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THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, JUNE I, 1871.
John Niebel was stabbed in a beer saloon
a Judson and Brown streets last night by a
butcher named Charles Whitbnrger. Th
wound is in the abdomen, bat is not fatal.
Niebel is a resident of the Nineteenth ward.
The assailant was arrested later in the even
ing. The thunder shower yesterdaj afternoon
nipped in the bnd the gaaue between the
Athletics and Olympics.
A pawn ticket bearing the name of
Catharine Butler was found ia the pocket of
an unknown woman who attempted to com
mit suicide by jumping into tbe Delaware
last night She is now in the Pennsylvania
An extraordinary case of fiendish cruelty
came before Alderman Kerr yesterday after
noon. It was that of William Bradley, a poor
and respectable colored man, who on the 12th
of March last was, without any provocation
whatever, assaulted near his home in Emeline
street by a gang of rowdy oolored boys, and
beaten, stabbed, and maimed in a fearful
manner. lie was jumped upon; his ankle
bone was twisted from its socket, and the
bones protruded through the flesh, lie was
taken to the Pennsylvania Hospital, where
amputation was necessary. Abscesses broke
out over the body, and he had almost con
stant bleeding of the nose. 8noh diabolioal
atrocity has rarely ever been heard of in
Philadelphia. The poor colored man ap
peared at the Central yesterday and preferred
charges against Abner Anderson, one of his
assailants. Anderson was promptly commit
ted. The case excited the utmost sympathy of
everybody present, and the other sooundrela
will be arrested ere long.
The Ilighway Committee of Councils
visited Girard Avenue Bridge yesterday, and
it is probSle they will report in favor of
spending $10,000 to patch up the bridge tem
porarily, and $ 800,000 to build a new, strong,
and handsome structure.
The corporation for the relief of the
widows and children of clergymen in the
communion of the Protestant Episcopal
Church in the Commonwealth of Pennsylva
nia has published its annual report. The
corporation is more than a hundred years
old, and much of its work of benevolenoe is
of a character necessarily private. The re
port shows that the assets, which are in real
estate, ground rents, Pennsylvania, Phila
delphia, and United States loans, bonds, and
mortgages, etc., amount, at market value, to
$32G,SG0-01. The nominal amount of all
outstanding engagements is $106, 859 '06.
Horace Binney is the President of the soci
ety; James Soiners Smith, Treasurer; and
James M. Aertsen, Secretary.
President Grant went to Long Branch this
The Massachusetts Legislature has ad
journed, the two branches having compro
mised their difficulties.
The corner-stone of the Cumberland
Valley State Normal School was laid yester
day, with imposing ceremonies, at Shippens
The first fatal accident in the Yo Semite
Valley happened on Monday, when Giaoomo
Campi, of San Francisco, fell from one of the
cliffs, fractured his skull, and died.
President Grant having asked the Aus
trian Government to allow Baron Lederer,
its Minister to the United States, to preside
over the arbitration of the Cuban claims, im
perial permission has been telegraphed to
Victor Hugo has left Belgium for Hol
land. The adherents of the Duo d'Aumale and
the Bonapartists are very active.
All foreigners in Paris are requested to
report to the headquarters of the army.
Nearly all the newspapers that tempora
rily removed to Versailles have returned to
The number of prisoners now in the
hands of the French Government exeeeds
Large sums of money were found upon
the persons of come of the captured officers of
A society has been formed at Havre to
prevent tbe resumption of intercourse be
tween Frenchmen and Germans.
The Italian Government has instructed
its prefects throughout the country to capture
au tne ransians wno may enter Italy.
There are signs of a speedy coup d'etat
in the National Assembly to depose President
'inters and summon Uount de Chambord to
the throne of France.
A very bad 6tate of affairs still exists in
Paris. Arrests and executions of men and
women continue, and horrible effluvia from
the bodies of the dead nil certain quarters of
HAGGLING IN THE HIGHLANDS.
It is odd to notice the style in which the
country-folk coming into Stornoway go about
their purchases. For instance, a man comes
into town to buy a bonnet (a bootch cap).
He goes first to the draper's, and after
lounging about in the shop, looking round,
and perhaps offering an occasional remark
on the weather and other general subjects, as
if he had no intention of making a purchase
(tor tne people consider the spaoe outside
tne counter to be publio property), he at
last approaches the business that
brought him. ne tries on a variety
of bonnets, asks the prices, and takes
particular note of the bonnets that unit him.
He then leaves the shop and proceeds to
another draper s, where he goes through the
same process; and, having gone through the
town in this way, returns to the place where
fee thinks be will make the best bargain.
After a great deal of haggling to bring down
the prices, he perhaps makes the purchase,
but, if not eatisnsd, he will go away, to
return some other day, and see if he cannot
get tbe article for a penny or a half-penny
less. This style of business is not confined
to the Jews. A gentleman connected with
the Perth and Inverness liailwav told me
that, when that line was first opened, some of
the natives, wholly unaooustomed to fixed
prices,endeavored to deal with the ticket clerk
as they would with a shopkeeper. The
following was one of the dialogues that en
sued: Countryman "What is the price to
Kingussie?" Ticket clerk "Two and eight-
fence." "Two and eightpence? Hech, never!
11 give you two shillings." "There is no
reduction. The fare is two and eight."
"Make it two and tuppence, aad it's a bar
gain." "I tell you the fare is two and eight
pence." "It's only a matter of thirty milus."
"It doesn't matter what it is. That is the
fare." "I'll give you two and threepence."
"It won't do.,v "Two and fourpenoe, then."
"No, nor two and fourpenoe." At two and
sixpence he made a dead stand, and, finding
tbe clerk inexorable, went away and waited
till the next train, when he came back with
Lis 4ffer of the two and sixpence, in hopes of
finding the clerk more aooonimodating.
Mairaett Uuutt ana Auroaa.
TUN FROM UARPXKS DRAWER.
Even the Boston t, entlemen of color par
ticipate with the white tavam of the Hub In
thair lofty disdain of the talent of New York.
A friend, happening to be caught in that city
over Sunday, thought he would take a glimpse
at some of the churehes. Stepping inside the
porch of an A 1 meeting-house, the sexton,
colored, approached respectfully, and said:
"Will you have a seat, Sah ? Happy to show
yon to one. Sah. Plenty seats this morn
"No, thank you; can t stay but a moment:
just stopped to glance at the churoh. What
is tbe name of the clergyman?"
-mat, sen, is the Kev. Dr. .
"Fine preacher, isn't he?"
"Well, sah. peoples has' different notions
"But he seems quite animated.
"Yes. sah; consid'ble animated."
"And eppears to have talent?"
"Well, sab, as I said afo', peoples has such
different notions 'bout preachers. Dar's some
dat links be s mighty good on de words. I
tink myself he's nfair man, sah a fair- man.
but not of de prima facie class. He's a gotd
man. sah, a well-meanin man. but not a
talented man. He's a New York man. sah!"
From a new edition of Dean Ramsay's
charming "Reminiscences of Soottish Life
and Cbaraoter we quote two short anecdotes:
An old clerical friend upon Speyside, a con
firmed old bachelor, on going np to the pulpit
one bunday to preach, found, after giving eu
the psalm, that he bad forgotten his sermon.
I do not know what his objections were to his
leaving the pulpit and going to the mansa for
his sermon, but he preferred sending his old
confidential housekeeper for it. He accord
ingly stood up in the pulpit, stopped the sing
ing, which had commenced, and thus accosted
his faithful domestic: "Annie, I say, Annie,
we're committed a mistak the day. Ye maun
jist gang your waa'a hame, and ye'll get my
sermon out o my breek-ponch, an we 11 sing
to the praise o' the Lord till ye come back
"I see, James, that you tak a bit nap in
kirk," said a minister to one of his people;
"can ye no take a mull with you? and when
you become heavy, an extra pinch would
keep you up."
May be it wad, said James; "but pit you
the sneeshin intil your sermon, minister, and
may be that'll serve the same purpose.'
it is related of a colporteur, sent out in
the palmy days of colportage by the Ameri
can Tract Society, that he asked a rough
Arkanoan what denomination a certain de-lapidated-looking
meeting-house belonged to.
Waal, stranger, was the reply, "she war
a Hard-Shell Baptist, but they don't run her
This the denominational part calls to
mind the reply of an old Pennsylvanian who
"struck oil, sold a portion of his land for a
great price, and went to the bank to get his
check cashed. On being asked what "denomi
nation" he would have his money in. he
A little in PreBbyterian to suit tbe old
woman, but the heft of it in Free-will
Ine following from the Barnam Memoirs
will be a keenly relished by Catholic as by
There was an old woman living at Naples,
very devout, who went to her confessor on a
ease of conscience. Her object was to learn
whether San Gennaro or the Virgin Mary was
the greater saint.
"Why, daughter, said the padre, "that is
a very nice question, and perhaps it might
puzzle the Holy Father himself to decide
upon it. However, for your comfort, it may
be perhaps satisfactory to know that both of
them were apostles !
It must nave been with infinite chuckle,
and many of what Cooper describes as old
Leather-stocking's long, inward laughters,
that Henry Ward Beecher, during a late
vacation, heard one of his own published
sermons delivered in an obscure village. At
the close of service he aocosted the "divine,"
and said, "That was a very good discourse;
how long did it take you to write it ?"
"Oh, I tossed it off one evening when I
bad leisure," was the reply.
"Indeed! said Mr. Beecher. "It took
me longer than that to think out the very
framework of that very sermon.
"Are you Henry Ward Beecher?
"I am," was the reply.
"Well, then," said the nnabashed preacher,
"all that I have to Bay is that I ain't ashamed
to preach one of your sermons anywhere !"
THE FCRNITURE AT GOULD & CO. '8 IS THE
moft reliable to be had; they nave the largest
and cbeapest stock to select irom ; they In all cases
Their three stores are thronged daily; give them
a call ; you will save money and get the newest styles.
GOULD &. CO., northeast corner of NINTH and
MARKET, and Nos. ST and 89 North SBCOND
Street, and No. 1206 MARKET street. 6 26 6trp
HOrSEKEEPING ARTICLES. REFRIGER A
torn, Water-coolers, etc.; Table Cutlery. Bird
cages, Mats, Brushes, etc.: Iron, Wire, Tin, wood,
ana w mow ware, tuku. a. uhuiiBO,
No. 1319 ch&SNUT Street,
(Formerly with John A. Murphey, lately with E.
J. Williams.) 6 26 6t
WINDOW BLINDS, ETC
Lace Curtains, Curtain Cornices
PAINTED SHADES of the latest tints.
BLINDS paiDted and trimmed-
STOKE SHADES made and lettered.
Picture Cord, Tassels, Etc, Repairing promptly
D. J. WILLIAMS, Jr.,
So. 16 NORTH SIXTH STREET,
B T tutbs3m
TJARLOWS INDIGO BLUE IS THE CHEAPEST
JJ ana best article in tue inarxei lor
It does not contain any acid.
It will not Injure the finest fabric
It la put np at
WII.TBEROER'S DHUO HTOKK,
No. 233 N. SECOND Street, Philadelphia,
And for sale bv most of the Grocers and Druggists,
The s-enulne has both BARLOW'S and WILT-
BF.RGER'8 name on the label ; all others are OOUN-
will coHr more water than four times the sam
weight of Indigo. V8 tuthssm
WM. M. CHRISTY,
Blank Book Manufacturer, Sta
tioner and Printer,
No. KT S. THMiD Street,
Opposite Girard Bank.
Corn Exchange Bag Manufactory.
JOHN T. BAILEY,
K. E. Cor. WATER and MARKET Sti
ROPE AND TWINE, BAGS and BAGGING, for
Grain, Fluur, Salt, super-Phoap hate of Lliue, Bona
Large and smaU OUNNY BAGS cons
hand. AlbO, WOOL SACKS.
S A L K
An elegant conn try sent at Chesnnt Hill, Philadel
phia, ten minutes walk from depot, and five hundred
yards from Pslrmoant Park ; lawn of nearly nine
acres, adorned with choice shrubbery, evergreen,
frnlt and shade trees. A most healthy location,
views for 40 miles over a rich country, modern
pointed stone house, gas, water, etc., coach, Ice, and
spring houses, never falling spring of purest water
(lake for boating), all stocked with mountain
trout, carp, etc., beautiful cascade, with succession
of rapids through the meadow.
' Apply to J. R. TRICE, on the premises. 4 23
No. 8248 CHESNDT Street (Marble Terrace),
THREE-BTORY, WITH MANSARD ROOF, AND
THREH-STORY DOUBLE BACK
Sixteen rooms, all modern conveniences, gas, b h,
hot and cold water.
Lot 18 feet front and 120 feet 8 inches deep to a
Inr tedlate possession. Terms to suit purchaser.
f M. D. LIVENSETTER,
4 18 No. 129 South FOURTH Street.
FOR SALE HANDSOME BROWN-STONE
Jjiiji Residence, west side of Broad, above Master
street, containing all modern Improvements. Lot
60 by 20C feet to Carlisle street;
Also, a modern three-story brick Dwelling, with
side yard, No. 1413 North Eighteenth street, oon
taining ten rooms, with all the convralences, and
will be sold a bargain.
Also, elegant four-story brown-stone Residence,
No. 1917 Chesnut street, built in a very superior and
substantial manner. Lot 44 if by 17S feet,
AUo, Dlnety-tbree acre Farm, in Richland town
ship, Bucks county, within 2 miles of North
Pennsylvania Railroad. R. J. DOBBINS,
6 20 stnth 6t Ledger Building.
FOR SALE, A BARGAIN VALUABLE J
Farms in Montgomery county, Pa., on the.3
ietblt'liem pikp, 18 miles north or Philadelphia, netir
the North Pennsylvania Railroad, contaiutng 265
acres, with handsome Improvements and all the
modern conveniences. lias two tenant houses and
two large barns (stabling for 10 horses and cattle),
and all other necessary outbuildings. It is well
watered, and under good fence, etc. There la a
variety of fruit and about 80 acres of timber. Can
be divided into two farms if desired. It contains
everything to commend it as a gentleman's countrr
residence. Apply to R. J. DOBBINS, Ledger Build
ing, or P. R. SCUERR, on the premises. 5 20stuth6t
NORTH BROAD SPREET LOTS. FOR
3 sale very cheap, west side of Broad, above
Vine, 78 by 196 feet; west side of Broad, above
Thompsor, 200 feet deep to Carlisle street; east
side Broad, corner Cambria, 100 feet front by 623
feet to Thirteenth street. R. J.DOBBINS,
5 20 atuth 6t Ledger Building.
fm TO LET FURNISHED OOTTAOB AT
IK CHBSNUT HILL for the summer; suitable for
four or six persons. It has gas, bath, hot and cold
water. Possession given Immediately. Price, $100
a month. Address
6 81 4t F. A. J., "Telegraph orace."
MFOR SALE OR TO RENT HANDSOME
Brown-stone Residence, situated S. W. corser
d and Thompson streets, containing all modern
conveniences, and newly frescoed and painted
throughout. D. M. FOX & SONS, No. MO N. FIFTH
Street. 6 20stuthot
VALUABLE MILL SITE. SEVENTY-FIVK
horse power, and ix-roomed house, with "four
acres of ground, desirable lor paper mill. Address
J. MAX GREEN,
6 20 stnth 6t no. 509 ctifcSN UT Street.
COUNTRY AND CITY PROPERTIES
FOR SALE, RENT, and EXCHANGE In
orc.it number and varieties bv
w T . a T- t nt t
6 6 lm No. S09 CIIRSNUT Street.
STORE, Ho. 339 MARKET Street.
APPLY ON PREMISES.
3. B. ELLISON A SONS.
f TO RENT, FURNISHED DESIRABLE
Biliil Summer Residence, Township Line, near
ftjhool Lane, Germantown.
JUSTICE BATEMAN A CO.,
6 ltf No. 122 South FRONT Street
IN THE ORPHANS' COURT FOR THE CITY
AND COUNTY OF PHILADELPHIA.
Estate Of ANNA ULAN KM AN, deceased.
The Auditor annotated bv the Court to audit.
settle, and adjust the final account of CHARLES II.
bAi ut sxn i -N , umiuiBirtuor auu irumee 01 ine
estate of ANNA BLANKMAN, deceased, and to
report distribution of tbe balance in the .bauds of
the accountant, will meet the parties Interested, for
the purpose of his appointment, on TUESD v Y, June
18, 171, at 4 o'clock P. M., at his office, No. 16 N.
SEVENTH Street, in the city of Philadelphia.
WM. KNIGHT SHRYOCIC,
S 1 tbsta 6t Auditor.
TN THE ORF HANS' COURT FOR THE
X AND COUNTY OF PHILADELPHIA.
Estate of HENRY Z&LLKlt, deceased.
Notice la hereby given that CAhOLINE SCHULZ,
a daoghter of said decedent, has hied in the sail
Court her petition and appraisement of the personal
estate of sutd decedent wtilch she elects to retain
nnder act of Assembly of April 14. lsai. and its sup
plements, and that the same will be approved by the
Court on SATURDAY, June 3, A. D. 1ST1, unless
exceptions be tiled thereto.
No. 241 Sou til THIRD Street,
6 22 mtlxt Attorney fur Petitioner,
IN THE ORPHANS' COURT FOR THE CITY
AND COUNTY OF PHILADELPHIA.
Estate of BARBARA A. WALKER, deceased.
The Audit jr annotated by the Court to audit, settle,
and adjust the account of JOSEPH E. and JAMEi
D. WALKER, Executors and Trustees under the last
will aud testament of BARBARA A. WALKER,
deceased, and to report distribution of the balance
In the hands of the accountant, will meet the par
tics interested for the purpose of his appointment
on wii.DNiJ.bjJA, onne 7, ivu, at u o ciock a. iu.,
at his office. No. 682 WALNOT Ktreet. In the city
or rniiaueipnia. J. u. .uua.auAxi ih.n,
6 2MhstuBt Auditor,
T N THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS FOR THE
1 CITY AND COUNTY OF Pll 1 LAOKLl HI A,
September Term, 1969, No. 89. In Dtvarce. SOPHIA
BARN ED, by her next friend, etc., vs. HENRY N.
ToHENRYN. BARNED, respondenU-Pleasetake
notice that the Conrt has granted a rule on you to
thow cause why a divorce a vinculo matrimonii
should not be decreed In the above case. Return
able on SATURDAY, the Bd day or Jun, 1871. at 10
o'clock A.M. L. H. FLETCHER,
6 26 fbtuitut Attorney for Ubellaiit.
TESTATE OF JOHN F. COTTRELL. DECEASED,
lrj Ltttersoradmlnistration.de bonis nou, on tbe
estate oi JOHN F. COTTRELL. late of the city of
Philadelphia, deceased, having been granted to the
nBdtreigned bv tne tfegisieroi wins lor ma city
and county of Philadelphia, all persons Indebted to
said estate are requested to make payment, aud
those having claims against the same to present
them without delay to
EL AM B. LONG, Administrator,
Noa. 6T and 69 I.AUUEL Street;
Or to his attorney, JOHN robkkts,
6296t NOj13 S- SIXTH Street.
T ? STATE OF JOSEPH S. NATT, DECK1SSO.
Jv Letters tentamentary upon the estate of
JOSEPH S NATT, dee d, having been duly granted
to tbe undersigned, all perilous indebted to tbe tald
estate are requested to make immediate payment,
and thoee having alalnis or demands agtmitt the
same to make thein known without delay to
JOHN G. KOKD. Administrator,
4 IT th Ct No. 8u4 U 11 ESN UT -, PhUa.
CITY AND COUNT r OF PHILADELPHIA, 83.
The Commonwealth of Peansylvaula, to the
Sheriff of Philadelphia county, greeting:
We command yon, as before we dis, that yoi
summon HENRY E, DOWNING, late of your
county, so that be be and appear before our Judges
at Phlladtlphla, at our District Court for the City
and County of Philadelphia, to be holden at Phila
delphia, in and for said city aud csunty of Philadel
phia, the first Monday of Jane next, there to an
swer Hannah Mary Alder, assignee of Thomas
Earp, George Ksrp, Jr., and Mary Ann Karp, execu
tors of Robert Earp, deceased, of a plea of breach
of covenant sur ground rent deed made between
Thomas Earp, George Earp.Jr., and Mary Ann
Earn, executors of Kobert Earp, deceased, and
Henry E. Downing, dated the 6th day of March, A.
D. 1661, and recorded 14th day of March, A. D. 1881.
in deed book A. C. H , No. , page 860, etc. Ana
have you then and there thia writ
Wtntss the Honorable J. I. CLRK
iuf. HARE, President of our said Court, at Phlla-t-v'
delphia, th-23d davof May, In the year of
onr Lord one thousaud eight hundred and seventy
one. B. E. FLETCHER,
5 25 law2w Frotlwnotary.
CITY AND COUNTY OF PHILADELPHIA, 8S.
The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania to the
Sheriff of Philadelphia Coti ty. greeting: .
We command you, as bef, .e we did, that vou sum
mon THOMAS McGAREY, late of your county,
so that he b and appear terore our Judges at Phi
ladelphia, at our Coart of Common Pleas for the city
and county of l'hlladelnhla. to be holden
at Philadelphia. In and for tne said city
aad county of Philadelphia, the lirst Monday of June
next, there to answer Abraham M. Langfeld,A.aron
Ltchten. and Charles I.angreldr assignees of William
Howell and ReDecca T., his wlfe.who were assignees
of Samnel Vaaghn, Trustee, who was assignee of
Georsre N. Townsend. Trustee, who was assignee
of Samuel Town send and Ann his wife, of a plea of
breach of covenant sur ground-rent deed from
Samuel Townsend and Ann his wife. Recorded In
i. B. A. D. B., No. 8, page 2u6, etc. And have you
then ana there tnis writ.
Witness the Honorable JOSEPH ALLI-
l. 8. SON. Doctor of Laws. President of oar said
l Court at Philadelphia, the sixteenth day of
May, In the year of oar Lord one thousand eight
hunorea ana seventy-one.
5 22 2w Prothonotary.
pITY AND COUNTY OF PHILADELPHIA, SS.
v ine uomraonweaun oi rennsyivama, to tne
Sheriil of Philadelphia Connty. greeting:
we commana you, as neiore we aia, mat, jou
summon wiixjam r kanivIin. late or your
county, so that he be and appear before our Judges
at Philadelphia, at onr District Court for the City
and County of Philadelphia, to be holden at Phila
delphia, in and for said city and county of Philadel
phia, the first Monday of June next, there to an
swer John J. Ridgeway, assignee of Lodewyk Sharp,
wno was assignee oi tuias isouuinor., wno was as
signee as to one moiety of Thomas Bradford, heir-
at-law or imam Bradford, deceased, oi a piea oi
breach of covfriant sur ground-ient deed, Ellas
Boudinot and William Bradford and wives to Wil-
liura Franklin, dated 24th November, 1794, recorded
ctn March, ivji, m u. n. n. j.. no. m, p. it, etc.
And have vou then and there this writ.
Witness the Honorable J. i. clakh
l.s. HARE, President or our said Court, at Phlla
delnhla. the 23d dav of May. la the year of
our Lord one thousand eight hundred and seventy-
one. B. H. fLitt ICUiiK,
6 25 law2w Prothonotary.
rilTY AND COUNTY OF PHI LA DELPHI A, S3
Vj The Commonwealtu of Pennsylvania to the
Sheriff of Philadelphia eounty. greeting:
we commana ysa, as nerore we au, mar, you,
summon JOHN E. MOOKE and JOSKru P.
ANDREWS, late of your caunty, so that they
be ana appear oerore our .laages at rnuaaeipuia.
at onr District Conrt for the city and county of
Philadelphia, to be noiden at muaneipnia, m ana
for said city and county of Philadelphia, the first
Monday of June next, there to answer J. Pringle
Jones of a plea of breach of covenant rur
ground-rent deed reserved by deed Henry Seybert
tooonn i. Moore ana dosepn r. Andrews, aacea
November 2. 1849. recorded in deed book G. W. O.
no. 22, page 419. etc. Ana nave you then ana there
jLm-i w nurjDD i. uimvi aum v a iguana
l.s. nARE, President or our said Court at PhUa
v I delnhia. the eleventh dav of May.
IinnnnM vn t IINnnvnKln I T 111 J.DI7'
in tne year or our i,ora one T.nnusann eigru nun
dred and 6eventy-one. JAMES P. WELSH,
0 20 law sw rro rroinonotary.
CITY AND COUNTY OF PHILADELPHIA, 88.
Tbe Commonwealth of Pennsylvania to the
Sheriff of Philadelphia County, greeting:
We command yon. as before we did. that von
summon BARNEY BYRNE, late of your county, so
that he be ana appear before our Judges at Phila
delphia, at our Conrt of Common Pleas for the city
and county of Philadelphia, to be holden at Phila
delphia, in and for the said city and county of
Philadelphia, the first Monday of Jane next, there
to answer James M. Eagieton, executor and trustee
deceased, or a plea of breach of covenant. And
have jou tnen ana mere tn'K ,v ni.
witness me tienoraoie juac.ru auli-
i b. SON, Doctor of Laws, President or onr said
i-v-J Conrt at Philadelphia, the 20th day or May.
in the year or our Lord one thousaud eight hundred
C 22 2w Prothonotary.
CITY AND COUNTY OF PHILADELPHIA, 8S.
The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania to the
Sheriff or Philadelphia County, greeting:
we cemmana you, as oeiore we oia, mat yon
summon waltekonola. late or your comity.
so that he be and appear berore onr Judges
at Philadelnhla. at our Court or Common Pleas for
the tjlty and County of Philadelphia, te be holden.
SI rnuaneipnia, in ana lor tue gum cuv sua cuuuiy
of Philadelphia, tne nrsi Aionnay or j one next, mere
to answer Joseph Harrison, Jr., of a plea of breach
of covenant sur ground-rent deed, made between
said parties, dated August 8, 1867, recorded In deed
uook j. t. u., ro. su, page etc. Ana nave you
then ana mere mis writ.
Witness the Honorable JOSEPH ALLT-
11. s. SON, Doctor of Laws, Preslde-it or Our said
l-v' Court at Philadelphia, the nineteenth dav of
May, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight
hundred ana seventy-one.
R. DON AO AN,
5 22 2 w Prothonotary.
ZITY AND COUNTY OF PHILADELPHIA, SS
j The conimonweaitn or rennsyivania to tne
Sheriff of Philadelphia County, greeting:
We command you, as before we did, that yon sum
mon ALEXANDER P. BUIfeT, late of yourominty, so
that he be and appear before onr Judges at Philadel
phia, at our Couit of Common Pleas for the City and
County of Philadelphia, to be holden at Philadelphia,
in and for the said City and County of Philadelphia,
the first Monuay of June next, there to answer
Barnabus Uamneit, Assignee of George K. Zelgler
and wife, of a plea of breach of covenant sur ground
rent deed, recorded in deed book J. T. O., No. 223,
page 64, etc. And have you then and there this
Witness the Honorable JOSEPH ALLISON,
1 l. s. Doctor of Laws, President of our said Court,
yi at Philadelphia, the twelfth day or May, in
the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred
and seventy-one. R. do.nagan,
5 S2 2 w Prothonotary.
-UTY AND COUNTY OF PHILADELPHIA, SS.
Vj The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania to the
Sheriff of Philadelphia County, greeting:
We command you. as before we did, that you sum
mon W'lLLIAM DORANS, late of yourcounty.so that
he be and appear before our Judges at Philadelphia,
at our Court or Common Pleas for the city and
county of Philadelphia, to be holden at Philadelphia,
in and ror trie salacity ana county oi ruuaueipuia,
the first Monday of June next, there to answer
Sarah Harper, who was vendee of Jaoob Strombest,
Sheriff, and devisee of Mary Harper, deceased, who
was also vendee of Jacob Strombest, Sheriff, of
ground rents belonging to the estate of Benjamin
Say, deceased, of a plea of breach of covenant sur
ground rent deed, recorded In deed book L. C,
No. is, pages 809, 810, 811, etc. And have yoa then
atirl there this writ.
Witness the Honorable J03EPH ALLI
i L. a SON, Doctor of Laws. President of our said
l-v' Court at Philadelphia, the 20th day of May,
In the year or our Lord one thousand eight hundred
ar.il seventv-one. R. DONAUAN.
B22 2W Prothonotary.
CITY AND COUNT 7 OF PHILADELPHIA, 6S.
The Commonwealth or Penasylvanla to the
Sheriff or Philadelphia County, greeting:
We commaud vou, as before we did, that you sum
mon JOHN ACilESON, late or your county, so
timt he be and aimear berore our Judges at Philadel
phia, at our l lour t or v ommon neas tor me city ana
county of Philadelphia, to be hoiaen at Phila
delphia, In and fur the said city and
county of Philadelphia, the first Monday or June
next, there to answer Lydla Longstreth, William
w. ixmgsirem, ana Jonn uooae uuuifBirein, execu
tors aud trustees under the will or Thomas B. Long.
kf t Hi, deceabed. who was assignee or Charles Noble
and wife, of a plea of breach of covenant, sar ground
reut deed to Charles Noble and wife to John Acne
mou. dated Novuuber 15, 1SC6, recorded November
21, ueo, in deed book L. H. B , No 226, page Vi, eta
And have vou theu and there mis wru.
Witness the Honorable JOSEPH ALLI-
11. s. SON. D cfor of Laws, President of our said
I v-l Court at PhiludelpMu, the lath day of May,
In the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred
R. DON AG AN,
CITY AND COUNTY OF PHILADELPHIA, SS.
The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, to the
Sheriff of Philadelphia coantyf greeting :
We command von. at before we did. that Ton
summon AUKAHAM W. JUVENAL, late of your
county, so that be be ana appear berore our daof es
at 1'hllartnlr.hla nnr IMalrixt flrnirt tnr thn C1tV
and County of Philadelphia, to be holden at Phtla-
oeipnia, in and for said city ana county or rnuaaei
phla, the first Monday of June next, there to answer
Amos Ellis inr grcund rent deed, Amos Ellis and
wife to Abraham W. Juvenal, dated loth September,
1W4, and recorded Mth Jane, 1854, lu D. B. T. H.
No. 176, page 881, etc., of a plea or breacn of cove
nant. And have you then aad there this writ.
fAA Witness the Honorable J. I. CLARK HARE,
l.s. President of our said Court, at Philadelphia,
the 23d dav of Mav. in the year of our Lord
one thousand eight hundred and seventy-one.
6 88 law2w Prothonotary.
TN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS FOR
X THE OITY AND COUNTY OF
OITY AND COUNTY OF PH1LADBL-
Netice la hereby eiven to all persons ln-
teresud that the Honorable the Judges of
tZi onr said Court have appointed MONDAY,
the firth (Rthi day of June, A D. 1971, at 19
o'clock A. M.. for hearing applications for the fol
lowing CHARTERS OF INCORPORATION, and
unless exceptions be Hied thereto the same will be
1. The lalrmonnt Microscopical Society.
8. lenn Treaty BcUdlnir and Loan association.
8. nineteenth wart building Association.
4. Oakdale Building , . Loau Association.
6. The Undine- Barge Club of Philadelphia.
6. Paragon Building and Loan Association.
7. Tbe South ark Building Association No, S.
. uur iiuiiuiDR Association.
9. The Rector. C hurch Wardens, and Vestrymen
of the Church of the Good Shepherd, of the city of
io. The American Artisans' Museum college, oi
the city of Philadelphia.
11. cneiten niiis mutual improvement Associa
12. The Union Benevolent Association. Amend
13. Tbe Sarsfleld Male Beneficial society of Phila
14. 'i ne i-oweiton rsuuamg Association.
15. The Independent Germa Evaneellcal Lu
theran Congregation of St. Paul's?
ltt. 'i ne juouut taim vir.cent Aiutuai uenenciai
Society of Germantown, Philadelphia county.
17. The south uroaa street Building ana loslq
Association of Philadelphia.
18. Purity Lodge, jno. l, Brothers ana sisters or
Honor and Friendship.
19. The commonwealth isunaing ana Loan asss-
clatlon of the City of Philadelphia.
20. Teutonta isuiiduig Association.
21. The Goethe Loan and Building Association.
82. Olney Building and Loan Association.
23. The Kethanv BaDtlst Church of Fox Chase, In
the Twenty-third ward of the city of Philadelphia.
S4. The Samuel Miner savings ana ttuiiaing Asso
26. The Seamen a Beneficial society of Philadel
So. 'ine .Hector, cnurcn w aniens, ana vestrymen
Of the Church of Saint Timothy.
27. The congregation Adatn israeL
28. The German Union Building Association.
29. The Frankford Avenue AWthodlst Episcopal
Church of the City of Philadelphia.
so. Henry urattan Beneficial society or rnuaaei-
81. i re icagie inuaing ana Loaa Association oi
Philadelphia, No. 8.
F,2. The I'enn sewing senooi oi rnuaaeipma,
83. The Logan Square Building and Loan Associa
84. The Sepvlva Building Association or Phila
85. The bterman u.vangeucai iteiormea x.uianuei s
Church, at Bridesburg, rnnaaeipma, rennsyivama,
86. Anthracite Loan company. Amendment.'
87. The Old Oaks Cemetery Company of Philadel
sa. ine piauonai oavings i,sn auu uuuuiuk As
sociation of the City of Philadelphia. Amend,
89. West Girard Avenue iietnodist Episcopal
40. 'J he Leverlngton saving Fnna ana Loan Asso
ciation of Roxboroneh. Amendment.
41. The Franklin saving Funa ana Loan Associa
tion of Hoxborouch. Amendment,
42. The Hector, Church wardens, ana vestrymen
of the Church of the mediator, rnuadeipuia,
43, The Ninth Presbyterian Church in pnuadei.
44. Tne l on iticnmona liuuaing ana lAiau Asso
46. The Board of Trustees or tnenwonn's lte
formed Church of West Philadelphia. Amend
46. The Journalists' Fund or Philadelphia,
47. Tbe Ring Association.
48. Thg State Building Association.
49. The Columbia Benetlcial Society of Philadel
do. i ne l wenty-seventn warn luu adsucuuiuo.
51. Kensington Building Association No. 8.
63. The Safe and Sure Loan and Building Asso
6 19 RICHARD HONAGAK, Frotnonotary.
fN TBE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS FOR THE
L CITY AND COUNTY OF I'lllLAOtLfUlA.
KTa-.a fa haMhv frlvnn t oil naranna i n
terested, that "THE PARHAM SEWING
t-v-J MACHINE COMPANY". have filed an ap.
- - - - Ml. IV. 3 AD UtlVl'l KIWI VKJ ui wviowftio
plication for change of name to the "KEYSTONE
SEWING MACHINE COMPANY," and that the
Honorable the Judcres of our said Court have ap
pointed MONDAY, the 6th day of June, A. D. 1671,
at 10 o'clock A. M., for hearing the said application,
and unless exceptions be tiled thereto the same will
be aneweu. iuiiakjj wuauau,
6 1 rrotnonoiary.
rN THE COURT OP COMMON PLEAS FOR TDK
CITY AND COUNTY OF F111LAUKLFHIA.; H
Notice is hereby given to ail persons lute-
.8. rested that '-The Germantown and Chcsnut
v' Hill Cemetery Company" have filed an appli
cation for change of same to "The Ivy Hill Ceme
tery Company," and that the Uonorable.the Judges of
onr said Conrt have appointed MONDAY, the 6tu day
of Jnne, A. D., 1871, at io o'clock: A. Ju., lor hearing
the said application, and unless exceptions be filed
thereto the same win oe auowea.
B 19 Prothonotary.
rN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEA8 FOR THE
L CITY AND COUNTY OF PHILADELPHIA.
Notice is hereby piven to ail persons lnte-
l. s. rested that the ' union ciuo nave niea an
atmllcatlon lor chanse or name to the "City
Club," and that the Honorauln the Judges of our
said Court have appoiuted MONDAY, the 6th day of
June, A. l). 1S71, at io o cioca a. m.. ror hearing tne
said application and unless exceptions be filed
thereto the same will be allowed.
RICH AUD io:nauan,
TN THE SUPREME COURT FOR THE EASTERN
I DISTRICT OF PENNSYLVANIA.
ARCHIBALD rAl KHIKSi. Trustee, etc.. vs.
TUE UNION OAR AND MANUFACTURING
COMPANY OF PHILADELPHIA." Levari Facias,
T.nna.. lann 1CT1 4fi7 Anil -
U.LI ,V 111, ' I A , J . -TT- .
THE UNION UK AN U M anu AUl Li tur"i
COMPANY OF PHILADELPHIA." vs. AKCUI
BALD PARKUUHST, Trustee. In equity. Order ol
sale, January term, 1871, No. s.
Tne auuitor appointea cyme vinrnunnmuuw
the fund arising from the Sheriff's ana Trustee s
sales, nnder the above writs, of all that certain lot
or sonars of irronnd. with the buildings. Improve,
menta. and machinery thereon erected, situate in
the Twenty-seventh ward or said city : bounded by
Lehman or Thirty-first street, Locust street, Spruce
iitrft nnrt Thirtieth street, and Hare street as
vacated. Also, all that certain other lot or piece of
ground, situate In the Twenty-seventh ward afore
said; bounded by said Thirtieth street, Spruce
street, eround of William C. Allison, Hare street as
warmed, and in a river ociiuvikiu. wui uicot mo pat
ties interested, for the purposes of his appointment,
on MONDAY, June the 6th, 1871, at 12 o'clock M..
at his office, No. o8 West WASHINGTON Square)
In said city, when and where all persons are rs
oulred to make their claims or bo debarred from
coming opon said fund. a nTTTa
tUAAUbO A. ''
6 25thstuBt Aadll?r
TN THE DISTRICT COIKT FUK Ttia, V11X
A-ANDCOU NT Y O F PHI LAD E LP H I A.
FISUEK et aL, U.xeCBtor, v. fiuinuun,
iv.ri Fuclaa. March Term. 1871. No. 1039.
The auditor appointed by the Court to report dis
tribution of the fund arlBlng from the Sheriff's sale
under the above writ of all that certain lot of ground,
with the mssauage or tenement thereon erected,
sttnatA nn tb Houth aide of Arch street, at the ais-
tanr of ft'i feet 4U Inches east or Seventeenth street,
in th oitT of Philadelnhla. containing la front on
Arch street 89 leet Ttf Inches, ana In depth south
.ni or that width 150 feet to Ann street, will meet
the parties interested for the purpose or his appoint
ment on MONDAY, June 12, Isn, at 4 o'clock P. M .
at his omce, SiO. HVt O. tlt ti 1 1 m t, m u -j .
viiwmininliia- when and where all Demons interested
ara reautsted to make their cltluis, or ueoeoarrea
from coming in upon sail fund.
K so lot Auditor.
A LIXAND1R G. OATTELL 0 0.,
(L PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
k No, M KOUTU WHARVJU
Ho, It NORTH WATER BTHIET,
kinixvn 6 Gattibjl Vluai Oirm
AMERICAN ACADEMY OF MUSIC
Box sheet ntwonen for the GRAND TWT! '
MONIAL BENEFIT TO MRS. C. RICUINGS-BER
NAKDand MR. O. D. HFS9.
SATURDAY. Jane 8, AFTKHNOON and EVBNTNO.
WM. CASTLE, i. B. BOWLER, C. CAMTBELL,
nENRI DRAYTOM, J. H. CHATTKR80N. El
Vf ABD BUTLER, E. GROVE, Miss HMMA HOW.
SON, Mrs. KELT) A 8KGUIN. Mrs. J. B. BOWLER,
Mra. JOHN DREW, BARTON HILL. I L. JAKES,
F. F. MACK AY, KOBERT CRAIG, D. E. R ALTON,
Miss L1ZZ1K PRICE, Mrs. C. F. MARDER.MIm
MAY CLAIRE, aid Mrs. CAROLINE R1CUINGS
BERNARD all appear.
FULL ORCW1CHTRA, GRAND CHORUS.
MATINWE-COUIDY OF ERRORS, GRAND
CONCERT, BONNY FISHWIFE.
EVENING THE BOHEMIAN GIRL.
WITH EXTRA STAR CAST,
Admission, 11 ; Family circle, 60c. : Gallery, 9r)c
SECURE SEATS AT NORTH'S and the AC.
DEMY. 1 tf
TO MISS CASSIS RSNZ,
AMERICAN ACADEMY OF 11USI3,
FRIDAY EVENING, June 9,
nnder the patronage of Hon. John W. Fornfly, Hon
Wm. B. Mann. Robt. U. Beatty, and numerous other
prominent citizens, In which she will be assisted by
MRS. JENNIE KEMPTON, the favorite contralto ;
signok leuni, lyrie tenor;
MR. HARRY SANDERSON, tbe distinguished
pianist, and a
nnder the direction of
HERB LEOPOLD ENGELKE.
General Admission, with reserved seats. II. Box
Sheet will be open at the Academy of Music and
North's Music Store on Tuesday, May 80. 6 i
WALNHT STREET THBATR .
THIS (Thursday) EVENING, June 1.
of the new and original Drama, by Watts Phillips,
and Sam Foote's Comedy, entitled
received with shouts ef laughter and applaue.
X ivl 1JA I U.VH.IN1INU,
Bonclcault's famous romansa of lite,
SATURDAY MATINEE AFTER DARK.
DREW'S ARCH STREET
Beifins V to 8 o'clock.
TUESDAY. WEDNESDAY. AND THURSDAY.
COMEDY OF ERRORS,
and Morris Barn ard'a society Play,
T11K BLJUUUH FA1MILX. '
MRS. JOHN DREW
and the Full Company in both Pieces.
FiuuAi uenent or wr. it. ckaiu-.
MONDAY LIN A EDWIN AND COMPANY In
the new play of RANK.
J-J AVENPORT'S CHESNUT STREET THEATRE.
THURSDAY EVENING. June 1.
the Domestic Drsma of
ALL THAT GLITTERS IS NOT GOLD.
and the Farce of
A TERRIBLE TINKER. '
i FKIDAY KVENINfc.
A NEW WAY TO PAY OLD DEBTS.
E. L. DAVENPORT as Sir Giles Overreach-
SIMPSON'S NEW MUSEUM AND MENAGERIE
W. W. COR. NINTH AND ARCH STREETS.
Open dally from 9 A. M. till 10 P. M.
LAST WEEK BUT ONE
of the wonderful
Levees crowded with Beauty and Fashion.
KVitBY EVENING, WEDNK8DAY and SATURDAY
UNCLE TOM'S CABIN.
Cast with all the favorites.
CONCBRT HALL, CnESNUT STREET, ABOVE
Twelfth.-WEDNESDAY EVENING, May 81,
Tt V Till AMD i.V fP I- III. VI. UI..J Ul.n.j
. Auxa.'.Ai', a. . . u, Ul UIB J.!lUObJ 0UUUK0
inKWEER KOMPANY1 r,
Owing to engagements elsewhere. MAD'LLH
NILSSON being unable to appear on this occasion,
the "X. T. K." will sing the "Last Rose of Summer,"
Admission tarns, co cents, wnicn can be obtained
at Mr. McAllister's No. m Cbssnat street, and at
the door on the evening of performance. Doors uu-'
klosed at 7. Kommenee at 8. 6 29 8t
L L O WJ
NOB. 823 AND 831 SOUTH STREET,
FANCY AND MOURNING MILLINERY, CRAPS
Ladles' and Misses' Orapej Felt, Gimp, Hair, Satin,
Silk, Straw and Velvets, Hats and Bonnets, French
Flowers, Hat and Bonnet Frames, Crapes, Laces,
Silks, Satins, Velvets, Ribbons, Sashes, Ornamental
and all kinds of Millinery Goods. . , ,
WATCHES). JEWELRY. STO.
GOLD MEDAL, REGULATORS.
No. 22 NORTH SIXTH STREET,
Begs to call the attention of the trade and customers
to the annexed letter:
"I take pleasure to announce that I have given to
Mr. O. W. RUSSELL, of Philadelphia, the exclusive
sale of all goods of ray manufacture. He will be
able to sell them at the very lowest prices.
, . . "First Manufactunr of Regulators,
1 . "Freiburg, oermany.
LOOKING OLASSE8, ETO.
NEW ROGERS CROUP,
"RIP VAN WINKLE."
NEW CHROMOS. '
All Chromos sold at 25 per cent, below regular rates.
All of Prang's, Hoover's, and all others.
Send for catalog ne,
ALL NEW STYLES,
At the lowest prices. All of our own manufacture,
JAME8 S. EARLB & QONO.
No. 818 CHE3WTJT 8TREET.
E NC I NE s7 M AOH I N E Ft yTe TO.
PKNN STEAM KNGINK AND BOILBT8
iiJLLlaVvoRK.8. NKAFIE A LEVY, PRACTI.
CAL AND TUKOHE'l'lCAL JtNULNKEKS. HA
CHLNISTS, BOILER-MAE.KRS, BLACKSMITHS,
and FOUNDERS, having for many years been In
snccessfdl operation, and been exclusively engaged
In building and retailing Marine and River Engtaaa,
high and low pressure, Iron Boilers, Water Tanks,
Propellers, etc. etc, renpeouuiij uuer uietr aervieee
to the pubilo as being fully prepared to contract for
engines of all slzesa, Marine, River, and Stationary;
having seta of patterns of dlffeient siaes, are pre.
Sared to exeoute orders with quick despatch. Even
escrlptlon of pattern-mating made at the shortest
notice. High and Low Pressure Fine Tubular and
Cylinder Boilers of the best Pennsylvania Charcoal
Iron. Forging of all site and kinds. Iron and
Brass Castings of all descriptions. Roll Tumlnf.
ocrew Cutting, and ad other work conneou4
with the above DUBineua.
Drawings and speottl cations for all work done
the establishment free of charge, and work gua
The subscribers have ample wharf dook-toom fot
repairs of boats, where they oau Ue In perfect
safety, and are provided with shears, blocks, falls,
etc. for raising beav, oHJgh. --fM
juac r. iJiv x,
BEACH and PALMER Streeta.
AND IRON CO.,
MannfactnM Plain and aaivanlaed '
u hUGHT-IRON PIPE
and Bnndrtes for Oas and Steam Fitters, Humbert
MachlniBla, nauuiK aiakera, ju (wiiuwi, ovu.
TWENTY-THIRD AND FILBERT 8TREJST8,
OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE,
NO. 42 N. FIFTH STREET.
Vrr WAHULHtTON'S IMPROVED VENTILATED
island easy-UUing DRESS UATd (patented), In ail
the Improved t ashless of the aeaaon, CLUia.N UT
Street, aextdoor to the Poatomce. rp
JOHNFARNUM & CO., COMMISSION Ml
chants and Manufacturers of Conestoga Tick
ing, etc etc, o. J CLLttiNLT Street, IhUadei.