THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 18G6.
THE PLATE WAR.
Tb AiU Freptarinsr t Attnrtt Wo.
mlli rraiiiyin Attack at .
da PatrlM Kipalttad, y the Alllt
Oaxalry rifftot.T- Thoniit ' i:rlHft'1
Tt1 Iks' t I'Uld OienidU Work)
th Paraitoayaan ft nigra of Terror
la Parasoay lb IMOlcalty R(nc
Cblil sxtad Bruay Great Scarcity of
Beef Cattle Iatn Ilat at Botnta
Ayrn 10 4 In tb Mbal In December,
.llUID PBWABinoMS TO ATTACK HUMAITAt
The Allifs have concantratcd their forces at
Corrientes, near the boundary of Paraguay, and
whence torccs can be eiit up either the Para
guay river or the Parana. " Recently tha Bra
zilians have been incroaa'mjr their forces, so that
the Allws must now have assembled forty-flve
thousand men. By asreement President Ucne
ral Mitre is Commander-in-Chief while the Allies
occupy the Aremtine territory. It is said that
by the end ol January matters in preparations
-will be read; (or an attack on Fortress IlumaiU.
Thl plnce lias lately been much strengthened.
About two hundred euns are in position, chains
are placed across the river, and torpedoes are
planted near it. President Mitre Intends to
attack thla fort simultaneously by land and
TUB PARAGUAYAN DISPENSES.
Across the river Parana there are two ferries,
or fords, whcie the banks of the river are prac
ticable lor tsams. These are Paso da Patria
and Peso do los Bur-yes. At tha former the
Paraguayant are stronely fortifying and prepar
ing well to dlBpiite the pass. As the other pa
is unfortified it is likely that PrcsieVnt Mitre will
eboose this ona whun he is ready, lie has
ordered the preparation of three hundred canoes,
to hold twenty men each, for crossing. By such
leans the Paraguayans often come over at night
nd steal cattle and reconnoitre.
General Flore?, of Urnpuay, is guarding the
Paso da Patila with Brazilian troops; Ocneral
Caceres, ot Cornentes, is at the city or Corrien
tes, commanding Argentines: General Panucro
is witn the commander-in-chief, two and a half
leagues from the city of Corrientes.
PARAGUAYAN ATTACK aMJPTJLBED.
The most Impovtunt piece of news by this
steamer is that the Paraguayans have again
crossed over at the Paso da i'utria and attacked
the cavalry stationed there tinier command of
Genetnl Caceres. The enemy at tirst numbered
one thousand men, but havm;.- beon reinforced
by five hundred more, compris'ini; artillery and
cavalry, they attacked Caceres' brave followers,
but were driven back in disorder to the moun
tains which abound in that section.
A REION Of TE r.KOR IN PARAQUAT.
The last conscription of Paraquay had added
to many old men and bojs to the army pa to in
duce the belief that, as to men, Lopez is limited.
Several prisoners", Ion? incarcerated, have died,
it is said, of poison. Many women are held in
prison for political oflenses, such as expressing
opinions averse to the Paraguayan Government.
In bliort, Lopez has instituted a reign of terror
that is too severe to last long.
GENERAL TJBUIZA'S FORCES,
of Entre Eios, have a?ain dispersed in largs
numoers. General Mitre has written to him to
send on to boadquartcr all the troops ready for
the field, and4o punish the delinquents. Already
large numbers of officers and men are applying
to General Urquiza for pardons. Nina have
already beea shot for mutiny er desertion.
General Urquiza Is etttctually biding the Allies
by his viRor and discipline. At the outset Para
guay ottered htm great inducements to join
Lopez; bur he declined, wisely as well as patri
otically. Ills opposition to the Allies would
have prolonged the struggle through yeirs.
SCARCITY OP PROVISIONS AMONQ THE ALLIES.
The fact that tho Paraguayans, in their one
hundred and ninety-two days' invasion, swept
away every cow and sheep In Corrientes, makes
supplies of meat tor the army scarce and aear,
A few days ago I saw eix very splendidly got up
ambulances rtadv for the Army, labelled in large
letters, "Argentine Sanitary CommiFsion." A
recent fair lor that society here the first of the
kind ever held yielded $20,000 in silver.
The Allied fleet is maio up chiefly of Brazilian
vessels. Four or five of the sixteen vessels are
Argentine. TJraguuy has none at present; but
she has just bought three fine gunboats fioiu the
United States, wkleb, under the South American
Barnes of Yatay, Vigilante, and Uruguay, will
soon )o in the fleet. Tho Brazilian iron-clad
2'amandare has succeeded in getting above Cor
rientes. She is greatly relied on in the pro
jected assault on Humaita. The Brazilian
monitor is also there.
A Brazilian steam transport was wrecked last
week on the Iuo Grande coast, while conveying
troops to the seat qt war. There were on board
650 men, ot Mhom two officers and five soldiers
As to the state of ffeling here, no one ex
presses any doubt as to the issue. Lopez must
fall, and soon. Every confidence is expressed
in our chief officers; thus far they have steadily
progressed towards the subluxation of tho Pa
raguayan horde. The discipline of the army is
stricter than ever was known amoug Argentina
troops, and they fieht with great bravery and
dcttf iniiiatiori. j-he national paper currency is
constantly increasing in value. Both bonds and
buck issues nave advanced about ten per cent,
since' tlie'war begun. The only excitine politi
cal question is not war or no war, but the re
moval 01 tne national capital irom iiuenos
It is expected that Chili wilt make demands
on this Government, as she did on Uruguay, for
sending out privateers ana estaousning prize
courts; and under tlrs impression vesterdav
gold Increased one-twentieth of one per cent.
not a very destructive rise. The Parana river is
rising a fact favorable to the grounded Bra-
zutiuiiH. 'ine united states war steumers wasp
ana bnawtnui navi- arrived at Montevideo.
In some parts of the country the crrasshonnerg
are stripping the fields of all irreen vegetation.
leaving the peach stones hanging on the leafless
tiees, und drinking the streams drv. Several
serious Indian invas'ons have occurred some
of them within one hundred miles of Buenos
Ayics. They are bolder than for years, knowing
that our soldiers ar3 away at the war. Tho
-wheat harvest has been Gathered: it is the iosl
extensive ant productive ever known hero. Of
wool, lour ana a hull trillions ot pounds nave
been brought to this market. The price Is going
down, us there is but iiitle comnetition. The in
crease of theep this year is set down at ten mil
lions of animals. From the San Juan silver
mines eight and a hull tons ot tilver have arrived.
Bvenoh Ayreb. December 29. To-dav a sun
plemeutal mail leaves to overtake the other at
Montevideo. I send vou the latest news.
Two of the seven Brazilian transports aerotiQd
in the Parana river ai cealn floating. That
river is covered with Biuntl cralt, in the rivr
trade, carrying trom one to twenty tons, nearly
all under foreign flags, chiefly ilaltan. They
are generally manned by iheir owuers,.who are
mostly umible to, read or write, and they are
skilful smuggler. They demand nil the reaped
for iheir liiig that is due to an East Iudiainan.
It is a wonder that the system docs not oecasion
ceaseless European wars.
LOPEZ IN A TICHT PLACE.
No warlike movements have occurred, except
that the allies are coucontrutincr. uud preparing
for an Invasion of I anigcay. There ure rumors
of peace; but the allies ure pledged to accept no
other conditions tiiau the expulsion f Ljpez
from South Aiuenca, and the division of tho
Provisions ere bo scarce in Corrientes that
cattle ure bought m Kntro Rio in pr-ei num
bers. and driven over to th titrav. Tho result
is that the pries of caltlo havo advanced so
mueh as to almost suspend the annual killing
iur iuo uiues, uuiiri, mm tuiiow.
Such large reinforcements are comlncr from
, Brazil that the allies ure believed to have iiit
thousand men within a day's march of the
passes ot mo rurana.
EIGIITT THOUSAND BRAZILIANS IN in! FIELD
A good authority b re estimates the Brazilian
forces under arms in the allied service ou the
frontier at eighty thousand men. Ten thousand
men have atrived at Montovldoo during thelmt
two months en route to Comentes. Within the
last thtce days sixteen hundred more have
arrived. Eighteen hundred are on the way, and
four thousand two hundred are waiting lor
transports to bring them to the river Plate. I
cannot believe that all the designs of Brazil have
jet appeared on the surface.
The utmost activity prevails in the province of
Entre Bios. General Urquiza is gathering
troops with great industry for tho allied camp.
AnoTdcrhas been isRucd shutting up all tho
grog shops ol the "rural districts'' ol that pro
vince. The same is proposed In this pro
vince. Thus we shall have the "Maine law,"
and without a single temperance society in the
country. ... ,
Later advices contradict the report of ian
French war steamer Decldce bringing gold from
Paraguay for Lcpez or any one else.
The news by the French steamer yesterday has
slightly raited the price of fine wools. During
the month of December 17,683 bales of wool
and 48t! bags havo been shipped. Aboui half of
the whole amount went to the .United States.
Immense quantities of new' wheat begin to
The old blockade-runners Aqnes, Arkle, and
Lelia Bei have been scld to the Brazilian Steam
The heat here 1s unprecedented, reaching for
come days one hundred and two and one hun
dred ana four degrees Fahrenheit In the shade.
yesterday it niocetaiea, ana tnt nignesi wai
eighty-nine degrees: to-day seventy-seven
degrees. JT. Y. Herald.
Brevet Appointments Confirmed.
The following Pennsylvania volunteer officers
In the late war, nominated by President John
eon, have been confirmed by the Senate:
TO BE MAJOR-GENERALS BY BREVET.
Brevet Brigadlcr-Gcncral John I. Gregg. U. 8.
V., and Colonel of tho 6th Pennsylvania Cavalry,
for gallant ana meritorious services, juarcn u,
Brevet Brigadier-General Charles H. T. Collis.
U. S. V., and (Jolonpl lHth Pennsylvania Volun
teers, for meritorious services curing me war,
March 13, 18V5.
Brevet Brigadier General William II. Medill.
TJ. 6. V., and Colonel 141st Pennsylvania Volun
teers, for gallant and meritorious services dur
ing the war, March 13, 1805.
Brigadier- General John F. Hartranft, U. 8. V.,
ior conspicuous gallantry in repulsing ana
driving back the enemy from the lodgment
made on our lines at Fort Sedgwick, Virginia,
March 13, ibtio.
Brevet Brigadier-General A. L. Pearson, U. 8.
V., for meritorious services during the war, May
1, 1866. v
TO BE BRIO ADIEP.-G ENERALS BY BREVET.
Colonel Alexander Cnmrnings. 19th Pennxyl-
vanla Cavalry, lor meritorious services, April
Colonel William .1. Bolton, 6ist Pennsylvania
Volunteers, for ga'lant and meritorious services
during the war, March 13, 18G6.
Colonel James Carle, lUlst I'-nnyivania vol
unteers, for conspicuous gallantry and merito-
licus services throughout the war, March 13,
Colenel Kobert C. COx. 207th Pennsylvania Vol
unteers, lor gallant and meritorious services at
Forts fsteadman and Sedgwick, Va., April 2,
Colonel C. W. Diven, 200th Pennsylvania Vol
unteers, for valuable and meritorious services in
front ol Petersburg, Va., March 25, 18C6.
Colonel Levi A. Uodd. 211th Pennsylvania Vol
unteers, for gallant and meritorious services in
the assault upon the enemy's works in front of
tort cseogwicc, va., April mi, ibob.
Colonel John Frazer, 140th Pennsylvania Vol
unteers, lor gallant services, March 13, ltiiio.
Colonel William It. Hartshorn, 190th Pennsyl
vania Volunteers, ior conspicuous gallantry and
mentorious services throughout tha war, Marco,
Colonel Henry M. Hoyt, 52d Pennsylvania
Volunteers, lor gallant and meritorious services.
to date from March 12, 18G5.
Colonel P. liuey, 8th Pennsylvania Cavalry.
for gallant and morl'.orioua services during the
war, marcn is, i8u&.
Colonel Henry A. Hambright, 79th Pennsyl
vania Volunteers, lor meritorious services, Jane
Colonel J. B. Kiddoo. 22d Regiment U. S. C.
T., for gallant and meritorious servioes during
the war, June 15, 1805.
Colonel Alfred B. McCalmont, 208th Pennsyl
vania Volunteers, for gallant services during the
war, March 13, 1865.
Colonel C. C. McCormick, 7th Pennsylvania
Cavalry, lor long, faithful, and gallant services,
March 18, 18(;5.
Colonel David B. McKibben, 214th Pennsylva
ij la Volunteers, tor gallant and meritorious ser
vices during the war, March 13, 18G5.
Colonel J. A. Mathews, 205lh Pennsylvania
Volunteers, for gallant and meritorious services
at Forts Steudmau and Sedgwick, Virginia,
April 2, 1866.
Brevet Colonel W. II. II. McCall, U. 8. V., and
Lieutenant-Colonel 2U0th Pennsylvania Volun
teers, lor valuable and meritorious services in
the assault in trout of Fort Sedgwick, Virginia,
February 2, 8ti5.
Colonel M. K. McClennan, 138th Pennsylvania
Volunteers, for gallant and meritorious services
before Petersburg, Virgiuia, April 1, 1865.
Colonel Henry Pleasants, 48rh Pennsylvania
Volunteers, tor skillul and distinguished ser
vices during tho war, and particularly in the
construction and explosion of the mine before
Petersburg, Virginia, March 13, 18C5.
Brevet Colonel Joseph B. Pattce. United States
Volunteers, and Lienienant-Colonel ot the 190th
Pennsylvania Volunteers, tor gallant and meri
torious services during the recent campaign
terminating with the surrender of the insur
gent army under General Kobert E. Lee, April
Colonel Marcus A. Ecno, 12th Pennsylvania
Cavalry, tor meritorious servioes daring the
war, March 13, 18ifi.
Colonel Joseph Roberts, 3d Pennsylvania
Heavy Artillery, for meritorious and distin
guished services, April , 18ti5.
Colonel Kobert M. West, 6th Pennsylvania
Cavalry, lor gallant ana meritorious conduct at
the battle of Five Forks, Vlrgir.ia, April 1, 1!5.
Colonel Samuel M. Zulick, 29th Veteran Vol
unteers, for bravery and etliciency as an officer,
Colenel George ZiDn, 67th Pennsylvania Vol
unteeis, lor good conduct and meritorious ser
vices during me war, April 6, 1.SG5.
Colonel Joseph V. Fisher, 195th Pennsylvania
Volunteers, lor laithful and meritorious services
during tho war. November 4. 18G5.
Colonel Charles L. Leiper, 2d Pennsylvania
cavalry, ior meritorious services a uriug the war,
Marrh 13. 1815.
, Colonel E. L. Dano, 143d Pennsylvania Volun
teers, for meritorious services, Juiy 26, 165.
Colonel Thomas M. Walker, 11th' Pennsylvania
Volttiiteeie, tor meritorious strviccs, July 6. 18U5.
Colonel Knmu'.'i p. Spear, 11th Pennsylvania
cavalry, ior gieut personal uravcry at uaroy
town, near Kichuiond, Va., March 13. 1865.
Colonel Henry A. Frlak, of the 18Cth Pennsyl
vania voitictcer?. ;or gauan; ana meritorious
services dining lue war, October 4, 1806.
Colonel Tho nuts 10. Rose, of the 77th Pennsvl
vania Volunteers, 'or gallant aud meritorious
services, Julv 22, ID'5.
Colonel thai leu dimes, 20Gth Pennsylvania
Volunteers, 'or i;n rltorlous services Oaring the
wnr. Sentr li ter Ibti5.
dioiiel J. P. Tux lor, of tho 1st Pennsylvania
cavuiry, lor memonous services, August 4, lstio.
How Th? ITi t uck Kill Themselves.
Wh have aiiviui v r.lluded to the reoorts of the
suicides ir 1 ltiiiue 'roiu 1827 to lHf.O. The lot
lowing tabi', pri-re-rcd by Dr. De Boisuaont, who
nas muao tin- ii !',' t his special study, u a sum.'
uiary ot the vunoi: mode adoptea:
Number. Male- Ferni'
By liaBBiog 14 242 12 163 a, 090
nyaiowniiu 11845 6 688 &.lf7
By ureai m 4,81)0 4. 37 63
liycliarcoul 4 2V 2,917 1,807
By cuttiD iDelrmi bu. .1,663 1U'2 2H0
By voluntary lail 1 8H0 8tft 619
By ikiisoii 756 474 2H2
ly o btr mtHEi 282 28 61
88,671 28 W
P R, O.S P, E.O.T TJ, S
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COLD MIMIVG COMPANY.
CAPITAL STOCK.. -SSOO.OOO
' NUMBER OF BUAHKh, 60,000.
Far Value and Subscription Price, $10.
W0RKIX9 CAPITAL, $50,00,
COLONEL WILLIAM B. THOMAS.
SECRET ART AND TREASURES, pTO tOm,
J. I10PKINS TAEIt.
" WILLIAM L. HIRST, Esq.
COLONEL WILLIAM B. THOMAS,
CUAliLEB B. OGDKN,
ALEXANDER J. IIARPEK,
The Lond of this Compnr connlets of about Z
Acre, in ecKlf nburg counij, otth C'MoUiia, abuut
ih uiiles lrom ilie lowu 01 charlotte.
On tbls nropertv flfcen haitsorplfa bare beea ooened
ana sui.k tovarloua dentil, troui m totsfi lcL iluiuon-
oailDK ilie txiMence ui ibree parallel veuiaot ore of
about i l l Id wldih ana about 16 leet apart, convarulou
10 a coninon centre at tbe depth 01 about ISO Icet. form
ing one Immense man er vein ot ore, extending- In
leualb tlirouKh the property more Uinn balf a mile.
lbere are alro on tbia property 01 ner vein! 01 ore uriex-
piorca A 11 tnese ores are Known as me mown urea,
and are vtrv neb, yielding an average ol about fiW per
tun in cold, tbe above results bavlna oeen demon.
stratedbvtbe inde working of the mines for several
years paat. tne rn-E 01 invcument in onneveioped pro
perty Is pot inenrred, and by tbe application ot modem
mining ana reducing niatninery ino . ompanv anuolpaie
au iiiiiiivuJttio uuu iaiv teiuiu iur uirjr ujuuey.
Ilavlnir an ore that readily yields 1200 oerton. some
estimate can be made of ibe value ot ; his property. With
t he present mipenect system 01 mining, ten tons of this
ore can be taken out and reduced dally troui every shait
opened, at an expense not exceeding S2A per ton. leav
ing a net dally proUt ot al750 for eacb shaft worked by
Ibe lru6 working capital reserved will enable the
Company at once to procure ano erect the best modem
niicliluery lor manipulating tbe ores, by means 01 which
tbe yield will bo lai gely Increased.
These mines, whilst they Produce ores richer than
those of Colorado or Nevada, have many advantages
over them, particularly in an abundance i.f inel and
cheap labor, and the facility with which they ean be
woraea uuring ine entire year: wniist ti'ose 01 Colorado
and levada can only be worked during the warm
A test assay of an average lnoecimen of the ore tVnm
the Carson Alines was made as loie as the 'i7th ol
January ot the present year, aa will appear from the fol
lowing cerimiatc 01 j-foicssnrn jjooiu ana uarrett, the
Assayersol the Phiiadelphla Hint:
FniLADBLPBiA, January 27, 1866.
Dear Sir: We have carefully assayed the sample of
ore 110m "Carson Mine," North Carolina, and Und It to
yieia ten ounces nino DennyveiRiits 01 pure gold to the
ton of oie. 'ibe coin value Is therefore llbv2 per ton
01 ore. xouis, lespectiully.
.BOOTH OA BRETT
Sr. M. D. Tatlob, Ko. 404 Walnut street, fhllad.
PubfcrlDtlons to the Capital Stock will be received at
the dfllee of the Company. o. 4V7 WAXMJT Ktreet,
vt here samples ot tbe ore may be seen, and lull lntornia
tlon given. 1 2 3
J W. H AM M A R,
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BAKER'S POPULAR HAIR ESTABLISH
AifcNT The assortment ol Braids, w lin.Toupeee
jimiuciui, iih)iuuui, nouioaux, lonnues, irises
CriDipi.es. Cnrle, lilnslve Seams ior ladies, cannot be
equal ed by any other nouxe In the United Si tea, at
fini:n mnwiKnu vincnill'TD.
i n1' am no. uuuuHisMjiUT street, rbliadelphla.
ISAIAH PRICE. DENTIST, GRADUATE OP
Philadelphia College of Dental Surgery, class 1863-4,
ivituKiij vi roi. viivivr, x n., uaviug survea uiree years
tn tbe Armv, has resnnied the practice of bis profession
at No. 241 N. ELEVENTH Street, Philadelphia, where
" "in rnucavur 10 nive saiisiaoiory atlenuon to all wno
may require bis piolessional services. 11 g ly
a BaUIUfUIV MB VW
AND GILT MOULDISGSl
No. 929 ARC LT STREET,
PAINTINGS, AND A GREAT VARIETY
OP ENGRAVINGS ON HAND.
OLD WORK RECILT EQUAL
TO NEW. Ufl4m
A R N E S S.
A LARGE LOI OP NEW U. 8. WAGON HAR
NESS, 2, 4, and 6 borse. Also, parts-ot HAR
NESS, SADDLES, COLLARS, HALTERS, eto.,
bought at the recent Government Bales to bo sold
at a ereat sacrifice. Wholesale or Retail. Together
with our usual assortment of
SADDLER YAND SADDLER YHARD WARE.
WILLIAM S. HANSELL & SONS,
4 ij " . No. 114 SlARKET Street
I L E y & BROTHER,
IMPOHTF.ES ANT) DFALEHS TN1
HAVANA CIUAK AND MK-KCUTJM PIPES,
ii. Yf. Cor. K1UU1U and WALNUT btrta.
We offer the finest Havana CI pars at prices from 24 to
30 per urnt. below the regular rates.
Also, tho celeb! ato'l
-LONfc JACK" BMOKLNO TOBACCO,
which la far superior to any yet brought before the
public , .
Motto of Lone Jack!
"BEEK HO FC&TilEK, KOK NO BETTER CAK BE
a-QUNP." 1 15 Sio
JMTLER, WEAVER & CO.,
Manilla and Tarred Cordage, Cords,
No. 53 North WATt'E Btreet. and
No. 'ii North lf LAW AUK Avenue,
1 PWIK IL FlTLER, AllCnABL WEAVEtt,
COKBAO F. CLOTU1EU. 3 14 S
T C. PERKINS,
(successor to R. Clark, Jr.,
No. 824 CHRISTIAN STREET.
Constantly on hand a largo and vorlea assortment
of Building Lumber. 6 14 ly
W" ILLIAM S. GRANT,
No. 33 8. Lh-LAWAKtO Artilue, PblladolphU,
rnprnt's r,nnpowder,l(etlned Nitre, Charcoal, Eto.
Yl. 1 liter A Co ' I boculate, t ocoi , and hroiua.
Crocker Lios. & Co 'a Ye.lowAt.tiU feheaihlnt;, Bolta,
and Nulls r 1 U
A"LEXAXDER G. C ATT ELL & CO.,
PKOICCE COMMISSION METtCDANTS,
0. 26 NOBTIl WUAEVE8,
No. XOnTHAWATFlt STREET, ' .
1 bILlELlUlA. 22$
ALF.X AKDKR O. CATTBLL BLUAH O.CATl'KLb
riTllECOLTON DENTAL APbOPUTION ORI
I glnatea the ArttStlictlo use of JilTUOOS OXIlB
OAH tor Extracting 'tenth without Pala WK DO NO
OTHEM IiiM'jL WOUK. Oltloe, No. T37 W ALNUT
Ktree Miliaria phln. 8 lm
DElxEVUE STAMPS, REVENUE STAMPS
O' all descriptions,
. 0 all deacriptiona, . . . .
Alwava on hand,
Always on limi t.
AT PI OEFNCB PEWINO MACHINE CO.'H Off If.
Af FLOKENC E HEWING VAf'HINE CO.'fl OFFICE,
r No 3U CHIXNUT Hitvet
No. C;tO CbKSNU r Hlieet,
One door below Sevenih street
1 Olb door below Heventh street. ,
Tbe most liberal discount allowed.
Y FINANCIAL. ;
JAY;.COOK,E, & CO.,
. HO. 114 S. THIRD STREET, , -
DEALERS IN GOVERNMENT SECURITIES
U. B. s OF 1881, " '
20s, OLD AUD KEW, . .
10-401 CERI1FICATE3 OF INDEBTEDNESS,
, 7'E0 SOTES, 1st, 2d, and 8d gerlea.
COMPOUND INTERES1 H0TE3 WANTED.
151 EB EST ALLOWED 09 DEPOSITS.
Colleotlona made; Stoeks Bought and Bold on
ripeelal buslnosa accommodation! reserved for
rniXAiu.rHTA, February, 18(18.
XJ. S. SECURITIES.
SMITH, RANDOLPH & CO.,
BANKERS & BROKERS,
10 S. THIRD ST.
3 NASSAU ST.
STOCKS AND GOLD
BOUGHT AND SOLD ON COMMISSION.
INTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS. 21
1 No. 225 DOCK STREET,
BANKERS AND BROKERS,
BUT AKD SELL
CNITED PTATE8 BONDS. 1881a, 8-2fs, 10 40a,
UNITED STATES 7 MOs. ALL ISBUEi.
CEET1F1CATES OF INDEBTEDNESS
Vercantlle Paper and Loans on Co laterals negotiated.
Btocks Bought and t?old on Commission. 1 31 ly
JJARPEIt, DURNEY & CO.,
STOCK AND EXCHANGE BROKERS,
No. 55 8. TIIIED STREET, PHILADELPHIA.
Stocks and Loans bouirht and sold on Commission
TJncunent Bank Notes, Coin, Etc., bouirht and sold.
Special attention paid to tne purchase and sale ol
Oil Stocks, Deposits received, and Interest allowed,
as per agreement. 121 8m
IIE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
During the erection ol the new Bank hulldinir,
No. 3Q5 CHESNTTT STREET
TTTnTJir xrpnTTPTT Xr rrt
STOCK AND EXCHANGE BROKERS,
No. 00 S. THIRD STREET
GOYEENHENT SECURITIES Bought and Sold.
STOCKS Bought and Sold on Commission.
; INTEREST allowed on Deposits. 1311ni4p
W A N T E D.
IDE HAVEN & BROTHER'
No. 40 S. THIKD STHSET.
QIRARD FIRE AND MARINE
OFFICE, No. 415WALN OT STBEET, PHILADELPHIA
CAPITAL PAID IN, 1ST CASH, 2(10,ijOO.
This compary continues to write on Fir Jtitk only
Its capital, with a good surplus, is safely invested.
Loeses by fire have been promptly paid, and more than
Disburse" on this account within the past few years.
For tbe present the otlce of this company will
No. 415 WALNUT STREET,
But within a few months will remove to its OWN
S. E. CORNER SEVENTH AND CHESNTTT 8TBEETS,
Then as now, we shall be happy to insure our patrons at
such tales as are consistent with safety. , .
ALFBED S. GILLETT.
Tr Oa. VAt KELLAK,
JOHN SUPPLhK. I
JOHN W. CLAGHOBN, .
fcll AS Yl-UK I. H.J It..
N. . LAWKE.NC'E.
CHARLES I. DUPOWT,
HKNKV K. KENNKY,
JOSEPH KLAPP. M.D.
'imumas tJKAVn.pi. rrosiaonu
i ALFRED 8. GILLE1T. V. President and Treasurer.
JAAtEb li. ALVOBD, Secretary. 1 19 ly
T7t I K U INSURANCE,
1 THE UUSIl IMJ(Ulcaji(.:K XJUAllfANX
Nov 1MB. i'OCKTH Htreot.
Charter PcrpetnaL Authorized Capital, 500 000
I'aid-no Canllal. SlUO.IlUii.
Insures against lots or dam&L'e by EIRE on buildings,
either permanently or for LIMITED period. Also ou
HhUOlANDlriJC generally and Household Furnliuro,
city or eounay.
Thomas Klmber. Jr..
Cliarlea A. Duy,
TVm. 1. 1 ewis.
William B. Bullock,
x m. N, Needles,
J. Ilillboru Jones,
Wm. C. Lonxstreth,
J. N Ilutrbiii-on,
John l. Taylor,
JAMES BROWN. Pn-sldflnt.
ChAb. A UtJY. Vice President,
TliOAAS NEILSON, Score
J U R E K A!
THE INFALLIBLE HAIR RESTORATIVE
THIS IS NO HAIR LYE. ,
TP E IMMENSE SUCCESS with which this prepara
tion has met OuilDK tne snort nine it am uueu oeiora
the public, nvs luuucou tne tuoiinanii ana tens or mou
Hilda ulio have ued and alteslcd lis virtues, to vro
iiounce u the ONLY and 'I HUE tiair Restorative The
Eureka has been Introduced lino all the principal eltle
both Lat and West, and bavinir mlililuliy ocrniruiod all
that is claimed Kir It, has suprrtuood all othar llulr Pre
parations 1 he K urrka rrstort s Grevllalr to its oilKlual
colon prevents the hair troui I'll. Ins oui, br cuuiiug a
healthy condition of the aia'P. unptrttnir tothehaira
(OMirrt mid g oss. and y uihfiil anpi urunce tlmt no
Other Hair rreparation can nroui. i ne r.un ia is inn
from all lmpuritiia or poisonous dtuns ana cun be used
wltbop.: s.llinK scalp or nanas.
Atauulactured and sold wholesale and retail by
ROBERT FISHER, Sole Agent,
No. U N. FIFTH Street. St Louis, Mo,
Agents for Pennsylvania, DrOTT OO-.JNo I'B N,
TEAFESS. BLINDNESS, AND CATARUII.
I ' j. isA At 8, It. D., Pro'eMor ot tbe Eye and Ear
A .11 rilau. ......r.ll.,.i 1r. fllj. lllAVA tllMinllMfl
with the Dtmost success. Ttstlmoula s Irom Ihemost
reilntde founcs is the ait can be sn at hlsotHce. No.
tin PlWt' HtrwBt Tl.e Medlual Kaoulty are invited to
accompany their patient a be kut u eorts In his
nV1, 111 1
TiLAWARE MUTI7A I, PAFETlflVSURAKCC
' . COMPANY, '
INCOlirOBATfD PY UU: LFCIStATCKE ,
OFFICE B..E. CORNER .HtllD AND WALNtTf
B 1 r r.T M, 1 111 LA till UU, ,
To all parte of tha w
!Ufm iNsrn a tfepfl
Oa Goods by Blvrr t anal. Lake, and Laid Carriage to
, . an parts m tne i ninn ( ,
., FIRE INSURANCES f . t
On Vervhanitls" renT-ail.
On Stores, Dwelling House, eto. '
ASSETS OF THE COMPANT
NOTCmlMT I. llft.
United States 6 per cent, lean; T1
J .... . .; mm
i rw loon,
Treaaury Notes ,. jru tit OO
State ot A ennsylvania Fir Per cent.
Lean , at.U3f '
State of Pennsylvania blx Per Cent
Loan... K loft-
City of Philadelphia Six Per Cent. ""'wr
Pennsylvania Railroad First Mors-
gate 8lx Per Crnt. Bonds M.OOO'Ot
Pennsylvania Railroad Heoond Mori-
tune Plx Per Cent. Bonds tS.lAAAa
W esi-Vn Pennsylvania Ral.rotd Mort
gsco Pl Per Cent, bonds 23,7fi0- 9
in puaren swi urrmantown Uas
Comp.nv. principal and Intorost
Snamntced by the City ot Philar
14 Shares Stock. PennsviVaLla Ball- ,
rosd i omnany g (eoo
K0 Shares Stock North Pennsylvania
' Railroad Company 1 ,230 -Of
Deposit with I nltwl Htates Govern
nent. auhject to ten days' call 40,000'M
State of Tenneeee Five Per Cent.
Loana on bonds and MortraKe, flist
ueua on viv l roperty lisjuvn
l,OJa,U40Par. ' Market value.. ...49M .vwW
Real Estate.... M.- Otl-OO ,
Bills receivable lor In-urances made. I'il.OU tl
Balanoeadueat A (rencic, -.Premiums
on Marine Polloies, A cor nod Inte
rest, and other debt due the Com
pany 40 511-4A
Scrip and Stock of sundry Insurance
and other Companies, . I'M. Esti-
matrd valne 210 Ot
' Cash in Banks a5J,9V! 89
Cash in Drawer 618-48
. . M.6M-M
John C. Davis,
I dmnnd A. 8onder,
John K. Penrose, ,
Henry C. liailett, Jr.,
James C. Hand.
William C. Lndwlg,
Jnaepa H. Peal,
Oeorse C. Leiper,
riamuel at. Rtokes,
J. V. Peniston,
William (i. fionlton,
H. Jnes Brooks,
Jacob P. Jonra.
lamea B. AlcEarland.
I , n
ifUNUtll r. ry
J. P.. Prmole, Pittsbnre.
B Reraer. Pttbuiv,
11. T Xlnru.M PIH.Kii.ff.
i ' y " a n c. ti jii, i-rosiaent,
Assets on January 1, 180G,
(400 000 09
K44 64.1 1ft
INCOME FOR 1806,
- $310 000.
LOSSES PAID SINCE 180 OVER
Perpotoal and Temporary Policies on Liberal Terms. '
Charles 17. Tt.nolr..
Oeorne W. Kichords,
Alfn.il ITI,ln. j
Francis W. Lewis, M. D.
... EDWAKD ; DALE, Vice-President.
JAS. W. A1CALL1H1'R, bocrelary protein. 2 Jf23I .
JORTU AMERICAN, TRANSIT
No. 133 S. FOURTH Street
Annual Policies Issued apaonst General Accidents of all
descriptions at exceedingly low rates, ,
Insurance effected for one year, in any mm lrom 100
to 010,000, at a premium of only one-half per cent, seen
ring the full amount Insured in case of death, and a com
,v",,,uu mu nee, vquai w iuo wooio premium paid.
Short time Tickets for 1, 2, , 5, 7, or 10 days, or 1, S, or
6 months, at 10 oem s a day, insuring In the sum of S13000
or gtvm 1S per wet tt disabled, to be had at the Gene
ral Once, No. 133 8. ForBTII Street. Philadelphia, or at
the V.xrious Railroad 1 icket offlcoa. Be sure to purchase '
the tickets of the North American Transit Insurance
For circulars and further Information applv at th
General Office, or of any of th authorized Agents ot th
" . LLWI3 L HOt'PT. Prrsldent.
i . JAMJH M. CON RAIL Treasurer, i
HK.NTtY C. BHOWN, Secretary.
JOHN C. BCLLITT. Solicitor.
L. L. Bonpt. late of Penntylvanla Ballroad Corrnanv.
M. lt.of At. W.BaldxMu4t:o.'a.
hamuei C. Palmer, Cashier ol Commetclal Bank. . i
Plchard Wood, Ne. Market street ,
James M. Conrao, No. Qi'i Market street
J. K. Klnpsly, Coutlnru al Hotel.
II. Q. Lelseiirlng, Nos. aai und i! Dock street :T
Samm-l Work, or Work Met ouch A C
OeorgeMarUn No. Cbetnut sbeet. Ill ly '
H E P R O V I D E N T
Life and Trust Co.,
OK l niLADKLPUIA.
Incorporated by tho State of FcnnsvIvanlaThlrdlC
25d, IW.0, INbl KKHLIVm, ALLo'W INTi.Uti.Sl
Dls.PObl'l. aKJ) GBaMS AMNUTTIK8.
Samuel B. (shinier.
Joshua H Aluiria, .
Wllllum (' I .on troth.
r. x oiiiu.
SAM I' LL B. bUIPCET, President
BOWLAKD PABET, Actuary.
officb. 7 28 ly
No. Ill S. FOURTH Street.
HFSTX IN8DEAKCB COMPANY O,
, INtOHI'OHATKD 1NU4 CHARTER PERPETUAL.
No. 'i'A WALNUT Slrcei opposite the Kxchanae.
In addition to MARINE and INLAND INbUltANCB
this Couijauy insure ,rom loss or aamaKe b.vr iltit,. on
liberal lerius, ou buudlnijs, uieichaudise, lurnltur. eto '
for liuilitd periods, and periuuncntly on building. bp
doposit of premium.
1 be l onii) any uaa been tn active operation for mora
than HlXiV YK. km, during which all louea kav lieeu
promptly adjusted and laid.
John Ji Hodge,
At U, M&honey,
Job. T. Lewis.
William ri. Grant,
Robert XV Learning,
11. Clark Whaxtou,
I wrenee Lewis, Jr.
Thomas it. Powers,
A. K. atcHenrr.
loiiis . J orris.
W UCHliRJta, Presrient.
13 amu el Wilcox, be. retur,
FIRE INSTJEANCE EXCLUSIVELY. THB
P iNNsYLVAMA riRE lf-HUBANCfc COMPANY
Id corporaud Itfo Charter lerpetual 'o. MO WAb
Nl T b.reet, opposite IadepeuCenca buuaie.
Ibis Companv.lavorabiy kuonn to the oomro unity fef
over torlr yean, continue to Insure aaalnst loxa or
damag by Ure en Public or Private Buiiuuivs, eltbeo
geruiutunbyortirallailted time. Abu on (uniitare,
tock of uoodsand Merchaudta ganeraily, en Uberai
Their Capital, together with a larg unln Fund, kl
Invested In tha moxt careful manaor, whloh enableg
tnem to otter to th Insuied au andoubuJ aeurttyt
the ease t loa.
Daniel Smith, Jr., I Jehu Dereresx. - ,
Alexander biinsoift, , I Tbomaa siullit,
Iraao lionleliurst, ' I Kitiiry Iwia.
Thomas Kobuia. I J- OiUlnghasji Fell,
Panlel Iladdooa, Jr.
KAN ILL B Mil U, President
WlUJAif . WOW8J.I, fcwttla-T. nlj
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