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THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1867 .
CITY INTELLIGENCE. i additional local 1tkms sue outside laosm. Tub Reckkt IIoilkh Kxclosion Vbiidict of tor Coroner's Jury Tbe Jury timmoneJ to InveMlpaU' the cause of tho deatu of Ueorue II. Wtntley and Samuel Bw'cuv rendered the lol lowiujt verdict: 'I bat Gcor II. Westley and Samuel Sweeny cauie to their deaths by injuries received Irom the explosion of a boiler at tha establishment of Mr. Jacob Haas.io. 4116 Lud low street, Dec. 17, 1867. With reuard to tho raufc of the explosion, the jury dod, from the evidence befoie them, as lollowe: First, that the boiler was totally Inadequate, Irom the plan of the construction and thlolf ik of the Iron psed, to resist the pressure usually carried upou it, Damcly, Irom HO to 85 pound!-; second, tuo jury also lound, from the evidence elicited, that the enpinoers In charge ol fail holler were fully reliable and cchipcteut to perform the duties required of them. In conclusion, the jury would most respectfully urgo upon the authori ties the speedy enforcement of the law lately enacted by the City Councils, providing for the inspectlou of fcteam boilers, believing it would be the tutting of removing rontiy of tho causes pf explosions, and a savins to life and property, fanned John Agnew, Hcnrv H. Lyons, John A. Fulton, James 1. Jisall, l'uilip Siukl, Ucnjumiu V, Dubois. Accident and Marvellous Esc ape. Charles Wilson, tirst mate ot the barque Koanoke, of IbU port, fell Irom the pier at New Custle on tho Coating ice in the Delaware, on Sunday last, and was so stunned that he slipped from the ice Into the water, In an unconscious conditiou. After being given up for lost by his companions, ho was found floating in the water by the schooner Elizabeth, picked up and bruua'tt to Chester. After one day of recuperation, he started away on Monday to rejoin his vessel at the Break WHter, nothing daunted by his serious accident and his almost miraculous escape fromj drown ing. The New Department of City Property, The Committees of Markets, City Property and Wharves and Landings met on Tuesday for the purpose of preparing an ordinance organizing the Department of Maikets and City Property. They agreed to report a bill providing for tho election of a Commissioner of tun Department on the first Monday in January, 18J8, at a salary of $2000 per annum. It ubo provides for a Clerk, at a salary of $1000. and a Messenger at $800. Election of Officers. The following officers of tho Constitutional Union Association were elected on Monday evening: President, W. C. Swarm; Vice-PreslJent, Col. John S. Warner, Hon. Wm. Mill ward, Wm. Scholleubenrer, ex Gov. Win. F. Johnson and Hon. J, S. Llttell; Recording Secretary. Wm. II. Ilolloway; Cor responding Secretary, Col. W. Y. Leader; Trea surer, W. K. Courow; Chaplain, Rev. C. II. Powell. MARINE TELEGRAPH. For additional Marine Newt tee Firtt Page. ALMANAC JTOH PHILADELPHIA THIS DAT. u Kisk........ .7 23 Moon Rina. ........ B'4l go Srre 4 ii8 Hie if w 4tkr 2 u3 PHILADELPHIA BOARD Off TRACK. Okorhb N. Tatham, ) AKuatw Whik jcu, Monthly Committbb. D. U McOahmom, ) UOVEUEHTS O1 OCKAS 8 TIC A HERS. FOR AMKKIOA. Helvetia.-.. Llverpool...New York -Dee. A UKtrlQ........LI verpool... Portland Dec. Palmyra Llverpool...New York -Dec. C of N.York.....Llverpool...New York -..Dec. XIdIod Soulhampton...New York Dec. Chicago ......Liverpool. ..New York .Deo. Denaiark. l.lverpool...Ncw York ....Dec. V. of Antwerp... .Llverpool...New York Dec. Hibernian. LiverpoolPortland -..Dec. Bcotia Llverpool.-New York, .Dec. Bellona London New York.. Deulchland.Suutbaun)ioii.New York... FOR EURO PH. Union New YorkBremen...., Belgian l'ortiuiid....LIv-rpooJ.... Cinjbrta New York. ..Hamburg..... Caledonia. ....... ...New YorkGlasgow...., , C. ol AntwerpNew York. ..Liverpool ..... Dec. Dec. Dec. ....Deo. Deo. 2fl 24 SIS 28 Dec. Dec. .Deo. .Dec. ,Dec. 28 !ili 28 2 26 28 A taienia ...in ew Y oric i.omiou. ...... Vllle de Paris...New York. ..Havre. ........... Virginia New York... Liverpool Pioneer.. .....Phllada .Wilmington.. ...Dec. Columbia New York Havana -.-. Dec Wyoming .Phi lad a .Mtvaunab.. .Dec. BtarsandStrluesPhllada Havana -..Dec. Star of tbeUnlon.PhiladH.....New Orleuus Jan. N. America New York. ..Rio Janeiro Jan. 28 St 7. 24 Alalia are lurwardea by every steamer in toe regular ltnes. The steamers for or from Liverpool call at Queenstown, except the Canadian line, which call at Londonderry. The steamers for or from the Conti nent call at Southampton. CLEARED TUESDAY. Bhln J. Fish. Stackpole. Mobile. Peter Wrlelit Hons. Bcbr J. Rlcarao Jova, Little, Marseilles, D. a. tileuou & CO. Bear M. Bteelman, Steelman, Galveston, do, arriveiTtuesday. Bchr Wm. H. Tlern. Hotlman, 2U days from Mobile, Wun cotton, etc., to i. a. aiei.ou as uo. echr Marietta Tllton, Friuiuger, 8 days from WU XUlDgton, N. C. with lumbr to K. H. Rowley. bchr D. Brltlaln, bprluger, frotu Boston, with mdse. ta cantaln. bchr Boplila Wilson, Nowell, from Boston, with rod He. to captHln. t'Mvlna Runt. Rr.hell ntzer. from tha Horse Shoe. having aBSlxted the tuns with thulr lows, aud they proceeded, aown, in ciear water. MRIUnRANTtA. Bhip Baranak, Turley, for Philadelphia, entered out at Liverpool joiu iusk. Barque Bea Kagle. Wilson, from Demarara for Phi .adelplJla. was spoken iWd mitt., lat. .S3, loim. 71. Barque Loch Lomond, CUHord, hence, at Monte video a ult. Brig Nellie Mowe, Leeman, for Pblladelphla,claared at to essina wiu uit. Brig Open bea, Coombs, hence, at Charleston yes '.erday. Brig Boomerang, Allen, for Philadelphia, was load- Inu uL M lni?Nl.nn .Ta . illh iliat. ttctr Ethan Allen, Blake, hei.ee, at New York 2lth InHiant. Ccbis E. F. Crowell, Btevens. and J. Rlusman, Ran. Vln lienr-e for KuBtnn. at New York 24th Inst. Hclir Trade Wind, Hodman, hence, at Boston 23d Instant. . , , Ben i s Gov. Burton. Ludlam, and E. Nlckerson, Klobcnn kipllfM. Hi BrWiloll iMt iuHt. BchrJeKsle Wllltmioo, Cor.un, lor Philadelphia, Cleared at Kicnnionu 211 insi. . u.i.r 11 fjiilord Jlrrell. hence, at Balem 21st Inst. Tni Arrhihald Hetiv. hence lor Havunuah, was enoken 2lst Inst, off Ocracoke Inlet, by steamer X ranees, at liaiiimure wuu vr umiuBiwu, a. . v. woTirw to"m ARINWRS. The Pollock Rip Llghtveohol 1 reported off her sta tion, ana to nave arriveo. in iioiines jioib nruur, hlie will ne returned 10 nei station who me luanv pun- alhie delay, due notice ol wmcu win oe given. By order of trie Lighthouse Board. U. B. BLAKE, Lighthouse Ins., Second Disk. Buoy No. 8, on BUhop Ledge, Newport harbor, la SAAC C. EVANS, MANUFACTCKKB ASP DEALEU IN OILS, TAINTS, VARNISHES, Naval Stores and Soaps HO. 16 NOKT1I BELAWAKE AVENUE, in E m an PETILAl'MiiPHIA, GIBARD BOW. E. M. NEEDLES & CO., IUvth sad Ctafsuut Street, Invite attention to their SPLENDID STOCK OP H Laces and Laco Goods. r 1 Ifi I HANDKERCHIEFS, In every variety, lor Laaies ana uenllemen, to ' I V AlUOi . .v ..... .i "XVJi. 1J Hj BIES, Jt'l'U, ETU, Expressly adapted tor HOLIDAY PRESENTS, Which they are offering at Prices as Low as those for an Inferior Class of Goods, wUlcb bave been Imported to supply Aosilon Sales a, this season. moh aavmo FURNITURE, ETC. FURNITURE! FURNITURE! BODERR AND ANTKtlTEt PABLOB, II a i.e. and oiahibeb suits AT BEDCC'EI) ritHKI. Onr facilities are inch that we are enabled to Offer at very moderate price, a large and well-assorted stock of every description of HOUSEHOLD FURNI IX'RE AND BEDDING. Goodi packed to carry Safely to all part of thf country. Bicnnoif d roBKPAHn, HI tf WO. 4Q m. Nf l OHl) WTRKET. "fO HOUSEKEEPERS. I bave a large itock or every variety ot Which I will Hell at reduced prices, consisting of PLAIN A.ND MARBLE TOP COTTAGE SUlPa. WALNUT CHAMHUK SUITS. PARLOR SUITS IN VELVET PLT78H. PAHLOK SUI'lS IN HAIR CLOTH. PARLOR blllTH IN REPS. Sideboards, Extension Tables, Wardrobes, Book' cases, Mattresses, Lounges, etc. etc P. P. rITINE, 8 1 m N. K. corner SVOONJJ aod RACE Streets. g ST ACLISHED 1795. A. S. ROBINSON. French Plate Looking-Glasses, BNGRAVINGB, PAINTINGS, DRAWINGS, KTC Haaafactursr of all ktlad of LOOHIM-LAsll, I-JBTBAIT, AMD PIO TUBE FBAOIKM TO OBDEB. No. GIO OHE8NUT STREET THIRD DOOR ABOVE THE CONTINENTAL, FHTI.ADltI.PHT A. 11 FURS. 1867. FALL AND WINTER. 1867 FUR HOUSE. (Established In 1818.) The undersigned Invite the special attention of the Ladles to their large stock of XTJ.Bg, consisting of Muffs, Tipoets, Collars, Etc.. m RUSSIAN 8 ABLE, HUDSON'S BAT SABLE, MINK BABLB BOYAL ERMINE, CHINCHILLA, FITOH, ETC AU Of the LATEST STYLES, SUPERIOR FINISH, and ai reasonable prices, . Ladles In mourning will dad handsome article PERBIANNEti and BIMIAS; the Utter a moat beao tlrnl Inr. CARRIAGE BOBES, BLEIQH ROBES, and FOOT MUFFS, In great variety, A. K. & F. K. WOMRATH, 9114m HO. 417 ARCH STREET. Aj-W'lll remove to our new Store, Mo. 1212 Chesnut street, about May 1. 1HH8. ANCY FUR 8. The subscriber having recently returned from Enrope with an entirely new stock of r u it s Ol his own selection, would offer the same to his cus tomers, made tip in the latest styles, and at reduced prices, at bis OLD ESTABLISHED STORE, HO. ISO NORTH THIRD STREET, 10 262mrp ABOVE ARCH. JAMES REISKY. Internal revenue PRINCIPAL DEPOT FOB TBS 8 ALB OP UNITED STATES REVENUE STAMPS, No. 304 OHESNUT Street. CENTRA!. DEPOT, No. 103 South FIFTH Street (One door below Obettnnt street). ESTABLISHED 1863. Oar stock comprises all the denominations printed by the Government, ALL ORDERS FILLED AND FORWARDED BY MAIL OR EXPRESS IMMEflATELY UPON RE CEIPT, a matter of great Importance, Drafts on Philadelphia, Post Otllce Orders, Green backs, and National Bank Notes, received In pay ment. :Thelollowlng rates ol commission are allowed Bn i0. - ..TWO PER CENT From r 10 $100.. ......FOUR1 PER CENT From S1U0 upwards.... FOUR AND A HALE PER UT The Commission Is payable In stamps. AH orders, etc.. should be addressed to STAMP AUEN1IT, No. 304 CHESNUT Street, PHILADELPHIA. ORDERS RECEIVED FO STAMPED CHECKS DRAFTS, RECEIPTS. ETC. 1122 LUMBER. QCI7 SELECT WHITE PIKE BOARDS 1UU I AND PLANK. o-, 0-1, ?s a, MUU 1 UJUU CHOICE PANEL AND 1st COMMON, Is feetlOBg 1-4, 6-, s-4. mi. I, ana t men WHITE PINE. PANEL PATTERN PLANKi LARUE AND SUPERIOR STOCK ON HAND, 1867 -BUILDING! BUILDING . BUILDIJNUI LUMBER I LUMBER I LUMBEBI 4-4 CAROLINA FLOORING. 6-4 CAROLINA FLUORINS. 4-4 DELAWARE FLOOHINU. M DELAWARE FLOISRINU, WHITE PINE FIA()llLN(i, ASH FLOORING. WALNUT FLOOKINQ, SPRUCE FLOORINU, STEP BOARDS, RAIL PLANK. PLAHTKKINU LATH. 1867; CEDAR AND CYPRESS SHINGLES. 1867. -WALNUT BOARDS. WALNUT rLAMt, WALNUT BO A K DS. WALNUT PLANK. LARGE STUCK SEASONED. 1867. LUMBER FOR UNDERTAKERS LUMBER FOR UNDERTAKERS I RED CEDAR. WALNUT. AND PINE. 1867 ALBANY LUMBER OF ALLKINDi . ALHAN Y LUM KKR OF ALL KINDS, DRY POPLAR, CHERRY, AND ASH, OAK PLANK AND BOARDS. MAHOGANY. ROSEWOOD. AND WALNUT VENEERS. - ocn ciuar-uox manufactubers. XXjyJ I C1UAK-1SOX MANUKACI'URERS, bl-AMfM I IWAH riGA UUAHUH, 1 QW7 ' SPRUCf. JOIST I bl'RUCE JOISl1 J VT f t rJPKUCJC JU1BI I V Wrna IS 1U sx f cai LAjiur. BUPEKiOR NORWAY SCANTLING. MAULE. BROTHER & CO., ( 1 rpl No. tf' SOUTH STREET. II S. BUILDERS' MILL. ft ON. M. !. AND 9 . FIFTEENTH T. ESLEB Si BEO., Proprietora. Always on band, made of the Best Seasoned Lumbal at low prices, WOOD MOULDINGS, BRACKETS, BALUSTERS, AND NEWELS. New an Balusters. Bracket and Wood Monidings. WOOD MOULDINGS. BRACKETS, BALUSTERS AND NEWELS. Walnut and Ash Band Barling, t, IX. and t Inches. BUTTKRNUT. OHESNUT, And WALNUT MOULDINGS to ura.r. I U INSURANCE COMPANIES. -LU-tWiS I I Franklin Tire Insurance Co. or riiiK.ADEi.rniA, OFFICE; KM. lit AND 437 CHESKCT MTBEET. AETS OH OCTOBCB 1,1967, fjatOan.seii. rapltal.. -...., Accrued burplua. tOfl.OOOTO l.("'tf.7H.V(U l,17JWUO premiums. liHiiH .... ...I ..a. UNSETTLED CLAIMS, INCOMB FOR 1867, io,auo. tn 1 JAiSSUt PAID SINCE lSa OVER 9,500,000. rnetual and Temporary Pollclecon Liberal Terms, DIRECTORS. Charles N. Bancker, George Falea, looms waguer, Bamuel Grant, A ureu ritier, Franols W. Lewis, M, D Thomas Mparks, Meorge W, Klcbardi, Isaac Lea, W illiam ft. urant, . llAKL'KJCR. Prmfnani. CHARLES N UKUkUK EA1.EH. Vlce-Prealdant. J. W, McALLIMTER. Meoretary pro tern. 1 tL2 81 BROOKLYN LIFE INSURANCE Or HEW TOBKf JIIITVaL, POLICIES NON-FORFEITABLE. Thirty days grace given In payment ot Premiums. No extra charge for residence or travel In any portion of the world. Dividends declared aanaaUy, and paid In cash, Dividend la 1807, 10 per cent. COLTON & SHELDEN, GENERAL AGENTS, K. E. CORNER SEVENTH AMD CIIESNTJT. Agents and Solicitors wanted In all the cities and towns In Pennsylvania and Bouthern Kew Jer- INSURANCE COMPANY OP NCltTH AMERICA: OFFICE, No. 232 WALNUT ST., PHILADELPHIA. INCORPORATED 1794. CHARTER PERPETUAL CAPITA!,, 9500,000. ASSETS JAN VABY 8, 1807 91,76B,07'80 INSURES MARINE, INLAND TRANSP0RTA- 11VJX ANl 1'IKH RISKS. DIRECTORS. Arthur O. Coffin, Samuel W. Jones, J on ii A. Brown, Charles Taylor, Ambrose whim, Richard D. Wood, William Welsh, S. Morris Wain, George L. Harrison, .Edward H. Trotter, Edward s. Clarke, William Cummlugs, T. Ch.riton Henry, Alfred D. Jeisup, John P. White. juiiu juasonM Louis C. Madeira. ARTHTJ It O. Cill'PiM o.,.i,it CHARI.KH Platt. Kecreturv. ' WILLIAM BUEHLEK. flarrlqhnrir T r-o..i .v. .u7 ...n.u ui a DlluojlVHUIUi i Mil QIRARD FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY. (No. 639) N. E. COR. CLTE3NUT AND SEVENTH STS., PHILADELPHIA. CAPITA!. AND HCBPLUM OTEB 9300,000. 1NC49IE rUB 1806, 9103,031, Losses Paid and Accrued in 1806, 947,000. Of which amonnt not t&ioo remain nnnald at this data f iiiu.i uu.uiu oi propervy uaajueen .ucceBsiuny insured by this Company In thlrteeu years, aud Eight liun- uieu Aiuaoes uy r ire pruuipvijr jmiu. DIRECTORS. Thomas Craven suas merges, jr., AUred S. Gillett, N. S. Lawreuce, Cbarlis I. Dupont, Henrv E. Knnv. Furtuan hbeppard, Thi mas MacEellar,) Jo tin W.Uttghorn, 1. Tf i . . . . - " - rfunfJU xlK,ip, in. u. ITHOMas CRAVEN, President". A. B. GILLETT, Vice-President. gZ2fmw JAMES B. ALVORD, Secretary. TDKOVIDEKT LIFE AND TRUST COMPANY, io. in a. luuniu rti reft. INCORfORATED 8d MONTH VZ, 1865, CAPITAL. SlSU.OOH. PAID Irf. Insurance on Lives, by Yearly Premiums: or bv B. . AU, ur u rr rrcuiiuuje, Liuu-iurieiiure. Annuities granted on favorable erms, lerm Policies. Children's Endowments. A uta win yuujr . nunc itiuk uig lUBureu buoBtmuribjr ol a paid-up Capital, will divide the entire prolits ol n v. i.. f.... ........ i.ii - i i . . i . . i. uie uuBiui-BH Huiuug fu, puuuy uoiuers, moneys rtceivea at interest, anu nam on aemana. Authorized by cbarter to execute Trusts, and to ast and in other hduclury capacities, under appointment oi any court oi tins commonweaun, or any peraoa or persuii.. ur uouiea puiiLiu ur i-urporattk SAMUEL B. SniPLEY, j l m d "r TTiTwtra JUM1UA XI, UlUtVXUB, RICHARD WOOD, RICHARD CADBURY. T. WISTAR BROWN, W. C. LONUSTRETH, WILLIAM. itAvHAO, SAMUEL R. SH I PLUY. ROWLAND PARRY. i-reMdent. Actuary, w J I'Lij A m v. LUAGSTKHiijU. V ice-rresiueut. TBOMAS WISTAR. M D., J. B. TOWNSEND, 7 27 Medical Examiner. Legal Adviser. piRE INSURANCE. LIVEBPOOL AND LONDON AND OLOBE INStlUACi: COMPANY. AMNETM O VEB....................... 9 1 6,000,000 INVENTED IN THE V. S, O VEU.01,800,000 PHILADELPHIA BOARD. Lemuel Colli n, Kaq., ICbarlea S. Smith. Esq.. Joseph W, Lewis, Esq., Henry A. Duhrlug, Eaq., j!.uwaru Biter, uq, All losses promptly adjusted without reference to England. ril JLLt'lllA Ul r ltD, Ho. 6 MERCHANTS? EXCIIA NOE, ATWOOD SMITH, 10 17 thstndml General Agent for Pennsylvania. -piICEMX INSURANCE COMPANY OF PHI- LADf.l.rillA, INCOltfGllA'l ED 18U4 UHAItlEU PEKPETUAL. jso. w al.ui v i nireei, uiiposue me j!.xoiiauge. AUis vouiuauy uiBures inu iubb ur uamuge oy FIRE, on liberal terms on muhuiiiks, merchandise, fur niture, etc., lor limited periods, aud permanently on nuiioiniiS ny aepohii. ui ureiumui. Tbe Company has been in active operation for more than SIX'IY YEARS, during which ail ,'oasos have been promptly ai'juaieu anu paiu. ILL i UKn. John L. Hodge, David Lewis, M. B. Maiiony, John T. Lewis, W llliam S. Grant, Hubert W. Learning, D. Clark Wharton, Lawreuce Lewio, Jr.. Keujuuiln siting, Thomas 11. Powers, A. R. Molienry, hdmuiid Castlllon, Samuel Wilcox, Louis C Norrls. iunn iv. vv UCHEREK, President. Samuel Wiloox, Secretary. TiMRE INbURANCE JCXCLU8IVELY.THH X1 PENNSYLVANIA FIRE INSURANCE COM- PA NY Incorporatea lBa Guarter rerpetuai jno, 610 WALNUT Street, opposite Independeuce Square, This Company, favorably known to tneoommuully lor over forty years, continues to Insure against loo or damage by fire on Public or Private Bulldluga, either our uiaoeiiLl v or fur a limited time. Also, on Furniture, Stocks of Goods, aud Merchandise gene rally, ou nuarai Mtrma. 1 heir Caidial. touetber with a large Bnrplu nnL S Invested In the most careful manner, which enablea ttieoi' o oner to the luaurea an buuouomm seuULrlly in the caa of loss. . PIBBOTOBS, Daniel Smith. Jr., John Devereax, Alexander lie at on, I Thomas Smith. Isaai' Haslehorst, I Henry Lewis, Thomaa Bobbins, J, Giillnghaiu fell, ianiei fiaanocs, jr. DANIEL sm ITH, J., President, WnxiAM a. CMwaxitMsueuu .! SHIPPING -iiii!teiM.AI uUf.,NHI0VN. 1'"'I',ie!sai tugBEMI-WEEKLY,carrylng the United si.les Mnlls. Cll V OK ANTW ERP.... Ra'urday, December 88 (11 Y UFldNDOS Huluidy, January 4 C ITY OF WASHINGTON Saturday, Janunry II El NA .. Haiurdi'y, Jnnunry 18 CITY OF BOSiON Saturday, Jannnrv Its and earn ftiicrepding Saturday, at noon, from Pier No. sofvivin itiver. Kates of l's-'nsire bv the Mall Steamer snlllmr EVERY frAI IKIIAVi Payable In Gold. I Payable In Currenoy. Fu-st (blu- lino steerage ...., ..fir to ixniou. imi to iinucju .. hs to Paris llfi " to Parln AS Psssaee bv the Wednrsdav steamers: Vtrst hlo. tlln; Mecrene f.iO. Payable in United statm cut reucy. 'n.sentiers alno forwarded to Havre. Hamburg, Bre men, etc., at mi derate rates steerage ps'sne from Liverpool or (jusetisiown, W. currenoy. Tickets can be bought here by persons sendiug for their friends. For further lnlurmallon apply at the Comnauv's otllres, JOHN O DA I.K Agent, 12 K No. 411 CHESNUT Street, i'hlla. HTrTlTrT H!T71T11XT pvn iirmrTfl wuib COMPANY. Throngb L.ln to California, ! Ponama or Nicaragua. Pa'llne from New York December 5th and inth January 6th, 1Mb, and iiftth, and February lath and 2.jili, with New Steamships ol the First-class. Passage Lower than by any other Line. For turther Information addri ss tbe nnderslcned at No, 177 WEST Street. New Yorlr. X). JN. tAKHlHUWB, Agent. Or THOMAS R. HKARI.K, No. 217 WALNUT Street. 12 1 3m Philadelphia, Pa. S?Frt PAB8AGE TO AND FIW HHEdiLA GREAT BRITAIN AND IRF.LANB ax biAAiiiMiir asxli baiijIinu rAVAHilk AT REDUCED RATKH. DRAFTS AV A I LA B I.E TH RO UG H O UT ENOLANl JItf:L.AIND, BWlliAJMU, AiV WALIOj, For partloulura apply to i a rnwi m, BKirin KKa at LJ- ICTn U QATWU L . ...... .1 o. ID... Till'. XT 11 OrtoTHOB.T. SEA RLE. No. 217 WALNUT THE PHILADELPHIA AND SOUTHERN MAIL STEAMSHIP COM- AiN 's BKOULAK SEMI-MONTHLY LINE. tUK MEW OHI.EAKM. LA., VIA HAVANA, tl V A A A 1 n. 1.1U tUUD VDiyMIU A JT UVAIQ, STAR OF THE UN ION.1H76 tons. Capt. T. N.ttooksey. The STAR OF THE UNION will leave for Ne v Orleans on Thursday, January 7, at 8 o'clock A. il from No. 18 South Wharves. The JUNIATA win leave New Orleans for this port on Saturday, January 4, 1 nrouuu Ollis Ol lauillK hikuvu lor imuui vu Diumig. Galveston, Natchez, Vicksburg, Memphis. Nashville, Cairo, si. Louis, Louisvme, anu uiuciunau. Agents at New urieans, creevy jMCKerson, st vo. WILLIAM Im jAium uenerai Ageni, CHARLES E. D1LKES. FrelKbt A cent. 11 22 No. 814 S. Delaware aveuue. THE PHILADELPHIA AND SOUTHERN MAIL STEAMSHIP XJM- 'S BEGULAK hKMl-MUMIMLY LINE, IOH W1LMI.jTN. N. ('. The steainnhiu PIONEER. 812.tous, Captain J. Ben nett, will leave for the above Port on Saturday. December S8. at 6 o'clock; P. M.. irom Pier U South uttrven. Billor lading signed at tnrougu ana reduced rates to all principal points in xvortn Uttronnft. Agents at vumingion, worin s Liauiei. W 1LL1AA1 1m jam ueuerai Ageni, CHARLES E. DILKES, Prelght Ageut. 11 2z No. 314 S. Delaware avenue. riii.'. piiii.inr.i.piiii a w n SOUTHERN MAIL STEAMSHIP COM- TONA WANDA, 850 tons, Captaiu Win. Jennings, w umijng. H&o tons, uautain jacon 'real. The steamshlD WYOMING will leave for the above port ou Saturday, December 23, at 8 o clock.j M.. from Pier 1H South Wharves. Ttirouub Dassaee tickets sola, ana ireignt taiten rot all poinis In connection with the Georgia Central RaU- rOaU, W 1L.L.1 AAl Li. J A Ur.l, UBUWUI &gUUI CHARLES E DILKES, Frelgut Agent, No. 814 S. DELAW AKE Avenue. Agents at Savannah, Hunter fe Gammell. 11 22 PHILADELPHIA. RICHMOND . AND NORFOLK STEAMSHIP LINK. .THROUGH A1B LINE TO THE MOUTH AND Wilis 11 THROUGH RECEIPTS TO NEW BERN, Also all Dolnta In North and South Curollna. vl Seaboard anu Koanoke Kaiiroaa, ana to juynennurg IT. r. . .. . . .1 V. n via All.lf,llb. I'fll .... V AVUUvnoco nuu uv . . v, ' ...... . - burg, South-side Kailroad, aud Richmond and Dau- .III. Uullrniul. Tim recularitv. safety and cheapness of this ronte oommend it to the public as the most desirable medium lor carry iue every aescnptiouoi ireignt. No cbarge for commission, arayage, or any expense or transier. . . . Steamships Insure at lowest rates, and leave regu larly irom nrst wuari auove maraek street. WILLIAM P. CLYDE A CO.. No. 14 North and South WHARVES. W. P. PORTER. Ageut at Richmoud and city jyoiui. T. Mr. tnuwUxL at VAi., Agenia at jnonoiK. s 1 OPPOSITION TO MONO "IrZrTTtTQL- DAILY LINE FOR BALT1 MORE, via Chesapeake aud Phlladeipbia ana .Baltimore union Steamboat Com. nar.v. daily at 8 o'clock P. M. Ibe Steamers of this line are now plying reenlarlv oetween this port and Baltimore, leaviug the Pier No. 2 N. Delaware aveuue, above Market street dally .at L o ciock tr. Bt tsunuays excepwu;. Carrying all uescrlutlou of rreigui as tow as any ti hnr HnA. Kr.u.tit nanaien witn rreaE care, aeuvereo promptly, and forwarded to all polnia beyond tu terminus iree ui cuuiuiubiuu. Particular attention paid to the transportation of all description of Merchandise, .noises, carriage etc. etc. , , Fur lurtner miormauou apiuy m JOHN D. RUOFF, Agent, 5 18 No. 18 N. DELAWARE Aveuue, MEW EXPRESS LINE Tt Alexandria, Georgetown, aud Wasblugton. I D. C. via Chesapeake and Delaware Cunal, witb couuectlons at Alexandria Irom the most dlreot route for Lynobburg, Bristol, rinoxvuie, jNaanvLua TialiAn. and thA HouLhweat. Steamers leave regular ly uw mis bin wumi aeuvi Market street. jfreia receive-L7. No, 14 North and South Wharves,' T It T1AVTDRON Airant at Georeelowa. M. ELDRXDUE A Co.. Ageuta at Alexandria, Vl uua. , FOB NEW TOBK, VIA DELA vnrA tnn Kuril.. j!.AUres Steamboat company rjteam rropeuen Iprvb Dally from tint wharf below Market street. ThroiiKh In twenty-four hours. Goods forwarded to all points. North, East, and West, free of oommuwlon, FrelkUt receiveu ai iuq iuwwi i mm. XI " WM. P. CLYDE & CO., Agents, xso, ii bouia nuarves. TAMirs ttand. Asrent. No. 104 Wall street .New York. 1U PR NEW TOUHr-SWIPI- hTlkETrausuorlallou Comnauy De- rTfi, :z::i snatch aud swlfuiure Llusa. via Dela- vlkih .nil Kurltau (jauai, ou auu wm m u March, leaviug dally at 12 M. and B P, M, couueotlug With all Northern aud Eastern Hues. For IreiKht. which will be taken on accommodating terms, apply w ,ltiuu ....nAm HI No, IXi S. DELAWARE Avenue. SPFft TO SHIP CAPTAINS AND OWNERS. JJ! J J' The uuderNitmedhavlUK leased the KEN- t)iiu ION SCREW DOCK, begs to lulorm his fneuds aud the patrons of tbe Dock ihat be Is prepared with lucrehbeu lacuuies to accoujiuuui.B mwa ilviuk swiu.li! to he ruised or renal red. aud belli k a Practical ship-carpenter and caulker, will give personal atlou- o. i. t il. u vvniH antriiHted to him for reoulrs. Captains or Ageuls.snip-Carpeutersaud Macninlsts having vessels to lepair, are souuiieu vo can, iibihii the auencv for tlie sale ol " Welterstedts' Patent Meiail'e Couiposltlou" for Copper paint, for the preservation ol vessels' bottoms, tor this city, I am oreuareU to luruian iue snmeou reanuunuio itjruio. Keubinirton Screw Dock. 1 DELAWARE A veuue.aoove Laurel street. "I0TT0N AND FLAX, Of all numbers and brands Tent, Awning, Trunk, and Wagon Cover Duo Also, Paper Manufacturers' Drier tens, rrom oue.i several feet wide; Pauling, Belting, Sail Twine, eto. JOHN. W. isVEllAlAN & CU., 1 81 Ma. 1U8 JONES' Alley. r0D0ER8' AND WOSTENHOLM'3 POCKET LV KN1VKH, Pea-land Stag Handles, of beautiful finish. BODGE Its' and WaDK A BUTCH Kit's RAZORS, and tbe celebratea LEUOULTAtE AtAoll SCISSORS of the tineHt quality. Bar.ors, E nlves, KclnHorH and Table Cutlery Ground and Polished al P. MADEIRA'S, No. 114 TENTH Street, below Chesuuk ojop PRIVY WELLS OWNERS OK PROPERTY The only place to get Privy Well cleaned and tnainiectea at very low price. A. PEYSON, Bfannfhctnrer of Poudrette, CM GOTJ1RMITUS HALL. LI BRAKY bUMit L5ST. LOST ON THE NIGnT OP TlTb 8th. a simile DIAMOND PIN. old-fashioned Bet ting, with a small brilliant uear tbe catch. Full value paid, U relurud 10 No. U bvuth FOURTH bt, M 10 RAILROAD LINES. CAMDEN I 4 .and Amboy and Plilladelpblaand Pnl'road Company's Lines. from Plilladelphl d Trenton a to New York and Wav Places, from WALNUT street Wharf. will leave as follow s, vlr..: yark. At 6 A. M. via Cnniden and Amboy Accom. IM A t 8 A. M., via Camden aud Jersey City, Express Mall. At i P. M .via Camden and Jersey City Kxprees 8 (Hi At 8 P. M.. via Camden and Amboy. Ac- fist class. 2'ZS rommndatlon and Kmlurant 12il Mu. im At 6 A M. and 2 P. M. for Freehold. At 8 and in A. M i aud a w P. M for Trenton. At . 8. ami Kl A. M.. 1 9 am. 4'1UI. and S P M tnr Bord mown. At 8 and 10 A.M. I. e. n fun. and P XT fnr Florence. At 6. 8. and in a, M.. I. 2. 3m 4-ftO. 8. and 11 3n p. M . for Burlli gion, Beverly, and Delanco. At s ana iu a. m., i, i, ji, n, and lrno p, M. tor Edgemater, Riverside, Riverton, and Palmyra. At and 10 A. M.. 1. 8. tuil ll ao P. M . f,.r Flli House. . . Thel ana n-'i i M. Lines leave Irom Market Street Ferrv. upper side. LI N EW KS 1'IIOM KF.XRIWlTnw nr-inT Will leave as follows: At 11 A. M.. via Kens ncrton and Junur nir. K Y ork Kxprer-s Line, Fare. (.1. t At Sand 11 A. M., 2i. i-M, and 8 P. M., for Trenton and Hr stol. And at 1015 A. M. for Bristol. At 8 and 11 A. M.. 280 and B P.M.. far Mnrrla. vilie and Tally to n. At 8 and 10 )5 a. M., 2'30 and 8 P. M for Schenck'a and ddington. At 8 ami 10-15 A. M S-80, 4. 8, and P. M., fbr Cornwells, loiresdale, Holineahurg, Tacoiiy, Wlssl- nonilng, llrldenliurg, and Frankford, and at 8 P. AL. for HolmentiorK and lnteimedlate stations. BELV1DERE DELA WAKE RAILROAD .LINES. .... rom KensliiKton Deivot. At 8 A. M. for NlHtfurS KilIIiL ltniri.t1 TlnnM.I. Canandalgua, Elmlra, Ithaca, Owegs, Ronneiter! Blngbamton, Oswego, Syracuse. Great Bend, Moil. trose, wiiKesbarre, Scraulon, Strondsburg, Water Gap, eto , etc. At 8 A.M. and 8-80 P. M for Belvldere, Easton, Lanibertvllle, r'lemlngtnn, etc. The 8'30 P. M. l.lnn connects direct with the Train leaving Eaaton for Mauch Chunk, Allentowu, Bethle hem, etc. At 8 P. M. ior Lambertvllle and Intermediate sta tions. Lines from West Philadelphia Denot. via Conner. lng Railway, will leave as follows: At 9 ii0 A. M.. and 1'80, 6'8". and 12 P. M.. New Vnrk Express Lines, via Jersey City. Fure. t ii. . The V so A. M. and 8-so p. M. Lines will run dally. All others, Sundays excepted. At V'M A. M., 1 '80, 8 i, and 12 P. M. for Trenton. At 'S0 A. M 6'80 and li P. M. for Bristol. At 12 P. M. (nlirbt). for Morrlsvilte. Tullvtnwn. Pciienck's, Eddlngton, Cornwells, Torresdalo, Hoimesnurg,-lacouy, wis"iuoming, uriuesourg, aud Frank ford. December le, ibw. wm. h. gatzmer, Agent. )EILADELPI1IA, WILMINGTON AND BAL TIMORE RAILROAD. TIME TABLE. Commencing Monday. Sentember 80. 1807. Trains will leave Denot, corner BKOAD Street aud WASH- luiun Avenue, as ioiiows: way Mall 'l tain at 8 o A. M. (nundays excepted1, for Baltimore, stopping at all regular stations. Con necline with Devaware Bnllroad at WilmlnuLnn for Crlsheld and Intermediate stations. Express Train at iu M. (Sundays excepted), for Bal timore and Washington. Ex press Train at 8'so r. ni. (sunnays excepted) for Baltimore and Washington, stopping at Chester. Thurlow, Lluwood, Clay moot, Wilmington, New port, staniou, isewarit, r.iKioo, noiineaai, unarles town, Perryvllle, H avre-de-O race, Aberdeen, Perry man's, Edgewood. Magnolia. Chase's, and blemmer's Rn-.. . jsigni .express at u-uu sr. so., (aanyj tor Baltimore and Washington. Connects at Wilmington (Satur days excepted) with Delaware Railroad Line, stop ping at Newcastle, Middletown, Clayton, Dover, Har rington, Sealord, Salisbury, Princess Anne, and con necting at Crlslield with Boat for Fortress Monroe, orioia, roriHinouiu, anu iue oouiu. Passengers lor fortress Monroe and Norfolk, vln Baltimore, will take tbe 12 M. Train. Via Crlslield will take the 1100 P. M. Train. WILMlNt-TON TKAINS. Stopping at all Stations between Philadelphia and Wilmington. Leave i'liiiaaeipuia at l-so, 4 mi, s'W, ana irjo (dally) P, M. The 4'80 P. M. Train connects with Delaware Railroad for Milrord and Intermediate stations. The 6 (o P. M. Train runs to New Cattle. Leave Wilmington at 7 and 8 A. M., 400 and 8'30 (dally) P.M. x num jinijiiinuna j . J rniLAi;r.Lrni&, Leave Baltimore 7-26 A. Jf.. Way Mail: 8-35 A.M.. Express: 215 P. M.. Exureaa: 8-35 P.!M.. Exnress: 8 85 1". ... Ex press. . bunuAi inAin r uu.u flabiimuivr.. Leaves Baltimore at 8'56 P. M.. stonnlnir at Havre- de-Grace, Perryvllle, and Wilmington. Also 8 lops at Northeast, Elkton, and Newark, to take passengers lor Philadelphia aud leave passengers from Washing- ten or liuRimore. ana at uiienier to leave passengers Irom 'Wsfthtnittou or Baltimore. Thrnnah Tlnlceta to all noinls West. South, and 1-SoutbweHt may be procured at the Ticket UlUce, No. Kit u r "treel, uuuer me joniinemai Iioiol, where, also, state-rooms ana bertbs in sleeping-cars can be secured during the day. Persons purchasing tickets at this oltlce can have their baggage cbeckea s of . ja.. nrix Jan. x , Dunerinienueuu TXTEST CHESTER AND PHILADELPHIA f V Jb&AJUJUlfAjLf, VIA AlhinA, vh iuvn aso. m ottuuri i, ioti, A iniua will lea v e iepe t, TH X KT Y-FI KiST aud CttfifciW UT tttreeU, fin (Ann afua Mivni V t ini.h... n t ut m..i n t vv wi a iiiiituBiuuitt, ma roiiows: 11 A. M., 2-80 P. M 416 P. M., 4 S0 P. M., 6'. 6 P. AL. aud 11 'so r. ju. Leave West Chester for Philadelphia, from Derxv. on East Market street, at flo A. M., 7'4S A. M S iO ana iu-o a. ju., i r. m., 4 00 ana 6 03 tr, M.. THiln. IaavIiib WmI 1'Iih.Ia. al fi-fl A VT mJI lng Phllatleliiliia at 4'50 P. M., will stop' at B. U Juuc- UOU RUU ruin vui., Passeugera to or irom stations oetween West Ches ter and B. C. junction going eust, will take train leaving west unesier vi& a. m.., and going weal will take train leaving Philadelphia at 4-50 T. if transier i n. u. uuuhuii. Tbe cuesuut ana waiuui. mrai atom connect with al 1 tt tha &hnvA trains. carryiUft nassAnirnra Han Chesuut street, past the principal hotels aud the Cam den and Amboy RR. orlice. at Walnut street whart " ,,, m 1 A. 1 . A, tn I.. nn.ttM . A II V llini SVCV Otl v(Li ' " snsvauai an UDUPUi at Thlrty-tirst aud Market streets, ou the arrival oi eacn train, to convey iMwociiKuin iuiu uiu city; ana for lines leavinn the Deuot take the cars on Market street, the last car connecting with each train leaviug Front aud Market streets thirty mluuUjs previous to departure. mo onvn a vd Leave Philadelphia at b'80 A. M. and I P. M. Wv Wmi Cbealer at 7'6fi A. M. and 4 P. M. Tl.. 1 11. nni. Ik rHHi'hwl directly bv the Chesnutnnd Walnut streets cars. Those of the Market street Hue run w lthln one square. The cars ol both linen connect with each train upon its arrival. Trains leaving Pblladeipnia at ol, ana 4 -so r, M.. uid IxHvinir West Chester at 8'00 A. M. and 4'60 P. M.. connect al B. C. Junction with trains on P. and B. (!. R. K. for Oxford and Intermediate points. Passengers are allowea to take wearing apparel only, as baggage, and tbe Company will not In any case be responsible for an amount exceeding one hun dred dollars, unless a special contract Is made for,ths game. . . rrsw, 4 LS U0UM Duiieruiwiuupuii DH1LADELPUIA AND ERIE RAILROAD. L WINTER TIME TABLE. Tbronrh and direct route between Philadelphia, nun i,,,,, re. Harrlsburg. Wililamsport. and the Great Oil Beulon or rennsyivauia. hi. Ml. .ra 1 , r. 1: 1 i.im va..v . . . . . . " . . . a. iib. un ana alter muwjjA .nuicuiun .u, .wo .no .tmius On the Pliliaaeipuia anu ju wuuuwi nui run aa lollows: TV Btn I tt v. Mall Train leaves Philadelphia.........,.., 11'15 P. M. leaves tihibu"1'u1 , 8 05 A, M, . 8'00 p. M, 12'00 noon, , 8-80 P. M, 8-45 A. M, " arrives at Erie Erie Express leaves Philadelphia., o n leaves WiUiamsporl i. " arrives at Erie Elmlra Mall leaves Philadelphia...... 1, uaves Wiillamsiiort 0 VAJ A JjLLs - a-n p. n arrives at Lock Haveu........MH T 45 P. M. JLAUTWAJtU. Mall Train leaves Erie .............10'2.5 A. M. " " leaves Wllliaiusporl...MM ...ra..M.ll'&A P. M, arrives at Pblladelpuia-............ s on a, ju, Erie HxDreas leaves Erie .....m..m 4 24 P. M. " " leaves WIlliauiKiiort 8'6J A. M, " arrives at puuaueipnia. i w r, ni. Elmlra Mall leaves Lock liaveu. ........... 710 A. M. leaves Wllllauiuport. 8 85 A.M. " arrives at Phlladeluh la ....810 P.M. Mall and Express connect with all trains on Warren and FranklinRallway, Passengers leaving Phlladel. ph la at 12-00 M. arrive atlrvluetou at 8 '40 A, it. aud Oil city at K'.'io A. M. Leaving Pbiiadelpnl at H'lS P M., arrive at OI Clio .1 A-UA l M All trains on Warran and Franklin Railway make. close connections at Oil City with trains for Franklin and Petroleum Centre, Baggage cnecaeo 1 turougn, ALr lULl) A TYLElt, 111 Ueneral Buperlnteudunl, TTTERT JERSEY RAILROAD LINES, FROM v V loot or UAHim.1 -street 1 v pper r erry , CommencluK TUESDAY. September 17, 1867. For Brldgelou, fcaieaa Vluelaud, MillvUle, and In termediate stations, 8'ou A. AL, auu 8'ttV r. au Fnr t une Mm 8'80 P. M. For Woodbury at 8'00 A. M.. and S'80 and S'OO P. M. Freight Train leaves Camden at li M. tuoonl daily. Freight will be received at Secoud Covered Wuarl Deiow waiuut street, rrom iw a. ai. unui s-uo f. m, Freight received before VuO A. At. will go forward tut SAitiA rlav. Freight DeMvery. No. K8 B. DELA WARB A venne. flu w iiAam rf, DAniiii, onperintajgiaeni. CAMDEN AND BURLINGTON COUNTY HAILKUAII. On and after MONDAY, December 16, 18A7. Trains will leave from foot of MARKET Street ("I'V ferry) for Mercbantvllle, Moorenlowu, Hn"'"'11' Masoovllle, Halneaport, Mount Holly, Haiiiu,1"" Evauavllle. Vlnceiitown, Blrmlugham, aud Pember loo, at 10 30 A. M. and 4 .V1 P. M. RF-T URN1NG. Leave Pemberton at 7 20 A. M. aud J-2" J M lave Mouut Holly at 7'45 A M. and i r. 1. ArviUSEMENTS. N EW CIIEHNUT KTREF.T TIIEATRB, !IOLinAY Wuif ViY,i,'HrHTM,A " 11 IS KVRNI iii D FAIUY HPK!, THE Oi PIECE. viinnilod mi fh lo;..'rA.'TL":- C I N I'KhK , a . A'e' OB, THE LITTLE til, ANHHi.ippirr, And entitled CEN KIiiliaj.n Prod ti red wlih new scenery. 20u new rotnme TH HF.K PHINC1PAL KOIXi DANokkh M'LLK ANNETTA GAI.LKTTI, ' MISS KATE PENHOYER. MON8. CABDKLLA, The Bent M ale Dsncer In the World. A BAI.LET OF 75 YOUNG LADIES, AND A BEAUTIFUL TRANSFORM ATIOM BljE.VE, MATINEE ON SATURDAY. M KS. JOHN DUKW'S ARCH 8TRSE1 THFATKE. Begins at 1 o'clock. "OLBS" FOIt CHRISTMAS WEEK. . THIS EVKN1NU, "OUR-." With all lis Grand Eflocts. T be Thundsr Storm, The Moonlight March, Hut at tebsNtnpol, e c. M Hs. JOHN DHKW as MARY NETT.EY. FRIDAY BENEFIT OK N KS. JOHN DREW. SATURDAY Last 'Ours" Matinee. MONDAY NFi'VT HO UT AT LAST. WALNUT BTBEKT THEATRE. THIS (Thurfday) EVENING, Deo. . LUCILLE WFTEHN will appear In her great Impemonatlons of LAUY ISABEL and MADAM.H VINE, In C. W. Tsyleure's moral dramaof EAST LYNNE) OR, 1 HE ELoPKMENT. J. B. Roberts as , Sir Francis l.evlsoit This p ay Is a draiiiailr.alion of Mrs. Henry Wood's best novel, tbe proof of which may be nightly seem In the sobs aud tears of sympathy, FRIDAY BFNEFTT OF LUCILLE WESTERN.' FOX'S AMI MCAN VAUIETY THEATRES . EVERY EVENIKG AND SATURDAY AFTERNOON. OREAT COMBINATION TROUPR, In Grand Bullets Ethiopian Burlesques, bongs, Danc4 ' Pantomimes, Gymnast Acts. etc. VTEW PHILADELrillA OPERA II0USH XN SEVENTH street, below Arcn. L. V. lUNltON dt CO ... Proprletoi 1UNISON A Co.'S MINSTbJSLS. FIRM' APPEARANCE OF SANTA CLAUS-, On Wednesday, aud on every evening thereafter tlli further notice. MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL! Fanta daunt Santa Clans 1 1 Santa Clans !! I A NEW SPECTACLE FOR THE HOLI DAYS! A TREAT FOR THE LITTLE ONES. ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS' WORTH OF TOYS WILL BE DISTRIBUTED, First appearance of JOHNNY MACK. THE CELEBRATED ETHIOPIAN GOMF.DIAY' Together with all the other celebrities ot this maino ' Uioiii troupe. MATINEE CHRISTMAS AFTERNOON, at 2 oclock. 1 FRIDAY EVENING, December 27, BENEFIT OF WILLIAM ALLEN. , Doors open at 7 o'clock. Commence at 8, Admission its, 60, and 75 centa. Boxes, tt. I HAVE COME. The far-famed, original, and only MORK1S BROTHERS' M INHTRHLH, AT CONCFRT HALL. MONDAY EVENING, De 23, and JSVf.n V n v r.i 1 ing ouring tne weeK. Alio. Il GRAND MATINEE ON CHRISTMAS AFTER-. , NOON, commencing at 2'? o'clock. BILLY MORRIS, the People's Comedian, with an en- 1 tlreiy new entertainment, enunen A TRIP AROUND THE WORLD. Admission, 26 cents. Reserved seats, SO cents. Doors open at M to 7, To commence at X to 8. RoxOflloannen from 10 A. M. to 1P.M. for tbesale OlsectiteAl stats. CH AS, A. MORRIS. Manager. 1218W8 ACADEMY OF MUSIC. EVERY EVENING I1I1S WH.H.H.. (( IMMENSE HUCOESH. 11 A J LUIS BB0 1I1H.H9. ndHUI UUIVO, ETHARDO. The Educated Poodles, Miniature Circus, New. Pantomime. .T M ATI NEK UN 8ATUKUAI AI IJI.lUtUUi.1, Matinee prices, 80 and Zh cents. Evening prices, l, 7fi, 60 and 2 cents. CARL BENTZ'8 ORCHESTRAL MATINEES. At 3', o clock, IN HORTICULTURAL HALL. Piano Solo-CARL KOESE. Package of Four Tickets for One Dollar, Single Tickets, 60 cents. To be had at Boner & Co.'s, No. 1102 Chesnut street,' r.nd at the door. Hmf HASSLEK'S MONDAY AFTERNOON CON , CERTS, at CONCERT HALL, EVERY MON DAY, from 8 tin 6 o'clock. Four tickets, IU thirty, fs. GERMANIA ORCHESTRA. PUBLIC EEJ heureals at the MUSICAL FUND HALL, every SATURDAY, at 8 1'. M. Tickets, sold at the door. ana at an principal music stores, f.ngagements caa be mude by addressing G. BASTEBT. No. 12.H MUN. TEREY Street, or at B, WILLIG'H Music Store, No im tjuiLr u i ntreet. 10 urn INSTRUCTION. gTEVHNSDALE INSTITUTE. BOARDING BCDTOOL FOR YOUNG LADIIiS. Terms Board, Tuition, etc-per scholastic year,500 NO EXTRAS. Circa lars at Messrs. Fairbanks & Swing's, No. 711 CHESNUT Street; also at Messrs. T. B. terson Brothers', No. S06 CHESNUT Street. Address, personally or by note, N FOSTER BROWNE, Principal, 10 8 thmtt South Amboy, N. J. ENGINES, MACHINERY, ETC, tfffK PENN STEAM ENGINE AND 1 nT 1 lififaj BOILKR WORKS. NEAF1E & LEVY, L'KACTICAL AND THKOHCTii :a 1. 1'A'niNHKHH MACHINISTS, BOILEK-MAKEBS, BLACK SMITHS, and F'OUNDFJRh, having for many vears oeen in snccessim operation, ana been exoiiiBlvely engaged In building and repairing Marine aud Rlvec r.uKiuos, uigu iuTi-jiiriiaui.i aiuu .Doners, wetec Tanks, Propellers, etc., etc., respectfully oiler their, services to the public aa belug fully prepared to con tract for engines 01 an sizes, marine. River, and tlatlonary; having sets or patterns of different sizes, are prepared to execute orders with quick despatch. :vtry description of pattern-making made at tha' aboriest notice. High aud Low-presture Fine. Tubular, and Cylinder Boilers, of the best Pennsyl vania charcoal iron, lorgiugs or an Bizes ana Eluils; Iron and Brass Castiugs of all descriptions; Roll Turning. Pcrew Cutting, and all other work connected with the above business. Drawings aud specifications for all work done at the establishment free of charge, and work guar anteed. ... . , . Tbe suDscrioers nave ampis wuari-aoca room ro rt. fin nf boats, where thi v can lie In oerlect Mafetv. and are prt vlded with shears, blocks, lalis, etc. etc.. Ior raising ticavy or ugut weiguis. , J H I'D J, i.T cat xxu. JOHN P. LEVY, 8 1J BEACH and PALMER StreetaV f. VAUGHN MEBBICK, WILLIAM H. lUBBBlOBtl JOHl W. CO Pit S0UTIIWARK FOUNDRY, FIFILI AND WASHINGTON Streets, PHILADELPHIA. MERRICK dt SOSa, EVGINF.ERS AND MACHINISTS, manufacture High and Low Pressure Steam Engine, for Laud, River, and Marine Service. Rollers, Gasometers, Tanks, Iron Boats, eto. Caxtihgs of all kinds, either Iron or brans. lrou Franje Roots for Gas Works, Woikshops, and Railroad statloi 8, etc Retorts and Gas Machinery, of the latest and most Improved conctroct on. Every description of Plantation Machinery, and. Fugar, Saw, and Grist Mills, Vacuum Pans, Open Steam Trains, Delecators, Fillers, Pumping En gines, etc Sole Agents for N. Blllenx's Patent Sugar Bolllntr Apparatus, Nexroyth's Patent Sttam Hammer, and Atipluwall A Woolsey's Patent Ceutrifugal Sngac Draining Machine. 8 M BRIDESBURG MACHINE WORKS. OFFICE, NO. 65 N. FRONT STREET, We are prepared to 1111 orders to any extent tor oar well-known mnnTrmr MACHINERY FOR COTTON AND WOOLLENi Including all recent Improvement In Carding. Bplrn "'rnltaifentlon of manufacturer, to onr ex-. . tensive works. ALFRED JENK9 A, BONf. L7 ' vrTWVR-AEvT COURSE 0P LEC ELTURKH. 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