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THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 28, 1871.
. 3
rnoji TESTEitDA raring edition.
FROM JVEW JERSEY.
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Commencement tf Princeton College.
uvy!c?TON' Jnne27. The town is crowded
with distinguished strangers to attend the com
mencement exercises. Amone, those present
this morning, at the delivery of Secretary Belfc
nap s address before the literary societies were
l resident Grant, Secretary Uoheson, General
i d.genator Frank Blair, of Missouri; Gene
ral W. McCook, the Democratic candidate for
Governor of Ohio; and Governor Randolph, of
xsew Jersey. - i ,
president Grant and party arrived here at 9
o clock this morning In a special car, to remain
through the exercises of to-day and to-morrow.
The President Is the guest of Dr. McCosh, presi
dent of the college.
This morning there was an interesting reunion
pf tbe class of 1848 at the residence of Professor
C. .V Hodge, of the Theological Seminary.
About fourteen members of the class were
present, Including Secretary Belknap, Rev. Dr.
Cattell, president of Lafayette College, and Rev.
Dr. Crowell, of Philadelphia, one of the trustees
of the college.
HBWS Bu'lttLSAR-g.
City Affairs. ,
George Hensler, Assistant Engineer of
tbe Fourth district in the Paid Fire Depart
ment, diedlaat night of erysipelas, caused by
exposure.
On Sunday last a . Mrs. Ann Adams, of
Blair and Rainbow streets, Nineteenth ward,
died suddenly, and the neighbors aooused her
attending physician with having poisoned her.
The Coroner's inquest proved that Mrs.
Adams died of congestion of the brain and
that the medicine given was harmless.
Officer Logue, of the Second district, died
yesterday in the Franklin Engine house of an
overdose of laudanum which he had taken,
it is supposed, to quiet his nervt.8, he having
been on a debauch.
Domestic Affairs.
President Grant is to be at Washington
to-day. . .
The celebrated McGarrahan case is up
again in the Interior Department.
The anti-rum shop party of New York
will, on the 8th of next September, hold a
State convention.
A board of army surgeons, who have
been testing the cunderago plant as a cancer
cure, make an adverse report upon it.
The Snpremo Court of Tennessee has de
cided that warrants issued by county commis
sioners during Governor Brownlow's adminis
tration are null and void.
The Democrats of Maine met in conven
tion yesterday, and, after nominating Hon.
C. F. Kimball, of Portland, for Governor,
they endorsed "the new departure."
Foreign Affairs. .
Subterranean fires are now raging at Shef
field, and fears are entertained that it is an
old colliery, which extends to, the very centre
of the town.
The miners on a Btrike in South Wales
now number nine thousand, and there seem
to be bo present prospect of a settlement of
the difficulty with the companies.
THAT LEASE.
Tbeotlore Cuyler Heard From.
Yesterday afternoon the Railroad Commit
tee of Coanoils held a consultation with
Messrs. Theodore Cuyler and J. Edgar Thom
son, of the Pennsylvania Railroad, in regard
to the resolution passed last Thursday, which
directs the City Solioitor to . take legal
measures to prevent the lease of the New
Jersey Roads to the Pennsylvania Railroad.
Mr. Theodore Cuyler explained that the
Pennsylvania road was in reality endeavoring
to protect Philadelphia's interests instead of
harming them. , This city is fifty-nine miles
nearer the Great West than New York. We
have all the advantages. The railroad brings
ns freight, but if our merchants have not the
enterprise or capital to absorb and utilize it,
that is not the fault ef the Pennsylvania
Railroad. In the first plaoe, the lease is con
summated, and bo earthly power can prevent
it. Even if it were broken to-day, how
would that help Philadelphia? .New York
will get the freight in any event, without its
having passed through Philadelphia. It has
been charged that the Pennsylvania road
charges higher freight than the Baltimore
and Ohio.;
This is not true. They lower their freights
once in a while, but the average rate is
higher. Some roads do not pay dividends,
and. of course, can carry freight lower.
The speech of the gentleman was quite
extended.
J. Edgar Thomson also presented similar
views in regard to freight charges.
Mr. Hanna, of the committee, believed the
lease injurious to Philadelphia, and he was
still convinced of the fact.
A vote was taken upon reporting the re
solution favorably, and it was lost by a vote
of 7 to 3.
Mr. G. A. Smith moved to report that it is
inexpedient to adopt the resolution. Agreed
to. The committee then adjourned.
Sale of Real Estate and Stocks.
Messrs. Thomas & Sons sold at the Ex
change, yesterday noon, the following real
estate and stocks:
e shares Pennsylvania Fire Insurance Com
pany 8 snares Bridesburg Land Company
13,000 Philadelphia and iS.no Kail road
bonds
40 shares United Firemen's Insurance Co.,
shares Mercantile Library Company
Pew No. 78 Tenth Presbyterian
8 three-story residences, Germantown
Three-story residence, barn, ice-house, IS
acres, Uermautown avenue
Dwelling, No. os Federal street
Dwelling, No. 1813 N. Thirteenth street. . . .
Dwelling, Ktngsesslng avenue, southwest
of Forty-seventh street.
Warehouse, Avondale, Chester county....
Lease on a warehouse, Darby road
Dwelling, No. 16iT Ogden street
Dwelling. No. 11 Ogden street ..
Lot, 160 by 0 leet, chestnut Hill
Lot, Sunset avenue (adjoining)
Lot, Sunset avenue (adjotulng):
Let, Sunset avenue (adjoining) ,
DwtUlng, No. SOT Ellsworth street.
Dwelling, No. 605 Ellsworth street.
Store and Dwelling, liSS PassyunK road...
Store, Passyunk road and Ellsworth St....
Dwelling, No. 1J Amber street
Ground-rent, 84 a year. . ...
Dwelling, No. mis Emerald street.
Ground-rent, 40 a year
Ground-rent, ftso a y ear . . . ,
faround-rent, t&0 a year . .
1 wo lots, llansbury avenue, Qermantowa.
(190 -CO
255-00
5
5
8.S50
19,000
,760
4,300
2,000
,T00
ISO
8,400
400
0OO
825
825
1,HJ
1,100
1,100
8,500
4.SS0
8,450
1 J0
1,175
TOO
75)
750
14,1)00
THE STBICKEX CITY.
Uavases of tbe Pestilence In Buenos Ayres
-tin ir Ittlatls.
w . . . i r - ..KHuhnfl thA fftllAWtrMV
Tne miaunpoii uvumm p""""- -
crtvaie ieiW F iruiu rreinwui - -
luerly a resident of tkat State, but now a resident of
Kuenoi AJiea.
In the montn oi reoiaarj men ippoui ,
dutricta of Bueot Ayraa a few eases t what the phym-
suo as to wutUir it w raally yellow lev.r or not. ttow
" M the caaet were lew in number, end not
SI ouUrly ' fetal, nd. besides, were con
Ened to ne neighborhood, nouedf a4 ..""I
itieotion to it. or earned to think it
worth wbUe to take eny prsmtiun. egem.t ita spreading,
le liie meantime the disease we inoreasms quae rapidly,
ini the aesipers benn to di.cQM. tiie eubjeot eem
lly eonie eUimmg we bad f.ou.u. yellow fever minus
J. other. ewerims with euael oonhJeaoe thui wee not
tt.rdreded deetrofet of huiu.n lite, 'liiy number . of
Lelthi role from hve or ten up to tweaty or tuirty daily,
fnd were peid'absd sepeexetb;. wii tUeet and auiuber,
stie.eto.
ThD popple hpratne tlirmml, end bcnn to mvthe
city by tlioiioeoilfi. It wan etiniMd that not Inna thaa
ten ttioound penple lntt the city in Ringle day. An t he
epidemic prcgreKapri, the people became eo mnch afraid
f it that Uipy dPKorted, in many inetaeoea, their neareHt
frienda and relativea, end many persona died from ns
elfOt who, if properly cared lor, would hare reonvered,
1 he nu in her of deaths roe mpidly until it :nally reaohnd
the appalinr numhnr of TNI dailr, and it ia cent
rally believpd that the full number was not reported. It
mnat be remembered that et the time when the deaths
were reported at from 4(K) fo BuU daily, tbe population of
the city had bepn reduced by previous deaths and re
movals to about 85.000 or 40,000 souls. ( Boenos Ayres ordi
narily has a population of over anS.OlHI.) Hearses were to
be seen in all directions and all honrsof theday and nicbt.
Indeed, there were not hearses enough in the city to carry
oft the dead, so that furniture waeoua and other
vehicles bad to be brought into requisition. Co Ml as eoald
with s;rt difficulty be procured, end it ii sai.I that in
tome instances the same coffin was made to anrre a se
cond time, I's tirst ooenpant hating been removed upon
arriving at the grave. At the cemetery the Sonne vu
till more striking, for there was the gathering of tbe
dead. It reminded one of a "mnss meeting" such as we
see in the States during a polittoal . campaign I only in.
stead of giiyly-colnred banners snd flngs there
waved only the black plumes of the hearses, and
instead of tbe shoots and cheers of exulted partisans,
there was only the silence of the dead, and thesubdaed
sobbing of t be mourners. Twenty or th'rty hearses were
constantly awaiting their turn at the gate of the cemetory
to unload their litelnss passengers, and soon as they were
discharged hastened back to tne city for other thnt
were awaiting them. Within the cemetery walls
there were always to be seen scores ' of coffins
waiting for the graves to be prepared to receive
them, Tor the men employed were not sufflcinnt to keep
pace in their dnlelnl work with the rr.pidly accumulating
corpses. Tbe municipality employed still more, until at
one time there was said to be more than a thousand
grave-diggers at work in tbn cemetery, though I believe
this to be an exaggeration. The loss ot life by the pest i
Icnce is variously estimated from lfi.OOO to 25.000. I pre
sume tbe latter lignre more nearly correct, though to tbe
public the truth will never be known.
LDOAL irjTULLIQSrJOD.
The Dundas Estate Interesting Decision.
Orphan' CourtJudge Paxnon.
In the ro utter of a petition filed by one of the (lis
trlbutees under the will of the late James Dundas,
to have an unprofitable sale of his Interest re
scinded, Judge l'axson gave the following able de
cision, which will be found Interesting alike to the
professional reader and the layman:
In this case a petition was filed in the Orphans' Court
by William Oswald Dundns, setting forth substantially
that James Dundas died in the month of June, 18k'. Tout
under ana by virtue of bis last will and testament, the
pet it ioner waa entitled to recover one thirty -socond part
of his residuary citato. That some time prior to tbe 8th
day of August, A.D. 1ki6, tbe petitioner being in tut of
money, addressed a letter to Joshua Lippincott, he of
tbe executors of said estate, offering to soli his ft t pe
titioner's) interest in said estate. Itat af tor som taego
tiation, Mrs. Agnes Dundna Lipplncoit, the wile 1 f tbe
said executor.and a distributee under the will, parvbaied
the said interest of t he petitioner for the price or sum
of ten thousand dnlhtrs. i'bat in pursuanoe of said
arrangemont. the petitioner and bis wife, on the seventh
day ot November, IMki, executed a deed to Mrs. Lippincott
for the aaid interest, and received therefor the lull con
sideration money. The petitioner further alleges that he
was induced to sell his interest for ten t housand dollars by
reason of misrepresentations of the condition and value
of the estate, made by tbe said Joshua Lippincott, one of
tbe execntors.and the husband of the purchaser ; and that
tbe real value of bis sbare was more than double what he
received for it. He farther alleges that the executors
supplied Airs. Lippincott with the money to make the
purchase. Tbe petitioner prays tbe Court,
1. That the said deed maybe set aside, and given up,
and cancelled, or
2. '1 hut the said Agnes Dnndas Lippincott msy be de
creed to be a trustee of tbe interest of the petitioner in
en id estat e.
U. 'J hat the said Joshua tippincott and Agnes Dundas
Lippincott be ordered toexecute and deliver to petitioner
a aeed reoonvcying tbe said interest in said estate aeon
the repayment ot tbe money paid to the latter.
4. 1 bat the said .tgnns iiuiulas Lippincott be required
to account for and return to the surviving executors all
sums received by ber on aocount of the said interest.
6. That tbe surviving executors shall pay to the peti
tioner the full amount of hit share and interest in tbe
estate.
ii. That tbe auditor upon the accounts of the exeoutors of
the estate of tbe aaid James Dundas suspend the settle
ments of tbe accounts uniil the rights of tbe petitioner in
tbe premises can be ascertained.
7. 'ibatu citution may irsue.
To this petition, and tbe citation issued thereon, Joshua
Lippincott and James Dundas Lippincott, surviving axe
cutois of the will of James Dundas, answer by way of
femurrer, and allege that even if all tbe allegations in
the petition be true, the Orphan?,' Uourt has no jurisdic
tion to tutertain the complaint and grant the relief
proved for.
'1 be Orphans' Court has no general equity jurisdiction.
It is s court of equity in respect to tbe few subjects
within ite jurisdiction, but as was observed by tne late
Chief-Justice Gibson, in Brinkor .vs. Brinker, 7 13., oo,
"tbe auxilliary powers of such a court have not been
given to it. It is a special tribunal for specific oases, and
its resemb ance to a court of equity consists in its prac
tice of proceeding by petition and answer containing tbe
substance bat not tbe technical subtleties and nioe dis
tinctions of a bill in equity."
Tbe Orphans' Court has no statutory jurisdiction in case
of fraud, accident, or mistake. Without consuming time
by retsrenoa to past legislation upon tills suojecc, it is
sufficient to sn that by act ot lritbof Juno. lH3t. Pardon.
fage Wi, plao. H, tbe jurisdiction of the Orphans' Court
s confined to tbe following cases, viz. :
1. Tbe appointment, control, removal, ana aisonarge
of the guardians ef minora, and tbe settlement of their
account. .... . J.J,
2. 1 be removal ana aiscnarge oi executors auu admin
istrators deriving their authority from tbe register of the
respective county, and the ae .tlement of their accounts.
k The distribution of tbe assets and surplusage of the
estate of decedents after such settlement among creditors
and others interested.
4. The saleoi real estate oi ueceuenus
5. The partition of real estate of intestates among tbe
0. The specific exeontion of contracts made by dece
dents to sell and convey any real estate of which such de
cedent shall die seined.
7. Froceeaings ior mo recovery oi legacies.
u ah imu. within their reanective counties, wherein
executors or administrators, guardians or trustees.msy be
possessed of, or are in any way accountable for, any real or
personal esiaie oi a ut-ttnic". . ..... .
Tnia act baa greatly extended the jurisdiction of the
Orphans' Court over trustees. But its jurisdiction ex
tends only to testamentary trusts. It has ne control over
such as arise by deed. In tbe latter class of cases the
jurisdiction of the Common Fleas is exclusive. In testa
mentary trusts it waa held to be concurrent with the
Orphans' Court. Brown's appeal, aa oones, sjj, over
ruling Whratley vs. Badger, 7 Barr, 45.
1 be trust in tnia case, ii any mere uu. uw uui naiav uu
dor or by virtue of any will, or by appointment by tbe Re
sister or Orphans' Court. It is what, is known asacon-
.. . "... I mi Imiilinutinn nf I .
btrUCUVe (rUBl-, . ., "J -"-'" !.,
Hill on Trustees, p. 144, divide constractijwtruate into
two classes, as follows: , . . x .
I When tbe acquisition of the legal estate is tainted
with fiaud, legal or equitable. These arjt known as trusts
3 When the trust depends npon some general equitable
rule, independent of tbe existence ot frud.
i of anv rnle of equity which forbids a
trustee to purchase from bis cetu trum, provided tne
transaction be iree irom irauu. unuu., n tun dim ui
within eii ber of the above classes, it must be within the
first. If there be a trust, it is a trust ex vtatrjiritt.
In Cbekterneia vs. oanBen, a v u, " imruwicaa
divided cases ot fraud which would void a constructive
trust into four classes, as follows :
1. rrauu arising imiu iwpoBibiuu.
2. Fraud apparent from intrinsio value.
j Fraud which may be presumed trom the Circum
stances ot tbe contracting parties ; and
4. Jr raud coliectea irom lus cirumiuuo. , ,m maus
action, as being an imposition on third parties.
It is manifest that tbe facta set oat in the petition,
which for tbe purposes of this esse we mast aa-miue to be
true bring the oee within the drat and third of tne above
stated classes. It is a trust arising by implication, oat
ot the circumstance! alleged in tn petition, ana
ia not a trust existing or arising nnder a will, or out of any
nioceedingsin the Orphana' or Hea-ster s uourt.
It must be remembered that this is not a proceeding
against ihe estate of James punoaa. That estate baa no
interest in tbia controversy, and cannot make nor lose by
ny judgiueut of this court thereon, unless indeed we sus
pend the proceedings belore the aaJitor. ana thus tie up
the large fund in tbe hands ef theexeoutjra' pending this
litiaation. This ia merely a content between a dutnuutee
andapeiaontowbomhehaa eold his interest, lae sale
i..- vl,mir act. auggeated originally
I,. himself, and whether or not . he baa
made a bad bargain merely, or haa been over
reached in the transaction, cannot possibly atfeot tbe
estate of James Dundas or interest the other distribu
tees who are waiting for their money. Toe business of
i.u riitritmta the estate. In this be is but
tbe agent or tbe organ of the court. The position ot tbe
petitioner is that oi one who at one time had an interest,
but who nss parteo wan ii oy sou mi ..iui. tuuu
ratiou. While that deed remains in full force tbe peti
tioner bas no standing before tbe auditor, lie has no fur
ther interest in the estate of Jaiuea Duudaa. iue audi
tor baa n opower to cancel tbe deed and decree a reuon
'i i,rnhMn' Court haa no such Dower, t he
trust, if any, arises under the deed and tbe transao
.i ., ... ..f h,h it inn. It roes not come within our
limited statutory jurisdiction. The relief prayed for here
can only be granted by a judge sitting as a unanceiior,
! -. I . V. rl ...ill u.n.I.I Ml, ,111V IH1WU1.
If we treat this caja aa tbit of a trustee purchasing
from his ctttui uue trust, it still does not altect the estate.
It is not like the ease referred to by Judge Agnew in
ti..m a.l nf m. imruUHa bv a trustee at ilia own
aaleot the trust propny. There the estate is directly
sheet sd and gains or loses, according aa tne pnes paid by
htn,taiaafull uot or otherwise. Ia suuh case tbe
1. 1. ...irt.l.l. .1. i.hi miLifin of the cMt'i aum trut,
A trustee may purchase Irvm hit antui u rif, provided
tnere is a clltlhct Shd clear contrao anu mere is nj
fraud or conoeulment. Hill on Trustees, p. HI ; Uoles y:
TrecotLitib, B Vesey, Jr., 247. Henoe the Wu v rul
ISO Only void tbe sale for fraud. There is no trast in
tbe latter case until the transaction is shown to be tainted
with fraud, legal or equitable, and tbon the trust arises not
under a bill, bat, as before stated, ia implied from tbe
nature of tbe circumstances wliich surround the transac
tion. Of auch a trust the Orphans' Court hat no juris
diction. V bile there is, perhaps, at before stated, no rale which
prohibits a trustee from purcuaniug ot bis crMui yus rl
in a case free trozn fraud, it is not too much to aay that a
court ot equity would scan such a transaction very closely,
particularly where tbe parlies. were not dividing upon
equal terms; s wbere the one waa in possession of inior
matioa not accessible to the othur, and lailod tu commu
nicate tbe earns; mum more so if thsre were any gr.iund
to believe there were any niisrepregiutution by tbe one, or
withholding of tacts wnicu tne otuer waa entitiea to
'"lu'tbs case of Coloa vs. Treootbiok, above cited.the Lord
Chancellor (Kldon) sys; "A trustee may buy from the
r.tt'l ifut M, providea there is a distinct and clear con
tract, ascertained to be suub after jealous and scrupulous
eiaiuinatii'd of all tbe circumstances, providing mt ih
rttui iu (rv( intended the trustee sbould buy ; an I tiure
is no fraud, no tKmcealuient by tue trustee of infor
mation acquiied by bnu in tbe character of trustee. 1
admit it is a dir&cult case touiake out whenever it is c in
tended thai the exception prevails." In such a oase tbe
pi eeun pi ions are ail against tbe trustee, snd the burden
ot vr of is ULM B huu to sliow, by lbs vlaaraat evideuue, lu
ivi ' of tiis svidsuos.
If tbit transit bjr dvttd ba treatsd at s salt Iron obs
distributee to another. It will not bold tbe petitioner.
Ine Orphans' Court cannot take eognizsnoe of snob a
transaction, merely because the subject matter thereof
happens to be a portion of a decedents' estate, In Wick
erotism's Appeal, XXVII Lial lnttlliffmerr, 842, Admit
12, 1M70, It wss held that one exeentor could not recover
on half of bia commissions from bis ce-exeontor in the
Orphans' Court. Mrs, Lippincott did not buy of the
trustee. Rhe bought ef a distributee, and merely stands
in the position of tbe distributee from whom she pur
chased. 1 do not wish to be understood as expressing any
opinion as to the jurisdict ion of t he Orphans' Court in
esses of tbe trsnsferof a distributive share of an estate
by parol, or by instrument not nnder s 'al. We confine this
decision to the rase before ns, vir.., tbe transfer nf snch
interest by a solemn instrument under seal, and for a
valuable consideration.
While we do not think we have Jurisdiction to entertain
the present application, and to grant tbe relief prayed for,
we are not entirely powerless in the premises. We can
reach the snbstantiM justice of this ease by impounding
the sbare of Mr. Dnndas' estate in controversy, and direct
ing tbe executors to hold it properly Invested until the pe
titioner can be beard in a court of equity. Having our
grasp npon the fund.we will hold Ituntil the question now
raised can be decided in tbe appropriate tribunal.
With this qualification we sustain the demurrer and
dismiss the petition.
INSURANCE.
STATEMENT
" OF TSSM.
AMICABLE
fuliial Life Insurance Company
OF NEW YORK,
On the 81st day of December, 1870, as made to the
Auditor General's Department of the State
of Fenrsylvantn,
Capital Stock .1130,000-00
Cash on band 1511-73
" in Chatham National Bank .. 4,053-11
" in bands of agents In course of
transmission 60,690 07
United States Bonds, issued to Sioux City
snd Fad He Kallruad Co., par value,
1100,000; market value 110,500-00
Accrued Interest not yet due 1,200-45
Premium loans endorsed on policies 85,155-16
Ofllce furniture at borne ard branch oftlces 2,104-30
Kevenue stamps 1 09
Bills receivable 1,012-53
Deferred premlnms, being balance of quar
terly and semi-annual premiums for
year 22,913-56
28,146 -9S
Amount of losses during the year, ad
justed but not due 12,116-67
Amount of losses reported to the company
but not acted upon 2,000-00
Amount of dividends due and unpaid 7,230-11
Amount of all other claims against the
company 14,537-32
Amount required to safely reinsure all
outstanding risks, as per the otllcial
valuation of the New York Insurance
Department 102,892-00
1123,770-13
Amount of cash premlnms received 166,150-03
amount of premiums not paid in cash du
ring the year, one-third loan of premium
Indorsed with policies 26,833-69
Interest received from investments 8,336 14
Income from all other sources, specifying
what sources, sale of gold 7-36
1101,377-11
Amount pnld and owing for reinsurance
premiums 133042
Amount of expenses paid daring the year,
Including commissions and fees paid to
agents and officers of the Company 42,165-87
Amount of taxes paid by the Company... 2,162-72
Amount of all other expenses and expen
ditures 29,672-53
Far and market valne of the Company's
stock per share.... 100-00
Amount of losses paid during the year. . . . 6,000-00
Amount of returned premiums, whether
paid or unpaid 7,842-20
Branch Office, No. 430 WALNUT St.,
PHILADELPHIA.
FRANCIS KEY8ER,
624 eod 6t
GENERAL AGENT.
I8UUE I AN OLD
Purely IVT u t u a 1
HOME COMPANY.
NO STOCKHOLDERS TO RECEIVE LARGE
DIVIDENDS.
INCORPORATED IN 184T.
THE PENN MUTUAL
Life Insurance Company
No. 921 CHESNUT STREET.
Accumulated Fund, nearly. . . . . . $1,000,000
Receipts for 1870... $1,250,000
Principal Features Small expenses, absolute se
curity, large Return Premiums, Prompt payment of
Losses, and liberality to the insured.
SAMUEL C. BUET, President.
SAMUEL E. STOKES, Vice-President.
JOHN W. HORNOH, A. V. P. and Actuary.
H. S. STEPHENS, tecretary.
66 1 Sit
CHINA, GLASSWARE, ETO.
GAY'S CHINA PALACE,
No. 1109 CHESNUT Street,
JUST OPENED, AN ENTIRE NEW
SHAPE STONE CHINA,
i
FRENCH FINISH.
Dinner and Tea Seta complete, 103 pieces W-j
4X80,
Sone China Dinner Sets. 100 pieces 12 0
Stone China Dinner Sets, 7 pieces T-78
Stene China Cups and Saueers,per set 12 pieces BO
White Stone China Chamber Sets 2 60
Decorated Stone China Chamber 8ets, 10 ps. . . 4-eo
White French China Dinner Sets, 127 pieces... 18-00
Table Tumblers, per doeen eo
Table Gobleu, per dozen 70
Glass Tea Seta (4 articles) is
Aa endless variety of ail styles White and Deco
rated China Fancy Goods, eta, at lowest prices.
Parties about furnishing for the country; will dn
well to Inspect our Immense stock before purchasing,
Ooods to go out ot the city will be pveked and
delivered to transportation office free or charge.
and insured against breakage to destination.
SHOW-ROOMS
OPEN TILL
NIGHT.
O'CLOCK AT
4 22 12U)
Com Exchange Bag fslanufaiury
JOHN T. BAILEY,
TS. X. Cor. WATER and MARKET Eta.
ROPE AND TWINE, BAG8 and BAGGING, for
Grain, Flour, Salt, super- Phosphate of Lime, gone
Dust, Ktc
Large and small OUNNY BAGS constantly on
hand. AlbO,WOOL SACKS.
J. . aUSTOX. atHaHO.
pASTOn IXciriAIMOIV(
eaippisa awd commibbios merchants,
Ko. I COKNTIES SLIP. New York,
Ho. 18 SOUTH WHAHVKS, Philadelphia,
No. 40 W. PKATT BTKUJiT, baltlmore.
We are prepared to ship every description I
Freight to Philadelphia. New York, wumlrjftoo, anc
lnterinediatw points with promptness and despatch.
Canal Boau and Staauai f urnlaned at toe aborvart
aouce,
INIORANOE,
Fire, I&land, and Marine imnranof.
INSURANCE COMPAIiY
or
NORTH AMERICA.
Incorporated 1794.
CAPITAL 500,000
ASSETS January 1 1871 $3,050,536
Receipts of 70 8,09,1B4
Interests from Investments, 1870., 137,060
-S2,233,
Losses paid In 1870 l,136,m
STATEMENT OF TEE ASSETS.
First Mortgages on Philadelphia City Pro-
nertv.
fSS4,B0
United States Government Loans..
830,989
Pennsvlvanlal State Loans 149.810
Philadelphia City Loans 100,000
Mew jet gey ana omer Biate loana ana
c tv uonns n9.eio
Philadelphia and Reading Railroad Co., -
otner itauroaa Mortgage Bonaa ana
Loans 89.S40
Philadelphia Bank and otter Stocks 2.isa
Cash in Bank 881,049
Loans on Collateral Security 81,434
Notes receivaoie ana marine rremiuma
unsettled 438.420
Accrued interest ana rieminm in course
of transmission 83,201
Real estate, Office of the Company ao.ooo
13,060,634
Certificates of Insurance issued, navable in London
at tne counting noose oi Messrs. aa i w. smr
LEY fc CO.
ARTHUR O. COFFLf,
. . FBBSIDBNT.
C11ARLK PLATT,
VICE-PRE3IDONT.
MATTHIAS MARIS, Secretary.
C. H. REEVES, Assistant Secretary,
DIRECTORS.
ARTHUR G. COFFIN.
FRANCI8 R. COPE,
EDW. H. TROTTER,
SAMUEL W. JONES,
JOHN A BROWN.
CHARLES TAYLOR,
AMBROSE WHITE,
HJJW. O. JLJLtta.K,
T. CHARLTON HENRY,
ALFRED D. JESS UP,
LOUIS C. MADEIRA,
rII A U TXT "ITU 11 It . XT
WILLIAM WH.USU,
JOHN MASUJN.
i&ORGB L. HAKKloUN,
CLEMENT A GRISCOM
WILLIAM BROCEJE.
1829 CHARTER fgRf-gTUAu AQ7i
Mia Fire Insurant Urnm
OF PHILADELPHIA.
Office, Kci. 435 and 437 CHESNUT St
ftssels Jan. 17 1 ,$3,087,45235
CAPITAL. .1400 00000
ACCRUED"stnRPLU8 A1TO PREmU
INCOME FOR 18T1,
LOSSES PAID IN 1870,
11,800,000.
ji,ooi-h-.
Lrosaes) Paid Since 1849 Nearly
50,000,000.
The Assets of the "FRAN KLIN" are all Invested
In solid securities (over 12,760,000 In First Bonds and
Mc-rtfa-res). which are all Interest bearing and
dividend paying. The Company holds no Bills Re
ceivable taken for Insurances effected.
Pemetual ana Temporary roadies on unerai
Terms. Tbe Oompaoy ibo Maes policies npon tbe
Bents or ail kinas or cuuaings, urouna jKents and
Mortgages.
DIRECTORS.
Alfred G. Baker,
Samuel Grant,
George W. Richards,
Isaac Lea,
Alfred Fltler,
Thomas Sparks,
William 8. Grant,
Thomas S. Ellis,
Onstavns 8. Benson.
George Fales,
ALFRED O. BAKER. President.
GEORGE FALES, Vlce-PpesidenU
JAMES W. MCALLISTER, Secretary.
THEODORE HL RitGER. Assistant Secretary.
N C O
B P O R
A T B D
MARCH 81, 19ii0.
FIRE ASSOCIATION,
No. 84 NORTH FIFTH STREET,
.PHILADELPHIA.
CAPITA!. 8300.000.
ASSKT8. JANUARY 1, 1871, $1,703,319-07.
bi A rc.Aijj.iHT utr run; A&sitia.
Bonds and Mortgages f 1,646,967-99
Ground Rents 21,980 83
Real Estate 65,920-70
U. S. Gov. 6-20 Bonds. , 46,000-00
Cash on hand 5H.449 -62
tl.708,319-07
DIRECTORS.
William H. Hamilton,
John Carrow,
George I. Young.
Joseph R Lyndall,
Levi P. CJoata.
Jesse Llirhtfoot.
Robert Shoemaker,
Peter Armbruster,
M. H. Dickinson,
Peter WlUlamson,
Josenh E. SchelL
Samuel Sparhawk,
Samuel Flovd.
WM. H. HAMILTON. President
SAMUEL SFAK1IAWK, Vice-President.
W ILLIAM F. BUTLER, Secretary.
nrnE Pennsylvania fire insurance
jl COMPANY.
Incorporated 1826 Charter Pemetual.
No. 610 WAlLNUT Street, opposite independence
Bquare. .
This Company, favorably known to the commu
nity for over forty vears, continues to Insure against
loss or a am age dj nre on mono or rnvace aaua
logs, either permanently or for a limited time. Also
on Furniture, Stocks of Goods, and Merchandise
generally, on lioerai terms.
Their Capital, together with a large 8urplns Fund,
Is invested in the most careful manner, which ena
bles them to offer to the Insured an undoubted secu
rity In the case of loss.
DIBICTOBS. '
Daniel Smith, Jr., Thomas Smith,
Ifaao Hazlehurst, Henry Lewis,
Thomas Robins, J. GUllogham Fell,
John Devereux, Daniel Haddock,
Franklin A. Comly.
DANIEL SMITH, Jr.; President.
WM. O. Crowe ll, beoretary.
THE ENTERPRISE INSURANCE COMPANY
OF PHILADELPHIA.
OFFICE S. W. CORN Kit FOURTH AND WALNUT
BTKKtTSi
PERPETUAL AND TERM POLICIES ISSUED.
CASH CAPITAL (paid ud in full) 1200,000-00
OASH ASSETS, December 1. 1870 600,388-00
UUUtUlvna.
F. Ratchford Starr,
J. Livingston Errineer.
Nalbro Fraeter,
John M. Aiwood,
Benjamin T. Tredlck,
George H. Stuart,
WUllam , boulton,
Charles Wheeler.
Thomas ILMontgomery,
jonn n. erown,
F. RATCHFORD STARR. President.
THOMAS H. MONTUOMKRY.Vlce-President
ALEXANDER W. WISTKR. t)cretairy.
JACOB E. PETERSON AaalstaDt-Secretary.
F
A M E INSURANCE COMPANY,
No. 609 CHESNUT Street.
WCORrOKATKD 1864. cnattTKB fSaPITUiX.
CAPITAL 1200,000.
FIRE INSURANCE EXCLUSIVELY.
Insurance against Loss or Damage by Fire either by
X erpeiuai or Tempuu jr aruuuuw.
SUtsCTuaa.
Charles Richardson,
Robert Pearoe,
John Kessler, Jr.,
Edward B. Orne,
Charles Stokes,
John W. Kverinan,
Mordecal Buzbr.
William ii. anawn,
WUllam M. Seyfert,
John F. Smith,
Nathan Hllles,
Oeorge A. West,
CHARLES RICHARDSON. President.
WILLIAM H. RHAWN, Vice-President.
Williams I. Blakchabq, Secretary.
a nv . . n tsraTTD a von si
tvosDoa.
BSTiBUHlIKD lHOA.
faJd-op CapiUl aod aocsmnlsUd roadts
r38.000.000' IN GOLD.
PREVOST 4 HERRING, Agents,
no. in a third awa,Fbiudoipii
haa m. rajrvon, cuaa r. Haa&xat
INSURANOE.
DELAWARE MUTUAL BAFKTT INSURANCB
COMPANY. Incorporated bv the Legislature
oi Pennsylvania, 1830. ,..
Office B. B. corner of THIRD and WALNUT Streets,
rnuaoeinnia.
MARINE INSURANCES 1
oa Vessels, Cargo, and Freight to all parta of Us
INLAND INSURANCES
n Goods by river, canal, lake, and land carriage to
ait pnrta vi mo union. .
FIRE INSURANCES
a Merchandise generally ; on Stores, Dwellings,
Houses, etc.
ASSETS OF THE COMPANY,
November 1, 1870.
,000 United States Six Per Cent
Loan (lawful mone) (1333.876 00
100,000 State of Pennsylvania Six Per
Cent. Loan 814,000-OC
00,000 City of Philadelphia Six Per
Cent. Loan (exempt from
Tax) FM,m-ca
144,000 State of New Jersey Six Per
uenuLoan iw,vw-vu
80,000 Pennsylvania Kauroaa irsi
Mortgage Six PerCt. Bonds.
86,000 Pennsylvania Railroad Second
MoruraKe Six Per Ct. Bonds.
80,700-Ot
85,260-OC
80,000-00
86,000 Western Pennsylvania Rail.
road Mortgage ix rer uenu.
Bonds (Pennsylvania Rail
road (marantee) .
80.000 State of Tennessee Five Per CL
Loan lu.vw-uu
T.000 State of Tennessee Six Per ct.
Loan
19.600 PnnnHTlTnnla Railroad Com.
4,200-00
pany (260 Shares Stock) 16,000-00
o,uuu norm Pennsylvania naiiroaa
Comnanv flOO Shares Stock) . .
4,800-OC
4,000-01
861,650-00
10,000 Philadelphia and Southern Mall
meamship company (busn i
Stock)
1,680 Loans on Bond and Mortgage,
first Hens on City Properties..
11,860,160 Par. C'St, 11,864,447-84. M"kt VI 11,293 -687 -W
jeai instate oo,uuu-ou
Bills Receivable for Insur- -
anoes made 830,971-27
Balances due at Agencies
, Premlnms on Marine Policies
Accrued Interest an-1 jUier
debta due the Company i t3,ZlS40
Stock and Scrip, etc., ol sun
dry corporations, 17960, esti
mated value S.tn-oo
Cash 142,91113
11,830,727-97
DIRECTORS.
Thomas C. Hand,
Samnel S. Stokes,
tfonn v. uavis,
wiuiam u. uouiion,
Edward Darlington, .
II. Joaes Brooke, .
Edward Lafourcade.
Jamnna a. bonder,
oseph H. Seal.
James Traqualr,
uenry sioan,
Henry C. Dailett, Jr.,,'
James C. Hand,
Jacob Rlegel,
Jacob P. Jones,
James B. McFarland,
wniiam u. Lndwig,
Hugh Craig,
John D. Taylor,
George W. Bernadon,
Joshna P. Eyre,
Spencer Mcllvalne,
Thomas P. Stotesbury,
John B. Semple, PlttsbTg,
A. B. Bertrer. Pittsburg,
wm. C. Houston,
H. Frank Robinson.
D. T. Morgan, Pittsburg.
THOMAS C,
hand, rresiaeni.
JOHN C. DAVIS. Vice-President.
Hbnkt Lylbcrn, Secretary.
Ubnrt Ball, Assistant Secretary.
ASBURY
LIFE INSURANCE CO.
NSW YORK.
C. C. NORTH, President.
A. V. STOUT, Vice-President.
EMORY McCLINTOCK, Actuary.
JAMES M. LoNCACRE,
MANAGEIl FOR PENNSYLVANIA AND
DELAWARE,
Office, 303 WALNUT St., PtUadlpMa,
A. E. M. PURDY, M. D., Medical Examiner.
REV. 8. rowBMB, Hpeolal Asent. .,
Union Intial Insurance Company
OF PHILADELPHIA
INCORPORATED ISO t.
Fire, Marine, and Inland Inurano9.
Office, N. E. Cor. THIRD and WAINUT
LOSSES PAID SINCE FORMATION,
87,000,000.
ASSETS OF THE COMPANY, JANUARY 1, 18T1,
S256,397'89.
RICHARD 8. SMITH, President.
JOHN MOSS, Beoretary.
People's Fire Insurance Company,
No. 514 WALUUT Street.
i CHARTERED 1869. ' '
Fire Insurance at LOWEST RATES consistent
with security. Losses promptly adjusted and paid.
NO UNPAID LOSSES. .. ,
Assets .December 81, 1870 tlS8,8srT8
cuas. ii bunn, rresiaeat.
GEO. 3USCH. Ja., Secretary.
A NT HRACITK INSURANCE COMPANY.
TNCORPORATED 1864.
CHARTER PERPETUAL,
nmnfl. No. an WALNUT Street, between Third
and Fourth streets, Philadelphia.
This Company will Insure against Loss or Damage
by Fire, on Buildings, Furniture, and Merchandise
generally. . ,
Frelehts. Laland Insurance to all parts of the Union.
William Esher,
Lewis Andenreid,
John Ketcham,
J. E. Baum,
John B. Heyl,
Samuel H. RothermaL
Wm. M. uairo, .
John R. Biaklston,
W. F. Dean.
Peter Sieger,
WILLIAM ESUEK. President
WM. F. DEAN, Vice-President.
Smith, Secretary.
W.M,
HARDWARE, ETO.
CUMBERLAND NAILS
8475 Per Keg.
These Nails are knows to be the best In the market
AH llalli, ne waste, aad cot mo
more than other brands.
Each keg warranted to contain 100 pounds of Nails.
Also, a large assortment or one Hinges, Locks, and
Knobs. Salld Bronxe, suitable for nrst-oiasa build
ings, at the great
Cheap-for-Cash Hardware Store
or
Is o. BUAivrvoif.
1 14 tuthsS No. 1009 MARKET Street
TOADIES'
HUMAN HAIR KMPOUIUM
No. T S. TENTH Street.
TTavintr nnened a new and snlendid store for
accommodation of the ladles who desire fine HAIR
WORK, the best talent that can be procured is em
ployed in this line of business, who have had twelve
years' experience in France and Germany, mmng
up all me vanoua ueaigus ui r nu-u. w"-
INCio. wmon some nave uit prcaiuuuuu wu uwm
,kal. inVAntlnns.
The ability of MIS8 WEEKS in HAIR DRESSIWa
is acknowledged by ar tists In the business to stand
unrivalled. Ulswlteti u. V. vnma.
nnilDlV INSTITUTE. NOS 168T AND 16TO
I i HPKDCE Street. Philadelphia. Pa. ENGLISH
and FRENCH for Young Lad it end UUm. Board'
inn.nii ria nnn i win reonen oa siuiiuai dph
tmhrSO. i-rench i4h lanauaat tj theamily, and
U constantly " "S T T,..,
lthstuaml w..ua-Lii u unanu.ii x nmjiym.
A LIXANDIB O. OATTBLIi C O.,
r iBXDUCa uomniBBiuM siiuiuaAAit,
No. iORTH WHARV4
AM O
WO. If MORTH WaTER STREET;
Ujxavpi 9, Cattixk Ilua crm
AMUSEMENTS.
MiENNKRCHOR GARDEN, N. E. CORNEIC
COATK" snd IRAN KLIN Stre ts.
CARL SENTZS RANn INSTRUMENTAL
' C0NC:BHTS,
iVERY EVENING, from June 80 to SeptmborS.
Beason Tickets, admitting one gent and lady., f 6-00
rarkaires of fonr tickets l-oo
Are now ready at Messrs, :North tv Co.'s, Chestnut
street, below tlevsnth ; Andre fc co.'s, No. 1104
Chestnut strert; Louis Meyer's, No. 14i3Chesnut
street j Fred. Welhenmsyer's, No. tot Cots street.
, H. TORCHIANA, .
; 6 2T tnwth8t Rosiness Agent "
SIMPSON'S NEW MUSEUM AND MENAGERIE.
H. W. COR. NINTH AND ARCH STREETS.
Open dally. - Admission 26 cents.
600,000 CURIOSITIES.
In the Lecture Room, the beautiful Drams,
SKA OF ICE; OR, A MOTHER'S PRAYER.
EVERY EVENING, and WEDNESDAY and SATUR
DAY MATINEES.
New Peenery. New Dramas prodnoed.
POWERFUL CAST OF CHARACTERS.
LOOK OUT FOR "FOURTH1' OF JULY!
: 8AFE DEPOSIT OOMPANIE8.
XHE PEBNSYLVAHIA COUPAafT
FOR INSURANCES ON LIVES AND
GRANTING
ANNUITIES.
Office ZTo. 804 WALNUT Street.
INCORPORATED MARCH 10, 1813.
CHARTER PERPETUAL.
CAPITAIi $1,000,000.
SURPLUS UPWARDS OF (750,000.
i
Receive money on deposlt,retnrnabl8 on demand,
for which Interest la allowed.
And nnder appointment by Individuals, corpora
tions, and courts, act as
EXECUTORS, ADMINISTRATORS, TRUSTERS.
GUARDIANS, ASSIGNEES, COMMITTEES.
RECEIVERS. AGENTS, COLLECTORS, ETC.
And for the faithful performance of Its duties as
such all Its assets are liable.
CHARLES DUTILH, Piesident,
WnxiiH B. Hill, Actuary.
DIRECTORS.
Charles Dntllh,
Henry J. Williams,
William 8. Vaux,
John R. Wncherer
Adolph E. Borle,
Joshua B. Lippincott,
Charles H. Hutchinson,
Llndley Smyth,
Oeorge A. Wood,
Anthony J. Antelo,
Alexander Diddle,
unanes a. iewis,
Henry Lewis.
pH
PHILADELPHIA TRUST
SAFE DEPOSIT
AND
INSURANCE COMPANY,
OFriCK AKO BURGLAR-PKOOF VATLTS IW
THE PHILADELPHIA BANK BUILDING,
No. 421 CHESNUT STREET.
CAPITAL, 1500,000.
For Bafk-kkbpinq of Qovbrmmint Bonps and
other Sscckitibb, Family Platx, Jbwblbt, and
other Valuables, nnder special guarantee, at the
lowest rates.
The Company also offer for Rent, at rates varying
from f 18 to $76 per annum, the renter holding the
kny, SMALL SAFES IN THE BURGLAR-PROOF
vaults, affording absolute security against man
Tbbft, Bckolary, aud Accidbnt.
Ail nauciary oongaiioBs, sncn as trusts, uuak-
DUMSHipa, ExEcuTORsnu f, etc., will be undertaken
and faithfully discharged.
All trunt investments are Avpf separate ana apart
rom the Company's asset.
circulars, giving run aetaus, rorwaruea on appu-
cation.
DLKBUTUKS.
Thomas Robins,
Augustus Heaton,
F. Ratchford Starr,
Daniel Haddock, Jr.,
Edward Y. Townsend,
John D. Taylor,
Hon. WUllam A. Porter.
Lewis R. Asbhurst,
Livingston Errlnger,
R. P. McCnllagh,
Edwin M. Lewis,
.Tames Ia uiagnorn,
Lien lam In B. Comegys,
Edward s. Handy,
josepu arauu, jn, u,
OFFICERS.
President LEWIS R. A8HHURST.
Vlce-Presldent-J. LIVINOSTON ERRINGER.
Secretary R. P. McCULLAGH.
Treasurer WM. L. DUBOIS. a SfmwS
PLUMBINOi OAS FITTING, ETC
PANCO AST & MAULE,
THIRD and PEAR Streets,
Plain and Galvanized
Wrought and Cast Iron Pipes
For Gat, Steam and Water.
FITTIHGS, BRASS WORK, TOOLS,
BOILER TUBES.
Fipe of all Bizet Cut and Fitted to Order
CARD.
Having sold HENRY B. PANCOAST and FRAN
CIS L MAULE (gentlemen in our employ for seve
ral years past) the Stock, Goodwill and Fixtures of
onr RETAIL ESTABLISHMENT, located at the
corner of THIRD and PEAR streets, In this city,
that branch of our business, together with that of
HEATING and VENTILATING PUBLIC and PHI.
VATB BUILDINGS, both by STEAM and HOT
WATER, In all its various systems, will be earned;
on nnder the firm name of PANCOAST A MAULE,
at the old stand, and we recommend uiem w ine
trade and business public as being entirely compe
tent to perform all work of that character- ,
Pnlladelphia, Jan. M, 1870. L
FIRE AND BURQLARPROOF SAFES
STEAM
FIRE-PROOF SAFES,
8ANnorurs patent
Burglar-Proof Safes,
.......
Of Welded Steel and Iron;
MADE BY
AMERICAN
STEAM SAFE CO.
Ho. 32 S. FOURTH 8t.
E. W. THOMAS.
1 1 stnthemrp
UOOKINQ OUA8Eli ETO.
HEW ROGERS GROUP.
'RIP VAN WINKLE." . .
NEW CHROMOS.
All Cnromos sold at 86 per cent, below regular rates.
All of Prang's, Hoover's, and all others.
Send for catalogue.
LooUIn6JilaseJ,
ALL NEW STYLES,
At the lowest prices. All of our own manufacture.
JAMES ft. EARLS & SONS.
Wo. 816 CHESNUT STREET.
Ho. 418 WALNUT STREET.
' Francis I. rastoriust
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Patenu procured lox Inventions. l J
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