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THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, jUNE 13, 1871.
THE OIL REGIONS,
Klonthly Statement for May Production
nd Development-Well. Drilling. Stock
on Hand Shipment., Etc. Etc.
We make the following extracts from the
Titusville Herald's oil statement for the month
The month of May shows an Increased pro
duction over that of April, amounting to about
six hundred barrels daily. The Increase occur
red principally In the river districts In the
vicinity of Foster farm, on the Allegheny,
where an increase of about three hundred bar
rels is shown, and at Parker's Landing, where
it amounted to about one hundred and fifty bar
rels more than the dally average of April.
Church run, near Titusville, Increased over two
hundred barrels per day, and a score of other
tracts, Including the Enterprise, New York, and
Dennis' run, Tldioute and Warren, near Tidi
oute, and several small tracts in the vicinity of
rieasantvllle, upon which there was an increase
varying from ten to twenty barrels per day.
The following table shows the production for
May, 1S71 :
Total shipment of crude for May, 1ST1, of
bbls. of 45 gallons each 639,709
Add to reduce to bbls. of 43 gallons each 25,luU
Total shipment of bbls. of 43 gallons each. . .565,811
Stock on hand May 1 083.G16
Stock on hand June 1 554,424
Deduct decrease on June 1 131,19
Total production during May 433,619
Average per day iori ujb u,bi
Average per day In May, 1S70 14,165
Dally Increase May, 1870, over May, 1971 173
There was no marked decrease at any point
in the oil region, and the month was most favor
able for operating in every particular.
The largest decrease in any one district in the
region occurred ai itouseviue, upon the Mitcneu
form, where it reached fifty barrels dally. The
McCray and adjacent tracts near Petroleum
Centre exhibit a total falling off in petroleum
of about forty barrels per day. The J. 8.
McCray farm alone decreased about ten barrels
daily. At Kouseville and vicinity the total de
crease on various farms amounted to over one
hundred barrels. Reno, Brady's Bend, and
Pithole also show a slight decline for the
month, as do several tracts in the vicinity of
West Hickory shows little change from the
previous month, the total decline in May
amounting to about twenty barrels per day.
Of the amount of benzine used we have no
Accurate figures. Over twenty thousand barrels
were snipped into the region by the dnierent
railroad lints duiinsr the month, which, in addi
tion to that supplied by refineries in the region,
would render the daily consumption not far
from one thousand barrels.
The following table shows the dally average
product of the Pennsylvania oil district during
the months indicated:
1867. 1S0S. 1869.- 1870. 1871.
January, bbls 9,700 10,12 12,684 15,477
Tebruary, bbls 9,iiu0 9,967 11,917 14,391
March, buls 8,021 9.S91 12.3SS 13,457
April, bbls 8,537 11,067 18,974 13,303
May, bbls 9,790 10,153 14,165 13,987
dune, DDis ju.iua u.aa ii,su ....
July, bbls 10,693 11.C97 15,969 ....
August, bbls.: 11,981 12,157 17,777
September.bbls. 9,700 11,033 1,64S 19,489 ....
October, bbls... 9,6n0 10,133 13,071 80,153
November, bbls. 9,800 10,275 13,817 18,012
December, bbls. 10,400 9,737 12,844 15,214
Wbttcohb's Asthma Rkmkdt Sure cure.
Mb. William W. cassidt, the Jeweller at No. 8
South Second strew, has one of the largest and mast
attractive stock of all kinds of Jewelry and Silver
ware in the city. He has also on hand a fine assort
Bientof fine American Western Watches. Tbose
who ourchase at this store at the present time are
certain to get the werth of their money.
BraNKTT'g Flqrimel An exquisite perfume.
Hctton Applb. On June 10, Inst., at the Hec
tor?, by the ltev. J. Pleasonton Du Hainel. Rector
of the Church of the Redemption, John Button to
alias Sallib a. Apple, both of this city.
Mbir Setzkr. On February 2, at the Roxbo-
rough Baptist Parsonage, by Rev. David Spencer,
Dir. John B. MoiR.of Koxborough, to Margaret J.,
daughter of Mr. Jacob B. Setzer, of Stroudsburg, Pa.
Edwards. At Baxter Springs, Kansas, on June
2, 1871, J011N HARDY BDWAHDS, SOU OI William C.
ana Anna r. uawaraa.
Morgan. On the llth lust., John Morgan, Sr.,
in the D3tn year 01 ms age.
The relatives, and friends of the family. Ken'
slngton Lodge. No. 811, A. Y. M., Lebanon Associa
tion, A. Y. M., and employes of Fair 11111 Rolling
juui. are respectfully inviien to attena nis iunerai.
from his late residence, No. 8230 North Sixth street,
on Wednesday, June 14, at 10 o'clock. To proceed
to Mount Morian cemetery.
Moore. On the 12th Inst, Henry Clay, ion of
Mrs. Sarah Ann and the late James M. Moore, la his
33d year, private of Company C, 86th Regiment,
Pennsylvania Volunteers, and late private of Com.
Dim U. 192d Pennsylvania Veterans.
The re'atlves and friends are respectfully Invited
to attend his funeral, from tne residence, or nis
mother, No. 943 South Front street, on Thursday
afternoon, at C o'clock. To proceed to Lafayette
Stavert. On the llth inst, Cbarle3 Stavert,
aeed 61 years. 8 months, and 5 days.
The relatives and friends ol the family are re-
fiDectfully invited to attend the funeral, on wea
nesday afternoon, 14th Inst., at 1 o'clock, from the
residence of his son, Mr. Edwin S. Stavert, No. 4515
Penn street, Frankford. To proceed to Bustleton
M. E. Church for Interment.
Walls. On the llth tost., Joseph Walls, aged
The relatives and friends of the family are respect
fully Invited to attend the funeral, on Wednesday
morning, at 8X o'clock, from his late residence, No.
1513 Fransiora roaa.
Williams. On the morning of the 12th Instant,
Thomas k. Williams, in the 7tn year or. ms aire.
Ills friends are Invited to attend the funeral, with
out further notice, from his late residence. No. 1515
Arch street, on ruin-nay merning next, at iu o ciock.
Interment at Laurel uui.
tr MASONIC NOTICE. THE OFFICERS AND
Members of KENSINGTON LODGE. No 211, A. Y.
JVL, and the Order generally, are fraternally Invited to
meet at Kensington Masonic Temple, RICHMOND
Btreet, on WEDNESDAY MOliNlNG, 14th Inst.,
at 10 o'clock, to attend the Funeral of our deceased
Brother, JOHN MORGAN.
By order of the w. M.
CHARLES K. NEISSER, Secretary.
N. B. Masonic Dress will be strictly observed. 55
NEW MOURNING STORE.
New Stock at Lowest Prices.
No 1226 CHESNUT STREET.
NEWEST DESIGNS IN DRESS GOODS.
NEWEST DESIGNS IN BONNETS.
NEWEST DESIGNS IN VEIL8.
CHEAPEST ALPACAS IN P1IILADA.
CHEAPEST BOMBAZINES IN PHILADA.
CHEAPEST BLACK BILKS IN PHILADA
CHEAPEST CRAPE CLOTHS IN PHILA
DELPHIA. EVERY ARTICLE AT LOWEST PRICE,
We would respectfully call attention to our new
Dress-making and knit Department, where evtry
novelty in black suits will be fuuud ready-made and
made to order, at shortest notice, by a competent
dreaamaker, and also call attention to our White
Gooda and LaUlea' Underwear Department. Large
Stock of Linen and Lawn buus, oi nuest fluisa, al
ways on hand.
A. MYERS A CO.,
W BtuthBptf No.1226 CHESNUT Street.
tor mdhtiumaX SptAai JVoMom m iiurfd -cvm.
mgr NOTICE. THE FULL
Committee appointed at
REPORT OF THE
mass meeting held
March 84, last, to vimt llarrlshurg in support of
wiMi&rlnn to abolish the Public Buildings uuininlg-
ai.,n nut tm had. free nt L-hanre. at Neediei'.
Twelfth and Race; Calender's, Third and Walnut:
Neblngers, Second and Alary; Penington's, No. ST
Kotii heveuth: offices of Ledirer. Record, North
a merirRD. Press. Ueruiaa Democrat. Ase and Bui.
IfeV" HEADQUARTERS UNION KtcrUBLIUAN
PHILADKI.rHIA, June 9, 1871.
The respective Cltv Conventions will meet at the
UI -fV . .1 u . , w - - ' 1
following places, to wit:
judiciary uia uourt houbb, d. js. corner Bixin
and Chesnut atrees.
District Attorney New court nouse, sixth street.
below Chesnut street.
Mayor national Hall, Market street went of
City solicitor court or common Pleas room.
City Treasurer concert Hall. Chesnut street.
west of Twelfth street.
Cltv Controller Assembly Bui dlnirs. southwest
corner Tenth and Chesnut Btreets.
City CoromlRNioner Concordia Hall. Callowhll
street, west of Fourth street.
rrothonotary court or Common Fleas Arnold'sl
HalL coatea street, west of Second street, north
Coroner Athletic nail. Thirteenth street, above
J eiferson street.
Second District Northeast corner Broad and
Fourth District Northeast corner Qirard avenue
and Alder street.
First District S. W. corner Sixth and Dlckcrson
Second District S. E. corner Moyamenslnz ave
nue and Prime street. ,
Third District Odd Fellows' Hall. Tenth and
Fourth District O Neilrs Hall. Broad and Lorn-
Firth District no. 603 Sansom street.
Sixth District N. W. corner Merrick and Market
Seventh District No. 1417 Race street.
Eighth District N. W. aorner of West and Coates
Ninth District N. w. corner of Franklin and Bat-
Tenth District N. W. corner of St. John and But-
Eleventh District S. W. corner of Fifteenth and
Tweiith District s. w. corner or Fourtn ana
George streets Siner's Hotel.
Thirteenth District S. & corner Eleventh and
Fourteenth District S. E. corner Frankford road
and Belgrade street.
i iiteenrn District seventn ana iorK streets
Douse of Peter B. Knechel.
Sixteenth District Temperance Hall, Manayunit,
Seventeenth District a. W. corner of Frankford
road and Unity street.
ElKhteenth District S. E. corner Lancaster and
Under the revised rules of the party the wara Ex
ecutive Committees provide the place of meeting of
the various Ward Conventions.
The following resolutions were adopted : .
Resolved. That Section 4, of Rulo VI. be so con
strued that no person who Is a delegate to any Ward
Convention shall be chosen to organize such Ward
Resolved. That in ward conventions tne commit
tee on Organization be selected the same as on con
Due notice will be given 01 tne seioction 01 the
Temporary Chairmen or the above Conventions.
" Tl r r r T T I 1
John McCuLLonaH.) 8prrptftripa.
Marshall C. Hong, secretaries. 69it
The following gentlemen were selected to organize
the various conventions:
Judiciary William R Thomas.
District Attorney Isaac McBrlde.
Mayor ?ib McCullough.
Prothonotar Court of Common Pleas John E.
City Solicitor Jonn w. oonneny.
City Controller William H. Johnson.
City Treasurer George G. Shoch.
City Commissioner Charles A. Porter.
Coroner William Dawson.
Second Senatorial Cstrtct-Marshall O. Hong.
Fourth Senatorial District Charles Boothroyd.
1st Representative District-John McOonnelL
2d " " William B. R. Selby.
8d " " Joseph R. LyndalL
4th " " Edward McCann.
6th " " Benjamin HucKel.
6th " " John W. Baker.
7th " John Stuard, Jr.
8th " " Edward A. HowelL
9th " " Thomas Cochran.
loth " William M. Nelll.
llth " " . Dr. J. F.Holt.
12th " " William siner.
13th " " E. F. Stewart.
14th " " John Cloud.
15th ' " Adam Myers, Jr.
16th " " George J. Wolf.
17th " Col. James Ashworih.
18th " " Wm.EUwood Rowan.
Resolution adopted electing as watchers, In the
Eighteenth; Division, Twenty-sixth ward, at the
primary election to be held on TUESDAY, June
13, ROBERT ANDERSON and ALEXANDER
JOHN L. HILL, Chairman.
John McCullough,) RpPrPtjirta
M. C. HONQ, 'I Secretaries. gmt
REPORT OF THE FOURTH NATIONAL
BANK OF PHILADELPHIA, AT THE CLOSE
OF BUSINESS, JUNE 10, 1871.
Loans and Discount 1694,59468
United States Bonds to secure circula
United States Bonds on hand 60,00000
Other Stocks, Bonds, and Mortgages. . . . 81,000-00
Due from Redeeming Agents 63,43651
Due from other National Banks 48,29054
Due from Banks and Bankers 17,093-62
Banking House productive 83,000-00
Furniture and Fixtures 8,22451
Current Expenses 1,41619
State Tax 660-00
Cash Items and Notes or other Banks. ... 83,871-29
Exchange for Clearing House . . 83,023-93
Fractional Currency 1,860-11
Legal-Tender Notes. 267,27600
Capital Stock paid in $200,000-00
Surplus Fund 83,905-83
Circulation outstanding 179,000-00
Individual Deposits 1,015,563-68
Cashier's Checks outstanding 12,603-86
Due to National Banks 29,220-52
Due to other Banks and Bankers 84,390-74
State of Pennsylvania,
County of Philadelphia, ss :
I, JAMES HOPKINS, Vlce-PreBldenf of the
Fourth National Bank of Philadelphia, do solemnly
swear that the above statement Is true, to the best
of my knowledge and belief.
Subscribed and Bfforn to before me this thirteenth
day of June, 1371.
B. li. WILLIAMSON,
Correct Attest :
J. B. BAKER, )
SAMUEL J. C RES WELL, Jr., V Directors.
JOHN FaREIUA, J 8 19 2t
SKKUlALi irrji;E U A M JJ IS 11 AU
luitnv K AT i R( A D IRAKK.
CMDEN AND AM BOY RAILROAD,
LELAWAKE AND RAUITAN CANAL AND
NEW JEKSEY RAILROAD AND TRANS
are invited to sign a connem wj lease tne wonts
now ready at the oinces of
CAMUIiU n Awn, uuturiuau.
No. 818 8. Delaware avenue;
D. M. ROBINSON, No. 138 8. Third street;
GAW, BACON A CO., No. 815 Walnut street;
THOMAS A. HI DDLS A CO., No. 826 Walnut St.
BULL 4 NORTH, Third and Dock streets.
May 18, lb71. 1010t
ivn utT riuultn RAILROAD COMPANY.
A1V PJW v ' '
PBiLADKLfUU, June 10, 187L
The Board of Directors have declared a semi
annual dividend Of FOL'lt PEH CENT, on the capi
tal stock of the Company, clear of United States
tax, payable ou and alter Julv 1, 1ST L
a 10 8 A. HORNER, Secretary.
LATKST STYLES IN unniL.is.aiv.2its
own make, ol dltfereut measures, always on hand.
S 13 U No. 83 S, KIXTU Street, above CUesnut
jgf THE CITY TREASURER DELEGATES
elected for PKTEU LANE, Jr., will meet on
TUESDAY NIGHT, after the election, at the
WETHERILL HOUSE, SANSOM Street, above
Sixth. 6 12 8t
ivgy- CHRISTIAN MORAL SCIENCE A3SOCIA
In connection with the First Constituent Congress
of this association, which assembles In this city
during the present week, two public meetings will
be held, as follows:
1. On THURSDAY EVENING, 15th Instant, at 8
o'clock, in the CHURCH OF THE EPIPHANY,
when addresses wi'l be delivered on the principles
and objects of the association by members of the
Congress. The Rev. Dr. NEWTON will preside.
2. On FRIDAY EVENING, 16th Instant, In CON
CKRT HALL, when addresses will Redelivered on
Systematic Giving to the Cause Of Christ and the
Poor. His Honor Mayor FOX will preside.
All members of Evangelical Churches are Invited
WM. G. MOORnBAD, President and Treasurer.
WILLIAM BUCKNELL, Vice-President.
JAMES LONG, Assistant Treasurer.
RICHARD NEWTON, Secretary. 613 3t
tSf UNIVERSITY O PENNSYLVANIA,
FACULTY OF ARTS.
JCNR 6. 1871.
The ANNUAL PUBLIC EXAMINATIONS of the
JUNIOR, SOPHOMORE, and FRESHMAN classes
will be held daily (except Saturdays), from Juue 9
to June 26, from 10 o'clock A. M. to 9 o'clock P. M.
The CORNER-STONE of the new College Build
lug In West Philadelphia will be laid on the after
noon of THURSDAY, the 15th, at 5 o'clock.
CANDIDATES FOR ADMISSION to any of the
College classesB will be examined In the GREEK
and LATIN LANGUAGES on TUESDAY, June
87, at 11 o'clock; and in the ENGLISH STUD1KS
and MATHEMATICS on WEDNESDAY, Juno 88,
at half-past 10 o'clock.1?
The ANNUAL COMMENCEMENT WiU take place
on THURSDAY, June S9.
FRANCIS A. JACKSON,
6 10 13trp Secretary of the Faculty.
AMERICAN BUTTON -HOLE
BEAMING AND SKWING
Arenow admitted to be the BE3TSEWIN9 MA
CHINES made. Thevare the only machines that
embody any material Improvement ovtr the old and
popular machines so long in use. They have a neia
and improved shuttle, use a straight needle, run eaxy,
are simple, very durable, and nut liable to get out of
They received the hijhest prize, a
At the Fair of the Massachusetts Mechanics' Char
itable Association, in Bjston, heid la beptemoer
and October, as being the
Vest Machine Tor Family Use
The SIMPLICITY, EASEJandERTAlNTY with
which they operate, as well as the uniform excel
lence of work throughout the entire range of sewing,
in Stitching, Hemviivg, fulling, Tuckiwj, Cording,
Braiding, (quilting, Fringing, Gathering and Sewing
on, OVSBSKamino, Embroidering over the edge,
working Perfect Button-Hole and Eyelet-Holes
WORK WHICH NO OTHER MACHINK CAN DO
make them the most desirable Family Sewing Ma
chines In the market.
All In want of a Sewing Machine shonld examine
these before buying, as they are sold with all their
excellences at the arae price as other first-class
machines, and are giving great satisfaction wherever
Call at the Company's
No. 1318 CHESNUT STREET,
Get Circulars, Samples of Work, and see them pe
rate. Instructions given gratuitously.
fWAgenta wanted to sell these machines la all
ry-THE CELEBRATED CARPET SEWING
MACHINE, which can sew either Ingrain, Brussels,
Wilton, or any kind or Carpets more precisely and
neatly than by hand, is manufactured by this Com
pany. Ihey are now In use in the United States and
in Europe. 8 8 tutns3m
G00E & BROTHER,
No. 63 N. EIGHTH Street,
t Exclusively of their own importation.
IMPORTERS OF CARTWRIGHT fc WARNER'S
English Hosiery Goods,
And best makes of FRENCH AND GERMAN HO-
SIERYGOODS 18 28 tuth 8mrp
FIRE AND BUROLARPROOF 8AFES
x aa a nuvr .i-ikj
Of "Welded Steel and Iron,
STEAM SAFE CO.
Ho. 32 8. FOURTH Ct. !
E. W. THOMAS.
1 1 tathfimrp
M , -
SUMMER RE80RTS ON LINE OF THE PHILA
DELPHIA AND READING RAILROAD AND
BRANCHES JUN IS 1, 1S71:
MANSION HOUSO-Mt. Carbon, Mrs. Caroline
Wnt der, Pottsvllle P. o , Schnylklll county.
TUSCARORA HOTEL Mrs. M. L. Miller, Tus
csrora P. O , Schuylkill county.
MANSION HOUSE W.F.Smith, Mahanoy City
,P. O , 8ohuvltlll countr.
MT. CARMEL HOUSE Nathan Herd, Mb Carmel
P. ()., Northumberland connty.
WHITE HOUSE F. Mayer, Reading P. O., Berks
I CEttTRAL AVENUE HOUSE G. D. Davis, Read
ing P. O., Berks county.
MT. PLEASANT SEMINARY L. M. Koons,
Boyertown P. O., Berks county.
L1TIZ SPRINGS G. F. Greider, Lltlz P. O., Lan
HiGEJAN HOME Dr. A. Smith, Wernersvllle
P. O., Berks county.
COLD SPRINGS HOTEL (Lebanon county) Wil
liam Lcrch, Sr., Box No. 170 Harrlsburg P. O.,
E1HRATA SPRINGS-John Frederick, Ephrata
F,0., Lancaster county.
PERKIOMRN BRH GEnOTEL Davis Longacre,
Collegevllie P. O ', Montgomery county.
PROSPECT TERRACE Dr. James Palmer, Col
legevllle P. O., Montgomery county.
SPRING MILL llblUHTS Jacob IL Brelsh, Con
shohocken P. o., Montgomery county.
DOUTY HOUSR-H. Hatlered, Shamokln P.O.,
Northumberland county. 6 9 8aw2m
The subscribers, for the past seven years, con
nected with the Continental Hotel, Philadelphia, de
sire to announce to their numerous friends and the
travelling public generally, that they have leased
the well-known HEKD1C PoDSK, Wlillamsp.rt,
Pa., and MINNEQUA HOUSE, Mlnnequa Springs,
Parties leaving Philadelphia via Pennsylvania
Central Rallroan, at 9-40 A. M., 12 0 P. M. and lo .
M., reach Wllllanisport la seven hours, Mlnnequa
SrrlDgs in nine hours, without change of cars. Cars
stop in front of the House.
Parties leavingNew Y ork via New Jersey Central
Ratlroad, reach Wllllamsport In ten hours, without
change ef cars.
Terms $3 per day. .
SCO FIELD & BARRY,
C. H. SCOFIELD,
Late Cashier Continental HotelFWladelphia.
Late Steward Continental Hotel,
6 g 2mt Philadelphia.
BEDFORD MINERAL SPRINGS.-TniS POPU
lar summer resort will be open for the recep
tion of visitors on the 10th day of JUNE, and remain
open until SEPTEMBER IS.
The ueaiora itauroaa is corapieieu w mwuu uuo
hour's ride over a Bood turnpike to the Springs.
Parties from Philadelphia will come through
direct to the Springs in from twelve to fourteen
Excursion tickets can be had at the Pennsylvania
Railroad Office, and baRgage checked through.
Persons will come by the Pennsylvania Railroad
to Huntingdon, thence by Broad Top Road.
Persons wtBhlng to engage rooms, or any further
information, will please address the Proprietor of
Bedford Water will be promptly sent to any part
of the United States at the following rates at the
Springs: 6l0 24tt
Half barrels (In mulberry wood), 20 gallons 15 00
' (steamed oak) 20 8-00
Whoe barrels , " 40 " 4-00
Kegs, 10 gallons g'QO
THIS POPULAR FAMILY HOUSE
OPENS ON THE 20th INST.
For rooms, etc., apply to
LYCETTE & SAWYER,
esiat" CAPE MAY CITY.
LANCASTER HOUSE, LANCASTER, N. H.,
will be opened June 1 for transient and summer
boarders. It Is located In the Valley of the Connec
ticut, in full view of Mount Washington and the
Vermont Hills, at the terminus of the Boston, Oou
cord, and Montreal Railroad.
N. B. Persons Buttering from asthma and "hay
fever" will nnd Immediate relief here.
Prices reasonable. For particulars and circular
address E. STANTON & CO.,
6 10 2mt Proprietors.
LORETTO SPRINGS, CAMBRIA COUNTY,
This popular watering-place, on the summit of the
AUt-gbany Mountains, will be opeued for visitors on
the 1st of July.
Tne Hotel has been extensively repaired, and
everything wui.be done to make visitors com
fortable. For further Information address
F. A. GIBBONS. Proprietor,
8 10 2mt Loretto, Cambria Co., Pa.
A K K Y
(NEAR WEST POINT).
This new and elegant establishment on the banks
of the Hudson River will be opened early la Jane.
Liberal terms for families. Address
CHAS. W. HENDRIX.
Highland Falls, New York.
HIGHLAND DELL HOUSE BEAUTIFULLY
located on a spur of the Blue Mountains, near
Delaw are Water Gap. Its high situation, and a pure
dry air Is very desirable for Invalids; beautiful
scenery, pleasant walks and drives. No bar. Terms
and otherpartlculara furnished on application to J.
F. FOULKE, Stroudsburg, Monroe county, feun
sylvanla. 0l0 8tnt
MAXSON HOUSE, NARRAGAN8ETTPIEB, R.
I. Located on elevated land, near the Bathing
Beach, having a fine view of Ocean, Bay, and sur
rounding country It Is entirely new, furnished
throng host with elegant furniture, Application for
room and board, should be addressed to
6 10 SWT a TUUiia-it, rropnetor.
ZZENS'-WKST POINT HOTEL,
IS NOW OPEN,
FOR TERMS, Ac.
SYLVANUS T. COZZENS,
West Polut, N. Y.
I EPHRATA MT. SPRINGS. LANCASTER CO.,
li PA This delightful Summer Resort WILL
BE OPEN for the Reception of Guests on lbth June,
1871. For particulars, address
-T W. FKKDICRICK:. Prnn'r
H. H. REINIIARD, Sopt. 61 im
FAMILIES DESIRING PLEA8ANT ROOMS AT
FRIENDS' COTTAGE, faclug the Ocean and
CoctreBB Hall lawns, shoukijinake early application
to A. P. COOK. Proprietress,
CAPE MAY CITY. N. J.
$15 per week through Juue. 6 10 tf
flVSUlllJ IX AN OLD
urcly M! vl t n a I
STOCKHOLDERS TO RECEIVE LARGE
INCORPORATED IN 1S1T.
THF PFNN MllTim
' ' -.--.
Life Insurance Company
No. 921 CHESNUT STREET.
Accumulated Fund, nearly $1,000,000
Receipt forlSTO $1,250,000
Principal Features Small expenses, absolute se
curity, large Return Premiums, Prompt payment of
LobBts, and liberality to the insured.
SAMUEL C BTJKY, President.
' SAMUEL E. STOKES, Vice-President.
JOHN W. HOBNOB, A. V. p. and Actuary.
H. 8. STEPHENS, Secretary.
0 6 tuthsm
Yk'utcr Cooler and
Dan pioved lUaU u be superior to
any lu the market. Call aud ex
amine. JACOB F. HAND, Jr..
Depot, No. 620 MAKKKf Street.
QIIEATEST BAROAIN8 OF THE
1'ERIOD IN DRY GOODS.
No. 727 CHESNUT STREET,
In Victoria Lawns. Bishop Lawns, Plain and Plaid
NalDsooKB, 8-4 French organ dies, Hamburg Edgings,
LLAMA LACE SACKS and F0INTES
Black Hernacies, Broche Grenadines, Japanese
Silks, Striped Silks, Black Bilks, Linen Suitings,
And the greatest variety of keautlful s'yles
DRESs GOODS ever exhibited in this city.
THE 25, 87tf, CO and 75 CENT
DEPARTMENTS FOB THE BALE OF
Choice Dress Goods
No. 727 CHESNUT Street.
8 thftutf rp
Iffififi riECES OF FRENCH LAWNS
In new and beautiful effects, at 93 cents.
A SPECIALTY IN BLACK SILKS AT
$1130, $175, and $2 PER YARD.
THE MOST REGULAR AND BEAUTI
FUL MESH IN THE
Purest Silk and Wool Black Hernanies
Ever made for $1 per yard.
6 3 thstutfrp
No. 727 CHESNUT Street.
SPRING GArtOEN STREET
dry goods establishment,
ON THE NORTHEAST CORNER OF
EIGHTH and EPRINQ GARDE3 Stt,
An Immense Stock of Goods.
PrlceB very low Indeed.
Everybody sure to get suited.
The utmost attention to customers.
No misrepresentation In order to eUact sales.
IX purchases are not satisfactory we return the
SILKS AND SHAWLS,
MEN'S AND BOYS' WSAB,
LLAMA LACE 8ACQUES AND POINTE3,
KID GLOVES, TABLE LINENS,
tJULLTS, Etc. Etc
JOSEPH B. THORNLEY. 2 8 thstat
Ely, Hunsberger & Ely,
No. 1126 CHESNUT STREET,
Now offer at LOW PRICES a full stock of
WHITE GOODS, every description,
LLAMA BACQUES AND POINTSS,
In connection with
our NEW and
4 11 tuths3m
Seasonable Dress Fabrics.
SILKS, SHAWLS AND DRESS GOODS
No. 916 CHESNUT STREET,
Invites attention to his stock of
SILKS OF ALiZi KINDS,
' INDIA AND OTHER SHAWLS.
Novelties in Dress and Fancy Good a,
INDIA, PONGEE,: AND CANTON CRAPE IN
SHAWL8 AND DRE88 QOOD3. 413 9mrp
THE NEW YORK
Dyeing and Printing
EST ABLIS IIM EN T,
40 N. EIGHTH Street,
No. 99 DUANS Street, New York.
DYE AND FINISH IN THE BEST MANNER,
Silks, Satins, Velvets, Crapes, Ribbons, Tissues,
Bart-k eg, Merinos, Cloths, Alpacas, Reps, Paramat
tas, Moulin Delaines, Fringes, Trimmings, Hosiery,
Kid Uloves, etc.
Also, cleanse Lace Curtains and Linen Shades In
a superior manner. Goods called for and delivered
In any pan of the city. 4 13 stuthimrp
111 K OUR OWN MAKE OF CHAMPION
I 1 'O Hoop Skirts, In all the newest styles, the
best and cheapest In the market.
Also, good asternmade Skirts, from 15 to 40
Springs, from SI to 6Uc. Soiled bklrts, quarter price.
CORSETS, t OKiSETS 119 styles, and prices from
45c. to f 6-86. Misses' Corsets, superior quality.
650. for Freuch Woven Corset ; reduced from 850.
THOMSON'S Glove fittintr Corsets at 125, l-B0
1 -74. t'J-ISO. 13-AO. 14-75. and td 60.
MRS. MOODY'S Abdominal Corsets, from 1375
to te. ..
MADAME rux'a corset SKirt supporter at sitw,
tl French Woven Corsets, the cheapest In the city.
EVERY desirable style of Corsets at prices which
PAN1KR BUSTLES. In 89 styles, 95c. to f L
BON TON BUSTLES, from 47o. upwards.
PARASOLS at wholesale prices.
La DIES' UNDEU-GARMESTS A csmplete
assortment at lowest rates. Call and examiueour
goods, at No. 133 N. EIGHTH Street, aud No. 1113
0 83 tutlisrpif WILLIAM T, HOPKINS.
75c. II. II-S5: LINED. 11-25,
f l 50, at D 1XON o, Ho. t p. t-iuii lit pu
CENUINE CASTILE SOAP.
COST!" BRAND, BOTH WHITS and MOTTLED.
400 boxes now landing from brig Cu!a, direct from
TUSCAN OLIVE OIL IN FLASKS.
IIOHE11T miOEMAKCU & CO.,
e is inirp S. K. corner TOURTfl aal K ACS SM.
NO STORE ON
CORMLIUS & SOU?
821 CHERRY Si.
' i-i .i i - mil WM
TWELFTH AND GIRARD AVENUE.
LATOUR OLIVE OIL,
A fresh invoice Just Imported.
Davis' Diamond Cincinnati Hams.
Louisville Sugar-cured Hams,
Miclieners' Star Hams.
Bowers & Co. city-cured Hams.
Smoked Beef and Beef Tongues.
Bt. Louis white Wheat Family Flour.
Families residing In Germantown, by mailing their
orders, can have their goods carefully put up, ana
delivered dally, at the lowest rates.
ST. W. Corner TWELFTH Street and
11 lOthstnS PHILADELPHIA.
Cousty's East End Grocery.
EXTRA QUALITY SPANISH QUEEN OLIVES,
by the barrel, keg, or gallon.
LONDON BROWN SIOUX AND SCOTCH ALB
by the cask or dozen.
Goods delivered free of charge to Germantown,
Chesnut Hill, West Philadelphia, and Ca.mdea.
Orders solicited a;
COUSTH East End Grocery,
Ifo. 118 South RECOIII) St.,
Below Chesnut, West Bide.
EXTRA FINE QUALITY, for sale by the gallon, by
JAMES R. WEBB.
S. E. CORNER Of
4 SO thstuSmrp WALNUT and EIGHTH Sts.
FINE TEAS, COFFEES,
CANTON CHINA, .
.CHINESE AND JAPANESE FANCY GOODS,
6 1 thstu3m4p No. 139 South EIGHTH Street.
CURTAINS AND 8HADES.
Offers some new designs for
CURTAIN'S AMD IiAMBREQUINS,
STRIPED TERRY and
Also, GIMPS AND TRIMMINGS of entirely new
An assortment of LACE CURTAINS of especial
elegance and cheapness, some as low as 1 100 a
BROCHE TAPESTRY PIANO AND TABLE
COVERS are offered greatly below Intrinsic values,
with a large assortment of EMBROIDERED CLOTH
PIANO AND TABLE COVERS. 18 thstn3mrp
JAM ESP. WOOD &CO.,
Ho. 41 8, FOURTH BTBEBT.
Steam and Hot-water Hentlng,
Gold's Patent Cast Iran Apparatus. ;
Architects, Builders and others desiring building
heated with steam or hot water should not fall u.
examine this apparatus, which Is superior to all th&
Imitations offered for sale. Our cast-Iron Radiators
are adapted to high as well as low-pressure steam.
Steam-nttlDg In all Its branches done at the
Particular attention paid to ventilation.
B. M. FELTWELL, Superintendent.
-WOOD'S AMERICAN KITCHENER,"""
on the European principle, of neat and durable con',
structlon, suitable for public institutions, hotels,
and private residences, having powerful water
backs, and Its cooking and baking qualities cannou
WOOD'S PARIS RANGE,
of a new and beautiful design, a superior Cooking
and Baking Range, and the best construction for
hewtlng purposes yet offered for sale.
Sole Agents for the sale of
for ventilation, and a sure cure for smoky chimneys.
BALTIMORE FIRE-PI.ACE HEATERS.
The latest Improvements, and the best In the
jami:h p. wood sc co.,
B 8 stnth 26trp No. 41 S. FOURTH St.
A BUPKBIOK ASSORTMENT AT
Wholesale and Retail. All at
1. 1. KEAllXS Manufacture lit
Ffo. 39 North NINTH Street,
e 80 lmip
BELOW AKCH STREET.