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THE DAILY; EVENING TELEGRAPH PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, JUNE 1, 18G9.
Jfiws BurvrrvT.AH. v.
. iit Aiiairi.
The new Masonic Temple lias advanet
far that a clear appreciation of Its majrn
C1l Affair.
iced n
iitriiltiido
an be had hy a visit. Two of the four fronts
re up to the commencement of the flrHt floor.
d the other two arc beinir pushed forward
t.pldly. t 1
The etrikc of the carpenter Is not at an end,
8 has been stated, and there arc about five hun
lrrd men yet out of work, who refnso to work
for lens than $:IT0 per day. The strike has sc-
nred to all nt leant $ and iilto a number
I3 W) per day.
An unknown man was found drowned yes
terday at the Heading Kuilrond boat-yard, Twenty-fifth
ward.
The first anniversary of the Home for Blind
Women was celebrated lad cveniutr at the
church, Twelfth and Walnut streets. The exer
cises were opened with prayer, after which a
horus w;i8 minj; by pupils ! the l'ennsvlvauia
Institution for the blind. Hon. James i'ollock
tlien delivered the openins; address, followed by
ttiidrcFscs from Rev. l)r. llntter and others.
About 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon, Joseph
McKaddcn was badly cut and scalded by the
bursting of a pipe at the rolling mill of Marshall
A. Phillips, corner of Murllioi-imirh and Re.u'h
ftreets. lie was removed to his home.
Michael Murray, 21 years of aire; was over
come by the effects of the heat, and after bein
taken to the Fifteenth District Station House,
lied at 7 o'clock lad evcniui;. The body was
removed to the home of the deceased, Mulberry
it.reet, above FoulUrod.
The store of Messrs. Fell t Bro., dealers in
sjiii'es, at No. YM South Front street, was broken
into on Saturday nifrlit, a side door beinj; forced
open, and an attempt made to break into the
lire-proof safes, there beinuc in o of them in the
1'iiildiu;. VV i tli a sledre-haiiinier the knobs
were knocked oft the doors, but the efforts of
the rogues to reach the inside of the safes were
iruitless. The thieves left without securing any
plunder.
Yesterday afternoon a meeting was held in
Jomruon Council Chamber of 1 lie committee ap
pointed some time since to examine ami report
on the feasibility of the Stafford pavemeut as
lived iu other cities. A report was ordered to be
presented to the next meeting of Councils, re
commending what is known as the "Robbins
process" of indurating wood.
Before Alderman Kerr yesterday, William
Keod, who was arrested on Thursday'night last,
in West Spruce street, under stispieious cirsum
daiiees, had a further hearing. An attempt had
been made to break into the store of Mr. Joseph
Orr, No. 18111 Spruce street, the design being
lrustrated by the watchfulness of the proprietor,
und the defendant was seen on the street imme
diately after iu company with n man, and when
approached threw, it is alleged, a black travel
ling bag over a fence, and tried to iret away.
One of the police of the Fifth district saw Reed
with the bag, but the person who observed him
throw It over the fence was not present, and the
case went over for a further hearing.
-John Myers, who was arrested in connec
tion with the robbery at Mr. 0. H. Jferchen
ridcr's tailor shop, North Second street, was be
fore Alderman Kerr yesterday. The proprietor
of the shop testified to the los"s of almost his en
tire stock. J lie prisoner stand, committed lor
trial.
Yesterday afternoon the committee of Coun
cils appointed with reference to choosing a site
lor the House of Corre.-tiou paid an ollicial
visit to the tract of land offered for sale by
Joseph Harrison, at the junction of the Fenny-'
puck creek with the Delaware river, containing
some three hundred und twenty-five acres of
upland meadow and marsh. The committee also
visited the 'Tierson Estate," adjoining the Har
mon property, the ''(Jrecn property." on the
river front, consisting of Sis acres, to which forty
otherscanbeeonjoiucd.it' desirable: also, two
properties in the vicinity of Harrowgate lane
Hid Nicetown lane, consisting respectively of 7.1
iiiul 108 acres. The committee made an espe
cial examination of the merit of each of these,
and did not get back to the city until ID o'clock
iavt night. '
Poiiifsllr Affairs.
tio'.c1. closed yesterday at RiS;"'.
There va a 'million dollar laiiure in Louis
ville, Ky.
The New York Cuban Fair closes to-morrow
evening.
Senator Wade has received his commission
.so. Union l'acilic Kailroad Director.
Minister Curtin yesterday 'took leave of the
r resident. He sails for Russia on the lTth inst.
ii i.i i.... i..;,it..,i i ',ii, ,.f in.
of lnterii.il Revenue for the First District of
'eorgia.
Secretary Borie has promised aid to the East
India Telegraph Company in the laying of the
ciii'ie.
rr. T!r.i..3 ftl.itoc Tntftjiii'v vowtnrdiv rr-
4 HI. f nil', u k muuo j i.......,. .
eived two thousand dollars f ir the 'conscience
junti.
Mnlinrt. H- fJratz. of Venn' vlvnnia. h is been
appointed diplomatic attache to the Russian
Legation.
MiitlKtcri Ciirt.ii) and Basset t received their
final instructions from tlie State Department
yesterday.
The Congressional Committee of Investiga
tion in the Busteed ease have arrived at Mont
gomery, Alabama.
Tlie. roof of a workshop on Seventh avenue.
New York city, fell iu yesterday, crushing three
workmen.
f;,.l,..r.l IVf,nnoe I" it illv itt'iltluxl
tcrday, iu New York, by Benjamin I'rince, who
lias been arrested.
Cubans, in Washington, report that posi
tively three and probably lour cargoes of arms
);nve been landed in Cuba.
The Old and New School Presbyterian Con
ventions reassembled ycsieruay. .vngio-.vmen-i.n
rohitions were discussed.
The Stiite Department have no actual know
ledge of the whereabouts of Minister McMahon.
........ c,.,rd tli .f li n ti mt Vciiiiciitn
jfl I Ullltn D,lD .,... Il o .v ......uv.win
The bri"a Corientes. of F.lUworth. Me., was
wrecked ou Quinio Severius reef on the iJ3d of
February. The crew was saved.
A lame Miblic meeting in lavor of the con
struction of the Maryland Central Railrad was
).i.ii vi.vtcnbi v at T'owsolltown. Md.
News has been received at aslnngton, from
Commodore Rowan, of the death of the com-
..in. ), FinrliKli fori cs in Canton. ('liiim.
uifiiiiii ... - -
Secretary Houtwell will publish the debt
fctiitoiiicnt. for May in a dav or two. That it
will show a reduction of I'.'.IHKt.OIW is, how-
- .1...
Margaret Bums was la tally injured yeter-
fiay, in New York, by lulling iroiu u uuni-suiry
window, and it, is alleged that her husband threw
her out?
. ', iinu' trial lias been made in
..... .i .l,.l,ii I). Ileiirv. l.aelv convicted of
III. ri v - - - f ' -
ncriurv. and making lalsc allldavits against
"Rollins, Uarland, and other.
Senator Wade is of the opinion that it is the
intention of the manager oi tlie Union l'acilic
Kudroad to make it e.U.il to any other road in
.. .. n.....,.i f.H- siiei-d aiiil comfort.
Information has been received at tlie state
r. ..( it... i.iii-niii of i lie North Ameri-
fail ComnanV'S steamer Amonea at feau Juau del
fcur. on April 11. , . ,
m... .' .,,1 n ,w.iii:,n rvants at a hotel
ut Brighton, State.n Island, were out in a su all
lout on Sunday evening, and a squall coming
. ,...neivn.d and al three drowned.
Their names are unknown, it is said they were
ail Intoxicated.
I'ori'iun Allaliw.
I ivKKi i., May 31.-Mr. Motley received the
.1 r.Vses of the Chambers ot Commerce at his
addresses oi i , , . ,. t of tne
l.ifCl LUIS UluiuiiiK 'r-J . .
Amcncan Chamber of Coinn.erce, he returned
Aint.riL.iu v., rncnlved as the
ttonk . V V niW SUt He -aid It
Tt W 8 uh "tn Um and of the people of
AmirVcu w cultivate faithfully friendly and
AHHTliu, i' , ,, fjovernnicnt and
11 I iiii, iiilI llkllM. buLll CO!l-
r
ist
tion oi ine nris oi peace.
Mr. Mntlev concluded n fnllna-n- "1v m
strenuous efforts shall bo devoted to further! a
good understanding, on the basis of enduring
friendship and kindly relations, in accordance
with the great principles of justice and honor,
which are the immutable and only safe, unerring
guides in tho conduct of nations' ;
In answer to the address of the Liverpool
Chamber of Commerce, Mr. Motley expressed a
high appreciation of their friendly sentiments
towards America, and assured them that during
the period of his ollicc he should endeavor to
promote a good understanding betwoen tho two
nations of the same race, hound by unity of In
terests hitherto unequalled. The best , and
highest purposes of both were fulfilled by the
faithful friendship of the American people, and
the (iovcrnmcnt desired amicable relations with
(ircat Britain on the basis of justice und a dis
passionate regard for the rights and duties of
both. It was the earnest wish of America to
extend her commerce, but. the question of tree
trade was beyond the. limits of his functions.
Its settlement being vested by the people in
Congress. ,
In the House of Commons fo-night, Mr. Glad
stone moved the third reading of the bill for the
disestablishment of the Irish C hurch. A large
number of petitions against the passage of tlie
bill wen; then presented, after which James
Maden Holt, member for Northeast Lancashire,
made, and Lord F.lcho, member for Hadding
tonshire, seconded, a motion that the bill be re
jected. ,
A long but uninteresting debate folio wed, termi
nating in tho refusal of the House to accept
Holt's proposition, and the bill passed by a vote
of Kill against The result was received with
uproarious cheers from the ministerial benches.
Wokms, May 81 The Protestant Congress,
which assembled hero to-day, was attended by
twenty thousand persons, Including representa
tives from nil the States of Germany. The con
gress, by a unanimous vote, resolved against
Papal exhortations to return to the Roman
( hiirch and In condemnation of the encyclical
letter and syllabus. The idea of the formation
of a United German Church is mooted.
Vienna, May 31 It is said that Isinael
Pasha's tour, whicii will extend throughout
Europe, is for the purpose of determining the
question whether the Suez Canal Is to be
considered a subject for the neutrality of all
nations, and for all time.
Havana, May 31. Troops are in active pur
suit of the filibusters who landed in the Hay of
Nipc, and have captured and killed Manuel
Tuarrez, commander of the riflemen. A heavy
engagement had taken place at Puerto Padre.
The Insurgents are massing their forces in the
vicinity of Las Tunas. A skirmish is reported
near Cienfuegos between the regulars and in
surgents. Dulee's order sending a number of political
prisoners to Spain is revoked.
WAR.
In the afternoon session of the New School
Presbyterian Assembly, yesterday, Rev. Dr. Sun
dcrlaud, of Washington, delivered an address
quite belligerent in its character. He wished, if
the report (recommending that prayer be offered
up throughout the whole Church for the preser
vation of peace between Great Britain and the
I nitcd States) should be adopted, to see it go out
with his protest against tlie acts of England to
wards America. He thought the whole report
might seem impertinent: that this Assembly was
needlessly lntcrlering with what belongs to the
Government: that it might seem to be prema
ture and untimely. He was of opinion that
F'.ngland needed a sound drubbing from some
body, though he was not fully prepared to say it
became us as a nation to administer the chastise
ment. After alluding to the conduct of Great Britain
towards the Chinese and the Sepoys, ho re
marked that Ireland stands to-day the monu
ment of English perfidy and oppression. Eng
land needs our friendship more than we do hers.
He was in favor of peace, but he believed that
war was sometimes a dire necessity.
MARINE TELEGRAPH.
for additional Marine, h'ew nee Firxt Pan',
ALMANAC iOlt PUII.ADKLPH IA-TU1S DAY.
Scn Kiseh 4 Hi; Moos Risks e 12
SCN SKTK 7"J4illIMH WaTKII 7 IX
PHILAUKLPUIA BOARD Oi; TRADE.
HPNDY WlNSOH, I
t.Kuui.i' N. Ai.i.rv, Committee of the Month.
Geo. AloiiUisoN t'oATKs
JIOVKJIENTS OK (11 KAN STICA.IISIIIPS.
1UK AMKKH'A.
Atnlanta Iimion New York May 8
U. Kinil(im.....Glui:ow r.tiw Vork May VI
Hiticrni;in Liverpool . ...New York May
liritiiiinia Gliiscow New York M;iv 14
'l unia Liverpool New York via lios . . ..May IS
Manhattan Liverpool .New York May 111
Louisiana Liverpool New ) ork Mav 1!)
Ocean Pearl. Southampton New York May 20
Peru v lan Liverpoi il t. luetieo Mav - I
Javu Liverpool New York May 22
Iowa (.lasifow New Yolk May 2J
City of Cork ....Liverpool New York via llul...May 2
Itellonu IiOndon New York May 22
(Jhi Southampton. ...Haltiinoro May 22
Villi) le Pans... Brest New York May 22
ftJK f.UKfjrK.
Allemannia Now York Jlaiuhurc Juno
C. ot N. York... .New York. ...Liverpool June
ItUHHifi INow Y orK J.ivoraool lima
Nelirahka Now York. ...Liverpool Juno
V. Kingdom Now York. ...Glasgow June
JVI alt a rnew vorK. ...Liverpool luue
liritannia New York. ...Glaxirnw Jane
City nt Paris.. . . .New York. ...Liverpool lune
Tripoli New York. ...Liverpool June fi
Manhattan new vorK.... Liverpool June 7
,laia New York. ...Liverpool Juno H
C. of Limerick.. .New V ork. ...Antwerp June H
C. of Haltiniore.. New York. ...Liverpool Juno 12
Ville lie Paria... .New York. ...Havre June 12
jiellona .New York. ...Iunlnn June 15
COA.N'I VVISK. DOMKSTIO. ETC.
Pioneer Philada Wilmington June
Ari.ona New York. ...Anpinwull June
J. W. hvurnum. .IMiilada ('harleston June
fvaiMo New York. ...Havana Juue
Tonawanda Philada Suvannah June
Mariposa New York. ...New Orleans Juue
Creseent City .. .Now York. ...New Orleans lune
Morro Castlu. . ..New York.... Havana June 10
City of Mexico. .New York. ...Havana A V. Cm,. ..June IS
Juniata Philada N. Orleansand Hav.June 19
Mails are forwarded by every steamer in thernirular lines.
The steamers for or from Liverpool call at Oueeuitown. ex.
cept the Canadian line, whiub call at Londonderry. The
steamers tor or irom tne uouunent can at boutuauipton.
ARRIVKD YKSTEROAY.
Mourner i arony, monois, zi hours Horn ,ew lork.wiln
mdse. to v. ii. riaiid v io.
Br. t.aruuo Matilda mlyard. Lotlett. 42 davs from IJver.
pool, with mdse. to Peter Wright. A Sons.
Bnniue Annie Augusta, t'reighton. 111 days from Guan
tenanio. with sugar to G. W. Bernadou & Bro.
Itr. tiaruue l.orhee. ado. lu days Irom aauua. with sugar
toS. A W. Welsh.
Brig ( ascatetle, ( arlisle, 12 tlttys from Sagna. with suirar
and molasses to Si. & W. Welsh-vessel to J. E. iia.loy &
io.
helir Challenge. Gulliver, i days from New York, in bal.
lant to J. K Bazlev A Co.
hi hr John W liitliy, Henderson. 1 day from Odessa. Del..
with ginin to Christian A Co.
hehr James u. Ileverm, Aleivin, 1 day Irom Little Greek
landing, with grain to Jas. La. Bewley A i,
hi hr U. C. 1 iUiisn, Tutt, 1 day from Port Deposit, Md.
with grain to Jas. L. Hew ley A Co.
UK LOW.
Bin .lie Ij, G. Iiigelnw, from Cardiff.
PORT OF PHILADELPHIA.
Foreign and coastwise arrivals lor the month of
.At ay
lH&i, as compared with t lo same period in lSiib:
1K0H. IBliK.
Per. Coast. Total. l'or. Coast.
Tot
i
Bhips 1 1 i
Steami'liips 1 , . 1 3
3
Hani lies ill . . si -J J
2$
KA
isi'i
S4U
2IS
2I.U
If rigs "' 1 il
KchiKaers 5ii 7(11 7nS M H5
Kltsips iws o' ..
hteainers Ml M7 .. :ttii
Barges las .. Jii
Boat l;ii lars .. 2i.
Total U M7
4.v-o
12S
41s7
i
II 1VI V. K.IIHAI K. IIU1ID I.' J U. IUI1UWIUH IXHll 1BII. IIIF
Philadelphia this inornlnii:
1 bus. 11. r lollllnK. WHU aniHrauiic puai, mr new l.sils.
JauiHS II. MeOoukey, with corn lo A. li. Cattail A Co.
Charles Creamer, with lumber to Taylor A Baits. ,
Hull A I' rank, with lumlier to D. H. Taylor A Koa.
K I., i'omelwait, with lumber to Taylor A bulla.
Ht'ar. with lumber fur Chester.
I auction, with lumber to '1 aylor, Day Moore.
furrttponiUnm of Thr Ktmtq Tflytravh.
I'ASTliN A Mi MA1IO.VS BULLETIN.
NkwYohk Orrit'lE, .Ine 1. Ktmu liHt bargef lean
lo Blil tvi baluuioie, la WW.
by blood, addicted to eommcrco and the c iltlta
CLKARKD YKHTK.RDA V.
Hteamxhip Pioneer, Barrett, Wilmington, N. C, Pbilad
plus and Southern Mail Hteuinship Co.
Hteuuier J. S. Wiriver, Kigi;ans, Baltimore, A. Groves, Jr
Banpie Andes, Nheppard, Trinidad, Warren & Green.
BriK Hermes, Blackoi t, LiiKuayra, John Dallott. & Co.
Ki tir Philanthropist. Warren, Bangor, A. Benton i. Bro.
Hehr Vesta, Waite, Bath, John Koiiunol, Jr. A Bro.
Si lir J. 11. Perry, Perry, New Bedford, Sinnu kson 4 Co
tichr Annie Barton, 1 rink, Baltimore, P. r itpatrick.
BAi.TTMORie Branch Ornrr, June 1. Th barges le
irg In tow to-night eastward, are as follows '
Bariintt: Bonril nt Trade: HHianm; Young James; .
L. Nims; Major (i'Keilley ; J. K. Dunham ; and C. Dowaer,
all with coal, for New York. j
A. Mareelliis, for Brldgton, with roal, j
Myrtle, for Newport, Del., with coal.
mkmoIranda.
Rhtp Belle of the Sea, Spear, at Callao lith M.ty, from
La Psf, srrived 6th, discharging.
Steamship Commander, BrtsiKS, hence, at New York ltb
ultimo.
Htesmtug A. K. fUpella, Crowell, hence for PortlaniL
sniled Irom Newport 27th lilt.
linripin M. ll. i iiinert, natnniit. cienrea at, n ioi
yesterday for Marnelllos via Philaifelphia. '
Hnrqun hmma Muir, Crosliy, tor ruiloiieipnia, iwmn
from the Clyde IHtb nit. .... 1
Bsriiie V inro. Cameron, hence, at t'ronstadt nt.n un.
Barone Wnnrifsnrla. Iliucins. cleared at. Itot.tnrilam 14M)
tilt, for Philadelphia, anif sailed from Ilrouwershaven on
tho lsth. . . .
Bartiue K. A. Kennedy. Ifoffms. from Liverpool lor rni-
ladelphia, was off Waterlord tilth nit.
Brig S. A. Jenkins, Vaughan, hem e for Stettin, in the
Sound, l-'Uinore lath ult. , ,
Schr James hattcrthwaite. hence, at Alesanoria i'.ii
ultimo.
Schr John Slusman. Weaver, from liivrgotown, u. k .,
at Boston With ult.
Schr Wm. B. Mann. Rogers, cloarn 1 at Charleston i.-tn
nit., for Jacksonville. . .. . .
Schrs M. Perrin.tiilibs : I. V. Hert z, Uray ; u. p. a nam.
IUL.t. I. W W heeler. Lewis: Hnla. Brown: K. II. Siiinii
son, Blake; K. R. (iralinm. Smith ; und K.mily CJurtis, Cur
tis. hence, nt Boston 2'.lti ult.
Schr Thos. Sinnicks'in, liickcrson,ciearen at iiosum avr-ii
nit , for Washington. I). !.
Schr W. L. Hilles, Burgess.at portress Monroe 3i.'tti ult.,
from Swan Island, for orders.
NOTfCK TO MARINERS.
Captain Gallo, of barone Teresa, at. Now York, reports
that nn tho night of April .'Ml he saw a shoal in the ( iwlt ot
Maracail.o. It lies in about Int. 1 1 2" N., long. 7 1 2."i VV. of
Greenwich. It hail from nine to nine and .i half It et oi
water upon it, and is not laid down on any chart known to
Captain (.alio.
SPECIAL. NOTICES.
jt- FOH THK SUMMER. TO t'KKVKNT
sunburn and all discoloration and irritJitioiis of ttio.
skin, lutes of mosquitoes or other insects, use, Wright's
Alconated Glycerine Tablet. It is deliciously fragrant,
transparent, and lias no equal as a toilet mhiii. I or h.,1o by
druggists generally. It. A U. A. WK1G11T, N.i. H24
CHLSNUT Street.
fcj- V. if. t )f r ICri Or Alt 1 1 r 11 1 A L, LIMrs,
nil np iiopri. il mil ,pi,,s,vj uuviiik ,nj,:u iuii.io
y Congress for purchasing
AHTII K 1AL LIMBS I OR OIT'ICI KS
of the United States Army and Navy mutilulcd intni
service, spplications may now bo made, in person or I"
letter, by olticers entitled to the benefit ot the, uct, utid
who desire the best Artiticisl Limbs, to
Dr. It. FRANK PALMK.lt, Surgeon Artist.
No. lHi,i Clt H.st) r Mlreet, i-niiniielptim,
No. 07S BROADWAY, New York,
No. Si GRFF.N Streot, Boston.
12? Offices for Supplying Army and Navy Officers.
J5QT DR. F. R. THOMAS, T1IK LATE OPE-
tuU.t of the (.-niton Dental Association, is now the
miy our in rhiludclphia who ditvots hi ntiro time und
?nu-ticp to extrai'titiK teeth, absnltitoly without puin, by
renh nitnua oxide U8. Office, 10117 WALNUT St. lo la:
jgy DR. WYMAN, DENTIST, No." 2.17
North SIXTH Streot, opposite I'ritnklin Sqiiare,
extracts teeth abnolutoly without pain with pnro Nitrons
Oxide (Jj, inserts tlie bent teeth, and mnkoH no charge for
extract iiifr, with or without Iran, when artificial teeth are
inm-rted at Dr. WVMAN'S, ISo. &7 North SIXTH. SLrut(
oppOHite Franklin Square. 5 15 liu4p
jg5f PENNSYLVANIA KAILROAD COM
PA NY, TKKASURKR'S DEPARTM F.HT.
PiiiLAiiF.i.rmA, Mny, 16, M.
NOTICE TO STOC KHOLDKRS. Tho books uro now
open for subscription and payment of the new stock of this
Company. THOMAS T. FIRTH,
5 IS JtOt Treasurer.
"A PENNY SAVED IS EQUAL TO TWO
r.urneu. i ue lime iu save niooey is woea you earn
it, snd the, way to save it is by depositing a portion of it
weekly in the old FRANKLIN SAVlNti I UN1), No. f.M
(S. FOURTH Street, helow Chesnut. Monoy in larise or
small amounts received, and five per cent, interest allowed.
Open daily from U to 'd, and on Monday evenings from 7 to 9
o'clock. UYKUS (JADWALtl.A UI.K,
3 lb iTeasurer.
PENNSYLVANIA RAILUOAD COM PA NT,
1 itJiAS L Itliit S iltl'AlflJl mx.
Philadelphia, Pa., May 30, 18CD.
NOTICE TO STOCKUOLUEKS.
The Hoanl of W rectors have tills duy declared a
Benil-anntial dividend or FIVE PER CENT, ou the
eapltal stock of the Company, clear of National and
State taxes, payable Iu cash ou aud after May ao,
1S63.
Blank powers of attorney for collecting dlvidonds
can be had at the Oillce of tho Company, No. V..8 S.
Third street.
The Oillce will bo opened at 8 A. M. and closed at
4 P. M. from May SO to June 5, for the payment, of
dividends, and alter that date from 9 A. M. to 3
P. M. THOMAS T. FIKT1I,
o 3 dot Treasurer.
Note The Third Instalment on New Stock of
1SG8 Is due and payable on or before June IS.
OLD OAK3 CEMETEUY COMPANY
OF PHILADELPHIA.
OJ-F1CE, No. 5 IN WALNUT STREOT.
This Company is now prepared to dispose of Lots, clour
of ull incumbrnnce, on RKASONABLIC TERMS. Tho ad
vuntiiKcs offered by this Gomutory are well known to be
equal if cot superior to those possessed by any other Ceme
tery. We invite all who desire to purchase Burial Lots to call
at the office, where pluns can beseon and all particulars
will he given.
To societies desiring large tracts of luud a liberal i oil no
tion will be made.
ALFRED 0. HARMER, President.
MARTIN LA'NDFNUKKUICR, lieusnrer.
MicBAT.t, Nihiiet, Secretary. 1 11 nm
tQe- PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD COMPANY.
TREASURER'S DEPARTMENT,
Philadelphia, Pknna., April 2, 1869.
TO THE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE PENNSYL
VANIA RAILROAD COMPANY.
All Stockholders, as registered on the Books of this
Company on the 80th day of April, 1809, will be en
titled to subscribe for 25 Per Cent, of their respective
Interests In New Stock at Par, as follows:
First, Fifty per cent, at the time of subscription,
between the ICtli day of May, 1S09, and tlie SOtti day
of June, 16C9.
Second. Fifty per cent, between the irstn day of
November, 1869, and the 31st day of December, 1869;
or, If Stockholders should prefer, the whole amount
may be paid up at the time of subscription, and each
Instalment so paid shall bo entitled to a pro rata of
the Dividend that may be declared on full shares.
Third. That every Stockholder holding less than
four shares shall be entitled to subscribe for one
share; and those holding more than a multiple of
four shares shall be eutitled to subscribe for an ad
ditional share.
Fourth. All share upon which Instalments are yet
to be paid under Resolution of May 13, 1868, will be
entitled to their allotment of the 25 Per Cent, at par,
as though they were paid in full.
THOMAS T. FIRTH,
4 2 2ra Treasurer.
CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS.
Rb R. THOMAS & CO.
IiKAl E11S IN
Doors, Blinds, Sash, Shutters,
WINDOW Fit AMES. ETC.,
H. W. C0KNEK OK
EIGHTEENTH and MARKET Streets
6 M 8m
PHILADELPHIA.
QEORCE PLOWMAN,
CAltrENTElt AND BUILDER,
S 84
No. 134 DOCK Street, PhiladeloUia.
FIRE AND BURGLAR PROOF SAFE
C. L. M A I S E If,
MANUFACTURER OF
F1RK AND BUKGLAIt-PKOOP SAFES,
locksmith. BEijnANGER. and dealeh in
UU1LDIHU HAIiDWAUBi,
B B5 No. 434 RACK Stroet.
BOARDINO.
AT NO. 1121 GIRARD STREET MAY BE
. . ui.iin,i rumisned and uniunuaueu w i ju"i'
I ag. board also. If desired. 1 "
AQRIOUUTURAL..
T'ilTI ihntiiTii. nionuirllUV .iitiiitm"
i i.."v r. i. I 1 1 l J L.U L ij i. , w w w . . -DA.
AffrlMi,!..;.. i Kt.rawberrv : Lawton
Tiu;kherrv Phtnl. II 1. , t i..n.v,nl. and other Ctraua
Vines. iorsaUbf T. 8. O. K. r l.KTUUK.lt.
- - , ,, . rr r-i -
-J-'VT? lflVITPtlW fiXT MV nvTTTTPn n
1. -u,i.w.i v. , .1 Jja. - v. 1 .j-.
J all disoases of a certain specialty. Ottit buurs, t to
k, Ho. 38B.IUJtVtS iU6u.et. (0
DRY COODS.
TJ ATERIALS FOR SUIT?,
In Stripes and Grey Mixtures.
THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT ON THIS
MARKET. j
RICKEY, SHARP & CO., ;
NO. 727 CHESNUT STREET.
SILKS ! SILKS I
In Stripes, Checks and Shots,
IN OUF.AT VARIETY.
RICKEY, SHARP & CO.,
NO. 727 CHESNUT STREET.
LIWEN rorLIKETTS,
NEW AND DESIRABLE ARTJCI.U
At 31,0. per y aril
RICKEY, SHARP & CO..
Ho. 727 CIZZsSrrCTC" Street.
JATArJESE SILKS
AM)
rOFLXIJETTES,
A FULL ASSORTMENT.
RICKEY, SHARP &. CO.,
NO. 727 CHESNUT STREET.
LACE POirJTS,
IN NEW AND REAUTIFUL DI'.STGNS.
RICKEY, SHARP & CO.,
NO. 727 CHESNUT STREET,
4 9 tJrp PHILADELPHIA.
QOOD BLACK SQLKCS,
YHOLESALK AND ROT AIL,
BELLOWS DRAP IMPERIAL,
DE CACHEM1RE I)E H01I1.
DOUBLE CHAIN GROS (IKALN.
WIDOWS' SILK8, NO (4LO.HM.
BLACK SATINS FOR TR1MI1.N(H,
EYRE &. LANDELL,
FOURTH AND ARCH.
TRIPES AND WISTL'RES I'OR SL'ITS.
EYRE A LANDELL.
M
AGN1F1CENT ORtKVNDIEa AND LAWNS.
EYRE LAND ELL.
LAMA LACE POINTS, OLUAM, BOUKNOL'S,
IJ .I.MH14IM, MM lllirA
PI LL LINE OF 8PKINU SHAWLS.
4 8 Btutli:im EYltK ,t LAN DELL.
GEO. D. VISHAM,
No. 7 N. EIGHTH St.,
s uow iircpui'cd to offer one of tlio laignt ainl bout
delected stocka or
DRESS COODS
TO BE FOUND IN THE CITY, AND WILL EE
SOLD AT THE LOWEST UAJrill PRICES.
NEW GOODS OPENING DAILY.
DlackSilksI Black Silks !
BLACK TAFFETA, only 81-f.O.
BLACK GROS GRAIN, HEAVY, two.
BLACK GROS GRAIN. W1DF. t2 0O.
BLACK GROS GRAIN, RICH, fa -as. faw), fa -in.
JS'tOa-W), J4U", li, snuu.
FOR BAKGAiNS CALL AT
ONE PRICE STORE,
No. 1 Nortli EIGHTH M.viwL
OUR MOTTO SMALL PROFITS AND QUICK
SAI.ES. in tiiHtimmrt)
T ADIES WHO ARE PRErARIN(J FOR
J A SUMMER TRIP, OR THE WATERING
PLACES,
Will flint 0UI MtDOfe Of
WHITE GOODS
Very complete, embracing
THIN MATERIALS FOR WAISTS AND DRESSES,
Incluiling 8-4 FRENCH MUSLINS lit BO oentu,
TABLATANES, FRENCn NAINSOOKS, In 1'lnin.
Stripeil, ami Plaid, PIQUES, PEKINS, ETC.
Aa we make NECK-TIES, SCARFS, BOWS, LINEN
COLLARS AND CUFFS, EMBROIDERED
SETS, HASHES, ETC., SPECIALTIES,
In our asHortmeut will always found upproved
NovcltloH. rs ai tlmtuintrp
i:. M. 3i 13 13 U A 13 N Ac C .,
NO. 112(5 CHESNUT STREET.
310, D. S. DOKZVCOM , Q
HO. 310 N. MOHTH STRFF.T, A HO V E V1NK
(Successor to Morriss A HorTnuin).
Spring oponins of Black Silks, Drens UoikIs, OussimerfS.
White Hoods, Kid Gloves, Kmbroiileries, Hosiery, Clovus,
Trimmings, Notions, Comets and Hoop Skirts, etc
Hlk. Silks, 2, 2-2, 2'40. White liooils in greiit sriety.
lilk. Silks. a f, a 76, ii.
Fluid Muslins. 'M. 'A'ki.
bik. Alpacas, ill, to, wo.
I.ustre Alpacas, bil, 5A, tJ'o.
Kt.ripe N'aiimiNik, 2J, 2''i0.
While and Kult I'lijun. 25e.
Yaid-wiile Chintzos, iu.
Mohair Lustres, bo, 7u, Itll.
Spring Dress CoikIh, ail, 35, 28, 31, 35, 37M, 40, 4n, 60, tiOo.
Wool Cassimeres, 45, bo, tiO, "ft, Uiy(, 90, $1, $1 26.
Remember the number 310, above Vine (laige double-
ront store). 4 211 tilths it
PARASOLS.
PARASOLS. ALL THE NEWEST
Ijondon und Paria styles, whioh for noveltv. va.
riMty, ana ewgaace are onequuuia. A. lurge tt
Sjw aortmeDt of 1 Jioe (Jovera. Kh Hid and Hun (Jm
Hum nt the lowent pricoB, at H. LtlXOS'H limy Oooda
Store. No. 21 H. r HiHTH Street
4 10 Hid
REFRIGERATORS.
CAVERY'B PATENT
COMBINED DIXIXO-nOOM
Water-Cooler and RcMgerator.
This article has a tank for Ice anil water, of iron, ena
muletl. aminiietl in such a munuer as to cool an enameled
iron chamber, both being covered with an ornamental wal
nut case; iu the chamber, butler, milk, and other provi
sums can be kepi uool and sweet; the ice in the walortiiuk
is not wasted, but supplies at all times cool water for drink'
ing purposes, all being perfectly tree from the taete of ziuc.
ur auv other substance that can iu any way be detriments
to health: ami as tins article is intended for tlie diiiimr
room, its superintendence is eaiiy and convenient, uud it
cannot fall to reoouiuionil Itself to all housekeepers as
ukeful aa well as an ornamental luei e of furutlure. Nun
and 4 are set on legs and auswur the purposes of side tahlue
Id dining-rooms.
We manufacture foor si7.es: Nop. 1, 3, 8, and 4 holding
respectively 2, 4, B, aud B gnlliins. No. 1 is siuall, ami is
mutaiiie only ler very small itiuiues.ur tor mils and bulU r.
No. for large fauulies, buardiug-houses, elu. Nos. 2 and
H ara intermediate sies.
'I hey can be bad of any raspoosible f'lrni-liirg store, or
of the luauolaotuiers. PA V b KY A CO , 1
Noe. till anil Mo M AKH, E l btreet,
Cercef Boutii FRONT and EKKO Street.
t K lis i'luUdaliilun,
ore
CROCERIES. ETC
r TKB CRIOINAL AND GENUINE
AT.TTEUT BISCUITS,
Mannfftctnrcrt lj Mackenzie A Macktmzlo,EiUtiburgr.
Tprp Bisonitf" ar surpllpd roiniliirly to tho Queen,
tbe lUgral J ilI y, and :tie Nobility of England.
FC'R SALE BY
Tfccmpson Blaci's Son & Co.,
BROAD find CHESNUT Sts.,
4 3 ft utb?itirp
nnL.DELPHIA-
pRESH FRUIT IN CANS.
PEACHES, FINEAirLKS. ETC.,
tiHLL.N I'UltJI, TU.U.VIUBS,
FRENCH I EA KUCUROOMS,
ASPARAGUS, ETC. ETC
ALBERT C. ROBERTS,
Ii'aler In Flno Groceries,
Vi 1rp Cor. ELEVENTH and VINE Street.
J I OI A E L MEAGHER A CO.,
No. m South SIXTEENTH Street,
Wholt'Hiue and Rctiill Dealers In
IR0V1S1ONS,
OiSTEIiS, AND PANT) CLAMS,
FOR FAMILY ITSB
TERRAPINS ei PER IKZIN. 8 8
CENT.'S FURNISHING COODS.
.TENT BIUU'LDE U-8 E A M
tlllhT MANUFACTORY,
AND GENTLEMEN, FURNISHING STORE.
PFRHrCT FITTING RHIRTS AND DRAWERS
made from mensureinenl at V'.tv phort notice.
All other art ll It Ol 1,1-iM Lr.Mhill S UluSi) UUUUS
in full variel.
VVllNCfll'.Sl e.K i Jt.,
11! No. 0 OHKSNUT Street
He Sa Ks Ce
Harris' Seamless Kid Gloves.
EVEHY PAIR WAUIIANTED.
JEECIUSIVE AGENTS FOR GENTS' GLOVES.
J. W. SCOTT & CO.,
BSISrp NO. 814 CHESNUT 8TREKT.
CARRIAGES.
CARRIAGES! CARRIAGES!
WILLIAM I. KOGEIW,
CARRIAGE DUILDEH,
1009 and 1011 CHESNUT STREET.
Superior CarriugeB el my own manufacture Jbullt
lor the
pnivma season
0P
(5
COMBINlMa
STY LI!,
LURAL3L1TY, AND
ELEGANCE OP FINISH
Atlenticn plven tq it iiainni?. (417 stutU 3m
Ciirnag!B Stoied and lusuranre effected.
fgg3& GARDNER & FLEMING,
CARRIAGE BUILDERS,
No. 214 South FIFTH Street,
BELOW WALNUT.
A Lhrgc AHHortineiJl of New and Second-hand
O lit 11 I -V a E JS,
1N(!1,UI !NG
Cocfie KocauwujB, I'liaitonn, Jenny Llnds, Buirgles
Dejmt WngoDf, Ktc. Ktc, 3 23 tutlis
Fjor Safe at Reduced Prices.
SOFA BED.
O V E lt'S PAT E N T
COMBINATION SOFA BED
1h decidedly the Veit Sofa Red ever Invented. It can
lie extended from a Sofa into a liundsume Frcncli
BeilKtad, with lnilr spriug mattress, in ten seconds
of time. It requires no unscrewing or detaching, hm
no separation between back and seat, no cords to
break, and no hinged toot attached to the top of tin;
back ts support It when down, which la unsafe and
liable to get out of repair. It has the conveniences of
a bureau for holding clothing, is easily managed and
It is lmixiBsible for it to get out of order.
Price about the same as an ordinary sofa.
H. F. HOVER,
OWNTO and soj.b manufacturer,
1 26 tnthsfitn No 0 SoiKh SECOND Stroet
1115. WM- T' HOPKINS'
1115
L.D1ES' E3IJ?OIlIU3.
NO. 1115 CHESNUT STRRKT (GIRARD ROW).
Largest assortment and Best and Cheapest Goods la the
city in all the following lines:
Manufacturer of Hopkins Celebrated Champion Hoop
Bkirts, fur Ladies, Mihs, snd Children, in over four hull
dred styles, shapes, lengths, and sizes.
Coteil, Satine, and Janes Corsets, in eight diflorent
stylus, niannfaotured ezpresaljr for our own sales, from
trU) toi,Y
3U different styles of strperlor ntting French woven
Whalebone COHKKTS, front lj I to
14 varieties of ritra nandaome Whalebone Corsets, from
75 cents to '50-
fSboulder Braces, Madam Foy's Corset Skirt Sup
porters, eto.
Mrs. Moody's Patent Pelf adjust inn Abdominal Corset,
highly reuouiuiendud by physicians, troui ),' U) 17.
Fir IX LINES OFI.AflIES UNUEKOAU.
3'J Bartram Fantom's Family Sewing Machines,
being gratuitously distritiuted to our customers for the
pnrpiiM of guttiiitf ttieui intrmluceil. a 2n Hn
DRUCS, PAINTS, ETC
JOBKllT SIIOEMAKEU & CO.,
N. E Corner FOURTH and RACE Sts.
IRILADELI'IIIA.
WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS,
hnjioru-rs and Manufacturers of
White Lead and Colored Paints, Putty
Varnishes, Etc.
AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED
FRENCH ZINO PAINT 8.
Dealers 6Ld ccLBomera supplied at lowest prices
lor caah. H t
STATE RIGHTS FOR BALK. STATE
Higtits of a valuable Invenlion iiiHt patented, and for
the BU(J1NU"CU I I '1NU. and (JHl'r'r'lSu of dried beef,
cabbage, etc., are hereby on rd for side, . Il Is au article
of great value U) proprietor of hotel, and nUurn ts.
AMUSEMENTS.
C " FUN? VJn STREET RINK.
A large number of the
BKKT HII1F.RR IN THR CJITV
have registered their nanips, snd will h nri,,il. i
KRII.I.IANf COSriJM? tl"
while others will be riggnd
a I.N CKOTI HOCK AND f!OMIC DRKRKFH
a ;kotf.nAik HAND OK MUHUJIAN i
with instruments of ,
" YP! Or.DKN TIMF.8." '
During the evening a numbrr of '
fOMIU KACFS.
PROGRAM M K OF MAHtJUF.RADR:
lll(ANI FN TKK.K Of , ;
MAStiUKKADKRH.
To be followed by
A DOUBI.K RACK
bpfwren two gentlemen well known in this city; alo all
the Police Courts.
HOYS' ihiiibi.f: rack.
Boys kindly loaned for this occasion only, by tu Ui
rectors ot tbe Hmmo of Hefugn. s
HACK BV K()lTR OK NTS.
showing the sind they made on a certain night irl
Ii'sviuk v hfrry Hill t'rison.
A 1(11.1 1 II A1, RACK KrTnr.M TWU flF.'i'JK.
11,1 t,l.'UU
fihowing the siiped thiy wi.h to tmVn noit OctoliOr.
Jl IIUJ lAi'l.
BY ni'HJMi:sii:AL'RAND.
Firit time before tho piihllir '
liA.MK OF TAfJ.
by four Mssinicrndrrs sn President, an ci Trade,-, AH
ex r.niTor, snu an ei-Army tilticer.
1 lie putiiic may Ucpenil upon hnving
A A Y TIMK.
Persons appearing iu FANCY DRHSSKS will lie fur.
lushed with
V I'l.Of'II'FnFS r HKK OK (UIARIIK,
COM t'.M l-.S TO 111 UK AT TU K KINiv.
I'KOKI-.SSOIt I II1KSM AN'S UAM1 -
Will bp in sttondnnco. ' -
If it Hioulil rum onluendav tlitn Carnival will tin mut..
punetl Ui
1 1 1UKMAY KVKNIM.'. June 3.
A MK1UCAN ACAUKMY OF MUSIC.
1 V MISS KKI.I.OOO'S
GRAND FARKWK1.L TO PIIII.ADRI.PHIA.
H.IAVWI'l,Al.-j,k,il ....1,.. ...
i.. , ivnnimun ri-npecuiiuy announces iiai, prior
to lu-r depart ore for Kuropn In the aie.uniir "LaViiiuUti
I '-il.. Hnn-..J 1 i.
. bi.o, .... ,..i,in,,,ii. i. i,,,?, i null, inmiin,
III I KM I'l ill 1 lillllul.- L'L-I llkl.ll
will sppesr in a (irsnd Operatic ( Concert, "
On WKIlNKtillAV KVKMNO, Jnne 4,
whpn the following artists will assist. MISS CLARA,
I.OL'IRA KF.LI.Otill: Mail'lle Alide Topp (th popular
piano virtuoso), Signorl Boetti, Reina, Busini, iWili, Mr.
Ruilolph llennig, etc.
rioion irom txossinrs mr.nnr. nvjLiK.w KL.L.K" will bQ
pcrfuruied, with instrumental and vocal selections.
On TIIITRSDAY EVENING, June S.
CRAM) FARF.WKU, OPKRA NIOIIT.
II. BAHIUEKK OI bEVlGLIA, i
with nn immensp cast.
FULL HOKU8 AND COMPT.F.TE ORCH FKTRA.
Musical Direotors Mr. H. Behrensand Signer Abprla
Admission, 1 ; Reserved seats, 6oo. extra. Season ticket
(two nights, rpserved seats), if a. iiMti
Tho side of Season Tickets only will commence imMON.
DAY, Msy SI, at o'clock A. M., at Trumpler's Musi
Store, No. Via Chesnut street 1 2S tf
M
RS. JOHN DREW'S ARCH STREET
THF.ATRK. Begins qnarter to o'clock. i
LAST NIGHTS OF MR. JOHN COLLINS,
MONDAY AND TIIKSDAY KVKNINOH. I
THK SOI.111KR OK FORTITNM
Captain O'Rourke. with songs JOUN !OLLINfl
After which, JUS LAST LWiS. J
O'Cullughan .JOHN COLLI N
SARAH'S YOUNG MAN.
Mr. H. ('raignnd Miss F. Dnvenport.
Fridny-Ijist Benptit of Mr. COLLINS.
Momiuy Neatr-BLACK AND WHITK.
WALNUT ST. THEATRE. BEGINS AT TS';
THIS fTuesilny) KVF.NINO, June 1.
EBiSKtOND NIU1IT
of the world-renowned Conipdisn,
MR. JOSKPH JKFFF.RSON,
who will appear as
RIP VAN WINKLK,
in Dion Boucicault's grpat Drsma of
RIP VAN WINKLK;
OR, THR SLKF.P OF TWKNTY YKARS.
THEATRE COMIQUE, SEVENTH STREET,
below Arch. Commences at 8 o'clock.
THK CRICK F,T SINUS.
MISS SUSAN ( ALTON,
the young nnd gittpil prima tlonnn, as
FLOKKTTK, THK CRICKET,
in a new fuur-act opi'ra. entitled
FLOItKITK, THK CRICKET,
the whole company appearing'in the cast.
MAT1NF.K ON SATURDAY.
'OX'S AMERICAN, WALNUT STREET
Auwvr, r-nmin, iimn .m, u von tire. B O clock.
HK WONUKKHOITTHK WORLD KNUriOKD.
i ii i . t, ... i . i . in, v i- i nr. iivnitu rinioiup.o.
RISTK.RS I. K'l'l' A anil ROSA. Ithn cmuf.,., ,.k
wonderful Gymnasts, KVERY KVF.NINU THIS WKFK.
JOK KMMKTT as "Rip Van Winkle," "The African
Wizard," "Troubled Kuti-hman,"
THK DASHWOOD SISTKHS and Master CLARENCE.
CII K S N U T STREET TIIEATRE .
J. K. McDONOUOH Manager.
LAST WEEK OF auager.
WALL'S
ELISE HOLT BURI.KSQUE COMPANY.
THK JUDGMENT OF PARIS.
InrSIX NHiHTS ONLY, engagement of
WILLIAM IL DONALDSON and H. GILBERT,
who will make a
VELOCIPEDE ASCENSION
from the stage to the gullery, a feat never before uU
tempted.
SATURDAY MATINEE.
rp II E T 11 I R D C O N C E R T
OF THE , '
WEST PHILADELPHIA CHORAL 80CIETY,
AT
MORTON HALL,
FORTY FIRST and HAVERFORD Streets.
TUESDAY EVENING, June i; at 8 o'clock. '
TICKETS ONE DOLL A if
For sale at J. E. Gould's Piano Rooms, No. 923 Chesnu
street, and W. IL Boner A Co.' Music Stole, No.
Chesmit street, and at the door to-night. It
PENNSYLVANIA ACADEMY OF iFINfl
ARTS. The Forty-sixth Annual Spring J-llhiblUo
of Paintings, Sculpture, Ac, is now open.
Admission, 25o. ; Season Tickets, 60. U Sri 3M
Open from 9 ASL to 614 P. M.,nd f romi to 10 P. if.
GYMNASIUM, CORNER OF NINTH AND
ARCH Streets, for Ladies, Gentlomsn, and Chil.
dren, is now open DAY aud EV ENING. Lesnons given la
Sparring and l enoing. Call in person or send for circulars
8 t) stutlillmo - PROF L. LEWIS.
VALER'S fLATE MILLER'S) WINTER
GARDEN, Nos. TOO, 723. 724, and 7a VINE Street.
THE GRAND ORCHESTRION, formerly the properW
of the GRAND DUKE OK BADEN, purohased at great
expense by JACOB VALER. of this city, in combination
with FLAMKR'S ORCHESTRA and Miss NFLLIK AN
DERSON, will perform EVERY AFTERNOON and
nvtnuu at in aooTe-msntionea puo. AdmiNMon
free.
1 13 tf
POINT BREEZE PARK.
p o i . t is ie i: i: g.w i a ii
WKDSESUA i
Matih 1500. vile heats, three In five to harness
Good Duy and Track.
R. P. Stetson mimes b. lu PETROLEUM.
Owner nunitisblk. in. LIZZIE PATCHEN.
Adniisslon, fl. 8 312t
DYEING AND PRINTING. .
ESTABLISHED 18 1
The New York Dyeing and Printing
Establishment,
NT AT KN I N Ij A IV O
No. 40 North EIGHTH Street (West Side), rhlldfl
phia; No. 8 DUANK Street, aud 76'i BliOADWAY.
New York.
This old and wen-known Company are prepared, a
obuuI, with tlio hlKheut Ui'pree of uklll and lheinie
approved machinery, TO DYE, CLEAN SK, ami
FINISH every variety of LADIES' and GKNTU4.
MHN'S GARMENTS, and PIECE GOODS, In their
umittl superior manner.
GARMENTS CLEANSED WIIOI.B. 311 thtrtut
NOT K Th ia la our only office in Phllailelpliia
" PER SO N A L."
APPLICATION HAS BEEN MADE FOR
Duplicate Certificate No. 1348, name of "Ports
mouth Orpuans' Asylum," issued May 3u. !Mi7, for 1?0U.
New Ixian duo January 1, IShd. Original lost, in tint. Rich
mond. Va., iu ltJtio. BAIN A BRO .
4;jftiiilin Portsmontta, Va.
OST. NOTICE 18 KEREBY GIVEN TIIVT
J apitlication will hm nintle to the Fmnftiio l m Irihrir
ca ( uiiitny for runewal of perpetual policy i,lt
dated June tJ. IHAH, for -lin) issued Ut the TmtfWrt of dm
Hhiloh hnptiht Church, which htxM been IuhI ir m inlaid.
The tinder will ilohe return it to T. A. MANNiN'U,
ChMirnmn, ete.,
no. i
1H18CHKI8TI AN Street 6W(if
N
JOTICE ALL PERSONS HAVING OOODtJ
deiiositpd at HKITKW'S LOAN OKt'ICK, N. K.
corner 1 11 ThKNTIl snil MAKKKI' Btreeta, wlu-h uara
remained over the luteal time, are hereby notinod to rail
at the H. W. ourner of ELEVENTH aud FILHKK'I"
til reels, aud osy cbarae on tbe same, or lliov will be soldi
at auutmn at No. !!7 South street, on Monday. Juu 7tu. at
V o'rlock.
ALEXANDER O. CATTELL A CO.;
PROUUCKOOMMISSION MHKCHANTh. . j
HoxUii NUB I'll WUAHVU1
Ha 37 N"TH wro STRKKT.
PMILADHXPttlA. m
UKiairsu Q. CUwhj JCluai Oatiku

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