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THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRArH PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, JULY 3, 1808.
3
USTIXi THE WEIVIIT OF COIA.
From on article oil "Colu ana Colnlntr,' by
Joseph Kc)iou, ot the Royal Mint, Loudou.wa
cn'bcr the following tnterostintr information:
The auloiuatia weighing machine Intro
(lured at the Konl Mmt bv Captain Ilnruoi.
To Mr. Ja. M. Niipicr, the celebrated engineer,
ct 1 oi k Komi, Lambeth, however, must be
awarded gome ol the credit ot perfecting the
iiiK huriical BiTHUirctuent ol the apparatus. The
lli.nk of Knelaud bail previously alopted hu
Mitouiutio fjateni lor the deletion ud rcjec
lion ol light Bovereiifiio and. hftlf roverelsne,
nnl this circumctanca, no doubt, led to thp in
In.fiiiction oi a Mnular plan at the Miut. The
J'.Hiik ti!H'liiues took uo nv;uizace of too heavy
i-oiu; their objection only extended to those
lvlnch u ere too lit:ht.
It will lie lvahlv undentood that if the
h i ij i authorities allowed com to ccctpo whieii
vrr above he loiul maximum weigrjt it would
tf I! strongly mi'cii tne expenditure. If. ou the
r?.'riY, "l:i v pmaitiPil Lirut vice's to eo into
ti t' liiul of the public, the laf ter would be de
irmidi'd. Tlioe exicenclcs demanded more
complexity than was requr'd b.y tli li.uik auio
lijft'ir, nimliinos. The iiiCcIiiilic il problem in
o'vp'I in the Mint lequireinoul. was solved by
Mr, Napier, and h 8 m idline whs found toper
li.rtn its denciite and onerous function with un
ei riiitr cxn Inude. At presi nt there tiro seven
teen ol thee nlmt but lniuPthle pie ol the
accuracy ol weieht of ftittid ird gold and silver
cuius in the Wfigbiug Uooiu ot thd Mmt. The
nijiotiiiHit balances n, pear nlinoKt to be en
dowed with Hu Mi;iil'.y of thnuIii. Tney seem
to di'libpru'o, as it were, upon iiiii character ot
nifh piece of money fUNnittod to their
HMiitiutioii, and to acquit or coudetnii
scturdiiiit to the cvilenre adduced. Eucli
ii.Hchiiie in I 'liucd upon u lov iiecch or table
of cast iron. Mid in tir-t planet- thy might
he 'iii-takon for so niAti v kkqIoumi clock : e vvr"d
by Hans ci'n to protect tueir "0'k" Iro n
ilus-t and hiiuiidi' y, lu order to communicate
inotmti to i hen.', a line ot b m a 1 1 aud brightly
tun cii wniutilu iron i-bri'tih;. supported by
ni ui pcu'iunrt from the ccilini! above, i-pnne the
w ook" imiMi ci the up:ii't'nent. The tinning it
placi d iintm diateij over the iiiivclmics, and hue
gut baud.-- im-sing around pulleys descend
to corr- (ponoiiij; pullcjaon tlie fli-mna; i-p'ti-dies.
The lower penes of pulleys are iiiiiii-di
ntcly oit-idi- the ui:u-hme cased, tlirouirli hole
in whiib t lie Hidudles l urn. A siniill bnis
uiielit li ver, :iti' lied to ouch machine, Bvrves
to tiilUen the t;u band, s'jastoj;ive nioiion
to tiie coin-tee'cmia siidos, etc., wi'hiu tne
ra,',o. Tiny ii ictiou cluiche, adjuistitbk' by the
v ess-UP of the thumb nnd liiucer, rt'lovv ot thw
cuiiKtrenient or ili-eiiK,ii'eitieut o' eaeh machine
nt :t ii'oii.eiit r not'C'- In a remote corner of
the cit'kinjr room is plucd the mo'ive poer.
'J'U a coii- s .- el an ainifi.plier'c ( nj;iiie. which
.lo-i-i n-M'in !!, ex enriltv, a hih-oves-'ire
eteuin i iiC'iie. It ha-: U-.- r. Inuier, pi -ion, shoe
':ilie, !OTCl.ior, uud tll-ttLeel. 1! ncn'.li the
e, 1,1, far, an'l loi .ii ii.: f he beu-plite upen wh'cli
it io. t . i- ;i vneu'.m h-unMir ul c u?ider:ib!c
an i T'irf i cx'.iijt-'.ed b. iiu air-pinr.i. and
the exirni of ivieuo ion vvi.Ui.i the ciiaiuinr is
coi, iOlh d n.;il n jui.ite I bv a l'elici live uud
uiijurneiei u:ieL'c. uen ini3 n'.Miop!ieriu ino'.or J
oi the uutoni itic tiK'.cuine is i-ihji.,u'''(I to bu p
lM.'Wi'fl ill tiflinn. :l. kI.i i if'i ir'L: t ut'iiml Mtirl P
t .. , .. . v. , ..m. wm
coiemmocutioL is thus inndo with the airpu np.
& -mum ol u r i'oui the rcu then rusuis
tiiioiie'd a bed moil hel t i!)v of biu-s nud
(J'i-i-tcs li con the piitnn of tne enqjiae. Tne
in ut s mriiion follows as if ftctrn -vere ihc a-rut
in. plowed .0 edect it. The advahlM- f t this
nrt'Hua-:iii;nt is tliar. n unitorin rate of s-p;-ed is
0'';iio 'l Uir the ovrriieai sh:tfii;ir, b? the in-li-rvi
li'icn ol ix Mrap anil puiic.v, and .-o for
the automat c muc .one-;. v'iihout tbist uni
i'oi initv iiccuia e .vcili.ijir would b? au impossi
li lity. 1, litis Ik'Pti reoirtrked Unit "ih'.Jii who
tlnuic twice, be'ore RoeaKuij; otico, spoak twice
tlie better for it,'" t.ud it is cert 'iinly exact to
remark that itjc wtri 'liina balance which is
j.Doued clue time for acting will yield f ir more
irutniul result.- than tli.it whv;h is uyt. Cue ot
tl.e great princ'pl's ljece-sary to be observed in
Correct uuiuumlic wi'lyll lm is regularity of
Hiot.ion, and HnntliT uelibcratene.-. it has
been Mated that tut' 1 1 v of srri: viatinii i infal
lible, and i; i?o; ba-. it must bj ulloivct f ur
)h;v, and luid'im in time to in-ure that Lnlalli
li.litv. As the nmid ot a jndfro in a Court of
Justice niti't, it his decisions ar?to be just, be
alike uus'Arti'd by pn sion nnd bv pveju lie, so
in lift t he iiiiitc ui'titter.s of Miut coins be free
Iroui ditiirbiiti; causes of at. y kind, if their con
cluaioiis ate to be truthful. Having thus, as
lully us L'ircumstaiices will permit, explained
the various appliance for giving motion to tne
nu'iou.at c w-ii:iniic; in -ichiues, let us return
to '.he batches of coins which have been Irnna
leired to tt e judicial depariinent in which they
are placed. Wo will Mippo-e that od or Co
jowntts ot eovcieitrus, stamped, nulled, uud
appuieuily tilted tor tne business ol active life,
are i.bout to undertro the tual test of their hi-l.es-s
tor duty, uamelv. that of individual weitrht.
Tli y are blot weinlied in the iiiuntii,n s named,
by means ol a larije haud-bitlance, of which it
is ouly uecefhary to say that it is extremely
sensitive. The use of this primary weisjhiUL; lit
bulk is thut it may furnish a check upon the
wcik peop e hu are to feed the nutomators,
nnd otherwise wait upou them when id, action,
llaviu? noted mmateiy the actual weight of the
wuo!e importation of coiua, they are lorthivith
distributed aniODi; the 8idf-Hctin machines.
Each of the latter is surmounted by a spout,
placed at an a.'le, nnd supported by a
6trut. Thi ppout or Mid-3 is the receptacle
lor coins, and in it .hey are placed in rouleaux,
where ihy r'.it autil the machine is
Maried. Tn n a small pinto of steel, below the
tae of tne tpont, udvauces and re.'tcdea at a
speed ol twenty times either way per minute,
lu its advancing movement it presbei forward a
i-iuyie com uuu I n mts upon a tiny scale-pan,
loimuis pun of a tne steel rod, which is
del.cfiitly por-ed and to adjusted ai to move
the bt am, or to be moved by it, uj it may bd
too heavy or too lie bt. Above the oppo-ite cud
of the buiu dpetiU auoiherro, .'Irch, ter
niii.utiinf in a loop or c.ijr. at tue base ot the
inhume, suitnius a trla- eouu.crpoise wtiijht
ol tte Irjal minimum weight ot sovereign,
lii lo -v the Can, but not altached to it, is a
iiiinihlme "s.iirup" in which rests a piece of
plain urn wne (piat'iium is pre erred because it
in li'i-s liable o oxidation) ol the precise wt-isdit
of the I u il ilitlerence or "remedy'' allowed as ti
cnu ( nsaiion lr iinoer ccnou ol workmanship.
During the three secouds which each piece of
rein is pern itted to rest pou the scale, hs fate
or fortune is decided. If us eiht excteds the
li tt.l pn.ni ou iota, xt ua'iirnily depre ses the
oilier ii'i id' the beitn upon which il has been
pli.ted. and hS u i Oiiseience the other end is
raiMd, and with it the u:rp ai d reined r wire.
I'll is 'h la'al. The slide pif-tes 'orwti'd fuiother
cm dida e, and I (i is- bitter pushrs the cotnleinue,!
(i.,n od it.. "i-U. ami t'ike.s its place. Ttiii culprit
lii'l- throiiiih a il.it linn- tube, and is cjmluct'1d
ii.io thh ''too beimy" rece-s oelo .7 tho macliine,
tl ii e to au't i;s pimi-huu ul a velum to tho
Cfiieible. 1'ui! lowest ntlieuol' the coriiaic'in
tube is made to ibra:e ou r tiie three spaces ot
Piu's be u , and tile.-o lead li the liSibt,'1
' medium," ami "heavy" conn -at true t-. At t ie
iii-tuiii ihe to heavy cmn uerj disfinsied in'o
tho u.be, the I lw.-r iiiou ti ol'tae Utter was held
b , ;i inei hai l' al Biu-er, itelf LM.verne l by tho
uiovi u.ei.' id the btaui over Hie lai ermost or
'loo hrav" Mot. Tne miceeJin coiu
tt i:j, for lliumrui en, t- niopo ed lo err
ou '.he oihi r u!o oi the .fc(.n.dard. In
Ibis ckpp the pla-n coj'iterpoise deseinds,
ttii ili'iutiltcr is de ecied, uud euiniuurilv
ejictel into the coud.-t.iuu C II lor "litillt
wii;ht." Wli'-u an lLti-uiffdtie or mediaui
coin is v ac.d o the , mi, the him main taitis
its cti'.iiUbriinu (lining tiiewh' leof tlie thre.?
in iL'i.inus h'cmiiiI, Mud tiie com lecends into
tho 1 net epti d-' chanb-. In this way tn se
automaton j id.ses trv. and acquit or condemn
ftli coins KiiomiiieJ to Iheir judy uent. Tney
purr ue i he "even lei or ot thrir way" from morn
liH niulit, and eo'li-etivelv are cupnolt of
di c diru upon ti e t h irtie'ers, an I annrrfinp the
d:-tinies ol atU,(ioO soverei.'us per day I This
Msiem of a,)'o,na"o weichliiit i economical in
tho b,ub, st dreree; for. alt houith each machiut
lias cost more tbuu S10G0, tney have, to use a
common 'xpiesh n wll understood, paid for
thrrus'-lves iMr and over iain. Fioiu the
(unUil manuei ia which all the ua'o:ederit
oueraiiou art penurmed hi the Miat, not more
tiiuu fJve ( ei rent, ol the coimweUed in tne
Aim Laluiices are r' iectd bv tLem. At the close
ol eseii iUv the w Uole of the coins in the weitrh-
OrrtlinfrV balance those which are "pood"
bclnc ecut forward tor circulation, and the
rejected goltg to the melting pot,
Elilm Unrrilt on tlie "Black Counlrj."
Elihu liurltt linp Just published In England a
ne bo ik, called "Walks in the lllack Country
ami its (it' en Border-Land," of which theLon
cen Ju'cimirxr cajs: "The preater part of this
von m 1 b i ears to have been written in the first
lu- anc Pi a report to the Department of btate
a Wabbitigti n, from the American consulate at
H rmu.ghaai. Mr. Uurritt, the cousul lor that
d'ntricl, atterwards introduced some more
iiitrreitii-g details reppectini; the pcenery,
public buildiups, nnd historical associations
of the Hindi Country and its surroundings, in
order to umke it more tcadable to persons not
deeply inteiested in the fact a, fluuires aud Bta-li-tics
of nianufHcltires niid trade contained
tluriiri. The author Iihs thus worked up a
pleasant volume, of necessity Fomewhat desul
tory, but Illuminated throughout by his fuiel
natinu elofCJence.
"The tint lew chapters treat of the political
i.nil tocinl history ol liirminDham. of its prcat
nun of science, inventors, re ornirrs, nnd art
ists; of its institutions and public buildings; ot
the rise nnd progress ot its mecinniciii and
iiiiiMihicturinn industries, nu l mot e import auk
r ftublishiiK nte. We are afterwards introduced
to the chief towns and centres ot industry ol
the neighborhood. Including the princ'p.il iron
niniiiilnetorles, class works, and the lik. Tho
Inter chapters, devoted to the 'Green Horder
biiid' which surrounds these centres of trade
and eomnitrce, and iu;ludes wkhin it the
lumous historical names of Kemhvorrh aud
t'ovetilry, ot Lithticld, nnd Sira'.tord-on-Avon,
will be found Hi" most interesting portion ot
the volume by the peueral reader. An extract
train tie inti'dductory paces will Hlford a
lavi rnble spcctuieu ol Mr. iiurritt's picturesque
style:
'The Bhirk Country, black by day and red
by liiebt, cannot be matched i or vast and varied
prouiteUon by any other space of equal ra lius
on the surface ot the globe. U is a section of
Titr.uic iuclusti'v, kept in murky perspiration by
u sturdy ret ot Tubal Cuius and Villains, week
in week on', nuri unci) seven duys to tlie ck.
Indeed, the Suiifbiy eveniiiL1 hnlo it wears when
the church belts urn ringing, to service ou
winter nights. Hows 'redder than the moon,'
or like the moon dissolved at its full on the
clouds above the roaring furnaces. It is a little
oual woild of itself, only to be gauged perpen
dicularly. Tlie better halt, it nitty be, faces the
sun; but the richer halt, averted thence, lo .ks
by gaslight towards the central Dres. If that
subterranean bull could be for an hour iu verted
to the un; if its inky vaults and tortuous
pathwnys, nnd nil its black-rooled chambers
could be but once lahl open to the liulit
of dry, the tpectacle would be a world's wott
ili r, e-rcui)ly if it wi re uncovered when all
the thousands of the sub'.eri atioati ro.tdiuakers,
or the bi grimed armies ot nieiaiien, were
belid'm; to their v.oik. Wind a neichin.' of the
nit hor-es vvojl l come tip oat o' those deep
ceil crnters . at the .-ltrm and sense of the sun
iieht! What black and drippiin; 1orets of
t:n ber wonl'i be iiisolosed, brought lrout nil tho
wild, wooded lands of Norwav, Sweden, uud
C-iimda, to plop up tin) rough vnul'.s and sus
tv.u the CM'i'vared ucrcs iiiidtruuned by ihu
pick !'
"'The Rlnek Coutiirv U beautifully
fian ed by n ureen boideilai.il; nud that birder
is lich iiiid reucilei.l v.bn two beautiful wealths
the sweet lite o- natuie's hai i st springs and
tHiiiLcrs, and tha hive and roinnnec of Eug
lanu's happiest indtistrie. j'hmt, in ima'.'inn-
t:on, one tcot ot jour complies at '.he Town Hall
in 1) ruiii giitun, and with too other sweep a cir
cle oi twenty miles radius, mid you will have
' The lllack Ciiiititi y," with nil its industries, m
np'cen velvet binding inwrought or tapestried
vi'h historical scenes nnd tarly playgrounds of
br llinnt imagination nnd poetical fiction. Just,
pn-sihe p.iiuging-rod o ujechanictii en'erpriso
tirriuh the volume from Coventry to Kiader
n.instrr, and see what specimens of liuiidi-
vvnii it will brine? out uud show, like a
siring of beads ot iuiinite variety of tint
ing nnd tcMiuc. t wnat wares lnieivene
lietween the two opposite cxlrcmi .kf hetwe"ii
the ribbous ol Coventry and the carpi U ot
Kidiieimiiistcr; or bet.veeii the tab. oars of
Dreitwich and tint iron Oars ot Wot verba np'.ou.
Iheu let the historv-mmer run his rod Ibroueh
and see what terns he Will brine out betAeeli
I.ichtield Cutheclrnl nnd liuxier's Church at
Kiddei miuster, or between Stratforu-eu-i von
and Keir.lwcirth or Warwick Castle. Let In in
notice what manlier cf men have lived within
this circuit, nud what manner of mark their
lives and thoughts ninde upon it and upon the
wide circumference of the world. Then let hi n
travel iroui rim to run ol the district, nnd stadv
its physical conformation and its natural
scene Tie?, and he will reeotnn-c their symmetry
with the histories and industries with which it
Hems,' "
CITY INTELLIGENCE.
FOB ADDITIONAL LOCAL ITEMS SKS OUTBIDS PAOKH.
Assault mra a Kmi e. A man entered tlie
restaurant on the southwest corner of Second
and Chesuut hlieets lust night, aud called for
Foine refreshments. Alter dispesing of them he
oil tied a $50 bill in payment. The bartender
told nun ne count not change it. Angry words
w ere t-xebnnged between him and the customer,
nnd the latter drew a shoemaker's knife from
his pocket and commenced a savage assault
upon the other, lieincr without anv weanou to
delend bimtclf, the bartender struggled to keep
ioe time jrom a vital parr, and succeeded,
tboiiuuhe was terribly cut in the head, back,
nnd leg. Before the desperado was seized, he
had inflicted about twenty wounds upon the
bartender, eome ol them severe but not danger
ous ones. Alter his arrest he was removed to
the Lnion hired station House, where he gave
the name of Samuel Dodd. but declined to state
his residence, lie was locked up for a hearing.
licsi'ies a suocinakers kiuie, he had a razor on
Ins person. The bartender, named Frank Kane.
was removed to the 1'ttu.sylvaiiia Hospital.
The prisoner Podd, when asked about the oc
( utience, eaid that the kniie was Used in selt-
di.iiuse, us the bartender had approached him
with threats to kick him out of the cellar.
ExTonTiNa Money. A man named Win. B.
Taj lor, a conductor on the Media. Htiilread, had
a (uaiing jeslerdav, be:ore Alderman June,
charged with extorting money iroui a passen
trer i'i d ihtea'ei iiig t ) put bmi oil' the train,
'ihe proectitor ws Jlr. A. II. Mershou, who,
having occasicu in the prosecution ol ins busi-ue.-s
to send workmen inlo the country ou thu
1 ne ot the Media Railroad, pundia-ed wliat ate
ki.o.Mi lis "iiiLCbanics' tit -kets," i.-sued at a re
duced late ot lure, one ot which hu oil'cied to
Ihe conductor for him-elf. ft was refused ou
the I'lound that the passenger was too well
dressed tor a lncchnnlc, aud be wtts compelled
to pity the lure to save himself from beiie
eh c ed from th' train. The lOUuucior was
bound over lor trial.
AmrFXT. AUut 4 o'clock yeaterday itfter-
l oon l-i :uik Artiohl, n,jed ti ty years, was seri
ously iiij iieii by a le r.- I'ulii'eg on hiui, while
diugiug a trencii in AJu-cher atreet, tibove CJ.r.ird
avenue. He was removed to his bom, Law
iciice aud Cirard avenue.
Mtiipiirc t Kune, need sixty-two years, resi ling
at No, r"f Hatuillou street, was run over by a
Kao- and Vine street passenger railway car, ami
fctiously injured, the wus removed to Ler
home.
Overcome r.Y tub Heat. A. I). Auderson,
of Dubuqae. Iowa, a delegate to tho National
Convention, lately held in New York, wax ove.--u
ine by the heat je.-'erday alternoon, abo'it :i
o'clock, at fcixth nud Clu snut btreets. He was
ii moved to the Central Sta;ioii by Ite-.erve
Cllicers Finley nnd Still will, where medical aid
was sumu oued. lie wa sub1 e(uently remove I
lo the house of his brolb'jr-in-Ja iV, Xo. 1512
Cullowhill sirtet.
Ixuukbtb The Coroner was notified to bold
uu Inquest on the remains of au niiunt found in
ao alley at S.ri8 Jnliunua street.
Ali-0 on the body ot au Infant found diowned
in the dock at Ous street wharf.
Also on the body t au uuknown raun found
JIeii) for a Fcrtiibr Hearino. Arthur
Mctiairey and James Lowrey were charged lost
cvenlni?, before Alderman Jones, with being im
plicated in the barglnry at tho Bethany Mission
a fe iv nights since. They were held for a further
hearh g.
Larc eny as Bailer. George M. Chester waa
before Keeorder (Jiven yesterday, charged witH
1he larceny as bailee ot $132 from Liyman P.
huiggcra. lie waa held lu $U00 bail to answer at
court.
riSCELLflHEOUS CUT JOTTIXSI.1 j
A meeting of the dtlecrates of the Lvle Monu
ment Afsocintion was held last evening at the
I'all of the Neptune Hose Company, Crown
stiect, near Vine, Mr. Drummell in the chair,
lu consequence ot the absence- of the secret.irv
the minutes of the previous meeting weie not
rend. A discussion took place in reference to
Ihe best place to erect the proposed monument,
when Falrmount Park was suggested. The
names of the companies having paid their sub
fcnpi Ions were read, and some other business
c I no public interest was transacted, when the
u icting adjourned.
The Athletic Ibii Ball Club held a very
larue meeting at Ivphth and Vine streets lust
evening. An amrcidmeit to the Co) !itution
providing for 1 be rearriincrenieut of committees
ws submitted, and, according lo ihe rules, will
be acted upon at the next mcetiug, to be held
on Monday evening next.
On hatnrdRy evcHinsr a conimandery of tae
T. O. of J. A. was Inttiltited in this city by
the Executive Committee of the State Camp.
This district Inclndes the counties ot Philadel
phia, Chester, Montgoaiery, nnd Delaware.
There are at present six r uhordinate camps in
existence in this city. The oivun'iation U
already quite large, nud rapidly increasing in
Lumpers.
A meeting of Ihe Committee of Firemen of
the Philadelphia (;ns Works will be held nt the
house of 8. K. Jlinich, No. 2120 Market street,
nt 7j o'clock this evening, July 23. Full atten
dance requested.
The Keystone nnd Dirigo Clubs will play a
nintch game cf bae ball this afternoon, on
tlio grounds at Twenty-fourth and Columbia
avenue.
The res'.deuts of Boxborough are annoyed
with persons etcnling their cbUkeus.
MARINE TELEGRAPH.
f or additional Marine Newt see Prsl 1'oge.
AI.MANACJ FOR PHILADELPHIA Tlilsl DAY.
B.in Kiskh 418 Moon Risks......... Urai
be N BttTW T"Z4 Hitiw Waikk 5MU
PllII ADELPHlA BOAHD OF TKA.DE.
Jam kh you.u, ')
C.Oa'1 KH W AI.1UM, sMoNTHLY OOMMtTTKE.
'i'lll MAS l'oTTJCa, J
BOVWKriTS OV OCEAN STi
FOR AMKhll'A.
C ot K. York I.lverpool...New York..
Tripoli Llverpuol...Kew Yorlf...
'larlltt LIVHriool....'i'w York..
I en lit. y IvkuIh 1,1 t'er pout. ..New Y oik...
II iberr i.u ljlveri ihi1...qik'I)l'C
Celuii.tiia , OIkkow few York..
Wm. I'ei.n l.oi.dnu 2ew York,,,
Vv fser boiitimn.i)liii)..Npv York...
....July 4
July 7
Iiuv 7
July 8
Inly
...Jul l'l
.... Till v 1
July M
...July li
Tuly l.i
....Juiy ij
July in
Inly is
... July is
....July 13
I olori ito I.lverioiil...New York .
LuulMnua Ilvcriiool...Now York
i oi Turin Liverpool. ..New York ,
Morev.Hii Liverpool...J.ini.ipn
.AuMrulHHinn 1.1 vei'poiil...N(.w 'ol W
('.oi V. iiHliinlon. Liverpool. ..jMew York
St. Lnuitm ftrest Ni'iv York
Fl'K KLItOfK.
I'reP'fn New York...Hri-inin
Aleppo New York... Liverpool
Furope New York...llnvre
Ce;i:i ...Now 'ork.,.Liii(K,u
Col Aiit'vevri...N( w York... Liverpool
ClrcPMoan New Yoi k...Kr"UH ii
Virginia Kew York... Liver pool
ii . New YorK...(4l!isni.w
U ol Cork New ork...Llveipool
C, oils'. Yolk New York... Liverpool
COASTWIHK, LOMK-Si'lO!. KTO.
Plnnfer Ptillaitn VVllmtPKtnr
Jiernmack New York.llo Juiitlro
J' "rle New Yor...Hnvuiiu.
iasliiK star Nev Y'ork...ARplmvnli
....July 2'!
....Juy 1!:
I'll iSi
....July tu
....July w
Inly itj
......Inly -J'.
Juiy 2i
....July ii-
....July a
July 21
..Juiy 21
July 2t
July 21
... .Tnlir 9
jnnii.in .Pint ana New Orieaus....
A'yotulUK ITiUtuJtt Sftvi.l.-n.li Julv 2i
Alalia Are iorww.rleJ n every Biittuii-r In Llie rt'vulax
lines, Tne BtoHtimri for or from Liverpool cn'l
HreeiiRUiwu. except the Cnna'tle.n linn, vblch call at
LoniiiirdHn v. I'Iib Boeainora fur or iroin tea Conti
nent, fi.U at Hoiithaniuton.
CLIOAUKt) YKHTniRDAY.
JirlK Ifts. CVker. ItiirOHilus. Henry Ulll.
Lr. Iul Luton, Hill, bt, Oeorgu, N. Jl., K. A. Bouiler
t Co
Hi I r Win, Allen, Grant, Pertli Arutioy, D. 8. StotS'ju
Co.
Bciif J. Tnt man, Glhba, New Bedford, Weld, Nagle &
Co.
sselir n. W. Godfrey, Sears, Roxbtiry, L. AudenrteJ &
Co.
Sr-br Jr.l'a 7. rrntt, Nlckerson. RoBton, d0
Hdirt olittHaetl. OIIiIih New Bedforil, Captain.
M'r Dli'.iimiHt Btate, Webh, Balllmore, A. Droves, Jr.
bl'r R. Willing, CuiKliU, Rttliiuiore, A. Orovea, Jr.
ARRIVJCD YJMTERDAY.
Bl.lpGrahaiu'a Polly. Bnrj;-ss, 4,. .mys from Ltver
j.oel with oidse. to J oli n R i'enroRe.
Bill; 11. B. jKaiery, Flits, 54 days Iroin Leghora.wlth
n RThle. rugH. etc , lo V. A. fcartorl.
i-elir Clmrru, tjtarr, from Alexandria, In ballast to J.
R. Touiiii'Bon.
f-tiniper M. Massey, firulth, 24 hours Iroui New
Yoik, w llh indBe. to W. M. Bulrd & Co.
. . w . MEMORANDA.
fclilp N. Ifosber, Munlier. Iience, Bt Helvoet 8th Inst.
tsuniunip Kiir ol tne Union. Cookaey. liencn. nt
N ew ontmiiH lvili lnnt to Ball on her return at ti p. M.
2'jn. via Havana.
Lm que Reunion, Collins, hence, at Aaplnivall 9th
lllHtttltl
iiaiqiie Flora, Oramlth, for Philadelphia, cleared at
Loniii n inn liiHt.
Barque Terpsichore. Pederaen, hence for CronBtadt.
Id li.e cliannel, Salcoojlie., mb lnat. '
Bi.niue'l roptc Bird, Robntaa, for Phlladeluhla. en-terf-d
out at London yth Inst.
Barque Anna Ada, Moore, hence, cleared at Vlco
Mm uli. lor Malaya.
Barquo Content. Blackler, from London forPhlla
delplim, called from Oraveaeud llih lnal.
liiirque Leasle Harrla, Allen, heuee, at Genoa 4th
lllhlhllt.
Barque Jenny, Hartman, for Philadelphia, entered
out at London Hi Ii lnat,
Jiaique Anna Maigaretlia. Klr.verstrom, from Got
teiibuiL' for PhlUdelpnia, was oil Lover 7tb lnat.
Brln diaries Poole. Bherruan; Iience, retoained at
Mnuzaulllo lat lnat.. loading lor New York.
Brt Leonard Myers, Hicks, Bailed from Arroyo, P.
It., 21 lnat,, lor New Yora.
Brig Bunny Bomb, Bailey, lor Philadelphia, re
uiUned at Cork 7lh lnat.
Brig Gazelle. Cole, hence, at Swlnemnnde. 7th lnat.
Bi hr Reiuedy, Le bhlel, heuee al Washington, D.
C 2lat liiMi.
i-clir L. y C. Wtshart, Mason, cleared at Baltimore
21st Inst , for Ne" port, R. 1.
Hclir J nines Bind Icy, Bradley, for Philadelphia,
Bailed Inmi Alexbndrlu2ilh lust.
tsclir Loitle, laylur, lor Phlladelplila, cleared at
For i land 2ntn lnat.
hclirs Alabama, Vanfillder; A. D. Scull, Bcull: H. L.
Sluglit WUleitBi J. L. McCttrtiiy, isliupson; auj M.
'1 Ilii n. Frltalnger. hence, at Baleiu 2nih lust.
hebr Jullii Wllleits, Bailey, hcuce lor BosIod, at
New 1 nrk 2lnl Inst.
l-cliia I'tcom, Morrell. from Providence: Coiinnctt
cut, Mills and L. P. Ives. Bowden, from Greenport,
all lor Philadelphia, al New York 21st Inst.
HolifB K. V. Hlover. 1 iiRprsoll, and B. Strong, Brown,
for Philadelphia. SAlled Iroui Providence 2i tu lust.
Bcl r ernelm. ( arrol', hence, at Mystic 2"tli Hint.
Sel.r Thi uias H. Beyue ur, Ilurgeas, for Phlladel
I Ida. nailed Ireni Brli.iol lstn Inht.
t-ebr HihdiiiK RR. No. 44, Tramor, hence, at Paw
tnekel iutli liM. , ,
tst br Annie K. Valentine, BayHa, for Philadelphia,
clet.Kd i.t Jacksonville stli lnat.
hi:brs I. C. Runyan, HUby: Sedona, lln'brook; and
I , A. Hauenhuwer, (Sheppurd, liouce, ul Newburyport
Hcbr J." PRlne, Rich, for Philadelphia, cleared at
New Yoi k yesterday. ....
Ki bra Rebecca Knight, hence for Boston; A. Lep;
Mrmrel I'.i-iubarl: and Daniel Brlttaln, Iroin Bosun
lor J'l.ltadetphia, at Holmes' Lolo'Ui nisi.
Mtei.n.er I'.itiuttte, Freeman, hcne, at New York
1st le at
" ht hioi r Fannlo. I'enton, for Philadelphia, cleared
at Hiw York ytstv mb'.
MISOLLANY.
Barque AdR, at tlila port Horn Liverpool, rcporta:
t-alini May 1; encountered airoiig V.NV. ami W.
KW .galea up t" the eastern edge of tHo B'Hiks; apltt
mils, and ci.rrled away Iophh ImilmsHt aud topgallant
yard; Ijuii llbt varutble winds and cnliua the r- inain
Oer ol I lie I aMUite; J n lie lui. fyi 4 . long 41 20. sli;
iiHltzid. Noiw, baiciue Oililn, bound v".; JuuhIK, lac.
4i-, long. 4U, ap(k Fvpning Mar. Irrrn Llverpoo',
bound to Moutreal; two l.ulowing dav passed is large
liebriga; June is, algimllzed lir. slop Ann Powell,
Ironi ijiK'bsc. bnuud K ; July 5. lut 4 ). long. (i4 :i i spoke
Br. bbrque Aguts, from bt. John, N. B., b.uud to
LI vert'ool,
Bthr l.laxle Bachelder, which nrrlvpd at New York
ficiu t'aguu. on the ulgbt ot the 2"lh Inst, put Into
hbvaiiuaii in dlst.eas. having lost two of hi r crew by
yellow lever, while the captain autt one oilier of the
crew were sick w ith thesuiue disease. The schooner
la detalbld .t the lower quaiaullne.
$J I R E GUARDS,
rOU HI OHM FIIONTH, AHYl.VMH, FAC
TOltlE", KTU.
Patent Wire Railing, Iron Bedsteads, Ornament
Wire Work, Paper Makers' Wires, aud every variety
ol Wire Work, manufactured by
H. WALHEB A HONS,
iiW.l ;& n Mtb kiXlai aMiea
AMUSEMENTS.
FOX'S AMERICAN VARIETY THEATRE.
VKY KVKNINO AND BATUKDAY
AKTItRNCXIN.
GRFAT CXIMBINATION TRODPK,
In Grand BlleKi, Kthlnplaa BurlBuquaa, Bonn
nnrg. Pntomlmwi. Oymnut A ok. uto.
FIREANDBURGLARPR00FSAFE9
LUM AND Dill PLASTER
AGAIN SUCCESSFUL.
Brooklyn, Hay It, 136H.
Messrs. WftrVIn A Po New York Gentlemen: Oui
Plantug Mill, with FIFTY TIIOUSJAND leet of Pun
ber, was destroyed by lire last night, aud we arc
happy to any your ALUM AND UKY PLAstTKH
ha FB preserved our books, papers, and money, In
excellent order.
We want another and larger one, and will call on
yon as a oon aa we huve time.
Yours truly, SHEARMAN BROS.
This Bale waa Rod hot lor several hours, aud the
cast-iron feet were actually nieked.
It can be aeeu at our store. No. m BROADWAY.
A PERFECT SAFE.
MARVIN'S
CHROME IKON SPHERICAL
BURGLAR SAFE
Yi'ill rcfclbt nil bnrplars' implouiculs for
any length of time.
PLEASE BEND FOR DEdCRI PTIVK CIRCULAR
MARVIN & CO.,
niLNCirAL: 1 721 C11ESTAUTST.,
WA1IE1ICUSES, ) (Masoiilc Hall), l'liila.,
803 IllKIAHWAT, SEW TVlth,
JOS It A Mi. NTUF.KT, (XI,VEI.A.Nb, O.,
And for sale by onr Agents In the iirlnclpal ctti;
Lroukhont the TJnltcd istatea. 62i tiuli.-i: - a
h n c. Lm niA.SEn,
MANOyACTCBER 0
FIRE AND BURGLftR-PROOr SFLG
LOO ITU, BFLL HAEUKK, AKXJ )r.'A.U,?
IN SUILD1N3 HAKDW4KE
IW Mo. 44 UAC& t
SfU A LAIIGE ASSOllTML'NT OP it'll, h
lLii' and Bnrclar-proof B A F ou bud, who ct.-t
floors, Uwoillie;-noa3e CBteH, rref iroa uu'ii' -.n
Frieda low. C. lIAWNtWrH.Ili,
5
tD 10. VLV. Vlrtil lr-."2'':.
PRINCIPAL
FOB IHB 8 ALB Of
Uf.iTED 8TrtS REVENUE STAMPS
Hoi OHESNUT Biyai,:
CENTBAl. DEPOT
No: 103 Soutlx FIFTH St?,t
One door below Cheannt atreet),
ESTABLISHED 186.
onr stock com prises all tne donomlnatlea - emKe;.
by tne tiuveruiueuk
ALL ORDERS FILLED AND FORWARlnCD Bt
MAIL OR KXPKKBH IMME1HAT10.Y BPOii Hit-
CHI PI', a matter of great Importance.
Drafts on Philadelphia, Post Office Ordars. Green
back, aud National Bank Notes, received In pav
men i. Thelollowliig rates ol conimUuilou are alloweC
On I20;......."....i;.... '.,...TWO PER OFOT
From 2U to $1U0 . ,....FOURi PHU 01C-W1
From 10U upwards.. ..FOUH aSD A HA L? iii. (J7
The .vimiuisalon la payable In sumps.
AU orders, ete.i should be addressed M
TAMP ACJENCY,
Noi 04. OHESNUT HUcaC.
PHILADELPHIA.
ORt'R8 RKCE1VKD FOR STAMPED )Hi?Ouf),
DRAl- lM, KM iir'lB, BILL H KAX, 1..0,, ftnlt Ui
besl iaiea ol uoiumlsuloa allowed.
We have constantly on band
CNI'IITD BTATE8 POSTAGE BTAJKIfS Off AU.
KINDS, AND
iMPD ENVELOPUM,
CORN E X C H A X ti -13
RAO MANUFACTORY.
JOHN T. BAILEY dt CO.,
KK.kloVKU TO
N. E. corner ol MAhKET and WATER istroeta.
Philadelphia.
DEALERB IN BAUH a.D BAUOINQ
Of every diaerlpilou, fur
Oram, Flour, bait, Buper-phoaphate of Lime, Bona
Dust, Etc
Large and small OUNN Y BAOS constantly on hand.
. AIho. WOOL bA,KM-
MM Ti iiAUJiS, im VAJWAnjIM,
INSURANCE COMPANIES.
FirE Insurance.
LlTrpooL pud LoudoN and GloljE
Iiisnraiulj CompanYi
SEVENTEEN MILLIONS.
jSliort Term, Perpetual, Floating, and Kent
Polities issued on favorahle terms.
Ofliu, 6 3LEUCII1XTS' EXCIl.VSGE.
ATWOOD SMITH.
die em
GENERAL AGENT.
Dr. LAW A UK MUrU'Ali KAlETy IXiUu"
AivC iliMf.VN) . Incorpoiated by the Lean
lure ci Fiuu:; Ivaula, it.3.
Olllce, Bon'.. least corner THIRD and WALNUT
B ree'S, Philadelphia,.
MAIUNIS lNl'ltNiJK3
OA VeiBCln, Cargo, anl Freight, to all part-; of the
Wo-Id.
INLAND IN-l UANVJIM
0'i C'r-ofe, by river, canal, lake, aud laud carriage) to
all pails of the C' Ion.
l'IRK INBURANCX1
Ou nietchandla generally.
Ou Isloica, Dwelling Houses, etc.
AtSETM F TUB C'OIIPAUX
Novemoer 1. lf7.
j-rnrcn I "tilled Htates Five Per Cent.
Loan, lo-itm - JiH.iO'ei)
12ii,(K'0 I'ntud t--aies live P. r Cent.
i.o.'ii. lssi m.oo-eo
to.Oi'O L'ni'cu sia'.ea7 :l-P) t'erCont. Loan
Tn asnr - Nou s - ft2,SG2 60
Id.iuu ffmte of Pennsylvania blx 1'er
l ent. Lr.au 210 070 PO
I..",0Ki City orPliuad- Iphlu.-iix pprCent.
l oan (i iciiipi from lax) 12S,"-5 OU
ED C'KI h'Ktem New Jersev Six Per Cent.
Loan SI.UOO'W
20 OuO Peiius lvanla Railroad First
'dm tgugo six r Oml. Hoods.. IO.Nvo-OO
2C.HI" Pennsylvania Rullroud, He. ond
Moitgai; t i.1 Percent. Bonds. iai.STj'OO
25,0(0 Western Peimsy tvnia kllroud
Sir I'erl'enl. Bond-i I l u USS' I-
vhiiU Kallrinid liiiarACtoiid).... JO.eoO 00
wi.iiuft IstHte ot Tennessee Five Per
Cent. Loaun IS.ijOO-OO
TeOO btaie ol Teiiuessee fcU Percent.
I -nuii 4:70 00
6,100,3111 hbure.s stoek ol Uitiilhiuiwii
Una ivpupany (pr.ncl;ml and
luiereat c iaianteed by the
cliy of Phlladi'lolild.) l.l.r XI ot
7JifO Uo hiiureK hkh'K of P. nusylva-
rta Ri.llroad Corjpany- - y,S"0"00
fi.til'll lUlStiuiKtoi liil' IV.irlh Penn.
aylvsnla i-'rtllriad I'onnmnv. 3,00000
2T.000 Eli Sbures Stock Plil'adi'lphla
uni'. s.niil hern Mail Kleaninlilil
Con 1 1 kiiv.. 15,000'CO
20t.r(l'l Lntii.n ttn llr.,i,lci mip VitlliH' ..
lin.t Uua ou Ultv r..i,-,.r'.v ' 2lil.!SifOO
;l,.ti-l,4'.o par.
Co?
ratals
Market valuo.
?li'-'.i,a7!i -e.
l,llU,Su2iU
E'5,0' 010
Luis i eee ie.l v lo. iiiMi'iiueo
ii""'p
l-'l tl. Pl t:;o hi A-IH fl" Pr--re!et,i-i
(,n .Mur'iie Pol'ths
Aeii.i.d irite.eil a'.d otnef
0.l)!,i i;n ll,n (l,,, j peny
E io-j u'.d :-i i:p -if huieliy irs.i-renc-e
Him other t.'oiupaiitea
li'JtV .li b.
4.,,321-.Tj
3,017'DO
lsl.RiE i;2
Ce
Cii:. !" -ai'k tli.:;iil7'lil
n: l-i,' v tl- 2:m .V!
,. tl t07,l!u5"la
Ul 1 f 1 I iVT.
Tlionuv C. J'ad, ' . Jamw O. Hend,
I' I n(:. I.H-, ! ai.iiit.- 10. faints,
liinuucIA S:,ii,or, JfU'CS Trrt'iii?.n,
.!(.: ,.ii J I. MM. iV."iitiiuC. Lnuwlg,
i i."..-i-l.ii.iis 1 tul.'.lur;, I 'icut) P. .Lines,
H'ltb CTiiip; Jftiuea B. Jl'ci. arluud,
Hi-.v.ud i '.rlhiyton i Joshua P. Ky re,
.lelio R p-iiro.-, J on ii ii. islnr,
II.JoiifR isrooKe, 'penrer MiTlv.iin?,
I.e.uy ok, mi, iilenrvC 1'iilleu, J ".,
Cei.ve.eli Li Iter, i..eorMO W. Herre.iilou.
V lillumd. Hoioion, 1). T. iJorgiiii, Pm-s'iiu:;,
1-uwi'id Li'.K.uruaiie. i, B isempiH,
Jr.ciob llitjiti, ' A. B llerner, "
THOMAS C. ll.VM, PreHldent,
I.' FNRY LVLIIiVr'n! kS'1'''
HFM.Y H LL. As.slsti.ut t-ji trctary. 1 :)
1829 0 HAUTE 11 PERPKT U AL.
FrauLlni Fire Issuram'c Co,
iB!II.AI.ien(JL.
O.FFj.crt
KCD. 436 AND 4i7 CUESNUT ETSMr.
,Jo;5,viooif.
CA VITAL tC0,6Uisi
ACV&UliJ) HVICI'LVK I,18,ftt3'e
l'XEM'UJdS. l,18,H-)jt3
RSSiiTTLEM CLAIM3, INCOME FOB Js
Jtsr.cyssaJ. f35o,oaa-i8,
t$s,soo,ooo.
Perpc'ual and Temporary Polfclei oa liberal Twiaac
DIiUiA.TOR8.
onru R, Bnckc,
Cbyrge Falnff,
jl'omus t.iuur,
.-lAiuui'l Cruot,
eieoriie W. tLcliiirda,
siortu x-ttier,
Fianols W. Ldwt, ji. C
1'hoiuas Hoi.rk. "
William b. Urant,
CHAJJLKS N. BANCMtWK. PreaMer-5
bKOiiE 1 ALE;-. Vie P.irt . 8'
IAS. "W. MdALUis'liiK, fcsocretary pro torn.
ioc-i m jMiayMu. Keuinnay, tula Company baa
no Agencies West of Pittsburc,
12
J ft s u rs c at none.
17) TUB
rum lUulual Life Insuraisce
COMPANY,
No. 921 CEESNUT ST., PmiADELPffil.
ASSXT.1. fH.OOO.OOO.
CH AI1XEHED BYOlfB OWN B'fAYR,
eiANA4VD MIX OVa OWW CITI.JSJifs,
JSSt:H IJldf laTIiT f'AIJ),
foi.icifa on yauiocs run,
AtpHtatlousniAy be made al the Home Ortlco. and '
Hie Agtnclea tu.-oiiKtiout thefctaio. Uifci
iamS TnAtiiJAia.....;...., pbkwldent,
i-Aiiiii. k.bjihi;s vrcr: i-hiu.Ni'
ao. w. HOita'K A. V. P. and au v w Y
lnfAin w. fcTiirnKias jaacRicrAf,
TDKUYIULM' LIFB AM) TRUST COATPAVY
r OF PHILADELPHIA - -"I -NI
OF PHILADELPHIA.'
No. Ill a. FoURT'ii Mtiiev,
Iti'COKl'O RATED Hu AloN'lH. 2S, lr,(B
CAPiTAL lilsi.ftui r-AIU l.v?
luinriinceou Lives, by early PreujuiatSi Or On n
It,, or 2i tr 1 renilunm, Nou-iMrloUui-, '
r.ultlea KfeiH',,l on fnvorablo n rais.
'i eruj Polities, Ciillilieu's Enitowiiieiilrt.
'I his. Coli.puuy.wnlie giving ti,u irKureu the aeeurltv
it a paui-u)i Cm nal, will dlvu.e, tbe einlrd ProUm of
ti e Llie busliieas ruuuik Ibe policy holdi-is.
Moneys received at interest and paid on demand,
Autbi l'Ui-'l by the. charier In i itcuiu 'icm a, anil
t act as Kxi-outor or Adiululsira.or, Aaalmieo. or
nutuiliiui.ai'd In oluer fiduciary capaolllea, Under ap
pointment ot any Court of ibis Commonwealth, or
.ny peruon or poisons or bodies politic or corporate.
I'lUKClOIIB.
feAMVEL R.I- i'LKY, HENRY HAINES,
JOfsIILiA H.MOrtHlsj, ,T. WIMTaK HKIM'N,
K'l'll .iRD VUOl. W. V LOiSUarUKlM,
lULHAHl) CAl'ITRY, WILLIAM HACkEU,
CHAKL1-M F. OoKFIN.
BAHCKLB.blliri.r V, ROWLAND PARRY,
Presleent. Ae.hary,
WILLIAM C. LOMiwlKETir. VICB-P'esldM.n,
TUOiiAB WIST All, M. H., J. B. TOWAIbliNU,
- 27 Medical Examiner. Legal Advisor.
pad.NlX 'IUNC1S compaisy""of
i; ; WRPOLATKl) 't-ClI A RTER PEItPETL'A L,
"io 2 '4 VvALMJTMreet oppostie tbe Kxclnngo,
T'iis Company '"""'j'lTlt l0C' Urtuul!U
ou liberal terms on buliOiiiss.mercliBnrtlae, ftirnttnre
el. .. I'or lluiiied iiermMS, and permanently on build
li t by depot.il of premiums.
ibe couipanv baa hum inactive operation for mora
ttaii hl "i V V I ..RS. during which ali lonaui, have
ben prom: .iy 'J-ATts
John -u Honge,
h. h Mabouy,
Jiibu T. Lew la,
illtsui ti. lirttUt,
Robert W. Leaiiung,
J, Clark M barf n.
fi..ut.i r.Aivt.
Beujaujiii Ettlnr,
'l-i ii u r.
. ouujmi ... j , i vy ... r.,
A. R, aiclleury,
eidiiiimd 1'uj.itllnn.
Kami el Wilcox,
T.uwieura jjewia. jr
Lawrence 1 1 e m rsorris.
K'HV R Wltf'HEltKtt. P:esldiTt
I e is C. Norrla.
IbAiVSl WiiAVA. VVliIT, )i
INSURANCE COMPANIES.
"pLLINGHAST & HILT'S
LSt'KlTE ROOMS,
No. 409 WALNUT St.
AMEKTB AND ATTORNEYS OB
Home Fire lusuraiiee Conipiuiy,
NEW HAVKS, OON,
SprliigRclJFIreniid A-arino Ins. Co.,
crrRINUFIIILD, MA93.
Yonlcrs nnd IVew York Insurance Co.,
NEW YORK
Peoples' Fire insurance Company,
WORCESTER, MAea;
Allaiitic Fire and Jfarlne Insurance Co.,
PROVIDENCE, R. I,
(iuardinu Fire Insurance Company,
. NEW YORK
I-titilennan's I Ire Insurance Co.,
CHICAGO, ILL
Inmrnnce effected at LOWEST RATE8,
All losses piompily and liberally Bdjoated at their
Office, Ao. 40!) V.'ALMT Street,
! "! PHILADELPHIA.'
SURE AT H O KiIe.
GUARDIAN mil AND MARINE
INSURANCE COHPANY,
f-o. .520 WALNUT Street,
PHILADELPHIA,
CIIAKTFKL'J) CAPITJI,, - . $500,000
pa;d ia calm al, - . - $100,000
119 LOOSES Olt DKIiTS.
Insure axtumit lens nr daaiinjo by Fire on Bnlldlatr
Merchandise, Hoicouold Furniture, and all other
lnt-ur.ibie property, aud also take Marine, Oaual,
R. d Iulimd NavH'rttlju R'slis at the lowest ratea ooj!
slhttnt with aeourliy,
W, 13. OWEN8, Preatdent.
KA'ATIAJS m secretary. j 18 anl
1-.V.AJ. F. O BR YON, Survey ;
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Ji ioea V. ira,
K. C. V''ormli.Kloi),
V tix. H cri suau,
.loon Hu. Ii k,
Edward N. (tratt-.n,
Hi. id. AicjJiieu
niuku 1- tones,
1 liouiaa Wliiiams
How.nrd A. Jlicklo,
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U0RTII AMERICA,
Ho. 2S2 WALK UT STKliiiT, PHILADA.
INCORPORATED 171)1. CHARTER PERPETUAL;
Xiurtm; Xnlnmd, .ad Fl liurac.
ASSKTS JANUARY 1, I86S, . $2 001 2GS-T2
420,000,000 losbes Paid in Cash sioa J
Orgauization.
ruiu crows.
Arthur O, Ccfiln.
hrneoel W. Joi.ttj,
JuiiO A. Rro n,
Charles 1 r.y lor,
Ambrose ;. illie.
William Welsh,
Richard i). Wood,
b. Morns aln,
John Milsou.
ueorge L. Harrison.
Frauds li. Coj.o. '
dw.rd H. Trot-er.
Edwara es. Clarke, '
T. Cbanum Hearv
Alfred D.Jessup'
John P. White,
Louis C. Madeira.
WILLIAM liCEHLKR, Uairlsburg, Pa Oentra
Agent lor the Mate ol Peiirsyivajila. ' iJ"
nViHE llNSUliA Ne;EEXCLUS7VELY;'-THH
J? IEKMsYLVAMa F1KE ialJRAA'l K urn
UNV -incorporated lfc5-ChrT JtnmstZ
610 W ALMJT Btreet. opposite Indepewe1cl;QT:BNr2
This Comuauy. lavorab v k i .i.r.T.i1.""8!
lor over forty years, coutluues lo hisuraavuin.i i...?
ur u.uip.r uj uiti ui ru ) rur M... . ... ......
by nr oh Public or Pri.
eii.ie. fj.'i U!.um. j ur iur lirUileCI tllriA . ,art T
Furnllur Uocks of Goods, aud Merchdhfe wi
rally, on liberal terms. "uuiae geaa
Their Capital, together with a Urge Su-Dlna rmvi
la investeo In the most careful manner, which
bles them to oiler to the Insured an uiidoublad siS"
rlty lu the case of loss. uuuioa aeca
DIBKCTOKrf.
Daniel (Smith, Jr., John Dererenx
Aliiander Benson, j Tuoui.ia Kuiitn 1
Isaac Hazleburat, Honry Lwls '
1 homas Bobbins, I J. Dllllughain Fell.
Dun let baddock. Jr. "':"
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i tn i m i'i Jt, jB.t Fr68(ient.
WlUHKfl. CKOWMX. Secretary
EN01NES, MACHINERY, ETC.
AT E U K I (HE & SONS'
BOCTHWARK FOUNDRY,
NO. 490 WASHINGTON AVENUE. Philadelphia.
WILLIAM WRIGHT'S PATENT VARIABLB
; CUT OF STEAM ENGINK,
Regulated by the Governor.
MFRK1CK B SAFETY HOISTINa MACHINE,
Patented Jane, lbss.
DVID JOY'H
PATENT VALVELE-is fiTEAM HAMMER. J
D. M. WESTON'S
PATFNT SELF-CENT ERI SG H ELF-BALANCING
CENTRII XGAL BUUAR DRAINING MACHINE
AND
HYDRO EXTRACTOR,
Fo r Co 1 1 0 n or VV oo I le n n au u f aci urers. 7 10m wf ly
, PKNN riTKAil ENGINE AND
. Bill I e H K OKh-5. NEAl'TE A LKVV.
j . A I. A IS U I tl nuiituiau it.iiunsil'.JiKlrJ.
Mal'HiNl.Vlr-, BtilLER-MAKERH, BLACK.
feMlTHo, aud FOL'NDERS having lor many years
beeu lu suecefsnil ope aiion, and beou exclnalvely
enfiaKed la building aud repairiua Mariue and River
Mutinies. hl;h and iow-preaiure. Iron Boilers, Water
Tanks. Proj eileis. etc. etc., rr-uiri-tfolly oiler theUt
atrviits lo the pub.lc a being luliy prepared to con
liael lor eiiKlms oi all sizes, Marine, River, aud
i-ihonary; bavlna im of patierus of d'tlereat air.es
are prepared to ejecme orders with quick despatch.
vety Uii.i t'l't'Ou ot pailei.i-ujakiiig made at tha
shortest no. lee. High and Lon-pressure Flu
lubular mil Cylluder li. Hem. ol the beat Pennsylva
nia charcoal Iron. Furalntts of all alzes and kluds,
Iron and Pra.ia Casiinv;a of ail descriptions. Roll
I in ning hi r w Cutting, aud all other work counecttal
v i h the itbovt buaiuehM,
Drawtrt,'H and suecincatt'ins for all work done at
thet iitabitahmenl Irep ol oharge, aud work guaran
teed. 1 ue pnt".ertbers have atople wharf-doclc room fbr
repu.ta oi c::la, here ll'tv can lie lu porfeci safety,
ai.d r.re provided with shears, blocks, fails, etc etc.
tor ruUuig Ltavy or.ligul weights.
J A COB O. NEA FIE,
JoHN P. lEV Y.
II BKACU and PALMER Blreeti.
j,' valukn MaaatcK, wiluah h. MkERici
JOHNLUU'S.
S01THWA1IK FoUMDRl', FirTH AAD
WAIIi-lUTON Hireeut.
i-nii Aiiiti.eillA,
Ml ); hit K di MINSi
QtlTOTNEEKH AND M ACil ifflSTO.
niannfneiure Hib aud Imh prennure Kteain Engine!
lor Land, Riv.r.aud Marine Hervice.
l'.olleis. Gaaurueiers. Tanks, Lou Boats, etc.
(.'tunings ol ail klnda, either lrou or brass.
Iron Fninie Room lor Oas Wora, Workshops, and
Railroad htalloHS eta
Reions and Uiji Machinery, of the latest and most
Improved ouairueiluu.
Every description of Plantation Wacbtnery.alsd
Hugar, f, anu lli-lal Milla. Vucuuru Pa us, OU
Hf.tu Trains, Detecatora, Filters, Pumping, Eu.
glnen, etc.
bole Aaents Air N. Blllenz'a Patent Hogar Bolllnc
Apliaraius, Nesmyth's Patent hteaui Usuisisr, auil
trwatl Vooiaey's Patent Centrloaa! BK(I

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