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THE DAILY EVENING fELEGKAPII PHILADELPHIA, FI11BAY, JULY 10, 1868.
FOR ADDITlOWAfclOOAL ITKMH UOTHIOB PAOS8.
Tlicso lioilie held tholr liniil mpclinjjr iilnr
to tlio summer iiiljoui'imiint yestt'rilti.v nllcr
noon. 'i'lio HcsMion wits nlMiant. even to Jollity.
INI Oh I of tin! iiit'inliois luul loitf;lit their tickets
lor tin; )hice to which they luoposi! to roiort
lor tin! Hiimiiicr HOlntlcc. There wus not u
lillRO lolihv iittciMliincc; the (friititxos ill (fro
1CMiic cost nine who k to MniUi'ri Island, us
llm iiiillioimiro does to New port or the Uolii
wine Wutei tiuii. lire now "out of town." One
principal iittendunt in the loliliy, a pent Icmiiii
who wire 11 chlrt collar in 151. utid has kept it
ever since, has departed for l'oint Airy. His
adherents and admirers have mainly followed.
This was the liusincss of vesterdav:
M X ki t I'.UANt ii President Stoklcy, who Is
never absent from his scat , was in t lie chair.
A batch of communications was received as
roni a lare number of cit iz'u, nsk niff for
a 'culvert on J'.road street, between Ontario
jVrntii Hut Messrs. Crump, contractors of tlm
new city lee boat , call inn respect t ill at tent ion
of the body to t he tact t hat t lie t rnstees of the
department hud failed t o make t he. pay men t of
i.ri,(HHI duo to the Messrs. t ramp oil July 1.
The rcmoiiHt ranee Is couched in respect till but
earnest terms. They limit the ice boitor
deri d last year. They had not hhi; to do wltlid
the machinery. They nnviioro that if it prove
II failure they are not cen-iira.lile t he re for, ami
nsk that their. ju-t dues be not withheld, and
that they may have the means to pro I
with their cqnt racl this time in their hands
alone for tin'1 construction of nn iron ice. boat
that shall kecpopen the river during the com
ing winter. The amount impropriated for t he
j.ui 0!-e is $die,IMi(l upon tlie-e t ei niB : t2."i,0iKi
upon the sininjj' of the contract; tl7,niuou
September I, and A"iO.(ilii) in October, November,
nnd i) ccmber, w hi n the vessel is t o Ih; del i v
cri d completed. The communication was
tiled upon the, appendix.
A note now came in from the Chief Com
missioner of llitfli ways, not ifyimj the Cham her
that the Lombard-street Kailroid Com p my
was a dcliiuiuciit in the matter of paying the
licenses upon it-cars since January, is is. This
was referred to the City Solicitor, with instruc
tions. To the surprise and regret of tlio Chamber,
Wr. Kranclscus resigned as a member of the
Committees on Law and Ket renchment, and
Kcform. The residual ion w as reluctantly ac
cepted. Mr. Hocljjtdon, of the Committee on Water,
reported an ordinance authorizing the laying
of water pipe in bcvcrul iniarlci's of the city.
It was adopt ed.
Mr. Cattcll, of the Committee, on ti Irani Ks
tute, olVered un ordinance to increase the rev
enue of the estate by making alterations in
the building No. 1,'IJ South Third street, so as
fo convert what now is simply a building
adapted for a private dwelling I o t he purposes
of its occupants, who are t ho publishers of a
morning new spa per.
The sum ieimred lieing but live thousand
dollars, the bill passed.
A resolution was reported by the chairman
of the Committee on City Pio.ierty to lcac
limiting Park mansion to a party who won Id
take care of the grounds in lieu of rental lor
This gave rise to a wide debate.
Mr. bm it h was decidedly in iavor of the reso
lution. This park was given lilteen years ago
to Philadelphia, by public-spirited citizens, on
condition that it should be kept in decent
ordfr. Tliid condition has never been com
The subject was referred to the Committee
An ordinance was reported by the same com
mittee authorizing the sale 'of a city lot in
linttonwood street, cast of Hi oud, which is of
jio further use to the municipality. Adopted.
An ordinance making an appropriation to
finish several uncompleted school buildings
w as passed.
An ordinance wns passed which pays to
David II. I.awson, esi., the sum of fnli for
damages sustained by hint by the opening of
The Committee on Cash Account of City
Treasurer thus reported:
Cash bulance June I l,v;7,i!(ii) (14
ticccived during the mouth past.... ;ll.l -t it us
Payments " " " l(iii,:i'l'l r.:i
tush balance, 1 ,27 1,77.1 1'!. appropriated thus;
Vor the paymeii'. of interisi on city lo.iu,
il,Ut(i,17S 7; sinking fund securities, ii?", 101 Ji;
blindly claims, I''.
'J'he bill making an appropriation of two
million dollars to pay lor land, appropriated
by the city for the extension of iairmoiiiit
park, was now called up.
its passage whs objected to by Mr. King and
others of the lcinocYuts.
Colonel Page favored the passage of Mils bill,
lie said that he represented the people, and
not a mere party, and that the extension ot
the park was a matterof valid interest to every
man, woman, and child in Philadelphia.
Tills bill was introduced because of a cer
tain ty that t he oinn i I ills loan bill of six million
dollars, covering the cost of the new city ice
boat, the purchase of League Island, etc., could
sot pass, it was n cc-sary to pass i his purl, ot
the appropriation, because the owners of the
property taken to increase, the area of Fair
mount park must be indeninilied for the loss
sustained bv them in deprivation of their
property. Ur.i'oiu r.u.) ...
On amotion to suspend the, rules the yeas
were 17. the nays 10.
This not beluga two-thirds vote the bill tell.
With the exception of Colonel Page t he ent il e
vote of the Democracy was adverse to the
Mr. Marcus oll'ercd a preamble and resolu
tions to repeal certain resolutions militating
against the bridging of the .Schuylkill at Sout Ii
street, passed some time ago by Councils. Mr.
Marcus argued that the pill was u bitter one
to swallow, but. inasmuch us the .Supreme
Court had decided that the legislation in the
matter was constitutional, it behooved Coun
cils to ncnuiesce ami to counsel the Mayor,
chief engineer and surveyor, and the president
of cr.ch chmnber of Councils to act as members
of the commission, as originally proposed.
Mr. Smith nciuics I in this view of the
matter, und spoke to it not only oilily but
Thc;miitter was then agreed to.
An ordinance to remove serious obstacles to
navigation in the Schuylkill was adopted.
Common Council business now came up.
One tor the grading of American and other
fct reel s was passed.
The bill to pay HdiMUHMi for the ground taken
from its owners for the extension of Fair
mount park, und for its conversion from a pig
pasture to an Fden, was t aken up.
Mr. King inveighed vehement ly against the
proposed 'upproprial ion, denouncing it as a
piece of unwarrantable exl ravuganee.
Mr. Frunciscus demonstrated, very quietly,
that the city in its sovereign capacity had dis
possessed owners of 1 heir property. It had
dosed the doors of workshops and factories
1V nihil i ary pioccss. It, was nothing more
than just t liat t liese pari ies should now bo in
demnified for the deprivation of their rights.
It behooves a city to be at least honest. A
city that is not so as much degrades itself as
Mr. Cox seconded this view. He claimed that
Mr. King was under the harrotv, ami was do
ing what he did at the whip and spur ot his
party. Mr. King, he snid, had party motives
in trying to retard the improvement of the
park'until alter next October.
On the llnal passage of the bill ihc yeas were
17, 1 he nays si.
No Democrat but Colonel Page voted for the
The resolution to pave Walnut street, be
tween Thirty-eighth and Thii I y-nint h st reels,
under the usual regulations, was pa-jseu wuu
The bill appointing an inspector of steam
boiler was concurred in.
Also the bill to authorize the construction
ni'n sewer in Chestnut street.
Also the bills changing the pbices of voting
in the fourth division of the Ninth ward, ami
the eleventh division of the Twenty-fourth
Also the ono authorizing the opening of
The ordinance appropriating a mill ion dol
lars to inu exi ension oi the gas works, tutor
protracted debate, passed to third reading,
and was defeated on its Until passage, the
Democrats prevent lug a t w o-l birds vote from
ttcoidiuil the iU!stioii in the allinnative.
A motion to reconsider was next agreed to,
and then for the present post ooncd.
After some spirited parliamentary sparring
the vote by w hich the wafer-loan lull was de
feated v. lis reconsidered, nnd again, for the
present, the matter was post pound. 'They re
main in abeyance until next meeting, unless
H special Mcssioil be called lu lho Interim be.
twecii now ami the xeeond Tuesday in Sop
ember. It h colt 1 I' ll. I
The resolution restoring to service the
I'nitcd Mutes Hose and Mcuiu Firo fcngine
Loiiiiiunv was concurred in.
The ordinance loca'ing nn avenue In the
2'Ktccntl) ward wtw concurred in; uu-l ulno the
ordinance, making an appropriation to a por
tion of the fire department. The body was iu
session until a lute hour. Adjourned.
Common fi a a nch. Joseph F. Miireer, presi
dent, called the Chamber to order ut a quarter
past three o'clock.
A cotntntnilcat ion wax received from tlio
Mayor notifying the Chamber that lie had
signed certain lulls.
Mr. Wagner ottered nn ordinance, appro
priating one hundred nnd sixty thousand, dol
lars for the building of a new Ice-bout. Passed.
The ordinance ant hori.lnff it n approprlat ion
of t wcnty-flve hundred dollars to make altera
tions in the Council chamber, and to lit up an
llice for t he clerks ol Councils, was lost.
An ordinance appropriating twenty-eight
hundred and ninety-nine dollars and twenty
cents for record books for county ollleers und
ol her claims, w as passed.
Mr. Hancock, from the Committee on Fire
find Trusts, presented an ordinance locating
fire alarms in t he Chest nut, Hill F.ngine, the
Congress, and in Hie houses of the t;crmuu
town, Washington and Columbia, of (Jertnati-
town, and appropriating $1.V2 Ho to pay for tlio
boxes, which was passed.
The Highway Committee, through Mr. liny,
reported ordfnaccs to pave tiirard avenue,
Marshall, Thirty-sixth and Lllis streets; to
piive Walnut 'street, from Fortieth to
Woodland street, and to grade Walnut street
at Th irt j -foil rt h street, as also resolutions to
open Hope street north of Susquehanna av
enue; to tramway Pearl street from Twen
ty. second street, and appropriai lug if ins Ii7 to
pay dimiugcs for Cue opening of I lay street.
Also rcsolut ions to open Milling Mercer and
Pleasant streets; as also an ordinance appro
priating to the Department of Highways
:H7'J i7 to pay dclicicnces in ItHT. All agreed
A report from tlio Committee, on F.lection
Divisions was agreed to, changing the bounda
ries of the Twenty-second ward and making a
new election division therein.
A resolution prunting the use of n part of
the (criuiinton Town Hall us nn armory was
Mr. Fardsley, from the Committee on Pur
veys, ottered lin ordinance ant hoi-mug t he, con
st Miction of u sewer on Chestnut street, from
Second to Front street. Agreed to.
At four o'clock the special order of the, day
came up a resolution Instructing the Chief
F.nginccr of the Water Works to reest pro
posals from Philadelphia mechanics for the
building ol pumping engines lit the Tweuty
fouri h wnrd works.
in mot ion of Mr. Littleton, the whole subject
Mr. F.vuii?, from the Committee on Flection
Divisions, lnsde a furhtcr report, changing tlio
voting place in the uint li division of the Tweu
tlrth ward. Agreed to.
Mr. Harper offered a resolut ion, which was
passed, ordering 1 he paving of Walnut street,
from Proud to Twenty-second street, with the
Mr. Pay, a resolution ordering Powclton
street to be opened east to Lancaster avenue.
Mr. P.ardsley, a resolution notifying prop
erty owners on Laurel street , between Dela
ware avenue and t lie river, that t lie street is
required lor public use. Agreed to.
Mr. Harper olfered an ordinance appropri
ating f ,iiiiii,ikiii lo the commissioners of Fair
mount park for the purchase ol' additional ter
ritory. Mr.' Hctzcll moved to post pone
A long and bitter debute, into which polit ics
largely entered, ensued, in which Mr. Hctzcll
and M r. Wagner exchanged some sharp words,
mill the motion was lost. The bill was linally
A resolution instruct tug the Chief Commis
sioner of Highways to advertise for proposals
for construct ing culverts on the eastern end
of Cohocksink creek.
A resolution to restore the. Northern Liberty
Hose Company to active service, without loss
Mr. Kvans moved to include the Northern
Liberty F.ngine Company. Lost.
Air. L'vans moved to indefinitely postpone.
The resoliit ion finally passed.
Mr. Lit t leton called ' for the second reading
of the bill relative to the construction of
pumps and engines at t lie Twenty-four! h ward
water w oi ks, " awarding the contract to Mr.
The rule compelling nn adjournment of
Councils ut seven o'clock was suspended.
Mr. Littleton and Mr. Harper spoke in favor
of the Worlhington engine, while .Mr. Kvans
l renuoiisiy advocated the claims 01 I Uiuutel
Mr. Miireer moved the indefinite postpone
ment of the bill. This mot ion Mr. Marcer sub
sequently withdrew and the discussion went
Mr. i:vans moved an amendment that tlio
Chief Liiginecr bo authorized and directed to
illicit proposals ti'om Philadelphia mechanics
for the erection of two sets of Simpson's pump
ing engines. Not agreed to yeas II, nays Id.
Mr. iletzell moved to amend by adding t hat
the work, as far us practicable, shall bo done
Mr. Kvans oll'ercd an amendment to the
amendment by strikiifg out the words "as far
us practicable " -Not agreed to
the original amendment was then consul
ered and lost yeas 17, navs 17.
1 he vote by which Mr. Hctzcll s amendment
was tabled w as reconsidered, and the amend
i Hi! ordinance as nmetnted was then put
No quorum answered, umi there was a call o
the house. A quorum responded. The ones
ion was again put, and the ordinance us
inienccd passed yeas 'JD, nays 10.
At nine o'clock Council adjourned.
PHIZES OBTAINED BY PhILADEM'HIAXS AT THE
SfiifKizLNi-'icsT. The I'lnlrtilolphinn? who Piir
ticiputtit m the Third .Notional bcbuetzeulcst
tnive K turten to the city, a numnrr orinemg
wiih thim the prizes Hwanlcl them lor good
shootm?. Mr. trancis AiidiDcri. who was jno
22 on the list, secured as his prize a house
iiiiiiiti 1 clock, repiesentiug the historian Tacitus
m deer) fcliuiv. TtieclocK co-t the donor a.liio.
Others, who li (id the prtviuefi ol selectu.g
prizes before Mr. Auuibert, took $100 grecu-
tjurks in ireierence to the cioclc. There were
selected among the bst t-hots ten so-called
Sctiiictzcn Meislcr, or Masters ot Sb&rpsho neri,
in the older ot the number ol Dull n-eyes they
succeeded in hitting. 1 1. F. Kolb, ot tbis city,
Mood tii st on the list, having hit the bull's-eye
111, und 11. I). Ju.stt, also ol Philadelphia, the
srcMul; his sjore amouuto) to 10i. Toe follow
ing tiriei were also obtained by l'U'linJclptiians
ti. F. lici if iiiau, watch umi ctiinn; Haithaner
Lagrr, natch nnd chain; (ieoree (iocke, silver
up; II. I). Justi, 70 in carieticv; 0. V. kfllv.
oil puuitiug; Chimes puius, sou currency;
Ailxu Winters. me( lFcliiiuni nine and lobucco.
The Old Man ok the Schuylkill. The "Old
Mm" celebrated itfe auuivrsary jesterdiiy alter
nocn, in ancient H rni. Convejatices took the
nicnihcrs to the Wisiuhickon and Fulls of
sell u Ik ill. lhcir simtual topper was given ot
the Ftiunl.'iiri 1'iiik llo'rl. A) r. Joseph Osborne
ucttd hb chii'iuiHii. Speeches were made and
toiists Given by Messrs. Mi Cundle-9, Hobh, lira
liatn. Nelson, Toild, Auflics, Wiutmiir, Arthur
slid other. l'h whole party arrived la Uie city
lust evti-iiig about 10 o'eluck, weU pleated with
ISoat I'rBET. Yesterday afternoon a party
dl lour ot the m rubers of the ' Oil Man" Club
stinted to row down the Visiiulrkou creek from
oi posit; the Log Cabin. The lourih memorr of
the nartr. iusieud of stcpiiniir in;o the bott
placid his loot on the punwulc, causing the
battchti to enrstzo. The loor geutlf meu were
throHn in'o the water, but mat. icrrd to scramble
on the shore. None were hurt, but they tiiaue
a vi ry Itmicious apiicimmce as thej jrocti'duu
to the hotel.
IIoppital Cakks. (lalaghaiu McCarty, aged
32 yeurs. rtnioiiig iu Harmony court, fell, aud
ill located his iiiirIc.
Fden (Juit u, agr.l ," v?ars, rrt'dintr ut No
1315 CI em ut street, leg broken by a tall.
Lmniel Mciliilk. aged 31 earn, residiu nt No,
722 lii'-ket etict. uund bud'y ttasheii ut alorrii
&. Tat-kei'a kiundrv. wll le taitt.iiir sheet iron.
Aiiiiiu O'.Neil. used 4 f nrs. rending iu Middle
alley, loot m aided, by u kettle oi boiliug coilee
Jailing ou it. ,
Mektim; ok l'Ai'Kii 1! anokrs, A mentiug of
the jinper hmiucrs and Ucalcrs of '.his city wa
lic'ai bint eeLuig a', the Wetbenll IIjiisk, iu ic
lution to the dcutu of ltobrrt ti Muuire, of the
frtn of How ell A lhwtherf, Goorm I' . Naile in
Bound Ovf.h Charli A. Merritt, colored,
hud a bearing before Aldetmaa Ueitler yester
day, on the cLarg of mifidvuitiuDor. The wit
r.cntei were cuiall Kill', who testlded to Itu
I roj cr ccrduct on the part of MciTi'.t, aui! lie
a . bound yy er to appcur a'. Court,
ConoNKR'a Cases. A youri(j married man,
named John Kelly. Mopping at 1435 South Eighth
ftreet. died jenterday morning of hemorrhage
of the lungs. Sir. Kelly was a resident of Mary
land. Laid ermine, about seven o'clock, n woman
namrd IMra. Kane, rci-ldina at 1002 South Seven
tceuth street, tiled suddenly, it is supposed fruui
the effects of a fit.
Jcvemi.e OprFSPRKs. On Wednegday even
ing f-eyeral small boys were arrectcd on Kich
n ond s'reet, on the charge ot robbing the
drawers of a number of stores on that tho
rouphfiire. They had a hearing hufore Aldrr
n nn Ileitis, and were laid iu $7J0 hull to
ISCELLflHEOUS CITY JQTTINBI.
- Lnpt erening the leniocratic City Executive
Cotntnifee caused a saluie of one huniired guuf
to he fired iu Independence Square, In honor of
tne lKinocnitic nominations imide auew iorir.
At ten o'clock ihcKeysione and ArncriciisClubs
reached Philadelphia on their return from the
CoiiTintioti at Nawiork. They were rnnt at
the Kiti.oington depot by the Young Men's Key
pK'iic Club, and cscoried to the Democratic
liearlqnartcrs, Ninth and Arch street?.
mere will he a eruml temperance nirctincr
thisevoninff In I'r. shepherd' church in Hut
en wood s'reet. between Ullli ana sixth s.i'ects.
at 8 o'clock.
A meeting of therm ton lournevmen bri k-
n,kc will be held at Franklin Military Hull,
o. (,2.i aud (j2 (juaid avenue, this evening tit
H o'ch ck.
A meeting of Uie iournoTnien marble cutters
of I'lnlndclphia will be held this cvcnim.' at N
o'cloi k, at Logan Hall, Viue treei, ubovt Sevtn-
tin- oiicliiiunul JUarine Mews see lrst Jfage.
ALMANAC FOR PHILADELPHIA THIS DAT,
Bt'N Hihich 47 Moon Risks ............ ...lid
h(!N Kkis "Ml lllK WAI'ICK i ll
PHILADELPHIA BOAKD OF TRADE.
James T.Voitno, "
I'oai'kh Walton, -Monthly Oommitthb.
1 HI 11 as PoTTAU, j
UUVKUEHTS OF OCEAS STKAMKKS.
T'ernnylvanla Llveriool...Nw York -.June 21
Ci'iln ...LuikIoo Nhw Vork.... .June n
111 in n mo in. Llveriool...IN(iw York ...June 80
a leimo. l-lveriiool...iHW York ....June mi
Breu.fi Koutlianiiloii...New York June 80
Col BoMon Llvert0(l...New Yurk July 1
Aiislilon J.iveri)util...(jiiebec -July 2
Hun niuulB..oiilliHiiilloii...JNew York Juiy ft
KureliB .....Brest Kew York July 4
Col W. ork iJiveri)ooi...isew vorn July 4
Lubn .Liveriiol...New York. Jul? 4
AUitrlcu boulliruiton...Ntw York -July 7
Perelre New York Ituvre July n
C ol littltluiore.Isewr Y'ork...I.iveri(Hil July II
1'piiiui.ik iew l oru...i,iVf rioul July 11
HilieiulH New Ynrk...(lla.iKiw... July 11
V II e He l'ris...iNPW York...lIvre Jul n
Bt'llona M w York... London.. July 11
JUi New York...I.lverniiol Jui i.i
baxuulu. New Yoik...ltnuibimi Jiiiv li
Cbliiu. New York..Llverioul. July is
uilj ui juBiiiii...iw i (itk ... j ji v eri(iiii July in
Wyomlnir PhllndH .HvH;:riuh Jutv 11
MisRinirl New York... H avium & Nua Julv ih
HturhBiiOtrliiea Fhllarta Havana .. July Ul
Alernuiack New ork...Itlo Junelri -.July 2i
Malls are torwarded by every nuiuiner lu luh iraniur
lines, Tne Btearuers for or from Llvernuul call b
uueeiistowii, except, the Canadtaa line, wnlcb call at
i.fiuuonuerry. t ne sieawers lor Ot Jroiu llie IjOQU
nent call at bouihamutou.
StenmRlilp Pioneer, C'alhai tne, WiliidiiKton.N. C Phi
lude Ipliliiaud Soutlu ru Aiail wteuiiiHliip c'o
Bleunmliip Koniiin, linker, Hkhkui, II. Wlimor A Co
''"ley a"'?)01"' Ku,""'uu, ti.umore lor orders, J.K tj'az.
ScbrJ. B.' Broomall, Crawford, Chatleston, Wold
Krhr ADiile May, May. Boston. aa
t-r.br C B. Ww d, Gaudy, Boston. (0
hchr I . s drove. Weaver. Bosum, John Rommel' Jr
bclir 8. JIcDe "ltt, McUevitt. New Louuou, do.
M-lir M. A Urler, Fleuilne. Hyanuls. d,,,
Si'lr b. B. Ulionic, Strung, Providence, L.Audeiirled A
Prhr A. B. Haj-s. Txire Por'smouth. R. I., do,
Scl.r Hiak, JoliuBon isniilli Amesuiiry. oo.
N ni llamlinrK. Hpruifiie, Busion. Huaimett & Nell
fct lir K. A. Baney, Blieriun. Bangor. an. '
Bttir I.ncv Cimp. feaHinort. j. A. duuner cn
ethr Ida F. W heeler. Dyer. Poriland. C. C Van Horn
bclir Open Hea C'oiunbs. eorlsiiinuih, Warren Uremc"
t-ihr I ,uta HtldKinan. Hart, Busion. Captam.
Si r 11. L. Oaw, ller, Balliuiore, A. Urovea, Jr.
KtesniBhlpaxon, BoKgs.4t hours froni Boston, with
niose. and paKneniieis lo H. Winner A Co.
Unique AciBlme U. Adams, Leavut. 16 days from
CImiiui-kch. wlib siiir lo 6. t W. Welsh.
Hr. Ijnn A. B. 1'allersou. Wilkie, 12 days from Porto
Cahello. wlib coilee, etc , lo Johu Dulleii & Cj.
htlir R L. I ay. liaker, 14 days troiii Wludnor, N. a
Willi iilanter o K. A. -louder fe Co. '
t chr D. K. Wolle Dole, 6 days trom Pantego, N. C
with ltiu ber to Noicro' s A stlin-ts. ''
fthr Cliurh h K. Uibson. '1 liatnner, 5 days trom Bjs
ton. in ballast lo J. E. ISazley V Co.
Hcbr Enterprise, huuuier. 5 days from Norfolk, with
lumber and aliliiKles to Patieison A Linplnoott.
i-clir A. Han uionri, Palue, lroiu Welllleei, with
urise toCrowell A Collins.
HilirH. C. Eliiilan. 'lult. 1 day from Port Deposit,
Wd , lib (cralu to Jas. L. Buwley & Co.
Bcbr tlaylou & Lowlier. Jackson, 1 day from
t-inj ma, wlih iiram to Jus. L. Bewiey fi Co.
Hcbr W m, Towusend. filcMit I day lroiu Frederick,
Lei . with grain to Jas. L Bewiey A Co.
Klir t-aratm, Weeks, Irnm Providence,
r-clir.l. B Austin. Davis, trom Boston.
echr E. V. ulovt r Ingersoll, from Boston.
Mi'Mner Black Iilamond, Uereiiliii, Zl hours from
New York, wilb nutse. to W. M. Balrd & Co.
MeiinierW. C. Pierrepont. 8hronsblre.4 Hours front
New York, with mdse. to W. M. Balrd A Co.
Prlp John 'Welsh. Jr, from Bagua. the captain
(Hculi). und two or tbree of ibecrew liavlug dud of
jeiiow lever; also, three brigs and one schooner,
iihmts unknown, supposed lroiu Weal Indies,
Bleerrsblp Norfolk, Vance, hence, at Richmond 0th
bietn chip Fanlta Howe, for Pbllade'pbla, cleared
at N ew ork yeMerday.
Baiiue bam bbepberd, Evans, hence, at Clenfuegos
Baiune Meta, Pcliultz, heuCC for Hamburg, was oft
Diiiigi uesH Z4lb ult.
Barque James Kitchen, Kitchen, hence, at Dunkirk
Baruue O. W. Horton, Butler, hence, at Portsmouth
r.ih ti hi.
Ituique Zulma, Hewitt, called from Matanzas 21
li hi. tor a port north r t Hatleras,
Km n e Wiu, Van Name. Crniir. sailed from Garde
ns 1hi Inst tor a port uonh of Hatleras
Hi IK Ida M. Comery. McLellau, for Pblladelphla,
Bsned trom Cardenas '2d lust.
UriK Hume E, Wneeier, Bacon, hence, at Cardenas
llrlg A. II. Curtis. Merrtman. sailed from Cardouns
IH liisl. for a port norm nt Haiteras.
Bi Ig Tiuioihy Field, iiueibuu, lieuce. at Bangor fith
lirlir noniaree. Duncan, at Baltimore Rth Inst, from
Ni v assa, alter being ashore on bandy Point came olT
v Pi t ul oiiu iKe.
b Br g J. II Crcwlfy.Crowley.for Philadelphia, sailed
fieui Trii.lOad '.'Bib uil.
Bdir Golden Eagle, Howes, hence, at New Budford,
"'i'ctr Windward, Reeves, tor Philadelphia, cleared
at Baltimore sib Inst.
hclirA F. Randolph, Bennett, hence, at Bt. John,
cL'rVi sene Crcckcr, tor Philadelphia, sailed from
1 tcbV'oVniary1.1' Yates, at Cardenas 3oth ult. from
M.rra Morena, and sailed lor Philadelphia.
t-cbrt:. C. IU lnao , Ven Kriint. hence via Richmond
for 1 li erp"0l. was spiiktn Sih Inst, ltit 3 '01. Ion H7n(i.
i-i lir M M. Meinmau. bellows from Bridgeport lor
Philadelphia, at New 1 ork H'b Inst.
bchr P. 1'. F Devenny. King, for Phllailelph'a.
clean f) at New Yi rk sib inst.
M br J, Tiuman, Oibb-. hence, at New Bedford 7th
'"hcbr Wry Patten. Cummlngs, hence for Portland.
Vc'r M l". Heart l(enso, for Philadelphia, sailed
''"li'vnge'QueeuJ'rl'llo.son, hen.e, at Fall River
7'.ll.l",'to. r'c. for Plilladalnhla. aat'ed
r. in Fall ldver 7ih n-t. and arrived at Newport
"Vchr'Margaiet, Nichols, tor Philadelphia, Balled
m'urU iCkSy. irrPhllad.lphla, .ailed lrom Port-
Kel.f M ikd V. V ruv . Jk ui
' tlli.JTnieTE.gle.'Bi.aw. ,..ce. at Providence
trhra'Frannes, tllbbs and Alvararto. Whlmore,
t.t. ..'J?,.; iVastou: Mary K Long, Hardy, f ram Port,
Richmond. Pa., tor do., sailed rom Newport 7tu lust,
Hiri lCK IO HAlunrnn,
A spar buoy painted red while anil black, has been
plaitu alioiil 'no liiel north ol the hiaiillal ship lalcou,
lu Uie laiwer Bay. lo which the lelek'raph cable IS at-
ached, aud a wire leading Iberelrom to the ship.
J'hota and manleia i t vesruls will please not pais be
tween tne imoy auu uienmi.
i aiiialn Johnson of sieaai-blp Dlrtgo.at New Tort
I bllat., repn ill that tbs bell on the Hanrtkerohlef
LlKblvesK! I broken. Oi 7th. li) si P M.; Faulalaud
Island bearing N N K.. s nines diaiant, saw a auukxn
visael. wilb both maaia alxiut to I "el aliuvit wir. i.1
7. . . - . - . .... ... ... ...... u n-ulu.l lllrf til A Mlllllld.
Um m tut) nav iiwin. -,-- ---7
t" OFFICE PENNSYLVANIA BAILR0A.D
PrrTLADKLPHiA, Mar 1. 1848.
KOTICK TO STOCKHOLDERS. In pursuance of
resolutions adopted by the Board ot Directors at a
tated meetlDg held this day, notice li hereby given
to the Stockholders of this Company, that they will
have the privilege ol subscribing, either directly or
by substitution nnder such rules as may be prescribed
therefor, for Twenty-five Per Cent, of additional
Block at Par, In proportion to their respective Inter
ests as they stand registered on tne books of the
Company, May 20, 1868.
Holders of less than four Shares will be entitled to
subscribe for full share, and those holding more
Shares than a multiple of four Shares will be entitled
to an additional Share,
Subscriptions to the new Stock will be received on
and after May 80, 18i8, and the privilege ol subscrib
ing will cease on the 8(ith day ot July, 1868.
The Instalments ou account ol the new Shares shall
be paid in cash, as follows-,
1st. Twenty-five Percent, at the time of subscrip
tion, on or before the 30th day of July, IBM,
2d. Twenty-five Per Cent, on or before the lath day
01 December, 18G8.
8d. Twenty-iive Per Cent, on or before the 15th day
of June, 1809.
4th. Twenty-five Per Cent, on or before the 15th day
ot December, 1h,9, or It Stockholders should prefer
the whole amount may be paid up at once, or any
remaining Instalments may be paid up in full at the
time of the payment ot the second or third Instal
ment, aud each Instalment paid up, shall be entitled
to a pro rata dividend that maybe declared on lull
Shares. THOMAS M. FIRTH,
B It llw Treasurer.
try riiii.ADELriiiA. and reading
RAILROAD COMPANY. OUlce No. 227 S.
FOURTH Street. Pkilauklphia, May 27. 1S68.
NOTICE To the holders ol bonds of the PHILA
DELPHIA AND READING RAILROAD COM
PANY due April 1, 1870.
The Company Oder to exchange any of these bonds,
of f 10 0 each, at any time before the (lit) first day of
October next at par for a new mortgage bond of equal
amount bearing seven per cei.t, lntere t, clear of
United Slates and State taxes, having twenty-five
year to run.
Thebouds not surrendered on or before the 1st of
October next will be paid at maturity, In accordance
with their tenor. S. BB ADFOHI),
5 2io1 Treasurer.
' PHILADELPHIA AND READING
Piiii.ahki.phi A, June 25, 18G8,
The Transfer B .oka ol this Company will be closed
on TU EfeDA Y, June 30, and be reopened ou THURS
DAY, July Hi. lhiis.
A Dividend of k I VF. PER CENT, has been declared
on 1 1 1 e Preferred and Couin on B'ock.clearof national
ami btate tax, s; pavable on Common block on and
alitrJULY lit to the holders thereof, as they shall
stand reg'stered on the books ot the Company ou the
su n insiaut. All payao e ai tins oiuce.
6 16 2ui M. BRA DFUKD, Treasurer.
PY OKDfcU OF THE COURT OF
COMMON PLK4H a Stock vote ol theMEU
i'ANTIl.E LIHkAKY CUM P A N Y' wilt be taken oa
tin. roiinwinif tiromised amendment to the Charter:
Section 5 '1 ne Board ol Directors shall nave lull
power to make and alter such Rules aud Bylaws as
lin y may deem necessary lor the weli-belug and 'ue
maiiaKeuienl of Ibe allalrs of Uie Company: Piuvldcd,
such l!y laws are not repugnant to nor Inconsistent
with this Churier, er wlih ibe constitution aud laws
of ihls bia'e or oi me unnea f-taies.
The Dolls will be opened in tne ijiiittiitY, on
MONDa Y, Jnl fi.auil cosed 8ATUKDAY. July II.
The hours lor voting will be, on Mond ty, Wednes
day, and Friday, from 10 A, M. to 2 P. M., aul on
Ti.teilay, I hursuay, and Saturday, from 4 to P. M.
The vote will he by ballot, each share ot stock lieloir
eniltled to one vote, which must be piesunled lu
1 TnnM T . T, T". T.. II T 1 I CI ...... ... i
Philadelphia July 1. Inks. 72!) t
jranr HATCUKLOlfS HAIR DYE. THIs
splendid llulr Dye la the nest lu tne world;
the nnlv true aud nerfect live: harmless, reliable.
It stantaneous; no disappointment: no ridiculous
tlnu-: remedies the 111 etleots of oa dyes; lnvlxorates
and leaves the Hair soli aud beautilul. black or brown,
toiO by all UrutklHs and Pertumers; ana properly
Hppll.dat Baicbelir's Wig Factory, Mo. IH B0.4U
fclreet. imbw 1 ora. izoiwii
OOLEV'S OI'EUA HOUSE, BEVE-NTII
J i hi reel, below Area.
Flrht week of the 'l erpsicioran wonuer,
K. M. . aRKOI.L.
TfTE C1PKT LINUAKU BilRLKSQTTE,
P.v JOHN M U CLIO AN aud A HUH Y II In H E.
f IjOUY'H MIN.sl Kj-.LS. THE WILD FASVN,
li e Flelnre l.allerv. Ol V j-atner wnum unarcoal.
CeorKe die Charmer, Stuu.p Sieeuu, Dauciug M aster,
ciog l anoe, etc. v o bi
TTOA'S AMERICAN VARIETY THEATRE.
X EVERY EVENINU AN 1) SATURDAY
fiUKAT COMBINATION TROUPK.
In Orand Ballets, Ethiopian Burlesques, Bonis
Dniirui. Pantomimes, nymnasl Acis, etc
PRINCIPAL D E POT
FOB THX BALE Of
lulled States Kc venue Stamps,
HO. 804 4'IiEMXVT MTREKTi
HO. 108 KOI TII FIFTH STItKKT,
(One door below Chesuut street).
Onr stock comprises all the denominations printed
by the tiuveruiueuu
. r T nn nUQfl WT r f f 11 A W rORWl PTITT n Tv
u.il.nu kVPII hhH IMMKIIIATULV 11 HUM His.
C&iPT. a matter oi great iiupuiMuka,
Dratu on Pblladelphla Post Office Orders, Green
backs, and National Bauk Notes, received In pay.
1 ha inlluwli e rates of comuils-lou are allowed:
On IM TWO PKK CMN T.
tiim t-JU in S100 FOUR PIC It CKNT.
from loo upwarda...r0Ult AND A HALPPKRUI
Tbe Commission la payable In stamps.
All orders, etc., should be addressed to
HO. 804 1'HKMJf UT NIBKET,
Orders reretved for Stamped Checks, Drafts, Re
celpis. Bill Hiiads, etc., aud tue bent rates of commis
We have constantly oa bnd
TJKITED BTATKS POHTAGK STAMPS Of ALL
B I IN I), AHU
Vf I R C GUARDS,
FOB STOKE FRONTS, ASTLVMN, FAC-
Patent Wire Radius;, Iron Bedsteads, Oruamonta
Wire Work, Paper Makers' Wires, aud every variety
ol Wire Work, manufactured by
M. WALHEK A SONS,
No 11 North SIXTH Street
X Piiii.AiiKLi'HiA, January 28, l&M.
j iif .vvfuii iug b. aoagers are:
ti. hi orris Wain. No, lu Houth Delaware avenue.
AOololl K. Korle. No. l&H Dock street.
Aiieudlug Physician Dr. J. M. Da Costa, No, lots
spruce sin ei.
Attending Hurgeons Dr. Addlnell Hewson. No. 135
fouib Plileenth sweet; Dr. D. Hayes Aguew, No. 16
North Eleventh street.
The Hi siclans and Hurgeons attend at the Hospi
tal every uay (fuuuayg excepted;, to receive appli
cation l.ir ailmlKUlon.
pei.ons aeri'Moiltr inlnriwl by arcMont are always
anunuea u urtiagjtt tu in. xioapiMi "1"""'r'
LlTorpooL and LondoN and GlobE
Sliort Term, Porpotnal Floating, and Kent
Policies Issued on favorable terms.
Offlce, So. 6 MERCHANTS' EXCHANGE.
AT WOOD SMITH.
S15(lm GENERAL AGENT.
DELAWAHK MUTUAii SAFKTi' IN'SUK"
A NCE COMPANY. Iucorpurated by the Lesls-
lure ol Pennsylvania, ib3j.
Oflice, Southeast corner THIRD and WALNUT
n'repin, r llliaoeipnia.
ma rink; iNMUKiMJia
On Vttsels, Cargo, aid PrelKht, to all parts ot the
On Goods, by river, canal, lake, aud laud carriage i to
all purls ol the I'x'on.
P FI HE INSURANCES
On nifrrhandlsB generally.
Ou Btoies, swelling liuuneo, etc.
ASSETS OT TUB n'IPA.Y
Novernuer 1. Ili7.
"00,000 Vnlted Mates Elve Per Cent.
Doan ltMu 2Ol,flO0'0O
121,000 Culled hiKtes plve Per Ceut.
Loan. 1KSI 131.400-00
80 000 United Stati7 3-10 Per Ceut. Loao
Treasury Notes E2.M2 80
IK.COO Stale of Pennsylvania tlx Per
Cent. Loan 210 070 00
12o,0 City of Phlladt IphluSix PerCeut.
Doan (eieniDL lroiu tax) - 123,(125 00
69 000 Stateof New Jersey Six PerCeut
20 000 Pennsylvania Railroad First
Hoi taaKe Mix P r Cent. Bonds. 10,800'CO
25,000 Pennsylvania Railroad, Ke. ond
MoitKiiK-iMx Percent. Bouds.
2S 000 'Wesiern Pennsylvania Ralltoad
Six Percent. Bonds ( P nosy I-
vanla Railroad Kuaratiteed) 20.000 00
80,000 Stale ol Teuuesste Five Per
Cent. Loans 18,000-00
7000 Stale of Tennessee Six Percent.
8,100,300 shares stock of Her wmuoiV n
Gas Company (principal and
Interest euaranteed by the
city of Phlladel,'hlaj.... 13,000 00
7,5f0 160 Shares Stock of Pennsylva-
nla Railroad Company - 7,800 00
6,000 Ko Shares Blocker Nonh Penn
sylvania Railroad Coinnanv. 3 ,000 'GO
2C.000 80 Shares Stock Philadelphia
and southern Mall Steamship
Company . 15.000 00
201,003 Loans on Bonds aim Morlesge,
llrst Ileus ou City Property ...... 2oI,nofoo
11, HI, 410 par.
Bills 1-ece.vable lor lnnuiauce
Bal m es due at Aeno ei P.e
mltinis ou Marine Policies
Accrued Jiileiest and other
uebts due the Conrpany
Stock atidKcripn) suudiy Insu
rance and other compaulea
r- .i. t T " to. esumaiea vbhih
" 1103 OI7'lll
ttthh lu Drawer 2;m 52
lf1 .31.1 1!2
ti 6o7,ijoj lo
Thonins C. Hand.
James C. Iland,
bamuel E. muxes,
Eauitind A. hi, niler
jauies 1 raiiiair,
William C. Ludwlg,
Jacob P. J iiiom,
Jsmes It. iMcfarluud,
Joshua P. Eyre,
Johu l. l ) lor,
Henry O Dalletl, Jr.,
Oeorue W. Beruiirdou,
I). I'. Moigan, pithiburi;.
J, 11 temple, '
A. It llereer.
Joseph it. Seal,
i neophiius PauldliiK
Johu R. Penrose,
H. Jones Brooke,
Oeome G. Lelper,
w niiam u. liouiton,
THOMAS C. HAM). President.
JOHN C. D,VVi8, Vice Presldout,
HENRY LYLHURN. Secretary.
HENRY BALL. Assistant Secretary. 12 30
1829 CHARTER PERPETUAL.
Fraiiklln Fire Insiinrne Cot
NOS. 435 AND 437 CUESNUT STREET.
VBCTS OH JAMCAKT 1, ISB,
CAPITAL Mm 00,ao
AVL'MUKD UUKPLW 1,018,HB381
DNeKTTLKD CLAIita, UMCOMS FOB 18M
rit&HVJt PAID SINUS) 1890 OVKSf,
Perpetual and Temporary Policies oa Liberal Torm,
Ubtrlea N. Bancker,
"rauols W, Lewis, M, I)
HeorKe W. Richards,
w niiam o. uranl,
CHARLES 4. HANCKKK. kr..M..
OEOnXili VALKa, Vlce-Iresideni.
IA8. W, MOALL1HTEU. Heoretarv nrn um "
Except at Lexington. Kentucky, tht. rmmn.nr hmm
00 Ageucles West of Plttshnrr. I lit
N8URE AT HOME.
rcim Mutual Life Insurance
No. 921 CHBSNDT ST., PHILADELPHIA.
CnABTEBB BIT OVU OWN STATU,
niNAdEO BT OUB OWH CITIZBMH.
SAHHF.H rBIHPTI,T PAID,
poiLiciea iMavEn on tabiodn pu,h,
AppUcatlous may be made at tbe Home Odloa. aud ai
the Ageuclt throuKhout the blaie, LHl
JAMES TBtVAIR.,m PRESIDENT,
SAM DEI E. BTOKEsJ .....VICE-PBEH1D1CINT
HO. W.HOBMOK A. V.P. and AOTDAKY
HOBATIO B. BIT KlH KaT ECRETABT
ROV1DE.NT LIFE AND TBU6T COMPANY
OF PHILADELPHIA,- X
No. Ill h. 1'uUlllU fcireet.
INOOKPOKA'l ED Hit MONTH, 22, 1865
CAPITAL. i&u,uou rAlD In.
iDBorenceou Lives, by Yearly Premiums; or On s
IU, or an year ) remlums, Nou-furlelture. '
A uiililes grauied ou favorable terms.
Term Policies, Children's Kudowmeuts.
This Company , hue giving the insured the security
ot a paid-up Lai ltal, will divine the entire prollls ol
the Lile business among the policy holders.
Moneys received at luierest and paid on demand.
Authorized by the charier to execute Trus s, and
to act as Executor or Administrator, Assignee, or
Uuaidlan. aud In other fiduciary capacities, uuder ap
poluimeutol any Court o this Commonwealth, or
any person or persons, or bodies politic or corporate,
8AVTJKL R. BHIPLki, i HENRY HAINE8,
J , IVISMIl OKU W IN,
W t. IOVUul'Ublu
W. C LONOS l'K K I H,
I'HAltl.hS If. COFFIN.
8AWTJELI.bUlPLKY, ROWLAND PARRY,
WILLIAM C. LONObTUETH. Vice-President,
THOMAB W1HTAR. AI. D., J. B. TOWNetENO,
7 iCT Medical Examiner, Legal Adviser,
-pilCEMX INSTANCE COMPANY OF
JNCOKPOHADTEj5 "sot-CHARTER PERPETUAL.
No. 'l-i WALNUT btreet, opposite the Exchug.
This Company lusureB lrom lues or damage by
on liberal terms on buildings, merchandise, furniture
etc.. for limned periods, ami permaueutly ou build
ings by deposit of premiums. .... .
i he Uiu'jiauy has been in Jh1f?eiTitl?n tor mor
than BlX'fY VE. 1W, during which all losses have
i.n i,ri,,..ilv adlunted una paiu.
' r ' i)UVECT01tM.
John L. Hodge,
M. B Alauour,
William U. "rani,
Kohert W. Learning ,
D, Clark Wharton.
Ueujaiuln Ell lug,
Thouias li. Powers,
A. R. Alclienry,
Lewis V. Morris,
JOHN TI. W1'("'IT.I'!1 1'roalilent.
BamcklWilixix. Secretary, )2k
""ILLINCHAST & HILT'S
No. 409 WALNUT St.
AGENTS AND ATTORNKY8 FOR,
Ilouicl'irc Lisuraiifc Companjt
NKW HA.VES, CONV,
SirIngnold Fire and Marino Ins. Co.
Yonkcrs nud "ow York Insurance Co.,
I'coiilcs' Tire Insurance Company,
Atlantic Fire and Marine Insurance Co.,
PRuVIDJCNCJf, R. I.
Guardian Fire Insurance Company,
l.umlicrmau's Fire Insurance Co.,
Insurance effected at LOWEST RATES,
All losses promptly and liberally adjusted at their
Offlce, Ko. 405) 1VALAUT Street,
I NSURE AT H OWE.
GUAUDIAN FIIIE AND MARINE
No. 420 WALNUT Street.
CHARTERED CAPITAL, - - $500,000
TAII) L CAPITAL, . . . $100,000
f0 LOSSES OK DEUTS.
In: nre against loss or danage by Fire on Buildings,
Mercnaudlse, Houenold Furniture, aud all other
lufurub.e property, and also take Marlue, Cunal,
aud Inland Navigation R'sks at the lowest rates con
slBteut with security,
W. E. OWKN3, Pre,ldent.
NATHAN HAINES Secretary, 5 IS 8m
BEA J. F. O BR YOIT, Survey ,
Wm. K. Owens;
Hon. Weo. V, Lawrence,
Hon fciephen T, W ilson,
jBinis V. Kirk,
W m. W, i-euuer,
Di. AI. MoEMien,
Na hau llulnes,
i hnmas Wlnlams,
Howard a. Micaie,
', Kemp Bartlelt.
Jiiaa K. filclioual J.
K. C. Wortlilngion,
Wm. K 4 ressau,
Edward N. Urattan,
No. 232 WALNUT STREET, PHILADA.
INCORPORATED 17W. CHARTER PERPETUAI.
Katlaa, lalasid, and Flra lasitraac.
ASSETS JANUARY 1, 18CS, . $2,001,2b'6-72.
$20,000,000 Losses Paid ia Caali Since ita
Arthur O. Co 111 n.
Oeorge L. Harrison.
bamuel W, Juues,
John A. Brown,
Richard D. Wood,
H. Morns Walu,
Frauds R. Cope.
fcdwrd H. Trotter.
Edward 8. Clarke,
T. Chanton Henry,
Allred D. Jessup.
John P. While,
a n i m u it u. COFFIN, President,
Chari.ks Plat r, Becretary.
WILLIAM BUEHLEit, Harrlshurc, Pa. Centra
Agent tor the Mtate ot Pennsylvania. 1 2S
FIRE INSURANCE EXCLUSlVELY.-THE
PENNSYLVANIA FlxtK INSURANCE COa
PAN Y Incorporated 186-Charier Perpetual No.
510 WALNUT btreet. opposite Independence Square.
This Company, lavorably known to the community
for over fony years, continues lo Insure against loss
or damage by Uie ou Public or Private Buildings,
either permanent.y or lor a limited time. Also on
Furniture, blocks of Goods, aud Merchandise gene
rally, on liberal terms. '
Their Capital, together with a large 8d-plos Fond.
Is mvestea In the most careful manner, which ena
bles tin m to oiler to the Insured aa undoubted aeua
rlty In the case of loss.
xiihav . hj. .
T Ol II..... rx
Wutua, vtu.lliuirmim JHII,
Tl. al Tl.Mnhl. I w"l
DANIEL hmITH, Je., President.
W IIAI A M ft. CBOWILL. bvcretarr. 8 3o
ENGINES, MACHINERY, ETC.
-T-fiffft, PENS STEAM ENGINE AND
iTli1 "' f'L BOILER WOKK-..-NEAFIE fe LEVY.
t i iuAL AND THEORETICAL ENU1NEEH8.
MACHlNlbTb. BOlLEK-MAKElt-S, BLAUIf.
bAUTUa, aud FOUNDERS, having tor many years
been In successful ope. a Hon, aud been exclusively
engaged in building and repairing Marine aud River
E ngines, high and low-pressure. Iron Boilers, Water
Tanks, Propellers, etc. elc, respectfully otter their
services lo the public as belug lully prepared to con
tract for engines of all si7.es, Marine, River, aud
(stationary; having seis of patterns of different alaea
are prepared to execute orders with quick despatch.
Every descrlpliou of iiauern-maklng made at the
shortest notice. High and Low-presrure Fine
Tubular and Cylinder Rollers, ot the best Pennsylva
nia charcoal Irou. Forglngs of all sizes and kinds
Iron aud Brims Castings of all descriptions. Roli
Turning. Htri-w Cull ti g.aud all other work connected
with the above busiuens.
Draw ings and specifications for all work dona at
tbe establishment free ol charge, aud work guaran
teed. Tbe subscribers have ample wharf-dock room for
repairs ot boats, where they can lie In perfect safety,
and are provided with shears, blocks, falls, etc. etc.
for raising heavy or.ligut weigbu, Q NEAFIBJ,
John p. levy,
8 1 BEACH and PALM ER btreetg.
J. VAUGHN MKHBICK,
williau u, Minnies:
C0UTI1WARK FOl'NDRV, FIFTH AND
KJ W AbUltiUlfO firrem.
(ENGINEER AND MACHINISTS,
mannfaciure High and Low Pressure Uleam Engines
lor Land, Klvtr.aud Marine bervice.
Boilers, Oasomeiers, Tuuks, lion Boats, etc..
Castings of all kinds, either iron or brass.
Irou Frame Roofs lor Uaa Work, Workshops, and
Ballroad biallona etc.
lte'orts and Uas Machinery, ot tbe latest and most
Every description of Plantation Machinery, also
bugar, Haw, aud Ortst Mills. Vacuum Paus, Oil
b eam Trains, Delocatora, Filters, Pumping, .En
bole Agents for N. Blllenx's Patent Btnrar Boiling
Apparatus, Nesmyth's Patent Men in Hauimer, and
Asplnwall fe Wooisey's Patent Centrifugal bugar
Draining Machines. 6Su
BMIDDLFTON A CO., DEALERS IN
. HARLElull LKHlOH aud KAULU VEIN
COAL. Kept diynnder cover. Prepared expressly
lor lamlly use. Yard. No. VS5 WAbUXNu'IOiR
Avenue. Ofhce No. 61 W A LN OT Btreet. ti
f ARRIS & WEVVHALL,
No, 615 MINOR Btreet, Philadelphia,
M'CIJSU HT.A7FD K AKPWA R BLAerNa
AND MANILLA PAPitlW