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TJ 113 DAILY EVENING TELEGRAril 111ILADELPI1IA, THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 1871.
E. M. Staler, a collector, is now nndcr
toco's for trial for purchasing billa which ho
Vrfis sent to co.lect.
Tbe men rirrcptoc! fit tho Barclay Rtrcot
den wero lit fore Al-Jeruinn Kerr viterdny.
TLey were nil, with one exception, hold ia bail
to keep tbo renoo. C. 11. Thajk'ira, ali.vj
"Bunk," was l.ekl for a further hearing for
robbing Judge "Woodward.
The thenrioiue'.ur at 3 P. SI. yestorday
Tho Women's Foreign Missionary Fo
cioty ba3 $11, K2 in tho troanry, and i t there
fote in a flourishing condition. It has .17
auxiliaries and 23 mission banda among chil
dren. Yesterday nfternoon tho Athlotica boat a
picked nine by a fc--u'q of " to 10.
At two o'clock yesterday af ternoou . tho
BoLnet Carro crovasso was eleven "huudrod
Tho Slar-isnrnnnoits Lrgislairo hai jnst
passed a bill authorizing railway omployos to
act as police ol'iucrs.
The Secretary tf War left Washington
yesterday noon for Ciaciunati,and will remain
there for several dayn.
A writ of appeal ia thn caio of Lawrcnco
Snllivan, undor sentence of death in New
York city, Ltm just been granted.
The ceremony of decorating with fljwerg
the graves of the Confederate soldiers was
yesterday performed Pi Augusta, Ga.
The small-pox, which bus prevailed to an
alarming extent in some parts of New York
city, is thought to be effectually checked.
Colonel Thonini II. lldgar has beGn de
tailed to succeed Colonel Thomas G. Bitchor,
on the 1st of next Heptombor, as Superinten
dent of the Went Point Military Academy.
The fifty-totond anniversary of the esta
blishment of the Independent Order of Odd
Fellows, in tLis country, was yest3rday ap
propriately celebrated by members of the
order in several cities of tho Union.
The argument for the prosecution in the
Fair-Critlenden trial, at bun Francisco, closed
yesterday afternoon, and tho jury were then
charged. After remaining out forty minutes
they came into court and returned a verdict
that Laura Fair was guilty of murder ia tho
first degree, she having wilfully and mali
ciously taken the life of A. P. Crittondon.
Tho National Executive Committee, ap
pointed by the second National Convention
Leld at Cincinnati, October, 1S70, to promote
find hasten th removal of the national capi
tal from Washington to some proper placo in
the valley of tho Mississippi, announces that
it has been determined not to call another
convention of the friends of the capital re
moval until next year.
Lcuis Blanc haB published a long letter
against the Commwne.
Admiral Bothuan has decided to disarm
fifty-four French men-of-war.
Minister l'icard repudiates all Govern
mental intc-iference in the municipal elections
which are to take place throughout Franca on
the oOlh inst.
Tho Minister of Justice has r.nnounced
in the Italian Chamber of Deputies the ap
proaching introduction of a bill for tho sepa
ration of Church and State.
Germany has thirty-two humorous papers.
Dr. Wulkiujjpest iaa Cincinnati physician.
Selroa, Ala., ia gain? to build an ice factory.
Boston produces i'J.llOO.OOO worth of pianos
'1 be cholera U racing in all the ports of tho
It costs live dollars to play base-ball in the
etreets of Chicago.
Europe fh-""3 100,000,000 a year for edu
cation, science, and art.
Baby-juuipcrs are adv;rtised as "spring
Tippoo Saib, the huge elephant.belonglng to
Van Auiburgn cc co. s menagerie, aiea at oa
norsville, lnd., of heart disease, on tho 7th hist.
An apothecary sent in a bill to a widow
which iau thus: "To curlDg your husband till
Britrbam Young has ordered daily prayers
by the Utah clergy against tho grasshoppers this
The electric telegraph has reached Vardoe,
a little town in the northeastern extremity of
Norway, probably the northernmost town on
AmoDC tbe recent discoveries are a lemon
ade spring in Texas, several soda water lakes in
Colorado, and a mine of scented soap somewhere
Amone th "gifts" offered by one of the
"enterprises" lu Chicago are a flouring mill, a
eteam-uig, aud sundry uorinan ana Ecanuina
A citizen of Beading, Pa., is said to have
mourned tbe death of thirty-six of his children,
lie is now 55 years of age, has had three wives,
and hag lour children living.
jopeth 11 Campion late Moore A Campion),
WILLIAM SMITH, RICHARD R. CAilMON.
SMITH & CAMPION,
PISE FURNITURE, UPHOLSTERINOS, AND IN
TERiOR HOUSE DECORATIONS,
No. 2i9 SOUTH THIRD Street.
Manufactory, Noa. 216 and Sll LEVANT Street,
pABLOW'S INDIGO BLUE IS THE CHEAPEST
Xj ana best article in mo market ior
BM KINO Cl.OfUES.
It does not contain any aclil.
Jt will not Injure the unest fabric.
It la put up at w.
li.rnr.in.i'.irn if klc niuuui
No. MA N. SECOND Street, Philadelphia,
And for sale by most of the Grocers aud Druggists.
The genuine ban both BARLOW'S anl WILT
BEROEK s name on the label ; all others are COUN
TERFEIT. HAltEOW'S Bl.UB
will color more water ttian four times the san
weight of indigo. 8 23 tuthsttm
g2 COPYING PEESSE3.
Jnst received, a Large Assort
ratnt of the Latest Stylos
WM. M. CHRISTY,
Btatloner and Printer,
No. 127 S. THIRD Street,
Opposite Glrard BanS.
O A V E K Y ' S
WATER-COOLER AND REFRIGERATOR
Has proved itself to be superior to an; in tbe
market. Call and examine.
JACOB F. HAND, Jr.,
4sthBta8m Depot, No. t'20 MA.RKET Street.
EDWARD PONTI & CO.,
IMPORTERS OF FOREIGN PRODUCE,
Wines, Olio, Fruits, Clgaro,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
No. OOl r Street,
Edward fonti. 32751 james w. Hivuvs.
A LKXANDBR B. CATTBLL A CO.,
r m. riVUiUvA v s a" -J a a oi unvUAM A mm
Ho. 16 WORTH WUARVJU
PO. T PORTH WATKR STREET,
Htf.A ntCI.HI A.
ALtzurrii Q. CAnai BWAS CATTII.
TAIIMET Olf TU12 CONDI L'iUN
Xifo Insurance Company,
OF HARTFORD, CONN.,
Cn tc Cist of Decrmlpr, 1S70, ai male to to A.i U-
lor-ucaerai a rerartuieui.
.prantre rppital pock flnn,n00-en
Amount or ascssinciiH o lutainicnM
ou stock p.iid in cash lO.ooo-O!"
1 Me vslun a-) r.p.nrly aa may V 3 of the
lie;il Itiilc held bv tho coiiiy iny ....
Cash on hand ) .1,.;J.i
( ab.i In l ai'Ks. Fpccifvinr; Iho Danks..) '-u,-
Cash In hnnds of ngr iits la course of
ti fiUFrnisloti 4j7,016m3
.K( imtof L(dOH secured by bonds and
moHgiwes, ciMKtli.itii:u Uie Urst beu
on Hi al LkI -i'i-, m wlilcu tlitro U less
1 1 1 mi one year's intonst duo and
Aiii'iiiiit lit Leans cn wblc?i Interest has
rii Uen pi I wUldn on. year ....
.tiioui't, 'd Moi-xa (iv!'' i bv the oomniTiy, snocify-
U l! il:c nuiiiiicr of sli.irc.i naJ their par aud market
.tfhn.Ct attrroak N it. KU, llartrord,vnn.f2i,nnn-0!)
.tllA " " " " .
UQ " iVeiv.irjtlie " " " " ..
4i (l " Aliicr.c:i:i " " " " ..
70 " Fiirniers' A Tcchaclcs " " ..
2 0 " I'lui nix " " " " " .,
ii'O " First ' " Maslllon, Ohio
2.-.0 " Toielo " " Til"do. "
1! 9 " Ilnrtfiird Ciry Oa Llgl-.t C )
3s couj. bils. lt y dtruas iAiim co..
8 " Indiana i'ulral K. H.C...
10 " toudiera Minnesota U.K. Co.
50 " Teiiiu-ssee .State
U. 8. RPBlstered Lorils
Amoiilit of stocls held by the rompaDV
as collateral security for loauf, with
the amount loj-ied on each kind of
stock. Its pur and market value
102 sb. Uity 2s 1 Uauk, Chicago,
111 1 10,659 00
Amount carried forward
Interest on Investments du and unpaid.
Accrued iiilertt net vet due
Other available iii'.cel!r.ncoui assets,
specifying their character and value..
Deferred premiums ."
Kotrs secured by real estate and en
dorsements Biil receivable araRv secured
Furniture in Home and 2:aach O races. .
Gross present assets.
Amount of losses during the year, ad
justed but not due 8117,930-00
Amount of losses reported to the Com
pany but not acted up:m
Amount of losses rctlbted by the Com
Amount of dividends due and unpaid. ... ....
Amount of money borrowed, and the
nature and amount of th security given ....
Amount of all other claims against tho
Company, contested or otherwise) ....
Amount required to safely reinsure all
outstanding ritks 4,211,614-34
Amount of cash premiums received 11,732.324-62
Amount of premiums not paid in cash
durlug the year, stating the character
of men premiums :
minium notes 7S3.G01-73
Amount of premiums earned. ....
Interest received from Investments U3.247-23
Income from nil other sources, speclfy-
lne what sources
Interest on notes taken for premiums
Gross income for year 1S70.
Amount of losses paid during the year.. g500,4G5-n
Amount paid and owing for reinsurance
Amocnt of return premiums, whether
paid or unpaid ....
Amount of dividends declared during
Amount of dividends paid 499,71111
Amount of expeiiHeB paid during tho
year, Including coiuiuis.-'ions and fees
paid to agents aud officers of the
Amount of losses duo and uuviid
Amount of taxes paid by the Company.. 37,331-67
Amount of all other expenses and ex
penditures 03,554 07
Amount of promissory notes originally
forming the capital of the Company. . . 64,000-00
Amount of said notes held y the Com
pany as part of or the whole of the
capital thereof Si.OCOOO
Tar and market value of the Company's
stock per 6hare, par value co 00
Taid for interests of Agents ia Renewal
Taid for Medical Examination 23.5S0-7S
" Surrendered Policies 27,833'4iJ
" .jpnicers' and Employes' salaries 27,600-60
Gross expenditures for year 1870 $1,67,914-80
ED BON FERSENDEN, President.
JAMES F. BURNS, Secretary.
No. 430 WALNUT Street. 4 25tnths6t
WATCHES, JEWELRY. ETO.
GOLD HED&L &EQULA.T0IIS.
a. w. iii;8snL.iL.,
No. 22 NOKTII SIXTH STREET,
Begs to call the attention of the trade and customers
to tie annexed letter:
"I take pleasure to announce that I nave glf en to
Mr. G. W. RUSSELL, of Pmladf lphla, the exclusive
gale of all goods of my manufacture. He will bo
able to sell them at the very lowest prices.
"First Manufacturer of Regulators,
"The Changed Cross,
oiTered to the public.
size 22S.S5, Uie finest ever
"Mary and St. John," Blze 2x23, a most sublime
f'The Beanlifal Snow," slzo 1GX22, a very Imprea-
"The Holy Family," slzo 22x29, a real gem.
"Delhi, Del. Co., St. Y.," slzo 22x29, a beautiful an-
Published and sold, wholesale and retail, by
J. HOOVER, No. 804 MARKET Street,
8 lPsmw3m Philadelphia, second floor.
CLOTHS, OASSIMERES, ETO.
Q L O T H H O U d B.
J A f.1 E C & K U 3 2 R,
Ho, 11 north 8i:CO!XI Btvttti
Sign of the Cioldea iJimb,
Ara w receiving a large and Bpleadld aosortmen
of now styles of
Aa3 etanaard makes of doeskins, CLOTHS an
COATINGS, 8 89 mWl
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
HUMAN HAIR EMPOUIU3I
No. 7 S. TENTH Street.
Having opened a new and splendid store fir the
accommodation of the ladltja who desire tine HAIR
VORK, the best talent that cau be procured U em
nloved in this line of business, who have had twelve
yearn cajuiicui.v iu iiiutv.un MDinmuj, iu.iui(
up all the various designs of 11 AIR FROM COM.ll.
1NGS, which some have the presumption to claim as
The ability of MISS WEEKS In HAIR PRESSING.
is acknowledged ny ar ums iu ine ousiuesi n siaua
..... t .,..... j. . ti ut ir l- ir tr u
I L S O N S
CAU PET CLEANING
1 1 sm no. e:i Soutli SEVENTEENTH Street.
CITY AND COUNTY OF riIIL..DEt.iM I V.
The comriiouwealtli of Pcnaiylvaili Ij t!is
tShfiHI of Philadelphia County, grecthiir:
W e cfT'tiiiind vmi, ns brfoie we did, that you srni
mon JOHN WaRNEK, late of your county, thtt
he be and appear before our Jndees at l'iiiitdlphia,
at cur ( (iurt of t'oimnon Pli-as fur the city aud
county of Philadelphia, to be holden at Philadelphia,
in and for the said rly and county cf Phlla l-'lphla,
trie liist ide nday ol Mav next, tlu-re to ainver
JInry Ann Wi tin 'rill, a dovinc uc.iUr tie last will
and tesiam nt uf Ana Wethci lil, dt-.-r ii'-d, win ia
her lifcuii.e was one of ILo iieli-at-la.v of Christo
pher Wctiit rill, d-rcBscd, and also as'?n-e of Ka
ttioi Wi-tPrrlll. VMiliaui M. l'owell. ai if Anna, his
wile, Elizabeth Monrtait, Ja.'0l S. ltoberts, and
nh, his wife, J(.sf;ph W. Piiived, nud IjOiihi. his
wife, und (jtlicri", f a plt-a of brcich of covenant
Mir ground ti r:t.(ic d, dated the 9;hd.iyof May,
1M2, Biid rccor.lr.l iu lee l bink .1. C, No. 21,
page S7. And have von tlu-n and there th's writ.
(.- "Witness the lloaoraMe .lOSKI'il ALLt
i.8. .' StN, lmtor of Lm s. 1'u-Bldeur c-f our siid
( Ccnrt nt riil'udi-ipnhi, the l'Jfh d.iy of April,
lntheyiarol onr Lord one tUoiisnn I eiaht hundred
and st vcn'j.oiie. R. Oo.AUAN',
4 is ir.Mt I'rothouoiary.
f'lTY AND OUNIY OF PluTAnELP IiTaT SS.
V. 'i he C(.-uruitiwealVu of IYutisvlv.tnia to tho
bli rill' or Philadelphia (. niinty, f rc tniB :
c eoMii'imd vf.ii, ns b rim- we did, that you sum
mon Clll:lbTLN NORT1NE, late r voar cu.iutv,
so thai he t ; and appear berort! our Judges at I'm
lai'tliih'a, fit oar Co.irt of Conimnn I 'leas' for the city
Mid county cf Philadelphia, in and lor the said city
and couii'v of l'h'.ladi-iphta, the ilrst Monday of Piv
r e-t, there to answer J. Dickinson Sereant and .)'.
Nf.rris Emit n. trusifes of the Srpvlva estate, and
Fliflbcth N. Brown, William R. Iirown, (icorgc 1).
cok man and Ocbble 15. his wife, in rn-rrRlit, Mary
II. liiown. Kamuel Clover and Kmily II. his wife, l;i
her light, and lanny Brown, of a plea of breaca of
covenart f-nr grourid rent deed dated '2:'th day of
M-pKuui t r, l-ev, and recorded in deed biox J. A.
II., No. V.9, page 13J, etc. And have you then aud
there this writ.
Witness tho DonoraMe JOSEPH ALLT-
I., w. Kf IN 1 liictiir fit T.n-vvy l-rt.cililr.iif rif rmr cuid
i fourt at Philadelphia, the twelfth day of
April, In the year of oar Lord one thousand eight
nuiicreu and seveniy-one.
CITY AND COUNTY OF nilOADELriHA, SS.
The Commonwealth of PenntylvauU to the
bhetlii of i'hlladelnnla Comity, greeting:
W'd ceiainatid you, as lief ri! wo did, that you
summon Ciutisi i a?) WORTINE, late of yoar
coindy, so thst he be and appear before our Juda!s
at-Philadelphia, nt our Court of Common P'cas for
the City aud County of Philadelphia, to be holden
at, j nuadeipnia, in and ior the said atv and county
of Philadelphia, the Urst Monday of May nest, there
to answer .i. lmckiiisou nergeant and j. iN-jrris im
len, trustees of the Hepvlva Estate, and Elizabeth N.
Brown, lll'ain R. Brown, Ocorge D colemaa and
Debbie B. his wife, ia her right, Marv II. Drown.
Samuel Glover and Eraliy his wife, In her right, and
i-tinnv isrown, ot a plea of oreacii of covemnt sur
ground-rtnt deed, dated 2(Hh day of March, VM,
ar,(t recorded in deed book j. A. 11., No. 90, page
l-ii, etc. iui nave jou i.uen anu mere mis writ.
,,-a Wltnpss the Honorable JOhEPH ALLI-
( l. s. SON, Doctfir of Laws, president of our si.id
i Court at Philadelphia, the twelfth day of
April, in tho year of our Lord one thousaud eight
nuuureu una seventy-one.
R. DON AG AN,
4 IS tuf4t 1'rothonotary.
CITY AND COUNTY OF PIIILADKLPIilA, SS.
The Commonweu.tu of Penusylvaula to the
bherlil or I'htiadelrhfa County, creeuntr:
We command you, as before we did, that you sum
mon vt liLiAun utAimuKU, late of your county,
so tnat ne ne and appear beiore our judzes at i'titu-
delphla, at our Court of Common Plea for tie City
and County of Philadelphia, to bo holden at Phila
delphia, in acd for the said city and county of PnlH
d'lphla, the first Monday of May nest, there to
answer Maggie R. Sherk, widow, and Frederick
Cutekunst, puarrilan of Bessie and Henry li. Shcrk,
minor ennoren or i. iienry MierK, itecea?ed, or a
pica of breach of covenant sur ground rent deed,
aiuea t enruary is, iby, ana recorded in iiee 1 uoos
t. u jno. koe, page 5ia, etc. And nave you then
ana were this writ.
Witness the nonorablo JOSEPH ALLI-
l. s. hON. Doctor of Laws. President of our said
Court at Philadelphia, the 13th dav of Anrll.
in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred
aDd seventy-one. R. DONAQAN,
4 is tuiJt l'rotuouotary.
CITY AND COUNTY OF PHILADELPHIA, 83.
The Commonwealth of Peruisvlvanla to tno
Sherui of Philadelphia County, greeting:
We conmiano yon. oa i.eiuru wa nm, Uiat you
Bummon j am es JicT-m n r.Tor MCKiMijiii, late
of your county, so that he be ami appear before our
Judges at Philadelphia, at our Court of Common
Pitas for the city and county of Philadelphia, to be
hoiden at Philatieiphia, in aud for the sai.l city and
county 01 l'lii aoeiptua, ine urst .Monday or fliny
nexr, mere 10 answer ooau u. iaies ami tnzaj.
his wife, and Mary 11. Stewart, the said Eliza J.
Dales being the widow and the said Mary 11. the
only child and heir at law of Joseph Fleming, of a
plea oi breach oi covenant. And nave you then
and there th's writ.
Witness the Honorable JOSEPH ALLI-
., s. SON, Doctor of Laws, President of our said
v' Court at Philadelphia, the 15tl day of ADril.
in the year of onr Lord one thousaud eight hundred
it. ! O.llAUA,
4 16tuf4i Brothonotary.
CITY AND COUNTY OP PHILADELPHIA, SS.
The Commonwealth of Penusylvaula to the
Sheriu of Philadelphia county, greeting:
We command you, as before. we did, thatyou sum
mon 1-A1A11 ti. MKA'1TU, AVti.MJtK .Ml.NliS,
SAMUEL R. WELLS, and HENRY SUOOKIiult,
laie of your county, so that they be and appear
before our Judges at Philadelphia, at our District
Court for the city auu county oi rruiadeiptua, to be
holden at I'hiiadeipnia, in and for sal t city and
county of Philadelphia, the Urst Monday of May
next, there to answer Ell wood Allen o' a plea of
oreacn oi covenant aur grounu reat ut-eu, uatea
May 16. 1S4S. recorded in deed nook U. W. C. No.
73, page 80T, etc. And have you then and tiiero this
Witness the Honorable J. I. CLARK
l. s. HAKE, President of our said Court, at Ph.-
v' ladelphla. the eighteenth day of April, in the
year or our Lord one thousand eight hundred and
is. u... t Ltiuntu,
4 19 2aw4t l'ro Prothonotary.
fMTY AND COUNTY OF PHILADELPHIA, S3.
vy The commonweaitn oi rennsyivauu to ine
Sherlifof Phlladelihia connty, greeting:
We command yon, as before we did, that you sum
mon EDWARD RYAN, late of your ceunty, si that
lie be and appear before our Judges at Philadelphia,
at onr Dlbtrlct Court for the City and couuty of
Philadelphia, to be hoiden at Philadelphia, 1Q ana ror
said City and County of Philadelphia, the first
Monday cf May next, there to answer a. Blight
Brown, Ass'gnee of Peter A.Hrown.by deed dated l'JCU
aian-n, io, recorded tn April, l'sss, in deed book k.
D. W., No. 20, page 39. of a pie of breach of cove-
pant sur ground rent deed made 21 Jauuary, 1S53,
and recorded 2otli May, 1SGB, lu deed book L. R. 15..
No. 87, page 2it5, eto. And have you then and there
witness tne uonorame j. i. clakk uauk,
i l. s. 1 resident of our said Court, at Philadelphia.
lvJ the fourth day of April, in the year of our
Lord one thouEand eight nuudrei and seventy-one.
SAMUEL P. WELSH,
4 19 2aw 4t l'ro 1'rothonotary.
CITY AND COUNTY OF PHILADELPHIA, S3
The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania to the
Sheriifof Philadelphia Couuty, greeting:
We command you, as before we did, that yon sum
mon GEORGE r. STK1NMET., late of your couuty,
so that he be and appear before our Judges at rnna
delphta, at our District Court for the Cltv and;County
of Philadelphia, to be holden at Philadelphia, la and
for said city and county of Philadelphia, the first
Monday of May next, there to answer Emily B. Tay
lor, Assignor of George Mespe, Esq., Higti Sheriff
of city and county of Philadelphia, of a plea of
breach of covenant sur ground rent deed, dated
April IS, 17, recorded 29th April, 1W7, in deed book
R. D. W.t No. 125, page 877, etc. AHd have you then
and mere uus writ.
Witness the Honorable J. I. CLARK
II. b. HAKE, President of our said court, at Phlla-
t delphia, the ISth day of April, iu the year of
our Lord one thousand tight hundred and seveaty-
one. 1 ri- icur-it,
4 10 2aw4t Pro Prothonotary.
-MTY AND COUNTY OF PHILADELPHIA, S3.
The common weaiin oj i euiiMyivauia w ine
Bfcerlrf of Philadelphia county, greeting :
We command you, as before we did, that yon sum
mon JOHN FELL, late of your county, so that hu be
aud appear before our Judges at Philadelphia, at
onr District Court for the City and Cointy of Phila
delphia, to be holden at Philadelphia, iu and for the
said eitv and couuty of Philadelphia, the Urst Mon
day of May next, there to answer Gregory A. Cour
sui'iit of a plea of breach of covenant sur ground-rent
deed, dated January 21, A. D. lorl, recorded in deed
book T. 1L, No. 1&2, page 86, etc. And have you
then aud there this writ.
Witness the Honorable J. I. CL.RK
l. 8.V HAKE, President of our said Court at Puda
delubia, the eighteenth day of April, iu the
year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and
B. E. FLETCHER,
llZawlt pro Proihououry.
CMTY AND COUNTY OF PHILADELPHIA, SS.
J The Common wealth of PeLnsvlvania to th2
thrrlil of Philatieiphia County, greeting:
v e roinmnud yon. as oeroro we did, inn you stim
li'Oii WILLIAM JAl lUN, lato of your c-vinty, so
that he be and e.ppesr in-fore our.Tuiigesat Philadel
phia, nt our Comt of Common Pleas for tha city nnd
K.unty of I'liilnlc:phla, la and for Uie said city an I
county of Philadelphia, the lirst Monday of May
nt xt, there tj answer the Pennsylvania Compiny
fr r Insurance on Lives nn 1 (!nn:ia Ann-uttes,
tnisicesof the estate of JoPt ph Birl and Lrnl'v,
uinicr Yf last win efCh.ii lea Lird, deceased, in plac;
of John It. Neil, deceased, nisipmn ('f Wtlll.ni P.
Nci"', i t al., Ciinrlrs Nir, et nl., nnd to'n R. Noir.et
a'., di vires ol a plt-a of breaeh of covmar.f.snr ground
i gut !'((; lvcd to William .lard la. In foe, reserving
then out a ground rent of t! no m-r an. lawful sliver
money of I . s. a., each dolinr weighing lld'.vfs. and
C prs , M.d recorded In Deed Book G. W. C, Na. 7fi,
1 ape etc. And have you then and there this
( V, !tne5 the Honorable JSEPII ALLT
i i.. s. KON, IK ctor of Law, President of our bm
' (airt at Phlladeinlil.i. tho 15! li dav of Aurtlr
In the year of oar Lord uuo tli jusia I eight huulred
una sevemj-f ne.
. ll'JiN !1AIN,
r Y AN I) COUNTY OF I'll I LADF.LPII I A. S3.
The (,'otnmonwealth of Penusvlvanu to tho
blietitr of Philadelphia coiinfv, greetir.g:
AVe comma-id V3;i, ns before we did, Tint you
summon JOHN 0. HAWKINS, who was sued with
l i ter A. Dli.klr.Hon, late of your ciunty, so Hint he
be find pppear before our J adges at Philadelphia,
nt our District Court for the city and couutvof
Philadelphia, to be Itohien at Philadelphia, lu and
tor said city nnd county or l'hliadeipina, tne urst
Monday of May next, there t,o answer William
Wt ml.iinan of a plea of breach of covennnt fnr
ground rent, deed cxecnteil July 16, lSt'.4, by William
eigmmaii and Louisa, his wire, to John c. naw
kins ami Peter A. Dickinson, their heirs and as'.gns,
f r all that certain lot of ground situate on the
north side of Ridge avenue S42 feet 4 inches north
west from Master street, lu the Twentieth ward of
the city of Bhlladelphla, recorded In the oillco for
rficrdii'R deeds, etc., for said city and couuty of
Philadelphia, In deed book L. It. B., No. 3.1, page
rir, on the 20th day of August, 1SG1. And have you
men ami mere mis writ.
,a, witness the Honorable ,T. I. CLIRIv
i,.s, HARK, President of our said Court at Phlla
'' delphla, the fonith day of April,
in the year of onr Lord one thousand eight hun
dred and seventy-one. B. R. FLETCUEH,
4 iv vaw 41 i ro rromouoiary.
STEAM DIRECT TO AND FROM NEW YORK,
Tho magnificent Ocean Steamships of this linn.
sailing regularly every SATURDAY, are among tne
lareest in th world, aud famous for the degree of
safety, comfort, nnd speed attained.
76 and gcs. First class Excursion Tickets, giol for
twelve nonths, $130. Early application must be
made in order to seenre a choice of state-rooms.
STEER AO E RATES, CURRENCY,
Outward, Jto. Prepaid, 32. Tickets to and from
Ixndonotrry and uiasgow at tne same low rates.
Ptisans visiting the old country, or sending for their
friends should remember that these steerage rates
are ti cheaper than several othsr lines.
Bank drafts issued ror any amount, at lowest rates,
payable on demand In all parts of England, H eland,
Scotland, Wales, and the Continent of Europe.
Apply to WAl.LKK & CO., Agent,
KoL 204 KM LSUT SU, just above Second.
ItORiLLARD STEAMSHIP COMPAKY
BAIL1NO ICESDAY8, THURSDAYS, AND SAT
URDAYS AT NOON.
INSURANCE ONE-EIGHTH OF ONE PER CENT.
No bill of lading or receipt signed for less than
fl.'ty cents, and no lnsuranco cifectod for less than
one dollar premium.
For furtlier particulars and rates apply at Com
pany s ofticc, pier S3 East river, New York, or to
JOHN F. OIIL,
PIER 19 NORTH WHARVES.
N. . Extra rates on small packages iron, motala
O It SAVANNAH, (IBOBOIA
AND THE SOUTH AND &OUTUWK3T.
GREAT SOUTHERN FREIGHT AND PASSEN.
UK It LINK.
CENTRAL RAILROAD OF OEOROIA AND AT-
LiNTRI A IN UULF liAILKUAD.
FOUR STE-ULEliS A WEEli.
SAN SALVADOR. Captain Nickerson. from Pier
No. S North River.
WM. it. uakkison, Agent,
No. 6 Bowiicg Green.
MONTGOMERY. Captain Falrcloth, from Pier No.
13 North IUver.
R. low den. Agent,
No. 93 W est street.
LEO, Captain Dearborn, from Pier No. ia East
Murray, ferhis & uo., Agents,
Nos. Cl and ca South street.
GENERAL BARNES. Captain Mallorv. from Pier
No. S North River.
- L1YLNUSTON, FOX A CO., Agents,
No. 89 Liberty street.
Insurance by this line ONE-nALF PER CENT.
Saptrlor accommodations for passengers.
Through rates and bills of ladiutr In connection
with the Atlantic aud Gulf Freight line.
Through rates and bills of lading in connection
with Central Railroad of Georgia, to all points.
C. 1. OWJirnS, UEORUE YONGE,
Agent A. AG. R. R., Agent C. R. It,
No. 229 Broadway. No. 4o9 Broadway.
TnE ANCHOR LINE STEAMERS
Sail every Saturday and alternate Wednesday
to and from Glasgow ami Derry.
Paseecgers booked and forwarded to and from all
railway stations in Great Britain. Ireland, Ger
many, Norway, Sweden, or Denmark and America
as safely, speed-lly, comfortably, and cheaply as by
auy omer rouio or one.
From Pier 20 Netth river, New York, at noon.
Rates of Passage. Payable in Currency,
to Liverpool, Glasgow, or Derry:
First cabins, 05 and $75, according to location.
Cabin excursion tickets (good for twelve mouths).
securing best accommodations, 1130,
intermediate, 133 ; steerage,
Certificates, at reduced rates, can be bought here
by those wishing to send for their friends.
Drafts Issued, payable on presentation.
Apply at the company's otlices to
No. 1 BOWLING GREEN.
OCEANIC STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY'S
LINE OF NEW STEAMERS BETWEEN NEW
YC RK AND LIVEIU'OOL, CALLING AT CORK,
The company's fleet comprises the following mag
nificent full-powered ocean steanxsiiips, Uie Bli
largest In the world :
OCEANIC, Captain Murray. A RCTICJ.
ATLANTIC, capuin Thompson. BALTIC.
PACIFIC, Captain Perry. ADRIATIC.
These new vessels lne been designed specially
for the transatlantic trade, and combine speed,
safety, and comfort.
Passenger accommodations unrivalled.
Parties lending for their friends in Uie Old coun
try can now obtain prepaid Uckets.
Steerage, t32, currency.
Other rates as low as any first-class line.
For further particulars apply to 1SMAY, IMRIE k
CO., No. 10 WATER fefreet, Liverpool, and No. 1
EAST INDIA Avenue, LEADENHALL Street.
Loudon: or at the company's oulces, No. 19
LLOADWAY, New York. .
J. H. SPARKS, Agent.
171 O R ST.
THOMAS AND BRAZIL.
STATES AND BRAZIL STEAM
REGULAR MALL STEAN.EAS SalliEg 00 tne
83d of every month.
MfcRRIMACK, captain WIer.
bcil TU AM K RICA, Captain E. L. Ttnklepaugn.
NORTH AUEhICA, Captain O. B. Slocum.
Thebe splendid steamers sa'l on schedule time.and
call at 6t.Thimas, Para, Peruambuco, Bahia, and
Kio de Janeiro, going and returning. For engage
luenta of freight or pij.age. apiH y to
WM. it GAliRlSON, Agent,
No. 6 Bowuug-greeu, New York.
r. FOR T.TVT?nPWlT. ANtl OITIt.INt
iTOWN. The Inman Lino of Royal M
Steamers are appointed to sail as follows:
Ulty of Brussels, Satnrdav. April l, nt 2 P. M.
City of London, Saturday, April 29. at 1 P. ,
Cltv of Dublin, via UaUfax. Tuesday. May 2. at 1
City of Antwerp, W ednesday, May 3, at. 2 P. M,
and each snecepdnig Saturday and alternate Tee
day, from pier No. 4i North river.
KATES OF PASdAGE
By Mail Steamer Sidling every Saturday.
Pay b;e in gold. Payable in carrcuoj.
Frst Cabin ITS 8terat-e 3'i
To Loudsn SO i To l,biidon ft
To Halifax 20 To Halifax 15
Passengers ft'so forwarded to Antwerp, Rotter
dam, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, etc, at reduced
Tickets can be tought hpre at raodomlo rates bj
persona wishing to send for their friends.
For further inforniatlou apply at the company's
JOHN G. DALE, Agent. No. li) Broadway, N. Y. I
OrtoO'DONNKLI, fc FULK, Agents,
No. 402 CHESNUT Street, Philadelphia.
riHS REGULAR STEAMSHIPS ON TH3 F1TI
1 L DELPHIA AND CHARLESTON STEill
SiIIP LINK are ALOjE authorized to Issue t'lro;-.?!
pills of bvlt eg to interior points South and West !r
connection with South Carolina Railroad Company.
ALFRKD L. TYI.KK,'
Vice-President So. & RR. CO.
iiaUJLia. MAIL STEAMSHIP
(.i L LA li SEMl-MONI'ULk
i-lNE TO NEW OR-
The JUNIATA will sail for New Orleans, via Ha
vana, on Tuesday, May 9, at 8 A. M.
The Y AZOO will sail from New Orleans, via Ha
vana, on . May .
THROUGH BILLS OF LADING at as low rates
as by any other route given to MOBILE, GALVES
TON. 1NDIANOLA, liOCKPORT, LAV ACCA, and
BRAZOS, and to all points on the Mississippi river
between New Orleans and St. Louis. Red river
freights reshtpped at New Orleans without charge
WEEKLY LINE TO SAVANNAn, GA.
The WYOMING will sail for Savannah on Sat
urday, April 29, at 8 A. M.
The ToNAWANL A will sail from Savannah on
Saturday, April 29.
THROUGH BILLS O? LADING given ti all the
principal towns lu Georgia, Alabama, Florida, Mis
sissippi, Louisiana, Arkansas, and Tennessee iu con
nection with the Central Railroad of Georgia, At
.antic and Gulf Railroad, and Florida steamers, at
aslow rates as by competing lines.
SEMI-MONTHLY LINE TO WILMINGTON, N. C.
The PloNELRwlll sail for Wilmington, N C, on
Tut s lay, may 9, at 6 A. M. Returning, will leave
Wilmington Wednesday, May 17.
connects with tho Cape Fear River Steamboat
Company, the Wilmington and Weldon and North
Carolina Railroads, and the Wllraltigton and Man
Chester Railroad to all Interior points.
Freights for Columbia, S. C, aud Augusta, Oa.,
taken via Wilmington at as low rates as by any
Insumnce eilected when requested by shippers.
Bills of lading signed at oueea street wharf on or
before dav of sailing.
WILLIAM L. JAMES, General Agent,
No. 130 S. THIRD Street.
CLYDE'S 8TJAH LINES
JZl Oillce, No. 12 South WHARVES.
PHILADELPHIA. RICHMOND ASH) NORFOLK
STEAMSHIP LINE, THROUGH FREIGHT AIR
LINE TO HIE SOUTH AND WEST.
Steamers leave every WEDNKSDAY and 8ATU1
Da Y' "at noon," from FIRST WHARF above MAR
r-o bills ot lading Elgned after 12 o'clock on sailing
THROUGH RATES to all points in North and
South Carolina, via Seaboard Alr-llne Railroad, con
necting at. Portsmouth, and at Lynchburg, Va., Ten
nessee, and the West via Virginia and TennesEee
Air-line, and Richmond aud Danville Railroads.
Freights HANDLED BUT ONCE and taken at
LOW KK RATES than by any other line.
No charge for commissions, drayige, or any ex
pense of transfer. Steamships insure at Uweat
FREIGHTS RE'KIVFD DAILY.
Ptnte-room accommodations for passengers.
WM. P. FOKi'EP, Agtnt, Richmond and City
Point. T. P. CROW ELL & CO., Agenis, Norfolk.
PHILADELPHIA AND CHARLESTON.
PHILADELPHIA aud CHARLESTON
The llrst-class Steamship FALL RIVER, Captain
Hlrckby, will sail on Thursday, Anrll 27, at 12
o'clock, noon, from Pier 8, North Wharves, above
Through bills of lading to all principal points In
South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, etc., etc.
Rates of freight as low as by any other route.
For freight or passage apply on the Pier, as above.
WM. A. COUR1ENAY, Agent In Charleston.
FOR NEW Y'ORK DAILY VIA
SiiDELA WA KE AND RAIUTAN CANAL.
JSXl'KfcSS SIHAJIDUAI t UiU.P-A.ru l.
The CHEAPEST and OUPJKEST water co:nmu
Clcation between Philadelphia aud New Y'ork.
Steamers leave DAILY' from first wharf below
MARKET Street, Philadelphia, and fojtof WALL
btrett. New Y'ork.
THROUGH IN TWENTY-FOUR HOURS.
Goods forwarded by all the Hues running out of
New York, North, East, and West, free of commis
sion. Freight received daily and forwarded on accim
JAMES HAND, Agent,
No. 119 WALL Street, New York.
JT-w N6.W EXPRESS LINE to ALEX-SsiS-NDRIA,
WofcUHNGloN, D. C, Chesapeake and Delaware
Canal, connecting with Orange and Alexandria
Steamers leave regularly every SATURDAY at
noon, from First Wharf above MARKET Street.
Freights received dally.
HYDE A TYLER, Agents, Georgetown, D. C.
M. ELDRIDGE fc. CO., Agents, Alexandria, Va.
m jrfr- DELAWARE AND CHESAPEAKE
ZZ'UZZl TOW-BOAT COMPANY.
Barges towed between Philadelphia, Baltimore,
Havre-de-Gracc, Delaware City, and intermediate
CAPTAIN JOnN LAUOIILIN, Superintendent.
OFFICE, No. 12 South WHARVES,
WILLIAM PTCLYDE i CO.,
For all the above lines,
ko. 12 suu ui uauvas, I'nuaaeipnia.
where further information may be obtained.
,rT" h r0R NEW YORK, VIA DELAWARE
4UUS VWI1I'M -VSUUl'
ewir lhi RE TRANSPORTATION COMPANY.
DEriPATCU AMU SHKISlttlS X.11NE3.
The steam propellers of this company leave dally
at 12 M. ai d 5 P. M.
Through m iwenty-iour nours.
Cootis forwarded to aBy point free of commission.
Freights taken on accommodating terms.
WILLIAM M. BAIRD & CO., Agents,
No. 132 South DELAWARE Avenue.
KanlUa, Blial and Tarred Cor dag 3
Al LoKtrt Raw York Prioi and Frif nt'
IDWUI IX FITLJCK
VkOtory, TKHTB Bi. and GIBJUAHTOWH Avau.
let. Ro. S3 B. WATBB Bt. and 21 BL DELAWARE
JOHN S. LEE k. CO., ROPE AND TWINE
DJtALERS IN NAVAL STORES,
ANCHORS AND CHAINS,
SHIP CHANDLERY GOODS, ETC.,
NOB. 4(5 and 4U NORTH WHARVES.
rj ELL'S ENCYCLOPEDIA, DICTIONARY AND
MU GAZETTEER lo NOW COHPLSTJf, IN
59 PAI1TS, AT 50 CENTS FEB PART.
ZELIS HEW DESCRIPTIVE HAND
Atlas of the World,
First two Parts now ready, to be complete la S5
Parts, attoceuueaen. uapentnoea agents wautea.
T. ELLW00D ZELL, Publisher,
Nob. IT and 19 South SIXTH Street,
8 23 tut3in PHILADELPHIA.
DREW'S ARCH STREET
respectfully announces that his
will take place on
SATURDAY EVENING, April 29.
First time in many years, the brilliant C jmcdy, in
U V flC 1 8
' THE SOLDIER'S DAUGHTER,
with Mrs. JOHN DhEW as
THE WIDOW CHEERLY.
F. F. Mnckay
( hatles Woodley..
. . . . D. E. Raltoa
. ,.G'. Burroughs
. ..W. 11. Wftllin
Mrs. Mftlfort (.for this occasion).... Mrs. T. A. Creese-
Julla Little Nell
Aud a Domestic Drama of great interest, iu three
THE HARVEST HOME;
, .t 0K- 1HK 11E1Ii F DERWENT.
Caleb Ivestral, a hawker Adam Everly
Cecil iHrwent, of Uerwcut Hall.. u L. James
Hon. Brassy Popjoy h. t'ral
Tiubbs, his tiger s. llemple
l ather Peeps y. V. Mackay
Prunk Moridale t n irronglis
Mr. lieevcs. Steward of the Manor W. H. Wailis
Amy, adopted daughter of Peeps.. Miss L'z.ia Price
Mnry Everett Mrs. T. A. Creese
Mrs. Peeps Mid. Thayer
Box book now open. 4 2-2
Begins at S.
ACADEMY OF MUSIC
JOIIK E. McDJNOUUa
UNIVERSAL APPROVAL OF
THE ENTIRE PltES AND PPHLTn
of the production of the matchless spectaole of .
-llir. 1.1. At IV tTtlHIl.'
NOT ONE DISSENTING VOICE.
CUT THIS OUT FOR REFERENCE.
8 -on Ballet do Sabot.
8- 12 Ballet do Fietirs Mad'llo Adrlcnne.
S-sn-Grand Incantation Scene.
9- 10 The Fairies' Grotto, with Stalacta'j S lag.
9- 20-Goblln Sprite.
9 30 The Demon's Revel.
9- 46 Grand Developing Scene, from tho G.'otto to
the Lake of Ferns, with Crystal Ca icade.
10- dO Illuminated Golden Terrace.
10-or pas de Deux Lupo and Sig. Costa.
10 10 Pub de Eollle.
10-1.1 Match Girl's Dnnce.
10- 1S Parisitnne JlMteKit Dance.
10-25 The Wonderful Majlltous, and Child Ameri
coc. 10-4S The Great Skaters, Keynock and SchnidS.
lO-t n The Amazonian March.
1115 The Dazzling Transformation Scene of tne
PALACE OF DEW DROPS
MATINEE EVURY SATURDAY'. BEGINS AT 3.
Rt served Seats, 81-25; Admission, fl; Family
Circle, Mic. ; Amphitheatre, 25c.
Applv at BONER & CO.'S Music Store, No. 1103
CHtSNLT Street, and at ACADEMY OF MUSIC,
from 9 A. M. till 6 P. M. 4 21Ct
AVENPORTS CHESNUT STREEf THEATRIC.
Admission, 11, 75, r-o, and 25 cents
& o CIOCK.
Scuts secured in advance, from 9 until 4 o'clock.
THIS cThursdny) EVKNING, April 27,
BENEFIT OF WALTEIt LENNOX.
Goldsmith's Comedy of
SHE STOOPS TO CONtiUER,
And t'ae Farce of
SARAH'S YOUNG MAN.
Tho characters tilled bv
DAVENPORT'S STAR COMPANY.
FRIDAY MERCHANT OF VENICE.
SATURDAY-A NEW WAY TO PAY OLD DEBTS,
FOR THE BENEFIT OF MONS. TOROUIANA,
SARATOGA ON MONDAY NEXT.
"TXT ALNUT STREET T II E A T It E.
VV THIS (Thursday) EVENING, April 27.
. Engagement for six nights only of tho young and
accomplished Tragedienne and Vocalist,
MISS ELLA BURNS.
Fourth night in Philadelphia of Tom Taylor's new
Historical Plnv, 1n live acta, entitled
TWIXT AXE AND CROWN.
Lady Elizabeth Mis ELLA BURNS
With Handel's sublime aria,
"ANGELS EVER BUIGUT AND FAIR."
Friday-Benefit of Miss ELLA BURNS.
Saturday Only Matinee of ' "l'wlxt Axe and Crown."
Rs JOHN DREW'S ARCH STREET
THEATRE. Berms V to 8 o'clock.
BENEFIT OF MESSRS. HOLMES AND TREFTS.
TO-NKIllT 'llitiru.las. Annl v7
A BOLD STROKE FOR A IIL'SHA VI).
Mrs. JOHN DREW ns Donna Olivia
Or, Three Etas of a Woraan'd Life.
By the full company.
FRIDAY A Great Bill.
SATURDAY RP.NEFIT OF MR. A. EVERLY.
MONDAY JOHN BROUGHAM. .
AMERICAN MUSEUM AND MENAGERIE,
Northwest corner of NINTH and A KC'H Streets
Open dally from A. M. till 10 P. M.
MY'RIADS OF CURIOSITIES IN THE MUSEUM.
MONDAY, April 24, WEDNESDAY and SATUR
DAY MATINEES, LEA'IS BAKER in his ffrcat
character of M1CAWHER.
New scenery, unrivalled cast of characters.
Admission, 25 cents.
Friday BENEFIT OF LEWI3 BAKER. 1213 tf
SUCCESS ASSURED I
DR. CORRY'S GREAT DIORAMA OF
IRELAND IN SHADE AND SUNSHINE.
EXHIBITED EVERY EVENING.
and WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY AFTERNOONS
TALK OF THE TOWN. t4 24 6t
AdmlBBlon, 35 cents ; Reserved Seats, 50 cents.
WI S NEW AM KR1CAN THEATRE, CHESNTJT
I1 Street, above Tenth.
EVERY EVENING and SATURDAY MATINEE.
MISS KATE FISHER
in Lord Byron's great Drama of
with her niagniiicently trained steed "Wonder."
STAR PANTOMIME TROUPE.
with the original Black Crook Ballet, Ethiopian Bur
lesques, Local Sketches, eta
MONDAY. April 17.
And every evening during the week, the
GREAT CALIFORNIA CONSTELLATION OF
FIFTY IN NUMBER.
FIFTY IN NUMBER.
4 17tf1 FIFTY IN NUMBER.
Don't fall to go to the great Variety Theatre to-night.
A GRAND BAZAAR IN AID OF THE SICK
POOR OF ST. MARY'S HOSPITAL is NO V
OPEN, and will continue fcr two weeks at CON
CEhT HALL, CHHSNUT Street, above Twelfth.
Season tickets, 25 cents. Single admission, 10
K 8. R. D I L L O Nj
NOS. 823 AND 831 SOUTH STREET,
FANCY AND MOURNING MILLINERY, CRAPE
Ladies' and Misses' Crape, Felt, Gimp, Hair, Satla,
Silk, Straw and Velvets, Hats and Bonnets, Frenca
Flowers, Hat and Bonnet Frames, Crapes, Laces,
Silks, Satins, Velvets, Ribbons, Sashes, Ornamental
and ail kinds of Millinery Goods.
RP. OWEN A CO.,
. COAL DEALERS
FILBERT STREET WHARF,
SNOWDON A RAU'S COAL DEPOT, CORNER?
DILLWYN and WILLOW Streets. Lehigh and
Schuylkill COAL, prepared exprosaly for family uaa
at the lowest cash prices. IU t
HATS AND OAPS.
WW WAR BURTON'S IMPROVED VENTILATED
Zland easy-flUing DRESS HATS (patented), in all
tne unproved fashions of the season, CHESNUT
Street, next door to the post Office. rpi
IVuter Cooler and
Uus pioved Itself la be superior to
any in the market, Call and ei
amine. JACOB F. HAND, Jr.,
Depot, No. 620 MARKET Street.
urn II B 8 T C & O V O ,
Tnis new elegant and commodious nrst-r)a&i Hotel,
on ARCH Street, above SEVEN Pit,
Terms, 3 per day.
4 1 im O. W. Ml Llln. a uXiO., Proprietors,
: i -