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TIIE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH PHILADELPHIA, FJ11DAY, MAY 31, 1807.
LETTER FRdX CAFE ISLAND, TIUORirB rSPSOIAl OORRBSrdTDMC- r.A,.it Island. May 29, 1HG7.-Th weather has been remarkably bad during the past Are or lx week but this morning the nun Is shining brightly, and the sir Is delicious. It Is the first time this spring that the ladles and chlldr. bare ventured to take a lengthened promenade en the bespb, The "busy note of preparation" is to be heard on all sides. Carpenters, painters, and wnlte washers are doln their best to have everything ready for the coming season, which It la antl lpaled will be a vory brilliant one. -Congress Hall." Mr. J. F. Cake, proprietor, will open Jane 1st; the "Columbia House." J4r George J. Bolton, Proprietor, on the 20lh the "United Btates," West & Miller, proprietors, n the 27tb; tho "Central House," Jerry Meeray, proprietor, on the 1st. and the "American House" Mr. Joseph Hughes, superlntendant, on the 20th. Soveral of the smaller hotels are already open, but there are no strangers here, except those on business. There are an unusual number of cottages to rent, at prices ranging from C300 to $700 for the season. It is expected that they will all be "snapped op" as soon aa the warm weather fairly sets In. There has been a marked Improvement here since the last season. Several beautiful and costly cottages have beon completed, and a aumber will be finished before the season com- . i sir nthara t.hnf. Wn nlr xnences. i nonce, 7- -"- II I H t) i U V R (JUD taoiu ' ' - , , : i. i, ...onv ciinvenieiiCCS. Charles A. Hu blcam, lOwq.. of l'hiludelphla, has remodolled two very pretty cottages on the other side of the same ttreet. They are tasteiully oruamentod, and attract much attention. Dr. Uouriionville, of Philadelphia, is putting up an expensive cot tage, but it will not be Hu Is tied this season. Among the most conspicuous and important Improvement of the season are three collages now being erected by Mr. B. 1). Button, nrcui tect. They are located ou a wide street, Just opened on the Columbia House property. Tney are not excelled for comfort aud the modern improvements by any cottages on the iHlftud. Xhey are arranged in such a, manner that a view ol the ocean can be obtained from each room. They are of the SwUs style of architec ture, with porches extending on three sides of the parlor. The exterior and interior finishings are very neat, and the three will be finished to harmonize with each other. They are owned by Messrs. Warue, Harrison, and Morris, merchants, f Philadelphia, who expect to move into them about the l&ili of June. The trustees of the Kpisoopul Church have laid a substantial foundation lor their new building. When completed, it will be a very beautiful building. It is in contemplation to put up several more new cottHges as soou as the season is over. The Island bids fair, in the course of five or six yeais, to outstrip Long Branch, and no douht will do bo, in consequence of the dan gerous bathing at that place. The hotel at Diamond Beach Is rapidly ap proaching completion, and the three-quurler mile track will be finished in the eurly part of July. The Association la chartered ana or ganized under the title of tho "Diamond Beach Park and Hotel Association. " Fr.iucU Mcll valn is President. Among the Directors I notice the names of George Howell, John Davis, .Lewis Cooper, and Thomas T. Tat, leer. The grounds embrace one hundred and twenty three acres, located on a high bluff, overlooking the bay for miles. It is intended to make it a pleasant resort for the respectable sojourners on the Island. Mark Hassler has been here tuning up bis Instruments for the coming season. It is hinted that he will have charge of both the band at the Columbia House aud the band at Congress Hall. He intends to inaugurate a new series of "Hops," and give some highly fashionable musical entertainments. "Whereshail we go this summer?" is a ques tion very olten asked, and echo answers to Cape Island, as it will be only two aud a half hours' ride lroui the city when the season fairly opens. An Improvement might be made in the man agement of the railroad depot here, which would not do any harm to the travelling com munity. THE' PENNSYLVANIA RESERVES. INTERESTING MEETING OF THB SURVIVORS AT HAR BISBORO. Habrisburo, Pa., May 31. Yesterday morning, the first annual meeting of the "Pennsylvania Reserve Association" was held in the hall of the House of Representatives. In the absence oi ex-Governor Curtin, the President, and General II. G. Sickel, the Vice President of the Association, ' Major-General S. W. Crawford was called upon to preside. At the morning session, Governor Geary, General John F. Hartranft, and General James 11. Campbell were elected honorary members; and at the afternoon session, a similar honor was conferred upon Generals Knipe, Jordan and "Williams, Major L. 8. Hart and John Gotahall, and Captain Riohard T. Stewart and "William B. Hart. The constitution whioh had been proposed at the January meeting was then adopted, after slight modifications, and it was resolved to hold the next meeting of the Association at Pittsburg, on the oOth of May, 1808. An in- cresting address was then delivered by Gene ral William H. McCandless, who was received, and frequently interrupted, with hearty ap plause. An election for Directors was held, the fol lowing Philadelphians being chosen among the rest: General McCandless, General Ho ratio G. Sickel, Colonel John Clark, Major Dick Ellis, Captain Timothy Meally, and Captain J. M. Blundin. Previous to the adjournment, several tele grams were received and read, among them the following from General Meade: Fhii.aski.puia, May 80. J, C. Haivey, Secretary Pennsylvania. Reserve. Association, Harriaburg: Your telegram was received last night, too late to suable me to accept. No written invitation re ceived. I regret the accident, as It would have given ml great pleasure to meet my old comrades la arms of the Reserves, my association wlili whom, con nected as they are with so many glorious battle fields, I can never forget, and to renew wblcb, all aud very occasion would be to oie moat pleasant. GEO. i. MEADE, Major-Generai U. 8. A. After the adjournment a meeting of the Di rectors was held lor the election of permanent officers, the old Board being reelected, with the exception of the Vice-President. The fol lowing are the officers for the ensuing year: President, Hon. A. G. Curtin; Vice-President, General William H. McCandless; Recording Secretary Major J. C. Harvey; Corresponding Secretary, Colonel John U. Taggart; Treasurer, Colonel J. P. Taylor. At 10 o'clock last evening the pleasing gath ering of these old companions in arms was terminated by a banquet, at which about one hundred of them were present. General Craw ford presided, and the whole affair passed off with great telat. WAITING THE ISSUE. In a private letter to a gentleman of this city, Horace Greeley sa?g: I.bog t0 ve that 1 have seen Infinite fh--Kittlnfrld of Dbv1" - tt Prisoner, and wn. MnRJbTwholhave I3 Rebels to become (in effect) Republicans, without seem, ing to betray their late leader, fcta afford to Bland the -howl, ' lor I can hear beyond tt. Look at the Hulas t ' Ay, look at the ruins of what were onra magnificent sets of teeth, to beauen everywhere In society. Look at them, and ante you.ri.elf if it is not marvellous that such destruction la permitted, when, by simply using Hozodont any tenth, however fraoiU, may be preserved from decay or blemish as long as life Ian taT The Great City, Mr.' Halliday'a play, at Drury Lane, is having a great success. It lias been cut and condensed. DHY GOODS. jt C. STIIAAVBIUDGE & CO. SILKS ! SILKS ! IIFAVT BLACK HBO C1BAIN9, fl79 AND liOl). TOR DEO SILKs) FOR SACqCKS, M OO ak aa-50. VERT II EAT Y GOLD EDGED SILKS. LAII SILK POPLINS, ftfOO. CHECK SILKS, ALL COLOR, 81-00 PER TABD. BLACK AND WHITE PLAID SILKS, 91. DEES 3 GOODS! NEW MATERIALS FOR TRAVELLING COKTUMES. IIViBED GRENADINES. SILK AM WOOL POPLINS. -KKNCII JACONET LAWNS, SI CENTS. 5000 YAliVtt ritENCII LAWNS, SO AND SI CENTS. COTTON GOODS ! SUllFiullicr Depression In Prices. Yard-wide Bleached Muslin, 12 cents. Excellent Yard-wlce Shirtings, 10, 18, and 20 ceuts. New York Mills, WUUamsvlU?, and Warn sulta. Wide Sheetings, very low. Pillow Muslins, 23,'and 25 cents. Good Yard-wide Unbleached, IS, 10, and 18 cents. Very Best Heavy Unbleached Muslins, 20 and 22 cents. Unbleached Sheetings, cheap. Cloth and Cassimere Depart ment. All-wool Casslmeres, 75, 85 cents, and 8100. Fine Casslmeres for Boys' Wear, 65 cents to 81 (jo. Mixed Casslmeres, for suite, 81 25. Silk Mixtures for Business Suits, 81 37 to 82 00. Linen Drll's and Docks. Stripe and Flald Linens. 61)00 yards Cloths for Ladles' Wear, one hun dred differen t sty les. Prices, 81 25 to 84 50. J. C. STRAWBRIDGE & CO. NORTHWEST CORNER EIGHTH AND MARKET STS. 1 UtamrpS PHILADELPHIA. PRICE & WOOD, N. W. CORNER EIGHTH AND FILBERT, HAVE J VST OPENED Two cases Colored Mohair Alpacas, choice shades. Floe French Percales, 37X cents per yard. Stripe Poplins, SO cents per yard. A cheap lot of Fluid Goods, 28 cents per yard. BLACK SILKS 1 BLACK BILKS 1 Very cheap. W MITE GOODS t WHITE HOODS ! White Plqnes, 50, 56. 62 i, 75, 80 cents, and l per yard. Handsome Plaid Muslins, very cheap. Bolt Finish Cambrics, Jaconets, and Nainsooks. Victoria Lawns and Swiss Muslins. Figured Swiss Muslins, from auction, cheap. Bhlrred Muslins, 62, 85 cents, lT2i, tl'25, and II 87 per yard. Best makes Bleached and Unbleached Muslins, at tbe very lowest market prices. Bargains in Ladles' and Heats' Hosiery and Gloves. Ladles' and Gents' Linen Cambric Hdkfs. A cheap lot of Worked Handkerchiefs, from auc tion. A large assortment of Linen Fans, very cheap. Ladles' and Misses' Hoop Skirts, best quality, 10 22 PRICE & WOOD. N. W. Corner EIGHTH and FILBERT fits. ARCE AND MACNIFICENT STOCK OF CLOTHS, S-4 AND 6-4 CABSIHERES, ICOATINUM, AND SACKINGS, CLOSIKCI OUT CHEAP AT TIIE CLOTH STORE OF WILLIAM T. SN0DCR1SS & CO,, NO. 84 KOCTII SECOND. STREET, AMD NO. S3 STRAWBERRY STREET, t 25 Ut PHILADELPHIA. CHEAP DRY 000 18, CARPETS, MATTINGS, OIL CLOTHS, AND WINDOW SHADES. V. E. ARC'HAMBATTLT, '8 N -EVKNTU and MARKET Streets, opened this morning;.! torn auction Ingrain CarpeU. all wool, at 76c., 87c., fl. il-25,11'87. ud 11-bU. Ingrain Carpets, wool filling, 4oo,, 60o and M. English Tapestry Brussels Carpets, only 1176. Entry aud bUlr Carpels, 26c. to 75c, Bag CarpetsT 45c, to 76c. Hemp Carpets, 86c, to 62c Floor Oilcloths, Sue. Window bhadea, tl to fa. Plain Window Hol land, 600. White Matting. 87o. to 500. Red Matting, 4c. to 6oc. Woollen Druggeta, tl to Situ, fata I r U Cloths. 26c. Bprlua Ctilutwa, jac. to juo. LaLnes lac. M usiins. lie. To 2(c N. K. Corner EPEVJiTH and MABKKT-Btreet. J CHAMBERS, NO. 818 AKCH STREET . Novelties Opening Lmij Iteal Cluny Lacua. Black Oulpurs Laces. Points A ppllciue LaoeS, Polute de Uut Laces. Thread Veils from LttO. WHITE GOODS. Marseilles for Dresses Bargains. -irniirb Muslins, I yards wtue, sisiwmi. Shirred and Tu ucked I3 Muslins; lu twiiim I.oiib ciotn ( I'luld, biflpe, aud Plain Nalimook i liulnh Cambric, 1A, ytd wide ( CaiutwlO Jgla gs a luMulUiua, iiw dmiua. varl eiieaa. son ad DRY GOODS. gpninc and cunr.icn rxrEe& goods, FROM THE LATE AUCTION SALES. The sacrlfloas Importers bars been compelled to submit to In db-posing of their storks In tba AUCTION ROOMS THIS SPRING, Have enabled ns to oflter attractive styles) AT VERT LOW PRICES, With a determination to keep our trade active. Pur chasers may feel confident that our Block in each de partment will be sold AS LOW AS ANT HOUSE IN TIIE UTYi f UUWLN &T0DDART & BROTHER, KOS.450,45S,AND454N.SECONDSTREET linn ABOVE WILIX)W. 3IGUTEEN CENTS FOR LAWNS. t WENTT CENTS FOR LAWNS. CURWEN bTODDART & BR0IHER, NOM. 490,499, AND4S4 N. SECOND STREET. t'it AltOVK VflLtdtW. rpWENTY-FIVE CENT DRESS GOODS FOR SrRING AND SUMMER. CURWEN bTODDART & BROTHER, VON. 430,499, AND 494 N.SECONI STREET. 29 8t ABOVE WILLOW. THIRTY-FIVE CENTS FOR D 0 UBLE-FOLD M0ZAMDIQ UE. CURWEN ST0DDART & BROTHER, NOW. 490, 432, AND 4S4 N. SECOND STREET. 5tt9Ht ABOVE WIL1AJW. FRENCH LAWNS AND ORGANDIES, FROM AUCTION. CURWEN STODDART & BROTHER, NOS. 430,439, AND 434 N. SECOND STREET. 6 lit) it AUOVK WILLOW. gPBING AND SUMMER GOODS FOR BOYS' AND MEN'S WEAR, FROM AUCTION, AT REDUCED PRICES. To obtain a good suit, buy the material, and have it made. CURWEN STODDART & BROTHER, NOH.430,432,AND4S4N.NECONDKTREET, 0 29 31 AHOVK WILLOW. Q R E AT BARGAINS IN DRESS GOODS. JAS R. CAMPBELL & CO.. NO. 727 CHESNUT STREET, 628imrp PHILADKLPHIA. gPLENDID STOCK OF LlNEIxS AND HOUSE-FURNISHING DIIY GOODS, A.t Rodncod l?iioos. A NEW IMPORTATION OF BUFERIOR EXTRA FINE AND HEAVY Double PamaBk Table Linens. 'J able Cloths, two to seven yards long. Napkins and Iioylles to match. HuckuOHck, Diaper, aud Damask Towels. '1 owellngs of every description. Bird's-eye Linen, Linen Lawns, Boll Heavy Diapers, all widths. Heavy plaid and figured loor Linens. IticuttruHon's. bmy tu's, jtnd Dunbar s Linens, (sheeting and Pillow Linens, all widths, furniture Cbintres and furniture Dimities. Linen Aiaierlals for Dusters aud Travelling Suits and furniture and Carriuge Coverings. W hite Linen Holland, lor window shades. Fine Uause Summer Blankets. Klegant Marseilles Qullta, entirely new styles, wltb ceutre pieces, embroidered In colors. Counterpanes and Blankets, all descriptions, Gauze and Bummer Flannels, all wldtiia. Embroidered and printed Piano and Tuble Covers. Klegaut printed aud plaid Flannels for bacques. Also, a large assortment of white and colored Tarla tans; while and colored Mosquito Netting, with Frames complete; Lace and Muslin Curtains, Cornices, and Curtain Materials; Window bhades. Also, a de partment lor White Goods, Hosiery, and Bmple Kax broideries, Domestic Muslins and bheetlugs, SHEPPARD, VAN HARLINCEN & ARRISON, 6 it li TV MO. 10 )S CIIESNUT STREET. 1807!!! AX ATTRACTITE CORNER! BEAUTIFU- DISPLAY i ELEtiANT OOODS t PRICES IOW We have pleasure In ssylng that we are able to offer an unusually attractive and elegant BTOCK OV OOODS, and at P&1CES DECIDEDLY CHEAP. RICII IIEATT BLACK SIEKS. MOMA1RM, I.UKTRES, POPLINS. SHETLAND SHAWES FOB SS. PIANO AND MEEODEON COVERS. CLOTHS, CASSIHEUES, AND DBILLS, BEST HOOP SKIRTS, ALL SIZES. LINEN CiOODN, MVS-INS, FLANNELS, ETC. ETC. All goods sold at the very lowest posilblelprlces.and warramed as represented, JOSEPH H. THORNLEY N. E. CORNER EIUIITH AND SPBINO OABDEJN STREETS, Established in 1662. 81 3m8p NDIA G H A 17 L 8. GEORGE FRYER, No. 916 CHESNUT STREET, HAVING A LA ROB STOCK OV INDIA 8 II A TV L B On band, will offer them for the next threo weeks at greatly reduced prioes, less than ever offered before. ig ana Ladles in want of this article will do well topu. chase now, as great Inducements w bo offered. DRY GOODS. J E D U C T I O N. - EDWIN HALL & CO., No. 28 SOUTH SECOND STREET, WOUI.D RESPECTFULLY INFORM THE PUBLIC AND TUEIR PATRONS That they have ijoduced the prioes of all kinds or GOODS, and they make It a specialty to watch the market prices of all goods In whioh tbey deal, and are enabled publicly to assert that they are prepared to sell ALL KINDS OF SILKS AND DRY G03D3 At tho Lowest Market Rates, AND IN THIS RESPECT CHALLENGE COMPETITION. Purchasers, by comparing tho list of prices elsewhere, can readily be satlsfled of the truth of the above assertion. 6 30 31 1 8 5 7 H e m O V A L. J. M. HAFLEIGH, No. 902 CHESNUT STREET, DATING DETERMINED TO CLOSE OUT UIS ENTIRE STOCK OF SPHINQ AND SUMMER DRESS GOODS, REFORE REXOVINU TO HIS NEW SI ORE, Nos. 1012 and 1014 CHESNUT St. WILL OFFER TIIE SAM f, ON AND AFTER MONDAY, MAY 7, At snch reduction In prices as will Insure the ssle of all DRESS FABRICS, a large portion of which will be sold at ONE-HALF tbe former prices. 6 27 mwlTit 229 FARIES & WARNER 229 NOItTII NINTH BTttEET, ABOVE RACK. Have Just received from recent Auction Sales: One cm be cutch Dress Uinghxins. 3ic worth C Heel lilack Alpacas, 45, M), &t 60, Wc, etc. Spring All-wool I'laid Shawls, worth (1'30. ISew and choice styles Spring- Calicoes. Double width All-wool Delaines, 68c. llluck and Wnlte iiiUnjoroU, very low. Alt-wool TwedB, boys' wear. 7&C f ower Loom Table Linens. 65, 75, and SSc. Linen Towels, Wi, lb, is. 2o,v5 inc., etc. Apron and Nursery Dinner, Napkins, Doylies, etc. Ladles' Linen Handkerchiefs, IS, 18, 20, ZZ, aud &c Lad Its' told Jiord'd HeiiiHtltctied. 87!,c, worm ooo. Gents' Linen Handkerchief, 23, 25, III, 37.',, and too. Gents' Hemstitched Handk'ls, 50, 62, 75, 87,c, eta Gents Hummer Cotton Undershirts, 76c French Woven Corsets, tl'25. WHITE dOODS! WHITE GOODSl Flald Nainsooks, 2io. up. Pl.ln Nainsooks, 25, 81, , iOo., stc. Victoria Lawns, SI. 87;2. 45, &oc, etc. 'White Piques, 60c.; Corded do.,62,'ji and 75c Wide bhlrred AiusliiiH, 75, b6c. and (I. Bo ft fjuisU Jscouets. 25 VI, 87,,, aud 6"C Butln Plaid Nainsook, for wrappers, 50c . Swiss Mulls, Molt Finish Cambrics, eta. Linen Shirt Fronts, 80, 87S, 45, SO, 60, 2,'' and 75c Three-ply Linen C'ufls, lac DOMESTICS I DOMESTICS! One case Bleached Muslin, K'ic, best yet. One bale yard Unbleached. iec., worth 18c. Bleached Muslins, 10, I2S, 1, IS, to, 22. and 25c 2)i yds. wide Bleftthtd blieellng, 45c 2,'a " " " 50.68,and5c Pillow Case Muslins, 22 and 25c All-wool Domet Flannels, cheap. Heat makes Bleached Muslin. Wllllamsvllle. Wamsutta, Semper Idem. Forestdale, Bay Mills, Superior Shining. New Jersey, Montgomery, Manaway, Waltham, Pacific btraflbrd, etc FARIES & WARNER, 120 NO. a NORTH NINTH STREET. Ho. 11U1 CUJ-JsNUT Slreeu E. M. NEEDLES & CO., ELEVENTH AND CIIEMNVT, OFFER SPLENDID ASSORTMENTS or LLAMA LACE POINTE3. T11KEAD LACK PUINTKS, LLAMA LACK KOTONDE9, PLAIN AND POINTED LINEN CAMBRICS, PLAIN AND PRINTED PIQUES, EMBROIDERED BREAK FAbT BETS, MATERIALS FOB WHITE BODIES, AT LOW PRICES. K8 XI1K83H3 10H 'OJH 8. W. Comer of 2Toxurtli and AjtoU 6t LARGE STOCK OF SUMMER QUILTS. 10- 4 AND 11-4 LANCASTER QUILTS. 11- 4 llONKTCOItlBMUIMN. 1M.N14 AN W IIU'K M.S. LLTSQUILTS. ' 1INKST WHliK (ILTM IHPOHTKO. ltU'lUM Ml'PrLieu WITH illr, N A PH INN, TOWKIM, TAUUhl LINENS, bllEETINuS, ETC. 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The postage to all parts of the United States is only five cents per quarter or twenty cents per year, paya ble at the Post Office on receipt of paper. Tbe committee appointed to distribute the GIFTS IN KELLKY'8 GRAND JJOHTH AMERICAN GITT COC'EKr, will publish their report In full in "Kel ley's Weekly.". .... . . , . Bend the names of each subscriber, Post OfUce ad dress, Town, and State, in full. ' , Money by Draft, Post Office Order, Express, or In Registered Letters, may be sent at oar risk. Address all communications to flP A. A. KELLEY & CO., NO. GDI BROADWAY, NEW YORK CITY. i TO RENT. O -Cf.OVEKNOOK COTTAGE" AND OROUJSL TO HEJST. A very desirable place 01 16 acres, or the House, Lawn, Garden, fclabling, Ice House, etc separately, with a prolusion of fruli and vegetables and liurdeu 011 the place adjolulua "Coruwelis" fetation, on the Philadelphia aud Iran to u ltwllroad, 12 utiles from city propor. House carpeted and niat'ed and iiarlly furnished. Kent low. Aoolvto OfcOltUE: L. bKNAV, Ho, Hi CilEdJS'UT Street! up stair. 27uawr at 1 TO RENT DESIRABLE COTTAGE, With Coach House and btable. Situation M.U Hud healthy, with plenty of dude. Only tttleau min ute, ride ty n'tain twelve time, daily. Apply at No. 26 CHEhlS DT bueet. a 27 at a TO LET-PART OF TUB HOU813 NO. rm H. FOURTH Street, below Lombard, east siue. Inquire ou the premises. References re tulred. 6 2s ffTO LET CAPE ISLAND FURNISHED JL Cottage to 1 let. 11 rooms, Photograph or which oa he aeen at N. E. coruer of TNTII uad CHE-tXLT fclreets. itl ,f REDDING OF MVEItY DKSOItlPTIONI AT ITEDTJOl-JJ IItICJE9. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, MO tS3 B1DGE AVENUE NEAR VINE ST. J. 0. FULLER. AUCTION SALES. HIT; ronn, Anctionr. 0 PL h A N i M c oj; AUCTION AARS. o. fcMAllKlfcireet. BALK OF 1200 CAPKS B(HT, nOE8 BROOANfl RAI.MOHALH, Kl'ii ' JJROa'N8' )n Monday morning. Jure J, commencing at io o'elm-k.we will n K catsloRne, for cash. law eaaes men'., boy" .'and 57 ih? Hoots. Hhoes,HroKan..ltalmoraH, eio. A leo, wom. rn.se' and children's wear, embracing a prime m if desirable aorln.ent of good, from city .n l taS eXX "ctur8" hl" tbeattenton of helrt.le ij tmu. .TJ,N J1' WTERS A CO., AUCTIONEERS fj oa. 222 and 284 MARKET blreev. LAROK rKRFMrTORY HALF, OF FRF.NCTT AND OTHER EUROPEAN DRY GXHh;eTo7 t ... On Monday Morning, June a, at 10 o'clock, will be .old, by catalnme on four mouths' credit, afcout 700 lota ofFrench India .assort nient of lancy and siaple articles In Tukil wrfd",wooll',u.''ne"s.aiiU cotton.. H. B. Goods arranged for examination and cata logues ready early ou moruing of sale. "a asst LARGE PEBKMPTORY BALK OF BOOTH. BTTOKA TKAVELLIKti BAGS. 81 HAW SkhT' . ... tu Tuesday Morning, lv June 4, will be sold, at pi o'clnok, by catalogue oa lactur'e. KBD8' etC" 0f oltjr mn1 anu n,,5,1r..Bm!I1tlon w,,h 10sues early oja the morning of sale. 6 4j, THOMAS A PONS KriQ 10a im . B. WiMH blreeu ' " " SALE, OF VAIUABLB jLOANS, 8T0CK8. REAL t ...... .u Tuesday, c&V.aincridCeln00n' " h-'-Ph-Kx. 7i'00 loan City of Philadelphia, old. Kr2Yr,n.?r.,."i?,'IY"01" Hullroad, per cent. IKtiOhchuyiklll Kavlgatlon Ooiiverllhle loan. lU.OWl U. 8. loau. ISM. .i(i(;0 Pennsylvania Pallro.d, 6 per cent. fsuiiC Pennsylvania BtaieBs. lol shares Pennsylvania Itallroad. 2.17 shares Mlnehlll and Schuylkill Haven Railroad- Estate ol Heury Uiim.deo'il. -ISroU.B. loan, 18.01. 5K U. . loan, May, U0 U. b. 7 &uloan, June. E.xecutors' Sale. 1 .hare Academy of 1'iue Arw. 1 share Philadelphia Library Company. 1 share Philaoelphia Museum. is hIikicb t oniliient.il Hotel. losharea Merchantu' and Mechanics' Ins. Oo. 1 .hare Polut Breete Park Aseoclaliou. Box. stall No. 4i do. 1 share Mercantile Library Company. Eor other Accounts 2C0 .hare. Lehigh Crane and Iron Co, 1 Ml share. Pen na. bait Manufacturing Co. W bhares Bank oi buiyrua, Del. iitisharee Elrst National Bauk. Camden, N.J. 100 shares Delaware Mutual luf. Co, loos hares Ereedoiu Iron and Steel Co. 40V bhares Black Hiumond Coal and Iron Co. 41-0 shares Phteuuc Ins. Co. 6i bhares A otl-Incrustailon Co. (HiO shares Mashannou Coal Co. lSkhares Third National Bunk. to bhures Central Transportation Co. loO shares Empire Transportation Co. Sd shares houtnern Trauportatlon Co. 112.000 L'ulou Cuunl t per t-ent. bouds. ItKAL ESTATE. AKCH STREET, No. 2017 Elegant residence, with, every convenience, 21 by 140 feel. Immediate posses sion. bPKUCK, N.W. corner Thirteenth Elegant reel deuce, 'J5 leet-lronL Imuirdiate poxsesslon. EKANKLia UQTJABE, No. 244-Modern resi dence. BHOAD, N. W. corner Filbert Modern residence. TENTH, N. W. corner Catharine Modern resi dence. bPllUCE, No. 711 Modern residence and coach l.ouie. - WALNUT. No. 8724-Neat stone drelllng. FKANKEOMiJ HO AD AND JUNCTION RAIL ROAH Valuable resldeuce and lots. CLAYMONT. DELAWARE Elegant residence, coach house aud largo lot. BVBEBBY ROAU 10, acres handsome Country Piace. MADISON, No. ?08 Three story brick dwelling. T WELTH, W. W. corner Stiles Genteel dwelllncr. FRONT AND SOUTH, S. W. coruer-Tavera stand. SIXTH, below Columbia Avenue Building lot. MORRIS, Weil of Sljtth building lot. WlNTtK, Nos. au27, gu2f, 2oal. 2u43,2045, and 2037 Genleel dWtlUnKs. MAIDEN LANE Valuable property, suitable for brick 5 tiros. SEVENTEENTH, No. 47, south of Arch-Modern 1 HANSFORD ROAD, No, 122-Frame dwelling. GREEN, Nos. H7, lua, ill, 113, and 115 Five brick dwellings, and la.ge lactory on Tamarind street. VINE, Nos. UiU and 1014. and I02j Morgan, and 10 dwellings Boyd's court Lot. 80 by 164 leel. CHEHRY, No. 22 Genteel dwelling. RiDGE ROAD, Nos. 2121 aud ii23 store. and dwell- ' Idks. FIFTH, above Poplar, No. 810 Genteel dwelling. TENTH, above Poplur. No. ;l Modern dwelilug. CHEHRY No. 821-Flve brick dwelling. J utuhr, ino.. sooand 807 Two genteel dwellings, FRONT, Nos. 62tf and 828. aoutu of Greeu Fo out IJBUIV uwriiuign. CUM BERLAND, No. 427-Genteei dwelling. . SYCAMUKE Building lot. ' TWENTY-FIRST WARD-Four building lots. GROUND-RENT $175 a year. JM. GUMMEY & SONS. AUCTIONEERS No. frue WALNUT Street Hold Regnlar Bales ot RIAL Ebl'ATE, b'l'OCKS. AND BECTJRITIBH AT THE PHILADELPHIA EXCHANGE Handbills ol each property iseued separate luoo caialoKuea published and circulated, containing full dewirlplious of property to be .old, as alao, a par tial list el properly contained In mil knji Ketate Roicla. ter. and obered at private .ale. bales advertised dally In all the dally newspaper .... , BALE ON MONDAY, Juue S, will Include ORPHANS' COURT BALE Estate of Alexander Galloway, deceased. Stone Residence and lot of grout d, Alleu's laue, Tweuty-secoud Ward, uear Oex- J tl 1 0f o. BY ORDER OF nEIRS-EstateofRoger MoDonald. dece.sed.-lwo-.tory brick Tavern Wid four brio k Lwelllugs. corner of Twenty-fourth aud Caid- ."rk'eSsSr'ege"" WAbHl GTt'N ."-WLTARE AND LOCTJST STREET leetiont 018 "C"' Uil We OUo,, 'ud lA1' HANDbOME MODERN RESIfiKJSTCE-No. 818 Eoulh Tenth street. " CHFN LT blREET. WF8T PHlCADELPHIA.-f H andboiue Modern Reeldenee, Fourth, east of Fortiefl aneet. north side. SOUTH F1VTU STREET No. 1 808 Fairfax place Elevf n brick Dwellings and Lot, 42 by lao feet. , EXECU'lORS HALE-rlilute of Stephen Benton, -deceased. Four modern three-story brick Dwelling! Nos. 1122. 1124,116. aud His Carpenter street. Same Estate Two three-story brick Dwellings. Koe. 1M6 and Kits King, now Cross street, below Dio ker.ou alreet. same Estate Two two-story Dwellings, west .le Church, now Otsego street, between Reed aud Prima streets. Same Estate Brick Messuage and lot of ground. Na 1740 Federal street. Same Estate Yearly Ground Rent of t(12'S0. HhojO Estate Eight yearly Ground Rents of 852 each. bame Estate Five yearly Ground Rents ol fl8 each. one of fwi. and one ot s4. 8 2stt SAMUEL C. FORD & SONS, AUCTIONEER! Ko. W 6. FOURTH Street, ' . Pales of Real Estate, Stocks, Loans, ate, at Pbn delphia Exchange, every Friday at 12 o'clock, noon Our sale, are advortlbed In all the dally and severs) of the weekly newspaper, by separate handbills each property, and by pamphlet catalogue., oue wiu ov isauea on w eaiteeuay pre ceding each aaie. H HA L ESTATE AT PRIVATE SALE, FCT?Sv?Af'E8 HOUSEHOLD FURNITTJRHL B. bOOlT. Jr., will give bis peraoual atteiulon to .ales ot household furniture, at the residence of parties removing or breaking up housekeeping, the moat favorable terms. CEDAR CLOTHES Ch"kmTS, FUR AND MUFF HOX ICS, On Monday Morning Next, Jone 8. at 11 o'clock precisely, at Scott's Gal lery, No. 1W0 Chesuut street, will be sold without; reserve, an invoice of bent quality cedar clothes chests, fur and muU' boxes, all luauulactured of baa! red cedar, aud Mulshed In hist-cliuis style. TERRA COTTA AND OTHER FANCY GOODS Also an Invoice ol terra oolta aud other fancv good. .silver-plated Ice-pllchera, etc. etc 5 a at PANCOAST & WAR NOCK, AUCTIONEERS NO. 840 MARKET STREET. c. C. MICKEY, AUCTIOSBBI Oatoe 421 CXIM it KM K BtrM. .ait BY THOMAS BIRJCH & BON, NO. 1110 CUES NUT Street, above Eleventh street. ZlZl PATENT WIRE WORK FOB BAILINGS, BTORM FRONTS, GUAU1X4. PARTTTTONS, FT COAL BCR.EEJS8, FOURiiltlklER WliUus, MjbOiWuridred by M. tVALJAER A SOSfS, W 8n Nu, u H. tolATil Wrevt,