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THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, JULY 5, 1870.
3 WEWfl nUlYtftliiliY. VUr Affairs. The New Orleans firemen spent Sunday at Atlantic City. Early Sunday morning two frame build ings on Market street, below Darby road, were destroyed by fire. On Saturday night William Davis, residing in Dauphin street, below Thompson, was knocked overboard by the, boom of- a sloop rn the Delaware, opposite tho mouth of the Schuylkill. The body wai not recovered. ratrick Hart, apod fifteen years, residing at Charlotte and Thompson streets, while playing with a pistol on Sunday, shot himself in the hand, indicting severe injury. On Sunday evening, about twenty minutes past seven o'clock, a disturbance took place in the beer saloon of Philip Arnold, Third street, nearCoatea, during which a man named William Has was badly beaten about the head. He was taken to the Seventh dis trict station house, where his wounds were dressed, and then taken to his home. Philip Arnold, the keeper of tho saloon, and Jacob Dringcaht were arrested on the charge of com mitting the assault. They were held in 00 bail each to answer at court. As an ordinance has been introduced into Councils for the purchase of the original gold medal voted by Congress to General Washington, we give tho following extract of a private letter written to James L. Claghorn, of this city, by L. Montgomery Dond, of New York, and also a description of tho medal: 'The present status of the medal is this: It is in the hands of a well-known gentleman i of New York, who is raisiug subscriptions for it towards placing it in the possession of the Historical Society of New York. The price is to bo ))). I have prevailed on the family to withdraw it from that connection, being anxious myself to see it the property of the city of Philadelphia. Dr. Clemson also prefers that it should come here to his native city, and tho deduction of .",00 from the price is made for this reason. Please lot me know as early as practicable if it will be taken, as the subscription in New York will go on if not sold to you. "I cm, very dear sir, yours very truly, "L. Mont;omekx Bond. "James L. Claghorn, Esq." By a vole of Congress of March 1770, a gold medal was ordered to be struck for General Washington, and a vote of thanks nlso passed to him and the officers and troops under his command, for their wise and spirited conduct in the siege and acquisition of Boston. The design of the medal is com memorative of the evacuation of Boston, March 17, 1770, and represents General Washington sitting upon his horse on Dor chester Heights, observing in the distance the British embarking upon their ships in Boston Harbor. The General himself selected the device, thereby conferring a lasting honor upon the city of Boston and State of Massa chusetts. The obv. and rev. given in the cut are of the actual size of the medal. The in scription surrounding the head is thus trans lated: "The American Congress to George Washington, Commander-in-Chief of the Armies, the Asserter of Liberty." That hich surrounds the picture of the siege is: "The enemy first being put to flight, Boston was recovered March 17, 1770." This is the unly medal that was voted by Congress to WjibhiDgton. A disturbance took place on Sunday morning, about half-past 'J o'clock, at St. Paul's Lutheran Church, corner of St. John und Brown streets. It appears that for some time a disagreement has existed among the members of the congregation, in relation to trie clergyman in charge, Rev. Mr. Reicke, a portion of the congregatioa claiming that ho Las no legal right to preach in the pulpit. On Saturday an injunction was granted, re training him from so doing. Be v. Dr. Man was accordingly requested to supply the pulpit on Sunday, and proceeded to the church lor that purpose. Having finished the open ing exercises, he commenced his discourse, when a number of the congregation rose to their feet and left the church. As they left the building the crowd on the outside commenced shouting and filling up the sidewalk in front of the building, thus preventing a free passage. The Mayor, hav ing been notified, sent a force of policemen, under Sergeant Gilchrist, who, on arriving on the ground, ordered the crowd to disperse, which they refusod to do, saying the property was theirs and they would not leave. He re peated his orders, each time meeting with a refusal, when he arrested Frederick Speill man, residing at No. 408 Poplar street; Ernest Letter, residing at No. 5;52 Poplar street; John Mohler, residing at No. H'.i Dana street; Matthew Milheiser, residing at No. ;'.3J Brown street. Tho parties were taken before Alderman Toland and held in $51)0 bail each for a breach of the peace and in citing to riot. Bev. Dr. Man, soon after the party left, came out of the church to go home, when a large crowd followed him using threatening words. The officers were finally obliged to surround him in order to protect him from violence. He was tlien escorted to his resi dence. The trustees of the church in conse quence of the disturbance ordered the doors tf the building closed, and no further service v. as held there during the day. Douieatic Affair. Gold closed on Saturday at 112. Cholera and smallpox still prevail in Cuba. The President will return to Washing ton on Wednesday morning. Another anti-Chinese meeting was held in New York on Saturday night. All the troops around Washington have teen sent to General Sheridan. A delegation of American Mechanics from this city visited Newark, N. J., on Saturday. Seven hundred and sixty-seven Chinese have arrived in San Fruncisoo during the past two days, and 8142 since January 1. An overdose of laudanum, "by mistake of a druggist," killed a lady in Brooklyn on Saturday. Saturday was the hottest day of the sea son in California, tho thermometer indi cating V8 at San Francisco and 115 in the interior. An accident on the Rock Island and Tacific Railroad on Saturday resulted in the death of one man and the wounding of seve ral others. Secretary Boutwell has ordered the sale of $4,000,000 of gold in New York during the present month, and also the purchase of !fcO,0X),000 of bonds on account of the Special and Sinking Funds. From returns received it is evident that the new Constitution of Illinois has been adopted by a large majority, a slight doubt, however, existing in regard to the minority represen' ation clause. Horrible atrocities by Indians are re poited from Cheyenne. The bodies of Dr. Bard, Harvey Morgan, and Major Grey have teen found, they having been murdered in iLt moht barbarous manner. A ii-e'np of planters pwl s' v-e-owicrs htld fit the Governor-General's palace in Havana, on Friday night. They approve of the abolition of slavery in that island by the Spanish Cortes, but wish to carry out the law in their own way. Fore I em Affntm. Darcy Irvine died in a lunatic asylum at Dublin on Friday. The discussion of the infallibility dogma is to close this week. The modification of tho English naturali zation laws creates considerable interest. Eighteen thousand emigrants left Liver pool for tho United States during June. The Emperor wears mourning for eight days in memory of Prince Jerome Bona parte. The funeral of tho late Earl Clarendon took place at Watford, Herts, on Saturday. The Catholics of St. Petersburg will adopt the Greek faith if the infallibility dog ma is approved. The petition of tho Orleans prinscs his been rejected by the Corps Legislatif by n vole of i 74 to 31. The clothiers of Cork are importing German workmen in place of the striker-. More trouble is looked for. Hon. W. E. Forsler, it is said, will be appointed Minister of Education, should the bill creating that office be adopted by Parlia ment. The final arrangmeuts for the ocean yacht race have been made. The yacht will start from Daunt Head Bay, thirteen miles from Kinsale. The editor of Le Reveille has been sen tenced to thirteen months' imprisonment for reproducing from the Fi'uro a false anecdote concerning the Lmperor and Larl Clarendon. M Alt IKE TELEGRAPH. For additional Marine Xsm see First Pane. ALMANAC FOR PHILADELPHIA THIS DAT. sch Rises 4 ?4 Moon Sets hVN SE7S 7-3-j .tlma WA1BR C-51 PHILADELPHIA HOARD OF TRADE. Thomas g. Hnon, ) t'r.v.is. J. Hoffman, COMi Tbomaa C. Hami, J J1IITTEK OF THE MONTH. MOVEMENTS OK OCEAN STEAMSHIPS. FOR AMEKICA. r.rcmen Bremen ....New York June 16 W'n Metropolis. Bremen few York June 22 Holland -....Liverpool... New York June 22 Nevada Liverpool. ..New York June 11 Caledonia Glasgow. . . .New York June 22 C. of Manch'r.. Liverpool... New York June 13 China. Liverpool. ..New York June 25 Ilolsatia Havre New York June 2." Hermann Havre New York Juue 25 FOR EUROPE. Idaho New Y'ork... Liverpool July 6 Denmark.... New York... Liverpool July 6 Caledonia. New Y'ork. ..Glasgow July 0 Ruscia New Y'ork. ..Liverpool July C Samaria New York. . .Liverpool July 6 New York New Y'ork. ..Bremen Juiy 7 Helvetia New York... Liverpool. July 9 Europa New Y'ork... Glasgow Ju!y 9 Perlcre. New Y'ork... Havre July 9 C. of Brooklyn. New Y'ork. ..Liverpool Juiy 9 C.of Baltimore. New York... Liverpool via H.July 12 C. of Bnissela..New York. ..Liverpool. July 1(5 Bellona New Y'ork... London July lii C. of Wash'ton.New York ... Liverpool July 23 COASTWISE. DOMESTIC. ETC. Alaska. New York. ..Aspinwall July C Wyoming Philadelphia. Savannah July 9 Geo. Wash'ton.New Y'ork. ..New Orleans. . .July 9 Malls are forwarded by every steamer In the regu lar lines. The steamers for or from Liverpool call at Queenstown, except the Canadian line, which call at Londonderry. The steamers for or from the ConU nent call at Southampton. CLEARED SATURDAY. Steamship Pioneer, Wakeley, Wilmington, N.C., Phi ladelphia and Southern Mall Steamship Co. Steamship Roman, Baker, Boston, H. Wlnsor & Co. SteaniBhip Hunter, Harding, Providence, L. S. Stet son & Co. Steamship Volunteer, Jones, New York, J. F. Ohl. Steamer Claymont, Kobiuson, Richmond and Nor folk. W. P. Clyde & Co. Steamer G. H. Stout, Ford, Georgetown and Alex andria, W. 1. Clyde & Co. St'r May (lower, Fultz, New York, W. P.Clyde & Co. st'r W. Whllldin, Rigglns, Baltimore, A. Groves, Jr. Brig Clai a Jenkins, Coombs, Bllboa, Jose tie Bessa Guimarcas. Brig Ellen Bernard, Coombs, Barbadoes, Warren & Gregg. Brig Ldith, Putnam, Bath, Weld, Nagle & Co. not as before. Si lir S. w. Halg, Brower, Newbern, C. Haslam & Co. Sehr Ella Matthews, McElwee, Charleston, do. Tug Thomas Jefferson, Allen, Baltimore, with a tow of barges, V. P. Clyde & Co. Tug Chesapeake, Merrihew, Havre-de-Grace, with a tow of barges to W. P. Clyde & Co. ARRIVEd"8ATTJRDAY. Br. ship Virginia, Campbell, 62 days from Liver pool, with mdse. to Peter Wright & Sons. SteamerCflester, Jones, 24 hours from New York, with nidse. to W. P. Clyoe ft Co. Steamer 11. L. Gaw, Her, 13 hours from Baltimore, with indue, to A. Groves, Jr. Steamer Mars, Grumley, 24 hours from New York, with mdse. to v. M. Baird & Co. Steamer W. C. Plerrepont, Shropshire, 24 hours from New York, with nide. to W. M. Baird & Co. . Brig Almon Rowell, Atherton, 11 days from Ma tanzas, with molasses to Isaac Hough & Morris ventel to Warren &. Gregg. Tug Fairy Queen, Vilnon, from navre-de-Grace, with a tow of barges to W. P. Clyde A Co. Tug G. B. Hutching, Davis, from Havre-de-Grace, with a tow of barges to W. P. Clyde & Co. ARRIVEDSUNDAY. Nor. bark Miudet, Ingelbrethsen, from Gottenburg April 88, with iron to Nay lor & Co vessel to L. WesterRaard & Co. Nor. bark Acadia, Larsen, from Gottenburg April 29, with iron to Najlor & Co vessel to L. Wester guard it Co. Brig Essex, Sleeper, 12 days from Cardenas, with molasses to Thos. P. btotesbury & Co. BELOW. Bark Rebecca Carnana, Llsegang, from Matanzas, for orde is. Brig Velocity, from Sagua. Correspondence of The Kveninn Telfaraph. EASTON A McMAHON'S BULLETIN. Nkw Yokk Okficb, July 2. Fourteen barges leave in tow to-night, for Baltimore, light. The Harvest Queen, with lumber, for Philadelphia ; Thomas Maloney and Wllgua, with empty bbls., lor do. ; and And. Allison, with salt, for do. Baltlmorx Branch Okficb, July 2. The follow ing barges leave In tow to-night, eastward: Fanny, M. T. Conly, Iowa, Ironsides, Young JarueH, J. A. Dunham. Joseph Lord, M. Helster, and Gov. Jones, with coal, for New York; and M. F. lLannlgan, with coal, for Philadelphia. Philadelphia Bhamcb Offick, July 4. Twenty four barges left this port light, for Baltimore, on Saturday and to-day. L. 8. C. MEMORANDA. Ship Tranimcbar, llarwar, from Liverpool for Philadelphia, was spoken lsth ult., 10; P.M., otT the Great ornibliead. Heartier De boto, from New Orleans and Havana, arrived at New Y ork 8d ult. Steamer Wyoming, Teal, for Philadelphia, cleared at Savannah 2d lust. Steamer Aleppo, Prown, from Liverpool 21et nit., at New Y'ork yesterday. r-teamer Etna, Lochead. at Halifax 1st inst. from New York, and proceeded for Liverpool. l;r. steamer Acadia, Lees, cleared at New York 2d Inst, for Glasgow. Steamer Varuna, Spencer, cleared at New York 2d lust, for Galveston via Key West. Steamer Western Metropolis, Quick, sailed from Swinemunde 17th ult. for New Y'ork via Bremen, etc. Steamer James S. Greea, Pace, for Philadelphia, sailed from Richmond Soth ult. Br. steamer Samaria, Martyn, from Liverpool, Queeuhtown, and Boston, at New Y'ork 1st inst. Steamer El Cid, Niernon, cleared at Wilmington, N. C Ht inst., for New York. Steamer Achilles, hence, at Portsmouth, N. II., 29th ult, Br. steamer Columbia, Small, cleared at New York 2d lust, for Glasgow. N. G. steamer Donau, Ernst, cleared at New York 2d lnbt. for Bremen. N. a steamer Baltimore, Voeck'er, from Bremen via Southampton, at Baltimore 1st lust. Steamer Crescent City, Norton, cleared a1". New Y'ork 2d int. for New Orleans. Steamer Harry Wright, Follett, from New Orleans for New York, cleared at Charleston Both ult. Sleanier Arii s, Wiley, hence, at Boston lit i'.st. Steamer J. W. Lverman, Hinckley, for Philadel phia, sailed from Ciiarlcston Is' iiiNt. Bark Sea Iireezi, Uoili'.t, Jur Phil vl ..-'ph!!, ca'e J at Liverpool 20th !f. riiiiadtlphia. Bnrk raoifieo, Psvarese, for rhilade'phla, cleared at 1 a.ermo mh ult. Br. bark Gutons, Dexter, hence for Rotterdam, at Bronwershaven 19th nit, Nor. bark Halifax, Olsen, for Philadelphia, sailed from Hamburg 19th ult. N. O. bark Emll, ChristoiTcrs, from Liverpool for Philadelphia, was spoken 1st lust., lat. 40 23, long. 72 30. Bnrk Brunswick, Fltts, for Philadelphia, cleared at Boston 1st Inst. Brig John Pierce, Walton, hence, at Newport 30th ultimo. Brig G. F. Geary, Conklin, for Philadelphia, cleared at Boston 3oth ult. N. G. brig Courier, Lund, from Talcrmo 2i'th April for Philadelphia, was cpoken lit Inst. off Nantucket. S' hr James McGee, Finn, hence, at New Haveu aoth ult. S( hr Lena Hume, Hurlburt, hence, at Eastport 2Mh ult. Schr Nevada. Davis, from St. John, N. B., for Phi ladelphia, at KiouuPBter soth ult. Si'hr P. C. Saunders, steel runn, from Newbaryport for Philadelphia, at New Y'ork 1st inst. Schr Billow, Eldridge, from New Bedford for Phi ladelphia, at New York 1st. inst, Sctirs J. II. Perry. Kelley, henejforNew Bedford, and Vermilion, lltgginson, hence for Providence, at New Y'ork 1st, lust. sehrs Sarah Wood, llkkman, and W. T. CurgUl, Kelley, for Philadelphia, e'eared at B'-is'.ou 1st inst. Sehr Hannibal, Cos, hence, at Newburyport 30th ultimo. Schr Wm. Walton, Hunter, hence, at Salem oOth ultimo. Schr Lfoneso, Meyer, hence, at Savannah 29;h ulr. Sclirs Frank Waiter, Rich; Fantilf1 11. liucklin, Bucklin; S. t E. Corson, Brown; R. W. Tu'c, Rich ards; and A. M. Lee, Dilki, hence, at Boston 1st i nit. S' hrs S. R. Jameson, Jameson, and ieo. 11. Squire, Timinoris, for riil'adelphia, at Charleston 30th ult. Schr Deratur, Berry, for Philadelphia, cleared at Boston ::)th uit. Schr G. M. Wentworth, Kobblns, hence, at Calais 2Tth ult. schr White Squall, Collins, for DiiladcrWa. C'd at Calais 24th ult, Schr Richmond, Guptlll, hence, at Rockland 2tth ultimo. Schr William F. Garrison, Morros, hence, at Gar diner 2Mb ult. Schr Marv G. Collins, Endioott, for Philadelphia, cleared ut St. Marys 21th ult. MISCELLANY. Schr ITfiTinah O. Hand. Hand, of Ca-ndcn, N. J., from Baltimore for Fall River, loaded with coal, was gototi Block Island, on Tuesday morning, by the Wrecl ing Company, from a dangerous position on the west side of the island, after throwing overboard about 7 tons coal. The number of vessels belonging to, or bound to or from pons In :he United States, reported totally lost and missing during the past inon li, is 22, or which 14 were wrecked, 1 abandoned, 1 foundered, 1 sunk after explosion, 1 sunk after collision, 1 cap sized, and 3 are missing. They are classed as follows: 3 fhlps. 6 bans, 2 brigs, and 11 schooners. Their estimated value, exclusive of cargoes, is 5UU,0Q0. LEGAL. NOTICES. IN Til E ORPHANS' COURT FOR THE CITY AND COUNTY OF PHILADELPHIA. Estate of JOSEPH CHARLES ANTOINE MORLOT. The Auditor appointed by the Court to audit, settle, and adjust the account of THOMAS 1). NANCREDE, Administrator of Joseph Charles An toine Morlot, deceased, and to report distribution of t:e balance in the hands of the accountant, will meet the parties interested for the purpose of his appointment on WEDNESDAY', July 13, 1S70, at 11 o'clock A. M., at his oitlce, No. 118 S. THIRD Street, second story, in the citv of Philadelphia. 7 2stuth5t EG BE HIT NICHOLS, Auditor. IN THE ORPHANS' COURT FOR THE CITY AND COUNTY OF PHILADELPHIA. Estate of RICHARD LLOYD, deceased. The Auditor appointed by the Court to audit, set tle, and adjust the account of SAMUEL F. FLOOD, Jh., administrator of RICHARD LLOYD, deceased, and to report distribution of the balance iu the hands or the accountant, win meet tne parties interested for the purpose of his appointment, on TUESDAY, juiy 12, mid, at 12 o ciocKM., at nis umce, rto. ax S. THIRD Street, in the city of Philadelphia. 0 2Stu!h85t" SAMUEL B. HUEY, Auditor. IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS FOR THE CITY AND COUNTY OF PHILADELPHIA In the matter of the Petition of ABB1E C. HALSEY, praying to be decreed a one sole trader. Now, June 25,1870, on reading and illlng said petition, and on motion of K. K. NICHOLS, tho Court appointed the undersigned Examiner to take testimony and fixed July 9, 1810, at 11 o'clock A. M., for a hearing. Th undersigned will take the testi mony under his appointment, July 6, at 11 o'clock, A. M., at oftiee No. 118 S. SIXTH Street. JOSEPH A BRA MS, 7 2 Bt Examiner. TN THE ORPHANS' COURT FOR THE CITY X AND COUNTY OF PHILADELPHIA. Estate of ANN II OR ION, deceased. The Audit r appointed by the Court to audit, set tle, and adjust the account of ''The Pennsylvania company lor insurance on Laves ana granting An nuities." administrators de bonis non cum testa mento annexo, on the estate of ANN HORTON, deceased, and to report distribution of the balance in the hands of the accountant, will meet the parties interested for the purpose or nis appointment, on July 5, A. D. 170 at 3 o clock p. m., at ma onice, no, liis'S. SIXTH Strett, in the city of Philadelphia. 6 24fmw&t JOHN ROBERlS, Auditor. TN THE ORPHANS' COURT FOR THE CITY J. AND COUNTY OF PHILADELPHIA. Estate of EZEKIEL LINCOLN, deceased. The Auditor appointed by the Court to audit, settle and adjust the account of ALEXANDER F. CHESEBROfJGH, ad ministrator of EZEKIEL LINCOLN, deceased, and to report distribution of the balance in the hands of the accountant, will meet the parties intereted for the purpose or nis appointment, on tuksu.iy, July rtn, ivio, at li o ciock a. .u.t at nis onice, wo. iai soutn it Til street, in tne city oi rnnaae phia. 0 24 fmwat WATCHES, JEWELRY, ETC. WILLIAM B. WARNE A CO., wnoiesaie ueaiers m WATCHES AND JEWELRY, s. E. corner SEVENTH and cuesnlt streets, 3 2M Second floor, and late of No. 35 s. THIRD s CLOCKS. VOW KB CLOCKB. BARL-LK CLOCKS. ERONZE CLOCKS. COUCOU OLOOKS. VIENNA REGULATORS. AMERICAN LOCKS XV. Kl SSJL1I.L, .'o. 22 NORTH SIXTH STRKET. ART EXHIBITION. QH FULfi JTJXIIIlf lTItt:V, AT CHARLES F. HASELTINES ART GALLERY No. 1125 CHESNUT Btreet, Eraun't famous AutoUpei (of Paris), oompiisiag Paintings, Drawings, Frescoes, Statuary of the galleries of Paris, Vienna, I lorocc Rome, Milan, Basle, Btxe-Weimar, etc., etc., amounting to tiuOO diverse subjects. Also, 800 diverse views cf European scenery and antiquities. Purtioular attention is called to "Moses," by Michel Angelo, as never before exhibited ; tbe new series of Paintings by Carlo Dolci, C'arloni, Huin, Guido Reni, eto. tbe whole collection of Rousseau's Landscapes ; and tbe Rembrandt Collection of the Uallery cf Cassel. 11 10rp WINDOW FASTENER. THE UNRIVALLED NEVER-FAILING X SKLF-LOCKINU WINDOW FAST. The beat, most oumplete, perfect, and durable article for becuriog wiuUowit either with or without wiglita that bu eer been ottered to tne public. Designed lor tbe nse ol dwell intra. fctoreM. faclories. stesniboatl. street and steam rail' way cars; securely locks the windows in any desired poiition, and can easily be applied to old and new Window t. ....... M.nnt'.nt.nrfld bv the Boston and Mermen Manufactnr Ing Company, No. ul COMM HKO Street, and sold by all the priccipal Hardware bosses in tbe city. iuiiijw j m ROOFING. READY ROOFIN G. This Rooting is adapted to all buildings. Jt cuu be applied to STEEP OR FLAT ROOFS at one-half the expense of tin. It is readily pat on old Shingle Roots without removing the shingle, thus avoiding the damaging of eeiiitig and f urmtire while undergoing repairs, gravel usl.) PRLbLUVK Vi l li TIN ROOFS Willi V7EL TON'S ELASTIC P VINT. I am always prepared to Repair Hiid Paint R H at short notice. Also, PAINT FOR SALE y n.o barrel or gailou; the best anJ cheapest iu th-i market. W. A. WtLTOM, 2i:j No. 711 N. NINTH St.. above Ooites. IV li It:' DiX CN'S. So" 51 6. cittinV-iett.' ' INSURANCE. DELAWARE MUTUAL) SAFETY INSURANCE COMPANY. Incorporated by the Legislature of PennsylTanlA, 1S30. Office south caft corner or THIRD And. WALNUT Btreeui, rnunneipnia. MARINE INSURANCES On Vessels, Cargo and Freight to aU parts of u worm. INLAND INSURANCES jn goods by river, canal, lake and land carriage II nttiw) ui viia uukiiju FIRK INSURANCES Merchandise generally; on Stores, Dwellings, Houses, eto. A8RET8 OF TI1B COMPANY November 1, 1869. f0,000 United States Five Per Cent. Loan, ten-forties Hie.OOOKX) 100,000 United States Six Percent. Loan (lawful money) lOT.TBO'OO 60,000 United States BU Per Cent. Loan. 1S81 eo.OOO'OC 800,000 gtate or Pennsylvania SLx Per Cent. Loan 113,950 '00 00,000 City of Philadelphia Six Per Cent. Loan (exempt from tax) J00,&16-00 100,000 State of New Jersey Six Per Cent. Loan 03,000-00 fi.OOO Pennsylvania Railroad Tlret Mortgage Blx Per Cent. ' Bonds 45u-?C Sf.OOO Pennsylvania Railroad Se cond mortgage Six per Cent. Bonds K.tiCOO K.OOO Wee'eru Fetinovlvania Rail road Mortgage Six Fer Cent. Bonds (Pennsylvania Railroad pnarantec) lO.OOO-OO 0,000 State of Tennessee Five Fer Cent. Loan 16,000 "00 T.OOO fetate of Tennessee Six Per Cent. Loan l.aTO-OO 19,600 Pennsylvania Railroad Com pany, Sfso shares stock 14,000 -00 C.000 North Pennsylvania Rail road Conirany, 100 snares etock J.MO'OO 10.COO FMladelphia ar.'n Southern Mall SteaniKhip Com pany, 60 shares etock T.600-00 ,SvO Loans on Bond and Mort gape, first liens on City Properties 14,0010 l,'X,M Par. Kr.rket value, tl.attf.ino-O Corft. ll.rilS.22-91. Real Estate m.oooto Bills Receivable for Insurances made... JS3,70076 Balances due ut Agencies: Premiums on Jliirtuo Po!ic!c, Accrued iiiieithi, ana oiner aeuts due tno com pany 46.097 -as Stock, Scrip, etc., of Sundry Corpora tions, 470fl. Estimated value t,740-ao Cash in Bank t:68,3i83 Caen In Drawer 72-i ie,2Jin 11,862,100-04 mpr-jTlirjl TtortMj C. Hand, annuel li. Stotes, John t Davis, , WiUiarn o. Boniton, El'.mniMl A. KrinrtpT. tlrtwaTii nrlinrtnn Theophllns Paulding, 'II. Jones Brooke, ja.iut B iruquair, jMiwara Laioarcaae Henry SloaD, Jacob RiegeL Henry C. Dallctt, Jr., Jacob P. Jones, pmes c. Hand, 'James B. McFarland. William C. Ludwlg, Joshua P. Eyre, Joseph H. Seal, Spencer Mcllvaln, HughCralp, II. Frank Robinson, Jot?n D. Tavlor. .1. R SnmnlA Plttar.uro George W. Beriittdon (A. B. Berger, Pittsburg, vviaifra C Houston, o. T. Morgan, Pittsburg THOMAS C. HAND, President. HT"VRY T.YT.TiT'HV. Snrnxur. HENRY HALL Assistant Secretary. 1 1 HOMESTEAD LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. Policies Issued on all the Ordinary Plans, AT LOW RATES CI? PREMIUM, With full participation In tne Profits. All 1'olicies INoii-Forfci table. Fnl Cash. Surrender Indorsed on Each Policy NO RESTRICTIONS AS TO TRAVEL OR RBSI DENCE. Tbe form of policy adopted ia rl&io and simple con tract, precise and definite in its terms, and free from niuuiKuuua vucaiuonji ana resiricuooe. Special attention ia called to tbe IlOSllilHTlXI PLAN tbii Company, offering the Combined advantages OF TUB Iluil(liii .Association Lil'o IuNurnnco. lery 1'elicy Holder (Secures a House ot His Own. Descriptive PampbJets, with Rates, furnHbed on appll cution to tbe Company. OFFICE, N. W. corner Seventh and Cfcesnut Sts. PHILADELPHIA. WILLIAM M. SEYFERT. President. LAL'RXNOE MYERS, Vice-President. D. BATES AGNEW, M. D., Medical Director. R. W. DORPULET, Secretary. WILLIAM L. HIRST Counsel. DuircTor.B. Wm. M. Beyfert, Lanrenoe Myers, J. M. Myers, Wm. S. McManos, Wm. B. Reaney, Kdward Sunnel, Clayton MoMicnael. 496m 1829 CIIARTER PEKPEiLAL. JgyQ Franklin Fire Insurance Company Office, Nos. 435 and 437 CHE&NUT St. Assets Jan. I , ,70L$2,825,73 1 "67 CAPITAL 1400,000-00 ACCRUED SURPLUS AND PREMIUMS. 2,429,731-67 INCOME FOR 1ST0, LOSSES PAID IN 1SC9, IMO.OOO. H-14,906-42. I,ot's paid since 1849 over 5,500,000. Perpetual and Temporary Policies on Liberal Terms. Tbe Company hIbo issues policies upon tHe Rents of all kluda of Buildings, Ground Rents, and Mort gages. Tne "FRANKLIN"' has no DISPUTED CLAI-M. DIRECTORS. Alfred G. Bafeer, Alfred Fitler, Thomas Sparks, William b. Grant, Thomas 8. Ellis, Gustavus 8. Uenson. Samuel Grant, jieorge W. Richards, Isaac Lea, George t ales, ALFRED G. BAKER. President. GEORGE FALE8, Vice-President. J.OIES W. MCALLISTER, Secretary. 12 19 THEODORES M. RKGER, Assistant Secretary. T7XBE ASSOCIATION, ' INCORPORATED MARCH S7, lfcSO. OFFICE. SO. 24 NORTH Firm STREET INSURE BUILD HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, AND ith RCHANDI8E GENERALLY, Vtom Lor by Fire (in tbe City of Philadelphia only). AUREUS JANUARY 1 1S70, 81,57 J,J4'J3 TRUSTEES. WM. H. HAMILTON .OHARIF8 P. BOWER, !jhbn LlGHTtOOT. Jt kU V L lI.tL-U 1 u-iru i l . J j vae ivvu a-, ipuvi'. nj n w r.n. JOri. It. I.YNDALL, PMKR AHMBRUS1KR, I.V1 V. UOA1B, M. H. DIOK1.NON, fiilitFL bFARHAWK. PCiKK WILLJAUttON, JCbfcPH E. SCilLLL. GKOKt.E I. VOUNO. WM. H. HAMILTON, President. iil'l'I'I. SI'ARBAWK, Vice-President, tewe-wan. I I H INSURANOfc. INSURANCE COMPANY NORTH AMERICA. JaMCABI t, 1870. t'hnrtrr Prrpetual. 8900,OOr 2,9St,5Nl Inrorporntrd 1994. CAFITAK AHETM 7.frs pnld since raantntlea....Hl, 000,000 Kpcrlpte of Premlunm, JU....8 1,91,S:1T'43 Inifreel from Investments, -C9. 114.69674 lA,10H..VIt1fl I.cssra pntd, 1N0 8l,OJ3,aN6'4 Statement of tbfj Assets. First K ortxaces on City Property t'GMG" United States GoTsrnment and other Loan Bonds 1,122AM Railroad, Iack and Canal Blocks 15,708 Ostb fn Bank and Office H7,2t Loans Collateral tteenrity , i2,co Notes KeceiTable, mostly Kaiice I'rcmictcs... Sil,9-:4 4crmcd tnteroat 2t',357 Pren :ur:n in connie of transmiuiien 6,196 UretHed Marine l'rpmiviiDS tA;,Wi Feal Kt: to. Office cl Company Fbiladeipbia.. i,tXjC PIRrCTOFS. j i-hBt a. Francis R. Cope, Kdward U. TrottT, hdwTil 8. Clarke, T. Obariton Henry, Alfred I. Jesmp, Loais O. Madeira, Charles W. Oosbman, Clement A. Grisccm, William Brockie. cf.n-.uc; W.la see tTcLn A. Krcs n, Cbftt e 'iIor, An hrcso White, . Willinm Welsb, 8. Morris Wain, Jchn ttnscn, Cieorv L. Harrison ARTHUR O. COFFIN. President. OHARLICS PLA rr, ViceProsidsnt. Matthias Maeib, Secretary. O. H. KKF.vrs. Aehiitant Secretary. 8 4 QUARTER PERPETUAL ASSfcTS MOO.OOO. HUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COM PANY OF GERMANTOWN. OniCE, Iso. 4S29 MAIN ST11EET. Take risks in Philadelphia, Jloot coinery. and Backs counties, on 1 lie most favorable torui, upon i'neUiuKi Unrog. .Mercliuodire, Garniture, r ariuiDK xuipiemem.s, Ltay, Grain, fctraw, eto. eto. DIUEOTOKS. Fpencer Roberts, Juhn Dlaliavun, Nicholas Rittenhouse, Jatnan 1. Jones. James F. Lnnstrotb, ChurleS Weie, Joseh Boucher, Charles Millman. Albort A fbnicua, Josppo Uandsbury, v liuim Akomeaa. .n. v.. Abram Jttez, Charles U. Stokes. SPENCER ROBERTS, President. CTI ARLKS II. STOKES, Seorotary and Treasurer. WM. H. LEHMAN, Assistant SocreUry. 5 23 em3tn P A SJ K INSURANCE COMPANY, No. 609 CHESNUT Street. INCOBrOKATED 1856. CHARTER I'gHrETTAL. CAPITAL 1200,000. FIHE INSURANCE EXCLUSIVELY. Insurance npainst Loss or DarrtRK" ly irire either by Perpetual or Temporary rouuies. DIKECTOKS. Charles Richardson, Robert Pearee, AViiiiam li. itnawn, William M. Keyfert, John Kessler, Jr., Edward B. Orne, Charles Stokes. John V. Everman, Mordecal Buz by. John F. Smith, Nathan llillei", George A. wesi, ARDSON, President. WILLIAM II. It U AWN, Vice-PresMent. Williams I. Blakchakd, Secretary. I 235 T HE PENNSYLVANIA FIRC INSURANCE COMPANY. Tnonmor&ted 1S25 Charter Pernctual. No. 510 WALNUT Street, opposite independence Square. This Conirany, favorably known to the commu nity for over forty years, continues to insure against Ioes or damage oy lire on Public or Private Build lugs, cither permanently or for a limited time. Ala J on t'urnltare, Stocks of Goods, and Merchandise generally, on liberal terms. Their Capital, together with a large Surplus Pjml, Is invested in the most careful manner, whieii ena bles them to oiler to the Insured an undoubted secu rity in the case ol loss. DIRECTORS. Daniel Smith, Jr., j Thomas Smith, Inaae Hazlehurst, Henry Latvia, Thomas Uobliis, J (jiilllnghain Fell, John Devereux, Daniel Haddock, Jr., Franklin A. Comly. DANIEL SMITH, Jr., President, Wm. O. Crow ell, Secretary. 3 30 rpilE ENTERPRISE INSURANCE CO. OF 1 PHILADELPHIA. Office s. W. cor. FOURTH and WALNUT Streets. FIRE INSURANCE EXCLUSIVELY. PERPETUAL AND TERM POLICIES ISSUED. CASH Capital (paid up in full) tiuo.oootii) CASH Assets, Jan. 1. 1870 624,30510 DIRECTORS. F. Ratchford Starr, , J. Livingston Erringer, Naibro Frbzier, I James L. Claghorn, John M. Atwoou, j m. u. uouiton, Benj. T. Tredick. George II. Stuart, cnaries v ueeier, Thomas II. Montgomery, James M. Aertsen. jonn ji. iirown, v. HATCH KoRD STARR. President. THOMAS H. MONTGOMERY, Vice-President. ALEX. W. WISTEH, Secretary. JACOB E. PETERSON, Assistant Secretary. TMFEIUAIj FIKE INSURANCE CO., LONDON. ESTABLISHED 1S03. Paid-up Capital and Accumulated Funds, g8,000,000 IN GOLD. PREVOST & HERRING, Agente,. 4 Ro. 107 a THLRD Street, Philadelphia. OHAS. M. PRKVOBT OH AS. P. H ERRING NOTIOE TO SHIPPERS. p R E I G HT H O T I C E. Baltimore akd Onu Railbjad Opeice.) Piuladeli'H'A, June 129, lsJO. This Company will not Issue through Bills of Lading after JUNE 80, 1870, unless freight la de livered to the P. W. and B. R R. Co. at WASHING TON Avenue and SWANSON Streets. SIlirPERS BY ERICSSON LINK will please notice. JAS. C. WILSON, AGENT. 6 29 lOt No. 44 South FIFTH Street. THE FINE ARTS. L O O K I N G-C LASSES, Etery Noielty in style, at very low prices. OIL PA IS TIN 08, ENGKAV1XG8, CHROMOS, ETO. ETO. A large selection. PICTUKK FRAMES, a prominent Department, revised very fois prices. BUdTlU I RAMUS, EASEIJ3. POROHLilNS. ROGERS' GROtPe. Jole Agency. GALLERY OF PAIN TINGS, free to tbe pnblio. JAMES 8 EARLE & S0SS, No. 816 OHKOT STREET, 13 PHILADELPHIA CENT.'S FURNISHING GOOD8. )ATKMT SHOULDER -SEA M SIIlliT MANUFACTORY, AND GENTLEMEN'S Fl'KXISUING STORE. PERFECTLY FITTING SIIIUT3 AND DH AWERS made from measurement at very short notice. All other articles of GENTLEMEN'S DRESS GOODS iu full variety. WINCHESTER & CO., 112 No. 700 CiJESNL'l' Slruiit. I. I. EAKTOM. . M'MAFIOW. 1 A 'I' -1 " C XI A II i .'V, snipnxa ash covm.'siov ukkvsamx I No. i OOKN'UKS feLIP, Ne Vork, No. 1 HOJ'1 11 Wll Kv K.S, I'iiil.d.ilptia, o. i W. PKA1 T fetieet, Kuluin-.ie. Ve are piepirod lo hlp ee docri!! :oa of Irvivfat to rVis. v'lc. i'iiii"-a. 'r. i :-' . i-n 1 tium iui luoiaktiUkt tle aii '0.16.1 woi.c. AMUSEMENTS. T3ENN8TLVANIA rOLYTkCllNIC AND A ANATOMICAL MU8EUM, No. 13H5 CUFSNUT Street, three doors abore Twelfth, the most complete collection of objects. Illustrating Phjsiolo, PathoWy, Natural H istory, eto. IllnstratlTe Lectnrea erery miuDi, Open 8 A. M. to 10 P. M. mam VALER'S (LATE MILLER'S) WINTER n.iMyVU'A?0"- ""i Wu- nd ' VINE 8treet. .T?K.Ji,,AJSP).KCUfSTRIOIli 'ormprly tbe propeHf of tbe GRAND DUKK OF BADKN. pnrubased at Ureal eipenseby JACOB VAI.KR of this city, io comMnstion ri'kJJl!,1'1 8 OROHF.8TR A an1 Mies N K I.LI HI V.'.T"1 P'rform EVERY AFTK.UNOON an EVEN INO at tbe abore-mentioned plaoe. Admission free. ll?t, FURNACES. Establislied in 1835. Invariably tbe (rrcatest success over all compet.tioa whenever and wherever exhibited or used in tbe UNITED STATES. CHARLES WILLIAMS' Patent Colden Eagle Furnaces, Acknowledged by the leading architectsand Bnildersto be the most powerful nnd durable 1 umaccs offered, and tho most prompt, eystim.-itic, and largest bouse in tb s line of business. HEAVY llEDrCTION IN PRICES, and only first -class work turned out. Nop. 1132 and 1134 MARKET Street, PHILADELPHIA. N. B.-SFND FOR BOOK OF PACTS ON HEAT AND VENTILATION. 6 23 4m CROCERIES. ETC. yO FAMILIES GOING TO COUNTRY. THE We oiler a lull stock of the Finest Groceries to Select From, And at the LOWKST CASn PRICE. Tacked se curely and delivered at any of the Depots. COUSTYS East End Grocery, No. lis NoutU SUClOO Ht.t 117 tbsta B It LOW OUESNUT STREET. c URING, PACKING, AND SMOKING K8TABISHMENT JMIN BOWKR A OO. CURK11S OF nUPKRIOR FF.KF, and TONSUK8, and dealers in Provisions renerallv. b. W. corner TWKNT YlOURTll and BROWN Streets. 6 21 3m tbsta J U8T RECEIVE P, AND SPIV 1! U 8 A Lj 71 O if. ALBERT C. ROBERTS, Dealer in Fine Groceries, II : Comer ELEVRNTH and VINK Btree FOR SALE. Vnn ST.RA RAt! PHANPf? TO SP.PITBR i'ii; a convenient and beautiful home. The modern bunt three-story brick Dwelling, No. 1S22 MASTER Street, lot 10x100, to a wllo street; elegant garden In high state of cultivation, full of cru 100 flowers, grape and other vines. House in good condition, supplied with modern conveniences. Price, 15500, Part can remain. 6 30 0t TO RENTs w TO LET THE STORK PROPER! I NO. Obesnnt (treat, twenty five feet (rent, est bsa dred and forty-five foot deep to Bennett street. Back bnildincs five stories high. Possession May 1, 1E70. Ad drew THOMAS & FLETCHER, 12 lot! Pelanco. W. J. MTO LET A DESIRABLE RESIDENCE, with all tho modern conveniences, on LOCUST avenue, near Willow avenue, Germantown. Three minntes waik from Church lane htatlon. Immedi ate possession. Apply to SCOTT U DAY, No. 38 North THIRD Street. 716L fi TO RENT THREE-STORY OWELL ikiliii ING. with back buildings, sitnated in OOSGRK88 Street, No. 131, between front and Second, with all the modern improvements. Apply to AARON HURLEY, pl5 No. 269 a. SEVENTH Street. TO LET A FURNISHED HOUSB IN GER MAN! OWN New house, new furniture, ten roi ins, all modem conveniences, nr.t-class neighbor hood ; f70 per month for the summer, Arpiy alter 4 r. M. H. B. DUTTON, GREEN Street, below Harvey, 7 2 3t Germ into wn. HAIR CURLERS. rpiIE U 1 P L' It I O .1 IIAIK CURLERS, AN INDISPENSABLE ARTICLE FOR THE LADIES (Patented July 9, 18o7.) This Onrler is the most perfect invention ever offered to the pnblio. It is easily operated, neat in appearanco and will not injure the hair, as there la no heat required, nor aay metallic substance need to raster break tbe hair Manufactured onl, and for sale wholesale and retail, ty- McMillan sc co., 1 23 6m Na 63 North FBONT Street. Philade)pkia Sold at all Dry Goods, Trimming and Notion Store. GOVERNMENT SALES. ALB OF NAVY VESSELS. Navy Dbpart-vtent, ) ' Construction ano Kkpair, -s'OTON, D. c, June 5, 1S70. I uient will oiler lor sale at publl Navy Dbpart-vtent, BrBEAU OF i Wahbino Tne Navy Department will oiler lor sale at public auction, ai tne i intra estates rsavy vara, uitoOK LYN, on SATURDAY, the 16th day ol July, 1670, at 12 o'clock M., the live oak frame, copper-fastened screw steamer SEMINOLE, Of 600 tons, old measurement. Also, at the United States Navy Yard, WASH INGTON, on WEDNESDAY, the 13th day of July, 1870, at 12 o'clock L, the steam tug PRIMROSE, Of 84 tons. The vessels and their Inventories can be exam ined at any time, on application to the Command ants of the resiwctlve yards. One-half of the whole amount of the purchase money of each vessel must be deposited at the time of adjudication, and the vessel must be removed from the Navy Yard within two (2) weeks from the day of sale. The Government reserves the right to withdraw the vessels from sale for any purchaser who will pay tbe appraised value, with an Increase of ten (10) pec centum thereto. 6 25 stuth Ut 17OR 8ALE, THE STEAMSHIP VIRGIN AT 1 publio auction at Washington Navy Yard. WEDNESDAY, July 13, at 12 o'clock M. Will be sold at public auction, at the Navy Yard, Washington, 1. C, on Wednesday, the 13th July next, at 12 M., the staunch and fast Iron aide-wheel steamship Virgin, built on the Clyde, 1664. Length, 220 feet; breadth, 88 foot; depth, 12 feet; carries aiiout four hundred (4uo) tons, measurement goods ; has two oscillating engines, 46x60, In good order; revolving buckets on wheels, and two tubu lar boilers, built of yt Iron, in fair order. The boil er were subjtctt-d to a hydrostatic pressure of 45 lbs. previous to the vessel leaving New York for Wtibfilupton, last January, and found to be strong and t ik lit. l ralt of water, loaded, 8 feat. The Mi.choirt, t'haiuK, boats, and all material on board will be sold with the vetsel. Teruis-oue-fourt.fi csfch on day of sale, aud remainder oa removal of v i-scl in in the navy yard. Tbe vessel can be examined at any time daring tl.e iv. I o t vrtpi t C IS n.:LCt Solicitor of vhc Treasury.