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THE DAILY EVENING TELEOR A PI 1 PHIL A.DELPI IT A, TTIUttSPAY, JANUARY 5, 1ST I
5
XXAHHX8SUXIO.
Cltf ANIMATION OF THE I.EOTHLATrRK THE COS
KTITrTIONAI. CONVENTION THE CONTEST FOIl
1HK THKASl-RERKHIP PllOSI'ECTS OK THE
VATSIOl'S FACTIONS CAMERON THROWS I'P THE
frON"GE.
From Our Own Correspondent.
Harrisbuho, JannaryB.
Hoth branches of the Legislature organized on
Tuosdar, and withott any smash of the slates as set
tled In caucus. The previous cveulng violent rumors
filled the capital and the crowded hotels of the proba
ble defeat of both Wallace and Webb, by disorgani
zation in the respective parties; bat the boated Ima
ginations of the Disappointed aspirants for plunder
ing; tHe party cumps created most of the stories afloat.
It was assnmed that Buckulcw would defeat Wal
lace, 83 they are not supposed to be greatly la love
with each other; but dispassionate men never
doubtet that the Democrats would bo in solid line
for their candidates when the hour of trial came.
Wallace accepted his new honors with becoming
modesty and dignity, and delivered an address that
had the peculiar merit of originality, a well as a
high measu'c of ability and fitness. lie spoke like a
statesman or liberal and well-considered views, and
referred p intedly to the policy of progress as the
true one for the Commonwealth. lie proclaimed
reform as the great cardinal measure
of the day, and Inspired the Democracy
wiih new ide is and new Impulses as ho ignored the
dead Issues of the past, and moved forward boldly
to accent the living questions which are vital In the
new order of things, lie appreciates that there has
been a desperate war; that Rebellion, treason,
State rights, slavery, and caste are overthrown to
rise no more, and that reconstruction and the
amendments of the Constitution, as auxiliary
thereto, am as irrevocable as the laws of gravitation.
"Uncle Jake Zcigler" obeyed the call of the
Senate, and was tostalled behind the Chief Clerk's
dealt. He smiles as kindly as In the days of yore,
and his voice has all the melody of youth as he
calls the names of the grave (Senators and reads
the petitions, res lutions, and bills; but his locks
are deeply silvered, his Jolly face has rude furrows
ploughed through It, and his eyes rcfiiro to perform
their otiice without the aid f the old
fashioned spectacles. Hamersly is also
here, bat an invalid, and is probably not sorry that
his Old chum of the quill has succeeded him. Both
hare been legislators in the better days of legisla
tion; both have been editors, and Zeigler still con
tinues in the rural editorial chair, and both have
been clerks here when the oldest existing hat was
new.
In the House there were some ripples upon the
Republican surface, and deep, sullen muttcrlngs of
discontent prevailed. A bolt on Webb was seriously
contemplated on Monday, but on Tuesday calmer
counsels prevailed, and Webb received the entire
Republican vote, with the exception of Mr. Wiley,
Of Lancaster. Mr. Relnoehl, of the same county,
was freely canvassed as a probable bolting candi
date for Speaker; but he did not encourage the
effort. Had he consented, it Is probable that he
could have been elected, tteneral Selfrldge was
chosen clerk without a contest, as was Mr. Lee,
the assistant; but a determined and violent opposi
tion was manifested to defeat Mr. Ovens of Phila
delphia, the Republican nominee for Sergeant-at-Arms.
80 far had the opposition gone
that the combination was perfected with the Demo
crats to defeat him by an Independent Republican,
but Mr. Elliott, his special champion, made a most
earnest appeal for him, vouching for his blameless
character and competency ; and the opposition was
finally withdrawn. He was denounced bitterly by
many In the party as unworthy of a public position,
while tne Democrats Insisted that f hey could not be
censured for pressing Ahern while Ovens was a
favorite with the Republicans.
The Senate was scarcely organized until there
waa a general scramble to lead oh for a Constitu
tional Convention. General White read his bill m
place. Senator Connell also got his bill presented,
and Buckaiew made a shrewd flank movement and
pressed through a resolution lor a special reform
committee. Such is the effect of the popular de
mand for reform, and I doubt whether there is a
vote In the Senate that will not be cast for some
sort of a convention bill. In the House the measure
is certain or nearly a unanimous support. There
will be various differences as to the details or the
bill, but they will be reconciled, and it will pass be
fore the 1st of February.
The contest for Treasurer is still as bitter as ever.
Judging from the surface of the political caldron,
the success of the Republican candidate is not pos
sible; but the grave dangers attending a Republican
defeat in a Republican Legislature may force the
contending parties to union and conciliation. A
clear majority of the Republican members prefer
Mackey, and he would be elected but for the fatal
friendship of Cameron. Most of Mackey's strength
Is his own rather than Cameron's; but the fact
that Cameron supported him in the unwarrant
able defeat of Irwin in 1869 sticks to
him like the brand of a malefactor. If
Cameron were dead and forgotten, Mucker
would go through easily; but Cameron living is
worse than a skeleton in Mackey's political house
hold. As the fiercest blasts of the tempest often
just precede the returning sunlight, so the political
tempest In the Republican ranks may be stilled in
time by its very violence. While Mackey is floun
dering under the crushing load of Cameron, it Is but
just to say that Cameron will be faithfully for the
man whi la elected. No matter who he may be,
whether Mackey, Jones, or Snooks, Cameron will
be' able to demonstrate that he made his election.
R Cameron has thrown up the sponge at last. The
sad truth is forced upon him that he has reached
the evening ef his power, and its shadows are
gathering around him like unwelcome whispers
of dying applause.
The crowds of worshippers around the altar of
Ms promises and plunder, turn with keenest scent
from the cold trail of the stricken leader, and are
prowling in every direction for pastures new and
worthier gods. Distrusted in Washington by the
national administration, repudiated at home by the
people who would cherish grateful memories of a
declining remnant of personal or political worth ;
unfelt in the counsels of his party, save as Its mis
fortunes have culminated from his crimes,
he now sits fretfully In the
great office he bought for honor, and sees a mighty
commonwealth turn with omnipotent and vengeful
power upon the laws which made his success pos
sible. He declines a re-election to the Senate !
Be declines every hour in the day, and to every
listener. He hurls his declination after faint and
fading friends, and makes It the gentle offering to
soften and disarm those who have manfully braved
bis remorseless rule. The terrible spectre of reform
is before him, as with giant tread and resistless
power it pricks the bauble of his
crown, and turns to smoking ashes
the Insignia be waa proud to win in shame. Men
who have bowed when he commanded now rush
with unseemly haste to gain the honor of making it
Impossible for future Legislatures to elevate future
Camerons as future libels upon popular integrity,
and, bereft of followers, he seeks refuge from the
retribution of the people by retirement. He has de
clined before as o'teu as It was necessary to defraud
the better men who yielded to peace upon hli pro
fessions; but now he declines In sorrowful earnest,
because it is the only harbor of safety. Let it be
said of him, that for once he has done what will
make rejoicing wherever patriotism has a votary.
The defeat of Ahern and Laws did not sit
well ou the Fourth ward crowd, and Mully
lambs made the town more than lively by
their denunciations of the henators who did not
EUbtain them. In their general hilarity over their
defeat, they punished an undue quantity of bad
whisky, and amused themselves iu the highly origi
nal way cf firing a few bullets now and then
through the doors of hostile democratic
gt nators. They gave reirisen rawiei mure ui
that particular kind of sport than was eutlre'y aree.
able, as he seemed decidedly averse to a Senatorial
funeral with himself in the coinn It is said that he
was regarded aa the Senator who would make the
littlest corpse of tUe whole lot, and it is geueral'y
considered that be was censnrably selfish in his un
willingness to accommCato the snorts with a fune
ral when It was essential to their happiness. It Is
rumored, however, that he always was an obstinate
and unaccommodating sort of fellow, and his re
fuel to be shot mortally when everything was In
readiness fully confirms the story. When he runs
for Governor let him lock well to the Fourth ward.
Dacphin.
Boys,
Boys,
Boys.
We are selling for 3 Boys' Overcoats that far sur
pass anything ever offered for the price. Eiamlne
them at Rockhill k Wilson's Great Brown Stone
Hall, Nob. 603 and 60S Chksnut street.
N. B. Our 10, 12, and 115 suits are going off by
the thousands.
Wii.ror'8 Con Liver On, and Lime. The great
popularity of th's safe and efficacious preparation is
alone attributable to Its Intrinsic worth. In the cure of
coughs, colds, asthmas, bronchitis, whooping cough,
scrofulous humors, and all consumptive symptoms,
it Has no superior, if equal. Let no one neglect the
early symptoms of disease, when an agent is thus
at hand which will alleviate all complaints of the
chest, lungs, or throat. Manufactured only by A. B.
Wimior, Chemist, No. ICC Court street, Boston.
Sold by alldruggists.
Without SrcT or Sudiment. Phalon's Vltalla, or
Salvation for the Hair, has no bad smell, and does
not stain the skin. It has no ingredient that Bub
sides in the form of Dlthy sediment. Consequently,
it Is not shrouded iu darkened bottles. The natural
color of the hair, however completely it may have
laded out, Is Invariably reproduced by the Vltalla.
Sold by all druggists.
It Works to Perfkction. M as. WiNsr.ow's
Soothino Svni'P, for children teething, is perfectly
harmless. It produces natural, quiet sleep, by re
lieving the child from pain, and the little cherub
awakes as "bright as a button." It cures wind colic,
and regulates the bowels gives rest to tha mother
and health to the child.
Burnett's Cooking Extracts the be.
You S ion i) not fall to call at the China and
Glassware establishment of William Akers Sc. Co.,
No. 823 Market street, when about to lay in a fresh
supply for the table or bed-room. They have the
prettiest assortment of china, glass and queens
ware in the city, and everybody should go there, as
it Is guaranteed to be a bazaar where the purchaser
can save money.
Mr. William W. Cassidt, the Jeweller at No. 8
South Second street, has one or the largest and most
attractive stocks of all kinds of Jewelry and Silver
ware in the city. He has also on hand a One assort
ment of fine American Western Watches. Those
who purchase at this store at the present time arr
certain to get the worth of their money. .
TnE City of Boston lins selected Hallet. Davla &
Co. 'a Flanos for its Normal and Grammar Schools.
Warcroonis, No. 927 Chesnut street. Prices mode
rate for cash and instalments, or rent. W. Redfiold
Fhelps &. Co., agents.
Beddino, best in the city
rantced, by albektson &
street.
lowest price, and gua
Co., No. 1435 Chesnut
Burnett's Comkine the best made In America.
Johnson Mertz. On the 1st instant, at, the Par
sonage, No. 1M0 Franklin street, by the Hev. Wm.
B. Wood, Mr. John Johnson and Miss Matilda
Mertz, both of this city.
Roli.e Jones. In Camden, September 13, 1370,
by Rev. J. S. Heisler, Mr. Jacob B. Koi.lk, of Potts
town, Pa, to Ella Jones, of Camden, N. J.
W001.FOHD Crawford. On the 4th Instant, at
the residence of the bible's parents, by Elder Wm.
J. PnrinctoD, Samuel W. Woolford, or Churoh
( reek, Md., and Lii.lie K., youngest daughter or
Wm. H. Crawford, Esq., of this city.
Baltimore papers please copy.
IISI9.
Brown. On the 4th instant, Thoma3 Brown, in
the 67th year of his age.
The relatives and friends of the family, also Adel
phla Lodge, No. 22, I. O. of O. P., are respectfully
Invited to attend the funeral, from his late residence,
No. SitST Noith Seventh street, on Saturday, the 7th
instant, at 2 o'clock. To proceed to Ebenezer
Church Ground.
Duvillard On the evening of the 2d Instant,
Mart Jacobs Duvillard, in the 67th year of her
age.
The friends of Mrs. Mary It. Bell are invited to
attend her funeral, from her late residence, No. Ill
Queen street, on Thursday afternoon, at 3 o'clock.
Interment at Trinity Church.
Pequeno. Suddenly, at Madrid, Spain, on Novem
ber 27th, 1870, Candido Pequeno, Sr. a Christian
gentleman, genial, and generous. His many friends
in this city, where he resided several years, will
learn with real sorrow of his death. "
SPECIAL. NOTICES.
Fur additional Special Kotice let liisidt Fugtt.
OFFICE OP THE UNION IMPROVEMENT
m COMPANY, No. 320 WALNUT Street.
Philadelphia, Jan. 4, 1871.
The Board of Directors have this dav declared a
semi-annual Dividend of SIX PER CENT., payable
on and after the 10th instant.
EDWARD ROBERTS, Ja.,
1 8 3t Treasurer.
CW OFFICE OF THE HIGHLAND COAL
COMPANY, No. 320 WALNUT Street.
Philadelphia. Jan. 4, 1371.
The Board of Directors have this dav declared a
semi-annual Dividend of THREE PER CENT.,
payable on and after the lntn instant.
EDWARD ROBERTS. Jr.,
1 6 3t Treasurer,
M5- OFFICE ANTHRACITE INSURANCE
w COMPANY, No. 811 WALNUT Street.
Philadblphia. January 2, 1870.
The Board of Directors have this day declared a
Dividend cf FIFTEEN PER CENT, on the capi
tal stock paid in, payable on demand, rree or taxes,
. WILLIAM, M. SMITH,
1 5 lOtrp Secretary.
g- PHILADELPHIA (BECK'S) BAND, NO. 1
NOTICE. A special meeting of the contribu
ting members will be held at McCuen & Donaldson's,
No. 730 VINE Street, on FRIDAY EVENING,
Januarv 6. lszi. at 7(tf o clock.
Business of importance to every member.
JAMES M. BECK,
Secretary P. B.. No. l,
N. B. Flfty.flfth Quadrille Party, WEDNESDAY
jsvjsiisu, January 11, iaa. 11
IS?- THE BANK OF NORTH AMERICA.
Philadelphia, Dec. bl. 1370,
Tre Directors have this day declared a dividend of
TEN PER CENT., clear of tax, payable on and after
in 1 koda 1 . ola January.
1 0 4t JOHN H. WATT, Cashier,
OFFICE OF THE SECOND AND THIRD
SI BELTS PASSENGER RAILWAY CO.
Philadklphia, Jan. 4, 1871.
The Board of Directors have this day declared a
Dividend Of FOUR PER CENT, on the Capital
Stock, payable on and after the Dth Inst., dear of
tax.
Transfer Books closed until the 12th Inst.
E. MITCHELL CORNELL,
1 6 4t Treasurer,
BGiY" OFFICE OF THE NORTH PENNSYL
m" VAMA RAILROAD COMPANY, No. 407
WALNUT Street.
Philadelphia, Jan. 4. 1871
The Board of Directors of the North Pennsylvauia
Railroad Company have this day declared
divided or FIVE IS) PER CENT., clear of Taxes
payable In scrip bearing no interest, and convertible
into me capital biock or me company wueii pre
seuted in sums of not less than fifty dollars. Tti
scrip so it-sued will be deliverable on February 1,
and convertible at any time thereafter.
The Transfer Books will be closed on SATURDAY,
the 7th Inst, at 8 o'clock P.M., and the dividend
will be credited to the stockholders as they may
stund registered at the closing of the books.
The Transfer books will remain closed until MON
DAY the 16th Inst. WILLIAM WISTKK.
1 B 2w Treasurer.
MILLINERY.
KB. R. DILLON,
"R.
NOS. 823 AND 831 SOUTH STREET.
FANCY AND MOURNING MILLINERY,
CRAPE
Ladles' and Misses Crape, Pelt, Gimp, nalr, Satin,
Silk, Straw and Velvets, Hats and Bonnets, French
Flowers, Hat and Bonnet Frames, Capes, Laces,
Silks, Satins, Velvets, Ribbons, Ssaahes, Ornaments
end all kinds of MUllnery Uoods. 14
FINANCIAL.
Wilmington and Reading
RAILROAD
SEVEN PER CENT. BONDS,
Fmo of Taxos.
We are offering $200,000 of the Second
Mortgage Bonds of this Company
AT 82 AUD ACCRUED INTEREST.
For the convenience of investors these Bonds are
issued in denominations of
$1000s, $500r, and $lO0s.
The money Is required for the
purchase of a ldi
equipmcnt of the
tlonal Rolling Stock and the full
Road.
The road Is now finished, and doing a business
largely in excess of the anticipations of its oftlcers.
The trade offering necessitates a large additional
outlay for rolling stock, to afford full facilities for its
prompt transaction, the present rolling stock not
being sufficient to accommodate the trade.
WM. PAINTER & CO.,
BANKERS,
No. 36 South THIRD Street,
65
PHILADELPHIA.
A Z-HGAIi 132 VESTIGES HT
FOR
Tmstees, Executors and Administrators
WE
O if FEU FOR SALE
$2,000,000
OP TO 8
Pennsylvania Railroad Co.
7
GMUIML HIOJtTUAUi;
SIX PER CENT. BONDS
sit OC5
And Interest Added to the Date of
Purchase.
All Free from State Tax. and Issued
in Sums of $1000.
These bonds are coupon and registered, Interest
on the former payable January and July 1 ; on the
latter April and October 1, and by an act of the
Legislature, approved April 1, 1ST0, are made a
LEGAL INVESTMENT for Administrators, Execu
tors, Trustees, etc. For further particulars apply to
lay Cooke Sc Uo.
IS. W. Clark & Co.,
XV, II. Hen-bold, Son Sc Acrtsen,
C Sc II. liorle. 1 2 lm
jAYCOEES;(p.
PHILADELPHIA, NEW TORS, and
WA8HICiaT0U,
U A N K E R 8,
AND
Dealers in Government Securities.
Special attention given to the Farctnse and Sa e
of Bonds and stocks on Commission, at the Board of
Brokers In this and other cities.
INTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSIT3.
COLLECTIONS MADE ON ALL POINTS.
GOLD AND SILVER BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Reliable Railroad Bonis for investment.
Pamphlets and fall information given at our office,
No. 114 SOUTH THIRD STREET,
PHILADELPHIA.
C121m
F
O XI
.A. JLt lil,
Six Per Cent. Loan of the Ci y of Wil-
liamsport, Pennsylvania,
Frco o 1 all T axes,
At 85 and Accrued Interest.
Theee Bonds are mtde absolutely secure by act rf
Legislature compelling the city to levy saitlclcnt tax
to pay Interest and principal.
P. 8. PETERSON & CO.,
No. 39 S. TniKD STREET,
25 PHTTiAT)BLPHIA.
D. C. WHARTON SMITH S CO.
BANKERS AND BROKERS,
No. 121 SOUTH THIRD STREET,
Successors to Smith, Randolph Co.
Every branch of the business will have prompt at-
entlon as hcretoiore.
Quotations of Stocks, Governments, and Qold,
constantly received from New York by fritati
wikk. from our friends, Edmund D. Randolph &
Co.
530 r3o
XXAXIXIXSSOIJ GRAT&BO,
BANKER.
DEPOSIT ACCOUNTS RECEIVED AND INTER
KST ALLOWED ON DAILY BALANCES.
ORDERS PROMPTLY EXECUTED FOR THE
PURCHASE AND SALE fJU ALL RELIABLE SO-
CUR1T1K&
COI A.VA "TIONS MADE EVERYWHERE.
REAL ESTATE COLLATERAL LOANS NEGO
TIATED. (8 HI 61a
No. 630 WALNUT St., Phils da.
FINANCIAL..
NEW 7'30 GOLD LOAN
OP TnE
fEOaiHERN TAIIFIC RAILROAD 10,
SECTRED BY FIRST MO RT 3 AGE ON RAIL
ROAD AND LAN D O RANT.
CAFE! PROFITABLE! PERMANENT!
We offer for sale at par and accrued Interest the
First MoWgage Land Grant Gold Bonds of the
Northern Tactile Kaliroad Company. They are free
from United States tax, and are issued of the follow
ing denominations Coupons, tioo, $500, and 1000;
Registered, 100, whi, ioio, rm, and tio.noo.
With the same entire confidence with which we
commended Government bonds to Capitalists aud
reopie, we now, arter tne iimest investigation,
recommend these Northern Pacllic Railroad bonds
to our friends ami the gentral public.
gold 1 a 1 MUM liotn principal anc interest
are payable In American gold coin, at the oillce jut
Jay Cooke A Co., New York City the principal at
the end of 30 years, and the interest (at the rate of
seven ana inrce-ienins per cent, per annum) naii
yenrly, first of January aud Julv.
PEKFECT SAFETY. The bonds we are now
selling ore secured by a first and only mortgage on
all the properiy and rights of the Northern PaciUo
Railroad Company, which will embrace on the com-
pcnicn 01 me wnrK :
1. Over two thousand miles of road, with rolling
Stock, buildings, and all other eiiaipments.
2. Over twenty-two thousand acres of land to
every mile of finished road. This land, agricultu
ral, timbered, and mineral, amonnting in all ;o more
than fifty million acres, consists of alternate sec
tions, reaching twenty to forty miles on each side of
the track, and extending in a broad fertile belt from
Wisconsin through the richest por'ions of Minne
sota, Dakota, Montana, Idaho, Oregon, and Wash
ington to Pnget Sound.
while the Government does not directly guarantee
the bonds of the Road, It thus amply provides for
their full and prompt payment by an unreserved
grant of land, the most valuable ever conferred upon
a greai nations! improvement.
Tun. nuuivtAUK. me rrusrees uuier tne
Mortgage are Messrs. Jay Cooke, rf Philadelphia,
and J. Edgar Thomson, President of the Pennsylva
nia Central Railroad Company. They will directly
and permanently rrpresent the interests of tho First
Mortgage bondholders, and are required to see that
the proceeds of land aU are used In purrhasinn awl
eanerUrnrf the bonds of the Company, If they can be
oougnt neiore maturity at not more man 10 percent,
premium; otherwise the Trustees are to invest the
proceeds of land sales in United States Bonds or
Real Estate Mortgages for the further security of
Northern Paeitlo bondholders. Also, that, they have
at all times In their control, as security, at least r.oo
acres of average land to every IIO00 of outstanding
turn mortgage bouiis, beiaes tne railroad useu and
all Us equipments ami franchises.
profitableness. or course notning canoe
safer than the bonds of the United States, but as tho
(iovcrnraent is no longer a borrower, ami as the
Nation's present work is not that of preserving Its
exisjence, but that of nnvKi.oriNii a continent, we
remind those who desire to Increase their income
and obtain a more permanent Investment, while
still having a perfectly reliable security, that:
tnitca states o-sus at tneir average premium
yield the present purchaser less than T per cent,
gold interest. Should they be redeemed in five
years, and specie payments be resumed, they would
really pay only i per cent., or if la three years,
oniyiM per cent., as tuerpresent premium woum
meanwhile be sunk.
Northern Pacltlci sos selling at par in currency
jleld the investor 7 3-10 per cent, gold interest abso
lutely ror thirty years ; mn imtea titares tax.
11100 currency invested now in United States 5-208
will yield per jiar in goiu, say st2. fiiuo currency
invested now in Northern raeiac T3is win yieiu per
year in gold SsO ilO. Here Is a difference in annual
income ot nearly one-third, besides a difference of T
to ll per cent, in principal, wliea both classes of
bonoa are redeemed.
THE ROAD NOW BUILDING Work was begun
in Julv last on the eastern portion of the line, and
the money provided, by the sale to stockholders of
some six millions of tho Company's bond, to build
and equip the road from Lake Superior across Min
nesota to the Kea niver 01 tne norm at nines.
The eradlrie on this division is now well advanced,
the iron is belnor ranlrtlv laid, several thousand men
are at work on the line, and about the first of August
next this important section or tne road wm be in
full operation. In the meantime orders have been
sent to the J'acnic coast ior tne commencement or
the work on the western end in early Spring, and
thereafter the work will be pushed, both eastward
and westward, with as much speed as may be con
sistent wun souauy ana a wise economy.
llAJjl 1 AcliK iUK LiAiNDS. TneSO 000(13 Will
be at all times receivable, at 110, in payment for
the Company's lands, at their lowest cash price.
bonds exchangeable. The regiscerea
bonds can be exchanged at any time ror coupons,
the coupons for registered, and both these can be
exchanged for others, pavab'e. principal and inte
rest, at any of the principal financial centres of Eu
rope, In the coin or the various European countries.
HOW TO okt Til km lour nearest iiauic or
Banker will budoIt these bonds in any desired
amount, and of any needed denomination. Persons
wishing to exchange stocks or other bonds for these.
can do so with any of our agents, who will allow the
highest current price for all marketable securities.
Those liviDg in localities remote from banks may
send monev. or other bonds, directly to us by ex
press, and we will send back Northern Pacific boads
at our own risk, and without cost to the investor.
For further information, pamphlets, maps, etc., call
on or address the undersigned, or any of the Banks
or Hankers employed to sea this loan.
A OK BALK BY
JAY COOKE Sc CO..
FISCAL AGENTS NORTHERN PACIFIC R. R. CO.
Xo. 114 South Third street, Philadelphia; Corner of .Vox
sau and Wall atrettn, Aeio 1 otk; ao. t iieenih
street, Washinpton, D. C; by National Banks, and by
Brokers generally tlirougnovl tne country isaa
JAIMUAIUT 1,1871,
COUPONS,
THE COUrOVS OF THE SECOND
MOllTUAGE BOND3 OF THE
Wilmington and Reading
Railroad Company,
DUE FIR8T O? JANUARY,
Will be paid on and after that dale at the Banking
House of
WM. PAINTER & CO.,
Ko. 30 SOUTH T 31 RD ST HE ST,
PBILADELPdlA.
vnjf WM. 8. niLLES, Treasurer.
JOHNS. RUSHTON & CO.,
BANKERS AND BROKE Hi.
HOVEMBER COUPONS WA3TTSD
City Warrants
EOUGHT AND BOLD.
no. 60 South THIRD Stroot.
8 861 PHILADELPHIA.
I Xu V E It
FOR SALE.
C. T, YERKES, Jr., & CO.,
BANKERS AND BllOKEUS,
No. 20 South THIRD Street.
W PHILADELPHIA,
FINANCIAL.
THE
CHI
Fv'n?ONOKST AND RKST-KK
CI'RTtD. AM V RM. AH MOST PROFIT A Bl.t
INVESTMENT,- ii.jvy OFFERED IN TUB MAU
ttti,
7 run cenr. gozd
First Mortgage Bonds,
Coupon or Registered, and free of V, 8. Tax,
PRINCIPA LJAN D INTERE8T PAYABLE IN OOLD,
ISSUED BT TDK
IIurllnKion, i'tdar Rapitls, and
Mi ..sola It. R. Co.
The small remaining balance of the Loan for sale
At DO and Accrued Interest In
Currency.
Interest payable May and November.
J. BDQAR THOMSON, TruateM
CHARLES L. ROT, f lru8teea-
Tte bonds are Issued at 20,OCO per mile astalnst
the portion only of tho line fully completed and
equipped.
The greater part of the road is already In opera
tion, aud the present earnings' are iargeiy In excel
of the operating expenses and Interest on the bonds.
The balance of the work necessary to establish
through connections, thereby shortening the dis
tance between St. Paul and Chicago 45 miles, and 90
miles to St. Louis, is rapidly progressing, In time for
the movement of the coming grain crops, which. It
Is estimated, will double the present Income of tho
road.
The established character of this road, running as
It does through the heart of the most thickly-settled
and richest portion of the great State of Iowa, to
gether with Its present advanced condltlcn and large
earnings, warrant us la unhesitatingly recommend
ing these bonds to investors as, in every respect, an
undoubted security. A small quantity of the issue
only remains unsold, and when the enterprise is
completed, which will be this fall, an Immediate ad-
Tance over subscription price may be looked for.
The bonds have fifty years to run, are convertible
at the option of tho holder into the stock of the Com
pany at par, and the payment of the principal is pro
vided for by a sinking fund. The convertibility
privilege attached to these bonds cannot rail to cause
them, at an early day, to command a market price
considerably above par. U. S. Five-twenties at pre
sent prices return only 4tf per cent, currency inte
rest, while these bonds pay 9tf per cent, and we
regard them to be as safe and fully equal as a security
to any Railroad Bond Issued; and until they arc
placed upon tho New York Stock Exchange, the
rules of which requlre'tbe road to be completed, we
obligate ourselves to rebuy at any time any of these
bonds sold by us after this date at the same price as
realized by us on their sale.
All marketable securities taken in payment free of
commission and express charges.
HEiUKY t'LEH S Ac CO.,
Wo. S3 WAI-L Street, rf. V.
FOK SiLS BT
TOWNSBND WIIELEN & CO.,
BARKER BROS. & CO.,
KURTZ & HOWARD,
BOW EN & FOX,
BE HAVEN & BROTHER,
THOS. A. BIDDLE A CO.,
WM. PAINTER & CO.,
GLENDENNING, DAVIS t CO.,
O. D IN VILLI KRS,
EMORY, BENSON & CO.,
FntLADKLPUIA,
Of whom pamphlets and Information may be ob
talned. 12 1 2
7E CFFEll FOIl SALE, AT PAU,
1HE NEW MASONIC
TEMPLE LOAN,
Bearing 7 3-10 interest,
Fedcemable after five () and within twenty-one (21)
j ears.
Interest l'ayable 51 arc Si and Sep.
tember.
The Ponds are registered, and will be issued la
sums to suit.
DE HA YEN & BE0
No. 40 South THIRD Street.
e 11 PHILADELPHIA,
Stocks bought and Bold on commission. Gold and
Covemments bonght aud sold. Accounts received
and Interest a'lowed, subject te Sight Drafts.
ELLIOTT, COLLINS & CO,
No. 109 South THIRD Street.
MEMBERS OF STOCK AND GOLD EX
CHANGES. DEALEKS IN MERCANTILE PAPER,
GOVERNMENT SECURITIES, GOLD,
4 26S ETC. ETC.
DUNN BROTHERS,
liArvuuic,
Nos. 51 and 53 S. THIRD St.,
Dealers In Mercantile Paper, Collateral Loans,
Government Securities, and Gold.
Draw Bills or Exchange on the Union Banc of
London, and issue travellers' letters of credit through
Messrs. BOWLES BR03 & CO., available In all the
cities of Europe.
Make Collections on all poi nts.
Execute orders for Bonds anl Stocks at Board of
Brokers.
Allow Interest on Deposits, subject to check at
sight. H
B. K. JAMISON & CO.,
SUCCESSQRS TO
1. IT. KELLY CO.,
BANKERS hUD DEALERS IN
Gold, Silver, and Government B)ni,
At Vlouemt Market Kates,
N. W. Cor. THIRD and CHESNUT Sts.
Special attention given to COMMISSION ORDERS
in New York and Philadelphia Stock Boards, etc.
etc,
UNANOIAL,
jaV cooke, Mcculloch & co
flo. 41 LO&TARD Street,
LONDON, 1UOLAN0.
In connection with our houses In Nevr Tors an l
Washington, we bare opened a Branch la London,
nnder the above name, with
Hon. Hugh IVIcCulloch,
Late Becret-y of the Treasury,
J. n. PCT.ESTON, of New York, and FRANK H.
EVANS, of London, as Resident Partners, and are
now prepared to transact a
General Foreign Exchange Business
INCLUDING
PURCHASE AND SALE OF STERLING BILLS,
And the Issue of
COMM2RCIAL CREDITS AND TRAVELLERS
CIRCULAR LETTER'S,
The latter available in any part of the world.
The above extension of our business enables as to
receive
GJ old on Deposit,
And to allow 4 per cent, in currency thereon.
JAY COOKE & CO.,
BANKEUS,
PHILADELPHIA, WASHINGTON, AND
NEW YOBK. 181 m
A RELIABLE
Safe Home Investment
THIS
Sunbury and Lewistown
Railroad Company
7 PER CENT. GOLD
First Mortgage Bonds.
Interest Payable April uad Octo
bcr, free orstate and United
HtatesTaxes.
We are now offering the balance of the
loan of $1,200,000, which ia secured by a
first and only lien on the entire property and
franchises of the Company,
At 90 and tho Accrued Into
rest Added.
The Road is now rapidly approaohing com
pletion, with a large trade in COAL, IKON,
and LUMBER, in addition to the passenger
travel awaiting the opening of this greatly
needed enterprise. The local trade alone is
sufficiently large to sustain the lload. We
have no hesitation in recommending the
Bonds as a CIIEaF,RELIaBLE, and SAFE
INVESTMENT.
For pamphlets, with map, and fall infor
mation, apply to
WM. PAINTER H CO.,
Dealers in Government Securities
No. 36 South THIRD Street,
6 1 tfip PHILADELPHIA.
OAS FIXTURES.
CORNELIUS & SONS.
OF
GAS FIXTURES
Wholesale and Retail
Salesrooms,
Ho. 821 CHERRY Street
PHILADELPHIA.
Me have no More or atalewroont
ou Lhewnul fttreet.
11 15 Sm5?
CORNELIUS & boaa

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