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THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRATIi PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, iuARCH 22, 1871.
'1 he funeral of John O. Hollick, Sr., took
ce yesterday afternoon. The interment
s made in Laurel Hill Cemetery.
David Finley, for refusing to deliver tip
''ountry rewidence in Iloiuieabrirg, when
nte1, was held in $2000 bail yesterday
-The display at Horticultural Ilall last
:ht was very bennlifnl.
Mips Victoria C. Woodhull expatiated at
Academy of Mnsio last evenioe. on "Con-
Irutional Equality. :'
Ihe thermometer marked 48 degrees at
A box containing two dead infants was
md at Fifty-necond street and Darby road
! terday afternoon.
Some of the Indian tribes are again
incing hostile dispositions.
The United States steamer Tennessee,
ph. the San Domingo Commission on board,
rived at Key West yesterday morning.
In the impeachment ense of Governor
ildcn, of North Carolina, the arguments
r the prosecution closed yesterday, and a
te will be taken to-day.
I Navigation on the Northern lakes and
rials is rapidly opening, and many boats
Kt have been frozen np for several months
r now reaching the points of their destina-'
Lord Walter Campbell, a resident of New
rk city, gave a banquet last evening at the
avellors' Club, in honor of the marriage of
i brother, the Marquis of Lome, to the
A delegation of South Carolina officials
filed upon the President yesterday relative
tne disturbances in their btate, and he
ve them the assurance that the United
ates troops should remain until order is re-
ored and the laws are obeyed.
All private telegraphing in France has
. A treaty of peace between Italy and
mis has been signed.
i The insurgents have seized all the funds
the Hotel de Yille and the mayoralties.
The army journals declare that Thiers is
e author of the present troubles in Faris.
The National Assembly met at Versailles
sterday, and transacted but little business.
i The Fan's insurgents have on several oo-
sions bred into each other through mistake.
Jeople continue to leave Fans by the
dusanda, as but little confidence is felt in
The insurgent government announces
at the forts will bo immediately armed to
Lsure the defense of Faris.
A Madrid despatch contradicts the report
at Spain has proposed to sell Cuba or Porto
I co to the United States.
The bullion in the Bank of Franoe, at
tiris, has been removed to Versailles, and all
iissued notes have been destroyed.
The German Parliament was opened yos-
rday by Emperor William, who, in person,
Jivered a speech from the throne.
The marriage of the Princess Louise to
i Marquis of Lorne was celebrated yester-
Ky with great pageantry.
Ihe Council ot Kouon Lave voted an ad
ess to the Government, deploring the in-
hrrection in Paris, and, asking prompt moa
jires for its suppression, promises its sup
pit. All the approaches to Paris are guarded
y the Nationals, for the purpose of prevont-
g an invasion, and several of tho forts are
so occupied by them. Tho city is com-
petely in their possession.
-The Government of Versailles has ad-
Vessed a reassuring circular to the prefects
the departments, informing them that the
tuation in Paris is no worse, and that mea-
lires are being taken to suppress the revo
I Tn tlirt TiriMyh TTmiH of Tinvdn. last
fight, Earl Granville denied that theie was
Say truth whatever in the statement ascribed
Karon ueroit, mat xtussian influence
lone prevented the recognition of the
lonthern Confederacy during the war in the
ha I'hllnriclnhtii M. TC. (!on(errR
I Ml a Oi Day Afternoon Hcaaioa.
Ipetial vovrtxpomunr of The noennuj julrpi aph,
3 Reading, March 21. Reassembled at lit
Devotional services conducted bv Rev. J. F.
The amount contributed this morning to the
Mucation of poor youmr men for the ministry
Rev. r. Coombe resumed his address on the
residing Elder question. lie arrued that the
hiirit of the Church is against an aged pastor.
hey all want young men lor their pastors.
he Presiding Eldership should therefore be
ept open as a home for old ministers. He also
'on ten (led that the whole thing is personal, and
titended to reach one man only. He was op-
osed to the paper because it. is irregular and
fThe vote was taken, and the resolution was
dopted by a very decided majority.
t A. M. Barton, Esq., was elected a trustee of
be centenary fund.
. Tne usual votes ot thanus were tendered ta
he good people of Reading for their hospitality,
lo the pasters ot the churches, to the Bishop,
nd the oliicers ot me uoay.
On motion of Rev.T. A. Fernley, the Reading
la!) road and other corporations were included.
The Committee on Sunday Schools was an-
Unvmnod na fnllnwa lior .L W. .T.aplrsftn . A.
llappinKton, Esq., Rev. T. A. Fernley, Colonel
I. A. Wright, Kev. V. ii. Payne, u. u., prot.
w. 0. 1' lecher, Rev. J. it.. Sinitli, uenerai Al-
Committee on Domestic Missions was ap
lointed Revs. W. Cooper, D. D., C. J. Thomp-
on; T. W. Price, J-.sq., A. Hard, Esq., ii. Hay.
The journal was then read up.
V The hymn,
"And let our bodies part,
To dlilerent climes repair,"
was sung, rrayer was onerea oy uev. ur,
BishoD Scott made a short address. He re
lated an instance which occurred in California
in ISM. At the close of the Oregon Conference
a vounsr minister was united in marriage to a
f young lady of Oregon, and the young couple
took iiassaee in a shiD to San Francisco. Dur-
finer the naseaire the Bishop formed a very
Favorable opinion ot tne young couple.
At the conference, in making out the appoint
Anents, one appointment had to be filled, but It
was bard to reacn, ana rougu wnen rcacnea.
The young minister was thought of, but he dis
liked to make the appointment; but he seemed
to be the r!ght man in the right place. With
great nervousness he wrote the name of the
brother, and he was read out for "Union and
KureRa." While at the table he saw the brother
and his loving bride approaching him, he sup
posed, to protest against the appointment.
They spoke, and the Bishop said, "I hope I have
sent your busband.to a fcood place.'" SUe sweetly
Eaid, "Bishop, II It is not a good place, we'll
try to make it one." The Bishop urged the
ministers to make the places to which they are
about to he appointed good places, If they are not.
The appointments were then read by tue
Bishop at 8 o'clock, who closed by the Apostolic
TUB rlllLADEI.l'UI A APPOINTMENTS.
The following are tbe appointments of the
conference, a portion ot which only reached all
of our subscribers yesterday. We reprint thorn,
that they may be seen by all readers of TnE
NORTn rmr.ADEi.rniA district.
W. Cooper, Presiding El ler.
St. Oeorge's, C. Cooke.
Fifth Street, V. L. Urar.
St. John s, u. Cummins.
Front Street, ,1. 1 Meredith.
Oretn Street, J. It. McCullough.
Twelfth Street, .T. Dickerson.
Tabernacle, S. C. II. Smith.
Sanctuary, T. 15. Miller.
Hancock Street, (,'. II. McDcnnond.
KcnsinRton, J. W. .TackHon.
Coliockclnk, C. F. Turner.
SIIobiu, V. McCooinliB.
Simimerlleld, W. C. V.rst.
I'c rt l.'k limonrt, W. Mullen,
l-'rankord, J. F. Chaplain,
l'miikford Avenue, T. ( Pearson.
Hrldeslmrpr, L. 1). McCllntock.
Holmesiuirjr, 1). Young.
Nineteenth Street, W.'T. Mazee.
I.ehnian's Chapel, 8. T. Kciuble.
Bethel, E. T. Kenney.
Montgomery, H. A. Scaburg.
Dojlestown, N. U. (Ionian.
Aitltboro, T. 8umptfln, J. II. Brlttain.
Bristol, W. Dalrjmple.
Morrlstown, T. Cundy.
IS'ewttn, . Illnian.
l;ichl(Oro, J. Ii. UrafT.
bunibf rvllle, T. J. Timanus.
New Hope, L. B. Brown.
Knsron, J. Welch.
South Kaston, W. Rink.
Klchmond, (i. I Sctialler.
Mount Bethel, K. h. Martin.
Stroudshnrir, J. 8. J. McConnell.
Cherry Valley, 8. II. Uelsnor.
Taiinersvllle, J. PastotUeld.
Monroe, T. w. Maclary.
TobjhHnna,;s. II. GllllDEham.
Houm rim.ADEi.rniA pistrict.
W. C. Robinson, Tresldlng Elder.
Union, J. II. Alday.
Arch Sireet, II. W. Warren.
Salem, M. I). Kuriz.
Kbcnezer, 1'. J. Cox.
St. Paul's, W. J. raxson.
"Wharton Street, J. Mason.
Second Street, j. J. Jones,
hcott, W. 11. Wood.
F.leventh Street, T. A. Fernley.
Broad Street, G. W. Maclaughlln,
KHz water Street, W. H. BurrelU
Federal Street, J. S. Hoglics.
Mtuian, J. Y. Ashton.
Western, J. S. Cook.
Asbury, H. K. Ullroy.
Christ Church, It. W. rumphreys.
Fortieth Street, J. H. Bailey.
Centenary, K. J. B. I'epper.
Jlestonville, A. Rittenhouse.
Haddington, J. Maxt,
Tascalvllle, F. C. Church.
Badnor. A. L. Wilson.
Parby, M. H. Sisty.
Kcdron, J. C. Wood.
Media, J. T, Oracey.
Croelervllle, 8. Townsond.
Milage Green, J. A WatHon.
Marcus Hook, G. A. Wolf.
Chester, J. Cannlngham.
Chester, Trinity, G. W. F. Orair.
West CheBtcr, W. Major.
Slloam, .1. T. Same.
New London, .T. Shields, G. Alcorn, F. B. Harvey.
Kennett, It. Wood.
Oxford, 'j. B. Hoirman.
Fulton, T. 8. Thomas.
Safe Harbor, II. B. Manger.
Marshalton, E. Townsend.
CENTRAL PHILADELPHIA DISTRICT.
Joseph Oantle, Tresldlng Elder.
Trinity, II. A. Cleveland.
Nazareth, C. W. Bickley.
Central, O. I'. Masdeu.
Fmory, J. M. Hinson.
Nineteenth Street. T. Stevens,
lleddlrg, D. W. Gordon.
Spring Garden Street, C II. I'aine.
Twentieth street. J. J. juereaiin,
Hnlnes fitreet. V. C. Murnby.
St. Stephens, M. A. Day.
Chesnut Hill, A Mansliip.
Harmer's Hill, W. D. McDowell.
St. James, J. 11. T. Gray.
Millstown, A. Howard.
Jenklntown, A. Collins.
Cheltenham, J. B. Maddux.
Fustleton, CK F. Harlock.
Somerton, W. W. Barlow.
Falls of Schuylkill, M. Graver.
Koxboro, II. F. Isett.
Mount Zlon, J. Dyf.on.
Kbenezer, S. Fancoast.
Mercer Square, W. Gilchrist.
Conshohocken, A. W. Wiggins.
DeKalb street, E. W. Simpers.
Oak street, N. B. Dnrrell.
Fhnenixvllle, II. K. (Galloway.
Valley Forge. O. J. Thompson.
Salem, 1). L. Patterson.
Sprlngvllle, K. Turner.
Cover try vllle, G. Klrkpatrick.
Pottstown, S. W. Kuriz.
Blrdsboro, J. II. Wood.
8t. Paul's, C. J. W. Harklns.
Temple, J. A. Cooper.
Springlleld, B. T. String.
Waynesburg, A. Oather. "
Downlngtown, W. W. McMlohael.
Gulherville. C. CoiTman. '
Laurel, J. W. Knap.
Boatesville, J. E. Kessler.
Cochranvllle, W. It. Downey.
Pcnnlngronvllle, J. Asprll.
Enterprise, J. Oregg.
Strasburg, W. S. Fugh.
R. II. Pattlson, Presiding Elder,
llarrl.sbnrg, Locust avenue, W. J. Stevenson,
Bldga Avenue, J. Lindinuth.
SU Paul's, K. Owen.
Ix)chlel, W. C. Johnson.
Fifth Street, F. A. Rigging.
Baldwin, J. W. Sayera.
Dauphin, J. Stringer.
Halifax, S. B. Best.
Millersburg, W. H. Fries.
Berrisburg, H. White.
Lvkens, F. Brady.
" Lebanon, W. II. Elliott.
Cornwall, E. C. Orimtli.
Middletown. T. W Montgomery.
Balnbrldge, O.7.. Haddock.
Marietta, S. A. Hellner.
Columbia, R. J. Carson.
First Church, J. K. Smith.
St. Paul, J. 0. Gregg.
Kbenezer, S. N. Chew.
St. Peter's, George Heacock.
Covenant, 8. G. Grove.
East Heading, T. V. Grilllth.
Hamburg, A. L. Urbla.
Tremont, L. B. Hughes.
Creseonla, J. O'Neill,
Mlnersvllle, G. O. Kakestraw.
Hcckerschervlllo, . Pickersglll.
Pottavllle, J. .T. Pearce,
Port Carbon, N. Frame.
St. Clare, G. Oram.
New Philadelphia, J. Brockbank.
Tamaqua, 8. Irwin.
Maliauoy City, M. Barnhlll Gllbcrtsoa and T. II
Shenandoah, J. R. Boyle.
Nesquehonliig, J. W. Bradley.
Mauch Chunk, J. F. Crouch.
Fast Mauch Chunk, S A- Hoover.
Lehighton.J. T. Swindells.
Pany vllle, J. P. Miller.
Stoulngton, J. D. FolBom.
Causaqua, W. P. Howell.
Allenown, W. Swindells.
Frldersvllle, E. II. Hoiliuan.
Bethlehem, G. 8. Broadbent
J. Todd transferred to Wilmington Conference.
WINDOW BLINDS, ETO.
Lace Curtains, Curtain Cornicei, Hol
PAINTED SHADES of the latest tints.
BLINDS palLtedand trimmed
SIOKB bllaDtS made and lettered.
Picture Cord, Tassels, Etc, Repairing promptly
D. J. WILLIAMS, Jr.,
Ho. 10 NORTH SIXTH BTltEET,
OWEN k CO.,
FILBEHT STKEET WU&RF,
NOWPON A HAU'B COAL DEPOT, CORNEH
D1LLWVN and WILLOW Street. Lehigh and
Schuylkill COAL, prepared expressly (or family uae
at the lowest cash price. 1 13
U N 1 V I P A L C L A I M S.
Thit aubi.I'BI , March X, 171. f
Notice Is hereby given. In bcji oniancn with the act
of At F nib:y of the CnninionwealUi of Pennsylvania.
)BK3( d Hi'; 11th day ff March, A. I). lSHi, entit.'ed
"Ari act relative to Registered Tax of an.l Municipal
(,'lalnia In the County of Philadelphia," that tne fol
lowing writ i'c lie facias sur claim has been pi iced In
my liHndJ for service, to wit:
IN TIIH COURT Of COMMON TLEAS.
Tim ( liy of 1 hiladc,plil:i vs. Unknown owtcjr, or
whoever rrny b owner. C. !' , March Term, 1ST l, N.
813, etc. ; Ii r the mm of I Uty.two d 'liars and Milrty
ftve ( enta, for work and lahur done a':d ncr'orrajd,
mid inater'Kls furnished, ngaiiiPt ail that certain lot
rr pii'ee of ground altnute on the nor.h Hide of Kid
lluo (trtct, at t he diftaiice of twenty feet eastward?
from tlin east side of Thirty-sixth street, la thi)
Tweuty-fanrih ward of Raid city ; containing In front
on said Eadline etreel ilght ien ij fff.t, and ex
tendi! g f thut width In dep'h northwardly sevcaty
live feet, more or les. Hounded ou the westward
by ground 01 Frederick Kclgoult, and on the east
ward by ground of Seltollild.
Same vs. K. W. Kusta, owner or reputed ow.ier,
or whoever may be owner, C. P., March Term,
lbil, No. 2ir, for the sum of forty-three dollars and
elghtj-slx cents, to wit, for remstertd taxes for the
years UtG, isc7, lsrs, and Ismi, against all that cer
tain lot or piece of ground situated on the sou the lit
corner oi Broad and South streets, In the Fourth
ward of tho city of Pirtladelphia, containing lu
front or breadth on tho said South street threu fetft
six Inches, and extendtn? of tha. width In length or
depth southward along the east side of Broad street
one hundred and twenty feet t Alaska street.
Sumo vs. Beiinct Schuapp", owner or reputed
owner, or whoever nuiy bo owner, CP., March
Term, 1H71, No. 2124, for tlio sum of seventy-live dol
lars rmd twenty cent, for city taxes for years ltidtl,
1867, 1S08. and ltW, agalust all that certain lot or
piece of ground situated on tho southwardly side of
Orleans street, In the Twenty-fifth ward of the city
of Philadelphia, beginning at the distanco of six
hundred feet wcstwardly from the west side of
KmeraJdi street, then extending westwardly along
said Orleans street one hundred and ton feet more
or less to a point in tho middle of Gunner's Hun,
then southwardly along rnlddie of said run to ground,
now or late of John Stiles, then eastwardly along
the same one hundred feet more cr less to ground
granted to Thomas Bennett, then northwardly by
the same at a line at right augles with said Orleans
Street one hundred feet to place oi beginning.
Same vs. Anthony Hongler, owner or reputed
owner, or whoever may be owner, C P, March
Term, 1871, No. 26, for the sum of ten dollars and
thirty cents, for city taxes for the year 16'J, against
all that certain lot or piece of ground situated on
the south side of Adams street. In the .Nineteenth
ward of the city of Philadelphia, at the distance of
one hundred and twenty-slx feet westward from the
west aide of Almond street, containing tn frout on
said AdamK street eighteen feet, and extending m
depth southward sixty-eight four and live-eighths
inches to a six feet w ide alley.
Same vs. Jilchard Conner and Labonlus Kose,
reputed owners, or whoever may bo owner,
and Edward Ihielo, registered owner, C. P.,
March Term, 1871, No. in, for the sura of seven
teen dollars and thirty-two ceuts, for city tixes for
thejear 1689, against all those two certain lots or
pieces of ground situated ou the south side of
Admits street, in the Nineteenth ward of the city of
Philadelphia, at the distance of seventy-ttro feet
westward lrcm the west side of Almond street,
containing on the said Ad inia street thirty-six feet
(esch lot eighteen feet), aud ex tending la depthj-dxty-eight
feet, four and live-eight ha inches to a six-feet
Same vs. John M. Schwartz, owner or refuted
owner, or whoever may be owner. C. P., March Term,
l7i, No. 228, for the sura of eighty dollars and ten
cents, for city taxes for the years 18u, 1867, 1;s,
audiso1., aguiust all that certain lot or piece ot
ground situated on the west bIiIh of II incock street,
In the Mueteintn ward of the city of Philadelphia, at
the distance of tne hundred aud eight feet northward
from the north side of Cumberland street, contain
ing In front on Saul Hancock street thirty-six feet
(80 feet), and extending in depth westward one hun
dred and nine feet to 1'alcthoip sireet.
Same vs. Jacob Culllnan, owner or reputed owaer,
or whoFoever may be own-r, and Miles B. Hartley,
registered owner, o. r., Aiarcii Term, isti, no. a2s.
for the sum of sixty-one doiMrs and sixty-two cents
for city taxes for the years 1807, Ism, and ISO'J,
acainst ail tnat certain lot or niece or eiound situ
ated on tne wesPslde of Hancock street, In tin Nlne-
teenin wara oi tne city oi rnuaucipnia, at tne iih
tance of ninety feet northward from the north aide
of Cumberland street, containing in front or breadth
on said Hancock street eighteen feet, aud extend
ing oi mat wiain in uepta westward one nuudrud
aud nine feet to Pulethorp street.
Same vs. Charles unite, owner or reputed owner.
or whoever may beowner, C. P., March Term, 1871,
No. 230, for the sum of eighty dollars and thirty
cents, for city taxes for the years I8tifj, 1S37, 1S0S,
ana i860, against an tnat certain lot or piece of
groono situated on me weBt side or iianock street,
In the Nineteenth ward of tho city of Phhadulphli.
at the distance f one hundred and slxty-ono feet
northward from the north side of Cumberland street
containing in front or breadth on the suit ll tucocH
street thirty-live (35) feet, and extending lu depth
westward one hundred and nine feet to l"alct!iorp
Same vs. James O'Neill, owner or reputed cvner.
or whoever may be owner, C. P. March Term, lh71,
No. 231. for the sum of eighteen dollars and Ilfty-six
cents, to wit. for city taxes for the year 18B9, agalmt
all that certain lot or piece of ground situated on the
east side of llowara street, in the Nineteenth ward
of the city of Philadelphia, at the distance of eighty
three feet; eight and one-quarter Inches north of
N rrls street, containing in front on said Norrla
street, eighteen feet, and in depth eastward one
hundred aud ten feet to Hope street.
Same vs. John B. Longshore, owner or reputed
owner, or whoever may bo owner, C. P., March
Term. 1871, No. 2H2, for the sura of eighteen dollars
ana sixty-Uve cents, for city taxes for the year 1869,
against all that certain lot or piece of ground situ
ated ou the east side of Howard street, lu the Nine
teenth ward vt the city of Philadelphia, at the dis
tance of one hundred and one feet eight and oue
quartei Inches north oi Norrla street, containing in
front on said Howard street eighteen feet, and lu
depth eastward one hundred and ten feet to Hope
Same vs. Alfred Moore, owner or reputed owner,
or whoever may tie owner, and John Moore, regls
tered.owner, C. P., March Term. 1871, Na 233, for
the sum of nineteen dollars and forty-one cents, for
city, taxes for the year 1869, against all that certain
lot or piece of ground kltuatedon the southwest side
of teigeaut street, in the Nineteenth ward of the
city of Philadelphia, at the distance of one hundred
and twenty-one feet four aud one-half inches north
west of Trenton avenue, containing in front on said
Sergeant street twenty feet, aud lu depth south w4t
ward one hundred and forty feet to Dickinson
Same vs. William Seeling, owner or reputed owner,
or whoever may beowner, and Mary .VI. liuo Thomp
son, registered owner, C P., March Term, 1S71, No.
234, for the sum or forty-one dollars and ninety-one
cents, for city taxes lor tho years 18' 6, 1S07, 186S,
and iss, against a'l that certain lot or piece of
ground situated on the northeast corner of Wrecker
and Spanpler streets, in the Nlneteeuih ward of the
city of Philadelphia, containing in front on said
Wrecker street oue hundred feet, aud in deptn along
Spanitler street sixty feet
Same vs. Sepviva, owner cr reputed owner, or
whoever may be owner, and George Klawectitttr,
registered owner. C. P., march Term, lh71, No. 3.',
for the sum of twenty one dollars aud twenty-eight
cents, against all that certain lot or piece of gr mud
situated on the northeast side of Cumberland street,
In the Nineteenth ward of the city of Philadelphia,
at the distance of sixty-four feet nine and oue-half
inches southeast of Trenton avenue, containing in
frcBt on said Cumberland street eighteen feet, and
In depth northeastward one hundred and sixty leet
to I lcklnson street.
Same vs James Graham, owner or reputed ownr,
or whoever may be owner, ami Eliza Jane Graham,
registered owner, C. P . March Term, 1871, No. 230,
for the sura of fifty dollars and fourteen cenu, for
city taxes for the year 1868, agalust all that certain
lot or piece of ground situa'ed on the northeas' side of
Cumberland street, In the Nineteenth ward of the
city of Philadelphia, at tbe'dialance of oue hundred
aud thirty-six feei northwest from Sepviva street,
containing in front on Cumberland street thirty-six
feet aud lu depth northeastward one hundred aud
Sixty feet to Dickinson street.
N. B. On this lot there is erected a brick shop.
Same vs John T. Jones, owner or reputed owner,
or whoever may be owber, O. P., March Term, 1871,
No. 237, for the sum of sixty-rlve dollars aud sixty
cents for city taxes for the years I860, ls67, ls6S, aud
1S69, against all that certain )t or ple.e of g'oaud
situated on tho southeast corner or Cad wa'ader street
and Montgomery avenue, lu the Nineteenth ward of
the cltyj oi Philadelphia, containing in front on
said Cad alader street twenty-t'iree feet nine and
three-eighths lir hes, aud In depth easterly on south
line of Mouttroinery avenue sixty feet three atid
three-eighths Inches, aud on south line of said lot
along centre or old Mud lane, vacated, arty-four feet
ten aud one-ha t inches.
s.im vaChailesM. hlooura. owner or "reputed
owner, or whoever mav be owner, C. P., Mar.'h
Term, 1871, No. 83s, for the sura of eighteen dollars
and ninety-live cents, for city taxes for the yearlMM,
ugalust all that certain lot or piece of g ound situ
ated on ihe southeast side of Martha street, in the
Nineteenth w aid of the city of Philadelphia, at t!ia
distance of one hundred aud seventy-two feet south
wefct of Lehigh avenue, coutalnlug in frout on s-iid
Martha street thirty-six feet, and In depth on the
ncrtheast line one hundred aud nineteen, feet five
aud three-quarter inches, and on the northwest Hue
oue hundred aud tixteeu feet ten aud three-eighths
Same vs. J. II. Johnson, owner or reputed owner,
or whoever mnj he owner, C. P., Mreh Term, 1871.
No. 83P, for the sum of eiuhty-i;ht dollars and
iilnety-ooe cents, against all those two certain Iota
or pieces of ground, situa'ed oj the siuta side of
Norris street, In the Nineteenth ward of tho city of
Philadelphia, at the distance of thirty-four feet east
of Filth street., containing In front on said Norris
street thirty-two .32) feet, and In depth ufty-scven
feet to a three feet wide n'ley.
Same vs. Noreross fc Mi-c'f, owners or refuted
owni is, or whoever mav he owners, and lleiiiamln
J.. Hitter A William If. Urwiler, reentered owners,
C. P., March Term, imi, No. 240, for tho fcu u of
nineteen dollars and four cents, for city tates for the
jiRr 1M9, against all that certain lot or pleen of
ground s.tuattd on the southeast or Tu ip street, in
the Nineteenth ward ol the city of Philadelphia, at
the distance of one hundred and twenty-ono feet
four and one-half Inches northeast, of Norris street,
containing In lront on said Tulip street thirty-two
v32) feet, and in depth southeastward i loety-fect.
hame vs. Unknown, owner or refuted owner, or
whoever miy benwnT.nnd Abraham H. Wood, regis
tered owner. C.J'., March Term, 1871, No. 211, for
the sum of eighteen dollars and nlue cents, for city
taxes for the years 18i;s and W), against all that
eettaln lot or piece of ground situa'ed on the south
east side bf Cedar street, in the Nineteenth ward of
the cltv of Philadelphia, at the distanco of two hun
dred and sixty-live feet three and one-eighth inches
southwest ot Commerce street, containing In front
or breadth on sa d Cedar street forty fert and In
depth southeastward ninety feet to Spaugler street.
Same vs. Joseph Bayard, owner or reputed
owner, or whoever may be owner, Lazarus Schlosa,
et al., registered owners, C. P., March Term, 1S71,
No. 242, for the sum of ten dollars an1 seventy-three
cents, lor city tax for the year lsea, against all that
c rtain lot or piece of grcund situated on the north
east corner of Almond and Rose (or Aramlngo)
street, la the Nineteenth ward of the city of Phila
delphia, containing in front on said Almond street
twenty-seven feet nve and three quarter inches, an 1
in depth southeastward between a line at right
angles to Almond street, on the north side of said
lot, and the line of sail Rose street, ou the south
west side thereof elchty feet (80), more or less.
Same vs. L. Mulligan, owner or reputed owner,
or whoever may be owner, C. P.. March Term, 1871,
No. 243, for the sum of ten dollars and seventy
centB, for city tax for the year 1S6, against all that
certain lot or piece of ground situated ou the south
east side of Almond street, In the Nineteenth ward
of the city of Philadelphia, at the distance of lift?
Ave feet southwestof Cumberland street, contain
ing in front on said Almond street eighteen feet, and
in depth eighty-live feet t8.'), be it more or lesa.
Same vs. E. H. Grant, owner or reputed owner, or
whoever may be owner, and Beniamin UlHer,
registered owner, O. P., March Term, 1871, No. 214,
for the sum of th rty-tnree dollars and sixty cents,
for city taxes for the years I860, 1807, 1808, and 18ti!,
against nil tnat certain lot or piece ot grouud situated
ou the southwest side of Adam street, lu the Nine
teenth waid of the city of Philadelphia, at the dis
tance of twenty-two feet southeast of Tulip street,
ccntalDii'g in lront on said Adams street eighteen
ftet, aud extending in depth south westward seventy
Same vs. O. Guckenbuchler, owner or reputed
owner, or whoever may be owner, and Christian
Abele, registered owner, C. P., March Terra, 1S71,
No. 24. for the sum of lifty-two dollar and forty
three cents, for city taxes for the year 1809, againat
all that certain lot or piece of ground s'tuated on
tho north side of Coates street, in the Fifteenth
ward cf the city oi Philadelphia, at the distance of
thirty-six leet easterly of Twenty-first stteet, con
taining In front on said Coates street eighteen feet,
auu in depth on east line Ufty-eix feet nine and
three-eighth Inches, and on the west line lifty-Uve
feet six and three-eighths inches.
N. B. On this lot there Is erected a three-story
brick dwelling-house, being No. 2048 Coates street.
Same vs. James Mccormick, owner or reputed
owner, or whoever may be owner, and William
Smith, et al., registered owner, etc., C. P., March
Term, 1811, No. 247, for the sum of tnirty-nine dol
luraaud lifty-two cents, tor city taxes for the year
Wi9, against all that certain lot or piece of ground,
situated on the northeast corner of Fourth and York,
streets, iu the Nineteenth ward of the cty of Phila
delphia, containing in front on said Fourth street
one liwnc'red feet, and extending In depth eastward
along the north side or said York street one hundred
and two feet six inches to Orianna street.
Same vs. Isaiah Robinson, owner or reputed
owner, or whoever may bo owner, and Hosea Rob
inson, registered owner, C. p. March Term. 1871.
No. 248, for the sum of sixteen dollars ami seventy
eigh l cents.for city taxes for the years 18tW aud 18 j3,
against all that certain lot or piece of grouud, situ
ated on the southwest side of Townsend street, In
the Nineteenth ward of the city of I'lilUdelphia, at
the distance or sixty-eight feet southeast of Tulip
htreet, containing in front on said Townsend street
eighteen feet, and In depth south westward eighty
one feet six and one quarter inches.
Same vs. George DavlB, owner or reputed owner,
etc.. and Elizabeth K Kdwaros et al.. registered
owners, etc., C. P., March Term, 1871, No. 215, for
tne sum oi sixteen aouars and ninety-eignt cetitn,
city taxes for the years 1808 and 1809. aeainst ail
that certain lot or piece of ground situated ou the
southwest side or Tucker street, lu the Nineteenth
ward of the city of Philadelphia, at the distance of
one hundred aud seveuty-nlue feet three and three-
quarter inches northwest from Cedar street, con
taining In front on said Tucker street sixteen feet.
and lu depth southwestward eighty-one feet, more
or 1 as.
Same vs. William Payran, owner or reputed owner.
etc , and Elizabeth R. Edwards et al., registered
owners, C. P., March Term, 1871, No. 860, for the
sum of sixteen dollars aud ninety-eight cents, for
city taxes for the years 1868 and 1S89, against all that
certain lot or piece of grouud situate ou the south
west side oi Tucker street, in tne Nineteenth ward
of the city of Philadelphia, at the distance of two
hundred and tifty-niue feet three and three-quarters
Inchts noithwest of Cedar street, containing in front
on said Tucker street sixteen feet, and lu depth
souiuwesiwaru eigmy icci, wore or less.
Same vs. Joseph Stockton, owuer or reputed
owner, or whoever may be owner, and Elizabeth
R. Edwards, et. al., registered owners, eta, C. P.,
Match Term, 1871, No. 261, for the sum of fifteen
dollars and niuty-seven ceuts for city taxes for the
years 1S68 and lb09 against all that certain lot or
piece oi ground situated on tne s iuth west side of
'lucktr htreet, in the Nineteenth ward of the city
of Philadelphia, at the distance of two hundred aud
seventy-live feet three anil three-quarter Inches
northwest of Cedar street, containing in frout on
aaid Tucker street sixteen ii) reet, aud lu depth
Koutuwestward seventy-live feet more or less.
tame vs. Christian Smith, owner or reputed
owner, or wnoever may De owner, auu Adam
Ihriir. registered owner. O. P.. March Term. 1871.
No. 2fj2, lor the sum of twenty-ono dollars and
eivhty-llve cents, for city taxes for the years 1808
aud W'9 agalust all that certain lot or piece of
ground situated on the west side of Fourth street, in
the Nineteenth ward of the city of Philadelphia, at
the distance of two huudred ami thirty feet two aud
ore-quarter inches north of Cadwalader street, con
taining in frout on Fourth street seventeen feet, and
In dentil on north line forty-six feet eleven and
seven-eighths inches, aud on south line forty-three
leet nine and or -elghth inches.
Same vs. John Kater, owner or reputed owner, or
whofcver may oe owner, o. j., aiarcii Term, 1871,
No. 2&4. for the sum ol twenty-seven dollars and
lorty cents, for city taxes for vear 180J, against all
that certain lot or piece of grouud situated on the
north side of M inner street, in the Second ward of
the cltv of Philadelphia, at the distance of two huu
dred and forty feet west of Thirteenth street, con
talLing in frout on said Mariner street sixteen feet,
and in aeptn nonnwaru iniriy-nve reel more or less.
N. B. on this lot la erected a three-story brick,
house. No. 1329 Mariner street.
Same vs. Hit hard shields, owner or reputed owner,
or whoevtr may be owuer, C. P., March Terra. 1871,
Nc.2fjn.for the sum of twenty-seven dollars and fortv
cents for city taxes for the year 1809, against all that
etrtaln lot or piece of ground situated on the north
sloe of Mariner street, in the Second ward of the
cltv of Philadelphia, at the distance ef tiro hundred
and city-six leet west of Thirteenth street, contain
ing in front on Baiu wanner street sixteen reet, aud
in depth north forty feet, more or less.
N. B. On this lot is erected a three-story brick
house, being No, 1331 Mariner street.
Same ve. Richard Shields, owner or reputed
owner, or wheever may be owner, C. P., March
Term. 1871. No. 2f6, for the sum of forty-seven dol
lars and lifty-four ceuts for city taxes for the years
lbC8 and 1869, against all that certain lot or piece of
ground situated on tbe south side of Mott street, in
the city of Philadelphia, at the distance of two han
dled aud liny-six ieei west oi Tmrteentn street,
coiitaitiing iu 1 1 ohi, ou said aioii Bireet Bixteen leet,
and Iu depih southward forty feet, more or less.
N. U. on this .'ot Is erected one three-story brick
house, beiog No. 1332 Mott street.
Same vs. Richard Shields, owner or reputed
...... .- fr hitJVtr tUUU ha nvnHP t 1 U Mamh
Terin.i8n,No. 8B7,for the sum of forty-seven dollars
aud lifty-seven ceuts. for city taxes for the years
1803 and 1869, against all that certain lot or piece of
ground situated on the south side of Mott street, In
the Becokd wara oi me cuy oi rnuaaeipina, at tne
dlMance of two hundred and seventy-two feet west
of Thirteenth street, contaiuing in frout on the said
Mott Btreet sixteen feet, and depth soutuward forty
feet, more or less.
N. Ii On thiB lot Is erected a turee-story brick
house, being 10. na muii wireeL.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT.
Same vs. Mary W. Neir, owner or reputed owner.
or whoever may beowner, D. C, March Term, 1871,
No. 943. forthe sura of one huudred and thirteen
dollars and ninety-seven cents, to wit, for registered
taxes against all that certain lot or niece of around
situated on the noriheaat corner of TeutU and Mor-
BHn streets, in tne Tenth ward of the citr of Plilla
delphia, coMalnlDg in lront ft breadth on the said
TeLth street eighteen feet, more or less, and in
depth eastward along sold Morgan street, sixty feet
N. B ou this lot ttieie is erected a two-story
frame build. ug, oen g no. m Noun leoio r.ree:.
Same vs. Freeman Scott, owner orrentfted ow npr.
or whoever rosy be owner, D. c., March Term. lSil,
No. 944, for the sum of eleven huudred and two dol
lars and eighty-seven cents, to wit. for registered
taxes against all that certain lot or piece of ground
situated In the Twenty-eighth, formerly in the
Twenty-flrst ward, of the city of Philadelphia, be
ginning at a point on tho north sidn of Montgomery
avenue, in the1 line or land now or late of K izabith
Vansyckle, nt the distance of about three hundred
arid inree iot one ami three-quarters inches west
ward from the west side or Broad street, thence by
said land north twentf-elirht degrees fortv-eight
minutes Wf st, crossing Fifteenth street four hundted
and twenty-five feet four and seven-eighth Inches,
more or less, to a point, t hence by lands late of Isaiah
be ll south sixty-one degrees eighteen minutes west,
crossing Sixteenth street four hundred and ninety-
four feet eleven and one-elahth Inches to the north
east side of Stump lane (vacated), thence south
twenty-six degrees thirty minuteg east along said
Mump iane (vacated) eight reet five and live-eighths
Inches to the north side of Montgomery avenue
aforetald, end thence eastward along tho same six
hundred and forty-seven feet ten and seven-eighths
inches, more or less, crossing Fifteenth and Six
teenth streets aforesaid to the place or beginning.
Tcgether with Ihe additional land vested la the
onnerof the above tract by an act of Assembly ap
proved the seventeenth-day of March, 1S04, entitled,
jn act iu vacate mump iane, in me city or Phila
delphia,"' whereby his lines were extended to the
miooie or said iane.
same vs. Freeman Scott, owner or rennted owner.
or whoever may be owner, D. C, March Term, 1871,
o. ior tne sum oi tour tnousana ana rorty-r.urce
dollars and fifty-one cents, to wit, for registered
taxcf against all that certain lot or piece of ground
situated in the Twentietn ward or the city or Phila
delphia, beginning at a point in the Hue of ground
now or late or Richard II. Rush, on the north side or
Columbia avenue, at the distance of three hundred
and sixty feet ten and three-quarter inches west
ward from the west side of Broad street ; thence ex
tending westward along the north side of Columbia
avenue one hundred and seventeen feet seven and
one-quarter Inches to the northeast side of Stump
lane (vacated); thence along the northeast side of
said Stump lane vacated north twenty-eight degrees
forty-Dine minutes west nve Hundred and sixty-two
feet seven and three-eighths inches more or less to
the east side of Sixteenth street; thence northward
along the same eighty feet eight aud one-eighth
Inches to the south side of Montgomery avenue;
tnence eastward along tne same and crossing Fif
teenth street live hundred and sixty-seven feet eight
Inches more or less to the lino of land now or Uto of
F.lizabtth ansyckei: thence alone: the same south
twentv-elght degrees forty-eight minutes east one
hundred and twelve feet six inches more or less to a
point, and south seven decrees fortv-six minutes
wist by same land seventy-six feet live and three
quarter Inches to a point lu the line of grouad now
cr late of Francis Blackburno Jr. ; thence south ten
degrees fifteen mlnntes west along the same ami
ground now or late of Peter Mackenzie two hundred
and twenty-four feet one and hvc-clghths Inches
more or less to a point in said Mackenzie's line;
thence by land of the said Richard II. Rush south
sixty degrees eighteen minutes west two hundred
and thirty-one feet eight and one-eighth Inches to
the north stuc or Columbia avenue and place or be
ginning; together with the additional land vested In
the owner of the above tract by an Act of Assembly
approved March 17th, 1804, entitled "An Act to va
cate stump iane in tne city or rniiadeipuia, wnnre
by his lines are extended to the middle of the said
Same vs. E. v arteis, E. Wasters, E. Lrastha, and
Freeman Scott, owners or reputed owners, or who
ever may be owners, D. C, March Term, 1371, No.
940, for the samof nineteen hundred and thirty-one
dollars and ten cents, to wit, for registered taxes
against all that certain lot or piece of ground be
ginning at a point in the centreline of Richmond
street, lormeily caild Point-no- Point road, in the
Twenty-nfth ward or the city ot Philadelphia, at tho
distance of seventy-nine feet and one-eighth of an
men, more or less, Bontti west or tne centreline or
Erie avenue, as laid out on the plan of the la'.e dis
trict of Richmond, beluga point in the line of ground
formerly or John aiason, and now or late of the
Philadelphia and KendlngRallioadCompaoy, theuce
extending northeasiwaroly along the centre Itae or
said Richmond street, nine hundred and eighty-one
leet lour end nve-eignins incnes, more or less.
crossing Butler street, to the line of ground formerly
of Michael Willegas, aud now or late of Keujamiu
K Janney, thence extending southeastwardly along
the same three thousand four hundred and twenty
six feet eight aud three-eighths Inches, more or leas,
crossing Lambert, .'.ath, Myrtle, Casper, and Carbon
streets and Delaware avenue, as laid outousaia
plan, below water mark of the river Delaware,
thence extending southwestwardly along said low
water mark of the river Delaware by tho several
courses thereof and crossing Erie avenue aforesaid,
nlue hundred and eighty-six leet six inches, more
or less, to the line of grouud formerly of the Bald
jonn Aiason and now or late oi tne i-muvioipnia
and Reading Railroad Company aforesaid, and
thence northwestwardly along the same and croas
lDif the said Lambert. Bath. Myrtle. Cooper, and
Carbon streets and Delaware avenue, threa thou
sand live hundred ami thirteen feet, mora or less, to
the centre line of Richmond street aforesaid to
place of beginning, containing eighty acres of land,
be the same more or less, belug composed of seven
contiguous parcels or land wmcn I nomas a. Mor
gan, surviving executor, or by seveu indentures,
each dated the twenty-third day of February, A. D.,
it-o', recorded in ueea uook k. l. w., ko. , pages
490, 496, 602, C08, 614, and 520, etc., respectively,
granted and conveyed unto the said Freeman Scott
lu lee, reserving tneretor and thereout seven cer
tain yearly ground rents or sums amounting In the
aggregate to the sum of two thousand seven hun
Same vs. E. Burton, owner or reputed owner.
or whoever may be owner, and J. Frank Knight,
registered owner, C P., March Term, 1871, No. 901,
ior tne sum oi one nunnrea ana uity-six oouars
and six cents, for work and labor done and per
formed and materials furnished, to wit, for regis
tered taxes against all that certain lot or piece ol
zround situate on me nortneast corner oi cumber
fund and Sepviva streets, In the Nineteenth ward of
the clty of Philadelphia, containing in front on Cum
lerland street forty-flve feet and in depth north
wardly of the same breadth along Sepviva street
one hundred and sixty feet to Dickinson street.
3 21 WILLIAM It. LEEDS. Sheriff.
TO INSURANCE COMPANIES, CAPITAL
ISTS, AND OTHERS.
BUSINESS FRORERTY, No. 427 WALNUT
Four-story front, Cve-story doable back buildings,
occupied as offices, and suitable for an Insurance
company, 21 feet 0 inches front, 124 feet deep.
S. KINGSTON McCAY,
No. 429 WALNUT Street.
GOOD BUSINESS STAND TO LET,
SUITABLE FOR ANY BUSINESS.
Store iiikI Dwelling;,
SOUTHWEST CORNER OF SIXTEENTH AND
Apply on premises. ' t
fr GERMANTOWN. TWO DESIRABLE
lilll nouses to rent, handsomely and completely
luTnlBhed : one for the year and one for the summer.
Also, several properties for sale. Apply to
WILLIAM if. BACON,
s in ct" no. an walb ui street.
ft TO RENT A FIRST-CLASS FIVE-STORY
b"i! Store, No 45 S. Fourth street. Immediate pos-
Bcbslon. - Apply to
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fp TO RENT A NEW FIRST-L'LASS FOUR
fca story Store, Nos. 30 and 88 Strawberry street.
Auply to . WILLIAM W. KEEN,
3 17fmW3f NO. B26 WALNUT Street.
TO RENT THK RESIDENCE NO. 1709
Locust street. Apply at oiitce, No. 4, 274 8
rd isireeu 8 xi
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ii very desirable store. No. 'Hi MARKET Street,
l by 20 feet. 8 16 tf
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Carved and Ornamental Marble
UUEEH Street, above Seventh,
130 8m PHILADELPHIA.
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Hangers and Couplings, Speeds calculated,
Shaftmg and Gearing arranged.
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A OADKMY NfLBHON.
M'Ll-K CHRISTINA NILSsON'S FAREWELL,
TIMS DAY, March 28, 1S71, at 8 r. M.
Mr. Max Strakooeti respeetmily announces the
LAST CJNOKRT OK
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TUESDAY KVF.NING, MARCH JO. at 8 o'clOClr,
AT TIIK ACADKMY OK Ml SIC.
MATVLLK CHRISTINA MI.SSON will be assisted
K If lea AWX.TIT 1 (.I K: O fiAl-lV IVw.t.nKn . U I
'I'm, ororilng to location; Family Circle, 11; Re
served Kears in Family Circle 1 extra; Amphithea
tre. N) cent?. 8 22tf
Salft of peats will commence SATURDAY, 2olh,
at 9 A. M., at the Academy of Music only. Stein
way pianos are i.seit at all the Nllssou Concerts.
TtrALNDT STItR ET TIIKATR B.-1
THIS (Wednrsdaji EVENING, March 22,
Last Nlnlit but, Three of the
FAREWELL ENGAGEMENT OF
MR. AND MRS. BARN BY WILLIAMS.
Only night or the Romantic Irish Drama,
TIIS EMERALD KING.
Mike Macarty Mr, BARNEY WILLIaVS
Maggie Macarty Mrs. BARNEY WILLI AjilS
To conclude with the original drama,
ALL HALLOW EVE.
Horiy ocrntior Mr. BARNEY WILLIAMS
Kitty Kllleen Mrs. BARNEY WILLIAMS
JAYENPORTS CHKSN UT STREET TII BATRB.
THIS (Wednesday) EVENING,
A NEW WAY TO PAY OLD DEBTS.
E. L. DAVENPORT as Sir Giles Overreach.
Supported by the
BLITZ MATINS E, IN AID OF THE FRENCH AND
m THIS AFTRRNOON, AT 2 O'CLOCK.
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THEATRE. Begins X to 8 o'clock.
LOTTA'S FOURTH WEEK. HOUSES PACKED.
MONDAY, EVERY EVENING, AND SATURDAY
AFTERNOON AT ii o'clock,
In Brougham's dramatization of
LITTLE NELL AM) TUB MARCniONESS.
I OTTA I s LITTLE NEf.L
J'wli'Ri as THE MARCHIONESS
FRIDAY BENEFIT OF1 LOTTA.
SATURDAY ONLY LITTLE NELL MATINEE.
MONDAY NEXT HEART'S EASE.
ACADEMY OF M
U S I c.
GRAND FAREWELL CONCERTS,
Assisted by the celebrated pianist, MISS ANNA
MLHL1U, AND II IS SUPERB ORCHESTRA,
FRIDAY EVENING, March 81,
AND ON K GRAND MATINEB ON
SATURDAY AKTERNUON, April 1.
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BECK'S PHILADELPHIA BAND, No.T.
THURSDAY EVENING, April 13. 1S71.
GRAND MILITARY BAND,
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CHOICE SELECTIONS OF
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Peserved scats, 76 cents. 4 13 t 4 13
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From 10 A. M. to 10 P. M.
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warned against buying or aelllug "Extinguishers"
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now within the reach of every property holder.
N. B. One style made specially for private resi
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