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THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, MARCH 14, 1871.
TftKLAWARB MUTUAL SAFETY INSURANCE
!J COMPANY. Incorporated by the Legislature
of Pennsylvania, 1333.
Offlce S. E. corner of TTURD and WALNUT Streets,
OB VessoU, Cargo, and Freight to all parts of tfce
on Goods by river, canal, lake, and land carriage to
all parts or the Union.
on Merchandise generally ; on Stores, Dwellings,
ASSETS OF TUB COM PANT,
November 1. 1870.
300,000 United States Six Per Cent
Loan iiawiui raonej)
(00,000 State of Pennsylvania Six Per
' Colli 1 rxmn
100.000 City or Philadelphia 81x Per
Cent. Loan (exempt from
184,000 State or New Jersey Six Per
Cent. Loan 169,920-00
S0,000 Pennsylvania Railroad First
Mortgage 8lx Per CU Bonds. 80,700'Ot
85,000 Pennsylvania Railroad Second
Mortgage Six Per Ct. Bonds. 85, SCO -00
18,000 Western Pennsylvania Hall
road Mortgage six Per Cent.
Bonds (Pennsylvania Kail
road guarantee) 80,000-00
80,000 State or Tennessee Five Per CU
Loan 13,000 00
7,000 State of Tennessee Six Per CU
12,600 Pennsylvania Railroad Com
pany (too Shares Stock) 15,000-00
6,000 North Pennsylvania Railroad
Company (loo Shares Stock). . 4,300-Ot
10,000 Philadelphia and Southern Mail
Steamship Company (80 Bit's
voi.cou i.oans on itona ana iuori?age,
first liens on City Properties..
11,260,150 Par. C'St, 11,864,447-34. M'ktVT 11,293-557-00
Real EsUte 66,000-60
Bills Kecelvable for Insur
ances made 830,971-27
Balances due at Agencies
Premiums on Marine Policies
Accrued Interest an 1 ,)Mii.r
debts due the Compaq 93,379 40
Stock and Scrip, etc , oi sua
dry corporations. 17950. esti
mated value 8,918-00
Thomas C. naud,
Samuel B. Stokes,
William G. Boulton,
1L Jones Brooke,
tionn o. uavia,
Edmnnd A. Sonder,
Joseph H. Seal,
Henry C. Dallett, Jr.,;
James C. Hand,
"William C. Ludwlg,
John D. Taylor,
George W. Bercadou,
Wm. C. Houston,
H. Frank Robinson.
Jacob P. Jenes,
James B. McFarland,
Joshua P. Eyre,
Thomas P. Stotesbnrv.
John B. Seraple, Plttsb'rg,
a. a. m rger. riusourir.
D. T. Morgan, Pittsburg.
JOHN C. DAVIS. Vice-President.
Fkkbt Lti.born, Secretary.
Henrt Ball, Assistant Secretary. a 1 llm
LIFE INSURANCE CO.
n s w irons.
LEMUEL BANGS, President.
GEORGE ELLIOTT, Vice-Pres't and Sec'y-
EMORY McCLINTOOK, Actuary.
JAMES M. LONCACnC,
MANAGER JOB. PENNSYLVANIA AND
Office, 302 WALHTJT St., Philadelphia.
H. C. WOOD, Jr., Medical Examiner.
B 83 mwflm REV. 8. POWERS, Special Agent
Mon Mutual taraace. Company
OF PHILADELPHIA. .'
fire, Mai in e, and Inland Insurance.
Office, H. E. Cor. THIKD and WALNUT
LOSSES PA TO SINOB FORMATION,
ASSETS OF THE COMPANT, JANUARY 1, 1371,
RICHARD S. SKITH, President.
JOHN MOS8, Secreury.
People's Fire . Insurance Crapy,
Wo. Cll WALKUT Street.
, CHARTERED 1859.
Fire Insurance at LOWEST RATES consistent
with security. Losses promptly adjusted and paid.
NO UNPAID LOSSES.
Assets .Decemler 81, 1S70 1129,85178
CUAS. E. BONN, President.
GEO. BUSCH, JR., Secretary. 9 148
INCORPORATED MARCH 17, 1880,
No. 81 NORTH FIFTH STREET,
SUILDINOS, HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, ANI
From Loss by fire (in the City of Philadelphia only)
ASSETS. JANUARY. 1. 1S70. 1.T03,319 Or.
William n. Hamilton,
George I. Young,
Jos. R. Lyndall,
tavI p. Coats.
Charles P. Bower,
m. n. vicxinson,
Samuel Sparhawk, ' Peter Williamson,
Joseph E. SobeU.
WM. H. HAMILTON, President.
SAMUEL SPARH AWE, Vice-President.
WILLIAM F. BUTLER,
TJiAMK IN8URANOK COMPANY
No. 809 CHESNUr Street
iKOOitroBATBD 1866. oBsania rsarrrTAL.
FIRE INSURANCE EXCLUSIVELY,
insurance against Loss or Damage by tiro either
Perpetual or Temporary Foiloioa,
John Kesaier, Jr.,
Edward it. Orne,
John W. Everman,
William u. itnawa,
William M. Seyiert,
John F. Smith,
W1H 1AM H. RHAWN, Vice-President.
wnt.tAUl L BL1UCHABD Seoretarv. 1 931
nnc ENTERPRISE INSURANCE CO. OF
rt s w. crw. FOURTH and WALNUT Street
vivo IMSII RANOE EXCLUSIVELY.
T,vVK'rum. AND TERM POLICIES ISSUED.
CASH Capital (paid up In full).
CASH Assets, Wsc-mlT 1. 1870
F. Ratchford Starr,
John M, Atwood,
George H. Sturt,
I J. Livlngstoi Errlnger,
jjames u lagnorn,
.Wm. O. Uouiion,
Thomas U. Moutgomar
jonn u. urown,
'James u. Aertaen.
THOMAS U. MONTGOMERY, Vit-President.
ALEX. W. WINTER, SecreUry.
JACOB K. PETEKSON. Aanltaot Sacretary.
-cs iiTiiiii)Hii i a iv it. rrtiu"iiu
FIRS XN8URAN0B CO.,
IX) 5 DO H.
rald np OniiUl ud AoomjnnUtiJ Vantta,
08,000,000 I TV GrOLU.
PUEV08T HEUU1NO, AgenU,
. u da. IJ7 B. TU1KO Bio. PbUdlvtol.
ouas. m. ruvoax ouaa. r. uswuj
Fir?) Inland, and Marine Iniuranci.
INSURAN C E COMPANY
ASSETS January 1, 1871.. $3,050,536
Receipts of Premiums, 70
Interests from Investments, 137
Losses paid In 1S70
STATEMENT OF THE ASSETS.
First Mortgages on Philadelphia City Pro
United States Government Loans 895,939
Pennsylvania! State Loans 164,310
Philadelphia City Loans 900,000
New Jersey and other State Loans and
City Bonds 823,510
Philadelphia and Reading Railroad Co.,
other Railroad Mortgage Bonds and
Philadelphia Bank and other Stocks ea,4S4
Cash In Bank 99 1 ,049
Loans on Collateral Security 81,434
Notes receivable and Marine Premiums
Accrued Interest and Pteminm In coarse
of transmission 83,901
Beal estate, Offlce of the Company so.ooo
Certificates of Insurance issued, pavable In London
at the Coaming House of Messrs. BR JWN, 8H1P-
ARTHUR . COFFIN,
MATTITIA8 MARIS, Secretary.
V. H. REEVES. Assistant Secretary.
ARTHUR G. COFFIN,
SAMUEL W. JONES.
FRANCI8 R. COPE,
EDW. H. TROTTER
EDW. S. CLARKE,
T. CHARLTON HKNRY.
JOHN A. BROWN,
ALFRED D. JESS OP,
LOUIS O. MADEIRA,
CHA8. W. CUSHMAN,
CLEMENT A. GRISCOM
GEORGE L. 11AKK18UPI,
WILLIAM BHOCKIK. 1 93
1829 CHARTER raRPJSTUAL. jgyj
tallin Fire Insurance Cup
Office, Hos. 435 and 437 CHESNUT St,
Assets Jan. I , ,71$3,087l452,35
CAPITAL 1400,000 00
ACCRUED SURPLUS AND PREMIUMS.9,637,459 85
INCOME FOR 18T1,
LOSSES PAID IN 1970,
Losses Paid Since 182 Nearly
The Assets of the "FRANKLIN" are all Invests
In solid secnrities (over 12,750,000 in First Bonds and
MortiraireB). which are all interest bear in? anri
dividend paying. The Company holds no BUis Re
ceivable taken for Insurances effected.
Pernetnai ana Temporary roimea on Liberal
Terms. The Company also issues policies upon the
Bents or au mnus oi cuuuings, wouna Konts and
Alfred G. Baker,
George W. Richards,
Alfred Fltler, "
WUllam 8. Grant,
Thomas S. Bills,
Gustavna S. Benson.
ALFRED G. BAKER. President.
GEORGE FALES, Vice-President
JAMES W. MCALLISTER, Secretary. (3 7td31
THEODORE M. itEUEK, Assistant secretary.
PENNSYLVANIA FIRS INSURANCE
Incorporated 1820 Charter Perpetual,
010 WALNUT Street, opposite Independence
This Company, favorably known to the comma
nttv for over fortr vears. continues torliMure asalnst
loss or damage dt fire on Public of Pukate Build'
lnss. either permanently or for a limited time, Also
on Furniture, Stocks of Goods, and Merchandise
irpTiprtiiiv. on iiDerai terms.
Their Capitol, together with a large Surplus Fund.
Is Invested In the most careful manner, which ena
bles them to oner to the insured an oaaouD&ea seoa
rity In the case of loss.
Daniel Smith, Jr. Thomas Smith,
Isaac Haxlehnrst, I Henry Lewis,
Thomas Robins, I J. UUlloKham FeU,
John Deverenz, I Daniel Haddock,
Franklin A. Cornly.
DANIEL SMITH, Jh., President
WM. Q. Cbowsll, Secretory. 8 BO
A NTHRACITE INSURANCE COMPANY.
Offlce. No, 811 WALNUT Street, between Third
nrt Fourth streets. Philadelphia. '
This company win insure against. ios or uamige
by Fire, on Buildings, Furniture, and Merchandise
Freights. Inland Insurance to all parts of the Union.
J. E. Baum,
John B. Heyl,
Samuel II. BolhermeL
Wm. M. uaira.
John R. Blaklston,
W. F. Dean,
WILLIAM K SUE It. President.
WM. F. DEAN, Vice-President.
W. M. Smith, Secretary. Bit
ENGINES. MACHINERY. KTO.
fL FENN STEAM BNU1JSK AND BUILCB
Lii WORKS. NBAFIE A LEVY, PKACT1.
CAL AND TU KOKETICAL lUNUlKJIKKtS, MA
CHINISTS. BOILER-MAKERS, BLACKSMITHS,
and FOUNDERS, having for many years been in
tucoessfdl operation, anu oven exclusively engaged
In building and repairing Marine and River Engines,
h orh mid low nreaaure. iron uuuuis, ntwt xansa
Propellers, etc. etc, respectfully offer their servlees
to the public as being fully prepared to contract foi
engines of all sisess, Marine, River, and Stationary;
having sets or patterns or dirleient slses, are pro
pared to execute orders with quick despatch. Every
description or pattern-making made at the shortest
nr.tir niirh and Low Pressure Fine Tnbnlar and
Cylinder Boilers of the best Pennsylvania Charcoal
Iron, f orKlDKo vi ail mo m uw suu
,,..,,.',...7- -11 i.lnHi.a Rnll 'Pnrnlno
ccrew cuttluv. and all other work oonnecte
With the above business.
T)r.iin unit aneciflcatlons for all work done
the establishment free of charge, and work gua
tub aubScrlbers have ample wharf dock-toom fo
repairs of boats, where they can lie In perfeoi
safety, and are provided with shears, diocks, laus
etc. etc., for raising heavy or ugut weignia.
w ' JACOB C. NltAFlB,
JOHN P. LEVY,
1M BEACH and $ ALMEH Stresta.
TUBE WORKS AUD IRON CO..
Manufacture Plain and Galvanised
and Sundries lor Uas and Stuam Fitters, Plumbers
Machinists, ttamugm"".i uu MuuerB, eio.
TWENTY-THIRD AN I FILBERT STREETS.
8 1 No. 43 N. FIFTH STnKfcT.
COTTON SAIL DUCK AND CANVAS, OF AL
7m U'Hiron-4-over Iiuck. Aluo. Paper MUiuttvo
loren' Irtr Felt, from tuirty to neTentjHC
witk Faullna, IV'kmaN.
VX 10 CHURCH Itreet (Oltf HtoieeV
PHILADELPHIA AND READING RAtLROAD
Depot, THIRTEENTH and CALLOWHILL StreeU.
Until further notice trains will Leave and Arrive
as olows :
TRAINS LK AT. A. W. rttATWt ARRTTI. A. W .
P.ead KAAJlent'nWay 7-80 Tottstown acoora.... 918
HnrrlBb'gAPotts'e Ex 8-15,Read:g A Pottsv'e Ao.lO W
Phfla.A Potts'e Way p.m.
iTain is-bo Harnsb'gftPotts-eKX ivo
l'hiift. A Pottsv'e
Hsrrlsb'gAPotts'e Ex 8-80
Pottstown Accommo. 4-00
Read gA. Pottsv'e Ac. 4-45
narTishgAPotts's Ex 7-00
and Alien town Ac. 9-10
ON SON DATS. A. M.
From Pottsvllie 19 85
From Readlnc T-a's
ON LSUNDATS. A. M.
To Reading 8-00
To Fottsvllie 815
The Sunday trains connect with similar trains on
the Ferkloraen and Coiebrookdale Railroads.
roruowniniwwn and points on Cheater Vallev
Railroad, take 7-80 a. m., 12-30 noon, and 4 n. m.
For SchwenkBvllle and points on Per-kiomen Rail
road, take 7-80 a. m. 12-80 noon, and. 4 p. m.
For Mt. Pleasant and points on Coiebrookdale
Railroad take 7-80 a. m. and 4-00 p. m.
N. Y. EXPRESS FOR FITTSBUKU AND WEST.
Trains leave New York at 9 00 a. m. aud B-oo d.
m passing Reading at 1-55 and 10-05 p. m., connect
lng at Harriaburg with Pennsylvania and Northern
Central trains for Chicago, ClnclnnaU. Plttsbur.
Bnltlmore, WllllamRport. etc.
Sleeplnir cars accomnanv these trains thronirh be
tween Jersey City and Pittsburg without change.
Trains for New York leave Harrlsbmg al 810,
8-10, and 11-45 a. m., and 2-50 p. m.
Additional train leaves New York for narrisourg
at 19 o'clock noon.
For particulars see Guide Books, which can be ob
tained at No. fell Chesnut street, and at all stations,
beason, Ecnooi, Mileage, and commutation Tickets
at reduced rates to be had of 8. Bradford, Treasurer,
No. S27 8. Fourth atrpet. Philadplnhla. or A.
Nlcolls, General Superintendent, Reading.
Street Cars. The Thirteenth and Fifteenth, and
Race and Vine streets, connecting with other lines,
run close to the Depot.
ltngiraire collected and delivered bv Duniran s Bacr-
gage Express. Orders left at Depot, or at No, 225 S.
QERMANTOWN AND NORRISTOWN BRANCH.
Depot. Ninth, and (jreen.
Trains leave for Germantown at . 7. 8. 8 V. 9-Ofl.
10,11,12 A.M.; 1,2,9 80, 8 15, 845, 4-06. 4 80, 5-05,
5-45, 6, 6-80, 7, 8, 9, 10DB, 11, 18 p. m. Leave Ger
mantown, 6, 6-55, 7-80, 8, 820, 9, 9tf, 10, 11, 19 a.
SI. J 1, , B, SW, , 4-4S, O, 630, 0, 6-80, T, 8, V, 19, 11 p.
m. The 8-20 and 9-80 down trains, 9-30, 8-45, and 5-45
on trains, will not ston on the Germantown branch.
On Sundays, leave at 9-15 a. m. ; 2, 4 05. 7, 10-45 p. m.
Leave Germantown, 8-15 a. m. : 1, 8, 6, 9-45 p. m.
rasaengera lasmg me e-os, a. m., and 6-30
p. m. trains from Germantown. will make .close
connection with the trains for New York at Inter
Chxskut Hill Railroad. Leave at 8, 8, 10, 19
a . o.un o ... k it ... k n n ti M t . .1.
nut Hill at 710, 8,9-10, 11-40 a. in.; 1-40, 8-40, S 40,
8-40, 8-40, 10-40 p. m. On Sundays, leave 9-l
a. m.; 2 and 7 p. m. Leave Chesnut HIU at 7-60
a. m. ; 19-40, 5-40, 9-25 p. m.
For CoKsnoHOCKEN and NoRRisTowN. Leave At
8, 780, 9, 11-05 a. m. ; 1-30, 8, 4, 6, 6-30, 6 15, 8-05, in,
1145 p. m. Leave Norrlstown at 6-30, 6-25, 7, 7-45,
8-50, 11 a. m. : 1-30, s, 4 -so, 6-16, 8, 9-30 p. m. On Sun
days, leave at 9 a. m. ; 2-80, 4, 7-30 p. m. Leave Nor
rlstown at 7 a. m. ; 1, 5-30, 9 p. m.
roB manatunk. Leave at 6. rao. v. 11-05 a. m. :
1-30,8,4,6, D-30, 6-15, 8 0S, 10, 11-45 p. m. Leave
Manayuns ate, e-5& 7-80. 8-10, 9-20. n-30 am. :a.
3-80, 5, 6-45, 8-30, 10 p. m. On Sundays, leave at 9 a.
m. ; 2-3U, 4, 4 -so p. m. Leave Mauaynnx at 7-30 a. m. ;
1-80, 6-15, 9 80 p. m.
iou 1 ltmouth. -LeaTe at 0 a. m. ana 0 p. m.
Leave Plymouth at 6-20 a. m. and 2-30 p. at.
The 7-45 a. m. train iron, jxornstown win not stop
at Magee's, Potts' Landing, Domino, or Schur's Lane.
rasseBgers tasmg me iu vua a. m., ana e-so
p. m. trains from Ninth and Green streets will
make close connections with the trains for New
York at Intersection Station.
The 8-30 a. m., 12-80 and 6 p. m. trains from New
York stop at Intersection Station. 11
1 Q7fi FOR NEW YORK THE O AMD EN
10 I U. and Am boy and Philadelphia and Tren
ton Railroad Compaales' unes from Philadelphia
to New York and Way Places.
PROM WALNUT BTRRBT WHARP.
At 7 A. M.. Mall and Aeoommodatlon. via Cam
den and Amboy, aad at 880 P. M., Aooommoda-
tlon, via Camden and Jersey City.
At 2 and 8 P. M., for Ambey and intermediate staj
At 7 A. M. and 880 r. M. for Freehold and Far-
At 7 ana 10 a. Da., 11 m., i, b bo, ana r. m. ior
At 7 and 10 a. m., u m.. x, s-80, t, 0, 7, and
11-80 P. M. for liordentown, Florenoe, Barlimcton'
Edgewater, Beverly, Dolanoo, Rlverelde, River,
ton, and Palmyra.
At 7 and 10 A. M., 13 MM I, 8, 7, and 11-80 P.M.
for Fish House.
The 11-80 V. M. line leaves from market street
Ferry (upper side).
T MUM WfiHT I'M IL&l'SLrUlA UlrUT,
At T-80 and 9-46 A. M., l ao, 8-10, -8u, e-46 and It
P. M., New Xork Express Lines, and at 11-80 P. M.,
Line, via Jersey City.
At 7-80 and -4 A. M., 1-3P. s-io, o so, i , ana u
P. M. for Trenton. . . .
At 9-4t A. M. l-so, e-4B ana is r. m. ior unstoi.
At 13 P. M. (night) for Morrlsvlile, Tuliytown,
Schenok's, Eddlngton, Cornweils, lorreBdale,
Hoimesbarg Junotlon, Taoony, Wlsslnomlng,
nr lenburif. and Frank lord.
ndav Lines leave at e a. m.. e t r. so.., ana
At T-80 A. 1U., 3-80, 8 80, and 8 P. M. for Trenton
and Bristol, and at 9 80 A. M. and P. M. for
At 7-80 a. m., s-80, ana r. jxu ior Morrisviue
At 7 80 ana WiSO A.m., s-su, o, ana o e. m. ior
Scbenok's. Eddlngton, Uornwells, Torresdale, and
.-A n-i in... K.lft m,A ...A 1 M fnw RmkMa.
tcn, HolmeBburg, and Holmesbnrg Junotlon.
At 7 ana v a. i o, w, , , uu i i
P. M. for Taoony, Wlsslnomlng, Brldesborg, and
VIA BXLVIDSRX DXLAWAHB KAU.KUAD.
At 780 A.M. for Niagara Falls, Buffalo, IJan-
klrk, Eimlra, Roehester, Syracuse, Great Bend,
WUkesbarre, bonooieys mountain, eio.
At t aa A. M. and 8 30 P. M. for Soranton.
Stroudsburg, Water Uap, Belvldere, Easton,Lam
bertvlile, Flemlngton, eto.
At i P, U. for LambertTUlo and Intermediate
PROM MARKST STREBT FISST IUPPBB SIDE),
VIA VIW ;SB9II SOUTH BRN AAILAOAD
At 11 A. M. fur New York. Long Branok, and
VIA OAHDln AKD BUBLIKBTOn UUUBTI KAILKUAU,
At e-4 and 11 A. M., 1. a ao, 8-ao, , and e-80 r. m.,
and on Thursday and Saturday nights at 11-80 P.
M. for Merohantsvllle, Moorestown, Hartford,
MasonvUle, Hainesport, and Mount Holly. .
At e-4 A. M., 8-80 and 8 80 P. M. for Lomberton
and Med lord.
Ate 46 and 11 A.m., s so, s, ana e-Bor.in.ior smith
vllle, EwansvUle, Vlnoentown, Birmingham, and
At e4SA.0i., A ana b ou r, w.. iur L.awiotown,
WriaUtstown, Uookstowa, New Egypt, Horners-
town, Cream Ridge, lnuaystewn, buaron, and
Dec 13, 1870. w jja. n. uai iffljiu, Agsns.
WEST CHESTER AND PHILADELPHIA RAIL
ON AND Ar ran mouax, ucsoDer it, ist,
Traina will leave and arrive at the Depot. THIRTY-
FIRST and CHESNUT Street, as follows:
For West Chester at 7-45 and 11-20 A. nt, 9-80.
615, and 11-80 P. M. Stops at all stations.
ror v est v;nesier iw r. ul, i uib tram siopa
only at stations between Media and West cnester
UOnS. . T,T T,T .
From West Cheater at 6-80 and 10-48 A. M.. 1-fiO.
45, and 6-55 P. M. Stops at all stations,
vrnm Wfnt Cheater at 75 A- M. This train stona
only at stations between West Chester and Media
Vrom B. C. Junction at 8 40 A. M. Stops at all
ON SUNDAY Leave i-iiimuoiiui bv a. au
and IP. 1L Leave West cueaier at 1x0 a. u. and
4 P- M- nmv-nrvo r .
1014 W. U WUXJUi!., OUIIDIlUHlUUBai,
EST JEB SEY RAILROAD 8.
FALL AND WINTER ARRANGEMENT
fJOMMKNClNG MONDAY, SEPTEMllKi. '9,1870.
Trtlu wui uiittueii'uiaft sm tuAAUft .-x roju
foot ol Market ttreet (upper tmj),
6"10 A- HI., x hwktuci ivr diiufuu, oaiem,
Swedesboro. yineland, allllvllle, and way stations.
1 J 4Q 2V AXA. I v www f Mwvuui &u w--
8-16 P. M-, Passengerlor Cape May, Mill vllle, and
wav stations neiow uiiivni.
8o P. M., Passenger lor Bridgeton, Salem,
K....irn. a.nd wav stations.
6-80 P. M Aooommodatlon ror Woodbury, Glaas
boro. Claitou. Swedeaboro, and Intermetllate sta-
Freight Train leaves Camden dally, at 18 M.
WILLIAM J SEWKLL, Superintendent
pENNSYLYANIA CENTRAL iLRAILROAC.
AFTER P.M., SUNDAY, JANUARY 1, 1870.
The trains of the Pentiorlranla Central Railroad
iTn,h PVt, at THfRTY-FIKST and MAR.
K.KT Streets, whion la reaohed dlreotly iy the Mao
yet street ears, the last oar otmoeotlnjr with eaofc
train leaving Front and Market streets thirty
inlnatei before its departure. The CheRnut and
Walnut streets ears run within ens muare of the
eerdpir-aT tickets can be had on application
at the Tloket Offlo. n. W. corner Ninth and Ohes
nnt streets, and at the Depot.
Agents of the Union Transfer Company will call
for and deliTer baggage at the depet. Orders left
at No. 901 Chesnnt street, or No. 118 Market street,
will reoelve attention.
... t TaAiKg LIATSr DSPOT.
Plttsbnrg Express .... 12-11 A. M.
Mau Train - , 8og a M.
Lock Haven and Eimlra Express . . B-40 A. M.
rwuAuvuuiiuuumwnirw a.m.s; i-io ana 7-iot .ra.
.12 40 P. M.
13-40 P. M.
. 8 80 P.M.
4-10 P. M.
. 1-80 P.M.
8 00 P. Td.
, 9-60 P. M.
10 10 P. M.
Erie Express ....
Harriaburg Aeoommodatlon .
Parkesbnrg Train . . .
Cincinnati Express . . ,
Erie Mall and Buffalo Express
Paeifio Express . . .
Paoli Accommodation. No. 4
11-19 P. M.
Erie Mail leaves dall
lv, running on Saturday
DtKbt to Willlamsport only.
117. on aunaav niirnt nas.
senders will leave Phlladerlnhla at 10 10 p. M.
Cincinnati and Paolno Express leaves dally. AU
other trains dally exoept Sunday.
The Western Aeoommodatlon Train runs dally,
except Sunday. For this train tickets must be pro
cured and baggage delivered by P. M. at No. 118
Sunday Train No. 1 leaves Philadelphia at 8 40
A. M.j arrives at PaoM at 9-49 A. M. Sunday
Train No. 3 leaves Philadelphia at 840 P. M.i ar
rive! at Paoll at 740 P. M.
Sunday Train No. 1 leaves Paoll at 6-80 A. M.;
arrives at Philadelphia at 8 lo A. M. Sunday
Train No. x leaves Paoll at 480 P. M.; arrives at
Philadelphia at 8 80.
TRAINS ABRIVB AT DEPOT.
Cincinnati Express . . . 1-10 A. M.
Philadelphia Express . 7 00 A.M.
Erie Mail . . , 1 . . . 700 A. M.
Paoll Aooommodat'n, 8 30 A. tt. A 8 5 J A 0-40 P. M.
Parkesbnrg Train ..... 9 00 A. ML.
Fast Line and Buffalo Express , 9 60 A.M.
Lanoaster Train .... . 12 20 P.M.
Erie Expross , 6-4 f. NU
Lock Haven and Eimlra Express .. 6 46 P. M.
Paolno Express 8 35 P. M.
Southern Express . ... 6 46 P. M.
HarrlEbnrg Aoooismodatlon . 9-40 P. M.
Paoll Accommodation. No. 4 . . .10-50 P.M.
For turtw Information apply to
JOHN F. VAN LEER, J n., Tloket Agent. .
No. 901 CHESNUT Street.
FRANCIS FUNK, Tloket Agent.
No. 118 MARKET btreet,
SAMUEL H. WALLACE,
Tloket Agent at the Depot.
The Pennsylvania Railroad Company will not
as mine any rink for Baggage, except for Wearing
Apparel, and limit their responsibility to One Hun
dred Dollars In value. All Baggage exceeding
tuat amount In value will be at the risk of the
owner, unless taken by speolal oontraot.
A. J. CASS ATT
4 39 General Superintendent, Altoona, Ia.
philadelphia, wilmington, and bal
commencing monday, november 81, 1870.
Trains will leave Depot, corner or Broad street
and Washington avenue, as follows
Way Mall Train at 8-80 A. M. (Sundays exoepted),
for Baltimore, stopping at all regular stations.
Connecting at Wilmington with Delaware Railroad
Line, at Clayton with Smyrna Branoh Railroad
and Maryland and Delaware Railroad, at Har
rington with Junotlon and Breakwater Railroad,
at Seaford with Dorohester and Delaware Rail
road, at Delmar with Eastern Shore Railroad, and
at (Salisbury with Wloomloo and Pocomoke Rail
road. Express Train at 11-48 A. M. (Sundays exoepted),
for Baltimore Mid Washington, stopping at Wll
mlngton, Perryvllle, and Havre-de-Graoe. Con
nests at Wllmingto i-T'th train for New Castle.
Express Train at 4 P. M. jSzndays exoepted), for
Baltimore and Washington, stopping at Chester,
Thurlow, Llnwood, Claymont, Wilmington, New
pert, Stanton, Newaik, Elk ton. North East,
Charlestown, PerryvlUe, Havre-de-Graoe, Aber
deen, Perry man's, Edge wood. Magnolia, Chase's
and Stammer's Run.
Night Express at 11-80 P.M. (Dally), for Balti
more and Washington, stopping at Chester, Lin
wood, OlayniOnt, Wilmington, Newark, Elkton,'
North East, PerryvlUe, Uavre-de-Grao, Perry
man's, and MaKDolla.
Passengers for Fortress Monroe and Norfolk will
take the 1146 A. M. train.
Stopping at all stations between Philadelphia
Leave Philadelphia at 11-00 A. M., 3-80, 6-00, ant
T'O'O P. M. The 6-00 P. M. train connects with Dela
ware Railroad for MUford ana intermediate
atatlons. . .
Leave Wilmington 6-46 and 8-10 A. M., 100, 4 09,
and 7-16 P. M. The 8-10 a. M. train will not stop
between Chester and Philadelphia. The 716 P. M.
train from Wilmington runs Dally; all other ao
oommodation trains Sundays exoepted.
Trains leaving Wilmington at 6-48 A. M. and 4-00
P. M. will oonneot at Lamokln Junotion with the
7 00 A. M. and 4 80 P. M. trains for Baltimore Cen
From Baltimore to Philadelphia. Leave Balti
more 7-86 A. M., Way Mall; 9-85 A. M., Express;
3-86 P- M., Express; 726 P. M., Express.
SUNDAY TRAIN FROM BALTIMORE.
Leaves Baltimore at 726 P. M-, stopping at Mag
nolia. Perryn-an's, Aberdeen, Kavre-tle-Graoe, Per
ry vllle, Oliarleatown, North East, Elkton, Newark,
Stanton, Newport, Wilmington, Claymont, Lln
wood, and Cheater.
Through tickets to all points West, South, and
Southwest may be procured at ticket office. No. 828
Chesnut street, nnder Continental Hotel, where
also State Rooms and Berths In Sleeping Oars can
be secured during the day. Persons purchasing
tickets at this offloo oan have baggage oheoked at
their resldenoe by the Unlen Transfer Company.
H. F. KJ-NNEY, Superintendent.
THE PHILADELPHIA AND BALTIMORE CEN
TRAL RAILROAD. CHANG OF HOURS.
On ana aiter mujiuai, uciooer s, isu, trains
will run as follows: Leave Philadelphia from depot
of P. W. A B. R. R-, corner Broad street and Wash-
in e ton avenue:
For Port Deposit at T A. M. and 4-30 P. M.
For Oxford at 7 A. M., 4-80 P. hi., and 7 P. M.
For Oxford Wednesdays and Saturdays only at
8-80 P. M. 1
ForChadd's Ford and Chester Creek Railroad at
T A. M., 10 A. M., 4-80 P. M.. and 7 P. M. Wednea
days and Saturdays only 9-30 P. M.
Train leaving Philadelphia at 7 A, M. connects at
Port Deposit with train for Baltimore.
Trains leaving Philadelphia at 7 A. M. and 4 SO
p M. connect at Chadd's Ford Junction with the
Wilmington and Reading Railroad.
Trains for Philadelphia loav Port Deposit at 9-26
A- M. and 4-28 P. M., on arrival of trains from Baltl-
&Oxrord at 6-08 A. M., 10-35 A. M. and 6-30 P. M.
Sundav at 6-80 P. M. only.
Chada'sTordlat 7-26 A. M., 11-68 A. M., 85 P. M.,
and 6-49 P. M. Sundays 6-49 P. M. only.
Passengers are allowed to take wearing apparel
only as baggage, and the company will not lu any
a J reDDOiislble for an amouut exceeding one
hundred dollars, unless special contract la male fo
the same. 11 c:xui wuuu,
a General Superintendent.
PHILADELPHIA AND ERIE RAILROAD.
TDe trams on the Philadelphia and Erie Rail
road will ran as follows from the Pennsylvania Rail
road Depot, West Philadelphia:
MAIL TRAIN leaves Philadelphia
BAl V Willlamsport...,
arrives at Erie
ERIE EXPRESS leaves Philadelphia.
w arrives at Erie.
ELMIRA MAIL leaves Philadelphia..,
ju mia ............
9-40 P. M.
7-85 A. M.
7-40 P. M.
13-90 A- M.
, 8 50 P. M.
, 7 -40 A. M.
9-30 A. M.
6 35 P. M.
arrives at Lock Haven. . 7 f0 P. M.
MAIL TRAIN leaves Erie. 9 00 A. M.
al ... " Willlamsport 10-05 P.M.
arrives at i'lilladolpula. ... 6-60 A. M.
ERIE EXPRESS leaves Erie.. 9O0P, M.
" Willlamsport... 8-45 A. M-
arrives at Philadelphia. 6-30 P. M-
FLMIBA MAIL leaves Lock Haven 8-15 A. M.
" Willlamsport. 9-95 A. M.
arrives at Philadelphia. .. 5 80 P. M.
BUFFALO EXP. leaves Wlillauispoit....l-33 A. M.
arrives at Philadelphia.. 9 40 A. M.
Express, Mall, and AcooiniuodaUon, eattt aud
West, connect at Corry, and all weat booud trains
and Mall and AccoiuiuoUbUku east at Irvinelou with
Oil Creek aud Allegtienv River Railroad.
WM. A. BALDWIN, Ucneral Saporlutendent.
ORT MIHIl.1T. Uf.ITTK Til TDK
Xl THE SHORT MIDDLE
m IN( t VALLEYS, NORTH.
EKN PENNSYLVANIA, SOUTHERN AND IN
TJrRIOK NEW YORK, BUrFAtJ, O'IRRY.
ROUIIKSTEB. THE GREAT LAKES, AND THE
DOMINION OF CANADA.
Takes effect December 1, 1870.
Fifteen Dally Trains leave Passenger Depot,
corner of Berks and Amerleaa StreeU (Sundays
"rai, as rouows
T'W A. M. (Aeoommodatlon)
far B-nrl W&.hlna--
At 7-88 A.M. (Erpr-?p
port, Mabarx"; "
Waverley.Llm . . ,
id the Great We
- Bethlehem, Easton, Al-
v n, Plttaton, Towanda.
aeotim with the ERIE
agara Falls, Rochester,
s'ranolsso, and all points
8'85 A. M. Aect.it. .n.i1&tlnn fnr nmUilAw.
9 46 A. M. (Exprsr.t for HetLUhem, Eanon, Al-
lentown, Maoou Chunk. Wllllamrnort. Mi-hivnoT
!?.. wJla,,0,l On. Willlamrport,
City, Wilkesoarre, Plttston, Soranton,
town. Schooley's Mountain, and M. J. O
nurru bii x sbbx ivaureaus.
li A. M. (Aeoommodatlon) for Fort Washington
1-16 and 6-30 and 8 16 P.M., forAblngton.
I- 46 P. M. (Expres) for Bethlehem, Easton, Al
lentown, Mauoh Ohunk, Mahanoy Cltr. Wilkes
barre. rittston, and Uatleton:. "
3 80 P. M. (Aooommodatlon) for Doylestown.
At 8-30 P. M. (Bethlehem Aooommodatlon) for
Bethlehem, Easton, Allentown, andOopiay.
4-16 P. M. (Mall) for Doylostown.
6-00 P. M. fer Bethlehem, Eacton, Allentowa,
and Mauoh Chunk.
6 30 P. M. (Aeoommodatlon) for Lansdale.
II- 80 P. M. (Aooommodatlon) for Fort Washing
ton. The Fifth and Sixth streets, Second and Third
streets, and Union Lines City Cars run to the
TRAINS ARRIVE IN PHILADELPHIA FROM
Bethlehem at 8 66, and 10 86 A. M.t 3-16, 8 06, and
Doylestown at 8-31 A. M., 4-40 and 6 86 P. M.
Lansdale at 7-80 A. M.
Fort Washington at 0-30 and'U-30 A. M., 8-10 P.M.
Ablngton at 3 86. 6 66, and 9 86 p. M.
Philadelphia for Bethlehem at 9 80 A. M.
Philadelphia for Doylostown at 3 00 P. M.
Doylestown for Philadelphia at 7 A. M.
Bethlehem for Philadelphia at 4-00 P. M.
Tlokets sold and baggage checked through to
rrlnolpal points at Mann's North Pennsylvania
Baggage Express Onlce, No. 106 3. Fifth street.
Dec. 19. 1870. ELLIS OuARK. Asent.
J E O I S T I R'S N O T I C B,
To all Legatees, Creditors, and otler persons Into
rested, notice is hereby given that the fo lowing
earned persons did, on the dates affixed to their
name, tile the accounts or their Administration to
the estates ol those persons decewed, and Guar
dians' and Trustees' accounts, whose names are
undermentioned, in the Office or the Register for
the Piobate of Wills and granting Litters or Admin
istration in and ror the City and bounty or Philadel
phia, and that the same will be presented to the Or
phans' Court or said city and county ror confirm,
tlon and allowance on the third FRIDAY in March,
1S71, atio o'clock in the morning, at the Count;
Court House in said city,
Jan. 87, The Pennsylvania Company for Insurance
on Lives, etc. Oaardlaus of CATHA
RINE MCCARTHY, minor.
Feb. 1, James Fulton, Executor of MARY LOGAN,
1, Charles A. Walnwright, one or the Exe
cutors of C. B. WAIN WRIGHT,, de-
" 2, William k nalllday, Administrator of MARY
3, Joseph u. comly, Execntorof James DALE,
s, William W. Taylor, Executor of GEORGE
" 3, John M. Thomas, Administrator C. T. A.
of HON. LYD1A EMILY BAKING, do
ceased. " 8, John T. Lewis, Administrator of C. T. A.
or WILLIAM WALLACE COOK, de-
" 4, Robert Purvis, Executor of HARRIET
' 6, Catharine E. Thacher, Administratrix o
ARTHUR THACHER, deceased.
7, Michael Magee and John Nolan, Execa
tors of BERNARD MAGU1RE, de
' 7, Joseph T. Mears and Sarah W. Ather
ton, Executore of ANN W. HAG If, de
8, William A. Rolln, Executor of FRANCES
' 8, Henry J. Paul and Joseph C. Paul, Execu
tors or HENRY K. PAUL, deceased.
' 8, Thomas Williams, Jr., Trustee under the
Will of Charles Williams, deceased, for
R. NoRRIS, CHARLES, and ALICE
8, Thomas Willlama, Jr., surviving Execu.
tor of CHARLES WILLIAMS, deceased.
11 9, Samuel Davis Page, Administrator of
ISABELLA GRA1IAM PAGE, deceased.
9, Mary O'Neill, Administratrix of JOHN
10, David Gelsler, Administrator of CATHA
RINE GEISLER, alius SAUL, deceasd.
" 11, James B. Smith, Administrator of STE
PHEN E. SMITH, deceased.
" 11, John Gravensteln, Testamentary Guardian
or HARRIET R. MILLER.
11, Grills Dallett, Administrator of PATRICK
" 13, Samuel C. Perkins. Administrator oft
ANNA J. BUELION (formerly Hall), de
ceased 14, Charles D. Freeman, Trustee of Estate of
At'GU&TINE R. PEALE, deceased.
" 14, Martha C. Rend, Administratrix Of JAMES
H. OONYERS, deceased.
15, William M. David et al., surviving Trui-
tecs of JEANimETTE 8, WOODWARD,
deceased, under the will of JACOB
D AV II) deceased
11 16, William B.' Hahna, Administrator of JACOB
E. KUNKLE, deceased.
17, Jacob Reaver, Administrator ol CHARLES
" 17, Bernard Owens, Guardian of MARY C.
McUUIGAN, late a minor.
" 18, Louisa Barnes, Kxecatrtx of EDWARD L.
18, Ann P. Woodward, Guardian of THOMAS
OSBORN WOODWARD, late minor.
" 18, Craig D. Ritchie, Administrator of FRAN
CIS IL WAY, deceased.
? 18, Maty Ann Dickensiieela, Administratrix of
WILLIAM C. D1CKENSUEETS, de-
" 20, Oeoige McDowell, Administrator of JOS.
" 80, Catharine DrexeL Francis A. Drexel. and
John D. Lankeuau, Executors or FRAN
CIS M. DRbXEL, deceased, as filed by
Francis A. Drexel and John D. Lankenau,
" 90, Charles SLubbs, Administrator of JULIA
91, Harriet Blackburn and James Bonbrlg'it,
Executors of OLIVER BLACKBURN, do
SI, Wliliam H. Kelchlioe, Rxeentor and Trus
tee under the wiU of JAME3 W. CULP,
" SI, Georire llinr, Jr., Guardian Of HENRY
SEKSIIOLTZ, Jk., minor.
" S3, Ixrael M. Johnson, surviving Trustee nnder
the will or Goonte Knorr, deceased, for
LAURA PEDRICK, late minor.
" S3.' James McCoy aiid Jamea McCurly, Execu
tors Of DANIEL WINTERS, deceased.
" 83, Ellzabth Weadl and George Geltiach, Ex
ecutors Of FREDERICK WKADEL, do
reated. S3, Gavin H. Woodwsrd. surviving Executor
of CHARLES WOODWARD, deceased.
23, Cliatles M. Deltz, Administrator or PETER
' 23, Julia A., John and George Gamher, Ad
minlHtratora or ADAM GAMUER, de
ceased. 23, Henry W. Williams and John D. MoCord,
Executors of ANNA A. IRWIN, de
ceased. " S3, George Schober snd'tThsrles A. Rulfer, Rx
ecuuirs of FREDERICK SCHOBER, de-
' 23. Israel H Johnson, Administrator, d. b. n.
c. f. a of ALEXANDER ATKINSON,
23. Keastiy Boncoast, et al., Executors of
WALLACE LiePINOOTT, deceased.
83, MaryC. Iferwlclt, Administratrix of WIL
L1AM PFEUSK'li. de.-.taied.
WILLIAM M. BUNN,
S 95 Register.
Corn Exchange Bag Hanufactcrt
JOHN T. BAILCY,
K. H Cor. WATER an( &AREET Sts
ROPIl AND TV'INK, BAGH ABd BAG ilNG. loi
Grain, Flour, Salt, fcupt-r-fhoeptiate of LUu. Bou'
Large and small GUNNY BAGS eonstAfltiy on
hand. Also, WOoL SAUiiii
AUCTION 8 ALES.
139 and 141
k BON8, Ai)OT10XSEElV4.l(0
a FOURTH Streot.
Extensive Sale at the Auction Rooms.
SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD KIKNITURK, PIANOS,
WIKKOHS F1RK-PROOF SA8KS, FINE CAR-
Phi S, ETC.
On Th n rsd ay M orn in g,
March l(i, at 9 o'clock, about tKo lots superior
Household Furniture, comprising walnut parlor
suits, covered with plush, rep, and haircloth; wal
nut chamber suits ; French plate mirrors ; mahogany
plancvforte; wardrobes; bookcases; centre tab es;
hair mattresses; feather bed9; china; glassware;
oniceiumimre- itovfs; fine velvet, Brussels, and
other carpets; cocoa matting; guns; high caso
Also, 4b boxes window arirl picture glass.
Also, superior rosewood piano-forte, with TCollsn
attachment, made by Nnnn A Clark.
Also, large tire-proof sate, made by Farrell &
Also, 8 large flrc-proor la'ei, mada by Evans A
Also, 8 silver medals, presented to Evans A Watain
BI LLM RD TABLE. I3I4
Also, superior irarnm billiard table, marble bed
made by Phelan, with balm, ctif-s, anrt counters.
I )Y HENRY W. fc B. SCOTT, JR., AUCTION-
EERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
(temporarily) No. 841 CHESNUT Street, nnder the
SALE OF MODKR PAINTINGS.
On Tuesday and Wednesday Evenings,
14th and 15th instants, at is o'clock, at Scott's
Art Gallery, No. 841 Chesnut street, a collection of
Mcdern Paintings, by artists or acknowledged repu
tation, comprising landscapes, river and mountain
scenery, Interiors and irult pieces.
Now on exhibition. 3 13 3t
Important necial Sale of
PEST QUALITY TRIPLE SILVER-PLATED
On Wednesday Morning,
March 15, at 10M o'clocx, at scoua Art Gallery,
No. F41 Chesnut street, will be sold, without reserve,
a lull and general assortment or best quality triple
Filver-plated Ware.from a first-class retail esttblhh
rncnt, consisting in part or chased and plain tea
sets, urns, water and ice pitchers, goblets, dinner
and tea castors, cake baskets, trava, spoons, rorks,
e'c. open ror examination early on moroing'of
sale. is 13 n
SALES ON PREMISES receive prompt and per
rpiIOMAS BIRCH A SON, AUCTIONEERS AND
COMMISSION MEKCHANTS, No. 1110 One.
NUT Street; rear entrance No. 1107 Sansom street.
ITALIAN MARBLE STATUARY, BU8TS, ETC..
by order of the importers, for foreign account.
On Wednesday Morning,
March 15, at 11 o'clock, at our salesroom, No. lilt
Chesnut street, will be sold, a tine collection of mar-
Die statuary, comprising me ioiawingBUijccts:-
jive, with Cain and Abel,
Canova's Dancing GlrL
Amore 1)1 vino,
Struggle or Love,
Bust or our Saviour, after
The Falthlul Companion,
Knepnerus or raieruio,
Faith in God,
Boy and Nest,
Two garden figures and
together with marble aud
one monumental figure,
Bardlglio pedestals and
Also, a fine copy in Verde Prato marble of the an
tique group (the Wrestlers) In the Tribune of Flor
ence. The collection will be ready for examination oo
Fi Iday, 10th Inst , until day of sale. 8 6 9t
BUNTING, 0URBOROW A CO., AUCTIONEER?;,'
Noa. '.83 and 84 MARKET st.-eet, corner of
Bank street. Sno lessors to John B. Myers A Co.
LARGE SALE OF BRITITl, FRENCH, OEJiMAN
AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS:
On Thursday Morning,
March 10, at 10 o'clock, on 4 months' credit. 8 10 St
SALE OF CARPETING!, OIL CLOTHS, CANTON
On Friday Morning,
March 17, at 11 o'clock, on four months'
credit. s 11 5t
LARGE SALE OF FRENCH AND OTHER EURO
PEAN DRY GOODS,
On Monday Morning, 314 5t
M: ch to, at 10 o'clock, on four months' credit.
ARTIN BROTHERS, AUCTIONEERS.
No, 704 Chesnut street.
REGULAR SALE OF FANCY AND STAPLE DRY
GOODS. HOSIERY, GLOVES, WHITE GOODS.
SHAWLS, READY-MADE CLOTHING, ETo!
On Wednesday Morning, 3 list
March 16, commencing at in o'clock, by catalogue.
" , .
. BARRITT A CO., AUCTIONEERS
CA8H AUCTION HOUSE.
No. 230 MARKET Street, corner of Bank street-
Cash uuxanced on consignments without extra
charge. 11 841
TRADT! SALE OF 1000 CASES BOOTS, SHOE.
BROGANS, DATS, TRUNKS, ETC., by CataA
On Wednesday Mornlpg,
March 15, commencing at 10 o'clock, on four
moiithB' erf flit, comprising every variety of cltv and
Eastern made goods, for men's, women's, misses',
fcoTs'. vonths'. and children's wear, selected for flrsu
clhss retail sales. Sale peremptory. 8 11 8t
IIPPINCOTT, SON St CO., AUCTIONEERS.
j Nos. 221 MARKET aud 210 CHURCH StreeL
NO, 818 MARKET Street.
On Wednesday Morning,
March 15, commencing at to o'clock, by catalnsrtie,
REGULAR SAI.tt OF DRY Ononn AT TilK
SALLSROOMS, No. 818 MARKET STREET,
On four months' credit for approved indorsad
500 LOTS OF
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRV GOODS.
Suitable for piesent sales.
Also, invoices of linen goods. linen handkerchiefs,
and white linen goods, lu great variety.
Also. lots of embroideries, suited to city ro
Also, black and white laces, black crapes, ito.
SPECIAL SALE OF
BONNET AND TRIM KING RIBBON'.
Compribu g 200 cur tens of bonnet and tr.mmiug
ribbons, of a favorite importation, in black, all
b( iitd, Sco'cn plaid, feather-edged aud colored
SPECIAL SALE OF
600 CARTONS RICH PARIS FLOWERS,
Ol a weli-lriowu make and importutlon.
Also, ready-made clothing, white dreaa shirts,
ladles' undergarments, hosiery, noli tns, etc, eto.
Cutalogui s ready, aud goods opt n for examina
tion rariy on morning or tale, when buyers will find
it to their Interest to attend. it
On Friday Morning.
Msrih 17, win be sold by cauiogue, on threat
1M0 cast s BOOTS, SHOES, BROGANS, BALMO
RA18. Congress Gaiters, English and Oxford Ties,
i n quet fcllppers, etc.. ol city and taitetn manufac
ture, lncludlcg a large assortment or ladiea', misses',
and chl dren'a kid, goat, morocco and serge work,
of latest stylen.
N. B Catalogues ready and goods o en for In
t pet lion early on morning of sale. 8 19 4t
HENRY MOLTEN, AUCTIONEER.
11 BY HENRY MOLTEN CO.,
Salesroom, Nos. 81 and 23 MERGER Street,
REGULAR TRADE SALE
FUR AND WOOL nATS,
LADIKS' AND GENTS' READY-MADE FURS,
fc'l RAW, FELT, AND VKIA'ET GOOES,
Every THURSDAY during the season.
Cssli advances made on consignments without
Additional charges. 8
CONCERT HALL AUCTION ROOMS, No, 1219
CHESNUT Street. t ,,,..
T. A. MoC LKL LAND, AUCTIONEER.
Personal attntiou rven to sales of household tat
Blpurbllolsasllara,tur" l the Auction Rooms,
No. 1319 Cheiiut street, every Monday and Thuxs
iVv'nr nartloulars Sb "Pnb.lo Ledgor."
Jj' 1 a superior ejus of fainlt ureal private sala
tabiuh v ncMAiion,
tOTrPlSQ AND COXVTSSI09 MERtUAHTSi
No, 9 COKNT1ES SUP, New York,
No. 13 SOUTH wharves, Philadelphia,
No! 45 W. PRATT STREET, Baltimore.
We are prepared to snip every description at
Frtlght to PhUud.-lplila.New Yors, WUmlngtoo, an A
Intennertlato point with promptuwa aud Uespatca.
Canal Loan andSteam-U-crurulsted at (heauorusit