THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH PHILADELPHIA FRIDAY, JUNE 30, 1871.
LOVE OF CHILDREN.
From the- London Saturday Review.
Of all tbe qualities for which a human
being can be admired, perhaps there is none
that strikes ns as more thoroughly amiable
than a love of children. If it were possible
to construct a moral saeetaarometer for noea
STirLng the degree of inherent sweetness in a
man's nature, we should probably discover
that it varied alniot.t directly as the sympathy
which be felt for very young infants. Human
beings have fortunately or unfortunately, as
the case may be developed no peculiarity
more decisively as civilization advances than
power of concealing their feelings. Bitter
eiperiencehas taught them to be scrupulously
reticent in the matter of infants.
Were it not for that ciroumstance,
we might obtain a very fair estimate
of the amiable propensities existing
in various persons by presenting to them a
baby under six months old, and observing
bow they were affected by it. The most sen
sitive would have their benevolent affections
raised to boiling-point, whilst the more stolid
would Bink far below zero. And yet, admit
ting this as a fact of experience, we may
perhaps ask without offense whether there is
ny justification for the sentiment on grounds
of pure reason. Why should we be called
upon to love a small lump of fat and gristle
with an infinitesimal infusion of soul rather
than a fully developed human being ? Some
people might answer that a child is more
innocent than a grown-up man. In
one sense of the word this is undoubtedly
true, but it is the sense in which innocence
ceases to be a recommendation. We do not
admire an idiot because be has not maintained
any theories destructive of all genuine reli
gion, or even a rich man because he has not
shown any marked propensity to steal. Inno
cence is good in so far as it implies a resolute
resistance to temptation; but if the innocent
person is altogether beyond the reach of a ay
temptation, he so far ceases to be inte
resting. A baby has not shown a marked
propensity for spirituous liquors; but then
it has been reduced to a llobson's choice
in regard to its consumption of
food; it has not displayed homicidal tenden
cies, but it has abstained from committing
murder for the best of all possible reasons.
To love any one for a pure negative, for not
being malevolent when he or she is equally
free from benevolence, seems to imply a pal
pably erroneous inference. And therefore,
so far as the sentiment is to be estimated by
its accordance with reason, the baby-hater
would seem to have just as good a justifica
tion as the baby-lover, and the only sensible
frame of mind would appear to be a complete
indifference to these rough draughts of hu
manity. We should wait till the features
become more pronounced, and till we ban tell
whether the soft mass of breathing and mov
ing flesh and blood is more likely to develop
into a Nero or a St. Paul.
Another form of the argument is, that we
ought to be more aff ected by the sight of
infant suffering. That we are in fact more
easily moved is undeniable; the sight of a
starving child, or even of a child afliioted by
some purely trilling sorrow, is undoubtedly
more affecting than that of a grown-up man
Buffering far more serious calamity. And
yet again we must ask whether this sentiment
can be justified in cold blood ? A child, it is
said, has done nothing to deserve the ago
nies of hunger under which it
is suffering. But who can say whether
a grown-up man deserves the pain a bit more
fully? Take an unlucky pauper, gradually
sinking under ill-treatment till he becomes
the subject of a sensation paragraph in the
newspapers. Why should we care for him
less than for one of the wretched infants who
are gradually put out of the way in a biby
f arming establishment? lie deserves it, it
may be said; but how? Was he ever brought
up to understand the duty he owes to man
kind? Was he ever brought up to be indus
trious, or prudent, or independent? So far
as we can tell, he is the victim of external
circumstance just as much as the
helpless infant which perishes , before
it has bad the opportunities of learning which
have never come to its elders. Why should
we be less moved when the tragedy has been
protracted over sixty years, instead of being
acted within a tenth part of the same num
ber of months ? If anything, our sympathies
should be due rather to the victim of defective
social arrangements who has Buffered long
est and been most fully conscious of his
misery. Yet, as a fact, most people would
feel far more deeply moved, and we should
generally admit that they ought to
be more deeply moved, by the story
of tortures inflicted upon helpless in
fants than by that of much greater tortures
inflicted upon adults who in all but name
are equally helpless for all practical pur
poses. If it is amiable to feel more strongly
in proportion to the degree in whioh a suf
ferer is incapable of sharing our thoughts
and responsibilities, why should we draw the
line at infants ? The range which we give to
our sympathies seems tobe strangely capri
cious. Sensible people are fond of a child as
soon es it begins to talk intelligibly, but do
not care much for children who are below or
much above that limit. A boy of ten or
eleven is a noxious being in the eyes of many
who are profoundly affected by the sight of a
child just able to totter about on uncertain
limbs. More amiable people go a little fur
ther, and are fond even of an infant in arms;
bnt then, for the most part, they draw a hard
and fast line between children and monkeys.
Why, if we are profoundly touched by the
attempts of a child to imitate grown-up
people, by the
Fragments of his dream of human life,
Soaped by himself with newly-learned art,
should we be simply disgusted when our poor
relations try to do tbe same thing? A monkey,
with a grotesque appearance of being little
lower than a negro, nils many benevolent
people with intense repugnance: the infant,
who has yet developed scarcely any faculties
that it does not possess in common witn tue
lewer animals, affects them to tears by similar
indications of nascent intellect. Sympathy
does not seem to increase in any intelligible
ratio to the resemblance of its object to
ourselves. We are delighted with a baby be
cause it is like ns; we are disgusted with a
monkey because it is like us in a slightly in
ferior degree; and we are pleased again with
dog because it shows some traces of an in
tellect such as our own, though at a still more
remote distance. How are we to discover a
formula which will acoouut for these vagaries
of feeling, and bhow why the successive terms
of a continuous series produce alternately
loathing and delight?
We might possibly, if it were worth while,
suggest some reasons for tbe phenomenon;
but there is at least one which will scarcely
bear inspection. We are not biassed by the
intrinsic merits of tbe animal. Lord Palmer
tton produced much scandal and a good deal
of amusement by promulgating the herMcl
tLtory that all people are boru good. With
out tliwciifbing th ttieological bearings of lhin
doctrine, we may at W-t say that it will
burdly bear inspection from a scientific point
of view. Rudimentary vices are as con
spicuous in little children as rudimentary
irtues. Let anybody observe -candidly a
child of two or three years old. There is
scarcely any defect which it would not be
possible for an unprejudiced person to dis
cover. Such a child may be benoveleat,
courageous, and conscientious acoording to
its little lights. But certainly it is also very
apt to be sensual, selfish, and spiteful, and to
show these qualities with a frankness which
generally disappears in later life. It is
greedy without blushing; it will appropriate
the belongings of its little brothers and sis
ters with the utmost coolness; and it will
tell lies as soon as it begins to discover what
is the use of language. Painters generally
please themselves by portraying infant saints
and martyrs; but if they were anxious to in
dulge in realistic representations they would
have no trouble in finding models for infant
Judases, Cains, or Sapphiras. We generally
excuse the misdeeds on the ground that our
infant darlings know no better; but,
if we insisted on strict impartiality,
the same argument would take
all the merit out of their virtues. Children,
indeed, sometimes develop the failings ot an
advanced civilization with a precocity which
is rather amusing. Thackeray, than whom
nobody was a greater lover of children, some
where relates an instructive anecdote. Half-a-dozen
children are playing with a puppy,
and manufacturing mud-pies. To them enters
a companion, and exclaiais, "Mary Jane,
your sister has found a penny." Straightway
tbe puppy is put down as if it were so much
dress, the mud-pies are abandoned, and the
little band of courtiers gathers round the in
fant millionaire and accompanies her to the
apple-stall. Were not these infants in course
of preparation if only the Fates were pro
pitious to appear in some future Book of
SMALL-POX IN NEW JEIiSEY.
An Alarming Stnte of Affair In Orange A
ScumUou In Newark,
In the pretty town of Orange, five miles dis
tant from Newark, the absorbing topic of con
versation just now is small-pox and its alarming
spread In the place. As in Newark, there is a
law requiring all persons stricken down with the
dieeaee to be reported by the physician to the
health authorities, bat as in Newark, they do as
they please, and they don't please to report.
Tho cases that are reported are entered in a
book, and this is kept under lock and key from
tbe lynx-eyed newspaper reporters, lest they
might publish the facts and do what the board
does not do give people proper warning as to
the locality of tbe disease, and how to avoid
coming in contact with it. As it is people are
in an indescribable state of dread, Imagining
that matters are ten times worse than is really
The town authorities of West Orange are
taking great pains to keep the disease from
spreading in their limits. A hospital has been
provided, and vaccination provided lor and
ordered in every proper case.
.Newark, too, is 6till agitated about the epi
demic. Yesterday one Patrick Murphy turned
up in tbe office of the Overseer of the Poor in
quest of alms. At a glance it was discovered
thai he was covered with small-pox 6ores. He
stated that he had come from Belleville in a
horse-car crowded with people, and that he was
in search of a doctor. lie further stated that a
week ago he emigrated to New Jersey from
New York. He was promptly removed to the
Small-pox Hospital and his companions marched
back to the metropolis. The greatest anxiety
is felt in Newark and Belleville to know which
car it was they rode in N. Y. Ilerald, to-day.
Jgy PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD COMPANY,
Pnii.iDBi.riHA, May a, lan.
The Board of Directors have this day declared a
semi-annual dividend of FIVE PER CENT, on tho
capital stock of the Company, clear of National
and State taxes, payable In cash, on and after May
Blank powers of attorney for collecting dividends
can be bad at the office of the company.
The office will be open at 8 A. M., and close at 3
P. M., from May 30 to June 2, for the payment of
dividends, and after that date from 9 A. M. to 3
P. M. THOMAS T. FIRTH,
5 8 2m Treasurer.
gy TO HOLDERS OF OHIO STATE STOCKS.
Notice Is hereby given that the Interest due
July 1, 1871, on the Funded Debt of the State of
Ohio, will be paid at the American Exchange
National Rank, in the City of New York, from tlie
1st to tbe 16tli proximo, and thereafter at our office
in this city.
The transfer books will be closed for one month
from the 16th lunt.
Columbus, Ohio, June 12, 1871. 8 17 lm
JAMES II. (HDMaN, Auditor of State.
IHAAC B. SHERWOOD, Sec of State.
FRANC14 B. BOND, Attorney-General.
Commissioners of Sinking Fund of State of Ohio.
&f- STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, THEA-
Columbia, S. C, June 1, 1S71.
The Interest maturing July 1, 1871, upon the
Bonds of tbe Slate of bouth Carolina, will be paid
In gold on and after July 1, at tbe Banking Houso of
H. II. Kimpton. Financial Agent of the State, No. 9
Nassau street, New York, and at tbe South Carolina
Bank ami Trust Company, In Columbia.
The Interest rnatutlng upon Registered Stock at
that time will he paid at the Treasury Oillee only.
0 17 Sut N1LES O. PARKER, State Treasurer.
BATCH ELOR'S HAIR DYE. THIS SPLEN
did Hair Dve Is the best In the world, the only
true and perfect Dye, Harmless Reliable lustan
tBBeous no disappointment no ridiculous tints
" Dot nt t contain Lewi nor any Vitalie Potion to in
jvrein, Ilair or Sjtem." Invigorates the Hair and
leaves It soft and beautiful ; Black or Brown.
Sold by all Druggists and dealers. Applied at the
Factory, No. 16 BUND Street, New York. 2T vawli
gs- STATE OF ILLINOIS, TBEABURER'S OF
FICE, Spkinufielo, May 25, 1871.
The Interest which will become due upon btock of
the State of Illinois on the first Monday of July,
1671, will be paid at the American Exchange Na
tional Bank, in tbe City of New York, from the 8d to
the 17th days, Inclusive of July, proximo.
ERA8TU8 N. BATES,
6 17 lm State Treasurer.
tfjf PILES. DR. O UN NELL DEVOTES HIS
time to the treatment of Piles, blind, bleed
ing, or itching. Hundreds of cases deemed incura
ble witnout an operation nave oeen peruiauouuj
cored.- Best city reference given,
i. oince, no. xi .
S- DISPENSARY FOR SKIN DISEASES, NO.
' Sl 8. ELEVENTH Street.
Patients treated gratuitously at tola Institution
dally at 11 o'clock. lit
tfiy JOTJVEN'S KID GLOVE CLEANER
restores soiled gloves equal to new. For sale
by all druggists and fancy goods dealers. Price 80
cents; n ottle. 11 88raw
ST DR. F. R. THOMAS, No. 911 WALNUT ST.,
formerly operator at the Colton Dental Rooms,
devotes his entire practice to extracting teeth with
oat pain, with fresh nitrous oxide gas. 11 17
jyj R S, B. D I L L O I
NOB, 883 AND 831 SOUTH 8TREET,
FANCY AND MOURNING MILLINERY, CRAP It
Ladies' and Misses' Crape, Felt, Gimp, Hair, Badu,
Bilk, Straw and Velvets, Hats and Bonnets, French
Flowers, Hat and Bonnet Frames, Crapes, Ltcea,
Silks, fcaiinM, velvets, KJbbons, Basnea, urnameuui
and all kinds of Millinery Goods.
FILBERT KTKEET WHARF,
ONOWDON KAU'S OOAL DEPOT, CORNER
O DILLWtpJ and WlLXOW street. umiga ana
SchayikUl COAL, prepared expreawy lor lamny use
at U0 lowest oaau yruwa. a
JAY COOKE & CO.
are now selling, and recommend as ft profl table and
safe Investment for all classes,
The First Mortgage 7-30Gold Bonds
Northern Pacific Railroad
They have 80 years to run, bear Seven and Three-
tenths per cent, gold Interest (more than 8 per cent,
urrency), and are secured by first and only mort
gage on the ENTIRE ROAD AND ITS BQUiV
MENTS, and also, as fast as the Koad Is completed,
on 83,0( 0 acres of land to every mile of track, or 600
acres for each 11000 Bond. They are exempt from
U. S. tax ; principal and Interest are payable In gold.
Denominations Coupons, (100 toflOOO; Registered,
ioo to fio.ooo.
Northern Pa-iflc 7-SO's are at all times receivable,
at TEN PER CENT. ABOVE PAR, in exchange for
the Company's lands, at their lowest cash price.
The proceeds of all sales of lands are required to
be devoted to the repurchase and cancellation of the
First Mortgage Bonds of the Company. Tbe Land
Grant of the Road exceeds Fifty Million Acres in the
most fertile portion of the Northwest, aad tho de
mand for the Company's lands for settlement already
exceeds the ability of the Government to complete
the surveys. This Immense Sinking Fund will un
doubtedly cancel the principal of tie Company's
bonded debt before it falls due.
Holders of U. S. Five-twenties, who wish to con
vert them into a first-class railroad security, can do
so at a present profit of about 12 per cent., while In
creasing their Interest Income nearly one-fourth, by
exchanging them for Northern Ppelna 7-308,
All marketable ttocks and bonds be received
in exchange, free of express charges, at their highest
current price. Fnll Information, maps, pamphlets,
etc., will be furnished on application to any agent
for the loan, or to
JAY C00KE & CO.,
Philadelphia, New York or Washington,
A STATU BOND
BOTH IN ONE.
PER CENT. GOLD BONDS
Selma and Gulf Railroad Co.
GUARANTEED BY THE STATE OF ALABAMA.
FOR BALK AT 90 AND ACCRUED IN
TEREST IN CURRENCY.
These Bonds are a First Mortgage noon a Ant-
class completed Trunk Line of Railway extending
from Selma, Alabama, to Pensacola, Florida tbe
finest harbor on the Gulf. The payment of both
principal and Interest la guaranteed by tbe State of
Alabama, wnose currency obligations sell in tbe
market at 104. Tbe total direct dent of tbe State la
only 6.000,000,and the indirect possible Indebtedness,
caused by its railway guarantees, amounts only to
$9,000,(00, making the maximum possible iodebted
edness of the State below tis.ooo.oou, which sum is
less man us ueni in isai, wneu aa issue or bonds to
the extent of ie,600,u00 was mide to estabilsn a
Dankirg system, which debt was reduced by redemp
tion to 14,000,000 In 1861, previous to the war. The
taxable property of the tuate Is now thrice what it
was at that time, and the population more than
Tbe Bonds offered are thus equally valuable
either as a Railroad Mortgage or as a State Bond ;
and with the don We security thus provided, we un
hesitatingly recommend them as equal to any Invest
ment in the market.
PEICE,95 and ACCRUED INTEREST
All n ark et able securities taken In exchange, free
of express charges.
ramp Diets and circulars rurntsnea.
HENRY CLEWS & CO.,
No. 3 WALL STREET, NEW YORK,
FOR SALE IN PHILADELPHIA BY
DoHavcn & Bros.,
Elliott, Collins & Co.,
Townsend Whelen & Co.,
Darker Bros. A, Co.,
W. H. Shelmerdine & Co.,
Bowon & Fox,
And by Bankers and Brokers generally. 6 20 mthslm
NEW GENERAL MORTGAGE BONDS
PHILADELPHIA AUD READING
Seven Per Cent. Per Annum In Currency
or Six Per Cent. Gold.
Free from all Taxes.
Forty Years to Run, with Sinking Fund
Interest payable June 1 and December 1.
Seven per cent, bonds, either coupon or regis
tered, at option of purchaser.
Six per cent.gold bonds, coupons only, payable
either in London or Philadelphia.
We call attention to this very sofe and desirable
home Investment, which we oiTer at PAR AND
ACCRUED INTEREST to date of purchase, for the
Seven Per Gent. Currency Bonds, or at
98 AND ACCRUED INTEREST IN CUR
RENCY For the Six Per Cent. Gold Loan.
Full particulars can be had at the office of either
of the undersigned,
PIIEXKL. Ss, CO.
C. &. II. UOUIE.
W. II. NEWBOI.D, SON ft. AERTSEN
7 Hti Vtfittvt-Ksta'.
Wilmington and Reading
7 ZTCXl CEBIT. BOXTOS.
Free of Taxes.
We are offering the Second Mortg.g.
Bond, of thl. Company
h.T 85 AND ACCRUED INTERE3T.
Interest Pajable January and
The Bonds are In
SI OOOs, 8500s, and SI OOs,
flu canoe REGISTERED free of expense. The
road Is doing a good business, wltl srs-scis of con
This Issue Is made to procure additional rolling
Bonds, Pamphlets, and. Information can be ob
DC HAVEN & CRO.,
fSo. 40 South THIRD Street.
Sale Home Investment.
Sunbury and Lewistown Railroad
? PER CESffr. OOLD
First Mortgage Bonds.
Interest lay able April and Octo
ber, Free or State and United
States Taxes. ,
We are now offerlnsr the bnlAticn nr tho inn nt
1,800,000, which Is secured by a first and only lion
uu wo euvue yrupenj iuiu irancnises or mo Com
pany, At OO and the Accrued Interest
The Road fa nnw mnMlv nnnrnnrhftM MmniAHnn
With a arse trade In ('I)aI.. iiiiim inri r nuuvu
In addition to the passenger travel awai'.lng the
opening of this greatly needed enterprise. The local
trade alone is sufficiently large to sustain the Road.
Wfl tlHVA fin hpflltllMnn in tiu.nrr.man.llnn thi. 1 . i
as a cheap, KEIAAULS, and 'bajB INVEST
For pamphlets, with map and foil Information,
WR1. PAINTER & CO.,
Dealers In Government Securities,
No. 38 South THIRD Streot,
FIDELITY INSURANCE, TRUST, AND SAFE
Special Attention of Investors
Is now called to tte
First XVTcrtgage ZSonds
BRIDGETDH AND PORT NORRIS
7 PER CEHT., FREE OF ALL TAXES.
This road runs from the mouth of Maurice River
to Brldgeton, isew Jersey, where It connects with
West Jersey Railroad.
Thft tart that, thffl Xfnrtrra rrn la hnr tsw lm kiia
uv aw vumv uan if Uft" tsuv IWl 1 ,JUU JJUt
mile, and that stock subscriptions have been secured
equal to 40 per cant, of that amount, places tuts loan
T rrT rha rlrmaar Kama nnil rrluuu f.k 4 n .-. . . i .
rPhi.. Ptin Via farrfuQPal onrf Bra In aim..
" ' i.Pipuiwvt, m.u iu Duma ui 9LUU,
Soo, liooo. Interest payable April aud October.
iiicj ma uucicuiui iuo jneoum at vv ana accrued
For further particulars and pamphlets apply to
D. C. WHARTON SMITH & CO.,
BANKERS fc BROKERS,
No. 121 SOUTH THIRD STREET,
Nob. 51 and 53 S. THIRD St.
Dealers in Mercantile Paper, Collateral Loans,
Government Securities, and Gold.
Draw Bills of Exchange on the Union Ban of
London.and issue travellers' letters of credit through
Messrs. BOWLES BROS fc CO., available In all the
cities of Europe.
Make Collections on all points.
Kxecnte orders for Bonds and Stocks at Board of
Allow Interest on Deposits, subject to check at
sight 1 1
B. E. JAMISON & GO.
P. IT. KIHLJL.Y J CO,
BANKERS AND DEALERS IK
Gold, Silver, aad Government Bonds
At Closest Market Uatea,
H. W. Cor. THIRD and CHESNUT Sti
Special attention given to COMMISSION ORDERS
In New York and Philadelphia Stock Boards, etc.
JAY CQ0KE & CO.,
PHILADELPHIA, NSW TORS and WASHINGTON.
jay cooke, Mcculloch t co.
Dealers In Government Securities.
Special attention given to the Purchase and Sale
Bonds and Stocks on Commission, at.the Board of
Brokers In this and other cities.
INTERE8T ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS,
COLLECTIONS MADE ON ALL POINTS.
GOLD AND SILVER BOUGHT AND BOL
In connection with our London House we are now
prepared to transact a general
FOREIGN EXCHANGE BUSINESS
Including Purchase and Sale of sterling Bills, and
the Issue of Commercial Credits and Travellers' Clr
cuiar Ietters, available In any part of the world, and
are thus enabled to receive GOLD ON DEPOSIT,
and to allow four per cent. Interest In currency
Having direct telegraphlo communication wit
ooth oar New York and Washington OiQces, we can
offer superior facilities to our customers.
RELIABLE RAILROAD BONDS FOR INVEST
MENT. Pamphlets and full Information given at our office,
C 3 Smrp No. 114 S. THIRD Street, Phllada.
BURLINGTON, CEDAR RAPIDS
Fir st Elor tgage 7 Per Cent. Gold Bob da
At SO and Accrued Interest in Currency.
On a Completed Road,
Free of U. 5. Tas.
This road Is now In the dullest season Of the year
earning more than Viper cent, net on the amouut
of ita mortgage obligations.
Its 7 per cent, gold bonds are equal for security
to Uovernn ent or any Kallroad Inane. They com
mand a ready market, ana we are prepared to buy
and sell them at all Hires. No Investment In the
market, possessing equal guarantees of safety, re
turns an equal percentage of Interest. The Chicago
Burlington, and Quincy has given a traffic gnaran
tee, and obligates itBelf to invest in these bonds w
per cent, oi the gross earnings derived from all
business from this road. This is sufficient indication
of the estimate of this enterprise by the largest and
most far-sighted corporation in the West. A limited
quantity s till for sale by
HENRY CLEWS & CO.,
No. 32 WALL Street, New York.
For sale in Philadelphia by
Do Haven A Bros.,
Elliott, Collino & Co.,
Townsend Wholen & Co.,
Darker Dros & Co.,
V7. H. Shelmerdino & Co.,
Dowen & Fox,
And by Bankers and Brokers generally. 6 21 swst
ISSUED IN CONNECTION WITH
Jay Cooke, McGulloch & Co.,
AVAILABLE THROUGHOUT EUROPE.
We would call the special attention of Americans
going abroad to the complete arrangements made by
our London House, In their office, at
No. 41 LOMBARD Street,
For the comfort and convenience of holders of our
Circular Letters, and especially with reference to
their correspondence and the latest advices from
the United States.
Persons taking Credits through us can
have their passports furnished without
Full information given at our office.
JAY COOKE & CO.,
No. 114 SOUTH THIRD STREET,
5 9 tnths2m PHILADELPHIA.
JJ O IV 13 H
Camden and Amboy Railroad, New Jersey
Railroad and Transportation Com
pany, and Delaware and RarW
tan Canal Company,
United Companies of New Jersey.
We offer these most desirable bonds, in regis
tered certificates, due In 1S94, bearing 6 PER CENT.
INTEREST, free of all taxation, payable April 1 and
I or full particulars, apply to
DRKXEL fc CO.
V. II. NEWBOI.D, SON & AKRTSEN.
The Six rer Cent. Loan
City of Wllllamsport, Ponna.,
Has been made by
ACT OF THE LEGISLATURE
A. Lepal Investment
For Executors, Administrators, Trustees, etc.
A limited amount la still for sale at
AND ACCRUED INTEREST, BY
P. 8. PETER0ON & CO.
No. 39 SOUTH THIRD STREET,
630 WALNUT t.,
Eight Per Cent. Mortgage Bonds
' or TBt
NEW ORLEANS,' MOBILE,!
Offer very superior advantages to parties desiring
tne Barest ana most profitable reinvestment of 1
JULY DIVIDENDS, !
Or other surplus funds. These bonds are Based upon
16T Tnii best locatioh In the South for a largely!
sd Ons of the strongest Railroad companiss im
the country, the list of leading stockholders em
bracing Hon. Edwin D. Mohoan, Hon. Joim A.
Oriswold, Messrs. Morton, Bliss A Co., J. A
W. Skligman k Co., L. Von Hoffman & Co.,!
Tames H. Banker, Harrison Dcrkee, John
Btsward, and other well-known capitalists.
8d Tna xpenditcr, by the stocknolders, oq
nearly Ten Millions of Dollars of their own
funds In tho construction or the line, before
offering bonds for sale. To thirds of the cntlrel
line Is already built.
4TH State aid, from Louisiana, to the amount of
more than eight million dollars. The
FIRST MORTGAGE BONDS
now offered are only In the denomination of $1000
or 200 each, Interest payable January and July, au
the rate of eight per cent, currency in New Yorlti
or seven percent, gold In London, at the option of
the holder, at the time each coupon Is due. Bonds
can be registered, If desired. Price, OO, and accrued
Interest from May 1.
One thousand dollars Invested In these eight perl
cent, bonds will give the purchaser more than seventy
seven per cent, greater annual Interest than the samel
amount invested in the new Government Five Perl
Subscriptions will be received In Philadelphia
DE HAVEN & ORO.p
No. 40 S. THIRD STREET,
Of whom full Information concerning the Company!
and the road can be obtained.
W. D. 8NATTUCK,
Banker and Financial Agent, N. O., M. A T. R.R.
6 8T No. g3 NASSAU Street, N. T.
JOHN S. RUSHTON I CO.,'
BANKERS AND BROKERS.
GOLD AND COUPONS WANTED.
BOUGHT AND BOLD.
No. OO South THIRD Street.
PAID TO THE PUHCHASS AND SALE OF
Stocks and Bonds,
Here and in New York, and every facility furnished
to parties desiring to have them carried.
D. C.-WHARTON SMITH S CO.,
BANKERS & BROKERS,
No. 1 SOUTH THIRD STREET
B 88 PHILADELPHIA.
ELLIOTT, COLLINS & GO.,
No. 1 09 South THIRD Street,
MEMBERS OF STOCK AND GOLD EX
DEALERS IN MERCANTILE PAP:
GOVERNMENT SECURITIES, GOLD.Etc
DRAW BILLS OF EXCHANGE ON TI
UNION BANK OF LONDON. fmwt
T7E ARE NOW PREPARED TO DRAW
Drezel, llarjes tL Co.,
IN SUMS TO SUIT.
DREXEL & CO.,
e 23 th8tulm No. 84 Bouth THIRD Street.
Joseph H. Campion pate Moore Campion),
WILLIAM SMITH, BICHAHD K. CAMPION.
SMITH & CAMPION,
FTNB FURNITURE, UPHOLSTERINOS, AND IN
TERIOR HOUSE DECORATIONS,
No. S4 SOUTH THIRD Street,
Manufactory, Not. 8 IB and BIT LEVANT Street,
OFFICE OF BOILER INSPECTION DEPART.
MENT, No. 11 8. FOURTH Street.
At a special meeting of tbe Committee of Select
and Common Council on Steam Engine and Boiler
Inspection, the inspector was Instructed to call the(
attention or liouer uwuern ana i sers 10 section
of the Act of Assembly, approved May IT, 1864,
which says: .
"If any person shall, on or after the first Monday
of July next, maintain or keep iu use or operation
any stationary steam engine or boiler within the said
city of Philadelphia, without having first received a
certificate that the same lias been found to be safe
and competent, as is hereinbefore provided, shall be
deemed gulity of a misdemeanor, aud npon convic
tion in the Court of Quarter ttesulons for said ooanty
shall be sentenced to pay a One not exceeding tivs
thousand (I&0U0) dollars and to undergo imprison
ment In the jail of said county, either with or wltn.
out labor, as the Court may direct, for a term not
exceeding two (2) years."
'l ue act approvea juiy 1. 1, wim fBierencn hi
insured boilers requires the indorsement of this De- f.
" " l - -- -
from city Inspection.
7 WILLIAM W. BURN ELL,
Chairman of Steam Engl ties and Boilers.
T. J. LOV JSCiROVE,
s Philadelphia, Jnne P, 1871. 6
Corn Fxchange Bag Manufauory
JOHN T. BAILEY,
H. . Co j. WATER ana MARKET fits.
ROPE AND TWINE, BA08 and BAGGINO, for
Grain, Flour, Bait, baper-Phosphate of lime, Bone
Large and small QTJNNY BAGS constantly 00
baud. Also, WOOL BACKU.
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