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THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPtl PiIILA.DKLPHIA, TUKSI) i , APRIL 4, I81.
The Bolton Mttitnnt f Pine Art.
The Boston Journal says: The committee of
fifty having the charge of the subscription now
being mined are making commendable pro
pers. The assurances they receive of the in
terest of all classes in this enterprise indicates
Its popularity, though public attention has
scarcely awakened to a full consideration of the
Importance of the project. It will be an insti
tution which will become in the course of a
rery few years the principal object of interest
to strangers, ad our own citizens will appre
ciate it as affording to them a resort where
they can pass aH hour or more, as time permits,
seeking either amusement or instruction. The
land which it will occupy is worth to-day some
four hundred thousand dollars. Nearly two
hundred thousand dollars have been subscribed
by residents of Boston and other places, lion.
Stephen Salisbury, of Worcester, making the
generous subscription of five thousand dollars.
The paintings and statuary of the Athenrcum,
the Gray collection of engravings of Harvard
College, the Appleton contribution of rare
engravings, the collection of armor made by
the late Colonel T. Bigelow Lawrence, will find
place beneath its roof.
The Museum, therefore, represents an Incon
siderable sum at the present moment, for re
duced to a cash valuation the property already
exceeds seven hundred thousand dollars. The
trustees propose, however, to secure its per
petual prosperity by avoiding any incumbrance
in the shape of a debt. Tber will oroceed to
the erection of a portion of the edifice whenever
the subscription will warrant it. As it is the
wish of all interested that the Museum should
be free to the public, a portion of the money will
fee appropriated to a fund, the incomo of which
will be devoted to the payment of the running
expenses. When one hundred thousand dollars
more is pledged, we shall see the work of build
ing commenced, and this amount will bo freely
given by the people, when .they consider that
the Museum of Fine Arts will be not merely a
new attraction, but an Institution which we feel
certain will be regarded with the greatest pride
by all classes.
O ITY ITEM 8.
Young Lambs, Bit w ark! of the injurious effects
of Cathartics and Purgatives, containing mercury,
calomel, and other deleterious drags. In a short
time they enervate and destroy the system as well
as the complexion, If yon would have a fresh,
healthy, and youthful appearance, use Hblmbolo's
Flcid Extract Sarsafarilla and Hblmbolo's Ca
tawba Graib Pills. They are purely vegetable;
a pleasant purgative, and cause neither nausea or
American Art Gallery, Xew York. Annul!
spring sale of their collection or choice oil paintings,
pastel pictures, and crystal medallions, embracing
works of art of the highest excellence by favorite
artists; and it Is with pleasure we announce their
Bale at auction on Wednesday, Thursday, and
Friday, April 5, 6, and 7, at lox morning and 1
evening, at Scott's New Art Gallery, No. 1129 Cues
nut street. The catalogue embraces every variety
Those who Desire a Brillianct of Complex
ion should beware of cheap patent puis, or other
cathartics containing calomel and mercury. Use
Nature's remedy, Helmbold's Fluid Extract Sar
gaparilla and Hblmbolo's Catawba Grapb Pills.
Component parts Fluid Extract Rhubarb and Fluid
Extract Grape Juice. For Liver Complaints, Jaun
dice, Bilious Affections, Dyspepsia, Sick or Nervous
Headache, Costlveness, etc., the rills are une
qualled. Oakford, Continental Hotel, has opened an ele
gant assortment of Ladles', Children's, and Infants'
trimmed and untrimmed Hats.
Flowers, Feathers, Ornaments, etc.
Whitcomb's Asthma Remedy Sure cure.
In the Sprino and Summer Months the system
should be thoroughly purged, and nothing Is so ac
ceptable to the Stomach as Uelmbold's Catawba
Geape Fills, after which nse Uelmbold's Extract
Sarsaparilla. They invigorate the system, infus
ing new Life, Health, and Vigor, causlnir no grilling
pains, and can be taken by Children with perfect
Mr. William W. cassidt, the Jeweller at No. 8
South Second street, has one of the largest and most
attractive stocks of all kinds of Jewelry and Silver
ware in the city. He has also on hand a fine assort
ment of fine American Western Watches. Those
who purchase at this store at the present time are
certain to get the werth of their money.
There Is not such a reliable purgative known as
Helmbold's Catawba Grape Tills. They are safe,
pleasant, and efficacious, and cause neither nausea
or griping pains. Helmbold's Sarsaparilla, the
great Blood Purlfler.
Oakford, Continental Hotel, has received Spring
Styles Gents' and Boys' Hats, Caps, and Furnishing
Goods. Shirts made to order.
To Insure Health and Proper Digestion you
should use Helmbold's Catawba Grape Pills1
They are composed or Fluid Extract Rhubarb and
Fluid Extract Catawba Grape Juice. They exclce
digestion, nourish and invigorate the system, and
purge out all the humors that grow and rankle in
the blood. Helmbold's Sarsaparilla makes New,
Fresh, and Healthy Blood, and Beautifies the Com
The Genuine Milton Gold Jewelry cannot be pro
duced for fifty cents.
Burnett's Florimel An exquisite perfume.
There is ko Article in Materia-Medica which
supersedes Castor Oil, Magnesia, or Salts equal to
Hklmbold'8 Catawba Grapb Pills for purging
from the system all superfluous and worn-out mat
ter. For Biliousness, Costlveness, Sick or Nervous
Headache, eto., they are unequalled, as they cause
neither nausea or griping pains ; after which purify
and make New Blood by using Uelmbold's Sarsa
parilla. Montgomery Hargreave. December 13, at the
Rectory ol the Church or the Redemption, by the
Rev. J. l'leasanton Du Hamel, Henry Montuomkkt,
Esq., and Miss Marion Uarukbavi, both or this
Bowers. On the 1st instant, Mrs. Harriet
HOwkrb, agea oi jeers.
The relatives and friends of the family are respect
fully invited to attend the funeral, from the resi
dence of her son-in-law, H. o. BUI well, No. 1319 N.
Eighteenth street, on Wednesday morning, 6th in
stant, at 10 o'ciock, wunoui lurtner nonce.
Brooks. On the 4th instant, Carrie Monroe,
youngest daughter of Rev. E. G. Brooks, D.D., In
the Slst year or her age.
Funeral services at the Church f the Messiah,
Locust and Juniper streets, on Thursday afternoon.
at 6 o'clock. Interment at Mu Auourn, Boston,
mi.adney Suddenly, on the 1st of April, of con
vulsions, Mary E. Gladnky, only daughter of
David and Lou sa L. uiacney. ageu o years.
The famtu and friend are respectfully Invited
to attend the funeral, from her parents' residence,
No. 186 Catharine street, on weanesaay aiternoon,
atl o'clock, interment air.oenezer vauit.
Holby. On Sunday morning, April s, Mary B.,
beloved wife of Albaous Holby, and daughter of the
lata Hainuel 11. Bean.
The relatives and friends are invited to attend the
funeral, from ber husband s residence, badlin street,
above Fortf-thlrd. on Wednesday, April o. at r. u
Services at the Second Mantua Presbyterian Church,
Lancaster avtnue, above Forty -first, at 8 o'clock
Wallace On the Sd Instant, of paralysis, Georgi
Wallack, in the eotn year or niaage.
The relatives and friends or the family are respect
fully invited to attend the funeral, from his late
residence. No. Ilea Columbia avenue, on Thursday
afternoon, at 8 o'clock. To proceed to Monument
tor additional SvcialNoticu JuiUU Pag.
mXxj i,,.,,,u bn.i Khna A lurcrt aBHortmetit if our
T iTFST Nil LEa 1H 11 K IN I'l. K M K N H
own make, ol different measures, aiways on nana.
i 13 tr No. 83 S. SIXTH Street, above Chesnut
- - - r . r
ftaV- SPRINO -GARDEN DKP08IT AND
Savings bank, string garden street,
above Eleventh, corner of Ridge Avenue. Capital
loo.noo. Now open for business. A State Bank.
Chartered April, 1S70.
Deposits of Five Dollars and np wards in the
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT of this Bank bear inter
est at the rate of Five Percent, per annum, and
Bre drawn ont on two weekV notice. All deposits
In the BANE DEPARTMENT or this Bank are
drawn out on demand without Interest..
n. o. Rlckel,
W. J. P. White,
E. W. Lelghton,
8 B. Rowley,
Gen. John M. Blckcl.
n. M ariana,
Peter B. Simons,
wm. B. Thorn.,
THOMAS KENNEDY. President.
4 1 8t FltANC'13 W. KENNEDY, Cashier.
figy OFFICE OF THE FRANKLIN FIRE IN
SU RANGE COMPANY,
FHii.ADKi.rniA, April 3, 1971.
At a meeting or the Bntrd or Directors, held this
day, a QUARTERLY DIVIDEND or RIUHT DOL
LARS per share was declared, PAYABLE IN GOLD
to the stockholders on and after the IMh instant,
clear or all taxes. J. W. MCALLI9TKR,
4 4 lit - SiH-retary.
LINENS, CASSIMERES, ETC. ETO.,
A LARGE STOCK,
A FINE ASSORTMENT,
VERY MODERATE TRICES.
To enumerate the varied and extensive stock !of
such a House as ours in a readable newspaper ad
vertisement would be impossible, but ti all readers
or The Telegraph we extend a cordial Invitation
to look thrcugh and examine, and we shall feel
gratified and obliged.
Respectfully and fraternally submitted,
JOSEPH H. THORKXET,
NORTHEAST CORNER OF
EIGHTH and SPRING GARDEN SU,
18 thstnl PHILADELPHIA.
Jfgljf CHESNDT STREET.
Importer, Jobber, and Re
tailer of Dry Goods,
DEPOT FOR THE SALE OF CHOICE FABRICS
IN DRY GOODS, ,
AT POPULAR PRICES,
STOCK DAILY REPLENISHED
WUn tne CHEAPEST and CHOICEST OFFERINGS
of this and other markets,
8 81 tuthstf
No. 7ST CHESNUT Street.
Our assortment this season will fully sustain our
reputation for these desirable goods.
PERKIPJO & CO.,
No. 9 South NINTH Street,
8 89 tuthsSmrp PHILADELPHIA.
WINDOW BLINDS, ETC.
Lace Curtains, Curtain Cornicei,
FAINTED SHADES of the latest tints.
BLTNDS painted and trimmed.
8 1 ORE BHADES made and lettered.
Picture Cord, Tassels, Etc, Repairing promptlj
D. J. WILLIAMS, Jr.,
Ho. 16 NORTH SIXTH STREET,
8 7 tnths3m PHILADELPHIA
S4a55 Per Keg.
These Nails are known to te the best in the market
All If alia no waste, and cost no
more than oilier brands.
Each keg warranted to contain 100 pounds of Nail a
Also, a large assortment or fine Hinges, Locks, and
&noos. sana Bronze, suiiaoie lor nrst-ciass Duua
logs, at the great
Cueap-for-Cash Hardware Store
J. IS. 8 II AN OH,
8 14 tuths! No. 1009 MARKET Street
H. S. TARE & SON'S
Carred and Ornamental Marble
CSKEKIf Street abore Seventh,
1 80 8m PHILADELPHIA.
If I S S M. REEVES
111 OPENING OF
SPRING AND SUMMER HATS AND BONNETS,
WEDNESDAY. April 6, 1811,
No. m North EIGHTH Street,
PHILADELPHIA. 4 8 2t
GREGG'S BRICK MACHINE,
Hew, Never Used, For Sale.
CAN BE DELIVERED ATOJfCE.
8 88 lBt box 8003, Philadelphia PoBt Office.
Ty I L 8 O N ' 8
4 1 8m No. 611 South SEVENTEENTH Street.
CORNELIUS & SONS.
1 Jtrf IT FACT IIK lilt o
. GAS FIXTURES
Wholesale and He tat!
No. 821 CHERRY Street,
We hare no store or salrooi&
. on t'besnnt street.
corn suns a sons.
An Elegant Zlefeidonce,
AT CHESNUT HILL.
Desirable location, a few minutes' walk from depot
D. T. PRATT,
No. 103 South FOURTH Street
SALE OP THE ATSION ESTATE.
ABOUT 28,000 ACRES OF LAND, TO BE SOLD
AT PUBLIC AUCTION, AT TUE WWST JERS1V
HOTEL, CAMDEN, N. J., ON MAY 6, 1811, AT
1 O'CLOCK, P. M.
TO SPECULATORS IN LAND. PROJECTORS OP
TOWNS AND CAPITALISTS GKNKRALl.Y, A
RARE OPPORTUNITY FOR INVESTiVHtNT IS
A FARM or about 700 acres, with extensive im
provements, 1b Included.
SEVERAL MILLS and additional mill and manu
facturing sites are on the property.
RAILROADS traverse the entire length of the
ATSION STATION is the point of Junction of
TOWNS and SETTLEMENTS may be favorably
THE CEDAR TIMBBR Is of considerable value.
CRANBERRIES, GKAPKS, SWEET POTATOES,
HOPS, etc., can be very successfully cultivated.
good title win be made to the purchaser.
SEND IOK A PAMPHLET" contaiulng particu
lars, 8Hd apply personally, or by mail, to
GEORGE M. DALLAS, Assignee.
8 24 87t No. 222 S. FOURTH St., Philadelphia.
TO INSURANCE COMPANIES, CAPITAL
ISTS, AND OTHERS.
BUSINESS PRORERTY, No. 42T WALNUT
Four-story front, live-story double back buildings,
occupied as offices, and suitable for an insurance
company, 21 feet 9 inches front, 124 reet deep.
S. KINGSTON McCAY,
No. 429 WALNUT Street.
FOR SALE, AT QEItM ANTO WN-DE!
RABLEKUMMBRKl'SlDENi E, ou Old Tuwu-
biiip'Llite road, ueur Cholten avenue; convenient t
depot, iirar to the WlHsahickon. Stone house, frnrae
Darn, opting nouse. irun trees, rimmi Bprmg oi wuwjr,
three acres; one of the coolest situations In G-erman-town,
with One drive to the city. Will be sold rur
Dished if debited. Anply on the premises, or at
JUSTICE, BATKMAN & OO.'S,
4 1 81" No. 122 S. FRONT StreeU
PERSONS WISHING TO BUILD WILL
observe the offer for sale of TWO HANDSOME and
ELIGIBLY SITU Al ED LOTS, Nos. 1729 and 1731
CHESNUT Btrfet, by THOMAS & SONS, at the
PHILADELPHIA EXCHANGE, April 4. 8 30 6t
FOR SALE ELKUANT FOUR-8TOHY
iiSi Brown-stone Residence, with sldo yard, situ
ated No. 1917 Chennut street, built in a very Hupertor
manner, with all the modern convenience. Lot
44 feet 6 inches by 178 feet. Also handsome Broad
Street Residence. R. J. DOB silNS,
8 24 U Ledger Buildiug.
ffi FOR SALE NO. 917 (JLINTON ST., 20x120
Itifl deep, tour-story and three-story back buildings,
modern conveniences, and in good ordnr.
CLARK. A ETT1VO,
82312t No. 711 WALNUT Street.
GOOD liUSINESS STAND TO LET,
SUITABLE FOR ANY BUSINESS.
Store unci D-wollin-,
SOUTHWEST CORNER OF SIXTEENTH AND
Apply on premises.
TO RENT. TWO DOUBLB HOUSES AT
WisslnoinliiK. ou Trenton Railroad, six mMcs
felicity. Apply to T. CLAYTON, No. 717 WAL-
NUT Street. 4 SJii,
ft FURNISHED ROOMS TO RENT TO GKN-
fe2J tlemen, 8. E. corner or FIFTEENTH ud
LOCUST Streets. Terms moderate.
8 80 Of
THE UNION FIRE EXTINGUISHER.
OVER FIVE MILLIONS (15,000,000) OP DOLLARS
WORTH OF PROPERTY IN THE UNITED
STATES HAS ACTUALLY BEEN
SAVED BY TUE EXTIN
GUISHER Within the pst three years; while In Philadelphia
alone twenty-Ov Ores, endangering propertr w the
txteiitof HUNDREDS OK TriOfSANiM OF iiOL
LARS, have been extinguished during tlii p-ut yni
by the same means. Our Machine is the I W PRO VEU
CARBONIC ACIU GAS F1KE EXTINliUl.MISltt,
and Is Indorsed aud otel by M. Balrd Co., Henry
DUfeton Son, Benlamin Bullock's Noun, M rru,
Taeker A Co., I Alan Vtod A Co., Lacej &. Pinliipa,
Bromley Brothers, 8. J. Solms, Charles Kueu, Julin
son & Co., Rimby it Madeira, Fraucm Perot A Hus,
Oeorge Vv. Chllda, Peunsvl.ania Railroad Company,
l'hlladelphla and Boston Steamship Oompaay, Phiia
delputa and fcouthern Steamship Coiupaiiy, and
many other of our leading business men aud corpo
rations. CAUTION All parties In this community are
warned agalust buying or Sflllug "Kxunguikhers"
except thoee purchased from us or our aieui, uudur
penalty or Immediate pn socutlou ror lufriuijHiu ml
Our prices have been reduced, aud 'tie Machine I
now within the reach or every property holder.
N- It. One style made specially (or private resi
dences. Union Fire Extinguiiher Company
OFFICE, O i stutfrp
No. 118 MAltKKT 8THEKT.
Safe HomB Investment.
Sunbury and Lewistown Railroad
7 run Ii4x gold
First Mortgage Bonds.
luterrxt lnj nble a prll ami Octo
ber, Free ol' Slate nnd UnUed
We are now offering tne oaiauce or the loan of
fl.voo.ooo. which ih secured by a U t and only Ilea
niheentlr property and rrancliises of the Com
pany, At 9U and Hie Accrued Interest
The Road is now rapidly approaching completion,
with a large trade in C"AU I ROM, nd LUMBER,
in annitmu to Hie pasKenuer travel awaitiug the
opening of this Rreally needed enter; rise The local
trade aioue In sutTicleuUy large to utiu the Kond.
We have nohesttatlou iii recomnietidlng the R'nds
as a CUKAP, RKLlAdLE, and SAFE INVEST
MENT. For pamphfets, with map, and full information,
WEff. PAINTER & CO.,
Dealers In Government Securities,
No. 3G South THIRD Street,
Wilmington and Reading
7 PER CENT. BOItfDS,
Free of Taxes.
We are now offering a limited amount of the
SECOND MORTGAGE BONDS or this Company
At 82 and Accrued Interest.
The Bonds are Issued in
SIOOs, S50CG, and SI OOOs,
COUPONS PAYABLE JANUARY AND JULY.
We placed the FIRST MORTGAGE BOMD3 of
this Company at 85 per cent. They are now bringing
on the open roaritet 95 per cent. This tact is strong
evidence of the standing aud credit of this Com
pany. The road 1b now Cnluhed and d'dug a large and
WRS. PAINTER & CO.,
And Dealers In Government Secu.tcs,
No. 36 South THIRD Street,
PHI LA DELPHI A.
QN All A FTKU AI'ICIL. I,
FIRST MORTCACE BONDS
Danville, Hazleton, and
Wilkesbarre R. R. Co.,
DUE ON THAT DATE,
Will be paid at the tanking House of
STERLING Jk CO.,
No. 110 SOUTH THIRD STREET,
3 80 lot PHILADELPHIA.
5 ran csnt.
New United States Loan.
Agents appointed to receive subscriptions or ex
change rOR 5-20 BONDS.
Books now open and information furnished as
ELLIOTT, COLLINS & CO.,
No. 109 SOUTH THIRD STREET,
II Aft K VIC N,
Nos. 51 and 53 S. THIRD St.
Dcaier. in Mercantile Paper, (Jollat.iral Loans,
Uovtrumeut Si-cuhties, aud Gold.
Draw lliili or Escliai)t$e on trie Uuiuu Baus of
Loudou.and lHMUH travellers' letters ol credit through
Messrs. BOW LES BRG4 A CO., available In all trie
cities of Europe,
Make Collections on all points.
Kxccule ordt-rs for Bouds aud Stocks at d iard of
Allow Inteiest on Deposits, subject to check at
B. K. JAMISON & CO.
1. I. ll2JLilY A& CO.,
BANKtSKH AND DS ALitKH IN
Gold, Silver, and Government B)uds
At OlOMest ?tlurkel Matea,
N.W. Cor. THIRD and CHESNUT Bu
Special attenuon given to (M VilSnii) oKOaub
in New York and Pht'adeipti'a S'ok h-ww, eto.
JAY COOKE & CO.,
PHILADELPHIA, NEW TORE and WASHINGTON.
JAY COOKE, fslcCUUOCH & CO.,
KiVlN It KltS
Sealers lu Government Securities.
Hpedal attention given to the Purchase and Sale
of Bonds and Stocks on Commission, at the Board or
Brokers in this aud other cities.
INTEREST ALLOWED ON DBPOSITS.
COLLECTIONS MADE ON ALL POINTS.
GOLD AND SILVER BOUGHT AND SOL
In connection with oar London House we are now
prepared to transact a general
FOREIGN EXCHANGE BUSINESS,
Including Purchase and Sale or Sterling Bills, and
the issne or Commercial Credits and Travellers' Clr
cu'ar Letters, available in any part or the world, and
arc Urns enabled to receive UOLD ON L-KPOSrT,
and to allow lour per cent, interest in currency
Bavlng direct telegraphic communication with
both our New York and Washington Offices, we can
offer superior facilities to our customers.
RELIABLE RAILROAD BONDS FOR INVEST
MENT. Pamphlets and full Information given at our office,
s 9 snirp No. 114 S. THIRD Street, Phllada,
ftlEW U. 8. LOAft-
GOLD uVIVD 5-QOs
Converted into New Loam of the
United State on best terms.
DE HAVEN & BR0.
financial Agents United Statei,
No. 40 South THIRD Street.
8 SB stuth lm
SPECIAL NOTICE TO INVESTORS.
A Choice Security.
We are now able to supply a limited araona
Catawissa Railroad Company's
7 PER CENT.
C0NVSRTISIE MORTGAGE B0ETDS
FREE OF bTATB AND UNITED STATES TAX.
They are Issued for the sole purpose of building
the extension rrom MILTON TO WiLi.IAMSfORT,
a distance of BU miieti, and are mscureU bu lun on ths
entire road ef tuarly loo miles, fuliv equipped and
doing a nourishing tmoluess.
When It is cou.ldi rvd that the entire indebtedness
of the company wt l be less than 1 16,000 per mile,
leaving out their Vuhuxble Cval Ptojvrty of 13(W aeres,
It will be seen at onre what an nuusuul amouut of
security 1b attached to thBe bonds, and they there,
fore must noumeud themselves to the most prudent
Investors. Au additional advantage is, that they
can be converted, at the option of the bolder, after
16 veers, into the Preferred Slock, at par. -
They are registered Coupon Bouds (a great safo
guard), usued In hums of VK) and 1 1000. Interest
payble February and August.
Price 92)4 and accrued interest, leaving a good
margin for advance.
For further lniormatlou, apply to
D. C. WHARTON SMITH & CO.,
No. 121 SOUTH TUI11B STREET,
7 Per Cent. Gold Coupons
THE COUPONS OF THE
Hualiury and LewIotvu flail,
road Com y9
FIRST MORTGAGE BONDS, due April 1, will be
Free of all Taxes,
On and after that date, at the Banking House of
WM. PAINTER & CO.,
No. 3G SOUTH THIRD STREET.
Six Per Cent. Loan of the City of Wil
J7" 1 O O Of (V 1 1 T ft X (i M,
At 80 and Accrued Interest.
These Bonds are made abso;ute!y secure by act of
Legislature compelling the city to levy safflctent tax
to pay UitcreHtand principal.
P. 8. PETERSON & CO.,
No. 39 8. THIRD STREET,
iiiX.alT AMOUNTS HitOKIVKD ANiJ INTER
idT ALLOW KD iN DAILY BALaNCH
OKDfcRH PiOJBPTLY EXKOUTKD POM TUB
H' k('H AbE ANU 84LK Of ALL RELIABLE
tXLI.EtTKK8 MD8 EVKRYWHEHB.
hfAL KSTATR l.'4LLATKRAL LOANd NSOXJ
ffo. 630 WALNUT 0U, PtUaiU,
THE LATEST NEWS.
New Dominion Advioes.
Proceedings of the PailiamenY.
Etc., Etc.. IUc, Ktc, Ktc.
FROM THE DOMINION.
IjProceeilinfcs of the Parllnmeut.
Ottawa, April 4. In the Commons Mr. Cart-
wiigbt, a prominent member of the Opposition,
moved as address to the Queen respecting the
withdrawal ol troops and munitions of war from
this country. He considered the policy of the
Imperial Government a wise one in general.but,
with exceptional circumstances In regard to
Canada, he regarded as warranting a different
He thought Mr. Scott's murder should hare
been treated in the same manner by the Impe
rial authorities as the cases of the AbyBinlan
captures; bat in this matter, as in that of
claims, and lu correspondence generally, he .
asserted that the Imperial authorities were cool
and indifferent concerning the interests of
Canada. After referring to the subject of inde
pendence, which he desired to keep In the back
ground, be concluded by moving an address to
the effect that, while fully recognizing the duty
of Canada to maintain military defenses, and
expressing jno opinion in opposition to
The Imperial Policy,
in View of the peculiar and analogous position
of the Dominion, conterminous for thousands of
miles with powerful States, mans of whose in
habitants are notoriously actuated by sentiments
of bitter hostility to the British empire, we
cannot but feel that the withdrawal of troops
is calculated to excite much uneasiness
in the minds of many of her Majesty's subjects
on this continent.
Sir George E. Cartier said, as his Address ex
pressed generally the wishes of the Government
they would not oppose It, but he reminded the
mover that there were garrisons at Quebec and
The House went into Committee on the Ad
dress, reported, and asked leave to sit again.
THE COUPONS OF" THE
FIHOT MORTGAGE BONDS
Wilmington and Reading R.R.,
Due April 1,
Will be paid on and after that date at the Banking
WSVi. PAINTER & CO.
8 SO lot WILLIAM S. HILLE3, Treasurer.
JNGLISII AND SCOTCH ALES AND
Just received, a fresh invoice or Uulnness' Extra
Dublin Stout, Tennant's English Ale and Brown
Stout, Rooert Younger's Sparkling Edinburgh Ale,
Bass A Co.'s East India, Pale Ale, AUsopp's Pale Ale,
in stone and glass, all In line order, our own Importa
tion. A full line of choice and desirable FAMILY GRO
CERIES. WILLIAM 'KSLLHY,
N. W. Corner TWELFTH Street and
11 10 thatut t HILADBLPHIA.
Old Government Java Coffee.
Roasted freBh every day, at only 85 cents per lb., or
8 lbs. for one dollar. Lovers or good Coffee,
give this a trial and satlaf j yourselves.
For sale only at
COUSTY'S East End Grocery,
No. 118 SoutU KEUOnD St.,
. Below Chesnut, West Side.
N. B. Choice Groceries of all kinds constantly ar
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THE OLDEST FISHING TACKLE BTORK IN THE
(40 years established.)
No. 143 NORTH THIRD STREET.
Just received direct rrom England, a full and va
ried assortment or FISHING TACKLE, as rollows:
sooo'dozen Best English Trout Flies, te suit the
A full supply of Fine English Trout Rods and
91x19 Best Savannah Fishing Rots, S3 to 30 ft long.'
A lo, a lull supply of K. Hemming A Sun's nuperiur
quality of Flfch Hooks, Limerick h. KliOy, s eto. eto.
Gut Snoods, Silk, Milk and Hair, urass Lines of
every description. Also, Bamuoo Rods, IT to Id feet.
Seines maoe to order.
Sole Importer (for 40 years) of the GENUINE
HAAKLKM OIL. 3 7tulhslm
ARLOW8 INDIGO BLUE IS THE CHEAPEST
and best article in tne market for
It does not contain any acid.
It will uot injure the finest fabric.
It Is put up at
V 1 1 THFIMJ KU'-H Dlll'W NTORR,
No. 3ii N. SKCOND Ktreet, phiiadelpuia,
r.d for sale by most or the Grocer and Drugim.
The genuine has both BARLOWS and WILT
BKIU; KR'ts name c u the label ; all others are COUN
TERFEIT. IIAItl OWM BMTK
will color moru water thau lour times the Sana
weight of indigo. 3 'w tulh'taia
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C I O V D
This new elegant and comiuodlnna first-class Hotel,
OU ARCH btreet, above SaVKN I'll,
Terms, 13 per dar.
O. W. ML'LLIN A BRO., Proprietors.