TIlE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, JULY 10, 18G0.
LETTER FROM PARIS.
jrftMM of th HVmr In Brmiy-Hn.
MMlty of U prnaalona Coodliion ot
ftho two Urcnt At-snle Tho PoalUoai of
luilt, England, and Italy Dion Boo
olconlt roahlooa la Forla, Etc.
J,BVJUKO TELE0RAFH SPECIAL CORBE8POHDKHCE.
Paris, June 22, 18G6.
We are at last beginninc; to see clearly into the
imbroglio which oppresses Europe, and thedenoue
ment oi which will, no doubt, be a moat dreadful
butchery ot Christians.
HUMANITY OF THE PRUSSIANS.
The soldiers of Bisraark in openirg tho cam
paign, have begun by assuring the people ot
those countries which they have invaded, that
they have come there as brothers and not as
enemies. In less than six days the troops of
King William are masters of Hunover, Hesse,
ami the Electorate of Saxony.
The Hanoverian army, whicM was massed in
Cottlncen, in orlcr to form a junction with tha
Austrlans, now sees itselt cut off from its ally by
the Prussians. All the German papers Inform
us that the Prussians have generally been well
received by the populations. The soldiers of
Bismark who now occupy Wetzlar menace
Frankfort, which is defended by the Federal
army under the com mand of Alexander 0 Hose.
The army called that of the Elbe, coramao-Jed
by Prince Frederic Charles, which is now ope
rating tn Baxony, consists of thirty-eight thou
The army of Silesia, under the command of
the Prince Royal of Prussia, la much interior.
, THE AUBTBIAN3
in Silesia, on the contrary, are massed in great
numbers under the command ot Marshal
JJenedck, to the amount of two hundred and
fifty to three hundred thousand. We have not
as yet had any battle of importance. However,
it must mention
THE BATTLE OF BTJMSBTJRQ,
on the frontier of Bohemia, where, it is said,
the AuBtrians had the advantage. Per contra,
at Friedberg, near Frankfort, a regiment of
Hessians were completely routed by the Prus
sians, who menaced Frankiort.
We are daily expecting to hear of a great bat
tle, but to do justice to the Ccrmans, we must
aay that they do not seem to be in a hurry to
come to blows; but the unhappy Teutons already
know the wretchedness of war, as all communi
cations are interrupted, the rails taken up in
several places ; hundreds of families have to
lament the absence of brothers, husbands, Ac,
called away to the Landwehr. Business is bad
and almost dead, and, what is even more deplor
able, the cholera has come to make the bad
worse ; it hns made its appearance in Berlin, in
Stettin, and in Prussian Silesia.
ITALY'S DECLARATION OF WAR.
On the 20th inst. Victor Emanuel declared
war npon Austria, after which he left Florence
lor head-quarters at Cremona. The Quadrilateral
will be attacked in three or four days.
The Italian army will commence operations at
four different points at the same time. The
Italian fleet will attack Venice, Cialdinl, at the
head of eight divisions, will try to cross the
Lower Po at Rovigno, Victor Emanuel will try
to get hold of the Quadrilaterul, whilst Gari
baldi, at the head of his volunteers, will attack
Trent, which is the key of the Tyrol. The
Italian army is better than is gencially be
lieved; the volunteers are the weakest part of
tho army. Garibaldi is still suffering from his
wound received at Aspromontr-, and H is pro
bable that this will be the last campaign of
TACITURNITY OF NAPOLEON III.
Our army, to be sure, is still on a peace foot
ing, but our peace footing is very lise the war
footing of other nations. Our fleet is ready for
every emergency. The head of our Govern
ment, before risking an inch, wishes to be well
prepared both on land and at sea. This unde
cided attitude of Napoleon III very much pro
vokes the war party round about him, of which
Prince Napoleon, it is kaown, is the leader.
They observe that we are losing the best oppor
tunity of making a lasting ally of Prussia, and
getting tho borders of the Rhine, which are
so necessary to us. In fact, says the war party,
if we wait until the Prussians are beaten, to
intervene, and the Austrian troops are triumph
ant, our influence will be diminished in Ger
many. If, on the other hand, the Prussians are
victorious without our aid, it is not likely that
they will quietly give up the Rhenish provinces.
I think the Emperor would have taken some
decisive step had it not been for
THE ATTITUDE OF RUSSIA AND ENGLAND.
Russia, more than any other country, gives
cur Emperor much anxiety. After much hesi
tation, the Cabinet of St. Petersburg, notwith
standing its professions of attentive neutrality,
seems more or less inclined to go a little fur
ther. Should France take a step, Russia will
On the other hand, the defeat of the Gladstone
Jlinibtry in England may be the means of
changing things on the other side of the Chau
Eel. We may be said to be dancing oa a vol
cano. There are Ave millions ot armed
men in Europe at the present moment. In the
midst of this imbroglio home matters are en
tirely neglected. The "Corps Legislatif" If
quite unheeded, and they can go on discussing
the budget without let or hindrance. The
clever speeches of the radical orator, Jnlei
Favre, are sweetness wasted on the desert air.
Tho evening newspapers are caught up with
avidity. The Government has given orders 10
the unstamped press not to make any mention
f any military result coming irom Germany.
"EIGHT MONTHS IN AMERICA."
We have now little time to devote to either
literature or tLe drama. However, there is
a new book on the United States, by M,
Duvergier de Lausanne, one of those who
contributed to the fall of the house of
Orleans. It is curious to see with what acri
mony this author speaks of the republican instl
tutions of the United States. He seems to think
that there is too much liberty in the land of the
"Stars and Stripes." Still, Mr. Duvergier calls
kiuisell a liberal ! This is the onjy literary work
1 have to mention.
THE MATH OF MEET.
Our celebrated poet, novel writer, a ad imprO'
tsiautore.the author of to many charming novels,
"Hera," "La Florida, ' and "La Guerre du
Hlzam," is no more. He expired a lew days
o, at the age of sixty-eight, llery. born at
Marseilles, could not live out of the sun's rays.
Whenever Sol showed himself oa the boule
vards Mery was sure to be there, basking in the
una) d;rkDg at the Qafe de Mafria and
charming all those around bim by his witty
and lively sallies, ne knew everybody: in
eight days he will most likely be forgotten I
Bio trantit gloria mundi.
TUB DtJEB DB CHArlTBBS AND THE ITALIAN ARMY.
A week ago the brother of one of the pretend
ers to the French throne demanded to oe ad
mitted to take a part in the coming war, in the
army of Victor Emanuel; but his Royal High
ness had, during the war of 18.r9, suddenly
thrown up his commission in tho Italian armv
at the time that Cialdinl invaded the Pontifical
territory. He has been met with a refusal. I
hear it is Prince Napoleon who has secretly
intrigued against the Pnncc.
DION BOUCICACLT IN PARIS.
All those who take an Interest in theatricals
in Paris have, for some time, been looking tor-
ward to the performance of Dion Boucicault's
Arrah-na-Pogue, entitled here Jean la Postr,
which has taken tho town by storm, as it is
found, as regards plot aud scenery, very supe
rior to the pieces we have had of late.
The bonnet, which has for some time been
diminishing to nothing, is a thing of the past.
What is now worn on the head by our Parislennes
is about the size and the shape of a piece of note
paper, and looks very much like the head-dress
of a Roman woman, but on a smaller scale;
there are no longer any strings worn, as
formerly; long ribbons are worn, hanging down
be back, aud are called by the street boys,
LETTER ER03I WISCONSIN7.
Lake Pepin "l.over E,eap" Flatting
and other bporls t'nro fr;iypepl,
BVEMNO TELEGRAPH SPECIAL CORRESPONDENCE
Maiden Rock, Wis., June 2K, 18CG.
The place from which I write is a village on
the Wisconsin side of Lake Pepin, four miles
above the noted rock known as ' Lover's Leap,"
where, as the legend runs, Weuona, daughter of
a Chippewa chief, made a Sam Patch lump over
the precipice, and perished in the lake beneath,
rather than keep house and hoe corn for an old
Chippewa bruiser, who by command of the cruel
parent was "camping on her trail." The rock
now a perpendicular ledge of one hundred
and Feventy-tive feet. Its base is about two
hundred feet above the level ot the lake, the
intervening space bi-ing a timbered slope of
twenty or thirty rous. From this it will be seen
that the maiden must have got up and run for
he water, after taking her sprightly leap, or
else there must be an inaccuracy of btate
ment in the legend. The rock itself is
prominent object on the lake. It
is visible from almost all points of the
steamboat channel, and, together with the sur
rounding scenery, is an object of attraction to
tourists. Standing upon its summit, as near the
edge as one dares to go, you would think a stone
might be tossed into the water, which seems to
be right below. Try it, and then peer over to
watch the missile go down, and you will see it
go through tho tree-tops, pernaps not half way
to the lake. Such is the illusion produced by
the dizzy height and the conformation of the
bluff. We saw a couple ot artists sketching tho
rock from the beach. They were under cotton
umbrellus, Hanked by the trunks and roots of a
fallen tree. Want of time forbade us from ap
proaching and inquiring who they were, but we
trust they will bring out their pictures where
the public can get a good idea of this de
But to enjoy this country In its fulness oiip
must go there and stay awhile. You can make
headquarters at Lake City, and cross over in a
sail-boat, skiff, or the lake packet. At Maiden
Rock village there la a public house kept by dipt.
Doughty, an experienced sailor, who runs a tino
yacht for the pleasure ot his guests. Tue
hospitality of a friend prevented me from try
ing the Captain's fare, but I reckon a stranger
will be made welcome ' in thoso parts" fur
nished with a clean bed and good cheer. I
saw tho saddle of a fat deer carried to the Cap
tain's, and one will bo pretty sure to see upsn his
table the most delicious ef game aud fish, in
cluding the speckled trout.
The Wisconsin side of Lake Pepin is mainly
timbered land. Here is all the good trout fish
iug, the best deer hunting, and the camping
grounds of the general sportsman.
The writer camped a few days on Rush river,
a dozen miles back from Maiden Rock. This Is
truly a splendid trout steam. It is from two to
four rods.wide; has plenty of good, long ripples,
with deep and surging pools below; plenty of
tasting room, and plenty of trout. The fisher
men can secure good quarters with the settlers
along the creek, who furnish the best of wood
man's iare, and are very kind to those who
ceme to enjoy the trouting and the cool shades
of the big woods. They are death on "pot
fishers," despise a man who will sell a trout,
and are very caieful to protect the lish during
the spawning season.
it is a pleasure to sportsmen to go among
such people, and has but one alloy, namely
the very small amount! of current funds you
can make them accept for the excellent fare
and kind attentions with which they serve you.
I have but one iault to find with them, and that
if, that in spearing on the river at night with
firelight, in quest of coarser fish that make up
irom the lake, and lay in long, still pools, I am
afraid they do not always resist the tempta
lion to throw the spear at a very biff trout,
if they find one in bad company. I hope, If
any oi them have done this, they will sternly
resolve to do it lo more. The trout can be pro
tected in Rush river for all time, by cultivating
a proper understanding between settlers and
sportsmen; audi will vouch for the conduct of
the latter if the settlers will agree that the big
trout shall henceforth be the prize of him, and
him only, who can catch him by fair mean?.
There are trout in this stream that weigh four
or five pounds, andean be caught occasionally
by careful work. The writer was rather
pressed (or time, and fished too fast to rind the
largest Ho captsred one two-pounder, aui
several that weighed a pound each and over;
one lot of twenty weighed fifteen pounds, Hid
best fishing was on Tuesday, the 28th, when,
with a woodman friend to carry the fish and the
landing net, he filled a twenty-four pound basket
in about half-a-dsy. There were fifty-one trout
a very goid average, as any trout-flsher can
testify. - !
It is glorious sport to stand at the foot of one
of the rapids of -Rush river, and casting a long
and light line Into the surging pool below, to
sea the gleam of the teauUfni trout as he darts
, ' .1
irom his cover and takes jour hook npon the
surface, almost as soon as your line lights on
the water. Down ha goes towards his lavorite
cover, under sosae projecting bush or loir, or by
some overhanging or bottom rock, to enjoy his
prize. lour line tightens, and you strike home.
Ten to one he has been In the same scrape before,
and has learned tho proper tactics in many a
pitched battle with the same sort of foe. Ho
knows his danger, but Is never frightened out of
his wits. One or two stont jerks by way of
feelers, and If he finds himself fast hooked, now
come the "evolutions ot the Jiw," and the
prar.d charges and skilful retreats, and the high
acrobatic feats that make the brook trout famous
among nsneimen over all others 01 me
finnv tribe. Now he darts to the centre of the
pool, and lumps clear out of water, ehaRing
htmseit witn an nis mignt to untix the lalai oaru;
now dives, and enmos up again, makes tor the
roughest, swiftest water, and turns a dozen
summersaults. This is the critical point, and
you must fctve him line, or his tierce )ump3 will
reaK your lacnie or iear out me hook, lie inai-s
advantage ot it in an instant, and darts tor the
nearest bush or root, or Bonie old tree-top under
water, if he can find one, knowing well that if he
can hitch lis line he can disengage the book
reiorc the Black can be recovered. But your reel
has rapidly tautened him up again, and the chief
danger is past. Perhaps, alter one or two mote
fierce runs about the pool, in which you give
biru gently all tlie hue he wants, he will
give it up, and come quietly to the net. But
don't De deceived. He may have other tricits
to try. Zip goes the line aeain, ana you see
him charge ftraight at you. You cannot take
up your line, perhaps, last enough to tauten on
this new mauduvre, and the first you now, if
you are standing tn pretty deep, swift water,
where you cannot step quickly without mis-iing
Your footinc, and going under vourselt. fish-
basket, tackle, trour, and all, he has wound the
line around your trousers' leg, got off the hook,
and bid you good-by with a suap of his tail as
he vihifks down the current. Perhaps, having
tried all points of the pool, ho leaves it, coes
by you like a stream, and darts up the rapids:
and while von turn him around and endeavor
to hold him, he cuts a flourish at every twig or
rock along shore wheie he could pwsioi.y tie
the line. ' Bat, the fame is up. Acknowledges
that he has had a lair chance, he yields as
gracefully as he fought bravely, and allows
hitnselt to be reeled in, and lifted home with
the landirg net, witn nothing more than a nop
ot his tail tj (-how his satisiactiou at being
clearly taken by fair means. II he is a
half-pound trout or larger, you can feast
jour eyes now on the handsomest ot all God's
creatures, with oue exception, which will in
stantly recur to the fisherman, tor it has been
truly f aid that he that loves no: one loves not
the other. There are manv slips between the
bite and the basket in trout fishins. The tackle
must be tine in well-tished streams, or the trout
will lay close and laueh at your clumsy cheats,
and only the gentlest play will prevent the laree
ones Irom smashing things. Oiten the book is
not well taken, and slips out alter one or two
jumps or lounges, and in many places the fish
will unci a dozen means to cicar nimseit in spite
of all you can do. With the best ot tirhing more
than half the bites are lont, and it is this uncer
tainty that puts the angler always on his best
behavior, and gives excitement and zest to the
ut course tno ny is too nnesx means 01 catcn
ing trout in the proper seasou lor fly fishing,
but theie are baits that aie lust as lair and re
quire lust as fine work, and will catch as many
antt larger trout. In lact, in a stream well sup
plied witn natural lood for trout, the successiul
bshernian must not oniy use diiii, dui must
change his kind ot bait ottcn during the day, to
suit their varjlng aDd delicate notions ot "good
victuaU." The writer went to Rush river lully
determined and, as he thought, well prepared
to lelv mainlv on the flv. Ills flics, ho-vever.
proved worthless, having been got up to sell,
ami not to resemble any uauirai ny, at leaot in
those waters, and lie was obliged to resort to
bait. His favorite bait is got up as follows:
Take a small trout, and with a sharp knife, slit
down the ventral tin near the middle, and cut
neatly, with a slight curve, a light, loug bait
Irom thence through the edue of the tad. Hook
ou the bait near the piece ot liu, not through
the tin, but on one side of it, so as to leave it
free to plav iu the water, aud you have a bait
that, it well handled, is more nearly like a min
now, in the e; e ot a trout, than any other. It
has this special advantage, it lasts well and
does not require to be ''doctored" often.
It plays finely on a rapid rr.otion, aud sets the
fish daiting lor it irom all points, and wher you
suspect a big trout is lying well under a bunk,
rock, or a lot 01 floodwood, and is too lazy 10
come out and rise for you, von can put on a
heavy sinker and let it down with almost a cer
tuiuty that its tishy look will amuse him, aud
that tie will niako for it with avidity, however
cluui&ily it is handled. When this bait will not
answer, cut a t-uniliir and darker one from the
little ornamental tin on the back ot the fish, lust
behind the dorsal, taking the whole of the little
tin, however, and 6litting through the tail as
belore. When they will take neither oi these
bans, vthich is very seldom, the grasshopper or
some fly or worm must be found.
1 recommend Rush river to any one who
wants a good place to go to for wild sports
during the fishing or hunting Beaton. It ladies
are iu the party, they can Hnd good amusement
about Lake City or Maideu Rock. Plenty of
pleasant dnveo, gi'Od boatiLg. aud deli.alitful
places to lamble about the blutls, or ride or
drive along the beautiful prairies and groves on
the Minnesota side, or the valley of Rush river
on the other. Take tho cars tor La Crosse, aud
thence go up by one of the splendid steamers of
the Upper Mississippi.
I must not close without refcrrlns to my friend
Mr. llieks, who took care ot me while ou Kock
river. He has a "clearing" and a good lo house
at the very point on the fishing ground where
one wants' to make headquarters, and whether
you camp out or take quarters with him, will 00
everything to make jou enjoy the lishiug. The
pleasant voice ot the river pouring its endless
current ot laughing waters by his door was
sweeter music to my oar than the tones of birds.
Piven the Marine Band, that discourses such de
liebtlul melodies alternately at the Capitol aud
White House ends of tho avenue at Washington,
bringing out w hat chords ol hurmonv it may be
tween the Executive ano the Legisla'ive halls,
would have been hushed in admiration there.
The trout are Mr. Hicks' pets, and they gather
on the ripples right by bis door, waiting to be
"called to breakfast." Wheuever a guest wants
them, they are called, "you bet." It one can
find bettor food than these, together with tue
nicest venison, sweet milk, thut seems all cream
to one who has been supplied from a city milk
wagon, winter wheat bread, a white os snow,
and delicious maple syrup, clear aud amber
hucd, with variouM kinds of wild fruits, fresh
picked, or canned in tneir season, all prcpured
by a neat housewife's hund, "when found, make
a note ci it," for the writer's bouetit. But it can't
Mr. Green aud. Mr. Harris, also, at Maiden
Rock village, gave tho writer valuable asmtance
in coining at the points of interest about the
lake. They are old settlers, aud the former
pioved a Qrst-iaie guide and companion !r a
ramble at the rock. In fact, any oue, friend or
strangpr, can land at this place and be sure
of genuine friendliness and hospitality ou all
There are msny other points of interest per
haps w rthy of mention ia connection wUjh this
trip the me that abounds In tue woods and
on the prairiox, deer, Ijsar, prairie .chickens,
partridges, quails, etc., soon to be iu season lor
hunting; the absence of pestilerous Dies and
mosquitoes, this season at least; the varied
features of bluff' and river scenery: anecdotes ot
the people; incidents of hunters' and settlers'
hie lithe woodsj former experiences of hunting
and fishing thereabouts recalled by this visit;
some kinds of fame ash not down in the books;
points of difference between Eastern and North
western families, etc. tc. but thi letter is
already too long. They may form the subject of
another letter by-and by, anil way not, j
The writer went out for sanitary reasons,
d;iven from hm desk by Indigestion, The VlP
has been short, but by dint of vigorous exer
cise, boating, fishing, climbing, and the eood
country tare before-mentioned, tempered by tho
pure breezes ot the Minnesota climate.putttng in
ail the time to good advantage, he comes back
feelirg his nervous and muscular system "re
constructed," and goes to his ofllce treadmill
with a healthv liver and a cheerful heart.
Others needing similar benefits will do well
to take the same prescription. It will be a sure
LETTER FROM YELLOW STRINGS.
Yellow 8prinos, Chester Co., Pa., July 9.
To the Editor (if The Evening Telegraph 1
As there are numerous and auxious inquiries
for a healthful and pleasant resort, and easy of
access, with your kind permission I will give
what information I possess upon the subect. A
short and pleasant ride over the Reading Rail
road, in the cleanest, handsomest.and most com
fortable cars I ever saw, brings you toPhrrnlx
vllle, where commodious and comfortable stages
are in readiness to convey you over five miles of
beautiful and highly cultivated country, when
the stage draws up in front of a very Imposing
edifice, with a very modest sign announcing
your arrival at Yellow Springs. Here a recep
tion awaits you that impresses you with the idea
that you are making a visit to old friends a
commodious and well-ventilated apartment is
assigned you, and you are really at home.
The table is abundantly supplied with the
good things of lite, and the attendants are polite
aud attentive. There are two medicinal spring
upon the place one highly impregnated with
iron, the other containing sulphur, the health-
giving properties of which can be attested by
the many who have been benehtcd by their use.
The bathing exceeds anything I ever saw, aud
would bring tears of toy to the eyes of a hydro
path, comprising douche, Sitz, plunge, aud
shower baths ol medicated water. Those who
prefer it, can indulge in a warm bath.
The worthy host, A. W. Snyder, and his ami
able family are lavish of their hospitality, aud
untiring in their efforts to give comfort and
entertainment to their numerous guests. The
accommodations for guests are very extensive,
ami as the house is not quite lull, I cordially
recommend all who mav be seeuing a locality
where they may recuperate health, aud at the
same time not leel the loss of home comforts, to
apply for apartments at the Yellow Springs.
The Columbus (Tpnn.l Herald icports that
one of the best farms in that State was sold a
few da's ngo for sixty thousand dollars in cold,
which was at the rate of one hundred dollars an
acre. W. D. Hendlev was the seller, and Mr,
Metcalf the purchaser.
-ntorosALS iok mat kiu al- to bk sup.
J I'LlkD TO THE NAVY YAliDS, UNDliK
THE lOUM ISAAC; Ob' 111 K 1SUKEAU O
bit Ail KNOl.NJbKKLNti
Bureau or Steam Emoi&eekiko
Washington. D. C. June 19. 1836.
Sealed Proposals to furnish Materials lor the Maw
for the fiscal ear, endinar June 80, 1D67. wi'l bo re
coivcd at this Burean until 10 o'cIock A. M. of the
18th ot July next, at which time the proposals will
1 lio proposals must ho addressed to the Chief of
tho liuroou ot Mvaui Enemeorinir, Maw Dnuart
meat, Wabi.gton, auu must be endorsed ' l'ropo-
Miin iur jiiHiviiius lur iuu ittvy, luab loey may D6
l'riiitid schedules tor any class, together with in
struct. ens to bidders, giving thu loruis of proposal,
of euarautee, and of cortilicato of cuarantors, will
be lurnisaed to cuch persons ad desire to bid. on
app lcation to the commandants of tho respective
navv yard-, ana tuose 01 ail tho yards on application
10 til Durcuu.
1 he commandant of each navv vard and the pur
cl asinir lav master ol each station will have a copy
01 tue coneuuies 01 ino otuer varus, lor exumtnu
tion omv. in ordor that persons who intend to b d
may .mage wnetner 11 is desirable to make applica
tion lor anv of the classes ot 1 11 oho vards.
Tho proposal mui-t bo lor tne whole ot a class ; and
an applications lor iiiiormation or lor tiio cxumma
tion oi faniploa, must be madu to the oommaudants
01 the respective yards,
the iropofais must bo accompanied by a ccrtlfl
cote from iho Collector of lntcrual Kevenue lorthe
district in which the bidder resides, that he hat
license to deal in tho articles for .vhicu ho nrouosos :
and ho must lurther sIh.w toat he is a mauulacturor
ol, or a regular dealer in, the articles wmeh ha
oilers to buddIv. 1 ho guarantors mu-t be ci rtifled
by ihe Assessor of Internal Kevcnuo lor the district
in wmcu thev reside.
Tho contract will be awarded to the person who
makes Iho lowct bid and vivos the guarantee ro
quired by law, the Mavy Department, howuvor, ro
serving the ripnc to rejeci the lowest bid, or any
winch it may deem exorbitant,
burettes in the full amount will be required to sism
me contract, arid the r responsibility must bo certi.
tied 10 the satisfaction ot the Navy Department. As
additional i-tcuritv. twenty pit centum will be with
ho d trom tho amount ot the bills until tne contract
shall have been conrplcted, and eighty per contum of
ino amount 01 eicn bill, approved in triplicate by the
commanLant ot .the respective yards, will bo paid by
the lJay mauler ol the station designated iu the contract
in lunds or cert.licates. at tho ontion ot ihe Gov
eminent, within ten davt alter tho warrant lor the
euiiie shall have been passed by the foocrewry of tho
1 he classes of thm ISorcau are numbered and desig
nated as loilows:
ro. 1. Boiler Iron, etc. No. 21. Zinc Paints.
I'm Iron. No. 22. Co.ored Faints,
Tloiler Feltinir. etc
Guml'ackinir, etO.INo. 23. Stationery.
Mo. 24. lre Wood.
Tallow and Soap.
Mo 26. Hickory, Ash
No. 2il. Whltollno
Mo. 27. Black Walnut and
Mo. 28, Mahocany,
ho. 29. Lanterns
Mo. 80. Liffoumvitia.
Ho. 81. Dudgeonn.l'umps,
No. 82. Sour Flour Cru
cibles. No 88. Patented Articles.
No. 84. Cotton and Hump
No, 11. iCnmneer's Tools.
JN o, 12 i nyrneer's Instru
ments. No ia. Brick, Band. eto.
Ho. 14 Wrounht Iron
Jho 15. lubes,
to. 10 Steel
Mo. 17. Mails and Bolts.
Mo, 18 Copper.
IN'o. 19 t in, Zinc, etc.
No, 85. Engineer's Stores.
No. 86 Patented Artioie.
Mo 20. Whit Lead.
The followinR are tho viasses by their numborj,
requited at the respective Navy Yards:
Kos. 1, 2, 6, 6, 16, 18 19, 20. 21, 22, 23, 83, 81.
Nos. 1, 2. 4 6, 6 10, 11, 12, 14, 15, 18, 17. 18, 18, 20,
21, S3, 24, 20, 27, 82, 86 8(1.
Nos. 1, 2. 8, 4, 6, 6, 10, 12, If, 18, 19, 20, 21, 26, 28,
27, 23, 82, 83, 80.
Nos. 1, 4, 6, 6, 10, 11, 12 14. 16. 18, 19, 22, 23, 28, 88.
Nos. 5. 6, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 16. 16, 17, 18 19, 20,
21. 22 28. 6 19 tu4t
Will bo received by the subscriber until 12
o'olock M.,on THURSDAY., the 12th day 01 July
FURNISHING THE MATERIALS
in the First Culvert District of tha city of Cam
den, Mew Jersey, as follows:
ONE BU1CK CCLVERT,
four feet in diameter, extending irom the intersec
tion of Second and Mickle streets, southward alone;
Second street to the intersection ot liartmao
street (about 1360 Icetl. and theuee westward so lar
as ia ueoevsary to make an outlet to ihe liver
OM'E BRICK CULVERT,
tliree feet in diameter, extending from the intersec
tion ol Second and ilickls strtois eastward aionjc
Uickie street to Broadway (about 1800 feet).
ONK BKiCK CULVERT,
thtee feet In diameter, extending from the intersec
tion t Second and Stevens sireets eastwacd along
Stevoua street t Broadway (about 1800 feet).
,Ou suid alter tha 26tn day 01 June i,,D !n
and spceiricaiions of the required work will beAled
lur examination at the office ot the City clffric
EDWARD II. SAUNDERS, '
' ' CHy Surveyor,
So. 85 H, Second street.
Camden, Jpa 8 1863. 9 29 (712
SSISTANr QUARIERMASIER'8 OFFICE.
miI.APBI.PHIA I'KrOT, July if, InOO.
SALE OT QTJARlEUMASTER'o STOKES.
W 111 be no'd at Pnb'10 Auction, on account of the
United fttatcs, at the r!chuylkill A menu I, Gray's
rry road, Philadelphia Pa, on r KID AT, Jnly
18, 181,6, commmclnir ai 10 o'clock A.. VI., theiollow
npaefcribed (jaartermatei 's sto es, via:
wool, "iu hops lorn,
Linen and Cotton Cat- tilaiikot Cutting,
tints. leather torans.
Old Hailnc, Pcrap Iron,
Oid Hopes, Old Nairn,
Waito Paper, (lid Knapxack Lfnlniri,
Asserted Hasr. Old auo Broknn Ho.e:
Kcarack Scraps, i aluo. about twenty i20)
Leaiher fcUaps, Loads of Uanuro.
Old Twlno. !
I crms ot saie asn, tn tiovrrnmont lunds.
A dPo?it of ten (lu) per cent, to t o raid on every
sccepted bid; the Laiunco immediately alter the
All stores pnrchafed to bo removed within live
da s alter the date 01 purchase.
lly order ol
livt Brfp.-Gen. GEORGE H CROSMAN,
A.-nt. Jurtcimunt r-Gcncra TJ. 8. Army.
HifcNRY W. JANES,
Capt. and A. Q. M., Bvt Maior U. ft. Army,
7 9 4t Executive ana ln-pecting Ollicer.
PPOIOSALS FOB THE PURCHASE OF TWO
1ACHIS OK SAlL BOATS.
ASMSTABT (TJAUTIlHUABTER'B OPFICSS, I
PUILAPKLl'MIA. Pa , July 9, lrttitl )
Pealed rrupota s. in duplicate, will bo received at
this ttl.ee. unt 1 FKILiAY, 12 o'c ock M.. Jul 20,
1SI'6, lor Inrmdiing the (quartermaster's D'partm-ut
witu tw ) laoiiM or tail isoats 01 irom twenty
five (26) to thirty 80) ton.
mete boats to be in good condition ana reaay tor
Bidcer will state price in writing and ntrures.
Each bid niuet bo (runiaiiti-od by two responsible
persons, whose signature must be appended to tho
nuarauteo, and certillod to a-t bomir good and suill
elent security lor the amount Invo ved, by the United
Mates uisinct Jadtre, Attorney or Collector, or
other public oQiccr. otherwise tho bid wi.l not be
The riiiht is reserved to reioct all bids not deemed
ol interest to tho uoverumont.
Bv order ot
Brevet Brie -Gen. GEORGE H. CROSMAN,
Assistant Quartermaster-Gen. I). 8. Army.
7 9 lOt Captain and Assistant Quartermaster.
T ARGE SALE OF CONDEMNED
JJ QUAKTEKMASl EK 3 SIOKES, CLOTH
CHIEV QCARTKUM ASTER'S OFFICE,
Depot or Washioiopi,
Washington, D. c, Juiv 9. 1H66
Will be sold at Publio Auction, on WEDNE3
uai, July 1M, i860, commencing at 10 A. AI., at
Oovrnmoiit Warehouse Mo. 4 and No. 5, situated
ou Mew York avenue, between Eifrhteenth and
JNli.etcenth stieots west, nndor tho direction of
Brevet Eienlenant-Colonel JAMES AI. AlOOKE, A
Q. M., Lulled states Army,
A LOr OK UNSERVICEABLE CLOTHING AND
lONDEMxNED QUAKTEKJlAsiEii'S SlOKltS,
consisting of about
2197 Great CoaN, 947 Trowiers,
1614 Dreas Coats, lt9 obtrts,
810 Jacket' (a.-sortod), 625 Drawers.
209 itac Coais.
And a large amount of Tools suitable for the use of
o acKsmitns, carpenters, sandier, tinners, and other
1 ire Hose,
tevin Hose Carriages.
l'la lorin bculcs,
I Wooden Benches,
One Hand Firo enKiuc,
With a variety ot oihor property, totrelher with
about 14,009 pounds ot Woollen aud Cotton Kags.
fca e will bu coutmucd from day to day until all
tho prot ertv Is sold
Purchasers must removo property within five (6)
cava irom ciato 01 f-aio.
Terms of sale Cash, in Government funds.
D. U. UUCKElt,
Bvt. JIaJ. Gen. and Chief Quartermaster,
7 10 7t Depot ot V aslnugton
A SSISTAN1' QUARTERMASTER'S OFFICE
2. Mo. 1189 falKAUD Mreet.
Philadelphia. Pa.. July 7. 180Q
Will be sold at Pubuo Auction, on account of tho
United states, ou the around at T WEM'llETU aud
AlOLltlE) Streets, Philadelphia, Pa.,
July 14, 18C6, sale commencing at 10 o'clock A. SI
precisely, tho Building, etc, herotoloio known as
TURNER'S LANE HOSPITAL, viz.:
9 Frame Bui:diii(ts, .816 loet
1 Cookiuv Rauge, ! Pipe,
2 Iron Cauldrons, 211 loet
3 Iron Stovcs,i Pipe,
8 Iron Bath-lube, 5(5 loot
1 Upnput Boiler, I Pipe,
1 tiopper, 843 leet
2 Iron Force and Lift Pipe,
Pumps, 3U ieot
8 Iron Smks,
llion Wasn Stand,
6 W ooden Waeh-Sinks,
2 Water-lanks (1860 (cal
2 W ooden Dressers,
Counters, S lit 1 vie a, Draw
I iron vvator-Pipe,
411 loet ot Lead Pipe (as
47 Gas Pendants,
82 Pendant Arms and
I u u mors,
289 leet ot 1 i-inch Gas- 21 Stop-Cocks,
Pipe, 81 Blob-Cocks,
171 leet of 11-inch Gas- 3 Hose-Cock,
Pipe, 11,200 Bricks in Chimneys,
mi leet 01 i-iucu oun-i raUKts, elo.
Iho Frame Buildings com ain about 81 690 feet of
Hemlock scantiins, 17,260 leet 01 Flooring and
Tonuea ooarus, 00,0110 ieot iiouttn noaros,
, he ttuiiuiUKS win ne sold separately.
Terms ot sale Cash. Government tunds.
A deposit ol ton (10) porcent. to be paid on every
accepted bid, the balance immediate; y attor the
1 he Iron and Lead Water-pipes to be sold by the
foot "more or lens," as thoy lie buried in the
ground, to I e dug up and the ground tilled in by the
purchaser, and by superficial measurement amount
to 166 leet Gas-pipe t assorted), 624 loot 2-inoh Iron
Pipe, and COO leet Lead Water-pipe.
Plans ol the Buildings can be obtainod, and sche
du e of Lots seeu, upon application at tins oliice.
The Buildings etc., must be removed within two
(2) wetks in m the dui of salo, and will be at the
lisk 01 the purchasers.
The Ridge Aeuue Passenger Railway cars pass
near theUoepnal every live minutes.
By order of
Brev. Brig.-Gen. GEORGE H. CROSMAN,
Assistant Qr. if. General U.S. Army.
GEOhGE R. ORME,
7 7 6t Captain and Assistant Quartermaster.
ALE OF MACHINERY, ETC.
Bureau o Yarps akd Docks,
Washington. June 18. TSdO.
Will h? sold at Publio Auction, at the Mavy Yard,
NORFOLK, on KK1DAY, the 8d day of August
next, the lollowing artio cs, via. :
iwenty-one Rollers of Rolling Hill.
(Seven Mail Machines.
one linide Hid (oomplote), 88 Rollers.
Two bundles bows tor Hlotting Hcrews.
Two Hschines lor Slotting Screws
Seven Machines lor Cutting Tnreada.
Four Oil Itetaineis.
Two Oil Press Rollers.
Eight pieces Iron bbafting.
Six rets Couplings lor shafting.
Lot of Taps and Dies for Gas .fitting.
One box Lacings (leather).
1 hree boxes Belting.
Oca bun-screw Machine
One iiece Leather Belting, 6 inches wido, 164
One piece Leather Belting, 6 Inches wide, 141
One piece Leather Belting, SO Uuilies wide, 221
Two rolls Gum racking.
8ix bars Oeiagon bteel (oast).
Kale U commence at 11 o'olock A. H.
Terms Cash, in Covers ment fan4si and all aril
eles to be removed from the yard w.Uhin ten days
from day of sale.
By order ot Mavy Department.
6 liHrjtblft , Ciltt Buu'Su Yards and Docii-
ri OVBHNMENT 8 a L
Philadelphia, Pa., July 6,1866.
... .. AUCTION I AUCTION!!
Will be sold at the United Mates Commissary
Warehouse, near eornrr of & xteenth and Cat owhiil
streets, commeneing at 10 o'olock A. M-, J my 12,
18t6, tha following Commi'suy property:
iy ivui ,val vuiure or iwi.
The material of Arm BaKR OVr.NS. Innlndlnr
Are and common brick, about 86 000 (exoootlng out
u man, none (excepting outside wans), iron
doois, dampers, rods, aa fixture, pipe, yeasc room
wui, wiuuuws, eio. eve.
8 hpnng Balances,
t 4 Butcher Knives,
o v ase nruves, ,
4 Meat Hooks,
8 1 omml-sary Chests,
1 pair counter Scales,
1 Bnng Horew,
1 Bnng Htar'er,
1 Fire Proof safe,
2 sets Liquid Measures,
U runne s,
1 Mat Saw,
1 H hpeibarrow.
Aleo. at tame time and place, the iohowmg Com-
misrary Btorca, rlitrhtly damaned:
pounds uacon 16 pounds nan uoei,
(shoulders). 471 pounds Rioe,
l.lSO pounds Corn Heal. (CT pounds Hominy. '
11 0 0 pounds Hard Bread, 448 uounds (Vans,
1,1 8 pounds Peas, 268 Bounds salt,
81 pounds bmokod lao gallons Molasses.
1 he Coal will be sold by the weighed ton of two
thousand pounds. The bale is nearly new, 01 very
large site, Farrell Jr. Uerrinir's paw-nt and well
ortn iht attention or persons in need or suon an
article All the above property and s'ores can be
examined at any tirao tietore sule. The material of
the OveDs must en removed by tho purchaser within
ttxovi ccKs; all other articles within five days after
sale, and all purchases mutt bo paid lor belore re
ho ricbt is reserved to reitct any bid doomed too -
U L,. IULUIjH.
7 93t Brevet Brigadicr-Tcneral. A. C. G. 8.
SALE CF STEAM. BOILER. FORCE PUMTS
WilKRPIPE. F1KE-PLUUS, ETC, com-,
THE WATERWORKS AT GIE5BORO, D. C.
Qtjartkumabtkr-General's Office, )
k irht Division, I
WAPniNOToi. D. C. Jurie 19, 1886 )
By order oi me Quartermaster-General, tUure will
te sold, on the premises, at publio auction, under
the direction oi Captain George T Browning, A Q
M., on FhlDA Y, Juiy 13, 1868, at 12 o'clock M the
lollowing described public propoity, to wu:
0. E a I EAAl BOILER,
80 feet long and 3 loot tn diameter (with two 12 Inch
retui u Hues), mado of i-iuoU boner iron, with all tho
necessary aiipurtonances, including cast-iron tront,
gaupo cocks, globo valves, tced-pump, smoke stnoc
and hood, steam gauiro ( Aslicrof.'s patent), grate
bars, pipe, plugs, reducing pieces, eto., all in good
TWO WORIHINGTON SIEAM FORCE PUMPS,
Mo. 6, 18-incn cylinder. 9 inch stroke. 26 homa
power each, and each capable of pumping and
lorcing 100,000 gallons ! water per day Connected
with them are tho reouisite va.vcs, elands, eoup
lings, bends, elbows, doub,o-va:ve oil cups, eto.
1 In so l umps are comparatively new, and in com
plete working order.
A larvo quantity of W A I ER-I'IPB. ai follows :
6,12 loot ti-incb Cast Iron VYater-Pipo.
12 010 feet 8-mch
800 Ieot 2-inch Wrought Iron "
664 feet 14 inch Cast liou "
2,ti00 leet 1 j inch ' "
16(0 ieet 1-inch " "
6,000 feet '-inch " '
THIRTY ONE CAST IRON FIRE PLUGS
(Ay re's l atent), with all the necessary connections,
sucbasl's, benos, stop-cocks, elbows, lour-away,
pieces, etc., all in excellent condition, together with
ALL I HE TOOLS, Etc,
required for making alterauous aud repairs in water
Pipe, euch as Pipe Cutting Machines, Taps aud
Dies, Plyers, Crabs, DrillB, Punches, Caulking,
The Depot is accessible by water, and Ivessols of
the largest class can (10 loaded at tho whart.
Terms Casn, in Government funds.
De ivcrifs will be made to purchasers on or before
the lir-t ( 1st ) day ot August next.
A boat ior Uiesboro wbl leave the Sixth street
Whart every hour during the day 01 Bab.
Anv lurtoer lulormation that may be desired will
be given upon application, in person or by loiter, to
Captain George I Browning, A. Q. 11., Gitsboro,
D. C or at this office,
Bvt. Brig Gen U 8. A., in chargo
6 1 thstu 17 12 First Division, Q. M. G. O.
J. VAVGHAN MEBKICK,
WILLIAM B. MKREICK,
JOHN E. COFB
OUTIIWARK FOUMDUY, FIFTH AND
Ml. It HICK. 4 noNS.
FNGUiEfcU AND wACWNlST.
manufacture Hiuh and Low Pressure steam Engines for
Laud IiIvit. and Marine Service.
i.ollcrs, tiosomnters, Tanks iron Boats, etc.
Castings 01 all kinds, el.ber Iron or biuss
Iron irarre Roots lor Gas Works, Workshops, and
Itallrond Stations eto
Jii'torts and Uas Machinery, ot the latest aad most Im
proved consti action.
Kvcrv description of Plantation Machinery, and Sugar,
Paw, and Grist 41 Ills. Vacuum Puns. Open steam Trams,
Let'ecaiors, Kl.ters, Pumping KiirJnes etc
hole Agents for N. tt'lleux's Patent tvnuar Boiling
At'Darntiis, Ncsniytb's Patmt Mam Hammer, and A s
pinvtHll fe Woolsey's Patent Centrifugal ahg-ar Draining
Machine. f 30j
RIDESBURO MACHINE WOKKS.
No. 68 N FKON I' STREET,
We are prepared to All order to any extent for oar
MA( UINKHY FOR COTTON AND WOOLLF.N Mil LB,
Including a I recent Improvements in Carding, Spinning,
We invite the attention ot manntacturcrs to oar exten
1 IS ALFRED JENK8 & HON.
TpITLER, WEAVER & CO.,
MAN UFA CHEEKS OF
Manilla and Tarred Cordage, Cords
No 23 North WATESStrect and
No. 'li North DELAWARE Avenue,
Enwig II. Fitlib, Michael Weaver.
C'OMBAD F CLOTUlKa. S 14
O R N
E X O H A
V J RIO
4 u it s 1. 0 A l i. c I a. u u.,
No. Ill N. i KONT and Mo. 114 N. WATEU Street,
DEALERS IN BAOB AM) BAGGINQ
oi every uescrlptton, tor
Gialn, Flour, Halt. Huper P bosphate ot Lime, Bone
lame and small GCNNY BAGS constantly on bona.
2 tl tj Also, WOOL SACK..
John T. Bailit. James Cascade.
ALEXANDER (5. C ATT ELL & CO
PltOUUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
So. 26 NOKTli WBABYES,
NO. 27 NORTH WATRB 8TREET,
PHILADELPHIA. 2 2
ALIXAKDSB O. C ATT ELL. LUJAV O. ClTTIt&l
COTTON AND FLAX
SAIL DUCK ANO CANT A 8,
ot all numbers and brands.
Tent Awnlna. Irunk. and Wsson-CoverDuck. Also
Paper Jlaniiiactnrers' Iirler Felts, from one to sevaa
leet Wide; Paullns, Belting, Ball Twine, eto.
JOHN W. EVKRMAN A Co.,
IVt No lis JONES' -Alley.
WILLIAM 8. OBANT,
So. 23 8. LELAWARC Avtnue, Philadelphia,
Tlnpcnt's tlunpowder, Refined Nitre, Charcoal, Eto.
W. Baker & Co 's t'boeolate, (,'ooos, and Brouia.
Crocker Bros. A Co.'s Jeilow Metal tjueathuig, Bolts,
and Nails. 124
NEW PATENT 8EI.F VENTILATIN(3
PATENTED JANUARY 8, 1864,
Is the best and only perfect Solt-Ventllatlng Preserve;
lu the worldl and will keep such article a Vaaetabloaa
i rults, Meats. Uaiue, Vlah, UUk, Eggs, eto. eto.,
LONGKU, DHIKR. AND COLDER,
WITU LESS ICE,
Than aiiy other Refrigerator uow;in use I , ,
E. 8. FAHSON & CO..
4 201m , Kyi, M and Tit DOCK Street.
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