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THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1871.
INSURANCE. DKLAWARW MUTUAL SAFETY INSURANCB COMPANY. Incorporated by the Legislators. Of Pennsylvania, 1835. Office 8. H. corner of THIKD and WALNUT Streets. Philadelphia. MARINE INSURANCES OB Vessels, Cargo, and Freight to all parts of tte world. . INLAND INSURANCES n Goods by river, canal, lake, and land carriage to all pans of the Union. FIRE INSURANCES B Merchandise generally ; on Stores, Dwellings. Houses, eto. ASSETS OF THE COMPANY, November 1, 1870. ,000 United States six Per Cent Loan (lawful money) J333.87B 00 1)0,000 Btnte of Pennsylvania Six Tor OeuU Loan 814,000OC 1)0,000 City of Philadelphia Six Per Cent. Loan (exempt from Tax) 804,163-80 164,000 State of New Jersey Six Ter Cent. Loan 169,920-00 80,000 Tenofvlvanla Railroad First Mortgage Six FerCt. Bonds. 80,700-OC 80,000 Pennsylvania Railroad Second Mortgage Six Per Ct. Bonds. 83,850-00 83,000 Western Pennsylvania Kail road Mortgage six Per Cent. Bonds (Pennsylvania Kali road guarantee) 80,00000 80,000 State of Tennessee Five Per CU Loan 18,00000 T,000 State of Tennessee Six Per Ct. Loan 4,20000 11,500 Pennsylvania Railroad Com pany ('260 Shares Stock) 15,00000 6,000 North Pennsylvania Railroad Company (100 Shares Stock) . . 4,80001 10,000 Philadelphia and Southern Mall St-earnshlp Company (SOsh's Stock) 4,00001 1,650 Loans on Bond and Mortgage, first liens on City Properties.. 861,650-00 11,860,150 Par. C'St, 11,264,447-34. MxtVl $1,293557 -00 Real Estate 56,000-50 Bills Receivable for Insur ances made 830,97127 Balances dne at Agencies Premiums on Marine Policies ' Accrued Interest and .)Uier debts dne toe Company 93,875 40 Stock and Scrip, eto., ot sun dry corporations, f i860, esti mated value 8,91900 Casa 142,911-78 tl,820,78797 DIRECTORS. Thomas C. Hand, Samuel H. Stokes. jonn u. uavia, Edmund A. Soader, Joseph H. Seal, James Traqualr, Henry Sloan, Henry C. Dailett, Jr.," James C. Hand, William C. Ludwlg, Hugh Craig, John D. Taylor, George W. Bernadoo, Wm. C. Houston, William G. Boulton, Edward Darlington, H. Jones Brooke, Edward Lafoarcade, Jacob Rle gel, Jacob P. Jones, James B. McFarland, Joshua P. Eyre, Spencer Mcllvalne, Thomas P. Stotesbdry, John B. Semple, Plttsb'rg, a. b. Merger, rittsourg, II. Frank Robinson, D. T. Monran. Plttsbursr. ijiuniAS v. uajnu, rresiaent. JOHN C. DAVIS, Vice-President. Bxkbt Lylbckn, Secretary. Hbnkt Ball, Assistant Secretary. LIFE INSURANCE CO. K3gw roan. LEMUEL BANCS, President. GEORGE ELLIOTT, Vice-Pres'tandBec'y. EMOllY McCLINTOOK, Actuary. JAMES M. LONCACRE, UANAGEF. FOR PENNSYLVANIA AND DELAWARE, Office, 302 WXHUT St., Philadelphia. H. C. WOOD, Jr., Medical Kxamtner. v REV. 8. POWERS, Special Agent Union Mutual Insurance Company OF PHILADELPHIA. INCORPORATED ISOi. Fixe, Mai ice, and Inland Iniurance. Office, N. E. Cor. THIRD and WALNUT L0S5E3 PAID SINO FORMATION, S7.000.009. ASSETS OF THE COMPANY, JANUARY 1, 1871, 8255,39789. RICHARD S. SUITE, President. JOHN MOSS, Secretary. ' People's Fire Insurance Company, Plo. S 14 WALNUT Street. CHARTERED )859. Fire Insurance at LOWEST RATES consistent with security. Losses promptly adjusted and paid. NO UNPAID LOSSES. Asset December SI, 1370 1129,85178 C1IAS. E. BONN, President. OEO. BUSCH, Jr., Secretary. IRE ASSOCIATION, INCORPORATED MARCH 17, 1920, " OFFICE, No. 81 NORTH FIFTH STREET, INSURE BUILDINGS, HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, AND MERCHANDISE GENERALLY From Loss by lire (In the City of Philadelphia only). ASSETS, JAM AUV 1, 1870, $1,705,31907. J, TRISTKES. William II. Hamilton, kbn Carrow, Charles P. Bower, Jesse Llghtfoot, Robert Shoemaker, Peter Armbruster, M. II. Dickinson, Peter Williamson. George I. Young, B rri j i,yudaii, lievl P. Coats, amuel Sparhaws, WM. IL HAMILTON, President. SAMUEL Sl'ARHAWK, Vioe-President. WILLIAM F. BUTLER, Secretary. INSURANCE COMPANY, No. 809 CHESNCT Street Il-CORI-OIlATIiB 1S56. CHARTER I'KHPETTJAL. CAPITAL t'200,000. FIRE INSURANCE EXCLUSIVELY. asurance against Loss or Damage hy lire either by J'trpeiuai or j ciu-mim jr i unuifu. UIBXCTOKH. narles Richardson, William 11. Rliawn, (WUUam M. beylert, f.Juhn F. Smith, Robert Pearce. John K H -tier, Jr., En ward H. orue. Charles Stokes, John W. Everman, iNainan jiiic, Ileorse A . W st. 'Mordei-al B Aioniecai nuziiy. I j CHARLES RICHARDSON. President. ' WILLIAM II. RUAWN, Vice-President. t Wiujamk 1. Bl.AKCUAKD. Secretary. HE ENTEPPR1SR INSURANCE COMPANY t . VA Iillll Ijlil 1 TfICES. W.CORNKR FOURTH AND WALNUT SIT U IT "h'Tsl rwpirri'AT. Axn tkkm' pi'h ipiks isritn. AtH CAPI I'AL (paid uo in full) IJoo.ooo oO Abil AbbUI , uei ernner i. imu oou,3Sb-w UUUUTOltS. V. Ratchford 6tarr. I J. LtvlnirHton Errlnser. INaiuru xruiei, i uanicn iiuj-iiuru, John H. A'wrtnd, w tiilam (i. Houltun, Jftnrfffi 11 htuHrt. I Ttioiua'-ll.Monf iomerr. Joim H. Brown, I Jam. s M. Aertaen. F. KATlll'OllU hi A Hn, l'r-ldent. thiiMAH If. M i NTfiOM H K V. Vice-Presldant. ALKXANDEK W. WlhXEK. Secretary. JACOB E. PttTEUHQN, AaalHtant-durretdry. TBlFEIlIAti FIRS IM8UHANCK CO., K4TABLJHURU 1NO&. Tii& af OapiUl asd Aootunolalad WuaOa, V I S8.000.000 IN GOLD. PliEVOST A nEEIUKO, Agento, Ho. 1 B. THUtD B tract, PhUadslpbla, INSURANCE. Fire, Inland, and Marine Insuraaci. INSURANCE COMPANY or NORTH AMERICA, Incorporated 1704. CAPITAL 5500.00C ASSETS January 1 1371 S3.050.536 Receipts of Premiums, 'jo 2,09,1B4 Interests from Investments, 1870.. 137,050 -11,233.904 Losses paid in 1S70.... .11,130,841 STATEMENT OF THE ASS3TS. First Mortgages on Philadelphia City Pro perty tmBM United States Government Loans im.o.i? Pennsylvania' State Loans 169,810 Philadelphia City Lons Boo.uoo New Jersey and other State Loans and City Bonds 85,810 Philadelphia and Reading Railroad Co.. other Railroad Mortgage Bonus and Loans 80A345 Phllaiielphla Bank and other Stocks ea,4 Cash in Bank 891,040 Loans on Collateral Security 81,434 Notes receivable and Marine Premiums unsettled 439.420 Accrned Interest and Premium lu coarse or transmission 63,801 Real estate, OlUce of the Company so.ooo 13,000,036 Certificates of Insurance issued, payable In London at the Conntlng House of Messrs. Bit J WN. SHIP LEY A CO. ARTHUR O. COFFIIV, PBESIDENT. C1IAII 1.128 PL-ATT, VICE-PRESIDENT. MATTIIIAg MARIS, Beeretary. V. H. REEVE-), Assistant Secretary. DIRECTOR. ARTHUR G. COFFIN. FRANCIS R. COPE, SAMUEL W. JONES, JOHN A. BROWN, EDW. U. TROTTER, EDW. 8. CLARKE, T. CHAKLTON HENRY, CHARLES TAYLOR, AMBROSE WniTE, WILUAM WELSH, JOHN MASON. LOUIS C. MADEIRA, I -IT AH W nlTQIIUlM GEORGE L. HARRISON, CLEMENT A. GR1SCOY WILLIAM BHOCKIB.. 1829 CHARTER FERPflTUAL. Mlin Fire Insnranca Cempans OF PHILADELPHIA. Office, Hoi. 435 and 437 CHESNUT St. Assets Jan. I , ,71$3,087l452'35 CAPITAL 1400,00000 ACCRUED SURPLUS AND PREMIUMS . 8,0:17,408 86 INCOME FOR 1871, LOSSE8 PAID IN 1870, 11,800,000. 1878,83170. LoMHea Paid Since 1829 I earl y The Assets of the "FRANKLIN" are all Invested In solid securities (over 12, 760,000 In First Bon Is and Mortgages), which are all interest bearing and dividend paying. The Company holds no Bills Re ceivable taken lor insurances enectea. Pernetual and Temporary Policies on Liberal Terms. The Company also lssnes policies upon the Rents of all Kinds of Buildings, uround Reuia and Mortgages. DIRECTORS. Alfred G. Baker, Samuel Grant, Alfred Fltler, Thomas sparks, William H. Grant, Thomas S. Ellis, Gffstavus S. Benson. George W. Richards, Isaac Lea, George Falcs, ALFRED G. BAKER, President. GEORGE FALES, Vice-President. JAMES W. MCALLISTER, Secretary. TmtvUJUKa KJtujttt. Aaaistant secretary. rpHB PENNSYLVANIA FIRE INSURANCE Incorporated 1826 Charter PernetnaL No. BIO WALNUT Street, opposite lndependenot square. Thla nnmndtiT. favnmhl known tn t.fiA nnmmn. nity for over forty years, continues to Insure against loss or damage Dy tire on Public or Private liulld. lngs, either permanently or for a limited time. Also on Furniture, stocks of Goods, and Merchandise generally, on liberal terms. Their Capital, together with a large Surplus Fund, is lnvestea in me most careiui manner, wnicn ena bles them to oner to the ins urea an undoubted secu rity In the case of loss. Daniel Smith, Jr. I Thomas Smith, Isaac HaaleUurst, I Henry Lewis, Thomas Robins, I J. Gilllngham Fell, John Devereux, I Daniel Haddock, Franklin A. Comly. DANIEL SMITH, Jb., President. WM. G. Cbowkll, SecroUrr. A NTUR ACITE INSURANCE COMPANY. INCORPORATED 1854. CHARTER PERPETUAL. OfTlce. No, 811 WALNUT Street, between Third and Fourth streets, Philadelphia. This company will insure against .loss or mm ace by Fire, on Buildings, Furniture, and Merchandise generally. Also, Marine Insurance on Vessels, Cargoes, and Freights. Inland Insurance to all parts of the Union. William Esher, Lewis Audenreld. wm. m. uaira. John R. Blaklston, W. F. Dean. John Ketcham, J. E. Baum, John B. Heyl, Samtifd H. RothermeL Peter Sieger, WILLIAM ESUER. PresldeuU WM. F. DEAN, Vloe-Presldeuu M. Smith, Secretary. W. ENQINES, MACHINERY, ETO. fflrVt. PENN 8TEAM ENOINB AND BOILER y.Tfl r?.o.'wk-H nhawik LEVY. PHAOTI. a I -TV H ' I I L'flU k!' I i 111 U"NJfllJirU-WU u CUINI8T8, BOILER-MAKERS, BLACKSMITHS, m. vvrrvf ni'DU hunliia ti9 inun saarii V.uar Im ucceasfdl opcratioa. and been exclusively engaged In building ana repairing aianne ana itiver unginos, hlffhandlow pressure. Iron Boilers. Water Tanka Propellers, etc. etc, resnecuuuy onor meir serviees to the public as being fully prepared to contract for engines of all sixess, Marine, River, and Stationary; caving seta oi paiierua oi aiueieui. fuzes, are pro pared to execute orders with quick despatch. Every description of pattern-making made at tue shortest notice. High and Low Pressure Fine Tubular and Cylinder Boilers of the best Pennsylvania Charcoal iron, rorgings oi an sixe ana kinas. iron and lira... f-f.j.Mlila flf All r1MrriiiLln.B Mntt rPiimlm. crew Cutting, and all other work connected with the above bnaineaa. Drawl tips and apecuicat'ona for an work done the establishment free of charge, and work gaa i hu subscribers have ample wharf dock-room fr repali-i of boau, wliere ihey ca lie In perfw.t aiety, ana ara i'iuii'' uiocAa, fails J A( lb O. N KAFIR. JOHN P. LKVV. BEA( H and PALidh.lt StrAata. pIRARD TUBE WORKS AND IRON CO., rilll.Al'UUlA, I A., MannfartnM Plain and Galvanixc4 uu-1.1 ii i. n r. i wi iM 1'ifit .a- tcw a WN nv Itfl a W a and Sundries for Gas and biwun Fitter. Plumberi j ...,.i..tuta Uulhriv M Mk.r. .II lrlfiMr. ut "' ' &OhKS? ' TWENTY-THIRD AM FILBERT STREETS. OFFICE AND WARhliol'hE. No. 4i N. FIFTH bThgfJ'. A LBXAND1R . CATTILL A CO., l. PRODUCE COMausnii-N M KHUiiAWT. HQ. 84 MOUTU W UARV JU 4KB WQ. ft "NORTH W ATrR STREET, PlilLADltLPlilA. AjLXUJrDfS ft Carrssi KiM Cmt RAILROAD LINES. "Philadelphia and readisg r ailroad. April 8. 1R71. JDpot THIRTEEN T H and CALLOWHILL 8troftt. i: ii in lurinur uuuuu trams wm leave ana amivo as follows: TRAINS t.KATK. Reading and Allentown Wa 7-80 a. m. llamsiiiirgand Potisviile Expris..'. 830 a. m. Philadelphia and Pottsvllle W. Tr n. 12 80 p. m. Harrisbiirg and Pottsvllle Express 8 M0 p. ra. pottstown Accommodation 4-an p. m. Reading and Pottsvllle Accommodation.. 6-15 p. m, ON SUNDAYS. ToReadlrg 800 a m. To Pottsvllle 8.15 p. m. TRAINS AIIRIYB. Pottsto'.m Accommodation.... 8-45 a. m. Reading and Potuiville Accommodation.. 10-20 a. m. HarrtHbiirg and Pottsvllle E-tpn-R. loi)p. m. Philadelphia and pottsvllle W. Tr n 4 -30 p. m. HurrlNhtirg and Pottsvllle Express e-15 p. m. Harrlstiurtr, Pottsvllle, and Allentown Ao commouation 9-10 p. ra. ON SUNDAYS. From Pottsvllle 12-35 a. ra. From Reading 7-15 p.m. J he Mitinay trains connect with similar trains ou the Pcrklonien and Culebrookdale Raliroails. for iKiwnlngtnwn and potma on Chester Vallev Railroad take 7 80 a. in., 18 30 and 4-R0 p. m. For Schwi'iiksvllle and points on Perklomen Rail road take 7-80 a. in., 18-30 and 4 80 p. m. For Mt. Pleasant and points on Colcbrookdalc Railroad take 7-30 a. m. anil 4-30 p. m. New York Eiprens for Pittsburg and West. Trains leave New York at 0 a. 111. and 5 n. m.. passing Heading at 1 65 and 10-05 p.m. connecting at Hitrrtiiburg with Pennsylvania and Northern Central trains for Chicago, Cincinnati, Pittsburg, Baltimore, Wllllamsport. utc. nieeptug-carH accomDnnv these trains throueh be tween Jersey Cltj and Pittsburg without clmnd. irains lor iNew lore leave Harrlsl-unr at 310 and 10 a. m., and 8 p. ra. Aoaiiionai train leaves New York for liarrisburg at 18 noon. For particulars see Onlde Books, which can ho ob- ta'ned at No. nil chesuut street, and at all stations, wliiiout chargu. Season, School, Mileage, and Commutation Tickets at reduced rates, 10 be had of S.Bradford, Trea surer, No. 227 South Fourth street, Philadelphia, or J. E. Woolen, AsslHtant Superintendent. Reading. Stkket Cars. The Thirteenth and Fifteenth, and Race and Vine street, connecttns with other lines. run close to the depot. itOBttatze collected and delivered bv Duncans BaggHge Express. Orders left at Depot or at No. No. ms. Fourth street. GERMANTOWN AND NORRI8TOWN BRANCH. Depot, Ninth and Green. ON AMI AKIEK AI'KIL 8. TO GERMaNTOWN . 7. 7 15. 7 35. 8 30. 9 05. 10. 11 a. m. ; 12, noon , 1, 8, 8 30, 816, 8 45, 4 05, 4 80, 5 05. 610, 8 45,0, 30, 7, 8, 815,9, 10 15, 11, 1140, 12 30, Uigur. bUNiMY 745, 905 a.m.: 12. noon: 215.405. 6 40, 0 45, 7, and lifi; p.m. IfitUftV WiiKMAIN TUVVJN , 6.i. 6 50. 7'25. 8'05. 810, 8 45, 9, 9-85, 10, 1105, ll f.6 a. m. ; 1, 155, 8, 8 30, 8f.5, 4 45, 6,6 30, 0,610, 6 40, 7 10, 8, 9-05, 10, 10 80, 11 25 p. in. SUNDAY 810. 905 a. m. : 105. 2 35. 8. 5 55. 6. 9 50. and 10 20 p. m. The o 05 and 95 a. ra. down trains, and Z'30. 8-45. 6-05, and 545 up trains, will not stop on the German- iowb uruDcn. Passengers taking the 7 25 a. ra. and 6 40 p. m. trains from Germaiitown will make close connec tions with the trulus for New York at Intersection Station. TO UUESNUT HILL 6, 7, 7 85, 9 05. 10. 13 a. m.. 2 30, 8 45, 605, 6 45. 7. 8, 0, 11, 11 40 p. m. SUiDAY 7 45, 0-05 a. m., 12 45 noon. 818. 6 40. 6 45, 7 p. m. If HUM UMKAm'T 111' 1 6-10, 7-10, 760, 8 30, 910, 1050, 1140 a. Ul., 140, tt 40, 545, 625, 6 65, 8 60, 10-15, lllop.m. Sunday 7 50, s-45 a. m., 1345, noon, 815, 6-40, 9-30, 10 p. ni. TO I-ONHUUIHMJIYIS: AU ISUKKISTOWW 6 05, 7-30, 9, and U-os a.m., 12 05, ra., 1-30, 3,1,-4-40, 5, 8-30, 6 15, 8 05, 1020, and 11 45 p. in. Munoav 7-bii, v a. m., i-su. a, i in, ana -su p. m. FROM NOHR1STOWN-6-30, A 30, 7, 740, 8,9,11 a. HI., 1, 8-eO, 8-30, 4 30, 0 05, 0 15, 8, 10 p. m. Sunday 7, 9 a. in., 115, 6. 7, 9 30 p. m. TO MANAYUNK 606, 730,9.10 05, 1105 a. m. 12 05 noon, 18M.5, 130, 8, 4, 4 40, 6, 6-30, 615, 7-05, 809, 906, 1020, 11-45 p. m. Munoay iiw, , v, iu a. m., i'-o noon, l-isu, x-iu, a, 4-45, 7-lft, 9-30 p. ni. JiUM WAIN A.X u run n, o-rM, ( -a. B-un, n-n, 1045. 1 130 a. m., 188, 216, 8, 8 68, 6, 6-35, 0-45, 745, b-80, 945, lb-80 p m. Minnay i-ao, y, irw, iuiiu a in., i nu, -iu, o-.su, 6, 7 80, 10 p. m. PLYMOUiH BRANCH. Leave Philadelphia at 7-So, 11-05 a. m. and 5 p. ra. Leave Oreland at 6-15, 10 a. in . ami B-3op. in. Sunday Leave Philadelphia at 9 a. m. and 715 p. m. BUntioy IX'avo iireiuuu av o r.u a in. nun ion p. in. The. 7 40 a m. ttaln from Norrlstown does not stop at Magee's, Pott's Landing, Domino or bonus' Lane. The 8 a. m. train from Norrlstown stops at con- bbohocken and Munayunk only. The 4 a. m. train ni irom ruuaueipnia is me oniy train that stops at Domino Lane. Chester valley Kaiiroaa Lave rnuaaeipnia at 4-40 p. in. Leave Downlngtown at 640 a in. jDo?nixviiie Train weaves i-nuaneipuia at, i-oup. m. Leaves Phwnixviiie at 4 o f. ni. Passengers tsklug the 7-U0 and 7-35 and 6-30 p. m. trains from Nintn and Green strevts will make eiose connection with trains for New Yorx at Iu-.er-section. The 8-80 a ra, 12 30 and 6 p. m. trains from New Yoik stop at Intereectioii. W. A. PilUULiUI, General Superintendent. MORTH PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD I THE SHORT MIDDLE ROUTE TO THE LEHIGH AND WYOMING VALLEYS, NORTH. cna nkwrtsx Liv AN1A. Buinncun and in TERIOR NEW YORK, BUFFALO, OORWY, RtXJHESTER, TUB GREAT LAKES, AND TILE DOMINION OF CANADA. WlNTfclt ARRANGEMENT. Takes etlect December 19, 1370. Fifteen Dally Trains leave Paa8oner Depot. corner of Berks and Amerlaan (treats (Sundays xoepted), as follows 700 A. M. (Aooommodatlon) for Fort Washing, ton. . AtT-81 A.M. (Express), for Bethlehem. Eaaton. Al lentown, filauch Chunk, Wllkesbarre, Wllliains port, jnananay khij, uasieton, nitaton, to wand a. Waverley.Elinlra, and In oonneotlon with Uie ERIE RAILWAY for BuUalo. Nlatrara Falls. Roohetr. Cleveland, Cbloago, San FrancUoo, and all points ID tea wreav vy koi.. 8-36 A. M. (Accommodation ior uoviestown. 9 4 A. M. (ExprebB) for Bethlehem. Ewion. AL lentown, Manen Chunk, Williamsport, Mahanoy City, Wilkes barre, Plttston, Soranton, Haoketts town. Hcnooiey s inounuun, ana js. J, uentraland Morns ana jassex uauroaas. u A. M. (Aooommodatlon) for Fort Washington 1-16 and 6 M and 8 It P. M.. for Ablmrton. l.il U IWI 1'vr.faudl fna UAtV.Ukm Dmua- a lentown, Maaoh Chunk, MahanoyClty, WUkes barre, Plttston, and Haileton. sso f. m. (Acoommouauon) loruoyiestown. At 8 80 P. M. (Bethlehem Aooommodatlual for eoiuieueui, imbwu, aimuiuwu, tuiu uopiay. is f. m. imaiii ior j-oyieeiown. soo p. m. fer Betbiehem, Eaaton. Allentown. J . . IX 1. e ao P. m. (Aooommodatlon) for Lansdala. 11 30 P. nl. (AooommodaUon) for Fort Washing. tun. streets, and Union Lines City Cars ran to the Depot. TRAINS ARRIVE IN PHILADELPHIA FROM Bethlehem at I U, and 1U B4 A. M.t 816. t ot. and r. ju. Doy lee town at s i a. ra.., -40 and 886 P. M. Lansdale at T'80 A. M. Fort Washington at 9-80 and'll-so A. M., 810 P.M. ALlBKton at I M, o o, ana r. Ju. ON SUNDAYS. Philadelphia for Bethlehem at 80 A. M. Philadelphia for Doy lentown at 800 P. ax, Doylestown for Philadelphia at T a. li. Bethlehem for Philadelphia at 400 P. M. Tleketiiold and batrtraK eheoked through to prlnolpal points at Mann's North Pennsylvania Baggage express uaoe, no. iua.i mn street. Leo. i, lsiu. r.uiu.a uuAitit., Agent. "IT 7 EST CHESTER AND PHILADELPHIA RAIL. IT llOAU UIMl-AJNI. fKI .KJITi iVTh'M MnnilllY. lbrkhA.1T IOTA Trains will leave and arrive at the Depot. THIRTY. FIRST and chesnut streeis, as ioiiows: FKUM x'UlLJLllli.l.ruiA For West Cheater at 7-45 and 1180 A. JUL. b-80. a-16. and 1180 P. M. stons at all stations. For Westchester at 4 40 P.M. This train stops only at stations between Media and West Cueau-r luieeuwood exceoteai. For B, C. Junction at 4-10 P. M. Stops at all sLa- uona. FOR PillLA DKLf UIA From West Cheater at 6-30 and 10-48 A. M.. 169. 4t, and 6 C5 P. M. Stops at all stations. From Went Chester at 7 A. M. This train stops only at stations between Went Chester and Mudia (Orueuwood excepted). rtm a. c. Junction at 8 40 A. M. Stops at all talluiiS. . ON SUNDAY Leave Philadelphia at 830 A. M. and 8 P. M. Leave West Chester at 7 06 A. M. and 4 P.M. w. u wur-.ai.r.u, cupenatendent, RAILROAD LINES. 1870. FOR NEW Yf IT? K TH K flAIVIIir? and AmbOT and Ilitla1olr,h(. n.od Tmn. ton Railroad Comraales' Unas from Philadalnkl& to New York and Way Places. . . Wt-WT STaT WHARF. At T A. M., Mall and Aeoommodatlon, via Cam. den and Am boy, aB at 8-80 P. M., Aooommoda. Uon. via Camden and Jersey City. At 8 and 9 P. M., tor Amber and intermediate sta tions. At 7 A. M. and 8 80 P. M. for Freehold and Far. mlngdale. At 7 and 10 A. SI., is M., t, 1-80, and I P. M. for Trenton. . At 7 and 10 A. M., 18 M., 8, 880, I. 6, T, and 11-86 P. M. for Bordentown, Florence, Barllnaton' Edgewater. Beverly, Dolanoo, Riverside, River, ton. and Palmyra, At 7 and 10 a. UL, 18 M I, 6, 7, and 1180 P.M. for Fish House. The 1180 P. M. line leaves from Market Street Ferry (upper eldeL BOM WJI8T FRILADRLPRIA DRPOT, At T-80 and 9-46 A. M., l ao, 8-10, i-8o, 6-46 and 11 P. Rl., New York Express Lines, and at 1180 P. JUL, Line, rla Jersey City. At 7-80 and 9-46 A. M., l ac, 8-10, 6 30, -4, and 18 P. V. for Trenton. At 948 A. M. 120, 6-4S and 18 P. M. for Bristol. At 18 P. M. (ni ht' lor Morrlsvllle, Tnilytown, Sohenck's, Eddlngton, Cornwells, Torresdale, Hotmosburg Janctlon, Tacony, WUalnemlng, BrideBhurir, aad Frankford. Sunday Lines leave at 948 A. M.. 48 P. M., aad 18 night. SBOM KBnSIHOTOa DEPOT. At T-80 A. M., 3-80, 8-30, and P. M. for Trenton and Bristol, and at 9-80 A. K. and P. 11. for Bristol. At 780 A.M., 8-80, and t P. W- for Morrlsvllle and Tullytown. At 7 80 and 930 A.M., 8-80, 6, an.j e t. ai. for Schenck's. Eddlngton, Cornwells, Torresdale, and HolDiesburg Junction. At T A. M., 12-80, (-16, and T-80 P.M. for Bustle ton, Holmesburg, and Holmenburg Junction. At T and 9-30 A. M- 12 30, 8 80, 6 16, e, and T-80 P. M. for Taoony, Wlsslnomlng, Bridesborg, and Frankford. VIA BKI.VIDBHX DKLAWARK RAILROAIX At T-80 A.M. for Niagara Falls, BuUalo, Dun kirk, Eimlra, Roehester, Syracuse, Great Bend, WUkesbarre, Schooler's Mountain, ete. At 7 60 A. M. and 8-30 P. M. for Soranton, StrouGBburrc., Water Gap, Belvldere, Eaaton, Lam bertville, Flemlngton, eto. At 8 P. M. for Lambertvilla and Intermediate stations. FROM XAKKVT STRBMT PBBRT (UPPBB BIDS), VIA BSW JBS6IY BOUTBIBM BAILBOAO At 11 A. M. for New Yorx, Long Branch, and Intermediate places. VIA CAMDMN AMD BURLINGTON COUNTY RAILROAD. At 646 and 11 A. M., 1, 2-80, 8-30, 6, and 6-80P. M., and on Thursday and Saturday nights at 1180 P. M. for Merohantsvllle, Mooreetown, Hartford, Masonvllle, Halnesport, and Mount Holly. At 646 A. M., 8-80 and 6 80 P. M. for Lamberton ano Medford. At6 45 and 11 A.M.,8 30,6, and 680 P.M. for Smith. Tllle, EwansvlUe, Vinoentown, Birmingham, and Pemborton. At 6-46 A. M.,1 and 880 P. M. for LewlBtown, Wrightstown, 1ookstown. New Egypt, Homers town, Cream Ridge, Imlaystown, Sharou, and HlarhtBtown. Dec. 12, 1870. WM. H. GATZMER, Agent. PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL RAILROAD. AFTER 8 P. Mm SUNDAY, MARCH 20. 1870. The trains cf the Pennsylvania Central Railrctd leave the Depot, at THIRTY-FIRST and MAR. K.ET Streets, which is reached directly by the Mar set stroet -oars, me last car oonneoting with e&u train leaving Front and Market streets thirty uiiBuiB DQiuro l us uepu.ri.urQ. mo yunm'ii auu Walnut streets ears ran within ene square of the Depot. bieeping-oar tiokets eau ee had on application . ,l,.1ra.r.t flflu. XT TXT T1 .V. . ..... nut streets, and at the Dopot. Agents of the Union Transfer Cocupany will oall for and deliver baggage at thedopet. (kdors leit at No. 901 Chesnut street, or No. US Mir net street, wlU receive attention. TRAINS LRAVB PRFOT. Pittsburg Express .... 1811 A. M. Mau J'raan e ooAlo. Lock llaven and ElmlraExpre!s . . e-4u A. M r-aoi. Aceommoaation,io-iu a.m. l-io ana Tiof.ua. Fast Lino 18-40 P. M. Erie Express l-J-40 P. IKL Harrlsburg Aooommodatlon . . . 3-80 P. M Lancaster Accommodation . . . 410 P. M. Parkosburg Train ... . 8-80 P.M. Cincinnati Express . . . . , 8 00 P. M. Erie Mall and BuUalo Expreso . . 10-uo y. M. Pacltto Express 10 00 P. M, Way PasiJgi r Train . . . n-ic P. M. Erie Mall leave daily, running on Saturday night to Wllllamsport oni. Olnoinnat' Kx press, Pacific Expreoi', and Eric JUau alia liuiiuio express leave -iu;iv. otbtr trams dally except Sunday. The Westarn AccouauioiUtiMu Trim runs dallv. except Sunday. For tkis train tlcaats must be pro cured and baggage delivered by e P. M. at No. 116 biurket streou Sunday Train No. 1 leaves Philadelphia at 8 4o A. M.j arrives at Pp.o.1 at 0-40 A. M. Sundai Traln to. 8 leaves PUladelptla at 640 P. M. ar rives st Paoli at 740 P. M. Sunday Train No. 1 leaves Paoli at 600 A. M.j arrives at Philadelphia at trio A. M. Sucday Triin No. 8 leaves Paoll at t 00 P. M.; arrives at Philadelphia at e ao. TRAINS ARRIVS AT DHPOT, Cincinnati Exnreu . . 8 10 A. M, Philadelphia Express 7 oo a. M, Erie Mail . . , . . 700 A. M. Paoll Aooowmodat'n, 880 A. M. at. 8 CO A n40 P. M. Parketiburg Train 9-00 A. M. Fast Line and Buffalo Express . , 9 60 A.M. Lancaster TraUi 13 a P. M. Erie Express . . . . . . 6-46 f. M. Look Haven ana Jbimira upress , 4ft p. a paclhe Express ...... 8-8S P. M. Southern Express . ... 646 P. M. Uarrlsbarg Aooommodatlon . . . 9-40 P. M. l or tartiier Dniormauon appiy to JOHN r. VANLKHUt, J p.. Ticket Agent. No. 901 CHESNCT Street. FRANCIS FUNK, He k et A gent. No. 116 MARKET Street. SAMUEL U. WALLACE, Ticket Axent at the Depot. Tte Pennsylvania Railroad Company will not assume any rlak for Baggage, except for Wearing Apparel, and limit their responsibility to One Hon dred Dollars In value. All Baggage exooedlng that amount In value will be at the risk of the owner, unless tassn by speoiai contract. A. J. OASSATT, General Superintendent. Altoona, Pa DHILADELPHIA AND ERIE RAILROAD. X Tue ir&ius ou mo 1 iiiihuiiih aua ene uau. road will run as follows from the Pennsylvania Rail' road Depot, West Philadelphia: WKHTWAKD. mail TRAIN leaves Philadelphia.. 9-40 P. M. " Wllllamsport 785 A.M. amvee at une -j-40 P. M wtjte EXPRESS leaves Philadelphia.... 1130 A. M " " Winiumsport.... 8o P.M. - arrives at trie. 740 A. M, ELM1RA MAIL leaves Philadelphia 9-30 A. M " " Wllllamsport.... 6-38 P.M. " arrives at Lock Haven.. 760 P.M. AHTWARU. MAIL TRAIN leaves Erie. 900 A. M. " " VMinamsport 10 06 P. M. arrives at phuadelpnla.... 60 A. M. ERIE Einuuso leaves Kne 9-00 P. M, " " Wllllamsport... 885 A.M " arrives at PhliadelDhla. 6-30 P. M FT.vntA MAIL leaves Lock Haven 815 A. M, " " Wtillamnport. 985 A. M, - arrives at PhUadelnhla... 6 o P. M BUFFALO EXP. leaves Wllllamsport. ...1833 A. M. " " Snnbury 8 80 A.M. 11 Arrives at PhliadelDhla.. a-40 A. M Express, Mail, and Accommodation, east and West, connect at Corry, and all west bonnd trains and Mall and Accommodation east at Irvlneton with Oil frees ana Ain-gneny Kiver Railroad. WM. A. BALDWIN, General Superintendent. rrBE PHILADELPHIA AND BALTIMORE CEN TRAL RAlLROAa CHANGS OF HOURS. On and after MONDAY, October 8, 1870, traina Will run as follows: Leave Philadelphia from depot of r. w.a . corner jjroaa suoet ana wash' In eto n avenue For Port Deposit at T A. M. and 480 P. M. For Oxford at 7 A. M.. 4-30 P. M.. aad 7 P. M. For Oxford Wednesdays and Saturdays only at 80 P. M. For ChaddB Ford and Chester Creek Railroad at T A. M., 10 a. a-iw r. M.. ana T P. M. Wediiea itavi and Saturdays only 8-30 P. M. Train leaving phlladelpnla at 7 A. M. connects at Port Deposit with train for Daltimore. Trains leaving Philadelphia at 7 A. M. and 480 P. M. connect at Chadd'e Ford Junction with the Wilmington and Reading Railroad. Trains for Phllaiielphla leave Port Deposit at 930 A. M. and iv r. at.., on arrival or trains iroin uaiu more. Oxford at 6-08 A M., 10-85 A. M. and 8 30 P. M. Sundav at 6-30 1'. M. only. Chaaa's'Fordlat 7-V6 A. M., 1168 A M., 866 P. M. and 6-49 P. M. Sundays 6-4 P. M. only. pabuci gt rs are allowed to take weaxlng apparel onlvaa baRage, and the eonipanywlll not lii any cue te rt'i'poosibie for an amount exctttxiing one hundred dollars, uuiufcS special ooiitrai t Is 111 a la fur Uiti Same. iiamni nuuu, Ueawai buperlnteadcuti RAILROAD LINES. PHILADELPHIA, WILMlfUJTON, AND BAL TIMORE RAIL OA Li. TIM K T A I5I.lt. OOMMEWOmO MONDAY. NOVEMBER 81, 1870. Trains will leave Depot, eomar ef Broad street and Washington avenue, as follows way Mall Train at 8-&0 A m. (Sundays exeepted), for Baltimore, stopping at all reuiar stations. Connecting at Wilmington with Delaware Railroad uu. at uiayion witu nmyrna nrauou nauruaa atid Maryland and Delaware Railroad, at Hat nngion with Junction ana ureaawaier nauroar, t Seaford with Doroheiter and Delaware Rail road, at Delmar with Eastern Shore Railroad, aad at tallsburv with Wloomlao and Pooomoke Rail. road. Express Train at 1148 A. M. (Sundays excepted), for Baltimore nd Washington, stopping at WU. mlns-ton,PerryTille, and Uevre-deijraoe. Con neots at Wllmlngto -."v'th train for New Castle. Express Tram at 4 P. Ju. xndays excepteu, for Raitimore and Washington, stoiudna- at ChoBter, Thurlow, Llnweod, Claymont, Wllmlnif ton, New. ort, Man ion, isewam, ciaton. Mini aw,, harleptown. Perryvllle, Bavre-ae-Grtce, Aber deen, Ferryman's, Edgewoed, Magnolia, Chaae's and Stemmer's Run. Mirht Exprees at 1180 P.M. (Pally), for Baltl- mora aid Washington, stopt-lnir (.. 1 Hieste", i.ln- wooa, i;iaynipni, wuminicin, r-wrA, r.iaiio, man's, and Magnolia. Pas-iecgers lor Fortress Monroe and Norfolk will take the 1146 A. M. train. WILMINGTON TRAINS. Storplnr at all stations between Philadelphia and WllinTn-'tou. Leave Fhiladol-rtila at 1100 A. Id., 8-80, 600, ant 7 00 P. M. The 6 00 P. M. train connects with Dela ware Railroad for Milford and intermediate stations. Leave Wilmington 64S and 810 A. M., s oo, 4-09, and 716 P. M. The 810 a. M. train will not stop between Chester and Philadelphia. The 716 P. M. train from Wilmington runs Dally; all other ao oommodatlon trains Sundays excepted. Trains leaving Wilmington at e-4 a. ra. and 400 P. M. will eonneot at Lamokln Junotlon with the 7-00 A. M. and 4 80 P, M. trains for Baltimore Gen ral Railroad. From Baltimore to Philadelphia. Leave Balti more T-21 A.M., Way Mali; 938 A. M., Express; S-86 P. M., Express; 7-26 P. II., Expres3. SUiNlJAX TitAlJ KKIJlin HALT1MUKS. Leaves Baltimore at 736 P. M..stoppins; at Mar. nolla, Ferryman's, Aberdeen, Havre-de-Graoe, Per ry vine, unariesiown, iMortn na8t,JtiKton,newarK, Stanton, Newport, Wilmington, Claymont, Lin wood, and Chester. Through tiokets to all points West, South, and oou.nwesv uiay uts prwurvu nv i,iuji.Dti viuuo, iv. o.n Chesnut street, under Continental Hotel, where also State Rooms and Berths In Sleeping Cars oan be seoured during the day. persons purchasing tiokets at this offioe can have baggage checked at tbelr residence by the Unlnn Transfer Company. 11. . H-KWiNisii, iupennienoeni, w EST JERSEY RAILROAD a. FALL AND WINTER ARRANGEM LN.i COMMENCING MONDAY, HEPTEMKEL t8, 1870. Trams win leave I'liiiaacipina asiouows: f rom foot of Market street (upper ferry). Swedesboro, vlneland, aflllvllle, and way stations. 11-46 A. M., wood bury Aoeommoaauu. 816 P. M., Passengerfor Cape May, Mulvlile, and way stations neiow uiaast-oro. 880 P. M., Passenger for Brldgoton, Salem, Swedesboro. and war stations. 630 P. M., Aooommodatlon for Woodbury, Glass- noro, uiayton, bweuesixiro, ana lntermemaie sta tlonr. Freight Train leaves Camden dally, at 18 M.- WILLIAM J KEWELL. 8uoertntndnnt PLUMBING, OAS FITTING, ETO. PANCOAST&MAULE, TIIIUI) and PEAR Streets, Plain and Galvanized Wrought and Cast Iron Pipss For Gas, Etcam and Water FITTINGS. BRASS WORK, TOOLS E0ILER TUBES. Pipe of all Size Cat and fitted to Order CABD, Having sold HENRY B. PANCGAST and FRAN CIS I. MA CLE (gtiitlemen in onr einp oy f r seve ral years past) the Stools, Goodwill aud fixtures of our RETAIL ESTABLISHMENT, located at the corner of THIRD and PEAR K.p ets, lu this cltv, that braneh of onr buslueHS, together with ihat of HEATiNG and VENTILATING PUBLIC and PKI VATB RUILLINOS, both by STJttM aud HOT WATER, In all its various systems, will be uarrled on under the dnn name of PANCOAS PA MAULK, at the old stand, and we recommend thorn to the trade and business publlo as belug entirely compe tent to perform all work of that character- MORRIS, TASKER & CO. Philadelphia, Jan. 22, 1870 LUMbtK lOTI SPRDCK JOIST. lOll 6PRUCK JOIST. HEM LOO E. HE il LOCK. 1 OT1 SUASONED CLEAR PINE. lO 4 1 BUABONED CLEAR PINE. 1871 1871 ciioicjn rAi-ri(.KM riiNifi. SPANISH CEDAR. FOR PATTERNS. RED CEDAR. I U n FLORIDA FLOORING. 1 0 4 1 FLORIDA FI-OORiNO. CAROLINA FLOORING. VIRGINIA FLOORING. DELAWARE FUtORING. ASH FLOORING. WALNDT FLOORING. FLORIDA STEP HOARDS. RAIL PLANK. 1871 1 071 WALNUT BOARDS AND PLANE. 1 uni 10 I lWALNUTBOARDS AND PLANK. 10 4 1 WALNUT BOARDS, WALNUT PLANE. 147t UNDttHTAAJCKa' LUMBER. iQll UNDERTAKERS' LUMBER. RED CEDAR. WALNUT AND PINE. 1671 1071 SEASONED POPLAR. 1 W71 10 4 1 SEASONED CHERRY. 10 4 J ASH, WHITE OAK PLANK AND BOARDS, HICKORY. 1C71 CIGAR BOX MAKERS' i;, 10 I 1 CIGAR BOX MAKERS' 10 4 J SPANISH CEDAR BOX BOARDS, FOR SALE LOW. 1871 CAROLINA 8CANTLING. CAROLINA H. T. SILLS. NORWAY SCANTLING. 1871 IdTl CEDAR SHINGLES. I W 7 l 10 I 1 CYPRESS SUINGLE8. 10 I J MAULE, BROTHER sr. CO., No. 8600 SOUTH Street 11ANEL PLANE, ALL THICKNESS fci COMMON PLANK, ALL TH1CEK ESSES. 1 COMMON BOARDS. 1 and 8 SIDE FENCE bOARDS. WHITE PINE FIXKJRING BOARBS. YEIXOW AND SAP PINE FLOORINGS, lit 4V SPRUCE JOIST, ALL SIZES. BEMI.OCK JOIHT, ALL SIZES. PLASTERING LATH A SPECIALTY, Together with a general assortment of BaUdlni Lumber for sale low for cash. T. W. 8MALTZ, 11 80 m No. 1T16 RIDGE Avenne, north of Poplar St Corn Exchange Bag Manufactory. JOHN T. DAILEY, 2T. Z. Cor. WATER ant7 MARKET St ROFB AND TWINE, BAGS ind BAGGING, foi Grain, Flour, Salt, Super-Phosphate of Lime, Boo Dost, Etc Large and small GUNNY BAGS constantly on hand. Alan. WMiL HAfiKH, t. ?. HTON. k Ml BOX. gOIPPISO AUD COMMISSION MKRC3AAIS, No. t OO EN TIES SLIP, Now Yort, No. 19 SOUTH WHARVES PhUinlelphU, Na 40 W. PRATT' STREET, baltliaore. We are prepared to ship every description Oi Freight to Philadelphia. New York, Wliuiligun, ana lnU)iinediU points wilo promptutws aud dettpataa. Canal Boau aud biuun-UU f uruished at lha ahunual tvOUge , AUCTION BALES. M THOMAS St SONS, AUCTIONEERS, Nt-n 13 and 141 8. FeURTH Street, II ENRY W. k. B. KCOTT, JR., AUOTIOVKERS, NcO 1M CHEHNUT Street (Oirard Row). GREAT ART 8 A L E. Mr. CHARLES F. UASE'TImE annmitiona that be will sell at his Galleries, No. lVXi Chesnut street, on th evenings of THUMSOAY and FK1 DAY, April Z0 and SI, one of the most splendid collections of Foreign Bbd American Paluttnes that he baa ver rad in his po.sortsiou. The collection win h on view Thursday eveninjr, April 13, and thereafter day and evening until days or sle. The collection la exceedingly important, inn comprises specimens by the follow tug famous painters: u. fluui r, or.. Auctioneer, rlppel, TrcIibcdhuv. Traer. Montlallet, Kels, X. DeOjok, i n nortie, tiifigneim, i.'H'as, G. II. Houghton, lloft-r, Buetler, Van Hove, Aufray, l.tnge, Ilereau, Reranger, Moormatig, Humbert, Vawk-run, Kbeim, ImiiHHi rt, l)e Jnnghe, Kuniimercr, But t-her, VVIttkBinp, helix. IbkhbIIp. Spigiiac, l'arudni, Gniiieiiitnet, Snurfclt., Cinlgnlet, llerhstoiler, hlomiiecK, Kuwasiteg uis. jiucne, i;aro:iiM. l.fiKert, VonSPben, "Smgietoa, Traubel, Von Perl ib udt, curteK, Coutouner, I'ompte Cslix, Former, Montilant, Schn-yer, Hue. Ctiamn, uirsciier, jviuntne, iioyou, DeileBtimont, Stat,gi, C.J.Lewis, Pani weier, w. T. Ktcnards, .lames m. H trt, Rothermel, Nicholson, William Hart, Cay, T. Moran, Sonntag, Hamilton, K moran, w llliains, IlennecBey, Wiiicox, Huntingdon, Kemper, Darley, Blsptiara. Kct. i.tc. tic. 11 t THOMAS BIRCH A SON, AUCTIONEERS ANTt COMMISSION MERCHANTS, NO. 1110 Chea- NUT Street; rear entrance No. 1107 Sansoin street. SALE OF SPLENDID CABINET FURNITURE, manufactured by Messrs. A. A II. LK..'aMPRE. On Wednesday and Thum-iay Mornings, April IK ant is. At 10 o'clock, at their Warerooms, No. 118TCHEHNUT Street, will he sold the finest stock cf Cublnet Furniture, comprising Rich Parlor Suits, Elegant Chamber Suits, Dining-room Furniture, Library Bookcases, Secretary, Tables, Chairs, etc. Splendid Carved Clocks, etc. The furniture Is now open for examination with catalogues. 4 8 6t PEREMPTORY SALE OF MR. CKO. B. KttUKAUtfF'S COLLECTION OF CHOICE EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN OIL PAINTINGS, AT No. 10!-0 CHESNUT STREET, On Wednesday, Thnrsdsy aud Friday Evenings, April u, 13 and 14, at 7 o'clock, will be sold a, Mr. REl'KAUFF'S Store. No. 1O20 Chesnut street, his en tire Collection of Choice Paintings. Amoug tnem will be lonnd the woihs of Paul Martin, Von Sabln, , nelnefeder, MeKslcrts, C. Llnoernian, J. L. Varberg, F. Rhode, J. Montlgny, William Ilahn, C. Ebert, J. Vanderwarden,Walnwright, A Stanch. Von Bree, Knipp, James Hamilton, Bensnll, BlHphara, K. 1. Lewis, Carl Baum, V. A. Sommer, A. Garlach, Peter Moran, Jerome Thomp son, and many others. FRAMED ENGRAVINGS AND CITROMOS Alter the paintings, will be sold about 100 fine En gravings and Chromes. 4 8 6t Catalogues will be ready on Monday, and the paintings can be examined until the lime of Bale. Sale at No. mo Chesiut street. Handsome parlor, libkahv, ciiamrkr, and dining-room fukmtuke, uuus- seiB nDd other Carpets, mantel Hnd chamber (ilBFses, rosewood Piano-fortes, stilts of Cottage Furniture, spring, hair, and husk Mattresses, feather Beds and Bedding, Betting Machines, silver-plated Ware, Paintings, Engravings Chro nics, China Toilet Sets, btoves, Kitchen Furni ture, Etc. On Friday morning, At 9 o'clock, at the anctlon store, No. 1110 Ches nut street, will be sold a litrgo and dnairab -i atsort inent of new and second-hand urulture, of every description, comprising PARLOR SUITS, covered with coutaiine, green, crimson, and maroon plush; fpured, green, and crimson damasks and reps, and hir cloth. WALNUT CHAMBER SUITS. Also, handsomely-carved Chatniier Suits, with Wardrubta to natch, bv our best cabinetmakers. COTTAGE SUITS. Also, eight suits of Cottage Furniture, with or without marblcg. OAK AND WALNUT DINING-ROOM FURNI TURB. Also, oak and walnut sideboards, extension Tables and Chairs. BOOK-CASES. EASY CHAIRS, TABLES, ETC. Also, a large asHortment of chairs, tables, book cases, lounges, carpets, etc catalogues ready at 8 o'clock on morning of sale. 4 18 2t BUNTING, DURBOP.OVV A CO., AUCTIONEER, Nos. 838 and 834 MARKET street, corner Of Bank street. Successors to John B. Myers A Co. BALE OF CARPETINGsToiL CLOTHS, 600 ROLLS WHITE AND RED CHECK CANTON MAT TINGS, ETC., On Friday Morning, April 14, at 11 o'clock, on four months' credit. 4 8 6t LARGE SALE OF FRENCH AND OTHER EURO PEAN DRY GOODS, On Monday Morning, 4 11 6t April IT, at 10 o'clock, on four mouths' credit. SALE OF SOOO CASES BOOTS, SnOES, TRAVEL LING BAGS. HATS, ETC. On Tuesday Morning, April IS, at 10 o'clk.on four months' credit f4 19 6t B Y MAQILL, FARREL AUCTIONEERS, NO. 818 MARKET Street. CO. BY BARRITT A CO., AUCTIONEERS CASH AUCTION HOUSE. No. 830 MARKET Street, corner of Bank street, cash advanced on consignments without extra charge. 1184 I I1TINCOTT. SON & CO.. AUCTIONEERS. j Nos. 821 MARKET and 810 CHUhCU Street. 11 ENRY MOLTEN, AUCTIONEER. BY HENRY MOLTEN CO.. Salesroom, Nos. si and p MERCER Street, new iota. REGULAR TRADE SALS OP FUR AND WOOL HATS, LADIES' AND GENTS' READY-MADE FnRi STRAW. FKLT. AND VELVET GOODS, Every THURSDAY during the season. Cash advances made on consignments wlthoa, additional charges. a 8 ONCERT HALL AUCTION ROOMS, No, 1818 CHESNUT Street T. A. MCCLELLAND, AUCTIONEER, r en-onal attention given to sales of household fui tiii re at dwellings. j t t,i 10 sales of furniture at the Anctlon Rooma, Vo. Uli Chesnut street, every Monday and Thar, ay. it t particulars see "Publlo Ledgor." v. B. A superior ciass of furniture at private sala OLOTH8, QASSIMERES. ETO. QLOTH HOU8C. JAMES & HUDER,' Wo. 11 North RLtO.ID Htreet, Sign of the Golden Lamb, Art w receiving a large and splendid assortman of new styles of FANCY 0ASSIMKKE3 And standard makes of DOESKINo, CLOTHS an COATINGS, (8 88 Dtl AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, FUHNITUKh. wonsru H Cami-ioi (late Moore 4 Campion), WILLIAM SMITH, KU'HAttD U. CAMPION. SfillTH & CAMPION. Manufacturers of FINE FURNITURE, UFHOLSTEEINGS, AND IN TERIOR HOUSE DECORATIONS, No. 88 MOUTH THIRD Street. Manufactory, Nos. 816 and 811 LEVANT bireeV Paiiafiel ph la. Am QA 11 AC A S C II O COLA T E, Imported aud for sale by v DALLETT A SON. 441U N0.1W .tliONTbUeeU