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THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH PHIL ADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 11,. 1807.
FINANCIAL. ' BANKING TJOUSR OI' H2 and 114 So. THIRD ST. PniLAP a. Dealers in all Government Securities; OLD 6-aO WANTED BCrMNSE FOR IEWI A IJfiEBIL PIFFEBENCE ALLOTTED. Compound Interest Hoteu Wanted. IXTEBEST ALLOTTED OH DEPOSIT. Collection mad, Block bongbt and void oa OommlBston, BpcolAl bnalneM iuooinmodatloairMrTtd fat '&itm. fiUtm "WE II AVE FOR SALE THB FIRST MORTGAGE BONDS OP THB Central raclflc Railroad Company, AT (95) NINETY-FIVE, And Accrued Imtre.t la Currency. Tbee Bonds are payable by law, principal and Inte rest, In gold. Interest payable 1st of January and 1st of July. We will take Governments In exchange, allowing the full market price. We recommend tbem to Investors as a first-class Becorlty, and will give at all times the latest pam phlet and general Information npon application to as Having a full supply ot these BONDS on hand, we are prepared to DELIVER THEM AT ONCE. DE HAVEN & BRO" Bankers and Dealer In Government, 12 5 lm SO. 40 MOUTH THIRD WT. U. S. SECURITIES A SPECIALTY. SMITH, RANDOLPH & CO., BANKERS AND BROKERS, HO. 16 S. Till BD ST., I NO. S NASSAU ST. TBTLADXLPHIA. HEW YOBK, Order for Stocks and Gold executed in Phila delphia and New York. 1 U FIRE AND BURGLAR PROOF SAFES $94,500 JsAVED FROM BIRGLARS , BT ONE OF MARVIN'S SAFES. See New Hirk Papers oVlth September '.' Tie Burglars were at work during: last Saturday Night, and till 3 P. M. Sunday, and failed to secure a dollar." MARVIN'S PATENT FIRE AND BURGLAR SAFES, ALUM AND LEY PLASTEE. Are Always Dry. Never Corrode the Iron. (Never lose their Tire-Proof Qualities. MARVIN & CO., 721 ! CHESTNUT St.MasonicHall AND NO. S65 BBOADWAT, N. Y. Bend tor Illustrated Catalogue. 18 mws3m C. L. MAISER. Vr ,S a A V Ulnu mmt . - . SAFES. - . . . m . . - . W . V n U A LOC HSMIT1I, BELL-UANCIEB, ANB DEALKU1N BCILDIN UABDWABB, ( , NO. 4 BACK atTBKET. a T APinw ASSORTMENT OP FIRE ';u knrf Piirsi.,.rrnnrn FEB on hand, with Inside oors. Dwelling-house Safe, free from dampness. frlces low. C. UAHNKSrOKDKK, LEGAL NOTICES. TN THE DISTRICT COURT FOR THE UTY 1 AND COUNTY OF PHILADELPHIA. MICHAEL SHAF-FER vs. Levari Facias. . June Term. l .o. 7oB me Auuuor appointed, ay m V""'; " r",Vrjj7 the fund arising from the sale under bv.eJr,t rrom me louowing ueecnueu "-", - that certain lot or piece of ground eltnata on the wuth side of Coates street, at the distance of flffy-nv" feet len Inches and three-quarters of an Inch least- vara rrom tne east siue ui x un." - ;,,,'-,-, late District ot Spring Garden, now the our teen th W ard of the Ciey of Philadelphia; containing In front or breadth on said Coates street eighteen ex tending southward between lines at right angle with said Coates street. In length or depth on the east line. ing southward Into Penn street, thence along the eaatwaraiy siae or saia aiiey ",,''Z teen leet; bounded northward by said t)oatess'reet, eastward by around now or late of William llarman. fiarliy uy a certain iwo reel six lucueo wmo ng nortjuward Into the said Coates street, partly by bueteb'a Thirteenth street Iota, and partly by sa d three-leet wide alley leading southward into said penn street. will meet ine parties lnierestea ror ine purposes ui .t ..i..irTtA,)t Ml Um (tiller ! H V I V'l H Htr Aet. In the city of Philadelphia, TU&uaY, the 17th day all persons Interested are required to make their . . hu fv.... .1 or 1 n nm.n B.nl fii ml X'kT...V,y 1MIU IlllllJli-l 1,1,111... li 0 ill. IN THE ORPHANS' COURT FOR THE CITY AND COUNTY OF PHILADELPHIA. . jfT T, f.lTU U V (.I'll A X I Ml.. dM'i.UMl. The Auditor appointed by the court to "'.set tle and adlust the second arceuut of THOMAS ,u,f??Dv;.,Ii..iiMi.tii of perry o Daniel. dJeaed and to report ditrl0utloi. of the balauce m the hands of line acctiuuiau., , Uteres d. lor Vhe purpose of hi. appolulmeul. on TUUiibbAY, Ieoember l,18o7.at 12 o'clock M., at S 141 Itiml Stret, in the city K", " 12 1 fmwM Auditor, SHIPPING K fcTKAM TO LIVERPOOL. CALLING Jmm AT UUEKN8TOWN. - " ' . i'iiic.Dniiiu aUdOLL tt aaau 1 , van lua tbe United Stale Malls. K IMA (Saturday, December 14 CITY OF BOSTON Halurday, I)oninber 81 CITY OF BAI,TIMORE..........Biurday, December 21 CITY OF LONDON Saturday, January CITY OF WASHINGTON Saturday, January 11 and each succeeding Stnmlny and Wednesday, at noon, from pier No. 45 NUK Til Klver. Rates of passage by the Mall Steamer sailing KVKKY SATURDAY: Payable In Gold. I Payable In Currency; First Cabin.... .tloo steerage 8M " lo London. KWH ' to lonrlou ....... S5 to Paris...... llfif " to Paris...... 45 Passage by the Wednesday ilfimfr.:-Flint Cabin, fllo; Meernie tin. Payable In United States ouirency, FessenRera also forwarded to Havre, Hamburg, Bre men, etc., ai uh derate rates Steerage pannage from Liverpool or tiueensiown, 40, currency. Tickets can be bought here by persons sending for their friends. For lurlher Inlormallon apply at the Company's ofllces. JOHNO DALE Agent, . I . . . . n .. t I., a .lH LjI'MI Mf T7" IP JT T V I 12 NO. 411 CHESNUT Hlreel, Phila, -ff9fN Passage to and from - GREAT BRITAIN AND IRKT.Aflil A4X bTKAMHHrP ANDBAlLINtJPACiUtr: AT KF.OVCKD RATJiK, " DRAFTS A VA I LA BLKTH ROUO H OUT KNGLADTD IHKLAND.WOTLAND, AND WALEfcL For particulars apply to rTA PHOOTT8, BROTHKRfl A CO, To. M BOtTTH Htreet, and No. 28 BHOADWAT, . 1 Or to THOH. T. SKARLJCNo. 217 WALNUT NORTH AMERICAN STEAMSHIP a COMPANY. Vhrsugh Lin to California, Yla Foasms or Nlcara;aa. Ba ling frr-m New York December sth and ISth; January filh, 15th, and 2fth, and February lm and 2Mb, with New htcauiBhipB ot the First-clans, Pansage Lower than by any other Line.' For anther information addrs the undersigned, at Ko. 177 WEbT Btreel. New York. i). N. C'ARHINUTON, Agent. Or TUOMAH R. KKARLK, HO. 217 WALNUT Btreet, 12 8 8m Philadelphia, Pa. PfT, TI1K IJIIIIA1KI,IMIIA AND jUJ. SOUTHERN M A I I, h I H.A MMI 11 P COM. ANi'.S RKUULAU BFM 1-MONTH I.Y LINE. FOB KKW OH1.EANN. Lit., Vl.i HAVANA. J UJN1 ATA, 1715 tonH, Captain P. F. lloxie. BTAItOF 'i'HK UN ION. Mb tons. Capt. T. N.Cooksey. The JUNIATA will leave for New Orleans on (Saturday, December 21, at 8 o'clock A. M from Pier 18. (South Wharves. The BTAft OF TIIE UNION will leave New Or leans for thin port on Katurday, December 21, Through hills ol lading signed for freight to Mobile, Galveston, Natchez, Vlcknburg, Memphis. Nashville, Cairo, Bt. Louis, Louisville, ana Cincinnati. Agents at New Orlenns, Creevy Nickerson, A Co. WILLIAM L. JAM EH. General Agent, - . CHARLES K. HI LKEH, Freight Agent, 11 22 ' No. 814 B. Delaware avenue. Tllfr: P1IIE.ADKI.P1IIA AND (SOUTHERN MAIL (STEAMSHIP COM- Ai.ira RF.tlUI AR KEMI-MONTHLY LINE. '4H Vlt..lllNUV4Iir. M. !. The iteaiuBbip PION EEK, 812 tons. Captain J. Ben nett, will leave for the above port on Thursday, December 19, at 6 o'clock P. M., Irom Pier 18 bouth Wharves. Bills of lading signed at through and reduced rates to all principal points in North Carolina. Agents at Wilmington. Worth & Daniel. WILLIAM L. JAMES. General Agent, CHAltLEH E. DILKEtS, Freight Agent. 11 1'. No. 1114 H. Delaware avenue. T1IK PII1LADKLP1IU AND TT, SOUTHERN MAIL fc i'K AMoHIP COii JufcPANY'a REGULAR UiNK . i'OHAAVAsNAII, UA, TONA WANDA, 8eo lous, Captain Win. Jennings. W YOM1NO, 850 tnnn. Captain Jacob Teal. 'Ihe steamship WYOM1NO will leave for the above port ou (Saturday, December 14, at 8 o'clock A. W.,lrom Pier 18 Houth Wharves. Through pattsage tickets sold, and freight taken for all poluis In connection with the Georgia Central Rail road. WILLIAM L, JAMES, General Agent, CHARLES K HILKES, Freight Agent, No. 814 (S. DE LA WAKE Avenue, Agents at Savannah, Hunter & Gammell. 11 22 4-IIIt,ADKL,IHlA, BICIIMOND TlffAND NORFOLK BTEAMSlilP LINE. 2siaMfcTHKOUUH AIR LINK TO THE BOUTH AND V ErtTl THROUGH RF:CEIPTB TO NKWBKKN. Also all points In North and South Carolina, Tl Seaboard and Roanoke Railroad, and to Lynchburg Va.i Tennessee and the West, via Norfolk, Peters burg, South-bide itallroad, and Richmond and Dan ville Railroad. The regularity, safety and cheapness of this route commend it to the public as the most desirable medium lor carrying every description of freight. No charge lor commission, drayage, or any expense Of transfer. Steamships Insure at lowest rates, and leave regu larly from first wharf above Market street. Freight received dally. WILLIAM P. CLYDE A CO.. No. 14 North and South WHARVES. W. P. PORTER, Agent at Richmond and City Point. T. P. CROW ELL A CO., Agents atNorfolk. I mm OfPOMlTION TO MONO it3&rt-POLY. DAILY LINE FOR BALT1 mL?t-tifJj& MORIS, via Chesapeake and Dei Wart Canal. Philadelphia and Baltimore Union Steamboat Com pany, daily at 8 o'clock P, M. xue (steamers or mis line are now nivin reo-uiariv Detweed tills port and Baltimore, leaving the Pier No. 2 N. Delaware avenue, above Market street dally .at 2 o clock r. J (nunaays excepuHi. Carrying all description oi reignt as mw as any Other line. EreiEbt Handled witn great care, delivered promptly, and forwarded to all point beyond the terminus iree in ouuiuiiasiou. Particular attention paid to tne transportation ol all description of Merchandise, Horses, Carriages etc etc. 1 or furtner lnrormation appiy to juiijN ii. Kuurr, Agent, 6 18 No. 18 N. DELAWARE Avenae, m v. w ks p uitss w.sw n v. fPf Alexandria, Georgetown, and Washington la k i Tl. 1 ! Vitt. i !htMAIi.ulra bti.1 llulaur.ra I ur.al wTiL couuectlon at Alexandria Irom the most Airvri route for Lynchburg. Bristol. Jf noivllle. Naahvllla Dal ton, and the Southwest. Steamers leave regularly from the first wharf abort Market street. .Freight received aauy, WM. P. CLYDE A CO., No, 14 North and South Wharves, J. B. DA VIDHON, Agent at Georgetown. M. ELD RI DUE A Co.. AaenU at Alexandria. Vk glnla. tl fWf& lOH NKW TURK, VIA DELA a liaa htitii ware ana naritan jaoai. h.i preSa Steamboat Company Steam Propellers leave Dally rrom nrst wuun ueiow juaraei street, Through In twenty-four hours. Goods forwarded to all points, North, East, and West, free of eommiaslon. irrelgut received at ine lowest rates. WM. r CLYDE A CO., Agents, No. 14 bouth Wharves. JAMES HAND, Agent, No. 104 Wall street, New York. ltl FOB NKW YOBKV-SWI1T- jtK. KURli: TranHiMirtatlon Coinnanv D- KU1 jmxitr spatch and Bwli'isure Lines, via Dela ware ana Rarltau Canal, on ana alter the I6tn ol March, leaving dally at 12 M. and b P. M couneotlni With all Northern and Eastern line. For freight, which will be taken on accommodating term, apply to .t.. 11 No. 1MB. DKLAWARK Avenue. TO SHIP CAPTAINS AND OWNERS. The nuderslKiied havlua leased the KEN- busolUA SCREW DOCK, begs to inlorm his Irieads and the patrons or the Dock mat ne is prepared with Increased facilities to accommodate those having vessels to be raised or repaired, and being a practical thlp-carpeuier and caulker, will aive personal atten tion to the vessels entrusted to him for repairs. Captains or Agents, Bhip-Carpeiitera and Machinists having vessels to lepalr, are solicited to call. Having the agency fur the sale of "Welterstedts' Patent Metallic Composition" for Copper paint, for the p reservation of vessels' bottoms, for this city, I am urenared to furnish the sums on reasonable terms. Keiislnkton Screw Dock, 11 DELAWARE Avenue, above Laurel street. STOVES, RANGES, ETC. , KOTICE. THE UNDERBIUNED would call atteniiuu oi tne pudiic to ms NEW GOLDEN EAULK FURNACE. This Is an entirely new heater. Itlsso'con Btructed as to at once commend Itself to general favor, being a combination or wrotiKOt ana cast iron, it is very simple in it. construction, aud is perfectly air tight; self-cleanlug, having no pipe, ordrnmstobe taken out and cleaned. 1 1 is so arranged with upright flue as lo produce a larger amount of heat from th same weight or coal than any furnace now In use. The hygrometrlo condition or the air as produced by my new airaugemeutof evaporation will at once de monstrate that it is the only Hot Air Furuace that will produce a perfectly healthy atmosphere. Those in want or a complete Healing Apparatus would do well to call and examine the Golden EagUa, CHARLES WILLIAMS, Sot, 1182 and 118 4MARK ET Street, Philadelphia. A large assortment of Cooking Ranges, Hre-iioard Stoves, Low Down Grates, Ventilators, etc, alway on hand. N. B, Jobbing ol all kinds promptly done. 810 "hardware, cutlery, etc. C U T L B R Y, A final IMnptmanl nriinnirilra-(l 1 TABLE CUTLERY, RAZOR,-, RAZOR (STROPS, LADIFji' BCIrC tr.OKd. PAPER AND TAILUKi SHEARS, KTO.. L, V, HELMOLDS Cutlery Btore, No. 188 Bonth TENTH street, Three door above Walnut, RAILROAD LINES. S A D I N J RAILROAD. nPlT at rrnriMiy v rvn Vi.'MVL,i.I'.A,,KI'P11' TO THK INTFRIOR OF JiX-llV A N I A , THE COIIUVLK I LL. MUS a i , dV.NA-t'OMBERLAND, AND WVOMINif THK CANA?A9t illTU NORTH WI'MT, AND WiNTEK ARBANGRMKNT- OF PABSENOER T 1 RAINS. MONDAY. November 18. I7, if.V??ih" Company's Depot, at THIRI EKNTII f,1.A.L','OWHlAA' Streets, Philadelphia, at the fol lowing hours: ..... MORNINO AOCOMMOATIOV, At 780 A. M., for Reading and Inter mnllate stations. ""turning, leaves Reading at 6 80 P. M., arilvlDgln Philadelphia at in p. M. ... . .MORNING EXPRKRB. At I'll A, M, for Reading, Leiianon, Harrlnburg Fottavllle, Plnegrove. Tikmniitin, Hnnbtiry, Wllllsms port, Elmlra. jtochester, Niagara Falls, Buiralo A I len uw n, Wllkesharre, Pituton, York. Carlisle Chambersburg, H.geretown. etc. etc.? 1 his train connects at RKADINO with Eaat Penn sylvania Railroad trains for Allentown, etc, and the Lebanon Valley train for Harrlnburg. etc.; at POK1 CLINTON with Catawis-a Railroad trains for Wll Ilsnieburg, Lock Haven, Elmlra, etn.; at HARRIS BL'RO with Northern Oeniral Cumberland Valley and Schuylkill and (Susquehanna trains for North nmberland, WUUamsport, York, Chambersburg Plnegrove, etc. AFTERNOON EXPRKH? Leaves Philadelphia at 8-30 p. M., for Reading, Potts Ville, Harrlnburg. etc., connecting with Reading and Columbia Rallnmd trains lor Columbia, etc. POlTBTOWN ACCOMMODATION Leaves Pottstown at 6 A. M., skipping at Inter mediate stations; arrives in Philadelphia at K'OS A. M. Returning, leaves Philadelphia at 600 P. arrive, in Pottstown at 7,os P. M. READING ACCOMMODATION " Leave Reading at 7'iw A.M., stopping at all way stations, arriving at Philadelphia at lo-lft A. M. Returning, leaves Philadelphia at 4 00 P. M.; arrive in Reading- at 6 45 P. M. Trains for Philadelphia leav Harrlsburg at 8i0 A. M. aodPottsvlileatsss A. M. arriving in Philadel phia at 1001'. M. Afternoon trains leave IlarrNunra 5t? LUiP,.M..,.FSltC?ule -4S p- rrlvlug in Phlla delphla at 8'4S P. M. HARRIhBURG ACCOMMODATION. Leaves Reading at 715 a. M., and Harrlshurg at 4'10 P.M. Connecting at Reading with Afternoon Acco modation south at 6'80 P. M., arriving in Philadelphia at vio p. M, Market train, with passenger car attached, leavos Philadelphia at 1C 4j boon for Pottovllle and all way el atlons. Leaves Pottsvllle at 700 A. M. for Philadel phia and all way stations. All the above trains run dally, Ennday excepted. Sunday trains leave Pottsvllle at R'OO A. M,, and Philadelphia at 8 15 P. M. Leave Philadelphia ror Reading at 800 A. M., returning from Heading at 4 '25 Cn ESTER VALLEY RAILROAD. Passengers for Downliigtown and intermediate points take the 780 A. M.. and 4 00 P.M. trains from Philadelphia, returning from Downingtown at ('80 A. M.and l fioP M. NEW YORK EXPRESS FOR PITTSBURG AND THK VElST Leaves New York at 9 A. M. and 6 and 8 P. M, passing Reading at 1-00 A. M. and 1'50 and 10'08 P. M., and count cling at Harr.sburg wkh Pennsylvania and Northern Central Railroad express trains for Pitts burg, Chicago, WUUamsport, Elmlra, Baltimore, etc. Reluming, express train leaves Harrlsburg on arrt -val ol the Pennsylvania ex frees from Pittsburg, at 8 and 4 '55 A. M. and l 10 P. M., passing Reading at 4'49 and 8 86 A M., and 1115 P. M.. and arriving In New York at 10-10 and 11-iB A. M., and 6-00 P. M. Bleep ing cars accompany these trains tlirougU between Jersey City and Pittsburg, without change. A rnatl train for New York leaves Uarrlsbnrg at 8-10 A. M. and 2-05 P. M. Mail train for Harrlsburg leaves New York at 12 M. SCHUYLKILL VALLEY RAILROAD. Trains leave Pottsvllle at 7 and 1180 A, M., and 710 P. M., returning from Tamaqua at 7 '35 A. M- and 1'40 and 4-16 P.M. SCHUYLKILL AND SUSQUEHANNA RAIL ROAD. Trains leave Auburn at 7-55 A. M. for Plnegrove and Harrlsburg, and 1245 noon for Plnegrove and Tremont, returning from Harrlsburg at lT'55 P. M... and from Tremont at 7-40 A. M. and 6'40 P. M. TICK ETS. Through first-class tickets and emigrant tickets to a.l the principal point In the North and West and Canada. Excursion tickets from Philadelphia to Reading and intermediate stations, good lor one day only, are sold by Morning Accommodation, Market train, Reading and Pottstown Accommodation trains, at reductd rates. Excursion tickets to Philadelphia, good only for one day, are sold at Reading and Inter na edlaUi stations, by Reading and Pottstown Ao commot atlon trains, at reduced rates. . The fcMowing tickets are obtainable only at the cilice of.1. BRADFORD, Treasurer. No. 227 south FOURTH Street. Philadelphia, or ofQ. A. N1COLL3. General Stverlnteudent, Reading: COMMUTATION TICKETS At 25 per c int. discount, between auy point desired, for families ad firms. MILEAGE TICKETS, Good for aont miles belweon all points, 52-50 each for lamilles an I Arms. SEASON TICKETS, For three, six, ulne. or twelve months, for holders only, to all point i, at reduced rates. CLERGYMEN Residing on the line ot the road will be furnished cards entitling the tuselvesaud wives to tickets at iiali fare, EXCURSION TICKETS From Philadelphia to principal stations, good for Saturday, Sunday, a. id Monday, at reduced fare, to be bad only at the Tlcktt Olliee, at THIRTEEN '111 and CALLOW HILL Slre.'ts. Goods or all descrlptns forwarded to all the above points from the Company'. Freight Depot, BROAD and WILLOW Streets. . . FRKIG1IT TRAINS Leave Philadelphia d.illy at 6-ao A. M., 12-45 ridod and 8 P. M., lor Reading, Lebanon, Harrlsburg, Polts vUl, Port Clinton, and aL point forward. mails Close at the Philadelphia Post Office for all places On the road and lis branch is at 6 A. and for the principal station, only at 2itP, M. 4J TDEKKSYLYAKIA C.CNTRAL RAILROAD WINTER TIME, TAKING IFFECT NOV. 24, 1887' The trains ol the Pen us vl an la Central Railroad leave the Depot, at THIRTY- t-TRJST and MARKET Streets, which Is reached d.rectly by the Market Street cars, the last car connt ctlng with each train leaving F'ront and Market stres thirty minutes be fore Its departure, The Cheenul and Walnut Street cars ran within one square of th e Depot, On Sundays The Market Stn et oars leave Front and Market Street thirty-five ruinate before th departure of each train. Sleeping Car Ticket can be h d on application at the Ticket oiiioe, N. W. our. Ninth and Chesnut street, Agent of'theUnion Transfer O mpaay will call fog and deliver baggage at the Depot. Order, left at No, 116 Market street. No. 118 Market street, or No, 1 S, Eleventh street, will receive attention. iUeV TBA1NB LEAVE DEP. IT, VIZ.1- Mall Train... .. 800 A. M, Viu.t T.lna and Erie Express .U'W H. "--'-'- a i x u ii rv id ii n Paoll Aooommodatlon, No. 1 . 100 P, M. Harrlsburg Accommodation....., mmuu,.,-. '80 P. M. LaucaHter Aocommodatlon ,, ....m, 4'00 P, M. Parkesbnrg Train.M.M....M . . mmm.m.m 800 P. M. Western Accoiumodalion Train. , t'45 P. M. Erie Uitll.H MMH..MH..H..M.H,MHtm MMMMhH'IB P. M. C iuciliuatl Exprme ,nMnM.M. 8'00 P. M. Philadelphia Ex press............... ........11-18 P. M, Paoll Accommodation, No. 1 8-00 P. M. Accommodation .1180 P. M. Erie Mall leaves dally, except Saturday, Philadelphia Express leave dally. All other train dally, exceptSuuday. The Western Accommodation Train ran dally, except Sunday. For this train tickets must be pro cured and baggage delivered by t oo P, M., at No, 118 M"kfTRiTN8 ARRTVB AT DEPOT. VIZ.-- Cincinnati EJ Jreas . -' 1'f8-- Jf Philadelphia Eiprees.-...-.....-....... 7-lu A. M. Paoll Accommodation, Ns. l...... S A) A. M, Erie M al !... 8 A, M. Fast Line-,.-. - Parkesburg 'I ralu........- H . W UU k. All. 8-10 A, M. lAucueler Train....... , 1-iu r. M. Erie Express., . 1-10 P. M. I,.. 1. v , . PUUd . tj-'A) P. M. T-10 P. M. paoll Accommodation, No. 2.M.n. ., vf.rrl.liurR Aoconimodatlou... Harrlsburg Acconimouaiiou... . 60.P. M. ForlnrUierlntormet'-0PPlyto ,UI' JOHN ALLEN, Ticket Agent, NO. vol l:HESN UT Street. ' FRANCIS FUNK. Ticket Agent, No. 116 MARKET Street, , SAMUEL H. WALLACE, Ticket Agent at the Depot. The Pennsylvania Railroad Compauy will not as sume auy risk for Baggage, except lor Wearing Ap parel, and limit their responsibility to One Hundred Dollars in value. All Bangage exceeding tbat amount In value will be at the risk oi the owner, aniens take by .pedal conuact. jr,DWARD H. WILLIAMS, 4 28 ' General Superintendent, Altoona, Pa. PHILADELPHIA, OERMANTOWN, AND NORR1STOWN RAILROAD. TIME TABLE. FOR GERMANTOWN. Leave Philadelphia 0,7, 8. -o5, 10, 11, II A. M.; I, 2, .8X,4,8,6.'10.7,8,8.10,ll,12P. M. , . . (ju.,.,u,.u,un (i 7 H-hi y 10. 11. 12 A. M.. 1. . 8. 4. 4?i, 8, . 7, 8 . 10, 11 P. M. The 8 20 Down Train, and VI aud 6X TJp Train. wUl not slop on the uerniauiown nrauuu, " ON SUNDAYS. Leave Philadelphia 94 A. M. , 7, 10X P. M. Leave Gtruiaulown 8' A. M. 1. 6, fV, 1 M. u Luuiitt uri i. u i ii.iuii n Lrav I'hiladelphla 8, 8, 10, U A. M. 2, X, BX, 7, 8, Leave Chesnnt Hill 710, 8, 840, and U'0 A. M. 140, 8'40. 8 40. .-40. S'40. ..... "-- . , . . . r i ' a a a ,iR1 V P M . Leave rniiaaeipuia vm a. ju- j " i.TZ- -nrt . Leave Chcsuul HU1 710 A.M. 12 40, 40, and 8 28 P M ,TrTrvr iter, KllRPTHTOWN. :oV&wuvtfi$. 11 A, M. Hi. . 8, and 8i P, btjnDAYS. Tave Philadelphia A. M.. 2 80 and 715 P. M. illve Norrlbtown 7 A. M.. 6'80 and 9 P. At. Aave i.-,uii" . vriM u I' t 1 JII ......J v ..... t.. Philadelphia 6, 7,9, and 1108 A. M., 1J4.8, 'M.y S'io vl a4 m a. m.. a 8.8.8..8.ndlO4jP.M.vDAYa Leave Philadelphia 9 A. M. 2X and 7W P. M. Ltave Manayunk 7 A. M 8 aud ti-i P. M. W. S. WILSON. General Superintendent. 1 1 Depot, K INTU and UliEEW bvcoel. RAILROAD LINES. NORTH PKNNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. Iiih. MIDDLE ROU1K Shortest and most direct route to iietiiieiieui, Allentown, Mauch Chunk, Ilar.elton, White Haven, Wllkesliarre, Mahanoy City. MlMltll I'Brnml llllul.. Un.antnH m..wt .11 I the I.ehleh, Mahanoy, and Wyomfngcoal regions. PsKsei'iier Depot In i'lilladelphla, N. W. coiner of ISEllKtt and A M ERICA N Streets. W IN 1 V R A ItRANGEMF.NTS. ' NINE DAILY TRAINS. On and after I 11 11 I1KI, A V rc.,w I. Itut7 PouDniia, trains leave the NewlienoL corner' Berks and Ameri can streets, dally (Sumluys excepted), as follows: j a. m. morning Kxnresa lor Retnieiiem ana connecting at Bethlehem with Lehigh Valley Railroad mt Aiiemown, caiasauqua, isialliigton. Maucb Chunk, WealberlV. JeanRVllln. H'.llnn Whlln n.v.n. Wllktnbarre, I'iittilon, fScranton, and all points in Lehigh and Wyoming valleys; also. In connection with Lehigh and Mahanoy Railroad, for Mahanoy City, and with Catawissa Railroad, for Rupert. Dan- Hie. Milton and Wlillanmport. Arrive at Mauch bunk at 12-05 A. M at Wllltmharrn at. 1 P M .1 Mm. lianOV CUT &L fi P. M at Urr.ntJin at A 1H l TU Passengers by tbls train can take the Lehigh Valley train, pa-wing Bethlehem at 11-88 P. M., tor Easton, and oluia eu New Jersey Central Railroad to New York. At8'45 A.M. Accommodation for Doylestown, stop ping at all Intermediate stations. Passengers for Willow Grove, Hatboro, and Hartsvllle, by this train, take the stage at Old York road. At 1015 A. M. Accommodation for Fort Washing ton, stopping at Intermediate stations. At I SO P. M.- Express lor Bethlehem, Allentown, Mauch Chunk,White Haven, Wilk'sbarre, Mahanoy City. Centralia. Shenandoah. Mount liarmel. piualoh. Scranton. and all points In the Mahanoy and Wyo ming v. oai regions. i-ainerjgers lor ureenvuie take this train to Quakertown. At 1-48 P.M. Accommodation for Doylestown. lopping atall Intermedlaiestailons. Passengers take tnge at Doylestown for New Ho Dei at North Walna forSuraneytown. At 416 P. M. Accommodation for Doylestown, stop ring at all Intermediate stations. Paxsengers for Willow Grove, Hatboro, and Hartsvllle, take stage at Ablngtcn. At 6 a' p. m. -rnrongn accommnaation ror Bethle hun. and all stations on main line of North Pennsyl vania Railroad, conner.tlns at Bethlehem with I.oliitrh Valley Evening train for Easton, Allentown. and Mauch C hunk. At 8-20 P. M. Accommodation for Lansdale, .lop ping at all intermediate stations. At 11 no P. M. Accommodation for Fort Wash ington. i tA i.n Ai-.tvj.VA in rn.LAAAAjjsuriiiAA From Bethlehem, at 9 'Us A. M., i d), and 8 40 P. M. 2-( P. M. train makes direct connection with l.ehrh Valley trains from Easton, (scranton, Wlikesbarre, jnnimiiur -kii-y, auu n.Eirivii, rHsiiiKri leaving xAft ton at 11-20 A. M. arrive In Philadelphia at 2-05 P. M. Passengers leave Wlikesbarre at 180 P.M.. connect at Bethlehem at 616 P. M and arrive In Philadelphia at 8 40 P M. From Doylestown at (ran a. m., B'I0 and 700 P. M. From Lansdale at 7 80 A. M. From Fort Washington at 1110 A. M. and 8 05 P. M. ON SUNDAYS. Philadelphia for Belblehem at 9-80 A. M. Philadelphia lor Doylestown at 2-00 P. M. Doylestown to Philadelphia at 7-20 A. M. Bethlehem to Philadelphia at 4 00 PSM. Fifth and Sixth Streets Passenger cars convey Das- sengers to and from the new depot. White cats ot Second ana 'i ntra eireeu line and Union line run wltblu asbort distance of the Depot. Tickets must be procured at the Ticket Uillce In order lo secure the lowest rates of fare. ELLIS CLARK. Agent. Tickets sold and T!atrtrftre checked through to nrln. clpal points at Mann's North Pennsylvania Baggage Express Olliee, lit no, loo b, mim street. -tOan -VOLi NEW YORK TIIE CAMDEN Lilt. I , kDd Amboy and Phlladelphlaand Trenton Railroad Company's Lines, from Philadelphia to New York and Wav Places, from WALNUT Street Wharf, will leave as follows, via.: jtabr. At 8 A. M. via Camden and Amboy Accom........2 25 At 8 A. M., via Camden ana Jersey City, Express Mr11.. 800 At 2 P. M., via Camden and Amboy, Express- 8-00 At 8 P. M.. via Camden and Amboy, Ao- fist class, 2-25 -juuimouabiuu aim ii.ujiKraii......HM 1 xa Class. 180 At 8 A M. and 2 P. M. for Freehold. At 8 and 10 A. M., 2 and s-30 P. M for Trenton. At 8, 8, and 10 A.M., 1,2, 8'80. G, 8, and 11-30 P. M., for Bordr mown, Burlington, Beverly, and Delanco. At 6 and 10 A.M., 1, 2, 880, 6, 6, and 11 -30 P.M., for Florence. At 6 ana in a. m.. i, s-so, o, a. ana ii-30 p. M., for Edgewater, Riverside, Riverton, and Palmyra. At 6 aud 10 A. M.. 1. 8-80. 6. and IPSO P. M.. for Fish House. The 1 and 11-80 P.M. Lines leave from Market Street Ferry, upper side. LINES FROM KENSINGTON DEPOT Will leave as follows; At li A. M., 4-iO p. m.. ana 12 p. m. (night), via Ken sington and Jersey City, New York Express Lines. Fare, 3. At 8 10-15 and 11 A. M 230, 8' 30, 4-30. B, and 12 P. M.. ior Trenton and Br'stol. At 8 and 10-15 A. M., 2-30, 8. and 12 P. M., ior Morris vllle and Tallytown. At 8 and 10'1. jiuM., 2'80, 1-80, 5, and 12 P. M., for Schenck's. , . , . ,, At 1015 A. Sd.. X su. ana o i . m., ior r.umugwn. At 7 OU UU ill AW A, ill,., - W, w,w, OTU. 1 . . J1L,, 1WI Cornwell's, Toiresdale, Holmesburg, Tacony, Wlssl nomlng, Brldesburg, and F'rankford, and at 8 P, M., for Holmesburg and luteimedlate stations. BELV1DERE DELAW.S.i KAILROAb ;LINE3, - A tWAU jaVIIDIUHIAJU lt'UUt. At 8 A. AT. for NlmrarA KaIIh. Aiifftaln rnnlrlv CHnaudalKuii, Klmlrm, Ithaoa, Owego. Hocaester. Biugharaion. Oswego, Syracuse, Great Bead. Moo troee, Wilkeabarre, acrautun, btroadaburg. Water V7 t-" IU Clvi At 8 A.M. and 8-80 P. M for Belvldere, Easton, IinibertvlHe, JTlamlngton, etc The 830 P. 11. Line connects direct with the Train leaving Easton for Mauch Chunk. Allentown. Bethle hem, etc. At 6 P. M. for Lambertvllle and Intermediate sta tions. .... Lines rrom west pmiaaeipnia Depot, via Connect ing Railway, will leave as follows: At 9 80 A.M., and 180 and 6 3o P. M., New York Express Lines, via Jersey City. Fare.fa-25. The 9 ao A. M. and 680 P. M. Lines will run daily. All others, Sundays excepted. Alt A. m., 1 au anu dou r. an. ior ireuton. At 9 80 A. M and 8'80 P. M. for Brlstrol. November 25, 1W7. WM. H. GATZMER, Agent. PHILADELPHIA, WILMINGTON AND BAL TIMORE RAILROAD. lliUXb lADJilV, Commencing Monday. September 80, 1867. Trains will leave Deuot, corner BROAD Street and WASH- INGlON Avenue, as loiiows: Way Mall Ttain at s'80 a. M. (Bunaay excepted ror Kaltimore. Btooolng at all regular stations. Con necting with Delaware Railroad at Wilmington for Crisneld and Intermediate eletlonsf Express Tram at 12 M. tbunoajs excepteu;, ror inui tlmore and Washington. Expre-s. 'irain at i au r. . i,suiiuiv. nwiiun; ior Baltluiore and Washington, .topping at Chester. Thurlow, Llnwood, Claymont, Wilmington, New port, Stanton, jNewark, n-iaton, rtoiineaat, cnarles town, Peny vllle, Havre-de-Grace, Aberdeen, Perry, man', Edgewood, Magnolia, Chase'., aud Blemmer'a Nl'ght Express at 1100 P. M. (dally) for Baltimore and Washington. Couoecls at Wilmington (Satur day, excepted) with Delaware Railroad Liue, slop ping at XHewcaabie, jn iumiowwu, -ji.iud, WT.r. xi ar- rington, Seaiord. Salisbury. Prlnceas Anne, and con necting at Crlslield with Boat ror Fortress Monroe, Norfolk. Portsmouth, and the South. Passengers ior j-orvresa monroe .ou riunui., via Baltimore, will take the 12 M. Train. Via Crlafleld will take the 1100 P. M. Train vvil-.iniii 101-1 luaint. Stopping at all station between Philadelphia and Wilmington. Leave Philadelphia at 180, 4-80, 8 00, and 11-80 (dally) P, M. : The 4-80 P. M. Train connects with Delaware Maliroaa ior minora ami i.itfruiiHiuiw .uibiuiu, j.ne s-00 P. M. Train runs to New Caslle. Leave Wilmington at 7 aud 8 A. M., 4'00 and 8 30 (dall)P. M.. 1TllM oml J? 11UJH naxiliinvujit AKM A UllUllabl JL1A, Leave Baltimore 7-'.'a A. M.. Way Mail; 9-80A. M., Express; 2'15 P. M., Express; 6'35 P.L, Express; 8'ti v' Sunday' train from Baltimore. Leaves Baltimore at 8 !6 P. M.. stopping at Havre-de-Grace. Perryvllle, and Wilmington. AUo stops at Northeast, Elktou. and Newark, to take passengers lor Philadelphia and leave passengers Irom Washing ton or Baltimore, and at Chester to leave passenger, from Washington or Baltimore. Through Tickets to all poluis West, South, and Soulhweet may be procured at the Ticket OQlce, No. 8.18 CHESNUT street, under the Continental Hotel, where, aluo, state-rooms and berths in sleeping-car. can be secured during the day. Persons purchasing tickets at this office can have their baggage checked at their residence by the Union 'l ransler Company, gj H. V. KENNEY. Superintendent. PHILADELPHIA AND ERIE RAILROAD - WINTER TIME TABLE. Tbroagh and direct route between Philadelphia. Baltimore, Harrlsburg, WUUamsport, and th Great Oil Region or Pennsylvania. ELEG ANT SLEEPING CARS on all Night Train. (Jn and afterMONDAY, November 2S. 1867, the tralus on th Philadelphia ana Erie Railroad will ran (uUows: . WVHTWABD. Mall Train leaves Philadelphia 1115 P. M. e leaves WllllBixi8porl.... ........ 8-05 A, M, - " arrives at Erie WHO P. M, Erie Express leaves Phlladelphla..M...,..M.. 12'uo noon, ' leaves Wiillamuport,M..,,.,...M, 8-60 P. M, .. , u arrives at Erie ... -t A. M, Elmlra Mall leaves Philadelphia.......... 800 A. M. " ' leaves Wllliaiusporl 6-28 P. M. H arrive at Lock Hveu..... f '45 P. M KASTWABA, Mall Train leaves Erie , 10-25 A. M, " leaves Willlanisport M U-5SP. M " " arrives at I'lilladelphla................ 8'55 A, M, Erie Express leaves Erie 4 26 P. M. " ' leaves Willlanisport 8 (H) A. M. " " arrives at Philadelphia. 100 P, M. Elmlra Mall leaves Lock Haven 710 A. M. " ' leaves Wllllauisiiort..... - 8 85 A. M. - arrive at Philadelphia.....-.. 6-10 P. M, Mall aud Kx press coqnectwlth all iralnson Warren and Franklinltallway. Pansengsrs leaving Pblladel phla at l'i-w M. arrive at Irvlneton at ai A. M, and till CHy at 9 M1 A, M. leaving Philadelphia at 11'IB P AC, sUrlVatOU City at 4-88 P. M. M . All trains on Warren and Kranklln Railway inak Close connections at Oil City with trains for FraukU and Petroleum centra, Agage ii;w iiiroiigu, ALFRED L. TYLEI Ult, 111 beuaral Suimkiudent, RAILROAD LINES. WEST Cn ESTER AND PHILADELPHIA RAILROAD, VIA MF.DIA. WiN'l ,H ARRANGEMENT. ob ana tn... w . v n. v . 1. -r.. mil "yf lm TH IRTY-FI RHT and CHE.SN UT StreeU, West I'hiladelphla, as rollows: ..1av.eh",a,'lPhlfor West Chester, et7 4.A.M., U-W PM?'0 P M' i U P M" ' M" 4 '6 Pi M- Leave West Chester fbr Philadelphia, from DepV on Eaet Market street, at 6-25 A. M., 7 45 A. M 8 t0 and 10-45 A. M., IMP. M., 4 50 and fis P. M7 . Tri'.n.", W,t Chester at 8;oo A. M.. and leav ing Plilladeli.hTa at 4 60 p, M., will stop at B. O. Jua tlon and Media only. . Passengers to or from stations hot ween Went Che stations between Went Ch en ter and R. C. Junction going east, will take tr leaving West Chester at 7-46 A. M., and going will tke train leaving Philadelphia at 460 P. M., I train west transfer at B. C Junction. 1 he Cheennt ana Wainnt Ptreel ear. oonnnct with all or the above trains, carrying passengers down Chesnut street, past tneprlncipal hotels and the Cam den and Anibey RR. olUoe, at Walnut street wharf paesln out Walnut street to the depot. 1 ne marxet Bireet car win oe in waiting, as usual, at Thirly-Urst and Market streets, on the arrival of each train, to convey passengers Into the city; and for lines leaving the Depot take the cara on Market street, the last car connecting with each train leaving F'ront and Market street thirty minute previous to departure. ll BUN DATS. Iave Philadelphia at 880 A. M. and I P. M. Leave Weal Chester at 758 A. M. and 4 P. M. The Denot la reached directly bv the Cheiniit .nil Walnut streets oars. Those of the Market street line run wlibin one square. The cars ol both liaes connect With each train upon its arrival. 1 rains leaving Philadelphia at 740 A. M. ana 4M T M., and leavlugWeet Chester at 8'00 A. M. and 450 P. jutiwuui-ji a o. jt juiiuhiuu wiiii irmm on and a C. R. XL, tut Oxford and Intermediate polnla. Passengers are allowea to take wearing apparel only, as baggage, and the Company will not lu any case be responsible for an amount exceeding one hun dred dollars, unless special ooutract Is made for,ths ame. . HKNRY WOOD, Jfl General Superintendent, PHILADELPHIA AND BALTIMORE CEN TRAL RAILROAD. -Wluler Arrangements, On and alter MONDAY, October 7, 1867, Train, will leave ruiiaueipnia, irom tne iepot or the West Chester aud Philadelphia Railroad, corner of TUIRTY-FTRST and CHESNUT Street (West Phlla delphla), at 7'46 A. M. and 4 60 P M. Leave Rising Sun at 646 aud .Oxford at6'8)A. M. and leave Ox lord at 8t5 P. M. A Market Train, with Passenger Car attached, will run on Tuesdays and Fridays, leaving the Rising Sun at 11-05 A. M., Oxford at 11-46 M., and Kennett at It P. M., connecting at West Chester JuuoMon wltu a Train for Philadelphia. On Wednesday and Batur day trains leave Philadelphia at 8 0 P, M., ru Ing through to Oxford. The Train leaving Philadelphia at 7-45 A. M. con nects at Ox ford with a dally Una ot Stages for Peach Bottom, In Lancaster county. Returning, leaves Peach Bottom to connect at Oxford with the After noon Train for Philadelphia, The Train leaving Philadelphia at 4'60 P. M. ran. to Rising Sun, Md. Passenger allowed to take wearing apparel onlj as baggage, and the Compauy will not In any oase o responsible tor an amount exceeding one hundred dollars, unless a special contract be made for the same. 1111 HENRY WOOD General Sup's, CAMDEN AND BURLINUTON COUNTY RAILROAD. On and alter THURSDAY, Nov. 14,1867, trains will leave Irom loOtof MARKET Street (upper ferry), for Merchanlvllle. Mooreetown, Hart ford, Meson vllle, Haluesport, Mount Holly, Smith vllle. Evausville, Vlucentown, Birmingham, and Pemberlou, at 10'80 A. M. and 4 SO P. M. RETURNING. Leave Pemberton at 7'20 A. M. and 2'80 P. M. " Mt. Holly ; 7-42 " 1'54 Mooreetown " 8 08 " ' 8-21 1022U a SAILER Superintendent. WEST JERSEY RAILROAD LINES, FROM foot of MARKET Street (Upper Ferry). Commencing TUESDAY, September 17, 1887. For Brldgeton, Salem Vlueland, Millvllle, and In termediate stations, g-oo A, M., and 8-80 P. M. For Cape May 8-80 P.M. . For Woodbury at 800 A. M and 830 and 800 P. M. Freight Train leaves Camden at 12 M. (noon) dally. Freight will be received at Second Covered Wharf below Wainnt street, from 700 A, M, until 600 P. M, Freight received before 8 00 A. M. will go forward th same day. Freight Delivery. No. 128 B. DELAWARE Avenae. 1 1 tf WILLIAM J. SEWKLL, Superintendent. ""WATCHES, JEWELRY, ETC, LEWIS LADOMUS & CO., DIAMOND DEALERS AND JEWELLERS, No. SOS CIIKHIN UT BTH1C1CT, Would Invite th attentlcn of purchaser to theli large stock of UENTS' AND X.AIIE8 WATCIIFI, Jost received, et the fluest Enropean makers. Independent quarter, eecuud, a2Q U-Wlndlng, In Also, AMERICAN WATCHES or all sizes. ' Dlamo.d Seta. Pins, Studs, Rings, etc Coral. Malachite, Garnet, and Etruscan Seta, In great variety. t SOLID 81LVSRWASR nt all h-lnAm In.HiV... large assortment suitable lor Bridal Presents.: . C. RUSSELL & CO., , NO. 22 NORTH b!ITJJ STREET, OFFER ONE OF IHE aVABCJEST STOCKS 01 FINE FRENCH CLOCKS, . OF 1IIEIR OWN IMPOUTATION, IX TUB CI1 Y. B26 AMERICAN WATCHES, Th beat In the wor.d. sold at Factory Prloea C. 6 A. PEQUICNOT, MANUFACTURERS CF WATCH OASSa, No. II South SIXTH Street. 8 8' ' Manufactory- IVo. 22. & FIFTH Strut, gTERLINa SILVER WARE MANtJFACTORY j NO. 414 EOCVST STREET. GEORGE H IX A.TL I, Patentee of the Ball and Cube patterns, manufacture, every I description of line STERLING SILVER WARE, and oner, for sals, wholesale and retail, choice assortment of rich aud beautiful good or new style t low price. 2 8m J. M. BHARP. A. ROBERTS. ENGINES, MACHINERY. ETC, $Wt- PENN STEAM ENGINE AND mini"; "'itt.v'p WORKS. NEAFI E A LEVY, 1'KAlllCAL AND THEORETICAL ENGINEERS, MACHINISTS. BOILFR MAKERS, BLACK bMlTHS, and FOUNDERS, having lor many years been in seccessful operation, and been exclusively engaged In building and repairing Marine aud River Eugiues, high and low-pressure, Iron Boilers, Water Tanks, Propellers, etc., etc., respectfully offer their services to the public as being fully prepared to con tract for engines or all sizes, Marine, River, and Stationary; having seta of patterns or different sizes, are prepared to execute orders with quick despatch. Every 4iescriptlou or paltern-uiaklug made at the shortest notice. "High and Low-pressure Fine, Tubular, and Cylinder Boilers, or the best Pennsyl vania charcoal Iron. Forglnxa or all sizes and kinds; Iron and Brass Castings ol all descriptions; Roll Turning, hcrew Culling, and all other work connected wilh tne above business. DrawluKS aud specifications for all work done at the establishment free of charge, and work guar- The subscribers have ample wharf-dock room for repair, of boats, where they can lie In perleclsafely, and are provided wlih she.' rs. blocks, lalls, elo. etc., for ral.lng heavy pr light weigbt. q kr JOHN P. IiKVY, 81 BKACn and PALMER Streets. J, VAUGHN KUBRICK, WILLIAM H. MKkBICK JOHJ . COl-K. S0UTI1WARK FOUNDRY, FIFTH AND WASHINUTON Streets, eiiiLADti i-nrA. MERRICK A SONS, ENGINEERS AND MAUllINTISTS, manufacture High aud Low Pressure Steam Engine for Land, River, and Marine Bervioe. Boilers, Oasometers, Tanks, Irou Boats, etc Castings ol all kinds, either iron or brass. Irou F rame Rools for Oas Works, Workshops, and Railroad blatlous, etc, ...... Retorts and ties Machinery, or the latest and most Improved construct.on. Every description of Plantation Machinery, aud Sugar, Saw, and Grist Mills, Vacuum Pans, Open Steam Trains, Deiecators, Fillers, i'uiuplug Eu- ttllJfl f tc Sole Agents for N. BlUeux's Patent Sugar Boiling Apparatus, Nesmyth's Patent Steam Hammer, aud Asplnwail A Woolsey'. Patent Ceutrlfugal Sogar Draining Machine. 8oj BRIDESBURG MACHINE WORKS. OFFICE. No, 85 N. FRONT STREET, FM1LADKI.PH1A. We are prepared to till ordeis to any extent for our well-know n MACHINERY FOR COTTON AND WOOLLEN MILLS, Including all recent Improvement lu Carding, Spin hi iik. and W eavlng. We invite the attention of manufacturers to our ex tensive works, li ALFRED JENK3 A SON. -H2T!PN8ALES. M a . 1 . K T V . , , (ncretisors to'riililnw. . r. . , C 0. lifTiiiti. i i,m .Tl I"P rora A On.V ' " market Street. SALE OF 1600 CASKn BOOTS. Snn-n.' Dn' OANS, ETU BUE8 BOO rirt i' t. . . . - 1 , Dfc. II, commencing at 10 o'clock, wa wm un w- I Air 1 011.. for mi, li IKIi nnlp. Mnn'fe itn -. . iwmi, By Boots, Shoes, Brogans, Balniorals. etc ' soutUsC, Also, Women's, Mimes' and Children', wear t. hlch the attention or the trade Is called. 12 J 41 fOHN B. MYERS A CO., AUCTIONEERS I No. 238 and 884 MARKET Street, labor poprnvrc sale okbritiph. frknoh; ,1 1. j . . u n , 1 . , ..-t.' . . . . ..... . .. On lour months' credit, . On I hursdav Mnrnlnr. At 10 o'clock, embracing about UOO PackagA anC ' lots or staple and fancy article. 12 1st LARGE POSITIVE S A I.K OF CARPETINQS, ETX t .'o j-riaay morning, December in. at 11 r.'r.i..,.u n ..nn,v. m..' al out 200 pieces Ingrain, Venetian, list, hemp, cottage, f M. GUM MET A SONS, AUCTIONEERS.' F. No. (V8 WALNUT Street, Hold Peirnlar Sain, nf REAL F STATE, STOCKH. AND BITCURlTHia AT THE PHILADELPHIA EXCHANGB. " ji.iiuunm ui eacu pmperty issued separately, 10U0 catalosues nuhllshixl ani rli.riiuii full descriptions of properly to be sold, as' also a par. ti.iiuiiui property coniaineo in our Real JUdtate R law,, .,iu uiierru priT.w RBia Sales advertised dally In all the dally newspaper. b M. THOMAS A SONS, NOS. S. FOURTH Street. 139 AND 111 L.E OF ENGLISH AND IWtfmoiw Tn-nrr Embracing, a Great Variety ot Choice Works in Superb Bindings, Splendid Blblee, Mkscsllaneou K UUI IL.HUlin, W U Y VII IHTS, On Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday Afternoon. Decmher lu. 11, and 18, . Commencing each day at 3 o'clock. Included are Dore's Milton's Paradise Lost; Don Quixote; Eialnec ll.nlj, anil llu.n XI i,h.i,..n. T . . 1 . . . . . . . , , : ...... ... .... ...... .. , iminer. vuopwr, l-icx- ens. Irvlnrr. and Shakespeare's Works: lionir nru.n... Hume aEugland; (Aiurtof Napoleon: Sloan's Archil tenure; Loves and Heroines ot Poets: Waverlr ovels; Chambers' Encyclopedia: London Society: I Pli.lni.lulllli.llnn.rv. Ul.Al.l.n-.....l . . . Carsin's Mammalogy and Ornithology Baird's Mam. mats or rsonn America; urinsn Essayists; Snowden'a Coin. Ld Mtdals, eto, 12 0 41 tale at No. 189 and 141 fl. Fonrth Rtraat. HANDSOME WALNUT FURNITURE, ELKQANT nin iiiu miitnuH, oupenor 1'iano f orte, CUau deliers, Fine Brussels ana Velvet; Carpel. Etc On Thursday Morning, ' - - . ........ . . tj ui.Tiiiii i ...,i,n. uniiumiiu. mroi tnre, Including Elegant walnut and hair clotb parlor - furniture: handsome walnut chamber furniture; hand. , some etagere: centre and extension tables; 8 elegant F'rench plate maotel mirrors, 60 by 82 Inches. - Aiso, noe mantei as u pier mirrors, superior plan fortes, very Hue oil paintings, handsomely framed. glass showcase, fine leather beds, bedding, fine velvet, Brussels and Imperial carpets, superior olttce anV counting house furniture. Invoice of fine noose-fur. - Dishing goods, nne steel saaies. eiaeroerry wine. eta. ; Also, tine plated dinner and teaware, bronzes, Lad A Webster sewing machine, rosewood boudoir plana forte, set superior single harneea, new; desks an4t oOlce lurnllure, etc. it Public Sale on the Premises, ., , HOBBFB, COLTS. ICATTLE, HTKAM TUBULAK BOILERS, OAK POSTS, SUPER PHOSPHATJS, t SUGAR MOULDS. POTS, BORAP IRON, KTO, On Saturday afternoon, Dec. 14. at 1 o'clock precisely, will be void at pnbll -. sale, al the residence ot A. M. Eastwlck, Ess.. Dar-tty road, below Pray'. Ferry. 1210H 6UPERI0R WALNUT FURNITURK. CntCKKR. 1NO 7-OCTAVK PIANO. VHLVET AND BRB. SELS CARPETS, MATTRESSES. ETU. . ill On Monaay Morning, , ,0 mth Instant, at 10 o'clook, bv catalogue, at Wo. 841t Hamilton street, corner of Thirty-flfih, Mantua, tk entire superior w alnut parlor, dining-room, and ohatav her furniture. , ..,.,.; t 12 U 48 PEREMPTORY SALE ON ACCOUNT OF WHOX "" IT MAY CONCERN. THOMAS A SONS, Auctioneer. VALUABLE PATKNT. On TUESDAY, December 17, 1W, at 11 o'clook. Noon, will be sold, at Public Sale, without reserve, ' at the Philadelphia Exchange, Letters Patent, granted by th United State t . .. . Alphonse Loiseau, lor an Improvemeul la machinery, - -for coating cr covering a core with a thread of wool, or for surrounding a core of any material with a thread ot any desired material described and Uinsv trated In drawings, accompanying the Letter Patent which can be seen at the ofllce of Edward L. Bod In, Esq., No. 818 Arcb street, where any Inlormallon oon cernlng the same can be obtalced. (12 8 t . . Bala absolute. t'i(J0 to be paid at time of sale. LIPPINCOTT, BON A CO., AUCTIONEERS No. 240 MARKET Street. Philadelphia. (Premi ses formerly occupied by Messrs. Pancoast k W art uock. Auctioneers.) 800 LOTS FRENCH AND GERMAN FANCT OOODB . A t . .. . iSl)Vllusrj, " . " i-,.. 9n Thursday Morning", Dec. 12, comprising a full assortmentof fin Part list: I full line Hcharis'faW ' L China toy sets and China figures, etc. liV' THOMAS BIRCH A SON, AUCTIONEERS AND COMMISSION M EROTT ANTO 2 .fii - CHESNUT Street, rear entrance No. U07Sansoq ifcTta ottx.,18 ' No H'O Chesnut street. ' - BUF;RrJ0H.T?iEW AND SECOND-HAND HOUHB. -HtLD FURNITURE, PIANO-FORTFS Mlttt BILLiART,1 AA &TAIn5HPKtI: BILLIARD AND BAGATELLE TA HT.K-? FRAMED AGRAVINGsrPAINTINas, KTO. ai, i , On Friday Morning, ' ; ' street ".mhl'Li-'i0"011 ,lore' No 1110 Ohnnt street, will be .old a large assortment of superior furniture, comprising elegant rosewood and walna! LarrJ.Uture' cov"3 with brocSwile, plush, kSIS?." roeT?oa cntre bouquet table, with brocadilia marble; rosewood musleioase rose wood secretary and book-case; velvet. Bruasehi ?r.ll!i?r cJfHu,i luut ohambVr ,u ufoouSg . 5i?nS.K?,B,l,er ""-'-ri wardrobes: exton.iSal ses" ar",n hureaus; .prln? and hair mat- French plate manleT and pieruT?M 'g GILT AND EN AM ELLED CHINA.- eleaant rllt 1 and enam.Ued dinner sets; 12 do. dotd da..SK 24 do. ao. do. totlei do. . " v.r.vcj A MT T. A fir. nTTEA ricra 1 1- . wajaw.a.. a Aiavm vwininu,-nslj1 flQ laVOlnA ot elegautSwIas, NoUingham, aud Apolloa laoeeur. tains, tas.els, loops, cornices, embroidered olotA placo and table covers, etc. Bii.LlARDTABLE.-One fuU sized blllUrd Ubl. marble bed. ' One full sized bagatelle table. PAINTINGS AND FRAMED ENGRAVINGS. ' Also, an Invoice of Oil paintings and framed gravlmts. PHO-IOGRAPHTC ArPARATCS. Also, A largt Sot Of photographic apparatus, . 11 11 it LARGE PERFMPTORY SALE OF BOOTS. STT0E3: BROGANS, TRAVELLING BAGS, ETO. , On Tuesday Morning, December 17, at 1 o-clock, on tour months' Credit 15uo packages boots, .hoes, brogans. etc f 12 1 1 at QROVN'S PATENT COI1BINED CARPET-tTBETCnEB AHS TACU-DBIYEB' WRh this machln a lady can alone .tretch and. tack down at the sains Urn her carpets a easily a to sweep them, saving back -aches, braised finger, temper, time, and money. It will stretch all kinds'of. carpet without th least damage, better, quicker, and easier than any other Stretcher made, and drlva from a to 20-os. tack. with, or without leather head 1 clmple, easily worked, and will last a lifetime Agent wanted. Liberal term, given. It la a nloa machine for ladle to .ell. For Machine, or Agencies call on or address WILLIAM F. St'IIEIBLE, No. 48 B. THIRD Street, 27t ir Philadelphia. T ECTURES. A NEW COURSE OF LEO XJ tures as being delivered at the New York Museum of A t.atoiuy, f mhraclng the subjects?-. U".un 'How to live aticiwhat to live lor Youth Itratiiritv and old age - Mlnhood generally wvlewd- "n causes of Indigestion, llatullnce, and Nwvous 15 amounted lor-Marrlage phliosophicaliy ooiuldeied. Pocket volume containing these lecture will be BROJAD,riUYn.1NewYork0my f. J GARDNER & FLEMING, OOAOH MAKEKHi - ' . HO. BI4 atOVTU FIFTH TBEETt Wt w and Beoond-band Oaxrlageefor salts. Fair tlcnlar attention rald to rertalrlnif - 6 80 So ' T. STEWART BROWN, 81. CortMrcf IVVTtTUA CUES TNVT A r.f MAN Df ACTUBLk OF SBTTtTKB, VAIIBE8, BAGS, FtTICTJtXB, BH&wf STRAPS, HAT OABKa, POCKET ROOKS, and TrsvaUn QetxU taoaraUy,