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THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH PHIL 1DELPII1A, MONDAY, MAT 22, 1871.
DELAWARE MUTUAL BAFKTY INSURANCB
COMPANY. Incorporated by the Legislature
M Pennsylvania, 1830.
Office S. X. cornor of TTIIRD and WALNUT Streets,
OB Vnssela, Cargo, and Freight to all parts of Ue
n Goods by river, canal, lake, and land carriage to
all part of the Union.
0 Merchandise generally; on Stores, Dwellings,
ASSETS OF THE COMPANY,
November 1, 1870.
,000 United States Six Per Cent
Loan (lawful money) 1333,3TB 00
I I0O.OOO State of Pennsylvania Six Per
Cent. Loan 814,000-OC
00.000 City of Philadelphia Six Per
Cent. Loan (exempt from
164.000 State of New Jersey Six Per
' cent. Loan 183,920-00
80.000 Pennsylvania Railroad First
Mortgage Six Per Ct. Bonds. BO.TOO'OC
88.000 Pennsylvania Railroad Second
Mortgage Six Per Ct. Bonds. 99,350-00
18,000 'Western Pennsylvania Rail
road Mortgage eix rer je,au
Bonds (Pennsylvania Rail-
80.000 State of Tennessee Five Per Ct.
T,ooo -state or Tennessee six per ct.
IS. BOO Pennsylvania Railroad Com.
pany (260 Shares Stock) 15,00000
C,000 North Pennsylvania Railroad
Company (100 Shares Stock) . . 4,30000
10,000 Philadelphia and Southern Mall
Steamship Company (so si's
Stock)...". ..Ttt... 4.000-OI
l,oou ixans on isona ana Kiornrage,
first liens on City Properties..
Jl.860,160 Par. C'St, $1,864,447-34. Mt vn$l,893-657-0r
Real Estate 66,000-50
Bills Receivable for Insur
ances made 830,971-87
Balances due at Agencies
Premiums on Marine Policies
Accrued Interest and .)t.Ucr
debts due the Company 13,879 40
Stock and Scrip, etc., ol son
dry corporations, 17950, esti
mated value . ,isoo
Thomas c. Band,
tfamuei a. stones,
William U. Boulton,
H. Jones Brooke,
Jacob P. Jones,
James B. McFarland,
Joshua P. Eyre,
Thomas P. Stotesbnry,
John B. Semple, Flttsb'rg,
A. B. Berger, Pittsburg,
D. T. Monran. Plttsburar.
. iionn v. jjsvib,
Edmund A. Souder,
Joseph H. Seal,
Henry C. Dallett, Jr.,;
James C. Hand,
"William C. Ludwlg,
John D. Taylor,
George W. Bernadon,
Wm. C. Houston,
H. Frank Robinson,
thumas v. ii ahu, president.
JOHN C. DAVIS, Vice-President.
Hknkt Ltlbukn, Secretary.
Hbnbt Ball, Assistant Secretary.
LIFE INSURANCE CO.
LEMUEL BANGS, President.
GEORGE ELLIOTT, VIce-Pres't and Sec'y.
EMORY McOLINTOCK, Actuary.
JAMES M. LoNGACRE,
MANAGEK FOR PENNSYLVANIA AND
Office, 302 WALNUT St., Philadelphia.
H. C. WOOD, Jr., Medical Examiner.
REV. S. POWBHS, Special Agent.
Union Mutual Insurance Company
Tire, Maiiue, and Inland Imurance.
Office, N. E. Cor. THIRD and WALNUT
LOSSES PAID SINCE FORMATION,
ASSETS OF THE COMPANY, JANUARY 1, 1871,
RICHARD & SMITH, President.
JOHN MOSS, Secretary.
People's Fire Insurance Company,
Wo. S14WAUUT Street. .
Fire Insurance at LOWEST RATES
with security. Losses promptly
adjusted and paid.
NO UNPAID LOSSES.
Assets December 81, 1870 1128,851-78
CHAS. E. BONN, President.
OEO. BUSCH, JR., Secretary.
INCORPORATED MARCH 17, 1330,
NO. 84 NORTH FIFTH STREET,
ILDINGS, HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, AND
rom Loss by Ore (in the City of Philadelphia only).
ASSETS, JANUARY 1, 1870, $1,703,319-07.
William II. Hamilton,
George I. Young,
Joseph R Lyudall,
if vi p. Coats.
Charles P. Bower,
M. 11. uicKinson,
Samuel Sparhawk, 1 Peter Williamson,
Joseph E. Schell.
WM. 1L HAMILTON, President
SAMUEL SPARHAWK, Vice-President.
WILLIAM F. BUTLER,
THE ENTERPRISE INSURANCE COMPANY
OFFICE S. W. CORNER FOURTH AND WALNUT
PERPETUAL AND TERM POLICIES ISSUED.
CASH CAPITAL (paid up in full) $200,000-00
CASH ASSETS, December 1.1870 600,3S3-00
F. Ratchford Starr,
J. Livingston Errlnger,
James L. Claghorn,
William O. Boulton,
James M. Aertaen.
JobnM. A' wood,
Benjamin T. Tredick,
George H. Stuart,
jonn tu rsrown,
V. RATCH'ORD STARR, President.
THOMAS II. MONTGOMERY, Vlce-Uresldent.
ALEXtNDER WWISHEH, fcrtiaTy.
JACOB B. PltTERSON Asslstifot-Secretary.
ANTHRACITE INSURANCB COMPANY.
Office, No, 811 WALNUT Street, between Third
And Fourth streets, Philadelphia.
This Company will Insure against Loss or Damage
by Fire, on Buildings, Furniture, and Merchandise
AsoMarlne Insurance on Vessels, Cargoes, and
FrelKhU. Inland Insurance to all purls of the Union.
J. K. Baum,
John B. Heyl,
Wm. M. tiaira.
John K. Blakiston,
W. F. Dean,
Peter Sieger, ' tamui ii. Hotnenneu
WILLIAM r.Nllr.K, rresiaenu
WM. V. DEAN, Vice-President.
W. M. Smith, Secretary.
T&XPSBUXi IHSITRANOB CO,
rald-op OaplUi asd AooamoUUd rands.
08,000,000 IN GOLD.
FllEVOBT A HEU1UNO, Agenta,
Bo. 10T B. THIRD BUMt. PbiUdslpbls.
baa n, rMVoai. ohax r. naiuai
Fire, Inland, and Marine Iniuranct.
ASSEI8 January 1.
Receipts of P '10
Interests from Investments, 1870.,
Losses paid In 1S70 11,136,941
STATEMENT OF THE ASSETS.
First Mortgages on Philadelphia City Pro-
United States Government Loans .126.96.36.199.
Pennsylvania! State Loans
Philadelphia City Loans
New Jersey and other State Loans and
City Bonds 825,610
Philadelphia and Reading Railroad Co.,
other Railroad Mortgage Bonds and
Philadelphia Bank and other Stocks
Cash In Bank
Loans on Collateral Security
Notes receivable and marine premiums
Accrued Interest and Premium In course
of transmission - - - 83,801
Seal estate, Office of the Company 80,ooo
Certificates of Insurance issued, payable In London
at the Counting House of Messrs. BR JWN, SHIP
LEY fc CO.
ARTHUR O. COFI II,
FIATTIIIAS MARIS, Secretary.
C. II. REEVE'S Assistant Secretary.
ARTHUR G. COFFIN,
SAMUEL W. JONES,
JOHN A. BROWN.
FRANCIS R. COPE,
EDW. H. TROTTER,
EDW. S. CLARKE.
T. CHARLTON HENRY,
ALr ilikU u. jn.r-.aur,
LOUIS C. MADEIRA,
niT i a .it "it -n it ii XT
JEORGB L, HARRISON,
CLEMENT A. GRISCOlf
1829 CHARTgR rgRggTUAL. jgy
Fraili Fire Insiraice mw
Office, Hoi. 435 and 437 CHESNUT St
Assets Jan. I,'7I$3.087,45235
ACCRUED SURPLUS AND PREMIUMS. a, 687,453 85
INCOME FOR 1S71,
LOSSES PAID IN 1870,
lAfe,e Paid Mince 1849 Nearly
The Assets of the "FRArKLTN" are all Invested
In solid securities (over 12,750,(100 In First Bonds and
Mortgages), which are all interest bearing and
dividend paying. The Company holds no Bills Re
ceivable taken for Insurances effected.
Perpetual and Temporary Polloles on Liberal
Terms. The Company also Issues policies upon the
Rents of all kinds of Buildings, around Rents and
Alfred G. Baker,
George W. Richards,
William h. Grant,
Thomas S. Ellis,
Gustavus S. Benson.
GEORGE FALLS, Vice-President.
JAMES W. MCALLISTER, Secretary.
THEODORE M. REGER, Assistant Secretary.
PENNSYLVANIA FIRE INSURANCB
Incorporated 1826 Charter Perpetual.
CIO WALNUT Street, opposite Independence
This Company, favorably known to the commu
nity for over forty years, continues to insure against
loes or damage oy fire on Public er Private Build
ings, either permanently or for a limited time. Also
on Furniture, stocks of Goods, and Merchandise
generally, on liberal terms.
Their Capital, together with a large Surplus Fund,
Is Invested In the most careful manner, which ena
bles them to offer to the Insured an undoubted secu
rity in the case of loss.
Daniel Smith, Jr.,
J. GilMngham Fen,
John Deferens, -
it'. .. -
WM. 8. Cbowill, Secretary,
TAMB INSURANCE COMPANY,
No. 809 CHESNUT Street.
INCORPORATED 1856. CHARTER PERPETUAL.
FIRE INSURANCE EXCLUSIVELY.
Insurance against Loss or Damage by Fire either by
Perpetual or Temporary Policies.
William n. itnawn,
William M. Seyfert,
John F. Smith,
John Kessler, Jr.,
Edward B. Orne,
John W. Everinan,
George A. West,
CHARLES RICHARDSON. President.
WILLIAM U. RHAWN, Vice-President.
Williams I. Blawchabp, Secretary.
ENGINES,' MAOHINERY, ETO.
rffV PENN STEAM ENGINE AND BOILER
iliJLllAOKKS. NEAFIE LEVY, PRACT1
CAL AND THEORETICAL ENGINEERS. MA
OHINISTB, BOILER-MAKERS, BLACKSMITHS,
and FOUNDERS, having for many years been In
uccessf dl operation, and been exclusively engaged
In building and repairing Marine and River Engines,
high and low pressure, Iron Boilers, Water Tanks,
Propellers, etc. etc, respectfully offer their services
to the public as being fully prepared to contraot for
engines of all sizess, Marine, River, and Stationary;
having sets of patterns of dlffeient sizes, are pre
pared to execute orders with quick despatch. Every
description of pattern-making made at the shortesl
notlceT High and Low Pressure Fine Tubular and
Cylinder Boilers of the best Pennsylvania Charcoal
Iron, Forglnga of all sie and kinds. Iron and
Brass Castings of all descriptions. Roll Turning.
acrew Cutting, and all other work conneotal
With the above business.
Drawings and apeoifloattowi for all work done
he establishment free of charge, and work gut
The subscribers have ample wharf dock-room fot
repairs of boats, where they can lie in perfect
af etv. and are provided with shears, blocks, falls,
etc. etc. for raising heavy .right weighty
JOHN P. LEVY,
BEACH and PALMER Streets.
TUBE WORKS AND IRON CO.,
Manufacture Plain and Galvanised
and Sundries for Gas and Steam Fitters, Plumbers
Machinists, BslllB MUeri, Oil Refiners, eta.
TWENTY-THIRD AND FILBERT STREETS, .
OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE,
j043jr. FIFTH faTKE KT.
rlOTTON SAIL DUCK AND CANVAS, OF ALL
J nnn.tr. anlt kirnjldS. Tent. AWUUlg, TlHUX
aid Wairoucver Duck. Also, Paper ManuXao
tarers' lrler KwKi, irom thirtyia teveutyu
K0. II CSTJbCli)svetYUKf fcuuarL
THE CAMDEN AND AVBOY AND PHtLADBL
PI1IA AND TRENTON RAILROAD COM
PANIRir LINKS FOR NEW YORK AND "WAY
r LACKS FROM WALNUT 8TRKBT WHARF.
At 415 a. m. Accommodation via Camden and Am
boy. and at 8 s. m. Express, and 880 p.m. Accom
modation via Camden and Jersey City.
At 8 and 6 p. m. for Amboy and intermediate sta
tions. At 6-15 a. m. and 3 so p. m. for Freehold and Far
mlngdnle. At 8-80 a. m. for Pennington, Lambertville, and In
At 615, 8, and -bo a. m., 19 m., 8, 8 30, and 6 p. m.
At 4-lB, 8. and 90 a. m., 18 m., 8, 8 30, 5, . T, and
11 80 p. m. for Bordentown, Florence, Burlington,
Beverly, Delanco, and Rlverton.
At 6 15 and -30 a. m., 18 m , 8, 8 80, 6, 6, 7, and
11-80 p. m. for Edgewater, Riverside, and Palmyra.
At 15 end 9-80 a. m., 13 m., 6, 6, 7, and 1180 p. m.
for Fish House.
The 11 80 p. ro. Line leaves from Market Street
Ferry (upper side).
FROM WEST PHILADELPHIA DEPOT.
At 7 and 10 a. ra., 1-20, 8, 5 80, 4 4. and 18 p. m.,
New York Express Lines, and 1130 p. m Emigrant
Line, via Jersey City.
At 7 and 10 a. m., I SO, 8, 6 30, 0 45, and 18 p. m.
for Trenton. . . .
At 7 and 10 a. m., 645 and 18 p. ra. for Bristol.
At 18 p. m. (Night) lor Morrlsvllle, Tullytown,
Pchenck's. Eddlngton, Corn wells, Torrisdale,
Holmesburg Junction, Tacony, Wlsslnomlng,
Brldesbnrg, and Frankford.
Sunday Lines leave at 10 a. m., 6 45 p.- m., and 13
Dlght" FROM KENSINGTON DEPOT.
At 7 and 9 so a. m., 8 30, 8, and 0 p. m. for Tren
ton and Bristol. And at A p. m. for Bristol.
At 7 and 8 30 a. m., a-30 and 6 p. m. for Morris
vllle and Tullvtown.
At 7 and 9 30 a. m , 8 30, 5, and 6 p. ra. for
Scuenck's, Eddlngton, Cornwells, Torrlsdale, and
At 6 45 a. m., 13 30, S IR, and 7-15 p. m. for Bustle
t.nn. llolmesburff. and Holmeaburar Junction.
At 6 45 and 9 30 a. m., 12 K0, 8 80, 515,6, and 715
n. m. for Taconv. Wlsslnonitng. Brldesburg, and
VIA BELVIDERE DELAWARE RAILROAD.
At 7 a. m. and 8 p. m. tor Niagara Falls, Buffalo,
Dunkirk, Elmira, Rochester, Syracuse, Great Bend,
Scranton. Wllkesbarre. Stroudsburg, Water Gup,
Belvldete, Easton, Lambertville, Flemtngton, etc,
and In. tn. for Si'.honlev'a Mountain.
At 9 80 a. m. and 5 p. m. for Pennington, Lambert
ville. and Intermediate stations, and at 5 p. m. for
FROM MARKET STREET FERRY (UPPER SIDE),
VIA NEW JERSSY SOHTHERN RAILRQAD.
At lla. m. for New York, Loug Branch, and Inter-
VIA CAMDEN AND BURLINGTON COUNTY
At 6 and 11 a. m., 1, 8-30, 8-30. 5. and 6-30 p. m.
and on Thursdav and Saturdav nights at 11-30 p. in.
for Merchantsvllle, Moorestown, Hartford, Mason
vllle. HaliiHnnrt.. end Mount HollV.
At 6 a. m., 8-80 and 6 -80 p. m, for Lumberton and
At 6 and 11 a. m.. 8-30. 5. and 6-30 p. m. for
Fmlthvllle, BwansvUle, Vlncentown, Birmingham,
At 6 a. m.. l and 8-30 p. m., tor -jewisiown.
Wrichtstown. Cookstown. New Eevnt. Homers
towB. Cream Ridge. Iinlavstown, Sharon, and
Hlghtstown. WM. U. GATZMER,
May 15, 1371. Agent.
"T3HILABELPHJA, WILMINGTON, AND BAL-
X TIMORa KAlLiKtJAL.
COMMENCINO MONDAY, NOVEMBER 81. 18T0.
Trains will leave Depot, corner of Broad street
and Washington avenue, as fallow:
Way M all Train at 8-80 A. M. (Sundays exoepted .
for Baltimore, stornlnar at all regular stations
Connecting at WllmlnKton with Delaware Railroad
and Maryland and Delaware Railroad, at Har
rington Wlin junction ana Ltreaitwaior iiauroau,
at Seaford with Dorohester and Delaware Rail
road, at Delmar with Eastern Shore Railroad, and
at baii8Dury wita wioomioo ana rooomoae ju
Express Train at 11-48 A. M. (Sundays exoepted)
for Baltimore ind Washington, stopping at WL
mlngton, perryviiie, ana uavre-ue-u-raoe. vow
nects at Wllmlngto J.'V'th train for Now Castle.
Express Train at 4 P. M. .'todays exoepted), for
Kaitlmora and Washington. stoiPlnsc at Chester,
Thurlow, Lin wood, Claymont, Wilmington, New
port, Stanton, Newaik, Elkton, North East,
Charlestown, Perryvllls. Havra-d-Oraoe, Aber
deen, Ferryman's, Edgewoed, Magnolia, Chase
and Stemmer's Run.
Night Express at 11-80 P.M. (Dally), for Baltl
more and Washington, stopping at Chester, Uln
wood. Claymont, Wllmlnxton, Newark, Elk ton.
North East, Perryvllle, Havre-de-rao, Perry-
man's, and magnolia.
Passengers for Fortress Monroe and Norfolk will
tk tb ll-4o a., ai. train.
Stopping at all stations between Philadelphia
JeavV rilIIueiJUia b IX vu A. aul., ou, uy, mum
T-00 P. M. The 6-00 P. M. train oonneois with I)ola
ware Railroad for Mllford and intermediate
v 111 1- 1-1 L. . ..... . rjT QiBA ..tn an.
Leave Wilmington 6 4 and 8-10 A. M., 100, 4 00,
and 7-16 P. M. The 8-10 A. M. train will not stop
between Chester and Philadelphia. The 7-16 P. M.
train from Wilmington runs Dally; all other ac
commodation trains Sundays exoepted.
Trains leaving Wilmington at 6-46 A. M. and 4-00
P.M. will conneot at Lamokln Junotlon with the
T-00 A. M. and 480 P. M. trains for Baltimore Con
From Baltimore to Philadelphia. Leave Balti
more 7-36 A. M.. Way Mall; B-35 A. M., Express;
886 P. M., Express; 7"i6 P. M.. Express.
SUNDAY TRAIN FROM BALTIMORE.
Leavei Baltimore at 72i P. M., stopping at Mag.
nolla. Ferryman's, Aberdeen, Uavre-de-Graoe, Per.
ry vllle, Charlestown, North East, Klkton, Newark,
Stanton, .Newport, Wilmington, Claymont, Lin-
wood, and Chester.
Through tlokets to all points West, South, and
SouthweBt may be prooured at ticket offloe. No. H2S
Chesnut street, under Continental Hotel, where
also State Rooms and Berths in Sleeping Cars oan
be seoured during the day. Persons purohaslng
tlekets at this offloe ean have baggage ohecked at
their residence by the Unlsn Transter Company.
H. W. KENNEY, Superintendent.
PHILADELPHIA AND ERIE RAILROAD.
SUMMER TIME TABLE.
On and after MON DAY. May la, 1871,
the trains on the Philadelphia and Erie Rail
road will run as follows from the Pennsylvania Rail
road Depot, West Philadelphia:
MAIL TRAIN leaves Philadelphia 710 P. M.
" Wllllamsport 418 A. M.
arrives at Erie 8 50 P.M.
ERIE EXPRESS leaves Philadelphia .... 12 -80 P. M.
Wllllamsport.... 8-60 P.M.
arrives at Erie. 7-40 A. M.
ELMIRA MAIL leaves Philadelphia 9-ao A. M.
. " Wllllamsport.... -38 P.M.
arrives at Lock Haven . . 70 P. M.
MAIL TRAIN leaves Erie. 11 -SO A. M.
" " Wllllamsport lO oo p. M.
arrives at Phlladelpnla .... 30 A. M.
ERIE EXPRESS leaves Erie 9VQ P, M.
" Wllllamsport... 8-38 A.M.
arrives at Philadelphia, 8-&0 p. M.
ELMIRA MALL leaves Lock Haven 8-ee A. M.
" " Wllllamsport. 918 A.M.
" arrives at Philadelphia. ., 8-30 p. M.
BUFFALO EXP. leaves Wllllamsport.... l-as A. M.
" Sunbury 133 A. M.
arrives at Philadelphia.. -40 A. M.
Mall East connects east and west at Erie with L.
S. 4M. S.K. W. and afCorry and Irvineton with
Oil Crtek and Alleghen.lt. R. W.
Mall west with west-bound trains on L. S. A M. 8.
R. W. and at Corry and Irvineton with OU Creek
and Allegheny R. it W.
Warren Accommodation east and west with trains
on L. S. and M. S. R. W. east and west and at Corry
With O. C. and A. R. R. W.
Erie Accommodation east at Corry and west at
Corry and Irvlnetewn with O. C. and A. R. R.
Eloilra Mall and Buffalo Express make close con
nection at Williumsport with the N. C. R. w. trains,
north and south.
Catawissa passenger trains will be run east from
Wllllamsport on Erie Express, and went to Wli
llamsport on Elmira Mail.
WM. A. BALDWIN, General Superintendent.
QAMDEN AND ATLANTIC RAILROAD.
On and after MONDAY, May IB, lt7i, trains will
leave VINE Street Ferry as follows :
Freight iwith passenger car) 7-00 AM.
Mail 8 -00 A. M.
Atlantlo Accommodation , 8 43 P. M.
Returning, leave Atlantic:
Freight 12-45 P. M,
Mall 4 00 P. M.
Atlantlo Accommodation 6-15 A. M.
LOCAL TRAINS LEAVE:
For Haddont)eid..9and 1015 A. M.,8 and 4-15 P. M.
For At co and intermediate stations io-is A. M.
For Hammonton and intermediate stations 6 00 P.M.
Haddonneld, and 11 A. M., and 1, 8 15, and 10
At co, 19-15 P. M. : nammonton 6 AM.
Nht line for Haddonneld leaves Camden 1130
Freight must be delivered at Vine street wharf by
4 P. M. to insure it trausporutioa next day.
01 D. U. MUNDY Agent
PHILADELPHIA AND READING RAILROAD.
Mat 15. 1S7L
Depot TH TRTE EN T H and CALLOWHILL Streets.
unm rartner notloe tra ns wui ieare ana Arrive
Heading and Allentown War 7-80 a. m.
Harrisburg and PottsvlUe Express 8-30 a. m
Philadelphia and Pottsvllle W. Tr n 13-80 p. m
Harrisburg and Pottsvllle Express 8-30 p. m.
pottstown Accommodation 4-30 p. m.
Reading and Pottsvllle Accommodation.. 6 15 p.m.
ToReadlrg 8-00 am
xo pottsvllle 8.15 p. m.
TRAINS ARRIVE. I
Pottstown Accommodation 8-45 a. m.
Reading and Pottsvllle Accommodation.. 10-20 a. m.
Harrisburg and Pottsvllle Express. 1-00 p. ra.
Philadelphia and Pottsvllle W. Tr n. 4-RO p. m.
Harnsourg and Pottsvllle Ex Dress s-is d. m.
Harrisburg, Pottsvllle, and Allentown Ao-
commouauon iu p. m.
From Pottsvllle 13-85 a. m.
From Reading 715p. m.
i ne bunaav trains connect with similar trains on
the Perklomen and Colebrookdale Railroads.
ror uowningtown and ooints on Chester valley
Railroad take 7-80 a. m., 13-80 and 430 p. m.
or -scnwenssvuie and nolnts on rerkiomen ltau
road take 7-30 a. in., 12-30 and 4-80 p. m.
ror aiu rieaMam and points on (joieurouKumt
Railroad take 7-80 a. ni. and 4-30 p. m.
PAaX ACCOMMODATION TRAINS. DAILY BXCEPT BUN-
Leave depot. Thirteenth and Callowhlll streets,
8-4B and 11 a. m., 8-18, 4, and 6 80 p. m
Leave west Manavunk. 6-lo and 9-so a. m., it
noon, 805 and 6-15 p. m.
Leave Fifteenth street and Pennsvlvanla avenne,
for Belmont, 9, 10, 11 a. m.. 1. 2. 8. 4. 4 80. 5-40, and
6 40 P.M.
Leave Belmont, 9-25, 10-25, 11-25 a. m.. 1-85, 8-35,
8 25, 4 25, 6 MB, 6-18, and 7-05 p. m.
New York Jixpress for Pittsburg and West.
Trains leave New York at 9 a. m. and 6 p. m.,
passing Reading at 1 65 and 9-50 p.m. connecting
at Harrisburg with Pennsylvania and Northern
Central trains for Chicago, Cincinnati, Pittsburg,
Baltimore, Wllllamsport, etc.
Sleeping-cars accompany these trains through be
tween Jersey City and Chicago without change.
Trains for New York leave Harrisburg at 2-40 and
8-10 a. m., aod 2 p. m.
Additional train leaves New York for Harrisburg
at 18-80 noon.
For particulars see Guide Books, which can be ob
ta'ned at S. E. corner of Ninth and Chesnut streets,
under Continental Hotel, No. 811 Chesnut street, and
at all stations, without charge.
Season, School, Mileage, and Commutation Tickets
at reduced rates, to be had of 8. Bradford, Trea
surer, No. 227 South Fourth street, Philadelphia, or
J. E. Wooten, Assistant Superintendent, Reading.
Street Cars. The Thirteenth and Fifteenth, and
Race and Vine streets, connecting wltn other lines,
run close to the depot.
Baggage collected and delivered by Dungan's
Bagguge Express. Orders left at Depot or at No.
213 S. Fourth street.
Through tickets and baggage checks to all prlncl
pal points In Oil Keglons, New fork State, Canada,
west, and Northwest, may be obtained at the new
Union Ticket onice, southeast corner of Ninth and
Chesnut streets, under the Continental Hotel, or at
No. 811 Chesnut street. Tickets to principal local
points on sale at above offices. Baggage checked
from hotels and residences by the Union Transfer Co.
GERMANTOWN AND NORR1STOWN BRANCH.
Depot, Ninth and Green.
ON AND AK1KR MAY 8.
TO GERMANTOWN 6, 7, 715, 7 35, 8 30. 9 05, 10,
11 a. m. ; 12, noon : l, a, 2T.0, 815, 8 45, 4 05, 4 30, b os,
6 10, 6 45, 6, 0 30, 7, 8, 8 15, 9, 10 15, 11, 11-40, 12 30,
SUNDAY 745, 9 05 a. m.; 12, noon; 815,4 05,
B 40. 7, 8-45, and 11-05 p. m.
FROM GERMANTOWN 6, 625, 050, 725, 805,
810, 8 45, 9, 9 25, 10, 11 05, 11 56 a. m. ; 1, 165, 8, 8 30,
8 65, 4 43, 6, 6 80, 6, 6 10, 0 40, 7 10, 8, 9 05, 10, 10 30,
11-25 p. m.
SUNDAY 810, 0-05 a. m. . V05, 8 35, 3,8-55, 6, 8-20,
and 10 20 p. ni.
The 8 05 and 9 25 a. m. down trains, and 2 30, 8 45,
60S, and 8-45 up train a, will not stop on the German
Passengers taking the 7 25 a. m. and 6 40 p. m.
trains from Germautown will make close connec
tions with the trains for New York at Intersection
TO CHESNUT HILL 6, 7, 7 35, 9 05, 10, 12 a. m.,
2 30. 3'45, 6-05, 6 45. 7, 8, 9, 11, 11 40 p. m.
SUNDAY 7 45, 9-05 a. m., 12 45 noon, 815, 5'40,
7, 8 45, Ip. m.
FROM CHESNUT HIT.L 6-10, 7-10, 7-80, 8-30, 9-10,
10-50, 11-40 a. III., 140, 8-40, 6'45, 6-25, 6 65, 850, 1015,
11 10 p. m.
Sunday 7-60, 8-45 a. m., 13-45, noon, 8-15, 8-40, 8,
10 d. m.
TO CONSHOnOCKEN AND NORRISTOWN
A-05. 7-80, 9, aud 1108 a.m 12 05, m., 1-80, 8,4, 440, 8,
8 30, 6115, 8 05, 1020, and 1148 p. m.
Sunday 7 30. 9 a. m.. 1-30. 8. 715. and 9-30 n. ro.
FROM NORRISTOWN-B-80,6-30, 7, 740,8, 8 60, 11
a. m., l, x-isu, -3u, 4-au, a, o id, b, iu p. m.
Sunday 7, 9 a. m., 1-15, 6, 7, 9 30 p. m.
TO MANAVUNK 6-05, 7-30, 9, 1005. 1105 a. m.
18 05 noon, 1345, 1-30, 3, 4, 4-40, 5, 5 30, 6-25, 705, 8-05,
9C6, 1020, 1145 p. m.
Sunday 730, 8, 9, 10 a. m., 12-40 noon, 1-80, 2-10, 8,
4-45. 7-15. 9-3 D. IU.
FROM MAN A YUNK 6, 6-53, 734, 8-05, 822, 920,
10-45. 1130 a. m., 198, fi 15, 3, 8 63, 6, 625, 645, 745,
B B0. 8-43. 10-30 p. in.
Sunday i-au, , -3u, iuoo a.m., bu, i43, siu, o30,
6. 7-80. 10 D. m.
PLYMOUTH BRANCH. Leave Philadelphia at
7-80, iit5 a. m. anu o p. m. Leave ureiana at e-is,
iu a. m.. ana u-tiu p. m.
Sunday Leave Philadelphia at 9 a. m. and 719
Sunday Leave OrelaBd at 6-80 a id. and 6-3C p. ra.
The 7 40 a. ro. train from Norrlstown does not
stop at Magee's, Pott s Landing, Domino or bonus'
The 8 a. m. train from Norrlstown stops at Con-
Bhohocken and Manavunk only.
The 4 p. m. train np from Philadelphia la the only
train that stops at Domino Lane.
Chester Valley Railroad Leave Philadelphia at
4-40 p. m. Leave uowmngtown an d-u a m.
phoenlxvllle Train Leaves Philadelphia at 9 a. m.
and 1-30 p. m. Leaves Phcenlxyllie at 13-25 ands-20
For points on Perklomen Railroad leave Ninth
and Green at 130 p. m. Returning, leave Schwenks
vllle at 448 p. ih., arriving at Ninth and Green at 6-60
Passengers by 130 p. m. train connect at Phoenix
vllle with train for Pottstown and Reading.
Passengers taking the 730 and 7-35 a. in. and 6-30
p. m. trains from Nlntn and Green streets will make
viose connection with trains for New xorx at Inter
The 13 SO and B p. m. trains from New York ston
at intersecuou. u. a. mivuliLis,
-ITE8T CHE8TER AND PHILADELPHIA RAIL-
T T ttUAi- tumrai x.
On and after MONDAY, April 24.
Trains will leave and arrive at the Depot, THIRTY'
FIRST and CHESNUT streets, as follows:
For West Chester at 7-25 and 10 A. M., 8-80, 710,
and 11 -so P.M. Stops at all stations.
For Westchester at 445 P.M. This train stops
at stations west of Media ( Ireenwood excepted).
For B. O. Junction, e-80, 850 A. M., 13 M.t aud 4
and 6-30 P. M. Stops at all stations. The 6-30 P. M.
will run to wcbi t neuter on oaiuraays,
From West Chester at 630 and 10 A. M., 8, 6, and
656 P. M. Stops at ail stations.
From West Chester at 736 A. M. Stops at sta
tions west oi ueaia tureenwooa excepted).
From B. C .1 unction at 6-85, 8-10 A. M., 12 M., 4
and 6 P. M. StoDS at all stations.
A train will leave West Chester for Philadelphia at
o A. Ai. every juonnay.
Leave Philadelphia at 9 A. M. and 8-30 P. M.
Leave West Chester at 7 A. M. and 6 p. M.
H. K. SMITH, Superintendent,
nPHE PHLLADELPHIA AND BALTIMORE CBN-
A. J HAL KAJLKUAiJ. UUA1NGK Olf HOURS.
on and alter mom day. May 15, 1871, trams
will run as follows : Leave Philadelphia from depot
of P. W. A B. B, R., corner Broad street and Wash.
For Port Deposit at T A. M. and 430 P. M.
For Oxford at 7 A. M., 4-30 P. M.. aad 7 P. M.
For Oxford Wednesdays and Sattudaya only at
1-80 P. M.
ForChadd'i Ford and Chester Creek Railroad at
T a. nu, iu a. m., -so r. ana t p. ja. wednes
days and Saturdays only 880 P. M.
iu A. M. Uain will run to Kennett till otherwise or
dered. Train leaving Philadelphia at 10 A. M. connects at
Port Deposit with train for Baltimore.
Trains leaving Philadelphia at 7 A. M. and 480
P. M. connect at Chadd's Ford Junction with the
Wilmington and Reading Railroad.
Trains for Philadelphia leave Port Deposit at 988
A. M. and 426 P. M., on arrival of trains irom Haiti
Oxford at 6-00 A M., 1088 A. M, and 680 P. M.
fiundavs at 680 P. M. onlv.
Chadd's Ford at 726 A M.. 11-68 A M., 420 P. M.,
and 6-49 P. M. Sundays 649 P. M. only.
Passengers are allowed to take wearing apparel
onlv as baireave. and the company will not inanv
cabe be rcbpoustble for an amount exceeding one
nunarea aoiiars, umeas spevuu louirinv is maae (or
the same, mnm wuuu,
. general Buperlnteadent,
J)NNSYLYANIA CENTRAL RAILROAD.
ATTKR P. ISn SUNDAY, MAY 14. We.
The trains of the Pennsylvania central RaliroM
leave the Depet, at THIRTY-FIRST and MAR.
KET Streets, whJoh is reaohed dlreotly by the Mar
ket street ears, ths last ear connecting with each
train leaving Front and Market streets thirty
tnlnatoi before Its departure. The Chesnut and
Walnut street! ean ran within ene square of the
sieerlnr-eer tlokets ean be had on application
at the Tloket Office, N. W. eorner Ninth and Ohee
not streets, and at the Depot.
Agents of the Union Transfer Company will call
for and deliver baggage at the depot. Orders left
at No. 901 Chesnut street, or No. Ill Market street,
will receive attention.
TBAIHB LSAVB DBPOT.
Bryn Mawr Accommodatlou . . 680 A. M.
Mall Train 00 A M.
Lock Haven and Elmira Express . . e-40 A. M.
PaoU Aooouamodatlon.lO 10 A.M. 119 and 7-30P.M.
Fast Line ...... .13-40 P. M.
Krie Exoress ...... 12 40 P. M.
Harrisbura: Aeoommodatlon , '80 P. M,
Lancaster Accommodation ... 410 P. M.
ParkesburgTraln ... . 6-80 P.M.
Cincinnati Express . .... 720 P.M.
Erie Mall ana Buffalo Express . . 780 P. M.
First Paciflo Express .... 1000 P. M.
Way Passenger Train .... 11-10 P.M.
Cincinnati Express. Paciflo Express, and Erie
Mall and Buffalo ExpreSB leave dallv.
All other trains dally except Sunday.
The Western Aeoommodatlon Train runs daily,
except Sunday. For this train tlokets must be pro.
cured and baggage delivered by P. M. at No. Ill
Sanday Train No. 1 Isaves Philadelphia at 8 40
A. M.j arrives at PaoU at 9-4 A. M. Sunday
Train No. 9 leaves Philadelphia at 6-40 P. M.; ar
rives at PaoU at 740 P. M.
Sunday Train No. 1 ieavesFaoiiat0 WA.nl.;
arrives at Philadelphia at 810 A. M. Sunday
Train No. 8 leaves Paoll at 6 00 P. M.j arrives at
Philadelphia at 6-80.
TRAINS ARRIVB AT DBPOT.
Cincinnati Express . . . . 110 A. M.
Philadelphia Express . . 0 40 A.M.
Erie Mail . ... 0 40 A. M.
Bryn Mawr Accommodation . . 7-40 A.M.
PaoU Aeoooimodat'n. 8 ) a.. BL A 160 fc 6-40 P. M.
Parkesbnra: Train 9 00 A.M.
Fast Line and llunaio HJProBi . . i- zua.in,
Lancaster Train M.
Rrln Kxnregl . . . . . 0 00 P. M.
Look Haven and Elmira Express . 0 oo P. M.
Pftftlfla Exnress ...... trio r. bl.
Harrlsbarg Aeoommodatlon . . 940 P.M.
For further miormauon appij
JOHN r. TAN LEER, Jr., Ticket Agent.
No. W01 CHESNUT Street.
IHANCIS FUNK. Ticket Agent.
No. 116 MARKET Street,
SAMUEL Ii. WALLACE,
Tlnket Asrent at the Donot.
Tka Pennsvlvanla Railroad Company will not
assume any risk for Baggage, except for Wearing
Apparel, and Umlt their responsibility to One Hun
dred Dollars in value. All Baggage exoeedlng
that amount In value will be at the risk oi tit
Owner, unless taken by speolal oontraot.
A. J. OASSATT,
General Superintendent, Altoona,Pa
"VTORTn PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD THE
1 short Mlddlo Route to the Lehiirh and Wyom
ing Valleys, Northern Pennsylvania, Southern and
interior XNew lorn, uuiiaio. Auourn, itocneaior,
the great iakcs, ana tne iominion or utinaua.
Takes effect Mav 15. 1S71.
Sixteen Dally Trains leave Passenger Depot, cor
ner of Berks and American streets (Sundays ex
cepted), as roiiows:
7 oo a. ni. ( accommodation), for Fort Washington,
7-35 a m. (Express), for Bethlehem, Easton, Al
lentown, Aleut ii chunk, wiikesoarre, wllllams
port. Mahanov Citv. Kazleton. Plttston, Towanda,'
Waverly, Auburn. Elmira, and In connection with
the ERIE RAILWAY for Buffalo, Niagara Falls,
Rochester, Cleveland, Chicago, Ban Frauclsco, and
all points in tne ureat v est.
8 25 a. m. (Accommodation) for Doylestown.
9 45 a. m. (Express) for Bethlehem, Easton. Allen
town. Maucn Chunk. Wllllamsport, Wllkesbarre.
PittstoB, Scranton, Hackettstown, SohoolRy's Moun
tain, ana JN. j . centiai ana morris anu .ssex uau-
11 a. m. (Accommodation) for Fort Washington.
1'8J and B 80 rf. m. for Ablnaton.
8 p. m. (Express) for Bethlehem, Easton, Allen.
town, Mauch chunk, Mauauoy City, Wdkesbarre,
Pittsvon, aud uazieton.
2 30 o. m. (Accommodation) for Dovlestown.
At 8 20 p. in. (Bethlehem Accommodation) for
Bethlehem, Easton, Allentown, Mauch Chunk,
Wllkesbarre, and scranton.
At 4 p. m. (Accommodation) for Bethlehem.
4 80 p. m. (Mall) for Doylestown.
6 15 p. m. for Bethlehem, Easton, Allentown, and
8o p. ru. (Accommodation) for Lansdale.
8-lo and il-30 p. m. (Accommodatlou) fdr Fort
The Fifth and 8Ixth streets, Second and Third
streets, and Union Lines City Cars run to tne
TRAINS ARRIVE IN PniLADFLPHIA FROM
Bethlehem at 8 65 and 10-33 a. m. ; 215, 6 20, 8-15,
nd 10-20 p. m.
Doylestown at 8-25 a. m., 4-45 and 6-45 p. m.
Lansdale at 7 80 a. m.
Fort Washington at 920 and 1120 a. m., 805 and
10M 0 p. m.
Ablngton at 3 45 and 7 -no p. m.
Philadelphia for Bethlehem at 9-30 a. m.
Philadelphia for Doylestown at 2-00 p. iu.
Philadelphia for Fort Washington at 9 09 a m.
and 6 45 p. m.
I'ovlestown for Philadelphia at 6-45 p. m.
Bethlehem for Philadelphia at 4-oo p. m.
Fort Washington for Philadelphia at 10-00 a. m.
and 800 p. ra.
Tickets sold and baggage checked through to all
principal points at Mann's North Pennsylvania Big
gage Express Office, No. loe S. Fifth street.
May 18, 1871. ELLIS CLARK, Agent.
1ST JERSEY RAILROADS.
Trains wlll leave Philadelphia as follows: From
foot of Market street (upper ferry),
816 A. M., Passenger for iiiidveton. Salem,
Swedesboro, vlneland, sdlllvllle, and way stations.
11-46 A M., Woodbury AooorninodaU'iQ.
816 P. M., Passengerfor Cape May, Millvule, and
way stations below Glassboro,
8-80 P. M., Passenger for Bridgeton, Salem,
Swedesboro, and way stations.
8-30 P. M., Aooommodatlon for Woodbury, Glass
boro, Clayton, Swedesboro, and intermediate sta
Bretsgil Tratn leaves Camden dally, at 19 M.-
WII LIAM J SEWELL. Superintendent
IRON FOR LANDING
PIER, NEAR LEWES,
United States Engineer's Office, Phila-
DELPUIA, Pa., NO. 1330 CHESNUT STREET,
Mav 6. 1871.
SEAT ED PROPOSAL8, in duplicate, of the form
furnlshtd by the undersigned, with a copy of this
advertisement attached to each, will be received at
this Office until 12 o'clock M. on MONDAY, the 12th
day of June, 1871, for the supply of Wrought and
Cast Iron required for this work.
The Iron must be delivered on the railroad pier at
Lewes, or at the works where made.
The bids will state carefully the proposed places
of delivery, with the corresponding prices.
There will be required for the pier about one mil
lion eight hundred thousand pounds of rolled a id
hammered Iron, and about three hundred and fo.-cy
thousand pounds of cast Iron.
The present letting will be for about 600,000 pounds
of wrought iron and about 140,000 pounds of cast
Speclucstlcns and drawings can be seen at thla
Office, where Information will be supplied on appli
cation. Envelopes to be endorsed "Proposals for
J. D. KURTZ,
8 8 Lieutenant-Colonel of Engineers.
Office A. C. 8.,
Philadelphia, Pa., May 15, 1871.
SEALED PROPOSALS in duplicate will be
received at this office until 18 M,, June 15, 1871, for
furnishing the fresh beef required by the Sub
sistence Department, U. S. A., at this station during
six months, commencing July 1, 1871. Information
as to conditions, quality of beef, payments, etc.,
can be obtained by "PPn pRmcE
6 18 First Lieut. Ord., A. C. S.
i. t. I ASTON. HllAJUM."
SBIPPWO AND COMMISSION MERC3AST8,
No. 8 COENTIES SLIP. New York,
No. 18 SOUTH WHARVES, Philadelphia,
No. 40 W. PRATT STREET, Baltimore.
We are prepared to ship every description I
Freight to Philadelphia, New York, WUmlgton, ana
intermediate points with promptness and despatch.
Canal Boats and bTeani-Mige fornialxd at the aaortaal
OlIN KAKM M '& c6.COMMI8SION MER.
t) chants and Manufacturers of t'ouestuga Tick
liie. etc etc. No. iU CHESNUT bUeeL Philadel.
THOMAS i SONls, AUCTIONKtlU d NOS ,
139 and 141 a FOURTH Street
Pale No, 1815 N. Fifteenth street.
ELEGANT FUKNtll'RE. vaxUAUum PAINT
On Tuesday Mornlntr.
May 89. at 10 o'clock, oy cataioKue, the entire ele
gant oiled Walnut Furniture, KnglUh llniKsels Car-
nets, etc. Also, tne valuable Oil PaintiiiKS, Chromo-
Lithographs, and fine-line Engravings by European
end American artists. Furniture made to order oy
Uenkels. Catalogues reedy on Monday. 10 20 St
SALE OF STOCKS AND REAL ESTATE,
May 83, at 13 o'clock, noon, at the Exchange, will
Pine Stbket, No. 704 Genteel Dwelling.
Green, No. 1518 Modern Residence.
1'HlI.APEM'niA, Wll-MINOTON. AN D BALTIMORE R.
R. Brick xard, 5 seres, near Lamokln Station.
WALNUT, ISO. S'W Valuaoie Res'denee.
Spruce, No. 1703 Modern ResMence.
Twentieth and Pine, N. W. corner Modern
Fourth (South), wo. 43 iron Front store.
Tenth (South), No. 80s Modern hesldence.
Second (South), No. 815 Store and Dwelling.
Eleventh (North), No. 253 Modern Dwelling.
EKiHTBENTH (North), No. 1323 Modern Resi
Twenty-third and Lombard, s. w. c irner store
Jbffehson. southeast 01 upaai, uarmantown
10RK and THOMrsuN, n. w. coiner urics roun-
f11- . ' ,
r OURTH (worm), no. H3-ueuwm uwemux.
Fradkford Road and Manderson', N. . cor
Franeford road, near Allen store ana &tame.
Au.kn and Farhon Place Brick Dwelling.
Allen, Nob. 106 and 108 Brick Dwellings.
Ali en Street and Franeford Road, S. E. cor
ner Store and Dwelling.
Thirty-fifth, auove uray s crry itoaa loi. tea
Norris, No. 910 Genteel Dwelling.
Charlotte, No. 940 Genteel Dwelling.
Coatkb, No. B14 Oenteel Dwelling.
Coatkb, No. 616 Frame Dwelling.
Canpia Street Genteel Dwelling.
Eleventh, above Christian Threa Ya'.uaYift
$500 nontington and Broad Top RR. and Coal.
14000 Pennsylvania Canal Co. 6 per cent.
82000 Camden and Atlantic Railroad, 7 per cent.
(2000 State of Arkansas and Fort Smith RU., T
grnHJU v HJ 01 vv iiunuisporu, ra., o per cent.
81000 Western Pennsylvania RR., 6 per cent.
J4000 Louisville and Nasnvllle RR., 7 per cent.
$5000 Rochester Water Works, 6 per cent.
85000 Danville, Uazelton, and Wllkesbarre RR., 7
60 shares West Philadelphia Bank, par ilOO.
1 share Elmira and Wllllamsport RR.
13 shares and 32 CO of a share Rochester Water
1 share Academy or Fine Arts.
10 shares Hot-cast Porcelain Co., par 1100.
2 Lots (Nos. 1 and 11) Mount Marian Cemetery.
7000 shares New Creek Coal Co.
800 shares Pennsylvania Railroad Co.
75 shares National Bank of the Republic.
I share Point Breeze Park.
10 shares National Bank of the Northern Liber
1500 Fifth and sixtn streets rassenger ku.
way. 0 w as
85 snares uemrai national i;anK.
Catalogues now ready.
Sale No, 200 South Eleventh street.
HANDSOME FURNITURE, FINK CARPETS, ETC.
On Wednesday Morning,
May 24, at 10 o'clock, by catalogue, the entire hand
some furniture. Also superior tlreproof safe, made
by Fsrrel & Herring. 6 28 2t
HENRY W. fc B. SCOTT, JR., AUCTIONEERS,
No. 1129 CHESNUT Street (Glrard Row).
THOMAS BIKUrl HUH. A IHJT1UI, A1I
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 1110 Che.
riU A Ducci; rear euuautc hu jaui oauauiu buooi
RECEIVER'S 8ALE VALUABLE MACHINERY.
On Wednesday Morning,
May 24, at 10 o'clock, at No. 213 Arch street
Wonts' Building), will be sold by order of Charles P.
Hollahan, receiver, the entire contents of a machine
shop, consisting of lathes, shafting, belting, pulleys,
tools, benchts, lixturep, furniture, and impfementa
of trade. 8 82 2t
Catalogres will be issued ten days before the sale.
ONTING DORBOROW & CO., AUCTIONEER!!.
Nos. 833 and 884 MARKET street, corner 0
Bank street. Successors to John B. Myers A Co.
SALE OF S00O CASESBOOTS, snoSS, TRAVEL
LING BAGS, HATS, ETC.
On Tuesday Mornlug.
May 23, at 10 o'clk, on four months' credit 5 17 Bt
LARGE SALE OF FOREIGN AND DOMEsTIC
On Thursday morning.
May 25, at 10 o'clock, on four months' credit. 19 st
SALE OF CARPETINGS, OIL CLOTn8. BOO ROLLS
WHITE AND RED CHECK CANTON MAT
On Friday Morning,
May 16. at 11 o'clock, on four months'
credit. 6 20 6t
Y BARRITT A CO., AUCTIONEERS
CASH AUCTION HOUSE,
No. 230 MARKET Street, corner of Bank street,
cash advanced on consignments without extra
LAIiGB SALE DRY GOODS, HOSIERY, BLACK
SILKS, NOTIONS, TABLE AND POOKE V CUT
LERY, CASS1MBRES, DRESS GOODS, ETC.
On Tuesday Morning,
May 83, at 10 o'clock.
- At 11 o'clock, 100 casts men's, boys', and ladles'
Also, 160 cartons artlllcial flowers. 5 20 26
LARGE SALE 1000 CASES BOOTb, SHOES,
AND BROUANr, MEN'S AND BOYS' WOOL
AND CASS1MERE HATS, TRUNKS, ETC.
On Wednesday Morning.
May 84, at 10 o'clock, on four months' credit. 6 30 3t
IPPINCOTT, SON & CO., AUCTIONEERS,
Nos. 881 MARKET and 810 CHURCH Street.
CONCERT HALL AUCTION ROOMS, No, 1811
T. A. MCCLELLAND, AUCTIONEER.
Personal attention given to sales of household for
nlture at dwellings.
Public sales of furniture at the Anctlon Rooms.
No, 1319 Chesnut street, every Monday and Thart
For particulars see "Public Ledger."
N. 11 A superior class of furniture at private sale
E N R Y MOLTEN. AUCTIONEER.
BY HENRY MOLTEN CO..
Salesroom, Nos. 21 and 23 MERCER Street,
REGULAR TRADE SALE
FUR AND WOOL HATS,
LADIES' AND GENTS' READY-MADE FTTRS,
BTRAW, FELT, AND VELVET GOODS,
Every THURSDAY during the season.
Cash advances made on consignments wlthon
additional charges. 8 8
Just received, a Large Assort
rueut of the Latest Styles
WM. M. CHRISTY,
StatldDer and Printer,
No. 137 S. THlttD Street,
Opposite Girard Bank.
SAXON G R EE ft3.
Is Brighter, will not Fade, Costa Less than any old
because it will Paint twice as much surface.
, HOLD BY ALL DEALEltei IN
Corn Exchange Bag Manufactory.
JOHN T. BAILEY,
XT B. Cor. WATER and MARKET Eti.
ROPE AND TWINE, BAGS and BAGGING, for
Grain, Flour, Salt, Buper PhoBphate of Lime. Bona
Dust, Etc '
Large and small GUNNY BAGS constantly on
hand. Also, Wool SACKS. u ob
A LBXANDBR G. OATTBLL OO.'
i PRODUCE COMMISSION MKRCHAMTJL
No. 84 NORTH WflAUVJU
SO. It NORTH WATJTR BTHEET;
AXIZAVDU S. UnaxK ILUAJI CATYIl.