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THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESIjaT, MARCH 22, 1871.
Incorporated by the Legislature
Of Pennsylvania, 1S36.
Office S. K. corner of TniRD and WALNUT Streets,
OB Vessels, Cargo, and Freight to all parts of tae
On Goods by river, canal, lake, and land carriage to
all part of the Union.
on Merchandise generally; on Stores, Dwellings,
ASSETS OF TUB COMPANY,
November 1, 1870.
390,000 United States Six l'er Cent
Loan (lawful mone)) $333,378 00
SOO.000 8tae of Pennsylvania Six Per
Cent. Loan 814,000-00
- 800,000 Citv of Philadelphia Six Pur
rent. Loan exempt from
164,000 State of New Jersey Six Per
Cent. Loan 163,920-00
20.000 Pennsylvania Railroad First
Mortgage Six Per Ct. Bonds. 90,700-Ot
86,000 Pennsylvania Railroad Second
Mortgage Six Per Ct. Bonds. 88,800t)0
85,000 Western Pennsylvania Rail
road Mortgage Six Per Cent.
Bonds (Pennsylvania Kail
road gnaran tee) 80,00000
80,000 State of Tennessee Five Per Ct.
Loan 18,000 00
7.000 State of Tennessee Six Per Ct.
18,600 Pennsylvania Railroad Com
pany ('250 Shares Stock) 13,000-00
6,000 North Pennsylvania uanroaa
Company (100 BhareB Stock) . . 4,300-Ot
10,000 Philadelphia and Southern Mall
Steamship Company (30 sh'a
1.650 Loans on Bond and Mortgage.
first liens on City Properties., 801,050-00
11,260,150 Par. C'Bt, 11,264, 44T-34. Mkt Vltl,293-657-O0
Real Estate 66,000-50
BH!s Receivable for Insur
ances made 830,871-27
Balances due at Agencies
Premiums on Marine Policies
Accrued Interest an 1 jtuer
debts due the Company
Stock and Scrip, etc , ol sun
dry corporations, $7950, esti
Tnomu C. Hand,
Samuel i. stokes,
William O. Boulton,
H. Jones Brooke,
Jacob P. Jenes,
James B. McFarland,
Joshua P. Eyre,
Thomas P. Stotesbury.
donn v. Davis,
Edmund A. Soader,
Joseph II. Seal,
Henry C. Dallett, Jr.,;
James C. liand,
"William C. Ludwtg,
John D. Taylor,
Beorge W. Bernadoa,
Wm. C. Houston,
U. Frank Robinson.
John B. Semple, Pittsb'rg,
A. B. B rger, Pittsburg,
D. T. Morgan, Pittsburg.
JOHN C. DAVIS. Vice-President.
Hskrt Lylbcrn, Secretary.
Uinbv Ball, Assistant Secretary.
LIFE INSURANCE GO.
ia S W YOHK
LEMUEL BANCS, President.
GEORGE ELLIOTT, Vice-Pres't and Sec'y.
EMORY McCLINTOOK, Actuary.
JAM3 M. LONG ACRE,
MANAGER FOR PENNSYLVANIA AND
Office, 302 WALHUT St., Philadelphia.
H. C. WOOD, Jr., Medical Examiuor.
REV. S. POWERS, Special Agent.
Uniott Mutual Insnraace . CQinpany
OF PHILADELPIII a.
1 INCORPORATED 1S01.
Tire, Mai in e, and Inland Imurance.
Office, N. E. Cor. THIRD and WALNUT
LOSSES PAID SINCE FORMATION,
ASSETS OF THE COMPANY, JANUARY 1, 1371,
RICHARD S. SMITH, President.
JOHN MOSS, Secretary.
People's Fire Insurance Coipny,
' Ko. 514 WALNUT Street.
CHARTERED J 959.
Fire Insurance at LOWEST KATES consistent
with security. Losses prompt'.y adjusted aud paid.
NO UNPAID LOSSES.
Assets December 81, 1870 1129.85W8
CUAS. E. BONN, Prca'dent.
CJEO. BUSCH, Jr., Secretary.
INCORPORATED MARCS 17, ISM.
HO. 34 NORTH FIFTH STREET,
BUILDINGS, HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, AN!
From Loss by fire (in the City fcf Philadelphia only)
ASSETS. JANUARY! 1, 170. 1,703,'iiU 07.
William H. Hamilton,
George 1. Young,
Jos. It. Lyndall,
Levi p. Coats.
Charles P. Bower,
M. H. Dickinson,
Joseph E. Bcholl.
WM. H. HAMILTON, President.
8AMUEL BPARHAWK, Vice-President
WILLIAM F. BUTLER,
A Mi INSURANCE COMPANY
NO. 809 CHESNUT Street.
IHCOarOiATKO 1S56. CHAKTKK FIUPBTUAX.
TIK3 INSURANCE EXCLUSIVELY,
insurance against Loss or Damage by Fire etthor
Perpetual or Temporary Policies.
William u. uaawn,
William hi. fceyfert,
John F. Smiio,
John Kessier, Jr.,
Edward It. Orue,
John W. Everamn,
tteorae A. w est,
CHARLES RICHARDSON. President.
WILLIAM IL KilAWN, Vice-Frealdont.
William a l Blancha&o secretary.
TMLB ENTERPRISE INSURANCE CO. O?
PHlLADKLt in a.
Dffica 8. W. cor, FOURTH and WALNUT Streets
FIRE INSURANCE EaCLLMVLLY.
PKRPETL'AL, AND TERM POLICIES 1:U3D
CASH Capital (paid op In full) tajo.ooo-no
CASH Aftsets, ueBeiuoer J, iBiu Wju
F. Ratchford Starr, 1 J. Llvlngstoa Errlnger,
Nft'bro Irazicr, ijames u Uuii'hurn,
Joha M. Atwood, I Win. U. Uouli a,
ni. T. Tredick. Charles NS lio.-a-r.
George H. Stuart, IThomas U. Montgomor
John H. Urown, James ft,. Aeribou.
F. RATCHFORD BTARR. 1'rem iont.
THOMA U. MONTGOMERY, Vlce-PreaUttut
ALEX. W. WISTEM. Swcrebtry.
JACOB T- PSTERHON. Aasuinr Secretary.
T&1PKBIAL FIIIS INB1JKAN03 CO.,
f,!5j OkilUl and Aouama!itJ Baud,
PKKVOaT & HEiUlINO, A-,'onta,
Ba. 1.1 8. TULKD Slrevt. Poiladalyhi.
chas. m. r&xv J3i cam p. aKRiusa
Fir Inland, and Marine Iniurancl.
ASSETS January 1 1871 $3,050,536
Receipts of Premiums, 'i0 $2,096,154
Intercuts from Investments, 1970., 137,050
Losses paid in 1870...
STATEMENT OF THE ASSETS.
Tlrst Mortgages on Philadelphia City Pro
United States Government Loans 825,9.12
Pennsylvania' State Loans 163,310
Philadelphia City Loans 800,000
New Jersey and ether State Loans and
City Bonds 825.510
Philadelphia and Reading Railroad Co.,
other Atauroaa mortgage bonus ana
Philadelphia Bank and other Stocks 62,ss
Cash in Bank 891,048
Loans on Collateral Security 81,434
Notes receivable and Marine Premiums
Accrncd Interest and Pieminm In course
of transmission 83,201
Real estate, Cilice of the Company 8t),ooo
Certificates of Insurance issued, payable in London
at the Counting House of Messrs. aR ,WN, SHIP
LEY fc CO.
AUTIIt II Q. COFFW,
OTATTHIAH MARIS, Secretary.
V. II. REEVES, Assistant Secretary
ARTntTR Q. COFFIN,
SAMUEL W. JONES,
JOHN A. BROWN,
FRANCIS R. COPE,
KDW. U. TROTTER,
KDW. 8. CLARKE,
T. CHAKLTON HENRY,
1HI J A-'. U I0.7 UI
LOUIS C. MADEIRA,
CHAS. W. CUSHMAN,
CLEMENT A. ORISCOM
GEORGE L. HARRISON,
1829 CnAKTR rBKFETUAL. 1871
Ratlin Fire Insiance Cs
Office, Res. 435 and 437 CHESNUT St.
Assets Jan. I f'7l1$3,087,452,35
ACCRU ED S U UfUU H AJN1) i-ltttill U 1US . 2,067, 452 35
INCOME FOR 1871,
LOSSES PAID IN 1370,
bosses Paid Since 1820 Nearly
The Assets of the "FRAN RUN' are all Invests
In solid securities (over 2, 750,000 in First Bonds and
Mortgages), which are all interest bearing and
divkiend paying. The Company holds no Bills Re
ceivable tuktn for Insurances effected.
Perpetual ana Temporary romies on Liberal
Terms. The Company also lnsaes policies upon the
Rents or ail Kinas 01 cuuaings, urouna uouts and
Alfred G. Baker,
George W. Richards,
Wllllaiu . Grant,
Thomas 8. Ellis,
Gustavus S. Benson.
ALr KiiU W
GEORGE FALES, Vice-President.
JAMES W. MCALLISTER, Secretary.
THEODORE PL REGER. AflBiaiAut Secretary.
rfHE PENNSYLVANIA FIR3 LNSURANCB
incorooratea lb-o quarter remeiuai.
No. 610 WALNUT Street, opposlto Independence
This Company, favorably known to the comma-
nlty for over forty years, continues to Insure against
lCBS or damage oy fire on Public or Private Bulld-
lnes, either permanently or for a limited time. Also
on Faruitare, Stocks of Goods, and Merchandise
generally, on liberal terms.
Their Caoital. together with a large Surplus Fund.
Is Invested in tne most careiui manner, wnicn ena
bles them to oiler to the lusurea an unuouotea seen-
r.ty in the case of loss.
Daniel Smith, Jr..
J. GUllngham Foil,
Franklin A. Comly.
DANIEL SMITH, Jb., President
Wm. G. Ceowkll, Becratary.
A NTIIRACITE INSURANCE COMPANY.
Office. No. Bll WALNUT Street, between Third
and Fourth streets, Philadelphia.
This Company wl'l insure against Loss or Damige
by Fire, on Buildings, Furniture, and Merchandise
Also, Marine Insurance on vessels, Cargoes, and
Freights. Inland Insurance to all parts of the Union.
J. E. Baura,
John B. Hcyl,
Wm. M. Kaird,
John R. Blaklston,
W. F. Dean,
Y I .....
Samuel H. HothermeL
WILLIAM fcSUEK. President.
WM. F. DEAN, Vice-President.
W. M. Smith, Secretary.
ENGINES. MACMINERY. ETC.
PKNN STE AM ENGINE AND BOILER
lORiii. NEAFIIf A LKVY, PKACT'I
UAL. AND l UlUltHl ItAli .r?UiJitilt, MA-
CUIN1STS, i'vhi tn-MAivaiia, uLAUtt.o.iiiri3,
and FOUND5!!:, having for many years been In
nccessfdl operation, and been exclusively engaged
ir, i. n.i.m.cr und romilrlLi? Marine and ltlv-r Knt'lnr.
hixh nnrt low nrehsure. Iron Rollers. Water Tanks.
etc.. respectfully offer their services
to tte public as be) ag fully prepared to con ti act foi
engines of all siae'A Murino, River, and Stationary;
having tets of patterns of dlffcient sizes, are pre-r,i-p
ti tr, f;xeent'j orders with quick despatch. Ever?
description of pattern-making made at the shortest
notice, lllgr-. and Ixw Pressure Fine Tubuiar and
Cvlinder Ro lersof the best Pennsylvania Charcoal
IrolU rOTyiLgB di ail di&u .ii-t wu-id. .iuu auu
Rrass Clatiilr.f-'S of all descriptions. Roll Turning,
tcrew cuttluir, aud all other work connected
with the above business.
ir.Twi.imnnd BDeciflctttlons for all work dona
the tBtaollBhinent free of charge, and work gua
Thi nnhsrli)ers have ample wharf dock-loom fot
rt-nalra of boaw, where they can Uo in perfeM
itfety. and are provided with shears, mocks, fall
etc tc, for raising heavy iw wnu
JOHN P. LEVY,
EKACU and PALMER Streets.
TUUE WORKS AiiD IRON CO.,
MauufHeturc Plnln and tlalvanlzed
and Sundries for Has and Steam Fitters, Plumbers
MHCU:niuiB, auuhub vii i.suiras. kim,
TWENTY-T1MK1) AND Fl LKIIU'P hi'R EET3.
OFFICE AM) WAIIKIIUI'Si;,
No. 48 W. FIF'l H K l'l Kl.T.
COTTON SAIL DUCK. AND CANVAS, OF AL J
KJ i.uit:ti;k and brands, 'icci, wim.p, iranx
aud Wi Bou-covir Duik. Also, Paper Manufac
tur.jrs" Lrlf.r teltB, frf-m tu:rTv w eveiiiy
teeae UH WnllU. J,iK,M AN.
PHILADELPHIA AND READING! RAILROAD
Depot, THIRTEENTH and CALLOWII1LL 8treets.
Until further notice tralus wlU Leave and Arrive
as ;olows :
TRAINS I.KATK. A.K.I TRAINS ARRTV1. A. V.
Read'gAAUont'nWay 7-o rottatown accoiu. ... 9-1B
HarrlHb'gU'otta'e Ex 610, Read's A Poltsv'e Ao.lO W
Phlla. A Potts'e Way p. m.
Aram ta-so narnsogA rottse m i-uu
Phlla. A Pottsv'e W.
Harrlsb'gAPotts'e Ex 8-30
Pottstown Accomma 4-O0
Read 'gat Potts v'e Ac. 4 45
ON SUNDAYS. A. M.
To Heading 8tK)
Train 4 3C
narrlsbgfcotu'e Ex l-0t
and Allentown Ac. B'10
ON B17N0AYS. A. M.
From Pottsvllle 12 85
From ReArtlnff T. 7-aa
To Pottsvllle 815
The Sunday trains connect with similar trains on
the Perklomen and Colebrookdale Railroads.
For Downlngtown and points on Chester Valley
Railroad, take 7-80 a. m., P2-H0 noon, and 4 p. m.
For S3hwenksvllle and points on Per-fclomen Rail
road, take 7-80 a, m. 12-80 noon, and. 4 p. m.
For MU Picasaut and points on Colebrookdale
Railroad take 7-80 a. m. and 4-00 p. m.
N. Y. EXPRESS FOR PITT8BUKC1 AND WK3T.
Trains leave New York at 9-00 a. m. aud 6-00 p.
m., passing Keating at 1-55 aad 10-05 p. m.. connect
ing at Harrlsburg with Pennsylvania and Northern
Central trains for Chicago, Cincinnati, Pittsburg,
Baltimore, W llllainsport, etc.
Sleeping cars accompany these trains through be
tween Jersey City and Pittsburg without change.
Trains for New York, leave Harrlabari at 810,
8-10, and 2-50 p. m.
Additional train leaves New York for Harrlsburg
at 12 o'clock noon.
For particulars see Guide Books, which can be ob
tained at No. 611 Cheanut street, and at all stations,
Season, School, Mlleege, and Commutation Tickets
at reduced rates to be had of 8. Uradford, Treasurer,
No. 227 S. Fourth street, Philadelphia, or J. E.
Wootten, Assistant Superintendent, Heading.
stkkkt CAR& The Thirteenth aud i itteeiitn, and
Race aud Vine streets, connecting with other lines.
run close to the Depot.
issggage collected ana delivered by Dungan s ng-
page press. Orders left at Depot, or at No. 225 S.
GERMAN TO WN AND NORRISTOWN BRANCH.
Denot. Mnth and Green.
Trains leave for Gerraantown at 6. 7,8. 8 V. 9-05,
10, 11, 12 A. M. ; 1, 2. 2 80, 8 1B, 8-45, 4-0(5, 4-30, B'05,
5-45, e, 6-30, 7, 8, 9, iu-05, li, 12 p. m. Learo uer
mtntown, 6, 6 55, 7-30, 8, 8-20, 9, 9Jtf, 10, n. 12 a.
M. ; 1, 2, 8, 8-60, 4, 4 45, 5, 5-30, 6, 6-30, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 p.
m. The 8-20 and 9-30 down trains, 2-80, 3-45, and 5-45
op traliiB, will not stop on the Germantown branch.
On Sundays, leave at 9-15 a. m. ; 2, 4-05 7, 10-45 p. in.
Leave Germantown, 8-15 a. m. ; 1, 8, 6, 9-45 p. m.
passengers taking the 6-55, 9 a. m., and 6-30
p. m. trains from Germantown, will make close
connection with the trains for New York at Inter
Chesnut Hill Railroad. Leave at 6, 8, 10, 19
a. m. ; 2-30, 8 45, 545, 7, 9 and 11 p. m. Leave Chea
nut Hill at 7-10, 8, 910, 11-40 a. in.; 1-40, 3-40, 6 4",
6-40, 8-40, 10-40 p. m. On Sundavs, leave 9-15
a. in.; 2 and 7 p. m. Leave Chesmit Hill at 7-50
a. m. : 12-40, 5-40, 9-25 p. in.
Fou Consuoiiocken and Norristown Leave at
6, 7-30, 9, 11-05 a. in. ; 1 30, 8, 4, 5, 6-30, 6-15, 8-05, 10,
11-45 p. m. Leave Norristown at 6-30, 6 25, 7, 7-45,
8 50, 11 a. ir . ; 1-30, 3, 4-30, 6 15, 8, 9-30 p. m. On Sun
days, leave at 9 a. in. ; 2-so, 4, rau p. m. Leave Nor
ristown at 7 a. m. ; 1, 5-30, 9 p. ra.
FobManatunk Leave at 6, 7-30, 9, 1105 a.m.;
1-30,8,4,5, 6-30, 6-15, 8 05, 10, u-45 p. rn. Leave
Manajunk at 6, 6-55, 7-30, 8-10.-9-20, 11-30 a.rn.;2,
3-30, 5, 6-45, 8-30, 10 p. m. On Sundays, leave at 9 a.
m. ; 2-30, 4, 7-30 p. m. Leave Manayunk at 7-30 a. m. ;
1-30, 6 15, 9 30 p. m.
For Plymouth Leave at 6 a. m. and 5 p. m.
Leave Tlymouth at 6-2( a. m. and 2-30 p. M.
The 7-4& a. m. train from .forristown will not stop
at Magee's, Potts' Indlng.Domino, or Schur's Lane.
Pasbengers taking tne 1-12, vvs a.m., ana trait
p. m. traits from Ninth and Green streets win
make close connections with the trains for Now
York at Intersection Station.
The 8-30 a. ra., 12-30 and 5 p. m. trains from New
York stop at intersection Station.
1 FOR NEW YORK THE CAMDEN
10 I vi and Amboy and Philadelphia and Tren
ton Railroad ComraBles' linos from Philadelphia
to New York and Way Plaoes.
riiOV WALUCT BTRHBT WHARF.
At 7 A. M., Mall and Accommodation, via Gam
en and Amboy, atd at 8-80 P. M., Aooommoda-
tloc via Camden and Jersoy City.
At 2 and 6 P. M.i tor Ambay and intermediate staj
At 7 A. M. and 8-80 P. M. for Freehold and Far-
At 7 and 10 A. iu.i 12 m.i a, 0 'oo, ana r. ra. ior
At 7 and in a. ss.., ia so.., a, 8-so, b, e, 7, ana
1VB0 P. M. lor ifonlentown, t'loreno. Hurllaton'
Edgewater, Beverly, Delanoo, Riverside, River
ton, and Palmyra.
At 7 and 10 A. M., 12 m., b, e, 7, ana ii-bo p. ra.
for Fish House.
The 1130 P. M. line leaves from Market Street
Ferry (upper side).
VKOM wedt rtiiLAUjiL.ruiA unrur.
At 7-80 and 8 46 A. M., 1'iO, 310, 6'SO, 6 46 and 12
P. M., New York Express Lines, and at 11-83 P. K.,
Line, via .lorney tllty.
At 7 BO anu -4D a. iu., 1 iv, a-iu, o ou, o o, na a
at u-n a. 1 iu, o o auu jo I . iu. ivr z.rubUA.
At 12 P.M. tnlght) for Morrlnvllle, ruliytown,
Schenck's, Eddlngton, Cornweils, Torresdale,
Holnjosburg Junction, Taoony, Wlsalnoming,
Lrldesburg, and Frank fcrd.
Sunday uces leave at v-10 a., xa.. a to sr. w... ana
W BOH KBfloIflOTVl vnrif k.
At 7-80 A.M., 2-80, 8-50, and t P.M. for Trsnton
and Hrlstol, and at 9 30 A. M. and 6 P. M. for
At I "80 a. Du, a go, ana b r. a., ior worrmvuie
At 7 eo and W33 a.m.. 'i'liu, e, ana o i.li. ior
Sclienok's, Eddlngton, Cornweils, TorroBdale, and
At 7 A. M., 12-80, 6-16, and T-80 P.M. for Bant'e
ton, HolmesWg, and Holmesburg Junotlon.
At 7 ana h-bo A. Ui., ou, ov, oi, , au i ov
P. M. for Taoony, WUBinoniing, liriaeeuurg, and
VIA BELYIDKRB DSLAWAI'.a KA1I.KUAD.
At 7 BO A.M. for Niagara Fails, Hutlivlo, Ecn.
kirk, Eluilra, Roehester, Syracuse, Oreut Bend,
Wlikesoarre, souooioys juouuiaiu, etc.
At 7 so A. M. and 8-iiO P. M. lor Soranton,
Strondsburg, Water Gap, Belvldere, Easton, Lam.
bertvllle, Flemlngton, eto.
At 6 r. bl. ior juaoiDertvuie ana intermeuiate
WB.OH MARKBT BTEBBT IEBBY (CFFBR BIDBJ,
VIANKWJaKHUY BOOTUKBM JtAlLUOAD.
At 11 A. M. fur New York, Loua Branch, and
VIA OAMDBN AND BURLINGTON UUUKTY SA1LKUAU.
At 646 ana 11 A. jh., 1, a-au, o. anu o-eu r . iu...
and on Thursday and Saturday nights at 11-30 P.
M. for Merchantsviue, xaooreJtowa, uariiora,
Masonvllle, Halnf port, and Mount Holly.
At 040 a. ui., a'iju ana 0 u r. w.. iwr L.uiuuerton
Ato 45 and 11 A.m.. ou,, ana our.ia.ior mitn.
vllle, Ewansvllle, Vlnoentown, Blrnilnt;hau, and
At 6 46 A. M., 1 ana euu r. ai. ior iewiscown,
Wrlgbtstown, t'ooketowa. New Egypt, liorners-
town, Cream Rluge, imiayatown, ouaron, ana
Dec. 13. 18 J 0. will. i uai Agenj.
tit EST CHESTER Ar
EST CHESTER AND PHILADELPHIA RAIL-
VV ROAD COMPANY.
J2 J.VU A .1-4 At lUvii fil 1 wvsuuwi ai, jqiu,
Trains will leave and arrive at the Depot, THIRTY
FIRST and CHESNUT Streets, as follows:
For West Chester at 7-45 aud 11-20 A. M., S-30,
6-16, and 11-30 P. M. Stops at all stations.
For Wett Chester at 4-40 P. M. This train stops
only at sUtlous between Media and West Chester
For 11. C. JuncUon at 4-10 P. M. Stops at all sta
tions. r()R PHILADELPHIA
From West Chester at 6-30 aud 10-45 A. M., 1-65,
..-r 1 ink 1 LiTL'U KlVn V Antriha IT 1CTA
45, and 6 56 P. M. stops at an siationa.
vmm West Chester at 75 A. M. This train stons
only at stations between West Chester aud Media
Srom li. C. JuncUon at 8 40 A. M. Stops at all
tatious, t,k,,.. .
and 2 P. M. Leave wesi vuunver av i wa. m. ana
4 P.M. ,rTIrirTrD L-., .. -
WJ EST J R o x B A1LHUADB,
' . r r . -ti , 1 I HI nM." 1 1 I1T17 A VriI?Ul...i . .
rtlMHKNL'INU MtNDAY. HfcPTJCM bKJL ".S. 18T0.
Trains will leave Philadelphia as follows: From
foot of JuarKev sireei (upper ichj,
Kwedebboro, Vinelabii, nlUl vllle, and way sUUoua.
8 16 P. M., PaHseovtirior Cape Mity, lUOlvlile, aud
ah a m.. ntiuunuii nijuuuii'mu.. i-.u.
wav stations wiowunusuo.
8 ao P. M., PaeBenKr for Brldgeton, Salem,
i:.. u.iwirn mid WV BtattonS.
t-0 P. M., Acoommodatlon for Woodbury, (IIass
boro. ciuitju. Swtdesooro, anl luteruiedUte st-
M Freight Train leaves Camden dally, at 12 Mv
WUL1AM. J KEWELL, fcuperlnUjuaont
"PENNSYLVANIA. CENTRAL E RAILROAD.
AFTER I P. M., SUNDAY, JANUARY 1, 18T0.
The trains of the Pennsylvsnla Central Rallral
'X?,tiie Dcpst, at 'THIRTY-FIRST and MAR
KET Streets, which is reached directly by the Mar
ket street cars, the last ear eonneotlng with eROk
tr-tin leaving Front and Market streets thirty
minutes before Its departure. The Chesnut and
Walnut streets ears ran within ene square of the
Sleeping-car tickets ean be had on appHo-tlen
at the Ticket Oinoe, N. W. corner NlaU and CUes
nut streets, and at the Depot.
Agents of the Union Transfer Company will eall
for and deliver baggage at the depet. Orders left
at No. 801 Chesnut street, or No. 116 Market street,
wlU reoelve attention.
... , TRAIMB L1AV D1POT.
nttsburg Express .... Wll A. M.
MallTraJn 8 00 AM.
Lock Haven and Elmlra Express . . 9-40 A. M.
Faoll AooominodaMon.lOTO A.M.& 1-10 and T-101'.M.
Fast line 12-40P.M.
Erie Expreg xa-40 P. M.
Harrlsburg Accommodation . . . 2 80 P.M.
Lancaster Acoommodatlon . . . 4-10 P.M.
Parkesbnrg Train ... , 6-80P.M.
Cincinnati Express i-oo P. M.
Erlo Mall and Huffalo Express . . 9 60 P. M.
Pacific Express 1010 P. M.
Pnoli Acr.onimodatlon. No. 4 . . 11-10 P. M.
Erie Mall leaves daily, rnncltip- on Saturday
nlttht to Wllllamsport only. On Sunday night pas
sengers will leave Philadelphia at 10-10 P.M.
Cincinnati and Paclfio Express leaves dally. All
ether trains dally except Sunday.
The Western Acoommodatlon Train runs dally,
except Sunday. For this train tlokets must be pro.
oured and baggage delivered by I P. M. at No. 116
Sunday Train No. 1 leaves Philadelphia at 8-40
A. M. ; arrives at Paoll at 9-49 A. M. Sunday
Train No. 8 leaves Philadelphia at 6-40 P.M.! ar
rives at Paoll at T-40 P. M.
Sunday Train No. 1 leaves Paoll at 6-60 A. M.j
arrives at Philadelphia at 8-10 A. M. Sunday
Train No. a leaves Paoll at 4 60 P. M.; arrives at
muaaeipniB i o av.
trains abbiy at difot.
Clnolnnatl Express , . . 810 A. M.
PLllaoelpbia Express 7 -CO A. M.
Erie Mall ....... 7-00 A. M.
Paoll Aooommodat'n, 8 80 A. M. A 8 50 fc 6-40 P. M.
, 9-00 A. M.
9 60 A. M.
12-20 P. M.
6 f. M.
8 46 P. M.
, 8 -25 P. M.
6-46 P. M.
9-40 P. M.
10-60 P. M.
Fast Line and Buffalo Exprosi ,
Lanoaster Train . . .
Lock Haven and Elmlra Express
Paclfio Express . . . . .
Southern Express . . .
Harrlsburg: Aoooramodatloa .
Pool! Accommodation, No. 4
For lurthor Information apply to
JOHN 1". YANLEER, Jr.. Tloket Agent,
No.eOl CHESNUT Street.
FRANCIS FUNK, Ticket Agent.
No. 116 MARKET Street.
SAMUEL H. WALLACE,
Tic lie t Agent at the Depot.
The Pennsylvania Railroad Company will not
assume any risk for Baggage, except for Wearing
Apparel, aid limit their responsibility to One Hun
dred Dollars In value. All Baggage oxoeeding
that amount In value will be at the risk of the
owner, unless taken by speolal oontraot.
A. J. O ASS ATT,
General Superintendent, Altoona, Pa.
T3HILABELPHIA, "WILMINGTON, AND BAL-
X TLMORJS KAlIiKOAIi.-
TIME TAii.fc .
OOMMEKOINQ MONDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1870.
Tral-ns will leave. Depot, corner of Broad street
and Washington avenue, as follows:
Way Mall Train at 8-30 A. M. (Sundays exoepted),
for Baltimore, stopping at all regular stations.
Connecting at Wilmington with Delaware Railroad
Lice, at Clayton with Smyrna Branch Katlroad
ai.d Maryland and Delaware Railroad, at Har
rington with Junction and Breakwater Railroad.
at Seaford with Doroke.ner and Delaware Rail
road, a. Delmar with Eastern Shore Railroad, and
at Salisbury with Wlooraloo and Pocomoke Rail
road. Express Train at 11-46 A. M. (Sundays exoepted),
for Baltimore Mid Washington, stopping at Wll.
mington, Perryvllle, and Havre-de-Graoe. Con
nects at Wllinlngto i-TUb. train for New Castle.
Express Train at 4 P. M. Sxndays excepted), for
Baltimore and Washington, stopping at Chester,
TLurlow, Llnwood, Claymont, Wilmlnpton, New-
pert, ctanton, newaia, Liewii. JNortn JsaBt,
Charlostown, Perryvllle. Havrede-Graoe. Aber.
deen. Ferryman's, Edgewoed, Magnolia, Chase's
ana cieu-uier'n aiuu.
IS U bt KxpreBS at 11-80 P. M. (Dally), for Balt!
more aed Wasulngton, stopping at Cheater, Lln
wood, Claymont, Wilmington, Newark, Elkton,
iNonn r.abi, i crrvvu.c, navro-uo-uraoe, lerry
man's, and MaKnolla.
Pasresigers for Fortress Monroe and Norfolk will
take the a. ih. train.
Stopping at all stations between Philadelphia
anu w uiuiDirioQ.
Laftr. PhllmlAlntla o . 1 1 AA A 1T Qnn ft.fLA
7-00 P. Td. The 6-uo P. M. train oonn'oots with Dela
ware Railroad for Milford and intermediate
T n & TT71 1 t-v Iti nr A .A ft wi A 1,1 A YJT u.aa a. ma
LCa V 7 VV A 1 AAA Ail Kbvll V U BUU a AW A ALA.. M VV VUl
and 716 P. M. The 810 A. M. train will not stop
between Chester and Fhlladelphla. The 716 P. M.
train from Wilmington runs Dally; all other ac
commodation trains unuays exooptea.
Trains leaving Wilmington at 6 6 A. M. and 4-00
P. M. will connect at Lamokln Junction with the
7-00 A. M. and 4-80 P. M. trains for Baltlaore Uen
From Baltimore to Philadelphia. Leave Balti
more 7-26 A. Ll., way Mali; U-83 A. M., Express;
8-l6 P. M., Express; 7-25 P. M., ExpredS.
SUNDAY TRAIN FROM BALTIMORE.
Leaves Baltimore at 726 P. M stopping at Mar.
nolla, perryuian's, Aberdeen, llavre-de-Grace, Per.
ry vllle, Cbarlestown, North East, Elkton, Newark,
Stanton, Newport, Wilmington, Claymont, Lln
wood, and Chester.
Thronu-h tlokets to all points West, South, and
Southwest may be prooured at ticket oftloe. No. 8i3
(Jl'.eaiiut street, undor Continental Uotol, where
also state Rooms and Berths lu Sleeping Cars oan
be seoured during the day. Persons purchasing
tlckec3 at tills office oan have baggage checked at
their residence by the Unlsn Transier Company.
tx. a. iiiiwwak, tjupenntenaeat.
riHE rniLADELPHTA AND BALTIMORE CEN
I TRAL RAILROAD. CHANGE OF HOURS.
on aud after MONDAY, October 8, 1870, trains
will run as follows: Leave Philadelphia from depot
of P. Willi. It, 11, corner Broad street and Wash
For Port Deposit at T A. M. and 4-30 P. M.
For Oxford at 7 A. M., 4-30 P. M., aud TP. M.
For Oxford Wednesdays and Saturdays only at
S-80 P. M.
For Chadd's Ford and Chester Creek Railroad at
7 A. M., 10 A. M.t 4-30 P. M., and 7 P. M. Wednes
days and Saturdays only 2-30 P. M.
Train leaving Philadelphia at 7 A. M. connects at
Port ijeposlt with train for Baltimore.
Trains leaving Philadelphia at 7 A. M. and 4 30
P. M. connect at Chadd's Ford Junction with the
W'llmlEgtoB and Reading Railroad.
Trains for Philadelphia leave Port Deposit at 9-25
A. M. and 4-25 P. M., on arrival of trains from Balti-
Oxford at 6-05 A. M., 10-35 A. M. and B-30 P. M.
Sunday at 6-30 P. M. only.
Clmrid'ts,Ford2at 7-26 A. M., 118 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 bagpage, and the company will not In any
cae be rebpousible for an amount exceeding oue
hundred dollars, unless special contract is made for
theVme. HENRY WOOD.
TniLADELPHIA AND ERIE RAILROAD.-
The traius on the Philadelphia and Erie Rail
road will ran ns follows from the Pennsylvania Rail
road Depot, West Philadelphia:
MAIL TRAIN leaves Philadelphia
. " Wtillumsport
arrives at Erie
FR1E EXPRESS leaves Philadelphia..,
arrives at Erie. ,
FLM1RA MAIL leaves Philadelphia...,
'. " WllllaiiiHport..
" arrives at Lock Haven
MAIL TRAIN leaves Erie.
" " Wllllamsport
arrives at I'huadclpula. .
ERIE EXI'REbb leaves Erie
, 8-40 P. M.
, 7-26 A. M.
. 7-40 P. M.
,1'i-iO A. M.
. 80 P. M.
. 7-40 A. M.
, 9-30 A. M.
, 6-35 P. M.
. 70 P.M.
. 9 00 A.M.
.10-05 P. M.
. 60 A. M.
. 9 00 P. M.
8 25 A. M
arrives at l'hlladulohia. 6-30 P. M
ELMIBA MAIL leave Lock Haven 815 A. M
" Williarusoort. 9 -25 A. M
arrives at Philadelphia... 6-30 P. M,
BUFFALO EXP. leaves Wllllamsport.. ..12-35 A. M,
Sunlmrv 2'30 A. M,
arrives at l'lilladuiphia.. 9 40 A. M.
FxnrtHS. Mall, and AccouiiiKxlutiou, east aud
w.m. connect at t:orrv. aud al! webt bound train
and Mall sud Accommodation east at Irviublon with
Oil Creek and Allegheny mver nanroau.
WM. A. BALL WIN, Ueneral Bapermtendent
NORTH PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD
t TO,TJi.SHt)KT MIDDLE ROUTE TO THE
LEHIGH AND WYOMING VALLEYS, NORTH-
tK2,?NJ?J&VANIAJ SOUTHERN AND IN
IFRTfiR NEW YOKIC. HtlfFATl. IIMBWV.
ROCHESTER. THE OREAT LAKES, AND THB
DOMINION OF CANADA.
Takes e fleet December it), 1870.
JtSFirteen Dally Trains leave Panoongor Depot,
eorner of Berks and Amerloan strMtn (SnndaTi
excepted), as follows:
7 00 A. M. (Accommodation) for Fori Waauini.
At T-86 A.M. (ErnraMl. for Ttethtahem. Easton. AU
lentown, Manch Chunk, Wllkoabarre, Williams.
port, Mah?.noy City, Uasleton, Plttston, Towanda.
Waverley, Elmlra, and In connection with tbe ERIE
RAILWAY for Buffalo. Nluara Falls. Roohester.
Cleveland, Chicago, Saa Franolsoo, and all points
iu lue ureal west
8 26 A. M. (Acoommodatlon) for Doyleatown.
V'46 A. M. iRxrreai) for Rnthlahnm. Knjton. Al-
lentown. Maaon Chunk, Wlllbimpport, Mahanoy
City, Wllkesoarre. PItuton, Soranton, Haoketts-
town, onooiey-f mountain, and JN. J. Central and
Morris and Eeset Railroads.
u A. M. (Aooommodntnn) for Fort Washington
1-16 and 6-20 and 8 18 P. M., for Ablnirton.
146 P. M.iEipress) for Hethlehnm." iCn.st.on. Al
lentown, Mauou Chunk, Mahanoy Cltv. Wilkes-
barre. PRtston, and Ilariflton.
2 50 P. M. (Acoommodatlon) for Doylestown.
At 8-20 P. M. (Bethlehem Acoommodatlon) for
Bethlehem, Easton, Allentown, and Coplay.
4-16 P. M. (Mall) for Doylestown.
6-00 P. M. for Bethlehem, Easton, Allentown,
and Manoh Chunk.
6 20 P. M. (Acoommodatlon) for Lansdale.
11-80 p. M. (Aooommodatlon) for Fort Washing
ton. The Fifth and Sixth streets, Second and Third
streets, and Union Lines City Cars ran to the
TRAINS ARRIVE IN PHILADELPHIA FROM
Bethlehem at 8 66, and 10 86 A. M. 8 16, 6 06, and
8 26 P.M.
Doylestown at 8-21 A. M., 4 40 and 6 88 P. M.
Lansdale at 7-80 A. M.
Fort Washington at 8 20 and 11-20 A. M., 810 P.M.
Ablngton at 2 86, 6 66, and 0 86 P. M.
Philadelphia for Bethlehem at 9 SO A. IVl.
Philadelphia for Doylestown at 2 00 P. ML.
Doylestown for Philadelphia at 7 A. M.
Bethlehem for Philadelphia at 4 00 P. M.
Tickets sold and baggage checked through to
principal points at Mann's North Pennsylvania
Baggage Express Offloe, No. 106 S. Fifth street.
Deo. 19, 1870. ELU.S CbARR. Agent.
OFFICE OF Pl'RCIIAblNa AND DEPOT COM
MISSARY, No. 206 S. FOl'RTU Street,
Room No. 2.
St. I.ocis, March 2, 1S71.
SEALED PROPOSALS, in duplicate, will be re
ccived at this oillcc until 12 o'clock M MONDAY,
Apill 8. 1S71, for furnishing the Subsistence Depart
ment U. S. A. :
t-9 pounds mess pork.
40,000 pounds of bacon clear sides.
1H1.0CO pound or double extra flour.
13.no pounds of hard bread.
ll,ooo pounds of corn meal kiln-dried.
15,ooo pounds of beans white navy.
0,000 pounds of split peas.
4,510 ponnds of rice Carolina.
600 pounds of hominy.
17,ooo pounds of green Rio coJec.
1,000 pounds of Rio coffee roastei.
o.ouo pounds or brown sugar.
1,600 gallons of whisky vinegar.
3, ('CO pounds of candles adamantine.
8,000 pounds of extra family soap.
37,r.oo pounds of salt.
coo pounds of pepper black.
4,500 pounds of hams sugar-cured.
17,000 pounds of choice family flour.
8,600 pounds of dried apples.
600 ponnds of dried peaches,
1,200 pounds of raisins.
175 gallons of pickled encumbers.
60 gallons of pickled onions.
375 gallon s of sauerkraut.
832 dozen cans of milk,
njoo pounds of lard.
7,ooo pounds of butter.
1,000 pounds of cheese.
Information an to kind of packages, condition.
etc. etc.. can be obtained on application at this
cOice. C. U. PEN
8 13 t
Captain, C. S., L". S. A.
TTNITED STATES ENGINE ifilt OFFICE, UAL
U TIMORE, MD.
Fayettb Street, kkar Charles,
Third ttory Union Bank Bull ling,
March 1, lsri.
Proposals are invited for dredging m the channel
below Fort Carroll leading to this c ty. Fr iposal
to be sealed and in duplicate, endorsed on outside, and
accompanied by a copy of this Edver.lsement, will
oe received until noon of 1st day of APRIL, 1871,
and will be opened In ten minutes thereafter, In the
presence of such bidders as may wish to be present.
About 75,000 cubic yards, more or less, to be re
moved. Length of haul of materUl averages about
two miles, The object Is to attain a depth of 22 feet
at mean low water. The tide rises about one foot
and one-half. Proposals will state kind ot machinery
to be used ; average quantity In cubic j ar is to te
removed dally ; price per cublo yard, including ex
cavation, removal, and deposit. Mauriu.1 to be
measured In dumping scows.
The right to reject any bid U reserved.
Forms of I roposals and any desired Information
to be had on application nt this ofllce.
WILLIAM P. CRAIGIIILL,
8 2 Major of Engineers U. S. A.
X CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS
SEALED PROPOSALS, indorsed "Propo
sals for Building a Public School
house in the Twenty-seventh Ward." will
be received by tne undersigned at tneoiiice, south
east corner of SIXTH and A DELPHI Streets, until
THURSDAY, March 23, 1871, at 12 o'clock AL,
lor building a i uunu bciiuohidhbb uu a 101 or
ground situate on the corner of Thirty-eighth and
Spruce streets, in the Twenty-seventh ward.
bald scnooi-liouse to oe ouiu in accoruauce wmi
the plans of L 11. Ester, Superintendent of Scnool
Buildings, to be seen at the oillce of the Board of
No bids will bo considered unless accompanied by
a certificate from the City Solicitor that the provi
sions of an ordinance approved May 25, 1300, have
been complleo wltlu
The contract will be awarded only to known mas
ter builders. m
By order of the Committee on Property.
' 11. W. HALLIWELL
.311 1018 23 Secretary.
DEPUTY QUARTERMASTER - GENERAL'S
Philadelphia, March 16, 1971.
SEALED PROPOSALS will bo received at this
office (where proper forms will be furnished) until 12
o'clock M. on FRIDAY, April 21, 1S71, far the de
livery at the Schuylkill Arsenal, Philadelphia, of
fcb9 pairs Boots (GCO pairs to be cable screwed).
KiOO yards Crimson Worsted Lace, l)tf Inch.
All to be of army standard, samples of which can
le seen at this office.
STEWART VAN YLIET,
3 21 6t Brevet Major-Uenerul, I. S. A.
TllAlSKFORD ARSENAL, OFFICE A. C. S.
March is, lsil.
FEALED PROPOSALS la dnpllcute will be re
ceived at this oillce until 12 M., April 15, 1S71, for
furnishing the fresh beef required by the Subsist
ence Department, U. S. A., at this station daring
the two months commencing May 1, 1ST1. Informa
tion as to conditions, quality of beef, payments, etc.,
can be obtained by application to
8 is First Lieut. Ord., A. C. 8.
SEALED PROPOSALS. ENDORSED "PROPO
sals for Supplying Furniture to the Public
Schools," will bo received by the undersigned, cor
Ler SIXTH sud A DELPHI Streets, until THURS
DAY, March 23, ls71, al li o'clock, for supplying
furniture to the schools of this district.
Bv order Committee on I2PAIiLIWELLt
8 20 3t Secretary.
TAHIOW & BlcMAIIOIf.
iairrim aud coxvissiox merchaxtu.
No. 8 COUNTIES SUP. New York,
No. 18 bOli'H WHARVES, Philadelphia.
Mo. m W. Pit ATT bTREET. B-iltlmora.
We we prepared to Bhlp evory description oi
Freight to PhUadclphia, New York, WliiulLgtuu, an
lutennedlaU points with prouiptU'V.a sud .innpat. -a.
C&ual Boats and titeam-tvs? f jrn'.aCert at ttta slwrtont
C'ToTTON-MlDDLlNG FAIR AND MIDDLING
'Unlfs, Alabama and I'p'.ands, samples, clean
stain, etc., for sale by
WILLIAM M. OREINKR,
j 20 2m NO. 109 CHESNUT Street
M THOMAS St SONS, AUCTIONEERS, O
13 and 141 s. FOURTH Street.
Extensive Pale at me Auction Roon S.
SI PERIOR HOl hKIlol.D ri MNI U HE, PIANO.
Mirrors, Fireproof 8re, Rlltlard Table, Fea'.oer
Beds, Hair Mattrewg. t hlnn, Glassware, Stores,
Nelvet, Brussels, Ingrain and Venetian Carp its,
On Thursday Morning,
Msr h 23d, at 9 o'clock, a-ont ihio lots snperiir
honothold lurniture, comprising a general auari
ment. Also, a large American flag.
Also, superior carom billiard tVli, marble bj,
Tnmi by phelan, with bails, cuei and counters. S.le
tLEOANT MANTEL AND PIEH MIRRORS.
On Thursday Morning,
March 83d, at the auction rooms, of v large mantel
and pier mirrors in elegant gilt and walnut frames.
Now open for examination. 8 21 t
BY HENRY W. fcm. SCOTT, JK., AUCTION
EERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
(temporarily) No. 911 CHESNUt Street, under the
SALES ON PREMIdESrecelva prompt aal per.
rpilOMAS BIRCH A SON. AUCTIONEERS AND
1 COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 1110 Chee
NUT Strpet: rear entrance No. 117 Sansom st.rt.
riiMTiK(j nnni!nvna a. i t . r-.v- T. w tr
I J Noo. 232 and 234 MAREET street, corner of
Bank street. Successors to John B. Myers A Co.
LARGE SALE OF BRITISH.. FRENCn. GERMAN,
AIM! JKIIV1KMTHJ I'K. tfttULKJ.
On Thursday Morning,
March 23, at 10 o'clock, on 4 mown- credit. 3 20 3t
Also a lsrpe, special, and attractive offering of
HOISEKEEFINO LINEN GOODS, WHITE
embracing table damask, In brown, ha f and full
bleached ; Barnsley damasks, about twenty-five dif
ferent patterns; 4-4 Irrnh shirting linens; a full line
of towels, superior goods, for finest city trade; white
goods, consisting of complete lines of tape checks,
nainsook checks, Jaconet cambrics, plain ami
llgured Victoi la lawns, bishop la wn. wiss mulls;
also, a full line of 10-4 to 12 4 Marseilles toilet
quilts. 8 21 2t
SAI.E OF CARPET! NO S, OIL CLOTnS, R00 ROLLS
WHITE AND RED CHECK CANTON MAT
on Friday Mornin,
March 24, at 11 o'clock, on four months
credit. 8 14 5t
150 PIECES FLOOK OIL CLOTB.
4-4, r 4, c-4, and 8-4 extra heavy goods, well
printed. 8 si 3t
LARGE SALE OF FHBNOH AND OTHER EURO
PEAN D15Y QOODS,
On Monday Mbrning,
March 27, at lo o'clock, on four months' credit. In
cluding a large special sale of French dress goods,
In Koubalx and ate. Mario fabrics, by order of
Messrs. Henry Baibey ii. Co. The lirst aud only
sale of these goods at auction. 3 21 5t
SALE OF 2C0O CASES110OTS. SHOES, TRAVEL.
LINO BAGS, HATS, ETC.
ln Tuesday Mornlmr.
March 23, at 10 o clk.ou four mouths' credit. 3 22 5t
IY BARR1TT A CO., AUCTIONEERS
CASH AUCTION HOUHE,
No. 230 MARKET Street, corner ot Bank street.
Cash advanced on consignments without extra
Charge. 11 24
L1PP1NCOTT. t;ON & CO., AUCTIONEERS.
Nos. 221 M AL KET ind 210 CHUKC'H Street.
Y MAG ILL, PARREL
No. 319 MARKET Street.
On Fridav Mornlog,
March 4, we will sell by catalogue, on Ihrea
months' credit, I0d0 cases BOOTd, Siioaa, BRO
CANS, BALMORALS. Cougress (lalturs. English
and Oxford Ties, nippers, etc., Including a large
assortment cf ladles', misses', and children's kid,
gcat, morocco and serge work of city and Eastern
N. B. Catalogues ready and gaods open for In
rpection early on morning of sale. 3 21 8t
BY HENRY MOLTEN U CO..
Salesroom, Nos e' and 23 MERGE It Street,
REGULAR TRADE SALS
FUR AND WOOL nATS,
LADIES' AND OKNl'SKEAUV-MADE FUR3.
STRAW, FKLT, AND VELVET GOOES,
Every TH I lib DA Y during tiia season.
Cash advunces mala
CONCERT n ALL AUCTION ROOMS, No. 1911
T. A. McCIJiLLAND, AUCTIONEER.
Personal Attention irlven tn n,ilr nt hnnuiiiiiiH
Blture at dwellings.
public snies or rnrnitare at tae Auction Rooms
No. 1219 Ciieaaat street, every Monday and Tharv
N. B A superior eiass of furniture at private Ml
IN THE ORPHANS' COURT FOR THE CITY
AND COUNTY OF PB1LADEI.PIIIA.
Estate of HORACE B1NNEY, Jr , Esq
The Audit jr appointed by the Court to audit, settle,
and adjust the account of WILLIAM J.
BINNEY, acting executor of HORACE BINNEY,
Jr., Esq., deceased, and to report distribution of the
balance In the bauds of the accountant, will
meet the parties interested for the purpose of his ap
pointment on THURSDAY, March 23d, 1S71, at
12 o'clock M at his office, No. 131 South FIFTH
Street, In the city of Philadelphia.
GEOROE M. CONARROE,
8 9fmw5t Auditor.
DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S OFFICE,
Philadelphia, Feb. ts( 1871.
All keeper of hotels, taverns, restaurants, and
others selling liquor bv Wm measure than one quart
are hereby noUUed that if they refuse or neglect to
make application for license, and procure the same,
within the time prescribed by law, and whoconilnue
to sell, will bu promptly proceeded against, as re
quired by the provisions of the act of Assembly.
CITY COMMISSIONERS' OFFICE,)
No. 212 S. Fifth Stkset, V
Philadelphia, Fe1. 85, 147LJ
The act of Assembly approved April 20,1868, re
quires that all keepirs of hotels, taverns, restau
rants, and o'mrs scinug liquor by less measure than
one quart, s'lall make application at this ofllce for
lfense in thi month of March ouly. The law la
this respect will be strictly enforced.
THOMAS M. LOCKE,
rLD OAKS eESETERY
This Company is prepared to sell lou, .ear of all
encumbrances, on reasonable term. Purchasers caj
ee plans at the offlce of the Company,
NO. 813 WALNUT STREET,
Or at the Cemetery, where all Information needs
will be cheerfully given.
By giving notice at the offlce, carriages will meet
persona desirous of purchasing lots at Tioga Station
on the Germantown Railroad, and convey them to
the Cemetery and return, free of charga.
ALFRED C. HARMER, President.
MARTIN LANDENBKROKR, Treaa.
MICHAEL NISBET, Sec'y. 10 6wfmra
HOI-D BY AU DEALER IN
j. H. WEEKS & CO., Manufacturer!,
8 tfNo I'JI N. FOritriiHr J!,Hl,Plai
Corn Exchange BaTHanufactonf.
JOHN T. BAILEY,
K. IL Cor. WATER an MARKET BU.
ROPE AND TWINE, BAGS And BAOGINQ, fO
Grain, Flour, bit. buptr-Phosiiu'.e d LUna,
Lanwand imi'-l GTJNNY BAQ3 COM'Aat Oa
Ko, 10 CHUUta H'jruet (C'.lj bwru: