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TM; tUUt.Y KVKN1NG TKLKOKA PI I TUUaA DELPI 1IA. Fill DAY, FEBK1UIIY !J, 170.
CUv A Unlaw. A meeting of employing honse p.intrs waa brld yehtcriiay, at which a resolution agreeing to pay Juiirnyiiien painters fJ'.V) jr day for ton bourn' work on and altar the first of March next wa wLiptuil. The nqouml anniversary of the Yonnf Men u Union Christian AiHociatioa wan celo tirated at Oonocrt 1MI last evening. Ad drsnes were rmvlri ly John Wariamaker, E'(., Her. Win. . MhUiu, Rev. T. D. Miller, and Rejv. H. T. Tanner. Tb following oflWr were elected yes terday by OontieiU in joint ootivmition: Chief CvMiiiuiaaioner ol Highways, Mahlon If. Dickinson; Comniinflioncr of Highways, Hirnin Horter and Jatuos Work; Coininismonfir fit Markets and City 1'roporty, Jonathan II. Figh; -Cuirf KngiDOer of the Waterworks, Frederick Graff; Kuprintendent of City Rail roads, John Hosier; Superintendent of Girard Katato, Charles S. Smith; Agont of Glrard Efitata, tiamncl H. Carta; Superintendent of Trnnts, Charles Oat. -Yesterday afternoon Reserve-Officer Cront rreKted a niiddl;'-i(.;nd, restiootably -dressed woman, who bad been f.ollecting money npon the false pretense that i was an anthori.ed agent of the Lindlcy Doira Hociety of the Fourth Tresby terlan Church. She had a book in which was what purported to be a minnte f the society, sotting forth its needs, and it was stated in addition that this was the first time the society had been compelled to solicit aid from the pnblic. The Coroner's jury in the case of the un known man who was found dead in a cell a the Third District Station, yesterday rendered the following verdict: "That the said un known man came to his death from conges tion of the lunps. The jury are of the opi nion that the oflioers in charge of the station house at the time were derelict in their duty ia not ascertaining positively whether the man was not insensible from sickness and ex haustion whem placed in the cell, the post mortem showing that he must have been suf fering from illness for some time." Last evening Feter McCartney, residing No, 201 Manship street, died from injuries aeoeived on Saturday night. It appeared that the deceased was cjnarrelling with his wife. In order to escape from him, she ran np Ktairs into another room oocupied by John McGuttridge. McCartney followed her, and McGuttridge endeavored the save the woman from further violence; he was assailed by McCartney, and McGuttridge alleges that in self-defense he was compelled to use a stove plate, and strike the deceased. The blow took effect npon the head, and death resulted last evening. McGuttridge was arrested, and the Coroner notified to hold an inquest The Secretary of the Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania, I. O. O. F., has issued a circu lar giving the names of the following mem bers who have accepted their nominations for office in the Grand Lodge, the election to take place next April: For M.W. Grand Master JohnB. Springer, f No. 127. For R. W. Deputy Grand Master Alfred JSlack, of No. 241. For R. W. Grand Warden Wm. Stedman, of No. 113; Philip Lowry, Jr., of No. 572; Francis M.' Ilea, of No. George Bertram, of No. 190; George Madill, of No. 343; John G. Moxey, of No. 4; Theodore Com man, of No. 91; Isaao A. Shoppard, of No. 22!). For R. W. Grand Secretary James . B.: Nicholson, of No. lOtt. ForR. W. Grand Treasurer M. Richards Mnckle, of No. 40. 1 For It." W. Grand Representative to the G. L. U. S. Robert A. Lamberton, of No. KiO. Domestic Affairs. Gold closed yesterday at 120jj. The Naval Deficiency bill passed the Senate yesterday. Fayette McMullin's Richmond picnio yes terday proved a complete failure.- 1 A bill providing for the punishment of baggage smashers has passed the Legislature. Yesterday's Internal Revenue receipts did not exceed a quarter of a million dollars.' General Terry had a long corner ence with the President yesterday upon Georgia affairs. The remains of Governor Washburn, of Vermont, were interred yesterday at Wood stock. The political contest in New Hampshire ' is growing warm, labor reformers and tempe rance men being enpecially prominent. There was a sharp passage-at-armn be tween General Butler and "Sunset" Cox ( during the debate in the House yesterday on ' the Legislative Appropriation bilL A delegation of whisky iren urged upon the House Ways and Means Committee yes terday an extension or tne time lor witn drawing whisky from bond to three years. A bill, transferring the powers vested in the Legislature to grant divorces to the Courts of Common , Pleas, was . disoussed in the 'House at Ilarrisburg yesterday, and indefi nitelv noBtnoned. ' A committee has been appointed by the New York Board of Fire Underwriters to eon f er with the officers of banks, trust companies and other corporations in respect to the effect i of the legal . tender decision, me Doara seems to think that omoers or such corpora tions are bound to accept nothing but specie in payment of contracts made prior . to . the passage of the act. ' t- Forelan Affairs, ., rrtvost Taradol is not coming ,to Wash. .Tino-ton as Minister of France. : . The British Government are not disposed i to make any reduction in the tobacco duties, -- Hills are pending before the British Par' , Lament for the construction of twenty-four street railwavs. ' '- Spain's Minister at Washington ia antho Tfeed to make treaties of peace with the South ( American republics. . . , , , The Uautte. d'Auaxhouro, containing - draft of the canon of Papal infallibility, was t . not permitted to circulate in Home. Notice has been given in the House of ' Commons of a bill depriving bishops of their i aekts ui the House of Lords, . Had the riots in Paris oulminated in in- snrrectlon, Napoleon held himself in readi- ness. in full uniform, to join the troops. O'Donovan Robho, the Fenian, recently ! elected to the Jirmsn l'arliament from Tip ," perary, being ineligible, Mr. Gladstone yes terdav moved for a new election. Patience in askod of the oublic bv the English .Government in regard to the tele ( graph . service. The confusion was due to inexporienced employes, bad weather, . and the buuuen increase of business. , , Mark Twain Is married to Miss Olivia Lantrdou, of Elmlra; and it is Raid that he will ' OH ICL'lUrilljr, cxpociiiii; prouaoiy tu net icciur. ine enough at home, like other Benedicks. The Dublin Ration recalls the followlnor ukso between John Bright and Frederick ucas: "When Lucas became a Catholic, Bright Void to him, 'Well,' Frederick, how dost thou like thy new1 superstition V 'Better, John,' replied Lucas, 'than I liked our old hypocrisy.' CUV Cmu'li Hoiii biaiiohesor Councils met fKir)iiy fHTtmiiTl Ht thr hkdsI hoilf. Tlie rirort of tb;hlf Knelnwrof this W'tT Pi lihrtirmnt n.ldf tht Hunt J ot directors of Ul inril ullcee rr- Muhmlttcil. .Ucoti hlndrr, iiretll lit of tli Sprtfnd and Third trfrtu Railway ('nmpaiiT, r'tlrlotie(t for an amaml- innt to the ordinance n'ui ;tliig railway compa nlR, that the liwme ot une-liurse cars shall be hrreftr Kefnrreil. Mr. Ilodgilon.fhali man or the water Coram' ttee, floreil a rrraluMon aixhorltue a contract to be msde for t)m eoriHrurtlon ol lire hollers at the Mobiiylkill Watir-work, byjaines Morris & Co., lor I3.4XI 70. Adopted. llr. I'urlow called attention to a Mil Introduced n the Ilonce of KeprrrantattveH, ropo Ine to ffl"" the City 8twaR4 and UHIUntloii Company the con trol of street vlanlnf( In tho city. Interred to the committee on legislation, witn lnstruntions to pre pare a resolution requesting that the bill be de- eawa. . Mr. Dnmni, chairman rif the Committee to Veri fy tho ('aith Acvoanta of the City Treasurer, sub- mitten tne loiiowins statemrm: Cah balance on hand. iiOD,l2t 07. Appropriated for the following parpovns: For thtt payment of in terest on city losns. fO.tHl 04: sinkinir fund secu rities, SI2A.242 47; loans, warrants, &o., f Mi ,4l!4 0,); unary ciaima, v 01. A resolution auowine unnrlea r.. johnnton to rriwt a wooden building on Penrose Ferry road, be- iow jiiBHien hub, r irsi wara, was adopted. An orainanceappropriauiiK VAiuror the Improye irnt of the City Treasurer a ollico was paMod. From the Hoard of School Control communica tions were received, asking tbe arnronrlation of lots corner of Twenty-third and .leffernon streets, ana. tue northeast portion of 1'enn snuare, lor school purposes. Keferrcd. Air. rranclscus introduced an ordinance makinar It Illegal to place nmrket stands on Second street, north of Market, under a penalty of 3 for each otlence. This does not interfere with farmers roll ing their own produce at residences. Laid npon tun laoie. Tbe following bills from Common Council were disposed of: Koiatlye te tne exemption or councumen irora serylna as Jurors. Ptuwd. ror tne non-incorporation 01 uie sewags ana Utilization Company. Passed. KeqneatiiiK the lceisiature not to constitute a commission for the establish ment of a bouse of correction. Passed. Appropriating 9833,000 to tbe police department for the year 1870. Pasfed. Itelatfve to an approbation to tbe Board of Port Wardens. Disagreed to. .iteiatiye to a new pier on me ueiaware ironc, south of Coates street. Passed. Making an appropriation to tbe Highway De partment. Passed. Tbe committee to whom were referred the bill prevented tbe driving of cattle through the city between 8 A M. and 8P.M. reported a negative recommendation. Indefinitely postponed. Anjournea. Common Brnnc. This chamber met at the usual hour. President Wagner in the chair. A number of petitions for gas lamps, sewers, etc., were appro priately reierreu. Mr. Wlllits presented a resolution, requesting the Senate of Pennsylvania not to pass the bill relative to tbe boune of correction. Agreed to. Mr. snlBler presented a resolution requesting tne Legislature not to pass the act giving tbe right of cleansing tbe streets to tbe Sewage and Utilization Company. Agreed to. Select Council bills were taken up. One relative to the erection of a cattle yard in Twenty-fourth ward was agreed to. Air. uardsiey, ol the committee of Finance, offered a resolution to enter satisfaction on the ofllclal bend of Mahlon H. Dickinson, chief commis sioner or Highways, approving the sarettes of sold Dickinson. Agreed to. Also, one authorizing satisfaction to be entered on the official bond of Joseph N. Plersol. Agreed to. Also, an ordinance making an appropriation of &24U2 44 to tbe board of port wardens for 1870 and to pay deficiencies of 1869. Agreed to. Air. s. Miner, or committee on uignwavs, pre sented a resolution to open Bounty and Thurlow. streets. Agreed to. . . Mr. Hubii, or committee on police, presented a resolution discharging the committee from tbe inrtner consideration or tne ordinance relative to tbe driving of cattle through tbe city. Agreed to. Also, an ordinance tor the better carrying of prisoners in the police vans, separating males and females, and making it penal to supply any prisoner with liquor. Agreed to.' Mr. Uanna.ot the Committee on Trusts and Fire, presented an ordinance making an appropriation to tbe Superintendent of Trusts and Fire. Agreed to. Air. iiauna presented a resolution requesting tne Legislature to exempt members of Councils lrom serving on juries. .Agreed to. . Air. wiiiiis presented a resolution instructing tne Chief Engineer and Surveyor to draw certain war rants. Agreed to. Air. Allison, or toe committee on House or cor rection, presented a resolution requesting the J-e-gislature to repeal a portion of tbe act of incorpo ration, so as to allow the use of a portion of Lower uubiin township tor tne erection or a nouse ot cor-' rertlon. Agreed to. Mr. 8. Miller presented an ordinance approprl tlng 530 to the Department of Highways. Agreed to. Mr. Bardsley called np the ordinance maklne- an appropriation to the Police. Department for the year 170. Mr. Hulin offered art additional item for tbe placing of names on street lamps, appropriating 9100 for the same. Agreed to. . , 1 he ordinance was then passed. The ordinance appropriating SM.VSOO to the He-' partment of Keceiver of Taxes was called np, and, en motion of Mr. Martin, postponed for one week. Mr. Bardsley called ap the bill appropriating 1,1U4,630 97 to the Board of School Controllers for 18711. The Chamber went into Committee of tbe Whole. Mr. Oram moved to strike out item So. 422, ap propriating (10,000 for the introduction of music in the public scuoois. Mr, Bardsley spoke In favor of striking oat . tbe Item.- Mr. Wagner spoke warmly in favor of the appro priation. j ne motion was iosi, ami me item agreed to. . The committee then rose and tbe Chamber ad journed. BaroRT or th Chikv Kroikxkr of the Watkb DiPAiiTUKXT. The report of the Chief Engineer of tbe Water Department was submitted to Coun cils yesterday. It states that nine tree tie ts have occurred since the erection of the dam, as follows. February 21, 1822, nine feet one inch; June 2ti, 1839, ten feet two inches; February 10, 1840, seven feet; tlanuury 7, 1841, eight foet; March 14, 1846, seven feet one inch) July 1, 1850, eight feet; September 2, U50, ten lect eleven inches; August 15, 18t7, seven feet four inches; October 4, 180U, eleven feet five Unties. Tbe Koxborougb Water-works have proved ex ceedingly expensive and a burden on the depart ment. 12,290 feet of distributing pipe have been laid id Alunavunk. . An unusually large amount of pipes and mains have been laid, amounting to 22 miles 1884 feet; the number of new attachments is unprecedented, and of course greatly Increases the demand for water. 'The expenditure of the work for new construc tion and maintenance have reaohed the very large sum of :Kiii,7ti8 28. The receipts from water- rents and pipe hnve been S808,dU8 23. Tbe receipts from all sources were 8813,470 83, . The machine shop shows a nominal profit of lti,730 wi. xue necessity tor economy in tne use of water, and tho diminution of all waste, makes it more than ever apparent that the city should im mediately commence tbe use of meters for the mea surement of all water supplied to large manufac tories, hotels, &o., where the waste ia now exces sive, and where water is tbe essential element in conducting their business. It is sincerely boned that authority for the introduction ?( Vhio valuable appaiatus will be promptly granted. ! The total number of gallons of water pumped at tbe Fairmount Water-works during the year was 7,48!),Ull,Uti!. The total number of gallons pumped at the Schuylkill Water-works was il,735,5o,020. 1 lie total number pumped at the Delaware water works 1,042,780,033. Total number of gallons pumped at me x wenty-tourtn Ward works 2,oei,. 4m. At the Germautowu Water-works 218 .229.800, Total number or gallons pumped by all the wot ka during tbe year was 12,414,702,330, being an average of :4.IM0.401) gallons per dav. . i Tbere are now 442 miles 854 feet of pipe laid in. the city. Tbe total receipt for tbe year amount to fc813,470 83. Total expenditures 441,241 62. Thel total number of permit issued for tbe laying of pipe during the year is 11,004. Total amount paid lor water loans Wt)8,S20 tin. Total receipts from all sources since consolidation fcH13,470 Hit Total ex penditures since consolidation 9u,7i;g 28. The register reports the eti mated receipt from all sources for the year 1809 were koo,000. By refer ence to tbe tabular statement It will be found they amount to S8U8,508 23, an liicreasoloverUbe total re ceipt of tue year li8 or .I8,)2 47. The total amount of delinquent pipe bills returned to survey department for lien during tue year was a4,8tu 43, STOVES, RAMOE8, ETO. .Lu TTTOMSON'S LONDON KITCUENE1 or KUllOPKAH KANGK.forfamUiea. hoUla. tmlilla intitatlon. in TWKNTV DlVtKRI?W r:kiyh ai fliilulaliihlm Huuaa. Uutiir kn rffioes, Portobt' Hauin, low-down drat, Fintbowu hiuiYon, Batli Boilani, htaw-bola Plates, BuUan, Ikwking tilovM, -' irlntn't f '1 retail, by the nuuiutavtarsra. hHAKPU A I MOMhON, II K 6m WlW.hltOVWVIlKtf MARINE TELEGRAPH. It uiitiltwnal Marin fV raj. ALMANAC FOK FllILAPKLFHlA THIS DAY. Sim Kisks 7-oo.Moon Kikbs 3'lt tn-H fr-.T oDOlUiou Watkh I i2 I'lllLADKLFll I A BOAIuToK TRAU& P. C. Ml't'AMMON, ) J. Pkick WkTMKitu.L, J- Committee os the Month. liKOHUK N. AlXBK, j MOVE.M KNTH Or OCEAN NTKAMSIlir. FOK AMEKK'A. Atatenta. tendon ew York Jan. 15 hmMt Bremen New York Jan. Iowa OlHAgow.... New York Jan. VI Htlieria Livwrpool. ..New York y B..Jan. 81 Belvetia Liverpool ... New York Ian. t Manhattan Liverpool. ..New York Jan. Prussian Uverpool...lortianl Ian. V7 t .of WaKh'ton..lJvernool. ..New York lun. 27 Amelia UlapKow.... New York Jan. !W Vllie do Paris. ..Brest New York Jan. 8 Westphalia Havre New York Jan. 20 ella London few York Jan. vfl Java Liverpool. .. New York Ian. 2 I'onan ootitnanipton. ..New York rcu. I Tarlfa Livitimm)). ..New York v. B..Feb. 1 MIR EUROPE. f'.of Washton.New York... Liverpool Fen. 18 Bheln New York.. .Bremen Feb. IS Pennsylvania.. .New York. ..Liverpool. Feb. I Atalauu New York. ..London Feb. 1 Iowa New Yore. ..olaagow Feb. 1 Westphalia New York. ..Hamburg Feb. lb Java New York...Uverpool Feb. 10 Manhattan New York...LlveriKiol Feb. 18 riibcrla ...New York... Liverpool Feb. 17 C. of Baltlmore.New York. . .Liverpool.' Fel. 19 Anglla..- i... New York... (Uatgow Feb. 19 t'4tyof N.l oi k..Ncw ork. . .IJvernool Feb. 22 C'ella New York... Ixindon Feb, 20 COASTWIHK. BOMKSTIC. ETC Ptiorman New York. . .New Orleaos. ..Feb. 12 Tonawanda.... Philadelphia. Hnvannali Feb. 12 Proinelhi!ils... .Philadelphia. Charleston..... Feb. 17 M orro ( ustle. . . New York . . . Havana Feb. 1 7 Juniata Phlladelphia.New Orleans ... Feb. 19 i nueti mates. ..new i ork .. .New Orleans.. . Ken. i Columbia, New York. ..Havana via No Feb. 24 Malls are forwarded by every steamer in the regn lar lines. The steamers for or from Liverpool call at otieenstown, exeept the Canadian line, which call at Ixmdonderry. The teames for or from tbe Conti nent call at boothampton. CLEARED YESTERDAY. Steamer ' Diamond State, . Wood, Baltimore, A. Bark Hchamyl, (Crosby, Matanr.an, Warren A Cregg. Si hr t iara, Mullord, KlDgstoD, Ja., D. N. WeUlar A t'o. . 8rhr Jos. Maxfleld, May. Cftlbarlen. fchr Caroline Hall, Daisy, Providence, D. Cooper. Bchr . StolKiifle, Frajne, Providence, ilo. ARRIVED YESTERDAY. Kchr Potesi, Tniax. 1 dav from Lefnsic Del., with grain to Christian A Co MEMORANDA, f hip Royal ( harley. Anderson, for Pbilailelnhia. entered for loadlDg at Liverpool 24Ui tilt. steamship Prouielhcus, bray, hence, at Charles ton yesterday. . , . . Steamship El ( Id, Nlckernon, for Philadelphia, cleared at New York yesterday. ' ' Steamship Juniata. Hoxle. cleared at New Orleans Stti inst. for Havana and Philadelphia. meamsnip .lames b. oreeu, Pace, Hence, at Kirn mond P. M. 7th inst. Meamship Whirlwind, Sherman, hence, at Provi dence 8th inst. Bark Lepanto, Bell, sailed from Antwerp 24th ult, for New Orleans. Bark Mary C. Fox, Ross, hence for Matuuzas, was spoken 7th Inst. lat. UO 24, long. 74 08. Bark Trovatore, Blanchard, hence, at Messina 18th ult. via Lisbon. Bark Scud, Hopkins, for Fhiludelphla, sailed from Messina loth ult. BrlpC. V. Williams, Thompson,' jienoe, ' at Oporto th ult. Schr J. T. Allmrgcr, Corson, hence for Mobile, waa seen 7th Inst. lat. 8u 11, long. 74 0$. Sehrs K. u. Jrwln, from Safem, add K. ;. Whilden, from Boston, both for Philadelphia, 'at Holmes' Hole 8t h inst. 8!hr N. J. Miller, Dunham, from St. John, N. B., for Philadelphia, sailed from Salem 7Ui inst. ScbrMary K. Somers, Somers, clearea at Boston th inst. for Zu.a, Cuba. Schr Antecedent, Pendleton, hence for Providence, passed Hell Jute tb Inst. Schra David S. bluer, Huntley, hence, and William Oillnm, Mehaffey, from Port Peiin, at Providence Ui Instant. . Schr Richard Vaux, Whlttaker, sailed from Rich mond 8th lust, for Savannah. Schr J. Paine, Stevens, from Province tetfn for Philadelphia, at New Yorx 9th inst . Schr Idaho, Davis, from Portland for Philadelphia, sailed from Salem 7th inst. Schr Millard Fillmore, Chase, ahore near Garnet .Lignt, i'lymoiun, Mass., cieareu at peruana 4tn inst., reporten ror rntiatieipnia, Schra L. A. Danenhower, Gardner, hence for Ports month ; A. H. Cain, Simpson, hence for Portland ; Elvie Davis, nand, bene for Boston; and U.K. Vaugban, ltisley, from New Castle, Del., for Boston, sailed from Holmes' Hole A. M. 7tn inst. the L. A. . D. and K. K. V. returned again next morning.. . WATCHES, JEWELRY, ETO. ' -twis udomus & co; ' DIAMOND DEALERS Jt JEWELEKS.V WATCIHS,4KWILBXaSILTKa WAUK. ,WA1 ITCHES ana JEWELS! BE? AIRES. J02 Chestnut 8t, Phil: Ladies' and 1 Gents' Watches AMERICAN AND IMPORTED, Of the most celebrated makara. FINE VEST CHAINS AND LEONTINEI ' In 14 and 18 karat. DIAMOND and other Jewelry of tho latest doricn. . Encaitement and WsdU Rincs, in 18-karat and ootn, ', Solid SUTor-Ware tor Bridal PraaraU. Tabto Ontlarr. PUted Ware, ate. Utfmwl ESTABLISHED 1828. WATCH 28, JEWELRY, CLOCKS, SILVERWARE, and FANCY GOODS. 80. n K, BUTH STREET, PHILADELPHIA, HOWARD WATCHES, TUE FINE AMERICAN WATCH AT THR VERY LOWEST PRICES BY ALEXANDER R. BARTER, Snceswor to John M. Harper, Agent for the Howary Watch. No. 308 CHESNUT STREET, lUSm BEOOND BTORT. RICH 4 E W C L R Y JOHN Bit EN NAN; DIAMOND DEALER AND JEWELLER, , NO. X3 SOUTH EIGHTH STREET, ; 8 1 mwl tmrp PHILADELPHIA, i i ' WILLIAM B. WARNE fc CO ; Whnlaul. Daalara In ' jLO, WATCH KH AMD JEW KI.RT. A b. K. Mair BKVKINXH and OUKKNUT Street mi booond noor, aad late of Ho. V6 B. 1'UUUi bw D EINQ AND 6QOURINO. OnEPIl M O T T li T, KI KVK 1)K PARIS FRENCH RTKAM nVh'INil A Nil RCOITRINO. On any kind of W oaring Annual, for Ladies-Genta, and rihlldnin. ratent aiivarataa for Btratoluna rants irum one to Ova Inches, Ko. 2M 8. NINTH Btrwt, PttiUdalpbia. c O. R N KXCHANQK BAG MAFmyAO'I'ORT, I. JlAllJil, R. E. eorner of UARKKT and WATER Straeta, : . riuiaoeipnia, . DEAUrglN UAIuilNDBAOflllia H . I . . 1 , '""' . Of mtrt duovriptioa, fur . Grain, Honr, Bait, Bopar lboauliate af linaa. Boa Jhut, Kte. INNV lil IrteaBdamaU0U A(S eonaUatli aa Ua4. OITV OKDlNANCtS'. ORDIHANOK 1 Ko or the Coimlr. ui Um if a llriiiun cu r llif' llfdilliilf frmiroail, im Broad Btrp't. Bertion 1. 'Hie rVieci and inmn t'oiinolis of the Illy of rhllnilrlphla do ordain. I'hat the ;iiy poiH'iior ne aunioriKcil and is hm-ny iiirvuti'il mi have a contract executcil with tlm I'lniiulitlnhia and Itcading llallrnad f'ompany for the eoiisini'ituin of a tirlrtg.. over t.h! Heading Railroad, on me line of jiruan airct'i. i iif wliiin of BHK1 lirlilge to Im not lss tbau elBhlj-flvo feet, with i'rrliig!-way nfty ?ypn font tiPtwrwn enriis, and at sm-.h elevation above the rails of said railroad as may lie designated by the l lih'f Knglncvrend Hnrveyor: providi-il, the t lfar headway shall not be Irss thau sixteen feet Thfisiisnto he fifty fret In the clear, measured at right argli to tbe line of said railroad. it snau De construRted with stoon abutments and wrougbt-iron superstrne.tnre, with nng-stonn foot ways, and a carriageway of Nicolatm pavement, havirg a width iictween enrbs aa by law regulated, and In arcnrdane.e with plan therefor on fllo In the Jji paitinnt of surveys, slgiisil Jointly by the Chief Ftielneerof the Headlnir Railroad Uomnsnv and the Chief JfiiRlnewr and Hurvcyor of the city of 'Philadel phia. The work epnn said bridge to bu c immenced witnin ten days afir the execution or the contract. Dd romplrfd within nine niontha thereafter. Ail material and workmanship to be appro votl by the uhM-f Knglneer aud Hurveynr. Heel km a. Tba terms of said contract tone that when the said structure shall be acceded -by the Chief Engineer and Surveyor aa completed and satisfactory, the said railroad company shall re ceive as full payment therefor from the city of I'hiladclphlt, In warrant drawn by the chief Com missioner or Highway opon the City Treasurer, a sum not. exceeding forty-four thousand eight hun dred and twenty dollars; payments to be made monthly during the progress of the work, ont of item V3 of appropriation to tho Department of Highways for tho year 1670, upon estimates pre pared l.y the Chief Engineer and Purveyor of the comparative' value of work done; anil further, that sbonld the work, as so vonstruetid by the said railroad company, cost them less than the sum of seventy-six thousand four hundred and forty-twe dollars and fifty cents, that a dednctlou shall be made from the. final payment by the city of 1'nHa tlelphia, as aerelnnoted, proportional to said rednw. tun of cost. 1 1 ; , " " ' .Section 3. Warrunu for the alxivi; to im ilrawn : by the 'hlef Commissioner df High ways, in accordance with existing ordi nances. Loris vac;nkh. . rresident of Common CoiinciL Attest John VX-xstein, Clerk of Common Council. MANUEL W. CATTELL, liTHlilent of Select Council. Approved thta ninth day of February. Anno Domini one thousand eight hundred and seventy (A. 1. lbiu). PAN1RL M. FOX. 11 It Mayor of 1'hllitdelphla. N OKDINANCE iV To make an appropriation for the Payment of Usmagrs for the taking of l'ropcrty for the openlug of Marshall street, Section 1. The Uelect aud Common Councils of the City of I'lilladelphta do ordain, That Uie sum of seventeen hundred and one dollars be and tbe same ia hereby appropriated for the payment of the fol lowing awards tuftde by the Koad Jury appointed to assess damages for the taking of property by the opening of Marshall street, from Little l'oplar (Meetler) street to (iermautown road, which reiort was confirmed by the t 'oi.rt of Quarter Hcsslons on the twenty-first -day of January, a. l. 1S"0, to wit: To Charles M. Wagner, fonr hundred (4i)) dollars; to Jacob Carrlgaii, three hundred ami fifty-one ilfAl) ilollura; to. Samuel Tobv and iiich srd Jones, trustees nnder the -will of Harriet Jones, deceased, three -hundred (ami) dollars; to KJizubetR t ope, executrix under the will of Cor nelius Cope, deceased, six hundred and fifty (A.)) dollars. And warrants for the said awards shall be drawn by the City Solicitor In favor of the respective par tics. IjOUIS WAOiNBK, 1'iesulent of Common CouuoU. Attedt . John Kc'krvf.in, . clerk of common Council. .. . 8AMUEL W. CATTKLI, President of Heleet Iniiucll. 1 Approved this ninth day of February, ' Anno IXimlid one-thoiuraud eight hundred ana seventy I DAN1KLM. PCX, 9:11 It . Mayor of Philadelphia, A1 N O R D I S A N C K iV Hiipplemenlary to an Ordinance to Authorize the Erection of Additional Market Houses on Gl rard Avenue, for the use of farmers, approveil De cern lie r ia, Kcrtlon 1. The -Select an: Common Cennellavf . the City T I'liiliolelplna de nntain, That so much of the ordinance to which this la a supple ment, so fai as It relates to said market being used exclusively fotf fanners, be and the same Is hereby repealed, anil inat meuoiii issioneria nereny utno rlKed to rent any nnoocupied stalls In said markets to butchers and others, where, in his judgment, the same is required. All ordinances or parts or ordinance to the contrary notwlthstaud- lB"' ' ' LOtriS WAGNER, President of Common CouuciL Attest JOUK EtiasnrurK, Clerk of Common Conncll. SAMUEL W. CATTELL, President of Select Council. Approved . tills ninth tlay of February. Anne Domiui one thousand eight hundred aud seventy (A. I. 1870). 8 11 It Mayor of Philadelpnia. T E S O L U T.I ON IV To Authorize the Kepalring of Sidewalks on the Line of Germantown and Perklomen Turnpike Company. Resolved, By the Select and Common Councils of the City of Philadelphia, That the Chief commis sioner of Highways be and he Is hereby authorized and directed to notify the owners of property front ing on the line of the Germantown and PerUomcn Turnpike Company, within the limits of Rising Sun andNlcetown, to repair the sidewalks; and If they neglect or refuse to comply with the terms of said notice for thirty days from the date thereof, the Chief Commissioner of Highways Is hereby directed to proceed aud do. the work, and collect the cost from the property owners. , LOUIS WAGNER, President of Common CouncM. Attest Arkaiiam Stiwaht, Assistant Clerk of Common Conncll. SAMUEL W. WATTKLL, President of Select Council. Arrived this ninth day of February, Anno Domini one thuubainl eight huudred and seveatf (A. 1), 1870). ' . ' DANIEL M. KOX, Slllt Mil or of Philadelphia. ; I K S O L V T I O N V Relative to the United State i Engine and Nep tune Hose Companies. Resolved, Hv the Select and Common Counetu of the City of Philadelphia, That the United States Engine Company be and is hereby restored to active service without Ions of appropriation, and the Nep. tnne lloae Company be and is hereby suspended from active service for two months, to date from 'January 13, 1870, and the Chief Kugmeer is directed to deduct from tbe animal appropriation to suld company the proper amount for the period men tioned In this resolution. LOUIS WAGNER, President of Common Council. ' Attest ABKAHAM StEWAUT, Ashi-itant Clerk of Common Council. SAMUEL V. CATTELL, Ircsideut of Select Council. ' Approved Ibis ninth day of February, Anno Dcininl one thousand eight hundred aud seventy A. D. 1870). , DANIEL M. POX. : a 11 It 1 . Mayor of Philadelphia. RE 8 O L U T I ON . ' 1 Relative to tho Suspension of the fame Hosa and Bariuouv Lngine Companies. Resolved, Ry the Select and Common Councils of the City of i'hiludelphia, That the Fame Hose and Harmony Engine Companies be and they are hereby aosptuded from active service for three mouths, to date from November 186s. ami the Chief Engineer of the Fire uopartinent Is hereby directed lo deduct from the annual appropriation to said companies the proper amount for the period mentioned in tills resolution. . , , , ... , LOUIS W AGNER, President of Couuuuu Couuul. AttCKt , . ABBAIIAM STKWAKT, AsKlsuiit Clerk of Common Council. SAMUEL W. CATTELL, , I'reHidcut ol Select Council. Approved 1lils nlnlh day of Kobruary, Anno Domini one thuusuud eight hundred aud seventy (A. li. lbihj. DANIEL M. FOX, Jlllt ' Mayor of Philadelphia. . cmittox, into., OlIiK 3n oitv OHDiNANcea. KKIIILUTIOK 01 Kimust to Hie ota I'g'.a;tore. Where )n .Jannary, A, it tevi, a penalty of thirty ihowVaud dollars as iniposed on toe ci;v of Millanelphla lor non-pyuient at the ti ne ll n r:-l by Jaw nt tho biate tax and nalr BjUI ta k claim ed to be due by the city to the Mate, And whereaa, At the lime ssld Bennly Waa Im posed, a suit waa then p.iiiling between the State and city to ascertain the trne amount of the Indcbt tdness of the etit en account of aald taxes. . And whereas,,On the determination of the aald (ult tbe rity, in SepieiuiMir, A. 1). ISM. pahl Into tbe Slat Treasury the snui of five hunilnil and Hxty-sevei thousand alx bundred and forty-four do lars and tlilitj-flve cents, aud received from the Slate Treasurer a receipt in full. hi . And whereas, Uefore the flt.al decision was made by the Supreme Court in said anlt, another nctinn was brought against the city en a snbseouent an una) settiemtnt, Into which the balance due upon the former settlement, then in sun, waa rcca pinnated.. . , And whereas, Owing to the complication of ac counts arising out of lieae two suits, and the appli cation or the above and other largo subsequent pay ments on account by the city, the second suit was not finally decided until June, 1W,, when Judgment .was entered against the city for forty-one thousand seven hundred and fifty-three dollars and slxfy-two cents, Including said penally of thirty thousand dell Jars and interest. . , And whereas, BunscqnenMy another penalty of five thousand dollars waa Imposed, and In June, inna, the city was compelled by execution to pay said Judg mentthe legislature not then being In session, and tbe Executive Deportment having no power, to remit said penalties, and being obliged to enforce the payment thereof. And whereas, Tbe said taxes, for tbe failure to make prompt payment whereof said penally of thirty thousand dollars was Imimscd, together with Inte rest and partially compound Interest thereon, and the costs of suit, bad long before boon folly paid by the city. -And whereas, The city pays the State on account of aald taxes, vis., Slate tax and half milt tax, an amount exceeding one-third of the n tilted taxa tlon of all tbe other counties of the State ; therefore be it Resolved, Py tire Select and Common Councils ef the City of Philadelphia, That the Legislature be aud they are hereby requested to remit said penalties, and to direct a credit to he made on the current account of the State against the city for the amount thereof. 1 I.OUIS W AON Kit, President ot Common Council. Attest John J-Vkptkin, Clerk of Common Council. SAMUEL W. CATTELL; ' President of Select Council. Approved this ninth dat of February, Anno Domini one thousand eight handred and seventy (A. I). 1870). . V DANIEL M. FOX. 3 11 It ' ' Mayor of Philadelphia. AN ORDINANCE To Make an Appropriation to ray Certain Ex penses. Section 1. The Select and Common Councils of the City of I'biladelphla do ordain, That the sum of Ave hundred dollars be and the same Is hereby appropriated to pay the expenses to be Incurred In obtalnlDg a release from tne penaltiea Imposed npon the city by the Bute for delay in the payment of taxe; the same to be expended unanr the su pervision of the Committee on Finance. War rants for said appropriation to be drawn by tbe City Solicitor. LOUTS WAGNER, President of Common Council. Attest John K'khtkik, 1 clerk of Common Conncll. SAMUKL W. CATTELL, Presiilent of Select Council. Approved . this first day of February, Anno Domini one thousand eight bundred and seventy lA. D. 1870). DANIEL M. FOX, a 11 it - Mayor of Philadelphia. TlKSOLUTION. JV To Authorize the Grading of . Thirty-third Street. Resolved; By the Select and Common Conncllsof tne city of Philadelphia, That the uopartinent of Hlshwavs be and la hereby authorised and di rected to (trade; Thirty-third street, from Bridge street to Haverford street, at a cost not exceeding two hundred and seventy-one dollars, the said street to be graded to tbe established grade of the city. , , LOUIS WAGNER, President of Coimnon CouncIL Attest AllHAllAM STBWART, Assistant Clerk of Common Conncll. SAMUKL W. CATTELL, President of Select CouncIL Approved ' this ninth day of February, Anno Doiiuni one thousand eight hundred and seventy IA. U. lb 10. DANIBL M. FOX, a lilt Mayor of Philadelphia. PATENTS. N 8. OFFICES FOR PROCURING Patents in the United States and Fo- . eign Countries, . FORREST BUILDINGS, 119 ft. l OI UTII St., riiilada., AD MARBLE BUILDINGS, , MIYKIT1I Street, above F, (Opposite U. 8. Patent Offioe), ' WASHINGTON, D. O. H. HOWBON, Solicitor of Patents. G. HOWBON, Attoraey-at-Law. Communications to bo adoreaaod to tbo Prinolpai Offioaa, PhUadelphia. 1 WmwsSin p A T E N T OFF I C C S, N. W. Corner FOURTH and CHESNUT, (Entrance on FOURTH Street), rRANCIS D. PAST0RIU3, 80UCITOR OF PATENTS. Patents procured for Inventions In the United States and Foreign Countries, and all bualneas re. latlng to the same promptly transacted. Call or send for circulars on Patents. Open till 8 o'eloek every evening. 8 amth PATENT OFFICES IS. W. Corner FOURTH and WAUSfUT PHILADELPHIA. a FEES LESS THAN ANT OTHER HJSUABL AGENCY, Send for pamphle on Patents. I tbetnl CHARLES R, KVANB. STATE RIGHTS FOR SALE. 8TAT1 Birbta of a valuable Iaveattoa Jnat patoated, and fo th. SLICING. CU) TLNQ, and CUfVl-lKu of driad boal n.l.lL atd.. ara harabv oflarad for aala. It ia aa artinL of (Tiuti value to pioprlatoia of hotoia and reatenruita, ndltnoold ba introduoad into ovary iamibr. H'i'ATB RIGHTS for sat. Model can be soon at 'AmdtUHAPU . fcU7U . iiUNDX A HOFITMAII, ROOFINQ. T EADY ROOPIN G.- it This RuoHnt is adapted to all build! ntcv Iteaabe aiiuneu iu STEEP OR FLAT ROOFS at one-half tbe enponn of tin. It ia readily pnt on o!4 Hblnulo Koola without removing the abinnUm, Uiua avoid ing Ilia uumHuirm mi oaiiiHga ana lurtuture wluio tuulur. riilnff rnn. Ira ki mml tiiuwl 1 PKEHldtVE VOCK TIN ROOKS WITH WKLTON'8 KljA'l'lLi ralfll. I am always prep rod to Ropnir and Paint Roofs at short nonce. Aiao, raim tun hLH uj uie barrel or guoa. uia iin anu cnuapeat ui uie uimou . W A W FTjTON t 17 No. 711 N. NINTH Street.' abua Ooataa TO OWNERB, ARCHITECTS, BUILDERS. AND ROOt KR8.-Roofsl Ysa, th. enalsana kind, old.er new. At No. HU N. THIRD 8trat, ftfAMIfr KICAN OONtlKKTK PAINT AND ROOtf tMJMPAN? ara aalUnn their celebrated paint for TIN ROOI"S. and for preaerving aU wood and metals. Alao, tHair aolld o plea roof covering, the beat over offered to tue public, wiU bruehee, eana, booketa, etc., lor the work. Antl-amiln, Ura, and Water-proof) Light, Tiaht. Durebla .No oraok. Inc. ptMilincorahrinkinir. No Pier, rr'1. " naat. Uood tor aU olmiaUa. DireoUons ian lor worii, or aowi wot men anppliod. Care, prompUnaa, oartamUl Vae avtoax -Ajrento .,tl for interloj gfifflfcaM. Principal. r. nirri MriTtT J rn ' Vn.'4 R. SEVENTH O Rtreet SVKAM TD - A K'TTEKS . AND FLuilBksr Tuba! ri?Jn...nd llraaeWork cou.tantl, U UUJIU. . . . AU work promptly tMdtW w. t&urt TaLf W Wt1 LVl 6fWkyd, l AMUSEMENTS. JIK.IUCAN ACADEMY OF MUSIC I'niirrradented nneea and trtnmpbaat return to Philadelphia o the I. I.ralfd CASI l'hA A lt"8A KA)USU OPERA. J it 'llhMN flO I Proprlatoas and Dlroctora, 11. UK V JVO, HuainoM Manarer. B. JACKSOIf, Star bK.l:y KTOHT8 AID TWO MATINKK. ONLT. !nmn.nlr To KlullT, J-ebrnaiy U, when the irreat runii'.al event of tbe eaetoii iil be tlio prtxiiieiion for the flrat lime In Fnclt.h, in this nlijr, aad dkhlcinlll Vmn In Ammiee, ol Moa.n'a mwiarwurk, TIIK AiAUHlAUK OK KiuAKO. , -. i Hrhio'. nnhelt, II'MK PARF.fA H08A In her tiatpptOAclialile mle nf hueanna, with Mi.e ROSR HM.r-1-H, Mr.. K. CKOIjfN. Mlvt K. 81H'X'I1N, nn. H. NOIlDHLOM. A. I,AUHANt!rJ, M. C.IJA MP I'll!, (1. f. l am F, KKOUIN, KINROSE, Miss AACHOn.andothert.' ln... U- SAUI tlflDl T O Alt Hi It. IW (Hatiirflay). lebrnarv 12, at i nW, ' ... f.MANI) Bl)H KM IAN 'illtl, MATIMIK. sl'na l'AJtKl-A-KOKA (forth rlt time In l'hiliutei hia) in hrr r. ihararter of Arline, with CAnll.K, AMI BKI.I,, SRiiUl.N. MiMhTOUKTON.atc UnHUNUlY. I'llMT ,iJ,...Lui. ArlmK.ion, i. iu.rfrt feaUk Wo. extra.. I'anllf (iirle, Mie. Amphitheatre. 'jJo. nraie aeiinretl for anr night at tho Academy, and at Truniplet'e, No. t fliefnut trtreet. ' JAST 1AVM OF TIIK. lVirio Muses." ' , ii m'i"r va u m i ii Kin win o'lvn n n ujori.w eo ana) public. Open daily from S A. M. until 6 P. At. Admimion .2.1 canM I Beaaon Tieknta M coaii A volume jnat leeoed (clota and fold), eon latum atna hntoaraDhaof ' 1 ba kltieea." and nortraiL of LiAnrmL fe3 ou. bant free bj mail. M 1 La . CARLES' GALLERIES, No. 816 CHESNUT ST11EET, LOOKING GLASS WABE&0OMS. TO-NIGHT, THE MARRIAGE OF FIGaRQ. 1 the treat MUHIOAI. KVKNTnf ha w.r. k. .hi FARKPA-hUBA aarivalled tympany. . " '. " LA V R A K X E N ' E' 8 OHTfRNTT BTrtFITT THRATRIr. Ttetrlneata TONICin-FAKKWKLL. B Kit REIT OK MIH8 Bll MAN UALTON. Firat time In America of tbo Comic Opera. '' 1HR INVALID fill AH li. "H""ii. THE PRIMA DONNA OF A WffJIlT bUS AN UALTOM aatbe I'R I M A DONNA, URJCTrUCVl I.A8TOAI.TON A1ATINRK, 8ATURDAT. MONDAY. MR. 1 RANK M Ab as B ADuUH la , 8TKKK1 b OF N EW YORK. , I ' ' WALNUT STREET THEATRE. THIS (Friday) EVENING, Feb. 1L , BENKFlTOs EDWIN ADAM8, , ( who will appear in hia celebrated rhnractor of , ROBERT LANDRY, . , , in Watta Fhlllipa' popular eensational drama, ia ihrae acta aud aproloana, enlitlod . 1 UK DKAD HEART. In ordei to scromnodato families, a HATTKF.E will bo aivin on SATURDAY FTaRNOON. at t o'clock. THK MOCLPTOR'a DRRAMt ' ..a,THa MAU11I.K liKART. . , MRS. JOHN DREWS ! ARCH 8TREBT THEATRIC Bertna Vtog wa lAREWal,L MKNF.FtT OF "'. MB. JOHN BROUGHAM. , , TO N1GU1' (Friday), Feb. 11, Mr. Broueliam'a Dickena Drama of i ,. , DOMBKY A BON. Captain Cattle JOHN BROUGHAM .... Aided by tho full Company. Double hill on HATUrlDAY NIGHT. MONDAY LITTLE KM'LY. Keate necnred tx ilaya In advance. 1 ' ' FOX'8 AMERICAN THlATRl WALNUT Street, above Hiahth. ' Immenan suoceaa of tba versatile artiata, RHKRIDAW anil MACK. Laat week ot ROI.1.IN HOWARD, who will appear in bia Original bnrleetiuo of ... HAMUKT TN BLACK. " 1 " ' F.VERY KVKN1NO TWO ORMAT BILL8. , THE GREATEST MU8ICAL SENSATION A on record.-Mo7.rt'a roaaterwork, MAHR'AOR Off FIGARO, TO NlOHT.at the AOADRMY OF MUSIC. 'V' EW ELEVENTH STREET OPERA HOUSE. Xi RLE VKNTH Bt.reet, above Oheannt. " m. THR FAMILY RKoORT. ' OARNCHO88 A DIXKY 8 MlNSTREIif, " tbo great Buy Troupe of tbe world, in their aneo allied ETHIOPIAN bOIRKRB. BEAUTIFUL BALLADB, BONGS, ,i . OPERATIC SKLECT10N8. and " . EVERKHNA,SuBBUBLMWK8 B.F. 8IMPBOM, Tr.reV0AkM0B0B'' "tiL DUPREZ A BENEDICT'S OPERA HOUSE. BE V KNTH Ht., below A rob (Lata 1 beatro Oraigeal An Knllre Cbango of Prnpramme This Wenk. ... THU EVEN IN O, DUPRVX A BENEDICT'S i , . . Giantlo Alinatrels Introduce, NOTIOE.-Sociotioo Schoola, Fire Campanios, Clubs, ate, can make favorable arrangements for BcnehU. ' , VALER'S (LATE MILLER'S) WlNTED GARDEN, Noa. 790. T2S. TH, and '28 VINE Street. THK GRAND'OBCHrSTRION, fonnwly 4h property of the GRAND DUKK OF BADEVf. purenuad at creak azpenae by JACOB VALER.nf this ciiy, ia oombrnation with HAMKR'8 ORCHKaTKA and MiaaNKKUM ANDFRRON, will perform EVERY AFTERJJOOflaad EVENING at the above-mentioned pUoe, , " Admlaaion free. ' '' '"'Ifetl THE MAFRTAGE OF FIGARO BY THE PAREP A -ROW A 'omuuny has been produced seven -taea timea with ureal ancceaa to overflowing bouses. - ii ', t TEMPLE OF WONDERS, AP8EMBLY BUILD ING8. 8IGNOR BLITZ EVERY KVFNIWO. at 7. aod MATINEE on TOED. Ne-bDAY and SATURDAY at 8. ' Admission, Sa ota. Reserved Beata. 60 eta. , w lie CENTZ AND HA88LER'8 MATINEES- i i unutn a r titim n a t t i.um w . rvy jiniriunij j iv UAIjU, AOWAla TVlT DA I U 1 Ti a v a rvuMru.v . QU At.lI.L ' viVl a auwai v Yy ww v VWVaVt . IV 1 e PIANOS. ALBRECHT, RIKKK8 A HOHMIDT, fa-r MAMurAirrunrJiia or . FIRST-CLASH PIANOFORTES. , Fall guarantee and modenita prioee. V WARKROOM&. No. 610 AROH fHreef. LEGAL NOTIOE8. TN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS FOR X THE CITY AND COUNTY OF PHILADELPHIA. I'US1 b' h" - June Term, l't, No. 7, Beptember Term, 1899, We. 67. To JUJGAH A. BOURNE, tbe Reapoudonti-Kir Yoa will plenao take notice that a ruleL.e been granted oa you in tbe above caae to tbow oauae. If any yon have, wby a rtivori e a virvulo niatriiunoii .Would not be de creed tlierecn, returnable oa BATURDAY, Febrnary ii. Win, at 10 A. M .i arauDal aerrice having failed on axconnt of juurabxenoe. CHARLK8 K. afKX, 9 8wftiit4i Attomty Pro Libeliant. FIRE AND BUROLAR PROOF SAFE J. WATSON A BON. , I :i Ol tbe UU firm of XYANS WATBOH, ! FIRK AND BUBQLAH-PBOOV ; k; SAFE T O BH NO. 63 SOUTH FOURTH STREET, ' Ball , AfewdoaeabwObenatBt,Fnikl TUB. PRINCIPAL DETOT FOR TUB RAIJI OF .; R E ,v E N U B a t a at r a ,. ' No. 804 CirE8NUT STREET. "' ' CENTRAL OFITCE, No. 108 a FIFTII STREET (Two door below Chesnat trcet), , .. B 8 T A B L I S II B D18.,' V The sain of Pevenne Stamps Is still continued at the okl-Kstabit Jd Aircnoiua. Tbe stock comprisos evury denomination prtntl by tbe Government, and having at all times a btrpe supply, we are enabled to till and forward (by Mail or Ex press) all orders lui mediately upon receipt, a uiau ter of (treat linportauuu. United MtatewNutfH, National Hank Nots, TJrafta on hliiiadelplila, aud Pont OUlca Ordcra Kcoived ia puyuient. . , Any Information ropardlnfr tbe deelslons of tba CoiiiiiiiKHiiiner uf Tiiti.TiuU Revenue vboerfuliv aud uTUtuiloimlv furmslied. liifyenue Waaips printed npon DrafW, Cti ks, Re celpta, etc. , ' ' ' 1 . Tito loihiwme rates of riinmlsslon are allowed oa Rtaiiips and siamid r'uper: ' , On fill) and upwards per ,ilU " uki ;: , 3i)0 ,......(!.. ," Address all orders, etc., to STAMP AHENCY, JSU, m VJiJEt, A'iVttKT, PHILADELPHIA. El