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TIIE DAILY EVENING TALKO K A Til PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5, 8G7.
INSURANCE COMPANIES. 1829 CUABTHl riTvl'LTUAL Franklin Fire Insurance Co. or Philadelphia. OFFICE: NO. IBB AMI) 487 IIIMMIIT MTIIKKT. ASSETS OK OCTonEB 1, 1407, a, 3fct-.il 08. rpii . . Accrued i-urp.ua trim lu ran ... PNBETTLED CLAIMS, MM-18. M tnfl.w .........1.0 -9 75MI 1,I7A6M'IU IN COM R FOB 18r7 $. 00 MX). LOSSES PAID Kl.MK OVER yo.ooo.ooo. Ferpemsl and Temporary Policies on Liberal Terms DIRECTORS. Charles N, Bnncker, Tobias w aguer, Bamuel Grant, George W. Richards, George Falea, Alfred ruler, Francis W. Lewis. M. D., Ihnaiw Sparks, William B. Grant. umc ia, CHARLES N. BaNI'KKR. PreslnnnL . OKOKUK t'ALto, Vice-Freslueiit. J. W. MoALLIHI KK Hwrnurr Prn um, 8 111281 BROOKLYN LIFE INSURANCE OF MEW YORK, MUTUAL POLICIES NON-FORFEITA BLE. Thirty days grace given In payment ol Premium. No extra charge for residence; or travel In any portion of the world, Dividends declared annually, and paid In caab, Dividend in 1667, 40 per cent. COLTOft & bHELDEN, GENERAL AO KM IS, H.E. CORNER SEVENTH AMD CHESNCT. Agent and Solicitors wanted In all the cities and towns In Pennsylvania and Southern New Jet- S. ; , INSURANCE COMPANY OF NORTH AMKIIIOA. OFFICE, No, 282 WALNUT ST., PHILADELPHIA. INCORPORATED 1794. CHARTER PERPETUAL. CAPITA!, 9500,000, ASSETS J AH BABT 8, 1867 l,76l,67'0 INSURES MARINE, INLAND TRANSPORTA TION AND FIRK RISKS. DIRECTORS. Arthnrfl rViffl n George L. Harrison. Frauds R. Cope, Edward H. Trotter, Edward IS. Clarke, William Cumuiiugs, T. Cb,r ton Heuiy, Alfred D. Je-up. Inh ii t I? 1. 1 ... ' bamuel W. Jones, Jobn A. Brown, Charles Taylor, Ambrose White, Richard D. Wood, William Welsh, B. Morns Wain, John Mason,; Louis O. Madeira. Chart ks Piatt, Hecretary. 1 WILUIAM BUEHLER, Harrlsborg, Pa.. CentraS Agent lor the Bute of Pennsylvania. ' 1 2ft, Q-IRARD FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY, ' (No. 630) K. E. COR. CHEiNUT AND SEVENTH STS., PHILADELPHIA. CAPITA!. AND KUKPLII!) OVER 9300,000. INCOME 1'OB IHS, 9104,0114. Losses Paid and Accrued in I860, 947,000. Of which amount not :mmk lenualn nnpald at this date. floO.GKi.uoOol property bas.been successfully insured by Ibis Company In thirteen years, aud Eight Hun died Looses by Fixe promptly paid. DIRECTORS. Thomas Craven. Silas Terkea. Jr.. . . Furniau bheppard, Th maa MacKeilar,' Alireil N. Glllelt, N. B. Lawrence, Charlie . Dupont, lien rv k Kennev. John W. Uagborn, . joeepn n lapp, na. v. iTHomas CRAVEN, President. A. S. GILLETT. Vice-President. t 22 fmwt JAMra B. ALVORD, Secretary. 7IRE INSURANCE. UVEBPOOL.AXD LONDON AND GLOBE INslIBAM'E COMPANY. . ASSETS VER-.......910,000,000 IS TLkTED IM THE V. Sn O VEB-91.800,000 PHILADELPHIA BOARD. Lemuel Ccflln, Eeq., I Charles 8. Bmlth, Esq., Joseph W. Lewis, Esq., Henry A. Duunug, Esq., i Edward Biter, Esq. All losses promptly adjusted without reference to England. PHILADELPHIA OFFICE, JVo. 6 MERCHANTS EXCHANGE, ATWOOD BMITH, 10 17 thstpsm General Agent for Pennsylvania. PROVIDENT LIFE AND TRUST COMPANY. OF PHILADELPHIA, ' No. Ill B. FOURTH Hirer! INCORPORATED 8J MONTH 11, 1865. CAPITAL, lanU) s TAIO IN. Inanrance on Lives, by Yearly Premiums; or by fi, 10, or 20 year Premiums, Non-tor lei tore. Annuities grauted ou favorable erm. Term Pollute., Children's Endowment. This Company, while giving the lusured thesecurlty ot a paid-up Capital, will divide the eutire proiila ol tbe Llle business among lis policy holders. Moneys received at interest, and paid on demand. Author lied by charier to execute Trusts, aud to act as Executor or Administrator. Assignee, or Utiardian, and In other fiduciary capacities, uuuer appolntmeut of any Court ol this Commonwealth, or any person or persona, or bodies politic or corporate. ji iiitc-rons, SAMUEL V. BHIPLEY, ii i. vnv TT A TWO JUhHUA ri , MUHKia. RICHARD WO01, RICHARD CADBURY, T. WIS TAR BROS'V, Vv". C IXJNiill'ltKI'H. WILLIAM HACKEU, t'HAhLKS if'. COFFIN. BAMUEL R. foHlHL Y, BOWLAND PARRY, Preideut. Actuary. WITXIAM a LONUBTKKril, Vice-President. TBOMAb WISTAR. M D.. Ii B, TOWNetKND, 7 27J Medical Kxamloer. Legal Adviser. PII02MX INSURANCE COMPANi" OF PHI LA DKLHHIA. INCORrOMA J J.u iftn ua.A ax en rn.nru.1 u iu Mo,2!4WAUiti ejtreet, opposne vue f.xuuange. In .lillilnri to MARINE aud INLAND INsUH- ANCK, this Company Insures from loss or damage by FIRE lor liberal terms on buildings, inercbandise luruilure, etc., for limited periods, auii oermaueutly on buildings by deposit ol psniiilum. Abe company nas oeeu in w;n,ruiiBi.uuH ir more ii, km kivtv Vh.AltH. durlou which all 'osses have been promptly adjusted and paid. IbC UMi John W nodge, Lawrence LewU, Jr., ju. ii, juatjony. LIUV1U XjW in, Benjamin Ettlng, Thomas 11. Powers, A. R. Moileury, ktlumnd Casllllon, IjhiIh (.'. N orris. J oli ii 1 . JLewis, William B. Grant, jtoirt vv. l-ainlug, 1. Clark Wharton, bamuel Wnuox, UC'liEIUtR, President. Bamtjkl Wiioox. Hecretary, T7URE ItCRACE EXCLDSIVELY. THE J? PENNHYLVAMA F1KK INSURANCE CO tt PANY 1 nuorporawMl Isxb Cliarler Perpetual No, sin WALNUT Btreet, opposite ludepeudeuoeBoaaro, This Conipany, favorably known to the oommuulty tor over forty year, continues to Insure against Ion or damage by ore on Publlp or Private BuUdlum, either permanently or for a limited time. Also on Furniture, Blocks of Goods, aud Merci.audl rne mIIv on liberal terms. "itelr Capital, together with a lane Hnrplu Fnnd, Bluveeuxl In the niostcarelul mauuer. wblcb enab ei tbemio oOer M the Insuied aa uudoubted sewurlt, S lb.C0JUaa. piBBCXOiui. DA N IEL BM ITH, J.. PrOSldenW WnilAM 0. Ctw U, bvciiri M INSURANCE COMPANIES. INCORPORATED IC35. OFFICE OF THE KELAWAKE MUTUAL SAFETY L&UUAICD COMIMXY. Fhii.apkl,phia, November 18, 1807, The following statement oi t e alTnlrs Of the Com pel y l published In conlormlty with a provision ol Its charier: pnrmirmw received Frt m November 4, Ihr. to October (II. 1867. On JU urine nnd inland Hisks siii.iit vhi Ou lire llfeks li.6iKi'U H13,687tll rremliinis on Policies not marked oU No ember 1, 11x4 .., BMM 00 t l,H9 twjui PI!l,3IH lTl MARKED OFF As eerned from Nov. 1, 1HB8 to Oct. 1,1H(17. On Murine and luland RIks.....Jwi i.C7 on ne jtitas iw.iH2.rii 743,M0'30 In'erest during the seme period, baivsges, etc.... 105.44-)-0 1118,6918!! LORNEN, EXPEHNEft, ETC, During the year, aa above. Marine and Inland Navigation Losses- t iWMHrtl Fire Lohnes H. Belurn I'renillinis-. 5'2,Kvtx H7 lit Ii hl.ani -h... 40 U6'64 Aiency Chages, Ad vei tiling, I'rliillne, eic 40,69071 Tux e 1J. K Tax ou Premiums, Policy Btamps, etc . 2n,8l8'S9 Expenses, eic 17.WW43 60R,5H-21 fi;ii,mn 18 AfchETM OF TIIE COMPANY. November 1, 18K7, t:oo,(iOO United Btaies Five Per Cent. Loan. 10-4i'h $201,000-00 120,0(0 I'nliid States Five Per Cent. Loan, Ikhi - 131,400-JO 60,0(0 Uniltd Hiatea 7 1 luU'er Cent Loan 1 reasury Notes 62,582-50 2I.0.MX) t-laie of Penusylvanut Blx Per Cent. Loan 210,070-00 125,000 City or tbliadelplilabix Per Lieut lyoan (exempt Irom tax) 125,625-00 69,000 Btate of New Jersey Blx Per Cent. Loan.. - 61,000-00 20,000 Pennsylvania Railroad First Mortgage Bix Per Cent. Bonds.... 19.800-00 25,000 Pennsylvania Railroad, secoud Mortgage Hix Percent, Bonus.... 20,375-00 25,000 Western Pennsylvania Kail road blx Per ;'nl. trends (Pennsyl vania Kailroad iisr .nti").... 20,000-00 80,000 Hate ol Tennessee Five Percent. Loan 14,000 09 7,000 Stale of Tennessee Bix Per Cent, Loan 4,270 00 15,000 "ti sharee tock of Uermantown Gas Company (principal and In terest guaranteed by the city of Philadelphia) 15,000 7,6t0 150 8hares Block of Pennsylvania Railroad Company-.... 7,800'00 6000 100 Shares Block of North Penusvlva- nla Railroad Company 8.00000 20,000 80 Shares Block of Philadelphia and Southern Mail Bteamship Com pany..... ....t.. 15,000-00 - 201,900 Loans on Bonds and MorUage, first liens on City Properties..-.. 201,900-00 fl, 101,400 par. Market value 1,102,802-60 Cost 11,089.679 24. "Real Estate 80,00000 -Bins Receivable for Insurance made1 219,13567 Balances due at Agencies Pre miums on Marine Policies Ac crued Interest, and Other debts ' due the Company .. - 43,33486 Hock and Scrip of Sundry Insu rance and other Companies, t5tr7ti'00 Estimated value . 8.017-00 Cush In Bauk.. .........1D8,U1710 Cash in Drawer 198.51 - 103,31562 l,6t 17.61 o-ia Philadelphia. November 18, 1847. The Board of Directors have this day declared a CABH DIVIDEND OF TEN PER CENT, on the Capital Stock, and SIX PER CENT, Interest on the scrip ot the Company, payable on and alter th a 1st of December proximo, free of National and Slate tax. They have also declared a BCR1P DIVIDEND OF TWENTY-FIVE PER CENT, on the earned pre miums for the year ending October 81, 1867, certlllcates of which will be issued to the parties entitled to the same on and alter the 1st December proximo, free of National and State taxes. They have ordered, also, that the SCRIP CERTIFI CATEB OF PROFITS of the Company, for th ear ending October tl, 18h8, be redeemed In CASH, al the office of the Company, on and after 1st December proximo, all Interest tnereon to cease on that day. No. cerililca.e of proUta Issued under $25. By the act of Incorporation "no certificate shall issue unless claimed -a Ithln two years alter the declaration of the Dividend whereol it Is evidence. DIRECTORS. Thomas C. Hand, Jobn C. Davis, Edmnnd A. Bouder, Theophllus Paulding, John R. Penrose, ' James Traqualr, Henry C. Lallett, Jr., Bnniuel E. Blokes, Henry Blean, William G. Bonlton, Edward Darlington, H. Jones Brooke, Edward Lafourcade, Jacob Rlege), James C Haud, William C Lndwlg, Joseph H. Seal, George G. Leiper, Hugh Craig, John D. Taylor, George W. Bernardou, Jacob P. Jones, James B. McFarland, Joshua P. Eyre, Spencer Mcllvalne, I. B. Bemple, Pittsburg, A. B. Berger, D. T. Morgan, H THOMAS a HAND, President JOHN C. DAVIS, Vice-President. HENRY LYLBURN, Secretary. 11 lb lot HENRY BALL, Assistant Secretary. SADDLERY, HARNESS, &g. JJHE UNPRECEDENTED SUCCESS OF TUB HEW CIIESNIIT STREET (NO. IBIS), liDDLEllY, IIARNES, AND IIOKSB Il UBNJIllIlN-U OIfS UOI NE OF LACEYj MEEKER & CO.. 1$ attributable to the following act:-m They are very attentive to the wants olthelr cus tomers. Thex are satisfied with a fair business profit. They sell goods only on tbelr own merits. They guarantee every strap in all harness they sell wer Ho, the lault of the purchaser only who does not et what he Is guaranteed and paid tor. Tbelr goods are 26 per cent, cheaper than can bo nought elsewhere. Tbey have cheaper and finer goods than can be -ought in the city. Tbey have the 1 rgest and most complete stock In Philadelphia. All Harness over $25 are "hand-made," Haineas frem 111 to 1625. Genu' Baddies from to 75. Ladies' Baddies trom f 0 to 1125. They are the oldest and largest manufacturers the country, LACEYf MEEKER & CO., 14 am NO. 1916 CHEWNITT STREET. JOHN CRUMP, OAUPKNTEU AND BUILDER. tSUOPISl MO. l LJflXUB STREET, AND HO, 17 CUEMMVT srBKtrr TPHlfADBLPfTIA. V3KiVY WF.LL8 OWNERS OK rROPEUTY X 'l he only piace to gel Privy Wells cleaned and iuiUilectedalVei y low pi ices. un TMannhctnrer of Poudretie, , OOUDBMITIi'to JiAXL,LJ.liRARX bUout, til) RAILROAD LINES. NORTH PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. 1HE MIDDLE ROU I K Hhorust and most uirecl route to Bethlehem, Allentown, Manch Chunk, 1 Ur.elion. While Haven, W llkesharre. Mahanny city, Mount ( nrniel, Piiiniun, Hcranton, and all points lu the l.ehlgh, M ahanoy, and Wyoming coal regions. Per-serker Deiiot In 1'hlladult-hla, N. W. coiner ol BERKS and A MKRICAN Streets. W1N1 H A It It ANu KMKNTS. NiNK I)AIL TRAINS, on nnd after ' ll I'UsImY, Nov. H, IR67, ratsen-ret lialns leave the New Depot, corner Berks and Ameri can MreelH, dally (Sundays excepted), ns follows: At 74 A. M, Morning Express for Bmhleiiein and I rlnclpnl Stations on Norir, Pennivlvanht Railroad, coiniectii.g ht lleihleheni with Lehlnh Valley Railroad (or A llemown. Catasanqtia Hlatingion. Maucu Chunk. Wcaiherly Jeannville, H ellou. White Haven. iik.siiarrc, l ntnon, Rcrnnton. and all t onus in l.eniith and Wvomli.ir vnuv. a i . in m,,,,,,)!,,,, w ith 11, Ith nnd Mahanoy UallroaVi, lor Mauannr liiy, aud with Ca'awiaaa Ha' I mad, tor Huperi Dan vine. Milton and Wl llai sport. Arrive at Mniv-h ( hunk at la w A. M.: at W llkeshwre at 8 P. M : at .Ha haiioy 4'ity at t p. m.j at Scrsnton at 4 iW e. M Passengers by this train can take the lliluli VUey tialn, passing Pethlehem st li-55 P. M., lor Kaston, nd points ou New Jersey Central Railroad to New York. At8 45A.M. Atcommodnllnn for Doyleton, stop ping al all Intermediate stations. PaweiiKPrs tot Willow Grove, llaiooro, nnd llarisvllle. by this train, take the Slagn at Old Vork road, Al lu'l.') A, M. Accouimodallou lor Fort Washing ton, slopplrB at Intermediate station-). Atr:iP. M.-Kxpr,ss lor Beihlehem, Allentown Manch Chunk, While Haven, Wllksbarre. Mahanoy City, Centralia. Shenandoah, Mount Carmel. PitiHtun, scranton, and all polnls In the Mahanoy and Wyo mlng t oal resions. Passengers lor Greenville lake this train lo Quaker town. At N6 P.M. Accommodation for Doyleslown. slopping at an Intermediate stations. Pa'scngers lake slase at Doylesiowu for New Hope; at North Wales lor Bnmncy rowu. At 4-16 P. M. Accommodation for Boyloslown, stop ping at all Intern edlale stations Paserifrers lor W illow Grove, Uatboro, and Hartsvllle, takestase at Abuiglon. At 6 To P. M Throuch accommodation for Bethle h' m. and all stations on main line ot North P-insvl vsnia Kailn ad, conni ctlim at Betblehein with Lehigh Valley Kvenlng train for Kaston, Alletilowu, aud Mauch ( hunk. Al 8-2H P. M. Accommodation for Lansdale, stop ping ft all Intermediate stations. At 11 80 P. M. Accommodation for Fort Wash ington. TRAINS ARRIVE IN PHILADELPHIA. From Bethlehem, at 91'. A. M., 2 05, and 8 40 P. M. 2i-5 P. M. train makes direct connection with Lehigh Valley trains from Eastun, Scranton, Whkesbarre, Malmuoy Cily, and rlazlon. PasseiiKers leaving Kas ton al II 20 A. M. arrive in Phlladeli hia at 2-05 P. M. Passengers leave Wllgesharre at 180 P M. cunnect at Bethlehem ate 15 P. M., apd arrive In Philadelphia at 8 40 P M. From Doylestown at 8'35 A. M., 510 and 700 P. M. From l ansdale at 7 i A. M. From Fort W ashington at 1110 A, M. and 803 P. M. ON SUNDAYS. Philadelphia for Bethlehem at 9-80 A. M. Philadelphia tor I-oylestown at 2-no P. M. Doylestown to Philadelphia al7'20 A. M. Bethlehem to Philadelphia at 4 10 P. M. Filth and sixth Streets Passenger cars convey pas sengers to and from the new depot. W hile cais ol Secoud aud Third Btreets line and Union line run within a short distance of the Depot. 1 lcketa must be procured at the Ticket UUice in Older lo secure the lowest rale of fare. ELLIS CLARK. Agnt. Tickets sold and Baggaee checked through to prin cipal points al Mauu's North Pennsylvania Baggage Express Olllce, Hi No. 105 S. Fl fth street. 1nr7-F0R NEW YORK-TIIT? CAMDEN I 111. and Am hoy and Philadelphiaand lrenton Pnllroad Company's Lines, from Plilladelphia to New York and Way Places, from WALNUTblreel W harf, will leave as lollowtt, viz.: - kark. At 6 A. M. via Camden and Amboy Accom. ..12-2o At 8 A. M., via Camden ana Jersey City, Express Mall...... a-on Al 2 P. M , via Camden and Amboy, Express..;.. . 8-00 At 6 P. M . via Camden and A niboy, Ac- 1 1st class, 225 commodallon and Emigrant-... - I2d class. 1-8U At A M. and 2 P.M. for Freehold. ' At8and lo A. M.,2and 8-30 P. M for Trenton. At 6, 8. and 10 A.M., 1.2, 8 80. 6, 6, and 11-80 P. M., for lit, rd mown, Burlington, Beverly, and Delauco. At 6 and 10 A.M., 1, 2. 880, 5. 6, aud H'80 P.m., for Florence. At 6 and 10 A. M.. 1, 3'80, 5. 6. and 11-30 P. M, for Edgewater, Riverside, Rlverton, and Palmyra. At 6 and 10 A. M 1, 3 0, 6, and 1180 p. AL, for Fish House. The 1 nnd 11-80 P. M. Lines leave from Market Street Ferry, upper Bide. LINKS FROM KENSINGTON DEPOT Will leave as follows: At 11 A.M. .410 P.M., and 12 P. M. (night), via Ken sington aud Jersey City, New York Express Lines. Fare, 13. At 8 10-18 and 11 A. M., 2-30, 8-80. 4 30. 5, and 12 P. M-, lor Trenton and iJr'stol. At 8 aud 1016 A. M., 2-80. 6, and 12 P. M for MorrU vllieaud Tallvio-vn. At 8 and 10-1 . jl. M.. 2'30, 4'80. 5. and 12 P. M".. for Scbenck'a. At 1015 A. in., nn ana o i. ju., ror n-aoingwn. -At 7 S0 and 10-16 A. M . 2-30. 4. 6.6. and 12 P. M.. fnr Cornwell's. loiresdale, lioluieaburg, Taoouy, WIhsI- iiomlng, Jlriuesourg, alia ranxioru, anu at 8 r. M., tor llolniestitirg and luleimeuiate stations, BELV1DERE DELAWARE RA1LKOAD ;LINES, jtrom nenBiuKWD riepot. At 8 A. H. for Nlasara Falls. BulTulo. Dunkirk. Canandaigua, Eimlra, Ithaca, Owegu, Rirouesler, ttinguaniiou, uswego, Syracuse, ureal -Houu, Mon trose, Wllkesuarre, Scranton, Btroudsburg, Water Gap, etc , etc. A18A. M. and 8-80 P. M.. for Belvldere, Easton, Larabertvllle, Flemlngton, etc. The 880 P. M. Line connects direct with the Train leaving Easton for Mauch Chunk, Allentown, Belhle bem. etc. At 6 P. M. lor Lambertville and Intermediate sta- Ltnes from West Philadelphia Depot, via Connect ing Railway, will leave as follows: It 9-80 A. M and 180 and 6 " P. M., New York Ex press Lines via Jersey City. Fare. (3 25. The. ho A. M. and 6-80 P.M. Lines will run daily. All Others, Sundays excepted. . . A19:KIA.M., 1-80 and 6-80 P. M. for Trenton. At'30A.M and 6-80P. M. for Brlatrol. November 25, 1807. WM- H. GA1ZMER, Agent. PHILADELPHIA, WILMINGTON AND BAL TIMORE RAILROAD. TIME TABLE. Commencing Monoay, Sep.eumer 80, 1867. Trains will leave Deoot, corner BhOAD btreet aud WASH INGTON Avenue, as lollows: Way MailTiainatS SU A. M. (Sundays excepted), lor Balliniore. slopping at all regular stations. Con necting with Delaware Railroad at Wllmlugton lor Cristieid and Intermediate stations. Express 'I'ralu al 12 M. (Sundays excepted), for Bal tlrooie and Washington. Express Train at 8 30 P. M. (Sundays excepted) for Baltimore and Washington, Slopping at Chester, Thut'low, Liu wood, Claytuout, Wllmingion, New port, Stanton, New ark, Elkton, Noilhenst, Churles own, Per yvllle. Havre-de-Grace, Aberdeen, Perry man's, Edgewood, Magnolia, Chase's, aud Btemmer's Night Express at 1100 P. M. (dally) for Baltimore aud WuHhtuitiou. Connet'lH at Wilnjiuslon (Saiur nays excepted) with Delaware Railroad Line, slop ping at Newcastle, Middleluwu, Clayton, Dover, Har rington, Seaiord, Salisbury, Prtuf-est Aunn, and con necting at CrlHileld with Boat lor Fortress Monroe, Norfolk, Po'tsmouth, aud the South. Passengers lor J-urn ess Monroe and Norfolk, vln Baltimore, will take the 12 1L Tralu. Via Crufiuld will lake Lhe ll-on P. M. Train. WILMIN'-TON TRAINS. Stopping at ail blalioiis belweeu Philadelphia and Wlln, melon. Leave Plilladelphia at 1-3Q. 4-80, 6 00. and l'-30 (dally) P.M. The 4-jiii P. 61. Train counecls with Delaware Kailroud lor Mlltord and luleruiediate slallous. The 8 (K) P. M. Tralu runs to New Castle. Leave Wilmiugtou at 7 aud 8 A. If., 400 and 6'3U (dallOP. M. FROM BALTIMORE TO PHILADELPHIA.. Leave Baltimore 7 -5 A. M Wuy Mall; tl M5 A. M., Express; 2-15 P. M Express; P.M., Express; 8 35 P. M-, Express. SUNDAY TRAIN FROM BALTIMORE. Leaves Baltimore at 8'6o P. M.. slopping at Ilavre-rie-Grace, perry vllle, aud W llmitigluu. Also slops al Northeast, Elk Ion, and New ark, to take passengers lor Phllsde'phla and leave passengers irotu Washing ton or Baltimore, and al Chester lo leave passengers In iu W khhli gtcu or Baltimore. Through Tickets lo all points West. South, and southwest may he procured al the Ticket Olllce, No, a'J8 t'HKSN U'l street, under the Continental Hotel, w here, also, stale-rooms and berths iu sleeplng-cuis can he secured (luring the day. Persuu. purchasing tickets at this olllce can have their baggage checked at ti elr residence by the Union Transier Company, 4 8 H. If. KENNKY. Superintendent. PHILADELPHIA AND ERIE RAILROAD. WINTER TIME TABLE, Through and direct route between Philadelphia, Baltimore, liarnsburg, W'lllluuuuporl, and tne Great Mil Region of PennsyTvanla. FLFOANT BLEEPING CARS Oil all Night Trains. On aud alter MONDAY, November 2i. 1807, the trains on the Philadelphia and Erie Railroad will run a billows;- WESTWARD. Mail Train leaves Philadelphia II 15 r. M. " " arrives at Erie Erie Express leaves Philadelphia . Utsi noon, " ' leaves Philadelphia. ,? . f f J ' ' arrives at Erie m A. M, Eimlra Mall leaves Pblldelphia.........-M """A. M, - " " (Arrives at lA.ck Haven............ 7 o P. M Mali Train leaves Erie .1 "M A. M. " " leaves Phlladolpbia.... ...-,l'-" f J " ' arrives al Philadelphia-.. 8' Krle Express leave. Erie 25 P. M- i,V . " M,rrlve. atl'hlladlphla-- HwP.M. Eimlra Mall leave. Lock liaveu 'I. ., sr'lve. at Philadelphia............ l. Mi Mall and Ex press connect with all trains on Warren aud Fraiikilnltailway. Passenger leavmt Philadel phia at 12-wi M. arrive at irvlneton al -40 A, Mu tuid Oil City al Mi A. M. . leaving Phlladoiuhlaitt 1115 P VU lurrlVS at OU City al4-3P. M. Al) trams on Warren and Franklin Railway maks elnse connection at (111 C'Hy with trains r Franklin and Peuoleuw Ceulrs, 'JJtyT'r? Ill UtAuen4Uui4HwaMii,' RAILROAD LINES. "OEAPINO RAILROAD. J- V CHEAT TRUNK LINK IROM PHTLADKLPHIA TO THE INTKRIOR OF PENNUVLVANIA, HIE FCHUVLKILL. StlH fciLFHANNA CUMBERLANI). AND WVOMINU i,AL;';K.?; TIIK xohul, kohihwkut, and TV K ('ANA I A4. WJN'IER ARRANGEMENT OF PASSENGER 1 RA INS. MONDAY. November 18. IHI17, Leaving the Company's Depot, at TH 1 R 1'EKNTII lid ( ALI llWlill l.Hlrw.il ll,lln,lul,,l,l .1 th. Inl. lowing hours: MORN IN( AOCOftfMO ATION, At 7','0 A. M.. for ltenililnr arid lnlotniillui..l.tlnn. Iteinriilng, leaves Iteadlug at 8 30 P. M., arriving I n Philadelphia al 9-10 P. M. MORNING EXPRFSS. At 815 A. M. tor Pendllor lhAtwin. TTnrrlahtirff l ousvlile, I'ini grove. T-ttuHipia, Sunhiiry, Williams fort. Eimlra. K-ichesier, Niaaara Falls, Butllo Allihlonn. W llkesliarre. Pillslon. York. Carlisle . pHiiihersburg. llsgerslown. eic. etc.; i nin iihiii connici ai KJ'.a i u rst wnn r.ssi Penn sylvania Railroad trains lor Allentown, etc.. and tho Lebanon Valley iraln r.ir llurnvl.n rir oil at PfMI VIIM'ON with Cutawis a Raiiroail trains for Wii- nsnifnurg, j.ock naven, f.lnilra, etc.: at HARRIS HI lid Willi Northetn Coniral Ciimherland Valley slid Sclmvlkill and Snanuehanna Lrslna ror Xnrih. miihcrlBiid, Wllllamsport, York, Chanibersburg r in, a' uve, irw, Liaves Pi lladelnina at 8-8 il. M. lor It on,: I no- Tniio. vllle, Ilnrrlsbtirg. etc.. connectin-r with Ueuii Lolumbla Railri,ad trains lor Columbia, etc. 1-OiltsloWN ACCXJMMODJTI JN Lenves Pottstown al t 4-i A. M.. stonolm-r at Inter. mediate stai Ions; arrives in Phiisdetphia at 91)5 A. M. Beiurnli g, leaves Philadelphia at 60 P. M : arrives in l'ottslown al 7'0,-i P. M. JtKADINU ACCOMMODATION Leaves Rendiie at 7-al A.M.. Blonnlnu at all S'alions arriving at I'hllsflcl phla at ln ln A. M. neiuriiing. icAves piiuaaeipnia al 4 00 P. Al.t arrives in lusdirg al 6m, p. M. Tialns lor I'liilaiielnhla leave IJarrls'iurii at 8 10 A. M. and Pollsvllle at H-45 A. M.: arriving In Philadel phia at I'oo 1'. M. Afternoon trains leave llarrlsiiurg al '2 lo P. M . Pollsvllle at 2-45 P. M.; arriving in Phila delphia at H'45 I'. M. HAHK1SBUHU ACCOM "ITUDATION. Leaves Reading at 7-15 A. M., and linrrishurg at 410 P.M. Con i ectiuir at Re tdlnir -villi Afer, ,,,,, a,.. IliOdatlOII SOl.lh at S l P. M.. arriving in pl.lluHal ,,i,lu It 810 P.M. e-.- Market train, with pansergrr car at tnehed, leaves Phllailnlplila al 1-2 4 noon for Pottsville aud all way -.lalioi s. Leaves Pollsvllle at 7 00 A. M. for Pnllaunl. phlaand all way stations. All (he above trains run dally, tunda-os excepted. Sunday trams leave Pollsvllle at N un A. M., and Philadelphia at 8 15 P. M. Leave PDilatleiphia for Reading al 800 A. M., returning lrotn Readiug al 4 25 P. AL Cn ESTER VALLEY RAILROAD. Passengers for Downing! wn and Intermediate pot n is take the 7'30 A. M.. aud 4 00 P. 61. trains from Philadelphia, returning from Downinglowu at 8 30 A. M.end l-tiiiP M. NEW YORK EXPRESS FOR PITTSBURG AND TDK WEST Leaves New York at 9 A. M. and S and 8 P. M.. passing Reading al l oo A. M. and PAo and lii'M P. M,, and couin Cling at llarr sburg with l'ennsy Ivauia and. Northern Central Railroad express trains for Pills burg, Chicago, Wllllatiisport, Eimlra, Baitlmure, etc. Returning, express train leaves Uarrlsburg on arri val ol the Pennsylvania ext resa from Piltshurir. at I aud 4-66 A. M. and 910 P. M passing Reading at 440 anu d m, a jaHuuii iur, ju., aua arriving in in ew York at 1010 and 11-45 A. M., and 6-miP. M. Bleep ing cars accompany these trains through between Jersey City and Pittsburg, without change. A mail iralu lor New York leaves lldrrldhiiru u.t 610 A. M. and 2-05 P. M. Mail tralu fur Uarrlsburg leaves new I ura a. ii m , BCHHYLK1LL VALLEY RAILROAD. Trains leave Pottsville at 7 and 11-80 A. M., and 7-10 P. M returniug Irom Tamaqua alt 735 A. M., aud 140 and 415 P. M. SCHUYLKILL AND BUSQU EH ANNA RAIL ROAD. Trains leave Auburn at 7-65 A. M. for Plnegrove and Uanlsburg, aud 1245 noon for Plnegrove and Tremout, returning from Uarrlsburg at 8 65 P. M aud from Tremoni at 740 A. M. and 640 P. it, TrcKKTS. Through first-class tickets and emigrant tickets to a.l the principal poluis In lhe North aud West and Ctoada. lie rslon tickets from Philadelphia to Reading ttnd Intermediate stations, good lor one day only, are sold by Morning Accommodatiou, Market train, Read'ng aud Potlstown Accommodation . trains, at red nod rales. Excursion tickets to Philadelphia, good o oly lor one day, are sold at Reading and intermedial.- Btations, by Reading and Pottatown Ac cemmot at'on trains, at reduced rates. The ft 'low ing tickets are obtainable only at the elUce of. I. BRADFORD, Treasurer. No. 227 South KOURTU Street. Philadelphia, or of U. A. N1COLLS, General bLVei lutendeut, Reading: COMMUTATION TICKETS At 25 per c int. discount, between any poluU desired, for families t od firms. MILEAGE TICKETS, Good for 20IX miles belweeu all points, f"2-50 each for lamlPes an 1 lirms. SKAHOTI TICKETS, F"r three, six, nine, or twelve luoulhs, for holders only, to all point i, at reduced rates. CLERGYMEN Residing on the line ol the road will be furnished cards entitling Iht amelvesaud wives to tickets at naif tare. ' EXCURSION TICKETS From Phlladelph.a lo principal slat Ions, good for (Saturday, Sunday, a. id Monday-, at reduced (are, to be imrt only althe Tick, t Olllce, al THIRTEEN TH and CALLOW HILL blre 'Is. jREranT. Goods of all descriptions forwarded to all the above polnls from ike CoiuLiny's Freight Depot, BKOAD and WjlLLOW Streets. M FREIGHT TRAINS Leave Philadelphia d.illy at 680 A. M., V2'4 noon nnd 6 P. M lor Reading, Lebanou, Uarrusburg, Polls vllle, Port Clinton, and at. points forward. 61a 1LS Close at the Philadelphia Post Olllce for all places on the road and Us branch is at 5 A. M., aud (or the principal stations only at2iiP. M. 48 PENNSYLVANIA C.CNTRAL RAILROAD WINTER TIME, TAKING SFFECT NOV. 24. 1887' The iruius ol the Penusyh aula Cniral Railroad eave the Depot, at 1H1RTY-HRST aud MARKET -sireetB. which is reached drectly by the Market streetcars, tbe last car count cling with each train leaving Front aud Mai ketBiree is thirty minutes be fore lis departure, TbeChesoul aud Walnut Streets cars run within one square of th s Deot, On Sundays The Margei Bin el uaw leave Front uid Market Streets thirty-five mluules before the lepartnre of each train. Sleeping Car Tickets can be h d on application at lie Ticket olllce, N. W. cor. N In th ind Cbesuut streets, ""Agents ofThe Union Transfer O mpaay will call for and deliver baggage at the DioU Oriiers left at No, 118 Market street. No. lis Market street, or No. 1 8. a ieveutb sir,et will receive ailention, b-ieSeU TKAINa LEAVE DEFWP. VIZ.;- Vlall Train - 8-00 A. M. Kast Liue and Erie Express...... ... -. 12-U0 M. faoll Acoouimodailon, No. 1... l'uu P. M. darrisburg Accommodation... 2'3il P. M, LancoBter Accommodation...- 4'00 P. M. t'arkehburg Trulu 5 00 P. M. Western Accommodation Train fa P. M, ttrle Mall....-. - .-....1115 P. M, "inclnuall Express 8 00 P. M. (hiladelphla Express .1P1R P. M, Paoll Accommodation, No. 2 9-00 P. M. Accommodation - 1180 P. M. Erie Mail leaves dally, except Saturday, Philadelphia Express leaves dally. All other trains lally, except Buuday. The Western Accommodation Train runs daily, except Sunday. For this trulu tickets musl be pro cured and baggage delivered by 6-Ou P. M., at No, 116 Markeistreei ARRIVE AT DEPOT. VIZ.:- 'Inclnuall Exprtwa... MS.I(MMMS-S 1 60 GL JM t Philadelphia Express.............. t'aoll Aceommodatiou. No. 1. Krle Mall....- -. 7-lu A. M. . 8 -20 A. M. ... 9'8i A, M. V 35 A. M. 910 A. M. ,.. 110 P. M. .. 110 P. M. 6-20 P. M, 7-10 P. M. 1'Bni Line. Parkeshiirg Train., .ancaster Tralu...., Krle Express..., Hay n-xpress .'aoll Accommodation, No. 2. Uni-rlHlinr? ACl'OmmOQBllOU 9 50 .P. M, For further lulormet -jn xppiy or lurtuer JuiUJ ( ALLEN, Ticket Agent, WO. mil CHESN UT Street. FRANCIS FUNK. Ticket Agent, No. 118 MARKET Street, BAMUEL H. WALLACE, Ticket Agent at the Depot, Tbe Pennsylvania Railroad Company will nut as iume auy risk lor Baggage, except for Wearing Ap aiel, and limit their reeiionslbllity to One Hundred liollars in value. All Baggage exceeding that amount iu value will be at the risk ol the owuer, unless taken cy .pedal ooulract. KmvARD WILLI A Mr?. 4 29 General Superintendent, A lloona, Pa. T3H1LADKLPH1A, OEUMANTOWn" AND J NORxUbTOWN RA1LKOAD.-TIME TABLE. FOR GERMANTOWN. Leave Philadelphia . 7. 8. 9 06, io, 11, 12 A. M.; 1, 2, 3'4. 83. , . 6?. 'lu' 1 9 12 M- ceaveGt-rmautown , 7 7i. , 8 20, 9 10, 11, 12 A M., 1.2.8 441i, ,.. 7,8 9, 10,11 P. M. 'I he 8'20 Down Train, and 8'4 and 6- Up Trains will not slop ou the Gt rmaulown Brauch. ON SUNDAYS. Leave Philadelphia ' A. M. 2, 7, 1"'4 P. M. Leave Ut rujamown b'4 A. M. 1. 6, t', P. M.. CH ESN UT HILL RAILROAD. I,,av Philadelphia (i, 8, lu, 12 A. 6L 2. SX, K, 7, t, 8lLett'veChesnntBII! 710, 8, 940, and 1P.0 A. M. 140, 8 40. 6-40. 8-40. 8 40, and .0 4,16. Iave Philadelphia A. M. 2 aud 7 P. M. Leave Chusnut 1J.1U 7 '10 A. 6L 12 10, 6 40, and 825 0'R CONsnOHOCKEN AND NORRISTOWN. Leave Philadelphia 6, 9, and 11 -05 A. M, 1H.S 4S, 4. 05. and P. M. Leave Norrlsiowu 6'40, 7, 7 60, 9, and 11 A. M. li,8, 41. (i,1, audB, P. M. " ON BUNDAY8. Iave Philadelphia 9 A. M..2-X0 and 715 P. M. Leave N on is low 11 7 A.M., 6-su and 9 P. AL FOR 61 A NAY UN K. Leave Philadelphia 6. 7.v. and 1105 A, M., l'i. , i'i.tt 8. 8 06, 9i, and 1 1 J, P. M. 1,, ave Manaviink S 10 7 8'20, , and 10X A, II,, 2, 3. . 6. ti,V. 9, and lu4 P. M . . .,.'. OS SUNDAYS. Leave Philadelphia 9 A. M . 2 and 71 P. M. Leave Manayimk 1H A. M and OS P- M. W, b, W ILsON, General ttiperinteudenU 1 lj Depot, MNIil null OiUkiL ttugvlsa FURNITURE, ETC. pURNITURE! FURNITURE! MODERN AND AKTI41I'El PARLOR, IIAEE AND II AW HER 9VIT9 AT REDUCED 1'RICM, Onr facilities are snch that we are enabled to offer at very moderate prices, a large and well assorted stock of every description ol HOUSEHOLD FURNI TURE AND BEDDING. Goods packed to carry safely to all parts ot th. country. RICHMOND FOREPAUUIl, 9 21 ti no. 4ft h. srromi) street. A. & H. LEJAMORE BAYS REMOVED THEIR FURNITURE AND UPHOLSTERISG WARERQ3XS TO NO. 1415 CIIEANVT STREET, Tm Next to the corner of Fifteenth. T HOUSEKEEPERS. I have a large stock of every variety of l-'UHNlTUXtl' - Which I will sell at reduoed prices, consisting ot PLAIN AND MAR BLE 'I OP COTTAGE SU11H. WALNUT CHAMBKR SUITS. PARLOR BUIltt IN VKLVliT PLUSH. PA RLOR SUITS IN HAIR CLOTH. PARLOR SUITS IN REPS, BldeboardB. Extension lable, Wardrobes, Book cases, Mattresses, Lounges, etc. etc P. P. rTINK, 8 1 dm N. K. corner SECOND and RACK Streets. ESTABLISHED 1,95. A. S. ROBINSON, French Plata Irooking-Glasses, ENGRAVINGS, PAINTINGS, DRAWINGS, ETC Blanufsictursr of ill kinds of LOOHINO-OEASrs, PORTRAIT, AND PIO TIRE FRAMES TO ORDER, No. IO CHE8NUT STREET. THIRD DOOR ABOVE THE CONTINENTAL, fhtlapklphta. 1 15 SPECIAL NOTICE. UAEANCE OF IMPORTED EBEJfCII FUR MIl'llK, SUITABLE l'OB HOLIDAY PRESENTS, Closing out at Reduced Prices, at MR. I. LUTZ'B FURNITURK STORE, II 80 Jit No. 121 South ELEVENTH Street, ENGINES. MACHINERY. ETC. PENN 8TEAM ENGINE AND BOILER WORKS. NEAF1K fc LEVY. 1 ivAi. I1CAL AND THEORETICAL ENGINEERS, m Al.il IX IB 19, JSUlljhH-l-lA&ll,n-), . XSLlAOJi.- SM11 Us, and FOUNDERS, having lor many years been in successful operation, and been exclusively engaged In building and repairing Marine aud River Engines, high and low-pressure. Iron Boilers, Water Tanks, Propellers, etc., eta, respectfully oiler their services to the public as beiug lull y prepared to con tract lor englnts ot all sizes, Marine, River, and Stationary; having sets of patterns of different slzos, are piepartd to execute orders with qulok despatch. Ev.ry atscrlpllon of pattern-making made at the shortest notice. High and Low-presiure Fine, Tubular, and cylinder Boilers, of the best Pennsyl vania charcoal Iron. Forglngs of all sizes and kinds; Iron and Brass Castings ot all descriptions; Roll Turning, Screw Cutting, and all other work connected wlih the above business. Drawings and specifications for all work done at the establishment free of charge, and work guar anteed. The subscribers have ample wharf-dock room for repairs of boais. where they can He In perfect-safety, and are provided with shears, blocks, talis, etc etc, lor raising heavy or light weights. JACOB O. NEAFIE. JOIIN P. LEVY, 6 1 BEACH and PALMER Streets. J. VAUGHN MEBBICK, WILLIAM H. MKRBICK JOW l Sfi. COPM. , SOCinWAUK FOUNDRY, FIFTH ANU WAbHINU'lON Street. I'lilLAOKl.rHIA. -i ' MERRICK A SONS, ENGINEERS AND MACHINISTS, manufacture High aud Low Pressure Steam Engines lor Laud, River, aud Marine Service. Boilers, Gasometeis, Tanks, Iron Boats, etc Castings ot all kinds, either Iron or brass. Iron Frame Roots lor Gas Works, Woi kshops, and Railroad Stalin- s, etc. Retoris and Gas Machinery, of the latest and most Improved connrucl.on. Every description of Plantation Machlnory, and Sugar, Saw, and Grist Mills, Vacuum Paus, Open Sieatn 1 rains, Delecalors, Fillers, Fuuiplug liu glues, eta sole Agents for N. Blllenx's Patent Sugar Boiling Apparatus, Nesrayth's Patent Steam Rammer, aud Asplnwail & Woolsey's Patent Centrifugal Sugar Draining Machine. tjau TIIE C08FELDT PATENT LOW WATER DETECTOR COM PAN fr, OF PENNSYLVANIA. CAPITAL, tKieO.IH 0. OFFICE, No. 132 B. TU1RD bT PHILADELPHIA. VKKSIOKNT, TKKASPBItK, WM. A, bTEPHENH. A. ME1UNO. DIBKCXOllS, WM. A. STFPHENS, ! B, J. HOLMS, AVM. C. HOUSTON. I A. MERINO. lhe Company Is now prepared lo apply Its Low water Detector to boilers. This Detector, loe original Invention of John Cosleldt, patented June 13, lsuo, is conced, d to be the most reliable one yet Invented, and has been in succetslul operation in various boners lu lids city lor some yeais. Steam boiler makers, dealers, and owners of boilers are reuuisied to call al the olllce and examine it, or so tgent will call upou them if requested by address Ing the Company. H 21 tusuiBt BRIDESBURO MACHINE WORKS. OFFICE. No, 65 N. FAUN T STREET, fiOI.APKI.PHIA, We are prepared to till orders to auy extent for our well-known MACHINERY FOR COTTON AND WOOLLEN MILLS, Including all recent improvements In Carding, Spin ning, and We&vliig. We invite tbe attention of manufacturers to our ex tensive works. A LFRED JENKS A BOS. STOVES, RANGES, ETC. NOTICE. THE UNDERSIGNED would call attention ot tbe public io his NEW GOLDEN EAGLE FURNACE. This is an entirely new healer. It Is so con mructed as lo at oucecommeud Itself to general lavor. Iielng a combination or wrougni auu oast iron, it is very simple iu lis construction, and la perfectly air tight; self-cleaning, having no pipes or drums to be takeu out and cleaned. 1 1 Is so arranged with upright dues as to produce a larger amount of heat from the (turn weight of coal limn any furnace now in use The hysrouietrlo condition of the air as produced by my new al raugenient ot evaporation will at once de monstrate tiiat It is Hie only Hot Air Furnace thai will produce a perfectly healthy atmosphere. Those In want or a complete Healing Apparatus would do well to call and examine the Golden Eagle. CHARLES WILLIAMS, Kos. 1132 uud 113 iMAItK E V Street, Philadelphia, A large assortment of Cooking Ranges, Fire-Board stoves. Low Down Giales, Veulliuiors, etc., always on hand. N. B Jobbing of all kinds promptly done. T11051P8ON'8 LONDON KITCHENER; r. . . LT,,.U1. . M b. UliU . . k'.n.ltlu. .J FTl'a tels.or Public Institutions, in I'WltJil'i ulr- W FKRENT SIZES. A iso. Piiiiaaei oiiia itanges. Hot-Air Furtiaces, Portable Heaters, LowdowuGraie.. rlreboard Buivee, Eatb Boiler., Btewhole Plates Hollers, Cooking Stoves, etc. wholesale and retail, by the niaiiuiacturers. BHARPK A THOMSON, 11 27 siuthtm No. 2n9 N. SECOND Btrwet. qrovvn's PATEriT t'OMRINED CARPET-STRETCHER AND TACU-DRIVER. With this machine, a lady can alone stretch and tack down at tbe same time her carpets as easily w io sweep them, saving back -aches, bruised flruers, temper, time, aud mouey. It will stretch all kinds ol carpets without the least damage, betteo quicker, and easier than any other Stretcher rp.de, aud drive rroml tolo-os. tacks wllh or wllho leather heads la simple, easily worked, and "U lost a lifetime Agents wanted. Liberal ters given. It Is a nloe machine for ladles to Bell, or Machines or Agencies call on or address WILLIAM P. SCIIElnLK NO. 48 8,TUIRDStT Philadelphia. rtfr AUCTION SALES. M oOLRLLAND C 0. f nccesnors to Phllln Ford AOo. V AUCTIONEERS, No. 606 MARKET BireeL BALK OF 1700 CASES BOOTS. SHOES, BROQANS F1U FTO On Monday Morning, December 9, commencing av lo o'clock, we will sell, by rat.l sue, for rash. 1ii crses men's, boys', sad youib's boots, ".Ikm-s. brog.ns, halmorals, eio ; also, woniei.'s, n ispfb', and children's wear, from city and E.slern maniifscturers. flitst IOIIN B. B1YER8 A CO., AUUTIONKIRa tl Nos. la and 284 MARK ET Street. , LARGE POfclTIVE BA LE OF CARPETINQS, KPO. On Friday morning, Dertmber 8, at II o'clock, on lour months' crerllt, ai out too pieces Ingrain, Venetian, list, hemp, coiutge, and rag carpelluga. i 11 29 ttt LARGE PERFM PTORY 8 A I K OF FRENCH AND CIDER EUKOPJ-AN DRY GOODS, ETU Ou Monday morning, December 0, at lo o'clock, on four month. credit, 9h, lot. of French, India, German, and British Dry Goods. 1x3 61 LARGE PEREMPTORY BALE OF BOOTS. SHOES, B ROMANS. EIC. On Tuesday morning, Dec. in, at 10 o'clock, on lour months' credit, 1M packages boots, shoes, baimorals, etc f 12 4 61 JM. GCHMEY A 60N8, AUCTIONEERS,' No. 608 WALNUT Street. nold Regnlar Bales of real estate, stocks, and bkcukities at the philadelphia exchange. Handbills ol each property Issued .etwralely. ' lin o catalogue, pubilalied and circulated, ooolAlnlng full descriptions Ol property lo be sold, as also a par tial Hal of property contained In our Real Estate Rs g liter, and ottered at private sale. Bale, advertised daily In ail the dally newspapen-b. M. THOMAS A SONS, N03. B. FOURTH Stieel. 139 AND Ul SALE OF ELFG AN P HOLIDAY BOOK, " On Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday atierooons, Deo. 3, 4. 8. and 8. at 4 o'clock, very elegant F.ng1I.Ta nd American books, superbly Illustrated works beat edllloi s ol Poets; Folio Hogarth; Dore's Bible Dante. Mllion end Don Uulxole: Light, and Shadows: New York Picture Galleries: Aluspratis Chemistry: Knight's and Htaunlon's Shakespeare; Dickens' Woiks. In cloth and half call; Bulwer's Works; Dia raell's W'oiks: Holm's Libraries; Bell A Daldy's At dine British Poets, 68 vols.; Imperial Dictionary, hkl A leo, eleganll Illustrated Juveniles. (.12 2 41 ASSIGNEES' BALE OP ASSETS. On Monday, December 9, at 12 o'clock, noon, will be sold, at tho auction rooms, by order of the surviving assignees and trustees of Reed Brothers A Co , in pursuance of lhe authority of the Court of Gomrnoa Pleas ot Phila delphia, lhe remaining assets of the said firm. Also. 174 67-100 acres of land In Woodbury county, Iowa, and CH acres In Smith county. Texas. Full particulars In catalogues now ready. 1HM LIPPINCOTT, SON & CO., AUCTION E F.RS No. 2411 MARKET Slreet. Philadelphia. (Premi ses formerly occupied by Messrs. Pancoast A Waf nock, Auctioneers.) LA ROE POSITIVE CLOSINO BALE OF RICTT FANCY GOODS, Paris Clocks, Paris Fans, China and Bltque Goods, eic, lhe balance of the Importa tion of MessrB. B. Dramant A Co., on four months', credit. , On Monday Morning, Dec 8, commencing at 10 o'clock. fit 5 Jtj THOMAS BIRCH A SOX, AUCTIONEERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS. No, lilt LHEbN UT Street, rear entrance No. 1107 bansoin St, PALE AT NO. 1110CHESNUT STREET. SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE: LAB3H FRENCH PLATE MIRRORS; VELVET ANtt Ol HER CARPETS; CHINA; LACE CURTAIN CHINESE GOODS: PAINTINGS; FANCY G0UD3, ETC. ETC. . On Friday Morning, At 9 o'clock, at the auction store. No, 1110 Cbesnnt street, will be sold, a large assortment of superior furniture. Incluulng several elegaut velvet and other carpets; parlor suites. In blue, green, and maroon plush; library and drawing-room suites, in ress: wal nut and collage chamber suites: sideboards; ward robes; book cases; secretaries; spring and hair mat. tresses: exienslon dining tables; bureaus; waabslands; elegant china dinner service ot 2i0 pieces; plateei ware; kitchen furniture: parlor organ: meloiieon, etc. LA KG E FRENCH PLATE HLASSKS. One French Plate Maniel Glass, 76 by 58 Inches. One ." ", Her " 96 by 44 " One ' w 98 by 88 . One " " " 112 by 24 " . ,. Four " " p., b, M LACE CURTAINS, COflNIOES. PIANO AND TABLE I OVERS. ETf Also, a large invoice ot Embroidered Laos and Not tingham Lace Curtains, Cornices. Loops, Centres. Piano and Table Covers, etc. CHINESE AND FANCY OOODS. Also, several valuable and curious bronze and carved Chinese goods. Invoice of China fancy goods, etc eic PAINTINGS, DRAWING-'. ' AIpo a small invoice of oil paintings,' sketches', drawings, and photographs, the property of tne lata Band ford M aaon. Artist 12 4 21 LUMBER. 1867rSEPcLANlulTfi riKB waju 4-4, 6-t. -4, 2. 2X, 8, and 4 Inoh '- CHOICE PANEL AND 1st COMMON, 1 feet loir. 4-4. 6-4, 8-4. 2, 2t. 8, and 4 Inch" WHITE PINE, PANEL PATTERN PLANKi : i LARGE AND SUPERIOR SPOCK ON HAND, 1 JsfA7 B UILDIMGI BU ILDTfiTai JLOQf. BUILDING I 1 LUMBER I LUMBER! LUMBKBI ' - 4-4 CAROLINA FLOORING. ,1 rr 6-4 CAROLINA FLOORINet. i , i , ; 4-4 DELAWARE FLOORING. , f-4 DELAWARE FLOORING! . ' WHITE PINE FLOORING. " 1 " ASH FLOORING. '' ' t " - WALNUT FLOORING, ' BPRUCK FLOORING. , BTEP BOARDS, ... ... . KAIL PLANK. ' PLASTERING LATH. 1867, -W A L N TJ x B 0 AK08, WALNUT PLANK. Walnut boa KDeL Walnut plankT LARGE BlOCK-BEAeGNED. - - i -4 n I.HMRER FOK UNDeuTA KEXta". LOJ I . LUMBER FOR UNDERTAKERS I RED CEDAR, WALN UT. AND PINhT lbb7 ALBANY LUMBER OF ALL KINDS . ALBANY LUMBER OF ALL JtLNDti. - Lit', iv LU 117 . r ai rin . DRY POPLAR. CHERRY, AND ASH, : OAK PLANK AND BOARDS, . M A IIOGANY, ROSEWOOD, AND WALNUT VENEERS. , 1 UW7 CIGAR-BOX MANUFACTURERS. lOU I . CIGAR-BOX MANUFACTURElUs, . . SPANISH CEDAR BOX BOARDS. 1 ftKT SPRUCE JOIST! SPRUCE J0ISJC' LOO I t SPRUCE JOIST I FROM 14 TO 82 FEET LONG. BUPERIOR NORWAY SCANTLINQ. -MAULE, BROTHER & CO., 61 rpl No. 2500 SOUTH HTBKkT, ' ya S. BUILDERS' MILL. nos. t4, aa, and as a. fifteenth st ESLEB & BRO., Proprietors. Always on hand, made of the Best Seasoned Lambed al low prices, WOOD MOULDINGS. BRACKETS, BALUSTERS. AND NEWELS. Newels, Balusters, Bracket and Wood Mooidtngs, W OOD MOULDINGS. BRACKETS, BALUSTERS AND NEWELS. Walnut and Ash Hand Balling, I, (X, and 4 inches. BUTTER NUT. C H E S N U T, and WALNUT MOULDINGS to order. 1'2 JaC. PERKINS, LUMBER MERCHANT, Successor W R.'Clark, Jr NO. 824 CHRISTIAN STREET. Constantly on band a larg and varied twortmena t Of Building Lumber. H . HARDWARE, CUTLERY, ETC. gTAKDWilDQE, BARR & C(X, 1MP0BTKKI) OF AKD DBALKB8 W , - TVRiM AKD AMERICAN mDVJARE, NO. IS81 MARKET TB.t Offerlorslealarg..0' Hardware ""wriH0""0 TOOKTHKB WriH i r.nn jr f) CI H NAILS AT - V - --T C U TLE B Y. , t ?TfKV?;Wc"ER I T.-'iiu SIHOPS. I.ADIF-S' MCl-t, 4--JtatXy.t boxui. . PAPER AND TAILORi SHEARS.. ETC., ..... y HKLMOLD'H Cutlery BtorS, No. 188 South TENTH street, -Ay