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THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY", MAltCll 14, I8"il.
THE LATEST HEWS.
FROM TJIJB JfORTllWeSI.
Anatfarr Wlantn. Witr Ntartllac Repirt.
train the f rentier.
CmcAGO, March IS. Pembina dates of the
28th nit. gives news of another outbreak on the
Reserve. The 1st Battalion of Canadian Volun
teers are in open revolt, and put at defiance
their officers and the civil authorities. Present
indications are that the Government is defuact,
and that all authority has passed Into the hands
of the Canadian troops stationed at the Upper
Fort Garry of whom Dr. Schultz is recognized
as head and leader.
Within a few days nominations will be made
and elections be held for four members of the
Dominion House of Commons. A rising of a
soldiers' mob is apprehended, and all law-abiding
citizens look forward with dread to the 4th of
March, when the soldiers and Schultz's party
propose to celebrate tbe anniversary of 8cott's
execution. We are absolutely withont law, as
the Toluntccrs have taken authority into their
Another letter says the country people cannot
visit Winnipeg without fear of being insulted
and abused by lawless soldiers, and unless an
immediate Improvement is made in the condi
tion of attain,, many people will abandon their
farms and fly for refuge to the American side
of the boundary. Tbe village of Pembina is
frequently visited by parties of drunken volun
teers, who terrify ani frequently abuse citizens.
On the night of the 2 1th an American citizen
named Andrew Nault was chased across the in
ternational boundary by a party of infuriated
oldlers, and who some distance from this line
was knocked down and savagely beaten by
them and left for dead. Nault was one
of the supporters of Kiel's Provisional
Government of last winter, which Is the reason
for the assault.
The Illinois LeRlalatare.
A meeting was held last night of
prominent citizens to take into consideration
the expediency of inviting the Legislature to
hold its next session in this city, and a com
mittee of nine was appointed to carry into effect
the wishes of the meeting.
THE SOUTHERN PACIFIC BAILR01D.
BY SCHUYLER COLFAX,
VICE-I'RKSIDBNT OF TUB UNITED STATES.
Midway across the continent at the head of
twelve hundred miles of Lake navigation a thou
sand miles from Buffalo, the western terminus of
the Erie Canal, and as near to it by water as Chicago
a hundred mtles west of the longitude of St. Louis
or Galena Is the young city of Duluch, the initial
point or the Northern Pacific Railroad. That
great work, so magnificently endowed by the Gov
ernment, is already being pushed rapidly westward,
nnder its energetic controllers; and before the snow
files next fall, it will be completed to the western
line of M nnesota, where it crosses the Red
River of tbe North which runs northward to Lake
Winnipeg and one-eighth of its distance to the
Tactile Ocean will have been accomplished. Com
mencing, too, this season on its western line, the
work will be prosecuted from both directions, and
long before the nation celebrates its Centennial An
niversary of Independence, the Lakes will be nuited
by iron bands with that Mediterranean of our North
west Fuget Sound.
Of the auspicious Influence of this enterprise,
Which but a tew years ago would have been consi
dered so daring, the most sanguine of Its friends
have scarcely yet a full realization. Even taking
Chicago as the starting point, it will be (via St.
Paul, where an arm of the Northern Pacific Rail
road Is reached) two hundred miles less distance to
Puget Sound than to San Francisco. Besides this,
vessels from the Golden Gate to China sail on what
Is called the grand circle, Instead of in a straight
line; and anyone testing this by a string on a
globe will be surprised at the result, If they have
not previously studied the effect of the rotundity or
the earth, and its diminished protuberance as you
go northward towards the Pole. Hence, when they
have sailed eight hundred miles from San Francisco,
they are only t ne hundred miles from the entrance
to Puget Sound ; and this striking fact ahows the
advantages this route will have in commanding the
through traffic of Asia with our Atlantic States, or
that portion of it which will pass over the soil of this
nation on Us road to Europe.
Nor is this all. Development is the great duty of
the republic, after all Its recent trials. Resources
are the gift of the Creator. 'Developing them de
pends cn the work of man. Along the line of the
Northern Pacific Railroad, as it follows up the
water-courses, the Missouri and the Yellowstone on
this side, and descends by the valley of the Colum
bia on the otner, a vast body of agrtcnltural land is
waiting for the plough, with a climate almost ex
actly the same as that or New' York, except that,
with less snow, cattle, in the larger portion of It,
can subsist on the open range In winter. Here,
, if climate and fertility of soli produce
their natural result, when railroad facilities open
this now isolated region to settlement, will soon be
een waving grain-fields, and happy homes, and
growing towns ; while ultimately a cordon of pros
perous States, teeming with population, and rich la
industry and consequent wealth, will occupy that
now undeveloped and almost Inaccessible portion or
our continental area.
But this Road is fortunate also In its pathway
across the two ranges of mountains which tested so
eevere'y the Pacific Railroads built on the central
line, and the overcoming of which reflected such
well-deserved honor on their energetic builders. At
the Deer Lodge Pass, in Montana, where it crosses
the Rocky Mountains, its altitude above the sea Is
3500 feet less than the Union Paclfio Railroad at
Sherman, which Is said to be tbe highest point at
which a locomotive can be found in the
world. And on the Pacific sldo
of the Continent It is even more
fortunate. From Arizona op to the Arctic Circle the
Columbia is the only river which has torn its way
through that mighty range, the Andes of North
America, which in California Is known as the
Sierras, but which in Oregon changes its name to
the Cascades. Nature has tnus provided a
pathway - for the Northern PdClQo
Road through thtse mountains, the
scaling of whtch, ontbeotinr Hue, at an elevation
of over seven thousand feet (a most wonderful
triumph of engineering), cost the Central Pacific
Company mlllons of dollars, and compelled them,
for seventy miles, to maintain a grade of over one
hundred feet to the mile twice the maximum of
the Northern Pacific at the most difficult point on
its entire route.
It is fortunate, also, In It terminus on the Pad do
coast. No one who has not been there can realize
thebeautv of Puget Sound and its surroundings.
One hundred miles long, but so full of Inlets and
straits that Its navigable shore line measures seven
teen hrndred and sixty miles, dotted with lovely
laieta. with aleantle trees almost to tbe water's
eda-e. with sale anchorage everywhere, and stretch
ins southward, without shoals or bus, from the
Straits of 1 uca to the capital and centre of Wash
ington Territory, it will be a msgnlflcent entrepot
tnr the commerce of that grandest ocean of the
irnrid. the Pacific.
The Land Grant of the United 8tates, ex
e-etAWa Fiftv Millions of acres iu the wtuUr-wheat
. region of our nation (ten times as large as the area
.t vRiuhiisetts is doubtless suntclont for tue
completion of the Road; but, besides this, millions
of private means are already Invested la it. Tfce
bonds based on the Land Grant, and a mortgage on
the Road Itself In addition, are being sold as rapidly
as the money Is needed ; and, as an investment,
yielding about eight per cent, per year In currency,
rank already with the best class of railroad securi
ties. And thns the good work will go on with un
checked step to Its Onal consummation, carrying
the blessings of settlement, development, civilisa
tion, and Christianity with It in Its progress, and
literally causing the wilderness to blossom as the
rose. K. Y. Independent
Extensive Art Sai.k All lovers of the One arts
should be on hand without fall on Thursday and
Friday evenings of this week, March 10th and lTth,
at the store of Hugh A. McCann, No. 910 Chesnut
street. The immediate cause of this sale, which
doubtless will result In the sacrifice, so far as price
is concerned, of many valuable woiks of art, is the
fact that extensive alterations are about being made
in the store building mentioned. These alterations,
when completed, will give much greater comfort
and convenience to the frequenters of the establish
ment As a preparation for this the sale Is an
nounced, the proprietor desiring to clear on the pre
mises as much as possible. It is considered better to
sell at lower rates at such a time than to retain the
valuable stock on hand and run the risk or injuries
which would render them entirely valueless, and
which are almost certain to happen at such a time,
no matter what precautions may be taken. Espe
cially is this the case when the merchandise is of
such a fragile nature as are paintings or other works
of art, which a slight blow, a scratch, a fall, or even
a jar, may ruin forever. The sale will Include the
entire large collection now in the store. This col
lection is very valuable, and embraces bath foreign
and American oil paintings from the pencils of the
best artists. The salo will commence at hair-past
seven o'clock. The pictures are now on free exhlbl.
Spkcial Sai.k of Italian Carraka Marblr Sta
tuary. A fine collection of Italian marble figures
and groupes for parlors and gardens, also fluted
columns and pedestals, will be offered at public
sale, by order of importers, for foreign account, on
to-morrow (Wednesday) morning, 15th Instant, at
11 o'clock, at the salesroom of Messrs. Thomas
Birch & Fon, No. 1110 chesnut street. Toe subjects
are varied and numerous, and afford ample variety
for those who wish to adorn their houses with pro
minent as well as olasslcal objects. This sale la one
exclusively of marble works of art, and offers In
ducements which can be repeated only at very great
Mb. William W. Cassidt, the Jeweller at No. 8
South Second street, has one or the largest and meat
attractive stocks or all kinds of Jewelry and Silver,
ware in the city. He has also on hand a fine assort
ment of fine American Western Watches. Those
who purchase at this store at the present time are
certain to get the werth of their money.
C. n. Hamrick &. Co. We call the attention of
our numerous lady readers to the card of this well
known dry goods house, situated at No. 45 N. Eighth
street. Ladles should not fall to visit this mam
moth establishment before purchasing elsewhere.
Farthiko Lb art. On February 15th, by the
Etv. James H. Beale, Mr. John Fartuinu, Jr.,
to MUs Sallik D. Leary, both or this city. No
Hedpen Pbask On the 8d Inant,at Edgar
town, Mass., In the M. E. Church, Edward F.
Heddbn. or the TJ 8. Revenue etnamer Moccasin,
to Marib N., daughter of Joseph T. Pease, Esq., of
Baroer. On the night of the 12th Instant, Wa
liam Bakoer, P. G. m. of the Grand Lodge of Penn
sylvania. A Y. M.
The It W. Grand Lodge of Pcnnsvlvanla, Phll
delphta Lodge, No. 78, and his male'fiiends are in
vttdd to attend his funeral, from his late residence,
No. 1014 Morgan street, on Thursday afternoon, I3tn
instant, at 2 o'clock.
Db Haven. On the the 13th instant. Frankm
Moors, youngest son of A. II. and Mary T. De
Haven, aged 2 years.
Services at No. 924 Spruce street, Wednesday,
15th, at 8 P.M.
Interment at Wilmington.
Hart. In this city, on Sunday, tbe 12th Instant,
of disease of the heart, Bmmei.inb Bowman, daughter
of William Hart, of Vlneland, N. J., aged 22 years
and 9 months.
Funeral from the residence of her brother, No.
1004 N. Fifteenth street, on Wednesday, the 15th in
stant, at 12 o'clock.
The remains will be taken to Corning, N. Y., for
Hood. On the 13th Instant, Robert Hood, son or
Eliza and the late Samuel Hood, In the 26th .year or
The relatives and friends of the family, also Schuy
ler Council, No. 183, O. U. A. M., and Northern
Liberty Engine Company and William Tell Yacht
Club are respectfully Invited to attend the funeral.
from bis mother's residence, No. 2025 Sepviva street,
nelow Dauphin street, on Thursday afternoon, at 1
o ciocx, witnout lortner nonce.
to proceed to mount monan cemetery.
Kelley. In Beverly, N. J., March 13 Albert
F., aged I years, son of Albert L., and Cecelia E.
runerai irom residence oi nis parents, weanes-
day, loin, at x r. m.
Tobias. On the 14th Instant Harry Phillips.
son or J. o. looias, oi tnis city. t
r ACM. On Monday, March 13, Thomas S.. eldest
son of William R. and Anna Paul), aged 3 years and
Funeral Wednesday. Marcn 15, at 2 P. M from
No. 8 West Gay street, West Chester, Pa. Tae
friends of the family are Invited to attend.
Whilldin. On the 13th Instant Oliver Whim.-
sin, aged eu years ana e mom as.
The relatives and friends of the family and Eagle
Beneficial Association are respectfully invited to
attend the funeral, from his late residence, No. 542
Washington avenue, on Thursday alternoon, at 8
Interment at Euenezer unurcn urouna.
Widkner. On the 11th Instant. Harry Kern.
eldest son of Peter A. B. and H. Josephine Wide
ner, in the 12th year or his age.
Tbe relatives ana rnenas oi tne ramuy are respect
rullv Invited to attend the funeral, from his parents'
residence, JNO. isso noni ruieeuui Bireei, on weu-
nesuay, tne latn instant, mi iu o cioca.
To proceed to lAurei uul
tr MASONIC NOTICE. THE OFFICERS AND
Members of KENSINGTON LOUUE, No 211. A. Y.
M.. and the Order generally, are rraternany invited to
meet at Kensington Masonic Temple, RICHMOND
Street on WEDNESDAY HUU.MHIi, IStQ Inst.
at o ciocx, to auena me r nnerai oi our ueceasea
Brother, ANTHU.nx KAM&Hi.
By order or tne w. m.
CHARLES K. N KISSER. Secretary.
N. B. Masonic Dress will be strictly observed, ti
tV GRAND LODGE OF PENNSYLVANIA, F.
AND A. M Masonic Hall, Marc a 14, 18T1. The
Officers and Members of the GRAND LODGE are
fraternally requested to meet at tue Han, en Tnurs-
rtftv. lath instant, at 2 o'clock P. M.. in Masonlo
dress, (or the purpose of attending the funeral of
Bv order or tne m. w. u-rana msBier.
tt JOHN THQMbON, Grand Secretary.
Fbr additional Spteial NoIIcm m huid
STAR COURSE OP LECTURES.
ON THURSDAY EVENING, March 16.
Subject : "NATR1L HISTORY."
A. MINER QR1SWOLD, March 80.
("The Fat Contributor.")
Subject :'INJUN MEAL."
(JENERAL K1LPATRIOK, March 83.
MliS. CADY STANTON, March iT.
MENDELSSOHN QUINTETTE CLUB. March 80.
ADMISSION 60 DENTS
RKHEKVil) SEATS ......SS CENTS Extra
Tickets to any of the Single Lectures, and to the
Coucert, for sale at Gould & Fischer's Piano Rooms,
No. i CHESNUT Street, and at the ACADEMY
on the eveninira of the Lectures.
Doors open at quarter-past T ; Lecture at 8. Ill 8t
pf OFFICE VOLCANIC OIL ANI COAL
COMPANY. NO. 10 MERCHANTS Ei-
CHANUE. Phil auzlphia. March 18. 18T1.
The Board of Diret ior have this day declared a
dlvldeudof TY ENTY-HVE t EN I'd a snare, pay-
able on and alter the l&ih lLtaut. ,,.,,.
THOMAS J. MAGILL,
a 13 6t beuel&ry and Tre?urcr.
tfiy HEADQUARTERS UNION REPUBLICAN
w C1TV EXECUTIVE COM.MITTKB,
No. 1105 (JUKSNUT street.
Pntrin.l imn M.mK 11 10TI
At a meetlnff Of the UnmmlttM tielil nn thn above
date, in accordance with rule four of the revised
rnles, the following-named persons were selected
to organize the Senatorial and Representative Con
ventions to elect Delegates to the Convention to
nominate an Auditor and Surveyor-General :
Plst. . IDlst.
l. I'liam .1. Orens. s. John W. Donnelly.
8. Charles A. Porter. I 4. John A. Loughrldire.
1. John O'DonnelL
10. Archibald W. Curry.
8. Henry C. Selbv.
11. William Slner.
12. Jacob M. Davis.
18. Charles Slner.
14. John J. Adair.
15. John II Jefferies.
10. Wm. M. Taylor.
IT. Jonathan Brooks.
13. Richard Peltz.
8. John J. Scbell.
4. John A. Shernier.
o. Henry J. Mclntyre.
0. John U Hill. .
7. Charles F. Carpenter.
h. f rame uarr iruea.
9. P. S. Dildlne.
The Conventions will meet as follows:
First district. Hall of the Harmon Knirlne Com-
pany, Broad and Filzwater streets.
Second district, northeast corner of Broad and
Third district. Ton Hall. Third RtrAot. nhnve Wll.
Fonrth district, northeast, corner of Glrard avenue
and Alder street.
First district, southwest corner of Sixth and Dick-
Second district, southeast corner of Movamenslnz
avenne and Prime street.
1 bird district. Odd Fellows' Hall. Tenth and South
Fonrth district. O'Neill's nail. Broad and Lombard
Fifth district, No. 003 Sansom street
Sixth district, northwest corner of Market and
Seventh district, northwest corner of Franklin
and Buttonwood streets.
Klshth district. No. HIT Race street.
Ninth district, northwest corner of St. John and
Tenth district, northeast corner of West and
Eleventh district, southwest corner of Fourth and
Twelfth district, southeast corner of Frankford
road and Belgrade street
inirteentn aistnct, soutneasc corner or firth and
ronrteentn district, southwest corner or Fifteenth
and Thompson streets.
Fiiteentaoiati.ct, nortnwest corner or Amoerand
Sixteenth district, Temperance Hall, Manavunk.
Seventeenth district, southwest corner or Frank-
ford road and Unity street.
Eighteenth district southeast corner of Lancaster
and Haverford avenues.
Bv order of the Union Renublican Cltv Executive
Committee. JOHN L. HILL,
"""" ' vui.wyUU) i Kpf.rAfnrIp.
JU. V. ilONQ, f
gy- OFFICE OF THE LOGAN IRON AND
A Ui.U WJU1 A.l . ,
Philadelphia. March 13. 19T1.
The annual meeting of tbe Stockholders of this
company will be held at the office, No. 230 SOUTH
TH1MD street, on TUESDAY, March 2 at 12 o'clock
ju., wnen an election win be neid ror Five Directors,
and such other business transacted as may then be
presented. By order.
lUAKLES wesiujn, jr.,
8 14 lit Secretary.
Rgy WOMAN'S MEDICAL COLLEGE. TUE
Annual Commencement of this Institution
will be held in CONCERT HALL on WEDNES
DAY bext, March 15, at 12 o'clock M.
The maledictory Address win be delivered oy
Professor ISAAC COMLY, M. D. The public are
respectfully invitea. n t"
I5y- PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO
Ir' rfUIPOIIT anil Sifsla in riontlnm.n'a llnnta anrl
No. 83 S. SIXTH Street, above Chesnut.
t?- THE UNION PRAYER MEKTING THIS
"rw EVENING at PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH,
corner muiN i ana uinium. puouc invitea. it
At Your Own Prices.
aoTJLS & CO.,
No. 37 and 39 Borth SECOND Street,
And northeast cor. NINTH and MARKET Sts.,
Will sell von Furniture at your own prices to make
room ror tno extensive alterations. iu eirps
- CORNELIUS & SOUS,
Wholesale and Retail
No. 821 CHERRY Streei
We bare no store or salesroom
on t'heinat street
1 16 tmep
CORNELIUS A SONS.
T7NGLISII AND SCOTCH ALES AND
lilt OWN STOUT.
Just received, a fresh invoice of Guinness' Extra
Dublin Stout, Tennant's English Ale and Brown
Stout, Robert Younger'a Sparkling Edinburgh Ale,
Bass 4c Co. 'a East India Pale Ale, Allsopp's Pale Ale,
in stone and glass, all In line order, oar own Importa
A full line of choice and desirable FAMILY GRO
N. W. Corner TWELFTH. Street and
II 10 tnatnt FHILADELPHIA.
ESTABLISHED 1 HOI) .
Old Government Java Coffee.
Roasted fresh every day, at only 35 cents per lb., or
8 lbs. for on a dollar. Lovers of good coffee,
give this a trial and satisfy yourselves.
For sale only at
CQUSIY'S East End Grocery,
No, 11S South IECOni St.,
Below Chesnut, West Side.
N. B. Choice Groceries Of all kinds constantly ar-
muig. I8 tasurpl
JAY COOKE & CO..
PHILADELPHIA, NEW YSRSand WASHINGTON.
jay cooke, Mcculloch :& co.,
Dealeri In Government Securities.
Special attention clven to the Pnrrha nti si
or Bonds and Stocks on Commission, at the Board of
Brokers in this and other cities.
INTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS,
COLLECTIONS MADE ON ALL POINTS.
GOLD AND SILVER BOUGHT AND SOLD,
In connection with o ir London Honaa we am nn
prepared to transact a general
FOREIGN EXCHANGE BUSINESS,
Including Purchase and Sale of Sterling Bin, and
the Issue of Commercial Credits and Travellers' Cir
cular Letters, available In any part of the world, and
are thus enabled to receive GOLD ON DEPOSIT,
and to allow fonr per cent, interest in currency
Having direct telegraphic communication with
both our New York and Washington Offices, we can
offer superior facilities to our customers.
RELIABLE RAILROAD BONDS FOB INVEST
Pamphlets and full Information given at our office,
S 2 3mrp No. 114 S. THIRD Street Philada,
Safe Home Investment.
Sunhury and Lewislown Railroad
7 PER LUNT. GOLD
First Mortgage Bonds.
Interest Payable April and Octo
ber, Free of State and United
We are now offering the balance of the loan of
11,800,000, which is secured by a U'st and only lien
.n ine enure property anu irancoises oi the Com
pany, At OO and tlie Accrued Interest
The Road is now rapidly annroachlnsr comntetion.
wlt.h n larirn trihilA In CIliT. I HOM anf I itmolmi
in addition' to the passenger travel awaiting the
opening of this greatly needed enterprise. The local
owivi.u.i misv w OUDLB1U hHQ HUUtl.
We have no hesitation in recommending the Bonds
as a CHEAP, RELIABLE, and SAFE INVEST
MENT. For pamphrets, with map, and full information,
Witt. PAINTER & CO.,
Dealers in Government Securities,
No. 36 South THIRD Street,
SPECIAL NOTICE TO INVESTORS.
A Choice Security.
We re now able to sapply a limited amoun
Catawissa Railroad Company's
7 PER CENT.
CONVERTIBLE MORTGAGE BONOS,
FREE OF BTATJS AND UNITED STATES TAX.
Thev are Issued for the sole nnrnose of bulidins
the extension from MILTON TO W1LLIAM8PORT.
a distance of 80 miles, and are secured by a lien on the
entire roaa v ntariy iuu miles, iuuy equipped and
aoiuir iiuuiiauiuK uubiucbb.
When It la considered that the entire Indebtedness
of tbe Company win ne less man sifl.ooo per mile,
ln.iiri Ant tholP limht 1 fmni,t s latin . -
it will be seen at once what an unusual amount of
arcuritviaattacneaioineseDonas. and thev there.
fore must commend themselves to the most prudent
investors. An additional advantage la, that they
can be converted, at the option of the holder, after
la Tears, mvu iub rreierreu omjvk. at pur.
They are registered Coupon Bonds (a great safe
guard), issued In sums or asoo and tlOOO. Interest
payable February and August.
Price nx and accrued interest, leaving a good
margin ior tatruico.
for lurtuer uuuiuuuua, PP'J to
D. C. WHARTON SMITH i CO.,
No. 121 SOUTH TIIIHB STREET,
1 SSi PHILADELPHIA.
A. JLt E,
Six Per Cent. Loan of the City of Wil-
Froo o 1 nil T it x o s,
At 85 and Accrued Interest.
These Bonds are made ahsolutely secure by act of
Legislature compelling the city to levy sufficient tax
to pay Interest and principal.
P. 8. PETERSON & CO.,
No. 39 S. THIRD STREET,
JOHN S. RUSHTON & CO..
BANKERS AND BROKER?.
GOLD AND COUPONS WANTED.
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
No. CO South THIRD Street.
FJEW 7 00 GOLD ZiOAH.
8AFE1 PROFITABLE I PERMANENT I
We offer for Sale at Par, and Accrued Interest, the
FIRST MORTGAGE LAND GRAND GOLD EOND3
WOW PACIF10 RAILROAD CO.
These bonds are se"
gageontheRatlronrt t .
tire Land Gr.i t
Thousand Act u
The Bonds m
d, jf.by a First Morfc
ts rolling stooK and aL
r .f i Mortgage on its en
ore than Twenty-two
each mile or Road.
United States Tax: the
ire payable in Oold the
principal at the 4. 1 1 nlrty years, and the Interest
!?,l;?.nSlVlJ,ly' l rate of SEVEN AND THREE
JSNTHS PER CENT, per annum.
Iney are issued in denomination! of 100, S0C,
The Trustees under the Mmtgage are Messrs, Jay
Cooke, of Philadelphia, and J. Edgar Thomson,
President of the Pennsylvania Central Railroad
These Northern Pacific T-30 Bonds will at all times
before maturity, be receivable at Ten per Cent.
Premium (or 110) in exchange for the Company's
lands at their lowest cash price.
in addition to their absolute safety, these Bonds
yield an Income larger, we believe, than any other
Oret-class security. Persons holding United states
6-80S can, by converting them Into Northern Pacifies
Increase their yearly income one third, and atul
nave a penecuy rename investment.
Persons wishing to exchange stocks or other bonds
for these can do so with any of our Agents, who
will allow the highest current price for ALL MAR
JAY COOMB Ac CO.,
Fiscal Agents Northern Paclflc Railroad Co,
For Bale In Philadelphia oy
D. O. WHARTON SMITH & CO.,
No. 181 soutn THIRD otreet.
GLENDINNING, DAVIS R CO.,
No. 43 S. THIRD Street.
BOWEN A FOX,
No. 13 MERCHANTS' EXCHANGE.
SEVENTH NATIONAL BANK,
N. W. cor. FOURTH and MARKET.
T. A. DIDDLE & CO.,
No. 8S0 WALNUT Street.
"WM. PAINTER & CO.,
No. 86 South THIRD Street.
BULL & NORTH,
No. 131 South THIRD Street
BARKER BROS & CO.,
No. 83 South THIRD Street.
EMORY, BENSON & CO.,
No. 6 South THIRD Street.
B. K. JAMISON & CO.,
N.W. corner THIRD and CHESNUT.
P. S. PETERSON & CO.,
No. 89 South THIRD Street.
TOWNSEND WHELEN & CO.,
No. 809 WALNUT Street.
CHARLES B. KEEN,
No. 888 WALNUT Street.
JNO. S. RUSHTON & CO.,
No. 60 South THIRD Street.
NARR & LADNER,
No. 80 South THIRD Street.
M. SCHULTZ & CO.,
No. 44 South THIRD Streot.
BIOREN & CO.,
No. 150 South THIRD Street.
JOHN K. WILDMAN,
No. 86 South THIRD Street.
CHARLES T. YERKES, JR., & CO.,
No. 20 South THIRD Street.
WILLIAM T. ELBERT,
No. 821 WALNUT Street.
J. II. TROTTER,
No. 822 WALNUT Sfreet,
S. M. PALMER & CO.,
No. 26 South THIRD Street.
D. M. ROBINSON & CO.,
No. 133 South THIRD Street.
No. 64 South THIRD Street.
GEORGE J. BOYD,
No. 18 South THIRD Street.
H. H. WILTBANK.
No. 805 WALNUT Street.
RALEY & WILSON,
No. 41 South THIRD Street.
WALLACE & KEENE,
No. 143 South THIRD Street.
STERLING & CO.,
No. 110 South THIRD Street.
WILLIAM C. MORGAT A CO..
No, 8 South THIRD Street.
G. & W. Y. HEBERTON,
No. 62 S. THIRD Street.
JAMES E. LEWARS & CO.,
No. 29 S. THIRD Street.
JACOB E. RIDGE WAY,
No. 66 S. THIRD Street
W. H. SBELMERDI NE,
No. 10 8. THIRD Street
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UEVJ u. e. LOAH.
GOLD VIVO 5-SOs
Converted into New Loans of the
United States on best terms.
DE HA YEN & BK0.
lin&rclal Agebts United State i,
No. 40 South THIRD Street.
PORTAGE LAKE AND LAKE SUPERIOR SHIP
CANAL lua. teenred by Brut mortgaga on ihe
canal (now completed), and on real estate worth Ore
times tne amount oi tue mortgage.
LAFAYETTE COUNTY, M'SSOURf, 10s.
DOUOLAS COUNTY. NEBRA.MC4. (Includln
Omaha), lus, and otner cnoice western c uuiy and
City bouds, jleiumg goou rates oi mwreau
WESTERM PENNSYLAVNIA RAILXOtD ti,
endoised by tbe Pennsylvania Rallroid Company.
For full particulars spp'y to
llOWAKI) I altl.I.'XU T,
g i 8m No. 14T South VoUtTH Btreet.
gton and Reading
7 FX2X1 CX2CTT. SOrA ;
Free of Taxes.
We are now offerfnsr a limited annnntnr th
At SaK and Accrued Interest.
The Bonds axe Issued (n
SIOOs, S500s, and SICOOs,
COUPONS PAYABLE JANUARY AND JULY.
We placed the FIRST MORTGAGE. BONDS of
this Company at 85 per cent They are now brtngtog
on the open market S per cent This fact is strong
evidence of the standing and credit of this Com
pany. Tbe road Is now finished and doing a large and
WKI. PAINTER & CO.,
And Dealers In Government Secures,
No. 36 South THIRD Street,
Loan oftlie United States.
SUBSCRIPTIONS TO HIE
New 5 Per Cent. United
Received at onr Office, where all Information will be
given as to terms, etc.
WtVl1. PAINTER & CO.,
No. 36 S- THIRD Street,
8 8 PHILADELPHIA.
Parties wishing to subscribe for tbe
New United States Loans
At Far in Gold,
And who believe GOLD will further decline, can bor
row from us all they require for such subscriptions.
D. C WK&RTGII SMITH & CO.,
No. 121 SOUTH THIRD STREET,
Authorized Agents for sale of New TJ. S. Loan. 8 8 tt
5 rzsn ceut.
New United States Loan.
Agenta appointed to receive subscriptions or ex.
roil 5-20 EOUDS.
Books now open and information furnished aa
ELLIOTT, COLLINS & CO.,
No. 109 SOUTH THIRD STREET,
8 8tf PHILADELPHIA.
RAN 1E 1X9,
Nob. 61 and 53 S. THIRD St.
Dealen in Mercantile Paper, Collateral Loans,
Government Securities, and Gold.
Draw Bills of Exchange on the Union Bank of
London.and bue travellers' lottera of credit througa
Messrs. BOWLES BROS fc CO., available In all th
cities of Europe.
Make Collections on all points.
Execute orders for Bonds and Stocks at Board of
Allow Interest on Deposits, subject to check at
B K. JAMISON & CO.
I IT. Jtl.IJL.L.Y At CO,
BANE EES AND DKALBIU IS
Gold, Silver, and Government Rm&k
At Cloe-ftl Jlarfce atatcx,
N. W. Cor. THIRD nd CHESNUT St..
Special attention w WM MISSION 0UD8RS
in New Vork and Klulaiitsiphia Stoct Boards, etc
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