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THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, JUNE 9, 1871.
MUSICAL AND DRAMATIC.
The City Amnieminti.
At the Walnut "Rip Van Winkle" will ba
represented this evening by Mr. Joseph Jeffer
A matinee to-morrow.
At thb Akch Llna Edwin and her dramatic
company will appear this evening In the drama
At tub Chesnut Mr. Davenport will have a
complimentary benefit this evening. The per
formance will commence with the jetUe drama
of Tlie Old Guard, In which Mr. F. F. Mackay
wlU personate "Haversack," after which Mr.
Tborne will recite "Sheridan's Hide." The pro
tean farce of The Widow' Victim, with Mr.
Craig as "Jeremiah Clip," will then be given,
and this will be followed bv an address suitable
to the occasion, from Mr. Davenport. The per
formance will conclude with the farce of The
Bull in a China Shop. This benefit will afford
the admirers of Mr. Davenport an opportunity
to show their appreciation of his efforts both as
an actor and as a manaeer, and we hope that
the house will be crowded to Us utmost capa
citv. The regular season will close to-morrow eve
nine, when a performance will be given for the
benefit of Mr. George Metkiff.
At the Mdsbdm, Ninth and Arch streets,
the drama of Tlie Octoroon will be represented
this even in ir.
A matinee to-morrow.
" ' - v ITEMS.
Schbnck's Mandrake Pills.
The Liver is an organ of great Importance, so far
as a healthy digestion ana proper nutrition of the
body are con erned. The fact is, that a large ma
jority of all the diseases to which the human family
is liable arc caused by a deranged action of the
Liver, and consequent imoalred digestion and Im
perfect nutrition. It is a wm-i.rn truth
that a d'sordered Liver will cause an almost Infi
nite variety of disease, and create almost everj
conceivable symptom that disease In Its protean
form presents: hence the great Importance of a
healthy action of the Liver In order to keep the
system free from disease, and as a consequence a
good digestion, perfect nutrition, and a good old
age are the results.
In past ages, for disordered Liver, mercury, in
Bome of Us forms, was regarded as the only remedy ;
but as this drug acts upon all the secretions allke.and
being a mineral poison, its use would produce sali
vation and a breaking down of the vital powers.
A desideratum, long desired, was to discover
A remedy for disordered Liver that was as effica
cious as mercury and free from any of its injurious
results. After long and patient research in the
vegetable kingdom Schenck's Mandrake Pills were
discovered, having for their basis the Podophyllum
Peltatnm of botanists, but known in common par
lance as Mandrake, combined with other equally
-efficacious vegetable Ingredients, which Is peculiar
to Schenck's Mandrake Pills, and cannot be found
In any other preparation.
These Pills have been very extensively used for
years, and never have falledto relieve all derange
ments and disorders of the Liver, as thousands of
living witnesses can testify. In no one Instance
where they have been used, either by the smallest
child, most delicate lady, or robust man,
lave they ever produced any injurious
effects, but, on the contrary, the most
disordered Liver, in thousands of cases, by the use
of the Pills have been made to secrete a healthy
bile, as has been seen in the evacuations, restoring
this most important organ to a healthy condition,
giving to the hitherto unfortunate invalid restored
health, freedom from despondency, peace of mind,
and renewed happiness and pleasures in life.
Wekderotb, Taylor & Browm, Artists and Pho
tographers, No. 914 Chesnut street, invite attention
to their large list of Fine Art Work, embracing
everything that is most desirable in Portraiture.
Many of their styles, such as "Ivorytypes," "Minia
tures," "Crayons," and "Illuminate," are original
Special attention paid to copying old pictures.
A Sermon will be preacbed by the Rev. Thomas
A. Jaooar, Rector of Holy Trinity Church, in behalf
of the Midnight Mission, on Sunday Evening, ill h
Inst., at Christ's (P. E.) Church, Tulpehocken Street,
Mb. William W. Cassidt, the Jeweller at No. 8
South Second street, has one of the largest and most
attractive stock of all kinds of Jewelry and Silver,
ware In the city. He has also on hand a fine assort
ment of fine American Western Watches. Those
who onrchase at this itore at the present time are
certain to get the worth of their money.
Burnett's Florimel An exquisite perfume.
Fob Oysters always, 'fresh, fat, and inviting,"
Stewed, Steamed, Roasted, Panned, Broiled, Fried,
and Raw, go to Leach's, northeast corner Ninth and
ChesnuC Half peck steamed oysters, 26 cents.
Whitcomb's asthma Remedy Sure cure.
Breneman Mettknhbimer, On Wednesday eve
Ding, June 7, 1871, at the bride's residence, by the
j;ev. ji. w. nutter, u. v., nr. jacob a. crbnbman
to Miss Maky Mettenheimer, all of Pnliadeipnia.
Youno Johnston. On Thnrsdw evening, June
8, at Broad btreet M. E. Chnrctt, by the Kev. Bishop
.-Simpson, asststtd by Kev. George W. Maclaughlln.
Mr. W. Pen "Sound and Miss A. Vinnik, daughter
or nenry jonnston, Msg.
Babton. Suddenly, in Brooklyn, N. Y.. June 5.
Mary W.Vaill, wlfeoflB. Hall Barton, and youngest
daughter or r.ne late Kev. a. Lu vaui, or utcnneia,
conn , agea years.
Dawson. On Thursday evening, the 8th Inst..
IIenky Ansticb, infant B"n of T. Kussell and Annie
A. Dawson, aged 51 mouths and 11 days.
Levis On Friday. June 9. Mr. JosEpn C. Levis,
at the residence of his father-in-law, Mr. Paul C.
Budd, No. as North Third street, Cataden.
Due notice will be given of the funeral. '
McManemy. On the 8th lnst., Jake, wife of
banmei jucx aneniv.
The relatives aud friends of the family are respect
fully Invited to attend the funeral, from the resi
dence of her husoand, No. 1314 South Fifth street,
-on Monday afternoon, at 4 o'clock. To proceed to
Trinity P. E. Ground.
Mili.br On Wednesday morning, the 7th lnst.,
Ai bbkt B. Miller, son of Rev. Jeremiah Miller.
- The relatives and friends or the fainilv are re
spectfully invited to attend the funeral, from the
residence ot his father, No. 1100 cuiowatll street,
on Saturday afternoon next at 4 o'clock. To pro
ceed to the Woodlands Cemetery.
Shetzlikk Ou the 7th lnst., Mrs. Elizabeth
Shbtzmnk, relict of the late George Shetzllne, In
the soth year or her age.
The friends and relatives of the family are invited
to attend the funeral, from her la'e residence, No.
766 South Tenth street, on Saturday afternoon, the
Kith lust, at 4 o'clock. To proceed to Lafayette
Life Insurance Company
S.E. CORNER FOURTH AND WALNUT.
Bon. James Pollock,
J. Edgar Thomson,
Albert C. Roberta,
Hon. Alex. o. OattelL
James I., cwguorn,
Jienrv K. IWunett,
L. M. wmiidin.
Philip B. aimgio,
George W. Hill,
JOHN . KUI.
BECKBTART AND TSIA9PRER,
J Oil IX t).
0 19 fmw3m
for adMtitmai BrHnl Fntimt Jmidt rngm.
K5y DESTRUCTION OF SPRING GARDEN
Th tAT. tin vera of Philadelphia who are onnosed
to the destruction of Spring Garden Hall aro re
BpectfuUy Invited to attend a mass meeting, to be
held in that hall, on SATURDAY, the loth Instant,
at 8 o'clock P. M-, for the purpose of protesting
against the destruction or the hall, and to ask Coun
cils to repeal the ordinance passed April 81, 1S71,
which ordinance, under the pretense of appropriat
ing that property for "special purposes." Is construed
to authorize the useless and extravagant destruc
tion of that valuable and costly public building.
WILLIAM B. xuuJuAB, jno. 1320 spring uaraen
SAMUEL TOIIB, NO. 1344 Spring Garden Street.
V. COLK BT, No. 1330 Spring Garden street,
CHARLK8 T. PARRY, No. 1921 Arch street.
WILLIAM C. STROUD, No. 8110 Mount Vernon
WILLIAM P. HENS a BY, No. 600 N. Broaa street.
K. LONOSTRETH. No. 724 N. Sixteenth street.
WILLIAM HOBART BROWN, No. 8038 Wallace
JONATHAN DICKINSON, No. 1219 Wallace street.
ROBERT W OoD. No. 1313 Spring Garden street.
R.T. McOARTEI-.. No. 6 Thirteenth street.
WILLIAM JARDEN, No. 1342 Spring Uarden
WILLIAM E. TAPER, No. 1340 Spring Garden
ALBERT C. ROBERTS, Eleventn and vine streets.
JOSEPH COLLINS, No. 1236 Spring Garden street.
JOHN HAIR D, No. 1302 uprlng Garden street.
W. M. WELCH, No. 1230 Spring Garden street
S. JONS GARBER, No. 1329 Spring Garden
H. G. STCKEL, No. 1209 Wallace street
GEORGE J. YOUNG, No. Coo N. Thirteenth street.
THOMAS 8. hTERR, No. 472 N. Seventh street.
F. R. G ATCHELL, No. 1108 Green street, 6 9 2t
mess- NOTICE. TENTH REPRESENTATIVE DH-
TRIOT. The voters of every Precinct of the
Eleventh and Twelfth wards, which comprises the
new district under the apportionment, are
fully requested to meet at the Home of JOSEPH H.
EDWARDS, No 13 North FIFTH S treat, on
SATURDAY EVEN"0' " o'clock. It is Impor
tant Hint pv'r division should be represen'm.
ELEVENTH AND TWF.l "Til WARDS
tgy FINE BOOTS AND SHOES FOR
Made on improved lasts. Beauty, Comfort. Dura
8 20tf No. 83 South SIXTn Street, above Chesnut,
y- STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL AT CONCERT
nALL TO DAY aud TO-MORROW, for the
benefit of the Homoeopathic Hospital, under the
aosplces of the Ladles' Aid Association. It
THE BEST COAL.
ISAAC K. WrToHT & SON,
No. 124 South 8EOOND Btreet.
YARDS Corner EIGHTH and MASTER Sta, and
wfini No. 818 SWANSON 8t. above Queen.
JOHN W. THOMAS & CO.,
Nos. 405 and 407 17. SECOND S.reet,
Have Jast received a Fresh Assortment of
LLAMA LACE POICTTES
LLAMA LACE SACaUES,
Which they offer at
Exceedingly Low Prices.
s 22 wfmSmrp
SILKS, SHAWLS AND DRESS GOODS
No. 916 CHESNUT STREET,
Invites attention to his stock of
SILKS OF ALL KINDS,
INDIA AND OTHER SHAWLS.
Novelties lu Dress and Fancy Goods,
INDIA, PONGEE,; AND CANTON CRAPE IN
SHAWLS AND DRESS GOODS. 413 2mrp
ift, PARASOLS, 76a, fjl. tl'25: LINED, $1-28,
$l-60, fl-76; Slllt Sun Umbrellas, 90o., II, tl-23,
ll'CU, at JJ1AUJN ', JNO. Hi B. BL 3 II
THIBD ANNUAL EXHIBITION
National Photographic Association
OF THE UNITED STATES,
At Horticultural Hall,
JUNE 6 to 13. 10 A. M. TO 10 P. M.
GRANDEST DISPLAY OP
Photographic Works of Art
From all parts of the world ever made In America.
Wonderful, beautiful, Instructive. Single admission,
86 cents; season tickets, II; to be had of NortU
Co., Horticultural Hall, and at Photograph Galleries.
Promenade Concerts every evening. Musio by the
Also, the following:
AT THE AMERICAN ACADEMY OB" MUSIC,
RTnnrsoay evening, June 8, at rt o'clock, second
LKCTl'hK ON LIGhT, new and illimitable, by Pro
feasor HENBY MORTON, Ph. D.
Friday evening, June 9, at 8o'c!ock,;EXIIBiTION
IN THE BTEHiiOPTMON of the Association col
lection of views from all parts of the world, sue a a
collection as was never before exhibited, conducted
bv J. W. UL&CK. Esq., of Boston. Admission.
Thursday, aud Friday evenings, BOoents; secured
Beau, 7fl cents.
WM. H. RHOADd, Local 8cretary,
No. 1800 FRANK.KOUO Avenue.
EDWARD L. WIL80 V, Permaneut Secretary,
Ne. 8'i2 AKCH btreet. 6 26 rptf
BAKER, ARNOLD & CO.,
No. T10 CHESNUT Street,
Invite attention to their large assortment of
OF NEW AND BKAUTIKUL DESIGNS,
FINISHED IN GOLD-GILT, ORMOLU, VSRD-AN-
TIQUE AND IMPERIAL BRONZE,
Which tbey offer at prices
Lower than Ever Before Kuown.
6 5 lmrp
IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS FOR THE
CITY AND COUNTY OK PH1LADKLPUIA.
City of Philadelphia vs. RO BERT L. CU RRY, owner,
etc Lev. fa. ; aur claim. D. TO, Mo. 160.
The Auditor appointed by the Court to report dis
tribution ot the funds arising from the Sheriff's sale
under the above writ of all that certain two-tory
basement and stone dwelling-house aud lot of
ground, situate on the north side of Eadllne, for
merly Elm street. In the Twenty-fourth ward of the
city of Philadelphia, 2 feet eastward from Poplar
street, containing in front on Eadllne street 26 feet
inches, and in depth R feet to Grape street, will
meet the parties Interested, for the purposea of hla
appointment, on TUESDAY, the STthdayof June,
1871, at 4 o'clock P. M.. st his otllce, aoutheast cor
ner of WALNUT aud SIXTH Streets, Philadelphia,
when and where all persons are required to make
their claims, or to be debarred from coming upon
said fund. HENRY S. HAGERT,
9 fmw6t Auaitor.
LOST. JUNE fl. A LADY'S GOLD HUNTING
Case WATCH, No. 741T. The finder wul be
Wraii rewarded, by leaving it at No. 634 CUES.
NUl birtet. L
GRAND PUBLIC MEETING
rniLAPELPniA, May 2T, 1871.
HON. WILLIAM I). K EL LEY:
Itecognlzlng your position as a representative
American, with an intelligent interest In tho mate
rial progress of the country , we respectfully ask you to
address the Commercial Exchange and the Citizens
of Philadelphia, at yonr earliest conveutence, on the
development of the forthwest section of thecjntl-
ncnt by the building of the Northern Pacific Rail
road, and the effect of this new enterprise upon the
trade, manufactures,aud commerce of our State aud
Very respectfully, your obedient servants,
S. I. COMLY,
President Commercial Exchauge,
M. ItAlrD &. Co.,
E. HAKPliw JKFFRIES,
OKOKGE L. BfZUY,
B. J. CHRISTIAN,
BAMDEi. m. felton,
President Pennsylvania Steel Co.,
WASHINGTON J. JACKSON,
P. A. "KKLLER,
HERMAN J. LOMBSlERT,
President American Steamship Co.,
3. W. JONtJS.
Sec. Phiifl'lelphla and Reading R.R ,
rptlft.u a a a UffkTf
vm. Ja. Co. and P. C. and S. L. R. R.
j. a. fULii,
a. k. Mchenry,
euvvin n. benson,
JOHN P. WltTUKRILTy,
A. WHITNEY A SONS,
C. H. CLARK,
JAMES L. OLAOHORN,
J. EDGAR THOMSON.
President Pennsylvania Railroad.
President Lehigh Valley Railroad.
K. A. ROLLINS,
N. B. BROWNE.
JOHN JORDAN, J ft.,
HENRY H. BINGHAM.
ALEX. G. CATTELL & CO.,
DELL NOBLIT & OO.,
LOU-AN BROS. & CO.,
HENRY D. WELSH,
DANIEL SMITH, JR.,
WILLIAM G. CROWELL,
J. w. FORNEY,
WILLIAM O. LONOSTRETH,
President P., w. and B. Railroad.
W. W. HARDING,
GEO. H. ST TJAR'l ,
A. P. COLESBERRY,
JOEL .1. BATLY & CO.,
JOHN O. JAMES,
SAMUEL H. SHIPLEY,
THOMAS O. HANu,
D. B. CUMMINS,
ARTHUR G. OH'FIN.
HENRY D. SHERRERD,
J. P. AERSTEN.
Treas. H. and B. T. M. R. andl Coil Co.
M. P. HUTCII1N80N,
President Catawlasa RalhoaL
W. L. GILROY.
Treasurer Catawlasa Railroad.
F. A. COMLY.
President North Fennsy.vanU R. R.
w. A. W OOP,
E. C. KNIGHT & CO.,
R. If. DOWNING.
President B. and S. R. R. Co.
PHILADELPHIA, Juan 5, 187 1.
Your invltitlon to adlress the cltizeris of Philadel
phia on the development of the Northwestern sec
tion of the United States by the building of the
Northern Pacific Railroad, and the effect of this en
terprise upon the trade, manufactures, and com
merce of our State and city, invites me to continue
in the advocacy of an enterprise for the promotion
of which I have, as opportunity offered, labored for
more than a quarter of a century.
I will find pleasure In complying with yonr request
on the evening of MONDAY NBXT, the 12th lnst.
With thanks for the flattering terms In which yon
were pleased to express your wishes, I am,
Very truly, yours,
To S. T. Comly, J. Edgar Thomson, Thomas A. Scott,
John O. James, M. isaird & Co., George H. Stuart,
In conformity to the above invitation and accept
Grand Public Meeting
Merchants, Manufacturers, Bankers,
Iiadesmen and Citizens
WILL BE HELD AT THE
American Academy of Hush,
XffOHDAY, Juno 12,
At 8 o'clock P. 31 ,
Where Addresses will be delivered by the
Hon. Wm. D. Ilelley,
Son, Celeucius Carfieldo,
Delegate in Congress from Washington Territory
On the Development of the Northwestern Section of
our Country, and the effect of the Building
Of the Northern Paclflo Railroad on
the Trade, Manufactures and
Commerce of Pennsyl
vania and the
City of Philadelphia.
McCLUKG'S LIBERTY COKNKT BAND
Will enliven the proceedings.
Tickets can be bad at the Newspaper Offices,
Hoard of Trade, ana commercial oicnauge.
By order of the Committee.
Ales P. Co)esborryf
7 30 GOLD LOAN.
JAY COOKE & CO.
ARE NOW SELLING AT PAR,
2 ho First X&ortgage Land
Qrant Gold Conds
Northern Pacific Railroad
BEARING SEVEN AND THfc EE-TENTHS PBtl
CBNT. GOLD INTEREST; AM SECUKED BY
FIRST AND ONLY MONTGOK ON THE EN
TIRE ROAD AND EQUIPMENTS, AND ON
23,000 Acres of Land
to everv mile cf tragic, or nnn a.tpu nt T.nnii to
each 11,( 00 Bond. There Is no other security In the
lUHrict muicBrtic urau pruuiaoie.
The highest current nrlon ni h nuid for n. R.
FlVE-TWANTIEw, and all other marketable se
curities received In exchange.
Pamphlets, Maps, and fall information furnished
JAY COOKE & CO.,
Philadelphia, New Yorfc, Washington,
FINANCIAL AGENTS NORTHERN PACIFIO
For sale In Phllsdelnhia hv
BOWEN ft FOX, No. is Merchants Exchange.
SEVENTH NATIONAL BANK, N. W. cor.Fourt
WM. PAINTER fc CO.. No. 88 S. Third street.
GLEND1NNIFG, DAVIS 4 CO., No. 4S S. Third
TOWNSEND WHELEN ft CO. No. 809 Walnut St.
BULL fc NORTH, No. 131 S. third street.
T. A. tJj uDLbi No. 820 Walnut street.
D. C. WHARTON SMITn & CO., 181 8. Third
STERLING k CO., io. 110 S. Third street.
J. H. TROTTER, No. 8'Z2 Walnut street.
c. T. i Eitii.s, jr., co.. No. ao 8 Third street.
WM. T. ELBERT, No. 821 Walnut street.
S. M. PALMER ft CO., No. 26 8. Third Btreet.
1. M. ROBINSON fc CO., No. 18S S. Third street.
SAMUEL WORK, No. 64 S. Third street.
J. 8. RUSHTON t CO., No. 60 8. Third street.
GEO. it. BOYD, No. 18 South Third street.
HAL&l a wilson, ino. 41 S. Third street
WALLACE A KEENE. No. 143 S. Third street.
H. H. WILTBANK, No. 805 Walnut street.
M. SCHULTZ ft CO., No. 44 S. Third Street.
WILLIAM C. MORGAN & CO.. No. 23 S. Third at.
NARR & LADNER, No. 80 S. Third street.
BIOREN ft CO., No. 160 8. Third street.
JOHN K. WILDMAN, No. 28 8. Third street.
P. S. Peterson fit GO.. No. 89 8 Third street.
B. K. JAMISON ft CO., N.W. cor. Third & Chesnut.
KMORY, REASON & go., No. 6 8. Third street.
W. H. STEVENSON, No. S23 Dock street.
BARKER BROS, ft CO.. No. 28 8. Third street.
JAMES E. LEWARS & CO., No. 29 8. Third street.
G. fc. w. y. heberton, No. 69 s. Third street.
CnARLES B. KEEN, No. 8M Walnnt street.
WILLIAM T. GARTER, No. 813M Walnut street.
W. H. 8HELMERDINE, No. 10 8. Third street.
JAOOB E. RIDQWAY, No. 68 P. Third strpeU
MEGARY & PEALE, No. 12 S. Third street.
JOHN MOSS, Jr., No. 208 Walnut street.
u. r. UACtiMAN, No. 26 s. Third street.
Safe Home Investment.
Sunbury end Lewistown Railroad
7 rsn cuur. gold
First Mortgage Bon s.
Interest Payable April and Octo
ber, Free or State and United
We are now orTerinar the balance of the loan nr
tl,200,ooo, which is secured by a first aud only lien
on the entire property and franchises of the Com
At OO and the Accrued Interest
The Road is now rapidly approaching completion.
with a larso trade in COaL. IKON, and LUMBER.
In addition to the passenger travel awaiting the
openmg of this greatly needed enterprise. The local
trade aione is sumcientiy large to sustain the Koad.
We have no hesitation in recommending the Bonds
For pamphlets, with man and fall Information.
PAINTER & CO.,
Dealers in Government Securities,
No. 36 South THIRD Street,
B. K. JAMISON & CO.
P.F.KELLY & CO,
BANKERS AND DEALERS IN
Gold, Silver, and Government Sondt
At Closest Market Rates,
K. W. Cor. THIRD and CHESNUT Sti
Special attention given to COMMISSION ORDERS
In New York and Philadelphia Stock Boards, etc.
JOHN S. RUSHTOH I CO..
BAHKEHS AND BROKERS.
GOLD AND COUPONS WANTED.
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
no. CO South THIRD Street.
I W PHILADELPHIA.
ELLIOTT, COLLIfiS S CO.,
No. 109 South THIRD Street.
MEMBERS OP STOOK AND GOLD EX
DEALERS IN MERCANTILE PAPER,
GOVERNMENT SECURITIES, GOLD.Eto.
DRAW BILL8 OF EXCHANGE ON THE
UN ION RANK OF LONDON. 1 8 f mw
B30 WALNUT St.,
JAY COOKE & CO.,
PHILADELPHIA. NEW YORK and WASHINGTON.
JAY COOKE, McCUUOCH t CO.
Dealen in Government Securities.
Btieclal attention triven tn thn Pnrntiaan and Hal.
of Bonds and stocks on Commission, at the Board ol
uroKers in this and other cities.
INTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS,
COLLECTIONS MADE ON ALL POINTS. '
GOLD AND SILVER BOUQHT AND 80L
In connection with our London House we are now
prepared to transact a general
FOREIGN EXCHANGE BUSINESS,
Including Purchase and Bale of Sterling Bills, and
the Issue of Commercial Credits and Travellers' Cir-
cuiar Letters, available In any part or the world, and
are thus enabled to receive GOLD ON DEPOSIT,
and to allow four per cent, interest in currency
Having direct telegraphic communication wit
both our New York and Washington Offices, we can
offer superior facilities to our customers.
RELIABLE RAILROAD BONDS FOR INVEST
Pamphlets and full information given at our office,
B 8 Bmrp No. 114 S. THIRD street. Phllada.
Wilmington and Reading
7 TX2H CBHT. BOHTBS,
Free of Taxes.
We are ofTerlug the Second Mortgage
Bonda of this Company
AT 82 AND ACCRUED INTEREST.
Interest Payable January aud
The Bonda are in
SICCCs, 8500s, and SIOOs,
AOa can De REGISTERED free of excenae. The
road Is doing a good business, with prospects of con-
This issue is made to procure additional rolling
Bon8, Pamphlets, and information can be ob
DE HAVEN & BRO.,
No. 40 South THIRD Street.
IWGAGEoniyS 1 2,500 PENILE
FIDELITY INSURANCE, TRUST, AND SAFE
Special Attention of Investors
Is now called to tfce
First Blortgage Bonds
BRIDGETON AKD PORT NORRiS
7 PER CEIT., FREE OF ALL TAXES.
This road runs from the mouth of Maurice Elver
to Brldgeton, ew Jersey, where it connects with
West Jersey Railroad.
The fact that this Mortgage Is but for 112,500 ner
mue, ana mat stocKSUDscripuoa. nave oeen HHeurea
equal to 40 per ct nt. of that amount, places tola loan
upon tne nruiebt oasis ana gives to it unusual ue
cnrltT. They can be registered, and are in sums of $too,
tr00. SIOOO. Interest payable April ami October.
They are onered for tne present at uu ana accrued
For further particulars and pamphlets apply to
D. C. WHARTON SMITH & CO.,
BANKERS & IJKUKKHS,
No. 121 SOUTH THIRD STREET,
6 !tf PHILADELPHIA.
Nos. 51 and 53 S. THIRD St.
Dealers in Mercantile Paper, Collateral Loans,
Government Securities, and Gold.
Draw Bills of Exchange oa the Union Bank of
London,and Issue travellers' letters of credit through
Messrs. BOWLES BROtj & CO., available in all the
Cities of Europe.
Make Collections on all points.
Execute orders for Bonds and Stocks at Board 01
. Allow Interest on Deposits, subject to check at
PAID TO THE PURCHASE AMD BALK OP
Stocks and 25onds,
Here and in New York, and every facility furnished
to parties desiring to have them carried.
D. C. WHARTON SMITH i CO.,
BANKERS & BROKERS,
Ko. 121 SOUTH THIRD STREET
6 SI PHILADELPHIA.
BURLINGTON, CEDAR KAPIDS
Fb st Hoxtgage 7 Per Cost. Gold Bot ds
At 80 and Accrued Interest la Currency.
On a Completed Road,
Free of U. S. Tax.
This road Is now in the dullest snason of the year
eatnliiK more thaul'i per ceut. net ou the amount
of Us mortage obligations.
Its 7 per cent, gold bomts are einal tor security
to Oovtrnii cut or any Kailroad 14119. Thny com-
ruana a reany marKet, ana we are prepared to buy
and sell them at all tines. No investment In the
market, possessing equal Ruarantees ot safety, re
turns an equal percentage ot lutrent. The Chicago
bur:irgton, aud yulncy has giveua tratllo giaran
tee, and obligates itself to Invest in these bouds 60
per cent. 01 tne gioss PBrnicps fierivert from all
business from this road. This Is sufficient Indication
of the estimate ol this enterprise by the largest aud
moot fur-bighted corporation in the West. A limited
quantity still lor sale by
HENRY CLEWS & CO.,
No. 32 WALL Street, Now Tort.
For tale in Philadelphia by
Do Haven & Oros.f
Elliott, Collins & Co.,
Townscnd Whelcn & Co.,
Barker Bros & Co.,
W. H. Shelmordlne & Co.,
And by Bankers and Brokers generally. 4 S3 wf tjis
CGUPOH OR REGISTERED LOAN
City of Williamsport, Pennsylvania,
With both principal and interest made absolutely
secure by htate aud municipal legislation,
for sale at
AND ACCRURED INTEREST, BY
P. 6. PETERSON & CO..
Bankers and stock Brokers
No. 39 S THIRD STREET,
NO STORE ON
821 CHERRY St.
FIRE AND BURGLAR PROOF 8 AH B
Tl nn- ft . nl !
SAFES CHESNUT St
D 0 fmwcm
Established In 1854.
ETO. ETO. ETO,
C. & A. PEQUIGNOT,
No. 603 CHESNUT STREET,
A BUrElUOR ASSORTMENT AT
VJholesalo and Retail. All at
1 P. KUAinSJIanuractures
Wo. 39 North NINTH Street,
eSOlrolp BELQW ARCS 8TR2CT.