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THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, MAY 28, 1870.
5 ni NICAL AJI IMIA1T1ATIC. The OUT AaiHWiMt At thk CnKaNUT a variety programme will be presented this evening. On Monday a number of new attractions will lc oflered. At tub Walnut the drama of Not Gu lly will be performed for the last time this evening. Ou Monday Mr. Joseph Jefferson will com mence an engagement with his great personation of "Kip Van Winkle." At the Akch the comedy of The flitter Half, Mr. Craig's burlesque of Don Juan, and the drama of The, Golden Farmer are announced for Ibis evening. TnE Amfhion Musical Society will give a grand complimentary, concert this evening at Musical Fund Hall, to theirlenderand Instructor, Mr. Carl Sentz. A first-rate programme of musical selections will bo presented, and an unusually fine entertainment may bo expected. At thb Eleventh Street Opera House the regular season will close with this evening's performance. At Dui'rez & Benepict's OrEnA House nn entertaining minstrel performance will bo piven this evening by Allen & Pcttiugill's troupe. The Pennstlvania Polytechnic and Ana tomical Museum, at No. 1305 Chcsnut, street is worth visiting. The Kichinos Enolisii Opera Troupe, after a vcrv successful tour in the West and South, wilT open at the Academy of Music on Monday evening, Juno 6, for a brief season. On Tuesday, June 7, Mr. S. Behrens, the musi cal director, will have a benefit, when Meyer beer's great opera of The JIuguenots will be performed for the first time in this city In Knglish, with all the members of the company in the east, and with an augmented chorus and orchestra. The performances of this opera by the Kicbings troupe in the various cities they liave visited have always excited much enthusi asm, and our opera-goers may expect a more than usually fine entertainment. rrom the "Y'M." It baa long since become a settled fact that of all the various sewing machines which have been offered to the publio np to this present time, the Grover A Bakf.r is, for family use, by far the best. With all their skill and large earns of money combined, the gonius of the civil ized world has not bean able to present anything as good ; and while sewing machines of other manufacturers, which bave been forced npon the market by unusual and extra ordinary efforts, are daily offered by thoir owners in ex Change and forsaloat any price, the "Grover A Baker" is steadily winning its way to the pinnacle of fame. Not only docs it do all the different kinds of work, that tho others combined can do, but it also executes the most beautiful embroidery with two, three, or four threads, even making elegant bouquetj. When other sewing ma chines are laid aside and forgotten, this wonilorful inven tion will hold a most important place in the family. We hear a great doal about the simplicity of the various sew ing machines whioh are so loudly praised by the manufac turers and tbeir agents; but we think that tho testimony of a lady in this city, who has been totally blind since childhood, that "after testing several different makes of sewing machines she selected a 'Grover A Biikor' because of ihe ease tcith which she coul I operate ami manage it," should settle that point in the minds of all who have heretofore been in doubt. We do not wonder that these maohines are sold in every part of the civilized world. How many a mother's heart Aiubeen made glad by having one of these valuable labor-saving instruments, and how many more fill be made glad, now that thoy are sold on such easy terms as to be within reach of all! And not nly that, but we learn farther that they are delivered nd instructions given frit of charge, at the rosidenoe of purchasers, in all parts of the country. Who shall say that we do not live in an age of wonders ? CITY ITEMS. Mt-n'b Clothing. 'S OrjTH'8 Cl-OTHINO. Hot I ' ULOTHIMQ, Nkw Spring Styles. A ix Kinds. All Sizks. Better in bttlk, mark, and kit than any other stock ov Reaii-maik Uarmbnts in Philadbi.ph ia. l'KICKS ALWAYS GUARANTEED LOWER THAN IBB LOWEST ELBE WHERE. Hai way bbtwff.n ' I Bennktt 4 Oo., FlfTU AND SIXTH STREETS. ) m jS STREET. Gay's China Palace, No. 1022 Chesndi Street, will close out the entire stock at less than gold prices. Below we quote prices of a tew leading articles. The stock of fancy goods is offered at a much greater disoount from former prices : White French China Dining Sets. 150 pieces t3J'00 White Frenob China Dining Sets, 113 pieoes 21 69 White French China Tea Sets, 44 pieces 7 '00 White French China Tea Sets, 46 pieces 800 Best Stone China Dining Sets, 97 pieces. 9 50 Best Stone China Tea Sets, 44 pieces, cups witn handles 3 50 Best Stone China Tea Sets, 46 pieoes, cups with handles 4 00 Best Stone China Chamber Sets 250 Best Stone China Cups and Saucers, per set, 13 pieces, cups with handles 65 White French China Cops and Saucers, per set, 12 piecea, cups with handles 100 Parisian Granite Dining Plates, 9H inches, per dozn 100 Table Tumblers, per dozen 65 Table Goblets, per dozen l'UO Goods to go out of the city will be packed and delivered to the transportation oftioe free of charge and insured against breakage to destination. Show rooms opentil9 'clock at night. Old England has Sauoed us for the last half century, and there has been a .roost no end to the amount ana variety of sauce which we have swallowed without ques tion. The fact is, a good table sauoe is extensively used aad greatly needed. To supply this great want the Alpine ftauce is offered to the publio. 'Its ingredients are all pure and wholesome. It originator, who has spent the Lest part of bis life in catering for the publio. has spent years in preparing this sauoe; by earnest and o ntiuued ettorts be has succeeded in preparing a table sauce which be fondly believes to be the heat sauce extant. The present proprietors of the Alpine Sauce hiving Submitted it to some of the best judges, bave been agree ably turpriaed at its favorable reception. As an appotizer it is unequalled : for exquisite iUvor, zust, and buoyancy, wit hout a rival. 'I hey bave been counseled and enciiuraged to bring it more extensively in the market, believing that ao rich a treat should be generally known. Although Larely possible to suit every tasto, induced by the favor able opinion of the best judges, they feel justified in guar anteeing satisfaction in every case. Kvery lover of a delicious table sauce should test the Alpine Sauce. If not satisfied their grocer will refuid t be money. For the quality the price is very low. Why useaforeisn article when a cheaper and better one is made at home? Grocere and the trade supplied on liberal terms. Seiser A Brother, No. 30 North Wharves. Cancer Plant. The most potent and efficacious remedy for all blood, cancerous and scrofulous affections is the celebrated University medicine, the Fluid Ex tract or Cancer Plant, for which Mr. Joseph O. liar- - rold. Seventeenth and Cbesnut streets, is the agent in Philadelphia. This wonderful remedy completely eradi cates all vestige of cutaneous disease, gives tone to the digestive organs, promotes the various secretions of the . body, and imparts auoh activity to the alimentary canal as to purify and invigorate the entire system. Its use gives health, strength, elasticity, and vigor where all be fore was but weakness, debility, and general prostratiin, The cures performed by it surpass in extent andfvariety those of any preparation heretofc re known, aad it ia an inestimable boon to invalids which they should fail not in securing. Mm. Will lam W. Oassidt, the jeweller at Do. 8 8. . Beeond street, has one of the largest and most attractive tocks of all kinds of Jewelry and Silverware in the oity. Be haa also on hand a large assortment of fine American Western Watches. This entire valuable stock is now toeing sold out below oost, preparatory to removal. Those who pnrohaae at this store at the present time are certain to get the worth of their money. Thb Cheap and Reliable Establishment. Albert- on 6 Co.'s Philadelphia Upholstery, No. 1435 Obexnut street. Curtains, Swiss and Nottingham; vestibule laces and rods, cornices, bands, loops, centre tassels groups, fringes, tassels, etc Shades, all designs and tints. Bedding, Mattresses, hair moss, and husk; Bolsters and pillows, sheets, ete. Thb Ladies abb in Raptures at the introduction of Phalon's Vitalia, ob Salvation fob thb Hair. This (rat d discovery enables them te shake their ringlets at the frosting haad of time in defiance. Free from any sediment, it rapidly darkens the grayest Deads. Sold by all druggists and fancy good dealers. Thb aDop hon of all late improvement evince a deter mination to keep the American House, Uodton, where it ever has been-in the froat rank oi Nw England hotels. The Fenians. Sure they met every night in rooms ont ov sight, And drilled to low Attn' and drunimio , Ixwk whsre yeea would, yoes certainly oould See crowds of the boys in serious mood, And yees know'd they were Fenians com In'. Divil a word from the crowd was spoke out aloud, Nor a bint as to what they were doin', But the glance of their eye, sure 'twas conquer or die, And to free thoir green Island thoy were soon goin' to try; Fail h its trouble to England Is brewtn'. There is Terrenoe McCoy, he's a broth ov a boy. Wid Mickey McDermot, yees see, A host of the Dolans, McFaddens, and Tollands, And thousands ov boys from the high and the low lands, Would die to make Ireland free. What they'll do I don't know; a short time will show; But one thing yon will see af ther while. All t heir Uniform Coats were mads by Charles Stokes, Which is now jest tho way wid all ov the folks Who want their clothes made np in style. Charles Btokes, No. 834 Ohesnut street. The matter of Life Insurance is one that interests every citizen, and in another column will be found a full statement of the North Araerioan Mutual Life Insurance Company of this city, whose office is at No. 433 Walnut street. ThiB Company is among the soundest In the coun try, and policy holders are insured against loss by $100,000 which has been depooited with tho Attorney-General of tho State of Pennsylvania. In addition to this the Com pany is managed by a Board of Directors whose characters for integrity are such as to qualify the fullest conBdenoe that its affairs will be managed with that care, prudence, and economy that the best Interests of the assured re quire. If Yott Have a Sttfffmno Child, do notMet your pre judices, or the prejudices of others, stand between it and the relief that will bo absolutely sure to follow the use of Mks. WrNSLow's Soothing Syrup. Millions of mothers can testify that it is a perfectly safe and reliable remedy. It relieves the child from pain, and cures dysentery and diarrhoea. It softens the gums, reduces inflammation, cures wind colic, and carries the infant safely through the teething period. DRY Feet. The most effectual way of guarding one's health is to keep the feet dry, and that can only be dona by the use of India Rubber Overshoes, and as the incle ment season is npon us, we would advise our readers to buy none but the best quality, which can only be had at Goodyeau's Headquarters, No. 808 Chosnut street, south side, Philadelphia. RunnER Overshoes and Boots for Men, Women, and Children, can be had at retail at the very lowest prices, Goopyear'b manufacture, old stand, No. 308 Cheannt street, lower side. Singer's Family Sewing Machines, Ten dollars cash. Balance in monthly instalments. u. . UAviH, no. biu uaesnut street. New Style Picture. The German Chromos made by A. K. P. Trask, No. 40 N. Eighth street. They must be seen to be admired. BUY your Furniture at The Great Araerioan, No. 1202 and 1204 Market street. Oheapest in the oity. rr" Some People Don't Know t If Home people don't know t ff Some people don't know I rf Some people don't know 1ST" Some people don't know now cu?ai we soil How cheap we sell How cheap we sell How cheap we self llow cheap we sell Men's and Bovs' Clothing tf Men'ssnd Boys' Clothing J K Men's and Boys' Clothing I " Men's and Boys' Clot hing I V Men's and Boys' Clothing ui r.xceuenv raaae Of Excellent Mke Of Excellent Make Of Excellent Make Of Excellent Make lr- And Beautiful Style. I If Ad Beautiful Style. C ff And rieautuul Myie. ttf And Beautiful Style. liT And Beautiful Style. uume ana see it: Come and see it ! Come and sue it! Come and see it! . Come and see it! NOTE THK FACT! We take pride in having the largest assortment to select from that ean be found in Philadelphia, and the publio may rest assured that our goods are superior to the ordinary class of Ready Made Clothing, and every article we sell is RELIABLE in . . . . every resnsot WANAMAKKK t tiROWN, POPULAR CLOTHING HOUSE, OAK HALL, The f'ornerof SIXTH and MARKET Streets. NOTICE TO THK CLOTHING MEN Ob' THR CITY AND NE1UHBMRINQ TOWNS. We are just opening Linen Sacks, Dusters, and Alpaca Coats by the mousanu, anu nave naa mora maae up in oesuutai style, ex presnly for our own sales. By reason of the large quan tities we manufacture, we believe Tailors can do better in buying tbem of us than in making them up. They can always have them fresh, and just such sizes as sales re quire. WANAMAKKK A BROWN. OAK HALL, The Corner of SIXTH and MARKET Strsots. , DIKD. rsoGART. on tte 26th Instant, Fbancis D. Booart, In the 3Sth year of bis age. The relatives and friends of the family are respect fully Invited to attend his funeral, from his late resi dence, No. 427 N. Ninth street, on Sunday afternoon, the wth instant, at 8 o'clock. Pkakson. Suddenly, on the morning of the 29th instant, at Spring Hill, Delaware county, Joshua A. Pkakson, In the 73d year of his age. Due notice will be given of the funeral. Trucks. On the morning of the 25th Instant, Henry c, son of Eliza and the late John Trucks, in trie 25th year of his age. Ills relatives and friends are respectfully Invited to attend his funeral, from the residence of his mother, No. 1709 Race street, on Saturday afternoon next at 3 o'clock. HOSIERY. G00E & BROTHER, TRADE MARK. Retailers of Hosiery Goods, Exclusively of their own Importation, No. 53 North EIGHTH Street. 4 18 tusanup PHILADELPHIA. FINANCIAL.. r II E X K L Ac CO., No. 34 SOUTH THIRD STREET. American tintl Foreign ISSUE DRAFTS AND CIRCULAR LETTERS OF Ch EDIT available on presentation In any part of Euiope. Travellers can mske all their financial arrange ments tarough os, and we will collect their Interest and dividends without charge. DkKXEL, WlKTHBOP & CO.,DKBXKL, II ARJEd & Co., New York. I Paris. f3 1 HATS AND CAPS. Hi WAR-BURTON'S IMPROVED VENTI- ilated and easj HUina Dresa Hat. f patented), in all the in, proved taabions of tne season. CUKafi U 1 Btreet next door to the host Office 11 U rui 7HERE CHARGES OF DESERTION OR vv absence without leave are made against soldiers, Bailors, or Marines without just cause, through error the rolls can he corrected by calling une ROBERT 8. LEAGUE i CO., No. 135 South EVENT Street, Phila- aeipiua. ALPINE SAUCE PREPARED pr AN OLD caterer, pnre, wholesome, appetiziug; pronounced liv immmI iuriires the best table sauce in tbe matket. KK f hKIi A bb.O., No. aO M. WHARVES, FhiUdel- puia. 6ii41m C?rA AAA TO INVEST IN ONE SUM IM OtM'VM'Utbe purchase of a rirst-rlass City GROUN 0 BENT. h. KINGSTON UcllAV. sr bt Ne. 12) WALNU f Street IN8URANOE. THE NORTH AMERICAN MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY philadelphia, office. no. 4.t2 walnut street, like insurance: its Meaning and history. Life Insnranoe is a contract between an individual and A rrgularly orgsnir.ed Uoinpnnv, whoroby the latter gunr antees to pay a certain sunt of money to the former, either at death or at tho expiration of a certain specified term of years. In view nf this payment of a large sum in the future, the individual is required to pav a small earn annually, or otherwise, and receives from the Company in which he has ln" red a policy, securing at his death to his family, or nuiiiinee, Ibe certainty ot a patrimony. 1 hit, annual Payment, therefore, becomes aa fiir'mf. which, in the hands of a judicious Company, rapidly ac cumulates, to the advantnge of tbe person injured, in trrliT that at his death whenever that event occurs a sum very much larger than the amount be has invested mny srerue to tnose woo would otnorwise be lett depen dent by bis aestn. U(,HI.Ktli IplllUirLI",3. Many persons, in considering tbe subject of Life Insn- ranee, are at a loss to understand bow it is possible that Companies, charting such low premiums, can alfo'd to carry sucb heavy riBks, year after year, and pay such large sums of money at the death of the insured snms so dis proKHtionate to tbe amount of the premiums received. oucn persons are not aware mat i.ite insurance is naseci noon tiled mathematical principles that are subieot to close and accurate calculation; and as it is known, by taxed snd inevitable law, bow many out of every thousand persons die at a certain age in each yeur, it is a matt er of mere tignres to determine what rate of premium shall be charged to cover the loss that must certainly be paid at beneath of the Insured. Besides, suoh persons forget the cumulative power of money; tbe taterast aooruing from etch annual payment ia reinvested each year, thus continually increasing itself in a compound ratio, and adding to the permanent asBnts of the Company. In addition to this the capital of Life Insurance Com panies is not used for speculative purposes, but judi ciously invested by a competent iinanoe committee in wellselected stocks, bonds, or mortgagoa, which almost invaiiably yield a hanasome interest. 'I be stability of Lite Insurance is evident from tbe fact that amidst ail the commercial revulsions and general bankruptcy that have at times swept over the land, bringing consternation and dismay to mercantile houses and business firms, it has been rare to rind any Life Com pany being overwhelmed in similar disasters, aa there is scarcely a probability of failure, if the rates of premium are properly calculated, and the income judloiously in vested. It has been said by an eminent writer on this subject : "Ttere is nothing in the commercial world which approaches even remotely to the security of a well-established and prudently managed Life Insurance Company." A Lile Insurance Company is far preferable to a savings bank, because it accomplishes all that a savings bank does, ana more besides, it, too, takes care of tne depositor's money, and allows him interest npon his deposits. Tue company engages, in consideration of a certain sum of money paid to it annually, during the life of the depo sitor, to pay a much larger sum to his family after his decease, li t it occur when it will. Moreover, money in a savings bank is too easily drawn out to gratify some pass ing whim or desire, and is perhaps withdrawn and ex pended after a short effort. Had this money been pnt into a life policy it would have remained a treasure to the family. Besides, money in a savings bank is liable to be attached lor debt, while a life policy cannot be. It re quires time for money to acouinulate in a savings bank. Lite is uncertain bow does anyene know bo will bave time to accumulate it? And have not those dependent upon bim a right to demand that amid all the dangers and uncertainties of life they shall be protected from the consequences of an irreparable loss in his sudden doath? Ibe chances that one's life will fall within a year is two per cent., tne chance that your borne will burn during that time is less than one quarter of one per cent., then why insure tbe latter and neglect the former 1 Life Insur ance is not like tire insurance, an expanse, but s sure In vestment tor time ot greatest neea. Lite Insurance is based npon the universal law of com pensation, which givea us either the blessings of along life, or the pleasing assurance tint our loved ones will be provided for when we can no longer supply their wants. Thousands of families are growing np whose sole support is contingent npon the duration of tbe father's life; should he die, the income muct cease, the children be withdrawn from nhool, and the industry of every member of the family be made available, perhaps in widely scattered localities, in order to eke out s probably precarious ex istence. It will generally be admitted that the Divine word, "If any man provide net for his own, especially for thuss of his own bouse, be bath denied the faith, and is worse than an infidel," applies not only to provision for ono's family during his liteibut sIbo to some provision for them after his death. Clearly he is not justified in calculating npon tbe beneficence of relatives and friends to support his surviving wife and children. And still more clear is it that be haa no right to cast them as burden upan the publio. Kvery reason which makes it a man's duty to provide for his family while he is liviifg, acts with greater force ti secure for tbem a oomfortable subsistence after be shall have been removed irom them; and this duty should be Eromptly performed while his health is good, for stter it as failed snd disease set in, it will be too late to get in sured, and then his family will lose the provision he might bave made for tbem, if death should overtake him. THE DUTY OF INSURING YOUR LIFE. 1. To place those dependent upon you for support at once beyond the possibility of suffering want in the event of your sadden death. S. To have your mind relieved from anxiety as to the future of your family, if your present inoome suffices only to provide for their education and maintonanoe. 8. To provide tbe means, in case of your death, to settle your estate without sacrifice. . to protect tnose to wnom you may os mueuieu iruru Iocs in the event of your death. 6. To assist those chanties in which veu may be inte rested, to an amount that you oould do in no otner way than by an insurance on your life. xieain f certain, uomparativeiy low ir.v. m uunipateaur to tbeir families, and life insuranoe secure, them against the contingency of del endenee npon friends or the com munity for support. Insure at one; bow long health or life may continue yon cannot know ; no one on a sick bed ever regretted that be had a policy of life insurance. If you think yon cannot afford to insure, can you satisfy yoursell that your family can afford to be without the pro tection it secures! "The time is not far distant when tbe death of s man, leaving his family unprovided for by a policy of life insu rance, will leave the stain of a neglected duty upon his character. "It is a duty which every man owes to bis own depend ants and to tne community, lie who neglects it is not s good husband, father, or citizen. He has no right even to risk the chance of throwing the future support of his family, in case of his death, on the community at large, or on relations and friends, when it is in bis power so easily and surely to provide against sucb contingencies REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD INSURE IN THE NORTH AMERICAN MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF PHILADELPHIA. It has availed itself of all that ia desirable in the expe rience of other and older companies, and offers insuranoo on all the various improved plans, at as low s rate as is compatible with prudence and safety, and makes its policy holders, on the mutual plan, yartioipate in the profits of the business. It is managed by a Board of Directors, whose standing in tbe community as business mn, snd whose charac ters for integrity are suoh as to justify the fullest confi dence t hat its affairs will be managed with that care, pru dence, and eoonomy that the best interests of the assured require. STATEMENT OF ASSETS. January 1, 1870. U. 8. 1M0 Bonds, registered (market Value) 9,550 00 V. 8. 6 20 Bonds, registered " " 63,621 5U U. 8. 6-20 Bonds, ooupon, lhCT, " " 1,117 50 Railway Passengers' Assuranoe Company stook. 6'2,f)X 00 Philadelphia and Erie Railroad Bonds, 7s 3,67ii's5 Pennsylvsnia Railroad Bonds, second mortgage. ii.Kttl 00 Philadelphia City Warrants. 4. 175 71 Mortgage s.000 00 Call loan (secured by collatorals) a. 500 00 Cash (on band and in bank)...."" 4.tlil'3-! Office Fixtures (ooat) l,5iO'T4 Bills Receivable (secured by stock) 7,5'iO-0O Due b Stockholders (secured by stock) 4.iH) 00 Premium Notea and Loans on Policies 5,Wa o3 Fremiuma in Hands ol agents and in course oi collection l.BJfM Deferred Premiums. 7,210 63 $'212.!'5l r.Of.OOO IN GOVERNMENT BONDS DEPOSITED WITH THE AUDITOR-GENERAL OF PENN SYLVANIA, AS SEOUKUY FOR ALL POLICY OFFICERS. W.W.KURTZ, President; A. D. WOODRUFF, Vice- rresiuent. tfZ& ltiSfA? - Medical Examine. DIRBCTOB& W. W. Kurtz, Philadelpnia, President of the Com nsnv. Eamuel O. Palmer, Philadelphia. Cashier of Commercial National Bank. J. E. Kingaley, Philadelphia, Proprietor ot Continental Hotel. James Shields, Philadelphia, of Shields A Bro., No. 119 N. Third street. Vranais Funk. Philadelphia. No. 116 Market street Henry W. Uwinner, Philadelphia, Ueneral Ticket Agent Pennsylvania Railroad. Paul P. Keller, Philadelphia, of Borda, Keller A Nutting, Wo. ssi walnut atreet. Richard Wood, Philadelphia, of Wood, Marsh, Hayward A lln . Nn :-uQ At Krkfct street. J. A. Gardner, Philadelphia, late of Uallowell, Gardner d uo. A. D. Woodruff, Philadelphia, Vioe-Preaident of the O. W. Childs. Philadelphia, President of the Cental I ransjHnuuuii uvupaui. Joseph F. Tobias. Philadelphia, of J IF. Tobias A Co., Vo. xoo B. rront street. Tbomas 11. Davis, Philadelphia, of Pennsylvania Rail road. No. 23a S. Third street. Benj. E. Smith, Columbus, Ohio. Andrew Carnegie, New York, N. Y. Thomas L. Wallace, Uarriaburg, Pa., of Pennsylvania Railroad. W. O. Hickok, do. W. 8. Haveu, Pittsburg, Pa. John U. Bradley, Indianapolis, Ind. 1). Torrey, Pittsburg, Pa. ' PLANS AND SPECIAL FKATURE8. PBEMIUMS MODF.UATE-AI.L FOI.U'IKS NON-FORFICITABI.K MANAGEMENT railUKSI, UU1' UJ1UU ANU AU COMMOHATINO. Tii nrumiiiiu. are navable in cash : but a loan of one third will be allowed when the full annual premium is paid. The interest on tbe loan will be added to the same at the end of the year, so that the oaah payments will not in crease, as in most companies that grant loans. Tue loans are endorsed on tbe policies ani on the receipts given for premiums, so t nat V THERE ARE NO NOTES TO 8ION. lbs loan cannot be assessed on the policy bolder to pay the claims of other parties, and is always cancelled on his lesving tAu'-DIvIDKND8. Ihe dividends are declared annually, on tbe first ot January, on all participating Policies, which have been in force a lull year, anu paiu at tue ituio oi tne uext au ntiMl run...l Of the IMllicV. 1 h riiviiiumL will be aDPlisd on tbe loan rtoliciea. to tbe payment of tbt principal and the intereat oi the loan. These paying all cash can use tbeir dividends either in tbe paynieut ol premium or to puicuaae aaatuouai iau ranee. Tf additional Insurance Is taken, it may be, at any future time, converted into cash, and used in tbe payment of premiums. 'J be dividends are made npon the contribution pln, and piohably will grow larger the longer the policy is kept in force, and they may finally equal and cancel the annual premiums, makingtbe policy practically paid np. Py paying tbe lull premium for a number of years, the policy bolder will receive not only the full benefit of the surplus arising in the additional insnranoe, which that surplus purchases, but also a fund is created avail able in rases of emergency, to pay not. only a portion, but in many rase the whole premium fa'ling due Pi -LICIT H'lLDHKi CM THIS COMPANY 8KOITHE EITHER AN INCREASING I'NSU K A N('E, F'iR A GIVEN PKKMIt'M. OH A HKOKKASINI PRE. WIUM, fOR A GIVEN AMOUNT OF IMSURANOB. It is better to psy all cash in this company tnan in what is railed an aix arh company, which will grant noao oommoriatnn when the insured is unable to pay the whole pnmium in cat-h. Should those that pay all cash In this company he unable to cominae their payment, the company will, if nocet snry, loan thm all the cash ther have paid over the two thirds actually requisite. If after paying all cssb for two years one of thelnsnrel becomes nnable to pay anything, nis flolir.ycan be kept in force a year longer without further piymnnt., as all cash for two years is the same as two-thirds casli for throe years. 1 bough the Company enn safely loan on its, policies, it Is better tor the insured to pay all cash, as they can borrow on tbeir policies should the necessity arise, and ihns keep fhem in force, while they would hive been compelled to give them up hsd they been npon the credit plan. While the Company will loan ss much as one-third on all forms of policies, it recommends particularly, flint tho insured take a loan of only one-fourth on Ten Payment 1 ife and Endowment poliei-x, with less than twont yoirs to run, as this course will be more satisfactory to the in sured In the long run. LIBERTY TO TRAVEL The restrictions npon travel are less than in most com panies, and are only such as are required in justice to tbe great mass of the policy holders, who would have to bear the leases incurred nn extra hazardous risks. Auy Mutual Company that puts all kinds of risks on the same footing should be avoided by all persons that are not subject to greater rink than tbe average of pe'tple. Agents wanted in the city of Philadelphia, and in all the Srinoipal cities and towns in Pennsylvania and New ersey For further information apply to or address the Officers of the Company. It QHARTER PERPETUAL. ASSliTS $200 OOO. MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COM PANY OF GEEMANTOWN. OFFICE, No. 4S29 MAIN STREET. Take risks in Philadelphia, Montgomery, and Bocks counties, on the most favorable terms, npon Dwellings, Barns, Merchandise, Furniture, Farming Implements, Hay, Grain, fclraw, etc etc. DIRECTORS. Spencer Roberts, Nicholas Rittenhoute, Natnan L. Jones. James F. Langstroth, Charles Weiss, Charles Millman. jonn ctaiiman, Albert Asbmead, Josepo Handsbury, VHIliam Ashmead, M, D., Acram xtex, Gborles It Stokea. SPENCER ROBERTS, President. OUARLE8 II. STORES, Seoretary and Treasurer. WM. II. LEHMAN, Assistant Secretary. 6 28 tmw3m REAL. ES1A1E AT AUOTION. EXECUTORS' PEREMPTORY SALE !J To close an Estate THOMAS & SONS, auc- loneers. To Capitalis'a. Tanners. Coal and Lumber Dealers Gaa Coal and Hemlock Timber Property, 4WM) acres, known aa the "Canoe Knn Estate," lo sated betfroen Cameron and Emporium, Cameron counrjs ra., on tne line of the Philadelphia anil Erie Railroad, which traversea the property, and at tbe terminus of the Buffalo and WaHliinicion Ki'l road, 110 miles from Biufalo, New York, and is also traversed bj a branch of the Sugquehanna river. On Tuesday, June 14, 1970, at 12 o'clock, noon, will be sold at public sale, without reserve, at the Phila delphia Exchange, all that very valuablo tract of land, located at and near Emporium (the county town of Cameron coontv, Pennsylvania, consisting of about 4000 acres, underlaid with IS feet of supe rior pure, workable, bituminous pas and steam coal (veins five feet, four feet, and three feetlnthickne-s, now open for Inspection), and is covered with a valuable growth of hemlock and other timber. There are also on the property superior saw and shingle mills, with all appliances for manufacturing lumber, built within a year, costing upward of (30,000. Sale absolute. For pamphlets, maps, and further particulars, apply to L. U. Simps n A Co., No. 43 Broadway, room No. 41. New York cltv, or at the Auction Rooms, Ncs. 139 and 141 S. FOUKTU Street, Philadelphia. M. THOMAS A SONS, Auctioneers. 5 29 B3t Nob. 139 and 141 8. FOURTH Street. f PUBLIC SALE. THOMAS & SONS, Al'O litloneers. Valuable Building, known as the ope" Iron Foundry, No. 960 North Ninth street, above Poplar street, 19 feet front, will be sold at public sale, at the Philadelphia Exchange, on Tues day, Jane T, 1870, at VI o'clock, noon. Full particulars In small handbills. M. THOMAS k SONS, Auctioneers, 8 28 j2 4 Nos. 139 and 141 S. FOURTH Sr. FOR SALE. COUNTRY SEAT AND FARM FOR SALE. SO or 1(J0 acres. Bristol Pike, above fceienmile Stone, and near Tacony Station. Mansiou- uonse ana aweutngs to let. Apply on premises or to R. WHI I'AKER, It" No. 610 LOCUST Street. GERMANTOWN. FOR SALE OR TO LET Premises No. 145 PRICE Street. Oermantown. louse in good order, i'leasant neighborhood and within five minutes walk of the depot, a poly to J. E. CARPENTER, 6 23 6t No. 813 S. THIRD JStreet. FOR SALE TWO BRICK COTTAGE3 in the best Dart of Bevarlv. New .larsav. Nina rooms. Situation healthy and convenient. Will be sold cheap if applied for soon. PHILIP F. SNYDER, No. 118 P. FIFTH Street. 6 2iwa2f TO RENT. TO RENT, FURN1SIIED-A DE SIRABLE MEDIUM SIZED BOUSE; central loo lion ; modern conveniences. Address "W. H. 0.,w Bos 1669 Philadelphia Post Office. t a tf rp TO LET THE STORE PROPERTY NO. T22 Cbesnut street, twenty-five feet front, ont has dred and forty-five feet deep to Bennett street Bank buildings five stories high. Possession Hay L 1870. Ad dress THOMAS & FLETCHER, U 10U Delanoo, If. J. to allow a private entrance from Second street, and by subletting would materially reduce tbe rent. Address J. B. OKIE, 64tf COMMERCIAL ROOMS, Pbilaua. TO RENT FURNISHED A HAND- r'i some three-storv Brick Dwellinsr. with double back lUildinirs on the south side of ARCH t treat, between HK1KKN I H and 61XTKKNTH Streets. Apply to A. 14. CARVER 4 CO., 8. W. corner NINTH and FIl.IiKKT Streets. 62461" TO LET WEST PHILADELPHIA. The desirable residence. No. 3618 HAMILTON Street, one square south of V'ne streetcars. Eitra con veniences. Apply on the premises. 6 24 6t f 550 TO LET TEN-ROOM HOUSE, bath and all conveniences. Ho. 360 BRIDGE Street. iiautua, via Vine atreet cars. Immediate pos. sh n 4 25 61 WASMINQ MAOHINES. ing Washer savs Labor, aaves Clothes, stves Time, ts economy, durability, and excellence is admitted. No household is replete without one; they are indis pensable. Going oft rapidly, demand increaairg everyday. Every btdy likes tnant. lraiTanted superior to all otharsig the Or sat King Waeber. Already one thontand sold, and every one givjs satisfac tion davts Labor, saves Time, saves Money ; every one guaran- D teed. T Tandy, effective, economical, desirable Is ths Great 11 King Washer livery family ahguld tave one ot the King Washers. 1) eady at all times ihe King Wasbtr. It is an established V favorite. Xh KiDg Warher ths bait In use. J. H. COYLE & CO,, Dealers In Wooden Ware, No. 516 MAUKET STREET, 0 6 tbstuSmrp Are tha Qeueral Agents. CUTLERY, ETO. TJODGER8 & WOSTENHOLM'8 POCKET KNIVES, Pearl and Stag handles, and beantifol finish Rodgers', and Wads A Butcher's Rasors, and tbe oels. bra tad Lsoonltre Razor ; Ladies' Sciasors, in cases, of tbt ftaest quality ; Bodgert' Tabls Cutlery, Carvers sn4 Forks, Baxor Strops, Cork Screws, Etc Ear instrumental, to aaaait tbs bearing, of ths most approved oonstrnotion, at P. MADEIRA'S, ft, Ho. UI TENTH Stiset, below Ubasnnk 23 A. & J. D. BARTHOLOMEW. 23 No. 23 NOllTII EIGHTH STREET, OPEN THIS DAY, 1000 TAUASOLS AT 50 CENTS TO !JG'50 EACH. Boon FANS Silk Fans, linen Fans, Autograph Fans, Violet Wood Fans, Bandal Woqd Fans, Eboaf Fans, Spangled Fans, Vienna FanH. etc. etc. B ( 0 Lace Collars at SO cents to is-im each. lio dogen Full Regular Made Hose, 24 cent? per pair. TToRlerj all reduced. One case, bo pieces, 1199 yards Plquca at r0 cents. Best rw cent Pique la the market. black Alpacas, Black Siika. Cheap lo close out t he whole stock. 10, OOO Ynrtls Hamburg I'tlginM tnul lnrertlug At a great redaction In price. Bargains lu Uamborgs. Linen Ilandkerchlers, !. 10, 12,;, 1, is, so, 52, 25 centa op. Perfumed Necklaces, Perfumed Bracelets, new atjiea, 60 centa to fl'BO. WB DAVB YET ON HAND THB LARGEST STOCK OF KID GLOVES IN FU.1L ADELPIII A. Kid Gloves, Kid Gloves, Kid Gloves, Eld Gloves, Kid Gloves, Kid Gloves, 1D0, l-2, 145, 11 M, $1-75, 1'85, "Joseph. "La Hello." "Jouvin." S-Button. Mawhetta style. "BaMey." Every pair Kid Gloves guaranteed. If they rip or tear another pair given In exchange. A. & J. B. BARTHOLOMEW. Importers, Jobbers and Retailers Of Kid Gloves, Hosiery, NoModb, and Fancy Goods. 23 DRY GOODS. A T 41 PROCTOR'S OLD STAND,' No. 920 CHESNUT Street, THE FOLLOWING LIST OF GOODS CAN BE HAD AT S5 FEU CENT. LESS THAN ANY OTHER STORE IN THB CITT. TUBE BLACK MOHAIRS, 68 and 75 centa. BLACK ALPACAS, 87 cents. 6-4 BLACK QUEEN'S CLOTH. POI'BLE-WIDTn BLACK WOOL DELAINES, C2C. BLACK WOOL DELAIN ES, 87 cents. 400 DOZENS GENTS' LINEN UANDKEKC'dlEFS, 12tf to 60 eta. 400 DOZtCNS LADIES' HEMSTITCHED HANDKERCHIEFS, 18 to 87 cents. KID GLOVtS, 1. KID GLOVES, l. GENUINE JOUVIN KID GLOVES, the best OlOVeS In America lor 1; every shade. PARASOLS, NEW H'C LEd. LACE COLLARS. LACE CHEMISETTES. FRENCH CORSETS, 11 25. THE NEW PATENT SKIRT. NONPAREIL SUITS FOR CHILDREN. WHITE VELVET CORDS, 11-85. WHITE AND BLUE CLOTHS. BOYS' CASSIMSRES. NEW SHADES OF FRENCH LINENS, FOR SUITS. 4-4 MATTINGS, 25 cents, 4 4 MATTINGS. 80 tents. 4-4 MATTINGS, RED CHECKS. 6-4 MATTIN3S, WHITE AND RED. AT PRICES LOWER THAN ANY OTHER STORB. "PROCTOR'S OLD STAND," No. 920 CZXHSNUT Street , PHILADELPHIA. OARPET1NOS. ETO. QARPETSI! CARPETS!! AT "PBOCTOR'S OLD STAND," No. 920 CHESNUT STREET, OPENED THIS MORNIN3 IN THK BASEMENT, 100 PIECES BRUSSELS PATTERNS, (ONE YARD WIDE) FANCY CARPETS, AT 40 CENTS PER YARD. All who ate In want of good, handsome and cheap Carpets, should not fall to examine them. BKUbSELS PATTERNS 4-4 FANCY CARPETS, AT 40 CENTS. NEW FABRIC AND EXACT PATTERNS OF FINEST BRUSSELS. J. B. CASSELBERRY & CO., No. 920 CIIHSNUT STREET (Late Proctor's.) Hotel Keepers, take note oi the above, ' it; MEDIOAL.. PILES CAN BE CURED! DR. QALLAOHER'S CELEBRATED VEGETABLE PILE CURE Is s quick, safe, sure, and effectual Remedy for BLEED ING, BLIND, OR ITUHINO P1LKS, PRO LAPSUS ANI OR FALLING OF TUB RECTUM, CONSTIPATION OF THK BOWKLS, ETO. The application and use of this remedy, aa well as Its effects, are quite different from all others hereto fore prescribed for the above-named diseases. Its principal virtues are derived from its internal use, regulating the Liver and Kidneys, and imparting health and vigor to the whole alimentary canal. It la specific In Us action, completely controlling the circulation of the blood In the hemorrhoidal vessels. CAUSES OF THE DISEASE. The causes of these complaints are numerous, and are undoubtedly In many instances hereditary ; but a sedentary and studious habit, luxurious living, high seasoned and stimulating food, the intemperate use of spirituous drinks, the very free use of strong cof fee and tea, mental depression, sorrow, and grief ; in short, whatever tends to weaken the digestive or gans may be considered the most active general causes. The afUlcted can rely with the utmost confidence In this medicine, because the great success that It baa met with since Its Introduction Is a sure Indica tion of 1U real value. For inward and outward ap plications, If used as directed, It cannot fail to give the fullest satisfaction. PRICE. OF SINGLE BOTTLES, 1. BIX BOTTLE, 15. All Respectable Dealers and Druggists sell It. PREPARED ONLY BY B. F. GALLAGHER, NO. 308 N. THIRD STREET, S jgniwlmrp PUILAPRLPHIA. REAL. ESTATE AGENT, . FRED. SYLVESTER. SEAL ESTATE 'BROKER, no. 209 South FOIJUTI1 Street, IBtrp PHILADELPHIA. 23 SUMMER RESORTS. SUMMER RESORT8 ON TrIE LINE OF PHILADELPHIA AMD RBADINU RAILROAD AMJ BHANCHKH. . MANSION HOUBli, MT. CARBON, Mrs. Caroline Wnoder, Pottsville P. ., BchuflklU oo. TUhUAROHA HOTKL, w Mrs. M. L. Miller, 'Inacaro a V. O., bcuujlkill county. MANoION HOU8IC, W. F. Smith, Wahanojr Oity P. O., Hohavlkill oounty. MwUN i' CARMKL HOI'bK. Charles Culp, Mount Carniel P. ., Northumberland CO. WHITK HOUSK, F. Mayrr, Beadin P Herks county. ANDALUSIA HAI.L, Henry Weaver, Rnadinc P. O.. Herks county. CKNTRAL AVFNUK HALL, G. D. Davis, Reading P. ., Berks county. KPKINO MILL HH.1UUTS, Jacob H. Breish ConRliohnrken P. O , Montgomery CO. HOVERTOWN SEMINARY, L. M. Koona, lioyertown P. fiorks oounty. LITIZSPRINtiH, George F. Greider, Litis P. ., lnoatr oounty. 1. 1 VIM; SPRINGS HOTKL, Dr. A. Smith, Wernertville P. )., Borka oounty. OuLD SfhlNlib HOTEL. LEBANON COUNT?, Wm. Ltrch, Sr., Pine Grove P. O., Kcliuylkill oounty. KPHRATA 8PRINU8. I Jobn Frederick. Ephrata P. ., lancaater oounty. PKMKIOMK.N RRTIXiK HOTKL Davis Longaker. CollngeTille P O.. Montgomery 00. PROSPECT TERRACE, Dr. James Palmor, CollpReville P. O., Montgomery 09 DOUTV HOUSE, George 8. burr, Sbamokin, Northumberland oounty. Excursion Tickets will be sold at Philadelphia to snd from above point a at reduced rates, good for same day ixpued, and on Saturdays good until the following Moo day; 6ia2mt yNITEO 8TA7ES HOTEL, ATLANTIC CITY, N. J., Will open for the reooption of Guests on SATURDAY Jane 25, with a Reduction of Twenty Per Cent, in tho Fxice of Board Music under the direotion of Professor H, F. Alodo. Terms, 930 per week. Persons desiring to engage rooms will address. BROWN A WOELrrER, Proprietors, No. 827 R10HMOND Street, Philadelphia. J6 thrtul m 2fi d i m 7 86 thatulm nONCRESS H ALL, CAPE MAY, N. J., Opens June 1. Closes October 1, Mark and Simon Hassler's Orchestra, and full Military Band, of 120 pieces. TERMS 13"80 per day June and September, per day July and August. The new wing Is now completed. Applications for Rooms, address 14-00 415 62t J. F. OAER, Proprietor 5 E A-C I R T HOUSE. MONMOUTH OOUNTT, N. J. This pleasant Boomer Resort. S'toated directly oa the Atlanlio More, will open on JUNE 1, 1870. Cars leave Walnut streot wharf at 3 o'clock P. M. for Faroiingdale, where carriages will be ia waiting to convey guebts to the house. Address O. GARRETSON, Squan Village, Monmouth Oounty, N. J. 628sw8t TVJcMAKIN'S ATLANTIC HOTEL. L'1 APE MAY. Rebuilt since the late fire and ready for g"' sts Open during the year. Is directly on the sea shore, with tbe bast bathing bsach of the (Jape. Terms, $3 60 per dsy snd $21 per week for June snd Sep tember. $4 per day and .$25 per week for July snd Au- , gut, Coach from depot free. No Bar 8 21 tnths3m JOHN McM AKIN, Proprietor. HOTELS. QOLONNADE HOTEL. FIFTEENTH AND CHESNUT UTS., ' BNTIBELY HEW AND HANDSOMELY FXTK KISH ED is now ready for permanent or transient meats. UPHOL8 TERY OOOD3, ETO. NOBLIT, BROWN, NOBLIT & CO., Hoi. 222 and 218 S. SECOND Street PHILADELPHIA. Importers, Manufacturers snd saJers Upholstery Goods, Car Trimmings Cabinet Makeri and Undertaken' Findingt. Swiss BEd Nottingham Curtains, Hair Seating, Curled Hair Bedding ETa ETO. I lBtmSp Wholesale and Retail. OAS FIXTURES. 821 CHERRY STREET. CORNELIUS & SONS, MANUFACTURERS OF CAS FIXTURES, Etc. VHOLESALE AMD RETAIL SALESROOMS 821 CHERRY Street, PHILADELPHIA. WB HAVE NO STORB OR SALESROOM ON CHESNUT STREET. BTmip CORNKHU8 A SONS. PLUMBING, OAS FITTING, ETO. ftm P. OCELSDY, PLUMDElt, GAS, and STEAM FITTER, No. 1017 WALMT Street. FlnmbiDg in all classes of buildings don. with Lead Tin Lined, or Galvsnized Iron Pipe. Ooppor snd Iron Rath Boileis, Bath Tubs, Water Closets" Wash basins, ete., furnished and put up In s neat and workmanlike manner. Special attention paid to repairs and a Iterations. if JET GOOD8, NEWEST 8TTLES DIXONMi SiilB. atlOHTU Saras UUswi 4 a wstfrp