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PKTKi.t:rn. T . oiiobthi.t.ow, c. The pourlnjt rid wi fl!ii)(? fast. Ai 'he "HorocDCrk reRlon pswtl An till Creek nin, mid tuuJ and slonh, Wftu tfirsw up hi lint and cried, "I! goU, l'etroluuiu !" Hisrliscas wer pale, bis eyes were bright At a flash from a patent kerosi'i) lUlitt His boots, as they sank In the Rreiisy ground, fiplMbed ont the oily, nieloilious sound l.trolcmn ! In ftrike prospectlTe he did sell An hundred lliouiand barrel well. A)OTe tho claims he didn't own, Jhat from bin hi art drew forth a groan, Fctroleuiu! Sink not that well," his ronsolcnce ild ; 'Too big sirlko may striko you dead." Vp goes the derrick, down the bore, lip comes the mud-pump. "Wuitf allowing o'er ?" l'etioli urn 1 "Pell out !" cried Frtidotice "Take a nap In Madmie Turtuiic'e unctuom lup." Td lriny tears full from each eye, fthe'll (low moro yet" was hi reply, l'etroleum ! newar,he g'ln out,' like many a well, Or meet with au accident; no one can tell; A H.iUK very onsartin, 'a a new-flowing well." 'I dou t care a (!," cried he, "I wont sell." Vttriiientn ! The Tory t day the tubing burst ; 1 be gaa was o strong. Thai's not the worst, The well caved In, and too current of oil JPrlv'a back to Ita crerlce, burst through the soil. Petroleum 1 A drowned corpse wa next day found. Half buried in too greusy ground ; tiiill grasping in its hand the bore, Itut augured luck to bint no more, l'etroleuui ! There In the dirt and the mud he lay 1, Helens and slowly melting away : At last from Iho depths of lire hundred feet, Ourglcd a taint sound, oily and sweet, l'e-tro-le-uui ! ! T BIl.il n i-hia, December 13, lwn. The 'Home Keck,' on a tributary of Hull Crpk. Ve , In a celebrated oil territory tn l'iieeiilit r.iuiuy, w.-et Ireioia. whet, ttiif ty or forty well. In a row ar.r oing Uu u about aa cloi-e together at they can be K"t. The fradr of hlna. flitngai Corretprmitence of the London Tvna. A aeries of highly interesting return litis rc contly been published by the customs, showing the import aud export trado at the principal treaty ports duriDg the pust year. Not the lcitst Interesting among them, nor the lcustastonlshiog In the result it discloses, is thut relating to Han kow, The total valne of the trade at this rirer line port was between seven and eight millions Sterling namely : 0,020,317 taels in imports, and 12,741,008 taels In exports. The whole of this must, of course, not lie attributed to foreigners, though tticy monopolize a very large hare. Two articles alone shirtings and opium contribute nearly 2,OiiO,OIX) taels towards the total of imports, in the proportion of 1,1V!0,U)0 taels the former, and 73O,UU0 taels the litter; and if 2,300,(100 taols' worth of copper ci b be exported, by far the larger proportion of tun remainuvr is made op by articles of foreign matjuracture. Cloths of various kinds figure for 100,000 taels, and long ells for St.0,000 taels; bl-u-k pepper lor 171,1100 taels, and brocades for 100,000 taels. Those who may still regard sharks' fins as a uiytb, and birds' nest soup as exit-tit g only in the imagination of travelers, may be interested to learn that no less than 4000 turns' worth of tins and 3500 t iels' worth of nes a, were imported Into Hankow during the lat tear. Funcy 1,20(1 sterling for birds' nests at ont city only. Among the exports, tea of course takes the most prominent position, rignrlng for no leas than 7,000,000 taels, or 2,200,000 ster lirg,and this U the only article of produce which attracts the. eye in running down the list. The remaining 2,0011,000 taels are all made up of com paratively small sums, the most worthy of note being wocd oil, which (inures for 800,000 taels, katllowerU44,0:K) taels, and tobacco 900,000 tae s. Among other items, "walnuts" figure fur no less than 1 1,000 laels, and "tigers' bones" for 202 taels. l.leren. pounus of duck feathers are valued at twelve shillings, and twenty pounds of "human hair'' figure lor three taels, though for what earthly pur, o. e a Chinaman's hair, whieh is a triile courser than a booe's, can be niudc to serve, it is dilticull to conceive. This large tralVlc, of course, employs a number of ves-els, principally steamers, in carriage, and In this point, hi d in this only, in China, American enterpiiae outstrips Uritisb, as the number of ships plying on the river which fly the Shirs and Siripes nearly double thoso which can boast the Union Jack. Altogether the steamers running on the ang-tze paid 1,1 o.ono taels lor tonnage dues at Hankow alone during the p ist year. The total inward tonnage of every descrip'lon entered at the port during that period was 1!1,1.', tons, and of outward ships 2i)l,lri. Or this, in the. aggregate, 103.000 was British, 270,000 American, and 3M7 ( '.) French. Out of this hitter total '2307 loBsweie represented by native junks sailing unoor pn-ncu protection, leaving 11 oil tons repre sented liy i-even small lorchos purely French. 1 am not anle to contrast these results with those exhibited by the previous year's custom returns, but am assnrrd that they show a con- nuerable Increase, taken by themselves thev are a sulllcient proof ot the large trade whi 'b is now carried on in foreign shipping at a port which was vmited for the first time by Lord Klgin only six j ears ago. A Vrlcrua Printer. William H. Kdcs, editor and proprietor of the Piscataquis Observer, at Dover, in this State, is the oldest printer in Maine. A correspondent has recently written a letter to the Ilangor ll'Aiy, from which we condense the following items : In 1808 Mr. lidcs worked on the Kennebec (iautte, published at Augusta. The same year he worked on the liangor Register; in 1822 he worked on the Hallowcll Gazette; in 183 ou the Advertiser, In this city, at the lime F.rastus Brooks was th "devil." Mr. lirooks is now one of the der oted editors of the New lork Awre.u. In 1823 Mr. Kdes assisted in starting the first paper in Somerset county, called the Journal, at Norridgewoifk, aud made bis advent as editor. He soon sold out, exchanging the chair for the case. Twenty-six years since he stand the first Pis cataquis county sheet, nnder the name of the lltrald, merging it into the farmer, and now known as the tihserrrr. For the past forty years he has scarcely been " away from bis case," save for meals or neces sity rest ; now sets nonpareil without spectacles; edits, composes, "works the paper oil," and is bale aud hearty for his age; keepeth time by a watch, an heirloom nearly one hundred and ten years old, and is in possession of a " stick" used by bis pratidtathcr, Benjamin Edes, a fellow workman of KiankHn He is a typo of the fourth, feneration he worked among the letters during the administration ot the Government by Jcllor soii. Madison, Monroe, J. (1. Adaniv J ickson. Van ltnren. Hum-on, Tyler, l'olk, Tuylor, Fill more, 1'ieree, Buchanan, Lincoln, and hopetu to live ana mtd ma neing "when this cruel war is Her. I'ortiand l'reit. Many applications have been made from ex oUices in New England for pn.-itiuns Id the eorps nf fttturaus. TIIE DAILY F.VKNING TELEGRAPH rmLADELrmA, WEDNESDAY, TIIKMH Hlta Of IVOItt, No one has yrt stopped In to claim the r "ward of $lo, (H O u.lered by a responsible parson In this city for the discovery of an artificial su'istltiitc fur ivory, posi -ing nil the Important properties of that beutititiil piodncl ol rnluro. The Ameri can Inventlvo genius is for onco balked. Only two patents have ever bten Issued in this country for the production of artlnVlul ivory, and hoi tin i nt them bus made its way to pnbllc recognition. The same is true of a'l the foreign patents for the same purpose. The diitlculty Is not in rccombinlng the well known elo menta which enter Into the composition of Ivory, I'ttt In putting thorn together with the tenacity of coherence belonging to the tusk as it grew from the elephant's head, and In pro dueii.g tho HUlity of density and weight in all fnirts of the composition which Is so necessary to lilliard-balls, and other articles made of ivory. No amount of hydraulic pressure can impart the solidity and toughness derived from the natural cellular growth. I bis is the dilllcultv to be over come. When it is surmounted, the elephants can have a holhlsy. 17 mil thru, they mint bo slaughtered at the rata of ,50,000 a year to keep the world In billiard .balls. Home day they will become extinct, and known only in the picture books and museums, like the meirntiierium, the ichthyosaurus, and olhnr pro digies of the antediluvian world. The Yankee Invention will bo spurred on by necessity, and l et haps prove itself cipial to the occasion of sun plying a fabricated ivory. Klephams, however, are not the only source of ivory, although tha obi' f one. Inferior qualities can be obtained Iroiu the tee'h and tusks of the walrus, and the norwhal, and the mnsjeating teeth of the sper maceti wbulc. Hones and rusks of extinct spe cies of mastodons and elephant are picked up on the banks ot rivers in Northern .Siberia, where the intense and constant cold keeps them from decay. Atuhat period of the world's history the animals which bore about those tusks lived, and how it happens that they nourished up there where the elephants of the present day would free .c. or die Irom starvation, ure among tho most curious questions yet propounded and un answered. It is a fact well authenticated, and known probably to many of our readers, that a line specimen of the primeval elephant, in propria pirsema, llesh, bones and all, was thawed out of one of the grout icebergs or mountains of the Northern sea. The skeUton was preserved en tire, and is now in the imperial museum at St. Petersburg; thcMlesb had been wholly or partly ente n by wolves at the time of the discovery. Home of tho fossil tusks, droppod thousands of years ago, ure over 10 (nut long and weigh 180 pounds, and uro of line grain und sound texture throughout. They furnish a large portion of the ivory supply for Ku-sia and Northern F.uropc. Vegetable ivoiy answers well for small articles like t ar ornaments, bosom pins and sleeve but tons. The supply of tins is abundant. It is the hardened secretion of a milky tin id in the fruit of a species of the palm, common in South America. It is more li:ib!e to chip and tarnish than uuimal Ivory, but, in other respects, closely resembles it. The fruit of the Dom palm, In the K ist, furnishes also a vegetable ivory which is used extensively in making beads, rosaries, und other articles. From elephants to rats is quite a.jump. But to the mind of an ivory dealer, the mention of the one generally suggests the other; for the rut plays an important part in the ivory trade. In ware houses where tbe tusks are stowed away, this little rodent gnaws into them just enough to dis close the quality of the ivory, which otherwise might lie concealed from the purchaser. How this happens Is stated in an interesting article on "Rats," in Mr. Bueklund's "Curiosities of Natural History," irom which we extract ns follows: There is a curious but little known fact, which well illostrates the ravages which tho rats can inflict on a bard substance with their little sharp teeth. Many of the elephants tusks imported into London for the use of the various workers in ivory are observed to have their surfaces grooved into small furrows of unequal depths, us though cut out by a very sharp. edged instrument. Surely no man would have taken the trouble to do this, for what would be the prolit of his labor ? The rats, however, have found out there is some thing worth working for, or else, clever fellows, they would not have used their chisel-like teeth with such cirect. They have discovered which tusks oontuin the most gelatine or animal glue a sweet and delicious morsel for their dainty palates; and, having gnawed away us much us sullea their purpo-e, nave ictt ine rest tor ttic ivorr-cutter; he, for his part, is neither unable nor unwilling to profit by the fact marked out by the rats teeth ; lor ivory which contains gelatine is particularly valuable ror many purposes. It is a curious tact, as narrated to me by Mr. Jacques, the ivory-turner ot liutton Oarden, that the rats gnaw the Airican ivory, moro especially that which Is called green ivory, on account of its amber tinted, transparent color. Indian ivory they will not, and do not touch ; there is not enough gelatine in it to make it worth theirwhilo to be at the irnubio or gnawing, tven ot the Afiican Ivorv they touch only the tip and lower extremity, and why f because it is the purest, and densest, and softest part oi mo tusit. N ben this aruoeon rats nrst appeared in llent- ley's Miscellany, I stated thut the ivory-turner booses tbe rat-gnawu ivory to make his billiard- balls ; and this statement was copied by the jn ir trrlu ltrrii xr. but I have, since ascertained that I was linstaiieii in uic met. i consume .nr. j iucs upon the subject, and he tells mo that billiard balls are mede only of Fast Indian ivory, that which the rats never touch, and not of African ivory, which tbey always do touch. IheAiricm ivorv contains more moisture and gelatine than the other kind; and this occasions the ivory to shrink iudiying, and consequently the ball, when turned, to get out of the round; it is, however, very vuluuble to muke other articles, not billiard- balls. Mr. Juques tens me mat toe trado nave always given the alligators the credit of gnawing the ivory, which is simply impossible, lor when and where could they have the opportunity of getting at the tuks r And even if they had been gnawing, or rather champing at it tor an alliga tor is not a rodent, or gnawing annual the marks on the ivory would have been very dltferent to those mude by the ruts. Mr. Juques confirms the fact, thut where the gnawing has taken place, the ivory has been "very transparent und of the finest quality." The rats are useful in an Indirect war to the purchaser of ivory from another causo. Jfot only is the fact of tbe rat's judgment in choosing g Kid ivory, by making a meal of it, acknowledged aud acted upon by the turner who wishes to get a good bit of ivory, but the mark of his tejth will show to the eye what the sub-tanee of tho ivory, otherwise concealed under the external crust of the tusk, is like whether good, bud, or indilfcr ent. Many a turner will give the merchant a higher sum fora tusk, If previous to the bargain he will saw oil' the tip, that be may see moro of the quality of the ivory, whether the tnsk is sound throughout. Now if tho rat has beeu gnawing, the turner dot's not make this request, because in the grooves eaten by the rut he can ne plainly what the fubvance under the external coat I t is.-. ar Yirk Journal of Conimeree. T H K P U BLIC. COJMTUrKlTKR8.. TltK.AORY rl-:PAIt1 MKNT, t RoT H'lTiilt h Uh'I'IrK, OrtolnT 1K-V4. ConirrFii, hy an act pustavd at It n Ut ohd. p'auad a einulf rlle bum ol mon j at the 'llip,,tti0t tli Sfcn-tary ol the 'I it-usury, to Ou tuipWved In tliu iitont'fUUon ot roiuDuratt ti r the tii tt rtion and luint-huiont of ptirxong eiikaed In roiintcrti'ltnR TreaMiry note, irat'tiiiHl fur lent 3 , and uihr tcuruu-i ot Uif L Bited Mau-m. 1 nUfund lit devott'il t Ifce pitviiK'Hi ol rrwiirdi to detrcth c und otiif r through wlioftt- lntiirnnii'ntailty orlV'tidt rt ars irouunt to iuatic i' ; and Ita iidiiiluinirnUiij), ami tho comiui't ol' the imaMiiei rf't-rrtd to ar4 pla. cd, hy orth'roi'tlie Ht'tTflary, undi-r tht imnu-ilfiita uu; t-rvleion ol the tindwiiijnd. u wlmru all I'nuiiiiHiiii'utloiit ri-:atintr i hereto, or to tiitt trt-nfeei Imllratt d, ih'u d te adIrcftfd I. literal rpwardi have airvady htu paid io amoral aitiea wtt littTe anlod in the ai pn'ht! oion ot'roiinitrtf lt r. h I ht''d tJiat the thiiiihi ihn oMV-rei, M!1ed tn the Intt n ut w hit h all 'd I'ltUi B' Jiiu-t lt'i-1 I'i llm surpivi aion of rt Ltiifcit tending to mifialr h crertit mi' the iiMlional attiintH'i, and thut t iuharru- all biun;its ot'ratloii, Induce Uia eariuist "-.iiTH'jon ot all cap.i'df ot aftotdwiK u aid in ihi e''"rtN hidntr mail a by thi l.an iitent tor the atialiitn nt of that di ulrahleiwui. It Ih e t po em U uittsvd Uiat an perboi.a huvinu a knowledge of tncit liiiuoiiaiit to bv known by the I'Mpun w-iit. rnnjennn uch ollftitft, will corAimimuaie theiu fully aud promptly to the underulktnr'd. Fubllliiraot newapairra thtoiutimit the rountfy will reiitiet a;iitlaJ aarviua to the iu or nut rut and the public) hy gtvltu; wilJttr wn( Pi'I:icb-.oii ti t Inn t ti tl KllVSAUl. .lOK'tAN, 11 U-wtm fijlkiiyr Ui9 tr0tirj. SPECIAL NOTICES. -ivr"- TIIK INDhl'INDI'.NT PUBLIC HO A BO OF RROKRB or TIIH city or riiu.Aiini.pntA. TTiis AitcMatlia hu ctBp'le4 its orisnUsilM, wtll son Bene Hi reialsr Hstoa an Lh SSIXiSD OP JANUAHV, IS-. Tk ft.lwfac are the ofllrsri Mlrai4 rimniitaiiT, T. H. HKBHI4.I.. SKI KHTABT, J. C JOHNSON. TBN4Nt:HRR, WILLI IM WATSOSI. Btsei.'TiVK toMHrrrra. THOMAS II. ftP.Ur.lLI., itonr.RT J. IIRBCKR. (1.IMINT MARCH, I. J WITHINOTOK, ADAM WARTHMASI, J A MFS AI.IIIKDK.'K, jAfon holism i rm, nzAiiri nut oss, AMOS PHILLIPS, (1EO. R. ORAIlAkf, R. . CASrtAI r, II. H HT. JOIISJ. 'Hits will b two regular toiiiont of tho Publio BoorS, via. : At half-put 10 A.-M , and at hair past J r. M., wha a rsffular call ofttorka will bg Bao, tiM'odlrs tho fiat of nil iharoa.at wblca tlmo uio piibllo II Intltim to bo prfMnt. P.arh setiinn will bo for uno hour oalr.ealooa th tlmo Sj ritomlod by a voto of the momhon proaont. l'rnpor aoHse will be yl'onof tto location of Uio new Stook xrhanxe. THOMAS . SRRUILk, rreaident. J. C.Joiii'o. svoretary. 11 I'MIt OrTK'K l) HONEY-COMB I'ETRO IJ.I .M COMPANY. N0. Ul 8. rOLBTII BTUIKf. I'iiii.aiibi nil 71 0 FtiWrlptlnn nook l will be elod ou Ibundar, Llrcrtiiiirr in. Uio orttrlratia f Sutrk will ho loaned on M inaay. ltltk In at . nn .u rn iter ol 1 i.e recall ta. WII.I.UM HISS, Prenldcnt. Titov8 Tulmas, Socro'.aij ai.J TrsMuror. U 6 63rH HISTORICAL SOCIKTY OF RY I.VA NI A, A psporon "Tho Skuo of Morris laliind. .Smith I 'arollna," III bo tend before the Hoctxt ty Colonel W. W. H. liAVf, o' ln.ratwl, at lb II til, AthPttii'Om Ituililinii, HlX't'il Mrevt. below Walnut, ua WcOneMlav rvr nine, thf ISth Inslont. at S o rlck. 'I lie rcttuliir Hialed Meutlns will bo add on Monday OTrnlna, tho 13tk luitant, al S o rl. k . SAMI KI. t.RMRIILP.Y, 11 10-4t KooorJlng Hoereury. rZST' KEN6IriGTON NATIONAL DANK. t3T' I'll l i.atikm'tic A, lteeetutier S, 114 An eh etlon for Thirteen Mrenori, to orvo the ntiaulrut vear, will lie held at tlie llKiiklnit II ue, on TL'HSOA r, Juiiuaii 10, HMjO, Irom luo cloek A M. to ;1 I'. M. WM M' l.'ONKIKI.L, H-1'i-wrhl tjl() L!'li''!L THK UIKKCl'ORS OK TI1K TACK retrelenm Comeaor luiM'tlila dr deolaed a (llridetHlo t TWO per cot out f ire e.rninsa et the Coiniaiiv for the month of Novem'ier. puyaliln on and a'ler Hie I'Oth Intt., iti ih-t'tllee ofUi-treasurer .Mr.lleofito 11. Millliiaton, VI RetiiiliK Jilaeo. . Tramfer ti wka elo.-,l irnm the ITfri tl'JOth Insta. New ork, Ueeeiubor 10 1mA, U 11 St Bj?''" PITTSBURG, Stic FKCKMHKR, 18llt. "i" limiiKKO. The Ijlreetors of the MOaSOIL COMPAHY hae tbia dar dnelared their Uilrrt montlilr liiTlilend. for Nnyemli.r. of IKKP. PKK CBKT. oa Ifco Capilnl Htork of the Cornpany. pavsftle aner tlio 1ft toal. lo llie Pliiladclnlro nlLrrlbTi at ttieolUweof MoCutcSoiea ColllDi, flo. H M. HON I Htreet. W). Ja. ct l'CUBOlt, Protldsat. llOIU-IlT lfsir, .Is.. Mecroiary. H IS rr.f GREAT IIASIN OIL COMPANY. I " ' mvinp.Ni ito. i. Tlio Illrootort liaro thla dav donarcd a MONTHLY 1UYIOKND OP TWO PKR CENT, tn Rtockho'diTa ot record, payable on and alter the 1Mb Init. Itoekl oloieon rVKBl S)AY Tlh Init U. W. WILLIAMS. Treaoror, No 14 Paniubar Hiiilahera. PiitLAPai.rwu, Pocemtter fl, Isffl. W-.vlot - OKFICK OK TIIK CUV BOUNTY jVo. 611 ( ilk HNL'T S T Vt. PHM.Anirr'inA. Tertn.hT 10, lflrJi. Notice hcri'hv irWrn, that the Hmmiy oitrtl hy the ( Hy ol IMulsdrliiiU wu witinlrawn on Ki:ll)4v, Decern )ir!i,inil thut no houiity wltl b paid to men mu stored in or fuliiipfl utter that dnte In tntura td CtHiiuiiiDilnnPTi will nir'Pt nn Tl'RSDATR, TUl l(HUAl,aud (ATl KD AVS , from :t 30 to 4 W P. M. JitUtH ItLAlB, VJ-12-ftt - Hecretarj. .r IlKAUQt'ARTKIW RUrERVISORY ronimittff? for Kt cruitiug ColoTcd KflKlmentt, Xq. IJ10CI1ESUT ailtet. rr .AitRi.niiA , Prprnlr 7, 14. The Snpftrvinory romrattttn tor kcrnitinKCoion-d K'-jr!-nn'hti hftihtr repolved to ad.tunrn tine ilio on the.'Utt iiiftant, all femora tar in riaitnti aualnt hc ald om-nii'it- are rciiut'itt dto pteient them fur vinont to It. M, (iKiiiN, Aueiit.at tlio hoomior the ('ommUtee. uu or bttora the a.Mb initant. Ji H-lii CAD WA LA DER BtDULB, Secretary. OFFICE OF THE OIRARD KSTATE, Nn. i!t H. p IKTH Stic.'t. i'Mtr t't i. rm a, lrcetnber t, IRU. 1'KI'ORAI.S TO I.F.AK (.IHABIM'OAI. LANDS. In coniptianre wltli a rB liitlon of th? sph-rt and L'om mon rouiicllR f ihet'ltyol' ruilndjlphla. approved May 'J-'; ls.;i, rtcalt d pmnonul.1 will he rcrctvtd nt lhls!lh:o until HII)AY, l'etcnihcr It;. lH;t, al 3ocljck P.M., to lense luch part ot the r.t.rth dlppinn vein on the Iraiil t'ope. .Iuiim i Howell and Kdwurd l.yoien trartu n.it hire tHore Irftird In iho prtntjiit I'onuui' u aniK th tlln.rd i-nal lands, wrapt in that the parties nhall covenant a IcsecM to pv ot the market value of lump rout as th mump fthah dint at Port rurhon for rhf nui, at the iiiiiii' KtanManl and aiutj. fto hf"v.T thai the mim paid hall nnt he h ni tluin twenty -five it'iti tor earn i-.n of co n uiliifd not ehennt; and not lothnn ten cents for that; ami or other tracu on the auine terms to sue a other nr sons as may he aurepud In accordance with the prov-Mon of a resolution to which this I ft Mipplement, who nail present auttlcient evidence that lie It aoomnotent and skiliul miner and luiiv uble to fiiltll ttV oTennntu of the h ae. haid propuNal" to he opened In the presence ot the oiDintttee on lrard Kutate, and the leane to be awarded ti the hljihest bidder. Tin- accepTanceof the bidder and the mde ot arriving at the prl et" coal at Cort 'arb'-n to be determined only by the ciutfutluu of a leaee io wri'lrr. riiAni.r . bmith, li-!)-ftnw It. flapertntcad. nt of Uiv tiirard Ktaie. 1ST OFFICE PENNSYLVANIA RAI1V KOAOCOMl'AH Vf. f'fii adbi t'hia, MOTfimDer t.iaa. OTiri TO HliAItKHOUiKrfd. The Rbarehoiders of this company a-e notlflod the, under hev luituQ ol ibe hoa'doi IHrectors they are, itf- tied to aub. r.hn to the stock of thvCorapaay tae amoant oi TKN I'KK t KNT. on tbeir respeebve interest, aa ihnwa dt thair books of tne ?d tnttant. rat h nVareboldar en itled tu a nactlanal aartofa abaM, nnder tLe terms of the In oiuil.m, al all have the arir lr?e of subscribing for a fuH share on tne payment of nflj dutiars. This Hto k will be latjued at the par valne of fifty dol lars per shatti. Accrued Ii tarts i at r I X I KIi CKnT. wltt be charned troni the 1st Instant tint 11 payment Is made. Th ftui.ki for saiicrinuun and paTuient will ha oseat on aiONI'AT, the 7th instant, and "111 eLoie oa the list of Pecemher next, altr which nofurUter snbscitpUoue wUl he rereUed nnder re"lsitloii. 11 lfv-tl3 THtxiAaT HUTU Traasarer. , fr- OFFICE PHILADF:i.HHA OAS jS' WOKK, November 8, I'M. Proposals will bo rtu rit! it tnis Offlca un'll noon of the 1st oi .laouarv nvit, lor the sae to tbe I raster el the Philndeiplii ( uru, of stock la the Mnuihwark aad Moyamenstug (Ja Works- (erinun(own do .Munnvuna And KicfctiiOBd do I o he ued as InTeitminta for Uia smainc foods of said WU,k"' WILLIAM KP.M.VKI.L. IJ-2-ltn t'anhier. OFIICE OF VF.TKRAN BOUNTY Tniii 1'otmmtMion. No. 7 (i'UUHii l Tii ft H ALL. IIRnAItY 8lreet, J'Mladrlpida. Ite-enhsted Veteraua, win did not re. ewe any Ward nouiy aie nuinxj u a CPy Honmf ol Twentv five Dollars. The CoinmlBloiers apnoltited in examine claims for the aove hoimy oT tientv-flve dollar will meet on MON I'ATrt, V7KONKA IA VH, and F lilDAYH, at 4 o'clock F. M., at Bo. ? utMJJ hatlTU H HALL, I.lhK A tY 8trt. I'arsoivs eaUU4 U tills bounty ara requested to apply at Ints Orfloa. conmii r. K l B rKDKK8,Cba san, J(NTHAN m-'i.i.Oi I, pArLJ.KIKl.H. UKO. W. HIMuKS. KDWlJi UUf-bl.K. mtwit r-f- PHILAT'KI.rlllA AND UKADINO X Railroad t ympany nmce.73 H. )lTkl M Hireet. I'nii tnu i lia. Novea.her30,iHti4. MVIhKND NOl'lCK. The Tranirtec Poois of lots Cooipany wl 1 be elod on ThB'hdav. Usremher U, aud re jpeuad ou Tuesday, Jau ary 10, lt-. A di i(tnd of FIFTF.Rrt PKR CF. NT. ou the Cnmmosi and l'reierrd Stock, elear of National and hta: ta.es, has Lren deciarel. payable in romnaoit HiooW.on tae I st of ltecmher oeit.on ad stock sianaing on tne bo ks of le ( t eapan v at II a eluju ol bulncsi on the 1Mb proimo. gtnckhnl 's hose r tine. are ritttered on the Hew Yor Itooke will b paid at tue .t ermers Loan aim irnas 1 1j'!(Tia' 8. BRADFOBD, Treasnrer. f- ABMT, NAVY. AND CITIZKN'B oV' (Hettana P.mkraldereeV Mi ouKerBtraiie, Wnalk. o.. fe oou uuoavaaae4. al fori lodaaod urAJ'B Moroiiant a'lor, IS Ita Io IVaUTU SaoMt. aloUkaut. nilOTtMJltA.fH AI-lllI MM. Wholesale sail Itetall. If IK IICAPRST A!1 I1PST PJIWTOOKAl'II ALBUMS!! Por ft rortrojkt, sweoooo. ..11 M to tne ... uo m t on ... ISO to TflO ... i n I0n ... I'M to 10 0 ... S00 U IIS ...it t to tr.M etT'a(., imo MO JUS iiarlo... I'HOTOOKAI'II ALI1IIMS In Every Tariety of Stylo. ICH TURKEY M0RO0OO, ANTIQUE, TYORY AND PKARL MOUNTINa., ORNAMENTAL BOOKS, re. ., floldlnit frooi TwoIto to Two n und red PHotolTapha, she lart ait and koit aaaortmont In the our. WILLIAM W. HARDING, MHUACTUK, !fo. 32 CnEKNUr SrilEET, 11 1 BEI.OW FOURTH. MOUTH 8IDB. VrAl,.LlSIIKI) IN 1 SI 2. HOLIDAY PEriENTS. WILOAJI HON, 8. W. Cor. Finn and CHKURI fits., PBtLADHLPHIA, BaTa oa kand a la'so and sanoral aisortosent of HIL.Vj:il WAK15 Of onr own aaanurkctaro, of ttio 0 neat ioality aad klshatt standard of adier. ALSO, 1'IiATKI) WAUK. A larjca ac4 fauarat aiaotlDMut of eaporlor riaied Ware, A a. OLD ULTn aofht and taken la eiehaae. I!ihe prioea tvn. ll-I aa JJ H W I S LAD O AI U S , DIAMOND DEALER AND JEWILZB, N. 802 CHESNUT STREKT, Rai oa kand a large and anleadld aaaortaaoat o DIAMOND JEWELRY, SMIIABLH FOR HOLIDAY rRBSKNTd. Alio, a koaaurai aiaorunoat of Gold and Silver Watches, Jewelry.&o. suiter War In iraat Tariety, suitable tor Bridal an Tlniut.v Pr.aanta. lay astoruaent of Diamond Jewelry la oanaloto, aad art lees price tbaa eaa be found in lata ulty, Old Gold, 811ver & Diamonds Eortglit for Cash. J)1AMOOS, Parseas having DUnnada or ealier pre- leew atoaee b dtaueee of, will de well by calling on I,EYIS LADOMU8, IMAMOMD DBALKK AND HWALKR, V: tot (IUFftMOT Btreet, Wo wiS five Die klgheet cast) priees. lVI-lm ALSO, Old tiold and S11tt Ruuulit for ftvih. is i:t JOHN 1 U K NNAN, dialhe ni IB FINE WATCHES, JEWELRY, fcll.VlOH W.HK. Ulamoad ttlri, Dlarnar Pino. Diamond Ear a. ii!lil aoiDlaoa. Blosa Pine Real Bluet, rise Pearl Vtnr. Oenta' Dlam. Pearf PlM, , Pine Enoeaeled ftraoolou, 'rinoOeaU'Ohallu, I Fiji Lodtoa' Ohotna, Hear Long OuadJ, Amotkyat and Pearl Sou, iCorsl Bote, mil Ladles' ChatolaUe Plua, BR0KZE AMD FANCY GOODS. No. l:J S. KIC1HTII STREET. nUE TTATCDIB. JEWELBT, B1I.VR AND PLATED WARE, CORNER ABOH AND TENTH STP, Beeoebeo, BIooto Battoae, Armlets, Braoeleio, Beaof Plai aad Blnf a. Tea Beu, loo PUel.re, Waltora, Ooklota, Porks, Baooaa, Ate. Waieaao repahrod ad warnatsd. Old Quid, Dlamoads, aaBUTorBoBki, 1I-1B ra HARRISON JARDKN. UEWllY UAlll'KH, No. .520 ABOH STREET, HAS A CABIPI'LLT S1I.SCT1D STOCK U0T WATCHES. HNI! JKWELKY, SlI.VElt-PLATEL) WARE srlUIALLT FANCY HILVKH WAHB. liable lot 11 Stl HOLIDAY AND BRIDAL PRESENTS. JAM KS UAISUKII'S WltOLEHAI.K AVti RKTAI1. Clock X3aiilllKlt me nt 8. E. corner 8KCOKD and CHBMNUT Hireet a, riiilud AOKNCT FOB TJT1C l'AT.NT EQV ALielMll THIKrr-PAY I'LOCKS, A Tery dtnirable article for Churches, Motel. Basks, C iiirtinu-lli'Usca, P.rlorn. Ao A-u. M M1 AtTl HI- It Or FINC 4 1LT TENS. CLOt'KH KI-TAlKKl) ANU WltBVrtl. Clock TruuiuiuifH of fevery descriptluB. 1-13 lj g T X) X H HEW PATENT BTQVE, FOR COOEINQ AND HK AT 15 G It Y OAS. Caa be aad ohaaper tbao any ether Uaa ut. m n n itB ate. in a riKTH nrkiitT. DECEMBER 14, 1801. CITY ORDINANCES. 4 N O K 1H N A N C K J To r) U t K pi'inpi of tin K'Tfpttnri f ih-'llth K 'BirtHI 1. V .-c Inti 1. Thn fl. 's.!-! Knl CuMTMnil CniUM lN 'f t ti r (lr ol I'lillml' HiliUrlM ..r.liiiii, Ui tlthP mini ( oun h ni irod nrA foiirtmn lA-rt h nl thr ull'nft il hervhy tt'ipro- m'ht f rnnivini Vol nlfr,roVnH ltr I.vIp. on thi'ir n tiirn ti" i hi r M v. h ttiat wTnntt I.pt tli tm ) sill Imi tlan hy tti ( li ik n( i Mini il AI.KV AMKll i. HTlPr-(t, I'i t'iiilut of Otmin u (,4u'iuil. Wll.MAM V. S.U.I , C'IitK til l (iiiimon Curi' 11. .IAfK I.YND, Pront1fnl of W'-t (NtiMiHI. Apj.rnvcil (Mt ihlrternth ilnv if lmoiitiinr, Atinn h'tinml r-fi" thoiiNHii'l flu tit huniired ftiul slxiy-lmir (.. ! IS.;. Af.rTAHDKH IIKNIfr. Mr ot I'tiliml. Ipiiin. A N O K I) I N A N C K ITxtrt! ItieHalailn ot Certain Mnolrlpal Olflrer.. Seel Ion I . Tbe Hele. I and ' oir uion I oulo-iM of it die or I'hl In't'-lptea ilo ord!i n. Thai fr'on and uTte Ihe lat duv efJnntiarTA.il m.4, the salary of llm Marorof tho tit atift'l he tue lie ii'and dot. an per annum; dat of tliel'ti aell. ltor rlia'l be thlri) IioimIioI dollar! per Aiuiiun, ar,d that of the City Oontrnllor Nhu'l lie three ttionnatHl fix hundred dollar, per annum. And th it fr m and utter Ibe I -I dnv ol .lanuarv. A.l IHHI.tbe aalall-l lor each ot the Cltv cnnnciol'UiiTi ahill b- tet. lh..u.-id dollata tor aiitoitti, aahlo monthlv. And w.irranta therefor Rhall to- drawn 111 conformity wllh ftxtailn urd:Uai out.. ALKX IM'I'I J. HMteKH, I'le.hlent ol Cioiliaoll Council. Attest- All:MAM SltWAUT, A.l int L'lerk of Common coitnoll JAWKS I.VSI1, I'l OsMent of Seleet I ' ell. Apt-roved 'tils twetlth day of I einhrr. Anno lioniini one thot.saiel elht hundred ami amy four (A. 1. Infill. ALKX ANOKIt IIKNItY, It n.iv.tf oi riii'. i.e. ''lis. i N ORDINANCE V Tonmkenn .ppnprlatmn to Fay the Kntoip-! DeSt tiifluvot rnliadi (p ita. Matnrliikc durintl tbe Ye.tr oue ii.iiihi'o'i-M ti u nt red ami Utr-lvve. Section 1. I tie Heiect mid t'omnifin C'tuP'-iU of the Olty I 1'liioidt Iphia do ordjiln, I hat the nmn or fur i.nnireii A nl net) - two t hi mi Min ti olht hundred aim tb rty uoiia'fl and foriy-neven eent- ((;.', H.m 47) he, and tne .ino li hen (ti appropriated to ttmt.i'iiim'HHtoncr oi tne Minmi( I imd iir tf e piirpo'iP nt pivin from time to lime, Mm same ma, he claimed, thn lumled debt ot tnrrlty mi'orlnK during tho year oue thoupund ei;ht huunred and slxt)- ttv. Hecti' ii . arranm tor tlio pavmen oi n apnr .pna ion ahull he drawn h tbe I'omni.nHiontrs oi the -tin King und in tavor ot ttie i:itv I reasnrer. no n ne presi.ia'i ti i t tr ( 'crt i lie At cm u( J .nan. us the a ante u'e paid U hlin: and he In hereh) utitburied to pay the aid Cartlllo tt js of loan on preKetitatiun. AIjT.a n urn niin r,-, l'r aidu.it of ('omntou Con icll. Attest A 11 It A 1 1 A M Si r WAHT, Assistant Clerk of Common fniinr(!. .) H K LVNI. President ol .Select L'otlliclt. Approved A thirteenth iiv ol Dcceinlinr. Anno Do mini one tiionsaiu tiiill nuiiurcu anu si&iy-iuur i . i. . ..- ai.tia.ii'r.it nr..iiti, It Uotyor Of I'Ulladv'puia. AN O R V I N A N C K 'I n trnKe an Appropriation to p.iv the Interest ti the londed deht of ths City uf I'iiiiudchihlu, fulling duo January I,1H(.'. , Mei Unn 1. The select and ujmmon i;oiincns or me 'Hv ot Philadelphia do ordmu. I t at the sum of nine liondreil and twenty tlve thnisntid d dliirn (j9M.u0) I and the (tiitne li herehv approprlat sil to pny th Int-Test of tho fonded deht ol Ihe City of I'liilatlelpina, falling due on the 1st dav oi .Innnary A. It. Ihi:. Si cthn v. v urrantH lor tne pavtrioni or aaia tnrpren. hall he drawn ai lollows: The City Tn-aturer ihAll pre nent to the .Irtor a list of the loan holdera lobe p tld as aforesaid: the ainei t o( the principal of thn deht ovned bv Uiem, respectively ; the rate and h mount of interest accrued! the amount nt Htato tax to be ded'icted and retained. Hnd the sum due lor interest j ana ai ineiojotoi cue 1 1 list lite Mayor shall add the following warrant: .iuor a omce, uecemuor iai n To the City 1 rrasurcr, I'ftT to the persons aim corpora'iuna ihova naiued. tho amounts nsuocthely due liiein as uhoeet tWthfor interest ou City deht Uue. . , .iiyor. Tlieiitld IMa and warrants ehnll kepresunled to the C'lti Comrolltr to be couDterlned bv him alkxandkh j iurit.i:. I'rcnidoiit of Uotnuwn Council Attest AUUAII VM KTKWAHT. AisiMtant Cleik ol Common Council. ,IAVIKH LYNU, President of Select Council, Approved this thirteenth dy of December. Anno Domini one thouiund eight hundred and sixty four A,i. W.4.) A!.FAV1R UEVHV, Ma) or of Philadelphia. It N J To OKDINANCK To Mnka an Annroiirltttlon to the Citr Co mini a luii em to Pav DctlcieiiciUH for the Year lull. Hei-tion 1. I ho Neiect and i m in on uounciis or tne uiiy , I'hllndeitihia no ordain. That tne eumot eniu tnou oand and eiKhtv-even dollars and soTtrnty cent be. and if io feume la nereOT appropnateo. to uie tuy udiiiiuii sloncta, to pay d ItctencleH in He Pillowing Item of appro in In I ion to thai leiiartnifnt for the vear 1H4. to W It To llim 1. To tiktv additional coajtjQHatino to sisoftl- rersof the DlotiKt Court, rlxeil by the Judges, two lun- drrd aiid iiineictn dolhirs and sixty cents. loiidfD-t. lo pay additional comiena:ion toionroqr ersof theCourt oi Comm di IMua, tled by the Julnen, one hundred uHd slxlr tteven aoliari ana twenty cents J&iUin rj. To bay additional c oiioonsiitioii to iinrieon otili-era of the Cenrt ui (Juartor Hehhnis, tUed hy tha iMidKCN, tivu Hundred anu torty-turce uuiiais ana lorty eitJ.. To Item 15. Topay the Interpretortothe Court and Jurors, I'diti'oml comiuMisatnjii allowed by tite J unices, une huu- dred and two dollars. ItemM. To Dttv Coroner s feei. tliree thousand nve htindied dollerw : aud to pay the aiihiryoi' the Coroner s erk. us fixed fjf Act or Axgt iiioiv. si nu mired oouais. To jt to J4. To pay f f books and atatijuury tur Aaei- sors, Mxty-itevi n aouarn. 'lu iti ui jo pay lor inuexine Assessors aooas, inir- teen do'lnrs. To Item 40. ir tirlntitiB Assessors lists, one thou nana live hundred and ti-irty dollars. Tilt ra4ii. For dtntioiiery, d anKi, ana print iiilt, ono thuusand one hundred and lorty-ilvc dollars aud Qiiy ccnth. To Item 47. For advertlHlnit. two tiunureo; uoiiars. And warrnta for tho mi e shall be drawn by tho CliT Cciunilsioiiers in ci'ntoruiity with e Tuition ordiuan-ei. A Lr A A.Mr II l, MAIU'f.K. Proirtdeiit of c'oiaiuou Council. Attest W'll.l iam V. Nmai.t., Cleik oi Cuiiinion Council. JAM KB I.VNI, President of lSeleotCo4Ucil. Annro?ed this ninth dav of Ducenthor, Anno I o- mini uiiu thousand eight hundred aud sixty-four (A. 1. ALir. x a. ir, nr.ui, H Mayor ot Philadelphia. 1) U SOLUTION n To l'o MnVeCtrialu Trausfeis la the Appropriation lor lighting the Citv Keboived, It y the Heteot and conimnn council, nt tn t'iiy of rl)iliotelihifi. Thut the Citr Controller be and h" s hereby autlmiued to traufer from appropriati u for l.Lfhtinu the city lor the -.ear ine. oy oruinuncu upnroreu Junuary 4. l'i, as lollows : r roin Item I. t Lumps iikdisu during ine yeari mucin (lamps lighted . I anuary l,lwi4) te provide for 17 l.a'iii'S during Ui whole year, aeveu buadrad and siilf-flve dul- 1-Kroni Item S. (Kreetlou of new lamps) to Item 5 (for repaint and renwalii, one thouitaud dodara . I roin item 'J Lamps Inyhred durimr Ui yoar) to Hem 8 fxcie tax to the a u.ed iu the public Utupsnthlrty-tlv e huadied didiitrn. , , 41 . . Wi r roiu Item VI. (Lamps llitbted durlna: th yoar) to Item T (for ex Ihe tin Kit- supplied hy the ttoriumn Libartiea Uui u1,., ).B.e.,unar.ado:.xriNi)Kii rrvalilvlll 01 CumuuuU Council. Attii- AxltaliAM SriwiRT, A.taul I'll rk ot Common '-ounrll. JAMKM I.VHI), Preafdertt of Hclecitlduiu'll. Awnivet! tlila tlilrtfi'llth tluv of Dt-i-e inOt'r, Anno Di'inlhl une tl.u j.ulill titul liuiidrttl aud alaty-four (A. it. lM,4. AI.FAMKIt lIKNltV. U .Mavurot l'liil.aoliiila. 11 K SOLUTION To Atitimrle the (iradiny of Klifhtoentn and other fctioeia. Ut st hrd. T.t the Select and Cuaimon Coum lls of the City ot l'liilttiieli.)jia. Thai tlit t'lJ tf CouimlNHloiir ol llin- a ti Ih- ana he U hereby authori.ud aud diructud to grudu the teilow Inu SUfC-ts. to wit KiKhieentr, mi eel. i roin 1 iioiujiRon to Berks street, in te Tuci tit th W aid, at ani-ieiihe n't exeet'diiLtf tweic liun died tlolfhrsi l'oiid street. iVum More street to Mifllln street, between Twe.tb uiitl i ii'rufiiilt Ktittetit, at an axiicnso mt eceeil inn oi.o hundred ami iuiit.v-ouo dollarN and twenty llvt' c'Pt ; lru ItV-d. '!' 'I t(' Chlot' Conimlbiotier shall advertise lor projiOhdU i'-ir 'aid Kiiidinif, at so much a cub e yard, twice tt ei k il' Q w it'b, 111 two Ju-h tupiTB, UlitJ the irti altoti- d t" the loAvtt lilddoi .'from whouo socurity fshull he rtitiond, lu uctoid'tiue i'U existin,; vrdi-natii.-". AT.KXANIrH J. HAltKK. l'rt'nitU lit gl'Ci'Uiiiion Council Atiivst- IM IAM K. fiMAl.l., t 'leik ot t oimnun Council. ,1AMK !,YVO, , President of Ueloot Council. ' A pi hot d this thirteinili day oi lieceiuhor, Aiiuo Oo sun t unt! ilioiiHuini fibiht hutnlred and aivty-lour (JL. I. lr-4). A!.KXAIKW IIKNHY, It M Axur ol l'iitaJolilita. CITY ORDINANCES. i; p, 8 O 1, H Tins in.tln7 tti Adm.tinent of tlie Mve. or Wliart-ta MlrM-t. tntvoen lima i and Twon y lntirtli (ttreiHa. It'-milved llyll ' r-9)frt and tS minnn Councils of Iho Cltj o' I'hllaih Iplun, I hal tk lv.iiirtinnt ol nurvr. ho ancl la I err-In n'l"'l'ecl I" aillinl tlio lln r.f Wliartos ... it...,! ami rw,ntv fMiirtti ati.ot. to a. to ei.n1i.nn K. the clUiiillal i'd aurre) I s.t of aaul Twolll iuorth atrtnt. r.K I H MtPKR, rtoil.ti-nt !' r.immim ouiiril. Atteat- AllHIK" Irv-M'T. A t.int I .erk of Common ' inrl!. JAMl.i l- 1t, rrr-.lrl 'nl "I Sole. I Cmnril. Arnrorrrl lhl 'i :tl rt.i ol lrrnnlfr. Anno Dnnlnl onr thounauJ ein'.t huBdroil an I imy tour t. I. ,hM)- ALKXANltP.lt Hf.NKr-. K Mav.n '( r:u ..khiiin. 11 K O I. C T I O N li h lit ot lliifwev. Ki'tidcd, lu tl.e S'Mrrt and fmi!nn t onii-'its . r ti e Pttv oi I'hiladoH'h . Tnx w t uu f t ! t u - dollars be and the -M-ie ( lnr-hr trnrnt-.rf.l fr-'in Item for iiifiir toattL!. to 1 1 tin lor train ny p i.t.r nd .ro.alns ,... AI KVAN,,K,t,l IMKIM t. I'lcstd' nto ('oiiitiioBj Council. A Kelt - AtiRt'UM .Iti M -UtT. AKiatitnt:Urt nfComTt'in rontKli. .IOIK.1 I.V!fi. rrcM'l-nt i St-icit tl-'ii nnt A' ad t'rs i' n t r !h .f I t tu icr. Ann lmi'n ( no tooutftind Ckiht iiomtri i and .iivtv-iniir (A. I. ALI XAHIiKIt tlKNRV, t M.ijr'-rot I'ti'ludelphta. , li K 8 O h V T I O N AiiiirovltiR titt Riirtjliae of TtioniM IiirkHon, Cit fotninisionT i-lci 1 Id snivpn, Hr the H lert and l oTiiuion f'-MinciU of the City ol rhilai rip :. 'I tiiit Th- ma-. K . 1 in:r!ter anil ltr ton II. .tent.' an- ' ' n hv apT--Ti-.i at the Mir.' hn -t 1biH:i JthVion, 'i'y t'.iinnim.h nr ele-:t, an t t'ie Nullfitor 1 li-n by directed to draw a hoxd, with warrunt irati(irn T, h-r t..rtieH-io pci u'. und t' caio.e a jmiit-ir-nt to he i ntt ird tl.'-rioiK nntl the H !l ln:r ti litrchr anthoricd to 111' i rfirtlticaio "i re.'-.rd tfat ihe lien of the judwHiini aK'iit l.art'.n 11. .lenks snail only opsratc on avit A'-mnst the k.: oi kmhuih iii i.imimi N,if"i,iiivii Twenty-fifth Wsrd. whereon t!m lut-to-y N erected. l'rcsi tutit of t'iuinon J'Hiiu !l. Atte-t- Wm. T. m i . Clc k it'C' tDtnon Co'inrll. JAVKS I.YNU, President ut i.'cl otnii il Ai'Drovpd th thlrtrenlk dav of Deretuher, Ann- lo- miol one th-ujand t)g;ii hundred atid ixt tour A. i. A Jet n -i .i i ' Pj is nr. ini, It Minor ol I'hiladflphln. vr vV 1 I-i S O Lull ) JV To Authorize t. c I'avlmt of Carpenter Blroct. from (iiay'a Kerry Itoad, Westward, one iiundiod and twenty- eiglit leet. li r,CIr(t, iiv tne ihoipci inn ummiin i uimi in ni un City of I'liilndelidiia. That the Chief Coaxmi.'.s'oner of llikihwavfi rn. atnl tie is nTt oy autnorizcti nnu uir-j ( toenier into a eontractwlth a compel e-.t ivtr or paveia, wli,-l..ill i. selccXd by a niaioiity ot the owm- s oi pni- perty owning a mummy of t net trontins; rn t erpontcr mri-i't, from t.my'H rerry nmd, vtt1 ward, about one hui- cln d and twi-ntv-eiKtu teei, n r nc pavinti imn oi ; iug wr dlilonsof Hid cnniiarl shall be thut tte contraotors s all collect the cotd ol mui pavinK fnj llie owners o( propuriy fronting on nahl ntreet, imd enter Into an obltKntlon to the citji to keep 8fd street In K'-od order fhr two years al ar faid paving o tlnilit:d, the cit to he at no cost for grading the slim. Al.KXANhKR .1. B AKPi'.K, i'rushh at of (Joiniatiti Council. A I tout AuiuiH w f i a w.r. Assistant Clerk of Common Council, d .AMKH laVNi, President of Select Cmmcil. Approert this ninth day ot lucsmher, Anno lionunt one tliuunutid ciht hundred and iUtyfour (A. O. A1,KAN1KK HKKRV, H Maorol Philadelphia. CIiRK'8 OKFICB. COMMON COPNCFL, PHii.Anai.riiia, riecomlior '1. 1SA4. In ptrraoaaee of tho auuexeS roaolutioa, tn. SiHowlnf bllf, onutlod "AH OIUilXANCl CRlaTINO A LOAN TO l'AT t!KrAI nP.PK"fBK- t'lKtt IN THE 1 KAK 1m;4, AND fKP.VIilllrl V P. AUH,'' la hareU? pnMiabeil, tn aooordanco wltll tbe aot of Aaaom k'r, tor pabllo laiormauoa. m. r. suaia. Clerk of ComuioB Coauafl. AS ORllINANrB CHP.ATIKI1 A MIA.f TO rr CKRTAIK BEPIl.'lKMCirA HP THE TKK llMit, AND rKBVIOIf.4 VBAlf. Section 1. The H.lit and Common Councils of th. Ottp Of Philadelphia do ordafn That the Mayor of Philadelphia he and ka la hore'ij ae thorixed io borrow on tbe vredlt of the eitr. from tlmo to llnie, aocb earns of runn y aa rrar bo noceaaarr fur tk. pa. nent of nuch SpAclenoloa aa now eatac. or which may exiat on the flrat day ot Jauuiry, lml', lu the aiipropria ttona to ihe aevrral drnarlni.au of tke city goTarumsnt, for theyear.talite.il humlred and aixtp-four, or for pr.- lona yeara, not exreedln. In tho whole th. .inn of two million. St. hundred thonaand Sollara, flir whleh tiito r.t, not to exc' ea tbe rata uc .la pT centam por aonum, .ball be paid half vearlv, on Iho tlr.t diiya ot January and Joly.at the office of th. City Trea.urer. Th. prlurlpal of aald loan ahall M payabl. and paid at the expiration of thirty yt-ara from the da, of th. aani.. and not bel'ore wltnoatlho conient of th holdora tnereof-: and thecprUnVal'j. thereroe, tn UjO uaual tor.a ol th. certiorate, of city Loan, ahall lio leaned In alien amoanle ai Uie lendera may reiiilre, bat not (or any frac tional part of one hundred dollar,, or, If reiuird, la amount of five hundred or one tliou.a'id dollara; audit ahafl lie oiorea.i'd lu aald .ertlfleatea that the aald loan th.i.ln meniloned, aud th. Inlareal thereof, ar. payabla fne from all taaea. Hectlon 3. Whei arer any loan ahall be made by vtrtn. thereof, th'reenaU be by f.iroe of ihla ordlnai.o annuallf approprlnted oat of the Innroe i-f the corporate aatat a and from the aum ralaed bv taxatn, a aura eotnalent to pny the lnlerv.t on eald eertiflcat., i and the rurther aaru Of three-tentba o oa. pur oetiima on the par valne oa aui-h eertlncaioa ho la.ued ahall be appro priated uuartarly out of laid tnoome and taxea to a alnk bs lend, Willi b fund, and Ua aci umulatl.na, are horoby eepeolal.y pldel fur tue redoupUuU anil payiuoat of eaid ceitlncaios. RPROLPTIOW To ptihUah a loan Hill to pay Derlclenctae. ReaoWrd, Toat the C ork ti. author Jied to publlen fn two flatly newapapera of th e city, dally, tor four weoka.tha ordii anoe pre.nited to Common Coomll on TUuraday, Uew.iberl.ltn4. entitled . , Aa Utdjnauce Or. atlua a txan to payCerlaln DoOcloackaa ol thevaar 1N64, and prrnuna yaara " i.if. ..m ilw.k at tl,a tta,Lrd mettna of Cnnolla arte i the expiration of four week, from the Drat day of .all BMilieauun, ahall preaeut to tlila Counolt on. of aoh i aald a.waai ari li.r .ry day la wldoh th. ianae ana All 13 OH 1 CI,A1UI'H BEDDING WAREHOUSE, A No. M V. ELKVKNTH STRHET, U-tl PtULAOILPBIA. TgTaiXJNI HOUlli:il afc oo. COMMISSION MER0HAST3, AND SHIP AND STEAMBOAT AOEMTS DOCK HTIIKUT WHAUK, FUILADKLPUIA.. snWT-n A. 0OtTRt, i au. Hinio oanT, COTBTY'S TEA WARKHOUSK. K8TA tdlaae4 iD Ittuu. Itnportec and liier aa rine leas, Wluei, ad Uia ore. Ctioteo Ilarraua Clears, ( rt. A Btark veO PlokJe and Sauoee, W '"V- eV --.'iaau, Fnu. o.p. K.vy kl-e. p.1 wlb j V ly JOAlltA U. UOUMTT. IT IN-N E-NO-NK-A W IV 11. 1)1 AN gMtlKIMl TOBCrftf Tlua workd-reuowued Tobacco I. uiauufaauarM from uk l ltanT LK AK . Aa4 aamMtly noouimrnda li-el to aa Oantlaniaa or laxaru.ua Taat. SWild who lea ale and ratal' at BOI. waoieaaj j-uPULAB CtnAR MTOM, MthbU OliSiHIlUT htre.t, 10 I Sui .ppoalte atate ttouM. TO SHIP CAPTAINS AND OWIf RR8. SZi-Ttieun.terHl,n..d lia.lns lea-el the K It 1 HI Nil. T5 riC-KK' l.i K.beKi.l.l"iorm hi. fri-iid. aad rha painnaol the Hock. that l. H piepare.! with 'orae; laclhtie. to acr.mumita. iho.e ha Ins ';e-l. to b, r.iud or io aired, and I.elliK a pra.-tl.-al al.lp rar,.enler an. caull.r.wlll lllra pnr.oual atu-n.lon to II.. feaaea oa :;r.i..oV,h?:.leftr la. tallio ( ompuaitloa." or Copusr Paint, for tl reaerea Uon of yuaM-la boiu.iua. for thl. clty.l aia pi.pail to lar l,l.htl,ei.m.ool.ro..Ulet.yn.;) R ,AMM1TT Kn-lnttoii i:r inei, HI UbXAWARI Areiiue, ainiv I. .U ahL Val.