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THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, APRIL 25, I81
riHEMX MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. Frttm Ama iran JCrehangt and Review April, 1871. The rhffnix Mutual Life Injnranco (Jompanj la especially noteworthy la respect to the busi ness of 1870. Ia the revulsion ot last year this company not only maintained the position It had previously gained, but it developed a stiength and a capacity to accumulate, by which it takes higher rauk in the future, 'the Phicnlx it richer and better for the results of 1370. As we write, Its Income is at the rate of three mil lions per annum. Last year, after returning more than a million to policy holders for claims, dividends, and surrendered policies, it added more than a million to its asset, and in the details of the latter we notice an addition during the year of over half a milium to the mortiraue Investments. To illustrate the growth of 1370, we place side bv side some of the aggregates of 1800 and 1570, viz .: Year Endinq J'mr Rn'tmi ti'r. ;U, lx;. Jtrr.. 31, H7ii. Income $a..Hi,5ti $i,w,tm Assets 4,893,313 6,090,002 Not surplus l,4i,lHl) 1,761,147 Policies In force 21,437 21,576 Amount insured 61,096,765 CS.617.6J7 Hew polic es 8.62S 9,065 Conditions being equal, the greater the busi ness progress of a life oilico the greater its prosperity. There is nothing succeeds like suc cess; for in a successful DuMness there is a wealth which cannot be figured up in the ac counts. The foregoing columns reveal not only the gain of advancing business, bat a greater gain In financial soundness, and show that the liberal conditions under which the I'hnenix ad ministers life insurance can be claimed at the true elements of the practice of it. We have noticed, on the part of this office, a recognition of the duty incumbent upon the In surer to free the insured from as many contin gencies as practicable to make the policy a validity under the changing circumstances of life. This commends the ofliec to intelligent applicants for iut-urance, for tho feeling is grow ing wilh the public that there Is a necessity that the policy be trustworthy as well as that the company be sound. The statement that a human being dies at each second of time condenses the death-roll of hu manity. As the dark tide sweeps on over our own country each day brings its new mourners. To some of these life insurance gives its aid and hope. We have not as yet the exact figures, but the facts as they are gleaned show that each hour of every passing day life insurance comes to fulfil its mission to one bereft family of the land. The full statistics will reveal a still greater proportion. Before the power of such a ministration all cavils, doubts, and aspersions sink to less than nothingness. Tho benefitted are coming like a gathering host; their influ ence will largely make the life insurance of the future. In the work of the present the Phoenix does its part well so well, that in the larger service of the future we anticipate for it a greater proportionate share. NI SItAL AND DUAniTIC. "'Twlxt Axe ami Crown" at the Walnut. Twif Axe and Crown ia tho rather ponder ous and awkward title of Mr. Tom Taylor's latest and most ambitious dramatic effort, which was produced at the Walnut last evening with much success, Miss Ella Burns, a young aspi rant for dramatic honors, being the representa tive of the heroine "Elizabeth," daughter of Henry VIII, and afterwards Queen of England. Mr. Taylor, we believe, acknowledges that the idea of some of the incidents and some of the characters of his play were suggested by a novel Of Madame BIrch-Pfelffer, but he also claims that there is a large amount of entirely original matter in it, while the language and the dra matic effects are entirely his own. Tho subject of the play is based upon the religious and po litical intrigues against "Elizabeth" during the reign of her sifter "Queen Mary," and these are complicated by certain love passages between "Elizabeth" and "Edward Courtney," Earl of Devonshire, who, having refused the hand of "Queen Mary," is the object of her jealous hatred, this passion of the Queen being skilfully worked upon by "Bishop Gar diner" and the Spanish Ambassador "Renard" for the accomplishment of their own ends, which are the marriage of "Queen Mary" with "Philip II," of Spain, the ultimate annexation of Eng land to the Spanish crown, and the downfall of Protestantism. Every reader of history know3 that "Elizabeth" during the lifetime of her Bister Buffered many persecutions on account of the political as well as the religious jealousy of her sister. She was imprisoned, and evem when nominally at liberty she was kept under close surveillance, and more than once her life was in actual danger. The drama, as is proper, takes a romantic view of the historical facts and presents them in a picturesque shape, the imagination of the author supplying the details necessary to an interesting if not strictly accurate presentation of the events of an im portant period of English history. Mr. Taylor has brought his best abilities to bear in the pro duction of this play, the subject is firmly out lined, the dramatic situations are most effective, and the characters are skilfully contrasted. 'Elizabeth V sturdy loyalty in the midst ot her persecutions, with which, however, there was not wanting a large amount of craft, or rather foresight, is a striking feature of the character as outlined by Mr. Taylor, and for au expe rienced and skilful actress with the proper physical endowments the part is one that offers many opportunities for the exhibition of the best talents. Miss Ella Burns, who sustained the role of "Elizabeth" last evening, achieved a flattering success, and for a novice her per formance was most creditable. Mis Burns has undoubted talents, which, if she assiduously cultivates and does not aim too high at first, will doubtless enable her to obtain a creditable position on the stage; but she has not the physi cal powers nor the facial expression necessary for the proper delineation ot tragical emotions. Last evening she appeared to be entirely self possessed, and trod the stage with but little of the embarrassment of a novice. Her acting in dicated careful training, but, while often ex pressive, it was highly artificial, and was fre quently etilted to an unpleasant degree. We expect, of course, that much of this will wear off with experience, and comedy, for which Miss Burns is apparently much better adapted than tragedy, will, if she essays it, enable her to cultivate an easy, natural style and to correct her most pronounced faults. Miss Burns dis played bo much ability last evening that she is entitled to a candid criticism; and while a novice is, of course, not be judged by the same standard as an experienced artist, we are pay ing the debutante a Mgher compliment by pointing out "her defects thin we would have done by weak praise. The character of "Queen Mary" in the play is a fine one from a dramatic point of view. Her religious bigotry and her passionately jealeus but truly affectionate disposition, the weaknesses of which made her the ready tool of the priestly counsellors by whom she was surrounded, are well represented, and the character Is even a more admirable artlstio study than that of 'Elizabeth." Miss Annie Graham played this rmrt with an xcellent appreciation of its re nntramenta. and her acting was in soma of the best scenes exceedingly forcible. Mr. Walcot eave a dashing and plctaresnue personation of Edward Courtney, ana air. huuu what artificial but not Inartistic one of "Bishop Gardiner." The hideous costume worn by him, however, was an insult to the intelligence no less than to the trsthetlc tastes of the audience. The CM y Amuitmenls. At this Chesnut the drama of SI. Marc will be given this evening. To-morrow evening the performance will be for the benefit of Mr. Charles K. Thome, Jr. The benefit of Mr. Walter Leunox la announced for Thursday, and that of Mr. Torchiana, the box book-keeper, on 8aturday. On Monday next the new American comedy of Saratoga will be prodsced, and Mr. Daven port will visit New York to play "Sir Giles Over reach" at Nlblo's Garden. At tiik Arch Mr. S. K. Murdoch will have a complimentary benefit this evening, when he will personate "Claude Melnotte" in Tho Laly of Lyon. Miss Lizzie l'ierson will appear as "Pauline." The performance will conclude with Craig's burlesque of Larbe Bteue. To-morrow Mr. W. II. Wallis will have a benefit, and on Thursday Messrs. Holmes and Trcfts, the box book-keeper and doorkeeper, will present their claims to the regards of the public. On Saturday Mr. Adam Everly will be the recipient of a complimentary benefit, when he will appear In two favorite parts. t At tub Walnut Tom Taylor's drama of Ticlxt Are and Crown will be repeated this evenin?, with Mies Ella Burns as the "Princess Elizabeth." At ana Museum, Ninth and Arch streets, Mr. Lewis Baker will this evening personate "Wilkins Micawber." At tub Assemiily Bcii.ttno the beautiful dioramaof "Ireland in Shade and Sunshine" will be exbibited this evening. At the American, in addition to a number of other attractions. Miss Kate Fisher will this evening appear as "Mazeppa." At the Aijiamrka, Seventh street, below Arch, a variety programme will be presented this evening. A Grand Bazaar in aid of St. Mary's Hospi tal is now being held at Concert Hall. An Amateur Concert will be given to morrow evening at Morton Hall, West Philadel phia, when aa attractive programme will be presented. Slgnor Ettore Barill Mr. H. G. l'hundcr, and Mr. Zimmerman will assist. Tickets can be procured at Boner's, No. 1103 Chesnut Btrcct. CITY NOTICES. To the PBii.ADKi.rniA Public. Remember that this Is positively the last week In Philadelphia of the genuine and original Milton Gold Jewelry Company, No. 1023 Chesnut street. Remember that after Saturday next, April 29, the opportunity for obtaining beautiful sets of original and genuine Milton Gold Jewelry for one dollar will cense. Remember that the genuine and original Milton Gold Jewelry Company, of No. 1022 Chesnut street, have no connection with any other establishment in Philadelphia. Remember that we shall every day this week open new Invoices of our popular goods. Remember that we have on view and for sale the richest and most magnificent assortment of Jewelry ever displayed In the United States. Remember that any article In this won lerful col lection can be purchased for one dollar. Remember that the richest and most refined people In the world wear tho genuine and original Milton Gold Jewelry, sold in this city only at No. 1022 Chesnut street, In preference to all other jewelry manufactured. Remember that wo positively close lu Philadelphia on Saturday next. Salesroom open from 8 A. M. to 9 P. M. Oakford, Continental Hotel, has received Spring Styles Gents' and Boys' Ilats, Caps, and Furnishing Goods. Shirts made to order. Wditcomb's Asthma Remedy Sure cure. Mr. William W. c assist, 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. lie has also on hand a fine assort ment of One American Western Watches. Those who purchase at this store at the present time are certain to get the worth of their money. Oakford, Continental Hotel, has opened an ele gant assortment of Ladles', Children's, and Infants' dimmed and untrlmmed Ilats. Flowers, Feathers, Ornaments, Etc. Also, Boys Cloth and Straw Ilats. Burnett's Florimel An exquisite perfume. MARRIED. Kauffmann Horn. February 19, at the Rox borough Baptist Parsonage, by the Rev. David bpeucer, Mr. Frederick w. Kauffman and Miss 1 Liza A., joungest daughter of Lewis Horn, both of Manayunk.; Sawtellb Giddinos. In this city, April 20, at the Broad street Baptist Church, by Rev. K.L Ma goon, D.D., Mr. Alfred Sawtelle, or Hartford, Conn., to Miss Emma A., daughter of the late Rev. William M. Giddings, of Philadelphia. DIED. Bartlett. On the 22d instant, Henry Martyn Baktlktt, aged 37 years. The relatives and friends of the family, Phllo Lodge, No. 444, A. Y. M., Philanthropic Lodge, No. 15, 1. O. of O. F Hand In Hand Council. No. 14, O. U. A. M., United Degree Council, No. 8, O. U. A. M., are resDectfullv Invited to attend the funeral, from his late residence, No. 1619 S. Tenth street, on Thursday aiternoon. April st, at x o'clock, ser vices at Calvary Baptist Church. Interment at Union Cemetery. Burroughs On Tuesday morning, the 25th In stant, JOHN Bl'RROUUHS. Due notice of the funeral will be given. Foster. On Saturday afternoon, the 22d instant, Elizabeth B., wife of Joseph H. Foster. The relatives and friends of the family are respect fully Invited to attend the funeral, from the resi dence of her husband, No. 1317 Arch street, on Wed nesday afternoon, the 26th Instant, at 8 o'clock. Knecht. On the morning of the 23d Instant, after a severe and protracted illness, Charles Knicut, In tne4Mh year of his age. The relatives and friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend the funeral, from his late resilience, jno. tu.i nue street, uu i uurau&r. 27th instant, at 1 o'c:ock P. M. To proceed to Laurel Hill Cemetery. Marshai.u On the morning or the 23d instant, Benjamin Marshall, in his CM year. His friends and those oi ine lamuy are mvitea to attend the funeral, from his late residence, No. ilia Spruce street, on Fifth-dav morning, the 27th Instant, at 11 o'clock. To proceed to Laurel inn. KEW MOURNING STORE. New Stock at Lowest Prices. No. 1226 CBESNUT STREET. NEWEST DESIGNS IN DltESS GOODS. NEWEST DESIGNS IN BONNETS. NEWEST DESIGNS IN VEILS. CHEAPEST ALPACAS IN PHILADA. CHEAPEST BOMBAZINES IN PHIL ADA. CHEAPEST BLACK SILKS IN PHILADA CHEAPEST CHAPE CLOTHS IN PHILA DELPHIA. EVERY ARTICLE AT LOWEST PRICE. We would respectfully call attention to our new Dress-making and tnlt Department, where every novelty In black suits will be found ready-made and made to order, at shortest notice, by a competent dressmaker, and faUo call attention to our White (loods and Ladles' Underwear Department. Large Stock or Linen and Lawn euits, or uuesi nmsn, &i wa)s on liana. A. MYERS & CO., 4 S2 stuth5ptf No. 1226 CHBSNUT Street, SPECIAL NOTICES. tor additional Bptdal NaUett m lutidd Pag. GENTLEMEN IN SEARCH OH COMFORT Ld Btji u BOOTd and bllOKS should call on 1 UTf L'Mwn HlHTf. KIT. At NO. 53 BOUth SIXTH Street, Above Cueauut, 8 20 U 8PEOIAL NOTICES. Jfcy- PHILADELPHIA AND READING RAlL- KUAU UOMPANY. This Company have placed on Bile at the new Union Ticket Ofllce, S. K. corner of NINTH and CHF.SNUT Streets, under the Continental Hotel, a full line of Ttirouoh tickets to all principal p-lnts In Central and Western Pennsylvania Oil Ration, New Yerk State, Canada, the West and North we, and offer a choice of routes which, for beauty and variety of scenery, are unsurpassed. rersons purchasing tickets at this offlce can have their baooaoi chkcsko prom hotels or residbncbs by the Union Transfer Company. I-or particulars, Guides, Circulars, etc., apply at the ticket ofllce, S. B. corner of Ninth ami caesnut streets. Ask for tickets via Philadelphia and Readln? RR. O. G. HANCOCK, General Ticket Agent. G. A. Nicolls, Genl Superintendent. 4 25 6t 16V- THE FIRST ANNIVERSARY OF THE WOMAN'S FOREIGN MISSIONARY' S JCI- ETYOFTHK PRKSHYTERIAN CHURCH will e held en WEDNESDAY EVENING, April 80th, In tie West Arch fctreet Church, corner of EIGIlT EENTH and ARCH Streets, at 8 o'clock. Rev. Merrick Johnson, D. D., will preside, and Rev. Dr. Wllllts, Rev. S w. Dana, and others, will address the meeting. No collection will be taken. 4 23 2t gy- OFFICE OF THE PHILADELPHIA AND Ci M TFIMI 1TD W MATT l!T 17 , Hull in niintii' fcjvr i; m mu o i crilTi oil 1 1 ijUiiu Ail 1 Philadelphia, April 84, h;i. The Annnal Meeting of the Stockholders of this company will take place at tho Rooms of the Hoard of Trade, No. BOSCnEaNUT Street. n WEI). jnjksuay, May 8. lSil. at IS o'clock, at which time an election will he held for Seven Directors to serve for tt.e ensuing year o t cham. o. tk A L, secretary. rtfg- KARTHAUfl COAL AND LUMBER COM. w PAN Y, No. 10 WALNUT Street, Philadel phia. The Interest on the bonds of the Karthaus Coal and Lumber Company will be paid at the oillce of the Company, No. 10 WALNUT Street, on MON- jjai, may l, ia.i, ieiween it) and 8 o'clock. JAMES BltADNEK, 4 20 26 87 29 Secretary and Treasurer. C A N K OF AMERICA. Philadelphia. Anrll 24. 1S71. The Annnal Meetinsrof the stockholder) of the Bank of America will be held on MONDAY, May 1. 1871, between the hours of 10 and 18 A. M., at which time an election will be held for a President and Ten Directors to serve for the ensuing year. 111AKL&3 11. I'KIUtt, 4 24 Ct Cashier. tgy- KAR1HAU8 COAL AND LUMBER COM- Thennnnal mretlnar of the Rtor-.kholder of the BARTIIAUS COAL AND LUMBEK CO. will be held at the office or the Company, No. 10 WALNUT Street, on TUESDAY, May 9, a. 12 o'clock, to elect Board of Directors for the ensuing year, and for other purposes. 4 25 tu3t CITY NATIONAL BANK. 1 uiiiAUbLnuA, Airu zn, lfi.-r At a stated meetlnir of the Board or Dlreetors. held this day, THOMAS POTTER, Esq., was una Llmonsly elected President of this Hank. U. ALbliHT LKWIS, 4 25 6t5 Cwhler. At Your Own Prices. GOULD 6L CO, Ho. 37 and 39 North SECOND Street, And northeastcor. NINTH and MARKET Sts , Will sell you Furniture at your own nrlces to make room for the extensive alterations. 4 19 6i5p OAS FIXTURES. NO STORE ON CBESNUT STREET. CQRIit LI us & sons RETAIL SALESROOMS, 821 CHERRY St. CAS FIXTURES. OARPETINQS, ETO. MATTINGS. FXIX2SXZ IMPORTATION , MADE FROM NEW GRASS. THE BEST In t li o. Countr y , ALSO, Low Priced Mattings. R. L. KNIGHT & SON, No. 1222 CHESNUT Qtroet, 4 25tuth6t PHILADELPHIA. HOSIERY. COOK & BROTHER, No. 53 N. EIGHTH Street, TBADE-M1KK. TRADE-MARK, UliTAILERS OF . HOSIERY GOODS Exclusively of their own Importation. rCARTWRIQHT A WARNER'S Importers of I BRETTLB8 . ENGLISH UOblSRV, And best makes of FRENCH AND GERMAN HOSIERY GOODS. t S3 tulh Smrp UNANOIAL. Wilmington and Reading Railroad y ma cEsiT. zzorroa. Free of Taxes, ,Kr?.row offTin a dmlted amount of the SECOND MORTGAGE BONDS of this Company At &2y( and Accrued Interest. The Bonds are Issued In SIOOs, SOOOs, and SIOOOs. COUPONS PAYABLE JANUARY AND JULY. We placed tho FIRST mortuaqh nm nr this Company at 68 per cent. They are now bringing on me open marset 95 per cent. This fact Is strong evidence of the standing and credit of this Com pany. The road Is now finished and doinir a lartm ant profitable business. WM. PAINTER & CO., BANKERS, And Dealers In Government Securities, Ko. 3G South THIRD Street, PHILADELPHIA. A RELIABLE Safe Home Investment. XII IS Sunbury and Lewistown Railroad Company 7 PER CUra-jf. GOLD First Mortgage Bonds. Interest Payable April and Octo ber, lree or Ntate and United States Taxes. We are now offering the balance or thn innn m 11,200,000, which is secured by a Utnt and only lien ii me i-uurs i?rupenj uuu irancuises oi me com pany, At 90 and tlie Accrued Interest Added. The Road Ifl now rftnMlv ftrnirnanhlniv MmniaHnn with a large trade In OUAL, IKON, and LUMBKkJ In addition to the mutaencrpr iravni nnaitimr tua opening of this greatly needed enterprise. The local iruuo niuue i suuicienu; large 10 suwtain the Koad. We have no hesitation In recommending the Honda aa a CUii A1-, liUL.iA.uia, ud At E 1NVK3T- JHE.IV1. Fur pamphlets, with man. and full inrnrmAt.inn apply to WfiS5. PAINTER & CO., BANKERS, Dealers In Government Securities, No. 3G South THIRD Street, PHILADELPHIA. 5 TSIl CE3JT. New United States Loan. Agents appointed to receive subscriptions or ex change FOR 5-20 XSOtfDS. Books now open and Information famished as terms, etc ELLIOTT, COLLINS & CO., No. 109 SOUTH THIRD STREET, 8 8 U PHILADELPHIA. JOHN S. RUSHTOH & CO., BANKERS AND BROKERS. GOLD AND COUPONS WANTED. Gity Warrants BOUGHT AND BOLD. No. GO South THIRD Street. Ml PHILADELPHIA DUNN BROTHERS, iiAimisus, Nob. 51 and 53 S. THIRD St. Dealers in Mercantile Paper, Collateral Loans, Government Securities, and Gold. Draw Bills of Exchange on the Union Bank of London,and lssne travellers' letters of oredlt through Messrs. BOWLES 13 ROB fc CO., available In all the cities of turope. Make Collections on all points. Execute orders for Bonds and Stocks at Board of Brokers. Allow interest on Deposits, subject to check at sight ii F c It H .A Ju IS, Six Per Cent. Loan of the City of Wil- liamsport, Pennsylvania, Freo of all Taxos, At 80 and Accrued Interest. These Bonds are made absolutely seenre by act of Legislature compelling the city to levy sa melon t tax to pa; Interest and principal. P. 8. PETERSON & CO., No. 39 8. THIRD STREET, t PHTJLADKLPQIA. FINANCIAL.. JAY COOKE & CO., PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK, and WASHINGTON. JAY COOKE, hlcCULLOCH I CO., LONDON, ij.vrviticirw AK9 Dealeri In Government Securities. Special attention given to the Purchase and Sale of Bonds and Stocks on Commission, at the Board of Brokers in this and other cltw-s. INTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS, COLLECTIONS MADE ON ALL POINTS. GOLD AND SILVER BOUGHT AND SOL. In connection with our London House we are now prepared to transact a general FOREIGN EXCHANGE BUSINESS, Including Purchase and Sale of Sterling Bills, and the issue of Commercial Credits and Travellers Clr- cniar Letters, available In any part of the world, and are thus enabled to receive GOLD ON DEPOSIT, and to allow four per cent. Interest In currency thereon. Having direct telenraphle communication with both onr New Vorfc and Washington Offices, we can oner superior facilities to our customers. RELIABLE RAILROAD BONDS FOR INVEST MENT. Pamphlets and full information given at our ofllce, 3mrp No. 114 S. THIRD Street, Pbllada, rJEW U. O. LOAKE- GOLD VPSTJ3 Converted into New Loans of the United States on best terms. DE HA YEN & BR0. financial Agents United States, No. 40 South THIRD Street. 8 25 stuihim IVJSSW Loan of the United States. SUBSCRIPTIONS TO 1H3 New 6 Per Cent. United States Loan Received at onr Office, where all information wlii given as to terms, etc. WM. PAINTER & GO. No. 36 S. THIRD Street, PHILADELPHIA. 7 Per Cent. Gold Coupons THE COUPONS OF TBE Nuibury and Lcw'toAvn Kail road Com y( FIRST MORTGAGE BONDS, due April 1, will be paid Free of all Taxes, On and after that date, at the Banking House of VM. PAINTER & CO., No. 3G SOUTn THIRD STREET. 8 82 tf PHILADELPHIA. INVESTMENT BONDS PORTAGE LAKE AND LAKE SUPERIOR SD.IP CANAL lus. Secured by first mortgage on the canal (now completed), and on real estate worth Ave tunes the amount of the mortgage. KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI, 10a. DOUOLA8 COUNTY, NEBRASKA (Including Omaha), 10s, and other choice Western county and City bonds, yielding good rates of Interest. ALLENTOWN CITTCA.) 8EVSN PER CENT. ECiiOuL BONDS, free from taxes under the laws of the State, at par and Interest. For full particulars apply to llOWAUD DAHLLIUTO.f, 8 8 8m No. 14T Booth FOURTH Street. B. K. JAMISON & GO. SUCCESSORS TO r. IT. &z CO, BANKERS AND DEALERS IN Gold, Silver, and Government Bonds At Closest market Hates, N. W. Cor. THIRD and CHESNUT Sti Special attention given to COMMISSION ORDERS In New York ana Philadelprfla Stock Boards, etc. etc 16 B(l-J FINANCIAL. A FIRST-CLASS INVESTMENT. ItKUISTEKKD MOKTUAGK LOAN OP TIIK t NiriCD COMPANIES OP NEW JERSEY, (Camricn and Aml.oj-, New Jeracy Railroad ni ! rau.portatlAii Company, nul Delaware and Rarltau Canat Company.) We OfTcrlhese most dcslrahln hnnda. In rtosortn. tlons of 11000, due In 1S!4, bearing O PER CSNT. INTBRHST, free of ail taxation, payable April 1 and October l. forfult particulars, apply to 4 90 tnstula liRKXET. & CO. C. fc II. IIOR1K. ?!NKVBOI'nSS' & AERTSEN. FOR SALE. CJFOR SALE, J&n Elogaut Hcsidonco, WITH STABLE, AT CHESNUT HILL. Desirable location, a few minutes' wait from depot. D. T. PRATT, No. 109Sonth FOURTH Street. 8 84Sm It . T . I) Oil U I N H, BUILDER, OFFICE, NOS. 6 and 6 LEDGER BLILD1NO, offers for sale the follow lng properties at reduced prices: Io. 1. Handsome four-story Brown Stone Resi dence, with side-jard, situated No. 1911 Chesnut street, finished with all modern conveniences. Hunt by the day without regard to coat. Lot 44tf by 179 feet deep, to a back street. Clear of all incumbrance ; will be sold a bargain. No. 8. Elegant three-Btory Brown Stone ResV dence, with Mansard Roof, situated west side of Broad, above Master street. Very commodious; finished with all modern conveniences. Built in a very superior manner. Lot 50 by 29 feet deep to Car. lisle street. No. 8. Neat three-story Brick D welling, with side yard, No. 1413 North Eighteenth street, above Mas ter, containing ten rooms, with all modern conveni ences ; will be sold below cost. No. 4. Lot west side Broad, 60 feet above Vine, 73 feet front, 199 feet deep to back street; will be sold so as to pay well for Investment. Also, lot west side or Broad, above Thompson, 95 feet front, 800 feet deep, to Carlisle street, with brick stable for four horses, No, 6. A Cape May Cottage, located on the beach , is large and commodious; if not sold will be rented. No. 6. A good Farm in KichUnd township, Bucks county, containing 93 acres, with good improve ments. 4 T tf FOR SALS, HANDSOME RESIDENCE, ' AVEST PHILADELPHIA. No. 3248 CHESNF.T Street (Marble Terrace), THREE-STORY, WITH MANSARD ROOF, AND THREE-STORY DOUBLE BACK BUILDINGS. Sixteen rooms, all modern conveniences, gas, bath, hot and cold water. Lot is reet rront and 180 reet 8 inches deep to a -back street. Immediate posset Blon. Terms to suit purchaser.. M. D. LIVENSETTER, 418 No. 1S9 South FOURTH Street. SALE OF THE ATSION ESTATE.! iiUOUT 88.000 ACRES OF LAND, TO BE SOLD AT PUBLIC AUCTION, AT THE WEST JERSSY HOTEL, CAMDEN, N. J., ON MAY 6, 1811, AT. 1 O'CLOCK, P. M. ' TO SPECULATOKS IN LAND. PROJECTORS OF TOWNS AND CAPITALISTS GENERALLY, A RARE OPPORTUNITY FOR INVESTMENT IS. PKliSENTEDM A FARM or about 700 acres, with extensive Im provements, Is Included. SEVERAL MILLS and additional mill and manu-. facturlng sites are on the property. RAILROADS traverse the entire length of tha traot. ATSION STATION la the point of Junotion of two railroads. TOWNS and SETTLEMENTS may be favorably located. TUE CEDAR TIMBER Is of considerable value. CHANBltRKIES, ORAPKS, SWEET POTATOiitf HOPS, etc., can be very successruuy cultivated. GOOD TITLE will be made to the purchaser. SEND FOR A PAMPHLET containing particu lars, and apply perHonally. or by mail, to OKORGE M. DALLAS, Assignee, 8 24 37t No. m S. FOURTH St., Philadelphia. 77 O It. SAL. E. Sli:iIV L4KC." An elegant country seat at CheHuut Hill, Philadel phia, ten minutes walk from depot, and live hundred , aidsfrom Falrmouut Park; lawn of nearly nine acres, adorned with choice shrubbery, evergreen, irult and shade trees. A most healthy location, views for 40 miles over a rich , country, modern pointed stone bouse, gas, water, etc., coauh, Ice, and. ppring houses, never falling spring of purest water, (1.4KB kck uoatinu), all stocked with mountain, trout, carp, etc., beautiful cascade, with succession vl rapida through tlie ineadow. Apply to J. R. PK1CE, on the prwmtgRB. 4 25 fl FOR BALE, AT GERM ANTO WN-DESIK -LiiiiLable Summer Residence on Old Township Llue road, near Cbeltan avenue, convenient to German town Depot, near tha Wlssahlckon : 3 acres, stone house, 14 rooms, fiame st-aole and carriaze-house sprlBg-house, good spring ot water, fruit, oue of the coolest situations in (lermantown; One drive to tha city. Will be sold furnished If desired. Apply on the premises or to JUSTICE BATEMAN & CO., No, 122 S. FRONT Strett. 4 24 3t n FOR BALE LOTS, WEST IDK OF BROAD L Stieet, above Thompson, soo feet deep to Car lisle street, with advances to build. K J. DOBBINS, 4 21 Ct Ledger Building. TO RENT. CHESNUT STREET STORES TO RE PIT, N o. 3 5 APPLY ON TUB PREMISES. 4 22 tf FOR RENT, STORE, Ho. 339 MARKET Street. APPLY ON PREMISES. 4 22tf 3. B. ELLISON A SONS. SCHOOL LAN E COUNTRY SEAT TO RENT Mansion House, furnished, will be let for tha summer months ; 16 rooms, besides 8 bath-rooms ; lee house, grapery, green house, stables, kitchen garden, and 9 acres of land. All in complete order; 10 minutes of two railway stations. PHILIP S. JUSTICE, No. 14 N. FIFTH Street. 4 S4 l Philadelphia.