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THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, J'UNE G, 1871.
FTiOn TESTERDAY'S FIFTH EDITION.
FROM THE WEST.
The Cheney Chnreh Troubles Rev. Mr.
Tyng to the Fore.
Chicago, June 5. Ke v. 8. II. Tyng, Jr., of
Kew York, who "preached yesterday for Mr.
Cheney, had previously received a note from
Bishop Whitehonse notifying him of Cheney's
deposition and remiudimj of the canon for
bidding participation in services with deposed
clergymen. Mr. Tyng paid no heed to the let
ter, but preached both sermons, Cheney reading
the morning and evening services for him, and
the two gentlemen uniting and administering
the Eucharist. The congregation was the largest
ever assembled In Christ Chureh.
In the evening even the chancel and vestry
were crowded, and hundreds were obliged to go
away, unable to obtain even standing room. In
the morning sermon no allusions were made to
the existing troubles, but ia the evening the
sermon bore more directly upoa them, the text
being: "Jesus heard they had cast him out,
and when He had found him He said unto him,
Dost thou believe In the Son of God?" John
Mr. Tyng, among other things, said, when
the Church interferes with the rights of Indi
vidual conscience, illuminated by the word of
God and liberty of the Christian in his relations
to His word, then the Church becomes Anti
christ, for it assumes the functions of Christ,
and substitutes itself in Christ's stead.
At such a time of apostacy from Christ and
Ills trath, It Is a blessing to be excommunicated,
for the "cast-outs" of the Church are found the
followers of Christ. This passage was received
with applause, which Mr. Tyng immediately
checked, reminding his auditors that they were
in the Church of God, and not in a lecture
room. Mr. Tyng concluded by exhorting his hearers
to hold fast to the old Catholic doctrine: "In
essentials unity (in non-essentials liberty), in
all thinge charity'
Milwaukee, June 5. Byron R. Squires, an
old telegrapher, formerly superintendent or. the
telegraph lines from St. Louis to St. Paul, fell
from a train on the Northern Pacific road last
Friday, and was fatally injured.
The Typographical Convention Election
Baltimore, June 5 M. R. Walsh, of New
York, was elected First Vice-President, and J.
A. Cushley, of Baltimore, Second Vice-President.
John Collins, of Cincinnati, was re
elected Secretary and Treasurer ay acclamation,
and Frederick K. Tracey, of Chicago, Corres
'The Convention then at 145 P. M. adjourned
till 3 o'clock.
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company.
Fisher & Son, bankers of this city, to day
purchased from the proper State authorities
betweea five thousand and five thousand five
hundred shares of common stock of the Balti
more and Ohio Railroad Company, being the
entire interest of the State ia the common stock
of the road, at 1140 per share.
The sale was made under an act of the last
session of the Legislature to meet the indebi
ness of the State on bonds matured in January
last. By this sale the Stat will lose two direc
tors of the company, and the amount realize!
by the sale of common stock being insufficient
to pay the bonds matured, a further sale of pre
ferred stock owned by the State will probably
be necessary, when the State will lose more
directors of the company.
Important to Shippers.
Washinotoh, June 5 The Secretary of the
Treasury will soon issue a circular to customs
officers requiring them to enforce the laws of
Congress requiring ail vessels in the coasting
trade, whether sailing from pert to port within
a district, or from one district to another, to be
supplied with a manifest. There having been
much neglect among collectors in various ports
in enforcing the law in this regard, particularly
eo where vessels trade between ports with car
goes consisting of a single article of commerce,
the Secretary has determined to apply the same
rule to all, requiring all masters of vessels to
produce a manifest whenever called upon to
FROM THE DOMINION.
The San Juan Question.
. Toronto, June 5. The Canadian papers ridi
cule the report telegraphed from Berlin, to the
effect that Emperor William has decided the
San Jnan question in favor of the United States.
As the treaty referring this matter to his arbi
tration has not yet been fully ratified, arbitration
on any question is of course yet impossible.
FROM NEWt ENGLAND.
The Indian Visitors.
Boston, June 5 The Indian visitors called
on Mayor Gaston to-day, and were subsequently
treated to a harbor-steamboat excursion.
William Kendall, the proprietor of the
saloon at Eighth and Cherry streets, was com
mitted by Alderman Kerr for a farther hear
John Semple, the post-office employe
charged with assaulting Michael Jennings,
was discharged by Alderman Kerr yesterday,
on th ground that the prosecutor had his
remedy in a civil and not criminal aotion.
The stockholders of the Academy of
Mnsio held their annual meeting yesterday.
From, the annual report read by the President,
James 0. Hand, the receipts last year were
$551,547-90, expenditures $38,378-09. After
making certain deductions for interest,
ground rent, etc, the
net proms were
7831-25. The number of' representations
during the year, 208. T le following were
elected the Board of Directors: James O.
Hand, George S. Pepper, James Traquair,
John P. Bteiner, Ferdinand J. Dreer, Freda
rick Graeff, Fairman Rogers, Thomas Sparks,
James L. Clagborn, Daniel Haddock, Jr.,
William Camac, M. D., and Henry M. Phil
lips. Leincr a re-election of the board of last
This was the vote for the directors:
BOARD of niKicroaa.
James C. Hand 1955 Fairmmi Rogers 20T8
George S. Pepper. ...1958 Thoiimn d parks 80T3
James Traquair. ...,.1958 Janics L. Jlaghorn...2023
John P. Stelner 8073 Daniel Haddock, Jr.. 8073
verdlnand J. Dreer. .1958 Wm. Camac, M. D...19NS
Frederick Graes 2073 Henry M. Phillips.... 2073
The following was the vote polled for the
four directors on the opposition ticket:
John Thornley ess Charles W. Potts 833
Cbarleo T. Parry 8 as Henry Budd 83a
The Athletics were beaten by the Forest
City Club of Rockford yesterday by a scoie of
11 to 10.
At the annual meeting of the Commis
sioners of Fairmonnt Park, held yesterday,
the following gentlemen were elected officers
for the ensuing year? President, Hon. Mor
ton McMichael; Vice-President, Major Gene
ral George G. Meade; Treasurer, N. B.
Browne; Secretary, David r. oley; Solicitor,
Charlea n. Jones.
The flood at New Orleans is increasing.
Hon. Joshua Van Rant, of Baltimore, was
last night nominated by the Demooratio and
Conservative Convention for Mayor of that
General Crook, who is to relieve General
Stoneman in command of tbo Department ia
Arizona, left overland yesterday from Ban
Diego to Tucson.
At a meeting of the corporators of the
tw Berks CeUEty Kftilroad, yesterday, it was
resolved that the stock subscription hooks be
opened at Reading, Ta., on the 20th inst.
. A cyclone occurred near Mason City,
Illinois, Inst Friday morning. Its pathway
was nearly three miles in length, and from
twenty to eighty feet in width, and in that
pathway not a spear of grass, not a stalk of
corn nor wheat, not a shrub, not a particle ef
vegetation, was left alive.
Australian George, alias Tortngnese
Joe," who recently murdered a Miss MoDan
iels, near San Fraacisoo, because she refused
to marry him,' was hunted out of his hiding
place in the mountains, near Cherokee, Cali
fornia, yesterday, shot, and his body burned
to aBhes by the infuriated citizens.
Arrests continue to be made in all parts
The United States flagship Franklin,
Rear-Admiral Boggs, is at Deal.
The French soldiers returning from Ger
many replace the mobilized guard as fast as
In the British House of Commons yes
terday Mr. Gladstone declared the existing
laws to be ample to enable th Government
to fulfil the conditions of the Treaty of
An address to the Fope ia circulating in
the provinces of Franoe. It expresses the
hope that regenerated France will soon lend
an avenging arm to the head of the Catholio
Earl de Grey took his seat in the House
of Lords yesterday, and received a pleasant
welcome from his fellow-members, and was
warmly felicitated upon the conclusion of the
treaty with the United States.
Deputies from the departments ooenpied
by the Government troops intend to move
that the disquieting debate over the Orleans
princes be postponed until the Germans are
paid nnd France is rid of their presence.
The National Assembly at Versailles was
quite animated yesterday many notables
occupying seats on the floor the question
under consideration being the eligibility of
the Orleans princes. At the instanoe of Pre
sident Thiers the debate went over, he pre
viously asserting that the committee to whom
the subject was referred having favored a
simultaneous decision on the ratification of
the election of the Orleans princes and the
abrogation of the decree of exile against
The following-named properties were among
those sold at sheriff 's sale yesterday after
noon: Stone house, cottage, outbuildings and
other improvements, and lot, in Germantown,
containing 22 acres, 112 perehes, $17,500.
Three-Btory brick house and lot south
side of Sansom street, 1C2 feet west of Thirty
fourth street, 10 feet front, 70 feet 2 inches
Brown stone front brick house and lot,
west side of Third street, 14G feet north of
Spruce street, 20 feet front, 180 feet 8 inches
to Bingham's court, $12,250. -
Three-Btory brick store and dwelling-house
and lot, south side of Catharine street, 98
feet west of Nineteenth street, 18 'feet front,
59 feet deep, $2100.
Two contiguous lots, northwest corner of
Markoe and Huron streets, each lot 20 feet
front, 110 feet deep, $350.
Two houses and lot, southwest side of Lan
caster avenue, 83 feet 5 inohes northwest of
Sergeant street, 32 feet 2 inches front, 200
feet deep, $2900.
Three-story brick house and lot, east side
of Burnett street, 70 feet G inches south of
Eegleson street, .$1050.
Two-story Btone house. French roof, and
lot, south side of Sansom street, 15 feet west
of lbirty-second street, 15 feet front, 75 feet
Two-story stone house, French roof, and
lot, southwest corner of Thirty-second and
Sansom streets, 15 feet front, 75 feet deep,
Lot on the northeast side of William
street, 115 feet 6 inches northwest of Amber
street, 1G4 feet G inches front, 71 feet deep,
Unfinished three-story briok house, store,
end lot, southeast Bide of Gray's Ferry road,
adjoining No. 2, thence southeast 50 feet G
inches, west 24 feet G inohes, northwest 32
feet G inches, northeast 16 feet, $2800.
Unfinished three-story brick house, store,
end lot, southeast Gray's Ferry road, 35 feet
northeast Twenty-third street, thence south
east 32 feet 6 inches, south 3 feet, west 47
feet 6 inches, northeast 35 feet, $2800.
Unfinished three-story brick house and lot
north side Bainbridge street, 78 feet G inohes
east Twenty-third street, thenoe east 32 feet,
north 52 feet 6 inches, southwest 3G feet,
north 3G feet, $2450.
Three lots north side of Marriott street, 143
feet 9 inches west of Third street, eaeh lot 14
feet 3 inches front, 100 feet deep, $11,000.
Two-acd-a-balf -story frame house and lot,
south side of Christian street, between Third
and Fourth streets, 17 feet 2 inches in front,
90 feet deep, $2800.
Three-story brick planing-mill, steam en
gine, boiler, etc, etc, and lot north side of
Marriott street, 84 feet west of Third street,
thence north 48 feet, east 1G feet, north 51
feet. 7 inches, west 58 feet 3 inches, south 100
feet more or less, east 59 feet 9 inohes,
Three-story tavern and dwelling, two-story
brick house in rear, . and lot S. E. corner
Third and Canal streets, thence east 7C feet,
southeast 28 feet, south 5 inches, west 00
feet, Borth 20 feet to beginning, $8000.
Marble edifice, known as Duprez & Bene
dict's Opera House, and lot, east Bide of Sev
enth street, between Market and Arch streets,
89 feet front, 100 feet more or less deep,
$24,300. It was sold subject to a mortgage
CEKTMNUL OF SIR IT ALTER SCOTT.
The Statue 1m Central Pork -A Great Ob
itrviac of th Evtat to bo Made.
The various Scottish societies ot this cltv will
o the 15th of August next celebrate the centen
aial of the poet aud novelist, Sir Walter Scott.
Already several thousand collars have been sub
scribed towards the erection of a suitable statae
in bis saemory, and the following named socie
ties Late formed themselves into an organiza
tion to complete the necessary arrangements:
The St. Andrew's Society, tie New ork Cale
donian Cluh, the Hudson County Caledonian
Club, the Thistle Benevolent Association, the
New York Burns Club, the Brooklyn and New
ark Caledonia Clubs, and the States Island
It bas been resolved that the portrait of the
novelist with which the statue is to be adorned
shall bo a fao-imile of that oa the monument
in Prince's Gardens. Edinburgh. The statue will
be oi bronze, and will represent Scott In a alt
t'ag pesitinwlth his favorite staghound Malda
at bis feet. It will be eight feet six inches cigb,
and will bo placed on a superb pedsstal ot Aber
deen granite. The cost of it is estimated at
t!5,0GO to 120,000.
The Central Park Commissioners have graated
the committee the privilege of selecting any site
they please in the park for the statue, aad it hat
been resolved to lay the corner-stone on the 15th
of AurnsL when as manr as possible of the
Scottish societies will parade in Highland cos
tume. jy. T. Evenig rott.
fOLlTlCS PIT THE PL4ISS.
New Combination and Mereuients In
From tht San FranrUc Bulletin, May 87.
Every one Is tolerably conversant with late
occurrences in Utah. The Gentile miners and
tber inhabitants, who are s,ulte numerpus in
the Territory, have finally become alive to the
sltuatloa, and, with trowing numbers, have
gained confidence. They have discarded all the
party ties of Republicanism and Democracy,
which divide the people elsewhere, and have
aaltee themselves Into a Liberal organization,
for the purpose of promoting the election of
aitl-Mormen members to the next Legislature,
and of supporting the United States authorities
in enforcing the laws of the country. To this
end the nucleus of the organization known as
the Territorial Central Committee of the Literal
party held a meeting in Bait Lake City on the
20th instant. J. Milton Orr was appointed
chairman, and Judge Splcer, secretary, when
the following resolution was unanimously
Rt.Molvtd, That county or district committees in
each district of the Territory are requested to hold
a convention, for the purpose ot appointing Coun
ctlmen for the nsxt Legislature, on the last Monday
of June 2th), U7i, and to report such nominations
to the chairman of this committee, and also what
assistance, IX any, they may need for election pur
poses. A committee was appointed to prepare an ad
dress to the people ot the Territory, previous to
the August election; and it was also decided that
the Fourth of July should be celebrated with
gy- PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD COMPANY,
Philadelphia, May 2, isn.
The Board of Directors have this day declared a
semi-annual dividend of FIVE PER CENT, on the
capital stock of the Company, clear of National
and State taxes, payable in cash, on and after May
Blank powers of attorney for collecting dividends
can be had at the office of the company.
The office will be open at 8 A. M., and close at 8
P. M., from May 80 to June S, for the payment oi
dividends, and after that date from 9 A. M. to 8
P. M. . THOMAS T. FIRTH, ,
5 8 8m Treasurer.
J. k L. L. BARRICK'S LEGITIMATE
Tailoring Establishment, No. 41 S. TENTH
Street, where you can get the best suit for the least
money. Where, furnishing yonr own material you
can have It made and trimmed exactly right. Price,
fit, and workmanship guaranteed. A good stock
always on band, to show which is no trouble, and
to sell the same at rates not .to be excelled Is our
highest ambition. 8 8 tuths26t
HARPER'S LIQUID HAIR DYE
Never Fades or Washes Out,
will change gray, red. or frosted hair, whiskers, or
moustache to a beautiful black or brown as soon an
applied. Warranted, or money returned. Only 60
cents a box. Sold by all Druggists. 8 83 tuthsOm
THE UNION FIRE EXTINGUISHER
COMPANY OF PHILADELPHIA
Manufacture and sell the Improved Portable Fire
Extinguisher. Always Reliable. ;
g 80tf No. lis MARKET St., General Agent.
PILES. DR. GUN NELL DEVOTES HIS
time to the treatment of Plies, blind, bleed
ing, or itching. Hundreds of cases deemed Incura
ble without an operation have been permanently
cured.- Best city reference given. Office, No. 81 N.
ELEVENTH Street. 418 8m
THURSTON'S IVORY PEARL TOOTH
POWDER is the best artlole for cleansing and
preserving the teeth. For sale by all Druggists.
Pnce 88 ana bo cents per bottle. li a stntniy
DR. F. R. THOMAS. No. 911 WALNUT ST..
formerly operator at ine uoiton Denial Jtooms.
devotes his entire practice to extracting teeth with
out pain, witn rresn nitrous oxiae gas. u hi
r DISPENSARY FOR SKIN DISEASES, NO
S16 8. ELEVENTH Street.
Patients treated .gratuitously at this
dally at 11 o'clock.
FAMILIES RESIDING IN THE
We are prepared, as heretofore, to supply families
at their country residences with EVERY DESCRIP
TION OP FINE GROCERIES, TEAS, Etc
ALBERT O. ROBERTS,
Corner ELEVENTH and VINE Sts.
JAMES W. HAVENS,
IMPORTER OP FOREIGN PRODUCE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, .
No 904 WAJLnUT Street,
UOOKINC OLAS3E8, ETC.
NEW ROGERS CROUP,
"RIP VAN WINKLE."
All Chromrs sold at 88 per cent, below regular rates.
All of Pi ting's, Hoover's, and all others.
Send for catalogue.
ALL NEW 8TYLE8,
At the lowest pi Ices. All of our own manufacture.
JAMES 8. EARLE & CONS.
No. 81 CHESNUT BTRKET.
rj ELL'S ENCYCLOPEDIA, DICTIONARY AND
U GAZETTEER ltt WOW COUPJJITE, IN :
59 PABTS, AT 50 CENTS PER PART.
ZELL'S HEW DESCRIPTIVE HAND
Atlas of the World,
First two Parts now ready, to be complete in 15
Parts, at oo cents each. Experienced agents Wanted.
T. ELIW00D ZELL, Publisher,
Nos. IT and 19 South SIXTH Street,
8 S3 tUbSm PHILADELPHIA.
a. d I
NOS. 823 AND 831 SOUTH BTREET,
FANCY AND MOURNING MILLINERY, CRAPB
LaSles' and Misses' Crape, Felt, Gimp, Hair, Satin,
Silk, Straw and Velvets, Uau aud Bonnets, French
Flowers, Hat and Bonnet Frames, Crapes, Laces,
Bilks, Satins, Velvets, Ribbons, Bashes, Ornament
and all kinds of Millinery Goods.
BARLOW'S INDIGO BLUE IS TnE CHEAPEST
and best article in the market for
It does not coutain any acid. ,
It will not Injure the Qnest fabric.
ltl8pUtPl,TBI?RRH4 1HC MTOKE,
No. til N. IsKOoND btreet, PhlnKtelpUla,
And for sale by most of ihe Grocers aud DrutrirlsLs.
The genuine has both BARLOW'S aud WILT
PF1;KK name on the label ; all others are OOUN-
will color more water thun loux times tn earn
For the Government and Protection of
the Department for Supplying th9 City with
Section 1. The Select and Common Councils
of the city of Philadelphia do ordain. That if
any plumber or other person shall, without a
permit from the Register of the department for
supplying the city with water, introduce a fer
rule into any public or private pipes, or form
any connection or communication whatever
with raid pipes, or break ground for that or any
other similar purpose in the public streets or
alleys, or introduce or nse a ferrule of a larger
diameter than is specified in such permit, such
person so offending shall forfeit and pay for
each and every such offense the sum of fifty
dollars; and for every day's continuance of such
offense after notice th sum of one dollar. And
no plumber or other person guilty of any of the
said offenses shall be entitled to receive any
permit for the introduction of water on any
premises whatever until such penalty shall be
Section 2. Every person tint may be supplied
with the water from any of the city water works
from a branch to be hereafter connected with a
private pipe, shall have a suillclent stop-cock
affixed to the said branch, as near as conveni
ently may be to the private pipe aforesaid, so as
to stop tbe supply ot water inrougu ids saia
bianch when requisite, and not interrupt the
supply to other persons having the right to nse
the pipe with which such connection may be
formed: and every person who may hereafter be
supplied with water from a private pipe having
a brancn or orancnes connected inerewun as
aforesaid, shall in like manner have a sufficient
stop-cock affixed to such private pipe, above the
said branch or branches, for the purpose afore
said; and in case of neglect or refusal to have
such sufficient stop-cock ailixed as aforesaid,
every person so offending shall forfeit and pay
the sum or nve aouars.
Section 8. All plumbers or other persons em
ployed to lay branch pipes, communications
with private pipes, or private pipes having a
branch or branches as aforesaid, or to alter or re
pair scch branch pipes or private pipes as afore
said, are required and enjoined to affix to such
branch pipes ana private pipes sumclent stop
cocks with proper openings to the same, walled
up and covered as hereinafter mentioned, nnder
the penalty oi ten dollars lor every neglect
Section 4. Over every stop-cock hereafter
placed either within the limits of any footway
or in the manner hereinbefore specified, there
shall be left an opening of at least three inches
square, which shall be walled np with brick or
stone and securely covered with the same kind
of material or with iron, in such manner as that
the situation of the said stop-cock may be readily
distinguished, which covering, if placed in any
public street or alley, shall be even with the
surrounding pavement; ana n tne owner or oc
cupier of any building, lot of ground, or pre
mises into which the water may have been in
troduced, shall neglect to comply with this pro
vision, or shall knowingly suffer such opening,
if in any public street or alley, to remain un
covered after notice to such owner or occupier.
be, she, or they so offending shall forfeit and
pay for each offense the sum of ten dollars.
section o. Any person or persons seuiag
water or offering the same for sale shall forfeit
and pay a penalty of five dollars for each and
every such offense.
Section e. Ail permits nereaiter issued tortne
introduction of wash paves shall contain a pro
viso that the same shall be constructed so that
the water may be checked by a stop-cock in the
street, and any person who snail construct, or
cause to bo constructed, a wasapave withoat
having a stop-cock that may be used from the
street, shall be liable to a penalty of twenty dol
lars tor eacn aid every sucn oaense.
Section 7. That washpaves snail not be used.
for any purpose whatever from the first of May
to the first day ot uctober in each year, between
the hours or s o ciocr a. m. ana 7 o ciock r. m
nnder a penalty of five dollars for each an
every such onense.
bection s. That no permit snail issue for the
introduction of the water or the extension of
any pipe used for the conveyance of such water
in any premises nntil tbe owner ot such pre
mises, or his or ber authorized agent, shall
have given bis or ber consent thereto in
section u. mat ail persons wno may mtena
to discontinue the use of the water shall
give notice thereof to the Register of the
Water Department, at tbe otiice ot the Regis
ter, on or betore the tnirtieth day ot JNovem
ber in any year, and on their iauure so to do
shall be chargeable with and pay the whole
rent for the year next ensuing.
Section 10. In case information shall be
lodged with tbe Chief Engineer of the Water
Woiks, ot tbe actual or probable evasion or dis
regard of the provisions ot any ordinances re
lating to the distribution of water in any build
ing, lot of ground, or premises into or through
which pipes for conducting a supply of water
may be laid, it shall and may be lawful for the
(Jhlel engineer ot tne water works, ana sucn
other persons as may be lawfully empowered for
the purpose by the unlet engineer ot the water
Works! to enter at all seasonable times in such
building, lot of ground, or premises, for the pur
pose ot examining tbe pipes ot conduit, ana
ascertaining whether the same, and the cocks
or fixtures thereof, are in proper order and re
pair, and for cutting off tbe pipes of communi
cations wnere aenuquencies occur in we pay
ment of tbo water rent; and any person who
shall obstruct or oppose either of the officers
aforesaid, or other person duly empowered as
aforesaid, in making such examination, shall
forfeit and pay for each offense the sum ot
Section 11. The said Chief Engineer, or the
person authorized by him as aforesaid, shall be
authorized to inquire at any dwelling or other
place where any unnecessary waste of water
proceeds, into tue canse oi tne same, ana u saia
wante proceeds from waut of repair in the pipes
or other fixtures, and if tbe owner of said
dwelling or place shall neglect or refuse, upon
twenty-four hours' written notice being given,
to have the necessary repairs made forthwith,
the Chief Engineer shall be and he is author
ized and empowered to shut off the water load
ing to such place or dwelling, and any person
who shall let on tbe water betore the necessary
repairs nre made shall forfeit and pay the sum
of five dollars.
Section 12. If any person shall permit tbe
water to flow unnecessarily from any part of a
private pipe or the fixtures thereof, on his or
ber premises, or the premiees by him or ber
occupied, either within a building or enclosure,
or ou any street, court, or alley, such person
shall forfeit and pay for each offense tbe sum
of five dollars. And in all cases where several
premises receive a supply of water by branches,
hydrants, or other fixtures uniting with a
private common pipe, each and every person
who may so receive the water shall be bound
to keep such common ripe in repair, and lu
case of waste by a leak or leaks therefrom,
shall be severally liable for the penalty above
liiliicted; and if at any time it shall be neces
sary to repair a private pipe within the limits
of a cartway of any public street, court, or al ley,
a permit f ball be first taken out - for so doing,
aud the expense for repaving shall be paid by
such owner or occupier.
Section 13. Whenever an attachment of a pri
vate pipe is required to be made to tbe iron
inaiD, notice thereof shall be given to tbe Chief
Engineer of the department for supplying the
city with water, one day, at least, previous to
breaking tne ground tor toai purpose, aud the
said Lblet Engineer shall provide and I uruUh a
ferrule of a size for which a permit has been
granted, and shall shut off the water to drill tbe
opening into the said iron main and insert
therein the said ferrule: aud the sum of two dol
lars as compensation for said ferrule and service
stall be paid to tbe Register nerore said service
shall be performed. Provided nevertheless.
That the sum of two dollars as a compensation
for said ferrule and service shall not be required
from such persons whose ferrules have been or
shall be detached In order w lay tne iron main.
Section 14. A31 private pipes couveylne tbe
water shall be laid tbe same depth as the public
main In the street from said main to the stop
cock ot said private pipe on ibe foot way,
otd five feet if lead l'ij of not more mua
one-oighth of an inch in diameter larger than
the ferrule must be laid between the ferrule
and any iron or other larger pipe used to
supply the premises: and every plumber or
other person employed in laying such private
pipes shall for each neglect ot the provisions
herein contained, be fined the sum ot five
dollars, and be liable for the expense incurred
in takirigup ana relaying said private pipe of
the required depth.
section lo. in case any piumoer or otner per
son shall open or close any of the public stop
cocks of tbe pipes of couduit in tbe streets.
Ithout being duly authorized by the Chief
Engineer of the department for supplying the
city with water, he shall forfeit and pay
tne sum oi ten aouars lor each , ana every
Section 16. Not more than one house shall
hereafter be supplied with water from one fer
rule, except by special permission, and when
ever two or more bouses shall bare been thus
supplied previous to the passage of this ordi
nance, and any one of such houses shall be
delinquent in payment of water rent, or have
leaky fixtures on the premises, it shall be lawful
to cat off the supply by detaenmg the pipe of
the delinquent or leaky premises nutil the leaky
fixtures are repaired, the delinquent rent and ail
expense of detaching and reattaching paid,
without any liability or claim whatever against
tbe city by reason oi sucn snutimg ou ei tne
Section 17. All persons who may be supplie d
with the water from any of the city water works
shall keep their own service-pipe, stop-cocks,
and apparatus in good order and repair, and
protected from frost at their own risk and ex
pense, and shall prevent all unnecessary waste
of water, and it is expressly stipulated that no
claim shall be made against the city by reason
of the breaking of any service-pipe, or service
cock, or from damage arising from shutting off
water to repair main or make private connec
tions with the same. i
Section IS. In all cases where the water bas
been turned off for non-payment of water rent,
or for violation of any of the provisions of the
ordinance, it shall not be turned on again nntil
all expenses attending the said turning off of
tbe water, together with the rent and penalty
that may be due, be paid; if it Is found that the
water bas been turned on again without compli
ance with the above requirements, It shall be
lawful for tbe Purveyor to cause the ferrule to
be drawn, and it shall not be Inserted again'
until all back rents and penalties are paid, and
five dollars for drawing and replacing the fer
Section 19. Any person or persons who shall
open and use any fire-plug for building pur
poses, street sprinkling; or supply of shipping,
or shall permit any plug to be so used by any
person ia bis or their employ for any purpose
whatever, except in case of fire in the neighbor
hood, without a permit for that purpose, shall
forfeit and pay a penalty of five dollars for tbe
first, and fifteen dollars for each offense there
after. ' i
8ection 20. Any person or persons who have
been permitted to Introduce npon his, her, or
their premises afire-plug for the protection of
their property from fire who shall use or permit
the same to be used for sprinkling or washing
the yards or street, filling wells, boilers, tanks,
or for any purpose whatever except its legiti
mate use for the extinguishment of fires shall
forfeit and pay a fine ot twenty dollars for the
first offense, and upon a repetition of said
offense, the Chief Engineer shall be authorized
to detach the connection of said plug from
the main, notwithstanding the cost of the in
troduction of the said plug was paid by the
Section 21. Any person who shall obstruct the
access to any fire-plug, stop-cock, or other fix
ture connected with the supply of water to the
city, by placing thereon stone, brick, lumber,
dirt, or any other material, or who shall permit
any such material to be placed thereon by those
in bis employ, shall be subject to a penalty ot
twenty-five dollars for each offease, and an ad
ditional sum of ten dollars for each day the
same shall be continued after notice tor the re
moval of such obstruction shall have been
served, and pay all expenses' of removal. Aay
carter, teamster, builder, fireman, or other per
son doing damage to any fire-plug, stop-cock.
or other fixture connected with the supply ot
water to the city shall incur a penalty of five
dollars for each offense, and pay the cost of
repairs made necessary by reason of the damage
Section 23. Any person or persons allowing
water to flow into and from any horse-trough or
other fixture used for watering horses when not
in actual nse, shall forfeit and pay a penalty of
five dollars tor each aad every oaense.
Section 23. w bene ver It shall be considered
necessary to accurately determine the quantity
of water used by manufacturers, distillers, hotels
or other large consumers, otber-than , private
bouses, the Chief Engineer shall attach meters
to the several pipes supplying the premises, to
which meter tbe officers of the Department shall
have access at all reasonable times, as provided
bv section 10 of this ordinance.
Section 24. Whenever any person shall discon
tinue tbe use of the water agreeably to the pro
visions of this ordinance, it shall be the duty of
the Register immediately to make a report
thereof in writing to the Chief Engineer, who.
on receiving the same, shall cause the ferrule of
such person so discontinuing as aioresaia to be
detached from the pipe of conduit.
Section U5. whenever any person enau notiry
bis intention to discontinue the use of the
water, bo shall pay to the Register of the De
partment for supplying the city with water, for
the charges of dutachlug the ferrule from the
pipe ot conduit, and the expense of repaving
over the water-pipe, as follows, to wit: Where
tbe ferrule is detached irom a puouc irou
conduit, two dollars and fifty cents; and until
such payment is made he sbail not oe permitted
to discontinue tne use or. tue water aioresaia.
8ection 2G. All persons desiring to sprinkle
tbe streets from carts must, upon taking out a
permit for tbe same, give a bond, with approved
security, in tbe Bum of three hundred dollars,
guaranteeing to pay the expense of any repair
made necessary ny reason ot aauiage aono . io
tbe fire-plugs by the parties employed in said
sprinkling; and any such parties neglecting to
use spanners for tbe opening oi tbe plugs, or
leaving them open after using them, shall forfeit
and pay a penalty of five dollars for each and
Section 27. The penalty for each and every
violation of this ordinance shall be recoverable
as penalties of like amount are now receivable
Section 23. This ordinance shall go into effect
from and after the first day ef June, A. D
lfeTl. and all ordinances, or parts thereof,
inconsistent with or which are supplied by
this ordinance, be and the same are hereby re-
6 HENRY HUHN,
President of Common Council.
Bbwimin II. Iliims, .
Clerk of Select Council.
SAUUEL W. CATTELL,
President of Seleet Council.
1 Approved this first day ot June, Aano
Domini one taoasand eight kindred aad
seventy-one (A. 1). 1S71).
' DANIEL M. FOX,
6 61' Mayor of Philadelphia,
COMMON COUNCIL OF PHILADELPHJ A
I j Clerk's Offics,
Philadelphia, June 2, 1871.
In accordance with a resolution adopted by
tbe Common Council of the City of Philadel
phia on Thursday, the first day of June. 1871.
tbe annexed bill, entitled "An ordinance to au
thorize a loan for tbe constructloa of culverts
and for police purposes," is hereby published
for public information.
Clerk ot Common Council.
TO AUTHORIZE A LOAN FOR THE CON
8TRICTION OF CULVERTS AND FOR
Section 1. Tbe Select and Common Councils
of the City of Philadelphia do ordain, That the
Vayor of PbiWelpnU be and be is hereby
uuiti ri.td to boirow at not leos than par, on
IIil- crtU:'. ul lie v'ty frc-ia time to tlin four
hundred and twenty-five thousand dollars,
to be applied as follows, viz:
First. For, the construction of cul
verts, one hundred and tweaty-flve thou
sand dollars. Second. For the purchase of
f round and the erection and extension of build
dki for Police Station-houses, three hundred
thousand dollars. For which interest, not to
exceed the rate of six per cent, per annum,
shall be paid half yearly, on the first days ot
January and July, at the office of the City
Tressurer. The principal ot Bald loan shall be
payable and paid at the expiration of thirty
years from the date of tbe same, and not before,
without the consent of the holders thereof; and
the certificates therefor, in the usual form of
the certificates of City Loan, shall be Issued in
such amounts as tbe lenders may require, but
not for any fractional part of one hundred dol
lars; or, if required, io amounts of five hundred
or one thousand dollars; and it shall be ex
pressed in said certificates that the loan therein
mention, and the Interest thereof, are payable
free from all taxes.
Section 2. Whenever any loan shall be made
by virtue thereof, there shall be, 'by force of
this ordinance, annually appropriated out of the
Income of the corporate estates and from the
Bum raised by taxation, a Bum sufficient to pay
the Interest on f aid certlfiatcs; and the farther
sum of three-tenths of one per centum on the
par value of such certificates so issued shall be
appropriated quarterly out of said income and
taxes to a sinking fund, which fund and its ac
cumulations are hereby especially pledged for
the redemption and payment of said certifi
cates. , ' - .
RESOLTTION TO PUBLISH A LOAN BILL.
Jiesolved, That tbe Clerk of Common Council
be authorized to publish in two daily newspa
pers of this city, dally for four weeks, the ordi
nance presented to Common Council ou Thurs
day, June 1, 1871, eutitled "An ordinance to
authorize a loan for the construction of culverts
and for police purposes;" and that the said
Clerk, at the stated meeting of Councils after
the expiration of four weeks from the first day
of said publication, shall present to this Council
one of each of said newspapers for every
day ia which the same shall have been
made. ' 62 24t
STREET THKATB E.
AND ON SATURDAY AFTERNOON,
: iS TBO i
VAGABOND OF THK KAATSKILLS,
RIP VAN WINKLB.
THE POEM BY WASHINGTON IRVING, '
ILK l T DONATION BY JEFFERSON.
A fine cki -: characters, scenery, and effects.
Sale of seats six days In advance.
JOHN DREW'S ARCH BTREET
Begins V to 8 o'clock.
MONDAY, AND DUK1NO THE WEEK,' .
LIN A EDWIN,
AND HKR ENTIRE COMPANY. :
from LIN A EDWIN'S THEATRE, New York, nnder
tne aireciien or
MR. GEORGE CLARE.
will appear in the beautiful drama,
with appropriate scenery, music, etc
J AVENPORT'8 CHESNUT STREET THEATRE.
THIS (Tuesday) evening, June ,
WILD OATH. .
E. L. DAVENPORT as Rover
A BULL IN A CHINA SHOP. '
WEDNESDAY EVENING DAVENPORT STAR
COMPANY IN A GREAT BILL.
COMPLIMENTARY BENEFIT TO MB, E., L.
SIMPSON'S NEW MUSEUM AND MENAGERIE
N. W. COR. NINTH AND ARCH STREETS.
Open dally from 9 A. M. till 10 P. M.
POSITIVELY LAST WEEK
of the great sensation or the day, the "
pronounced by the press, public, and medical faculty
to be the only wonder or the worW. -
EVERY EVENIJSO, WEDNKiDAY and SATURDAY
WHISKY, WINE, ETCU
TyiNKS, LIQUORS, ENGLISH AND
SCOTCH ALES, ETC.
The subscriber begs to call the attention of
dealers, connoisseurs, and consumers generally to
his splendid stock of foreign goods now on hand, of
his own Importation, as well, also, to his extensive
assortment of Domestlo Wines, Ales, etc, among
which may be enumerated :
600 cases of Clarets, High and low gr&deB, care
fullv, selected from best foreign stocks.
iuu casus oi bnerry wine, extra quality or finest
100 cases of Sherry Wine, extra quality of finest
25 casks of Sherry Wine, best quality of medium
Darreis ecuppernong wine oi peat quality, ,
50 casks Catawba Wine "
10 barrels - mpdlnm ornAa i
Toe ether with a full buddIv of Brandies. Whiskies.
Scotch and English Ales, Brown Stout, etc., etc..
which he is prepared to furnish to the trade andcoa-
Burners generally ia quantities that may be re
quired, and on the most liberal terms.
P. J. JORDAN, t
6 Btf No. 820 PEAR Street,
Below Third and Walnut and above Dock street.
CAR&TAIR8 & McCALL, ,
Bo. 126 Walnut and 21 Granite Sts..
IMPORTERS OF '
Eracdies. Wines, Gin, Olive Oil. Etc.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN . :
PURE RYE WHISKIES,
IN BOND AND TAX PAID. W
HARDWARE. ETO. '
S4'7B Per Keg. .
These Nails are knows to be the best In the market
All Walls, no waste, and cost 'no
more than other brands. ,
Each keg warranted to contain 100 pounds of Nafls.
Also, a large assortment of One Hinges, Locks, and
Snobs. Salld Bronze, suitable for first-class build
ings, at the great 1
Clteap-ror-Cash Hardware Store
J. D. 81IA.IVNOH ,
1 14 tutbaS No. 1009 MARKET Street
WATONES, JEWELRY, ETO.
GOLD MEDAL REGULATORS.
li. W. RU8SBLI.,
No. 22 NORTH SIXTH 8T11EET,
Begs to call the attention of the trade and customers'
to the annexed letter:
"I take pleasure to announce that I have given to
Mr. O. W. RLHHELL, of Philadelphia, tue exclusive
sale of all goods of my manufacture. lie will bo
able to Sell them at the very lowest prices.
First Manufacturer of Regulators,
P. OWEN A CO,
rT COAL DEALER,
riLBELT 8TKLKT WflAfiP
WLTON WILLOW StrietrSra
W-f WAR BURTON'S IMFROVBD VENtIiat
m'Wf M&SS HATS fnan.H?
HATS (patents, tn mil
btreet, rext d(r to the Pot 0"