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THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2, 1809.
3 rrmvs suair.iAn.'g. Domrntta Alfiilro. Hold cloned ycntcrday at 130!. Tlic Klk county KeiiuUicuiis have elected two Geary drtcgntCH. Provisions are being made to prevent oyster piracies on the .Tunics river. H. II. Cnncy hnn bacn appointed Register of Hie I.ind Ofllec nt New Orleans. Dredging operations nrc to lie commenced nt the mouth of tlio Mississippi. The rorncr-tonc of a Krccdmcn's College was laid yesterday in Atlanta, (Ja. Tho rcvenuo receipts for the month of May, from all sources, amount to ir:i.0(K,UO0. James H. (Juthrie. a clerk n.iil legal adviser in the Treasury Department, lias rcsignod. Captain w. it. West, fir-t olliccr of the teaiHship (Jolden City, died at tM May 2 1. A lionrd of ollicers has bin-a appointed to cxiuninc into the physical conditio!) of the West Point cadets. 2,'iO,(KK) aeres of public l.md will be sold at Denver City, i'oliirli. Sale to commence on the 13th of next September. Major (ienernl riiomas and staff arrived at 8n Francisco on Monday, ten days and seven hours from Now York. At the Union Course. L. I., yesterday, the two opening races of the spring meeting were won by ".Lady Sears" and "(bvirgo M. I'atehcn." The eurrenev balance in t lie Trc.isnrv is et down nt ?17.'i.V.(MK. and the gold b.il ince 84, ()()!),(. 0(, besides gold rt'!p.-Hs amounting to 2:i,0(Kt,0(H). The Maryland State. Convention of Tlepnu licuii colored inert met yojnrilny in Halli;nore. Judge Hoid is their favorite candidate for liov ernor of Maryland. Hereafter minor troiKes between the -United Mates and the Spani-h auihoritii's in Cuiaareto tie t-ettled wit't Mr.- Spanish Minister in Wa'hiugti'it, wdhout ref .Tenc to the Captain General. A watch stolen from the dead body of Frank Walker, at the Angola railroad disaster, was recovered ycKtcrday. It, had been iraeetl tliro'iiuii nix holders to the supposed thief, .lame E. Kobbins, of New York. I'orclan Affnlro. Lonoon, .Tune 1. The linihi .Wins says it is t-iitistaclory to find that President (ir.int's gov ernment has a policy of conciliation and peace ou the question between England mid the United States. The Xewn is anxious to know the basis on which the new deliberations are to bo con ducted, hut if Mr. Motley's suggestions to Lord Clarendon are pervaded by the spirit breathed .it Liverpool, Americans may reasonably hope tor success. England would be content to accept u settlement arranged by Motley and Clarendon. The TtU'grapk says any proposals made by Mr. Motley will be weighed on their merits, as Eng land, having made a protest against Mr. Sum ner's doctrines, has dismissed it from considera tion. The Star rejoices at the friendly tone of the American Minister. London, June 1 Midnight. The Trili Church hill was rend for the lirst time in the Houe of Lords to-night. The second re. ling will le on the 14th instant. Dl'in.iv, June 1 It is rimored that Earl Spencer, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, is about to resigD. Hkklin, Juno 1. The North Germ aa Parlia ment has passed a law taxing h its of exchange, malt, and sugars. Vienna, June 1. Minister Jay was to-day in troduced to Huron von Beust by Mr. Watts, the retiring Minister, and afterwards had a special audience with the Emperor, and presented his credentials. Fi.okkni'E. June 1. The rejection by the rurliament of the financial plans proposed by Digny will probably lead to his withdrawal from tlie Cabinet and to further ministerial changes. Havana, June 1. Advices from the City of Mexico to May have been received. Many of tlie Mexican States have refused to execute the law of Congress for the suppression of party de monstrations. General Mirafontas, compromised by the revolution in Queretaro, has been de graded lrom his rank in the army. The Congress had absolved Generals Alvarez, Davaloo, and Montevcrde from the charges of disloyalty. Kidnappers were being prosecuted with vmusvtd rigor throughout the country. Governor Htsstainente has been acquitted of the sharps of conspiracy. Colonel Mayer remained in prison. Telegraphic communication across Mexico was complete from the Atlantic to the Pacific. A condueta of 3,00O,0il(J was on the way from the capital to Vera Cruz. New Yoiik, June 1. A t-pt ; I tl from Mexico ays the statement in American journals th.it Mexico was desirous of raising money by sell ing Sonora is indignantly denied, and Minister Koseerans denies sending any despatches to that etiect. G.Uierre. has been captured and shot. .Romero's bill for the issue of s.ii(K),00() in paper money has failed in Congress. Ernest Hcrdcll had arrived from Paris to take charge of the French Legation. Sixteen of Palacio's otticeis were shot by General Tuit, in Siualoa. Palacio was sur rounded, but escaped. Congrc-s was discussing the forcigu debt. Corrabias argued that all treaties with England, Spain, and Prance were annulled by their intervention in Mexico, and that new treaties were necessary before the pay ment of the foreign loan eouhl be considered. Much excitement was caused by an attempt of Congress to impeach the Judges of the Superior Court, tho latter claiming that ( longreiS had no power to judge their act. General Negrete was in the vicinity of Queretaro. TIi IViiiia. lie ci-v Awwocialioii. At the afternoon session in West Chester yester day, speeches were delivered by Colonel 11. li.d dle Roberts, General Reynolds, and ex-Governor Curtin. Tlie following were the olliecrs elected for the ensuing year: President A. G. Curtin. Vice-President General Williivm McCandleis. Secretaries Colonel John Ii. Taggart. and Major J. C. Harvey. Treasurer Colonel J. P.Taylor. Orator Colonel W. B. Mann. In the evening the members ol the association assembled in the dining-rooms of the Mansion House, and participated in a banquet which was iriven bv the citizens ot est Chester. 1 he following toasts were drank and responded to in order: 1st. "The President of the 1 m ted States. ' d. "The Governor of Pennsylvania." I-id. "The memory ot Wa-hiegton." 4th. lion.'.' Mil. th. 7th. 6tli. The President oj lli deserve Associa- "The memory of our "Our country." "Woman." "RuchUi and America. eu eomrtides. onoIi1ntioii o iiai ll I . A meeting of Hebrews was held last evenirfg, Harmonie Hall, at Eighth ami ionics street. for the purpose of considering the proprit consolidating in one organization tliuir a alms-triving societies In the city. Isador propriety oi Various ..1..iu-.riiM,i.r t.e u l I'ri 111 LUC citv. IB.IUOI J)IS- wamrer presided: Joseph Einstein, 8. Silberman, A H .Tsui lid St Abide. A.S. Wolf. David teller and M. HinuHi aeted ns Vice-Presidents; Lueido MnHH. -Michael Hassler and H. K Greeuewald were appointed Secretaries. F. If. UrSi. Esq.. addressed the mceiltl sketching the course of the various societies, from the origin ot the llrt one. fifty years ago, iimin tn tha iirese.nt time.. As the vioDulatton of the Hebrews in the city increased the number of Kocietiea likewise increased, but each was eu irlv independent of and separate from the other. So long ago as ten years this project of consolidation wa spoken of, and it has since imim deliberated upon and has finally resulted in the organization of the Society of the United Hebrew Charities of Philadelphia, in whieh, by net Of the Legislature, an inc, societies may upon , a vote oi inc inemoers, merge ami cou- K.,H.lilti4- Tt.u nhin of liavlng a central organization hai met wlH t,ie "PPr0Tal ' a" tll members and the couf!;reatlo,", iu tuu i''ty, ,IU 41 HP'i0 W(dl f. t, intelligence and determination of the lanmliteti to support their charities und render . ,,,o-e cfa-f.ui?. The plan adopted is ilirccVcd not only to Uie tlettroylcg nd preven- tion of street begging, by the judicious distribu tion of their alms, medicines, and clothing, hut to encourngo industry and thrift by making pniiill loans, without interest or other charges, and affording a place of deposit tor small savings of the meritorious poor, The Hoard of Govern ment will consist of a President, two Vice-Prcsi-rients, a Secretary, Treasurer, and twelve mem bers, one-third to be elected yearly. In addition, there will be an examining committee of tlilrty st.x ladles, who will have the entire citv under their supervision, a division being made of it Into twelve districts, thus giving three ladies to a district, to whom all applications for relief must lie made. After examinations, the committee will report to the Hoard of Government, who will hold weekly meetings to act upon such applications and reports, J lie only salaried ollicer will lie a superintendent, who will always be present at the room of the Hoard, to receive applications for relief, and, in the absence of certain oilicers, will act. The meeting was aUo addressed by Rev. Dr. J'eirsol, Rev. S. Morais. Rev. Dr. .last row, and Rev. George Jacobs. Resolutions expressing (he confidence of the meeting in the plan of action of the society and assurance of 'us success, were read and adopted. The Meeting then adjourned. THi: INDIAN WAK. Tlir licvenncs on the W'nr I'ntli - An I "urn. Oiled Sciitciiii'iit Attacked fourteen .Men, Women, nttfl Children .liaorcd. El.l.swoKTii, Kansas, June 1. The Indians are making trouble in Kansas, on the. extreme frontier ot the settlements. A party of about !&i Cheyenne attacked a small unprotected settle ment on the Saline river, about forty miles I runt Saline, and tine hundred uud sixtv miles west of Topcka. on Sunday evening. They came to wards evening, under the pretense oi friendship, anil massacred fourteen men, women find chil dren. The women were ravished, the men killed. So far as known, the wife and four children ot Thomas Alderic: one son. eleven years old, of Win. Hendricks: Andrias Allison's family, six in number, and the wife and sou of John Strang, are killed. The bodies were brutally mutilated, and great excitement prevails. Governor Harvey his called a battalion, of troop-, into the field tor six months, and Is now at Saline. A company of citizens went up to Saline river from Galena to re -cue some wounded men. The Indians have been seen near Ellsworth, Harker, Wilson Station, and Fort Hays. Gene ral Custer was out will, a couple of companies yesterdav. The Kansas Pacific Railroad runs as usual. Further depredations are not feared. The citizens are protcoting themselves, and prompt measures are being adopted for defense. It Is said this is merely a roving band, as there is no evidence of any general attack. AmoricsiiiM in Paris, List of Americans registered at the banking olli of Messrs. James W. Tucker .V Co., Nos. ! and ! Rue Scribe, Paris, for the w eek ending May Ut. Furnished bv Smith, Randolph A: Co.: Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Doyles, W. 11. Vandcrbilt. John G. Marshall. Dr. E. Bliss and wife. -New York: Commander R. B. Lowry, United States Navy. Mrs. R. B. Lowry and children. New York: Mrs. Millon Courtright. Miss Alice Court right. Eric, Pa.: Mrs. Henry W. Smith, Rinaldo M. Waters and family. Mr. and Mrs. Edward H. Clarke, (i. S. Partridge -'r., Mrs. F. B. Duvall. Mrs. A. P. Harnett, New York: T. S. Serrill, New bleans: Miss A. M. Hale, Miss Mary C. Shannon, Miss Mary Shannon, Boston: Rear-Admiral Rad ford, Lieutenant-Colonel F. 8. Brown, Lieutenant W. W. Folger, U. S. S. Franklin: J. II. Planner, North Carolina; Charles P. Taft, Cincinnati; Alexander Pope, Jr.. Robert T. Swan. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Perry. Boston: II. Krcismann, Ameri can Consul at Berlin: Charles W. and Mrs. Darling. Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Mygatt, F. I. Free man and wife, New York; Mrand Mrs. II. P. Kidder and family, Boston; Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Heuston, San Francisco; E. C. Johnson. Boston: Mis-. Jennie L. Covl, Detroit; Mr. John Jay. New York: Rev. James R. Boyd and family, Geneva. New York; Mr. and Mro" E. W. Lehman, Philadelphia: J. (J. A. Warren. Boston: W. T. Patterson, Miss A. Crane. New York: Mrs. V. S. Packer. Brooklyn: the Mi-scs Silliman. New Haven. MARINE TELEGRAPH. For ailditiimal Marine AYtes fee First Pane. ALMANAC FOR PUILADKL.PHIA THIS DAY. SrN Rises 4 :i'evoos Kisjis II 4:t hus Skis 7 i')illinn WAitn Ml riHLADKLmiA HOARD OF TKADK. HFMiY WINSOIt, ii:onor. N. Ai.i.r.N, Committee of the Mcn hi. tiKO. -VoiUUSON C'OATFfO MOVli.MKNTS OK OCKAN KTKA.MslHPM. Hilt AM I . HII! A. Aialmita IximKin Nw York May S Hlht-rmitn l.ivnool ...,Nov York May l:t Hruitiiuia GlttsKow Nw York M.iy 14 raritu Liverpool Now York via los...Mitv IS ManliHttHn Liverpool New York .Mtty VA LouiRiana Liverpool Now York May l't Iowa t.lasKow New York May 22 t'ityof Cork ... .Liverpool New York via Hal .. .May 22 tfpliona liOnaon now lorit 3iay jj Ohio Southampton. ...Halrimore May 22 f OK KUKOFK. BtthHia New York. ...Liverpool Jnnft '2 Nehrai-ka New York. ...Liverpool June 2 I'. KniKtlom New Y'ork. ...tilaKow June .2 5lulta Now York. ...Liverpool lane Anipnca New York. ...Hremen June : Viririnia New York. ...Liverpool June n Hacien New York. ... ;lannow June o Britannia Now York. ...tilasirow June 5 City of 1'aria... . .New York. ...Liverpool tune 6 Tripoli New York. ...Liverp00 June 5 IManliauan new x orK. ...laverpooi June 7 llnlaatia New York Hamhurc June R Java JVew York. ...Liverpool June It of Limerick... New York Antweru .June 9 C. of lialtimore. . New York. ...Liverpool June 1'2 Villedef aria. ..New Vork.... Havre June 1! BelloDa New York London June 15 UOAS I WISK. JJOMKST1U. JtTU. J. W. F.verniaa. .Philada Charleston June 3 f.airie New York. ...Havana une 3 Tonawauda Philatla Kavannah J uno A Mariposa New York. ...New Orleans June 5 Creacont City . . .New York. ...New Orleans. lune A Alorro Castle. ...New York. ...Havana June 1(1 City of Meiico. .New York. ...Havana V. Cruz. . .June 18 Juniata Philada N. Orleans and liav.June 19 mails are forwarded bv every steamer in thereirular linea The steamers for or from I.ivorpool call at tueenstownei- oeptthe Oanadian line, wuicu call at Londonderry. The learuers for or from the Continent call at boathainpton. CLKARKD YICSTKRDAY. Steamship Brunette. Howe, New York, John F. Ohl. Steamer K. WilliiiK, CunditT, Kaltiuiore, A. (.roves. Jr. Harqut: havunuuh, hoaite, bmnbrero. Mora Phillips. ling KmelNior, lirowo. liarbados, K. A. Kouder A. Co. Sehr A. M. Flanafran, CdlinMt Jofrtrins, N. S. Hi'br Certrudo, Coalwell, Boston, VVestmoreland Coal Co. ARRIVED YKRTKRDAY. Stfamftliip Toiiuvantla. JenniiiiH. 70 hours from Savan null, with cotton, rice. etc.. to Philadelphia and Southern Mail Steamship Co. Passengers -r.. Newmaver. latlv. two children, and servant : aiiss It. Kaieuel: Mr. J. K. tjomn and lady; Mr. W. 11. Darlington: Mr. W. r. Holland; Mr. o. Al. Appleate; it. Murray: Miss r . Kanoiel : Mr. t en; pini; Mr. and Mrs. Hi. Idle ; Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd, two chil dren, and servant ; Air. and Mrs. tv'holl; J. Lue; Miss Millward; Miss foiriMnt: Mr. J. h. liuriress: P. Morton Mr. Hoe ku niter; Mrs. Cuerarri ; Mr. J. K. Knitol; Mr. F. Idgcmi; Mr. 1 1. 1' . Smith : Air. h. H. Murray h. Kent Mr. and Mrs. V. Moselur. l'ussed iu the Lav. t,ound uo hriifs Kssex, from Maianas; Idalia, from Havana . Corira, from i'aibarien ; tioldun Ae and Aouidneck ; also, two hanjues and tivr tiriirs, nHtiii'S unknown. isU'uiner s. r. I'Meips, thrown, if4 hours troin ftew York, sith uidee. t4i W. M. itaird & Co. Sclir Isaac Rich. (Vowell. froiM BosUjn. with linnecd to John 1 . ia'V.1s a tsro. BKLOVV. Suhr Isaac Baker. Purves. from Matnnzas: one full riffge-d Italian hrig ; one full-rigged British briK; Mid ontt lumber louueu iicrm urie. v.rr.i,.h tit net fif The Kftnltta TrlHirarih. New Yoiik, Juuol. l our liuht bailies leave to niKlit for Haltimote. Bal i imohk, June 1. The following barge leave in tow to nilil eastward : i; l' Hier: truiK l.. JuRloR: win. a very ; ironsides F.llen liunson; and Louis itoyer, all with coal, fur New York. ' MEMORANDA. Kbiii Wm. Ciiiiiiiiinus. Miller, sailed from New Orleans 31st nil. lor Liverpool, with 'A'M bales of cotton and Boutl staves. ,. : i Steamship I'liuiy. meaerson, lur ruiiaueipuia, mudu from Providence 2!lh ult. . ,,.. SteaiillilK i ruuusi. w... .... . sanda, H. A., was spoken 2nth ult., 3o mile h. of Capes of BriK Tally Ho, Cbism, for Philadelphia, was loadin at Trinidad 12th ult. . .. . Brig r ive riroiners, luurefw, lHthulL. for New York Brm S. A. jenains, lM.li ult., forJ-lsmore. r.f...- ... M.- Bnif Aura, lioucuer, is "J, r. 7", , lork yeterday. She was reportwl bound to Philadelphia. bn g Mary c' Ornery, turnery, days from Caibarieu, at yjw Yerk veerftHV , Sr.br kuioUM,A(W, lui Si immi4 I rum Mor fol Alh ult. Rchrs Baltimore. Dlx. and M. A. Harmon. Parker, hence, at Boston 31st. ult. . Kcbr J. J. Crittenden. Jones, cleared at Baltimore sist nit ., for Trenton, N. J. Schr IMoliawk, nradlpy, nenee. T worrouc :n.n nit. Hehr Sncross. Itichards. hence for Providence, at New York 81st ult. Krhr J. B. Van Dnson. Youns. for Philadelphia, cleared at Portland 81st ult. Schr Congress, York, hence, at Port Und 30tn nit. MTSCKLLANY. Rehr Abide Bnrslev. from PhiladnlnhU for Boston, when oft Mnntank, May 2, in jibbing the mainsail, the captain, .1. II. rarker, ana socon.i omcer were anocseu vero.i.i.i. The captain was supposed to have been killed by the blow, as he instantly disappeared. The officer was saved. Capt. 1'arker was a native oi Astervuie, uape coa, mass. NOTICE TO MARINERS. Notice I. riernhv riven that. Irnm the 1st dav of Jlinrs 1KSM. the t 'rosbv I. iviit vessel, at Liverpool, will eihlbit two dirtingui.hing white lights, in addition to the sinxle wlnta light ss at present. The arrangoment of the lights will bn as follows:-- The principal light helng at the matnmast nead, as ar present, the distinguishing light! will tin placed, one in the fore part of the vessel, the other in the after, both at a height of about 9 feot lrom the deck. When the vessel is seen broadside on lour ngnts win appear, in the form of a triangle; but when mo vessel is seen end on the lights will appear aa two tights. The distinguishing lights will not bo visihlo except within the channels, their purpose being that, on passing tho Fonnby lightvessnl, and shaping a course for tho Croby channel, tho Crosby filiating light may bo readily distinguished from the Crosby shore light. (All hearings are maguetic. Variations Sl degrees westerly in IS). By order. W. B. RIIURKICK, Chairman. Tre'aury Department. Ollico Lighthouse Board, Washing ton, u. IJ., May 'J i, i. SPECIAL. JMOTICES. Jfciy" tM lllr BUMMH.K. H rl(l',Vr..M snnbiirn and all disonlorations and irritations of tho skin, bites of mosijuitoca or othttr insects, use Wright's Alconated tilycerine Tablet. It i doliciously fragrant, transparent, and has no ouual as a toiiet soap. Lor sjiIo by druggists generally. K. A U. A. WKlUilT, No. 24 CIIKSNUT Street. 2 4 jrcy- L . E. r ILK Or A I! I I r lLTAl. Ll.MHS. An appropriation (ifc;jtl,iXKI) having been mule by Congress for purchasing ARTIFICIAL LIMBS FOR OFFICERS of the Ctntcd States Army and Navy uitit.tUto'l in the service, applications may now bo made, in tierson or I y loner, oy omcers sniuii'll 10 ion neiiom OI Ilie aci.Hil.l who desire tlie best Artificial Limbs, to Dr. li. I BANK PALMER. Surgeon Artist. No. lSntiCIIKSNIir Street. Philadelphia, No. tiTS BROADWAY, New York, No. HI UKKF.N Street, Boston. 12? Offices for Supplying Army and Navy Officers. "QT J J It. F. It. THOMAS, TI1K LA 1 IS Ol'l rator of tho f.-oltin DerKAl Association, is now the only fin in Philadelphia who devotes his entire time and Jiractico to extracting leetn, absolutely witnout pain, ny resh nitrous oxide gas. Ofhce, lu2? WALNUT St, l li jjt ' DU. WYMAN, DENTIST, No. 'X7 North SIXTH Stroet. npposito Franklin Square, extracts teeth absolutely witnout pain with puro Nitrous Oxide Caa, insorts the best, teoth, and makes no charge for extracting, with or without gas, when artificial teeth are inserted at Dr. WYMAN'S, No. 2J7 North SIXTH Street, opposite Franklin Square. 6 15 Imlp tf PENNSYLVANIA KAIUiOAU COM PANY, TKEASURFR'S DEPARTMENT. Philaiiei.I'HIa, May, 15, 1W. NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS. Tho bo 1 are now open for subscription and puynient of the now stock of this Company. THOMAS T. FIUTH, 5 IH ;idt Treasurer. ggy- "A PENNY SAVED IS EO,L AL TO TWO Eamod."- The time to save money is when you earn ft, and tho way to save it is by depositing a portion of it weekly in the old FRANKLIN SAVINt; FUND, No. Lift S. FOURTH Street, below ( 'hesnut. Money in large or small amounts received, and live per cent, interest allowed. Open daily from W to 8. and on Monday evenings from 7 to it o'clock. CYRUS CADWALLADKR, 2 It) I reaauror. jjgr PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD COMPANY, '1 KKASUHUK S Ufcl AKT.M KXT. Piiii.AnRi.rniA, Pa., May 3d, 1SG9. NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS. The Hoard of Directors have this ttay declared a semi-annual dividend of FIVE PER CENT, on tins capital stock of the Company, clear of National and State taxes, payable In cash on and after May 30, 1S69. Itlank powers of attorney for rolleotlnjr dividends can be had at the Olllee of the Company, No. 23s S. Third street. The Olllee will be opened at 8 A. M. and closed nt 4 P. 3M. from May 30 to June !, for the payment of dividends, and after that date from 9 A. M. to 8 P. M. THOMAS T. FIRTH, 6 3 60t Treasurer. Notk. The Third Instalment on New Stoek of lfifiS is due and payable on or before June 15. Y- OLD OAKS CEMETERY COMPANY OF PHILADELPHIA. OFF ICE, No. 5 IS WALNUT STREET. " This Company is now prepared to dispose of Lots, clear of nil incumbrance, on REASONABLE TERMS. The ad vantages offorod by this Cemetery aro well known to he ouual if not superior to those pobsousod by any other Ceme tery. We invite all who desire to purchaso Burial Lots to call at the office, where plans can be seen and all particulars will be given. To societies desiring large tracts of land a liberal reduc tion will be made. A LI R ED O. H A RM F.R. President. MARTIN LA'NDENBfcRtiKK, Tieasorer. Mien AKt, Nihuet, Secretary. 1 II lim HOSIERY OOODS. J WILLIAM HOFMAX N, No. ft N. I.K.1IT1I Street, Phiiudrli.lihi, Dealer in Hosiery Goods, Offers for sale a large assortment of IIoiery, for Ladies',; Gents', an Children's wear ; Hocks, three quarter Soaks, and Long Hose, of English and Uer mun manufacture. UNDERWEAR Of Cartwrightj; Warner's manufacture, acknow ledged to be the bes imported. Also, the Norfolk and New Brnnswick, acknow ledged to be the bes of American Goods. These Goods In all sizes, for 7 wsly Soring: and Summer Wear. VELOCIPEDES. gPECIALTY 0 PONY I1 II AKTON S AKD Velocipedes, OF TUB LATEST STYLES and LOWEST TIUCES; Together with all the NEW SPItlNG PATTERNS oi first-elass PHAETONS AND C'AIUUAGES, 111 stock and llulsh. For sale by S. W. JACOBS, 4 10 fmwflm Na 617 ARCII STREET. CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS. R. R. THOMAS & CO.. DEALERS IN Doors, Blinds, Sash, Shutters, WINDOW FRAMES, ETC., N. W. CORKER OP EIGHTEENTH and MARKET Street 6 20 8m PHILADELPHIA. QEORCE PLOWMAN, CAllFENTEK AND BUILDER, No. 134D0CK Street, PhiladeJnUa. BOARDING. AT NO. 1121 GIR.ARD STREET MAY BE obtained furnlalmd KQa nnf umUhsd roomi tor lodg. U. Uuud tlw, if dutirttd. 8 1 tf 1 )OAHlJING.VACANT IN A FEW DA Yti, I Two fliw: hpconil Tnry Himi. with privato b illi. olc. Alo, hn Kooms q 'lljird tuor, N j, WS WALNUT OlOARS. T CICAJl BUYERS. 1 Fresh Importations of Havana Olpar, in bond or dnty paid.' Large assortment, otfered in lots to stilt purchasers. Also, cigars of rmr own mannfa'niire, via. ' "MARIANA RITA." High jrradeVnelta Abajo leaf, fifteen style. Low prices compared with imported cigars. A fair trial will prove their merits. "FRA PTAVOIX)." Lower priced than the "Mariana Rita," three siyles; excellent cigars. "FLET'R DE LYS," "I)TJ1S D'OR," and other brands, all copyrighted ; each of highest fade In Its respective class. A'.I of our Havana leaf we import tlirrrt, and no better cigars can tie produced iu this market than those we now oiler. Smokers should see that they obtain onr iji-miine ilgars, which are otfered regularly by many respecta ble dealers, although some Irregular parties put for ward inferior cigars as of our make. We offer these cigars In lots to suit pnrchascrs. They can be profitably retailed at prices forty per cent, less than Imported cigars, will glvo equal satis faction, and should he tried, without prejudice, by ail who desire a good cigar at moderato cost 8. FUUL'ET A SONS, Importers and Manufacturers, B L12trp No. 229 South FRONT Strep. CENT.'S FURNISHING GOODS. J) A T E N T 8 110 U L D E R-3EAM 811 Hi T MANUFACTORY, AND GENTLEMEN, FURNISHING STOKE. PFRKKOT KITTING SHIRTS AND DRAWERS m'hi triuii niPa-mi-mia'tit, at tm slinrt notion. All other articlo of tKN TLK.MKN'tj DRK8S OOOl'S in lull vanetj. WINCHESTER & CO., No. 70( Oil tONNtJT Hl.roet. 113 H. S. K. C. Harris' Seamless Kid Gloves. KTEItY PAIR WAR ItANTKI). EXCLUSIVE AGENTS FOR GENTS' GLOVES. J. W. SCOTT & CO., B2T5rp NOJ-14 CHESNTJT STREET. rrilK IMPROVED 8 1 10 U L D K R-S E A M V A T- 1 turn Shirt, manufftctory of RItJII A ltf K,A YRK, Nil rH N. HXTII Struct, and (lent.limitin'a furnWhin fhiotL in laro variety. Spring UndorHhirtrt and Drawors; nw t-t'arU, Bowh, CiIovvh, lloniury, ilaudkorohiotn, SiiHpi!ad ers, etc, A 3 mwi 1115. WM T- HOPKINS' LADIES' EMPORIUM!. NO. 1115 CHKSNUT STREET (GIRARD ROW). TjirccBt aasortment and "lioiit and Cheiipest Goods in the uity in all t lie following lines: Mnuutacturnr of Mopkiun1 Pelohrhtwd Charppion Hoop Skirts, for ljntim, MIhhcs. and ( :hiliirou, iu over lour huu dred Rlvles, shapes, lengths, and Hi7.es. Coteil, Satine, and J;ines t;ortits, in oiirhb difforent styli's, niannlactured exprusaly for our own saloa, from Si I to tjiS. &i different stylos of superior fitting I'ieuoh. woveo Vi tmleliono CJORsKTS, from 8 I to !t7. 1 4 variotieo of extra handsouie Whalebone Oorsots, from T5 cents to !'Z"5. Shoulder liraceu, Madame Foy's Corset Skirt Sup- Mrs. Moody's Patent Felf-adjustinR Abdominal (Jorsot, nifciuy recominenaea iy pnjBiciaus, irom .i to is 7. HIA. LINES F r.tDIEH UN I) KIM J A It- hii;nts. H'i Bartram Fantom's Family Suwinn Mnchlnos, duiiik uniuiiKinsiy (lialnmuod to our uuauiiuei's for the purpoao ot irnttintr r nem introduced. A Jo :in ROOFINC. READY ROOFI This Rooting is adapted to all buildings, applied to STEEP OR FLAT ROOFS N G . It can be at one-faalf the expense of tin. It is readily pot on old Shingle Hoots without removing the shingles, thus avoid ing tho dumaging of ceilings and furniture while under going repairs. I No gravel nsod.) PRKSKHVK YOUR TIN KOOFS WITH Wff.LTON'8 ELASTIC PAINT. I am always prepni ed to Repair and Paint Roofs at short notice. Aim, PAINT FOR SALK by iba barrel or Kullon, the best and cheapest in the market. W. A. WELTON, No. Ill N. NINTH Street, above Oo&tes, and S VI No. HIH WALNUT Street. riH) OWNERS, ARCHITECTS, BUILDERS J AND ROOFERS. Koofs! Yes, yns. Every si 7,0 nnd kind, olii or new. At, No. M't N, 1'H IKI) Stroet, tho AMU- R CAN t.'ONtl '!I'K PAINT AND KOOF COMPANY are selling their celebrated paint for TIN ROOKS, and tor preserving an wood and metals. Also, meir solid coin- Iilox rnof coverinjr, tho best ever ottered to the puhlio, with )luhe9, i'mus hiu'ketH, etc., for the work. Anti-vermin. I ire, and Water proof ; Light, Tiht, Diu uhlo. No crack ing, pi'uliug, orbhrinking. No paper, gravel, or heat, flood tor all climates, directions given for work, or g-ixid work nien supplied. Care, promptness, certainty! One price' Call! I' uiiiine! J.uluot Agents wanted for interior counties. -tJMf JOSEPH LEEDS, Prinoipal. rpo l'.UILDERS AND CONTRACTORS X We are priumred to furniHh I-'nirliHh imivirtod ASPIIALTIll HOOFING FELT In Quantities to suit. This rootiutf waa used to cover th. Paris Exhibition in lbo'7. MERCHANT A OO., 4 29 3m No. 517 and 519 MINOitSti-oet ROOFrNG.LITTLE & CO., "THE LIVE ROOFERS." No. 12:M MARKET Street. KveiJ descriiition of Old and Leaky Roofs made tight and war. ranted to keep in repair for five years. Old Tin Roofs made equal to new. A trial only required to insure satis faction. Orders promptly attended to. 8 8 iiua OLD GRAVEL ROOFS COVERED OVER with li tifl Slate, and warranted for ten yoam. HAMILTON UOORFER, 8 15dm o. 46 rj. i'nt 1 11 siruot. IN DOW CLASS. The subscribe! saie lOanulactni iiiB de.ily, 10,000 foot of best quality of AMERICAN WINDOW GLASS. They are also conhtantly receiving importations of FRENCH WINDOW GLASS. Rough Plate and Fibbed filnns, Enamelled, Kfainod, Engraved, and Ground Olais, which they otlor at lowest market rates. L EVANS, SHARP fc WESTCOATT. 6 29 3ru No. 613 MARKET Street, riillada. C ARRI ACES. c A R R I A G E S I 1 I JII.i:AU At KIMKtl.B,, CAKBIAGE BUILDERS, No. T12 SANSOM Street, Philadelphia, Invite all In need of any kind of CARRIAGES to call and nee their large anaortmeiit before imrchamug, aa they intend selling at REASONABLE RATES. 8 WlHwafltrp GROCERIES, ETC. IHCUAEL MEAGHER & CO., No. 823 Soutu SIXTEENTH Street, Wholesale and Retail Dealers In PROVISIONS, OYSTERS, AND SAND CLAMS, FOR FAMILY TJSB TERRAPINS t'.fi PER DOZEN, 2 3 PLUMBINQ AND OAS FITTING. PLUMBEE, GAS PITTEE, ASH VUAIIH 1. A V f IL, 243 bouth Fifteenth Street, wlw Locunt PERSONAL. NOTICE. ALL PERSONS HAVING GOODS detiosited at KETTEWK LOAN OFFIOK, N. E. corner FIFTEENTH ud MAKKICi' rit roots, which have remained over toe legal time, are herehy notified to rail at the 8. W. corner of ELEVEN I'll ami FILBERT Sucio, uud ; c'.-i-i;-' n ' 1 ' 'hi-j wiU be nj.d .i.AtlihitNu IfcM KuulU atruMl. lu aliuirla.. .Tun itl, . AUO TION 8AL.E8. f TITOM AN SONS, NOS. 139 AND 141 HI. S. FOURTH BTJU:iT. t MISCELLANF.OTTS lu'iOKH FROM LIBRARIES. I f!.. Un,tn.,l .. iftanuuin Jnno 2, at 4 o'clock. , 61 2t Sale at the Auction Room. Nos. I .'(ft and 111 S Fourth street. PUPFRIOR HOTTSI IIHl.t) H HVITL'RE. PUNOS. ; MIKKOKS. KIKE l'HOtF KAtK, HANI'SOMK VH.VFT, BRL'SSH I.S, AND orilEU UAKPEl.i, F.'UI. Frc. ' On Thursday Mnrnin, June 3, at fl oVdoek. at t io Auction Kimnis. by rnlalofltm, a Urpe aertmf nt of superior household turnltun. cm puiilK HauiUonie walnut parlor suits, covered with pluh, rps, and hnir-cloth : superior library an'l dminir room furniture, walnut and cottMo chamber suits, supe rior roMiwood pianoforte, superior oak buok-nso, tw wal nut src.retnry anil bonkcast's, wardrobes, sidetHiards, nta geros, extension, ceotre. and houiiuet tables; tino hair ninttrepes and fonther hods, fiuo china and (rljuiware, InrKO assortment of otTice furniture; superior lire-proof sole, mado by Furre! & llerritiir; s lilnl.lkers, sowing ma chine, chnndellers, ro'ritreratorH, stoves, finn-lsonie velvet, Urnsls, and othoreiiriiets, mattina. oil clotli. ot J. etc. Aluo. superior double barrel (run and apparatus, ma Jo by J. Porhin, Iindon. Abu, siipeiinr rille, toleifi-nphi,. iiht. Alio, superior totibounoy billiard t.ible, marble tirt'N, balls, and cues complete. t 1 t Orphans' Court. Peremptory H.ile on the Pr -miss -Eitate of tieoiHe;. iH'iiti r, dc rjHi..i. VKMY VAl.'.IAHLI', ttl'AI. EST TK, Lcipi;rville, I'eluwiro county, PeuiiMyiviinia, In i'burmluy, June 3. two. at. 1 o'clock P. M., will lie sold at. publin sale, en tho preinmes Valuable Stone Ou.irry, Mansion, f'otton mill and Tenunt Ill-uses, stone and I nimo Cotton i actory, etc. Particulars in catalogues It SuloNo .'I.tO! R-irins street. West Pbils'tebihin.' IIAMIMIMP. WAI.Nti'li PAKI.lt.srrriVi-lt M, CHA.MBKM, AND (UK MNIMiKOOM Et'KVI Tl'KF, WALNUT 1'.OOK''A.nK. FINE CAKPHl'.S, l'.Tt:. H.TU. On Fridsy Mominir, .Tnne4,nt, 111 o'clock, nt No Jl-'iltJ Burin.; street, bo tweon Thirty tilth and Thirty sin h st reet", below Kridiro street, tho bsndhnino tioiiHehold furtnt'ire, comprisinir walnut parlor suit, (rreen rep coverinirs. wnlo-.it bo-iki:!!!.', oak dining-room turniture. w.ilnut. chamber furniture, tine Hrcs-ols ingrain, and Venetian cal pets, cbina, K'asswra, re' riperator, kitchen turniture, to. etc. M.iy tie oxnmined on luiivniiir of sale at o'clock. The Vine street cars run wiinin one s.piare of tli place of sale. itii'M F.LKOANT PRIVATE I.IHRAUV. tin Friday Afternoon, Juno 4, nt 4 o'clock, at the auction store, tho choice prt Tate library of Kobert 11. Oratz, Esi., goinir aln o.nl. ti J 2l PRIVATE RTOC'K OF KLNfTwiNES AND LltJUOHS. tin Saturday, June 5, at 12 o'clock, noon, at the auction store, the prt vsto stock of Hobert U. .rat 7., Ehij , comprising tine old Maderi.i, Sherry, Port, Catawba, Catalonia, ilock, Sau terne, K 11111, Whisky, elo. haiuples rondy one hour previous to the sale. 6 3 3t THOMAS BTUCH "&' SON, A UCTIO N E E RS AND COMMISSION MKRUHANTS, No. H 10 0UESNU1' Street ; rear entrance No. 1 10? Hansom St. Sale No. I I I 0 Chesnut stroet. NEW AND SECONDHAND HOUSEHOLD FITRM. Tl'RK, CAKPK'l. P1A NO FOHI'KS. .MELODEOVS, PARLOR OKtiANS, MANTEL AND HIEIt MIR. ROUS, CEDAR CHESTS, PHINTI.VO PKKSSKS, ETC. On I'nday Mnminir. Atflo'clock, at tho Auction Store, No. I I 1 0 Chesnut street, will be sold 11 larno assortment of ele,int walnut, parlor, chamber, and diuinir room furniture. Also, car pets, I tench plate mantel and pier mirrors, china, trlass v.nre,jilateii ware, pianos, melodrons. cabinet orpins, etc RED CEDAR CLOTH EN CH KSTS - At 1 o'clock will bo sold twenty-four superior cedar moth proof clothes chests. PRINTINc; PRESSES Also, two small printing presses, wit ll fontsoflvpe. F.LEOAN I'COtJN l'kl-At 10 o'clock, will he sold, an elegant walnut counter, with di sk, railing, etc., suitable for s n ottice. r, 2 I'l MARTIN BROTHERS, AUCTION EEUaZ 1'I.ate-ly Salesmen for M. Thomas A Sons.) No. i'iit CHESS UT Street, roar entrance from Minor Sain No. !l'7 Ontario "'reet. SUPERIOR IIOUSKHOLD FURNITURK, On Tuiirsdiiy Morninir, .Tone 3, t 10 o'clock, at No. H'i) Ontario street, betweon Thirteer. and Broatl ttroets. ahovo Poplar, the entire superior tonsnbcld turuiturn, hno imperial carpets, foatbur beds, n'stti eess, kitchen I'urnituro, etc. May he seen early on mormiur of sale. 5 37 fit Exrontrix's Sale, No. :.' I N. Ninth street. SUPERIOR PARLOR AND CH A MR EH El I R.VITURE. TWO FRENCH PLATE MIRRORS, HANDSOME BRUSSELS CARPETS, FEATHER BEDS, CHINA AND GLASSWARE ETC On l' ridnv Morninir, At ID o'clock, at No. Il l I N. Ninth street, by order of piecutrix, by catalogue, tho onlirosupurior household fur niture, etc. May be examined early on mornintr of sale. 6 I 2t BUNTING, DITRBUKOW CO., AUCTION EERH, Nos. .'Wand1:M M.1RKKT' Streot, oorni of Bank stroet. Successors to John li. Myers A Co. LARGE SALE, OF BRITISH. FRENCH, GERMAN A.NO DOMESTIC DRV GOODS. Oa Tuiniiiay .Moraine. Juno 3, at 10 o'clock, on 4 mouths' credit. (5 21 St LARGE SALP! OF OARPETINOS, OANTO MAT TIN US, OIMJMVI'HS. ETU. Ou Friday Morning. Juno 4, at 11 o'clock, on four months' credit, about 2i It pieces Inirrain, Vonei inn. list, heiur. cottajL'o, and rn carpotiiiKS, llMKI rolls Cuutuu uiauiiifts, oilcloths, etc. etc. lailnt LARGE SALE OF FRENOU AND OTHER EURO PEAN DRY GOODS. On Monday Mornto, Juno 7, at 10 o'clock , on tour months' credit. d 1 5t SALE OF 1500 OASES BOOTS. SHOES, HATS t APS, STRAW GOODS, Etc., tin Tuevday Atoroinij, Juno 8 at 10 o'clock, 011 four months' credit. ' 2 at c, D. McCLEES CO., No. 30 MARKET Street, AUCTIONEERS, SALE OF 1300 CASES BOOTS, SHOES, BROGANS, ETC. ETC. On Thursday Morning, June 3, at 10 o'clock, including a Ure line of city mads goods. N. B.-Sale evory Monday and Thnrvday. '6 31 3t BY LIPFINCOTT, SON A CO., AUCTION FERM, ASUHURST BUILDING. No. 10 MAR KKT Street. B Y B . 8 C O T T . J R.. SCOTT'S ART OALLERT, No. 10i0 CUESNUT Street, Philadelphia. TAMILS HUNT. AUCTIONEElt, S. V. COR- O ner FIFTH and SOUTH Streets. REGULAR SALES at the Auction Store, every SAT URDAY Morning, of Household Furniture, liousekoep. iiul Artioles, etc., received from families quitting house keeping. b 35 Lit KEENAN, SON & CO., AUCTIONEERS, NO I l'A N. JbFtONTJltreet, tl 81 W I N E Si T HER MAJESTY CHAMPAGNE. DUNTON & LTJSSON, 215 B0UTH FRONT ST. THE ATTENTION OP THE TIIAI9E IS olicitod to the following yen Choio Wines, Ao., for aale bi DUNTON A LU8SON, 313 SOUTH FRONT STREET. OH AMP AGNES. Agents for Her Majesty, Duo de Mon. tebello.Garte Bleue, Carte Blanohe, aud t ;haa.Farre's (irand Via Eugenie and Vin Imperial. M. K'ieeman & Uo.. of Mayence, Sparkling Moselle and RHINE WINES. MAPEIR AS. Old Island, South Side Reserve. SHERRIES. F. Rudolphe, Amontillado, Topaz, Val lette, Pale and Golden Bar, Crown, 4o. PORTS. Vinho Velho Real, Valletteand Grown. CLARETS. Promis Aina A Die., Montierrand. and Bor deaux. Clarets and Sauterna Wine. GIN "Mod er Swan." h RANDLES. Uenneuey, Ot&rd, Danny A Co.'i virions sinUgea, ii . NEW PUBLICATIONS. gUREAU VERITAS (FllENCH LLOYDS). INTEKNATIONAL REGISTER FOR CLASSIFICATION OF VESSELS. THE REOI6TER VERITAS, containing the Olasal fioation of Vessel surveyed in the Continental, British and American ports, for the year lotft, is FOR SALE by the Agent i New York. ALF MERIAN A GO., 4 No- EXCHANGE PLAOK TMIILOBOPHY OF "MARRIAGE.- X A New Course of Ietnrea, as delivered at the Ne York Museum of Anatomy, embracing the subjects How to Live, and Wkat to Live for ; Youth, Maturity, an 4 Old Age; Manhood Generally Reviewed; The Cause oj Indigestion : Flatulence and Nervous Diseases A ooouu tec Fur: Marriage Philoaophioally Considered, eto. elo Pocket volume oontaiuiug these Lecture will be fos warded, pest-paid, on receipt of Uo cents, by addressing W A. LKARY, Ju.,8. .oornif IF mil and WALNIJ) hire-'. Philadelphia 2 8 D1AFNE88EVERY"IN8TRUMENTTHAT soienoe and skill nave Invented to assist tha hearing in every degree of deafueae; also, Kespiratora; alao. Uran lULl's 1 aUul Ci UUMk auperu- to auy outer in oae. as I. MADE MaTJlSji. IJkttTU truest, U-Jsi tUMKWUts AMUSEMENTS. A MKRICAN ACADEMY OF MUSIC. to her depart, ,f ,,l'iJf, "'"1'tfully annonneos that. nHor iwtigto tarn',;1 On WEDNESDAY TvKNlNU Tn 0 when the following artists will wit Mow Vi mi LOUISA KELLOGG:-Mad'lle , t,," '.rI'R Pi.no v.Hu,,), Signori Boe. ti. Re, l', iSlffilMr' Kuriolpb llenmg. et, ' """ r. fiolos from Rossini's "MFSSK ROt.F.NNELLF." will h' perfoitued, with instrmnontal and vocal selections. On THURSDAY EVENING, June 3 GRAND FARKWELI, OPERA NIGHT. IL HARHIKRK DI SKVIGLIA, with sn Immenne east,, r I'LL CHOKUH AND COMPLETE ORCHESTRA. Musical Directors Mr. S. Rehrens and Signer Ahorlo AdminsHin, (1 ; Reserved seat. &c. extra. Soasen ticketift (two nights, reserved seats), ifi. The wilo of Soason Tickets only will commence on MON DAY, May Al, at V o'clock A. M., at Truinplor's MiiKio Store, No. 126 Chesnut street, 6 2t tf MRsTJOIIN UREW'8 ARCH STREET THEATRE. Rogins quarter to Oo'elnclr LAS I' NIGHT tF MK. JOHN COLLINS, TO-NHMIT t Wednesday ), Juno 2, KING O'NEILL. Captain O'Neil, with song JOHN COLLINS After which TEDDY THE TILER Teddy, wilhsonira JOHN COLLINS i- inn iiuiing wu 11 ,ii'... y i.iii, Frtibiy llenefit.nf Mr COLLINS. ha t ti rl ay Til E M A R RLE H F A RT. Mi.n.liiy -HLACK AND WHITE. "VALNl;T 8T- THEATRE. KEfJINS AT 791'. T THIS (Wednesday) EVENING. Juno 2. I lllltl) NIGH I oftlie world-renowned 'nTiieilian, MR. JOSEPH JEFFERSON, whn will appear as RIP VAN WINKLE, in Dion Beueicault's great Drama of li 1 1' VAN WINKLE , OR, THE SLEEP OF TWEN TY YEARS. rpiIEATRE COMTQUE, SEVENTH 8TREKT, X bolowArch. Commence, st o'clock. THE I'KH KM' KINGS. 1IKS KI'HIV fllll'OV the young and gmed prima, donna, as l'l t 1 li I.- I' I' LS JUL' 1 U IOU L' . In a new four act opera, entitled ' I LttHETTE, THE CRICKET. the whole company appearing iu the cast. i MATINEE ON SATURDAY. T70X'8 AMERICAN. WALNUT STREET, X: AHOVE EIGHTH. Open 7 30. Overture, H o'clock. THE WONDERS OF THE WORLD ENGAGED. SISTERS I.ETTA and ROS A, tho greatest and nxst wonderful Gymnasts, EVERY EVENING THIS WEEK. JOE EMM KIT as "Rip Van Winkle," "Tho African Wizard," "Troubled Fuicliman," THE DASI1WOOD SIS I'K-RS and Master CLARENCE. CHESNUT (STREET J. E. MuDONOUGH LAST WEEK OF THEATRE Manager, WALL'S F.LISE HOTT BUKI.KSOUK COMPANY THE JUDGMENT OF PARIS. For SIX NIGHTS ONLY, enzageinnnt of WILLIAM H. DONALDSON and 11. GILBERT, who will make a VELOCIPEDE ASCENSION from the stago to tho gallory, a feat never before at tempted. SATURDAY-MATINEE. "PENNSYLVANIA ACADEMY OF FINfl X ARTS. The Forty-sixth Annual Spring Exhibition Of Paint ings, Sculpture, Ac, is now open. Admission, 2To. : Season Tickets, 600. 4 -2fi 3!t Open from it A. M. to rt P. M., aud from 7M to 111 P. M. VALER'8 ;ari THE (illA Of the GRAN I) ' TE MILLER'S) WINTER 700, 722, 7'JI, and 738 VINE Street. 1 .i 'HESTHION, formorly tha property DUKE OF BADKN, purchased at great 1 .11 i,ii.D . 1. - . v. ; . . . expense by J At with FLAM F.R' , ni.i iuui buio ui ij,, 111 uiiiniM u.uuil S ORCHESTRA and Miss NELLIE AN. PERSON, will EVENING at free. perform EVERY AFIERNOON aad the alwve-mentioned ptaoe. Admission I 13 ti WIRE FENCING, For Farms, Gardens' Lawns El ALSO, K7XXXTE METAL WIKU, FOR CLOTHES LINES. G. DE WITT BROTHER & CO No. 633 MARKET STREET, 819 wfmlm rn i lad eld 1 1 a. A K D S I 11 O U l'OK STOKE FRONTS, ASYLUMS, FAC TORIES, ETC. ratont Wire Railing, Iron Bedsteads, Ornament Wire Work, raper-makurB' Wires, ana every var.etj of Wire Werk, in an u fact u re U by M. WALKER A SONS, . 2 Sfmwv No. 11 N. SIXTH Street. TERRA OOTTA WORKS. QLOUCESTElt TEKUA C0TTA W011K DI-LEY A CO. , ' STORB AND OFFICK . ' NO. 122 NORTH SIXTn STREET, ABOVE AHCB, PHILADELPHIA, . . MANUPACTURK11S OP DOUBLE GLAZED vTTIUTET DRAIN PIPES, With BrancheB, Bentla, Sleeves, Traps, etc DRAINING TILE, PAVEMENT T1LEV FLALN AND ORNAMENTAL CHIMNEY TOPS, 1IOT-AIR FLUES, HOPPERS, GARDEN VASES, 8TATUARY, ETC. OWNERS, BUILDERS AND .CONTRACTOR!! Will consult their Interests by giving ns a caW. naving a large supply of all kinds consunfJj oq hand, aud delivered at the shortest notice. Respectfully soliciting your orders, we are, yonrs 6 8" DIXEYCO. PATENTS. QFFICE FOR PROCURING PATENTS, FORREST BUILDINGS, NO. 119 S. FOURTH STREET, PH1LA.. And Marble Buildings, No. m SEVENTH Street, opposite U. 8. Paton. Office, WaaiiliigUtn, D. C. U. UOWSON, Solicitor of rjiteDta. . C. HOWSON, , Attorney at Law. Commnnlcattons to be addresHed to the Prtacij.aM Ofllce, Plilladelphla. - C 1 lio DRUOS, PAINTS, ETO. JOBERT SHOEMAKER & CO., V. E Corner FOURTH and RACE Sti. rUILAD-JLPHIA. WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS, Importers and Manufacturers of White lead and Colored Paints, Petty Varnishes, Etc. AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED FRENCH ZINO PAINTS Dealers And w mmmn blM