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THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY JUNE 23, 1871.
Iort "Wardens and the Charge of One Dal
. lar and Fifty Cent for Furnishing them
To the Editor of The Evening Telegraph.
Having set myself right, In your paper of yester
day, as to the mistake of "one hundred and fifty
dollars" Instead of one dollar and fifty cents, made
by tbe reporters for the morning papers, it now be
comes my duty to redeem my promise to vindicate
the faction of the Board of Trade, and your com
ments thereon of Tuesday afternoon, by showing
that that action and those strictures were just and
well foundfd. It appears by the communication in
your paper of Wednesday, in defense of the Port
Warders and their action, that with regard to the
purposes of the law we have no dispute that when
ever a Jersey truck-boat or a Delaware Bay oyster
boat enters a dock of this city, anywhere from
Brldesrurg to League Island, or around to Fair
mount, If of over 75 tons burdtn, the skipper shall,
"within twenty-four hours after arrival at the port
of Philadelphia, report and register at the office of
the Board of Wardens for said port, aud all pro
ceedings for neglect to obey the harbor regulations
as at present existing shall be held before any Jus
tloe of the peace or alderman of the city of Phila
delphia, and the proceedings for the enforcement of
penalties in all co shall be commenced by caput.
All laws or parts of taws Inconsistent with these
laws are hereby repealed."
Now, Mr. Editor, would not this seem to be enough?
What more? Are not the claims of "statistics" satis
fied when the "statistics" are furnished? Far from
It; the Important part remains behind. For the
pleasure and honor of this journey (and brlnglog with
Mm these "statistics"), he has to pay one dollar aud
fifty cents. The defense of this exaction Is as fol
lows: By veppela reporting, the board will be enabled to
give dnliv full ana reliable report of the arrivals
and depxnures at our port, and obtain for the use
of the pnii'lc the complete commercial statistics or
Philadelphia. This has long been felt a desidera
tum, and numerous commercial gentlemen have
requested the board to take sucn action as would
plHe Philadelphia In the same position as New
York, Boot n, and Baltimore. When last year the
National Government HBked this board for the com
mercial statistics or Philadelphia, It was Impossible
to furnish the information; and dally inquiries are
made at this office for the tonnage or draft of water
concerning some vessel of which we possess no
If this be true, then the Board of Port Wardens
Should pay to Instead of charging against the aklpper
this 11-60 for his Information and valuable "statis
tics." But do the Port Wardens intend to give
dally a full and reliable report of the arrivals and
departures (at?) our port of all the market and oyster-boats,
as they come aud go, for the use of the
public ? 1 venture to say for the public that they
will willingly dispense with this valuable Informa
tion, In the interest of the poor skipper and for the
Bake of cheap onions, tomatoei, and porgtes.
But the writer says that It is "to place Philadel
phia In the same position as New York," eto. If he
means by this that at the port of New York there Is
any such requirement upon the sloop and
schooner trade of the sound and the North river, It
is simply untrue; if he means to count up our
arrivals and departures of the market shallops
against the steamers of the Cunard and Inman lines,
and the fleet of 8000 to 6000 ton vessels entering
there, and so to publish them to the world, he will be
guilty of a petty and infamous fraud, which the
high-minded merchants of Philadelphia will not
only discountenance, but punish by sweeping this
1 aw from the statute-book.
Further, this is a most unequal and unjust exac
tion. The Messrs. Cope enter and clear the Tona
wanda perhaps three times a year, for whloh, as
they are near the Port Wardens' office, four dollars
and fllty cents Is to them but a trifle. Repeated per
sonal complaints have been made at this office by
market men poor men that the fee itself, repeated
on trips averaging three in two weeks, became op
pressive, and the addition of travelling to the office
and there dancing attendance until the proper offi
cial should put in a personal appearance to receive
It was nothing short of tyranny and oppression
under color of law.
Have I not said enongh to vindicate the action of
the board and your own comments upon it as npon
a par with stealing pennies from a dead pauper's
ejes? If not, there is much more to be added.
A. I. P.
BcRNKTT'a Florimel An exquisite perfume.
Mb. William W. CAsaiDT, the jeweller at No. 8
South Second street, has one of the largest and most
attractive stock of all kinds of Jewelry and Silver
ware in the city. He has also on hand a fine assort
Bient of fine American Western Watches. Those
who ourchase at this store at the present time are
certain to get the worth of their money.
Whitcomb'b Asthma Remedy Sure care.
f 40,295,799 was the amonut Insured by the "Equi
table Life" in 1370, exceeding that of any other
company in the world. Insure now in this leading
company and participate in the profits, all of which
are divided among the assured. Address I. h.
Register, General Agent, fro. 439 Chesnnt street.
Cbapx nuDSon. At Germantown, on the 19th
or June, lnst., ovine itev. u. r. unpps, william n.
I'ri.t rvirni nf RnolnPAra. TT. i. A.. In KlTR P. Hun.
fon, youngest daughter of the late Commodore
W illiam 1j. huubou, u. o. r.
Chase. At Germantown, on the Slat Inst., Wil
liam 11. Chase, Corps of Engineers, U. S. A. in the
ssth vear of his aee.
His male friends and those of the family are re
spectfully invited to attend nis mnerai, on oaiuraay
next, S4tn Inst., at 8 P. M., from the residence of his
lamer, jtawin i. i;uae, iahubu bviuuc, uwnuu.
Gobdrn. On the 22d lnst., Isabella, wife of Mr.
Thomas J. Coburn. in the 25th year of her age.
The relatives and friends of the family are respect
fully ldvlted to attend the funeral, on Sunday af
ternoon, at 3 o'clock, from her husband's residence.
No. 11U4 South Nlnthjstreet. To proceed to Mutual
Jenkins. On the 2d lnst., Eliza A., wife of Hunn
.Tenkiua. in the 64th year of her age.
Relatives and friends of the family are invited to
attend the funeral, from tne residence of her
tinMhand. No. 1501 Green street, on Seoond-day af
ternoon, 26th lnst., at 8 o'clock. Interment at Fair
Kelly On the 81st lnst., Mary, wife of David
A. Kelly, aged 38 years.
There'atives and friends of the family are respect
fnllv invited to attend the funeral, on Saturday
morning, at 8)f o'clock, from her husband's resi
dence, IMO. 03V UDden Bireei., buuvb oprmg uuraeu,
between Ninth and Tenth streets. Services at the
Assumption Church. To proceed to Cathedral
Mann. On the list lnst., at Eddtngton, Alice
Ben so, daujhterof William B. and Margaret Mann,
in iha isth vear of her ana.
The relatives and friends of the family are re
spectfully Invited to attend the funeral, on Monday,
h. oAtti iniL. at 10 o'clock, from the reBilence of tier
parent, No. 633 North Sixth street. To proceedto
ummitnRnN On the 23d lnst., William H. Rich
ardson fondly loved, sadly missed, deeply mourned
ln the 86th year of his age.
n".. ..i.non and male friends of the family, are
reBDeclfully invited to attend tae funeral, onMon
dayP tue wth lnst.. at 8 o'clock, from his late real
dence. No ..724 Green street. To proceed to South
Randali On the 83d lnst, Francis Elizabeth.
mfin rttuVhter of J. Colvlu and Mary B. Randall.
c.. nn th morning of the 23d last, after a
lingering illness, Mart Sbmon, beloved wile of
Kuianuel Semon.in nerotiu yer.
Tme notice wili be glvea of the funeral. ft
rw- RONS OF ST. GEORGE.-THE OFFICERS
ir.BUrlB. i. .il un.. nvTHi Hons or Kt.
raVe requesWd to attend the funeral of our
ffimo.imW on Satcdat Moreno
next at o C1WWILUAM undkrdowk, Secretary.
rjiiE JJEHT COAL,
ISAAC K,.7BiaHT & SON,
"vt Tn- Jnth HKOOND Street.
YARDS-Corner EIGHTH and MASTER Sta. and
Lifo Insurance Company
S.E. CORNER FOURTH AND WALNUT.
ASSETS OVER $3,000,000
Bon. James Pollock,
J. Edgar Thomson,
Albert O. Roberts,
Hon. Alex. O. Cattell,
Henry K. Bennett,
L. M. Whllldln,
George W. H11L
trump u. jningie,
VGORGU W. HILL
.ionn U. 81118.
SECRETARY AND TREASURER,
5 19 fmwBm
JAY COOKE & CO.
Are now selling, and recommend as a profitable and
safe investment for all classes,
The First Mortgage 7-30 Gold Bonds
Northern Pacific Railroad
They have 80 years to run, bear Seven and Three-
tenths per cent, gold Interest (more than 8 per cent,
currency), and are secured by first and only mort
gage on the ENTIRE ROAD AND ITS EQUIP
MENTS, and also, as fast as the Road is completed,
on 23,000 acres of land to every mile of track, or 600
acres for each f 1000 Bond. They are exempt from
U. S. tax ; principal and interest are payable in gold.
Denominations: Coupons, f 100 to f 1000; Registered,
$100 to $10,000.
Northern Pacific 7-80's are at all times receivable,
at TEN PER CENT. ABOVE PAR, in exchange for
the Company's lands, at their lowest cash price.
The proceeds of all sales of lands are required to
be devoted to the repurchase and cancellation of the
First Mortgage Bonds of the Company. The Land
Grant of the Road exceeds Fifty Million Acres in She
most fertile portion of the Northwest, and the de
mand for the Company's lands for settlement already
exceeds the ability of the Government to complete
the surveys. This Immense Sinking Fund will un
doubtedly cancel the principal of the Company's
bonded debt before it falls due.
Holders of U. S. Five-twenties, who wish to con
vert them into a first-class railroad security, can do
so at a present profit of about 13 per cent., while In
creasing their Interest Income nearly one-fourth, by
exchanging them for Northern PaclM 1-308.
All marketable stocks and bonds im. be received
in exchange, free of express charges, at their highest
current price. Full information, maps, pamphlets,
etc., will be furnished on application to any agent
for the loan, or to
JAY COOKE & CO.,
Philadelphia, New York, or Washington,
Saie Home Investment.
Sunbury and Lewistown Railroad
c rSR CEBIT. GOLD
First Mortgage Bon s.
Interest Payable April and Octo
ber, Free of State and United
We are now offering the balance of the loan of
$1,800,000, which Is secured by a first and only lien
on the entire property and franchises of the Com
At OO and the Accrued Interest
The Road is now rapidly approaching completion.
with a large trade in COaL, IRON, and LUMBER,
In addition to the passenger travel awaiting the
opening of this greatly needed enterprise. The local
trade alone is sufficiently large to sustain tbe Road.
We have no hesitation in recommending the Bonds
as a UliUAP, KM.lAlU.lt, and bAJra invent.
For pamphlets, with map and fall Information,
VM. PAINTER & CO.,
""Dealers in Government Securities,
No. 30 South THIRD Street,
ELLIOTT, COLLINS & CO.,
No. 109 South THIRD Street,
MEMBERS OF STOCK AND GOLD EX
DEALERS IN MERCANTILE PAPER,
GOVERNMENT SECURITIES, GOLD.Ete.
rT a w TtTT.T.H nw wrnTT ANfiw nw Tmi
UNIOK AAJNtt. Uf LUfltlUfl. 1 fmwi
PAID TO TUB PURCHAJSJ AND 8 ALB OP
Stocks and Honda,
Here and in New York, and every facility furnished
to parties desiring to have them carried.
D. C. WHARTON SMITH i CO.,
j . BANKSK8 fc BROKERS, .
No. 121 SOUTH THIRD STREET
0 SS ffllLADJELPfllA.
THE LATEST HEWS.
THE GREAT INDIAN COUNCIL
Trial of Dr. Lanahan.
The Bloorr.field Railway War.
Class Day at Grown."
IROM THE WEST.
I BT ASSOCIATED PRB93. 1
Exclusively to The Evening Telegraph.
The Great Indian Council.
Chicago, June 23 The rimes' special from
Okmulgee. Indian Territory. Jnne 10, furnishes
further particnlars of the great Indian council.
It says much uneasiness is felt bj many here
lest the President should exercise his constitu
tional right of appointing men from the States
to tne higher offices. 10 do so would create
1 here are men in the lerritory unquestion
ably competent to exercise tbe functions of
self-government, and as the population are ex
tremely sensitive at anything that looks like
subordination of the interests of the Indians to
those of the whites, this exercise of the appoint
ing power at Washington could not fall to be
productive oi very miscnievous results.
The warlike chiefs from the Cheyenne, Arra
pahoe, Caddo, and other tribes have been cor
dially received at tbe great council Are, and the
differences vividly depicted to them of the two
roads that lay before them to pursue. While
the path of peace leads to secure homes, benign
treatment, and all the comforts en joved by their
civilized brethren, the red path will lead to their
The utterances of the chiefs were all for
peace, but they want permanent homes guaran
teed. All complained of spoliation and depor
tation by frontiersmen. The Osage chiefs were
eloquent over their wrongs.
ihe committee to whom was referred tbe best
course to be pursued to secure an established
government, proposed In Decamber, 1870 pre
sented their report this morning.
The reoort was followed hy a proposition of
Mr. Brown, a Seminole delegate, to provide
equal representation in the Senate of the Cher
okee, Creek, Choctaw, Chickasaw and Seminole
nations. This proposition has been earnestly
discussed for several days. Consideration is
postponed till Monday.
It was resolved that the "action of the General
Council in 1870, which framed and submitted a
Constitution to the several nations represented
in said council, is hereby reaffirmed. Provision
is further made for creating a provisional gov
ernment, and tbe election of a Governor and
BT ASSOCIATED PRESS. J
Exclusively to The Evening Telegraph.
Washington. June 23. The following con
tracts for transportation of Indian supplies were
awarded by the Indian Bureau to-day:
Chick. Brown & Co., of Kit Carson, from Kit
Carson, Col., to Fort Defiance, Fort Wlngate,
Los Finos Agency, one dollar per 100 pounds per
100 miles; John F. Coad, of Omaha, from Fort
D. A. Russell to Red Cloud Agency, $145 per
100 pounds per 100 miles; 9. J. McCann, of Ne
braska City, from fort v. a. Russell to Whet
stone Agency, at $1'75 100 pounds per 100 miles.
A letter received by commissioner farker to
day from Superintendent Hoar encloses a report
of Agent Tatum, dated Fort Sill, June 10, in
wnich he states mat tne juowas are collecting
the forty-one muies recently stolen, in order to
return them to the agency, and gives the follow
ing Interesting particulars ot the
Death of Satanic
while being taken to Texas for trial for kill
ing white settlers, oa the 8th instant. Satank
and Big Tree were Informed that they were to
start that mom lug to lexas, to which they de
murred, preferring to be sent anywhere else.
Satank, whom I nave regarded as the worst
Indian In this agency, protested that he would
not go to Texas, but would do something to be
shot at ence.
Big Tree told him that If be did they would
all be shot, and taking hold of him pushed him
to the wagon in which he was to ride, with two
soldiers to guard him. Colonel McEenzie and
Colonel urierson were near him when put into
The prisoners naa ail oeen careiuuy searched
some days before when about one mile from the
Eost. Satank, having finished his death song,
ad unobserved succeeded in drawing the
shackles off his bands, and, drawing a butcher
knife, started suddenly at his guard, cutting on
of them slightly in tne leg. iney escapee from
the wagon, leaving their guns, one
of which Satank took, and while in the act
of transferring a cartridge from the chamber to
the barrel was shot several times. lie died la
about twenty minutes. One random shot hit
Antonio Bareiio, a teamster, in the side of tbe
head, but he is not conside.ed seriously wounded.
Satank waa buried near the post.
FROM NE W YORK.
BY ASSOCIATED PBE83.
Exclusively to The Evening TelegravK
Tne Lanahan Trial.
Nbw Tori. June 23. In the Lanahan trial
this morning, Judge Reynolds reviewed the
chief polnta at issue before the committee. He
said it was proposed to decapitate Lanahan for
one act, and then noia an inquiry into the
charges preferred by him against the concern.
The question was whether Lanahan bad a right
to examine the books.
If be had a right, he waa Justified ongoing to
a civil court; if not, he had done so unnecessarily.
and his act was un)ustmea. counsel quoted
page 253 of Discipline to prove that the junior
agent bad a right to know everything about the
concern. The word la Discipline was "agents,"
implying equal power ana responsiouity.
The next question was whether Lanahan was
denied access to the books. Counsel reviewed
the evidence to prove that free and unrestricted
access was denied his client by Dr. Carlton,
and that therefore he was justified in appealing
to tne civil courts.
Alluding to Fanchers assertion yester
day that Lanahan was not a corporator.
Judge Reynolds said that for boldness, not to
say assurance, that assertion eclipsed all he ever
heard, when the charter named Lanahan dis
tinctly as one of tbe corporators.
The counsel charged Dr. Bingham, secretary
of the committee, and one of tbe court trying
this charge, with indorsing an affidavit made by
He censured Bingham In severe terms for ex
pressing an opinion pending the trial. Lanahan
a ad no obiect but the elucidation of the truth.
If he had sought his own personal interest he
would not have pulled against Carlton, who
held out the probability of Lanahan's succeed
ing to the chief agency. Mr. Reynolds con
cluded at 13-45 r. M, The committee then took
a recess. General Runyon will address the
committee this afternoon for the prosecution.
Nxw YoBC, Jane H3 Arrived, steamer Koln.
FROM NEW ENGLAND.
BT ASSOCIATED KISS.
Exclusively te the Evening Telegraph.
Class Day at Brown University.
Pkovidbnci, Juno 23 Class-Day exercises
at Brows University to-day included an oration
by A. F. Bowers, a poem by D. W. Hoyt, a pro-
wenaae concert, aua punting a class wee uus
FROM NEW JERSEY.
BT AR80CIAXRD milSa.
Exclusively to The Evening TeUigravh.
The Railway Troubles atBloomfleld.
New Yokk, June 23. Last night the authori
ties at Bloomfleld, N. J., applied for an injunc
tion to restrain the Montclair Railroad Company
from continuing the construction ot a bridge
over the old portion of the Paterson turn
pike. At an early hour this morning,
Meeker & Hedden, contractors for the
bridge, arrived at the scene with a large force
of men, who were said to be well armed, and
announced their intention of holding the ground
against any opposition. As tbe citizens are
equally determined, a conflict ems imminent
unless the authorities interfere to prevent
FROM THE DOMINION.
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Exclusively to The Evening leleqraph.
Destructive Fire Shocking Accident.
Montreal, June 23. A fire destroyed Mc-
Ganvelean's mills and St Gabriel locks, with
three acres ot lumber and a saw mill. Loss,
U n t ntf'o Paivhi "In TnnA Ot A man
named Patterson, working in a saw-mill near this
place, accidentally fell across a saw and was cut
Wilmington and Reading
7 FEU CET2T, ZSOXVDS.
f roo of Taxes.
Wo are offering the Second mortgage
Bonds of this Company
AT 85 AND ACCRUED INTEREST.
Interest Payable January aud
The Bonds are In
SIOOOs, S500s, and SI OOs,
fcDu can oe REGISTERED free of expense. The
road is dolDg a good business, wlti rsepects of con
This Issue is made to procure additional rolling
Bonds, Pamphlets, and Information can be ob
DE HAVEN & BRO.,
No. 40 South THIRD Street.
MORTGHGEonly $ 1 2,500 PER MILE
FIDELITY INSURANCE, TRUST, AND SAFE
Social Attention of Investors
la now called to tie
First Mortgage Bonds
BRIDGETON AND PORT NORRIS
7 PER CKIT., FKEE OF ALL TAXES.
This road runs from the mouth of Maurice River
to Brldgeton, hew Jersey, where It connects with
West Jersey Railroad.
The fact that this Mortgage is but for 112,600 per
mile, and that stock BuoscrlpUons have been secured
equal to 40 per cent, of that amount, places tola loan
npon the flrmefct basis and gives to it unusual se
curity. They can be registered, and are in sums of $100.
500, liooo. Interest payable April and October.
They are offered for the present at 1)0 and accrued
For further particulars and pamphlets apply to
D. C. WHARTON SMITH & CO.,
BANKERS k BROKERS,
No. 121 SOUTH THIRD STREET,
Nob. 51 and 53 S. THIRD St.
Dealer In Mercantile Paper, Collateral Loam,
Government Securities, and Gold.
Draw Bill! of Exohange on the Union Bank of
London,and issue travellers' letters of credit through
Messrs. BOWLES BROS & CO., available in all the
cities of Europe.
Make Collections on all points.
Execute orders for Bonds and Stocks at Board of
Allow interest on Deposits, subject to check at
B. E. JAMISON & CO.
. JP. JT KELLY & CO,
BANKERS AND DEALERS Df
Gold, Silver, and Government Bonds
At Cloieat Market llatesi,
XT. W. Cor. THIRD and CHESNUT Sti
Special attention given to COMMISSION ORDERS
in New York and Philadelphia Stock Boards, eto,
ESQ WALNUT St..
nW A R BURTON'S IMPROVED VENTILATED
and eauy-Oulng PKK.Sd HATS (patented, lu ail
the improved fMUions of the season.
btreet, next door to the Post Office. rpi
THE ISLAND HOUSE,
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
TIIIS LARGB, NEW, AND BLBQANT HOTEL
Is now open for the reception of guests.
Carriages will be in attendance on the arrival of
every train to convev persons to the house, free of
6161m ATLANTIC CIT V, N. J.
UNITED STATES HOTEL,
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.,
Will open for the reception of gueBts, on SATUR
DAY, June 84. Musto under the direction of Pro
fessor M. F. Aledo.
Persons desiring to engage rooms will address
SELI'KIDGE & DAVIS,
6 16 lm ATLANTIC CITV.
Will open June 24. Parties wishing to engag
Rooms will apply at the oiilce of the Surf House
Co., No. 402 LOCUST Street, Philadelphia, or to
6 16 lm ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
CAPE MAY, NEW JERSEY.
OPSN3 JUfiE 84, 1871.
Terms: 14-50 per day. tw-oo per week.
6 20 lm Of Continental Hotel, Proprietor.
ASHLAND HOUSE, CORNER OF PENNSYL
VANIA and ATLANTIC Avenues, Atlantic
City, N. J. This popular establishment, which has
been greatly improved and doubled in size, is now
open for the reception of guests; desirable commu
nicating rooms for families; splendid croquet
grounds adjoin tliehone; guests conveyed to aud
from trie bathing grounds free of charge. Terms,
f 14 per week ; ti Ml per day. House open the entire
jtar. JOHN L. BRYANT,
6 iGeodlin Proprietor.
THE VINCKNT HOUSE, PACIFIC AVENUE,
betw n New York and Tennessee avenues,
Atlantic City, N. J., oue square from the dnpot, ha
been ri-fl tted and refurnished, and Is NOW OPEN.
and In the occupancy of the undersigned, ls former
proprietor, wno invites aii nia oin menus and tne
public generally to call and see him.
6 16 am J. L. HARDWICKE.
O N O R
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.,
will open JUNE 17, for the reception of pnests.
GEORGE W. 11 INKLE,
e 16 eod2m Proprietor.
X KL1AS C LEAVER, the well-known caterer,
has refitted his house, and is now read? for the re
ception of guests. The bar has been removed to the
adjoining house, and a flrHt-elass barber shop added.
Aieais suppueu at any nour, e is eodim
rrUIE SCHAUFLER HOTEL, ATLANTIC CITY
X N. J. Tbe beat location on the Island, with an
A No. 1 table, and the best attention paid to its
guests. Eighty fine sleeping chambers, with beds,
6161m ALOIS SCHAUFLER, Proprietor,
rpHE COLONNADE, ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
Beautifully situated between tte Railroad Depot and
the Beach, in full view of the Ocean.
6161m J. nBNRY nAYES, Proprietor.
TBE CLUB HOUSE, CORNER OF ATLANTIC
m. uiiu iiavv i unA AveuutrH, AMttauu uity, will
open Aionnay, j une i, wun tne Dar wen supplied
with the choicest brands of Wines, Liquors, Cigars,
TROSPECT HALL. CORNER OF PACIFIC
X and KENTUCKY Avenues. Atlantlo Citv. N. J.
Delightfully located, enlarged, and redtted and re
furnished throughout. Vti. J. if. uklknap,
OT. CLOUD HOTEL, CORNER OF KENTUCKY
ij and Atlantic Avenues, Atlantlo Clcy, N. J.
f oneriBB, etc. aaaress
KOBERTSHAW tt PALMER,
6 16 lm Proprietors.
OOMEHS COTTAGE. MICHIGAN, NEAlt PA-
kJ (;if iu AYisiNLfj. Tins house nas been thor
ougnly refurnished and improved, and is now open
lor me reception oi guesis.
6 16 lm O. THORNE.
T IGHT HOU8E COTTAGE, ATLANTIC CITY,
Located between U. S. Hotel and tbe beach. The
Bearettt house to the surf ; is now open for the re-
ception or guests. oio urn
vii;a nnT'SKATr.ANTTn arhvh ttttxt
lM TUCKY Avenue, is now open for the reoeptlon
of visitors. Terme, fi pr day, or f 13 per week.
LKWln T. MKARS, Proprietor. S. a. TAYLOR,
ciupenuieiiueui.. o id iu
PtiRF HOUSE, ATLANTIC CITY, N. J., WILL
open lor tne reception oi gueuis on satlkday,
Z4TU mm., VJ
6 83 St R. D. CUMMINGS, Proprietor,
Eagle Hotel, No. 27 N. THIRD tit., Phlla.
pHESTIR COUNTY HOUSE, ATLANTIC CITY,
J s.o., open me year rouua.
6 16 lm Proprietor.
CENTRAL HOUSE, ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
open ail the year round.
LAWLER k TRILL Y,
6 16 lm Proprietors.
-rT'-Rtrir A mTTAOE. ATLANTIC! PITV TV .T
Xtj ATLANTIC and V IRGINIA Avenues, will be
open June (or me reception ui vimtora.
6 16 lm R. S. WATSON.
Tl ADDON HOUSE, FOOT OF NORTH CARO-
AJ L1NA Avenue, facing tue neacn. Atlantlo City
N. J la now open. Railroad to the beach.
6 16 lm Dr. J. J. COMFORT, Proprietor.
CONSTITUTION HOUSE, ATLANTIC CITY, N.
JACOB R. SACKETT,
6 16 lm Proprietor,
CONSTITUTION HOUSE, ATLANTIC CITY, N
J., is now open for the reception of guests.
JACOB R. SACKETT.
6 16 Ini Proprietor.
Opened June 1 for the reception of guests.
6 161m MRS. M. QLiiiLEY, Proprietress.
THE ALnAMBRA, ATLANTIC? CIT Y, N. J.
will open for the reception of guents on SA
TUKDAY, June 84. No bar. R. It. LSKDS,
6 16 lm Proprietor.
T E N N I 8' COTTAGE.
1b now open for the reception or euests.
616 8m JOSEPH H. BORTON
1 PRIVATE HOARDING ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.,
PENNSYLVANIA, near Atlantlo avenue. A
lew choice double aud slugie rooms. Apply at No,
1314 Aist n tir em ltisoaim
rpREMONT HOUSE, CORNER PACIFIC AND
i Atlantic Citv.
6 16 lm H. lil.OOD Proprietor.
I B'NN MANSION, NEAR CONQ-JES HALL,
Atlantic J11J, n. ., low opeu tor guema.
6191m ELIZA CAN BY, proprietress.
"IH1E "CHAI.FONTK," ATLANTIC OiTY, IS NOW
X open. Kaiuvari io the beach.
6 16 lm bLlsHA ROBKKTS, Proprietor,
I EACH COTTAGE, ATLANTIC CITY, N. I., IS
It now often for Hie reception or guests, run tar,
6 16 cod lm T. C. UARRETT.
flMlE CLARENDON, ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.,
J is now open for the reception of guests.
lu Ha M. C. LUODIi
BOABD1NG nOUSE FOR VISITORS FROM THE
CITY. The uiderslgned has Just fitted u
an elegant Boarding Houm for city sojourners ta
the country at the village of BL3I1KILL, Pike
county, Pennsylvania. Bushkill Is located between
Mil ford and Stroudsburg. si miles from the former
and 13 miles from the latter place. It is a plctur
esqne. airy, and healthy place. Its surroundings
are hills, mountains, valleys, waterfalls, cascades,
and everything desirable In country life. He has
yet room for a limited number of visitors, and can
accommodate early applications. For further
Information address JaMES B. SCHOONovek,
BushkUl, Pike ooonty, Pennt. 6 19 mtuthait
EW INLET nOUSE. THE UNDERSIGNED
beg leave to Inform visitors to
that they have taken the above-named Hotel, and
will opon for the reception of Boarders on SATUR
DAY, the 24th lnst.
TUBS BAK AND OYSTER STANDS
are now in operation.
a1ck.ijj13jln & moukaitu
A. (1. McUkatb. 6 16 eod lm
T ORETTO SPRINGS,
This popular waterinir-Place, on the summit of the
AilcghAny Mountains, will be opened for visitors on
tbe 1st of July.
The Hotel nas oeen extensively repairea, ana
everything will be done to make visitors com
fortable. For further information address
F. A GIBBONS. Proprietor-,
6 10 am Loretto, Cambria Co., Pa,
(NEAR WEST POINT).
This new and elegant establishment on the banks
of the Hudson River will be opened early in Jane.
Liberal terms for families. Address
OH A 8. W. HENDRIX,
Highland Falls, New York.
CITITTENANOO WITTTE KrTT.rirrrr
SPRINGS, MADISON COUNTY, NEW YORK,
Is open for guests. Accommodations lor 400. Gas,
bells, and carpets in every room.
Scenery, drives, and table are not surpassed in the
country. Rates to suit the times.
6 20 am D. P. PETERS, Proprietor.
SB A - B A T H
CAPE MAY, opens July 1. Commands unob
structed view of the Ocean. Superior accommoda
tion for visitors. Terms, 116 to $18 per week. No
bar. Satisfactory reduction to parties and families
securing rooms for the season. Address
6 16 8m A. QAHRETSONV
HIGHLAND DELL HOUSE. BE AUTIFULLT
located on a spur of the Blue Mountains, near
Delaware Water Gap. Its high situation, and a pure
dry air Is very desirable for invalids; beautiful
scenery, pleasant walks and drives. No bar. Terms
snn other particulars furnished on application to J.
F. FOi'LKK, Stroudsburg, Monroe county, Penn
sylvania, 6 10 8m
MAXSON HOUSE, NARRAGANSETT PIER, R.
I. Located on elevated laud, near the Bathing
Beach, having a fine view of ocean, Bay, and sur
rounding country. It is entirely new, furntdhed
throughout with elegant furniture. Application for
room and board, should be addressed to
6 10 6w B. TUCKER, Proprietor.
17 PH RAT A MT. SPRINGS, LANCASTER CO.,
li PA. This delightful Summer Resort WILlj
BE OPEN for the Reception of Guests on 15th Jane,
1871. For particulars, address
J. W. FREDERICK, PropY,
II. H. RBINHARD, Snpt. 61 lm
FAMILIES DESIRING PLEASANT ROOMS AT
FRIENDS' COTTAGE, facing the Ocean and
Congress Hall lawns, sbould;make early application
to A. P. COOK, Proprietress,
CAPE MAX CITY, N. J.
t!8 per week through June. 6 10 tf
COZZENS' WK8T POINT HOTEL
IS NOW OPEN. FOR TERMS, fcc.
Address SYLVAN US T. COZZENS,
West Point, N. T
CENTRE nOUSE, CAPE MAY CITyTiSNOW
open for the reception of guests.
6 20 lm J. E. M EC KAY, Proprietor.
NO STORE ON
COREiELIUS & SOflST
821 CHERRY St.
GARDNER & FLEMING,
No. 21 4 South FIFTH Street.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
INCLUDING PIL32TONS, JENNY LIND3,
ALWAYS ON HAND.
All WORK WARRANTED to be of the b
WORKMANSHIP and MATERIALS.
Also, an assortment of SECONDHAND CAR
RIAGES for sale at reasonable prices.
Special attention given to REPAIRING.
REPAIRING, REPAINTING, and VARNISHING.
6 R C A P E M A Y
VIA WEST JEhSEY RAILROADS
J.ltf HOUKS FhOM PlllLADaLPUIA.
An K'xpreta Train for cape May will be run on
SATURDAY, 84th Instant, leaving Philadelphia at
4 P. M., mating no stops for passengers. Due
Returning from Cape May at 0 o'clock Monday
SUNDAY MIL TRAIN,
l eaves Philadelphia at To A. M. Cape May S
p. M. WILLIAM J. BKWELL,
N. B. The 4 P. M Fast EJtpresw ui commence
lu regular trips on Saturday, Julv 1.
Tbe A. M. train from Cape May regularly on and
afir Monday, July 8. 6 83 at
rro FAMILIES RESIDING IN THE
We are prepared, as heretofore, o supply families
a their country residences wltn EVKKY DESCRIP
TION OF FINE GROCERIES, TEAS, gtc
ALBERT (3. UOHKTS,
cornt-MtXEVKNTU i. INKJBta
4. PARASOLS, II. H-V5; 1-lNk.D. fl,
J ti-to, I11B; bilk Sun Uuiirella. twe, II, lllia,
lt0, at DIXON'S, No. 1 b. UUUXU bt. 1U
wriDSj eAS O n .-.