance ot bid and prior
lo the delivery of the Lu ubor, which must be re
moved within lllteen days alter the proposal la ac
cepted, i
Proposals should be sljtned by the bidder's toll
bume, and pive Ins post-ottice address, plainly in.
doised, 'Proposals lor tho Purchase ol Lumber,'
and directed to D. H. RUCK EE,
Brevet Mjor-Gen and Chiel Quartermaster,
6 1 17t Depot of W asuluRton, I). C.
TURKU GENKRAL AGENTS WANTED TO
act in important locations for the New YorK Acci
dental Insurance Company Active inenoi (food address,
applv to t'KAMt O. ALLEN. Bramh Oltice, No. 4ifl
CilLSNUTbtreeU Afip.y soou. 2li
PROPOSALS.
3KOPorsAL IOK MATI-.KiALn TO l!E Slip.
1'LIKO 1( 1IIK NAVY YARDS, UNDER
HIE t OON1ZAMT. OF
TUB BUREAU . OIT
blEAM EN GI MEEK I NO
NAVT PKPARTllltWT.
Burbah of Stkam Esnta KKntna
Knma J
i n. im )
WAHniwoTOS. V. C. June
Sealed Pronosala In furnish tfatcrial tor IIia K w
for the fiscal year, enttlnr June &), 1hi)7. wl'l be re
ceived at this Bureau until ll) o'cloc A. M. or tho
lHthot July not, at whioh time tho propasaU will
be owned.
The proposals mnat bo addresaod to the Chief of
the Bureau ot Meant Enumeerlna-. Navy Depart
ment, Wastilofrton, ana must be endorsed ''Propo
sals tor Material! tor the Wary," that ttier may be
distinguished liom othor bnsinosa letiera. .
Printed schedules lor any class, toethor with In
structions to bidders, pivmir the forms of proposal,
of ffuarauteo, and of coMilicato of aniirnntors, will
bo furntsnod to snch persons as desire to bid. on
application to the commandants of tho reapeotive
navy yard-, and those of all the yards on application
to the Bureau.
1 he commandant of each navy yard and the pur
cl asinif Paymaster of each station vill have a copy
of the schedules of the other yards, lor examina
tion only, in ordor that persons who intend to bid
may judue whether tt is desirable to make applica
tion lor any of the classes ot those yards.
Tbe proposal mut bo for the whole ot a class; and
all applications lor Inlormatlon or lor toe examina
tion of sample, must be made to the commandants
oi tho respective yards
Iho roposals most be accompanied bv certifi
cate from the Collector ot Internal Revenue lor the
district in which the bidder re-liies, that he ha a
licenso to deai m the articles for wnicn he proposes ;
and he must lurther show that he is a manufacturer
ot, or a recular dealer in, tho articics which ho
oflcrs to supuly. Iho (ruaisntors mu-t be Cirtlfld
by ihe Assessor of Internal Revenue lor tho district
in which they rosido.
1 ho contract will be awarded to the person who
makes the lowest bid and gives tho guarantee re
iui red by law, the Nav Department, however, re
serving the nir.it to reject the lowest bid, or any
which it may deem exorbitant.
buroties in the lull amount will be required to stern
the contract, and tho. r responsibility must be certi
lli'd to the satisfaction ot the Navy Department. As
additional security, twenty per centum will b wi ll
h d irom tho amount ot the bills nntil tno contract
shall liavo been conflicted, and eiphty per contnm of
tho amount ol each bill, approved in triplicate by tho
commandant ot the respective yards, will be paid bv
the l'a master of tlie station designated in the contract
in lunds or cert tictites, at tho option ot iho liov
ernment, within ten dav alter tho warrant ior the
samo shall have been passed by the ocretury of tho
Treasury.
Iho dinars of this Bureau are numbered and desig
nated as loilows:
No. 1. Hoilor Iron, etc. ,Ko, 21, Zino Taints.
No. 2 1'itflion. Mo. 22. Colored Pa'nts,
No. y. Boiler Eeitinir. I etc.
Mo. 4 Gum l ackmr, cto. No. 23. stationery.
No. fi. Sperm Oil. ,No 24 rue Wood.
N'o. (5. Linseed Oil. , No 25 Hickory, Ash
No. 7. Lard Oil. Plank, o c.
No. 8. l.umbor. 'No. 2H. White Pino
Iso. 0 Tallow and Soao. No. 27. Black Walnut and
No. It). Eojrnieer's Stores. I Cheriy,
No. 11. Kiiirmeer'B Tools. (No, 28 Mulionany.
N'o. 12 lugiueer's Instru- No. 29. Lanterns
nients. No. 80. Liirnumvihe.
No. 13. Brick, Sand. etc. 'No 81. DudsroouSjl'umps,
ino. 14 nrouxui iron eui
l'ipes, otc
Mo. 82. Sour Flour Cru
cibles. No. 33. Patented Articles.
No. 84. Cotton aud Ileiup
Packimr, etc
No. 85. Engineer's Stores.
N'o. 8(3 Patented Articles.
No 11. Tubes.
No. Id. Stool.
No. 17. Nails and Bolts.
No. 18. Copper.
No. 10. 1 in, Zino, etc.
No 20. White Lead.
Ihe following are the
c. asses by their number
rccjuned at the respective ravy 'Yards:
1Y11 IfcKI .
N'os. 1, 2, 5, 0, 16, 18 Ii, 20. 21, 22, 23, 33, 84.
CHARLES TOWN.
Nos. 1. 2. 4. 6, 6. 10, 11, 12, 14, 15, 1(5, 17, 18, 10, 20,
21, 23, 24, 2G, 27, 32, 85. 3(i.
BROOKLYN.
Nos. 1,2. 3, 1, 5, C, 10, 12, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 25, 20,
27, 28, 62, 83, 30.
PHILADELPHIA
Nos. 1, 4, 6, 0, 10, 11, 12. 14, 16, 13, 19, 22, 23, 26, 83.
WASHINGTON.
Nos 6. 6, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18.19, 20,
21,22.23. 619tu4t
SSISTANT QUARTEKMAsTER'a OFFICE.
Philadelphia, June is, isoo.
PROPOSAL- FOft FORAGE.
Sealed Proposals will bo received at this ofllco
until 12 o'clock M.. SATURDAY. June 23, 1806,
tor furnishing this de artment with iorniio lor a
period ot three months, commcncinir. July 1, and
ending tho Both day ol September, 1866, inclusive,
viz.:
CORN. OATS. HAY, AND STRAW,
For tho use of animals in tho public service, etc ,
at this post or do-tiiot, or any otto r locality within
this command, that may be directed. 'All grain to
be ot the best quality. Oats, 32 pounds t the
bushol : Corn, 56 pounds to the bushel; Hay of tho
best quality Timothy; Straw, to be Ryo, best
quality; all subject to be inspected and approved
prior to delivery.
Proposals will state price per one hundred pounds
lor Iia and Straw, and per bushel lor Corn and
Outs, delivered at plaoes ot consumption iu such
quantities, and at such times, as may bo ordered (the
price to be stated ootn in words and figures).
Each bid must be guaranteed by two responsible
persons, who-e signatures must be appended to tne
guarantee, nnu cerunou to as being good ana sum
cient security tortlive thousand (5000) dollars bv tho
United States District J ude, Attorney, or Collector,
or other puuno otncerj
The richt is reserved to reject any bid deemed un
reasonable, aud no bid from a deluu ting contracior
will be receiyid.
All proposals to be made out on the regular forms,
in duplicate (which will be furnished on application
at tins oflice). anu coniorm to tne terms ot tins an
vcrtisemont a copy ol which must accompany ouch,
proposal. Envelopes to be endorsed, "Proposals ior
I'ornue."
Bids will be opened on SATURDAY, June 28
1806, 12 o'clock M., and biddors aro requested to be
present. B Older ot
Brev. Brig -Gen GEORGE H CROSMAN,
Assistant Q. JW. General U. S. Army.
CrUORGii. R. OK AIE.
6 18 5t Captain and Assistant Q. M.
ATION'AL MILITARY ASYLUM.
The Alanicrers of the National Asylum lor dis
charged volunieer soldiers, authorised by Act ot
Congress, approved March 21, 1866, ask proposals
lor Bites lor Asylums by donation or sale, me pre
mises mu-t be situate in one ol the loval States, con
tain at h ast 200 acres ot laud and bo in a healthy
location, and easy ot access by railroad or otherwise,
It is the purpose ot the managers to erect, without
delay, extensive aud permanent buildings lor said
Asylums, aud its establishment will bo largely au-
vantogt ous to any section or railroad in the vicinity
ci its location.
Plans, specifications, and estimates for Asylum
buildings, including detached cottages, are also a-ked
lor the approval ot tho Board. Liberal compensa
tion will be given tor tne successiui piau.
Proporais, plans, specifications, and tsiimates the
lirst named to be in w riting, contaiuinu plot ana Uo-
hcrintiou ol grounds and terms und conditions of
traiisler must bo sent to Mujor-Geueral B. F. BUT
LER, at Lowell, Mass., on or before tho 20Wi day of
June, lBOU. : r . nuitir.rt,
President Board of Managers,
l.i-wn B. Gdntkkl. ISecretarv.
l'LM'is entitled to publish the laws of the United
Mutes are respeoilully requested to publish this
three (3) weeks prior to the 20lh of June, lMid, and
send their bill, with copy ol notice, as above di
iec;eit. 6 3118t
GOVERNMENT SALES.
s
ALE OF MACHINERY, ETC
Navt Department.
Bureau of Yardb ami Dockh,
Wabiiinotob, June 16. 18(i6.
Will be sold at Publio Auction, ut the N'avv Yurd
NORFOLK, on SATURDAY, tho 7lh day of July
ni xi, ine louowiiig arnu cs, viz :
1 wenty-one Rollers ot Rolling Mill,
t-oveu Nail Machines
duo uuide Mill (complete), 38 Rollers.
Two bundles Saws ior Slotting Screws. .
Two Machines ior slotting Screws
Seven Machines ior Cutting, l ureuds.
Four Oil Kotamei. '
Two Oil Press Rollers.
Eiht pieces Iron Shafting.
Six sets Couplings for Shafting.
Lot ol Taps aud Dies for Gas Fitting.
Ono box Lacings (leather).
1 hree boxes Boitmr.
One dun-screw Machine ,
One piece Leather Belting, 6 inches wide, 104
pound.
One piece Leather Belting, 6 inches wide, 111
pounds.
Ono piece Leather Belting, 20 Inches wido, 221
pounds.
J wo rolls Gum Packing.
Six bars Octagon Steel (oaat).
Sale to commence at 11 o'olock A. M,
Terms Cash, in Government lunds; and all arti
cles to oe removed irom the yard within teu days
irom day of sale.
By order o. Navy DopartmeFpugMini
OlOtuthCt Chief Bureau Yards aud Docks.
GOVERNMENT SALES.
AKOK i BALE
OF QUARTEUHASTEU'S
J fcHIKBS.
A88IHTASTT QCARTKRM AATEB'sl 0FIC, t
1'BiLADaLPiiiA D;roT, Juno 13, 18'W f
Will be fold at Public Auction at tho United
Stales Government Warehouse, I1ANOVKR Street
and DELAWARE Avenue, Philadelphia. Pa., oa
MONDAY, June 25, 1H00, at 10 o'clock A. M,alar-
lot ol Quartermaster's stores, cousi-tmi in cart
asioliows:
120 CORDS OAK AND PINE WOOD.
One and two horse Am-
Stands,
luaiioca.
Benches,
lircboards,
V heelbarrows,
Move Boxes,
Water uackets,
Boards,
Yenutian Blinds,
Brsckets,
t'rowbars,
Biuehes, aborted,
Basins lor stools,
C hairs,
Closets,
t yiinders,
C auldrons,
Canhpeiis,
1 in Cups,
Chimney Crocks,
Oil Cans,
Carboys,
C bests,
locks, assorted,
I antes.
Table Tops,
Trucks,
Bath Tubs,
Tongs, assorted.
Valves, assortod.
Army and Express Tf a-
irons.
Sash WeighU.
Tiestlos,
Brooms, aasortod,
Shoe tn Boxes,
Iron Bars,
Baireia,
Wrenches, assorted:
Axes,
Hor-e Blankets,
loi Boxes,
Metallic Life Boats,
Coppor Bits,
Basins,
Grain sacks,
Boilers, assorted.
tSoil Containers,
viuiqr- iiriuios.
Hose O- uplingi,
Oas Burners.
Curry Combs,
One-lmrso (.'arts,
lamps, a--sorted,
Drawers,
loser8,
Doovs,
Sir.vepipe,
rial tor l.lialtw,
Wairon Corel s,
Ii mm,
Water Casks,
Iron Sate-.
Hand t uft
Horse Cards,
Forks a sortod,
1'ortab'e Foigos,
ltampeis,
lies as,
Stovepipe Klbows.
Feltioir,
Ii es, a-sorted,
rates,
Wagon and Ambulance. Furuacos,
Durness
Guages, assorted,
Screw Drivers.
itopo na tvrs,
i Fire lloe.
Leather Hose,
I Hatchets,
I.um or,
Mailers,
i Measures,
i Camp Kettles,
Lanierus,
I Lath,
C oal Hods,
Cases ot Pigeon Holes,
Otiui liosu,
Hoes, assorted :
Hammers, assorted,
i-crup iron.
Boiler Iron,
dalvanird Iron,
rout ht Iron,
Door Knobs,
i'uity Knives,
l'icks ana Handles,
Pans, assorted'
(iangway Plauk,
Punches, assorted.
Pokers,
Galvanizod Pipe,
Steam Pipe,
Gas Pipe,
Pumps, assorted,
Llfflitinoi'-rod Points,
Copying Pre,
Iron Plates,
Lead lipe,
Rope,
Cthos Stoves,
Iron Railing,
spoons, a-sortod,
Orindstones,
Horse hhoiw,
Stocks and Dies,
badaers.
Litters,
Locks, assorted.
Levers,
Cotleo Mills,
Pi iicois, assorted,
lue 1 ota,
Stovepipe,
Paint Pols,
Hose Ktols.
bt'.vepi)ie Rest-,
lotbes itncas,
Rasps, assorted,
Rakes, assorted,
agon and Riding Ma-
din,
Heating Stoves,
Stools,
Shelves,
Scrapt rs,
Sockets,
Cau; king Tools,
Tanks,
Dumb Waiters,
Zinc.
, Knives and Forks,
: Ochre,
'Gas Pendants,
! Forges,
j Plow and Bits,
i Gas Fixtures.
lied Rests,
Coal Screens.
Cooking Stoves,
Siikb,
Supports,
Screws,
Shovels, assorted;
Spades,
Sledges,
Shutters.
And a i urge lot oi miscellaneous stores.
For lull particulars, as regards nuuntitv. etc..
see catalogues, which may be had on application at
this ollice.
Sale will bo continued from dav to day, until all
tho -tores are sold.
Sales will be made in quantities to suit pur.
chasers.
Terms Cash, in Government lunds.
By order of
Brevet Brig.-Gen. GEO. H. CROSMAN,
Assistant Quartermaster t-renorai U 8 A.
G13101 HKNRY BOWMAN.
Brevet MaJ. and Assist. Quartermaster.
OVERNMENT
SALE.
Philadelphia, Pa., June 15, 18(36.
AUCTION I AUCTION!
Will be so'd, at tbe United Mtares Commissary
Warehouse, nesr comer ot felXTEENI H au I CAL
J.U Willi L streets, commencing at 10 o'olock A.
31., June 21, 1866, the lollowing Commissary Pro-
yi i iv, , if.. :
3 Ollice stoves,
20 tret Stove Pipe,
2 Eli ows,
2 Coal Scuttles,
7 Pokers,
7 Desks,
2 t ables,
22 Chans,
3 Sales (iron),
7 Platlorm scales,
6 Counter Scales,
14 Commissary Chests,
13 Spring Balances,
41 Liquid .V.easures,
13 Dry Measuies,
82 Faucets, ,
24 lunnels,
13 Molasses Gales,
26 Scoops,
14 Cieavers,
21 Hatches,
16 Meat Saws.
15 Meat Hooks,
66 Itu cher Knives,
13 Butcher .Steals,
17 'l ap Borers,
23 Gimblets,
4 Whotstonos,
2 Hammors,
1 Plane,
1 Bit,
4 Screw Drirors,
1 Brace,
1 Drawing Knifo,
1 Box Scraper,
12 bliovels,
2 Head Kuisors,
5 Visos,
5 Punches,
3 Drivers,
5 Bung Starters,
2 Buug screws,
6 Adzos,
455 pounds Nails,
2 pounds Rivets,
2 Double Locks,
2 Single Locks,
1 Cam Hook,
2 Wheelbarrows,
lSkld,
21 Dust Brushes.
The ai.ovti property can be examined at any time
previous to, or on the day of snJe. Afir purchese,
they most be first paid for, and then removed at
the expense of the purchaser, and witain live days
Irom the day ot Bale.
The lion Safes are nearly new, firo-proof, large
size, of larrol & Herring's patent, and well wortli
the attention ol persons in need oi theso articles.
IVo checks taken.
'the right is reserved to reject any bid dee mod too
low.
C. L. KILBUBN,
6 16 4t Brevet Brigadier-General A. O. G. 8.
ASSISTANT QUARTERMASTER'S OFFICE,
N'O. 19 6TATK STKEKT, NKW YoitK 4,'ITY, I
June 0, I860. I
In pursuance of orders of the War Department. I
will soil at Public Auction, at 10 o'clock, on WED
NESDAY, the 2nth dav oi June, 1806, at the Depot
Camp, Trenton, New Jersey, a quantity of Quarter
master's Stores and Camp and Garrison Enulpago,
no longer required, as iouows, viz :
Horses,
Hatchots.
Army Wagons,
Spring Wagons,
Office Desks,
Tables,
Chairs,
Stoves,
Stove l'ipo,
Ranges,
Leather Water Buckets,
Wooden Pails,
Carpcutora' t ools,
Spades,
Shovels,
( oiU Hods,
Harness,
I Whitewash Brushes,
'Iron Bedsteads,
Benches,
Paulina,
Ollice Chairs,
Cases of llgeon Holes,
, Fairbanks' Scales,
Mess Tab'e,
Ollioe Tables,
Tiucks.
Grain Bags, etc. otc,
Caps,
Trowsers,
i Coats,
Blouses,
and other artioles.
Axes
Also. 89 Cords of Hard Wood, and U532 foot ot
Seasoned Luniber, In good order.
1 be articles are iu large quantities, and Of many
vam ties. Most oi them are serviceable.
terms ot sale Cash, on rendition oi aooounta.
For particular infoimation in regard to tbe nature
and kind ot materials and articles, and their situa
tion and condition, application should be made to
Mr. Henrv T. Holcomb, Agent at the Quarter
niantcr's Ofllco, In Trenton, or to the undorsignod.
Tbe Government reserves the right of docliuing all
bids considered unlairior disadvantageous.
By order of
Brev. MaJ -Gen. STUART VAN VLIET,
Chief Quartermaster Department of tho Kant.
K E. MORUAN,
6 11 8t Brevet Major aud A Q. M.
s
ALE OF GOVERNMENT 6TEAU-TUC
AssitiTAPT QrjABTunMASTKR'a Office, I
PHILADELPHIA DEPOT. J UI10 18. IW. I
Will be sold at Publio Auction, at SHACKA
MAXON Street Wharf, Philadelphia, Peuua., on
MONDAY, June 25,1866, at 10 o'clock A. M., tha
United Mates
STEAM-TUG; "MONITOR."
Tonnage 104 (W'6 bins - length, 80 6 10 foet; breadth,
18 6-10 leet; depth, 7 7-10 leet.
The lug is now lying at Shackauiaxon street
wharf, where she can be examined,
't erms Cash, in Government lunds.
By Older of
Bievnt Brig.-Gen. GEO. U. CROSM4.V,
Assistuut Quartermaster-General U. S A.
61310(1 HENRY BOWMAN,
Brovot MaJ. and Assist. Quarterniaitor.

xml | txt