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THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH PHILADELPHIA, FKIDAY, JUNE 10, 1870.
3 SXTIVIZVIAIt.'g. Vtir Airnlrn. Lhf-t ti.bt, about midnight, "Spotted Tail," "Swift I5ear," "Fast Bear," and "Yel low Hair," the Sioux Indians who have been on a visit to the President, reached the Con tinental Hole i. They were in charge of the Indian Apeut and an interpreter, and, not withstflmlinf tho lateness of the hour, quite a crowd gathered in the hotel to note their .if j-.enrHncp. The chief were in Indian cos tume the traditional blanket, leggings, and n ivcnsins but wore Roft felt hats, and car lied palrn h:if fans, the mixtnrd of the civil ized and savnge dress producing a peculiar pfi't ct. The Indians will remain to-day, and then leave for New York. John Gngucr, admitted to the Pennsyl vania Hospital on the 'J'.Hh nit., from iujuries received while getting off the cars at School hxne, diwl in that institution vesterday. John 0"Dowd was admitted to the Hos pital yesterday, seriously inj tired by falling from a scaffold on Market street. Ha resided at Broad and Catharine streets. Poitimtlc Allaire. Gold closed yesterday at 1 Secretory Buutwell hus gono homo for a fchort visit. Judge Noah Davis' Naturalization bill has been killed. A number of postal changes were made in this State yesterday. Senator Cragiu has been renominated by the New Hampshire Republican Legislative caucus. The Internal Keveniio receipts this month have averged over a million dollars a day. The next annual meeting of the National rhotogrHplieis' Association will be held in l'hilndelpliia iu June, 171. The discovery of a subterranean outlet to the Great Salt Lake in reported by the cap tain of the schooner Pioneer. A resolution was passed by the National Typographical Convention, at Cincinnati, yesterday, encouraging female compositors to co operate with males whenever employed together. In their report on the indebtedness of Southern railroads, the House Judiciary Com mittee recommended the abandonment of the pending suits with a view to. a compromise, as suggested by the debtors. A most gratifying increase in our ex ports for the first three-quarters of the cur rent fiscal year over the corresponding period of last year, is shown by the monthly statisti cal report just issued. Instead of a balance of nearly sixty millions against us, there is one of over two millions in our favor. In the United States Senate yesterday, after the close of our report, tho Apportion ment and Franking bills were discussed. In the House, Mr. Davis, of New York, reported his naturalization bill, and after discussion it vvaB tabled by a vote of 102 to i'r. Mr. Davis moved a reconsideration, he having voted affirmatively for that purpose. Mr. Judd then moved to lay the motion to reconsider on the table, pending which the House ad journed. Foreign Affairs. The insurrection at Lucca was an insig nificant aff air and soon quelled. Eugenie has sent ten thousand francs to the eufferers by the Constantinople fire. Pio Nono hasjwrittcn a letter in which ho sustains, in pobitive terms, the dogma of in fallibility. The brigands who recently captured a party of Englishmen near Gibraltar have been captured and made to disgorge a por tion of the money paid as ransom for their enptives. UTYjCOUXCILS. liotti branches of the legislative department lield their regular Btated meeting yesterday. .S'7- Branch. A communication was received from the Clitet OomnilHSioner of Highways, relative to the bad condition of the streets along the line of the North Pennsylvania Kailrsad. Referred. The Chief Engineer and Surveyor sent in a com munication asking for an additional assistant engi neer. Referred. Also, one was received from the Chief Engineer of the Water Department, asking a special appro priation of S-GuOO for the summer. An ordinance was passed appropriating that amount. A communication was received from the Register of Wills, asking for additional olllce accommoda tion. Referred. Mr. Franciscus presented a communication from the Board of Public Charities calling attention to the want of accommodation at tho Philadelphia almshouse for the insane, asking that Councils take the most etl active measures to increase the accom modations. Referred to the Juiut Committee on J inance and Poor. Mr. U. A. Smith presented a communication from the Department of Port Wardens, asking for a transfer of an appropriation and 100 additional for furnishing their office. Referred. Petitions were received and referred for the opening of Fortieth street, and Irom the Union Hose Company for an increase in appropriation. Mr. llougdon, chairman of the Committee on Water-works, presented a resolution for the laying of water-pipe on Twenty-third and other streets. Pftfsed. The Committee on Law reported that there was nothing in the act of Assembly, in regard to the Kite of the public buildings, to forbid tho vacating of streets and alleys. The Committee was dis charged from further consideration of the subject. An ordinance appropriasmg $150 to refund over paid water-reuts was passed. An ordinance to protect the Water Department was postponed for one week. Mr. Shoemaker, chairman of the Committee on Law, reported an ordinance to pay Joseph W. Lewis ;"XK) lor onenine Chew street. Passed. Also, one to pay W. W. Loughlin $100 for the loss ot a worse aiueu uy muiuy iu Luug imie. uosi uy a tie vote. It was afterward reconsidered and passed. Mr. .1- M. liauui ureseuted a communication from Miller & Smith, lessees of Cumberland street wharf, asking that It be nued up. Referred to the Hoard of Port Wardens. Mr. Jones submitted a resolution ot request to the Mayor for the return of the bill for extending the tire alarm telegraph line to Roxborough. Adopted. Mr. Mcllvain introduced an ordinance that all ordinances relattn? to the amount of travel used in paving shall apply to all paving, repairing and re- paving over the water and gas pipes ana cuiveru Passed. Also, one requiring the supervisors to superintend all paving andrepairing in their districts, and re port to the chief of the Highway Department. The supervisors to receive 100 additional. Referred. Mr. King presented a resolution of request to the t inance committee, asking them to report an ordi nance appropriating oto,(MK) tor the opening of opriug uaruen street, ueierrea. The following bills from Common Council were concurred in: One providing a joint convention of Councils to elect police magistrates; requiring the public tquares to be kept open from this date to jsentf mber 1 trom 5 A. M. to 1U P. At.: aiiroi.riat ins -W.0O0 to the Park Commissioners: relea-iinir the securities of Henry Conner, late City CominU tiioner; appropriating &1C.00U to the Board of Cou- roi; approving plans lor public baths, and build' Inir a new station house iu the Fifth district. A bill appropriating 10,000 to the Board of Health, tor the treatment of relapsing lever cases was petitioned. Also, one appropriating 75,000 to commence the building of a house of correction was laid over tor ciih week. Mr. Bumm oftered a resolution that all ordinances 1)6 advertised at least once in each daily paper jieierreu. ' Mr. Smith submitted a resolution for annronriat rg $looo to the Departments of Markets and City j-iopcriy. Adiourned. L'cmmon Branch. This branch met at the usual r.our, preMUt-ni i.ouis wagner in the chair. The following communications were received: One from the Guardians of the Poor, calling at tention to the fact that the damage has never been ai-sehsed lor ground taken by the Pennsylvania Railroad Company for the extension of the road aerots tne scum lam. jteierreu. One asking lor an appropriation of 800 for in suraiice iiui iron's. Referred. ' One from the board of public charities in Harris- burg, relative to accoinmoilations tor the insane iu One from the Iron-moulder' International and Protective Union, a-king for the use of the cham ber for the purpose ot holding a convention in July. I aid on the table. Mr. Myers presented a resolution to grant the request. Agreed to. Mr. Martin presented a Joint resolution to meet in joint convention, to elect one Uuardian of the Poor and ono member of the Board of Health. Mr. Allison presented an ordinance making an appropriation of 75,000 tor the purpose of build ing a bonne of correction, to be taken from a loan to be created. Agreed to. A number of petitions tor gas lamps, sewers, were i resulted and appropriately referred. Mr. Wllllts ottered a resolution instructing tho Chief Commissioner of Highways to locale Uvo public wells In Holmesbiifg. Agreed to. Mr. Iciiner ollered a resolution instructing the Coniinifsioner of Public Property to open the pub lic squans at live in the morning. Agreed to. Mr. Bardsley, of the Committee on Finance, pre sented a resolution authorizing the City frea-mry to receive $700 from an insurance compiny for in surance on a house lately destroyed by tire, on the almshouse ground. Agreed to. Also, an ordinance making an appropriation of Hi,Mi0 to the Roam of Controllers of ttie Public Schools, to pay oil ground rents and to pay rent for school building". Agreed to. Aho, otie making an appropriation of 10,000 to tho Hoard of Health, to pay for removing nuisances. Agieed to. Also, one authorizing satisfaction to bo entered on the olllcial bond of Henry Connor, late City Commissioner. A n reed to. Also, ono to make an appropriation of 5?'1 ta the City commissioners, to pay lor advertising, &i Agreed to. Also, one to make an appropriation of 10,030, to pay assessors In the Twentieth ward. A2reed to. Also, an ordinance to nixke an appropriation of 2Uii,W'U to tne commisloncrs ot Fairinount Park, t-j be taken from a loan when created. Agreed to. Mr. S. Miller, of the Committee on Highways, presented a resolution to pave Sixteenth, Dickurson and Bancroft streets. Agreed to. Also, one to pave and curb Allen and Arrott stitets, In the 1 wenty-third ward. Agreed to. Also, one to pavo Milliin, Montgomery avenue, oixteemn anri oiuer streets. Agreeu to. Also, a resolution remonstrating azalnst tho opening of .Seventeenth fctreet in tho Fifteenth ward. Agreed to. Mr. H. Hulm. of the Committee on Police, pre sented a. resolution approving a plan for anew police statlon-nouse in the ruth district, exocu'-ed by C. D. Supplee & Son. Mr. JUt.ell moved to amend, provided the cost Fboulu not exceed ?2.,0'J0. Agreed to, and tho bill Passed. Also, one to provide for the erection of public uains iy tne same person. Agreed to. Mr. Willits, of the Committee on Surveys, pre sented an oidinancc to extend the ecweron Schell street. A creed to. Mr. uartituey, oi tue committee on Finance of Common Council, presented an ordinance making an appropriation of $4,000 to pay for advertising or dinances, ivc. Agreed to. Mr. S. Miller, of the Committee of Highways, reported back a resolution to nave Cleartield street. witn a resolution to non-concur in tne amendments of Select Council. Agreed to. Mr. lietzell moved to resume second readinz of me resolution ior tne adjournment ot councils on tne i tn ot .juiy. Agreed to. The resolution was then read providing for tho adjournment on the 7th of July. Agreed to. Mr. Hanna moved to resume second reailine and consideration of the ordinance to cancel the lease of the Creen street wharf to J. W. Uaskill & Sou. Agreed to. The or ordinance was read proposing to release Mr. Uaskill. Indefinitely postponed. Select Council bills were taken up as follows: One relative to keeping up the supply of water,' and making an appropriation ot suuuu tor the pur- nose. Agreed to. une to lay water-pipe on rwenty-tnird, Mantua, and other streets. Agreed to. Also, an ordinance to pay damages for the open ing ot cnew street. Agreed to. Also, an ordinance to retund SloO 50 on bills tor laying pipe. Agreed to. Alto, a bill relative to paving over water and gas pine. Referred to tho Highway Committee. Also, one to pay win. iueijauyinin ior tuoiossot tils norse. Agreed to. Adjourned. "city finances. The following is the monthly statement of the committee to verify the cash accounts of the City J reasurer, exhibiting the casii balance May 1, the receipts and expenditures during the month, and also the cash balance on hand June 1, lsio: RBC'KI PT8. Balance as per cash book, Receipts during the month, SM80.627 51 y.)ti,312 91 $2,470,940 42 PAYMENTS. Interest on city loans, - 2,337 02 8,200 00 8,050 00 Matured city loans, Interest on city warrants, Mandamus, - - - 8,828 78 054,913 90 3,903 75 U86,293 45 City warrants, - Sinking fund securities, Balance, Cash baiance on band, Deposited as follows: 1,790,64G 97 1,790,010 97 Girard National Bank, city debt account, - 8449,010 07 122 35 Checks not in, .418,8S7 72 Northern Liberties Na tonal Bank, city debt ac count. - $403,130 57 255 40 Checks not in, 402,875 17 Sou tli wark National Bank, city debt account, 315,490 32 Girard National Bank, city tund account, - - 347,11 10 Checks not in, 21,459 35 325,721 75 Northern Liberties Bank, city fund ac count. - - - - - 103,509 97 Southwark National Bank, city fund account - - - - - 4,185 01 Philadelphia National Bank, sinking luud securities, - -Cash In drawer, - 128.R44 00 1,073 03 1,790,C40 97 PENNSYLVANIA MEDICAL SOCIETY. Yesterdny Afternoon' Session. The Bociety met at 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon. The report of the Committee on Nominations was received. The names of the following gentlemen for omcers of the Bociety were pre sented by the committee: President Samuel D. Gross, M. D., of Philadelphia. Vice-Presidents Joseph Parrish, M. D., Delaware county; 'William It. Dewitt, M. D. , Dauphin county, Thomas It. Hull, 11. D., Columbia and Montour counties; George D. liruce, M. D., Allegheny county. Corresponding (secretary Lawrence Turn- bull, m. D., Philadelphia. Permanent Secretary William B. Atkin. son, M. D., Philadelphia. Recording Secretary J. M. MoVickers, M, D., Lycoming county. Treasurer William Mayburv. Philadelphia The committee also recommend Williams- port, Pa., as the place, and the second Mon day of June next as the time, for holding the next meeting. This report was accepted. Dr. Atlee's resolution on the subject of women's colleges, deferred from yesterday morning's session, was taken up and dis cussed. Speeches were made in favor of the resolution by Dr3. Atlee, Parrish, John Atlee, Corson, and Ilaysham, and in opposition by Drs. Dell, Stetler, Maybury, Hamilton, and others. During the discussion, Dr. John Atlee alluded to the age of progress in which we live, declaring that we cannot deny to regular graduates of a regular institution their rights and privileges as physicians, whether they be male or female, white or black, provided they live according to the code of ethics. This declaration gave rise to considerable applause, mingled witti hisses. Pending the discussion of the resolution, the society adjourned until this morning. At a circus performance in Liberty, Mo., on Wednesday, Professor White entered thedeu nf linns, and waa duicklv verv triad to be hauled out again. One of the lions, it seems, had con ceived a dislike to White, and at once made for him, crushed one of his irms, Lit a piece out oi his tide, ami altogether grieved very much. MARINE TELEGRAPH. For additional Marine .Yews set first Foutt, ALMANAC FORrmLADELPHIATHI3 "dAtT" BrN Risks '. 4-2fi Moon skts s-3s scn Sbts 7-30 man wiTEa ll-j PHILADELPHIA BOARD OK TRADE. John O. Jam is, ) ('. B. Dvkbokow, Committee of thb Month. T. L. Uii.i.BsriR, J MOVEMENT OP OCKAN MTEAMHII1PH. FOR AMERICA. C. of Wash'ton. .Liverpool. . .New York May Si? Virginia Liverpool... New York May 27 C. of Dublin Liverpool. . .New York May ueuTsenrna soutnaiiipton. . ..ew lors May hi Calabria Liverpool... New York May 01 Malta .Liverpool. ..New York v B..M.iy '31 Tcutonla Havre Newiork May SI FOR El ROPE. C. of Brussels.. New York. . .Liverpool June 11 Mile de l'aris..Ncw York. ..11 ivie June 11 I'arnna New York. ..London June 11 Weser New York... Bremen Imie 11 Cambria New Yors. . .Glasgow lune 11 France New York. ..Liverpool Line 11 C. of Antwerp.. New York... Liverpool Juno 11 Nebraska New York. ..Liverpool )iine 15 .lava New Yoik. . .Liverpool June IS Tripoli New York. ..Liverpool I una 15 America New York... Bremen lutio H C. of Wiisli'ton.New York. ..Liverpool Line H U. or London. .iew iork. ..Liveipooi Juue 25 COASTWISE. DOMESTIC. ETC. J.W. Evennan.I'nilailelphia. Charleston Juno M yoinii!ir rnuaileipiiia. Savannah June 11 (ieo.Cromwell.New York. ..New Orleans .. .June 11 Fah-Kee New York. ..Bermuda Juno 14 Yazoo Philadelphia. New Orleans... June It) I'loneer Philadelphia. Wilmington June is Mails are forwarded by every steamer In the regu lar lines. The steamers for or from Liverpool call at (neenstown, except the Canadian line, which call at Londonderry, t ne steamers for or from tne conti nent call at .Southampton. CLEARED YESTERDAY. Stenmdiip J. W. Everrnan, Jlin:klcv, Charleston, Souder & Adams. Steamship Volunteer, Jones, New York, J. F. Ohl. Steiwir n. Willing, Cundiir, lialtimore. A.4roven,.Jr. Br. ling Amphion, 'i nomas, Leghorn, B. Crawley & Co. Biisr Adelaide, Wilson. Portland, Lennox & Eureess. Schr S. P. Hall. Cliipmiin, MayasueK. do. Jichr Jas. Bonder, Hudson, Milton, LeJ., Captain. ARRIVED YESTERDAY. Steamer S. F. Phelps, lirown. 'U hours from New York, with mdse. to W. M. Balrd Ac Co. Steamer Novelty, Shaw, !M hours from New York. with mdse. to W. M. Baird & Co. Steamer S. C. Walker. Sherin. 24 hours from New York, with mdse. to W. M. Baird A Co. N. t.T. nark Kosmos, ierich. fio davs from Genoa. With marble, raps, etc., to Workman Co. lir. briff John Byeis, Lewis, 10 days from Matan zas, with molasses to order vessel to C. C. Van Horn. Schr I rank Herbert, Crowell. 5 davs from Hallo. well, Me., with ice to Knickerbocker Ice Co. vessel to Knipnt t isons. benr j. k. I ord, Daniels, from Severn river, with railroad ties to J. Milton Hagy. Schrllyrle, Glover, from Satilla river, with lum ber to Patterson & Llppincott vessel to Lennox & Burgess. schr tliza B. Jones, coiyer, 4 days from Salisbury. Md., with wood to W. T. Conqnct. Schr John Sank, Kemp, 6 days from Iltllsboro, with railroad tits. Schr J. Paine, (Stevens, 5 days from Newport, ILL. With mdse. to C. S. Crowell -not as before arr 7th. Seer in. Townsend, Lingo, l day from Frederlca. Del., with wood to W. T. Conquest. Schr Sussex, Mason, 3 days from Mllford, Del., with lumber to Hickman & Co'ttingham. Schr Ann s. Brown, nsk, days from Boston, with mdse. to Jicrshon &. Cloud. Schr F. A. Bucklin. Bucklin. 9 davs from Vlnal- liaven, with granite vessel to Mershon A Cloud. Schr Y'eoman, Laws, 5 days from Concord, Del., With grain to Jas. L. Bewley & Co. bciirMaryc, hippie, nays irom iiurord, Dei., with wood to Jas. L. Bewley & Co. Schr Hope, Mills, days from Suirolk, Va., with cedar rails to Collins it Co. Schr Ariadne, Thomas, 2 days from Smyrna. Del.. with grain to Jas. L. Bewley & Co. Schr Olivia Fox, 1 day from Odessa, Del., with grain to Jas. L. Bewley & Co. Schr Aurora, Artis, 1 dav from Frederlca, Del., with grain to Christian &. Co. BELOW. Schr Ontara, Spraguc, from Cienfuegos 13th ult. Corrcpc,ntleiice of The Eveniwi Ttle'raph. fcASTO: MCMAUUJN S BULLETIN. Nkw York Office, June Four barges leave in tow to-night, for Baltimore, light. c. 'i errence, with iron, ror I'liuaueipma. T. Maloney, with emptv barrels, for Philadelphia. Baltimokb Bkakcu Office, June 9 The follow ing barges leave In tow to-night, eastward: Rose Ann, C. Downer, .1. Hawkins, San Jacinto, Fannie, St. James, S. A. Tanner, Eliza Barrett, and W. Noiruan. all with coal for New York. The Amelia, coniidentiai, end Clara Lyncn, leit with those reported yesterday. L. s. c. MEMORANDA. Ship Coromandel. Chapman, for Philadelphia. cleared at Liverpool 21UI1 ult. Ship Bazaar, Jelierson, cleared at New Orleans 4tn Inst, ior Liverpool, witn 3;u oaies cotton. steamship Achilles, eolburn, nence, at rew Or leans 4th inst. Steamship Claymont. Robinson, hence, at Norfolk 7th iLKL Bark Cerealia, McMurray, sailed from Philadelphia 14th Jan. for (jueenstown, and has not since been heard from. She registered ;!2 tons, and was built at Bathurst, N. B., in 18GS, and halls from Bangor, ale. Her cargo consisted 01 uo.sao gallons petro leum, valued at 27,C43 i7. Schr L. Blew. Bm kalew, from Somerset for Phi ladelphia, went on Great Reef, half a mile N. W. of Moutauk Point, 4th lest. ; was In good condition at last accounts. Scbr Emma B. Shaw, Shaw, hence, at btonington 7th inst. for lies' on. Schr M. II. Read. Benson, from warren rorrnua- delnhia. Balled from Newport P. M. 6th inst. Schr White equaii, BrannocK, uence, at jaorioiK 7th inst. Schr D. v. streaker, vangiiaer. cieareu at jsaiu- more 6th inst. for Charleston. Schr J. Truman, ui&ns, saiieu irom ;sew ueaioru 7th inst. for Philadelphia. Schr Artie Garwood, Godfrey, cicarea ai wouiie 4th Inst.. for Boston. BchrF. Nickeraon, Kelley, cleared at Boston 7th inst for Richmond, Me., to mad for Philadelphia. Schrs B.H.L. JHarts, Maria, irom uowaoinnam for Philadelphia; Billow, Gross, Rockland for do.; . ... ....... linn. . trw H i at llAlman Hole A. M. ctn inst, tne iauer wm uiacuarge uoc- Inarl nt. llntmeH' TlnlA. Schr J. Maxfleld. May, and Mary Edward, Mc Cartev. from Philadelphia for Boston: J. W. anna- man, Reeves, from Kicnmonu, Aie., ior rnuaueipnia, and J. M. Broomall. Douglass, from Orland. Me., for Washington, D. C, at liolinea' Hole P. M. th instant. rpni PRINCIPAL DEPOT x fob mi cm or REVENUE 8 T A M No. 804 CHESNUT STREET. P 8, CENTRAL OFflCE, No. 106 8. FIFTH STREET (Two doors below Chesnnt street), ESTABLISHED 1861. The tale of Revenne Stamps la still continued at tie Old-Kstablished Agencies. The stock eoiunrises every denomination printed by the Government, and having at all times a large supply, we are enabled to Oil and forward (by Mail or Hx press) an orarrs unmeumicij uyuu icuwiyi, uimv ter of great Importance. United elates notes, jauuusi jiuia nuies, umia on Philadelphia, and Post Olllce Orders received In nurment. Commissioner of Internal Revenue cheerfully and crratnitniiKlv furnished. Reveane Stamps printed upon Draft, Checks, Re ceipt, ftc ,, The following rates of commission are allowed on Stamps and btanipeu raper: Otitic and upwards I per cent. iso " suo " Address all orders, etc., to STAMP AGINCT, Na. 804 CHESNUT STREET, PHILADELPHIA. WATER PURIFIERS. FAKSON'S Sew l'ateut Muter Filter and lurliier Will effectually cleanse from all IMPURITIES, and re move all foul taste or smell from water passed t brouKb it. In operation and for sale at tbe MANUFACTORY, No. 230 DOCK btrett.and sold by House furnishing Stores generally. 5H INSURANCE. DELAWARE MUTUAL SAFETY 1NSURANCB COMPANY. Incorporauid by the Legislature of Pennsylvania, 1S3A. Office southeast corner of THIRD and WALNUT Streets. 1 nuaneiphia. MARINE INS-CHANCES On Vceseis, Cargo and Freight to all parta of the worm. INLAND INSURANCES jn goods by river, canal, lake and land carriage to an parrs 01 tno 1 nion. FIRE INSURANCES Merchandise generally; on stores, Dwolllngu, Houses, etc. ASSETS OF THE COMPANY November 1, 109. ltf.OOO United States Five Per Cent. Loan, ten-forties 100,000 Un!td states Six Per Cent. 1216,000 -00 107,750-00 eo.ooo-oo 813,950 -00 SOO.BJS'OO 02,000 MO 451-00 - t3,CJ5D0 10,000-00 16,000-00 Lonntiawtui money) United States Six Per Cent. 60,000 Loan, ISM 900,000 Slate of Pennsylvania Six Per Cent. Loan sac.ooo City of Philadelphia Six Per Cent. Loan (exempt from tax) I0O.0J0 State of New Jersey Six Tor Cent. Loan 90.O00 Pennsylvania Railroad First Mortgage Six Per Cent. Bonds 5,0O0 Pennsylvania Railroad Se cond mortgage Six per Cent. Bonds tt.ooo Western Pennsylvania Rail road Mortgage Six Per Cent. Bonds (Pennsylvania Railroad guarantee) 80,000 State of Tennessee Five Per Cent. Loan T,ooo btate of Tennessee Six Per Cent, Loan 13,600 Pennsylvania Railroad Com pany, 2."h) pharos stock 6,000 North Pennsylvania Rail road Company, 100 snares stocK 10,000 Philadelphia ' 'and ' Southern Mall Steamship Com pany, 80 shares stock t44J,000 Loans on Bond and Mort gage, flm liens on city Properties 4.S70-O0 14,000-00 8,900-00 T.BOO-OO W5,M0-00 11,231,400 Par, Market vaine, 11,155,970-00 Cost. tl.21S.62'J-21. Real Betate 38,000-00 uiiis neceivaDie for insurances made... s3,70O-7B jDuiauccB oue si Agencies: Premiums on Marine Policies, Accrued interest, ana oiner aeots due tne com pany 5.097-6 Stock, Scrip, etc.. of Sundrv Corpora tions, f47i6. Estimated value 1,740-30 vasn in sank gl68,318-sa Cash la Drawer 97a-a 169,291-14 l,S52,100-04 niT?p.nTf)KH Thomas C. Hand, .Samnel S. Btokes, John C. ImvIr. William g. Boulton, Edward Darlington, H. Jones Brooke, Edward LnfnnrnaftA. Edmund A. Sonder, Theophllns Paulding, jam en i raquair, iiecry ioan, Henry C. Dallett, Jr., Jacob Riegel, Jacob P. Jones, James B. McFarland, Joshua P. Eyre, Snencer Mnllvnln. ames c. Band, William C Ludwlg, Joseph II. Seal, Hngh Craig, John D. Taylor, George W. Bernadoo J. B. Semple, Plttsbnrg, a. u. merger, r lttannrg, D. T. Morgan, Pittsburg w ii iiP"i 1 : 1-mnnrin. thumas C. HAND, PresldenU HENRY LYLBURN, Secretary. HENRY BALL Assistant Secretary. 1 1 HOMESTEAD LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. Policies Issued on all the Ordinary Plane, AT LOW KATES OF PHEMIUM, With full participation In the Profita. AH Policies JSou-jForiei table. Ful Cash Surrender Indorsed on Each Policy. NO RESTRICTIONS AS TO TRAVEL Oil RESI- uj&acjs. The form of policy adopted is a plain and aimnls cnn. tract, precise and detinue in its tBrtim. mil ima (mm Special attention ia called to the HOMESTEAD PLAN this Company, offering tbe OuMBINED ADVANTAGES or tbx I3uilliiig; A-WNociution and or LI l"o Insiirnnco. livery Iolicy Holder Necurcs a House oi Jits Jvvii. Descriptive Pamphlets, with Kates, fiirniahnrl nn annii OFFICE, N. W. corner Seventh and Chesnut Sts. f 111LAUKLFU1A. . WILLIAM M. BEYFERT, President. LAURENCE MYERS, Vice President. R. W. DORPULEY, Secretary. . D. HAYES AGNKW, M. D., WILLIAM L. HIRST Medical Director. Counsel. DIHECTORS. Wm. M. Seyfert, Laurence Myers, J. M. Myers, Wm. S. McManus, Wm. B. Reaney, Kdward Samnel. H. P. Mmrbeid. Clayton AlsMichael. 4 9 6m 1829 CIIAKTER fRFETUAL. JgJQ Frantlin Fire Insnrance Company ur rn f- i i a. Office, Nos, 435 and 437 CHESNUT St. Assets Jan. I , '70i$2,825,73 1 "67 OA PITA Tj . 850,000-00 INCOME FOR 18i0, LOS5K8 PATO IU 186. KUU.UUU. Lossespaidsincel829over $5,500,000 Paroetnal and TemDOran Polieiee on Liberal Tr. Tbe Company also issaes polieiee npon tbe Rente of all ibe ''ifRAlOlN" baano DlhPUTKD OLAIM. DIRECTORS. Alfred O. Baker. Ilk wv. Eiuvr, Tbomaa Sparar W ilbam S.UratH Thomas 8. Kllia, Ousts tus 8. Hanson. Samnel Grant, tieorite W. Richards, Isaac Lea. Ueorge tales. ALFRED ii. HA KHK. PrMiriona. UF.ORUK FALKS, Vioe-Preaident. .TAMF8 W. McALLlSTF.R. Secretary. TUKUOORK M. RKUKR, Assistaut SeoreUry. 1 19? PAME INSURANCE COMPANY ho. vjv uur.snii' otreeb INCORPORATED 1868. CHARTER PERPETUAL CAPITAL (Juu.uuu. 11RE INSURANCE EXCLUSIVELY. Insurance aKaiiist Losa or Damage by Fire either by Per petnal or i emporary rouoiea. llRKCTOKa. Cbarlee Richardson. , Robert Pea roe. W illiam H.Kbaw John Kessler, Jr., William M. heylert. r.awara n. urne, Charles tttokes, Joun W. Kvermam, Mordeuai Buzbf. John k. hmith, Hauian nines. Ueorge A. W est. OUARLKS RIOUARDSON, President WILLIAM U. U11A.WN. Vice-President. WiI.LUMl I. Blancuabo, Seoretarr. 7 23i HIE ENTERPRISE INSURANCE CO. OF riin.aiiri.rnii. Office 8. W. corner of FOURTH and WALNUT Streets v FIRK INSURANCE EXCLUSIVELY. PERPETUAL AND TKKM POUC1ES ISSUED. CASH Capital (paid np in foil).. $Ju0,uuU'C F. Ratcbfora Dtair, J. uvingston Krringer fValbro trailer, James L. Cla horn, Jobn M. Atwood, Wm. O. Boulton, Ben). T. Tredick, Charles Wbeeler, tieorre H. Stuart, 1 Qoms U. Montgomery, .lnhn It. Krown, James M. Aertseu. " F. RATCHFORD ST A RR, President. THOMAS 11. MONT(.OM fcki Vice-President, ai.r A. w . wiairn, nacreia-r JACOB , f&l Xim. Aijr: EtO etM INSUKANOfe. INSURANCE COMPANY NORTH AMERICA. Jaituabt 1, ie70. Chnrter Perpetual. S500,0()t 8i,NJ,3NI Incorporated 171M. CAPITA U AfcKlN IiHnee pnld elure orgnnlrntlon....i:l, 000,000 Rerrlpu of Premluuie, lMtt....tl l,l9l,:ir43 Intcrret from Inveelmftnte, 'IJ9. 114,U9H74 -i,lOK,3:ttin ,.I,0:I3,SH4 I.OBsee pnld, 1SU!... MtntrnifDt of the Asrt. First Mortgaes on Oity Proportr (766,40 United States Government and otter Lean Uonda I.IM.M Railroad, Bank and Oanal Stocks 6B.70S Otsb in Bank and Dffine SI7.H3C loans co Collateral Becurlt; 3U.65 Notes IteceWable, moctly Maiine Preminmi... 82 1, I'M Accrued Interest 30.HS7 PreminmB in course nf (rantmlssiea 85.1H8 lTn?ettlil Marine Prnmiuins IW.WC Real KsUte. Office of Company Pbiladelpbia.. 30,000 8J,7S:l,5M uiHr.uiuivo, Artcmr O. hrancte R. Cope, bamnel W.ia ies, Kdward U. Trotter, Jobn A. Bioa a, Kdward H. Clarke, Cbarlee Tarlor, T. Obarlton Uenry, A mlirose n bite, Alfred 11, Jesrap, William Welsh, louis O. Madeira, 8. Morris Wain, Charles W. Cnshman, John Maecc, Clttrnent A. Orisoom, Oeorge L. Harrison, William Brockie. ARTHUR O. OOKKIN, President. OHAkLKS PLATT, Vice-President. Matthias Mabib, Secretary. O. H. Rkf.vkb, Assistant Secretary. 3 4 ANDES Insurance Company, cirjciFjrjpjri. Capital Stock S 1 ,000,000 CORPORATORS AND COMMISSIONERS. Robert Bucbanan, H. A. V. Post, Robert Mitchell. Augustus Wessel, Alexander Long, C. W.Monlton. Joseph C. Butler, A. D. BnllocR, Samuel M. Murphy, Alfred Gaither, J. B. BENNETT, Chairman of Committee on Organization. Books are now open In this city, (or subscriptions to a limited amount of the Stock at the office of the undersigned, where all Information may be obtained. DUY WOODS, AGENTS, No. 300 WALNUT Street. 6 1 12trp PHILADELPHIA. ASBURY LIFE INSURANCE CO. NL W YORK. LEMUEL BANGS, President. GEORGE ELLIOTT, Viee-Pres'tandSec'y. ISjNIUKX mcul.ijn ruuiv, Actuary. PENNSYLVANIA STATE AGENCY, JAMES M. LONGACKE. Manager. 11. U. WOOD, JK., M. V., Medical Examiner. Office, 302 WALNUT St, Philadelphia. REV. 8. POWERS, Special Agent, JAMES M. LONOACRU, General Agent, 8 23 mwfiy No. 302 WALNUT Street, Philadelphia. 7 IRE ASSOCIATION. INCORPORATED MARCH 87, 1820. OFFICE, HO. 34 NORTH FIFTH STREET INSURE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, BUILD AMD MERCHANDISE GENERALLY, From Loss by Fire (in tbe City of Philadelphia only). ASSETN, JANUARY 1, ISrO, 8 1,37 J,7 JavJ5. TRUSTEE. WM. H. HAMILTON, JOHN OARROW. (iKUKGK I. YOUNG, JOS. R. LYNDA LL, CHARLES P. BOWER. JK8SK LIGUTKOOT, v a w ii tma a n. ii. PHI ER ARMliRUSTER, SAMUEL WABhAWKj ni. ii. uiyj iviii nv.i . PHTFR WILLIAMSON. E. BUUKLL. WM. H. HAMILTON, President SAMUEL SPARHAWK, Vice-President, WILLIAM T. BUTLER Seoretarr. EM TilR PENNSYLVANIA FIRE INSURANCE a UIIMf A I . Inoomorsted 1M26 Charter PernetnaL No. 610 WALNUT Street. oDDosite Independence Sanara. 'i uis uompany, taTorably known to tne oommnnity for over forty Years, continues to insure acainst loss or dam. age by Ore on Publio or Prirate Buildings, either perma nently or for a limited time. Also on Farniture, btooks nf tioods. and Merchandise srenerally. on liberal terms. Investea in tne most careini manner, wnion enaoiee tnem to o&er to the inaored aa undoubted security in the oaee 01 lose. Daniel Smith, Jr., i uuinaa omiin. Isaac Hsiieiiuret, i Tbomaa Robins, I Joun jUeTereui, , , I . Franklin A Henrv liwis. J. UiflinKbam Fell. Daniel Haddock, Jr. Com Iv. UAMKL SMITH. .In Pra.lilent. WM. O. CROWELL, Secretary. S 30 TMPEKIAL FIKE INSURANCE CO.. JL LONDON. ESTAUIJSI1ED 1S03. Paid-up Capital and Accumulated Fonda, gKOOO.OOO IN GOLD. PKEVOST & IIElUtlNG, Agents, 4 No. 107 S. THIRD Street, Philadelphia. OHAS. M. PREVOST OUA8. P. HERRING ROOFINO. READY KOOITIW This RooUnc U adapted to all baildlnas, Itoaab appued to rtEEP OH FLAT ROOFS at one-bait tbe expense of tin. It is readily pot oa old Khinvla Knofa witbout remonna; the shinnies, thus avoid. Ids tbe damaging of oeilinge and furniture while onder " . 1 V: ambsI nuJ 1 PHKSKkvi VOUK TIN ROOFS WITH WELTOS 1 m nransrorf in Kanair and Paint Roofs at lha notice. Also, Y Al T tun bAi.r. oy tne uarreior gauoa tbe beet and ebeapeat m tne maraev. 17 Ne. 711 N. NINTH Street .above Ooates. A C. 8 J I T II Si CO. TIN, COrrER, AND IRON ROOFERS, No. 1624 SOUTH Street and No. (til RIDGE Arenas. Patentees of tbe SPIRAL EXPANSIVE CONDUCTOR SPOUT. This spout bas by a two years' trial proved to be a sucoeas, having put np some 6U0 stacks, everyone of which has given entire aatiataotion. It is a spiral coil, thus ditpenbing with tbe upright seam, which invariably breaks lirtt in tbe spout. We guarantee it to be nrm, mere durable, to bear more freezing, and cost less than any other good spout. Roohng and Uuttering at reason able prices. Old Roofs Repaired and Painted. 16 HI lm 11ATENT PREPARED ASP1IALTIC ROOF- J 1NO. -Patented May, 170. This relt is already coated ir imuivaiie use. Has a stony surface, which rendu, s it uniutUmmkhle. W ill Maud hot clminlBt 5 13 l,n Not. 617 and 5li AII.N'OH Street. A LEXANDER O. C AT TELL A CO. . PKODl'CK ClMHBUiIM 1U r. KCUAN 19. No. iW NORTH WUARVEci No. 87 NORTH WATER STREET, PUILADHLPU1A. AlEZaKPU CUUUi, KUJAB OATTI AMUSEMENTS. ACADEMY OF M IT 8 I C. LAST NIGHT OK THE SEASON or FNGLIRH OPF.RA. THIS (friav KVRNINU, .Inne 10. (.RANK CIIMPLIMKNTAKV TKSI'IMONIAL Tendered to MRS. C. K. BFRSAKU. When will be prevented Wallace s I.URI.INK. Witkamost roWFRFI'l, CAST, M.W tiur.MKKY, OK AND ()H(!IIV1 R . iMXirll.K UHORU3. TOMORROW AFTF.RNOO.S, A MARTHA M A I 1NK IC t'ommpnclng at 2 o'clock. t in WALNUT rJT. THEATRE BKtilS .1 S. THIS ( Friday) KVKNI.N.. .1 inn in. KLF.VF.NTH NInHT ANI BFNK'-ll oV MR. JOSKFli JF.FFF.USO.V. in his ciouisitolj I'fsiitiful impersonation of HIP VAN WINKI.K. in Dion Boucieaulf irrpat drnma entitled KIP VAN MrlNKI.w.. UK, 1I1K M.KRP OF TWKNTY Vr"RS. Received nicl'Hy tr Inree aed brilliant audi --ncn with f x r ii csiAsnu a 1 p i, a s k RIP VAN WINKI.K lOSKPH .1 KFFKRSOf M ATIXKK on NA I'lIK f) AY AFTK.RNOON at io'clock. Chairs secured six days in ailvanoB. MKS. JOHN DREW'S ARCH ST. THEATRE. KVIRY RV F.NINO DUKlNUsHHK rtl.KK tbe oriinul, woild-rfnownod iiktasi'm mi.isinrijs, ISHYANT'S MINSrHKI.S. FRO.M BRYANT S HPKRA UOl'SK. SKW YORK. I'nder the inmipiliiite diroctiun and nersuoul suourvisiun of. the eminent Cnmedinn, M K. HA IV BHVAA I, M K. HAN BRYANT. who will positively appear every evening in b's inimitable l"riormnni'ps. mat CHESNUT STREET THEATRE. JOHN STETSON Lessee and Manacor. LAS r WKKK OF THE GHKAT Si'AK TROUPK. TIIITHM.AV lI'VtMivi u I.-., 'i':,.n'.l Tu . Ti-ill of ('oniT.nnv A jltl. ii il U I'himninn. of PeonMylvunia, preparatory to tneir tiraml tJ.iampinn Unll with tne aionlKoniery LiKht Onardx of H on. o w t IJENNSYLVAXIA POLYTECRNItJ AND 1 ANATOMICAL MURF.UM. No. W (JHKSNUT Street, three doors above Twelfth, tho most uomplcte rollcitionof objects, illustrating Physinlov. Patbolouy, Natural History, etc. Illustrative Lectures every evemn. upen a. si. to in i: ai. hum l VALER'S (LATE MILLER'S) WINTEIS OA RHF.N, Nos. 7Ju, 722, 724, and 72ri VIN K. Street. THF. GRAND OKCHK.STRION, formerly the property of tbe GRAND DFKF. OF BADF.N, purchased at (rreat expense by J at n valck,!)! thiecify, in commnanon with FLaMF.R'S ORUHHSTRA and Miss NKLLIK ANDFRSON, will porform EVKRY ArTKK.VOON and KVF.N1NG at the above-mentioned place. Admission tree. i idtr INSUWANQEi INSURANCE COMPANY OF NORTH iVINIERIOA-e JANUARY I, 1870. Incorporated 1794. Charter Perpetual. Capital 500,000 Assets- 2,733,531 Losses Paid since organiza tion $23,000,000 Beceipts of Premiums,'69, $1,991,837'45 Interest from Invest ments, 1869 114,69674 $2,106,53419 Losses paid, 1869- $1,035,38684 STATEMENT OF THE ASSETS. First Mortgages on City Property 1766,450 United States Government and other Loan Bonds 1,112,848 Railroad, Bank, and Canal Stocks 65,709 Cash in Bank and OtUce UT'iO Loans on Collateral Security SJ,5M Notes Receivable, mostly Marine Pre miums 321,044 Accrned Interest 80,307 Premiums in course or transmission. . . 85,198 Unsettled Marine Premiums 100,900 Real Estate, Office of Company, Phila delphia 30,000 Total Asiete Jan. 1, 1S70 Vi,7H3,Ml DIRECTORS. ARTHUR G. COFFIN, SAMUEL W. JONES, JOHN A. BROWN, CHARLES TAYLOR, FRANCIS R. COPE, EDW. H. TROTTER, EDW. S. CLARKE, T. CHARLTON HENRV, AMBROSE WHITE, WILLIAM WELSH, 8. MORRIS WALN, JOHN MASON, ALFRED D. JESSUP, LOUIS C. MADEIRA, CnAS. W. CUSUMAN, CLEMENT A. GRISCOM WILLIAM BROCKIE. . corner, GEORGE L. HARRISON, ARTHMt PBE9IDENT. CIIAltLKS PLATT, VICE-rRESI DENT. JIATTIIIA8 niAKIl-l, Secretary. felOlamly C. If. REEVEW, AsalateiDt Secretary. CENT.'S FURNISHING COOPS. pATKNT 8HOULDSK-SSAI1 SHIRT MANUFACTORY, AND GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING STORE. PRHWitrrrr.v uttttno SHIRTS AND DRAWERS made Irom measurement at very Bhort notice. All other article or ujiHTuuua o uoaoo GOODS la full Tarlotj. It ' No. lot CHESNUT Street LEGAL NOTICES. 17 STATE OF JOSEPII MOTTET, DE Vj CEASED- . . , Letters OI AHOUBIIimx'H iut ftuuTruiDuuuuoii estate having been granted to the undersigned, all persona those wbo bave claims against the sumo present theia without delay U T tl. c u n. ix iy r. i in i , ( nim-jain-or, No. & WALNUT Street. Philadelphia, MaylBlHTO. 6 27jit MEDICAL. AT V II II K, NO PAY! ii FOX'S CRAMP AND DIARRHCEA MIXTURK has is-oveit itsell to be the surest and siieedieat remedy for Cramps, Diarrboa, Dysentery, Cholera Morbus, and brat statcesof Ablatio Cholera. No family alter bavin once tried it will be without it. Ask for roi's Cramp and Diarrhova Mixture, ami take no otDer. boiii uiis NALL A (,'O'N, FIFTEENTH and MARKET Streets, and No. ARCH Street. irp r AiiTMt. . M'MiHOW. &, III C 51 A 11 O IV, - E BHirPINQ AND COMMISSION MKRCBAATS, v. a fii-tVN'I'llfM HI IP Nb. York. No. OOENTIKU SLir-. new lora. No, 18 SOUTH WHARVES. Philadelphia, ki . liT nn A null U . Uu III moru We re prepared to bip every deeonpuua of Freight W Pbilndelphiiv, New ork, V Uinington, ud iatruiedut . .. . U unit A eeAl i&lAlh . ( IjAfl.! J IM t si ami Stvun tPKI ,ajniblnat Vf lWM t'V. U.f aiiEkCcusc. JU'K-rre'l.