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THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, JCILV 11, 1870.
ANOTHER HYDROPHOBIC DOG STORY. Twi I, n dirt In a Kem with a Mud Dg. Vrmn the IMroit Free , July 8. About 8 o'clock last evening two ladies, re elding up stairs In the block on Woodward avenue, just beyond State street, observed that a large Newfoundland dog, which had long been In possession of the family, was exhibiting strauge conduct, lie bad been with them in the room for an hour or more, whining and seeming to bo very restless; but when the atten tion of the ladies was directed to the animal ho was snapping his Jaws, scratching, and his eyes had an excited look. The ladies were not cusily alarmed, and no particular attention was paid to the dog for some time, he lying down in a corner at the command of one of the females. Suddenly, and without warning, the bruto sprang into the middle of the room, eyes ablaze, and his huir like bristles, and he nttcred a howl of rage and pain that sent the blood from the ladles' faces in an Instant. Leading off from the room was a closet or clothes' press, and for this both of the women Instantly sprang. The dog did not follow, nor attempt to molest them until just as they were closing the door, when he came near gaining admittance, snapping and snarling savagely. The male portion of the family were away to market and the ladies found themselves prisoners, with a genuine mad dog for a keeper. The animal howled and barked and ran about the room, biting at every article of furniture, and bis heavy breathing and yells of Intense pain would have made stronger tearts quail than those shut up in the little closet. The ladies screamed, the dog howled, and for nearly an hour there was an exciting time within a small space, the dog now and then scratching and tearing away at the closet door. At last, alarmed by the screams, several men from the street made their way up stairs, and with clubs, after a sharp struggle, killed the frothing brute. The dead body of the animal was thrown into the alley and was carted off by the scavengers. It was looked upon by large numbers before being conveyed away, and none w ho saw the eyes and the foam-ilecked jaws doubted that the animal bad been seized with an attack of hydrophobia. THE TYHlTKSTOCKiyGS WORST GAME Professional fllufllnlstn A SIotpiiIt Victory The Uame wltta the Unions of iUorrlaanla. For the third time the Chicagoans have dis played their vaunted prowess against one of our metropolitan clubs, and failed to show what might be termed a first-class play cither in the field or at the bat. Although they won the game vesterday by long odds, they did so against fielding of the most wretched description. In stead of a total of 28 runs, their score ought to have been 0, exactly the same number of runs as their opponents fairly earned. The fielding on the part of the White Stock ings was, for a supposed first-class club, misera ble in the extreme. Upon different occasions, w hen there were three men of the Union side upon bases, and the batsman made a weak hit, the ball was picked np, but instead of a double or triple play being made, the man on third base got home, and not even one of the others was put out. This may do for Chicago, but it won't do here or in Cincinnati. Notwithstanding their being victorious yesterday, the game was the worst one they have played here as yet. It would be too tedious to enter into the details of the same, as thero was nothing special on cither side to make it interesting, with the ex ception of two fly catches by (ledney for the Unions and one by McAtee for the White Stockings. A dead ball was used, and this, of course, tended to keep the score down on both sides. The injuiies which the players are constantly receiving when using a rubber ball are begin ning to tell their tale, as was anticipated; and for the future it will be the exception to use any other than a dead 'j.uI. The following is the score: 128456789 White Stockings 4 1 9 2 0 8 1 6 8-23 Unions 2 0 118 10 1 812 jV. Y. Sun to-day. POLITICAL. Colonel S. B. Dick, of Mead ville, is the Re publican candidate for Congress in the Twentieth district of Pennsylvania, now represented by the Hon. Calvin W. Gilfillan. A Galveston despatch says that large pub lic meetings have been held in different portions of Texas unanimously favoring the appointment of C. B. Subiu as Judge of the Eastern District of Texas. Census-Marshal Morris declares that Cali fornia is entitled to another Congressman under the fifteenth amendment, counting the Chinese residents os of the population; and he has in instructed his deputies to carefully enumerate them. The Kepublicans of the Second district of North Carolina have nominated Joseph Dixon, of Greece county, to fill the vacancy in Con gress caused by the death of David Heaton, and Charles K. Thomas, of Craven, as their candi date for the same district for the Forty-second Congress. Judpe Stanley, of the San Francisco, Cal., County Court, has instructed the Grand Jury of the county to investigate the subject of the alleged existence of a political "ring" in the Board of Supervisors to manage the municipal elections in the interests of the personal friends of the members of the ring. A Chicago despatch says that the Hon. Mark II. Dannell has received the Republican nomi nation for Congress from the 1st Minnesota district. The convention passed resolutions indorsing the administration of President Grant, and against adding the payment of the public debt to the burdens of the present generation; in favor of a reduction of taxation and a reduc tion of the tariff to a revenue standard. The editor of the Marietta Register is get ting into hot water on the woman suffrage question, and proceeds to define his position in this highly diplomatic manner: I. If a woman U disposed to argue with us in favor or woman's suit rage, we are in favor of it also. II. If the lady happens to be against it, we are against it likewise. ill. If it Is a mixed assembly of ladies, one or more on each side, they may have that among themselves we holding the bonnets. James It. Hubbell, of Delaware county, has been nominated for Congress by the Democracy of the Eighth district of Ohio. Mr. Hubbell was formerly a Republican, and as such was elected to the Ohio Legislature and subsequently to 3ongress. where he earned the soubriquet of the 'Artful Dodger." When President Johnson's treachery to the great party which elevated him to power became evident, Mr. Hubbell joined the bread-and-butter brigade under A. J., and thereaiter naturally swung round the circle into the Democratic party. The district gives from 000 to 900 Republican majority ordi narily, and will probably elect the ambitious Hubbell to stay at home. Incidentals The Saratoga hotel-keepers are complain ing of "dull times." They state that the rush there is not so great as it was last year. A Echoolmarm out West shot an impudent fellow the other day. If her patrons wanted some one to "teach the young idea bow to hoot," thev made a capital selection. According to Grace Greenwood, John A. Logan must be a second Elijah Pogrom. He wages deadlr war upon tobacco, destroying more of it than any other man in Congress. Some workmen of a town in Hanover amused themselves by stripping a tipsy compa nion and fastening him in that condition to a tombstone. A few hours later be was found there dead. ' Chicago, the fastest city of the fast West, is increasing her debt with much greater rapidity than she is her population. In the last three years it bi more than tripled, until now it amounts to over tl7,000,000. A drunken man laid down to sleep with the other 'sleepers" on the Troy and Boston Rail road, near Troy, on Wednesday. That was his last "train," for a train came along and killed hiiu. A New England girl who had been sought and won through letters by a man in Nevada, whom she bad never seen, paid him a visit over , 11.11 J ,1 ,yinni a A dim . n nA me racinc naiiroau, auu icjoi-wu mm uutc. Icauee be was "buck ft UtUe spud ol ft fellow. 1 RAILROAD LINES. 1Q7H FOR NSW YOKK THE (J4MDES lO (Ui and Am boy and Philadelphia and Tren ton Railroad Companies' lines lrom Philadelphia to New York and way l'laces. FROM WALWUT BTRKBT WUAttir. At 8'80 A. M., Accommodation, and 3 P. M Ex press, Tla Camden and Amboy, and at 8 A. M., Ex press Mall, and 8 30 P. M., Accommodation, via Camden and Jersey City. VIA WBW .IKRSBT KnrTIIERN BAH. SO AD At T A.M. and 8-80 P. M. fur New York, Long Branch, and Intermediate place. Ate P. M... for Amboy and Intermediate stations. At 6-80 A. M.. 3 and 8 30 P. M. for freehold. At I A. M. and 8 P. M. for I.obit Branoh and points on New Jeriey Southern Railroad. At 8 and 10 A. M., 18 M., a, 8 30, and e P. M. for Trenton. ' ' At e-80, 8, and 10 A. M., 12 M., 3. 8 80, 6, 0, 8, and 1180 P. M. for Bordentown, Florence, Bur lington, Beverly, Delanoo. and Klverton. At 6-80 and 10 A. M., 12 M., 8-30. 6, 8, 8, and 11-80 P. M. for Edge water, Kiverslde, Rlverton, and Palmyra. At 6-30 and 10 A. M., 12 M., 6, 8, 8, and 11-80 P. M. for Fish House. The 11-80 P.M. line leaves from Market Street Ferry (upper aide). (ROM KUNSINOTOK DF.POT. AtT-30A.M.., 2-80,8-30, and 6, P.M. for Trenton and Bristol, and at 10-46 A. M. and 6 P. M. for Bristol. At T-80 A. M., 2-80, and 6 P. M. for Morrlsvllle and Tullytown. At 7 80 and 10-48 A. M., 2-30, 5, and 6 P. M. for Schenck's. Eddington, Uornwells, Torresdale, and Holmesburg Junotlon. At7 A.M., 12-30,6-15, and 7-30 P.M. for Bustle ton, Holmesburg, and Holmesburg Junction. At 7 and 10-46 A. M., 12 80, 2 80, 6 16, 0. and 7-30 P. M. lor Tacony, Wfsslnoinlng, DrldeJburg, and Frankford. FROM WB8T PHILADELPHIA DEPOT, Via Connecting Railroad. At T and 9-80 A. M., 1X45, 8 45, and 12 P. M., New York Express Lines, and atlll 30 P. M.f Emigrant Line, via Jersey City. At 7 and e-80 A. M , 12 45, 8 46, and 12 P. M. for Trenton and Bristol, At 12 P.M. (night) for Morrlsvllle, Tullytown, Schenck's, Eddington, Cornweils, Torresdale, Holmesburg Junction, Tacony, Wlsslnoinlng, Brldesbnrg, and Frank lord. The 0-30 A. M., 8-45 and 12 P. M. Lines will run daily. All others Sundays excepted. - Sunday Lines leave at 9-30 A. M., 6 40 P. M ., and 13 night. BLLVIDERE DELAWARE RAILROAD LINES FROM KBNBINOTON DKPOT. At 7-80 A.M. for Niagara Falls, Buffalo, Dun kirk, Elmlra, Ithaoa, Owego, Rochester, Bingham ton, Oswego, Syracuse, Great Bend, Montrose, Wliktsbarre, Schooley's Mountain, etc At 7 80 A. M. and 8-30 P. M. for Scranton, Stroudsburg, Water Gap, Belvldere, Easton, Lain- bertvllle, Flemington, etc. The 3 30 P. M Line connects direct with the train leaving Easton for Mauch Chunk, Allentown, Dothlehein, etc. At 6 P. M. for Lambertville and Intermediate stations. CAMDEN AND BURLINGTON OOUNTY AND P EMBERTON AND UlQHTSrOWN KAlLr ROADS. FltOM MARKET STREET FBRRT (UPPER BIOS), At 7 and B A. M., 1, 2-16, 3-30, 6, and 6 30 P. M., and on Thursday and Saturday nights at 1130 P. M. for Merchantsvllle, Moorestown, Hartford,' Masonvllle, Hainesport, and Mount Holly. At 7 A. M., 2 15 and 6 80 P. M. for Lumberton and Medford. At 7 and 9 A. M., 1, 8 30, and 6 P.M. for Smith ville, Ewansville, Yincentown, Birmingham, and Pemterton. At 7 and 10 A. M., 1 and 8-80 P. M. for Le wist own, Wrightstown, Cookstown, New Egypt, and llor nerstown. At 7 A. M., 1 and 8-30 P. M. for Cream Rldgo, Im laystown, Sharon, and Hlghtstown. '1 he 7 A. M. and 880 P. M. Lines leave from Wal nut street wharf. July 6, 1870. WM. H. GATZMER, Agent. PHILADELPHIA, WILMINGTON, AND BAL TIMORE RAILROAD. TIME TABLE. COMMENCING MONDAY, JUNE 6, 1870. Trains will leave Depot, corner of Broad street and Washington avenue, as follows: Way Mail Train at 8-30 A. M. (Sundays excepted) for Baltimore, stopping at all regular stations. Connecting at Wilmington with Delaware Railroad Line, at Clayton with Smyrna Branch Railroad and Maryland and Delaware Railroad, at Har rington with Junotlon and Breakwater Railroad, at Seaford with Dorchester and Delaware Rail road, at Delmar with Eastern Shore Railroad, and at Salisbury with Wicomico and Pooomoke Rail road. Express Train at 11-45 A. M. (Sundays excepted). for Baltimore and Washington, stopping at Wil mington, Perryvllle, and Havre-de-Grace. Con nects at Wilmington with train for New Castle. Express Train at 4 P. M. (Sundays excepted), for Baltimore and Washington, stopping at Chester, Thurlow, Linweod, Claymont, Wilmington, New port, Stanton, Newark, Elkton. North East, Charlestown, Perryvllle, Havre-de-Grace, Aber deen, Ferryman's, Edgewood, Magnolia, Chase's and Stemmer's Run. Night Express at 11-80 P.M. (Dally), for Balti more and Washington, stopping at Chester, ulu wood, Claymont, Wilmington, Newark, Elkton, North East, Perryvllle, Uavre-Ue-Graoe, Perry man's, and Magnolia. Passengers for Fortress Monroe and Norfolk will take the 1146 A. M. train. WILMINGTON TRAINS. Stopping at all stations between Philadelphia and Wilmington. Leave Philadelphia at 11-00 A. M., 2 30, 6-00, ant 7-00 P. M. The6-ou P. M. train connects with Dela ware Railroad for Harrington and intermediate stations. Leave Wilmington 6-46 and 8-10 A. M., 2 00, 4-00, and 7-16 P.M. The 810 A.M. train will not stop between Chester and Philadelphia. 1 he 716 P. M. train from Wilmington runs Dally; all other ac commodation trains Sundays excepted. Trains leaving Wilmington at 6-46 A. M. and 4-00 P.M. will connect at Lamokln Junotlon with tlio 7-00 A. M. and 4 30 P. M. trains for Baltimore Cen ral Railroad. From Baltimore to Philadelphia. Leave Balti more 726 A. M., Way Mall; 00 A. HI., Express; 2-86 P. M., Express; 726 P. M., Express. SUNDAY TRAIN FROM BALTIMORE. Leaves Baltimore at 7-26 P. M., stopping at Mag nolia. Ferryman's, Aberdeen, Havre-de-Urace, Per ryvllle, Charlestown, North East, Elkton, Newark, Stanton, Newport, Wilmington, Claymont, Lin wood, and Chester. On Sundays, leave Philadelphia for West Grove and intermediate stations at 8 00 A. M.j returning, left West Grove at 8-66 P. M. Through tickets to all points West, South, and Southwest may be procured at tloket office. No. 829 Chesnut street, under Continental Hotel, where also State Rooms and Berths In Sleeping Cars can be secured during tl.e day. Persons purchasing tickets at this olnce can have baggage checked at their residence by the Union Transfer Company. H. F. KLNNKY, huperlntondent. VEW JERSEY SOUTHERN RAILROAD LINE. 1 NEW ROl'TE BETWEEN NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA VIA LONU BRANC H. An ACCOMMODATION TKA1K iu the morning and AN EXPRESS TRAIN in the Alternooon from each end of the route. THE EXPRESS TRAIN will be furnished wlih SPLENDID PALACE CAPS. NO CHANGE OF CARS BETWEEN PHILADELPHIA AND SANDY HOOK. ASK. FOR TICKETS VIA PEMtJEKl'ON AND LONG BRANCH. ON AND AFTER MONDAY, July 4, IsTo, trains will run as follows : LEAVE NEW YORK, from Pier No. 2S NORTH River, foot of Murray street, at 6-4S A. M. Accommodation and 4 so P. M. Ex press. L3AVE PHILADELPHIA, from foot of WALNUT Street, at 7-oo A. M. Accom mouatlon and 8-80 P. M. Express. The NARRAQANSETTT STEAMSHIP COMPANY'S Magnificent Steamers "Plymouth Rock" and "Jewe Hoyt" have been fitted up expressly for this business, Oie former with unequalled accomiwdatwnn, ami will make the connection between New York and Sandy Book. Passengers by this route can be served with BREAKFAST or DINNER on the EUROPEAN PLANfn a style itnsurpcuted by any Hotel in America. Fare between Philadelphia and New York gj-oo . " Long Branch... 2-B'l For particulars as to connections ror TOM'S RIVER, RED BANK, and all way star.ions, see the Traveller's" and "Appleton's Guides." 6 27 C. L. KIMBALL, Superintendent. THE PHILADELPHIA AND BALTIMORE CEN TRAL RAILROAD. CHANGE OF HOURS. On and after MONDAY, April 4,1810, trains wUl run as follows: LEAVE PHILADELPHIA, from depot of P. w. ft B. R. It. Company, corner Broad street and Wash ington avenue For PORT DEPOSIT at T A- M. and 4-30 P. M. For OXFORD, at 7 A M., 4-80 P. M. and T P. VS.. For CHADD'B FORD AND CHESTER CREEK R. R. at A. M., 10 A. M., 9 80 P. M., 4-80 P. aud I P.M. Train leaving Philadelphia at T A. M. connects at Port Deposit with train for Baltimore. Trains leaving Philadelphia at 10 A. M. and 4-30 P. M., leaving Oxford at 66 A. M.. and leaving Port Deposit at A. M., connect at Chadd'a KorTjuuc ttOU YlUl WLL5UNUTON READING It K, 4 RAILROAD LINES. I PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL RAILROAD. AFTER 8 P. M.. SUNDAY. JULY 10. UT0. Tbe trains of the Pennsylvania Central Railroad leave the Depot, at THIRTY-FIRST and MAR KET Streets, which Is reached directly by the Mar ket street cars, the last car connecting with eaon train leaving Front and Market streets thirty minutes before its departure. The Chesnnt and Walnut streets oars run within ene square of the Depot. Kleeplng-car tickets eaa be had on application t the Ticket Office, N. W. oorner Ninth and Ohes nut streets, and at the Depot. Agents of the Union Transfer Company will call for and deliver baggage at the depet. - Orders left at No. 901 Cbesnut street, or No. 118 Market street, will receive attention. TBAIHS LB A VI DBPOT. Msll Train 8-00 AM. Paoll Accommodation ,10 A.M. fc 12-60 and 7-10 P. M. Fast Line . , . . . . . 12 80 P. M. Erie Express ...... 11-00 A. M. Harrlsburg Accommodation ... 8-80 P. M. Lancaster Accommodation . . 4-10 P. M. Parkesburg Train -t-30 P. M. Cincinnati Express 8 00 P. M. Erie Mail and Pittsburg Express . . 10-80 P. M. Way Passenger 11-80 P.M. Erie Mall leaves dally, except Sunday, running on Saturday night to W illlamsport only. On Sun day night passengers will leave Philadelphia at 8 o'clock. Pittsburg Express, leaving on Saturday night, runs only to Harrlsburg. Cincinnati Express leaves dally. All ether trains daily excejkt Sunday. The Western Accommodation Train runs dally, except Sunday. For this train tickets must be pro cured and baggage delivered by I P. M. at No. 116 Market street. Sunday Train No. 1 leaves Philadelphia at 840 A. M.j airlves at Paoll at 9-40 A. M. Sunday Train No. a leaves Philadelphia at 6-40 P. M.; ar rives at Paoll at 7-40 P. M. Sunday Train No. 1 leaves Paoll at 6-60 A. M.; arrives at Philadelphia nt 8-10 A. M. Sunday Train No. 3 leaves Paoll at 4-60 P. M.; arrives at Philadelphia at 6 10 P. M. TRAINS ABBlVa AT DBPOT. Cincinnati Express . . . . 8 10 A. M. Philadelphia Express . 6-30 A. M. Erie Mall 6 80 A.M. Paoll Accorstnodat'D, 8 20 A. M. &. 830 & 6-40 P. M. Parkesburg Train 9-00 A. M. Fast Line and Buffalo Express . . 9-85 A.M. Lancaster Train . . . . .11-66 A.M. Erie Express 6-40 f. M. Lock Haven and Elmlra Express . 9 40 P. M. Paelrio Express 12-20 P.M. Hurrisburg Accommodation . . 9-40 P.M. For lurther Information apply to JOHN F. VAN LEER, Jr., Ticket Agent. No. 901 CHESNUT Street. FRANCIS FUNK, Ticket Agent. No. 116 MARKET Street. SAMUEL IL WALLACE, Tloket Agent at the Depot. The Pennsylvania Railroad Company will not assume any risk for Baggage, except for Wearing Apparel, and limit their responsibility to One Hun dred Dollars In value. All Baggage exceeding that amount in value will be at the risk of the owner, unless taken by special contract. A. J. OASSATT, 4 29 General Superintendent, Altoona, Fa. -VTORTIT PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD IN THE SHORT MIDDLE ROUTE TO THE LEHIGH AND WYOMING VALLEYS, NORTH ERN PENNSYLVANIA, SOUTHERN AND IN. 1ERIOR NEW YORK, BUFFALO, CORRY, ROCHESTER. THE GREAT LAKES. AND THE DOMINION OF CANADA. SUMMIR ARRANGEMENT. Takes effect May 16, 1870. Sixteen Dally Trains leave Passenger Depot, corner of Berks and American streets (Sundays excepted), as follows: 7 oo A. M. (Accommodation) for Fort Washing ton. At 736 A.M. (Express), for Bethlehem, Easton, Al lentown, Mauch Chunk, Wilkesbarre, Williams port, Muhancy City, Hazleton, Pittston, Towanda, Waverley, and In connection with the ERlEB All. WAY for Buffalo, Niagara Falls, Rochester, Cleve land, Chicago, San Franclsoo, ana all points in the Great West. 8 26 A. M. (Accommodation) for Doylestown. 0 46 A. M, (Express) for Bethlehem, Easton, Al lentown, MancnOhunk,Willlamsport, Wilkesbarre, Pittston, Scranton. Hackettstown, Sohooley's Mountaie, and N. J. Central and Morris and Essei Railroads. 11 a. M. (Aeoommodation) for Fort Washington. 1 16, 3 30, and 6-20 P. M., for Ablngton. 1-46 P. M. (Express) for Bethlehem, Easton, Al lentown, Mauch Chunk, MahanoyOlty, Wilkes barre, Pittrton, and Haileton. 2 8o P. M. (Accommodation) for Doylestown. At 8 -20 P. M. (Bethlehem Aeoommodation) for Bethlehem, Easton, Allentown, Ooplay, and Alauch Chunk. 4-16 P. M. (Mall) for Doylestown. 6-00 P.. M. for Bethlehem, Easton, Allentown, and Mauch Chunk. 6 20 P. M. (Accommodation) for Lansdale. 8 00 and 1180 P. M. (Accommodation) for Fort Washington. 1 he Filth and Sixth streets. Second and Third streets, and L'nlon Lines City Cars run to the Depot. TRAINS ARRIVE IN PHILADELPHIA FROM Bethlehem at 8 65, and 10 35 A. M.j 216, 6 06, and 8 26 P. M. Doylestown at 8 25 A. M., 4 40 and 7 05 P. M. Lansdale at 7-80 A. M. 1 ort Washington at 9 20 and 11-20 A. M., 3-10 and 9-46 P. M. Ablngton at 2-36, 4-t6, and 6 45 P. M. on sum days. Philadelphia for Bethlehem at 9 30 A. M. Philadelphia for Doylestown at 2 00 P. M. Philadelphia for Fort Washington at 8 30 A. M. and 7 DO P. M. 1 ovlestown for Philadelphia at 6-30 A. M. Bethlehem for Philadelphia at 4 00 P. M. Fort Washington for Philadelphia at 9-80 A. M. snd 8-10 P. M. Ticket8sold and bsggage checked through to Srincipal points at Mann's North Pennsylvania luagage Express Office, No. 106 S. Fifth street. &iay 16, 1870. ELLIS CLARK, Agent. 1)H1LADEI..PHIA, OERMANTOWN AND NOR R1STOWN RAILROAD. TIME TABLE. On and after MONDAY, June 6, 1870. I WR GERMANTOWN. Leave Philadelphia 6, 7, 8, 9 06, 10, 11, 12 A. M., 1. , BlA, 8, 4, X, 6 C6, 6X, 6, 6X, 7, 8, 9, 10 06, 11, 12 P. iH. Leave Germantown 6, 6 66, 7V, 8, 8-20, 9, 10, 11, 12 A.M., 1, a, 8, 4, 4fc , 6, tX, 6, 8. 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 P. M. The 8-20 down train, and 8 and 6y up trains, will not stop on the uermantown Branoh. ON SUNDAYS. Leave Philadelphia at J4 A. M., 2, 4-06, T, and loj P. M. Leave Uermantown at A. M.,1, 8, 6, and 9V P. M. CHESNUT HILL RAILROAD. Leave Philadelphia 6. 8, 10, and 12 A. M., 2, Zli. 5-4, 7, 9, and 11 1'. M ' L ave CbecBut Hill 710, 8, 9-40, and 1140 A. M 1-40. 8 40, 6 40, 6 49, 8 0, ana 10 40 P. M. ON SUNDAYS. . Leave Philadelphia at lA A. M., 2 and I P. M. Leave Ohesnut Hill at 7 60 A. M., 12-40, 6 40, and 0-25 P.M. Paskengera taking the 0-65, 9 A. M., and b p. M, trains finn Gerwantown will make close connec tions with the trains for New York at Intersection Station. FO CONSHOHOCKEN AND NORRISTOWN. Leave Philadelphia 6, 7 i 9, and 11 06 A. M., 1 w, 8, M- 4, bH, , 8 06, K, and ll P. M. Leave Nenistown 6-26, 7, 7J, 8 60, and 11 A. Leave Philadelphia 9 A. M., 2 4, and 7U P. M. Leave Nomuiown I a. m., i, o, anu w p. m. FOR MANA'.UNK. Leave Philadelphia 6, 1, 9, and 11-06 A.M., VX, 3. 44, 6. 6U, 6V, 8 06, 10, and 11? P. M. leave Manayunk 6, 6-66, 7, 8 10, 9 20, and 11U A. M., 2, 8U, 6, fl4, 8X, and 10 P. M. ON SUNDAYS. Leave Philadelphia 9 A. M., 2 , 4, and VA P. M, leave Manayunk 1 A. M , IX, 6 V and 9P,M. Leave Philadelphia 6 P. M. Leave lit mouth A. M. 'the 1 A.M. train from Norrlstown will not step at &1 ogee's. Potts Landing, Domino, or Schor's Lane. 1 he 6 P. M. train from Philadelphia will stop only at School Lane, WlfBinoming, Manayunk, uieen iree, anu i-UBuuuutu. Passeuuers taking the 7. 9-ot A. M. and ti P. M trains from Ninth and Green streets will make close connections with the trains for New York at In tersection Station. , The j A. M. and I P. M. trains from New York miMiiM tin 1 .nil A P.M. traini frnm (lr. max, town to Nlntb ana ween streets. 6 20 W. S. WILSON, General Sup't. TDK PHILADELPHIA AND BALTIMORE CEN. TRAL RAILROAD CO. TRAINS FOR PHILADELPHIA leave PORT DEPOSIT at 9-S6 A M. and 4-20 P. M., CO irivui ui trains irom riaiuiuure. I'Ai Lt txi v uo A. m. , 1U OU A, n.i RUU unv r, A, CHADD'B FORD at 726 A. M., 18'OOM., 130 P. M., 4-45 P. M., and 6-49 P. M. Passeneera are allowed to take wearing apparel only as baggage, and the company will not be re sponsible for an amount exceeding one hundred dollars uniebi a special coutract la made for the same. utnui nwo, I Getter! tupert&ve&dnt. RAILROAD LINES. READING RAILROAD ORKAT TRUNK LIN K from Philadelphia to the Interior of Penn sylvania, the Schuylkill, Susquehanna, Cumber land, and Wyoming Valleys, the North, North west, and the Can ad as. SPRINO ARRANGEMENT Of Passenger Trains, May 16, 1870. Leaving the Company's Depot at Thirteenth and Callowhlll streets, Philadelphia, at the following hours: MORNING ACCOMMODATION. At. T-80 A. M. for Reading and all Intermediate stations, and Allentown. Returning, leaves Read ing at 6-3 P. M.i arrives In Philadelphia at 9-26 P.M. MORNING EXPRESS. At 8-11 A.M. for Reading, Lebanon, Harrlsburg, Pottsvllle, Plnegrove, Tamaqua. Sunbury, WU- llamsport, Elmlra, Rooheitor, Niagara Falls, Buf- falo, Wilkesbarre, flttston, York, Carlisle, Cham- uernuurK, nagerBtown, eto. The 7-80 A. M. train connects at READING with East Pennsylvania Railroad trains for Allentown, eto., and the 8-16 A. M. train connects with the Lebanen Valley train for Harrlsburg, etc; at PORT CLINTON with Catawlssa Railroad trains for Willlamdport, Lock Haven, Elmlra; etc; at HARR1SBURG with Northern Central, Cumber, land Valley, snd Sohnylklll and Susquehana trains for Northumberland, Wllliamsport, York, Cham bersburg, Plnegrove, ate. AFTERNOON EXPRESS. Leaves Philadelphia at 8-80 P. M. for Reading Pottsvllle, Harrlsburg, etc.; conneoting with Read Ing and Columbia Railroad trains for Columbia, etc TOTTSTOWN ACCOMMODATION. Leaves Pottstown at 6-26 A. M., stopping at In termediate stations: arrives in Philadelphia at 8-40 A. M. Returning, leaves Philadelphia at 4 00 P. M.i arrives in Pottstown at 6-16 P. M. READING AND TOTTS VILLE ACCOMMODA TION. Leave Pottsvllle at 5-40 A. M. and 4-20 P. M., and Reading at 7 80 A. M. and 6-85 P.M., stopping at all way stations; arrive In Philadelphia at 10-20 A. M. ana 9 26 P. M. D.i..i.. ni.ii. j tvi. t if . rives In Reading at 766 P. M., and at Pottsvllle at 9 40 P. M. Morning Express trains for Philadelphia leave Harrlsburg at 810 A. M., and Pottsvllle at 9 A. M., arriving in Philadelphia at 1 P. M. Afternoon Express trains leave Uarrls-burg at 2-60 P. M., and Pottsvllle at 2-60 P. M., arriving at Philadelphia at jtjo r. iii. Harrisbursr Accommodation leaves Readlnir at 7-16. A. M. and Harrlsburg at 4-10 P. M. Connect ing at Reading with Afternoon Aeoommodation south at 8-86 P. M., arriving In Philadelphia at wxo r. iu. Market train, with a passeeger oar attached, leaves Philadelphia at 12-80 noon, for Reading and all way stations; leaves Pottsvllle at 6-40 A. M., connecting at Reading with aooommodatlon train for Philadelphia and all way stations. All the above trains run dally, Sundays ex cepted. sunaay trains leave rousviue at s a. m... and Philadelphia at 8-15 P.M. Leave Philadelphia for Reading at 8 A. M.; returning from Readlnir at 4-26 P. M. These tralDS connect both ways with Sunday trains on Perklomen and Oolebrookdale Railroads. CHESTER VALLEY RAILROAD. Passengers for Downlngtown and Intermediate points, take the 7-30 A. M., 12-30, and 4-00 P. M. trains from Philadelphia. Returning from Down lngtowa at 6-20 A. M., 12-45. and 6-16 P. M. PERKIOMEN RAILROAD. Passengers for Schwenksvllle take 7'80 A. M 12-80, and 6-16 P. M. trains from Philadelphia, re turning from Sohwenksvllle at 6-46 and 8-05 A. M., 12 46 noon, and 4-16 P. M. Stage lines for various pclnts in Perklomen Valley connect with trains at CoUegevllle and Schwenksvllle. COLEBROOKDALE RAILROAD. Passengers for Mount Pleasant and Intermediate points take the 730 A. M. and 4-00 P. M. trains from Philadelphia, returning from Mt. Pleasant at 7-00 and 11-00 A. M. NEW YORK EXPRESS FOR PITTSBURG AND THE WEST. Leave New York at 9 00 A. M. and 6 00 P. M., passing Reading at 1-46 and 10-06 P. M., and con necting at Harrlsburg with Pennsylvania and Northern Central Railroad Express trains for Pittsburg, Chloago, WUllamspert, Elmlra, Balti more, eto. Returning Express train leaves Harrlsburg on arrival of Pennsylvania Express from Pittsburg at 6-86 A. M. and 8-60 A. M., passing Reading at 7-23 A. M. and 10-40 A. M., arriving at New York 12 06 noon and 8-69 P. M. Sleeping cars aooompany these trains through between Jersey City and Pittsburg without change. A Mail train for New York leaves Harrlsburg at 8-10 A. M. and 2 60 P. M. Mail train for Harrls burg leaves New York at 12 M. SCHUYLKILL VALLEY RAILROAD. Trains leave Pottsvllle at 6-80 and 11-30 A. M., and -60 P. M., returning from Tamaqua at 8-86 A. M., and 1-40 and 4 60 P. M. SCHUYLKILL AND SUSQUEHANNA RAIL ROAD. Trains leave Auburn at 8-66 A. M. for Plnegrove and Harrlsburg, and at 12-06 noon for Plnegrove, Tremont, and Brookslde, returning from Uarrls burg at 8 40 P. M., from Brookslde at 8 46 P. M., and from Tremont at 6-25 a. M. and 6 06 P. M. TICKETS. Through first-class tickets and emigrant tickets to all the prlnoipal points in the North and West and Canauas. Excursion Tickets from Philadelphia to Reading and intermediate stations, good for one doy only, and sold by Morning Accommodation Market Train, Reading and Pottstown Accommodation Trains, at reduced rates. Excursion Tickets to Philadelphia, good for one day only, are sold at Pottsvllle and Intermediate stations by Reading and Pottsvllle and Pottstown Aeoommodation Trains, at reduced rates. The following tickets are obtainable only at the office of S. Bradford, Treasurer, No. 227 S. Fourth street, Philadelphia, or of G. A. Nioolls, General SuperlatendentreHeadln g. COMMUTATION TICKETS. At 36 per oent. discount, between any points desired, for families and firms. MILEAGE TICKETS. Good for 2000 miles, be tween all points, at $4700 eaoh, for families and firms. SEASON TICKETS. For one, two, three, six. vine, or twelve months, for holders only, to all points, at reduced rates. CLERGYMEN residing on the line or the road will be furnished with cards entitling themselves and wives to tickets at hall fare. EXCURSION TICK El S from Philadelphia to prlnoipal stations, good for Saturday, Sunday, and Monday, at reduced fares, to be had only at the Ticket Offloe, ut Thirteenth and Callowhlll Streets. FREIGHT. Goods of all descriptions forwarded to all the above points from the Company's new freight depot, Broad and Willow streets. - MAILS close at the Philadelphia Post Office for all places on the road and its branches at 6 A. M., and for the principal stations only at 2 16 P. M. FREIGHT TRAINS leave Philadelphia dally at 4-36 A. M., 12-80 noon, 6 and 716 P.M., lor Reading, Lebanon, Harrlsburg, Pottsvllle, Port Clinton, and points beyond. BAGGAGE. Dungan's Express will collect baggage for all trains leaving Philadelphia Depot. Orders can be left at No. 226 S. FOURTH Street, or at the Depot, THIRTEENTH and CALuOW HILL Stieets. 1T7EST CHESTER AND PHILADELPHIA RAIL W ROAD COMPANY. On and after MONDAY, April 4, 1870, trains will leave from the Depot, THIRTY-FIRST and CUES NUT, as follows : is u i , no "j,KOM PHILADELPHIA. 6-45 AM., for B. C. Junction, stops at all stations. 16 A.M., for West Chester, stops at all stations west of Media (except Greenwood), connecting at B. C. Junction for Oxford, Kennett, Port Deposit, and stations on the P. and B. C. R. R. 9- 40 A. M. for West Chester stops at all stations. 11-50 A. M. for B. C. Junction stops at all stations. 2-30 P. M. for West theater Btops at all stations. 4- 16 P. M. for B. C. Junction stops at all Buttons. t-49 P. M. for West Chester stops at all stations wet of Media (except Greenwood), connecting-at B. C. junction for Oxford, Kennett, Port Deposit, aud all stations on the P. i B. C. R. R. B-80 P. M. for B. C. Junction. This train commences running on and after June 1, 1870, stopping at ail 6- 66!Mor West Chester stops at all Btations. li-so P. M. for West Chester stops at all stations, ii su . - F()K PHILADELPHIA B-8S A. M. from B. C. Junction stops at all stations. 6 80 A. M. from West Chester stops at all stations. 7- 40 A. M. from West Chester stops at ail stations be tween W. C. and Media (except Greenwood), cou nectlng at B. C Junction for Oxford, Kennett, Port Deposit, and ail stations on the P. fc B. C. 8- 16 A. M. from B. C. Jnnctlpn stops at all stations. 10- 00 A M. from West Chester stops at all stations. 1-06 P M. from B. C. Junction stops at ail stations. 16 P.M. from West Chester stops at all stations. 5- 6Q P. M. from West Chester stops at all stations, connecting at B. C. Junction for Oxford, Kennett, Port Deposit, and all Btations on the P. A B. C. R. R. 6 P. M. from West Chester stops at all stations, connecting at B. C. Junction with P. A B. o. R. R. 9-00 P. M. from B. C. Junction. This train com mences running on and after June 1st, isto, stop- PtaUBUU ON SUNDAYS, 80S A.M. for West Chester Btops ut all Btations, con necting at B. C. Junction with P. A B. c. R. R (-80 P. M. for West Chester Btops at all stations. 4-80 A M. from West Chester stops at alf stations. T60 P. M. from West Chester stops at all stations, RAILROAD LINES. pAMDEN AND ATLANTIC RAILROAD. V SHORTEST ROUTE TO TnE SEA SHORE. Til ROUGH IN IV HOURS. FIVE TRAINS DAILY TO ATLANTIC CITY. On and after SATl'RDAY, July 2, 1370, trains will leave VINE STREET FERRY as follows: Special Excursion (when engaged) 6-15 A. M. Mall 80 A M. Freight (with passenger car) 9-45 A. M. Express (through In IV hours) 8-80 P. M. Atlantic Accommodation 4-15 p. m. Returning leave Atlantic Special Excursion 8-3S P. M. Mall 4-8B P. M. Freight (with passenger car) 11-80 A. M. Express (through In 1 V hours) 7-84 A M. Atlantic AccoiumodRtion 6-00 A. M. An extra Express Train (through in 1 hours) will leave Vine Street Ferry everv Saturdav, at 8 P. M. Returning, leave Atlantic city. Monday, 9-40 A. M. LOCAL TRAINS LEAVE For Haddonlleld. 10-15 A. M., a P. M, and 6 P. M. F( r Atco aud intermediate stations, 10-15 A. M. and 6 p. M. Retnrnlng, leave Iladdonfleld at 7-10 A M., 1 P. M., and 3 P. M. Atco, at 6-22 A. Miami 12-15, noon. ON SIN DAYS. Leave Vine Street Ferry at 8-00 A. M. " Atlantic City at 4-35 P. M. The L'nlon Transfer Company, No. 823 Chesnut street (Continental Hotel), and No. 116 Market street, will call for baggage and check to destina tion. Additional tloket offices have been located at No. 828 Chesnut street and No. 110 Market street for the sale of through tickets only. Passengers are allowed to take wearing apparel only as baggage, and the Company will not be re sponsible lor" an amount exceeding one hundreJ dollars, unless a special contract is made ror tho same. D. U. MUNDY, 6 88 Agent. IHLLADELPHIA AND ERIE RAILROAD. SUMMER TIME TABLE. On and after MONDAY, May 30, 1870, the trains on the Philadelphia and Erie Railroad run as follows from Pennsylvania Railroad Depot, West Philadelphia: W B S A R O MAIL TRAIN leaves Philadelphia . 10-20 P. M. " " Wllliamsport 8 00 A.M. arrives at Erie - . 7-4fl P. M. ERIE EXPRESS leaves Philadelphia 10-60 A. M. " " Wllliamsport 8-15 P. M. arrives at Erie - 7-26 A. M. ELMIRA MAIL leaves Philadelphia 7 60 A. M. " WilUamsport 6-00 P.M. " arrives at Lock Haven 7-20 P. M. BALD EAGLE MAIL leaves Williams- . port - - - 1-80 P. M. " " " arrives at Look Haven - . 2-45 P. M. EASTWARD. MAIL TRJLIN leaves Erie . 8-60 A.M. " Wllliamsport 9-25 P. M. " arrives at Pnlladelphla 8-20 A. M. ERIE EXPRESS leaves Erie ... 9 00 P.M. " " Wllliamsport 8-15 A. M. " arrives at Philadelphia 6-30 P.M. ELK IRA MAIL leaves Wllliamsport 9 46 A. M. " arrives at Philadelphia 9 50 P. M. BUFFALO EXP. leaves Wllliamsport 12 25 A. M. " " Harrlsburg - 6 20 A.M. u arrives at Philadelphia 9-26 A. M. BALD EAGLE MAIL leaves L. Havea 11 86 A. M. " " " arr. Wllllamsp't 12 60 P. M. BALD EAGLE EX. leaves Look Haven 9-35 P. M. " " arr. Wllliamsport 10 60 P. M. Express Mall and Accommodation, east and west, connect at Corry, and all west bound trains and Mail and Accommodation eaBt at lrvineton with Oil Creek and Allegheny River Railroad. WM. A. BALDWIN, General Superintendent. 7"EST JERSEY RAILROADS. SUMMER ARRANGEMENTS. COMMENCING THURSDAY, JONE 80, 1870. Leave Philadelphia, foot of Market streot (upper ferry), at 8-00 A.M., Mall for Brldgeton, Salem, Vlneland, Mlllvllle, Swedesboro, and Intermediate stations. 9 to A. M. Mail and Express for Cape May. 11 46 A M., Woodbury Accommodation. 8 16 P. M., Accommodation lor Cape May, Mlll vllle, Vlneland, and way Btations below Glassboro. 8-30 P. M., Passenger for Brldgeton, Salem, Swedesboro, and Intermediate stations. 4 00 P. M., Fast Express, for Cape May only. 6 46 P.M., Passenger lor Swedesbsro and Clay ton, stopping at all stations on signal. Sunday Mail Train leaves Philadelphia at 715 A. M.; returning, leaves Cape May at 610 P. M. Commutation tickets at reduced rates between Philadelphia and all stations. Care May Season Tickets, good for four months from" date of purchase, 60. Annual Tickets, $100. Freight Train leaves Camden dally at 9-20 A. M., stoppinir at all stations between Ulassboroand Cape May, and 12 o'clock noon for Swedesboro, Salem, and Brldgeton. Freight received In Philadelphia at second covered wharf below Walnut street. Freight delivery at No. 228 S. Delaware avenue, 8 16 WM. J. SEWitLL, Superintendent. PROPOSALS. "1 DEPARTMENT OK PUBLIC HIGHWAYS. XJ BhlDwiS, SHWEKS, HTC. Officii of Chibf Commissioner, IS9IONER,) STKKBT, -' 7, 1870. J INO. 1U4 . D IFTII B PlllLADKI.l'llIA. JulV NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. PEALED PROPOSALS will be received at the Olnce of the Chief Commissioner or Highways until 11 o'clock A. M., on MONDAY, lUh instant, for the construction of tlie following sewers: On the line of Poplar street, from Sixteenth street to two hundred and thirty feet west of said Sixteenth street; Coates street from Sixteenth to Nineteenth street; Twenty first sireet from Orty feet south of Wallace street to Locust street; Cherry street from jfrieUlaader street to Clayton street, thence on Clayton street to Race street; Master street from Twelfth to Camac, and on Camac and Fawn streets from Master to Jefferson street; Kessler and Ninth streets from Parish to Ogden sireet, and on Ogdcn lrom Ninth to Tenth street; on Hansom street, to commence at the sewer at Twentieth and Sansom streets, and to extend eastward to the east line of Nineteenth street. The above sewers to be three fee t in diameter. Also a two feet six-inch sewer on Eighteenth street from Mouut Veruou street to twenty-live leet south of the south line of Wallace street, with such manholes as may be directed by the Chief Engineer and Surveyor. The under standing to be that the sewers herein advertised are to be completed on or belore the 80th day of Sep tember, lsio. And the contractor shall ctake bills prepared against the property fronting on said sewer to the amount of one dollar ami lifty cents for each l'neal foot of front on each side of the street as so much cosh paid ; the balance, as limited by ordi nance, to be paid by the city; and the contractor will be requlrtd to keep the sireet aud sewer In good older for three vears after the sewer is iiiiihhtd. When the street Is occupied by a city passenger railroad truck, the sewer shall be constructed along side of said track iu such manner as not to ou st met or Interfere, with the safe passage of the cars thereon; and no claim for remuneration shall be paid the contractor by the company using said track, as specified in act of Assembly approwd May 8, l6d. Each proposal will be accompanied by a certilicate that a boud has been Bled In the Law Department, os directed by ordinance of May i lhOO. if the lowcbt blddf r fchall not execute a contract within five days alter the work Is awarded, he will lie deemed 68 declining, and will be held liable on his bond for IIih diilereiice between his bid aad the next lowest bidder. Specifications may be had at the Department of Surveys, which will be strictly ad hered to. The Depaitiueut of Highways reserves the right to reject all bids not deemed satis factory. All bidders may be present at the time and place Of opening the suid proposals. No uHowanee will be mmie lor rock excavation, except by special con- traCt MARLON II. DICKINSON, 7 7 thsuiSt Chief Commissioner of Highways. I'TkoTci SALS FTi lrTUK CON ST 1 11 ""CTION OF A ST RAM PROPELLER I'Oit 'illE REVENUE MARINE. Tkea.sukv Defaktment. WA.-niMnoK, U. C, July 1, 1S70. The bids for the conduction of an Irou Steam Propeller of :;su tons, opened in this Department June So, being considered exorbitant, separate scaled proposals will be received at th's department until Vi o'clock on FR1D4 Y. 23th Juiy, 1T0, for the construction of a Steam Propeller of woon, of 360 tuns. General plans, coiidUioi.s, and specifications can be obtained from the Coilc-tois of Customs at Port land, Me., Boston, New York, Philadelphia, and Bali mure. , , m Renewed proposals sre also iuvited for the same steamer of ik ), upon the same plans, conditions, and specifications as weie issued June 1. No bids will be oonsidered except from parties regularly en ciiged in fclnp-buildli.g. v.. Tl-e Depaitmeiit reserves the right to reject tny and all bids. 7 7 11 14 IS VI SS 2S Secretary of t lie Treasury. PIANOS. ALBRECBT, R1EKKS & SCHMIDT, M AKL'KAlTl'KtKS OF FIRST CLASS PIANO-KCRTKS. Full guuruiilee aud moderate prices. 8 sj W A UK ROOMS, N-,. cio ARCH Street. AUO TION 8ALE8, MTTIOMA8 k. SONS, NOS. 139 AND 141 e S. FOURTH STREET. Bal No. 704 S. Second street. FIXTURES OF AN ICE CREAM SALOON AND CAKE BAKERY, Counters, Show-cases, Mar(le Top Tables, Soda Water Fountain, Ice Cream Caus and Moulds, Bake Pans, eto. On Tuesday Morning, July 12, at 10 o'clock. May be examined on the morning ;of sale at 0 clock. 7 g 3t MARTIN BROTH ER8, AUCTIONEERS. (Lately Salesmen for M. Thomas A Sons. No. 704 Chesnut st rear entrance from Minor. .fS1 O'&o street, below Washington avenue. FIXTURES OF A FIRST-CLASS DISTILLERY. Cistern, copper Still, Copper Worm, Mash Tuba, Fermentcrs, Fan Blower, Water Pumps, a Higu and Low Wine Meters, large Locomotive Boiler, Smoke Stack, Iron and Copper Pipe, Yeast Cans. Tubs, etc., etc. . On Tuesday Morning, July 12, at 11 o'clock, by catalogue, at the distil. lery, Otsego street, below Washington .avenue, be. tween Front and Swanson streets. ? 6 &t 8alc ntthe Auction Rooms, No. 704 Chesnut street. SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND OTHER GOODS, From families declining housekeeping or removing. On Wednesday Morning, July 13, at 10 o'clock, at the auction rooms, by catalogue Superior household furniture; handsome chamber suits; elegant mirrors, in handsome frames; mattresses; bedding; china and glassware; refrige rators; extension tables ; dining-room chairs; hand some Brussels, Imperial, and other carpets: feather beds; cigar pompey; 2 leaders: paintings; onlce tables ; set double harness, and other good. 7 11 it Peremptory Rale. 600 WATER COOLERS. On Wednesday Morning, At 12 o'clock, at the auction rooms, No. 704 Ches nut street, boo Water Coolers. Will be Bold in lots to suit purchasers. 7 9 8t ONCERT HALL AUCTION ROOMS, No, 1219 CHESNUT Street. T. A. MCCLELLAND, AUCTIONEER. Personal attention given to sales of household fur niture at dwellings. Tublic sales of furniture at the Auction Rooms, No. 1219 Chesnut street, every Monday and Thurs day. For particulars see 'Public Ledger." N. B. A superior class of furniture at private sale rpiIOMAS BIRCH SON, AUCTIONEERS AND JL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 1110 CHES NUT Street; rear entrance No. 1107 Sunsom street." Sale at No. isiT Ridge avenue. STOCK OF A RETAIL DRY GOODS STORE. On Tuesday and Wednesday Mornings, July 12 and 13, at 10 o'clock, at No. mi Ridge avenue, will be sold, without reserve, the entire stock of a retail dry goods store, comprising a large variety of dress goods, merlnoes, flannels, muslins, linen goods, cloths, casslmeres, towelling, hosiery, trimmings, shawls, notions, etc. The store fixtures will be sold after the dry goods. The goods will be sold in lots to suit pur chasers. 7 9 8t Sale at No. 1639 Wharton street. SUPERIOR WALNUT PARLOR, CHAMBER, AND DINING-ROOM FURNITURE, OAK COTTAGE SUIT, BRUSSELS, INGRAIN, AND VENETIAN CARPETS, ETC. On Tuesday Morning, July 12, at 10 o'clock, by catalogue, will be sold the entire household furniture of a family declining housekeeping, comprising walnut haircloth parlor suit, French plate mantel mirror; centre table, marble top; green reps lounge, superior walnut chamber suit, marble tops; oak cottage suit, hair and husk mattresses, bolsters and nllows, Brussels, ingrain, and Venetian carpets; check and white matting, largo oillce clock, china, glassware, cook ing utensils, etc May be seen early on the morning of sale. Catalogues ready on Monday. 79 2t BY BARRITT fc CO., AUCTIONEERS. CASH AUCTION HOUSE, No. 230 MARKET Street, corner of Bank street. Cash advanced on consignments without extra charge. 1124 BUNTING, DURBOROW A CO., AUCTIONEERS, Nos. 232 and 234 MARKET street, corner of Bank street. Successors to John B. Myers & Co JOSEPH PENNEY-, AUCTIONEER, No. 1307 CHESNUT eTREET. f6 23 tf N LOUISVILLE, KT GEORGE W. ANDFRSON. B. O. BTUOKt. THOMAS ANDERSON A OO. (Kstabliahed KM). AUCTIONEERS ANU COMMISSION MERCHANTS. LOUISVILLE, KY. Bnaineaa strictly OoBamiasioo. All motion alesexola eively for casta.. OoDBigDiuenti lolioited for auction or private sale. RoRalar auction aulci of boots, alioea, and bate everf Thursday. RcKUlar auction mIm of dry 'goods, olothing, carpets Dotiona, etc., every Wednesday and Thursday. 3 U 6m PROPOSALS. OFFICE U. S. ORDNANCE AQENCY, Corner Houston and Gkkenk streets, (Entrance on Greene,) P. O. Box 1811. New York Citv, June 23, 18T0. During the months of July and August, 1870, I shall, by authority of the War Department, receive sealed bids for the purchase from the U. S. Ordnance Department of PKi LEAD and LEAD BULLETS, as follows, deliverable at the points herein men tioned only : On SATURDAY, July 23, 1S70. One hundred tons Lead Bullets, Frankford ArsenaL Fifty " " " Watervllet " One hundred " " " Watertown " On SATURDAY, July 80, 1870. One hundred tons Lead Bullets, Frankford Arsenal. Fifty " " " Watervllet " One hundred " " " Watertown " On WEDNESDAY, August 3, 1870. Two hundred tons Pig Lead, New York ArsenaL Fifty " " St. Louis " On WEENESDAY, August 10, 1870. One hundred tons Lead Bullets, Frankford ArsenaL " " Pig Lead, Wew York " Fifty " " St. Louis On WEDNESDAY, August 17, 1870. One hundred and fifty tons Pig Lead, New York Arsenal. Fifty tons Pig Lead, St. Louis Arsenal. On WEDNESDAY, August 24, 1870. One hundred and lilty tons Pig Lead, New York. Arsenal. One hundred tons Lead Bullets, Watertown ArsenaL Fifty " Pig Lead, St. Louis ArsenaL On WEDNESDAY, August 31, 1870. Four hundred tons Pig Lead, New York ArsenaL Fifty " " " St. Louis " Proposals will be opened at 12 o'clock M. on the days and dates herein specified, all bids to be accom panied by a certified check or draft on New York for five per cent, of the amount offered for. Bids must be endorsed "Proposals for Lead," and addressed to this onlce. The Ordnance Department reserves the right to reject any and all bids not deemed satisfactory, and may at lis option accept bids for amounts In excess of the quantities advertised for sale. Thirty day will be allowed for the payment and removal of the Lead. l urther Information can be had on application ta this oillce. S. CRISPIN, BvL-Colonel V. S. A., 1 7 s ut Major of Ordnance. FURNITURE, ETO. RICHMOND & CO.. FIRST-CLASS FURNITURE WAREROOHS Ko. 45 SOUTH SECOND STREET, AST BIDE. ABOVK OHESNUT, 6 U PHILADELPHIA pURMITURE Selling; at Cost Ho. 10 1 UABKET Street. 4163m O. R. NORTH. WATER PURIFIERS. FAllSON'S New l'atent Water Filter ana lurlfler Will effectually ciMnsa from all IMPURITIES, and re moT all foul Ute or ameU from water paaeed through it. la operation and for sale at the MANUk AOTORY, No.' fcjuUOUK Street, and Mid by Uouee-farauhiag Btorea