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THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH PHIL JlDELPH1A TUESDAY, . APRIL 25, 1871 .
INSURANCE. DELAWARE MUTUAL SAFETY INSURANCE kJ COMPANY. Incorporated by the Legislature 01 Pennsylvania, 1935. Offlce S. E. corner of TIIIRD and WALNUT Streets, Philadelphia. MARINE INSURANCES on Vessels, Cargo, and Freight to all parts of tie world. INLAND INSURANCES n Goods by river, canal, lake, and land carriage to aU parts of the Union. FIRE INSURANCES n Merchandise generally ; on Stores, Dwellings, Houses, etc ASSETS OF TUB COMPANY, November 1, 1870. ,000 United States Six Per Cent Loan (lawful money) ;J33,87o 00 X,000 State of Pennsylvania Six Per Cent. Loan SU.OOO-OC JO,000 City of Philadelphia Six Per Cent. Loan (exempt from Tax) 804,162-50 184,000 State of New Jersey Six Per Cent. Loan 16S,920"00 80,000 Pennsylvania Railroad First Mortgage Six Per Ct. Bonds. 30,700-OC 86,000 Pennsylvania Railroad Second Mortgage Six Per Ct. Bonds. Sn.KJO-OO 85,000 'Western Pennsylvania Rail road Mortgage Six Per Cent. Bonds (Pennsylvania Rail road guarantee) 80,000-00 80,000 State of Tennessee Five Per Ct. Loan 18,00000 T.000 State of Tennessee Six Per Ct. Loan 4,200-00 18,500 Pennsylvania Railroad Com pany UN) Shares Stock) 15,000-00 6,000 North Pennsylvania Railroad Company (100 Shares Stork).. 4,300-01 10,000 Philadelphia and Southern Mull Steamship Company (SO all's Stock) 4,000-01 1,650 Loans on Bond and Mortgage, first liens on City Properties.. 861,650-00 11,860,150 Par. C'St, 11,204,447-34. M ktvl 11,293-667-00 Real Estate.... 66,000-60 Bills Receivable for Insur ances made 330,971-27 Balances due at Agencies Premiums on Marine Policies Accrued Interest and .ithcr debts due the Company 93,375 40 Stock and Scrip, etc, oi sun dry corporations, 17960, esti mated value 8.9H-00 Cash.. 142,91173 11,620,727-97 DIRECTORS. Thomas C. Haud, Samuel E. Stokes, John C. Davis, fdninnd A. Souder, oseph II. Seal, James Traquali, Henry Sloan, Henry C. Dallett, Jr.,; James C. Hand, "William C Ludwlg, Hugh Craig, John D. Taylor, Beorge W. Bernadon, Wm. C. Houston, William h Boulton, Edward Darlington, 11. Jones Brooke, Edward Lafourcade, Jacob Rlegel, Jacob P. Jones, James B. McFarland, Joshua P. Eyre, Spencer Mcllvalne, Th( homos P. Stotesbury, John B. Semplo, Plttsb'rg, A. B. Btrger, Pittsburg, D. T. Morean. Pittsburg. H. Frank Robinson i no .has u. haisu, president. JOHN C. DAVIS, Vice-President. Hkkht Lti.bckn, Secretary. Henry Bali,, Assistant Secretary. Union Mstffll Insurance Company OF PHILADELPHIA. INCORPORATED ISO t. Fire, Mai ice, and Inland Injurance. Office, N. E. Cor. THIRD and WALNUT LOSSES PAID SINCE FORMATION, 87,000,000. ASSETS OF THE COMPANY, JANUARY 1, 1871, 8255,39789. RICHARD S. SMITH, President. JOHN MOSS, Secretory. People's Fire Insurance Company, No. 511 WALNUT Street. CHARTERED 1S59. Fire Insurance at LOWEST RATES consistent with security. Losses promptly adjusted and paid. NO UNPAID LOSSES. Assets December 81, 1970 1129,851-79 CUAS. E. BONN, President. GEO. BUSCH, Jr., Secretary. "P I R E ASSOCIATION, INCORPORATED MARCH 17, 1S20, OFFICE, NO. 84 NORTH FIFTH STREET, INSURE BUILDINGS, HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, AND MERCHANDISE GENERALLY From Loss by tire (In the City of Philadelphia only). ASSETS, JAKVAUY 1, 1SJO, $I,703,319-07. TRUSTEES. William II. Hamilton, John Carrow, George I. Young, Joseph R Lyndull, Levi P. Coats. Charles P. Bower, Jesse Llghtfoot, Robert Shoemaker, ' Peter Armbruster, M. II. Dickinson, Peter Williamson. Samuel Sparhawlr, Joseph E. Schell. WM. H. HAMILTON, President. SAMUEL SPARUAWK, Vice-President. WILLIAM F. BUTLER, Secretary. THE PENNSYLVANIA FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. Incorporated 1S25 Charter Perpetual. NO. CIO WALNUT Street, opposite Independence Square. This Company, favorably known to the commu nity for over forty years, continues to Insure against loss or damage oy fire on Public or Private Build ings, either permanently or for a limited time. Also on Furniture, Stocks of Goods, and Merchandise generally, on liberal terms. Their Capital, together with a large Surplus Fund, Is Invested In the most careful manner, which ena bles them to offer to the insured an undoubted aeon rity In the case of loss. Daniel Smith, Jr Isaac Hazletmrst, Thomas Smith, iieury ijewis, J. UUllngham Fell, Daniel Haddock. John Devereox, Franklin A. Comly. DANIEL SMITH, Jh., President. WV. G. Cbowkll, Secretary. INSURANCE COMPANY, No. 809 CUESNUT Street. INCdiiPOKATfcO 1ST;G. CHARTER PERPETUAL. ' CAPITAL f'200,000. FIRL INSURANCE EXCLUSIVELY. Insurance agaiutt Loss or Damage, by Fire either by ltrpeiul or Temporary Policies. DIRECTORS. Charles Richardson, William H. Rhawu, "William M. Seyferr, John F. Smith, Robert Pearce, John Kesaler, Jr., Edward H. Orne, Charles Stokes, Nathan Hi lies. John W. Evarraan, Oeoree A. West, 'Mo jHoruecai isuzbv. CHARLES RICHARDSON. President. WILLIAM H. RUAWN, Vice-President. Williams I. Blanchard, Secretary. THE ENTERPRISE INSURANCE COMPANY OF PHILADELPHIA. OFFICE S. W. CORN KK FOURTH AND WALNUT STilltTS. TERFETUAL AND TERM POLICIES ISSUED. CASH CAPITAL (paid up in full) I-.wo.oiiO-OO CASH ASSETS, December 1. 1870. . ... C00,a$S-00 1 II H ttf'1'1 M F. Ratchford Starr, J. Livingston Erringer. Nalbro t razier, Joiiu M. Awood, Benjamin T. Tredick, George 11. Stuart, James L. Clagnorn, William O, Boulton, Charlej Wheeler, TuoroasII.Moiitgomery, , John it. isruwn, Jdmi H m. Aertuen. F. MATCH' OKD STARR, President. THOMAS II. MONTGOMERY, Vice-President. ALEXANDER W. WISTER, Secretary. JACOB K. PETERSON, Asslstant-ciecrotary. TULFERIAIi FIBS INSURANCE CO., tOHBOH. 4TABIJ4UEU 1NU. Fald-Dp OtplUl and AoounaUtwl Funds, 08,000,000 IN OOH3. PREVOST & HERUINO, Agen Bo. 107 B. TU1RD BUMt.PaiUdlphla, baa. u. rRsvotrr, cuab. p. uk&kux INSURANCE. Fir, Inland, and Marine Insuranct. INSURANCE CO MP AN 7 OP NORTH AMERICA, Incorporated 1791. CAPITAL S500.00C ASSETS Jannarv 1 1871 83,050,530 Receipts of Premiums, ;o 12,096,154 Interests from Investments, isjo.. 137,050 -13,233,304 Losses paid In 1S70 11,136,941 STATEMENT OF THE ASSETS. First Mortgages on Philadelphia City Pro perty 1334 aw United States Government Loans 329:rj Pennsylvania' State Loans 169.310 Philadelphia City Loans 3o0,000 New Jet coy and other State Loans and City Ronds 825,610 Philadelphia and Reading Railroad Co., otner itauroaa .mortgage isoii'is and Loans 369.248 Philadelphia Bank and other Stocks 62.4H8 Cash In Rank SSl.tHS Loans on Collateral Security 81.4.44 Notes receivable and Marine Premiums unsettled 43S.420 Accrued Interest and Premium In course of transmission 83,801 Real estate, Offlce of the Company 30,000 13,050,536 Certfflcstas of Insurance tanned, payable in London at the Counting House of Messrs. ail jWN, SHIP- AKTUUR Q. C(H i ll, PBESIDENT. CHARLES PLATT, VICE-PRESIDENT. MATTHIAS MARIS. Secretary. V. II. KEKVES, Assistant Secretary. DIRECTOR ARTHUR G. COFFIN, SAMUEL W. JONES, JOHN A. BROWN, CHARLES TAYLOR, AMBROSE WHITE, WILLIAM WELSH, JOHN MASON. FRANCIS R. COPE, EUW. U. TROTTER, EDW. S. CLARKE, T. CHARLTON HENRY, i.rn.t,u u. jnsaur, LOUIS C. MADEIRA, CUAS. W. CUSUMAN, GEORGE L. HARRISON, OL.E..M bnt A. GRlSCOJf WILLIAM BROCKIE. 1829 CHARTER fgRfgTUAL. jgyi Frantlia Fire taraacs Ceipj OF PHILADELPHIA. Office, Nos. 435 and 437 0HESNUT St. Assets Jan. I , ,TML$3f087(452'35 CAPITAL 1400,00000 ACCRUED SURPLUS AND PREMIUMS. a,CS7,451 35 INCOME FOR 1871, LOSSES PAID IN 1870, $'i72,83l-70. i,zoo,oou. Losses I'ald Since 182D Nearly gc,ooo,uoo. The Assets of the "FRAN KLIN" are all invested In solid securities (over 2, 750,000 in First Bouds aud Mortgages), which are all Interest bearing and dividend paying. The Company holds no Bills Re ceivable taken I or insurances eiieciea. Pereetual and Temporary Policies on Ltbsral Terms. The Company also Issues policies upon the Rents oi ail k.inas oi uauuiugs, urouna itatiu aud Mortgages. DIRECTORS. Alfred G. Baiter, Hamnel Grant. Alfred Fltlor, Thomas Sparks, William S. Grant, Thomas H. EUls, Gustavus S. Benson. George W. Richards, Isaac Lea, Georee i'ales, BAKER, President. GEORGE FALES, Vice-President JAMES W. MCALLISTER, Secretary. THEODORE M. REGER, Assistant Secretary. ASBURY LIFE INSURANCE CO. LEMUEL BANGS, President. GEOItGE ELLIOTT, Vlce-Pres't and Sec'y. ELIOUY McCLINTOOK, Actuary. JAMES M. LONCACrlE, MAN AG Ell FOR PENNSYLVANIA AND DELAWA11E, Office, 302 WALKTJT Bt, Phlladelphl. H. C. WOOD, Jr., Medical Examiner. REV. 8. POWERS, Special Agent. A NTHRACITE INSURANCE COMPANY. INCORPORATED 1S54. f A UTL'U WUVfTTll & r. iifflw. Wn. B11 WALNUT 8treet. between Third and Fourth streets, Philadelphia. i niB uoiupniiy will lunula UKiiusi. uuma ur uaiuina 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 Anaenreld, John Ketcham, J. E. Baum, John B. Heyl, UamnJ II Unfhomial Win. M. au-a, John R. Biablston, W. F. Dean, Teter Sieger, WTT.T.TAM T'sSII RH. VrpHlrtenr. WM. t DEAN, Vice-President. W. M. Surra, Secretary ENCINES, MACHINERY, ETO. PPFt PENW STEAM ENGINE AND BOILER T ft U q f xu v w N K a KI K 4 LEVY. PRACTI CAL AND THEORETICAL ENGINEERS. MA- CUINISTS, lsuii.E-ii-aiAivE.no, DUAa-aJniiua, and FOUNDERS, having for many years been In uccessfdl operation, and been exclusively engaged In building ana repairing jnanuo auu nivec engines, mrh md inw Dressure. Iron Boilers, Water Tanks. Propellers, etc. etc., respectfully oiler their Servian to the public as being fuliy prepared to contract fot engines of all slzess, Marine, River, and Stationary; having seta of patterns of dlifetent sizes, are pre nHrert to execute orders with quick despatch. Every deserlDtion of pattern-making made at the shortcut nOUCe. illga auu IJOW l irnouiv hub muuiamuu Cylinder Boilers of the best Pennsylvania Charcoal Iron. Forglngs of all size and kinds. Iron and Brass Castings of all descriptions. Roll Turning, screw Cutting, and all other work connected With the above business, nrnwinpa and sneclUcatlons for all work doae the establishment free of charge, and work gua rttuivcu, . , ...... Th mihscrlbora have ample wharf dock-room fo repalra of boats, where they can lie In perfect Safety, anu are HUimcu mm pnui, uiuub, J Bin etc. etc., for n -y- JOHN P. LEVY, BEACH and PALMER Straeta. G 1RARB TUBE WORKS AND IRON OO., PHILADELPHIA, PA., Manufacture F.aln and Balvanlzed WKdUGHT-lRoN PIPE and Rnndrles for Gas and Steam Fitters, Plumbert Hachinisia, uaiung vu ucouoio, ctj. WORKS, TWENTY-THIRD AND FILBERT STREETS. OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE, NO. 48 N. FIFTH STREET. COTTON SAIL DUCK AND CANVAS, OF ALL U numbera ana uoum. icbs n,.tr Tkiw-kr. Alan. Vucwtr Manuriuv roren' Drier Fell, from thirty to aeventy-ai, u . " . . . u. U..lHnif bull mvlna V0, II CHUUCU Stxeet lOlil kwoii NAIL.RO AO LINES. )UILADELP1I1A AND REAUKNU RAILROAD. April 9, 1ST1. Depot THIRTEENTH and OALLOWHILL Streets. Until further notice tralus will Leave and Arrive as follows: TRAINS t.RAVK. Reading and Allentown Wav 7-30 a. m. HHrriMmrR and Pottsvlile Exprt-os 9-30 a. m. Phllaiiciphia and Pottsvlile W. Tr u 12 30 p. in. Harrlslpiirjr and Pottsvlllo Exprt-ss 81') p. in. Pottstown Accotniuodatlon 4-30 p. ra. Reading aud Pottsvlile Accommodation.. 615 p. lu, ON BUNIMYS. ToRradlrjr 8-noa m. To Pottsvlile 8.15 p. in. TRAINS ARRIVE. Pottstown Accommodation 8-45 a. m. Heading and pmisvllle Accommodation.. l'i-i) a. m. Harrlht)iirg and Pottsvlile Kxpress. l-o0p. in. Philadelphia and Pottsvlile W. Tr n 4-3) p. m. HarilHliurg and Pottsvlile Express 6-lS p. in. HarriRlmrg, Pottsvlile, aud Allentown Ac commodation 9-10 p. m. ON SUNDAYS. From rottsvllle 12 35 a. in. From Reading 7-in p. 111. The Sunday trains connect with similar trains on the Perklonien and Colebrookdale Railroads. For Downlngtown and points on Ohester Valley Railroad take 7-iio a. ni., 12-80 aud 4-30 p. m. For Schwenksvllle and points on Perklomen Rall rond take 7-30 a. m., 12-30 and 4-ao p. m. For Mr, Pleasant and points on Colcbrookdalc Railroad take 7-30 a, m. and 4 30 p. m. New York Express for Pittsburg and West. Trains leave New York at a. ru. and 6 p. m., pasmng hvading at 1 65 and lo-os p.m. connecting at HarrlKburg with Pennsylvania and Norlhi-ra Central trains for Chicago, Cincinnati, I'litsbur(', Baltimore, Wllllarasport. etc. Hleeplng-cars accompany these trains through be tween Jeisey ;ity aud Pittsburg without change. Trains for New York leave llarrisburg at 3U and 8-10 u. ni., aud 2 p. m. Additional train leaves New York, for Harrlsburg at 12 noon. For particulars see Guide Rooks, which can be ob ta'ned at S. K. corner of Ninth an I Chesnut stroetM. under Continental Hotel, No. fell chesnut street, and at all stations, without charge. Season, School, Mileage, and Commutation Tickets at reduced rates, 10 be had of S. Bra Iford, Trea surer, No. 227 South Fourth street, Philadelphia, or J. E. Wooten, Assistant Superintendent, Realliig. bTHKKT cars. The Thirteenth and Fifteenth, aud Race aud Vine streets, connecting witn other lines, run close to the depot. Baggage collected aud delivered by Dun gun's I'.aggHge Express. Orders left at Depot or at No. 218 S. Fourth street. Through tickets and bnggage checks to all princi pal points In Oil KeglonB, New York State, Canada, Went, and Northwest, may be obtained at the new Union Ticket Otllce, southeast corner of Ninth and Chesnut Btreets, under the Continental Hotel, or at No. 811 Chesnut street. Baggage cheeked from hotels and n-Mdcnces by the Union Transfer Co. GERMAN! OWN AND NORRISTOWN BRANCH. Depot, Ninth aud Green. ON AM AH Kit AI'HIL 3. TO OERMaNTOWN IS. 7. 7 15. 7 35, 8 31. 9 05. 10. 11 a. in. : 12, noon : 1. , 2 30, 315, 3M5, 4 05, 4 30, 6 05. 6 10, 6 45, 6, 6 30, 7, 8, 8 15, 9, 10 15, 11, 1140, 12 30, Hignr. SUNDAY 745. 9-os a. m. : 12 45. noon: 215.4 05. B 4(. 6 45, 7, and ir p.m. IiiU.il UJiltM AJNTUW 6, 6"25, 6 60, 7'25, 8'05, 810, 8 4S, 9, 9-25, 10, 11U5, 1155 a. m. ; 1, 1'55, 3, 3 31), 8 55, 4'45, 6,6 30,0, 610, 6 40, 7 10, 8, 9"05, 10, 10'30, 11-25 p. m. SUNDAY 810, 9-05 a. Dl. ; 105, 2 35, 3,5 55, 0, 9 50, ami lo 20 p. m. The 8 05 and 95 a. m. down trains, and r,-3o, 3-15, 5 05, and 5-45 up trains, will not stop on the German- town Branch. Passengers taking the 7 25 a. m. and 0 40 p. m. trains from Gerniaittown will make closs connec tions with the trains for New York at Intersection Station. TO CUESNUT HILL-C, 7, 7 S5, 9 05, 10. 12 a, m.. 2'3l, 8 45, 5-05, 5 45. 7. S, 9, 11, 11 4D p. ni. SI i DA 11 '45, 9 0S a. m., 12 45 noon, 2 15, 6 40, 6 45, 7 p. ID. I-ROM CHESNUT HI' L 0-10, 710, 70, 8 30, 910, 10-f(), 11-40 a. 1U., 1-40, 3 40, 5-45, 6125, 6 55, 8 50, 1015, 11-10 p.m. Sunday 7 60, 8-45 a, m., 12-45, noon, 2-15,6-40, 9 30, 10 p. m. TO CONSHOHOCKEN AND NORRISTOWN 6 05, 7-80, 9, and 1105 a.m., 12 05, m., 1-30, 3,4, 4-40, 5, 6 30, 6 15, 8 05, 10 20, and 11-45 p. in. Minoa i -so, v a. in., ran. a, i id. ana a .iu p. m. FROM NORRISTOWN-B-30, 6-30, 7, 7-10, 8, 9. 11 a. m., 1, S-30, 3-30, 4-30, 5 05, 6 15, 8, 10 p. in. Sunday t, a. m., i-io, o, 7, -su p. m. TO MANAVl'NK 6 115, 7-80,9.10 05, lt-05 a. m. 12 05 noon, 12'45, 1-80, 8, 4, 4 40, 5, 6-30, U'16, 7-05, 8-05, 9-05, 10-20, U-45 p. m. Sunday 7-30, , 9, 10 a. ru., 12-40 noon, 1-30, 210, 3, -4"!.T:i.5:8!lIV.,?: . ... FKOfll MAlxiil u:ik-o, d m, i a, s ro, s'-.w, 10-45. 11-30 8. m., 1-S8, 2 16, 3, 3 68, 5, 5'35, 6 45, 7-45, 8 30, 9-45, lb -30 p m. Sunday 7-30,9, 9 30, 10-50 a m., 1 30, 1-45, 3-10, C-30, 6, 7 30, 10 p. in. 1 T.i lUuUM II nPlNlrt TnntrA Plill ..lnhla at 7-80, 1 i-t'5 a. n. and 5 p. m. Leave Orelaud at 6-15, 10 a. in . and 3-30 p. m. Sunday Leave rmiaueipma ac v a. id. auu no p. ni. oUnoay Leavo uremt:u at u i-v a uj. auu 4 du )i, m. H he 7 40 a. m. tralu from Norristowu does not stop at Magee's, Pott s Landing, Domiuo or bchus' Lane. The S a. m. train from Norrlstown stops at Con shohockeu and Alanayunk only. The 4 p. ni. train up from Philadelphia Is the only train that stops at Domiuo Lane. Chester Valley Railroad Leave Philadelphia at 4-40 p. m. Leave Downlngtown at 6-4u a in. ITd.'nlxviue Train weaves riiiiancipuia at i-u p. VD. Leaves Pliumixvllie at 4 80 P. M. Passengers taking the 7 :io aud 7-35 and 6-30 p. m. trains lrom Ninth and Green streets will make close connection with trains for New Yors at Iuter section. The 12 30 and 5 p. m. trains irorn isew lorkstop at Interkection. W. A. JMCULLS, ' General Superintendent. NORTH PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD THE SHORT MIDDLE ROUTE TO THE L.EHIOU AND WYOMING-VALLEYS, NORTH ERN PENNSYLVANIA, SOUTHERN ANO IN H-T t1tl T T.TTT VAD Tr IITTTD A T ft t -4 I M II f ROCHESTER, THE GREAT LAKES, AND THE UOD0XN1UH UJf IJAIN ADA. WINTfcH ARKANUEJttKNT. Takes etleot December 19, 1870. Fifteen Daily Trains leave Passenger Depot, eorner of tterks and AmerUan streets (Sundays excepted), as follows: T OO A. liL. (AOOOmmouawon) lor rori wasning ten. . At T8( A.M. (Express), for Bethlehem, Easton, Al lentown, Mauch Chunk, WUkeabarre, Williams- port, xaananoy mty, iianeion, ruision, towanaa, Waverley.Elmlra, and In connection with the ERIE RAILWAY for Huflalo, Niagara Falls, RoohesUr, Cleveland, Chicago, Sas Franolsoo, and all points in the ureal west. s ui A. M. (Accommodation) ior uov test own. a. a M. A TM ) VvrifADfll ft9 Hat Vi laha m Ita mtnvt A 1- P fV X AIA ia'l vdv; v awuawuvM iiaivU aft" lentown, Mason Chunk, Wllliamsport, Mahanoy City, Wilkesbarre, Plttston, Soranion, Haoketts town, Seheoley'i Mountain, and M. J. Central and Morris and Essex Railroads. 11 A. M. (Aooommouauonj ior vort waswngion 1-16 and 6 20 and 8 II P. M., for Ablngton. I'tO MT t ill. C-&rVDD IUI VHbUlVUBIU. OMWUi All lentown. Mauoh Chunk, Mahanoy City, Wilkes barre. Plttston, and Uatleton. ...... ni tL.n....l r. U.H Ul..n, D.am .1 8 -80 P. M. (Aooommoaation) ior uoyiesiowa. At 1-20 P. M. (Bethlehem Aoootnmodatlon) for Bethlehem, taston, Aiientown, ana copiay. 4-is v. ni. (main ior uoviesiown. t oo P. M. fer Hethlehem, Easton, Allentown, and Mauoh Chunk. s uo p. M. i Accommoaationi ior Lansaaie. 11 ao P. M. (Aoooinmodatlon) for Port Washing ton. . . . . . . The Fifth and sixth streets. eeona ana mira streets, and Union Lines City Cars run to the TRAINS ARRIVE IN PHILADELPHIA FROM Bethlehem at 8 , ana 1U'B a. m.; x-16, 6-06, and 186 r. iu. Doyiestown ai exs a. hi., rtu ana a as tr, m. Lanmlale at 7 -80 A. M. Fort W ashlngton at 9-20 and 11-30 A. M., 8-10 P.M. Ablngton at IW, o oo, anu v oo r. uu CN SUNDAYS. Philadelphia for Bethlehem at 9 80 A. M. Philadelphia lor Doyiestown at K-00 P. liL, Doyiestown for Philadelphia at T A. M. itethlehem for Phlladelnhla at 4-00 P. M. TiAbata sold and baxKtK checked throutk to principal points at Mann's North Pennsylvan a UeO. 1. 1BJU. ji-uuxo miaaa, aih Wf EST J K B SET BAILBOADS. . . a ,n, ,lm n. vi Tin l t . mrTn r A i. Lj AMI vviiiiOiiv annnniicTirinii COMMENCING MONDAY, SJElTKMBEii 19, 1870. 'i raiOB wiu leave ruunuDiiiu as luuunii x rum foot of Market street (upper ferry), VlO A. W.., rasseuger iur onuRoion, oaiem, Swedeeboro, yineland, idlllvllle, and way slauons. 11 46 A. M.. Woodbury Aooouimouatiwu. i.u V M . t'uuuritr. rtor CaDtt Mm. Mtllvtlln. unit w Aw . . . - - . m I - " 1 .Ins rituflBhAm. W.J IlilrtUB Wi.UWHi'v." 8-80 P. rasseDger ior tmugetoa, baiem, Cwa.i auk.-n .nil u.ii atCLtinnS K.UA U HI A n nurn in nil at 4. n t CiT W OAtl hi! r fl fiau iKiro, wiayvou, owvueauorv, ui luwiiucuwuiiiii vn'ur. Freight Train leaves Camden dally, at 18 M. WILLIAM. J bEWill-L, buoerluuindeat RAILROAD LINES. lum -for NEW YOKK THL CAMDEN XU IU, ai ana Atnooy and rhIIsloIjhla and Trsn. d ComraRle' lino lrom Philadelphia ton R&llrotvd to New York and Way Places. J, "ALBCT BTRRST WgASf, At 7 A. M.. Mail and AArnmrr.mlatlr.n tH flan. den and Auiboy, a.d at8S0 P. M., Aooomrooda tloo. via Cftnjden j jorsay ot y. At 2 and 6 P. 31., tor Amboy and intermediate itai tlons. At 7 A. M. and S lia P. M. for Freehnl.1 .n,1 Vir. mlngdaie. At . and 10 A. M., 13 M., I, 8 80, and I P. M. for Trenton. ,l7,n? ? ' M-' M- 8-89' 7, and il oO I . M. (or Hordeuton, t'lorenoe, I-SurUa'.on" Kdirewater, Hoveriv. DeUnao. KlversMe. lcir. toe and Palmyra, At 7 and 10 A. LI.. 12 M.. s. B. T. nd ii np. m. for FlBh Houee. The 11-80 r. M. Hue lcavos from Ma.rlit Ktrrat Ferry (upper side). TROM WUST IlilLADBPHIA DMPOT, At -80 and 9-46 A. M lH'J. 8-10. fc-so. A id anfl 19 P. M., New lork Express Idnos, and at 1180 P. HI., Line, via Jersey City. At 780 and V-46 A. M.. 1-10 3-lfi s an 1 11 1,4 11 P. M. fot Trenton. At 9 4 a. M. l-io, s-48 nnd 13 P. M. for Bristol. At lii P. M. (rtsftt) for Morrisvllie, Tuliytown, Scl!eTct'g, Edrilnaton, t'ornweiio, Torrosdale, HolResburjr Janotlon, Taoouy, Wlssinomloir, HrliesburK, aad Frank ford. Smd.iv L'nes leave at B-46 A. M.. 8 41 P. IVT . n.l IS night. RO KBKRinaTOH DK POT. At T-80 A. M.. 2B0. 8 80. anil k P.M. tnr IVitntnn snd Uristol, and at '8d A. CI. and b P. for Bristol. At 7-80 A. M., a rw, ard 6 r. M.. for Morrisvllie end Tuliytown. At 7-sn and B30 A.M., 8-80, 6, ana e V. til. Scbenok-s. Eddlnton, Uorawells, Torrwdale, for and At 7 A M.. 12 E0. 6-16. and T S0 P. RT. for Hnitl. ton, UoliDenhurn, and Holmesbur Junction. Ai I u SU A. Bl., li-80, i SO, 6 16, 6, and 7-80 r. M. lor Tacony, wipsinomlnir, BrldeMburi', and Frank ford. VIA BELVinKRB DKf-AWAHB F An. ROAD, At T-80 A.M. for Miurara Kails. HuiIaIo. Ita. kirk, Elmlra, Rochester, Syracuse, Oroat Beud, wiiourr .uuuuioy u mouniain, eio. At 7 30 A. M. and 8-80 P. M. for Saranton. Stroudstnrs, Water (Jap, Bolvldere, Easton, Lam bertvllle, Flomtnxton, etc. At 6 p. M. for La ui bertvllle and Intermediate stations. FROM KAKKHT BTBHHT FPKRt (UPP3B 8ID1), VUIIKW Ja"1Y SOTTTHKRN BAILaOAD At 11 A. M. for Now Yorlt. Lonit Branch, and lnteriuodate places. VIA CANDBN ANO BtHLIHftTON COUNTT RAILROAD. At 6-46 and 11 A. M., 1, a 30, S-30, 6, and e-8o P. M., nnd on Thursday and Saturday nights at 11-80 P. M. for Merchantsvl'.lc, Mooretown, Hartford, Maconylile, Halnesport, and Mount Holly. At 6-46 A. It;.. -80 and 6 80 P. M. for Lnmberton ano Med lord. At6 45 and 11 A.M., 8 80, 6, and fl-80 P.M. for Smith. vllie, EwanslHe, Vtcccntown, Birmingham, and Pemberton. At 6-46 A. M., 1 and 8-80 P. M. for Lewlstown. WrlabtEtown, CooUstown. New Eurvpt, Horaors- town, Cream Ridge, lmlaystown, Sharon, and UlklllPIOWD. Dec. 13. VB70. ffg, H. (JATZMER, Asent. PENNSYLVANIA CEI4TRAL RAijIUATr. AFTER 8 P.M.. SUNDAY, APRIL 10, 1870.; The trains cf the Pennsvl.vanla Centm. K .t;rrH leave the Depot, at THIRTY-FIRST and MAR. JiiiT treet8, wuicu is reached directly by the Mar- ..h DllvOL u.ipi tu. in., UBi ji;uuuuuu Wltli Tn ES. train leaving Front and Market streets tUuiy mlrutes bolore Its departure. The Cheanu, and wainnt streets ears run witun ene square of the Deiiot. bleeplnx-oar tlokets can be had on epn'Icatlon at the Ticket Oifioe, N. W. eorner Ninth aJ Ches nut streets, and at the Depot. Agents or the Union Transfer Company will sail for and deliver baitavaat the depot. Orde -sleft at No. 601 Chesnut street, or No. 110 Markst ctreet, will receive attention. TR AIMS LBAVa DBl'OT. Pittsburg Express .... 12'11 A. M. I'.tjn Mawr Accommodation . . S-.td A. 3L Maii'lriUu , I'iKam. Lock Haven and Elmlra Kypreps . . 8-40 A. M. Paoll AeoomiEodatlon.lO-lO A.M.Ji 1-10 and 7-10P.M. l astune ...... .ia-40P. M. ErleEjprei.8 ia-40 P. M. Hairisburg Accommodation ... 2-80 P. M. Lanoaetor Auoommodaclon ... 4-10 P. M. Parkesburg Train ... . 6 80 P.M. Cincinnati Express . .... 8 00 P.M. Erie mail anu uunaio express . , 10-00 P. M. I'acilio KjipieaB jo-00 P. M.. Vint rftnger Trln ... . . ll-io P. ai. Erie nail leaved daily, running on Saturday nlxht to W Hilr.msport only, ilinulnnntt Kxnrt-ss. Paclflo Exorau. nn.l Tio Mail uvtl lii'tl'ulo Ejn6s leave dallv. ai ottier nairs daily except Sunday. The Western AcoomuiouaUon Train runs dally, except suiuay. tor this tram tickets muf.t bepro- cured and baiKaje delivered by 6 P. M. at No. 116 Market strebt. Sunday Iraln No. 1 leaves Philadelphia at 8 40 A. M.j ai rives at Paoil at 8 40 a. M. Sunday Train Im. a leases Philadelphia at 8-40 P. M.i ar rives at Paoll at 7-40 P. M. Sunday Train No. 1 leaves Paoll at (J-60 A. M.j arrives at Philadelphia at 810 A. M. Sunday Train No. a leaves Paoll at 6 00 P. M.-, arrives at Philadelphia at e u. T8A1KB ARRIVS AT D8POT. Cincinnati Express . -10 A. M Philadelphia Express . . 7 00 A. M Erie Mall . ... 7-00 A. M lsryn Mawr Accoirmodatlon . . 7-40 A. M. Paoll Aoooitimodat'n, u ao a. fiL 8 -CO k e-40 P. m. ParkeeburK Train 9 00 A. M. Fast Line and Buffalo Express . . 9 60 A.M. Lanoaater Train 12 20 P. M. Erie Express 6-46 P. M. Lock Haven and Eltaira Expresi , 6-46 P. M. Paclno Express 8 25 P. M. Southern Express . ... 6-46 P. M. HarTlsbmrn Acoommodatlon , , M0 P. M. For lurtber intormatlon apply to ' JOHN T. VAN LEER, J R.. Ticket Agent. No. 901 CHESNUT Street. FRANCIS FUNK, Ticket Agent. No. US MARKET Street, SAMUEL H. WALLACE, Ticket Agent at the Depot. The Pennsylvania Railroad Company will not aBsnme any risk for Baggage, except for Wearing Apparel, and limit their resoonelbluty to One Hun dred Dollars In value. All Baggage exooedlc that amount In value will be at the risk of the owner, unless taken by special contract. A. J. CASSATT, General Superintendent, Altoona, Fa. THE PHILADELPHIA ANT) BALTIMORE CEN TRAL RAILROAD. CHANdfi OF HOURS. On and after MONDAY, April '24, 1871, trains will run as follows : Leave Philadelphia from depot or P. W. B. R. It, corner Broad street and Wash ington avenue: For Port Deposit at 7 A. M. and 4-30 P. M. For Oxlord at 7 A. M., 4 80 P. M aRd 7 P. M. For oxford Wednesdays and Saturdays only at 880 P. M. For Chadd's Ford and Chester Creek Railroad at T A. M., 10 A- M., 4-30 P. M., and 7 P. M. W'ediies days and Saturdays only 2-30 p. M. Train leaving Philadelphia at 7 A. M. connects at Port Deposit with train for Baltimore. Trains leaving Philadelphia at 7 A. M. and 4-80 P. M. connect at Chadd a Ford Junction with the Wilmington and Readiuar Railroad. Trains for Philadelphia leave Port Deposit at 9-23 A. M. and t-20 tr. u., on arrival of trains irom waiu ruore. Oxford at 6 -OS A. M., 10-30 A, M. and 5-30 P. M. Sundays at 6-30 P. M. only. Chadd's Ford at 7-26 A. M., 11-P8 A. M., 4-20 P. M., nnd 6-4S P. M. Sundays 6-49 P. M. only. Passengers are allowed to take wearing apparel nnir ns baneaire. and the aomoanvwlll not In any case be responsible for an amount exceeding one hundred dollars, unless special contract Is made for the same. iian i w wu. General Superintendent. PHILADELPHIA AND ERIE RAILROAD. The trains on the Philadelphia and Erie Rail road will run as iouowe irom me reuusyivouut aw road Depot, West Philadelphia: WKrtTW AHO. MAIL TRAIN leaves Philadelphia ,40 P. M. " WtlUamsport 7-26 A. M. arrives at Erie. 7-40 P. M ERIE EXPRESS leaves Philadelphia. ...12-20 A. M. " " Wllliamsport... . 80 P. M. arrives at Erie. 7-40 A. M. vvMTRA MAIL leaves PhlladeJohla 9 80 A. M, ' " WiiUanibOort.... 6-35 P. M. ' arrives at Lock Haven . . 1 f P. M. KASYWARD. MAIL TRAIN leaves Krie 9-00 A. M. " Wllliauisoort 10-OB P. M. arrives at Philadelpnla.... 6-60 A. M. ERIE EXPRESS leaves Erie 9-00 P. M, " WllllaiuHPort... 8-26 A. M, arrives at Philadelphia, C-30 P. M. ELM IRA MAIL leaves Lock Haven s-io A. m, " WilllaiusDort 9-25 A. M " arrives at Plilladelphla. .. 6-30 P. M. TiTTFFALO EXP. leaves Willlauispoit.... 12-35 A. M, " " Suuburv 9 30 A. M. arrives at Philadelphia.. 9 40 A. M. Ki cress. Mall, and Accouimodation. east aud West, couueit at Corry, and all west iKiund trains aud Mail and Accommodation east at lrviueton with Oil Crtek aud Allegheny Ktver ltauroua. WM. A. BALDWIN, Ueuersi bupexlateadent, RAILROAD LINESi PHILADELPHIA, WILM1NOTON, AND BAL TIMORE RAILROAD. TIMK TAMr.R. . COMMEWOlrTO MONDAY. NOVEMBER 91. HT0. Trains will lev Depot, corner of Broad street and waf hlnrton avenue, as fniiowv- Wav Mall Train ata-so a. m rsi,nrinnL1l. for Br.ltlmore, stopi.n(f at all regular stations. Connecting at Wilmington with Dolaware Railroad Line, at Clayton with Smyrna Branch Railroad and Maryland and Delaware Railroad, at liar riegton with Junction and Breakwater Railroad, at Seaford with Dorchester and Delaware Rail road, at Delmar with Eastern Shore Railroad, and at Sallsbnrr with Wicomico and Pooomohs Rr'l. road. Express Train at 1146 A. M. (Sundays exoeptnd), for Baltimore Mid Washington, stopptng at Wil. mlnvton, f erryvllle, and Havre-de-(lraoe. Cen nocts at Wllmlngto i-Hb train for New Castle. Express Train at 4 P. M. xndays excepted), for Baltimore and Washington, stopping at Chester, Thurlow, Llnwood, Claymont, Wilmington, New port, Stanton, Newark, Elkton, North Em;, Chr.rleHtown, Perry villa, Iiavr-de-race, Aber deen. Perryman's, Edgewcod, Magnolia, Chase's and Stemmer's Run. Night Express at 11-80 P.M. (Pally), for Balti more aRd Washington, stopping at Chester, Lln wood, Claymont, Wlimluglon, Newark, Elkton, North East, PerryvlUe, iiavre-de-Ur(, Perry mac's, and Magnolia. Paspengers lor Fortress Monroe and Norfolk will take the 11-46 A. M. train. WILMINUTOH TRAINS. Storrlnr a.t all utallnr.n hotnann I'hlln. lntnh'm and WllmTnirton. Leave Phila'lelphia at 11-00 A. M., S-80, 6-00, act I-Ob P. M. The 6 00 1'. JU. train oonneois with Dela ware RaUroad for Mil ford aud intermediate stations. Leave Wilmington 0-46 and 810 A. M., 8 00. 4 04. and 7-lfi P. M. The 810 A. M. train will not eti between Chester and Philadelphia. The 7-1B P. M. train from Wilmington runs Dally; all other ao oonimodatlon trains Sundays exoepted. l rains leaving Wilmington at 0-46 A. M. ana 4-oo P. M. will connect at Lamokln Junction with the T-00 A. M. and 4 80 P. M. tra'us for Baltimore Cen ral Railroad. From Baltimore to Philadelphia. Leave Balti more 7-26 A.M., Vibj Mall; 9-K3 A. M., Express; 8-86 P. M., Express; 7-U5 P. M., Expresa. Ol llllAI litAlD r KUJH HAL.TlMUtt2i. Leaves Baltimore at 7-26 P. M.. Btoopluc at Mm- nolia. Ferryman's, Aberdeen, Havro-de-Graoe, Pei- ryvllle, Charlestown, North Eatt, Elkton, Newark, Stanton, Newport, Wilmington, Claymont, Lin- wooa, ana unesier. Throuirh tickets to all points West. .South, and Southwest may be prooured at ticket oifloe. No. 628 Chesnut street, under Continental Hotel, where also State Rooms and Berths In Sleeping Cars can be secured during tLe day. Persons purchasing tlokets at this oifioe can have baggage checked at their residence by the Urien Transfer Company. Jtl. Jr. ittMNiSI, inperinwnoert. UfEST CHESTER AND PHILADELPHIA RAIL ROAD COMPANY. On and after MONDAY, April 24. Trains will leave and arrive at the Depot, THIRTY- FIRST and CHESNUT Streets, as follows: FROM PHILADELPHIA For West Chester at 7-25 and 10 A. M., 8-30, 7-10, and 11 -30 P. M. Stops at all stations. For Westchester at 4-45 P. M. This train stops only at stations between Media and West Chester (Greenwood excepted). For B. !. Jnnctlor-, 8 80, 6-J50 A. M., 12 M., and 4 and S-gO P. TVL Stops at aU stations. The 5-30 P. M. will run to West Chester onoamnuys. r OK 1 1111- AUr.l.l li 1A From West Chester at 85o and 10 A. M., 2, 6, and 6-r P. M. Stops at all stations. From West Chester at 7-35 A. M. This train stops only at stations between West Chester and Media (Greenwood excepted). from B. C. Junction at 6-2!, 8-10 A.M..12M., 4 and 0 1. M. Stops at al) stations. A train will leave West Chester for Philadu'.plua at 6 A.M. ever? Monday. ON SUNDAY Leave Philadelphia at 9 A. S3, and 2 so P. M. Leave West Chester at ,7 A. M. and 5 P-M. II. lv. haiitu. snpennwinaBot LUMHfcH 1QT1 SPRUCE JOIST. Loll SPRUCE JOIST. 1871 HEMLOCK., HEMLOCK. 1 Orr-t SEASONED CLEAR FINE. lO 1 SEASONED CLEAR P1NM. 1871 CHOICE rAHliltix flNK. BPANISH CEDAR, FOR PATTERNS, RED CEDAR, ICI FLORIDA FLOORING. lOIJ CAROLINA FLOORING. VIRGINIA FLOOKINO. DELAWARE FIAJORING. A8H FLOORING. WALNUT FIAHiRINQ. FLORIDA STEP BOARDS. RAIL PLANK. IU71 WALNUT BOARDS AND PLANK. IQiJi lO 1 1 WALNUT BO VRD3 AND PLANK. I O I I WALNUT BOARDS. WALNUT FLANK. IOfT UNDERTAKERS' LUMCFR. 1 . n Oil UNDERTAKERS' LUMBER. IOI J RED CEDAR. WALNUT AN DPINE. 10-71 SEASONED POPLAR. IQ-i IB i 1 SEASONED CHERRY. 10 I J ASH, WHITE OAK PLANK AND BOARDS. HICKORY. 1071 CIGAR BOX MAKERS' lO1 lbll CIGAR BOX MAKERS' 10 i 1 SPANISH CEDAR BOX BOARDS, FOR SALE LOW. inni CAROLINA SCANTLING. 1071 lOll CAROLINA H. T. SILLS. 10 I 1 NORWAY SCANTLING. 1871 CEDAR SHINGLES. 1 QT1 CYPRESS SHINGLES. 10 I 1 MAULB, BROTHER h. CO., No. 2600 SOUTH Street 1JANEL PLANK, ALL THICKNESSE3. COMMON PLANK, ALL TUlCKNESSiia. 1 COMMON BOARDS. 1 and S SIDE FENCE BOARDS. WHITE PINE FLOORING BOARRS. YELLOW AND SAP PINE FLOORINGS, 1 an tit SPRUCE JOIST. ALL SIZES. HEMLOCK JOIST, ALL SIZE8. PLASTERING LATH A SPECIALTY, Together with a general assortment of Bulldlni Lumber for sale low for cash. T. W. SMALTZ, 11 80 em No. 171B RIDGE Avenue, north of Poplar St PLUMBING, OAS FITTING, ETO. PANCO AST & MAULE, T1IIK1) and VEAll Streets, Plain and Galvanized Wrought and Cast Iron Pipes For Gas, Etf am and Water. FITTINGS. BIIASS WORK, TOOLS, BOILER TU3IS. Flpe of all Sizes Cut and fitted to Order CARD. Having sold HENRY B. PANCOA8T and FRAN CIS I. MAULE (gentlemen in our euiploy f ir seve ral vears past) the Istoclc, Goodwill and Fixtures of our RETAIL ESTABLISHMENT, located at the corner of THIRD aud PKAR Streets, in this city, that branch of our business, together with that of UEATiNO- and VENTILATING PUBLIC and PRI VATE BUILDINGS, both by STEAM and HOT WATER, in all Its various systems, will be uarrled on under the Arm name of PANOOASf MAULE, at the old stand, and we reoommeud them to the trade and business public as being entirely compe tent to terform all worlt of that character- MORRIS, TAriKER & CO. Philadelphia, jan. 88, 1S7Q. 7. T. 1A8TON. MUAHOM. T7AHXOCC A fflcMAIIOPI BBIPPTXG ASD COMMISSION tfBRCZIASTS, No. S COENTIES SLIP. New York, No, 18 SOUTH WHARVES, Philadelphia, No. 46 W. PRATT STREET, Baltlinore. We are prepared to aldp every description Oi Freight to Philadelphia, New Yort, WUmU-Vton an UitenimdlaU tAr,U with promptness aud despatch. Caual Bouts an i iLadO-tU8 IiiniliUel L. tua Htwriajal I touoe. AUCTION SALES. M THOMAS fc SONS, AUCTIONEER". NOS 13 and 141 S, FURTII Street. Sslo No. i.-2! Walnut strot. SITERIOR llousniol.T) KURNITURE, Mill Rons', CARPETS. ETC. On Wertmsdav Morning, Apill$, at 10 o'clock, by catalogue, the snporlir walnut and manoany furniture, etc., etc. 4 U 2t Kxtcnsive Psle Ht the A action Rooms. SUPFRK'R HOI'SLHOLIJ F V KN rri'KB, WAL NUT, PARLOR, AND CHAHIiKK SUITS. Two Rooewi od Pliiuos, French Plite Mantel aud Pier Mirrors, Fine Sprlug and Ilulr Mattrswe, Feather Bedu, China, Glassware, Pewlng M ihiiie. Refrigerators. Ptoven, Fine Velvet, lirus Sels, aiitl ether Carpets, Matting, Etc. On Ti urgriay Mortitng, April 87, at 9 o'clock, about 800 lots Huperlor House hold FutLlturc, comprlsiug a general ns-ort-ment. 4 25 n Sale No. 1 Urban n a PI ice. GOODWILL AND FIXTUKE8 OF AN ELECTROPLATING- K8TAHLISHMENT. On Thurgdav Morning, At 10 o'clock, at No. 1 Urtnna PUce, brttwenn Market and Filbert, above Ninth street, tho vmU wlll and llxtures. 4 25 jt II KNRY W. fc B. SCOTT, JR., AUCTION liliitS. No. 1129 1 11 LSNLT Street ((ilrard Row). rfliOMAS BIRCH A SON, AUCTIONEERS ANO 1 COMMISSION MERCHANTS. No. 1110 Ciies NUT Street; rear entrance No. Hot Sansoin street. PUBLIC SALE OF FINE TABLE AND BED ,'T.IN ENS. This Eveninsr. At 7tf o'clock. Birch fc Son, a lc.tioneers, will hold a Bale of line table and bed lineus, quilts, towels, etc., at the'r Store, No. 1H0 CheRimt street, to ena ble those who cannot leave their business during thti day to purchase some of the bargains. it Sale at No. Hut Chesnut street. STOCK OK FINE LINEN, HOUSKK KEl'tNCl GOODS, TABLE CLOTHS, I) I MASK NAPKINS. TOWELS, MARSEILLES OUILTS, ETC. On Mouilay, Tuesday, and We iiirartay Mornings, April ?4, 25, and V0, At 10 o'clock, at the Anction Store, No. 1110 Ches nut stree t, will be sold, a stock of goods, consisting of Splendid damask table cloths and napkins of every variety. I.Hh n sheetings and pillow-case linen. l ine Marseilles quilts. Fine towels in (treat varlctv. Ladles' and gentlemen's handkerchiefs. Russia crash, etc 4 21 4t Sale at No. RC3 North Eleventh street. nANDS'JMK PARLOR AND CHAMBER FURNI TURE, VELVET AND BRUSSELS CARPETS. MIRRORS, LACE CURTAINS, 1.TC. On Wednesday Morning, April 20, at 10 o'clock, at No. 863 North Eleventh s'reet, will be sold, the furniture of a family declining housekeeping, comprising E'egant parlor fiirniiuie, covered with satiu brocaielle; French plate pier inliror; Ince cnrtslns; velvet, Brussels, aid Ingrain carpets; walnut chamber, sitting, and dlntug-rnom lnrniture; cottage suits; bedding; chini; kitchen furniture, etc. catalogues will be ready at the auction store on Tuesday. 4 24 2t 'ale at No. 8030 Cberry street. WALNUT HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, BRUS SELS AND OTHER CARPETS, ETC. On Thursdav Morning, At 10 o'clock, at No. 2030 Cherry street, will bo Fold, Mie furniture of a family declining housekeep ing, comprising Brussels and'lngrain carpets; walnut parlor furniture in hair-cloth; walnut chamber suits; wardrobes; extension dining table; patent reclining chair ; mattresses and bedding; centre ami bouquet tables; china; glassware; kitchen furniture, etc. Catalogues can be had at the auction store on Wednesday 4 25 at UNTING DURBOROW CO., AUCTIONEER. Nos. 833 and 834 MARKET street, corner OX Bank street. Successors to John B. Myers A Co. LARGE SALE OF BRITISHj FRENOT, GERMAN, AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS. On Thursday Morning, April 87, at 10 o'clock, on 4 months' credit. 4 2'. 6t SALE OF CARPETING8, OIL CLOTHS, 500 ROLLS WHITE AND RED CHECK CANTON MAT TINGS, ETC., On Friday Morning, April 83 at 11 o'clock, on four months' credit. 4 22 Bt LARGE SALE OF FRENCH AND OTHER EURO PEAN DRY GOODS, On Alourlnv Mornliiir. T4 89 OS May 1, at 10 o'clock, on four months' credit. B- Y BARR1TT "COAUCTIONEERa CASH AUCTION HOUSE, No. 230 MARKET Street, corner of Bank street. Cash advanced on consignments without extra charge. 11 S4i lPriNCOTT, SON Si CO., AUCTIONEERS. Nos. 221 MARKET and 810 CHURCH Street C CONCERT HALL AUCTION ROOMS, No, 1911 J CHESNUT Street. T. A. MCCLELLAND, AUCTIONEER. Personal attention given to sales of household fu nit ure at dwellings. Publio sales of furniture at the Anction Room,. No. 1819 Chesnut street, every Monday and Thorn dav. For particulars aeo "Public Ledger." N. B. A superior ciaas of furniture at private BAH 11 E N R Y MOLTEN. AUCTIONEER. BY HENRY MOLTEN A CO.. Salesroom, Nob. 81 and 23 MERCER Street, New ioik. REGULAR TRADE SALE OK FUR AND WOOL HATS, LADIES' AND GENTS' READY-MADE FURS, STRAW, FELT. AND VELVET GOODS, Every THURSDAY during the season. Cash advances made on consignments wlthou, additional charges. 8 8 PITY ORDINANCES. AN ORDINANCE To Set Apart and Appropriate the Pre mises and Lot of Ground now known as the Spring Garden Hall for School Purposes. Section 1. The Select and Common Councils of the city of Philadelphia do ordain, That the lot of ground situate at the northwest corner of Sprint; Garden and Thirteenth streets, and the building thereon erected, known as the Spring Garden Hall, containing in front on Spring Garden street one hundred and twelve feet, and in depth along Thirteenth street one hundred and lifty feet to Brandywine street, be and the same is hereby set apart and appropriated for school purposes ; and the Commissioner of City Property is hereby authorized to notify the several tenants tow occupying' eald premises or any part thereof to leave the same at the expiration of their several terms, the city requiring the possession of said premises. v HENRY HUIIN, President of Coumou Council. Attest Benjamin II. Haines, Clerk of Select Council. SAMUEL V. CATTELL. President of Select Council. Approved this twenty-first day tf April, Anno Domini one thousand eight hundred and seventy-one (A. D. Wl). 3 K DANIEL M. FOX, Mayor of Philadelphia. HARDWARE, ETO. CUMBERLAND NAIL8 S4'C5 Per Keg. These Nails are known to be the beet in the market All nails, no -w aste, and cost no more than other brands. L Each keg warranted to contain 100 pounds of Nana. Also, a large assortment 01 nne umifes, ik;.o, u Knobs. Salld Bronze, suitable for llrst-class build ings, at the great Cheap.for-Cabh Hardware Store oi J, II. SUA SO, S 14 tuthsS No. 1009 MARKET Street. Savery'i Patent Combined Wuifr Cooler and REFRIGERATOR U,.u imwuil nuitif t.i t minarior tO) any in the market. Call and ex amine. JAOOn F. HA".-., Depot, No, m MARJUtr BtreeU 9