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INSURANCE. DELAWARE MUTUAL 8AFKTT INSURANCH COMPANY. Incorporated by the Legislature of Pennsylvania, 1838. Office S. B. corner of TniRD and WALNUT Streets. Philadelphia. MARINE INSURANCES on vessels, Cargo, and Freight to all parts of ue t world. i INLAND INSURANCES & Goods by river, canal, lake, and land carriage to - all parts of the Union. FIRE INSURANCES n Merchandise generally; on Stores, Dwellings, . ", Houses, etc . ASSETS OF THE COMPANY, November 1, 1870. ,000 United States Six Per Cent ' Loan (lawful mone).'. 1333,875 00 . t9O,O0O State of Pennsylvania Six Per Cent. Loan 814,000-0C 100,000 City of Philadelphia 81x Per Cent. Loan (exempt from. Tax) 804,162-50 164,000 State of New Jersey Six Per Cent. Loan 168,930-00 80,000 Pennsylvania Railroad First Mortgage Six Per CU Bonds. 80,700-OC 85,000 Pennsylvania Railroad Second Mortgage Six Per Ct. Bonds. 85,880-00 88,000 Western Pennsylvania Rail road Mortgage Six Per Cent. Bonds (Pennsylvania Rail road guarantee) 80,000-00 su,uuu otaie oi a enneBsee rive rer ui. Loan 18,000 00 1,000 State of Tennessee Six Per Ct. Loan 4,20000 is,ow rennsyivania nauroaa uom- pany (2ao shares Stock) 16,000-00 S.000 North Pennsvlvania Rn.11ron.il Company (100 8hares Stock) . . 4,800-00 iu,uuu rntianeipnia ana Bontnern Mail Steamship Company (SOsh's Stock) 4,000-01 L650 Loans on Bond and Mortfraare. first liens on City Properties.. 961,450-00 ll.S60.160 Par. C'St, 11.364,447-34. M"ktvl 11.293667 -Of Real Estate 66,000-60 Bills Receivable for Insur ances made 830,971-87 vaiances one at Agencies Premiums on Marine Policies Accrued Interest and Jthcr debts dne the Com pan,' 93,375 40 Stock and Scrip, etc., oi sun drv corporations. 47950. estl- mared value 8,919-00 Uaah.. I4a,m8 1,880,797-9T DIRECTORS. Thomas c. Hand, Samuel it. stokes, William G. Boulton, Edward Darlington, H. Jones Brooke, Edward Lafourcade. jonn v. l-avis, ?dmnnd A. Bonder, oseph E. Seal, James Traqnalr, Henry Sloan, Henry C. Dallett, Jr.,; James C. Hand. "William c. Ludwlg, Hugh Craig, John D. Taylor, George W. Bernadon, Wm. C. Houston, Jacob Rlejrel, jacoD p. Jones, James B. McFarland, Joshua P. Eyre, Spencer Mcllvalne, Thomas P. Stotesbnry. John B. Semple, Plttsb'rg, a. d. uerger, nttsourg, D. T. Morsran. Plttsborff. H. Frank Robii.Hon, inuMAB u. hajnjj, rresiaenc. JOHN C DAVIS, Vice-President. Hxkbt Ltlbckn, Secretary. Hsnht Ball, Assistant Secretary. ASBURY LIFE insurance; CO. C. C. NORTH, President. A. V. STOUT, Vice-President. EMORY McCLINTOCK, Actuary. JAMES M. LONGACRE, MANAGER FOR PENNSYLVANIA AND DELAWARE, Office, 302 WALNUT St., Philadelphia. A. E. ML PURDY, M. D., Medical Examiner. REV. 8. POWBHS, Special Agent. Union Mutaal Insurance Comaw OK PHILADELPHIA. INCORPORATED 1804. Fire, Mai Id e, and Inland Insurance. Office, IT. E. Cor. THIRD and WALNUT LOSSEW PAID SINCE FORMATION, 37,000,000. ASSETS OF TIIK COMPANT, JANUARY 1, 1871, 8255,39789. RICHARD S. SMITH, President. JOHN MOSS, Secretary. People's Fire Insurance Crapy, Wo. 511 WAL.HUT Street. CHARTERED 1889. Fire Insurance at LOWEST RATES consistent With security, Loases promptly adjusted and paid. NO UNPAID LOSSES. Assets 'December 81, 1870 1128,851-78 CHAS. E. BONN, President. GEO. BUSCH, Jr., Secretary. T N C O R PO RAT ED I UAKUU dl, 10. FIHE ASSOCIATION, NO, Hi NOKTH FIFTH STREET, PHILADELPHIA. CAPITAL. ..&500,000. ASSETS. JANUARY 1, 1871, l,7O5,31U-07, STAl t.UhNi UF TUJfi Assax s. Bonds and Mortifiees 11,646,907-92 Oround Rents ... V'lfiW 3 ' Real Estate 65,920-70 U. S. GOV. 6-20 Bonds. 45,000-00 Cash on hand 84,9-6a fl.705,319-07 DIRECTORS. .William H. Hamilton, J esse Llcbtf oot, ' ' John carrow, George I. Young, Joseph R Lyndiill, Levi P. Goats. Robert -shoemaker, Peter Armbruster, M, H. Dickinson, Peter Williamson, Joseph E. bchell. Samuel Bparhawk tiamuel Flovd. WM. H. HAMIL'I ON, President. BAMi'KL KPAKIIAWK, Vice-President. WILLIAM F. BUTLER, Secretary. TTHE ENTEKPRISB INSURANCE COMPANY OF PHILADELPHIA. OFFICE S. W. CORN Kit FOURTH AND WALNUT BTKEETS. PERPETUAL AND TERM POLICIES ISSUED. CAbH CAPITA L pald up In full) ...... . . . 2no.oio-00 CASH ASSETS, December 1. 1870 l0,3S8 00 nil! ITf "IM 1WM F. Ratchford Starr, J. Livingston Erringer, Nalbro Frazier, JohnM. At wood, Benjamin T. Tredlck, George II. fctuait, daiues i ciagnorn, William O. Boulton, Charle Wheeler. Thomas H.Montgomery, jonn n. Brown, dames ai. Aerisen. F. HATCH lORD STARR. President. TnOMAS 11. MONTGOMERY V-oa-Hresident. ALEXiSNDEK W,-WLS'flER, Secretary. JACOB K. FaTERSON AsalsiJbt-Secretary. A NTHR ACITB INSURANCE COM.PANY. INCORPORATED 1S54. CHARTER PERPETUAL. Office, No. 311 WALNUT Street, between Third and Fourth streets. Philadelphia. This Company will insure against Loss or Damage by Fire, on Buildings, Furniture, and Merchandise generally. Also, Marine Insurance on Vessels, Cargoes, and Freights. Inland Insurance to all parts of the Union. DliUtCT-rc;s. William Esbpr, Lewis Andenreld, John Ketcimm, J. E. Baum. w m. jn. oairq, John R. Blaklatoa. W. F. Dean. John b. hey I, Peter Sieger, Samuel II. RothermeL WILLIAM ESUKK. President WM. Y. DEAN, Vice-President W. M. Smith, Secretary. ToIFEKIAIi FTUX 1NSUI1ANOB CO. LOHDOBI. ISTABUHUED ISO. Pkld-ap Oapltal and AeaaBslated Fanaa, 08,000,000 IN GOLD. PllEVOflT A nERKINQ, AgenU, Bo. 101 1. TUDZO StrMi. Phlldlifata. BAt u. r&svoax. oiiAA. r, mk&bxi INSURANCE. Fire Inland, and Marino Iniurancl. mm INSURANCE C0MPAR7 or NORTH AMERICA, Incorporated 1T9&, CAPITAL S500.0C0 ASSETS January 1 1871 $3,050,536 Receipts of P ' 10 8,096,154 - Interests from Investments, 1870 137,050 11,833,31 Losses paid lnlS70. 11,136,941 STATEMENT OF THE ASSETS. First Mortgages on Philadelphia City Pro perty 1334,950 United States Government Loans , 825,989 Pennsylvania' State Loans..... 169,810 Philadelphia City Loans 800,000 New Jersey and other State Loans and City Bonds 825,510 Philadelphia and Reading Railroad Co., other Railroad Mortgage Bonds and Loans 868.845 Philadelphia Bank and other Stocks 62,436 Cash in Bank 831,048 Loans on Collateral Security 81,434 Notes receivable and Marine Premiums unsettled 438,420 Accrued Interest and Premium In course of transmission 83,801 Seal estate, Ulllce of the Company . 30,000 13,050,534 Certificates of Insurance issued, payable In London at the CouHtlna House of Messrs. BR JWN. ship- CO. ARTHUR Q. COFFIIf. PBESroKNT. CUAULGB PliATX, VICE-PRESIDENT. MATTHIAS MARIS, Secretary. C. II. KJKETEH, Aaalatant Secretary. DIRECTORS. ARTHUR G. COFFIN, FRANCIS R. COPK, SAMUJLLl W. iHJJMUS, JOHN A. BROWN. CHARLES TAYLOR, AMBROSE WHITE, JliUW. 11. TKOTTJSK. EDW. 8. CLARKE, T. CHARLTON HENRY, ALFRED D. J ESS UP. LOUIS C. MADEIRA, CHA8. W. CUSHMAN. CLEMENT A. GRISCOM JU11JN JlLAoUJN. 3EORGE I HARRISON, WILLIAM BROCKJE. 1829 CHARTER rgRFTUAL. jgyj Franllin Fire Insnrance Qmpa OF PHILADELPHIA. Office, Not. 435 and 437 CHE3NUT St Assets Jan. l,'TjJL$3J087,452'35 CAPPTAL 1400.000-00 ACCRUED SURPLUS AND PREMIUMS.a,687,tsa B5 INCOME FOR 1871, LOSSES PAID IN 1S70, 11,300,000. 1478,831-70. L.oe Paid Since 1829 Nearly 86,000,000. . Tne Assets of the "FRANKLIN" are all invested In solid securities (over fi, 750,000 In First Bonds and Mortgages), whlon are all interest bearing and dividend paying. Tne Company holds no Bills Re. ceivable taktn for Insurances eireoted. Perpetual and Temporary Policies on Liberal Terms. The Company also lssnes policies aponthe Rents of all kinds of Buildings, Oround Routs and Mortgages. , DIRECTORS. . . Alfred G. Baiter, Samuel Grant, George W. Richards, Isaac Lea, Alfred Fltler, Thomas Hpar&s, William B. Grant, Thomas S. Ellis, Gustavus S. Benson. George Fales, ALFRED G. BAKER, Presldont. GEORGE FALKS, Vice-President. JAMES W. MCALLISTER, Secretary. THEODORE M. REGER. Assistant Secretary. 'HE PENNSYLVANIA FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. Incorporated 18'25 Charier Perpetual. No. 610 WALNUT St ret t, opposite Independence Squire. This Company, favorably known to the commu nity for over forty years, continues to Insure against loss or damage by Ore on Public or Private Build ings, either permanently or for a limited time. Also on r urniuire, duwu ui uuuus, uuu xuercnauuise generally, on liberal terms. Their Capital, together with a large Surplus Fund, Is Invested in tne most caremi manuer, wnicn ena bles them to otter to the Insured ivn undoubted scuu rlty In the case of loss. Daniel Smith, Jr., i Thomas Smiyj, Isaac Hazlehurst, I Henry Lewis, Thomas Robins, J. Gllliugham Fell, John Devereux, 1 Daniel HaddocK, Franklin A. Coraly. DANIEL SMITH, Jr., President. Wm. O. Cboweix, Secretary. F AME INSURANCE COMPANY, No. 809 CHESNUT Street INCORPORATED 1858. CHARTER PERPETUAL. CAPITAL $200,000. FIRE INSURANCE EXCLUSIVELY. Insurance against Loss'oy Damage by Fire either by DLRKCTUKH. Charles Richardson, Robert Fearce. William it. itnawn, John Kessler, Jr., ' Edward B. Orne, Charles Stokes, John W. Everman, Mordecal Buzbv. William M. seyfert, John F. Smith, Nathan Hllles, George A. West, CHARLES RICHARDSON. President WILLIAM U. RUAWN, Vloe-Presldent. Williams I. Ulakciiard, Secretary. ENGINES, MACHINERY, ETO. &pPtm PENN STEAM ENGINB AND BOILER TP vOltKS NEAFIE A LEVY, PRACTI. CAL AND THEORETICAL ENGINEERS, MA. CUINIST8. BOILER-MAKERS, BLACKSMITHS, and ft nuws. imviuit lur uumi yenra Deen in snocessf dl operation, and been exclusively engaged In building ana repairing marine ana mver Engines, hiirh nd low pressure. Iron Boilers. Water Tanks. Propellers, etc. etc, respectfully offer their servlees to the publlo as being fully prepared to contract for engines of all Blzess, Marine, River, and Stationary; having sets of patterns of dlireient sizes, are pre- Sared to execute orders with quick despatch. Every escrlptlon of pattern-making made at the shortest Cylinder Boilers of the best Pennsylvania Charooa) iron JTOrgiuRa OI nil minv nuu imun. iruu aua mt ,. nf nil aiutHnttnMfl Thrill 'PnFnlm ocrew Cnttiug. and all otherv work oonnectM With the above business. Drawings ana ipeuuicvuuua mi bu huh uuuo the establishment free of charge, and work gas repairs of boaU, wnere vuey can ue m perreoi safety, and are proviaea wun auears, diocas, iaut etc etc. for racing hear, orligju wmjhgL BEACH and PALMER Streets. QIRARD TUBE WORKS AND IRON CO. PHILADELPHIA, PA, Manufacture Plain and Galvanized WROUGHT-1RON PIPE and Sundries for Gas and Steam Fitters, Plumbers MacnUUSlB, lUUUiinj, vu iwiuoii, omj. TWENTY-THIRD AND FiLbERT BTREBTS. OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE, No. 43 N. FIFTH STREET. ' rOTTON SAIL DUCK AND CANVAS, OF AIX Vs nnmbers ana oranua. jom, nwuuig, n quk and Wagotk-oover Duck. Also, Papeir Manjafao turer Drier FefcJ, t urty to sevemyLj Utfa. wU Panllns. - - . HO. II OSUttCii'wtMntURl MmV RAIL.ROAO LINES THE CAMDEN AND AM BOY AND PHTLADBL PH1A AND TRENTON RAILROAD COM PANIES' LINKS FOK NEW YORK AND WAY FLACKS FROM WALNUT STREET WnARF. At C-lB a. m. Accommodation via Camden and Am boy, and at 8 a. m. Express, and 8 80 p. m. Accom modation m Camden and Jersey city. At 9 and p. m. for Amboy and Intermediate sta tions. At 6-1 B a, m, and 80 p. m. for Freehold and Far. inlngdale. At-so a. m. for Pennington, Lambert Me, and In termedlate stations. At e-in, 8, and 9-80 a. m., 13 m., B, 8 80, and 0 p. m. for Trenton. At 6-is, 8, and 9-so a. m., 13 m., s, s so, 5, 6, T, and 11 80 p. m. for Bordentown, Florence, Burlington, Beverly, Delanco, and Riverton. At 615 and 9-0 a. m., 13 m., 8, 8 80, 6, 6, T, and 11-80 p. rn, for EIgewater, Riverside, and Palmyra. At 6 16 and 9 80 a. m., 13 m., 5, 6, T, and 11 80 p. m. for Fish House. The 11 80 p. m. Line leaves from Market Street Ferry (upper side). FROM WEST PHILADELPHIA DEPOT. At 7 and 10 a. m., 1-90, 8, b 80, 6 . and 13 p. m., New York Express Lines, and 11 80 p. m Emigrant Line, via Jersey City. At 7 and 10 a. m., 1-20, 8, 6 80, 6 43, and 13 p. m. for Trenton. At 7 and 10 a. m., 6-45. and 13 p. m. for Bristol. At 19 p. m. (Night) for Morrlsville, Tullytown, Schenck's, Eddington, Cornwells, Tornsdle, Holmesburg Junction, Tacony, Wlsslnoming, Brldesburg, and Frankford. Sunday Lines leave at 10 a. ra., 6 45 p. m., and 13 night. FROM KENSINGTON DEPOT. At 7 and 9 30 a. ni.. s 30, 8, and 5 p. in. for Tren ton and Bristol. And at 6 p. m. for Lristol. At 7 and 9 30 a. m., 3-30 and 6 p. m. for Morrls ville and Tullytown. At 7 and 9 30 a. m, 2 30, s, and 6 p. m. for Schenck's, Eddlngton, Cornwells, Torrlsdale, and Holmef burg Junction. At 6 45 a. m., 18 30, 615, and 7-15 p. m. for Bustle ton, Holmesburg, and Holmestiurg Junction. At 040 ana v sua. m., ivsu, s itu, 010,0, and -ia p. m. fnr Tacony, Wlsslnoming, Brldesburg, and Frankford. VIA BELVIDERE DELAWARE RAILROAD. , At 7 a. m. and 8 p.m. lor Niagara Falls, Butralo, Dunkirk, Elmira, Rochester, Syracuse, Great Bend, Scranton, Wilkesbarre, Stroudsburg, Water Gap, Belvldere, Enston, Lambertvllle, Fleming ton, etc., and 7 a. m. for Schnoley's Mountain. At 9 80 a. m. and 5 p. m. for Pennington, Lambert vllle, and Intermediate stations, and at 5 p. m. for Mllford. FROM MARKET STREET FERRY (UPPER SIDE). VIA NEW JKKSBY SOITHKRN RAILROAD. At 11 a. m. for New York, Long Branch, and inter mediate places. VIA CAMDEN AND BURLINGTON COUNTY RAILROAD. At 6 and 11 a. m., 1, 8-30, 3-30, 6, and 6-30 p. m., and on Thursday and Saturday nights at 11-80 p. in. for Merchantsvllle, Moorestown, Hartford, Mason vllle, Halnsport, and Mount Holly. At 6 a. m.. s-80 and 6-30 p. m. for Lumberton and Medford. At 6 and 11 a. m.. 8-80, 6, and 6-30 p. m. for Snilthvllle, Rwansvllle, Viucentown, Birmingham, and Pcmberton. At 6 a. m.. 1 and 8-30 . m.. for Lewistown, Wnghtstown, Cookstown, New Egypt, Horners town, Cream Ridge, Imlnystown, Sharon, and uiphtstown. wm. a. UATaMKK, May 10, isti. Agenu PHILADELPHIA, WILMINGTON, AND BAL TIMORE RAILROAD TIME TABLE. COMMENCING) MONDAY. NOVEMBER 91, 18T0. Trains will leave Depot, corner of Broad street and Washington avenue, as follows: Line, at Clayton with Smyrna Branch Railroad and Maryland and Delaware Railroad, at Har rington with Junction and Breakwater Railroad, at Seaford with Dorchester and Delaware Rail road, at Delmar with Eastern Shore Railroad, and at oausbnry with wioomioo ana rooomoite nan road. Express Train at 11-48 A. M. (Sundays excepted), for Baltimore vnd Washington, stopping at Wll minRton, Perry vllle, and Havrele-Graoe. Con nects at Wllmingto LvHh train for Now Castle. Express Tram at 4 p. to.. Todays excepted), ror Baltimore and Washington, stopping at Chester, Thurlow, lilnwood, Olaymont, Wilmington, Now- port, istanton, jNewark, t,iaton, rsorrn ami, Charlestown, Perrvvllle, HavrcKle-tlrace, Aber deen, Ferryman's, Edgeweed, Magnolia, Chase's and Sterumer's Ran. Night Express at 11-80 P.M. (Uatly). for Haiti more and Washington, stopping at Chester, iiin wood, Vlaymont, WilmlnKton, Newark, Klkton, North EaBt, l'erryville, Havre-de-Orao, l'erry man's, and MaKnoila. Passengers for Fortress Monroe and Norfolk will tek th A. M. train. wijLmijNUion iKAina. Stopping at all stations between Philadelphia and Wilminirton. Leave Philadelphia at 11-00 A. JUL, a-80, B OO, ant T-00 P. M. The 6-00 P. M. train oonnecis with Dela ware Railroad for Mllford ana intermediate stations. Leave Wilmington 6-m ana B IO A. ra., 1-00, 4 00, and 7-18 P. M. The 8-10 a. M. train will not stop between Chester and Philadelphia. The 716 P. M. train from Wilmington runs Dally; all other ao eommodatlon trains Snndavs exoepted. Trains leaving Wilmington at 6-4 A. M. and 4-00 P. M. will eonneot at Lamokin Junction with the T-00 A. M. and 4-80 P. M. trains ror Baltimore Jen- ral Railroad. From Baltimore to rniiaaeipnia. Aieave uaisi- more 7 -H6 A.m., way iuaii; w-ao ui., oppress; 1-86 P. OT., Kxpress; vw r. m., express. SUNDAY TRAIN IKUJtt 2J 1M.UIUI. Leaves Baltimore at 7-36 P. M., stopping at Mag. nolla, Perryinan's, Aberdeen, Uavre-de-Graoe, Per ry vine, unariestown, Monniiiasi, tmion, oewarx, Htanton, ixewpon, wumington, uiaymoni, wood, ana unesier. Throngh tickets to all points West, South, and Sonthwest mav be vrooured at ticket omoe. No. 828 Ghesnat street, nnder Continental Hotel, where alBO State Rooms and Berths in Sleeping Cars can be secured during the day. Persons purchasing tlokets at this omoe can have baggage oheoked at their residence by the Unlen Transfer Company. 11. jr. AUNJMitx, bnperiniecaeni. iHILADELPHIA AND ERIE RAILROAD. SUMMER TIME TABLE. On and after MONDAY. May 15. 1871, the trains on the Philadelphia and Erie Rail- road will ran as follows from the Pennsylvania Rail road Depot, West Philadelphia: WESTWARD. MAIL TRAIN leaves Philadelphia 710 P. M. W MiaiUBOUH 10 A.M. arrives at Erie 8-50 P. M. ERIE EXPRESS leaves Philadelphia .... 12 -SO P. M. " Willlamsport.... 8-60 P.M. arrives at una, T-40 A. M. ELMIRA MAIL leaves Philadelphia 9 30 A. M ' " Willlamsport.... 6-36 P. M. arrives at Lock Haven . . 7 -50 P. M. EASTWARD. MAIL TRAIN leaves Erie. 11-30 A. M, " willlamsport 10-00 p. M. arrives at Philadelpnla.... 6-30 A. M. ERIE EXPRESS leaves Erie 9-00 P. M. w huamspori . . . e-30 A.M. arrives at Philadelphia. 6-so p. M. ELMIRA MAIL leaves Lock Haven S-os A. M. " wiuiamspon. 9 -15 A. M. arrives at Philadelphia... 6-ao P. M. BUFFALO EXP. leaves WiUiamsport.... Ins A. M. " " Sunbury 1-25 A.M. " arrives at Philadelphia.. 9-40 A. M. Aisuii.asi connects easi ana west, at line with L, S. A M. S. R. W. and atcorry and Irvlneton with Oil creek ana Aiiegnenu. it. w, k Mall west with west-bonnd trains on L. S. A M. S. R. W. and at Corry and lrvineton with Oil Creek and Allegheny R. R. W. Warren Accommodation east and west with trains on L. s. and M. S. R. W. east and west aqd at Corry wiui u. (j. sua a. it. n. . Erie Accommodation east at uorryand west at Corry and lrvinetewn witn 0. u. ana a. k. R. w. Elmira Mail and Buffalo Express make close con nection at W illlamsport with the N. C. R. W. trains, north and south. CatawiHsa passenger trains will be run east from TFil Ki.Hii.i.iiH. V.ia v nr.! 1: a am, ....... . . 1 . I nuuauB)uii uu Alio yk voo, uuu rr CD t it U Uamsport on Elmira Mail. WM. A. BALDWIN, General Superintendent CAMDEN AND ATLANTIC RAILROAD, SPRING ARRANGEMENT. On and after MONDAY, May lo, 1871, trains will leave lniit street t erry as iouows: Freight (with passenger car) 7-00 A. M Mall 8 00 A. M Atlantic Accommodation 3-43 p. M Returning, leave Atlantic : . Freight 13 45 P. M Mail 4 00 p. M, Atlantic Accommodation 6'1S A, M LOCAL TRAINS LEAVE : For Haddonheld. .9 and 1015 A. M., 8 and 4-15 P. M, For Atco aud intermediate stations 10-15 A. M. For Hammonton and intermediate statlons.6 00 P.M. RETURNING, A.KAV1C: Haddonfleld, 6 and 11 A. M., andl, 818, and 10 I. 1U, Atco, 19-15 P. M. t Hammonton. 1A.M. Night line for Haddonheld leaves Camden 11-80 P. M. Freight must be delivered at Vine street wharf by r iu. iu uuure its uauajiunnuuB next day. Dlx4l D.1LMUNUY AgenU HAILROAD tINE9ir. JHLLADELPHIA- AND READING RAILROAD.' ' May 16, 187L Depot THTRTEKNT 11 and CALLOWHILL 8treets. Until farther notice trains will Leave and Arrive as follows! TRAINS I.HAVE. M Reading and Allentown Way T-30 a. m. Harrisbargand I'ottsville Express.,.,.... 8-80 a. m Philadelphia and PotUvtlle W.Tr'n. 13-30 p. m Harriaburg and Potuvllle Express.. 8-80 p. m. Pottstown Accommodation 4-80 p. nu Reading and Pottsvllle Accommodation.. 6-15 p. m, ON SUNDAYS. ToReadlFg ; 8-00 am To Pottsvlile 8.16 p. m. TRAINS ARRIVE. Pottstown Accommodation 8-45a.ro, Reading and Pottsvlile Accommodation -10-20 a. m. Harrlsburg and Pottsvlile Express. 1-00 p. m. Philadelphia and Pottsvlile W. Tr'n. 4-80 p. m. Harrlsburg and Pottsvlile Express 615 p. m. Harrlsburg, Potuvllle, and Allentown Ac commodation..., 9-io p. m. ON SUNDAYS. FromPotUvllle...., 13-35 a. ra. From Reading 7-15 p. in. The Sunday trains connect with similar trains on the Perkloraen and Colebrookdale Railroads. i For Downlngtown and points on Chester Valley Railroad take 7-80 a. m., 19-80 and 4-30 p. m. For Schwenksvllle and points on Perklomen Rail road take 7-30 a. m., 13-80 and 4-80 p. m. For Mt. Pleasant and points on Colebrookdale Railroad take 7-30 a. m. and 4-30 p. m. TARE ACCOMMODATION TRAINS, DAILY EXCEPT 8CN- DAY, i Leave depot, Thirteenth and Callowhlll streets, 8-45 and 11 a. m., 8-is, 4, and 6 80 p. m Leave West Manayunk, 6-10 and 9 30 a. m., 13 noon, 8-06' aud 6-ie p. m. BONDAY8. Leave Fifteenth street and Pennsylvania avennc, for Belmont, 9, 10, 11 a, m,, 1, 8, 8, 4, 4 60, 5-40, and 6 '40 P M. Leave Belmont, 8-2S, 10-25, 11-25 a. m., 1-35, 8-35, 8-25, 4 2 6-15, 6-16, and 71)5 p. ra. iNew xorx press lor PiHsburg and West. Trains leave New York at 9 a. m. and 6 D. m.. passing Reading at 1 65 and 9-60 p. m. connecting at Harrlsburg with Pennsylvania and Northern Central trains for Chicago, Cincinnati, Pittsburg, Baltimore, Willlamsport, etc. Sleeping-cars accompany these trains through be tween Jersey City and Chicago without change. Trains for New York leave Harrlsburg at 3 40 and 8-10 a. m., and 8 p. m. Additional tram leaves now lors. ior uarnsourg at 13-30 noon. l or particulars see Guide Books, which can be ob tained at S. E. corner of Ninth and Chesnut street. nnoer Cont inental Hotel, No. 811 chesnut street, and at all stations, without charga Season, school, Mileage, and Commutation Tickets at reduced rates, to be had of S. Bradford, Trea surer, No. 227 South Fourth street, Philadelphia, or . J. woolen, Assistant Superintendent, Reading. Street Cars. The Thirteenth and Fifteenth, and Race and Vine streets, connecting with other lines, run close to the depot. Baggage collected ana delivered ny uungans Baggage Express. Orders left at Depot or at No. 8i8 S. Fourth street. Through tickets and baggage checks to all prlncl al points in Oil Regions, New York State, Canada, Veet, and Northwest, mar be obtained at the new Union Ticket Office, southeast corner of Ninth and Chesnut streets, under the Continental Hotel, or at no. an cneBnut street. Tickets to principal local points on sale at above ottlces. Baggage checked from hotels and residences by the Union Transfer Co, GERMAN TOWN AND NORR18TOWN BRANCH, Depot, Ninth and Green. ON AND A PIER MAY 8. TO GERMaNTOWN 0. 7. 715. 7-85. 8 33. 9 05, 10. 11 a. m. ; 12, noon : 1. 3. 2 30, 8 15, 8 45. 4 06, 4 30, 6 05, 610, 6 45,6, 6 80, 7, 8, 815, 9, 1010, 11, 1140, 13 30, Ilium. r v a jja 1 7-45, 905 a. m.: 13 45. noon: sis. 4 05. 6 40. 7, 8-45, and 11T5 p. m. FROM UJiiRMANTOWN 6, 0TJ5, 6 50, T2 8 0S. 810, 8 45, 9, 9 25, 10, 11 05, 1165 a. m. ; 1, 165, 8, 8 30, 3 55, 4 40, 6,6 30,6,610, 640, 710, 8, 9-05, 10, 10 30, llo p.m. SUNDAY 810, 9-05 a. m. : 105, 3 35. 8,5 65. 6, 8-20. and 10 20 p m. i tie -uo ana v 25 a. m. oown trains, ana tw, s 40, o uo, ana 0-40 up trains,wiu not stop on tne uerinan town Branch. Passengers taking the 7125 a. m. and 6 40 p. ra. trams from Germautown will make close connec tions with the trains for New York at intersection Station. TO OHESNUT HILL 6, 7, 7 85, 9 05, 10, 13 a. m., 2 80, 8-45, 6-05, 6 45, 7. 8, 9, 11, 11 40 p. m. SUiGIAY 7 45, 9 05 a, m., 12 45 noon. 815, 6 40, 7, 8 45, p. m. FROM CHESNUT HU.L 6-10, 7-10, 7-60, 8-80, 9-10, 10-50, 11-40 a. UL, 1-40, 8-40, 6-45, 6-25, 6 65, 8-50, 1015, 111UD. m. Sunday 7 60, 845 a. m., 12-45, noon, 315, 5-40, 8, 10 d. m. no CONSHOnOCKEN AND NORRISTOWN e-OO, T-PO, , and 1 lu m.m., 18 06, ra., 1-kt), 8,4, 4-4U, 6, 0'i), o r, o uo, lu-xu, sua n 40 p. m. MinoHV i su, w a. m., i-3u, a, i 10, ana -3ii p. m. FROM NORHISTOWN-5-30,6-30, 7, 7-40,8, 8 50, 11 a. in., l, vsii, s-isu, 4-3u, , e 10, , iu p. m. Snnday 7, 9 a. m., 118, 5, 7, 9 30 p. ra. T MANAYUNK 6-05, 7-30, 9. 10 05. 11-05 a. m, 18-05 noon, 12-45, 1-30, 8, 4, 4-40, 6, 6-30, tf-25, 705, 8-05, 9-05, 10-20, 11-46 p. m. SuikIhv 7-30, 8, 9, 10 a. m., 12-40 noon, 1-30, 2-10, 3, 4-45. 7-15. 9-8U p. 111. FROM MANAYUNK 6, 6-68, 7-84, 8-05, 8-23, 9-20, 10-45, 11-30 a. 111., 11.9, 8-15, 3, 3 68, 5, 6-25, 0 45, 745, 8-80, 9-45, l(i-30 p m. Sunday 7-30, 9, 9 30, 10-60 a.m., -30, 1-45, 310, 630, 6, 7-80, 10 p. m. PLYMOUTH BRANCH. Leave Philadelphia at 7-30, 11 to a. m. ana a p. m. tave oreiana at 6-19, 10 a. m.. and 3-30 p. m. Sunday Leave Philadelphia at 9 a, m. and 715 n. m. Sunday Leave Oreland at 6-30 a m. and 6-3C p. ra. The 7 40 a in. train from Norristown does not stop at Magee's, Pott's Landing, Domluo or fichus' Lane. The 8 a. m. train from Norristown stops at Con shohocken and Manavunk only. The 4 p. m. train np from Philadelphia Is the only train that stops at Domino Lane. , Chester Valley Railroad Leave Philadelphia at 440 p. m. Leave uowningtown at e-4u a m. Phoenix vllle Train Leaves Philadelphia at 9 a. m and 1-80 p. m. Leaves PhuenixvlUe at 12-25 and5-20 p. m. . For points on Perklomen Railroad leave Ninth and Green at 1-30 p. ra. Returning, leave Schwenks vllle at 446 p. rn., arriving at Ninth and Green at 660 p. m. Passengers by 130 p. m. train connect at Phoenix vllle with train for Pottstown and Reading. Passengers taking the 7-30 and 7-35 a. in. and 6-30 p. m. trains from Ninth and Green streets will make close connection with trains for New Xorx at Inter section. The 12 30 and D p. m. trains from New York stop at lnternecUon. G. A. NICOLls, utnerai -superintendent. .-TTTE8T CHESTER AND PHILADELPHIA RAIL- on ana alter aiojn jja y, April 24. Trains will leave and arrive at the Depot, THIRTY' FIRST and citttS" u i streets, as rouows: FROM PHILADELPHIA For West Chester at 726 and 10 A. AL, 830, 710, and 11 -so P. M. Stops at all stations. For Westchester at 445 P.M. This train stops at stations wem ui meuia dwrreenwooa excepieai. For B O. Junction, 6-80, 850 A. M., 12 M., aud 4 and 6-3o P. M. Stops at all stations. The 5-30 P. M. will run to W est unesi er on Saturdays. FOR PHLLADELPH1A From West Chester at 6-30 and 10 A. M., 3, 6, and 6t6 P. M. Stous at all stations. From West Chester at 736 A. M. Stops at sta tions west of Media (ureenwood excepted). Irom B. C. Junction at 6 35, 810 A.M..12M., 4 and 6 P.M. StoDS at all stations. A train will leave West Chester for Philadelphia at 6 A. M. every Aionoay. ON SUNDAY i Leave PhUadelphta at 9 A. M. and 3-30 P. M. ; Leave West Chester at 7 A. M. and 6 P. M. H. K. SMITH, Superintendent. mHK PHLLADELPHIA AND BALTIMORE CEN. 1 TRAL RAILROAD. CHANGE OF HOURS. On and after MONDAY, May 15, 1871, trains -will run as follows : Leave Philadelphia from deoot of P. W. A B. R. R., corner Broad street and Wash. mgxon avenue: For Port Depose at 7 A. M. and 4-80 P. M. For Oxford at 7 A. M.. 4-30 P. M.. aad 7 P. M. For Oxford Wednesdays and Saturdays only at -30 p. M. For Chaddl Ford and Chester Creek Railroad at T A. M., 10 A. M., 4-30 P. M.. and IP. nl. Wednea davs and Saturdays onlv 8-80 P. M. 10 A. M. train will run to Kennett till other lse or dered Train leaving Philadelphia at 10 A. M. connect at Port Deposit witn train ior Baltimore. Trains leaving Philadelphia at 7 A. M. and -30 P. M. connect at Chadd's Ford Junction with the WiiminirtnM and Reading Railroad. Trains for Philadelphia leave Port Deposit at 928 A. M. and 4 -26 P. M,, on arrival of trains from Balti more. Oxford at S-06 A M., 10-30 A. M. and 6-30 P, M. Sundays at 6-30 P. M. omy. Chadd's Ford at 7-26 A. 11-68 AM., 4-20 P. M. nri p. M. snndavs 6-49. M. only. Passengers are allowed to take wearing apparel only as baggage, and the eompanywul not In any case be responsible for an amount exceeding cue hundred dollars, unless special contract is made for U Kl 1 1 V A7 1 u ,1 the same. j ju, . General bupexluteadonfc RAILROAD I-4NES 1 4NNS YLVAN1A CENTRAL RAILROAD. AFTER I P. VU SUNDAY, MAY 14, 1879, The trains of tha Pannmrlvanla (Antral Railroad leave the Depet, at THIRTY-FIRST and MAR. ai titreets, waion is reaonea aireotiy cy me iur set street ears, the last ear eonneotlng with eaok train leaving Front and Market streets thirty minutes before Its departure. The Chesnut ana Walnut streets ears run within ene square of tks Depot. Sleeplngar ticket eaa be had on application at the Tloket Offlee. N. W. eorner Ninth and Ches nut streets, and at the Depot. Agents of the Union Transfer Company will call for and deliver baggage at the depot. Orders left at No. 901 Chesnut street, or No. UI Market street, will receive attention. TUIM LIAVS DBFOT. Bryn Mawr Accommodation . . A. M. mail Train I'M a m. Lock Haven and ElrainrExprevs . . 9-40 A. M. PaoU Aeoonunodatlon.lOlO A.M.&V10 and I -ho P.M. Fast Line .1340 P.M. Erie Express ...... 1340 P. M. Harrlsbarg Accommodation . . l'80 P. M. Lancaster Accommodation 4-10 P.M. Perkesburs- Train . . , 1-80 P.M. Cincinnati Express . .... 7-20 P. M. n.rie man ana uunaio Jtxpress . ( nu r. ivu First Paoiflo Express .... 10-00 P. M. w sy i-assenger Train . . . inn r. in. Cinolneati Exnress. Pacific Express, and Erie Mail and BuiTalo Express leave dMlv. ii otner trains aauy except snnaay. The Western Accommodation Train runs dally, except Sunday. For this train tlokets mast be pro. oared and baggage deUvered by I P. M. at No. 118 maraet street. (Sunday Train No. 1 leaves Philadelphia at 840 A. M.j arrives at Paoll at 9-49 A. M. Sunday Train No. I leaves Philadelphia at 640 P. M.; ar rives at Paoll at T'40 P. M. Sunday Train No. 1 leaves PaoU at 6-50 A. M.t arrives at Philadelphia at 810 A. M. Sunday Train No. I leaves PaoU at 8 00 P. M.t arrives at Philadelphia at 8 so. TBA1FS ABKITTS AT T0BPOT. Cincinnati Express , . . . 810 A. M. Philadelphia Express . . 40 A.M. Erie Mall . . . 6 49 A. M. Bryn Mawr Accommodation . . 7-40 a. M. Paoll Aooonmodat'n, 8 SJ a. UL A 8-50 A 0-40 P. M. Parkesburg Train 9-00 A. M. Fast Line ana uunaio lixpreej . . iuida.w, Lanoaster Train 13-20 P. M. Erie Express 6 00 f. M. Lock Haven and Elmira Express . 6 oo P. M. Pacific Express . . 815 P. M. Harrlsbarg Aocommodation . 9-40 P.M. or mrtrer miormation apri j o JOHN F. VAN LEER, Jr., Ticket Agent. No. 901 CHESNUT Street. FRANCIS FUNK. Tloket Agent. No. 116 MARKET Street. SAMUEL H. WALLACE, Tloket Agent at the Depot. The FennsvlY&nU Railroad Company will not esaan-e any risk for Haggage, except for Wearing Annarei, and limit their reei'ormoiniy to une Hun dred Dollars in value. All Baggage exoeedluc that amount In value will be at the risk of tie Owner, nnless taken by speolal oontraot. A. J. JABBAAlj General Superintendent. Altoona, Pa. TVTORTH PENNSYLVANIA RMLROAD THE 1 short Middle Route to the Lehigh and Wyora Ing Valleys, Northern Pennsylvania, Southern and interior rtw lorn, uunaio, Auourn, itocnesier, the great Lakes, ana tne Dominion or Canada. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT, Takes effect May 15, 1871. Sixteen Daily Trains leave Passenger Depot, cor ner of Berks and American streets (Sundays ex cepted), as rouows : 7 00 a. m. ( iecommodation), for Fort Washington 730 a m. (Express), ior Bethlehem, Eastou, Al lentown. Mauch Chunk, wilkesbarre, Williams port. Mahanov City. Uazleton. Pltiston. Towauda, Waverly, Auburn, Elmira, and In connection with the ERIE RAILWAY for Buffalo, Niagara Falls, Rochester, Cleveland, Chicago, San Frauclsco, and an points in tne ureat v est. 8 25 a. m. (Accommodation) for Doylestown. 9 45 a. m. (Exnress) for Bethlehem, Eantou, Allen town. Mancn Chunk, Willlamsport. Wilkesbarre, PitistoD, Scranton, llackettstown, Schooley's Moun tain, and N. J. Ceutiai ana morris ana msex nan roads. 11 a. m. (Accommodation) for Fort Washington. 1 8j and 6 30 p. m. for AbioKton. 3 td. m. (Express) for Bethlehem, Eaiton. Allen town, Mauch chunk, Mahanoy City, Wdkeaburre, Pittsion, and Hazieion. 8 30 o. m. (Accommodation) for Doylestown. At 8 20 p. m. (Bothleliem Accommodation) for Bethlehem, Easton, Allentown, Mauch Chunk, Wilkesbarre, and tiers n to u. At 4 p. m. (Accommodation) for Bethlehem. 4 30 n. m. (Mall) for Doylestown. 6 15 p. ni. for Bethlehem, Easton, Allentown, and juaucii chuck. 6 30 p. iu. (Accommodation) ror Lonsdale. 8-ls and 11-30 p. m. (Accommodation) for Fort Washington. The Fifth and Sixth streets, Second and Third streets, and Union Lines City Cars run to the Depot. TRAINS ARRIVE IN PHILADELPHIA FROM Bethlehem at 8-65 and 10-35 a. m. ; 215, 6 20, 8 15, and m-20 p. m. Doy'eBtown at 8-25 a. m., 4-45 and 6 45 p. m. Lansdale at 7-30 a. m. Fort Washington at 920 and 1120 a. m., 305 and io-i o p. m. Ablngton at 3-45 and 7-00 p. m. ON SUNDAVS. Philadelphia for Bethlehem at 9-30 a. m. Philadelphia for Doylestown at 2-00 p. in. Philadelphia for Fort Washington at 9 08 a m and 6 45 p. HI. r ovlestown for PMladelphla at 6-45 p. m. Bethlehem for Philadelphia at 4-00 p. m. Fort Washington for Philadelphia at 10-00 a. m, and 8-00 n. m. i Tickets sold and baggage checked through to all principal points at Mann s isortn i-ennsyivauia Big gage .express uuice, iso. iid o. r inn mrot. May 16, 1871. ELLIS CLARK, Agent. VXT EST JERSEY RAILROADS. V V ' Trains will leave Philadelphia as follows: From loot oi marKet street (upper terry;, Swedesboro, vlneland, nHllvllle, and way stations. 11-48 A M., Woodbury Aooommodatlen. 8-16 P. M., Passengerfor Caps May, Mill vllle, and way stations oe-owuiasBDoro. 8-80 P. M., Passenger for Bridgeton, Salem, Swed es boro. and way stations. 6-80 P. M., Aooommodatlon for Woodbury, Glass. boro, Clayton, swedesboro, ana intermediate sta tlent. Breifitit Train leaves Camden dally, at 13 M WII'LIAM J SEWELL. SuDerlntendent PROPOSALS. TRON FOR LANDING PIER, NEAR LEWES, X UtLAWAlUi. United States Engineer's Office, Phila LA-) Peu-hia, Pa., No. 1330 Chesnut Istkbst. Mav 6. 1S71. SEALED PROPOSALS, In duplicate, of the form furnished by the undersigned, with a copy of this advertisement attached to each, will be received at this Office until 12 o'clock M. on MONDAY, the 12th day of June, 1671, for the supply of Wrought and Cant IrOn required for this work. The iron must be delivered on the railroad pier at T nnraa s at- t V a mtanrntra wh-XFA ntaiia The bids will state carefully the proposed places 01 aeuvery, witu me corresponding prices. There will be required for the pier about one mil lion eight hnndred thousand pounds of rolled aud hammered iron, and about three hnndred and forty thousand pounds of cast iron. The present letting will be for abont 600,800 pounds of wrought Iron and about 110,000 pounds of oast iron. Specifications and drawings can be seen at this Office, where Information will be snoolied on appli. cation. Envelopes to be endorsed "Proposals for iron." J. D. KURTZ, 5 8 Lieutenant-Colonel of Engineers, F RANKFORD ARSENAL, Office A. C. 8., 1 Philapelphia, Pa., May 15, 1871. SEALED PROPOSALS in duplicate will ' be received al jtsofflco until 12 M-, June 15, 1871, for furnishing the fresh beef required by the Sub sistence Department. U. S. A., at this station during six mourns, commenciug juij i, ion. luiuruiauuu as to conditions, quality of beef, payments, etc., can be obtained by application to WILLIAM PRINCE, 615 First Lieut. Ord., A. C. S. SBIPPm9 ASD COMM1SSJOS MSRCSASTM, No, COENTIES SLIP, New York, No, 18 SOUTH WHARVES. Philadelphia, MX AO W. PRATT STREET, Baltimore We are prepared to ship every description I Freight to Philadelphia. New York, wllmitxion, ana tuteruiedlaUi points with promptness and despatch. Canal Boats and Steam-tugs furnished at the ahoxteel aouoa. , 10HN FARNl'M & CO., COMMISSION MER. (I chants and Manufacturers of Conestoga Tick lug, etc, etc., No. tll3:i;T bueut, ruiladwl-phia. AUCTION BALES. M THOMAS 8. PONS, AUCTIONEERS,! NO 139 and 141 a FOURTH street. Pnle No. 1918 Vine street. SUrEKIOR FUKN1TURE, FINE CARPETS, ETC. un t naay morning, Mtj 16, at 10 o'clock, by catalogue, the super or walnut furniture, etc . 6 24 2t Bale on the Premises, , W. corner of Beach and Coatei struts. BUILDING, MACHINERY. AND FIXTURES OP A DISTILLERY. On Monday Morning, May S9. at 10 o'clock, bv catalogue, the valuable Mschlnery and Fixtores. rrevions to the sale of the valuable macninery. Ill be sold the three-story brick b Hiding. Lot 83 feet front and C3 feet 10 Inches deep. 6 85 2t Sale on the Premises. No. 1729 Otsego St., north of Moore it., First war 1. DWELLING, SLAUGHTER. HOUSE, AND FIX- 1UKBS, On Friday Morning, May 26. at 12 o'clock. May be examined on the morning of sales: 3 o'clock. it H ENRY W. A B. SCOTT, JR., AUCTIONEERS, No. 1189 CHESNUT Street (01rard Row. THOMAS BIRCH SON. ACOTIONBIK AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 1110 Chee- NUT Street; rear entrance No. 1107 Sansom street. CARD. We call particular attention to the large Stock of new and second-hand household furniture and carpets ; also, 87 gilt and walnut-framed man tel, tiler, and chamber glasses to be sold on FRIDAY next, at our store, No. 1110 CHESNUT street. LARGE AND ATTRACTIVE SALE OF NEW AND SECOND-HAND FURNITURE, HANDSOME WALNUT PARLOR AND CHAMBEE SUITS. ROSKWOOD PIANO-FORTES, 87 FRENCH PLATE MANTEL AND PIER OLASSB-i, VEL VET, BRUSSELS, AND INORAN CARPRTS; MA'll RESSfcS, FEATHER BEDS, SILVER l'LATED WAKE, JEWELLERS' RllGULATOU CLOCK, CH HOMOS, ENGRAVINGS, CHINA, UlASsWARE, ETC. On Friday Morning. at 9 o'clock, will be sold at No. 1110 Chesnut street, a large assortment of new and second-hand furni ture, carpets of various kinds, mirrors, parlor suits covered with plnBh, brocateiie, reps, terry, and hair cloth ; also, chamber suits in oiled walnut, with wardrobes to match, cottage suits, secretaries and book-cases, office furniture, chairs of various kinds; also, a large quantity of second-hand furniture from families declining housekeeping. 87 FRENCH-PLATE MaNTEL, PIER, AND CHAMBER GLASSES, to be sold at 1 o'clock. Also, at 1 o'clock, will be sold, 87 mantel, pier, and chamber glasses, with walnut and gilt names, of various sizes. BOY'S BILLIARD TABLE. At the lame time, 1 boy's billiard table, with ivory balls, cnes, etc., complete. STEIN WAY PIANO-FORTE, ETC. On Friday, At 1 o'clock, will be sold, l superior 7-octave rose wooa piano-forte, made by Steluway & Sons. Also, 1 Mason & Hamlin parlor organ. Also, 1 harp, made by dementi & Co. COUNTER SbOW-CASES. Also, 4 elegant plate glass silver-mounted show capes. LARGE E RENCII-PL ATE MATTEL, PIKR, AN STORE MIRRORS. Also, will be sold, 8 large French mantel mirrors, 80 large French pier mirrors, store mirrors, etc. It BUNTING. DURBOROW X AUCTIONEERS, Nop- S33 and 834 MARKET street, corner of Bank street. Successors to John B. Myers A Co. SALE OF CARPETINGsToiL CLOTnS, 600 ROLLS WHITE AND RED CHECK CANTON MAT TINGS, ETC., On Friday Morning, May sc, at 11 o'clock, on four months credit. 6 20 6t LARGE SALE OF FRENCH AND OTHER EUROPEAN DRY GOOD A On Monday Morning, May 29, at 10 o'clock, on lour months' credit. 6 28 5t SALE OF 2C00 CASES BOOTS, SHOES, TRAVEL LING BAGS, HATS, ETC On Tuesday Morning, May 80, at 10 o'clk. on four months' credit. 5 24 6t BY BARRITT & CO., AUCTIONEERS CASH AUCTION HOUSE, No. 230 MARKET Street, corner of Bank street, i ash advanced on consignments without extra charge. 11 34 Peremptory Sale. On Friday morning, May 26th, at lo o'clock, 600 lots aud cases STRAW GOODS, ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS, HOSIERY. NOTIONS, DRY GOODS, BLACK bILKS. FANCY GOODS, CLOTHING, Ac. AUOTION NOTICE. On TUESDAY, May sotb, by catalogue, 800 lots STRAW GOODS. On WEDNESDAY, May 81st, 1000 cases BOOTS and SHOES, on four months' credit. it LIPPINCOTT, SON & CO., AUCTIONEERS. Nob. 221 MARKET and 210 CHURCH Street. ONCERT HALL AUCTION ROOMS, No. 1318 GHErfNUT Street. T. A. MCCLELLAND, AUCTIONEER. Personal attention given to sales of household for. nlture at dwellings. Pnblio sales of furniture at the Auction Room. No. 1219 Cbesnnt street, every Monday and Thurs day. For particn!ars see "Pnblio Ledger." N. B. A superior ciaas of fr.rnltm e at private mils H ENRY MOLTEN. AUCTIONEER BY HENRY MOLTEN & (X).. Salesroom, Nob. 21 and 23 MERUER Street, new loiA. REGULAR TRADE SALE OF FUR AND WOOL HATS, LADIES' AND GENTS' READY-MADE FURS. STRAW, Fh.LT. AND VELVET GOOD8, Every THURSDAY during the season. Cash advances made on consignments wlthoa additional charges. s 8 PLUMBING, OAS FITTING, ETO. PANCO AST & MAULE, THIRD and PEAR Streets, Plain and Galvanized Wrought and Cast Iron Pipes For Gas, Btram and Water. FITTIITGS. BSASS WOKE, TOOLS, B0ILEJB TUB2S. Pipe of all Sizes Cat and Fitted to Order CAKI). Having sold HENRY B. PANCOA8T and FRAN CIS L MAULE (gentlemen In our employ for seve ral years past) the Stock. Goodwill and Fixtures of our RETAIL ESTABLISHMENT, located at the corner of THIRD and PEAK Streets, in this city, that branch of onr business, together with that of HEATING and VENTILATING PUBLIC and PKI VATK BUILDINGS, both by STEAM and HOT WATER, In all Its various systems, wtll be earried on trader the firm name of PAN COAST A MAULS, at the old stand, and we recommend them to tne trade and business publlo as being entirely compe tent to perform all work of that character. MORRDJ, TA3KER A CO. Philadelphia, Jan. w, 1870. SAXOfJ GREEN. Is Brighter, will not Fade, Costs Less than any out because It will Paint twice as much surface. HOLD BY ALA, DEALERS IN PAINTS. Corn Exchange Bag Manufactory. JOHN T. DAILEY, IT. 2. Cor. WATEE and MARKET Eti. ROPE AND TWINE, BA08 and BAGGING, for Grain, Flour, Salt, Buper-Phosphate of Lime, Bone llgend small GUNNY BAGS C0U3 luuul A1J. WOOL. SACKS.