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ALL'S Will, I,
PY HARRIET M'rvm RIMRA1.L. .
The day is ended. EreTwrtk to sleep ,
My weary spirit seiks-ivpesu in Thine:
lv T ,orcive tnv trefi'ft.scfi, and keep
1 hie little life of mine. ,
With lovinir kindness c mum thoti my bed,
And etiol in rest my bmnint? pilprlm-feet;
i y pardon be the pillow lor my head
Wo shall my Bleep be sweet.
At pence with all the world, denr Lord, and Thee,
No feaM my soul's unwavering taith can shake,
All's well ! whichever nhio'the nave for me
The morniDg light nny brak!
I For Additional Lnrat Items see Fifth Page.
AUOTHRtt FlRtMAN'8 RlOT SKVEK A I.
Persons Sevkrsxy Injured. Hpfore daylitrht
yesterday mornine a rope-walk, near Moya
mensinjr avenue and Tanker street, was set on
tire, seeminely with the intention of drawing
certain Are companies to that locality. Tne
Franklin Engine tympany drew their carriage
down Third strict, and when near Greenwicn
an attack was made upon them. A numoer of
pistols were Bred, whtah drove the members
from the rope, and lorced incni to leave the
carnage in possession of the attacking party.
It was then hurried to a lot near Front and
Dickenson streets, and maliciously broken.
Police officers afterwards got possesion of it
and returned it to the owners. In the attack
made upon the Franklin two of the members
received tlieta wounds. One was shot in the
hand and the other in the arm. fo arrests
Henry Gcntz, who is deaf and dumb, and
belongs to tue Kratikltn, was shot in the head
and arm. He was taken to rho Hospital. TheCnief
Ennineer of the Fire Department examined into
the matter yesterday, ana ctrae to the conclu
sion to suspend the Franklin aud SbiiMer com
panies tor the present.
Inquest. An Inquest was held on Satur
day on the body of Ciiarlcs Steintnctz, who died
from the effects of a stab indicted in a quarrel
with a lad named Franei Jumes.
Several witnesses testified that a game of base
ball was biing played on the ground on Wil
liamson street, near Second, when Kraucis
James and several companions npppitreil at the
entrance to the grounds. The deceased 'a-ked
one of the young men if that (pointing to oue ot
them) v.as James, and ou receiving auafiirma
tive answer he struck and kicked James, aud
both fell to the ground, ttie deceased being on
the top. When the two were parted it was
found that Steinmetz was stabbed. He was
taken home, where he died on the 2'Jth ultimo.
No one saw the nlow indicted, but. a witness
stated that he saw a knife in the hand of James
be lore l.e was struck.
The jury rendered a verdict that the deceased
came to his death from aslabintlii tedby James.
The accused was committed to answer.
Drowned. The Coioncr held an inquest
on Saturday on the body of Jaaies C. Koble,
eight years old, who whs drowned in the Dela
ware, at Shackaniason street wharf. The
parents of the lad reside at No. 121 All?n street.
Frederick Lakemeyer, proprietor of the
Smith's Island restaurant, and of a lager beer
saloon at Carter's alloy and Exchange place,
was drowned on Sarurday night in the Dela
ware, below Chesnut street. Mr. Laketneyer
was about to cross to the island in a small
boat, accompanied by a son ot the late pro
prietor of the island, and in stepping into it he
missed bis footing and dropped into the water.
Young Smith leaped after him, anl made every
effort to save bun, but was unsuccesslul. De
ceased was about fifty years old. well known
among the German residents of the city, and
much esteemed. The body was not recovered.
Light Fingered. A young man, who
gave the name ot James Mason, was arrested on
(Saturday evening, on one of the Fourth street
cars, in the act of stealing the watch of Mr.
John Williams, who resides In Catharine street,
below Third. Mr. Williams discovered the theft
before the thief could slip the watch to a com
panion, and seized the thiet, holding on to hitn.
The fellow then threw the watch out of the
window. He was handed over to the Fifth Ward
officers, and had a heariug yesterday at the
Union street station. He was committed by
Alderman Butler to answer.
A Large Theft. David F. Borgernus
was held on Saturday by Alderman Dougherty
on the charge of stealing $230. Deteudant. it
was alleged, went with complainant to a house
in the western part of the city, where the latter
became intoxicated, and while in that condition
the robbery was committed.
Suicide. An unknown man, aged about
Jilty years, and dressed in a genteel suuol black
was found yesterday morning near the farm
house on the Almshouse grounds. The top of
his head had been blown off by a pistol, which
was found in his hand. No papers or marks on
his clothing could be found that would give a
clue to his name or residence. The Coroner
held an inquest, and took charge ot the body.
Accident. Yesterday morning William
(Jreenman, aged thirty years, fell from a third
story window of his residence, No. 400 N. Fifth
street, and injured himself so seriously that he
died in a short time.
Fall. John Sitter fell from the roof of a
building on the Haverford road, at Fortieth
street, and broke his collar-bone, besides other
wise injuring himself.
The Romance of Sign-Boards. The most expen
sive sipn ever painted, appears to have been one
by Clarkson, a picture of Shakespeare, for which
be was paid $i00. Besides this, master, and
Hogarth, whose "Man loaded with mischief" is
still to be seen at No. 414 Oxford street, signs
were painted bv John Baker, Charles Catton,
John Baptifct. Cipriani, Hamuel Wale, Richard
Wilson, George Moieland, Ibbethton, David Cox,
the elder Crome, Harlow, who appended to his
production the initials of Sir Thomas Lawrence,
Sir Charles Koss, Herring, and Millais. Great
men of lonner age:, also, are known to have
painted sipnt. In the Museum at Basle,
hi Switzerland, there are two pictures of!
a, school, painted by Holbein when tourteeu
years old, lor a sign of the schoolmaster ot
the town. "The Mule and the Muleteer," la
the Sutherland Cullectioo, is suid to have
been painted for Correggio as a sign for an
inn. A similar le&end is told about the
"Young Bull" of Paul Potter in the Museum of
the Hague, in Holland, watch is reported to
have been painted lor a butcher's signboard.
"Tbe Chaste Hnsannah" (la Chaste .Suzanne)
was formerly a fiue stone bas-relief in the Rue
Aux Fevps, Paris: it was attributed toGoujou,
and bought as such by un amateur. A nlater
cast of it now occupies its place. Watteau
executed a sign tor a milliner on the I'ont
Notre Dame, which was thought suilicieutly
good to be engraved. Horace V cruet has the
name of having produced some signs in his
younger days; and there is still at the present
time atlgnof the White Horse, in one of the
.villages in the neighborhood of Paris, which
is pointed out as a work of Guericault.
According to the list ot bigns in Lotrion for
the year 18(14, the most common is the "King's
Arms," of which the authorseimmeratoMD. Next
in order comes the "Red Lion." 73. This U an
heraldic sieu. Doubtless it originated with the
badge of John of Gaunt, Duke of Lancaster,
married to Constance, daughter of Don Pedro
the Cruel, King of Jou and Castile. The Duke
bore the liop rampant gules of Leon as his cog
nizance, to represent his el aim to the throne of
Castile, when that was occupied bv Henrv de
Trastamare. In after yeats it may often have
been used to represent the lion of beothtud.
The favorites of sign-boards afford ample scope
for the moralist. Perhaps Henry VIII has had
a greater share of this kind of posthumous
glory than any other man. not even excepting
Shakespeare. He Is moreover the oldest
whose portrait is at ail authentic. And he has
lasted well down to tun prebent day. Many a
' K1hk' Head" f till shows traces of "Mull KLd
THE DAILY EVENING ' TELEGRAl.rilJLlDELriU , MONDAY, SI iPTMBER 3. 18CG. 3
Hal." The authors have hit nnon the trnri
renson. ' His personal appearance, doubtless,
nioie than hU character as a king, was at the
bottom ot thts popular favor. He looked the
personification of Jollity and good cheer, and
when the evil passions expressed by his face
were lost under the clumsy orosh of the sign
painter, there remained not hi n' but a mrry,
'becry-looking' Bacchus, eminently adapted for
a public-house sign." Perhaps only one sove
reign In the world ever gave origin to so absurd a
sieu as "Tumbllng-down Dick," an honor which
belongs to Richard Cromwell.
Mr. Edmund O'Konrkc, better known as Mr.
Falconer, who was formerly manager ot Drury
Lano Theatre, London, has just passed his last
examination in bankruptcy. He had been
eleven weeks In prison, and. as there wn no
opposition on the part of the creditors, the de
sired order of discharge was granted:
There were 178 divorces In Sb.ii Prnnoittrn
NEW CHESNUT STREET THEATRE.
CIIE8N UT Ntreet, above Twelfth.
ww. k. a.cu Tj.
Doors ones at 1 15. Cumin rises at 8.
MONDAY EVr.NI nu. Heptember ,
OKANI) OrESlNOOF THK
RF.OULAIt FALL AN 1 WINTER BEA80N
The Management am nrmiinA i. k- -.ia .nnnnn,.A
that thoy bare secured the services of Uie dist nguisbed
. , VE8TVALI, .
who will commence a
iAKEkVKI.T. P.lJflK.'KT '
appearing for tho Brat time In this city, In her great, lui-
In the beautliul flay. In five acta, entitled
FAZIO; oil, '1 HE 1 1 Al IAN MFR.
The Performance will consist nf 1aaii Mllm.'. h.in.
tlful 'irugedy, lu five act entitled
OR. THE ITALIAN WIFK.
Supported by tho
UTItENUTrl OF THE; NFW COMPANY.
To conclude with the 'avoiito Faroe
RHOTHlK BILL AND MR.
In which several favorite, will appear.
aiukd.y A r I e. rn JON, Heptember 8.
. GKAND FAMILY .MATINEE.
A L N U T S T RE ET THEATRE.
. f ALL SU WINTER SKASON.
MK J. S. CI ABKE
FOK MX MOH'fS ONLY.
MONDAY KVEMNU. Heptember 8,
In two ol hie popular charaeteia.
Miciiuan s Drimaut rumen y in two acts, or
with a distribution of i he characters which
CANNOT HE Hlikl'AHhKI) IN AMEH1PA
Mr J h. (LAKKKm lioli ,lirai
Hr. J.H. Hobcru as Falkland
sir. c Waicot, Jr., ax Captain Absolute
llr. W A. C hanmon aa Sir Anthrmv
Mr O S. Fawcctt as hlr Lucius O'lrlKgor
Mr. J. M. liarron an fa)t
jn ibb Aume urauam aa. .lU'lu
M-8. C. Waicot an LydiffXaiiKUith
Mlis flic lloruinn a-J lucv
juts w. A. i nanman as Mrf. Mnlunrmi
To conclude wlih
8 31 BOX BOOK OPEN.
MRS. JOHN DREW'S NEW ARCH STREET
'1 HEATKE Begins at quarter to 8 o'cloi'k.
FlltaT VVr LK. OF . lit HEAeON.
1MR8. JOHN' DREW
MKS. JOHN liRI- w
in a new Piny.
.MUJiDAI AND RVKHT NIGHT,
, Westland Marston's iircat Play of
THK FAVOHITK OP KOBTIT'TR
Hester Loriington Mr, JDHV DREW
BL riUKI hi) BY THIS FULL COMPANY.
Tmi i he present. Scene The Is'e of Wiirht.
FKIDAY Berellt of Mis. JOHN DRKff,
MOMaY Mr. and Mia. W J. F'LOK ENCE.
Prices as usual. MeatB secured six da a In advance.
NEW AMERICAN THEATRE WALNUT
Street, above Eitrbth.
H A. fcAKNSBA w sole Lessee and Mnnnr.
UBILLIANT eUOCESS OF THE CHARMING
SOPHIE. IEENB. AND JfWStF.
who. durlnK the Daat week, have henn noplvf1 mt iv.p.
performance with the greatest applause ana delight
secona week or tne popular comedian.
MK. T. L. DONN ELLY.
MONDAx AND TtJK&DAY EVENINGS,
8i'ntAtntap S nnrl i.
will be presented tne juiry extravaganza, by J. R.
Plunche, Esq.. entitled
IHt 1NVIMIHLI5 fKlNLES
OR. Til INLAND OF TMANgUlL DELItiHTS.
To conclude with the Great Local Drama, entitled
THE FIREMEN OF PHILADELPHIA:
OR. THE BROAD STEEET HEIRESS.
"XfEW ELEVENTH STREET OPERA HOUSE,
0- ELEVENTH Street, above OHESNCT.
"THK FAMILY KICSOKT"
OPEHI FOK TIIK SKAW1.
CARM HOSS Al DIXElr'S HI I N STIHT.I.S.
the Great 8 tar Troupe ol the World, In their GK AND
ETHIOPIAN SOIKEES, RONG. DANCES, NEW
oioLLektttn. ana f laa iai iuh (J.rit..
uoon open ai i o ciock. commencing at h o clock.
8 3U 3m J. L. CAKNiBOSa, Manager.
LARGE HALL. TENTH ani CHESNUT Streets.
MR. KOHERl HKLLEU'd
GRAND OPENING NKiHT.
f" THIS (JloLday) EVENING, Bcptember 3.
with an entire new piogramme.
MATINEE EVEHV 8ATUEDAY.
Doors open at 7. Commence at 8.
Admission. 60 centa. Secured aeats, 75 cents. 9 3 6t
'1 he active members are h.rebr notiflod that the
reuu sr weekly meetinjis lor practice will be resumed on
THURMnY EVENING, be ptem ber 6. 186 , at 8 o'o lock,
at the Maanerclmr Ua 1. No. 316 DILLWYN Street.
Punctual attendance is requested. Amatenrs deslriag
to join are cr tally invited to attend, or call upon tue
WILLIAM WOL8IF.FFER, Conductor,
8 21 24 28 31s4 6 til No. 217 VINE Street,
LARGE, WELL LIGHTED
ROOM. ON THE SECOM) FLOOR
"Evening Telegraph" Building,
No. 108 South THIRD Street,
With or without stfBin power. Apply In the
oflice, first floor.
ON THE SCHUYLKILL.
The beautiful Intle steamers
SILVEU WAVE AND SILVKU STAH,
Now running from Fairmount to Falls of Schuylkill,
whl leave Fairmount aa follows, viz. : At 7 W. 8-0-5. 8 50,
9 38, 10-20, 11-0J, 11-50 A. M. And at 12 33, 1-20, 2 05, 2 SO
8 35, 4 20, fi-05, 8 60, and 6 35 V. M.
Returning, leave the EalU at 7-20, 8-M. 8-50, 9-33, 10-20
11 05, 11 50 A. SI. j and 12-38, 1-20,2-05, 2 50,3 33,4 20, 4 05
5-50, and 6-38 P. M.
FARE. To Laurel Hill and the Falls, 15 cents: Colum
bia Bridge or Washington Retreit, 10 cents. Excuroloc
Tickets to Falls or Laurel Hill, 28c. Picnics and Sundaj
Schools taken at a liberal reduction. 5 9.p ws
CT THE GOVERNMENT HAVINO
vEKlf pramed me lectern-patent lor mv moite 'ol
aiiiulnlHterlng M'roun Oxide Una. by Which I bavu
exirncieu uiuor imiunauus or leem wriooui pain, l am
JUHtltNd In UHnertlLH thut It is both saler and superior to
any other now In use.
DR. r. L. MUNNS
21 6m No. 731 SP C UCE Street.
CAMPHOB TROCHES, N.
JZr PxuMv rnnaUn et '
a ZLT O L B II A ,
Vv 4, M,Folor,O.H.HUe,DraMU, Ac .
QKAND NATIONAL CONCERT
FOB THE BENEFIT Or THB
SOLDIERS' AND SAILORS'
NATIONAL ORPHANS' HOME FUND,
mmR ACHPIOKB OV THK
SOLDIERS' AND SAILORS' UNION,
WASHINGTON, D. C,
AT UKOVER'S THEATRE,
On Thursday Evening, August 2, 1866,
THURSDAY EVENING. OCTOBER 11.
3CO.0CO Tickets will be sold at each
75,CG0 Preterits Awarded, valued at $250,000
$25,000 of the Projits to be given to the tfol
diers' and bailors' National Orphans' lloma
Fund, $2500 to Vie Washington Mais and
Female Orphan Asylum. The balance, after
deducting expenses, to be paid to the Trea
surer of the Soldiers' and Sailors' Union.
Washington, D. C.
Oue Present to Kvery Four Tickets.
TICKETS CAN BE OBTAINED FROM
OWENS & CO.,
Military and Naval Law Oflice,
Ko 527 CUESSUT street, Opposite the State House,
Alro sent to any part ot the country ptompily bymall
LIST OF rBR8ENT8 TO BE AWARDED.
1 hree-story Brick renldence, n street be
tween hlxth and Seventh 818,000
1 Toiee-siory Urlclt residenco, ..ecoi.d struct,
near E 10,000
1 "hreestory brick residence, Tenta street,
between M and N T g OTiO
1 IwoHtory ltilck residence. Tenth street,
between M and Is' 6.000
1 Two Ktoiy Lrick residence, Tenia street,
between ti and 5 001)
2 Fine City L ts, on Kevenih street, north.. 4,tH)
1 bDieniilci Carriage, Hoises, and Harness
comule-e , 4,000
1 Pplenald Diamond ltliiK 2,000
1 Set I itninonds complete (Pin, .bar Kings,
and Hums l,ofl
1 Grand Piano (Stelnway) 1 6(H)
1 HUid Silver Tea Wet 1,000
10 Grand Pianos, 8600 each 6 t'UO
10 Grand Pianos fSIIOeach 5i(HI
H'0 (ients' Gold Watches, 8'00 eucb 20 000
60 Ladles' Uold W atones 1'5 each 6 2M)
8 Grand llclodeons, 2t(l each ' l.tM
t;0 A nicncan-casebllvcr W atches. 675 each.. 6.000
75 hunting do do 40 each.. 3,wW
80 Diamond Blngs, 6100 to 8200 each 7,500
25 liiamond Plus. K100 eavo 3,500
40 Sewing Machines, 8IO11 each 4 Oi.O
?0 do 875 each 1 500
10 Silver-plated Tea Seta i5 each 1 500
HO SI ver cantors, 825 each 1,200
5,000 Clocks, AibuuiH, Jeweliy, Ac, 85 to 810
c-acb....- 27 000
!H-J!?2 Teft,aV,a '1'"ul? sPOon- o.Vi2 to 5 each'.". 25000
10,010 Gold Pens, sleeve Buttons, Ac, 81 to 83
each 14 000
49,453 Books, cutlery. Engravings, Ac, 81 to 810
, Total $'250 000
1 he awards will be made after the l oncert on the
stage 01 the theatre, where three thousand persons can
witness 1 1. A committee will be appointed by the audi
ence to superintend thesame.
Primed lists or a wards win be published and sanpl'ed
to Agents and Ticket-holders. Par.le having tickets
will retain them until alter the awaida are made, and li
their numbers appear In the list, thev will torward their
tickets Immediately, with mil directions aa to the ship
pingot goods or ieed 1 lor the property. Tickets lor
sole at all the principal Hotels. Book, and Music stores
in the city, and at the Headquarters, In the Mammoth
air Bu ldlng lor the benefit ol the soldiers' and Sailors'
atlpnai Oiphana' Home Fund, comer 01 Seventh street
and Pennxyivanla avenue, Washiugton, D. C.
'I he lurecturs appeal to tho liberality of the people to
give this enterprixe their klnu support, and thereby
assipt in re.levlng the wants ot the orphans ot our fallen
CAKD. A large number of ticket remaining unsold,
lUwill be necessary to postpone the drawing until
THUBSDAY. the 11th of OcteiW 180, at which time it
will positively occur.
The many swindling schemes that have been pre
sented to the public during the past tew months, some
what delayed our gales, until we were able to satisiv
the peop.e throuvhout the country tuat this enterpilse
was genuine, and soiely lor chuxitab.e purposes, iho
Directors are contldent of the sale of everv ticket, and
have allotted sutltclent time to guarantee the saieii
without any further postponement
MaJ. H A. HALL. Pres. Soldlera' and Sailors' Union.
Col. CHAH. E. CAPEhARf, i
w'illIam SkSb;"'. M""""ng Ptora
TBKASfBT DEPASTMBNT, )
OPF1CH OF iNTkUNAL HKVENCE,
,k,.. . Washikoton, Juneau, 1S66. )
Whereas H. A. Hall and oihers, as "Manang Direc
tors'' ol the ''Grand National Concert,'" to be held m
V, ashington. 1). v on the d of Aui-ust next have maoe
due application to l. C ephan, Collector of Internal
Beenue lor the Collection District of the DIslriTot
Columbia, jor permission to ho:d a lottery, rattle, ot
gilt enterprise, and presented to him satisfactory ivi
auce that the p.oceeds of said lottery, raJne"or gli
enterprise 111 be devoted to charitable uses. permLslon
i".ri' F""' 10 tab Directors' hod
such lottery, ratlie. or girt enterprise ree from ai.ch. rite
TJlSSZl lTiTJ"J or .llcen". n respect to such lottery
raffle, or gilt enterprise. X A. BOLL1 NS, .
We refer, bf permlaaion, to
alajor-General Wlnfleld H. Ilancock, V B A
General Hubert C Schenck, 11. c Ohio
General II albert E Paine, M. C , Wis '
Geuerai John H. Kotcham. M. C, i Y
General James U. Blunt, Kansas
Geuerai J. ti. Hcndriok, Iowa.
General D, C Moi allain. D. C.
General O V Haytun, N. Y.
Hon. Thomas W. Kerry, M. C, Mich.
Hon. Georne Lawrence. M. C., Penna.
D. O. Forney, Esq. . D. C.
Major J. t . Dougnty, N. Y.
Hon. Richard Vt ai.acli, Mayor of Washington. D. C. '
H.m. Heuiy Vt lison. II. b M
Hon Wllilam D Kellcy, 11. C Penna
Hon. Keilian V. Whaley.M. C. Wesi Va.
Hon. E ben C. Ingerso 1, M. C, 111.
Hon. Henry C. Denting, M. C , conn.
Hon A. H. I aflln, M. ('., N. Y.
Hon. Leonard Atyera. 11. C, l'enna.
Hon. William A. Newell. M, c.. S.J.
Hon George W. Julian. 11. C . Ind.
Hun. rHephen F. Wilson. M C. Penna.
Hon. J. B. GiinneH. M C Iowa.
Hon. B. F. Vt ade, U. S. Senator. Ohio
Hon U. lt.Latliora 11 C, W. Va.
Hon. llenj. E. Wllsoii, M. C Ohio.
(ien. Hoys M. , Ohio.
W illiam E. Owens, Esq., Philadelphia. H 16 tot
VALKK8 (LATE MILLION'S) WISTER
GA KDEN Nos 7M-72H VlflE Htteot.
GKAD IKSTRUME.xTaL CONCERTS
By two large and efficient Orchestras.
Ann FVEHY NIGHT. In connexion with our
EiCELHIOH STRING BAND,
a Brass Band, cornptising tne best Artists in the city
OPEN FOR THP. 8EA8OV.
Our spacious Summer Gurden, artistically laid out
with Shrubbery. Kountauis etc
IS THE LADIES' 8ALOOV,
Especially set apart lor F t 1 1LIES, the best of Creams
aud other ReireshtnenU will be served. b ibi
GYM NASI TJ.1I
FOR LADIES. GENTLEMEN, AND CHILDREN,
N. E. COR. OK MATH AM) ARCH 6VKKE1S
The Institute, which again has been greatly Improved
lor theiconiing season, la now open tor aubscrlptioat all
dav and evenings.
Bodily exercise Imparts health and strength, and Is
highly recommended to both sexes and all ages,
Terms for Instruction. 3 monibs 'W
Terms lor Mali-practice. 1 monih ti0
For particular! send for a clreular or give us a call.
-8 --f rroimsors HILLEBBASu LEWIS
THE PIANOS WHICH WE MANU-
til factor reoonimend aheuuulvaa. Wa uromlae
w oar patroua clear beautliul tuuea, alogant workman
ship durability, aud reasonable priooa, combined with
a tujl (uurautee. For sal only al ho. lull WALNUT
M UNION PIANO MtNUFACT JJIQ CO.
WAT CHEK JEWELRY ETC.
FlU GOLD WATCHES.
To Sojourners in our City.
We call special attention of the solourners to oat cltv
FINE WATCH AND "lILVEnW.inE
W. W. OASSIDY,
No. 1 fiouth SECOND Street,
Who has on hand one ol the finest assortments ot Jow
e ly. etc., of any in the city. A splendid assortment ot
eiLVEPWABE ALWAYS ON HAN O. Remember
V W. V. CASSIDY.
8 ItS No. 13 South SECOND Street.
d. RUSSELL A CO.,
No. J2 North SIXTJt St.,
Having Increased their facilities for
FINE WATCH RKPA111ING1,
Invite the attention of the public.
All work warranted for one year. ;526
I ' f II 1
WATCHE3 and JBWELiiY ?.r? UVJ:;).
-12? CTiostnat Bt.,vi1 !t-
Owing to the decline' ot Gold, has made a tre.t re
duction in price of his large and well aborted stock o
The public re respectfully invited to call and examin
our stock before purchasing elsewhere. 2 is
SILVER AJSD PLATED GOODS
Most Superior Workmanship,
No' 704 ARCH STREET.
The undersigned (lat "f fie famous Rogers Bros
ttanntaciurlng Company) repectally anuounoe tha
. " ,ja,ye opened a new and oeautliui store lor the salt
ot BI LVi K and I'LATEl) WAKE, at No 704 AKCB
htreet Onr long experience as manulacturers wn
enable ns 10 keep nothing but flmt-cla.a Goods and
tlio-e who may patronize our store will find ourplated
geods lai supeiior to any ever Imported, and our eus
tomers n sy rely on the goods being precisely what ther
are represented to be. v
8 26S BOWMAN A LEONARD.
WATCHES, JEWELRY, &c.
A lull assortment ol above goods constantly 01
hand at modetate prices the 11 uaical Boxes plarini
FARR & BROTHER, Importers,
No. 824 CHESNUT STHEKT,
11 Ilsmthrp Below Fonrth,
. KO-k A t V, w r . . -. 'iT
Uanufacta and Dealer in
815 . Solid Silver-Ware.
JOHN BRE N IN AN,
DIAMONDS, FINE WATCHES, JEWELR1
Etc. Etc. Etc.
8 20$ Fo. 18 8. EIGHTH BlKT,rhilada.
THE EYE AND EAR.
THROAT, LUNG, AND CHEST DISEASES
CATARRH AND ASTHMA,
Disordered Functions ot
THE DIGESTIVE ORGANS
MORB1IJ AFFECTIONS OF TI1E LIVER,
WEAKNESS OP NERVES, AND GENERAL
DEBILITY OF THE WHOLE SYSTEM,
Treated with unprecedented success by
1)R. VON MOSOIIZISKER,
No. 1031 WALNUT Street.
.,T,'f fol'owlDB OENTLEMEX. who have lately been
cured under thu treutment of Dr. VON iUOailW.v
.1, - "v,ei klud! Peituittod hliu to teier to ihem, und
d fSfi'y r test.monv to the amount 01
kElsEHl derived Irum his TKI.AT.MEN I :
"vftPl'KX. 1'. w Wamut street.
, ,:-,'. '.".",' i"'i irou street
v 1 ' 1 ,i 1 ml i v' V ' 25 Surih seventh street
f lOBiu r V -tr v. .UU! Mk.0l Btriet
J.tOOPElt. isu.i.0 lliun hFriit.iF.
llT. DA VI llKl X. VV rtrtw,w v j. ... .
1 r.ciK' v; iir . .
streets w auu tnesntu
V' w tUll 'lNi.-U- Si,A- i'rl street.
Iilslric't'' ''' Assessor 01 the Second
Put,1i1c1HchoolSi", r,BidCUt the -teen.u Warn
Hcv. 8. U. HARK, Philadelphia Conference
Hundreds ol other umnes, a.l persons who wou'd he
car.ium toiibcieiitlotts to whom they would permit tho
ii dorement ol tlielr nanu s at) be examluud ii l.ii
OFFICE, No. 1031 WALii LT Street. lJU"D1"uu ut
Dr. VON MOSfHZIsKEK asserts with the utmost
cumdeuce tnai his sys em 01 treailuu Li nTi
IllKOAT. CJ1EHT IMsea.es. ,f!ATA HUH. AS Til AI A
1111U all mulauies of tho dioslIVe orunu. by tho ue oi
the AlOMil.lt, Is me only rellulJe oiieV Klnco the
introduction ot this system cases have been brmiuti?
10 bis on ce. No Hill WiLM'T Kireot 111 2h
every other possible means huve ocen irultleasl n.
P oyed, Dut rendi'y yielded to his trcauncnt
ILe A'lUMlZElt isao AliAKAll'H constructed on
scleutiiic prinelples, which, by a niochaulcal arrauutt
iiieni, either by atmohphenc preBnun; or siuain, con
verts any medio lie Into a fine tl'KAY, and readl v
conveys it Imo the bltONCHIAL 1 UBI-.S o,- LUGs
v. lib the liEf-PlKATOKY tUKBEHT. The medicines
suliimtted to the action of this APPAKVl'US lose
110 liiiiK ot their (UE'I('AL VALUE, as In other
lift rflrutmna. Itiif ir. v.ralv.il Int., !, utviu.
'sY. OltOANS ill their lull MEJiui.NAL
MJKiili.aL urr.miHiMi un this ISIE
AIL KUHOK'AL O fE RATIO NN on the Eyes, such as
L'atiiract, Artlilolal Pupil, Cross Eyes, etc., sklliu ly
peiiurmed. 7 liirp
UNAUULT SKATED LIQUORS ONLY
HI CHARD PENIMTAN'a
NO. TOTTOEHNUr HTKEET, '
Nearly OoiiMits tha Post Once,
Fsmllio. MnnliAiL Initvaa .tTuui tl,a f!nnntrv nromntk
attended tl. l
I. JOHN XTKIAR THniiknn tv.... - .
Indenture Of n ortiape ol the propetiy hi relnnlter de
scribed execnted by tne Tyrone and t leartleid Railroad
I eninanv, to ne as moitaaee In trust to secure the
payment of i principal and In-erest ot bonds ol said
Company tct.ia amount of i3o,(MHi which mortvaxe Is
datea tlie Ul day 01 November. A 1). lsso. and leoordod
lnthetfl.ee lor Kicordlna lieedg. etc.. In and tor the
county of Klalr on the Bth nay of November A. 1.
U6t. In WortcaKS HoOK 'B," pa(s i07, lftH, urn. 110, and
Hi, do herebv alve notice tnat default having been n ado
lor more than ninety daa In the payment of the Inte
tr.i tluennd demanded on the sain nouns I wlli. in uumi
ance ot he wnttn leouert 10 me directed of the
lioicets of mote than fl teen iliotisnml t'.ollurs In amount
01 the ald bends and by vir.ue of the power eonierred
uj en u.c m tl at respect by th snl 1 mort.aac exiu.se to
l ublica e and feu to the highest and best bidder bv
1. HOJIAS A Ov 8, Au tloneeis attt.e ITIILADEL
I rlA 1 , liANOE, In the Cltv ol l'hi'adclphia on
1 laiuoiy, the nth day ol September. A. I. lHij npon tha
trrti.s snu ci Dciit cn. herelnalter stated, the whole 01
the sniu a erl.ktd premises, viz. 1
1 le wi,oie 01 that section 01 the Tyrone end Clear
feld I nllroso . irom lb point 01 Intersection with tue
I'ri.i.svlvsi la Hal road, at or near lytone 8tntlon iu
liluir ouniy to the point ot connection w itli the
vraued line oithe said Tyrone and Cleartrld Hailroad,
known nnd decimated as "The Int. rsce'lon," being
about Ihre e miles and one n.narter (rotn the Pernio 1
vania ltal tcad at 'iyrono tailun, as the same Is now
cur stroi ird. 'oaether with all and BinuHr the rail
ways rails t.ililuef, tenees, iprlvtenes. riuhta. ami a I
n a propett'- o everv description acquired bv and be
lonaiDR to said companv, adjneeut to orconnected wltn,
or pn ir.e lire ol said section o' three and one ouarter
milts ot rond. and aa the tolls Incomes, issues and
profits to be derived ar.C to srl'e from the sumo and
a I the lands ued and occupied for railways, depots
or stat ona between said pomu on said section oc threo
rnd oue-gunr ei ml ea wltli all building standing
thereon or proenrea therefor
All the lands, railways, rails brioces, culverts, trestle
works ttol I ouses, coal houses, wliarves, tences. rights
of wny, oiksliops niachincry, stanons, depots, depot
arounds. woim. masourv, and other superstructure,
leal estate naiidlmis. and Improvements ot whatever
na'nre or klnu apperta'nina or beloiiK'ni: 10 the nliove
mi ntloned pioperty and to iho said section 01 the said
Tyrone and C learned Itnllroaa and owned bv said
(cnipant in connection thcreitlth.
'1 he said secilun 01 the Tyrono and Clearfield Railroad
extending from he point ot interaction of the snid Ty
rone and Clearfield liallroud wtih the Pennsr vunla
Knliroad to the point ot ooniiectlun villi the uraded Hut
01 the said 'I yrone and Cleartlela It'tiiroad known aud
as '"J he Intersection." is about 3H miles In lenttth. t
TEEMS OF SALE.
tit' 000 of the purchase monev o be paid in cash when
te prtpeny Is struck off, and the balance wlthiu twenty
PAY.VtKNT on account of the suid bulance
of purchase money, to the extent ot the
dividend thereoi payable on the bonds se
cured by the raid moniiare and the matured coupons
of said bonds, may bemaue in the said bonds orcoupons;
and II the uivhiend is less than the actual sum due upon
the said bonds orcoupons. the toideni mnv retain tins
session ot the suid bonds and coupons, on receipting
to the salu 1 rnstco lor the said dividend and endorsiux
pa ment 01 the same on the said bonds or coupons..
1'pon the putcbase money rielrp paid, as aforesaid,
the said ttnstce will execute and deliver a deed of
conveyance 01 the premhes to the purchuser or pur
chasers in pursuance of the power couierrcd upon liiin
by the said mortuaiie.
Any iur her intormation In respect to said sale, or
premises may be had upon app icatiou to the under
siincd 'IruHlee, at tho oftice 01 the Hetinsvlvaniu hull
road Company. No. 23H H. 1 bird street l'nlladelplua.
JOHN EDGAR TIIOMHON, 'I rnstee.
No. 2:W 8. THIRD Street.
M. TnOMAS & ONi Auciloneers
Noh. l;l9aud 141 M. FOl 11 1 II Street.
6 II ir.3m Philadelphia.
WHEREAS, THE GREAT W ESTERS PETIlOLKl'M
AND REFINING COMPANY,
Of 6t, Louis, Missouri, '
Did, on the fhteentu day of March, A I). 18 convey
to the nndeislgncd, as Trustee, the lands and premises
hereafter described, te secure the pay ment of a certain
promissory note made by said Company, and beailujr
even date with Bald trust deed, lor the sum of thirteen
thousand dollars, pavable to Charles W. Ford, or t j his
order, ninety days alter the date thereof, with lawiu
interest, and also to secure tho repayment to suid Ford
of Buch moneys as be might expend In sending- trom 4t.
Louis aforesaid suitanle persons, to be selected by him,
to examine the lands in said deed described, and to In
vestigate the titles thereof; such expenses to be repaid
within ninety days alter the date of said deed.
And whereas, it was In and by said deed provided,
that in case the said Company should make default
10 the payment of the moneys secured by said note, or
In the pty m nt of the expenses of sending such aneuts
as slorcsaid, wlih interest, that the said 1 run tee might
proceed to sell the property In said deed described, or
any pait theruof, at Public Vendue, to thi highest bid
der, at the east front of the Court House n it Louis,
or cash, first giving twenty days' public notice of the
time, terms, and place of said sale In some newspaper
printed In St. Louis and In Philadelphia.
And whereas, default has been made id the paymeut
1 of ta moneys secured by said deeds Notice is there
fore hereby given thut the subscriber, as uch Trustee.,
will, OU the FIFIH day ol EPfEMIiUK A. D
Eighteen hundred and sixtt-six between the hours of
twelve and one o'clock P. M., sell at Pub. lc. Vendue
to the bidbest bidder, lor cash, ihe lands In said dood
mentioned and which are described as follows
Flrt one equal undivided one sixteenth part of all
that certain pleue or parcel o lund, si mate in sue tow 11
ship ot Harmony. Veuam. county , aud State ot Penn
sylvania, bouuued and doscrloed ai lollows :
Beginning at a white oak, thence by land ot Daniel
Flemiua north one-huif degree, est one hundred aud
thirty-ctgiu and two- tenths perches to a post; thenoe
by land toimeriy 01 Wlillatu Nelli. north eighty nine
uegrees, west oue hundred And nineteen pereuos to u
post a lid stent t thence by the lesiuue 01 thesame tract
(w arrantouto James tlunntsi su h one decree wist
eighty one ana a hall perches 10 acliesteut; ihence
by the same south e'uh.y i.lne uegrees. east eiirhtv four
perches to a reu oak. ihence by tneuon by th-same
south one depree. wtstflitv six and a half perches to a
bite oak. and ihence by the same south eiubty iiiue
oegreea. east thirty eighi perche to the pluce ot begin
ning, containing seventy acres, eleven percues. and the
usual al'owance 01 six per cent.be the tame more or
less; It being part of a la. ger tract ot .und which wa
surveyed on warrant to James Quilnvs, dated theltti
day ot February, IIPT. aud conhimeo unto the said
James Huilnga by patent irom tbe Commonwealth 01
Pennsylvania dated the 14 h day 01 August A D 1HM
as in and by the same enrolled in Patent Hook H, vol'
i'i. peao 132, will more tu.ly appear; aud conveved by
tbcsald James bulings to Joliu White by deed dated
theUbcayot Aurcu A. D. IMS aud recorded in the
kecordci's Oftice ol Venango couutt,iho flth itr 01
June A li. 184B In Deed Mook k, pare 268 and con
veyed by the aklJelin Whlto to Harvey e. tastou. bv
deed dattd April 11, ltiuo. '
The alorcfaid one eiiual uixlivided one-sixteenth nart
otihe above ucscrilied seventy acres, eleveu porche
and the usual anoyance 01 six per cent, bv suid trust
need conveyed was conveved subject in common wit t
tbe other owners tueieoi, 10 all leasee which were upon
said lauds at the fine o the execution ot the said dceu
irom John Wliito to Ua'vcv h. i-anion, and all ienes
utiou any purt thereof, and u 1 t"c ii;Mitrol the lessees
ghen and granted at the time 01, or prior 10 the execu
iiou of uic said Ueed to barviy ti. i-anton.
Second And a no ailtLe undivided it:artor-excep'iug
he oue acre on which au oil well i nearly completed,
which is not inuluoed in said deed, neither the acre of
und nor the well thereon of thut tract or parcel o
und siiunle, ylnir, and helium the township ot 1 io-hei-ta.
lu the eoumy ot Venango, ami "iatoor Pennsvl
vuiuu, bounded and deaenbeu at lollows viz ; -heicln-utug
at a post mi thu east bunk 01 1 'one-ta crecu at
the corner 01 land 01 Henry k.isur. tlienco by and 01
suid Riser east scventv neivhes to a post and tne :
ilit tice by land 01 Keuneduy south ouo buuiitvn and
ii men two per. lies 10 a 11. aide; tlicuco by land ol Junn
Weumoith weatoue huudnd aud thirty perches .0 11
chesnut; thence by and ot 'I owner uLd Hiett, no-tli
sixty iwopeiclies to the buna or"i iouesiu crock; thence
up said cieek north twenty-five degue- eutit. ojo liuu
died aud eiahteen and a half perches to the place ot
lioMiiLiug. contaii luv 0110 liuudr,l und thirtv ucres
more or m s ; being iho same PMiiises lormerlv ownel
bv hamuel Hunter, nnu conveyed ov W J. Huutor atid
i-uiuuei nuo wite, 10 ui uteu u. l.utitwtll. aiu by nul l
i;eul,ln Lt. Haldwin to tleor.e 1. Lincoln, by uced
dated the eleventh day ol February A. D. tbU-V.
It Is iiniKrrtood by and bttwtcn the parties to slid
deed, that tlie ur.mtee 111 said deei Is, ou a division of
suid lariirwnei.ever lui.ilo, to huvo one lourth ol ihe
' mire lanu, but not to have any purt 01 the acre ubu.L.
Third And also, the undivided sixteenth purt In com
mon o thut other tuiei or 1 c; if lund, situntj iu tne
ti.wnnliip or ( ornpiunler In sa.l county oi euaniro
known as loci, icd In tract, number one h nuurcii u ni
twenty-cuo 1I21). of the fiollimu Lund ( oilman 1 's laud
or lug 11 purt 01 lieynulds' larui so culcd, bounded un i
described 111 lollows i-
I.rglnolng at a post In the nnrlh ilni ot sald'ract
No. 121. n a pelm US 1-1" perches west ot the uortlioat
corner 01 saldttaci It ben.g the nortv.wet corner a' said
lurn. ; ineneo southwuidh alimr the west iiueot s ild
farm sixteen rui's to a ost ihence eu-Hvartily and
para loi with lie nonli line ol ih who e tram tiny rods
to a post; ihence northwardly and pu-ailel with the west
.Ineoi the twin s xleeu rods to a post In 1 lie north line
ot suii! ract; tnd tlienco .cst alon said I ne nitv rods
to lite place ot begiiiulng containing nve acres of land,
be the. same mora or lees, and known oh .Murdoch aud
I'ESKKi, ' 1 fuennau'aname being printed
"object lo all outstanding 'eases on said premles
ma e by Sherman and Omld It being the m ention of
said deed to couvey one-Bixteentb lu common of ihe
luno in Interests and one siatevntn of tha rents to bo
ncelved 'rotn said premhw already '
1. R. FRANKLIN RALEY.TrnatMrn a enrt.ls lailtin.
lure ol Mortrne. of the irMieny herelnalter dnserlbeo,
executed by the Tyone and Clearfleld Bailroad Company
to m. as niortitSkee In trust, lo secure the Dai meat of
tbe principal and uitereit Of honua ot said Company to
li e an omit ot SSOriOO. which inoitgage is dated tbe 1st
day of February, A. D. lHtl, and recorded in the office
lor recording deeds, etc.. In and for the county 01 Blair,
on the 4tb day ol February A. I).. 1H61 In martcage
book H. pape 118 etc.. and In the oftice lor recording
deeds, etc.. In and lor the county ot Centre, on the fti
day ot February. A. D IWil In mortgase book E, page
4(H). etc.. flo hereby elve notice lhai deiauli hairng been
made for mote man ninety ('ays In the payment ot the
Interest due and demanded 011 tho said bonds, I will.
In pursuance of the written request, to me directed,
of the holders of more thsn 20,i 0 In amount ot the said
bonds, and b virtue ot the power con errea noon me
n thai itspect by the said montane, expose to pub le
tale, and sell to the hlahest and best, bidder, by M.
1HOMAP . HOM4. Auctioneers at the PHII.ADEL
HIa 1X1 HANOE. In the ct y 01 Phllad.lphla on
Thursday. IheTltb dny of Heptember. A D. lHt, npon
ihe terms and conditions herelnnttcr stated, the whole
of the said monraved premise and trancbiaei. Tlx. s
Ibe whole ol ttrat tectlonoi the Tyrone and Clear
field lliillioad from 1 yrone station. Klalr countT. Penn
sylvania, to Phllilpsbnrg. in Centre cotiBtv. Pennsyl
vania, as the same la row construoied, toredier with
all snd singular the railway s, tal a. cross-ties, chairs,
spikes Iron, timber, bridge, fincea. together with all
real property 01 every description acquired by and lie
longing 10 said Conpany appurtenant to said- road,
and all the rlehts, liberties, privilege, and corporate
itanchlrta ol said toad and company and all tbe tolht.
Income. Issnes. and profits 10 be derived and to
arise irom the same and all the lands used and oeeu
pled lor rai way ilepoto and stations between said
rjywlih all buildings standing thereon or procured.
All the londs rnl.ways ml e. bridges culvert, tre
t e works, tool hoiisrs, coal-bouses wharves, lenee,
rights 01 way, workshops, machinery sttlon. depots,
depot krotjuu, woirs masonry, ami other supemtrue
tute. teal t state bulldims. and Improvements of
w hatever nature or kind anperUlning or belomrlng to
tlie above-n.entldned pronerty and to the saM aoe'ion s
01 the said 'I rone and Clearfle d Railroad, and owned
bv s aid I cnipany In connec Ion iherewlth, and all the
rlehis liberties oiivilegug, and corporate franchises of
said roao audConipanv.
1 he said section of the said Tyrone and Clearfield
liallroad extending ftom said tyro Station Biair
ci 11 my . to and hroiiiih the boionuh of Pniilipeourg, In
Ceutro county , is about 23S mi es In ength.
10.C0O or the pmchaso uion, v to be paid in cash when
the ptoperty Is struck oil, and the balance wiibln twenty
Pay incut on account of the said balance of purchase
money lo the extent of the dividend thereof payable on
the bonds secured by the said m rtuatie and the matured
coupons of the said l ends, may be made in tlie said
bonus or coupons; ana ll ihe div.dend , Is less
than the actual sum due upon the said bonds
and coupons, the ho dots ttuv retain possession
01 .he said bonds and coupons on receipting to the
raid trustee lor the said dividend, and endorsing pay
ment ol the same on the said bonds or coupons.
I pon ihe puiclinse-money belug paid as aforesaid, the
Trustee wlil execute aim deliver a deed of conveyance
ot the premises to the purchaser or purch isem. In pursu
unco ol the power couiorred upon hlin by tbe said
Any further Intormation In respect to the said sale o
premises may be hud on aopllcation 10 the andcrslsiied
'ltustee. at l.is oflice, No. 42 South IHIKD Street, rn the
city of Phliadclph'a.
R. FRANKLIN RALEY Trustee.
1 No 42 -outh Third street.
M. XHOVAH A HONS. nJfloneers,
6 11 mJm Nos. la:) and 141 South FOURTH Street,
I, JOHN El'GAR THOMSON, Trustee In a ceitaln
Indtutute 01 Mortgage of the pioperty herelnalter do
scillicd executed by the Tyrone and ( leaitleld Kaliroad
Company to me, as Mor gagee In Tiust, to secure tbe
payintiitol the principal and Interest ol bonds of said
Company to the amouni ot 2iJ i fO which Mortgage la
dated the 12tn day ol .May A. D. 1.V), and recorded in
the ofl.ee lor 1 cording deeds, etc . In and for the county
of Dlulr, on the 1Mb. duy 01 a-oy, A D. lbSa, in mortgagis
book A. pages &13-4-5-6-7 and H, rnd In the oflice lor re
cording cteus. eto. in and lor the county 01 Contra, on
tho I2ih duy tt Way, A D. lH.W In n.ortgage book E,
page 1(0 etc , do beteby give notice that deiault havlr
litoii made lor more thun ninety Ohvs In thu payment of
the interest due and demanded on the said bonds, I will,
iu pursuit nee Ol the written itquest to me directed ol the
boldeis ot more than Mioiiv In amount of ibe said
bonds, and by virtne of the powet conierted upon me In
that respect by the said worigbge expose to public sate
and 81 11 to the highest and best bidder by M. I HOM ' 8
A SONS. Auctioneers, at the PHILADELPHIA EX
CHANGE, in the cltv ol Jhlla'-eluhia. on Thuradsy, the
Situ day of September. A D. lt-Sli upon the terms and
con ditions herelnalter suited, tho v ho e of the said
mortgaged premises, viz. 1
The whole ot that section of said Tyrone sod Clear
field Ruilroad Irom the point of Inieisectlon with tho
'1 yrone and Lock Haven hollrond near Tyrone, lllalr
county. Pennsylvania to I hltlipsbuig Centre county,
Pennsylvania, as tue same Is now constructed together
with al aud clntu ar the railways, rails, hrnlges,
fences, privileces, rights and all r "al property of
eierv desciljiiion aciuired by and biojglng to said
Compant.and all the tolls. Income. Issues, and profits
to be dt lived and to S'lfe from the same, ana ad the
lands used and occupied lor ruilways, depoti, or sta
tions between said poln's. with a 1 ihe buildings stand
tug thereon or procured tberetoi.
All Ihe lands, rnllwavs. raits, bridges, cnlverts trestle
works, toot houses, coa. houses wharves, tenor, righto)
of way, workshops, muchinerv. stations, depota depot
grounds, works, maonrv, and other superstructure,
teal estate bulldlufts and Improvement 01 whatever
nutuie or kind appertaining or belonging to the above
mentioned ptoperty. and 10 tho said section of said
Tyrone and c icurfle d i.oliruad, and owned by said Com
pany in connection tberewl h
'j be salu section of tne Tyrone and Cleatfleld Railroad,
exterding from ibe Intersection 01 the 1 vrone and Clear
tlela Railroad with the railroad ormerly belonging to
the l.vrene and Lockbaven Kaliroad Company, but now
to tbe Bald Eagte Valicv haiiroad Company, is about
20 miles in length.
TEuMS OF SALE.
10,tX 0 of the purchase money 10 be naid in cash wticu
the ptoperty is sttuck off, and the balance within 20 days
PaI M ENT on account of the said balance of purchase
monev, to the ex ent of the dividend thereof payable
on tbe bonds secured by the said mortgage and the ma
tuied coupons 01 the said Imnds.mav be made in the said
bouua ot coupons; and It the dividend Is less than Uie
actual sum Que upon the Bald bonds or coupoua, the
holders may retain possession 01 the said bonds and
coupons on receipting to the said Trustee for the said
dividend aud endorsing payment of the same on the said
bonds or coupons.
Upon the purchase money being paid as aforesaid, the
Trustee will execute and deliver a deed 01 conveyance
01 the premises to the purchaser or purchasers in pur
suance ot Uie powet conlerred upon hini by the said
Anv lurther Information In respect to said aal, or
ptem'lses maybe had upon application to the under
sivned Trustee, at the oflice ot the Pennsylvania Hall
road Company, No. 23U H. Third street. Phi.sdelphla.
JOHN EDGAR THOMSON. Trustee,
No. 238 8. THIRD Street.
M. THOMAS A SONS. Auctioneers,
t 21 mf4m Nos. 13 and 141 8. FOURTH H roct.
rji U U BIEES1 SALE. : 1 "
Whereas, THE ORE At WESTERN PETRO
j.tl M AND KEl'lMNU COMPANY, of St Louis,
Mo, dld,ou the Twenty -third day of January, .v. D.
Eighteen huudreo anil sixty-six, convey to the under
signed, as 1 rustee.the lands and premises herelnalter de-
scttueu, to secure lue paymeut 01 a. cerium protnlte'orv
note, made bv said Company, ana bearing even date
with said trust .eert, tor the sum of ten thonsaad tbree
buuurtd dollars, payable to cHARLEs W. FoRD, or
to ills oioer. one day a ter the date (hereof, with lawful
interest; and a so to secure the payment to Bald Ford
01 all other money s which he might, rrotn time to time,
advance to tuiu 1 onipuny, at Its requeet, with Interest.
Aud whereas. It was lu and by said Trust Deed pro
vided that, iu case the raid Company should make
deiault In the payment ot the moueys secured by said
note, or in the payment 01 any other moueys thereultur
to be novsticed by the said Ford, with interest, thai the
said 'trustee iiiight proceed to fcell t: e property in said
deed docribed. or anv part thereof at pub lc vendue to
tho highest bidder, at the eust front ot the Coart House
In ht Louis, lor cash, hist tlvlng Bixly days public
notice of the tune, terms, and place ot said sa e. by
advertisement In some newspaper printed in bt Louis
and In I'hiladetphia
and w hercas, Default has been made in the payment
of lite moneys secured by said deed, notice Is there
tore hereby given that tho subscilber as such Trustee,
will, on the Tth day 01 September, A. D.. eighteen hun
dred and sixty-six, between the hours of 12 and I
o'clock P. M., at the east trontot ihe Court House In
t 1 ouis. Mo., boII at pubue vendue for caali-to tbe high
est bidder, the lands in said deed ineutiouod, aud
ft hlcb are described as lollow s 1 Ail that certain tract
of land situate In tl.e township of llariaonv. coti.ti ot
Venango, and State of l'ennayivai ia, bounded and de-1
fcrlbtd as lollows, to wit 1 Beginning at a post at the
uoitheost corner ut the Herkimer Company's Jun.i. and
tlienco extending south one und thr e-tourtht degrees,
west ore hundred ana seventy and seven-tenths (wis to a
fiust at the tout it east corner of tho llerkimei Company's
and; thence soutn seveuty and one-ball degreei. east
'oity-oue and seven-tenths rods to a post the swutheost
1 orner of tbe piece ; thence north one ai d tltrce-tou'ths
degrees, east one hundred and eiklitv-ihnfi and .jar
tombs rots to a post ihe northeast corner 01' tnet tract;
then north eighty-eigh and one-fou th degrees. wst
tliiri.v nine and eight-tenths rods to the place of begin
ning, containing foity-four acres o laud.
Dale dune 21, itMiS. HAMILTON SPENCER.
6 it! lint Trustee,
NEW BOUNTF BILL ALL SOLDIERS
who enlisted tor tbree years, since April 18, 1H6I.
and served their full term ol service, or were dlscbarved
before aald term of service on account of wounds, and
received one hundred dollar bounty and no more, are
entitled to receive an additional one hundred do lars.
Widows, minor children, or parents of deceased soldiers
who enlisted tor tnrs y euis and died in the service, or
irom diseases or wouns contracied in tho service and
line of duty, ure entit eto receive an additional one
huudredduliars. ull or .dross
t.JOUGE W. FORD.
No. 241 DOr-n irroet
1 17 I Ol j Oue ttoor polow TiurJ,
who has all Ihe ncesnry loriua to collect uumo o.iui.