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THE DaILT EVENING TELEGRAPH PHILADELPHIA, . THURSbAf , APRIL 13, 1871.
The Women's Christian Association met
in the Methodist Episcopal Chnroh, Broad
and Aroh streets, yesterday, and addresses
were made by the President, Mrs. Kennard,
and Mrs. Eastlake.
The thermometer yosterday at 3 P. M.
marked C3 deg., being 2 dog. colder than the
same day last year.
James Banker, a lad of 18 years, one of
a gang of whom the participants ia the late
ontrage in the First ward are a part, was yes
terday sent to prison by Alderman Kerr, for
setting fire to a house in February last. This
boy Banker, though young in years, has been
a notorious criminal for years past.
Edward McCann, aged 28 years, living at
No. 212 Buinbridge street, attempted, bat
failed, to commit suicide last evening by
taking a dose of laudanum.
The Board of Trusts has passed a resolu
tion expressing the fullest confidence in the
integrity of John II. Michener.
Miss Merino and Miss Bonemo have been
elected permanent teachers, the former of
Spanish and the latter of French, in Uirard
The reception of St. John's Commandery
of Knights Templar, at the Academy of Musio
last evening, was one of the grandest and most
imposing Masonio displays that Philadelphia
has witnessed for years.
Yesterday afternoon another meeting of
the special committee of Select Council ap
pointed to investigate the charge of corrup
tion against the members of Select Council
and a member of the Publio Buildings Com
mission, was held, at which the author of the
articles in the Bulletin was present, and re
hearsed his knowledge of the charge, the sub
stance of which has been already made pub
lic. Mr. John Ilice, having previously heard
that nothing of importance would transpire
at the meeting, did not attend.
Redemption of Token Coins at tiie Phila
delphia Mint. The Secretary of the Treasury,
by authority of an act of Congress, has issued
an order, dated April 12, 1871, providing for the
redemption of copper, nickel, and other token
coins. The coins are to be forwarded to the
Philadelphia Mint in sums of not less than
twenty dollars, and the Director of the Mint is
to be notified by mail of the fact. Payment for
the pame is to be made through the United
States Assistant Treasurers in New York, Phila
delphia, Boston, New Orleans, and San Fran
cisco. The Treasurer of the Mint in Philadelphia,
upon the receipt of the co'n, will couut and ex
amine each parcel of coin in the order in which
it is received, aud thereupon will is3ue a certifi
cate, to be at once transmitted by him to the
Treasurer of the United States at Washington.
The Treasurer of the United States will, upon
the receipt of this certificate, transmit to the
owner of the coin a transfer check, payable to
his order, for the amount specified in the certi
ficate. Each denomination and kind of copper, nickel,
or bronze coins forwarded to the Mint for re
demption must be assorted before shipment.
There are three kinds of one-cent pieces, viz.,
copper cents issued prior to 1857, nickel-copper
cents issued from 1S5Y to 1864, and bronze cents
from 18U4 to 1871. These, as well as tbe bronze
two-cent pieces and the copper-nickel three and
five-cent pieces, must be put up separately, and
forwardeuin packagee in the aggregate of twenty
dollars, or a multiple thereof; which packages
must also be accompauied with a schedule of
such kind of coin and tbe name and post-office
address of the party sending. The expenses of
transporting these coins must be paid by the
parties sending them.
But little progress was made in Congress
yesterday on the Deficiency bill.
Two more of the Soranton rioters have
delivered themselves and been held to bail.
The Southern Claims Commission yes
terday held their second session at Wash
ington. Tbe recent rains in California have proved
beneficial, and the crops are quite promising.
There are but one thousand elfective
troops in Arizona Territory to cope with the
troublesome Indians there.
The coal difficulties appear to be drawing
to an end, as a general board of arbitration is
to meet at Mauch Chunk on next Monday.
The debate on the Ku-klux bill in the
United States Senate is rapidly drawing to a
close, it being arranged that a vote shall be
Eleven Japanese merchants have just
arrived at San Francisco with 135,000 cards
of silkworm eggs, in good order and of the
best known varieties.
. All the important business of the State
Legislature is practioally delayed until the
conference committees of the Senate and
House agree upon a compromise apportion
Judge J. P. Wright, colored, of South
Carolina, has just been paid $1200 as a com
promise in a unit brought by him against the
Richmond and Danville ltailroad Company
for ejection from their cars.
Napoleon is ill at Chiselhurst.
A report that M. Thiers thinks of re
signing is pronounced false.
The trial of the leaders of the insurrec
tion at Marseilles has commenced.
The Government at Versailles has been
preparing effective measures to subdue the
Paris insurgents and restore order.
Germany will only interfere in the affairs
of France when it shall become necessary for
the collection of money due to her.
Bishop Martinez arrived yesterday in the
steamship Columbia at Havana, ana, owing
to an informality in his passport, he was not
allowed to land.
Despatches from the British Government
announce the determination of the Cabinet
to make Honduras a crown colony, to form
part of the est Indian Confederation.
A number of Haytien spies have recently
arrived at Kingston to watch refugees and
report any movements made by them towards
the annexation ot liayti to tne united btates.
Change of Habits in Birds. M. Pouchet
says that the common swallow of Europe has
modified the shape of its nest within fifty
years. It is certuin that many birds have
changed their nest-buiiaing naoits witnin an
historical period. Some have learned to use
thread in preference to grass, ine common
swallow and the chimney-swallow must have
built differently before they had the use of
eaves and chimneys. Tbe old swallow-nests
were globular, with a very small rounded
opening. The new nests are long and oval,
and the opening is a long slit, four or five
times as lorjg as high, close to the top of the
nest,t where it meets the wall above it. This
is an improvement on the old nest, as the
young are not so crowded, and can reach out
their beads tor iresn air, wtue their pre
sence does not impede the ingress of the
An Illinois tewn of 300 inhabitants boasU
of forty widows.
lotton proposes a tunnel to East Boston to
cost ti, 168, 170.
To Mrs. Stanton's lecture, "Why Not?" a
' lady proposes "Oh, because."
A coroner a jury wan tuipaieu, ears luvai
pay er out In Iudiana.
moFEssoii jtusxw on land.
We take from the London Athenaum the
following abstract of Professor Knskin'8 third
lectnre on Landscape, delivered recently in the
theatre of the museum at Oxford. The sub
ject was "The llelation of Form to Color in
the Greek and Gothio Schools of Painting":
We must always remember that between
the various schools of painting the difference
is only one of degree and of tendency: it is
not that the one neglects what the other pur
sues with the utmost eagerness, but that it
pursues it less ardently; it is not thnt the one
is entirely wanting in tbe skill peculiar
to the other, but that it possesses it
in a less degree. At the same time,
there is a sufficiently marked contrast
between the schools of crystal and of clay,
as we may call the Greek and Gothio schools
respectively. The former is chiaroscuriat,
the latter colorist. The aim of the former is
tranquil activity; its ideal is clrutkeria; it
seeks to make that real and material which
was before indefinite, to see all thing? truly.
The aim of the latter is passionate rest; its
ideal is stasia; it teaches ns to see all things
dimly. Yet it is difficult to explain the con
trast between the two schools without appa
rent contradiction, since each oontains
ideas which seem to be
The Greek school is
obscure, and yet !in its
results it is
in its purpose.
real snd sharply marked,
school is essentially realistic
BDd yet it is at the same time mysterious
and soft in its execution. The excellencies
of these two schools are united in four great
painters Titian, Holbein, Turner, and Tin
toret, who are therefore sometimes spoken
of as belonging to the one school, sometimes
to the other. The real fact is that Holbein
and Turner were Greek chiarosonrists nearly
perfect in their adoption of color. Titian
and Tintoret were Gothio colorists who were
absolutely perfect in their adoption of chia
roscuro. All elementary exercises in color
must begin with the clearest possible
separation between the various colors. As
in musio perfection consists in mark
ing off distinctly each delicate difference
of sound, so in painting every minute shade
of color must be carefully distinguished in
order to attain the highest results. Some
great colorists even leave dark lines between
their colors, like the broad black lines in
painted windows: we see this especially in
Paul Veronese and Titian. In every great
master of color it is a necessary characteristic
that be is able to paint each separate por
tion of his picture apart from all the rest,
and that every juncture Bhould be made with
tbe greatest care and with the greatest dis
tinctness of will. This precision of method
and of touch is very noticeable in Carpaccio's
pictures. They will bear the closest exami
nation, and without being thus examined half
their beauty will belost. It is an absurd mis
take to hang any pictures of the Venetian
school high out of roach or in an obssure
light, as thereby their marvellous coloring is
deprived of all its effect. One law may be
universally observed in all painters of this
school, that they make white precious
and black conspicuous. They paint with
admirable skill a white cloud.
which comes out clear and clean, even out of
a white sky. They introduce a single touch
of black merely to give relief to the general
coloring of their pictures, amid the extreme
modesty of color, which is one of their re
markable characteristics. They afford an ex
cellent illustration of the rule which all great
painters adhere to, viz., that the value of
color oepends on its subtlety, never on its
violence; on its refinement, not on its loud
ness; on its being soft and genial, not harsh
The coloring of the Greek aohool is essen
tially sad, that of the Gothio essentially gay:
tbe Gothio is always cheerful; itr.assumes that
all nature is lovely, and never paints change
and decay, but only what is bright and
healthful and a fit object for our love. This
is a defect in Gothio art, since it is impossible
for art to show a complete sympathy with hu
manity without the memory or the present
consciousness of pain. Of exquisite Gothio
landscape, there are, perhaps for this reason,
very lew existing instances, not a dozen in
all. There are some which are very beauti
ful, but not of first-rate excellence, in the
painted Missals: one of the finest is to be
found in the Psalter of Henry the Sixth,',
where the landscape and the flowers are
exceedingly lovely. It was the He
formation which destroyed the power
of the Gotbio school; the modern pre-lla-phaelites,made
an attempt to revive it, but
they pursued dramatic sensation instead of
real beauty, and so their highest efforts have
resulted in painting wild apple-blossom with
striking effect. None of them have ever suc
ceeded nobly in painting even a head of wild
roses or a mountain glade full of wild
sorrel. The failure of modern painters
in simple landscape arises from the
idea that it is an easy subject; when
they find out their mistake they are dis
couraged and seek to gratify the publio taste
rather than to paint what is in itself beauti
ful. Now the publio mind is impatient of
trammels, and is ignorant of every law of art;
hence it is easily satisfied, and is deceived by
the self-complacency of the painter who pre
tends to an ability which he does not possess,
arjd so blinds the publio to bis want of pa
tience and of the finer qualities necessary to
a real artist. What a contrast there is be
tween the carelessness and unskilfulness
of the ordinary modern painter and the
accurate detailed skill of Bellini or Turner!
In one of the churches at Venice there is a
Madonna by Bellini, in which we are
struck with the wonderful reality of a soroll
which St. Jerome, who is introduced in the
picture, holds in his hand. If we examine
it closely, we see that this reality an es
from the fact that the two whole chapters a-
written out bodily. So in a picture of
parchments drawn by Turner, in which the
deeds have all tbe seals and ooats-of-arms
most carefully and accurately painted; the
actual signature, by Fairfax, the Cromwellian
general, is forged letter by letter, although
it is so email that a magnifying glass is re
quired to decipher it.
In studying any school of art nothing is
more important tnan to gather up the right
clue; we must keep before us the conviotion
that all thmgs are bound together and con
ceded one with another.
Thns the Greek school pursues truth ai its
vital point; and if it misses this, it misses
everything. Even Michael Angelo, when he
tries to draw a dragon without carefully
studying it in detail, does not draw it success
fully, but represents it as very like a sausage:
while Carpaccio, on the other hand, is always
true to life; and if be draws a suake, it is,
above all things, black and crawling, clinging
to the dust, hideous and ouupina ant em
Lltm of the devil, whom it represents.
The object of the chiarosourist school is to
get sunshine and warrntn without color;
everything is drawn in mystery, aud yet it
represents a marvellous contrast of light and
darkness, cloud and nre. in l.ahael we
Lave combined the misty distance of the
rhiaroBcurists with the finished detail of the
Gothic; In Turner, again, we have perfect
form attained, and all developed in the olond
and fire of the Greeks. His picture of Dudley
is an instance in point. The scene is sketched
with a most perfect acouracy: we have the
roaring furnaces in the foreground, and be
hind we see in the distance the church and
castle fading away into smoke and fire, to
show the power of the manufacturers and ma
chinery of England to do away with all reve
rence for authority, whether of Church or
State. In all Turner s pictures there is nothing
more wonderful than bis intense sympathy.
In one of his sketches he introduces a scene
of agricultural life; everything in the picture
is neglected and unbomely and ooarne; the
sternness and ruggedness of the scene tell of
desolation and of misery; the thorns and
thistles tell of nature's curse. The object
which he had before him in drawing it was to
illustrate tbe degraded and miserable condi
tion of the agricultural poor of England. One
.f the early works represents a scene which
explains to ns how the Grek mythology had
its origin. It is a picture of a scene in the
Valley of CI uses, on the road from Geneva
to Charaounix. It is full of that absolute
simplicity end picturesque archaism which
was the cradle and the source of those immor
tal mjtbs by which the Greeks represented to
themselves their appreciation of nature's loveliness.
REAL ESI AT E AT AUCTION.
f ORPHANS' COURT PEREMPTORY SALE
Mil Estate of Mary Miller, deceased Thtmas &
Sons, Auctioneers. Three Desirable HeKldonces and
six Building Lots, Oermantown Avenue, Mount
Airy, Twenty-second Ward. Pursuant to an order
of the Orphans' Court for the city and county of
Philadelphia, will be sola at public sale, on Thurs
day, Arril 20, 1871, at 12 o'clock noon, on the pre
mises, the following described property, late of Mary
Miller, decease, viz. :
Nos. 1 and S. Two three-story stone residences on
Germantown avenue, Mount Airy. All that lt of
ground, with three-story stone messuage thereon
erected, situate on tbe southwest side of German
town avenue, Twenty-second ward, beginning at a
stake on the southwest side of Oermantown avenue,
80 feet 4X Inches southeast from the southeast side
of Miller street; thence by land late of Eruamis
Pierce, deceased, south CO (leg. 25 mln., west 24 feet
l)i Inches to a corner; thence sttil by the same south
44 deg. 12 niin., west 3S4 feet X Inch to the northeast
side of Bryan Btreet, as the same Is laid out on the
confirmed plan of the city ; thence along the north
easr side of said Btreet south 45 deg. 30 mln., east 4b
feet 1 Inches to a corner; thence by lot No. 2, next
hereafter described, north 45 deg. 19 nun., east 838
feet 1 Inch to a corner, and norta bl deg. fitx mlu.,
east 54 feet yt Inches to the southwest side of Uer
niantown avenue, and thence by the same north 29
deg. 48)$ mln., west. 60 feet 8? Inches to the place of
beginning, containing 73 92-lnu perches of land. The
Improvements are a three-story stooe (rough-cast)
cottage-built residence, with two-story frama back
building; has parlor (with folulng doors), gas, orea
In out-kitchen, etc
All that lot of ground, with the three-story stone
messuage thereon erected, situate on the southwest
side of Oermantown avenue, Twenty-second ward.
Beginning at a stake on the southwest Bide of Oer
nmntown avenue, a corner of lot No. 1, before
described, at the distance of 147 feet IV incites
southeast from the southeast side or Miller street;
thence by lot No. 1 south 67 deg. 66$ mln., west 54
feet l)iinches to a corner, and south 4 di g. IS mln.,
west 888 feet 1 Inch to the northeast Bide of Bryau
Btreet, as the same Is laid out on tht! cnii!lrmd pian
of the city ; thence by the Maine south 45 deg. 8 mi a.,
east 45 feet Inches to a comer; thence by lot No.
3, hereafter described, nortli 44 deg. 80 mln.. east 384
feet 4)(, Inches to the southwest side of Germantown
avenue, and theuce by the same north 29 deg 34)$
mm., west 29 feet 6 inches to the pi ace of beirluuiug:
containing 62 7-10U perches of laud. Thn Improve
ments are a inree-Biory stone trough-cast) cntasre
mi in residence, wuii two-siorj iratue oack Dull. ling;
has parlor, dining-room, and kitchen on the Crot
floor; gas, oven lu out-kitchen, etc.
jno. 8. .Large and valuable xnree-ttory stone Ke-
Bldence, Barn, Ice-house, etc., W. corner of Q-er-muntowu
and Mount Pleasant avenues, 3 fronts.
lot 120 by 370 feet, known as "Miller's Boarding-
nouse." mat 101 oi ground, wua tne large stone
maiiHion, barn, ice-house, aud other Improvements
thereon erected, situate on tte south west side of
Ciermantown avenue, and northwest side of Mount
Pleasant avenne, Twenty-seconn ward. Uegiuaiug
at a stake on the west corner or Uermantova and
Mount Pleasant avenues, theuce along the south
west side of Ctermautown avenue norm 36 deg. 8l,Vf
mm., west nu ieei a mciieH to a corner, tnence by
lot jno. x, oe I ore described, souin 4 aeg. so mm..
west. 884 feet 4)$ Inches to the northeast Bide of
Brvau street, as tne same is laid out ou the cou
firmed plan of the city, theuce by ih same south 45
deg. 30 mlu., east 118 leet VhC inches to tho north
weststde of MouLt Pleasant avenue: thence by
same north 44 deg. SO mln,, east 363 leet 6 Inches to
the place of beginning; containing 1 acre 484S-lo
perches or land. 'I ne improvements are a large
tnrte-story stt ne (rough-cast) residence, with two
story frame back building and one-story kitchen;
has Urge hall, parlor, large dlnlng-roiui, library, re
ception-room, 2 chambers on first nonr, 11 chambers
on the second, and 15 ou the third ; large porch aud
verandah, gas, furnace, etc. Also, stone barn, with
stabling for 5 horses, box stall, cow stable, pig pens,
No. 4. Larue Lot vi acres S. W. corner of Ger-
mantown and Mount Pleasant avenues. All that lot
of ground, situate on the southwest aide of German
ten n avenue and southeast side or Mount Pleasan
avenue, Twenty second ward. Begiuulug at a stake
on the south corner of Germantovrn and Mount
Pleasant avenues; thence blng the southwest side
of Oennsntown avenue south bit deg si)$ mm.,
east 1)3 feet 6 inches to a corner of Gejrge H.
Usrrett's laud ; thence by the sam- soutn 44 deg.
11)6 nun., west 435 feetV inches to a corner, la
lino of lot No. 8: thence by the same north 45 dog.
21 nun., west in leet i men to tne southeast hUIo of
Mount Pleasant avenue, aud ibence sloug the same
north 44 deg. 8U min., east 452 feet 9 v inches to the
place (f beginning; containing l acre, 1 rood, aud
X &4 liv jiei viirn til inun.
no. 5.- Lot, uount neasani avenue ana Bryan
street. All tlixt lot or ground, situate on the norta
westside of Mount Pleasant avenun, and on the
southwest side of Bryan t street, Tweuty-Becoud
ward. Begtnulng at a stake on the west corner of
Mount Pleasant avenue ami Bryan street: thencu
along the southwest side of Bryan street north 45
deg. 2t mm., west w feet g)j lucnes to tne line of
land late of Erasmus Pierce, ideceaned ; thence by
the same south 44 deg. 14 tnlu., west 210 feet 1S$
Inches to a corner; thence bf lot No. 6, hereafter
described, south 45 deg. 80 min., east 208 feet 7li
Inches to the northwest side of Mount Pleasant
avenue, and thence by the shiuo nortti 44 deg. 30
mln., east 210 feet 1 Inches t the place of begin
ning; contalblng 1 acre and 41 41- loo perches of
N o. 6. Lot, Mount Pleasant avenue, Mo wer street
and Miller strett, 3 fronts. A J that lot of ground,
situate ou the northwest Bld4 of Mount Pleasant
avenue, Twenty-second ward. Beginning at a sUh6
on the northwest side of Moiyit Pleasant avenue,
21ttfet inches southwest 'from the southwest
side of Bryan Btreet; thence by lot No. 6, before de
scribed, north 45 deg. 80 mini, west 208 feet 7!
inches to a corner; thence by laud late of Krasmus
Pierce, deceased, north 43 deg. 25 mln., west 122
feet IX Inches to a corner, 4 fet nortnwest of tlie
northwest Bide of Miller street! thence by land late
of George W. Carpenter, deceased, south 44 dag. 14
min., west 287 feet 9)$ lnche to a corner la the
middle or Mower street; theuce along the middle
of said street south 46 (leg. 16 jnlo., east, crossing
Miiier Btreet, 213 feet 2 incfies to a corner in the
Hue of land now or late of Valentine Bark hart, and
theuce by the same the two myct following courses
and dlcunces, viz.: North 44 (leg. 24 mlu., east no
feet Inches to a corner, and! south 44 deg., east
116 feet 4 Inches to the northwest Bide of Mount
Pleasant avenue, and theuce along the same north
44 deg. 30 mlu., east 1S4 feet, 5 a, inches to the place
or beginning; coutalmcg 1' acre, 8 roods, 26 83-100
perches, more or less.
No. 7. Lot, Miller Btreet, Mower street, and
Cresheim road,;3 fronts.' All that lot of ground,
situate on the northeast side of the, Creshelm road,
1 wenty-second ward. Beginuiugat aatoneonthe
northeast Bide of Creshelm road; thence aloug tbe
northesst Bide of said road norta 12 aeir. 84 mlu..
west, crofsUig Miller street, 252 feet 10 'i Inches tu a
comer, 8 feet 6 inches,-northwest or the northwest
Bide of Miller Btreet; tnence ty laud late of Uorge
W. Carpenter, decease d, north 44 deg. 14 rain., east
819 feet lw Inches to a corner la the middle of
Mower street, 8 feet 6 inches northwest or the north
west side or Miller street; theuce along the middle
of Mower street, by lot No. 6, before described,
south 46 deg. 6 mln .cast 213 feet 2 Inches to a
comer in the Hue of land now or late of Valentine
Buikhart, and thence by tlie same south 44 deg. 24
mln., went 458 feet 8 Inches to the place of begin
lima; containing 1 at?re, t roods, 19 84-10J perch-
No. 8. Lot, Mt. l'leasant avenue and Mower
street, two fronts. 4 11 that lot of ground situate on
the southeast Bide or Mount rleascnt avenue,
Tnij-econdwarrip Begtuuing at a point on ihn
Houlbttibl side or Mount Pleasant avenue, 452 feet
U inches southwest from the southwest side of
Gtnutuiiown avenue ; thence parti by lot No. 4 and
partly by grouud of (eo. H. Garrett suutu 45 deg 21
ilIb , east bbi feet 11 K' inches to a corner; theuce
by ground of Geo. il.jtiarreit soutu 43 deg. 41 mlu.,
Wfckt 444 fett Hi incurs to a corner in the middle of
KEAL. ESTATE AT AUCTION.
M owct street ; thence alonz the middle of Mower
street north 46 deg. 6 mtn., went 44fl feet to a c rier
of land now or laie of Valentine Burkhart; thenne
by said land the two following courses and dis
tances, viz. : noith 44 d g. i mln., east 100 feet T
Inches to a eotner, and north 44 deg., west 118 feet
9 Inches to 1h si.nthesst side of Mount Pleasant
avenue, and thence t.y the same north 44 deg. 30
nun., fast 84 1 feet S Inches to the p'aoe of begin
ning; contsln.nir 6 acres, 1 rood. 83 59-100 perches.
No. I-of. Mower street, extending through to
CreRhtim road, two fronts. All that lot of ground,
situate on the northeast side of the Old Ci'esheim
road, Twenty second ward, Beginning at a corner
on the Dorth ast Ride of the ( hcslielm roal; thence
by land, late oT John Tannatiiil, deceased, north 43
deg. I mtu., east ins feet inches to a corner, and
south 44 deg. 43 mtn., ent 114 feet 10 inches to a
corner: thence by lani of George H. Garrett north
43 deg. 41 mln., east 369 feet 10 Inches to the mid
dle of Mower Btreet; thence along the middle of
Mower street, by lot No. 8, north 4deg. 6 ruin.,
west 44fi feet to a corner, on the line of land now or
lnte of Valentine Burkhart; thence bv the same
south 44 deg. 29 tnin., west 64i feet 3)$ Inches to the
northeast side of Creshelm road ; thence by
the snme south 12 deg. 84 mln. .east 45 f eet 2!tf Inches
to acorner, and sonih 30 deg. 10 mln., eust 2 feet to
a corner of Michael Ualioway's land; theuce by the
same, the next three following courses and dis
tances, viz., north 44 deg. as mlu., east 146 feet 4'
Irt hes to a corner, south 4rt deg., east 80 feet to a
corner, and smth 44 deg. 82 mln., west 168 feet. 10.H
Inches to the northeast side of Creshelm road, thence
along the same south 30 deg. 10 mln., cast 69 feet
71, inches to a corner, north 79 deg. 22 mtn., east 231
feet t inches to a corner, and thence south 49 deg.
1B mm., east 19 feet 8, inches to the place of be
ginning; containing 5 acrus, 3 roods, it4 62-100
Bv the Court.
TITTERMARY, Clerk O. C.
W 1V1. KliX
ie-h iiimk-T'P ? Aumiaisirawirs.
N. B. The above are located on very high gTound,
commanding a beautiful view ot the country for
nilies around, and the sites are very valuable for
country residences, being la the immediate vlclaity
of and adjoining elegant country-seats. Lithogra
phic pinns may te had at tna auction rooms.
Mount Pleasant avenne, Bryan and Mower streets
are not cut through yet, but laid out on the city
P aD' M. THOMAS & RONS, Auctioneers,
8 25 ap 8 15 Nos. 139 and 141 S. fc'OUKTH street.
KEAL KSTATE THOMAS & SON8' SALE.
On Tuesday, Mav 2, 1871, at 12 o'clock, noon,
a, u De soio at putuic sate, at tne ruiutaeipiiia jvx-
change, the lollowlug described properties, viz. :
No. 1. Three-story brick dweiliug. No. 1903
Thompson Btreet, Twentieth ward. All that three
stoiy brick messuage, with two-story back building
and lot of ground, situate on the north side or
Ttrmpson street, 72 tcet west of Nineteenth street,
No. 1903; the lot containing In front 16 feet, and ex
tending In depth on the east Hue 76 feet 5 Inches, and
ou the west line 66 feet, widening on the rear to 18
feet 6 Inches. The house has saloon parlor, dining
room, and kitchen on the first floor; 2 chambers,
bath-room, and saloon sitting-Mora on the second
th.or, and 2 chambers ou the third floor; h;9 the gas,
bath, hot. and cold water, cooking-range, heater, etc.
Terms 12000 may remain on mortgage. Immediate
No. 2. Three-story brick dwelllDg, No. 1620 Amboy
street, TwentUth ward All that threo story brick
mestmsge and lot ef ground situate on the west side
of Amboy street, between Oxford street aad Co
lumbia avcnn-, Twentieth ward, No. 1620; the lot
containing In front 16 feet, lnclndimr the northern
moiety or half part of an alley 3 feet 3 Inches wide,
and extending in t epth 40 feet 6 inches. House con
tains 6 rooms ami bath-room ; has gas, hot aud cold
vater, etc. Clear r f ull Incumbrance. Terms cash.
M. THOMAS SONS, Auctioneers.
4 8 22 29 Nos. 139 and 141 S. FOUKTH Street.
ff PUBLIO PALE THOMAS A SONS, AUC
kiii tloneers. Desirable Country Mansion, with Sta
lni aud Coa :h-house, Riverside, Burlington county,
New Jersey, on the line of the Camden aud Amooy
Railroad, 12 miles above Camden, and two minutes'
walk from Stution aud five from Steamboat Land
ing. On Tuesday, April 18, 1871, at 12 o'clock, noon,
will be Bold at punlic sale, at the Philadelphia
Exchange, a modern double 2)$ -story brick rough
cast mansion, situate at the northeast corner or
Laiayette avenue and Kossuth street, Riverside,
Burlington county, New Jersey ; the lot containing
80 feet in front on Lurayette avenue, and extending
in depth along Kossuth street 871 feet of an luch.
At the depth or 151 reet It widens 'to UK) feet, and
continues In depth of thnt width. Excellent gun
ning and fishing near at hand ; Due roiids and driv-'
iiij! m the vicinity ; 11 trams to and from the city
dully pass the premises. Photograph can be seeu at
the auction rooms, and for a p an of the house and
further particulars, inquire of I'd ward A. Helntz,
No. 432 Walnut street, Philadelphia. Immediate
possession. Will be shown by Mr. Bear, on the
premises. Terms One-half of the purchase money
M. THOMAS A SONS, Auctioneers,
3 11 25 a 1 8 15 Nos. 139 and 141 S. .FOURTH Street.
ORPHANS' COURT SALE ON THRPRK
mlses Estate of WILLIAM. 8NYDKR, De-
ciMsed THOMAS & SONS, Auctioneers. Three
desirable fraooe Cottages, Stable, and Shop, and
Cottage Loti, Green Street aud Goodman street,
jKising tun, Twenty-nun waru. onTiiuKUAi,
April 13, 1871, at 1 o'clock, will be sold at public sale,
ou the premises. Full ptrtlctiiars at the auction
Kooms. At. Tli imam tUNS, Auctioneers,
all 18 25 a pi Nos. 139 and 141 8. FOURTH St.
Pursuant to the terms of a deed of trust executed
to the undersigned, on the 12th day of November,
A. D. 1669, by the Tucker Creek Oil and Mining
Company of West Virginia, to secure the payment
of a certain debt, therein described, due to Frede
rick Faiithorne, amounting tof'000, with Interest
from the 12th day of November, 1669, which deed is
recoiaed In the Keceroer'B otnee of Wirt county,
West Virclnla, In Deed Book No. 9, page 622, 1 will,
ON THE 8TB DAY OF MAY, 1871 (.that being the
second Monday of the month), at the front door of
the Court House of Wirt county, West Virginia, pro
ceed to sell to tnu highest bidder, by public auction,
lor cat-h In band, the following real and personal
property In said deed mentioned, to wit: all that
certain tract of land tltuate, ljtug, and being In the
county of Wirt and Stale or West Virginia, about
one mile west or the Court House of Wirt county,
containing 'I HREE HUNDRED AND NINETY
EIGHT ACRES OF LAND, kuon as the Tucker
Creek OU and Mining Company's Farm.
Also, oi e other certain tract of land situate on the
waters of Synn Camp Bun, and left hand fork or
Tucker's Creek, In the county or Wirt and State or
West Virginia, con.aiLing EIGHT HUNDRED ASD
THIRTEEN ACftfcS or laud, more or less, being the
en me tracts of lend icnveyedto the said Tucker
Creek Oil and MinlDg Company, by Nelson J.
Nickersou and wife, by deed bearing date on the 8th
day of June, 1865; both of said deeds are of record
In the Office of the Recorder of Wirt county, West
VlrgiLla, in Peed Book No. 9, pageB 293 aud 3uL
lso one Poi table Steam Engine Boiler and fix
tures, 20 horse-power, two sets of blacksmith tools
and a lot of oil well tools, and one fire-proof safe,
all or w hleh.U now upon the premises.
1 awt Ms D. U. LEONARD, Trustee.
LAC K HAWK GOLD MINING COMPANY OF
AUCTION 8ALW BY TRUSTEES.
Notice if. bereoy glveu thut we, the undersigned,
BENJAMIN Will 1 h aud BUKI All WALL, of the
City or Providence, in the btate or Rhode Island,
uiaoer and In execution or the po, vers In us vested
by the deed of trust executed to us by said Black
Hawk Gold Milling Crn pauy, bearing date on the
twenty. eighth day of bav, A. D. IhOiS, and duly re
corded, v.lil sell at PUBLIC ALO'UUN at the Ex
clmi po Salesroom, No. Ill Broadway, New York,
on the eleventh day of May, 61, at 12 o'clock
noon, all the estate, lauds, quartz lode mining
claims, mines, miuerals. mining rights and Interests,
laLids and prtuases, i-u.ifls levels, mills aud mill
Bites, stoies, storehouses, dwelli'in, aud other
buildipgsand structures, wa'er, wat"r-poer3, ruus
and tala of witter, vau r-c U;uis, and w iter -rights
8lid privileges, water-uheeU, Humes, ditches, fur.
Iiscts, eugiues, btea.n-powers, tracts, machinery, re
torts, tools and fixtures, and all other estate and
vropett.v, renl, piri-oiial, or mixed, or said Black
JUwk Cold Mining I'oinpa'jy, situate In the County
or Oilplu, In the Territory of Colorado, and cou
vevtd to us in and by the deed of trust aire.sitii
and till the Interest aud title of said Company
l.tlerence is hereby made, as a part of this notice,
and for a full desciiptiou of said estate au't pro
nnriv. to Hld di-ed of trust, which m i i e.xnulued
lithe ntllce of W. IL WUitlHuham. No. U Wall
mr. Ht. New York Cltv.
Terms of su!o will be made ki own at the time, and
place of sale. miowwioiu
Pwartmrnt or SravsTS,
No. 224 Sonth FIFTH btreet, Philadelphia
S7ALED PROPOSALS will be received at the De
partment or Surveys until 8 o'clock P. M. or April
10, iPii.ior me tuoiuituu.x uf A. Dniuura,
over the river Schuylkill on the site or the Suspen
sion Bridge at Fairmount, and Its approaches to ex-
tend from Twrniy-imn ann ppnng urien streets,
In the Fifteenth ward, to Thirty-second and Bridge
streets. In the Twenty-fourth ward, a length of
about 2730 feet.
Proposals will be received for the bridge super
stractare over tne river. Including all materials,
workmanship, and erecting ready for use. It will be
840 feet span, of wrought iron, and also two trusses
for Thirtieth street, 80 feet spau, of wrought iron.
Detailed plans of these bridges, conforming to spe
cifications, to accompany proposals.
proposals for all the iron work on approach Wll'
be accepted separately, to be erected complete for
use. as per plnns and specifications.
And separate proposals for the graduation and
masonry, to include curbing and paving, as per
specifications and plans.
hack bid mut be made vpnn blank prepared, other
wise they will not be accepted, and every bidder
must Bubmlt the names of two persons of undoubted
responsibility, who will be bound with them m secu
rity for the falthtul completion of contract. The
city reserves the privilege or rejecting any and all
bhls that may not be satisfactory.
Payments will be., made monthly In bonds of tho
city f Philadelphia, or in cash, at the discretion ot
Each bid must be accompanied by a certificate
trom the Law Department that a proper bond, Tor
the rum or five hundred iriOO) dollars, has been filed
there, in accordance with the ordinance approved
M ay 2ft, 1S60.
The contractor or contractors, In making their
proposals, shall do so with the understanding that
if their proposal shall be accepted every dispute or
difference which may arise Incident thereto shall be
decided by the Chief Engineer aud Surveyor, from
whose decision there shall be no appeal.
All bidders are Invited to be present at the open
ing or proposals oilered on said day, at 8, o'clock.
Plans may be seen and enaoitned at the Uepartmeut
or hnrveys, where specifications and blank propo
sals may be obtained on and after the loth Inst.
3 25s4t Chief Kugineer and Surveyor.
N1TED STATES ENGINEER OFFICE,
TH1KD ST0KV UNION BANK BCILDfKOS,
Fayette street, near Charles,
Balt mokb, Md., March 28. 187
PROPOSALS are invited ror. dredging a channel
through Fredericksburg and Spottswood Bars, In
the hapnahannock river. Proposals, to bn Healed . in
duplicate, eruiirrxed on oulttuh; and accompanied by a
copy of tins advertisement, will De receive l until
noon or April 23, 1871, and will be opened la tea
minutes thereafter. In presence or such binders as
may wish to be present. Seixxrate. Proposal will be
also received ror removing one wreck la Fredericks
The material Is easily removed. The channel Is
not to exceed 90 feet lu width or 8 feet in depth at
mean low water. Thn locality Is sheltered. Tne
tide rises about two feet
Forms of proposal and any desired Information
to be had on application at this oil Ice.
The right to reject auy bid is reoerved.
WM. P. URAIGHILL,
3 29 Major or Engineers U. 8. A.
TTN1TED STATES ENGINEER OFFICE,
J Amitl niOKX, L.JIWN DAM -DL'IL.IU!llt, I t
FAYETTE TTRKBT, NBAK CHAKLES,
Bai.timohk, Md., March 20. 187L
PROPOSALS are Invited ror Dredging a Chaunel
In tneenstown Creek, Maryland, from Chester
Klver to (jueenstown. Proposals to be fiealed, in du
plicate, eiworited on outmxie., aim accompanied Dy
copy or this advertUement, will be received until
noon of April 22, 1S71. and will be opened In ten
minutes thereafter, in presence or such bidders as
may be present.
The material ia easily removed. The channel Is
net to exceed one hundred feet in width or eight
leet in depth at mean low water, ine locality is
Forms or proposals and any desired information
to be had on application at tins oince.
The rlRht to reject any out is reserved
Wftl. P. C
R A (QUILL.
Major or Engineers, U. S. Army.
U ARTE KM ASTER'S
PniLAbKLmlA, Pa., April ft, 1S71.
SI2ALEI' I'KOrbSAiiN lu triplicate will bo re
ceived at this oillce until 12 o'clock A. on MONDAY.
May 8, 1871, fcr tho delivery or fifteen (15) cords of
nieicl'antatiie hard wood, at each of the following-
UBnieu national cemeteries, via.:
Annapolis.. Md. : cuipeper. vn,: city point, va. :
DuLVlile, Va. ; Fredericksburg, Va. ; Fort Harrison,
Va. : Glendale, Va. : Cold f lai oor. Va., the last three
near Richmond, Va. ; Poplar Grove, Va., pear Peters-
imji, tu , J iciiuHJiju, . ci. , ciiuuuluu, y a. nevou
1'ires. va.: Winchester, va.: Hampton. Va. : York-
town, Va. : Newbern, N. C. ; Raleigh, N. C. : Salls-
ouy. N. c. : and w umington, in.
The Wood to be delivered lu such quantities and
at such times as tho Superintendents at eacn of the
Cemeteries u ay respectively desire.
forms ror proposals lurntsneo upon application
tO this OlMce. 11 tlH BY C. HOUGhH,
4 6 Ct Major and Quartermaster U. 8 Arrar.
TT 8. ENGINEER OFFICE,
m lullvD OTOKY UNION JJAnK UUILOINO,
Fayettb St., mhak. Chaklrs.
Baltimore. Md.. March 20. 1871.
PROPOSALS are Invited for excavating a ch mnel
in tne James river, at ine nocketts, near Richmond,
Proposals, to be sealed, in duplicate, endorsed on
outmde, and accompanied by a copy or this adver
tisement, win oe received uutn noon or April 2D,
1S71. aud will be opened lu ten minutes thereafter.
In presence of such bidders as may wish to be pre
sent. The material to be removed is rock in beds and
boulders. Tbe cnanuel is not to exceed 180 reet la
wloth or 18 feet lu depth at mean hliib water. The
locantv Is sheltered. The tide rises about 2jrf feet.
forms oi pioposai and any uesirea lniormauouto
be Dad on application at min omce.
Tbe right to reject any bid Is reserved.
WM. P. CRAIGniLL,
8 29 Major of Engineers U. S. A.
TTN1TED STATES ENGINEER OFFICE,
1 11 E
U T11IKD BTOKY, I "NfON UANK Btllt.niNO,
Kaykttk St.. neak Charles
Baltimore. Ma, March 21, i7l
PROPOS&L8 are Invited for Dredging a Chaunel
at i;anibriuge, Maryland, proposals to be sealed, in
iuplU-ate, tndoraea onouUtide, aud accompauied by a
copy of this 8'ieitineuient, win be received uutil
noon or April 24, in, ana win ue opened ia tea
minutes thereafter, lu presence of such bidders as
may wish to be piesent.
Tne material is easily removed.
The channel Is
not to exceed one hundred reet
leet In depth at mean low water,
n width or ten
The locality Is
r'orms or proposal and any dnslrad Information to
De had on appiica ion at tins otnee.
T be right to reject any bid is reserved.
WJd. P. CKIG8ILL,
8 23 Major of Engineer U. S. Army,
QUARTERMASTER'S OFFICE, U. S. ARMY,
V Philadelphia, pa., siarcu 3u, Ian.
fe BALED PROPOSALS in duplicate win be re
ceived at this oillce until 12 o'clock M. on Mouduv,
May 1 1871, for building a brlcV or stone wail with
one double and one single iron gate, around the
isational Cemetery at Annapolis, Md.
Binders will be required to specify the price per
lineal foot, aud no bid will be entertained that does
n t confoim to this requirement. Forms for propo
sals and specinuaiions furnished upon application to
nENKY C. HODGES.
3 si Major and 0.uartermaster U. S. A.
TvEPUTY QUARTERMASTER GENERAL'S
PHiLiri8i.pniA, March 16. 1ST1.
SEALED PROPOSALS will be received at this
ofllce (where proper forms will be furnished) until 12
o'clock M. on FRIDAY, April 21, 1871, fer the de
livery at the Schuylkill Arsenal. Philadelphia, or
Sh'j pairs Boots (.600 pairs to be cable Bcrewed).
ii (in vards Crimson Worsted Lace. V Inch.
' All to be of army standard, samples of which can
be seen at in is omce.
STEWART VAN VLIET,
3 21 Brevet Mujor-Oeneral, U. 8. A.
KAMIFOKD ARSENAL, OFFICE A. C. S.
March 15, 1K71.
PEALED PROFOSALS in duplicate will be re
ceived at this oillce until W M., April lf, ISTi, for
lurntbhlLg tho irtsh feef required by the Hubiust
c uce Department, V. S. A., at this BUtiou duriug
Hie two months commencing May 1. ISIt. Informa
tion as to eouditious, quality of oeef, payments, etc.,
can be obtained b, M
8 IB First Lieut. Ord., A. C. 8.
xy I L 8 O N s
8m NO. 611 Soutn SEVENTEENTH Street.
JAVEN PORT'S OHESNUT STREET TfllEATR S.
Admission, $1, 75, 60, and 25 cents. Commence at
TnUflSn&Y EVKNING, April 13,
Mrs. E. E Lewis' new Play of
TH E MARQUIS
For the rourth time.
Mrs. K. L. DAVENPORT as Mario
Supported by the
UNEQUAT LED BTAR COMPANY.
BENEFIT OF PETER K ABEL.
SCHOOL ON SATURDAY at 9 O'clock.
Admission s cents, 60 cents, and 11.
Box sheet for Lad'es and Children now open, and
tickets secured from 9 until 4 o'clock.
RS. JOHN DREW'S ARCH S t'KEET
THEATRE. Begins X to 8 o'clock.
TO-N1UHT (Thursday), April 13,
Lester Wallack s gn at play of
OR. TUB RIFLE BALT.
Mrs. JOHN DREW as ROSA LEIUH,
Aided by thn foil Company.
FRIDAY Benefit of Miss I.IZZIR PRICK.
SA ITRDAY lietiellt of Mr. S. HfcMPLE.
MONDAY Benefit of Mr. L. L. J AMES.
Seats secured six days In advance.
WALNUT 8TREET THEATR .
EVERY EVENIXG AT 8
AND SATl'RuAY AFTERNOON AT 2.
ORKAT SUCCESS OK
t he great Spectacular Pantomime entitled
THK TIIKEE HUNCHBACKS.
First appearance of the voumr. neencsn. and
MAD'LLE MARIE BONFANTI.
whose high reputation as a Danseuse stands upon
record In everv city in Europe and America,
W AINU tiOOJJKICIl,
the ORIGINAL SKATERS, from Nlblo's Garden."'""'.
CADEM Y.-n ASSLER BROTHERS'
AND INS i RUM KNTAL CONCERT,
FRIDAY EVENING. Anrll 14.
MISS PAULINE NININGER Prima Donna
MB. WENZKL KOPTA Solo Violinist
GRAND ORCHESTRA AND MILITARY BAND.
Admission, fl; Reserved Seats. 60c. extra: Farrrllv
Circle, oc. ; Amphitheatre, 25c. Tickets at North's
musio btore and Academy or Music.
ERIC AN ACADEMY OF MUSIC
BECK'S PHILADELPHIA BAND, No. 1.
THURSDAY EVENING, April 13, 171.
GRAND MILITARY BAND.
In an Entire New Uniform.
CHOICE SELECTIONS OF
VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC.
Tickets, BO cents each.
Reserved scats, 7S cents. 3 13 1 4 13
S S M B L Y
UNEXAMPIED SUCCESS 1 GRAND COMBINA
TION ENTERTAINMENT 1
IRISH ART, SCENERY, SONG, COMEDY.
MELODY. WIT, AND HUMOR.
IRELAND IN SHADE AND SUNSHINE,
en entirely new series of Magnificent Paintings,
illustiatmg tbe pnst and present glories of
THE EMERALD ISLE,
with appropriate vocal and Instrumental Music
IRISn MINSTRELS AND COMEDIASS.
EVERY EVENING at 8. Matinee on WEDNESDAY
aud SAi URDaY at 8. 4 11 et
Admission, 80 cents; Reserved Seats, 60 cents.
ICAL FUND HAL L.
UKAN1 EAST lilt CONCERT,
FRIDAY EVENING, April 14.
(Her first, appearance In twelve months.)
Mme. Josephine f-chimnf. Mr. Geo. Slnmson. of
New York ; Mr. W. W. Gilchrist, Mr. Alfred tvelleher.
by pei mission ot Mrs John Drew; and Mr. Frank
Gilder, Solo Plsnist; Assistant Conductor, Mr. W. G.
Dietrich. Tickets, 100.
Doors open at 7. Commence at 8.
Tickets for 8cle at North's. Gould's, and Boner's
Music Stores, Chesnut street. 4 11 tf
ORAND BAZAAR IN AID'"OF THESICK
POOR OF ST. MARY'S HOSPITAL Is NOV
OPEN, and will continue ror two weeks at CON
CEPT HALL, C1USNUT Street, above Twelfth.
reason ticKcts, 2a cents, single admission, 10
AMERICAN MUSEUM AND MENAGERIE,
Northwestcornerc.f NINTH and AKCHStreett.
Onen dully from 9 A. M. till 10 P. M
THE WONLERFUL ALBINO FAMILY.
Living Wild A luuiis, Double-hump CaiueL
Last week or the Grand Specteele of
CHERRY AND FAIR STAR,
Admission. 2fi cents. Performances over at lot
P. M .. in order to e liable all livlnir at a distance to take
the cars home 1212U
IO N NEW AM Jv it 1 CAN THEATRE, OHESNUT
J Street, aoove Tenth,
A M USEM KNTS OF ALL NATIONS. .
And SATURDAY MATINEE.
GP EAT CONGRESS OF STARS.
Comprising tin best artists tn the country, who
appear iu Grand Bailets, Dutch Oomedv, Local
fetches, ftiii strelsy. KthioDlan Acta. Farce. Comlo
Voculism, Pantomime, etc
SOIPI SOAP!! SO?!!!
PATEKT PEEPUHED DETERSIVE.
PATENT PERFUMED DETERSIVE.
PATEKT PERFUMED DETERSIVE.
This is tbe best and most economical LAUNDRY
SOAP in tbe United States For house-cleaning, and
wasblDg Flannel or Woollen Goods, It bas no equal.
It Is sold by all grocers, and manufactured only by
McKEONE, VAN HAAGEN; & CO.,
8 IB wfmsm Philadelphia and New York.
8. R. D I
NOS. 323 AND 831 SOUTH STREET,
FANCY AND MOURNING MILLINERY, CRAPE
Ladles' and Misses' Grape, Felt, Gimp,' Hair, Satin,
Bilk, Straw and Velvets, Hats and Bonnets, French
Flowers, Hat and Bonnet Frames, Crapes, Laces,
Silks, Satins, Velvets, Ribbons, Sashes, Ornamental
and all kinds of Millinery Goods.
P. OWEN A CO.,
FILBERT STREET WHARF,
ONOWDON A HAU'S COAL DEPOT, CORNER?
O DILLWYN and WILLOW Streets. Lehigh and
Schuylkill COAL, prepared expressly for family use
at the lowest cash prices. 1 IS
DEP RTMFNT OF SURVBYS OFFICE OP
CHIEF ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR.
Puiladkli'UIA, Pa., April 6, 1STL
NOTICE Duplicate plana of the revision of
grades upon so much of the Twenty-seventh ward
as is embraced within Forty-second aud Forty-sixth
btreeta, aud Spruce Btreet aud Baltimore aveuue,
are now prepared and deposited ror Inspection at
the oillce of WILLI AM H. JONES, Surveyor and
Reguiutor, No. 4ii40 MARKET Street, aad also at
the ofllce of this Department, and tbe Board or Sur
veyors have appoiuted MONDAY, April IT, 1871, at
1(JX o'clock A.M., to consider any objections that
n ay be urged thereto rjy any citizen interested
r-'l KlUlvLANU KINEASS,
4 9 11 15 Bt Chief Englueer and Surveyor.
Galvanized Elastic Cable Fencing
Does not 'kink' In warm nor "snap" In cold
weather. Is cheaper than niot wood feiioea; orna
mental and durame: large quantities erected aad
satisfaction given. Send for circulars, or see the
feticlLg at the manufacturer's, l IT fmwlra
PHILIP S. JUSTICE,
No. 14 North riFTH Street, Philadelphia,
Chops SEVENTEENTH and COATES Streets.
IORMINH, EMKOSS1NO, PERFORATING,
1 Cutting aud Scoring Machines, for MemU,
Bonnets and Hats, Paper and other materials,
MOULDS. Dies, Punches, and Cutters.
OKORUK C. HOWARD,
6 9 mi No. IT S. EIGHTEENTH btreet,