THE DAILY EVENING TELEGllAPn.r-PniLADELPmA, MONDAY, APRIL 2, 186G.
UIT Y INTELLIGENCE
Tor Addiional City Intelligence tee Eijhlh 2'age.
Eaf.tek Sunday. Yesterday being Easter
Bnndy, the day was observed ia the Catholic
nl. other churches in a beeoralni? manner.
W'.mf of the places designated were filled with
'attentive hearers. At the Cathedral, lonfc before
the hour announced for the morning services,
thousands of persons had euiered the spacious
edifice, and Dy 10 o'clock pews, aisles, and
tvery available space was occupied by an im
menxe congregation. Heats were lndl3oiTJil
natcly taken possession of by visitors to the
Church, and a lar,e portion ot pewholdcrg
were lett to do the bent thev coula for places.
Py direction of the Eeverend Chancellor of the
iMorrse, several pews had been reserved for the
use of tho? c to whom invitations had been ex
pended, but these, too, had early- occupants.
Although some inconvenience resulted from the
demand lor seats, the strictest decorum was
observed during the splendid ceremonies. Near
11 o'clock A. M, the Rrand march by Lind
palnter was commenced by the Gcrmanla Or
chestra, and soon the procession entered the
Cathedral from the Episcopal residence, and
took plnc.es within the sanctuary.
The Rieht Reverend Bishop, James Frederick
Wood, was robed in the maenificcnt dress of his
office, with mitre and crozier, and after the
sinking of Havdn's "Te Ileum" bv a fine combi
nation choir, he ascended the altar and began
the celebration of Pontifical Mans, assisted aa
follows: Assistant Priest, Hev. James O'Connor;
Peacon of the Mass, Kcv. Aug. J. klcConoiuy,
Chancellor of the Diocese; r-ub-Ieacon, Mr.
Eaniuel Mattinjrly, Seminar? of St. Charles Dor
xomeo; Deaconp of Honor, lievs. James O'Heilly
and John J. Elcoek. The followiDg seminarians
wereubordinale officers of the Mass: Master of
Ceremonies, Messrs. F. O'Neill and J. McbHroy;
Tburilcr, Mr. J. Mellon; Acolytes, Messrs. I).
Brennan and D. McDurmott; Torch Hearers,
Messrs. O'Brien, Kelly, Reilly, Lawlor, O'Hara,
and Boyle. The choral portion of the services
consisted of Ilummel's Chorus Mass in B flat
with instrumental accompaniment, opening with
the "Kyrie Eleison" in excellent style. Every
part ot the grand chorus was sung with fine
musical effect. The Duo, in Mendelssohn's
"Kong ot Prah-e," was splendidly sung by the
Misses Welsh, at the otrcrtorlura.
The altar presented a rich and brilliant ap
pearance duricg the services, and was decorated
with art and natural beauty. At its rear was
a grove of evergreens, and distributed among
elaborate candelubras were clusters of lilies,
jsponicas, and other rare flowers and twiuincs
ot ivy, myrtle, and laurel. Above were arches
of light, wound with green branches, and in ad
dition to innumerable candles upon the altar,
two bcantitul groups of gas lets were fixed at its
sides. A gorgeons eifect was produced as the
noon-day eun, reflected from the rich-colored
skylights, fell upon the vestments, lights, and
ornaments used within the sanctuary. An elo
quent sermon was preached by the Rev. JVJ.
Ehanahan, from the text prescribed for tbjxtiiy.
After the Mass, the Papal Benediction was im
parted by the Right Reverend Bishop, and the
moraine services closed with the overture to
Mebul's Joseph by the orchestra. In the after
noon Pontifical Vespers was sung, and the attend
ance was as large a3 during tne earlier part of
Easter was also observed in St Augustine's
Church, N. Fourth street, by the celebration ot
a Grand Deacon and Sub-deacon Mass, the cele
brant being the Rev. Father PeroleBi, of the
Sistine Chapel, Rome, and the sub-deacons, the
Rev. Fathers Stanton and Mark Crane. The
main altar was splendidly decorated with na
tural flowers in great profusion, and other appro
priate adornments, and when lighted up with
jnDumsrable wax tapers arranged on it, pre
sented a most beautitul and striking appearance.
The church was densely crowded with worship
pers, many no doubt having been attracted by
ihe announcement that Hummel's Grand Mass
in D would be performed tor the first time ia
Philadelphia on this occasion. The mass was
admirably rendered with the utmost precision
and effect by the choir, which numbered up
wards of forty excellent voices, and included
some ot the best professional and ' amateur
talent in Philadelphia. . The amplest justice was
done to the splendid work, and reflected great
credit on all engaged in iu performance, as well
89 upon Protcssor Thunder, under wliose
auspices it was so creditably produced. II am
ine fs "Alma Virso" wns sung at the Oifcrtory
with treat nowcr and effect.' Miss Blackburne
sustaining the solo portions in the most credit
able manner. The Rev. Fa'hef Crane delivered
an appropriate and eloquent discourse on the
occasion, and the celebration throughout was
ot a highly Impressive and interesting char
acter. Deaths in Philadelphia. -During the
tast week the whole number of deaths in this
city was 243, of which 17 were persons from the
country.' As usual, consumption of the Junes
carried off the largest number, 47; there were
2'2 deaths of inflammation of the lungs, 8 of in
flammation ot the brain; 76 were under one
year, 14 from 80 to 00, 1 from r!0 to 100, and 1
liom 100 to 110. ' Nativity United States, 214;
foreicn, 48; unknown, lfi; from the Almshouse,
10: people ot color, zi; irom the country, 17.
Males, too; lemaies, iju; dovs, 74; girls, el.
Deaths and interments of soldiers, 8. The
number of deaths, compared with the corres
ponding week of 1805, and of last wnekj was'
as follows : Week ending April 1st, 18G5, was
354. Week endiDg March 24th, 1800, was 275.
ArkiYals akd Depastures. The fol
lowing statement shows the number of foreign
and coastwise vessels that arrived at the port, of
Philadelphia durirg trie montn ot March, as
compared with the same month in 1865:
To'l. For. Coast. To'l.
66 2336 2390 66 2190 2240
Affalbs at the Navy Yard. The new
fric ate LhaUanooaa has boon ready for her con-
tract trial for several weeks past, and is now at
the Philadelphia Navy Yard, awaiting the orders
of the Navy Department. The conditions of the
trial are as follows: She is to make a three
days' tea trial, during which the performance of
ner machinery Hiuat be satisiuctory, ana aurins
a Tart of the time it must be shown that her
boilers can burn fourteen thousand pounds of
coal per nonr, ana that her engines will work
eff in an efficient way the steam produced by
this coal. It is expected that the Chattanooga
win luuy come up to, it not exceed, these
requirements. . - i
To be Improved. The buUdine belong
ing to the Gas Worts, In Seventh street, above
Cheenut, by order of the trustees ia about to be
fitted ud In a more commodious stvlo. The
wines of the building will be extended, and
anoiuer story aaueu. About siO.ooo will be
pent in the improvements in question. The
old building was once in tne po-session ol the
German Library Company of Philadelphia, by
whom the seoond story is still occupied. The
enlargement of the building is deemed indlspen
t,a' Ja fur the proper accommodation of the em'
ployeB of the gas office and lor the public. The
work will be coinmeuced during the present
WCCK. , , :
Charged with Highway Robbkbt.
A person bv the name of Oscar Willis was bo
ore the Recorder ou the charged highway rob
bery. A lew evenines since John McDerraot, of
Norristown, was robbed in the ncighbortiood'of
Ninth and (ireen street". He was about taking
the cars when be was enticed away by a'crowd
and taken to a drinking saloon, and after leaving
that was robbed of a gold watch, worth three
hundred dollars, and forty-seven dollars In money,
and a certificate ol stock. Willis.it is alleged.
committed the theft. The watch was recovered,
and the orwoner committed iu default of $3000
tun to answer.
! The Temperance Refobm. Yesterday
a large and interesting meeting of the friends
Of temperance took place, in the Eleventh
Street Methodist Church, tindor the auspice, of
the Frank ha Division, No. 6, a of T. Brief but
Interesting addresses were made by W. J. Mul
11 n, J. N. Morrison, and Rev. R. J. Carson.
Another temperance meeting, undor the
auspice of the Crystal Fount and Sliver Spring
Divisions, S. of T., was held about the same
time, in the church at Twentieth and Fitzwatcr
streets. Remarks were made on the occasion
by N. M. Tratt, Alexander Sloan, and others.
The meeting was an interesting one, and pro
ductive of much good.
Receiving Stolen Goods. A man named
Levi Bemhelmcr, who, at a previous hearing,
was held for a further examination on Saturday,
24th ultimo, upon the charge of receiving
stolen goods, was held in $2000 bail on Saturday
afternoon to answer at court. The piece of
goods was found in the house of the accused, and
two pieces of other blue cloth which were re
covered at 'a dychoute were tully identified by
George Campbell, of the firm of Campbell k
Pollock, Twenty-first street and Washlntrton
avenue, as their property. Mrs. Bcrnheimer,
who was charged with a similar offense, was
discharged from custody. Hernhelmer claimed
that he knew notning about the illicit purchase.
Running Cabs on Suntjav. The report
which was received trom llarrisburg last week,
by telegraph, to the effect that the Union Pa-
tenjrer Railway had neon made a post-route, and
would, therefore, be authorized to run its curs
on Sunday, appears to be lounded on facti The
officers of the railway have purchased, it Is
stated, a contract lor currying mails across the
city every day of the week, which has been a p-
E roved by the Postmaster-General, and they
ave been authorized to carry the contract into
execution. This gives them the right, however,
to run only at the arrival of the mail trains, and
not at oiner nours.
Liberal Bequests. The following ore
amon'' the benucsts of Mr. John P. Crnv.nr. re.
Upland Church, at Chostor 15000
Pennsylvania Colonization Society 6000
Baptist Educational Sooiety Jooo
iuiono sy,ura, meaia lyyo
It is stated that he left $350,000 in cash to hi
widow, and $1,000,000 to be divided among his
children. Mr. Crozcr wns believed to be worth
somewhere between $2,000,000 and $1,000,000.
Charge Dismissed. The President and
Secretary of the Vulcan and Government Oil
Companies, who were before the Recorder on
the charge of conspiring to defraud, were, ou
Saturday, discharged, the Recorder not con
sidering the charge ol conspiracy made out.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kean are to tlav
. V . T I . ! H' 1 r i 1 1 1
iuc iimirts lueuiiL, 111 iuuuun, iu April.
I'rince Nanoleou is about to sell all his
bronze and marhlc statues collected in his
Roman House in Paris.
M. Louis Hottinguer. a rich banker, died
lately in Paris. His estate is valued at twelve
rrince Louis Lucien Bonaparte is making
an excursion in the valleys ol the Spanish
Basoue country, for the purpose of studvins the
dialects ot the various districts.
Cave Johnson, Postmaster-Gpneral under
President lolk, is a candidate for the Tennessee
State Senate, to fill a vacancy occasioned by the
death ot Senator Bart.
Burke's "Extinct Peerage," a book which has
long tbcen a rarity with genealogists and others
interested in pedigrees, has lust been reprinted
by Messrs. Harrison, it) London. Numerous
coats ot arms hare been added to the new issue.
Five newloca? publications appeared in Con
stantinople last v?ar. Still another ia Inst an
nounced the Takolmi lldjaret or Moniteur du
Commerce, a scrai-olucfal sheet, to be published
weekly, in Turkish and French.
Mr. William Swinton's "History of the Cam
paigns of the Army of the Potomac" was an
nounced ror pbuucat'on aurmcr tne present
month, but is delayed. It Is understood that Mr.
Swinton is engaged upon a general "History of
the War of Secession in America.
The London Header says that Lord A?h-
btitiiham has pri.'ely printed a catalogue of
his collection of manuscripts, in three large thick
octavo volume". It is said thnt no copy has
been given to any of the public libraries in Eng
land; but one has been sent to the Imperial
Library In Paris.
Maior George K. Lett, Assistant Adiutsint-
Ceneral of Volunteers on the staff of General
it. who was for a long time the ollice a sist-
ant of the late Colonel Bowers has succeeded to
tlie official position of the latter, with the rank
of major in the regular army. .
The Auburn (N. Y.) Advertiser savs that a
son of Brigham Young, formerly a resident of
that village, was ia town last week, looking up
sundry debts of his father's, which he was
anxious to liquidate, with the interest which
had accrued during thirty-live years. ,
There are now eleven vacant cavmnal's hats.
and it is reported that six of them will be placed
on the neaas or tne following preiats at tne
June Consistory: Monsignori Matteucci, ex
Governor of Rome: Uohenlohe, the Pope's almo
ner: Chipi, Papal Nuncio at Paris, where he will
be succeded bv Monsignore Franchi; Maunim?,
Archbishop of Westminster; Lynch, Bishop ot
Charleston, and a Mexican prelate.
The late Captain Gronow, author of lour
volumes ot "Personal Recollections" recently
published in London, left bis family in destitute
I'lrciimsiuuce. a Buuucriptiuu lias ueen opeueu
for their benefit. Captain Gronow was disin
herited by his lather in favor of his brc cher, a
clergyman, and ine small income wmcn lie de
rived from the interest of a sum charged on the
family estate ceased with his lite.
The Imaum of Muscat, who has 1ut been
assassinated by the tribes settled on the shore
of the Persian Gulf, was at the head of one of
the richest and mo"t powerful states of ArabH.
His possessions comprised, independently of
the territory of Muscat, a part of Moguistan.
tbo iflands of Kischm and ' Ormuz, the island
ol Zanzibar, and the eastern coast of Africa
from Cape Cardafou to Querimbo..
The Eldora (Iowa) Ledner gives an account
of a man living in Hardin county, who is said to
be monger than tee celebrated ur. wiuoxiup.
His name is Walter Hadlock. He was a member
of Company C of the 6th Iowa infantry. Dtirintr
the rnnrcn ot isaerman s army to tne sea ne lost
his right arm in a skirmish near Macon.' He
teems to suncr out nttie inconvenience irom tne
loss, and chops wood with his left arm. It Is
no unusual etiort lor nun to cut ana cora two
and a half cords perday, and he offers a wager
of fifty dollars that he van split one hundred aud
fifty rails a duy.
Paris is not keepinsr Lent, savs a correspond
ent. The Church itself has razed all the old bar
riers which separated this season from the rest
vt the year. The Tuileries gives a concert , every
Monday night, which Is really a party in every
respect but the absence ol dancing. The Sunday
service at the Tuileries is likewise a Bort of festi
val, to which thousands try to go. I think I
told you Abbe Deguerry preaches there, and the
mash: is by the best performers ol the Opera,
Opera CoDJique, ana Theatre L-yriquo, unuertue
direction of Mons. Auber. frldavs Count Do
Nleuwerkerke (pronounced Newklric),tiie keeper
of the Louvre, gives in his magnificent saloons
'n this palace a musical entertainment, exnioits
the lasf pictures by our artists, the latest wofta
of art from our sculptors' and carvers' hands.
All the world of literature and art are to be seen
ihete. He is. howevw. so ungallant as to ex
clude ladies; efforts are making to melt him Into
more chivalrv, and it is whispered he will repeal
the sort of Salic Law he has published. Sunday
night the Princess Mathllde receives company,
and here, too, literature and art are in the ma
lont.v. til the Ministers, and most of the Dlblo-
matlo Corps, receive once a week : dinners and
concerts are numerous. You see, though we are
in Lent, we are not without varied entertain
meiits every pight of the wetk, '
KIBLEY'B CONTINENTAL NEWS
Cholra'Reat to all placea ol Aausenitnt may be had
p to 8H o'clock any mnlln, HI ly
CHOICE SEATS AND ADMISSION 8.
TlckeU can It had a t.t
Ko. 4S1 CHV6NVT BtreM, oppnuUe the Pot tOftVe,
for the Cnrrnat, Arch, Walnal, and Acadfimr of -Mnnilo,
p lo e o'clock. vrT tvfnim. 1 1 If
AMERICAN ACADEMY OF MUSIC, CORNER
Ol liHOAD and LOCUST Street.
Lenoee and Manager WILLIAM WF1EATLET.
DKagcment ol the far-tamrd
wbo will maVe their first appearance In ThUadotphla
In throe jtrt. In a variety 01 sparkling Kmertaln
niei.f. embodying In happy prolusion a. I those ele
which have Riven to those Brilliant ArtlMi
A WOKLD-WIDIi KAMK.
MP. WHKATLKY la tiratitled In axln preacnllnff to
the Philadelphia oubllc th.ne old-time invoiltn, nhoso
grnluri haa maintained Ihrouidi all the chanties of their
marvel ou career both In th la country ami In France,
pte-etnluent and glorious ivuown. as the moat ver--tl
e, accoinulinh-d. and uracnlul exponent! of the
cbartri ot the Pantomime known to any stage.
'1 he liavcla reialn, In reallr wonderful degree of
Irpthneii. the alngntar power to attract and to alien
which has ever diH liiKUislxid them, and Mr. Whcuticy
trusts that the enr'tycmrni which no has now great
pleasure In announcing, mar renew In ellcct the tiap
plcft triumphs associated with their fame
Ihe pecuuar attractions of the Knrcls' repertoire
cnmiirmlng several emlrclv new 10 tlio public 01 1'lil.a
dclplila wl 1 be produced in a style of e chance and com
pleteness, which air. NVIieotliy will enaeavor to rernler
worthy ofhla own rcnuuth n and of their bl"h renown.
kASI r.K WOMIAY LVl-.SlKO, April 2d.
Y.'UNG AV7.BK A
ASD A TROUPE OF ARI ISTS KUMULtuU foaXY
among whom mav be mentioned the
ilAKILNKTri KaMILY (SIX IN NUMBER).
H1UNOR1 1 A PEPITA,
Premiere Danseuse, from the Opera at Paris,
M VON lUMME.
first male dancer, and ballet master irom Hamburg,
liod'llea Vandrta, Morzetti Desiree, Julia Lehman.
Alous. Varna-la, Garcia, Bchmidt, AxtelO. Lehman,
- Full and Mngnlflcent Corps do Ballet.
In grand enteitalnment commencing with the
Bullet l'untomlne, called
OR, THE ADVEM'UHEb OfiK jESONATJT.
VTM'lLATAli. the Aerial Voyagor.l) AURI EL RAVEL
KIM KA, Emperor of China ANfOISE RAVEL
Keying Mons. Hchmidt
Chou I haning J. Martlnetti
Tungnlng P. Martlnetti
Klakhlng M. Florence
Kublaukhan Phlllppo Martmettl
s annulling M. Uaicla
Tel, Princes and Daughter of Kim Ka,
, Mad'lie. Juila Lehman
Grand Mar'n Arrival of the Emperor and his Daugh
ter, the I'rinccss- Dunces Incidental to the Piece.
Grand ( hloese Dlvoni( inont hy the full Corps.
Grand Oriental, t omplex, hymholical Dance Invented
by the Ravem, and executed Dy thirty Lad loa and Oan
t emenot the Corps de Hallet.
Grand Pas de Vuatre bv SinKORPTA PEPITA.
llAD'I.LEs VAMMUS.MAHZKTTl. and DESIREE.
' Astonishing Chinese, los by YOU.NO A.MI.UKJA,
Pup.l of Guhrlci Rave1.
GRAND IABLEAU AMD FINALE.
To be followed by
A CIofsIc Scene of Groupings, by JL'LIEN and PIUL-
Lirer. atAuiijii 111
jn conclude with the Great Fairy Fautourme en-
tit fcu mu
THF FAMOrB WAKUIOK NTOINE RAVEL
IHE KKII UUME XUUNU AAIKK'CA
The i-kcleton Julion MartlutUI
Alfred Paul Murtlnnttl
Rocino sious. A. Lehman
HoBiildl M Florence
licruslo ; Mons. Schmidt
I- ugenla Mal'ilo Delroe
Vanilla M'me Maraettt
'i he Orchestra under the direction of M. KomaluviUe,
MATlNEE EVERY SATURDAY AFTERNOON, AT
Admlrslon 75 cents
Reserved Seats, Parquette and Paniucite Circle, SI 1
Family Cl'nie, 411 cents; Amphitheatre. 25 cents
heats cmV t-s secured at C W. A. Trumpler'a Moslo
Stole. 8 K corner ot Seventh and ChoMiut streets, and
at the Box OUice ol the Acudemy ot M uslc, irom 9 A.
M. to 4 P.M.
Doors open at X past 1 to commence at X before 8
Keats secured six. days In advance. 4 2
kjEW CHESSTJT STltEET THEATEE.-
il CHESNUT Street, abovo Twelfth.
LEONARD OKOVKB 4) WILLIAM E. B1SH, Leaseoa
ai d Manaeors. ' "
WILLIAM K. SIKN. Resident Manager
NOTIOE-OTIAKGE OF TIMi;. "
Doors open at 7'00. Curtain rises at 7-30.
. GRaD JaXlKA ATTRACTION
EASTER HOLID YS.
a Drama, In four acts, irom Charles Reade's great work,
NEVHt iOO LATE IO MEND,
Ml VER TOO L TE TO MEJiD,
which, having had a prosperous run of
OVER 2o MGHIS IN LONDON,
Is still in the full tide 01 Its suceesniul career.
In older to lend additional uttrucilun to the HolMays,
the Manngrment tuke iilcisuro 10 uuuouuce ihe engage
ment ior six nights only, of
lilRGESS, PKENliElttlAST, HUGHES AND LA
RUi-.'sl MLNVntKL TROUPE,
who will cone ude the entertainment each evening.
tEVl:R lOO LATE TO MEM),
wi ll Vr Morduuut, Mr. Lennox, Mr. Young Vr. F.
Eosier. Mr. J T. Waru. Miss Josio oruin. ai.d ner!v
every member of the Cowpuuy In tht cait. r
10 concmue wiub
FULL ElUlOPIAN ENTERTAINMENT,
BURGESS, TRF.NPERO AST. HUGHES, AND
ltui. a iiiJoiitr.L, i uuli-i..
WEDNESDAY I VK.SINU. April 4,
ONLY M.INHTREL MATINEE.
FRIDAt EVENING. April 6,
BENEFIT OF MR. J. C. FOSTER (Stage Manager).
SATURDAY Afl FRNOON . April 7,
105th GRAND FAMILY MAT1NE4.
lrst day performance ot
.MSVr.it uv Mill iu J11CKD.
DREW'S InEW AUCH STREET
Begins at IU o'clock.
EASTER MONDAY NIGHT.
Engagement ot the Eminent AmoricuT Ac'.or,
MR. JAMES E. MUUDUCH.
MONDAY EVENING, April 2,
OR. THE STROLLINU GENTLEMAN.
Rover., Mr. JAMEd E. MURDOCH
Sir Georue Thunder Mr. V. MacKav
John Dory E. L. Tllton
Mm siuan nunnon
Lady Ainarunth Mina E. Price
lo cone ude witn tne glorious r arce
IU KlhD ALIVE.
Benjamin Bowbell Stnart Itobson
WONDAY-Benefltof VR. .1. E. MURDOni
BEATS StCURtD SIX DAYS IN ADVANCE.
ALNUT STREET T H E A T R E. N. E.
corner NINTH and WALNUT Streets.
EASTER 1IOL1 DAYS.
THIS (Monday) EVENING. ADrtl 2.
first n'ght ol the Celebrated Artlsie.
First appearance oi the young American Tragedian,
MR. .1. C. k.r.COI.I )M.
ho will appear in Unlwur's great Plsy of
Mrs D. P. BOWERS as Pauline
C laude aielnottc Mr. J. C. MCCOLLO.U
eecoud night oi tho now tarce o'
A TICKET HF-LEAVE.
TUESDAY The beautiful P ay 01
Mrs. D. P. BOWERS as famlllo
Ariuand Duval Mr J. C. MOCOLLOM
( hairs secured ihiee days In advance.
NEW AMERICAN THEATRE
WALNUT Street, above Eighth.
AND ON WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY AFTER
NOONS, Grand Trick, Fairy, Comic Pantomime
,4V 1UH JHAUIU TKUJiri'.l.
THE BRILLIANT FOWLEU SISTER5.
MISS ELLA WEi-NER AND MISS MARY WERNER
THE WONDERFUL LA7.Kl.LE BROrili.Ril.
G. W. SMITH AND BALLET TROUP K.
f KRMANIA ORCIIEHTRA. PUBLIC RE
VJI hearsals every BATCRDAY AFTERNOON AT
MUSICAL FUND HALL, 8H o'clock. Engagements
niBneny aauresinguiLUUUK 15 ahteut. Agent, Mi. Viil
MOM r.itf.1 aireet. between Kaoe ana vine 1 IB 3m
A CADEMY OF FINE ARTS, CHESNDT
il Btrcei, bdoyo lentn.
Open irom a. M. till 6 P. M.
Benjamin West's ireat Picture of
CHRIST Br JECTED
till on exhibition 11
(J A It P E;T I N O S.
A LARGE STOCK OF
la stote and constantly roceivlnfr,
' AT VERY LOW PRICES.
C3EOUGE V. IIIIiT.,,
2 1 thslnSm Ko. 126 North TUIRD fitreot.
FOR SALE STATE AND COUNTY RIOHTS
of( aswell A Co. 'a Patent Wind Guard and Air
Heater for Coal Oil Lamps i It preveuU ilia Ciiiinnaya
irom oreaiiug. i uis we win warrant Also saves ane
third the oil. Ca'l and e tbm. they eost bat ten cent.
Nw 'itii RACE ttireet. Pblladulplila Sample sant to any
part oi ma V uitea Diaies on receipt Ol it ceuW. 1 1
Supplementary to an Ordlnanoe approved April
18, 18(14 extending its Provisions to the Xwcnly.ttrst
and Iwrntv-eecoud Wards.
fciec.ion 1. The holect and Common Conncils ot
tho City ot l'htlndclrh do ordain, Thnt tho pro
visions ol an Ordinance approved Aprl 1., lSfi4, In
regard to footways in the Twentv-iourtlii Ward, be
and die same are horoby extended to the Twomy
filet and Twenty-second Wards.
WILUAM 8. STOKLET,
rresidout ot Coiiuuon CouuoU.
Clerk ot Common Council.
President of Welpot Council.
Approved this thirtieth day of March, Anno
Domini one thousand eight hundred and sixty
six (A. D. 18G6).
4 1 It Mayor of Philadelphia.
" E SOLUTION
J.V To Authorize tan I'avlnjr of Evorroen Street,
ia the Twenty-sixth Ward.
Resolved. Bv the Select nd Common Connclta of
the City of Philadelphia, That the Chief Commis
sioner of Highways he and ho Is hereby authorized
and directed to enter into a contract with a compe
tent paver or pavers, who rliall lie selected by ma
jority ol ibe owner of properly fronting- on Ever
green streot, between Htzwuter and Catharino and
Twenty lirst and Twcnty-seoond atreots, in the
Twcuty-Mxth Ward, lor tho psvinir thereof. The
cnndittotia of laid contract shall be that the con.
tractor shall collect the cost of the paving- from the
owners ot property fronting1 thereon. Aud ho aball
inter into an obligation to the cttv to 1eod said street
in pood order lor tbreo years after said paving is
WILLIAM 8. STOKLET,
President of Common Council,
Assistant Clerk of Select Conncil.
JAMES LY N L),
Trosident ol Select Council.
Approved this thirtieth dny of March. Anno
Domini one thousand eight hundred aud sixty-six
(A. 1). lbtSB).
4 1 It , Mayor of Philadelphia.
To Enter Satisfaction on tho Official Bond of
William A. Oray, late Chief Inspector of Street.
Besolved, By the Select and Common Councils
of tho City ot Philadelphia, That tbo City Soli
citor be and he is hereby dirocted to enter satisfac
tion on the official bond ot William A. Gray, late
Chief In pector of Streets (1. C. D. S. B , June
Term, 1865, Ko. 100): I'rovideO, The Controller shall
comfy that his accounts are settled, an J. that there
is no default.
WILLIAM S. 8TOKLEY, .
President of Common Council.
Clerk ol Common Council.
President of Select Council.
this thirtieth day ot March, Anno
thousand eight hundred and sixty-bix
(A. D. 18GB).
Mayor of Philadelphia.
To Oracle fwellth, Camac, and Diamond Streot.
Uesolved, lty the Select and Common Councils oi
the City of Philadelphia, That the Chiel Commis
sioner o! Highways be and ho is hcrebv authorized
and directed to grade to the established grade of tho
citv, IwolitU street and Camac street from Berks
to Diamond streets, lromj Meirine street to Broad
street, at an expense not exceeding the sum of two
thousand one hundred dollars.
WILLIAM. 8. 8TOKLEY,
President ot Common Council.
Attest , s
Abraham Stewart, '
Assistant Clerk of Common Council.
Prosldont of Select Council.
Approved this thirtieth day of Hurch, Anno
Domini ono thousand eight hundred and sixty-suL'
iA. D. 18CCJ.
4 1 It Mayor ot Philadelphia.
IV To Open Columbia avenne, Montgomery ave
uuo, and Diamond street.
Resolved, By tho Select and Common Counoils of
the City ol Philadelphia, That tho Chiof Commis
sioner ot liiehways bo and he Is hereov authorized
and directed to notify the ownors ot proportv -over
ana through which Columbia avenuo, irom Fif h to
.-sixth streets, Montgomery avenue, ltom German
town avenue to Sixtn, and Diamond street, irom
Sixth to Seventh streets, will pass, that at tho ex
piration oi three mouths irom tho date of said notice
those street) will be required for public it e.
. ' VV1E1.JAM S. StUHCEY,
President oi Common. Council.
Asunstunt Cierk of Common Conncil.
. President ot Select Council.
Approved this' thirtieHi dav of March. Anno
Domini one thousand e'tfht hundred and sixty-six
(A. D. 1800).
4 lit Mavor ol Phiiade phia.
To Authorizo ;the Repfllrlns with Tinmwav
-ume oi lean iSlreot, Irom Iwclltli to fualuenih.
and a Certuin Street in the Ninth Ward.
Kepolved, By uie oelect and Common Councils of
i ho City of Philadelphia, that the Cuiot Commssioner
ot Highways be and he is horeby authorized and
directod to repave, with tramway tone, in tho
tracks ot the w heels, I'earl street, from Twolfth to
thirteenth street, in the' Fourieench Ward, and a
certain street south of Markoc street, running east
tioni Ninth Btreet a depth ot one hundred and six
teen leet, thence extending southward ono hundred
und lcrtv-tive loot to .luyne street, in the Ninth
Ward. And if tho cartway is wider than is neues-
sary for a single track, he Is authorized to roluoe it
to the piopor width Dy tuKiug an equal quantity
Irom each side.
WILLIAM S. STOKLET,
f- Prtiudeut ol Common Council.'
Assistant Clerk of Common Conncil.
JAM ES LYND
' ProBidont ol Select Council.
Approved this thirtieth day of llarch, Auuo Do
mini one thousand eight hundred aud Sixty-six,
Ik 11 1C1JA1 - '
It Mayor of PhUadelphia,
1 1 E 8 O L U T ION
ll Jo Authorize the Paving of Spruce street, from
Kortloth to Fort -sixth Streets, in the Twenty -lounh
v aro, .
Resolved, rv the So'oot and Common Councils of
the City of Philadelphia, That the Chief Commis
sioner of Highways ue and he is heroDy authoiizia
sua directed to entor into a contract with a coraoe
leut paver or pavers, who shall be solecied hy a ma
jority ol the owners ol propertr iron: lug on Spruce
street, irom rortietn to tne east siuo ot iorty-sixtu
street, in tlie 1 wenty-lourtti Ward, for the navnm
thereol. Tho conditions of the contract shall be
that the contractor si all collect the cost of the Dav.
ing irom the property owners, and shall also enter
mo an oolipaiton to the city to keep the street in
gocd order lor threo years after the paving ia
WILLIAM S. STOKLEV.
President of Common Council.
, ABRAHAM STEWAKT,
AcSistantClerkOf Common Council.
' JAMES LYND.
Prosldont ol Sell ot Counoll.
Approved this thirtieth day of March, Anno
Domini ono thousand eight hundred and sixty-
BIA ia, u, JCUOJ.
It Mayor of Philadelphia
Jilo Name a Certain Mreot running Eastward from
Ninth sticet, south of Market street, in the Ninth
ard. linlingtoii street.,
Resolved, By the Select and Common Counoils ot
tne city oi Philadelphia, That a certain street six'
teen feet w'do, lunmaar eastward ftom Niutu street
south ot Maiket street, the depth Of one huudrod
and sixteen leet: thence extending southward one
bundled and lorty-tive foot to Javuo street, in (he
xsiniu ward, be called ana nameu iiiiiingiou street,
and that tho Chief Commissioner ot llimiways be
authorized and is hereby directed to index the same
WILLIAM S. STOKLEY,
President of Common Council,
Clerk ot Common Council,
President ot Select Couucil,
Approved this thirtieth dav of March. Anno
Douiini one thousand eight hundred and sixty-six
A. JJ. 1800).
I MORTON McMICHAEL,
It 1 Mayor ot Philadelphia
Directing the board of Ilea'th to Receive Pa-
uents tor Treatment in tho Mnnioipal Hospital,
r-ection 1. ihe (Select and Common Council' of
the I itv of Philadelphia do ordain, That the Board
of ilealth are hereby directed to recoive as soon as
possible 101 treatment in the Municipal Hospital, an
persons s filleted with any emiaglous or lnlectious
disease, who wcnld otherwise be a charge upon the
(iuardians of me Poor, and any patients now in the
a rnpnonso siuic'ea with smallpox maybe atonco
removed to the Municipal Hospital.
WILLIAM S. STOKLEY,
President of Common Council.
Clerk ot Common Conned.
President of Soiect Council.
Approved this th ninth dav ot March. Anno
Domini one thousand eight hundred and sixty-six
A. i. lbtiti).
It Mayor ot Philadelphia.
U E SOLUTION
It To Arjrrove the Sureties of Nathan Snoring.
Commissioner ol Highways elect.
ttrsoivta, isy tne neiect ana uommon councils oi
the itv of I'liiladelphia, 'I bat Ooorge B. Bains and
to. Hail Stanton be and they ato hereby approved
as the sureties ot Aathan bpering, Commissioner of
Highways elect, and iuo City Solicitor Is hereby
directed to prepare the piotier bond with warrant
of attorney to be executed by the said parties, and
to cause a Judgment to bo entered thereon, and lui
ther to file a certificate of record that the hen or
said judgment entered in pursuance of said warrant
ol attorrcy shall only operate against tho respective
properties suLmiticd to tho Committee on i'maiico
i v the raid sureties, that is to sav. the lien of the
judgment against Oeo-ge R. Bains shall only operate
on and against a certain lot ot ground wlioreon is
erected the house numoered 821 franklin street, and
the prtmfsea numbered 723 Cherry streot and 106
Eutaw street, tired as a lactory, Ihe lien of tho judg
ment against M Hail Stanton shall on'y operate ou
and against a certain lot of ground whxreon is
erected house numbered 1223 N. Thirteenth streot, in
the Twentieth Ward.
WILLIAM. 8. 8IOK LEY,
President of Common Council.
Clerk of Common Conncil.
President o! Select Council.
Approved this thirtieth dav of March, Anno
Potnini one thousand eight Hundred aud sixtv-six
(A. D. 1606).
It Mayor ot Philadelphia.
IN THE ORPHANS' COURT FOR THE
CITY AND COUNT OF PHILADELPHIA.
state ot DAVID RAY. Deceased.
The Auditor aDDolnted bv the Court to audit, settle.
and adjust the account of WILLIAM BAY, Executor
unocr me last win ana testament oi uavia itav de
ceased, and to report distribution ol the bu'ance in tho
hands ol the accountants, will meet the parties Inte
rested for the purposes ot tils appointment, on MON
DAY. the Btn day ol April A. D. iBiiH. atio'clocKF U.,
at his ollice. No. 204 s. HFTII Street, Room No 11, Iu
the City of Philadelph'a. 3 31smt M
TN THE ORPHANS' COURT FOR THE CITY
X AND COUNTY OF PHI ADELPHIA.
Etate oi SAMUEL II AY EH, Deceased.
The Anditor appointed by the Court to audit, sett's,'
and udjast the second account ot JOHN FLOYD
andWn Ll M H.vYEH. Executors of the last will aud
tes nment of said oeced nt and to report distribution
ot the ba auce In the hands of the accountant, will meet
tne pan lea interosteii tor tne purposes oi uis appoint
ment, on MONDAY, April 9. If-SK, at 2 o'clock P. L,
at his ORice, Ko. 4U2 WALN UX Ktreet. hi the city o
3WfmwM W. D. BVKEB, Auditor.
LN THE COURT OP COMMON PLEAS FOR
THE CITY AND COUN iY OF PHILADELPHIA.
Assigned Estate af J. W. CI BBS & HONS.
The Auditor appointed by the Court to audit, sett'e.
sad adiust tho tecond account of ISA I A II Mi Ks,
assignee ol J. W. CUBhS t HO.. and to report distri
bution ot the balance, will meet the pirtius Interested
torthe purpose of his appointment at bfs oflV o, No It 2
WALN in' Mtreet second story, in the city of Phllndel
elm, on TUESDAY, the 10th day of April A. D., 1H6H. at
ll voiock, a. u. l suimwst'j w.i. iiakiu, Auditor.
ESTATE OF ROBERT B. WOODBURN, DE
Letters ot Administration having been duly rranted
to the undersigned, all persons indebted to said estute
win please nwin payment, ana tnoso haying claims
against tne sumo win present mem wnuoutdeiav.
JO.sEFD. M. PILE, Administrator,
3 lOmfit No. m WALNUT Stieet,
NITED STATES REVENUE STAMPS.
UNITED STATES REVENUE STAMP'S.
No. J504 C11ESNUT STREliT.
No. 103 S. FITTil STREET,
One door below Chcsnut.)
EB-1ABLIF11KD 18C2. '
REVENUE STAMP8 of every description con
stantly on hand, and in any amount.
Orders by Mail or Express promptly attended to.
United States Kotea, Drafts on Philadelphia or
New York, or Current Funds received in pay
Particular attention paid to small order.
The decisions of the Commission can bo consulted,
and any Information regarding tho law cheerfully
Ihe followinir rates of discount are allowod:
On all orders of 825, two per cent, discount.
On all ordeis of 8100, three per cent, discount.
On all orders of $300, lour per cent, discount.
All orders should he sent to
HARDING'S STAMP AGENCY,
No. 304 Chesnut Street,
T II E
(Selected from the best Cern-Fed Bogs,)
A HE 2UE BEST IN WE j WORLD.
J. II. MI CHE NEK & CO.,
GESEBAL PKOVIMON DEALERS,
Antl Curers of the Celebrated
SUGAE CURED IIAMS
Tongues and Beef,
Nos. 112 and 144 North FRONT Street.
Vone genuine unless branded '
"J, I). if. & CO., EXCEI blOB."
The justly celebrated " EXCEL8IOB" IIAMS are
cured by J. II. h. & Co (In a style peculiar to them
slvf) expressly for FAMILY USE) are of delicious
lltvort tree from tlie unpleasant taste of salt, aud are
pronounced by epicures superior to any now oflcred lor
sa e. f 87 mthsJai
AT QUEEN'S NEWS STAND,
S. Vi. corner SEVENTH and CHE&NUT Struct.
DAILY ASD WEEKLY PAji'
May bstibtalaed at arrot rates. Hi
THOMAS A KONS, ,0& 13 AND 141 8.
t?EAT. F.vl ITP.
LA ROW AW11 VALE A III, K 1 HRtfE-PTOUT BRICK
HK81DEM E, Mi. filt RACE Mreet, west Of bUuj
street, opposite ibeKrsnkilii Kuuare.
April 10. lprfl. at 11 o'clock Boon, will he sold at anhlla
sale, at the Fhlladn pnla Earbanue, all that laree and
valuable three story brick messuage with double throe
story bark buildings, and lot of ground, situate on the
south side of llace street, west ot Sixth street, Ko.6l.
containing In front on Kaco street Vi feet 9 Inches and
extrtiilloR In depth 138 feet to a ?:i fret street Called
li sines street Also, an undivided moiety of all that
wr.p of ground, south aide or Knee street, 9 feet west of
Sixth street t containing on liace airret I toot B inrhea,
and extending In depth 1JW fert to the sa'd Haines street.
It has two parlois with folillng doors, fireproof nnder
stair case back bulldlrg. Ironing-room and kitchen on
Die first floor; two chambers, dlulng-ronm and bath
room, water-e'oset and store-room on tbe second fravr-
niree rooms on nisin Dunning aim two rooms in DacK
bulldlnm water cioset and chntnnemiald's-closet, with
hot and Cold water on the third llnori all the water
passes through underground drain into street sewer.
TO CAPITA Ms Til Avn mnpnn
PmLIC HALE. VERY VALIJAULK MUSINESS
rKOPrKTY. KNOWN S THE t KNTRAL BITIL1
INOS, o, 21H and 220 WALNUT fitreot, opposite the
Merchants' ExcbaiiRe M teet on Waluut street, 111)
leet In depth to Tear street, two front.
A Trill. IBM at 12 o'clnek mum will he in'fl at nnhtln
Sale, at thephllailelphla Kxcbanae, a l tnose two tour
story brick buildings and tlelo.ot ground thereunto
belonging Situate on tho south side ot Walnut street,
directiy opnoslte the Exchanges contalnlne toanther In
front on Walnut street afi leet, and extending la depth
?. .!j " r iirwi, moiin as ine central
Bnlldtngs, with a passaee way running throagb to Pear
street, on which Is erect.d a five storv brick rulldlng.
The attemlm of capita. Ists bankers, and Insnrance
companies Is called to the above mentioned nroporty,
con.Umng as it does, many advantages. . Iu close
proxlinltv t) the Exchanue. tometlmr ith ! iw,n.
make It desirable. Property in tnls part loular block ta
considered of more value per loot than Iu any ether
block in the whole length of walnut street
esr ot an incumnranca,
For further narttculsrs annlv in T.lcWlft CT nFrntrao
Ko His. FOLK! H htrcot.
Philadelphia, ilarch, lw,e. ) 1) 16t
JIIOMAS BI11CU & SON,
No. I I IO CHESNUT STREET.
A ONE-HORSE TOWER
This en jrine will bo disposed of by private or public
talc, by the abovo parlies, at their Auction Store.
BvCOTT, JR., AUCTIONEER, PniLADEL-
PU1A AM UALLEKY, 100 CHESNUT btreet
SIXTH ANHTJAL SALE OF OIL PAINTr KG3, front
the American Art tlallerv, New Yoik.
On Wednesdav. Thursday, and Friday Evenings,
4th, 6ih, and tith Inst, at 7H o'ciock, atticou's Art
Gallery, No ln'2U Chesnut street
owpen f'oi examination. 4 2 2t
HATS AND CAPS.
Small Trofits. Quick Sales.
HATS AND CArS. NEWEST STYLES.
LOWEST PKICES IN THE CITY.
0. 40 N. SIXTH STttEEr.
QISESIiT. GR0YE WHISKY.
Ko. 225 North TBIIID Street
If anytlilng waswantcd to provs the absolnte purity
of tbls Whkky, tbo following certificates should do It.
ibcro Is no alcoholic stimulant known commanding such
eccniu.endatton tiom such high sources:
ruiLADELMiiA, Mcpten;ber9. 1(tt8.
We have csrefully tested the samp e of t HESNUT
GEOY1. II1SKY which you seud us, aud film that It
cfiitains KONB ov tub l'oiho.soi s si usTANCs known aa
vi sit. oil. which Is the cbaractcristic and injurious In
gredient ol the whiskies In general use.
llOOTH, GAKBhl T A CAMAC,
- Analytical chemists.
" Kf.w Yonit, September 8, 18,W.
I bave analyzed a sample ol I'UESMJT GLOVE!
VUIMiY received Irom Air. Charles W barton, Jr., o(
l'hiiaieipblu? und liavlng caruiullv tested It, I am
pie; si d to state that it is entire, y free from poisonous
ou DKLKicviots substances. It la an unusually pure
ana tiue-tlavored cua.Ur of whisky.
James u. hilton, k. p..
, Bostoh, March 7, 18SA.
I have made a chemical analysis of commercial sam
ples of CllF.fcKL'T GEOVE W rtlsKY, which proves to
te iree Irom the heavy Fusil Oils, and perfectly pure and
unadulterated. 'Ibe tine flavor of this whisky is derived
Htm the grain ueeU in manufacturing It
llespcctinlly. A. A. HAYES, M. D.,
btate Assayer, hu. 1$ Boylstou stieet
For sale by tun-el. rtcnillolin,orbottle,atNo.226Nortb,
Till ED Klreet Philadelphia. I a
r. II A M M A E,
Importer and Wholesale Dealer In Foreign
FINE OLD WHISKIES,
No. ti'O TvlAHKET SrJ ltKKT
1 B 3m 1'HILADEimiA.
M KATHANS & SONS,
BRANDIES, WINES, GINS, Etc.
Ko. 10 N. FRONT STREET,
HORACE A. ATHAN8,
OHLAJSDO li.SATllAKS." llfco.
g U II E K A 1
THE INFALLIBLE HAIR RESTORATIVE.
THIS IS NO HAIR DYE.
I P K IMMFK8E BCCCKB8 with which this prepara
tion las met duilnp the short liu.e It has boen bmore
the public, liss lnuuceu the tbnusuuds and tens of tlioa
stuuswho Lme ufed and attested lis virtues to D re
nounce r theOKLY and I blllilalr Restorative Ihe
turtka haa beei. Iniroduced into all ti e principal cities
loth latt aud West, and having taitblul.y pertormed all
that Is claimed lor It. ba-supt r.eued al o:her Hair Ere
paratious 'I he urt ka resturca Grey Hair to Its original
colon prevents the lmlr lroin tailing ou , bT cuuxiug a
heiiithy condition of the scalp, impurfljiy to the hair a
Wsiiess imtt g oss and ytutbtu, aupearanca Uiat no
other Balr Freparaticn can produce. The Eureka Is irea
from all lnipuritli's or polsonou jdrugs aud can be used
w Itboar s lliug scalp or nan,l.
Uanuiaciured aa sold wholesale and retail by '
E0BEX1 lit TIER, Sole Agent,
Ho. 16 ti. FIFTH Street. Ht Louis, Mo.
Agents for Feunsylvanla. DVOTT & CO.
or iunu oircei, i uuaucipuia.
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