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THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, MAY 28, 1870.
AN OLD KEWSrArKli. The London Gazette is Ibe oldest nows jiaper printed in English in the world. It in invnluiililo for hihtorical reference, though tbn matter, always published "by authority," and by authority only, is presented in a man ner that pleased the "authority" for the time being. "Authority's" Bide of the ntory is told, and the other side was left to the pam phleteer pud email biKtoriiins of the tiny. Ibe Congressional Library has a complete et of the London Gazette, in more than two hundred vulumeR, from its commencement ia 1 (.id.- to the present time. Wo have before us a ningle copy of number 18(." of the pnper, 1ated "from Monday, October 1, to Thurs day, October 4, k;k:i." This nnmber is re markable as containing the addresses to Charles II, congratulating him upon the dis covery of the Kj e limine l'lot. These ad dresses, from the lieutenants, deputy-lieutenants, and oflictrs of tho militia for the county of Northumberland; from the mayor, aldermen, and "burgymasters" of tho "an tient" borough of Wehtbuiy, in the county of "Wilts; from tho borough of Newham, in the county of Glocester; and from other boroughs, towns, and counties, all Kpeak in loyal terms of denunciation of the 'Vinoere so he me of that most execrable conspiracy," and the Hazelte Bays of the addresses that "His Majesty was ploased to receive thorn very graciously." The paper is a very neatly printed double column folio, size ol jago, Hi by 7 inches. It contains, besides the addresses, which occupy five columns, two and one-quarter columnB of news and three-quarters of a column of advert isemente. The news from Vienna is to September If, and announces the relief of the city after sixty days' siege, and the marching of the iuiparitil aud Polish armies into Hungary. News from l'resbourg, September 2.", tells how the garrison of lUab "had fallen upon the Turks as they passed by that place in great disorder, and had killed five hundred of them." The news from Urusseis and Amsterdam is to October X, yet tho latest date of the paper in which this news is printed is October 4 a discrepancy which is unaccountable unless October is a ("five times repeated) misprint for September. The advertisements are curious. Here is one which might come under the head of "personals," tor in description decidedly personal it is: "Octoner 2. one William Ituteman, a young Man about 25 years of ajjf, being- tlisllKurud with the ISmall Pox, a flat hottlu Nose, somewhat Uuw Leg ged, went away ill a llifht Uhdh-colored Suit, lined with black Kaltln, aud black litiUous, having a Frize sod colored coat over It. Took aay out of Lombard street a considerable sum of Money, with some Guineas, a Seven Stone Diamond Ring, witn several Diamond Kings, aud about 30 Diamonds, and a par cel of ninrk'd Uolcl RIiikh, a Gold Watch, aud one (silver Watch. If any Person ean (jive notice of the eatd Iiateman (so as lie may be apprehended), to Job Uoulton, at the Holt t. Junn in J.o:i:tiard street, he shall have Twenty I'ouuds." The art of preserving deu ! i-ouies by means other than embulming, is smj posed to bo n quite recent discovery, but Mr. Thomas War ren seems to have known something about it so long ago as 1083; ho advertises in the Gazette as follows: "Mr. Thomas Warren, his Majesties Apothecary In Ordinary, who In a very excellent and curious man ner Preserves Dead Jtodies from Putrefaction, Change of Color or Complexion, without Uisbowel lng, Sear-clothiUR, or cutting any part thereof, lives at the Hurt and Anchor, in St. Lawrence Lane, London." The following also appears in the Gazette of this date: "These are to give Notice, that the Jewels of his late Highness Priuce Rupert, have been particularly valued aud appraised by Mr. Isaac Letfouch, Mr. Christopher Rouse, and Mr. Kichard Ueasevoir, the whole mounting to Twenty Thousand Pouuds, and will be sold by way of Lottery, each Lot to bo Five Pounds. The biggest Prize will be a great Pearl Necklace, valued at a'sowo, and uoue less than jCIOO. A printed Particular of the said Appraisement, with their Division into Lots, will be delivered gratis by Mr. Francis Child, Goldsmith, at Temple-liar, Lon don, into whose bauds, tuch ad are willing to be Ad venturers', are desired to pay their Money on or about the first day of November next. As soon as the whole sum Is paid in, a short day will be ap pointed (which, it Is hoped, will be before Christmas), and notified In the Gazette, for the draw ing thereof, which will bo done iu His Majesties Presence, who is pleased to declare that he himself Will sell all the Prizes put in amongst the Blanks, and that the whole shall be mauuged with all Equity and fairness; nothing being Intended but the Sale of the said Jewels at a moderate Value. And it is fur ther notified for the satisfac lon of ail such as shall be Adventurers that the said Mr. Child shall and will stand obliged to each of t hem for their several Adventures, till the said Lottery betlrawn. And that each Adventurer shall receive their Mouey back if the said Lottery be not drawn aud finished before the IlrBt day of February next." There were other famous Gazettes about these days, principal among them the Gazette de Uollaide, from which Frince Paul reoitea the notice of his intended marriage to the Grande Ducheese, and the Gatette de Franct, which was established in April, 1(131, and the publication of which has been continued iu Paris to the present time. A VISIT TO THE IIOME OF WMTTIER. A correspondent of the Boston Common, wealth writes as follows from the residence of Whittier, the poet:- "When I came to Amesbury I found two email volumes of 'Whittier's poems where I stopped, and soon after a young man sold me the diamond edition. This is indeed the place to read his poems, for you can find more than one person to inform you of the localities therein mentioned. They will tell you that 'sweet Kenoza,' 'lake of the pick erel,' is a beautitul sheet of water in Haver hill, and Artichoak is a little stream in the fame region, and Attitash (huckleberry), here profanely called Kimball's Pond, is just above 'Lion's Mouth.' That height yonder, on which stands the castle-looking pile (the summer residence of Mr. Thornton, the British Minister), that height on the oppo site side of the Merrimao, and just above Ilawkswood, and around which sweeps the river, is called Laurel Hill, aud just above, on the river, is the place called The Laurels.' The 'Pine Path' is also on the Merrimac. This pretty stream that comes winding into the village between Powwow aud Whittier Hills, thence moving in suakelike contortions till it enters the Merrimac, is the 'swift Powwow,' and 'The Fountain' is further to the east on one of those lovely hills in Balis bury. But the oak, alas! has been cut down by the hand of man (no wouiau could commit such a sacrilegious act). Mil vermouth Hooks' and the 'Boar's Head' are at the mouth of Hampton river, which enters the ocean gome miles to the north of Newburyport. ''I had been in Ameebury eight weeks before I saw the poet himself, except just a glimpse of his shadow flitting along on the fcun-bright snow. I afterward passed three weeks at a house nearly opposite his, from which I could every morning see the sun rising over his roof, forming a sort of halo over and around the house. That shadow and halo henceforth shall bo to me a spiri tual picture on memory a wall. With their help, and that of the book, it required but little spiritual insight to look down in imagination into the stm-lighted library of the poet, where he sat, and see another, a spiritual halo, around his head. All people, I imagine, all giftei with immortality, have a halo in embryo, iu a nebulous state, even though with .oma per sons ages would seem to be required to piss away befpre it becomes visible to the naked ye. But in the cape of the poet it is far be jond the nebulous Mate already, His wife, without the distracting cares of a modern fnniily, without the strife of ordinary worldly bneiiu'fs, without the ambitions and jealou sies of political life. Among those good Quaker I eoplc, und daily in communion with dear lies departed to higher ppheros, flows on like a bonutiful river that broadens and drcprnn, bi coming more serene and majestic, Jci-b disturbed by tho eddies on the shore and the rapids nt the bottom as it approaches the great oeenn of eternity. GROCERIES, ETC. CANTON PRESERVED GINGER, FliEbil IMPORTED, AND FOR BALE AT RE DUCED PRICE 1Y JAMES a. WEBB, B.E Coiner WALNUT and EIGHTH, 6 21 stuth3mrp PUILADKLPniA. 1809. AUllAMEU GENUINE OLD Government Java Coffee Itoattcl everj day. at 40 cents per pound, at CDUSTY'S East End Grocery No. 118 Mouth KECOD St., J17thstu BKI-OW OHKSNUT STREET. rpO FAMILIES 11EMDING IN THE HUIIAL DISTRICTS. ' We arc prepared, as heretofore, to supply families at their country resiliences with every description of TIME GROCERIES, TEAS, Etc. Etc. ALBERT C. ROBERTS, 11 75 Comer ELEVKNTH and VINE Street CURING, PACKING, ANT) SMOKING KST&RTSHMENT ,1 UN ROWFK A CO. CUKKRS OF SUPERIOR Ki;-Ait-ciriti:ift iia.;u, BFFF, and TONGUF8, and denlnrs In Provisions generally, f. W. corner T WKNTY-FOUKTH and BROWN I Street 624 2tnthstu KEAL ESTATE AT AUCTION. M TRUSTEES' SALE TH .MAS & SONS, Auctioneer 10 very desirable lots, Pine sin?et, cast of Fortieth street. On Tuesday, My :tlHt, lsiii, at 12 o'clock, noon, will be sold at public sale, at the Philadelphia Exchange, the following uescriiieu ioib oi ground, viz. : No. 1. All thoKe three lots of eround, situate on the north side of Hue street, S!25 feet east of Fortieth street, "West Philadelphia; each containing in front on Pine street !i5 leet, mid extending In depth 150 feet to a '20 feet Btreet. Two fronts. No. a. All those three lots oi ground, situate on the north side of Pine street, 15 feet cast of tho abi ve street; earh lis feet front, and In depth 150 feet to tatd 'JO fei t street. Two fronts, No. 8. All tt'ose two lota of ground, situate on tho south side of Pine street, 8no feet east of Fortieth street ; each 25 feet front, and In depth about 150 feet to llultiuiore avenue. Two fronts. No. 4. All those two lots of ground, south side of Pine street, 60 feet east of the above; each 25 feet (rout, and about 130 feet deep, to Baltimore avenue. 1 wo Ironts. Terms 0e-thlrd cash ; balance may remain on bond and mortgage for live years. See plan at the auction rooms. By order of Trusiees. M. THOMAS A- SONS, Auctioneers, 6 19 21 2S Nos. 139 aud 141 S. FOURTH St. r.ArL iwun i r..n I..1U lum es tate oi J on ii iienry wvimaun. deceased. Thomas & Sons, Auctioneers. Ten lluildiug Lots. KoutliwtBt cornel of Twenty-llrst and Westmoreland stre ets, near the Tioga Station, on the Geriiianton Railroad, Twenty-eighth Ward. On Tuesday, June 7, ISVO, at 12 o'clock, noon, will be sold at public sale, without reserve, at the Philadelphia Exchange, the following described lots of ground, viz. : No. 1. All those ten contiguous lots ef ground, situate at the southwest corner of Twenty-lirst and Westni'relund streets, Twentv-cighth ward ; each containing In front on Westmoreland street 20 feet, and extending in depth 112tf feet. They are near the Tioga Railroad Statiou. No. a. Also, all those four contiguous lots of ground, situate en the north side of Delaware street, which runs westward from Twenty-first street, be tween Alleghany and Westmoreland streets, begin ning at the distance of loo feet from the west side of Twenty-lirst street; containing together iH front 80 feet, and In depth 112 feet 6 inches. Sale absolute. M. THOMAS Jk SONS, Auctioneers, 6 21 B3t No. 139 and 141 S. FOURTH Street. M EXECUTORS' SALE ESTATE OP SAMUEL Branson, deceased. Thomas St Sons, Auction ed s.Tv t weli-Becured ground rent s,l:'6 aud j27each a year. On Tuesday, May 31, 1870, at 12 o'clock, noon, will be sold at public sale, at the Philadelphia Ex change, the following described ground rents, viz : No 1 All that redeemable yearly ground rent of 1 36, payable half yearly, without deduction for taxes, on the tlrst day of the months of April and October, Issuing ont of all that lot ef ground and buildings thereon erected, situate on the east side of Amber Btreet, 295 feet 7 inches north of Norris street; con tainiuing In front IS feet, and extending In depth ltd feet to Emma street. No. 2. All that redeemable yearly ground rent of til, payable In ,ii half yearly, on the lirst day of the months of May and November, without deduc tion for taxes, issuing out of all that lot ef ground and buildings thereon erer.ted, situate on the south side of Rediord street, 2'20 feet west of Nineteenth Btreet; containing In front 16 feet, aud extending In depth 46 feet. M. THOMAS A SONS, Auctioneers, 6 19 21 2S Nos. 139 autU418. FOURTH Street. REAL ESTATE. THOMAS A SONS' SALE. i:jl Three-story biiek Dwelling, No. 1021 South uventeeuth Btreet. On Tuesday, May 81, 1S70, at 12 o'clock, neon, will be sold at public sale, at the Philadelphia Exchange, all that three-story brick niessuHge and lot of ground, situate on the east side of Seventeenth street, below Carpenter street, No. leal, containing in front on Seventeenth street 10 feet, and extending ia depth lit feet to a 4 feet wide alley. It has saloon parlor, gas, bath, hot and cold water, range, etc Subject to a yearly ground rent of $b4. Possession July next. M. i lioniAS a su.s. Auctioneers, 28 No. 139 and 141 S. FOURTH Street. 6 19 21 1 REAL ESTATE. THOMAS & SONS' SALE "! Three-story briek dwelling, No. 727 Davard bticet, between Seventh and Eighth, above Reed street. On Tuesday, May SI, IsTO, at 11 o'clock, noon, will tie sold at public sale, at the Philadelphia ExclKinge, all that three-story briek messuage aud lot ol ground, sltunte on tho north side of Bayard street, east of Eighth, No. 727; containing In front on Rayaid street 14 feet, and extending in depth b bout 91 feet to a 10 feet wide alley, with tho privi lege thereof. Clear of all lncuiutauce. Immediate possession. May be examined. M. THOMAS t SONS, Auctioneers, 6 19 21 28 No. 139 and 141 S. FOURTH tit. REAL ESTATE. THOMAS & SONS' SALE. Thre-Btory brick dwelling. No. 1330 Parrish biieet. On Tuesday, May 81, lsiO, at 12 o'clock, in 'ii, will be Bold at public sale, at the Philadelphia Exchange, all that three-story brick messuage, with two-story back building and lot of ground, situate mi the sou'h side of Parrish street, No. 1330, cun taiidiig In fronton Parrish street 16 feet, aud in depth W) le- t to a 6 feet wide alley, leading luto At ii ere street, with the privilege thereof. House has gas. rcth, hot and cold water, cooking-range, etc. Clear of all Incumbrance. M. THOMAS A SONS, Auctioneers, 6 19 SI 28 Nos. 139 and 141 S. FOURTH Street. MEDICAL.. IV 1 ,s ,r 'I VOX'S CHAMP AND PIAKRIKK& MIXTIiUK baa never tailed. It bus saved the Iivbs of tUouauods. All it. uiumIi ia a fair trial No family ahould bn without it. whether ut heme or at the sea allure. "It'a wurtn iia wcudii in uld." No cure do pay. Prep-ed only b; VfrTHR P. iOX. Avotbecary. 'l WEN TY--TUIRIt an. hl'kl CK Street, Philadelphia, aud fur sale by all REAL. ESTATE AT AUCTION. REAL ESTATE. THOM AS fc SONS' SALE. will be sold at public sale, at the Philadelphia Ex change, the following described properties, viz: No. 1. Handsome Modern Three-story Hrlck Resl denre No. 1628 N. Seventeenth street, first house south of Columbia avenue, Twentieth ward. All that modern new three-story brick messuage, with three-story nark building and lot of ground, situate oh the east side of Seventeenth street, first house south of Columbia avenue, No. 1625; containing in front on Seventeenth street 21 feet and extending In depth loo feet. Tlie house Is built In the best man lier and of the best materials throughout ; the front , '. pr"ss-brlck, with white marble moulded trlin nilng, U.o base extending up to the parlor window sill; 'wide marble steps, walnut double front door, marble vestibule, double vestibule door and wide ri nil ; first tloor has parlor, dining-room (with Sunny side heater), marble mautels, kitchen, with lor down range, dresser, sink. etc. ; second floor has 9 chambers, stationary washstand, bath-room, with water-closet, saloon sitting-room, with bay window, etc.; third floor has 4 eiiambers and store-room. Hie house has 13 closets, besides tho dresser; papered throughout In ti'e best manner, stripped on the north and cast waW., tin roof, cellar cemented and provided with a (Irst-class heater, underground orauinge, etc. The Seventeenth and Nineteenth Streets Passenger Railroad will pass tho door in a short time, aud the Union Llue Passenger Railroad will have a double track on Columbia avenue, run ning to and from the Park, very shortly. The builder guarantees to finish the house In every respect, street Improvements included, but does not furnish the gas fixtures. Terms (veil) may remain on mortgage. Possession with deed. Key at the auction store. No. 2. Handsome modern Three-story Rrlok Resi dence No 1C2S Columbia avenue, tlrst houso east of Seventeenth street. All that modern new three- stor brick messuage, w ith three-story back building and lot of ground, situate on the south side of Co lumbia avenue, first house east of Seventeenth street, No. 169, containing In front on Columbia avenue 22 feet 4 Inches, and extending in depth 77 feet. 1 he house Is built in the bes-t manner aud of the best materials throughout; the front Is of press- bi ick, w ith white marble moulded trimmings, tno base extending tip to the parlor window sills : wide n arble steps, walnut double front door, marble vesti bule, double vestibule doors and wide hall; the first floor has parlor, dining-room, with sunnvside heater, marble mantels; kitchen, with low-down range, dresser, sink, etc. ; kitcnen is painted through out; second noor has 2 chambers, stationary wash stand, bath-room, with water-cioset, saloon sitting- room, with bay window, etc.; third story has 4 chambers and store-room. The nouse nas 13 closets. besides the dresser; It is papered throughout in the best manner, It Is stripped on the north and east walls, tin roor, tne cellar is cemented and is provided with a nrst-ciass nearer, unuergrounu drainage, etc. The builder guarantees to finish the house lu every respect, street Improvements included, but does not furnish the gas fixtures. Terms fwoo may remain on mortgage, possession witn deed. Key at the auction store. M. THOMAS A SONS, Auctioneers, B 19 21 23 Nos. 139 and 141 S. FOURTH Street. ffT REAL ESTATE THOMAS A SONS' SALE. Li:::' Desirable Business Location. Three-and-a- Imlf-Btory Brick Store and Dwelling, No. 531 Callow- hill street, on Tuesday, dune 7, iio, at 12 o clock. noon, wld be Bold nt public sale, at the Philadelphia r.xchange, all that lliree-and-a-hair-slory brick store end dwelling and lot of grouud, situate on the north side of Callowhill street, 33 feet 4 Inches east of Sixlh street, No. 631 ; containing in front on Callow- hill Btreet lit reet, ana extending northward, at rignt nn tries with Callowhill street, on tho east side thereof, CO feet 6 Inches; thence westward, parallel with Callowhill street, 14 feet 5 inches; thence south ward at right angles with Callowhill street, 4 feet 6 Inches: thence westward, parallel with Callowhill street, 4 feet 7 inches; thence southward 49 feet to Callowhill street, and thence eastward along Cal lowhill street V.) feet. The houso has the gas throughout. iu rent roriiou. possession July l, lbio, imo to oe pain at time oi saie. M. THOMAS A SONS, Auctioneers. B 21 B3t Nos. 139 and 141 S. FOURTH Street PUBLIC BALE THOMAS & SONS, AUC- '1 TIONEEHS Modern three-story brick Kesl- oence, No. 835 North Thirty-second street, between Hamilton ana uaring streets, on Tuesday, Aiayui, 1870, at 12 o'clock, noon, will be sold at public sale, at the Philadelphia Exchange, all that modern three Btoiy brick (rough-cast) messuage, with two-storv back building aud lot of ground, situate on the east Bide of Thirty-second street, ottween Hamilton and Baring streets, No. 335; the lot containing In front on Thirty-second street 26 feet, and extending iu depth loo feet. Tho house has parlor, dining-room and kitchen on the first floor; 2 chambers, slttlu j- rocm and bath on tne second noor; s enamours mi the third; gas introduced, bath, hot ana cold watr. furnace, cooking range, etc. Keys next door, No. 333. Terms uaucasn. immediate possession. Clear or an incumbrance. M. THOMAS & PONS, Auctioneers, 6 19 21 29 Nos. 139 and 141 S. FOURTH Street. TRUSTEES' SALE. THOMAS A SONS, Auctioneers. Tracts of land, 159Sand 713 acres. AVest Virginia. On Tuesday, June 14. 1870. at 12 o'clock, noon, win be sold at public sale, at the Phila delphia Exchange, the following described tracts of laud, viz. : wo. j. ah that tract oi iana, containing anout 1593 acres, more or less, situate in Ritchie county, West lrginia. No. 2. All that tract of land, containing about 713 actes or land. Kitcnie county, v est lrginia. The above tracts are mountain laud ana well wooded, bee plan. Terms One-third cash, one- third In six months, and one-third in twelve nunths, with Interest from date of sale. By order of L. F. BARRY, Trustee or jojijn iikkk. .Dl. 1I1U9IA3 a bujs, Auctioneers, 6 21s4t Nos. 139 and 141 S. FOURTH Street. 1 HKMi HSl'&llS-TUUMaS it HUMS' BALIS, !i Jlodern Three-storv llrlok Itesldenee. N. K. corner of Twenty.second and Norris streets. Oa Tu sday, June 7, ls70, at 12 o'clock, noon, will be sold at public Bale, at the Philadelphia Exchange, all that modern three-story brick dwelling and lot of ground, situate at the N. E. corner of Twenty, second and Norris streets (being No. 2001 N. Twenty Becond street) ; the lot containing in front on Twenty. set-ond street 21 feet 9 lncties, and lu depth along Norris street 175 feet to a 50 feet wide street. The house is 22 feet front by 82 feet deep, contains is rooms, with every convenience; solid walnut stair way, washstands, marble vestibule, underground drainage, marble mantels, bell calls, etc. Immediate possession, tuu to.ne paid at time or sale. M THOMAS A 8ONS, Auctioneers, 5 21 B3t Nos. 139 and 141 8. FOURTH Street. REAL ESTATE TIIOMAS k SONS' SALE. Modern Three-story Hrick Dwelling, No. UH North Kightn street, with a tnree-story brick dwell ing lu the rear on Perth Btreet. On Tuesday. Ma? 81,lb70, at 12 o'clock, noon, will be sold at public sale, at tne rnuaaeipuia Lxcnauge, an tnose mes suases and the lot of grouud thereunto belonifinz. situate on the east side ol Eighth street, north of Master street; containing in (ronton Eighth street 17 feet, and extending in depth I112 feet 9',' inches to Perth Btreet. The improvements are a modern three-story brick dwelling, with two-story back building, fronting on Eighth street; has the modem conveniences and in good repair; also, a three. ft orj brick iu the rear on Perth, btreet. Terms f:;(t)0 may remain on mortgage until March next. Immediate possession. May be examined. M. THOMAS A SONS, Auctioneers, 6 19 21 23 Nos. 130 and 141 FOURTH Street. REAL ESTA1 K. TIIOMAS it SONS' SALE. Hi BuBiiH'fiS Stand. Thrce-siory Crick store and Dwelling. No. 4;i4'J Main street, Mantiyunk. on Tuesday, June 7, lbTO, at pi o'clock, no m, will be Eold at public sale, at the Philadelphia Exchange, all that three-story brick store and d welling and lot of ground, situate on the west side of Main street, Manayunk, No. 4342; containing in front 17 feet 8 inches, and extending In depth Ml feet on one Hue and 63 feet on the other. It is occupied as a stoni ...... i uriillln Inia tmttr urlnitnin n.u rannn . . 1 vault under froant pavement. Terms fl&nu may remain on moriRage. M. THOMAS fe SONS, Auctioneers, 6 21 sat Nos. 139 and 141 S. FOURTH Street. REAL ESTATE THOMAS Jc SONS' SALE.- :;! Modern Two-story Brick Dwelling, No. 2126 rankliu street. On 'i'uesuay. May 81. 1S7U. at 12 o'clock, noon, will be sold at public sale, at the Philadelphia Exchange, all that modern two-story brick mensuage (with Mansard roof), and lot of ground, situate on the west side of Franklin street, No. 212U; containing la front on Franklin street 14 feet, aud extending in depth 70 feet to a 4 feet wide alley. It has parlor, dining-room, and kitchen on the Urst tloor; 2 chambers, sitting-room, and bath room on second floor, and 2 chambers on third floor: gas, bath, hot and cold water, furnace, etc. Terms IIOUU may remain ou mortgage. M. THOMAS A SONS, Auctioneers, D 19 21 23 Nos. 139 and 141 S. FOURTH Street fP PUBLIC SALE THOMAS & SONS, AUC tr ; j! tloneers. gi-siory rrauieLoiiage,ix. is. corner 4Twentv-secoud and Tioga streets, on Tuesday, Mav 81. 1S70. at 12 o'clock, noon, will be sold at public sale, at the Philadelphia Kxchauge, all that x-story frame cottage and lot of ground, situate at the N. E. comer of Twenty-second and Tioga streets; the lot containing in front on Tioga street sou feet, and extending in depth 229 feet 6 inches to Atlantic Btreet. The house has 7 rooms, newly pa pered throughout; has gas, well shaled with trees, Shrubbery, etc. It is 1)4 squares west of Tioga Sta tion, on the pavement. Subject to a dower of s9 per annum, and a Miortcage of flood. Terms liouu tush. W. THOMAS A KOs'S, Auctioneers. in t2t Nos. 132 and 141 S. r uL Kl'H Strccu OORDAQE, ETC WEAVER & CO., II O 11? 11 ANIJFACTlJltr.RH HII c;iiAsi..i;itN, No. 29 North WATER Street and No. 23 North WHARVES, Philadelphia ROrE AT LtlWEST BOSTON AND NEW YORK PRICES. 4 1 CORDAGE. Manilla, Sisal and Tarred Cordage At Ixmest New York P'ricei and Freight EDWIN II. FITI.KU fc CO., Factory , TENTH St. aid GKRMANTOWH Arena. Store, V0. S3 V. WATF.R St and 83 K. DEL &W ARB 4WH1H. SHIPPINC gffiftt, LOUILLARD'S STEAMSHIP LINE FOB NEW Y O 11 It are now receiving freight at 3 ceulu per 100 paunds. 4 rents per loot, er 1-9 rent per cnllon, aht INSURANCE OF 1 TER CENT. Kitra rates on emnll packages iron, metals, eta. No receipt or bill of lading signed for less than SO oentl, The Line would call attention of merchants generally to tbe fact that hereafter the regular shippers br this Una will be charged only 10 cents per 100 lbs., or 4 oents per foot, dnring the winter seasons. I or farther particulars apply to JOHN F. OHL, 25 PIF.R 19, NORTH WHARVK8. jFfr PHILADELPHIA AND SOUTHERN ZaaLLLiMAIL, STEAMSHIP COMPANY'S RET. IT. liAU LINKS. . wur.r.n HiHKirr whakf, The VAZOO will sail for 1SKW OKI. HANTS. Til. VA NA, on THURSDAY, June ID. Tne AVJHlLi.KS will sail lrom KW ORLEANS, dl. rcrt, on Juno The TONAWANDA. will sail for SAVANNA IT nn SATURDAY. June 4, at 8 A. M. Tbe WYOMING will sail from SAVANNAH on SATURDAY, June 4. The PIONKKK will sail for WILMINGTON. N. a., nn SA'l URDAY, Juno 4, at 6 A. M. 7 hroupn bills of Incline signed, and passage tickets sold to all points South and W est. Ml.I.S OK LADINO SIGNED AT QUEEN BTREET WHARF, For freight or pnssago, aiiplT to WILLIAM 1.. jA.Tir.a, uennrai Agent. 4 25 No. 130 South THIRD Street. B3 PTIfT mPTPITIA ivn rrriBTua k x iiiu.ii'uui ttt. j iiiiiviiij o TON STEAMSHIP LINE. Thlalina is now composed of the following fit-it n Ins. SU-amships. sailing from rir.it i, tiolow bpruoe street, ou THURSDAY of each woek at 4 P. M. : ABllLftiN iJ, tons, uapt. urowell. J. W. KVKRMAN, 6C3 tons.Oapt. Hincklej. PROM El U KUS, OKI tons, Uapt. Gray. MAY, 1H7H. Prometheus, Thursday, Mav 19. J. W. Kvfliman, Thursday, May 2fi. Through bills of lading given to Columbia. 8. O., t"lo In- toriorot Georgia, and all poinUi South and Southwest. rrpignts fnrwnraea witn promptness ana ueapatcu. Rates as low as by any other route. Insuiance one half per cent., eltected at the office in GrM-cJasa companies- eio treigbt receiver nor Dins oi lading signoa alter a r. M. on day of sailing. No. 8 DOUK Streot, Or to WILLIAM P. OLYDK UO. No. 12 8. WHARVES. WM. A. COURTFNA Y. Agent in Oharloston. 6 i tf vnn nvuRPfinr. ivn nnpuva f A 1 . U. A-l 1.1. 1 ' U U11 1 ' w J u iTOWN.-Inman line of Mail Steamers are an. buinteu to sail sbiouowb; " . . .i n i . w no , T", s r VJiry or rariH, Datuniay, 01 ar i i. m. City of lUltiinore, via llalifai, Tuesday, May 31, 1 P.M. Oityof Brooklyn, Saturday, June 4, 9 A. M. City of Antwerp, Satarday, June II, at 1 P. M. And naoh auooeedina- Salnrdavand alternate: Toeada tarn Pier 46, North River. KAriCB Ur ranoauii, BY TBE KAIL STKAMKB SAUJKQ FVKHT 1ATTJBDAT. Parable in Gold. Payable in Oarrenov. FIRST OA1UN tlOO I BTEERAUK 3J To London. 106 I To Lonaon 40 To Paris 115 I To Paris 42 PASSAGE BY THE TUESDAY STEAMER, VIA BALITiX, rillST CAIIIN RTV.KRAaR- Payable in Gold. Payable in Uorrenor. Liverpool. Halifax Liverpool $96 Halifax U .. 20 Bt. John's, K. F., Bt. tionn's, a. v., I h. Krami.h HtAiniAf I ny tsranon bt earner PassenKers also forwarded to liavrs, Hauibarg, Bremen. aln . af. paiI nnml .nfni Ticket can be bought hero at moderate rates by persons wisbmg to snnd f or tbeir menas. , lor furthar particulars apply at ths Oompaay Offloes JOHN O. DALE, Agent. no. 15 riroaaway. N. Y. No. IS K road way. ur 41 CDONNFLL A FAULK. Asenta. Ho. 40i OUKSHUT Street. Philadelphia, EfJV PHILADELPHIA, RICHMOND, THKOUt.H FRHIUUT AIR LINK TO THK SOUTH A Kit YVKKT INCREASED FACILITIES AND REDUCED RATES run invu. Steamers leave every WKDNKSD AY and SATURDAY at 12 o'clock noon, lrom FIRST WHARF above Mi.il- K.KT htreet. UKI TUNING, leave RICHMOND MONDAYS and THURSDAYS, and NORFOLK TUESDAYS and SA TCRDAYH. ... Ne Bills of Lading signea alter u o'oiocB on sailing dajs. q HRntinil RATES to all noints in North and South Carolina, via Seaboard Air Line Railroad, connecting at rortsmoutn, ana to iiyncnDurg, va , renaosaoo, ana too Went, via Virginia and Tennessee Air Line and Richmond nnri nanvillA Railroad. Freight HANDLKD BUTONCK, and taken at LOWER RATK THAN AM V OTHER LINK. No charge for commission, drayage, or any expense of tranatcr. rteainsmps insuie ai luwesi rates. Freight received daily. t-talu Room accomuiodations for passengers. ciaio n WILLIAM P. OLYDK A CO., No. 12 8. WHARVFSand Pier I N. WHaRVKS. W. P. POR'l ER, Agent at Richmond and City Point. T. P. CROWKLL A CO., Agents at Norfolk. L FOR NEW YORK, via Delaware and Raritan Canal. lEXPllKKS STEAMBOAT COMPANY. umStHam 1'roDBllcra of the linn will communca luad. logon tbe Kth inatant. leaving dadyas nsual. TllKOFdH IN TWKNTY FOUR HOURS. Goods forwaidcd by all the lines goinerut of Now York Nortu, Kast, or went, tree 01 commission. Freights rereived at low rates. WILLIAM P. CLYDE Co., Agents, No. 12 South DELAWARE Avenue. JAMES HAND, Agent. , No. 119 WALL Street, New York. 8 44 FOR NEW YORK, VIA DELA- ware and Karitan Canal, s BWIFISL KK TRANSPORTATION COM PAMV DESPATCH AND KWIKTSURE LINES, Leaving daily at li M. and 6 P. M. The stem propellers of this company will commence oaning on tne Mn ot Aiarun. '1 urolith in twenty-lour hoars. Goda forwarded to any point free of commissions. Freight taken on accommodating terms. App y to wlLTilAM M baIRD A CO., Agents, 4 No. 132 South DKLAWARK A venae DELAWARE AND CHESAPEAKE STKAM TOWUOAT COM P ANY. Bargei lowed between f uilauoloma. lialoiinore. Uiivio tie Urate, Delaware City, and intermediate poiais. WILLI am f. t'LiiiK a J(J., Ajoaia. Captain JOHN I.Al'tiHLIN, Knperintondeot. OiJice. No. 12 South Wharves, Philadelphia. 4 11 xTctr rvntipoa t i vt? ti Alexandria. Oeorffutown. and Was'linzton D. C. via CheaanoakB and llnlawar i'anul, Willi connections at sieiamiria lrom tne mo Direct nLte for Lynchburg, riristol, Knoxville, Naauviile, Ual- if.n nnil tlA VmitliU'Aat. i-t earner a leave regularly every Satarday at noon from tbe lust wliuri above Market street. I rcigbt received dailwILUAM P CLYDE CO.. No 14 NortU and South WHARVES. T-YDE ft TYLER, Agents at Georgetown: M, Ki DR1DGK A CO., Agents at Alexandria. 6 1) CLASS. 205 tJ LASM. 207 BENJAMIN II. SnOEMAKElt, Importer ot FOREIGN W1NUOW GLASS, Manal'avtnrerof AMERICAN WINDOW GLASS, bole Agent for tho salti of FRENCH WHIl'it PLATK ULASrj, iiKKNUii LOOBLIK(i-LK8 PLATES. FUKNCil SKY LU.IH' OLtKS Htving been appointed Sole Agent in Philadeliinia for tbesule or tne proouctsor tua t KKNQH PL A IK tiLASS COMPANIES, I would draw tbe attention or purcnassra to the very superior uuality of Glass made by them. It is whiter and uaore uiguiy poiiaueu iu.u aujr uutss t;l"aa ia iu worm, and wur- h twenty per cent, more for building puroosea. For aiilo, with every other variotv of t.LAsS, Oruauien la!. Loloieu, Cut, r ini.-ea, ana rutin, ny lifcivj. n. hiioh MKKrr, Nos. Aid, 2'i7, 2uii. 211 N FOl li I'll klroet. JC'y ABOVE RACK. lib Intro) PROPOSALS. DEPARTMENT OF PUI1LIC H ton WAYS, OKKtrR No. 104 8. Firm Strbt, Pun.APKi.rniA, May 2n, 1S7U. NOTICK Ti) CONTRACTORS. SEALED rilOPOSALSwill be received at the Om.-e of the Thief Commissioner of Highways nntll 19 o'clock M., on MONDAY, fl'Hh Instant, for the con struction or a newer on inn line or clems street, rem tr.p newer in Liter siren tauwara to san- teenth street, with aa insUe tilanieterof four fel sis Inches; thence northward al-ng Eighteenth street to the n' rth lino of Norris s rect, with an lntde dlaine terol five fee.N Saltl Sewers to bo constructed w'th bricks, and t be circular in shaoe, and in aecjrilanci wl h speclil catl' r s prepari d " by the Chief Knglneer and Sur- eTor.vi itn sucn mnn-noies as mav ne directed nv the Chief Engineer and Surveyor. The understanding to be that the Sewers herein advertised are to be romrleted on or before tho 81st day of July, lHTti. And tne contractor snail take nuts prepared against the property fronting on said Sewers to the amount of one (Kjluir and llfty cents for each lineal foot of irnnt on eacn sine oi tne Btreet as so muciicash paid: the balsncc, ns limited by ordinance, to be p:iid bv the city; and the contractor will be required to keen me street anu sewers in good order for three years after the sewer Is finished. nen tne fircei is uccupn-'i ny a nj i-assenger Railroad track, the sewer shall be constructed along side or sam track in sucn manner as not to obstruct or Interfere with the safe paspnge of the cars thereon ; and no claim for remuneration shall be paid the con tractor by tne company using said track, as specified in Act of Assembly approved May 9, isoo. No allow, ance will be made for rock excavation, except by special contract. Lain proposal win ne accompanied ny a cer tificate that a bond has been filed in the Law Department as directed by ordinance of May 25, lS6ti. If the lowest bidder shall not execute a contract within five days after the work Is awarded, he will be deemed as declining, and will be held liable on bis bond for the difference between his bid and the next lowest bidder. Specifications may be had at the Department of Surveys, which will be strictly adhered to. The Department of Highways reserves the right to reject all bids not deemed satis factory. Aii bidders may oe present at tne time ana mace of opening Hie said proposals. J1A11LUiN 11. U1C1V1NM03I, 6 S7 2t Chief Commissioner of Highways. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HIGHWAYS. Office, No. 104 S. Fifth Stkbrt,! Philadelphia, May 28, 1S70. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. SEALED PROPOSALS will be received at the Ofllce of the Chief Commissioner of Highways until 12 0 clock ot., on otonda 1 , 30th instant, for the construction of a sewer on the line of Franklin street, from the sewer at Oxford street, to the south curb-line of Columbia avenue; on Tioga street, from Filteeiith to Sixteenth street; on Ridge ave nue, from Twenty-second street to the of Columbia avenue; on Thirty-seventh street, from Raring street to Powelton avenue, und on Lancaster avenue, from Park, or Tt Irty-seventh street. Tho paid rewers to be constructed with brick, ami to be circular In form, with a clear Inside diameter of three feet. A twelve-Inch vltriiled drain-pipe (with Rllillnn collar Instead of the old stTle of bill! in Prime street, from the east side of Third etreet to a point about one hundred and llfty feet east of the said Third street, with such manholes ns may be directed by the Chief Engineer and Surveyor. Tho understanding to be that the sewers herein adver tised are to be completed on or before the 81st day of July, 1S70. And the contractor shall take bills prepared airalnst the property fronting on said sewer to the amount of one dollar nnd fifty cents lor each foot of front on each side of the street as so much cash paid ; the balance, ns limited by ordi nance, to be paid ty ine city;auu tne contractor will be required to keep the street and sewer ia good order lor three years after the sewer is finished. When the street is occupied by a cltv passenger raliroad track, the sewer shall be constructed along side of Find track in sucn manner as not to ob- stiuct cr interfere with the safe passage of the cars thereon; and no claim ror remuneration shall be paid the contractor by the company using said track, lis specllied iu act of Assembly approved May 8, ls6rt. No allowance will be made for rock excavation, ex cept by special contract. Each proposal will be accompanied by a certillcate that a bond bns been tiled in the Law Department, bs directed by ordinance of May 25, isoo. If the lowest bidder shall not execute a contract within five days alter tbe work is awarded he will be dtemed us declining, and will be held liable on his bond for thfl difference between his bid and the next lowest bidder. Speculations may he had at tne Department of Surveys, which will bo strictly ad hered to. The Department of Highways reserves the right to reject all bids not deemed satis factory. Ad bidders may be present at the time and place of opening the said proposals. MAHLON n. DICKINSON, 6 27 2t Chief Commissioner of Highways. OFFICE OF ASSISTANT COMMISSARY-GENERAL OF SUliSISTENCE, CHIEF COMMIS SARY OF SUBSISTENCE MILITARY DIVISION OF THE ATLANTIC. Philadelphia, Pa., May 26, 1370. Scaled Proposals, in duplicate, will bo received by the undersigned, directed to P. O. liox 1780, Phila delphia, or to Headquarters Military Division of the Atlantic, ISroad street, Philadelphia, until 10 A. M., June 27, for supplying the following subsistence stores, to be delivered in this city by June 80 (dray age to be furnished by the (Quartermaster's Depart rnent viz. : 4 barrels Pork, Mess or Trlme Mess which to be statea to be at least 200 pounds of Meat per barrel, in original packages preferred. 900 pounds first quality, thoroughly smoked Bacon Sides, lu tleices. 44 barrels ot first quality, extra superfine South ern, St. Louis, or other brands of Flour. 324 pounds prime White Beans, to be packed In barrels head-lined. ITU pounds Carolina Rice, in clean, good stout oak barrels. 400 pounds Rio CorTee In sacks, green. 628 pounds of clean, dry Brown Sugar, equal la quality to Stewart's "C Sugar, In barrela nead lined. 87 pounds best quality of Adamantine Candles, to be 16 ounces to the pound, packed In boxes. 260 pounds good hard Soap, packed in boaes. 1 barrel clean, dry, flue Salt. 10 pounds pure black Pepper, ground, In pound papers, packed in box. 13 gallons Yiuegar, army standard, packed In keg. No charge for packages allowed. Samples of all the stores except the meats required with the bids, aLd referred to therein. Also a printed cody of this advertisement must be attached te each proposal. The seller's name, place of business, and date of purchase as well as the name of contents, with ship ping marks to be hereafter designated, must be plainly marked on each package. Planks for proposals furnished on application, which must be enclosed In an envelope addressed to tho undersigned and endorsed "Proposals for Sub sistence mores." C. L. KILBURN, C 26 4t Bvt. Brlg.-Geu. and A. C. U. S. TO CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. SEALED PROPOSALS, endoised "Proposals for Building a Public Schojl-House in the First WArd," will be received by the undersigned, at the oilloe, southeast corner of SIXTH and ADELPHl Sireeis, until TUESDAY, Mav 81, 1S70, at twelve o'o ock OT., for building a public school-honse on a lot or ground situate on the corner of the Seventh and Dickerson streets, in the First ward. Said school-house t,o be built In accordancs with the pianB of L. II. Esler, Superintendent of Sjhool RuihlinRS, to be seen at the oitlce of tho Controllers of Public Schools. No bids will lie considered unless accompanied by a certificate from the City Solicitor tiist the provi sions of an ordinance approved M iv 25, 1S6', have been complied with. The contract will be awarded only to known master builders. By order of the Committee on Property. II. UALLnVELL, 6 IS 21 S4 23 81 SecreU'y. TO CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. SEALED PROPOSALS, indors- d -Pr.p isaU for building a public schocl-house in the Twenty-first ward," will be received bv the nndersirned at tun oft'.ce, S. E corner of SIXTH aud ADELPHl Streets, until 1UESDAY, Mav 81, 18;o, at 11 o'clock M., for building a public school-house on a lot of ground Bituate in Roxborough, in tne Twenty-first ward. baid Bchool-houBe to be built in accordance with the plans of I . 11. Ecler, Superintendent of School Buildings, to be Been at the otilce of the Controllers of Public Schools. No bids will be considered uuless accompanied by a ceitillcate from the City Solicitor that the pro visions of u ordinance approved May 25, 1S60, have been complied with. The cotitract will be awarded enly to known mu ter builders. By cider of the Committee nn Property. 11. W. dALLt WELL, 6 IS 21 24 2S 31 Secretary. DIVORCES. ABSOLUTE DIVORCES LEGALLY Ob tained in New York, Indiana Illinoia, and othat Statea, lor persona from any blal or Country, legal every wbere; desertion, drunkeanaaa, non-aopport. ei., earn. eient cuufco: no publicity: no clmrue until divorce ob taiued. Advice iree. tttuinae enuibiuhrd fitteen year Addrcaa. M. HCSK, Attorney. (SI 2m No- 7$ NASSAU Street, Naw York Oily AUO riON SALES, M TIIOMAB ft SONS, NOS. 1S3 AND II e (9. FOURTH BTRKHT. PatB No. 1341 Tjoinbard Mrcot. SUrF.RIOTt UliMTl'HK, PIANiv. IMKR MIRR )R, FIKK UKUriSKiiH CARPKTS, K TO. I In MiinHn. t i rrt i n it i 9 N fhirtrtntli Mrect, aV-nvo Magtpr. Strut!- K V.AI.M--I' par. cut. 1X(. Kol'il. ANlCilAMBtK H.RNIII RK- Kr,mh Plate Pior' Mirror, tine BrusxeK Imperiol, and otlior Car'iets, oto. On Tueaday Morning, May 31, at 10 o'clock, the miiverinr nirniturn, by cv logiip, r nipiising walnut parlor furuiturn, covered with haircloth; walnut, ont re nnd bnuigu it t.ibi'M, TcnnPHoxe n att'le topa; walnut, ptagire; fire French plate pier inir roi, gilt frulne: walnut extension dining taliln; chilli and gliiffcwaie; walnut and reps aitting roo o furniture; wa nut and cottage chamber furniture; niahoirury wardrobe-3 line Venetian hlinria. l-'reuch atyle; Hie llrmaola, ttnne riol, and other cart eta; cooking utenaiia, oto. &2t-2t BALK OF RKAL KSTATK AND 8TOOKS, clm'e- l la 0'c,ock aoa, at tbe Exchange, will ia- 2 X JTf -'""''. No. 719-Modem Kid no-, 1 W liMT-bKCc N1 and MOUNT VE 't0, S T. corni r Modern Kemderce, VKNAMiO.abnvo TW FR1 Y-MRST HtntlBime Re sidence. M V K NT K NTH (NoHh).No. 1ti05-Modni Residence. CJC'llMhlA AVK.NUK.No ltiiM-Modern Z .1 c". TllllU(!ontb), No. -8'-Modern Rosideuca. HAV AU . 0. 7D7- CJ.nteel Dwelling. PINKSlreot, Kaftof l-ORTIRTH -Ten Dealrahfe T-0i. 'A a AO, above NOVRIS-ISMocem Dwellings. THIRTi SKUOND (Norto), No. iu-Moera Reei dence 1 W KLFTH and CAMILLA, B. E. cornor-lavorn and Dwelling. HUN K UN. No. 2IJS-Modem Dwelling. M'M UK, No. RiHia Klcgant Keaidence FKill'llI crorth). fo. UM- Modern Delling KLKVfMH (honth), No. 2t'-I,ivery Stable. FAKKISI1.No. 13.K-(lonteol Dwelling, WAI.I ACK, Noa. II5 and l:17-britk Factory. FKVKNTK.r N t'H (.South), No. In21- liooteel Dwelling. (Ii ESNUT aVKMK, Chcsuut Hill -Miini-ajme rlei oence. 'I WKNTY-SFCOND and TIOOA Streets, N. K. cornor Frame Cottage MAIN Street, Haddonfield, N J. Valuable Rooidonce and a. Acre. GROUND RENTS J3.-1 and ff 27 a year. Ry order of tbe Fxtcutor of the Faute of Jo'ju U. Wie. ninnn. deceased. a 0 ahares Punlutci tnl t o. 4t aharea CaldweM Oil Co. 311 shares Rojal Oil (Jo 1041 aiiarrs Sugar Dale Oil To. fit tl tha-es Rat hbono and Camdon Oil Co. lt Aexharrs New York and Middle Coal Hold Co 86 shtrtH I'rcaton Cotil and Iiuproveniont Co. For Other Accouiita. 2 shans Consolidat ion Nat ional Hank. W ahares Fmpire Tranaportatirn tin. ltli shares Central Transportation Oo. 1 share 1'oint llreer.e park. 310 shares New Creek Co. 'in thates Pennsylvania Salt Mnnufnrturiug 0o. 2H shares Spring Knrdcn Insurance Co. Mali No. 1 Point litetre Park. e sbarcs Contirr nta' Hotel. 129 shares Candina Iron Co. fr2;i7 Subuvlkill Navigation loan, P37S. 24 bsri s Pennsylvania I" iie lnsnrance Co. 1 share Camden nnrt Atlnntio 1 and Co. 5slmras Ccminercial Exchange Assoi-in'ion. 4 sharps Philiidtlphia and Southern Mail Steatnhin Oi. 8:.(K II 2d niorlgitge Oo.tuubus and Indianapolis Hallway. Catalogues now ready. "PUNTING, DUl'.ROROW & CO., AUOTIO" XJ KKRS, Nca. 2.12 and 8I!4 M A H K KT Streal, eorna. Bank (treat, hneoeasori to John B. Myers A Oo LARGE SALE OK FPKNC H AND OTHER EURO PKAN DRY OOOD8. On Monday Morning. Mny 30, nt 10 o'clock, cm tour inontba' credit, inclu ling en im port nnt rprcisl sale ot W0 canons bonnet and aaaii nLlionB, by crdcr ol Messrs. SOLFI.IAC I RKRKS, And two other well known importing houses. 5 25 It SALE OF 2100 CASKS ROOTS, SHOES, HATS, ETO On'l'uisdny Morning, May 31, at 10 o'clock, on four months' credit. 6 35 Ct LARGE SAIE OF KKITISH, FRESOH, GERMAN AND HOMKhTIO DRY GOODS. On 1 liursdny Morning, June 2, at 10 o'clock, on tour months' credit. 6 27 61 LAIiOK SALE OK CARPET INCS, M0 RJI.I 9 VtllllF, RKD CHECK AND FANCY CANTON MATTINGS, HO. On I'liduy Morning, June 3, at 11 o'clock on lour months' credit, about 2U0 pieces ingrain. Vent-liar, list, hemp, cot luge, and rag carpetings Canton mattings, oil cloths, eto. 6 28 5t THOMAS BIKCII A if ON, AUCTIONEERS AND COMMISSION M h RCH A NTS, No. 111C CUKSNUT Striet, rear entrance No. 1107 Sansorn street. Pale at No. 22 S. Thirty-ninth street, West Philadelphia. Bl'PMOOR WALNUT PaRI.OR. CHAMIiKK, S!T. TING-ROOM and Dining Room Furniture; Brussels T hree. ply and Ingiain Carpets, Mo. On Tuesday .Morning, May 31, at 10 o'clock, at No. 22 s. 'Ihirty ninth street, Weat Philadelphia, i-y catub-gue, will bo sold tlie ent ire Household Furniture of a family declining bnumfkeeping, ct mpr-smg Walnut parlor tune covered with terry roue; centre table, marhlo top; wulntit chamber suit, marfile tops; spring seat loung and chairs; walnut ti ii-lioard, marble top; extension table; bruxs -ls, three ply, and ingrain caipets; kitclun iurnituro, etc. May bo examined early on morning of sa'o. 6 1:3 2t MR CART, MEINJNf!FR'S SKCOM ANNUAL SAI.K t)F M.KCiANT CABINET FURNITURE, UPHOL bTPRY, ETC. On Tuesday Mnrninr, May 81, at 10 o'clock, at the auction store, Nn. 11U Ohea. rut street, will be sold, by catalogue, Mr. CARL Mb.ltf INGKR'S Kutne Stock of Klevant Cabinet Furnituri and I'pholstery, niane eip'essly for his regular retail sales, comprising Very rich drawing renm suits covered with finest brocatelle, plush, and teriy. with centre and bououet tables to match ;iuporinr!ubamtcr suits with wardrobes to match ; library suits, in ninroooo and terrv ; extension tables; sideboards and bullets, with rnartde tops; secretary bookeases; cabinet do. ; vents' Spanish armchairs; ladies' rockert; cane-seat chairs, ete. The furniture will be on exhibition on Monday, May 30, with catalogues. Mr. Mainingor will guarantee every piece of furniture gold, as being lust-clam in every reapeot. I422t rj a. McClelland, auctioneer NO. 1219 OHE8NUT BTRxTKT. Personal attention given to sales of Household Fum ture at dwellings. Pubho sales of Furniture at the Anetlon Rooms, NO, 121M I HRKNUT Streeet. every Monday and Thursday. For particulars tee fublic L-tlqrr. (I U N. B. A superior class of F omit ore at private sale. SCOTT'S ART GALLERY AND AUCTION COMMISSION SALESROOMS. H. SOO ri', Jr., AuoUoneer, No. HIT CHKbNUT Btreet. (Oirard Rowl, MARTIN BROTHERS, AUCTIONEERS. (Iately Haleemen for M. Thomas A Sons.) No. 704 OUKKMjT Street, rear entrance 'rom Mini.- LIPPINCOTT, SON fc CO., AUCTIONEER. No. 840 MARKET Street. LARGE SALE OF BOOTS AND SHOES. On Monday Alcruiiig, Mty 30, at 10 o'clock. 6 17 it BY BARRITT eft CO., AUCTIONEER! CASH AUCTION HOUSE. 11184 1 HQ. 830 MARKET Stroet, corner of Bank street. Cash advanced on consignments without extra charge. N LOUISVILLE, KY W. GEORGE AKT FRHON. IT. 0. gTCCKT. THOMAS ANDKKSON CO. (Kstabbabed lfi). AUCTIONEERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, LOU1SV1LLK, KY. Businrrs btrictly Cominituiou. All auction saleaexcla sively for caah. Consigru:ents solicited for auction or private aales. Regular auction sales of boots, shoes, and bats every 1 huibiity. KfRular auction erlesof dry gocOs, slothing, oarpete notions, etc., every Wednesday and 1 huraday. 13 lit 6m ROOFINO. TlEADY ROOFIN Q i litis Roofing ia adapted to all bnildinga It can be applied to u-j.jj.hP OR FLAT ROOFS at one-hall tue expense of tin. It ia readily pot on old Shingle Roots without removing the shingles, thus avoid ing the damaging ot ceiliuga and fnrnimre while nnder ffoine repr-irs, tNo gravel nued.) Ir"sV.RVH 0CRriNJ00hTWITH WBLTOnT I am always prepared to Repair and Paint Hoofs at ehs notice. Alao, PAINT FOR SALE by the barrel or gallon the beet and cheapest in tbe market- WELltlN 175 No. 711 R. NiNTli Street .above Ooate J. H M 1 T IX CO. TIN, COPPER, AM) IRON ROOFERS, No. 1624 SOUTH Mreet and No. Wl RIDGE Avenue. Patentees of the SPIRAL FCXPANSIVK CONDUCTOR SPOUT. This spout baa by a two yeara' trial proved to be a success, having iut up sou e WO ttacVs, every one of wliich has given entire satisfaction. It ia a spiral ooil, thus dispensing with the upright seam, which invariably breaks firat in Ibe spout. We guarantee it to be firm, more durable, to bear more freexing, and cost loss than any other good spout. Roofing and liuttonag at reoaon ablohricca. Old Roofs RepairoJ aud Painted. 6 21 lm TO BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS. We are prepared to furnish Fngliatj imported iSPHLT10 ROOFING Kril.T in quantities to suit. 1 his rooting was used to cover the Pa... Petition in 17. M FRI'll NT A OO.. j 13 In, Noa. 617 aud olil ill.VOll Klroet. o NE DOLLAR GOODS, FOR 5 CENTS, If UrtDwl UlACA'B. RO. l D. autn.n stuwes. May 30, at tt) o'clock, by cttalfign)!, me superior l'nrnl turp, comprising-Walnut parlor furniture, covered ith rair c-loth ; walnut etagnre, Kraocih plate mirror lino k ; piano; rak extenaton dmiog table: clnna and glaiawaro; walnut and oak cnttao chandler furnit uro ; linn teaihcr i i ' u "r .'"ttrewira; pninU'il hrvc io ; walnut ntlice table i fino hrnaaole and imiiorial cat-pots; rofri t ; ccokiua utcnaila;oto. 5 27 it