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THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH PIHL IDELPIII A.; WEDNESDAY, UNE 14, 1871.
XT23WS BUXXWCA.n.'Xr. cur acwm. The Board of Education reoetood yester day oommnnioatioB in referenoa to vacci f nating the children of the schools. The Fire Comniifsioneni met yesterday and made a change in the assignments of the different districts to the Assistant Ecgineerc. )It van also decided to suspend any ffloer of the department who appears on Uia street without bis regulation .cap and badge. ( Domeatto Affairs. Hon. John M. Francis, Minister to Xlreoce, sailed on the Holsatia yesterday. The new discoveries of gold and silver in Arizona are creating great eioitemeat. Galveston, Texas, was yesterday Tisited by another terrible storm, which did .great damage to the city and shipping in ite har bor. The voters of Boston are to determine, on July 1, whether Dorter, ale. and laser Jshall be exempt from the Drorislons of the prohibitory liquor law. I The depot of the Beading Railroad Ccm Vpany at Birdsboro was entered bj burglars I on Monday nicht. and u inefTectanl ut t Amnk made to rob the safe. ' The third annual reunion of the Sooietr of the Army and Nary of the Gulf will be held at Newport, L. I., on July 7, and Lieutenant-General Sheridan will preside. lne Uovernment storosnip Supply, which rried out provisions for the French, is now n route for the United States, harine on ard all the sick of the European sqcadron. The Agricultural Bureau has elaborate eports regarding the acreage and condition I cotton, including forty counties of North arolinu, forty-eight of Georgia, and a like roportion from other States. ) Vmreiarn Affairs. The Dnchess of Montpensier has gone to taly. Thiers on Monday visited the troops at amp Sartory. The Princess Mathilda has asked Thiers o permit her to return to Paris. lrocbn made a long speech yesterday efore the National Assembly in justification f his administration while he was Governor hf Paris. I A manifesto from the Directory of the Bociete Internationale protests against the barbarity of the Yersaillists, and urges its members to avenge its slaughtered brethren. CITY ITEMS. f Mb. William W. CissiDT, the Jeweller at No. 8 oath Second street, has one of the largest and meat .ttracUve stock of all kinds of Jewelry and Silver- are In the city. lie baa also on hand a fine assort entof fine American Western Watches. Those iho onrchase at this store at the present time are ertaln to get the werth of their money. BUBNJTT'8 COOXINQ EXTRACTS the bCSt. V Fob Otstzrs always, 'frbsh, fat, and rNvmNO," Yewed, Steamed, Roasted, Panned, Broiled, Fried, tA Panr rrf T a a i 'n ttAnth aao svm XT I ... v. a.mvv fcv vm johud uvi vucMV tuiuui Alatlt HUU EhesnuS. Half peck steamed oysters, 23 cents. "All who Tet 'MbaWinblow's Soothing Syrup' Jmlt it to be the family benefactor." Burnett's COLOONi the best made In America. hKE AND BURQLAR PROOF 8AHH MARVIN'S Best Quality ! . SAFE! AND Lowest Prices MARVIN'S Largest Assortment! )AFES i ,1 ! MARVIN'S 721 3 A FES CHESNUT St. c 6 fmwm CARRIAGES. ARDNER & FLEMING, CARRIAGE BUILDERS, Jo. 214 South FIFTH Street, BELOW WALNUT. A LARGE ASSORTMENT OP LIGHT CAJEtXtlAGISS, NCLTJDING PUJETONS, JENNY LINDS, BUGGIES, ETC., ALWAYS ON HAND. ivAll WORK WARRANTED to be Of the b l Also, aa assortment of SECONDHAND CAR ItlAOES for aie at reaaonao e pneea. I Bueclal attention glten to RBFA1RINQ. OLOTHS, QASSIMERES. ETO. LOTH 13 O U 8 C ll i J AMC8 & II. U D H Rs H. 11 Worth HKtO.lD Street Sixn of the Golden Lamo, t W reoeiTmg a large via apieuuiu aouruuna of new styles or FANCY OABSIMEBE9 standard makes of DOESKINS, CLOTHS an COATINGS, I H mwi AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. EDUCATIONAL.. T7IDQKHILI. SCHOOL O MEHCHANTYILLK. . 3., 1 oar Mile, from PhUadelpnlA I Tbe session commenced MONDAY, April 10, 'lfiti. or circulari apply to I ' 17 aw T IV 1 A TrnwT T MNAPsAOIAL. JAY COOKE & CO., r EILADKLPHIA, SEW Y0EK and WASHINGTON. JAY CGOKE, HcCUUOCH I CO. LONDON, and D$olrt la Government Ceourltlet. Special attention given to the Purchase and Sale of Bonds and Stocks on Commission, at. the Beard of Brokers in this and other cltiea. INTEREST ALLOWED ON DBP08ITS, COLLECTIONS HADE ON ALL POINTS. GOLD AND SILVER BOUGHT AND 8CL In connection with our London House we are cow prepared to transact a general FOREIGN EXCHANGE BUSINESS, Including Purchase and Bale of Sterling Bills, and the lssae of Commercial Credits and Travellers' Cir cular Letters, available in any part of the world, and are thus enabled to receive GOLD ON DEPOSIT, and to allow four per cent. Interest in currency thereon. . Having direct telegraphic communication wit both onr New York and Washington Offices, we can ocer superior facilities to our customers. RELIABLE RAILROAD ONDS FOB INVEST MENT. Pamphlets and fall Information given at our office, 6 Cmrp No. 114 8. THLED Street. Phllada. Wilmington and Reading "Railroad 7 FEEl CJ3ZIT. SOETOS.' Free of Taxes. We are offering the Second Mortgage Bonds f this Company AT 85J AND ACCRUED INTEREST. Interest Payable January and July. The Bonds are In 8 I OOOS, 8500S, and SIOOS, ABi can oe REGISTERED free of expense. The road is doing a good business, with prospects of con- . stock. Bonds, Pamphlets, and information can be ob tained of DE HAVEN & BRO., No. 40 South THIRD Street. Philadelphia; JOHN S. RUSHTON & CO., BANKERS AND BROKERS. GOLD AND COUPONS WANTED. City Warrants BOUGHT AND SOLD. Flo. 00 South THIRD Street. Ml PHILADELPHIA. ELLIOTT. COLLINS & CO., No. 109 South THIRD Street, MEMBEB3 OP STOCK AND GOLD EX CHANGES. dealers ih mercantile papeb, GOVERNMENT SECURITIES. GOLD.Etc DRAW BILLS OP EXCHANGE ON THE UNION BANK OV LONDON. 8 8 fmw B. E. JAMISON & CO. SUCCESSORS TO P.F.KELLY & CO, BANKERS AND DEALERS VH Gold, Silver, and Government Bond At Closest Market Rates H. W. COT. THIRD &nd CHESNUT Btl Bpecial attention given to COMMISSION ORDERS vr ch,ii,nh Ntk- im.A. SPECIAL ATTENTION I Aiu xu riAlUtsa aw oojum t mwr . . .nnm . ( V . DTI Q I T T. AH Dtoclia and Sonds, Here and in New York, and every faculty famished to parties aeBinng to nave wem caxneo. D. C. WHARTON SMITH S CO., BANKERS A BROKERS, No. 121 SOUTH THIRD STREET 6 22 VaiLADELPniA. 1IAKK1SS0N 13RAMB0, IJiVlNIClClt, 530 WALNUT ftt.. PHILADELPHIA. 8 885 FINANCIAL.. 7 30 GOLD LOAN. JAY COOKE & CO. ARE NOW BELLING AT PAR, die First Mortgage Land Grant Gold Bonds or thi Northern Pacific Railroad COMPANY, BEARING SEVEN AND TIIBEE-TENTH3 PER CKMT. GOLD INTEREST; AND SECURED BY nito-i. ani'VJiXljX JHOtvl G AUK W Xll JN TIRE ROAD AND EQUIPMENTS, AND ON 23,000 Acres of Land to every mile of track, or 5O0 Acres of Land to each i,eoo Bond. There la no other security la the uimnruiiuiuBoio urso prooulDie. The highest enrrent price will be paid for U. a Fivu-TWKiM'riisM, and all other markeUOle ae cnrlites received in exchanee. Pamphleie, Maps, and fall Information furnished on application. JAY COOKE & CO., Philadelphia, New York, Washington, FINANCIAL AGENTS NORTHERN PACIFIC R.R. CO. Pnr pale In PhlladPlphla by BOWEN A FOX, No. 13 Merchants Exchange. SEVENTH NATIONAL B4.NK, N. W. cor. iourt and Market streets. WM. PAINTEK A CO., No. 88 8. Third street OLKNMNNIMO, DAVIS A CO., No. 49 S. Third TOWNSKND W HELEN A CO. No. 809 Walnut St. BULL A NORTH, No. 181 8. ihlrd street. T. A. HI DOLE CO., No. 826 Waluut street. D. C. WH AKTON SMITH fc CO., 121 8. Third STERLING A CO., no. 110 8. Third street. J. H. TKOTTER, No. 822 Walnut street, c. T. YERKES, Jn., A CO.. No. 20 S Third street. WM. T. ELBERT, No. 821 Walnut street. S. M. PALMER A CO., No. 26 8. Third street. If. M. ROBINSON A CO.. No. 183 8. Third street. SAMUEL WORK, No. 64 S. Third street. J. 8. RU8I1TON fc CO.. No. 60 8. Third street. GEO. .T. BOYD, No. 18 South Thtrd street RALBY A WILSON. No. 41 S. Third street WALLACE A KERNE. No. 149 8. Third street H. H. WILTBANK, No. 805 Walnut Btreet M. SCBULTZ ft CO., No. 44 8. Third Street. WILLIAM C. MORGAN & CO.. No. 23 S. Third St NARK & LADNER, No. 80 8. Third street BIOREN CO., No. 160 8. Third street JOHN K. WILDMAN. No. 26 8. Third street P. 8. PETERSON & CO.. No. 8 8. Third street B. K. JAMISON ft CO., N.W. cor. Third & Ohesnut KMOKY, BENSON & CO., No. a Third street W. H. STEVENSON, No. 223 Dock street. BARKER BROS, ft CO., No. 28 8. Third street JAMES E. LKWARS A CO., No. 29 8. Third street. O. A W. Y. HKBERTON, No. 62 8. Third street CHARLES B. KEEN, No. 825 Walnut street WILLIAM T. CARTER, No. 818M Walnut street. W. H. 6HELMERDINE.No. 10 8. Third street JACOB E. RIDGWAY, No. 56 8. Third street MEGARY & PEALK, No. 12 8. Third street JOHN MOS8, Jk., No. 206 Walnut street. H. F. BACHMAN, No. 26 S. Third Btreet 8 27mwl3m BURLINGTON, CEDAR RAPIDS AND MINNESOTA RAILROAD. First Mortgage 7 Per Cent. Gold Bonds At 90 and Accrued Interest in Currency. Cn a Completed Road, Free of 17. 3. Tax. TblB road la now In the dullest season of the year earning more than l'i per cent, net on tne amount of Its mortgage obligations. Its T per cent, gold bonds are equal for security to Uovernuent or any Mallroad issue. They com mand a ready market, ana we are prepared to buy and sell tb em at all times. No Investment in the market, possessing equal guarantees or safety, re turns an equal percentage ol Interest. The Chicago burllDgton, and Qulncy has given a trattlo guaran tee, and obligates itself to Invest in these bonds 60 Ser cent, ol the gross earnings derived from all usIneBs from this road. This la sufficient Indication of the estimate of this enterprise by the largest and most far-fcighted corporation In the West. A limited quantity sua lor sale by HENRY CLEWS & CO., No. 82 WALL Street, New Yor. For sale In Philadelphia by De Haven & 0ro3., Elliott, Collins & Co., Townsend Vhelen & Co., Darker Dros & Co., W. H. Ghelmordlne & Co., And by Bankers and Brokers generally. 4 23 wf tjis MOnTGAGEonly $ 1 2,500 PER MILE TRUSTEES. FIDELITY INSURANCE, TRUST, AND SAFE DJSrOSU (JOJirAN I. Special Attention of .Investors la now called to tte First Llortgago Bonds 0? THI BRIDGETON AKD PORT NORRIS RAILROAD COMPANY 7 PER CEHT., FREE OF ALL TAXES. This road runs from the mouth of Maurice Elver to Brldgeton, New Jersey, where It connects with the West Jersey Xlailroad. The fact that this Mortgage Is but for 112,500 per mile, and that stock subscriptions have been secured equal to 40 per cent, of that amount, places this loan upon the firmest .baaia and gives to It unusual se curity. They can do registered, ana are in sums oi iuw, lw0. 110H). Interest payable April and October. They are offered for the present at 00 and accrued interest. lor further particulars ana pamphlets apply to D. C. WHARTON SMITH S CO., BANKEKs & BKOKEES, No. 121 SOUTH THIRD STREET, 6 2 tf PHILADELPHIA. DUNN BROTHERS, llAJtUlSIlS, Nob. 51 and 53 S. THIRD St. Dealers In Mercantile Paper, Collateral Loans, Government Becu rules, and Gold. Draw Bills of Exchange on the Union Baas oi London.and Issue travellers' letters of oredlt through Messrs. BOWLEG BROS A CO., available In all the Cities of Europe, Make Collections on all point. Execute orders tor Bonds and Stocks at Board of Brokers. Allow interest on Deposits, subject to check at Ugat, II MNANIAI. A RELIABLE Safe Home Investment. THE Sundry and lewistown Railroad Company , 7 TEH CEBIT. GOLD First Mortgage Bon s. Interest Payable April and Octo ber, Tree or Htate and United States Taxes. We are now offering the balance of the loan of tl,soo,ooo, whtch Is secured by a first and only lien on tne entire prupei 17 ana irancnises or tne uom pany, At 00 and tlie Accrued Interest Added. The Ttoad Is now rapldlv annroachlnir completion. With a large trade In COaL, IRON, and LUMBER, In addition to the passenger travel awsttlnsr the opening of this gTeatli needed enterprise. The local trade alone ts sufficiently large to sustain the Road. we have no nesitanon m recommending the Honis ss a CHEAP. KEUABLE, and SAFE INVEST MENT. For pamphlets, with map and fnll Information. apply to . Y7K1. PAINTER & CO., BANKERS, Dealers In Government Securities, fJo. 36 South THIRD Street, PHILADELPHIA. J3 O N D 8 or thi Camden and Amboy Railroad, New Jersey' Railroad and Transportation Com pany, and Delaware and Itari tan Canal Company, Constituting the United Companies of New Jersey. We offer ihese most desirable bonds, In regis tered certificates, due In 1894, bearing 6 PER CENT. INTEREST, free of all taxation, payable April 1 and October 1. J or full particulars, apply to DREXEL & CO. C. fc II. BOIUK. , XV. II. NEAVDOLD, SON fc AERTSEN. P. S. PETERSON & CO. BANKERS, No. 39 SOUTIT THIRD STREET, r Agenta for the sale of The Williamsport City Loan, AND BURLINGTON, CEDAR RAPIDS, AND MINNESOTA FIRST MORTGAGE SEVEN PER CENT. GOLD BONDS. 8 FOR SALE. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR SMALLER PROPERTIES. No. 1917 Chcsnut street. No. 1408 North Broad street. No. 1413 North Eighteenth street. Lot, Broad and Vine streets, 73 by 200 fee. . Lot, Broad street, above Thompson, 145 by 800 feet. Square of Q round. Broad and Diamond streets. Lot, Broad and Leblgh avenue, 145 feet deep. Lot, Broad and Summerset streets, 850 by 400 feet deep. Lot, Broad and Cambria streets, 100 by 523 feet deep. 93 acre Farm, Bucks connty. 8 Cottages at Cape May. R. J. DOBBINS, 6 6tf "Ledger" Building. r WEST PHILADELPHIA. 'lllE NEW. VERY HANDSOME. AND CONVE NIENT BROWN-STONE RSSIDaiNCES, With Mansard roof, Nos. 4202, 4204, and 4208 KINO- ESSlNtt Avenue, situated among tne most costly Improvements of this beautiful suburb. Horse cars caisB each way within one square each house con tains all modern Improvements, bath, hot and cold water, stationary waHhstands,ibell-calls, range, two furnaces, bay windows, etc., etc., and la built upon AT. 1. T frn A UC 11 VI ILi i.VJ L . more than 175 feet deep; the rear of the houses has an unobstructed out-look upon the WEST PHILADELPHIA PARK. ABRAHAM RITTER, Bilm " No. 620 WALNUT Street. sp FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR GER- t:"amantown property, house No. 8017 Kldce ve. bue, ann ro. ini i. leuiu street,, u. r . liiiNUKi.a, P.O. !diu s. bKVjuN-ru Direeu 8 Vl f.t" TO RENT. FOR RENT, STORE, No. 339 MARKET Street. APPLY ON PREMISES. 4 83 tf 7. B. ELLISON A SONS. A DESIRABLE RESIDENCE TO LET ON Wavne street. Germantown. within five luuiuteu' walk of Wavne Station: 9 rooms, hot and cold water and bath. Inquire at Bakery, No. iui MA1JX btreei. o 11 11 FOR RENT A FURNISHED IluUSE AND Grounds, with btabllng, near the city. Access by rail. Apply at e v bl no- lovt mvuai oireuu I Ob. . 6fcT)RICE Of ICE LOW ENOUGH TO SATISFY 1 ALL." "BE SURE KNICKERBOCKER IS ON THE WAGON." KNICKERBOCKER ICE COMPANY. THUS. E. CAHILL, President. B. P. KEkSUOW, Vice-President. A. HUNT. Treasurer. E. H. CORNELL, Secretary. T. A. HENDRvTsuperlntendent. Principal Office, NO. 3B WALNUT Street, Philadelphia, Branch Offices and Depots, North Pennsylvania Railroad and Master street. Ridge Avenue and Willow street. T illow btreet W harf, Delaware avenue. Twenty-second and Hamilton streets. Ninth Street and Washington avenue. Pine Street Wharf, Schuylkill. No. 4833 Bdaln Street, Oerniautown. No. Hi North Second street, Cainaen, N. J., and fun. lAuv Kpw .Inuv. 1871. Prices for Families, Offices, etc. 187L 8 pounds dallv, 60 cents per week. U te " " 13 " " 60 so " a 1 Half bubhel or fcrty pounds, 8 cents each de- livery. STEAM ENGINES, WITH PLAIN BULB valve. r cut od. Vertical, Horizontal, and Portable. Oovernors, Pumpa, Pipes, and Valves. itfiwt.K !. 1 OW1H ). in No. IIS. iaUUTtN.TU fcUr PROPOSALS. PROPOSALS FOR MATERIALS TO BE JL SUPPLIED TO THE NAVY YARt)8 UNDER THE COGNIZANCE OF THE BUREAU OF CONSTRUCTION AND REPAIR, . , . . , Navt Depibtvuht. Bureau or Construction and Ripair.V WahhiwotoW. 13. C .Tnn ft. 1871. i Sealed nroposals to furnish Timber and other materials for tbe Navy for the fiscal year end Idb; June 30, 1872, will be received at this Bureau- until 12 o'clock M. of the 80th of Juno instant, at which time the bids will , be opened. lhe rronosals must be addresAml tn thn Chief of the Bureau of Construction and Repair, Navy Department, Washington, and must be endorsed " Proposals for Timber, etc., for the Navy," that they may be dis tinguished from ordinary business letters. To prevent confusion, and facilitate the open ing of the bids, parties bidding for supplies at several yards will enclose their bids in envelopes, each indorsed with the name of the yard for which the bid is made. Printed schedules for such classes as Dartlea deal in and intend to bid for, together with instructions to bidders, giving the forms of pro posal, of guarantee, and of certificate of guaran tors, with printed forms of offer, will be fur nished to such persons as desire to bid, on ap plication 10 the Commandants of the respective Navy Yards, and those of all the yards on application to the Bureau. Abe commandant of each Navr Yard, and the Eurcba8ing Paymaster for each station, will ave a copy of the schedules of the other yards, for examination only, In order that persons who intend to bid may judge whether it Is desirable to make application for any of the classes of those yards. lhe proposals must to for the whole of a class, but tne Department reserves the right to reduce the whole class, should tbe interest of the Government require it, before the execution of the contract. All applications for informa tion, or for tbe examination of samples, must be made to the Commandants of the respective yards. lne proposal must do accompanied ny a cer tificate from the Collector of Internal Revenue for the district in which the bidder resides, that he has n license to deal in the articles for which be proposes; and, by direction of the Depart ment, bias or oners wvj, oe recetoea only from parties who are bona fide dealers in, or manu- raclurets of, trie articles iney ojfer to furnish. The guarantors must becertilicd by the Assessor 01 internal Kevenue lor the district In which they reside. lhe contract will oe awaraea to tne person who makes the lowest bid and gives the guar antee required by law, the Navy Department, however, reserving thengnt to reject tne lowest bid, or any wnicn it may deem exorbitant. Sureties in tbe lull amonnt win oe required to sign the contract, and their responsibility must be certified to the satisfaction of the Navy De partment. as additional security twenty per centum win be withheld from the amount of the bills until the contracts shall have been completed, and eighty per centum of the amount of each bill, approved in triplicate by the Commandants of the respective yards, will be paid by the Pay master of the station designated in the contract, or, If none is specified, by the Paymaster of the station nearest the yard where the goods are delivered, within ten days after the warrant for the same shall have been passed by the Secretary of the Treasury. lhe classes 01 mis uureau are numbered ana designated as follows: No. 1. White Oak Logs: No. 2. White Oak .Keel Pieces; No. 3, White Oak Curved Timber; No. 7. Yellow Pine Logs; No. o, Yellow Pine Beams Oregon Pine Beams at Mare Island Yard; No. 9, Yellow Pine Mast Timber Oregon Pine Mast Timber at Mare Island Yard; No. 11, White Pine Logs: No. 12, White Pine Mast Timber; No. 13, White Pine Plank Boards Sugar Pine Boards at Mare Island Yard; No. 15, White Ash, Elm, Beech White Ash, Redwood at Mare Island Yard; No. 16, White Ash Oars; No. 18, Black Walnut, Mahogany, Maple, Cherry; No. aa. Cypress, Uedar; No. 23, Black Spruce; No. 24, White Oak Staves and Headings; No. 25, Llgnumvitae; No. 30, Ingot Copper; No. 33, Wrought Iron, round and square; No. 33, Wrought Iron, flat; No. 34, Iron, plate; No. 35. 8teel;-No. 37, iron spines; jno. 33, iron wrought Nails; No. s'J, iron Uut Nails; no. 43, iead, fiePre; sheet; No. 43, Zinc; No. 44, Tin: No. 45, So! DUVVbf A, V. TU MIUV( A. W. IT, A.Ui A1U 'f KJSA14W1 No. 48, Locks, Hinges, Bolts, of brass and iron; No. 49, Screws, of brass and iron; No. 50, Files; No. 51, Augers; No. 52, Tools for ship stores; No. 53, Tools for use in yard and shops; No. 54, Hardware; No. 50, White Lead; No. 57, Zinc Paints; No. 58, Colored Paints, Dryers; No. 59, Linseed Oil; No. eu, Varnish, spirits Turpen tine: No. 63, Sperm and Lard Oil; No. 64, Tal low. Soap; No. 65, Fish Oil; No. 68, Glass; No. (59, Brushes; No. 70, Dry Goods for upholstering; No. 71, stationery; no. 're, urucioies; jno. 73, fchip Chandlery; No. 74, Acids; Not 75, Resin, Pitch, Crude Turpentine; No. 77, Belting, Pack- ing; No. 78, Leather, pump rigging, lacing; .No. 80, Junk; No. bo, Anthracite uoal; No. B0. semi bitnminous Coal; No 87, Bituminous Coal; No. 88, Charcoal; No. 89, Wood. The following are the classes, by the num bers, required at the respective navy yards: I KU1MU. Nop. 13. 15. 18. 23. 33. S3, 39. 44, 48, 49, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 58, 58, 59, CO, 63, 68, 69, 70, 71, 73, 74, 78, 85, 87, 88. IJHAULliCSlUWiM. Nos. 1. 7. 13. 15. 16. 18, 22, 24. 25, 32, 33, 34, 35, 87, 88, 39, 43, 43, 44, 48, 49, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 50, 58, 6U, 63, 04, OS, OS, OU, 7U, 71, !, 74, 77, 70, l, 85, 87, 88. Nos. 1. 7. 11. 13. 15, 16, 18, 23, 23, 24, 25, 32, 33. 37. 42, 51, 53, 54, 50, 57, 58, 59, 60, 63. 68, 69, 70, 71, 73, 74, 8U, ), w, . " t r. .vim nrTT I rUXLdAUe.L.1 Till A. Nos. 1, 7, 9, 82, 83, 63, 71, 85, 87. ' ir nut tTm VT WABUUMUi.Ui.il. 35, 53 Ti. 74. 75. 77. 78. 85. 87, 88, 89. Nor. 1. 7. 9. 13. 15. 18. 23. 23, 24, 33, 39, 48, 50, 53, 58, 5'J, 150, 63, 7U, 71, va, u, oa, oi. ' ' MARE ISLAND. Nos. 2. 8. 9. 13. 15. 18. 23. 33. 33. 34. 35, 37, 38, 89, 43, 44, 48, 49, 50, 51, 53, 54, 56, 57, 58, 59 W, 03, 64, 65, 68, 69, 70, 71, 73, 74, 77, 87, AT OTICE. SEALED PROPOSALS, INDORSED "Proposals for furnishing the Publlo Sohools with Tiiioh or Schuylkill Coal," will be received by the undersigned at the office of the Board of Public Kducation. o. i. corner diaio mm auhwui Streets, Irom shippers and miners only (pursuant to anordUianoeof Councils), until SATURDAY, June di inn till 1Q nVlni't M. The proposals, WUlcn win muiuue iu awrngovi L " ... 1,1 i 1 . . 1 . I. m. . . tne coal, rnusi oe lor boi'oiow uuuww, oa iui- First dist., comprising 1, , a, ana xom waras. Second " 0, T, H, and via 6, 11, 12, and 18th 10, 14, is, 20, and 2th 16, 17, 18, 19, and sth sist ii '23d ! 24 and 87th ttsth Third Fourth " Filth " Sixth II II ti SeveDth " Eighth " Ninth " 1't.nth tw will be two sizes required, egg and stove, oni ihPton 240 nouuds. Each and every ton of uih (.hall be weighed at the place of delivery, in the presence of a proper person to be deputed by .,.,.Miuiai board as weleher (suoiect to the ap proval of the Committee un Supplies), who shall keep an accurate account of eaoh load of coal de livered its exact weight as ascertained by correct scales ; and no bill shall be approved tor such ooai Bttiduvitof the weigher shall accompany such bill, setting forth by what contractor the coal was delivered, the date of delivery of each load, the number of tons una tne quaiuy ui coat ueuvereu, a ,irt ni het her welshed at the nlaoe of delivery. Proposals will be received at the same time for Kiiwiimir Wood and Charcoal that mar be re quired. lij oruer vuMiiiuuce uu dujijiucb. 11. W. UALLIWELL, Secretary. 6 12eod 18 S4 niuKTlNd AND GEARING. PULLEYS O Hangers and Couplings, bieeds calculated, Shafting and Gearing arrnugea. Glit)hE O. HOWARD. I 6 8x1 0. II 2. ElJUT&N.i:U tU Nos. 1, 3, 7, 11, 12, 13, 15, 18, 23, 80, 32, S3, 34, , 37, 38, 39, 42, 43, 44, 45, 48, 49, 50, 51, 53, . 54. Ml. 58. 59. 60, 63. 64, 68, 69, 70, 71, 72, AMUSEMENTS. WALNUT' BTREET THEATRE. KVER7 EVRNINU THI9 WEEK, , T . ; AND ON SATURDAY AFTERNOON. i . MK. JOSEPH JEFFEESONT., . RIP VAN WINKLE," ' THBFOEM BT WASH INUTONTRVtNU DRAMATIZATION BT BOUCICAntrv' , THE PERSONATION BT JEFFERSON ERIDAY-HSNEF1T OF MR. JEFFEItaoN. MB S. J OHN DREW'S ARCU HTKKET 1 THEATRE. Begins 8 O'cloclc "r T.Dm ST WRKKOF THE SEASON. LAST WEEK OF LIN A EDWIN AND COMPANY. AND MR. GEORGE CLARK. ' , EVERY KVKNINOTHI8 WEEK Tv w a wr . "AN K R AN K. ftMAYNARD MI88 LIN A EDWIN 5m if k. !k MR GEORGE CLARK aided ry the full New York Company. Q-I,VArJE,N.KcLIT OFLlNAEDVIN. SATURDAY LAST NIQHT OF RANK. SkIS8??1 AND MENAGERIE N. W. COR. NINTH AND ARCH STREETS. Open dally. Admission cents. THE ARAB GIANT. COLONEL ROUTH GuSHEN, ei(rhV feet high. EVERY EVENING, WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY MATIN KK8. THE OCTOROON. POWERFUL OAST OF CHARACTERS. New Scenery, Music. Machinery, etc etc In preparation, THE SEA OF ICE. BOA ROMAN'S FOURTH ANNUAL SATURDAY AFTERNOON R-vrniRRini xr iti iti,i CITY, SATURDAY. June 4. 1871. v. 181 tM).t leaves Vina arrant wharf Ota P AT T- turning leaves Atlantlo City Monday, June2,atT Tickets for sale at Trenwlth's Razaar.No. fill Chen. nut street; s. B. corner of Front and Vine, and at Round Trip ti-QQ SUMMER RESORTS. CTMMER RESORTS ON LINK OF THE Pnir.A. O DELPHI A ANDREADLNO- RATl.tinn . v-n BRANCHES JUNK 1, 1H71: MANSION HOUSE Mt. Carbon, Mrs. Caroline w ni aer, j orrsvuie r. u , tonnyiklll county. TtSCAKOKA HOTEL Mrs. M. L. M Miller, Tub- carora P. O.. SchuvlkillconntT. MANSION HOUSE W.F. Smith, Mahanoy City P. O , SchuVlklll countv. MT. CARMEL HOUSE Nathan TTerii. Mt furmpl P. O., Northumberland county. WHITE UOUSE-F. Maver. Readlnsr P. O.. Berks county. ckntkal, avenue HOUSE Q. D. Davis, Read ing P. O., Berks county. MT. PLEASANT SEMINARY L. M. Koons, Boyertown P. O., Berks county. L1TIZ SPRINGS G. F. Oreider, Lltlz P. O., Lan caster connty. IUGEIAN HOME Dr. A. Smith, WernerevUle P. O.. Berks county. COLD SPRINGS nOTEL (Lebanon countv Wil liam Lerch, Sr., Box No. 170 Harrisburg P. O., Dauphin county. n.riiKA 1 a sr KiHUB jonn ireaencK, cpnrata P. O., Lancaster coutity. PERKIOMBN BRIDGE HOTEL Davis Loneacre. Collvgevllle P. O , Montgomery county. PROSPECT TERRACE Dr. James Palmer, Col legevllle P. O., Montgomery county. of kin 1 mjll iibiuuis Jacoo u. Breish, Con shohocken P. ., Montgomery oounty. DOUTY HOUSK-U. Haffered, Shamoktn P.O., Northumberland county. 6 9 Saw 2m H ERDIC HOUSE, T? MINNEOUA BOHBlli The subscribers, for the past seven years, con. nected with the Continental Hotel. Phlladelnhla. de- lre to announce to their nnmerous friends and the travelling public generally, that they have leased the well-known HEhDIC HOUSE, WlllIamHpert, Pa., and MINNEOUA HOUSE. Mlnneaua SDrimrs. Bradford county. parties leaving rniiaaeipnta via Pennsylvania Central Railroad, at 9 40 A. M., 12-40 P. M. and 10 P. M., reach Williamsport In seven hours, Mlnneqna Strings in nine hours, without change of cars. Cars stop In front of the House Parties leavlngNew York via New Jersey Central Railroad, reach williamsport in ten hours, without change of cars. ' Terms 3 per aay. BLUIltliU a BAKKT, 1 PBOPRiKToaa. C. H. SCOFIELD, . Late Cashier Continental Hotel, Philadelphia, i N. B. BARKY, . Late Steward Continental Hotel. g8mt Philadelphia. T) ED FORD MINERAL SPRlNG8.TniS POPU- AJ lar summer resort will be onnn for tun rnnan. tion of visitors on the 10th day of JUNE, and remain open until SEPTEMBER 15. xne uearora itauroat is completed to within one hour's ride over a good turnpike to the Springs. . Parties from Philadelphia will come through direct to the Springs in from twelve to fourteen hours, i Excursion tickets can be had at the Pennsylvania Railroad Office, and basgage checked through. Persons will come by the Penntylvanla Railroad to Huntingdon, thence by Broad Top Road. Persons wishing to engage rooms, or any further Information, will please address the Proprietor of Bedford Springs. Bedford Water will be promptly sent to any part of the United States at the following rates at the Springs: I810 24tr Half barrels (In mulberry wood), 20 gallons IB -00 (Hieamea oan) w bwi Who!e barrels " 40 " ..... 4-00 Kegs, 10 gallons 8-00 OCEAN HOUSE, CAPE MAT. THIS POPULAR FAMILY HOUSE OPENS ON THE 20th INST. For rooms, etc, apply to L1CETTE S18t & SAWYER, CAPE MAY CITY. I AN CASTER nOUSE, LANCASTER, N. H., a will be opened June 1 for transient and summer boarders. It la located In the Valley of tbe Connec ticut, in full view of Mount Washington and the Vermont Hills, at the terminus of the Boston, Con cord, and Montreal Railroad. jv. b, persons surrering rrom astnma ana "nay fever" will find Immediate relief here. Prices reasonable For particulars ana circular addreBS . STANTON it CO., 6 10 gnat proprietors. LORETTO SPRINGS, CAMBRIA COUNTY, Pennsylvania. This popular watering-piace, on tne summit or tne Alleghany Mountains, will be opened for visitors on the 1st of July. The Hotel nas Deen extensively repairea, ana everything will be done to make visitors com fortable. For further lniormation aaaress F. A. GIBBONS, Proprietor, 8 10 8mt Loretto, Cambria Co., Pa. A R R Y U S HIGHLAND FALLS, (NEAR WEST POINT). This new and eletrant establishment on the banks of the Hudson River will be opened early In Jane. Liberal terms for families. Address CHAS. W. BtnuriiA, Highland Falls, New York. HIGHLAND DELL HOUSE-BEAUTIFULLY located on a spur of tbe Blue Mountains, near Delaware water Gap. lis oign bhuoluju, sua pui. dry air is very desirable for invalids; Deauurui Scenery, pleasant Wailta ana anvea. nu uw. inu ruialied on aDDllcatlon to J. F. FOULKE. StroudsDurg, monroe counir. rcuu sylvanla. ' l0 3mt MAXSON HOUSE, NARRAOtNSETT PIER, R. I. Located on elevated land, near tee Bathing Beach, having a flue view of Ocean, Bay, and sur rounding country. It- la entirely new, furnished .hrmiahnnt with elegant furniture, Applioatioa for room and board, should be addressed to 10 8WT a l-uwa,iiiifiKiMi . - . - . .r. 1 . nn,n JPHRATA MT. SPKlMiB, LAHUAaian j PA. Thla delightful hummer Resort WILL BE OPEN for the Reception of Guest on 15th June, 1851. For parUculars, address , 1 ( K AVAAAHAfc v A. A I . W. H. H. REINIIARD, Supt. 1 im I7AMILIE8 DESIRING PLEASANT ROOMS AT FRIENDS' COTTAGK, faclug the Ooean and Congress UaU lawns, sUould;make early application to A. P. OtiOK, Proprietress, lilfl MlVlil,n.. t!5 per week through June. 8 10 tf C OZZENS' WIST POINT HOTEL, COZZENS' DOCK. HUDSON RIVER, IS NOW OPEN. Addremt FOR TERMS, Ac., SYLVAN CS T. COZZENS, West Point, q. I