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THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, JANUARY 21, 18G7.
CITY INTELLIGENCE. I tor AMUlonal City InttMiijcncc FiftM'age.) SPLENDID KnTERTAINMKNT AND rF. Pkntation. On V cilne-tlftT pvriiinu; liiHt, one of thr niost plciiHunt entertainments ever prepared in Philadelphia was enjoyed by a company ot ome gpvrnt.v-tive penuemen, at the M. reliant' Hotel. The. occusion was a compMiiientiiry diu ner trom Colonel Henry 8. V istcr to tils hito eo- 5armern and the employes ol' the late lirni of oMah Kieijel & II. . 1 tsttr, No. 4 N. Third etieet. Jacob Rlepel, Fsq., the enterprising and cner petic head ot the reeently organized dry tfooda a id importinp linn of Jacob Kieirel & Co., Nj. 3li:i Market Btreet. presided, aud in a neat Rpeeeh kindly and pleasantly relerrcd jto Colonel Fister, with whom be had lonir been associated in biiHinesp, an'' rhnracterlz'd him as one ol'tlie active, prompt, and live merchants ol I'hiludel phla. Jlc reercttcd that, s oiinK man of such sterling Integrity and excellent business quanti tations fhould so soon retire from the varied duties ot commercial lite. In withdrawing to inore quiet scenes, Mr. Kiepel stated that Co onel Utter carried with him the pood winiing of scores Of Irieuds, and assured that irentlemen that his absence from the tibiiitl walks of his busy life would be keenly felt. During the evening a nns.'nifc nt watch and Chain were presented to Colonel Fimer by the employes in the old house. Mr. William M. Hooper, in tendering the handsome testimonial, eaid: Mr. Filter: Our impose in niontlnu hero thia evening is notono of thoughtless lestivity. Woh-vo come to uischargo a duty at once plou-aut and puin lul. Pleasant in the retrospect ot past associations, and ho friendships they havo awakened; and puin. lul, Lecause our relations ot employer and employe have boon severed. It nil or da us pleasure to certilythe tact that, dur ing tho years tl.cso relations havo existed, you have never made an enemy or alienatod a Irl nd. We ca.-mot recall an unkind word or act of yours; nor havo we ever had occasion to distrust a motive, or question tho impartiality of a decision or an act. On the con Tory, your happy blending of urbanity with firmness reconciled tho too olten clashing in terests ot employer and employe It is not ncces. sary, thcrcloro, for mo to assure you. sir, that hero in tins company you have nothing but friends; not those transient ones whose retard is lounded in self mtorost, but triends wurm aud confiding, whoso esteem and afl'ectionato roeard result Irom tho re membrance ol youi many kindly acts, your upritrht dealings, and a thousand courtesies and aiucuiUos ot bnsiness Intercourse. Thus lar lile's duties have brsujrht us by the samo ath. liercalier we are to moot those duties on divergent paths. And beioro wo dually separate wo desire to present you some evidence of the sen timents we ciien-h tor vou which will bo inoro appropriate than words -a testimonial not to per petuate our doing, btft one winch will remain wi'h you till lilo's closing hour, to afford vou ploasure in the reflection that your duty as a man, as an em- Lloyer, to us, and all the obligations of business life, uve been fmtlilul.y discharged. Allow me, itierefore, ns tho instrument and on behalf ol this company of your friends your late employes to presont you this bcautilu' watch aud chain, toeother with this manuscript conta-um? a declaration of our sentiments, and our ngniitires, and with them our best wishes lor your luturc wel fare. May this watch, tho index ot recorded time, register no hour of sorrow in your life's history ; bm. may heaven's choicest rifts bu ours, and may earth's lairest Holers bloom oil along your path way to that "bourne whence no traveller e'er re nins " Mr. Hamnel 0. Scott, on behalf of Colonel Fiuter, received the watch and chain. lie said: Gentlemen: On behalf of Mr. Fister, allow me to thang jou lor tins tangible evidence vou havo given him ot your ull'ectiou ana esteem. Words are in adequate to express tho emotions which are pro duced by such a manifestation as this. iSo assured, gentlemen, that tho sentiments and good wishes which havo been uttered by your representative on this occasion arc lnartilv appreciated and cirdiaily reciprocated. Jn the leiations which havo existed between Mr. Fister and your-eivoa ho has ever found you true, tried, and trustworthy triends, and as such he ever wishes to remember you. He feels that you, pentlcmoii, have contributed to his prosperity and the success oi hi? mercantile career by your faithful discharge ot duty in your respective spheres. Whiie be uud his copartners have planned, you have executed. For, ailerall, gout emeu, there is a mutual lutordepeiidendonco existing in all classes ol society, and in ail tho relations of life, whether kocial or commercial, so that tho failure of one to perform h s part in any scheme will embarrass and disarrange tho p ans ot others. As weil might we expect a general to obtain a victory without the heroic efforts ol bravo and courageous soldiers, as for a business man to acquire wealth without iLo assistance of eilicicnt and tollable employes. As an employor, Mr. Fister lias always remembered that you were men, and unitoriniy treated you as such. Ho has always made it his aim to remunerate vou liberally for your lubers, knowing that it isnelther just nor honorable to expeot any man's services without a lull eei.lvult nt. lio assured, gent omen, that the happv hours ho and you have spent m Mo. 47 are so intimately blended with his life's history that they can never be erased from bis memory. Together, ho and you have shared in the excite ment, the toil aud lutigue of many a busy season, and as you will miss him, so ho will miss you. as he now retires from active business. Tho beautiful gilts you have been pleased to present to him on this occasion ho will ever prize, not because of so much in trinsic vaiue (which shou d not be over ooked), as on account ol the motives which prompted them. This wa ch how sifiulicaut! recorder of precious mo moots, which, like pearly dewdrops that sparkle on tne grass and are fcised up by tho eiiuiijrht, rpeodily pass trom view and are lost forever, in its every tick he will hear your voicos wishing him health, propponty, and happiness; and this chain will call Bp the reminiscences of the past and the linked bro therhood which selected it as a token of thulr e-tcem. May you al through life bo bound together by tho ties of a Ineudslup and brotherly love as beautiful as these golden links, and as firmly united. In aonomsinn, gentlemen allow me again, on Mr. F'is'or's behalt, to thank you and to give utterance, to the hope that each and every one of you may "So live that, when the summons comes to join The innumerable caravan that movos To that mysterious realm, where each shall tako His chamber in the silei.t halls of death, Thou go not, like the quarry slave at night .Scourged to his dungeon, but, sustained and soothed By an unfaltering trust, approach thy grave, J.ike one that draw s the drapery ol his couch About him, and lies down to pleasant ar.am." The company enioyed the entertainment, winch Messrs. J. & W. C. McKibben had pre pared in their best style, until a late hour, una during the time spent around the fcslivo board excellent speeches were made by Messis. Harry Lewis, D. C. F Rivinuit", the representative of A. T. Ktewart & Co., of New York : Mr. Tuylor, the representative of Jordan, Marsk it (Jo.'s Boston house; Joseph B. AltcuiHs, and others. The worthy cUalrmnu of the meeting, Mr. Jacob Iliepel, was complimented on his sagacity, energy, and business tact in again entering busi ness, and his enterprise in becoming the pos sessor of that niagciQccnt stone 4ry goods palace, No. 3113 Market street, built aud formerly occupied by Morris L. Hallowell & Co., und more recently by Messrs. Arnold, Nusbaum, Nmllinger & Co. He wii referred to as the 'Merchant Prince" of the dry goods trade of Philadelphia, whose futuie it was predicted would be even more succ3stul and brilliant than the pabl. Report of Young Women's Dome. The report of the Managers was read at the Home, No. 1133 Lombard street, last Saturday afternoon. Since it commenced operations in October 2. 18G5, fifty-two women have been ad natted. The following Board ot Managers were elected: Mi-s Meredith, Miss C. Huberts, Mrs. William li. Legee, Mrs. C. YV. Cushmau, Mrs. F. Bacon, MtbS 0. E. Wilcox, Miss F. Lea, and Miss Wheeler. Board of Councilmen Messrs. L. Coffin, C. W. Cushman, and L. H. Lledncr. Sales at the Uay Market. During the past week 303 loads of hay and I'i of straw were weighed and sold at the Farmers' Hay and Hi aw Market, North Seventh street. The sup ply was light on account of tho heavy snow storm, which has oostructed muuy of the roads. Best quality Timothv hay sold at tho close ot l-R.r(U:l-90 per 100 lbs., mixed and inferior at fl-6Vl'70. Straw sold ot $1 3.1 MO per 100 pounds. Cbtjel .Neglect. On Saturday nlelit, Mrs Leonard applied at the Eleventh Ward (Station House for lodginsrs for herself and child a boy four months old. Duriat the night the child died, and the inquest held yesterday developed the fact that the mother had been on the street during the day soliciting alms, and tbe child's death was caused by exposure aud neglect. 1 ii k .School Tcaciikk in Skssion. The sel,(.(.l d aeliers of tin city In hi mi adjourned mei I Inn on Hntnnln v ultei noon, ui, wliicll Kd Viind V. Miiplien, l'.",, presided. '1 hi- elinii mail ol tie- eominiUees nppointed to visit the n,f liiln rs of Councils in tiielv resnec tive districts, made reports, nil of which spoke of the proMcctN boiriK llntlenntr. The Cnuiicil nien have been visited, and n plain statement of loots laid before them. A number of them (Mire In their adherence to tho movement, mid w ill uifte the increase in open Council. A su-i-'estion was also limde of I ho propriety of not tinn out petitions and nskinu; tho iii'lliienlliil peiiilemeu of tlio city to slmi them, as that would lie a proper mode of KeUn'K tno affair Inii ly be font the pi oplo. Mr. sslilppen hukI it win Important at this Juncture to obtain Iho liilliionco of well known (tenth-men to visit members of Council. A number had expressed their willingness to do so. Since their last meeting: ho had miuimodcd in obtaining the consent of tho Comiuittoo of 1- malice that t ho ladles miL'iit visll inem on Moi.day nie.ht nt clulit o'clock, lie advised tluiint; the ineantlruo the teachers to get their friends to visit tho mumbcrs of Council from tlieirKootlon, anil impress lliem Willi tho im portance of such a measure, lie was ulso in favor of Kcttinic out petitions, and all to exert themselves to procure signatures. Mr lielden suiuested the propriety of paying the Couneilmeii another visit, but tho l ieu pre valent was Unit, their friends could do more Bond than a visit from teachers who hud no in Ilueiice. Mr. Wellington thought the meeting of the teachers bad been productive of much uod. Not liiiif would forward the cause so inuoii ns pottiii;i some one Imvinu Influence to visit the 'City Fathers'' individually. Air. F'etters related a conversation, ho had with a director of the tiirard Colleo a few days nc,o, whoNcomed to think the Couiieilnieii wero not pursuing a wise course in opposlu tho in cr use of snlnry. Tho director snld that tho low est Milnry pnid In that Institution was fcl.'iO :r Mili um and boarding, and tho highest salary ;1!nhi. Thero had also been during .tho year nil Increase of twenty per cent. Ho spoko of so veial cases coming under his notlco of a num ber of the young lady graduates who wero in duced to leave this city ami go to distant ones, for the simple reason that they could command hH her salaries; and ho thought Hint t lie argu ment ol'tlie College director should bo a con clusive argument. lie received a much larger salary than a ureal number of the female teach ers, and could scarcely live on it, and lie did not see how they could live on the amount they received. Air. J.ouderbaeli mnclo ft few brief remarks, saying he thought the cause looked prosperous. A Iter a number of remarks from dlfloront gen tlemen, the meeting adjourned, to meet at tho call of the chairman. Illbcitimate Whisky Distilling A Xum Bkji ok Akuksth. A special agent of tho Unit ed states Government, Air. Cornelius flugg, assisted by llobert Tittcrmary and Air. Kumiss, United Ktntcs ficputy Inspectors, havo been operating among the illegal distillersof whisky. At n very early hour on Saturday morning the distillery of Francis Kane, No. 711 Baker street, was visited by the governmental hgont, who had to climb over fences and siunioimt other obstacles, and linnlly had to force his way in. He found the still in full operation and three or four men engaged m tho contraband business. In an ndjoining stable barrels of whisky were found hid beneath horse blankets. Thero was no Inspector present. Tho place was at once seized. The next place visited was that of (ioo. Hum moil. No. "f-'J S. Front street. Here fences had to be scaled. Barrels of uninspected whisky Were found in the yard, the stills wero in foil operation, tho assistant United States Inspector In charge of the distillery was found asleep in an adjacent building; tho receiving loom was found open, and evji y facility was arranged to remove the liquor a'sVast us it was distilled. The next place visited was that of Thomas AloDonough, No. 7J j S. Front struct. Hero cross dogs were encountered, fences wore Jumped, and after much difliculty the distillery was en tered. iS'o inspector was found thero. A barrel of whisky was found in tho middle of tho Moor, with a lunnei in Hie bung-hole; tho receiving room key was found alongside of the barrel; tho watchman or assistant inspector In charge was found asleep in the building fronting on tho street, n distance of ono hundred feet from the distillery; the stills Were running. The ollicers next visited tho place of Arthur Nugent, located iu the samo vicinity. Tho 11 res und stills were found in full operation; thero was no inspector in charge, as the law requires; n barrel partly tilled with liquor was nuur the front door of the still-house. This place was seized. 1'ievioiis to these visitations Messrs, Stags and Tittermury wero arrested. This was about 11 o'clock on Friday night. They were charged with forcible entry and detainer, assault und battery, Ac. The intention to have them locked up for tho night w as frustrated by tho entering of bail at once in the sum of eight hundred dollars each to answer the charges against them. Anniveksajiy Meetings. Yesterday afternoon the Youths' Missionary Society con nected with the F'irst Independent Church was held at Broad and .Sausom streets. The exer cises were quite interesting. The Treasurer reported that S4C8 had been raised by the j ISociety during the your. Addresses were made by the Rev. Dr. Beadle, Rev. Dr. Bartholomew, and Bev. John Chambers. The twenty-ninth anniversary of the Sunday j Schools of the Church of the Evaimehsis, i Protestant Episcopal, took place yesterday afternoon, Rev. Samuel Durborrow aud other clereymen olhciatiHg. At 3 o'clock the exercises were cemmenced by the singing of the hymn, "Hosannas were by Children Sung," alter which an address was made to the children by the Rev. Mr. Ward. This was followed by singing by the children; a letsou from Scripture; and asermon by the Rev. Mr. Durborrow. The premutation of offerings by the schools then took place. The collections during the year were q.uhe large, aud some of them ,1'ormed the subject of congratulatory remarks by the pastor. The exercises were closed with prayer and the benedictiou. A Praiseworthy Institution. One of the most deserving of our charitable; institu tions is the Howard Missloa, in Shippen, below Fourth street. It has been in operation for the pa-t twenty-three years, and affords relief and religious education to the poor and destitute. During the last winter the managers of the Mission were enabled to relieve every worthy case who called upon them for assistance. Many were widows lelt with orphans; others sick or aged. Included in the expenditures ot last winter, $2.i8-lU4 was distributed as follows: $171'80 in shoes; $1H35'J in groceries; 981 in coal; $"i07"50 iu clothing; and S 137-75 in cash paid lor funeral expenses, house rent, etc. The auvancc in me tusi ui ivl-u, nuiumg, xuei, civ;., renders it necessary lor the Society to make Increased efforts in raising funds to carry on its operations. Donations can be sent to John M. Harper, fcsq., ISO. cue:nut street, or tne Agent, Mr. John Seddun. Our Firemen. The followinsf ollicers have been elected-' by the West Philadelphia Steam Fire Fntrino Company for the ensuing year: C. H. Newell, President; John McClarrcu, Vice-President; John T. Flamgan, Secretary; Joseph W. Pullen, Assistant; aud John White, Treasurer. The members of tbe Southwark Engine Com pany turned out yesterday afternoon, lor the purpose of attending the funeral of their late fellow-member, Air. David Cattell. Tho deceased hail been a member for forty years. The Independence Engine Company have ordered 800 feet of forcing hose. A number of the friends of the Diligent Engine Company are about to present them with a signal bell tor their steamer. Commissioners Appointed. President Johnson has appointed the following gentle men Commissioners to attend the annual trial of the pyx at the mint of the Uulted States, at Philadelphia, on tho 11th of February next: Professor Joseph Henry, of Washington; John Toruey, Nw York; Hon. Samuel B. Uuggles, New ork Trofoswor J. 11. Alexander, baltl more; Professor Ueore J, Brush, Mew Haven; Profeksor Robert K. Rogers, Philadelphia; Pro feshor Charles M. Wethorill, Bethlehem, Pa.; William 8. Appietou, Hoston, Alass.; Professor Stephen Alexander, Princeton. N. J. New Chtjrch Organization. Tester day the Oxford Presbyterian Church, located at the comer of Oxford and Broad streets, wm organized, and the ruling ciders Installed with appropriate ceremonies. Hon'tTAi. hT.MS.-Tlie fi.ilowit'g cases were niiu.il.it-d into the. I'eiinnyi vani.i Hospital on sat m day: Anna Owens, forty-two vers of ago, fell (low n on the ice in front of her residence, oil Saturday morning, and broke her lelt unit. Hugh Sweeney, twent v-ti ve years old, a resi dent of Carbon .county, iiad his ioft It"; broken while win king in aeoal mine. liter Ynpcr, aged tweut v-t hree yoari. who it sides at No. 127 l-'illn i t miii i t, lell (rum n pialiorm and fiacfiued bis rignL leg. Tins oc curred two days n;;o. A lad named .lames Dougherty, who lives at Richmond, had one of his lect. "bndiv crushed by lit it g run over by a coal curt, Tn swell li.g was so ureal that it was impossible to deter mine whether any of llio bones wero broken oi not. .lane Pi itcbartl, (ilty-one years old, living in 1'ltzwater street, below Bro'ad, fell upon Iho lee and broke her left leg. TiiiFMNti Finn. About 10! o'clock on Satui dny morning a slight lire occurred at Christian WiiKiier's lager beer saloon. Mo. x.tj N. Third street, occasioned by the Hue setting lire to the wood work. About six o'clock on Saturday evening, a slight fire occurred i.t the trimming storo of Lewis Israel, on Second street, abovo Union occasioned by some light fabrics being caught In the gaslight. The roof oi a small brick building in Ilaydock street, above l-'ront, was slightly damaged by lire hist night, about nine o'clock. The building belonged lo the Northern Liberties Has Works, mill is ust d as u sloruhousu for heaters lor the gasometer. MEDICAL. PCUD'S EXTRACT OF EAMAaiELIS, Or Pain Destroyer, Is one of the few domestic remedies which have ennm into tici.crni use mitt lavor, without (lulfiiiir. It is thu Iirothii t oia simple sli'iib harmless iu ail cases, ami. as auounstic muicdy, unetjiiHllett. 1KNS, ItKlISEM, LA Wf.M.sg Kin LH. niim;s, SOUK K TEH. UI.KKHIMJ StOSK, 81 Oil ACII, Si KV'1'-VS' UI.KKI.IM1 Ol' TUK ci iifl irr. POKK 111KOA.T. TOOTHACItr,, fcAK U UK. jSMTRALOIA. HHU'.M A'llKM, Ll'MHAUO, P1LKS. TORN. VLeHHS, OLD SOKES, And other similar troublesome anil panrul aftcctlnns, Kvinio ii pruuiio.y arn-siH ail UCMUiUtll At.n. Hun lireds o lhj siciaus use It duty in their practice, and itive It thelt nnqunllilcd recouimcudatiun. bold by our act-nts and dealers. 'ihe Medicine is exclusively prcpnrcd by the sub scrlhers. lTODrictors and successors to T. T. I'ONli, to w liom ah outers must be addressed. IlUJUftlKEW ilOiMEorATIUO MF.DKINE CO, , -No. m HUOAlnVAV, New York TRICES OK POND'S KX TRACT. Six onnce bottles, wltb directions, retail 50 cents I' int bottles, with directions, retail H0 CJmirtH In bottle ip75 Liberal discount to rhyslclani and Dealers. SI Ml LI A SIMILIBUS CURANTUR. ETJIiPHEF-YS' HOMOEOPATHIC SPECIFICS. FAMILY CASKS Ol 3ft larce vtals, morocco case, containing a spccitlc ter every ordinary tlisease aiamhy Is subject to, and a book of tllreciioiis 810 00 Smaller Family and Travelling cases, with 20 to 'iH viais .j to 88. Spteltlcs lor all J Iscascs, Doth lor CuiInK and for 1'ieventive tri utment iu vials and uocket ens B2 to 85 These Kcincdieti, by theense or single Ikx, ar sent to nny part oi the country, by Mall or .Express, ireu ol charvo, en n ceipt of tho price Address- HVSl l'HKK V V Hl'KCIFIC no.v.o.:oPATinr! medidink. company, Office and Depot, No 6112 HltoAl) WAV, New York. It. I1U.M I'll KEYS is consulted duih at bis otllce, per sonally or by letler, as above, for all forms ot disease. i'orsnlo by DYO'IT & CO., JOIINStlN, HOLLOW AY & VOViDES, T. K t'ALLEJS lKK. and AMItROSi: s.Vl'IIl. Wholesale Agents. Philadelphia, and at BLITUE'N Dru Store, No. 3120 Market street, and In all DruiiKlsts. 6 27 smwS DR. J. IS. ROSE'S ALTERATIVE. TUB (IKEAT BLOOD I'lltlFIKU. If you have corrupt, disordered, or vitiated blood, you are sick all over. It may appear as pimples, sores, or as some active disease, or it may only make you leel ian Kuld or depressed: but you cannot have good health if your blood is Impure. Dr. Roso's Alteratl'-e removes all these impurities, and is the remedy that will restore vou to hcaJili It is unequalled fur the cure of all diseases oi the. glunds, scrotula, tubercular consumption, and all erup tionu of the skin. Price $1. Sole agents. DYorr a co.. No 232 North SECOND Street. TiU. BKOTT'S ITCH OIJVTMKIVT will cure every lorm of itch, and is superior to any other remedy for the cure of that disagreeable and tormenting complaint. Price 25 cents. Scut per mull, 40 cents. DYorr&io., No. 232 North SECOND Street. DR. J. S. ROSK'S KXPKCTOUAWT. For the cure ol consumption, coughs, colds, asthma, catarrh, lnllucnza. spkiins of blood, bronchitis, and all diseases ot the luntis. Ihls sjrup having stood the test of many years' ex perience as a r. nicoy lor Imta ion or any Inflammation of tho lungs, tin out, or bronchia, is acKnowledged by all to bo a remedy superior to any other known com pound used lor the rellci and cure oi coughs and con sumption, rrice i. ooie aseuu, DYQTT & CO s5(im No. 232 North SEC lECOND UtrocU DYEING, SCOURING, ETC. I'lkEXCH S.TEA5I St0lRL0 ESTABLISHMENT, No. 510 EACE Street. We ben leave to draw your particular attention to oni new i rench Steam Scouring EntabilshnienL, tiie Urst aud only one ol Its kind In this city. v e do not dye, but b a cucn.lcui process rcs.ore Ladies', Gentlemen's, anl t hlltirtn'ii Carmeiits to their original states, witboai injuring them In t!;e leust, hlle treat experience and the betniacliiner iroui Fruuce euuble us to warrant periect satibltieuou to all w ho may invor us with their pt tronagc. LADir.S' DIU,.sE5,of every descuptiou, with or without Trimmings, are cleaned aud finished without being taken apart, whether the color be genuine or not. dpera Clonks and Mantillas, Curtains, Table Covers Carpets, Velvet. Ribbons, Kid Gloves, etc., cleaned ami rennished in the best manner. Gentlemen's Summer and Winter Clothing cleaned to perfection without in J urv to the stul). Also f lags and banners. AH kinds of stains removed without Cleaning the whole. All orders ere executed under our Immediate supervision, and satisfaction guaranteed in every Instance. A call and examination of our process Is rcepcctiully solicited. ALBEDYLL & MUX, 3 10 mwi! No. S10 RACE Street 18G7. diaries. 1867i 60 Styles and Sizes, at Low Prices. Visiting nd Wedding Cards, the latest novelties. Initials, Monogiams, etc., stamped on paper and envelopes, in colors, gratia. A large stock of English, Freuch and American Pape and Envelopes. BLANK 1.O0KS oi the best anufacture, on hand and made to otdcr. R. HOSKINS & CO., Manulactuiera of Blank Books, StatloneriiJKnkrsvers, aDd Prluters, 7 28 Cn.rp N o. 913 A RCli StroeU ROBERT SHOEMAKER & CO. WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS, MAXUJf'ACXUJRERS, A.b DEALERS IU rainls, Varnishes, and oils, No. 201 NORTH YOURTII STREET, 10 243m C0BEK O ACB. HARD RUBBER ARTIFICIAL T TI I) A nnu I Oiru n.,ll.nna. 1.. Itelomilty, eto etc. These Limbs are 1 trHUBierred trom me in lorm anant; axe the lightest, most durable oomlort- al.l.. nurl.nt and -vrtlutm bii ty 1 1 1 ,, tua I yet Invented' '1 bey are approved and adoDied bv the Vulted Stales Govern- lent and onr nrlnclnal Huruenus. Patented Anmist IS. lbo3 , Way M, flS4 i M ay 1, ltott. Address K I. Si HALT. A CO.. No. (39 AKCJ1 btreet, PbUudelphk Pemphltt ire. unm I 11 I I AMUSEMENTS, NK.W CHI'.SNUT STKi'H.T Tlir.ATRH. CHKsMJT Hiroet above TVVKLH1L PI l1 III W i )K t K Jilt. ANI MKS. IIAKNKV WILMAMS. GliANI) rOMItiN V ION tUbb. 1 IIKKK ulii.,1 r Pil-.CE. The new l.ocai 1 ramuen tiled Till-. l'IIIi,AihI,PM A VKWSllOY, initlitet d wlthnew uutl aceura'e Scent rv, amontt whlcn nuiv lie inentl'-iied lilt, L DUK.K OFKICR, THK INOtMR'It OFFICE, . Till. fcVKMMJ 1 Kl.l.tiUAI'iI OFKlCfa. THE CMOi LKAGDB HOI KK. Til" LA riF.RRR HOUSE, TIIIH.l ANI CUKHNIVI' HI'KKKll. THE AC.tl .MY OK ATHKAI. Hi 1 -..Cf.S KTC. 'Ihe i eitorimiiieo will consisl of the new Local Drama, In two acts entitled IIIF. PIIILADILPIIIA NF,W110Y Ulek.tbe ew8llov Mrs. P.AK.SE WILI.IAVI8 'ihe Comedy In two sets 111)11 N 10 GOOD LUIK. The ronrinn Farce. 'lilt LA IH8T FROM NKW YORK. In which Mr. and Mr. Wli.i.I.v.Vm wll anpear. KATI'KDAY A F l'r KMX I N . OKAND FAMILY MATINEE. WALNUT 8TKKKT T H 15 A T II B. N. E. corner of NISril and WALNLT Streets. Till Kl WK.EK OF MR. toll U PK.il (iHAM. THIS EVENING, vt IP be presented, aitcr careful preparation, Brougham's Comical lllptorli iil F xtravaganza "t l OI.I MllbS KEt ONSTRITCTED." with enutillll ano aiproprlta hecnery. Intricate Mili tary tvoiut ons bv a Corps ot Fbty Voung Ladies, Orlgi mil Local Songs T rios, choruscw. eto. MR .I01IN BKDL'GllAM AS CHRI-tTOVAL I OLON. a.lns COLUA1BU3. Pievlousto which. O'Brien's Comeilv ol A GEN'l I.F.MAN FROM IRELAND. Gerald Fitn aurlcc Mr. JOHN BKOUOHAM MHS. JOHN DKKW'S NKW-'ARCH STREET TIIEATKF. ReKlnsat hail past 7 o'clock. G. L. l-OX JAt K AND OIL.L. MONDAY, AMI TILL FI'lll HEtt NOTICE, Vlt G L. FOX, the great Comedian mid l'liiitomlmist. In his own Pan to rn init of .IA'K AD GILL stipporlcd by C. K. Kn.. Mad'l c VI AKTINET1T, and Master CALI IGNE WITH EVERY SCKNE NEW. and n Grand 1 rnn-foruiatlou Scene by C. A. Hawthorne ami M r. 11 Kom-li. FKII'A-Itciie(lto( O.L. FOX. BAll'RDAY-t'i-.st JACK AND GILL MATINEE -VTE W A JI K B I CAN T II E A T R E. Enrnpement of the ce'cbrnftl MlH!i MuLLIa, WILLIAMS AM) FELLS VINCENT. 1 Ills EVENING, TIIE FRENCH Sl'i and IRELAND AS IT WAS. CADE M Y O F MUSIC S;ENUKRIilTxU GRAND MASKED CALL, JANUARY til, 1807. TIckoIh, 3 00, admitting a C.ent'cman and one Lady ; each additional lady's ticket, 8100. Family Circle audience tickets, 50 cents. Doors open at 7 o clock, and the Grand March at 9 o'clock. No person will le admitted without presenting the check. MANAGERS. Joseph D. El, lit, No. 329 N. Third street; Jesse R. Walker, S. W. corner Fourth and Chesnut; F. J. Walter, No. 272 S. Third street; Wllhehn Elaonlohr. No 137 S. Tenth street; Christian Mack. No 212 8. Broad street; Charles Grill, No. 724 Filbert street; Mason Ilirsch, No 414 Market street; Louis Blehnorwald. No. 231 Dock street; Caspar bicker, No. SOB Arch street; Henry Gebaucr, No. 1028 Sansom street. Tickets can be obtained of J. itlsloy. Continental Hotel; Joseph Stcppacber, No. 031 Ckesuut street; George M tiller. No. 728 Vine street; F. & L. Ladner, No. 632 N. Third street; and at Acticn Hall. No. 341 N. Third street; Bant-erbund Hall, corner ot Crown and Callowhlll ; and ot the Mucaxcrs. 1 14 7c COSTUMES! COSTUMES I A Splendid Assortment of COSTUMES AND PROPERTIES FOR MASQUERADES, Arc of crcd to the attention ol the ba:l-KoiiiK public at this gay and festive season, at tue COSTUMEUY Of 1 venty-five Years' EstablislAient, No. GI7 RACE Street, North Side. Every effort will be made to please the taste ot thos who attend the Carnival Bulls of tbe season. Musks of tviry description lor sale. W. C. DESMOND, ln3in No. 017 RACK Street. RATIONAL HALL. FIRST GRAND OONCERT OF THE SEASON, UNDER THE AUSTTCES OF THE YOUNG HEN'S CIIIUSriAN ASSOCIATION NKXT THURSDAY, JANUARY ill, 1S07, BY THE PHIL0MELIC MUSIC CIRCLE AND THE GER- MANIA ORCHESTRA, s SOLOISTS. MUS. U TIDOI!, MKs. E. PARKED, MB. r. K. THOMAS, MR, A. M.81K ANU. Conductor Dr. L. Mi;iQNEN I'iauist Mr. Vt'Jl. WKIUHT Menibe of tbe Young Men's Christian Association and sll making application for membership, are entitled to tickets free. Any moial young uian may become a member on application. Annual dues, 1. To persons not members, tickets, SO cents. CI IS tt N KW BLEVKNTI1 STUKKT OP Kit A HOUSE, EUYl.tilil Htreet. above CUKBNI T. "Titti FA lUIL. V tUCSOUT" OPl.iV tOK 1IIK, lsKA,tV. CAHMltbH Oi. 1IXU'S IU IAiis'1'UICL.K. the Ore at Slur Troupe ol the World, lu theli Git Am) .'IH101TAN SUlltEKH, HONlit. DANCKS, NW Hl KI.tsybEH, and l l.ANTATlON HCKN B. Loors open at 7 o'clock, commencing at 8 o'clock. g go J. L. CAUNCltOria, Manager GEEMANIA OltCHETRA.-PUHLIC EE hcarsals every 8 AT I) R UAY AKTLUNtlON, at MUSICAL FUND HALL, 3J4 o'clock. Emaneaenis made bv aodi-ehslng GKOROE RASTEBT, Ageut, No. Ml MONTlCltEY Street, between Race and Vina. 11 6 am THE PIANOS WHICH WK MANU lul lac lure recommend themselves. We promise 7.. i.ur uatroui clear, tieautitul tones, eleitunt work nan ship, durability, and reasonable prices, combined wnh a mil guarantee. For tale only at No. lull WALNUT WS CMOS PIANO MANUFACTURING CO. JN DIA RUBBEIl GOODS WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, OT ALL KINDS, FOR 1 AMILY, IrRUGGISTB', STATIONERS', OR MANUFACTURERS' USE, Can be obtai ltd direct at the MANUFACTORY AGENCV, No, 708 CHESNUT Street. Customer ill find it to tbeir advantage to deal here. 181m SHIPPING. -tr VOU l'(-STON-STKAMSIi;r LINK . MKI.I T. , , ki: via i u ii II i nn f P.Vt-RY F1VR DAYS. lOM 11NKH KKtT WllAbK. IHIull'LL I'HIA, AM) I.ONH W.iAHK. HtiSltiN The line lnteen Philadelphia and ilo3lon Is now ernniOK-d of the liOM.i N (in ) Cnptnln linker, 14HR t-ms. h.A)t()N, I npiaiu Mattlievts, li.'.ll ton". XlUVAN a 1. 1 n ( towell. l'ifl.l tons. 1 lute liiilistsnllnl and wcll-appomtf tl stesmshlns wl 1 nil puiirtui li.v us atlveitlsod and nelt:lit will lie re ce' vt d every day. a Blciiuier nclng always on the berth to reteive t'MKo rhippis aic rrtincsteil lo send bills of lading with tlirli -ootis. Kor trrlciit or pafsuge, hnvlnt? uper'or nr.eommochi ilons, app j to Hi NUY WINsiiR , to 1 No. S. I .s. I'I LaW .UK Avenue. nr. Nonrii amkiucan steaaishiI Lt?- COAI I'ANV. Ol'l'li!-1TION I.INF. TO CALIFORVIA. VIA NK'AKaOUA. t:V Kltf TVS KVl Y lT. From 1 ler No. 'in North lilver, too- of Warren street, at neon, with psHneniicrs and ireient, at verv LOW H A'ltH. ( onuectliig on the Pacific Ocean witu the tine stenmships MO.-tH TAYLOR Captain Illrthen, and AMI HI ;A, aptain Wiikenian For (urther informa loti, apply to the North Ameri can bleaiLshlp Coiupnny. WILLI AM II. WFim. President No. 61 Kxchsntio Place. N. Y. D.N t'AKKlOl'ON. Aftnt. t No. 177 West slree . corntr Warren N Y. -rf ff ! U EMI'lKK LINK KOIi SAVANNAH. ULi-iJ F.vt rv WaTCUDAY. from ler No. 13 North i.itr, punctually at li o'clock P. M. 1 be lavorite xldo-wheel Hteamships SAN JAi.iN to , l.oveinnd t oiiunaiuter, HAN 8ALVAHOK. Atkius Cuiiiinender. Throuph tickets and til. Is ot lading to ail ptilnN In t oiincet.on with Cent-al KHliioad t (leorgw, Athiu lc and Gull hailrond, and F.orida. Mourners. Elegant pusseD(,cr accommtidatlons. UAKItlstiV ft AI.LF.N t No. BOW LijkO GREKN, N Y P5- bTAIt LINE l-'OIt NEW ORLEANS. I'Wifc Ihe New lork Mall StenmshlD Cenmunv s hue uieun Htcumtrs will leave Pier.No. Itj North i'iver al 'i o'clock P M., as tnllows the AtONlr KLY.on Wl DVF.SDAY, lit VAN A. on .SAHKI1AY, MISKOI'RI.on HaTI'KHAY, MFitltlMACK oilA'li. K:).,I. Ah Mils 01 ladlntt signed at tho otllce upon iho plet. For freight or passucc opp'y to C. K. OARItlSON, Piesldnnt. t No. 5 ROWLI Ml OREKN.N. Y. I li.ti tl.,ll AlATT DTPtH.-iinn.,.-, iifs ujuiij cir.iijiauir t,u.ii illkOlUtt LINK TO CALIFORNIA. CARRY I NO CMTK.D 8 I A IKS MAIL, VIA PANAMA RAILROAD. Steamers leave Pier No. 42 .North lilver, foot of Canal street, at li o'clock t oon, as follows: Hecembcr 31 N t.W YolK, dipt. W. O. Farber, con necting with CONH'I II U'llt'.N. Capl. Cnver.y. Jauuury 11 HKNRY t'UU.i:FV, I upt A. O. Gray, connecting with GOLI EN AGE, ('apt Lap dgu. January 21 RifING S'lAR, (apt T A Harris, coo nectlng with GOLDEN CITY, ('apt. I T. Watkius. Ail depariures touch at Acapuu-o t those of IkI and 21st connect at Panuniawlth steamers for sjout'i l'acitlc pt;s; 1st and 11th lor Central American porta, and those ot 1st touch at M unznnlilo. liepatturc 01 llta eaeh month connects with the new steam line irom Panama to AUStruiK and New .ealaud. tttu.nier ot Murcli 11. lr67, whl connect with t le Com pany's steamer Colorado, to leave Man Francisco lor Yoholama and honx-koug on April .1, 1S67 One huntiied pounds ot buiiuago allowed ouch adult. Medicines and al tendance tree. For passnue tickets ami all lurther Iniorniatlon, applv at the tli ee on the wharl, loot of Canal street, North Hlver, New York. t F. R. BABY, Aeent. EMl'IUE STEAMSHIP LINE, FOR II M nainuK trom each port e verv 8a' ui day, Iro.n second wliarl above Vine street, Thiludelohla, and Providence and Boston Rsiliond Wharl Providence, H I ihe lino is composed ot the tlrst-clans Mteamshlps I1UNTF.R. M. L. Rogeis commander. ( tlASF.J A. crossman communder. These, superior and well etiuippeo steamships sail regularly as advertised. Freiglit will be received dally, a steamship bein r always on the berth to receive carg. Freight 10. Boston. Mass. and all intermediate points on tho Boston and Providence or Worcester Railroads will be received, and the eoods delivered in less time and at lower rates titan bv any other route itiiia 01 laaing turniHoea at ine omce. No liMs 01 lading Biened alter the ship boa sailed l or lurther in'ormstlon. apply to LAU1BURY, Vf ICB.ERHHAM & CO.. Agents, t No. 126 North Wharves. Henry Cleaveland. Es(.. Agent at Providence R. 1. NATIIIXAL STh'AAI NTAVff'ATinV till COMPANY (Limited). Meimurs weekly to Livcruoo:. calling at Ouccnstown. T lie splendid tlrst cUss iron rita nshtps LOII1ANA, Captain Harrington. PENN8YLVAN 1a. Cuptalu Lewis EHIN. Chpiain Cuitlig THK QU I EN. (.'aptalu Orogan. DENMARK. Captuin Thomson. An experienced Surgoon on each ship free of charge. Jiralts issued lor any amount, pim nbie at uuy bunk in Great Britain or on the continent. UATKS OF rAHUAUE, l'AVABLE IN ClBUP.NOV. Cabin steerage- To Liverpool or Qneenstotvn.... 8HIU 8W. Ihrough passage to Puris Antwerp. Hamburg, Bre men, London, etc at low rates Btt eraiie passnae tickets to bring persons from Liver pool or y tie. nstown tor 35 in currency can be obtained at No -n UROAOWAY. For ircight or cabin pasaee applv at the Otllce of the Company. No 67 UROaDWAY. F"or steeroge 'ukets at the Passsge Oillce ol the company, No. !i7 IlltjAh WAY, or No. 275 PEARL Htreot. t F. W. J. HURST, Manager. LONDON AND NEW YORK (STEAM SHIP LINE. 1 Mtui.e to London. a90. ftiO 810. currnrv. Passage liom London, 870. Slid and 8Ju, gold. A 1A1.AN I A, Captain Plnkhum. BKLLONA, Captuin Dixon. El La, Captain G.eaiieli. WILLIAM PENN, Capta.n Bil!in"S. The aceoiiimndatlons for nas Banners on tlifse shins are unsurpassed. Freight will betaken and ihrom-h hills ot lading given to Havre, Antwerp, Rotterdam, Amster dam, and liunkirk. For passage, applv to CHARLEH A. WHIrTNo, No. 26 BKOAI) WAY. For height, apply at No. 54 SOUTd Street. t HOWLAND ARPINWALL. Agents. EF-Ft. PASSAOR TO AND FROM iSiS-iU- GREAT BRITAIN ANT) II K El-AND, 1YSTEAMSAIP AN I) SAILING VACKET, AT REDUKI KAl'Ei. DRAFTS AVAHABLE THKOUGHOUT ENGLAND, IRELAND, HCOILA.ND, AND WALES. For particulars applv to I AFSl'OTT BROTHER! & CO.. t No. 36 SOUTH Street, and No. 23 BROADWAY. FOR ST. THOMAS AND BRAZIL. rrsilTKl) HTATES AND BRAZIL MAIL .vi r a a, Mil P COiiPANY. Regular Mall bteamers. sailin on the 22d ol every month : No It I II AM F.RICA, cauialn L. F. Tlmmcraian. SOUTH AMERICA. Cap'.aiu E. L. Tlukelpaugh. GUIDING hTAR. Captain Goo'goB. slocmn. These elevant si earners sail on schedule time, anl call at t-t 'ilmnius Para. Pornauibtico Bahla, and Rio de Janeiro, goiug and returning. For engagement of irelght or passage, apo y to b G AltHISON ft; ALLEN Agents. f No 6 Bowling Green, New York. f" pCicA STKAM TO (JLASCIOW AND LIVKR--jy-'- Pool, cilliug at Londonderry to land Mails aim Passengers '1 he iavorilo passenger steamers of THE A NCHOtt LIVE SAIL EVERY HATURDA Y FROM PIER 41 NORTH RIVER. Rates of passage, payable in currency To Liverpool, Glasgow und Heiry, Culilus SflO und 670; Mecrugo 3l). Prepaid certificates Irom these ports to New York, 83ft: Havre, Antwerp, etc.. th 0 and H7 F'or lurt' er Inftirmation, apply nt the Company's Olliees. FRANCIS -MAC DON Al D t CO.. Agetit-t. t No. 6 Howling lireen. New York. TjT-", FOR BOSTON VIA NEWPORT iii-rtT-iAAM) FALL RIVER iiiu i.usitin and Newport line, hi the snlentlld ami superior steameis NF.WPiHT. MElROPoLIS. OLD I OLON Y . and EMP1RK, STATE, ot greatstiength and speed, ct nstructed ex pressiy tor the navlgailou ot Leng Island Hound running In connection with the Ola Colony and Newport Kttl'road. Leave l'ler No. 2S. North River, foot of Murray sheet 'the steamer NEWPORT, Captain Brown, lesve Monday. W edncstay, aud Friday, at i P. AL, lauding at New port. The steamer OLD COLONY, Captain Simmons, leaves Tuesday, 1 butbday, and Saturday, ut 4 P. Al., lauding at Newpoit 1 hese sieamers are fitted up with commodious state rooms, waier tight compartments, and every arrange nieut for the securiiy aud couil-.rt of passengers who are allorded by this rou e a night's rest on board and on umvul at Newport p.ot-eeu per rat road ugalu, reuehiug Boston early on the following morning. A baggage master Is attached to each steamer, who receives and tickets the baggugo, and accompanies the same to its destination A steun er runs in connection with this Hue between Newport and Providence duhy. Sundays excepted Freight lo Huston Is taken at the same rites as by anv other regular liue, aud lurwitrded with the greatest ex pedition by an express italn. which leaves Newport every morning (Sundays excopte.d), at 7 o'clock, ur Hosion and New Bediord. arriving at its destination about 11 A. Al Fur freight or passage apply on board, or at the OMce, on Pier No. 28 North River. For state rooms and berths apply ou buard, or, if it is deslrnb e to secure thein in advance, apply to E. LITTLEFIELD, Agent. t No. 71 BUOADSVAY, New York. ict FOR RICHMOND. NORFOLK, AND 2v4lii,ClTY POINT Thu aide-wheel steiiili'P ItltiTEfiAH Captain Alexander Everv Huturdnv. ALUF.M jKI.E, Captain Bourne Every WeilntiiHlav. At l'i M , (mw Pier No. 36 North River giving through bills of lading eto., to all points ou tbe Seaboard Rail road and its conuecllen Mh.rt. LIVINGSTON, FDit CO, Agent No. Wl LlDerty street. ' SHIPPING. .f : JSTKAAl TO Ll MM'OOL-C'ALLINff fci.L-..-i t (jiieennto Mi-i he ltiii.iin Line, sailing Mun-u-eKlv, carry mi.' In- Initcu Mtmcs Mails. "I IU tiKM.W Y( KK" niiirtlHv, .lannajv 2fl "l l'IY OF I I HI. IN " Vt ciliit-i'tlity . lanusrv SO "Cli Oif IH'8'IVN" fiiituiduy, February 2 CirYoF i i.('llITf.it"..Wetines(lay, February 6 "CITY OF WASHING ros"...."stur lay. Fehrua T 9 u., ,.....l, .uni'iinflliin ufnr.loo n.i.1 V ...l n , .dll II V At tlfir)fl. ri.ni 1-ir Nu l.: ,irtli rir-. R A I K OF r AMNAOK Ey the mull sienmer sa.iing evcrv Saturday t 1 ujMile iu Gtiln Pa able In Currency. First Cabin M0 Steerage t-19 lol.t i.iii.n !'i i u I.e. 1,1:1111 M In I urip ,. ft To I'lirK 46 l'u.snt.e liy the VY 1 (!,n n!v stcniuers : Fintt cabin, TP: sit rni e. t ml I'ej iiMe 111 Itnti'' 'fates eurn ncy. I B-Htnc himi orv.iirtied to uuvn' llambuig. Ure liieti. ulc.. ai uitHierate lines Mcunno v assume lrem I fverpool or Qunenstown, J7, t urn i.ev 1 1t lu is cun be Lout lit here by persous seud-nif- lur tl.clr nitres. I or air. her iniorniatlon appl at the Company's f'flites. ,l(ili li 1)ALF, Agtiit No. ill WaLM 1 bttcct, l hliiuia. - jr" FOli N EW OK K.-rillLA DEL JsM- dt 1 i ti in (Steam I'rupehet ( omosnv lie ht.iiti h .witlsure l.ines.vi Le uwitre and Knrihui CanaL rn IiikIsi y t li .V siitlfV!', ji cenuectJug with all Kortlit re nrtl Knftern lines. Fur I'rt-ifilit. which win be tslien upon accoinmoiatlnc ternis, at ply tj Vt 1 1 I lA M M. H A 1 till A CO.. lis No. IH2 S. LELAWAUJi Avenue. vF."- 0 R '''AT R EDUCTION I PRICE OP UU. PA88. TO KT UOPF. by the on yAinorl cuii t.ine to Eng and and Fiance 'I lii New York and Havre sieams-itii l t'liipaiiv's nisi e.as mall steamships A UA(.t) ttnti F t LION, naving bceu iborottghiv rohtuid, wl l lenve l'ler o 7. North River, lor I'avru, ca.ling at Falmouth, the tohowing u at s. at noon precisely : ARAGO....H a GAI.sr.N lieceiniior ii.'lStiO Ai d every is tlh s tin n-Hiii-r. PRICES OF PA.-SAl.k, PAIA1L1. IN GOLD. First-class i Mnln saloon ..9100 i Lower Naluon HO 60 Second-clas' An exni rleiiced Mirteou on board. Hie ( ompHi'V will not be r sponsible for specie or vaiiinlih-B 1111 ess Mllp 01 lading, having Ihe value ex prccsed, are signed thercinr. T. J. COM STOCK, Agent, No. 7 UroBilw-iy New York. JAMFS A WOTTON. Havre, General Agent In Europo. LUEliBr.T'lE K.ANE & Co., Agents, Paris. t -(Tf - ONLY DIRECT L1NR TO FRANCE. SJJj.L... THE GLNFRAI. 'I UANSATLANTIC COMPANY'.-. M AIL SI KAMrtlllPs Bi-TWr EN ilEW UK. AND HAVRE. CAL ING AT BREST. The splenilid new vessels ol this favorite rnuto ror UlO Con :ineut w ill sail from Pin" No. 00 North River. PERE1KE, Ducbesne. VILLI1 DE PAHIS, SutmonL F.I ROPE. Lemano. ST. LAURENT, hrcandl. 1'RIOEo OF PASSAGE, IN GOLD. First Cabin, flBOj Second Calnn. lnU Inc.udlnr wino. 1 heso steamers do not carry steerage passeOKers. Medical attendance tree ol charge, l'assengers Intending to land at Brest can be furnished on board with railroad coupon-ilckeh.. am. tbeir baggage checked to Paris, at an uodit.onul churge of 93 lor tlrat, and 83 for second class, t GEORGE MACKENZIE, Agent, No. 88 Broadway - TO S HsUfc i-i?. The nndersleued having leased the KF.N b. NC.TON SCREW DOC K, begs to nlorm his friends aud the patrons of the Dock ihut he la y r. pared with, luireased lacllltles to nccommodato tlio ha. uig vessels to i.e laised or rcpuire ', and being a ti aon-ai shlp-ear penier and cuu ker will glvepe-soual attention to the vessels entrusted to him lor repairs Captains or Agents. ship-Carpenters and Machinists to lug vessels to repair, ate solicited to cnil. Ilavlug the agency for the sale 01 "Wetterstedt'S Patent Mctaiic Composition" lor t opper paint, tar the preservation of vessels' bottoms, for thiscl.y, 1 am pre pared tolurnbh the same on lavomblo terms. John h iiammitt. Kensington Screw Pock, 11S DELAWARE Avenue above Laurel street ENGINES, MACHINERY, ETC. fifft ri';IN STEAM K NO INE AND JLLia. BOlLElt WOHKH. NEAF1E A LEVY. PkaCIICAL AND THEORETICAL ENGINEF!HH. MACHIN 1STS BOILERMAKERS. BLACKSMITHS, and FOCriDF.tiS, havng lor many years been In suc cessful opeiatttin, and been exclusively enuagod in bulldl g und repairing Mriue and Hiver Engines high and luw pressure, Iron Boilers, Vi ater Tanks, Propei lers, etc etc.. respectfully ufler their services to the public as being luiiy prepured to contruct for engines of all eizis, Murine, R ver, aud stutiouury ; having tteia ot patterns ot ulticrent sizes, are prepared to execute orders with quick uespatch. Everv description of pattern making made nt the shortest notice High and Low pressure F lne, Tubular, auu Cylinder iiol era, of the best Pennsylvania charcoal iron. Forginns or all sizes anil kinds; iron and Brass t.'usiiiigs 01 all descriptions; Ron. Turning. Screw Cutting, and ah othTwork connected wltb the nbo.e business Diawlngs and gpeclticHtlocs lor all work done at the estublibhiuo ". tree ot charge, aud work guaran teed, i 1 he subscribers have ample wbart-doclt room for repuirs of bouts, where they cau lie In perfect gaiety and ate provided with shears, blocks, lolls, eto eto for raising heavy or light weiihu. JACOB C NKAFIE, JOHN P. LEVY. -'IS BEACH laid PALMER Strcols. J. VAI GIIAN llEKltlCS, WU.JJAM H. ME K1CB JOHN K. COPE. SOUTHWARK FOUNDRY, FIFTH AND Vt ASHINOXON Streets, PlllLADFZ I'HIA. MFKiacK 14 SONS, ENOINEEIt.-i AM) 4JAC11INI.ST8, mnnufeciure High and Low Pressure steam Engines fot Land, l.ivei , and Murine .service. 1' oilers, Gasometers, -'Minks, iron Posts, etc Castings 01 all kinds, eliber Iron 01 brass. iron Franre Kools lor Gas U'orka, Workshops, and Rttiiroud Stations, etc. Ketorts and Gas Machinery, ot too latest and moat im proved constiucttou. Everv description 01 Plantation Machinery and Sngar Suw, and Grist .Mills, Vacuum Puns. Opeu i-teauj Trains' Dcleeuiors, Ki ti rs, Pumping Engines eto ' Soie Agents or N. Biileux's Patent Sugar Boiling; Apparatus, Nesmy Ih's I aunt steam Hammer, anil As piuw all A VYoolsey's Paieut Ceuui.ugal ougor Draining Machhie. HM jg Iv I D E 8 li Vn (MACHINE W0SK3J So. 68 N. FROnV'bTREET. rillLADKLPUIA. We are prepared to nil orders 10 any extent for onr well-Kuown MACHINE 11 Y FOR COTTON AND WOOLLEN MILLH including all recent improvements In Carding, Spinnluir and ea ing. We iuvite.the attention ol manatacturers onr exten sive works. 1 1 ALFRED JENKS & SOU, PJJERICAK LEAD PENCIL CCMPAKY NEW YORK. FACTOllY, HUDSON CITY, N. J, This Company is now lully prepared to larnlsb LEAD PENCILS. Equal lxi Hoality to tlie Best Brauds, The Company has taken great pains and nveited trge capita! in fitting up llinr wuirv, anu now ask the Aiucjlcuu public to give their pencils a loir trial. All Styles and Grades are Manufactured. Great core baa been bestowed to the manufacturing of SUPERIOR HEXAGON DRAW ING PENCILS, spo ciuhy prepared lor The use 01 Engineers, Architects, Artists, etc. A complete assortment, constantly on band. Is offered at lair terms to the trade al their Wholesale Salesroom Uo. 34 JOHN Street, New York. The Pencils are to be bad ot all principal Stationer! and Notion Dealers , Ask lor American Lead Pencil. 10 1 fmwW pEIKCE'S PATENT SLATES, Warranted superior to any others in use. LIGHT! NOISK LESS II UUilABLlC J J J Cannot be broken b-.-, ailing, and Never Become Qlo'sy- These Slates have been unnnlmo,?';1 adopted by the Bmiru ot Control lor use In the F"" "ol "Ot Phila delphia, and aiso by the school uiaoues oi Baltimore aud Vt ashlnglou. Also . .TB . 1'iihce'S patent'"' 1,5 sckfvck. The only Patent Stone Wiir"? blackboards now bclore the pubtic. W-rjlfU'K IhSk 4 so. I N- ELEVENTH street. CAt Tios -Beware Jf.,'';,10", 0'kiiud pte. btiaid Slates oilerdPV 'f l-S ''tl which are made to reemble In sp.ear.ui' 'f d goods The genuine sreaIlelil.er iil.eieuduFbo m iV?. P?0"9 ' ueled aud mat kef. 1'tl"a o-10. lillll 11 lui warn rp c l 1 T E MANTELS SLATI ARTELS are jusurpasaed for Darabllitjr, Ri a u 1 v. rrerjKth, an 1 C heapness. SLaT ANTEL8 and slate Work Generally, mads to ord" ' J. 13 KIME8 & CO, tl-'S Hoi 126 and 2128 CHXSNUT BtieeU