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XXXVIIITH (OTGBESS—FIBS! SESSION,
CLOSE 03? rEBTERDAT’S PiiOOEEDINGS.
Mr. Anthony introduced a joint resolution re
pealing a joint resolution to amend the Constitution
ol the United Stales, its ioiJu.ws;
Resolved, By the Senate and House of Represen
tatives oi'th* United States, in Congress assembled,
That the / * ‘joint resolution to amend the Constitu
tion of the United States,” t> approved Marched,
IStil, be and the same is h-reby repealed.
Referred to.the Committee on the Judiciarv.
Mr. Anthony said that God could make riven the
’Wrath, of man to praise Him. The repeal of the re
solution would gain us not only tho. favor of the
world, but of Heaven.* This would open up a cer£
tain way for the'downfall of slavery. If he had
been asked, a few years ago,- -whether he would
have voted to batter down, the walls of Sumter or
invade Virginia, he would have answered no!
Yet, more has been done, because they have made
it necessary who entered this unholy rebellion, that
the walls of Sumter should bo battered down and
Mr. Saulsbiirv (Del.) said that when the resolu
tions and petitions of the Senator from Massachu
setts on this subject were presented, he had,moved
their postponement, but as we have had about as
much.of the negro as we could bear, he moved that
the whole batbh go together.
Mr. Anthony r*joined that if the Senator from
Delaware bad ever made a speech which was
not full of the negro, he was not aware of it.
Mr. Cowan (Pa.) introduced a bill defining the
rank of chaplains in the army.
A message was received from the President, en
closing a communication from the Secretary of
"War, transmitting correspondence witb the rebel
-authorities as to the exchange of prisoners.
-On motion of Mr. Powell, the secretary of War
was requested to communicate information as to
the orders given to Provost Marshals in regard to
elections in the several border States
A message was received from the President, en
•closing a communication from the Secretary of
State, declining to correspondence in
relation to the reciprocity treaty between the
United States and the S.ndwich Islands.
The bill to promote enlistments being under con
sideration, with the pending amendment, oi Mr.
Henderson, to limit ireedom to the slave recruit
alone in loyal States,
Mr. Carlile (W. Va.) said that in these unhappy
times, when good men are rendered odious and
badmen popular—when great'men are made li tie
and little men great—he who would serve his
country best must be above personal consideration.
He paid a glowing tribute to‘the State of Virginia,
and said that even in her debasement shop chal
lenged our admiration for the gallantry of her sons
on many an honouiole field. He did not believe
there would be an early cessation of hostilities,
. nor did he believe that the starvation which the
rebels had endured for three years was likely t j re
sult in an early death.. [Laughter.] The Union
could never be restored by'ihe mere exercise of the
coercive powers of the Federal Government. We
-had reached a point where the nature and character
of the struggle must be settled definitely. Whs
this an exercise of. the Constitutional power of the
Government to put down a rebellion against its au
thority, or was it a war of the Northern. States
against the Southern? If the former, then we draw
ail our powers from the Constitution; if the latter,
it is a wtr by the States against the Constitution,
leaving the States responsible alono to the
judgment of the civilized world for the manner in
_wluch the war. wa* conducted. Mr. Carlile de
nied that any legislative powers were deri vedfrom
the laws of war, and quoted the views of John
Quincy Adams in support of his opinion. The
.whole scope and plan of the powers of the Govern
ment was to operate on individuals and not on
-States. We had no power under the Constitution
to coerce a State. To say thstTCongress had the
power to legislate and inaugurate war measures,
would be to say that the men who framed the Con
stitution were ignorant. Our Government itself
was the creature of civil war, and was established
on the great principle that there could be aGovern
anent among States of ditferent geographical loca
tion and separate domesticicstitutioas for common
pui poses. If the power proposed here was ex
erted, it would be a declaration that, after seventy
years of trial the principle contended for m the War
of the Revolution was a failure, and w» were now,
in 3561, contending for a homogeneity of interests.
If the proposition of the tenaior from Ohio (Mr.
She: man) were true, we would m faexiLaugurdte
in this polity tho undoing of what Va-. done in
177 G. The argument that slavery was the cause of
the war, arid that there could be no Union with
slavery, is an a~gumeltagairst the facts—an argu
ment against the right of State government itself—
an a'gi.ment calculates to. destroy.our beautiful
system of government, aur erect upon its ruins one
in which all power would be centralized in the
General Government. j
We had just as much, and no more right, under
the Constitution, to say to one of the States that
.slavery should not be tolerated ih its borders as
we had to say that the Catholic religion should n. t
be tolerated. We go outside of the Constitution to
seek power for legislative action, and here we
acknowledge that the experiment of free govern
ment is a failure. Bede iedthat the rebels were
belligerent 3, unless they became so by the acts of
our war authorities.
In onr legislative capacity he would never con
sent to acknowledge them as such. He thought
we could secure, and had the undoubted right to
secure, the service of slaves without emancipating
them. The power of the States had never been
doubted to emancipate slaves, but he denied the
existence of the power for their emancipation in
the States by an action of the Federal Govern
snent. Such a power had never been invoked.
He would go as far as the members trom the loyal
States, whose soil had not been made the scene of
war, in exerting every power possible to putdown
the rebellion; but he could not consent to the ex
ercise of powers clearly not within the scope of
‘Congress and the Federal Government under the
Wc should use force against force, and not resort
to acts which w’ould repeal die love of the honest
citizens of the South, who.thad never gone wil
lingly into the rebellion] Wepshould not perpetrate
acts like that recently perpetrated by tfcat bad man.
Butler, on the James River, where he sent his
transports and seized the grain and pork of a wid
ow, and then announced the enterprise as * a
great Union victory. * * The people ot the South
were our kindred—bone of onr bone and flesh of
our flesh ; and rasny of them are now compelled
.on ac-ount of onr present inability to crush the
Tebel authority to acknowledge it as a dt facto
government. He had always maintained that the
mere exercise of the coercive powers of the govern
ment never would restore the Union. We should
never inaugurate measures which would render
death preferable to the Union; we should dis
tinguish between those in arms and those who are
•willing and anxious for a connection with us.
He would not, in his legislative capacity, in
terfere with slavery in the States, but as a military
commander he would use the negro as he would a
horse or a wagon abandoned by the enemy. We
.would be obliged to conquer our own prejudices
before we couid conquer the South. A war of con
quest was always interminable, and the position,
of the Seceded States rendered the Union as desira
ble to them as to ns. "We have for three years re
sorted to the coercive powers of the Government.
"Why not change our policy a little, and leave all
these irritating subjects to the military depart
ments, where they properly belong]
On motion of Mr. Doolittle the further considera
ijo • of the resolution was postponed.
O 1 motion of Mr. Lane (Kansas) the Senate then
We *t into executive session, and shortly after
wards adjourned. ~
HOUSE OF KErRESENTATIVES.
Tae House then went into Committee ot, the
■While on the State of the Union on the Senate
An amendment was adopted as a substitute for
one of the origin al sections, which provides that
any person drafted into the military service may
betore the time fixed for his appearance at the
draft rendezvous, furnish an acceptable substi
tute, subject to such rules and regulations as may
be prescribed by the Secretary ol War. If such
substitute is not liable to draft, the person furnish
ing shall be exempt from draft during the time
for which snch substitute is not liable to draft,
not exceeding the term for which he was drafted;
and if such substitute is liable to draft, the name
of the person furnishing him Bhall be liable to
draft in filling future quotas.
Mr. Stevens (Pa.) offered an amendment, which
was adopted, making all able-bodied persons of
African descent, between 18 and 45 years, subject
to draft. * J
This was* however, afterwards stricken out,
together with one of the original sections. The
Committee then rose without concluding its ac
tion on ike amendments of the Military Com
mittee. ■ ■■.
The House, at a quarter to five o’clock, ad
journed. • 1
THE PENHSYLVAHIA LE6ISLATUBE.
" Hakeiseueo, Jeb 8
Senate not in- session
House.; The House .met at halt-past six
A number of petitions were presented for allow
ing passenger cars to run on Sundays.
Mr. Wells presented a resolution stating tbat
the com crop of the country is deficient, and that
agricultural labor is scarce, therefore,
Resolvti, That the Judiciary Committee be in
structed to prepare a bill prohibiting the manu
facture of whiskey from corn. Passed.
The following bills were then via:
An act incorporating the Fairmonnt Park passen
ger railway to run on Twenty-filth street, from
Spring' Garden, to Pennsylvania avenue, and
thence oyer Columbia bridge; by Mr. Sharpe, an
act for the payment of damages caused by the iato
rebel raid ; by Mr. McManus, an act for the relief
of a certain college in Philadelphia, which
passed. Adjourned. s
Fibed Into.— The steamer Emma was fired
into on the 6th inst., fifteen miles below Hele
na, Ark., with shells filled with Greek tire,three
■of which exploded in various parts of the boat,
setting her on fire; but the flames were extin
t-EOOND NATIONAL, BANK OF PHILA-
D DELPHI*. *
Capital 5100,000, -with the : privilege of increas
ins: to fcsou. ecu. .
N AT h A N HILLES, President; WILLIAM! H.
RHAIVN, Cashier, late of ilie PMl&delpliia Bank.
Nathan Hilles, - Lewis Shallcross,
George W. Rhawn, Charles E. Kreiner,
Simon R. Benjamin Rowland, Jr.,
Edward Hajes, Benjamin H. Deacon, ,
** _ ' John Cooper.
The Second National Bank of Philadelphia is
now open at No* 134 Main street, Franliford, for
the transaction of a"General Banking Business
upon the usual terms.
. Collections upon all accessible points will be
made upon liberal terms
OEO. O. 6TAKDBEIDGE.
gT ANDBEIDQE & CO.,’
BANKERS AND EXCHANGE BROKERS,
No. 49 Soutli THIRD street,
STOCKS AND BONDS BOTJGHT"AND SOLD
TTncnrrent Bank Notes and City Warrants bonglit
at the lowest rates of'discount. jaS-am
f November 23dj 16*33.
At tne election held
Stockholders were duly
Corn Exchange Bank :
Alexander G. Cattail, John F. Gross,
James Steel, Christian J. Hoffman,
Robert Ervien, H. W. Catherwood,
William P. Cox, Edmund A. Sender.
Samuel T. Canby, Charles E. Wilkins,
Ptulip B. Mingle, . David Vanderveer,
And at the meeting of the Board this day
Q-. CATTELL, Esq., was unanimously re-elect,
ed President; and ALEX. WHILLDIN, Esq.,
Tice ’ resident, and JOHN W. TORREY. Cash,
ler. J. W. TQRREY,
OAS FIXTURES—WARNER, MISKEY Jc
CO., No. 718 CHESTNUT street, Manulactu
rers of Gas ■ Fixtures, Lamps, &c., &c., would
call the attention of the public to their large and
elegant assortment of Gas Chandeliers, Pendants,
Brackets. &c. .They also introduce Gas pipes into
Dwellings and Public Buildings, and attend to
extending, altering and repairing Gas pipes. All
•work warranted. ja3o
.1, VAUGHAN MERRICK, WM.H. MERRICK,
JNO. E. COPE.
SOUTHWARK FOUNDRY, FIFTH AND
MERRIGK & SONS,
ENGINEERS AND MACHINISTS,
Manufacture High and Low Pressure Steam En-
gines for Land, River and Marine Service,
Boilers, Gasometers, Tanks. Iron Boats, &o.
• Castings of all kinds, either iron or brass.
Iron Frame Roofs for Gtea Works,. Workshops
at Railroad Stations, &c.
Retorts and Gas Machinery, of the latest and
most improved constm ction.
Every description of Plantation Machinery, such
Sugar, Saw and Grist Mills, Vacuum Pans, Open
Steam Trains, Defecators, Filters, Pumping En
Sole Agents for N. Billeux's Patent Sugar Boil
ing Apparatus, Nesmyth’s Patent Steam Ham
mer, and Asplnwall A Woolsey’s Patent Centri
fugal Sugar Draining Machine. ja22
PENNSYLVANIA the DELA
WARE River,. beIow'PHILADELPHIA,
CHESTER, Delaware county, Pa.
HEANEY, SON & ARCHBOLD,
Engineers and Iron Boat Builders,
CONDENSING AND NON-CONDENSING
Iron Vessels of alh description, Boilers, Water-
Tanks, ftopellera, &c., Ac.
T.REANEY, W.B. BEANEY, S.ABOHBOLB,
Late of Late -
Reaney, Neafle k Co., Engineer in Chief
Peun Works. Phila. [3yl3-tfl ‘IT- S. Navy
PETER WRIGHT & SONS,
IMPORTERS OF EARTHENWARE,
SHIPPING AND COMMISSIONMERCHANTS
NO. 115 WALNUT STREET,
JAHES A IOLESTEHT A. GBISOOH,
VHOBVTAH PtKB. I THEODORE WRIGHT. ft
JgY ANS A WATSON’ S
No. 16 South FOURTH street,
A Igrge variety of FIRE PROOF SAFES always
on hand, cheap for cash. my!9-ly
ALMERIA GKAPES. —Choice Almeria Grapes
in large clusters and first order, for sale by M.
F. SPILLIN, N. W. corner Arch and Eighth
COFFEE. —Prime o’d Government Java Coffee;
alco, Maracaibo, La Guayra, Bio, Ac., for
sale by M. F. SPILLIN, N. W. comer Arch and
MACCARONI AND VERMICELLI Italian
Maccaroni and Vermicelli of superior quality
just landed and for sale by M. ;F. SPILLIN, N.
W. corner Arch and Eighth streets.
CHAMPAGNE. —Heidsieck & Co., Giesler A
Co., Yin Royal.and Grape Leaf, for sale by
SIMON COLTON A SON, S. W. corner Broad
and Walnut streets.
PAR El) PEACHES.—Pared Peaches of the very
finest quality, for sale hy the barrel or bound
by SIMON COLTON A SON, S. W. comer Broad
and Walnut streets.'
SALAD OlL—Latour’s celebrated Oil and Vir
gin Oil of Aix, in white bottles, far sale by
SIMON COLTON A SON, S. W. corner Broad
and Walnut streets.
CHOICE HAMS.—Cincinnati covered Hams,
jnst received and for sale by THOMPSON
BLACK A SON, BROAD and CHESTNUT
GRAPES AND ORANGES.—Extra Almeria
Grapes and sWeet Havana Oranges, jest re
ceived and for sale by THOMPSON BLACK A
SON, BROAD and CHESTNUT streets.
SPICED SALMON.—Fresh Spiced Salmon in
small cans,jnst received and for sale by
THOMPSON BLACK A SON, BROAD and
HEIDRIECK a GO’S CHAMPAGNE, very
choice Sherry and Madeira Wine, fine Brandy,
Younger’s Scotch Ale and Guineas’ s Brown Stoat
for sale hy E.B. CLARKE,Grocer and Tea dealer,
Main street, adjoining R. R. depot, Germantown.
VERY CHEAP TEAS.—Finest Young Hyson,
Imperial, Gunpowder, Oolong, English
Breakfast, Chilians, Ac., for sale in original pack
ages, or in small boxes, for family use, at JAMES
R. WEBB’S,-Walnut and Eighth streets. de23
RIDLEY’S BROKEN CANDY,Vanilla Cream
Candy, Cornucopias, Chocolate Almonds and
Drops, BumtAlmonds and Mixtures; all fresh.
For Sale hy E. B. CLARKE, dealer in fancy and
staple Groceries, Main street, adjoining Railroad
FRENCH PEAS, Champignons, and Boneless
Sardines, of a fresh importation; for sale hy
E. B. CLARKE, dealer in fine groceries, Main
street, adjoining Railroad Depot, Germantown.
Fresh groceries for ohristmas
New Raisins, Currants, Citrons, Prunes,
Figs, and Almonds. Just received fresh, for sale
by E. B. CLARKE, dealer in fancy and staples
groceries, Main street, adjoining Railroad Depot,
Refined sugars and syrups of *t.t.
grades manufactured at the Southwark Sngai
Refinery and the Grocers’ Sugar House, for sale
bv E. O. KNIGHT A CO., Southeast corner
water aud Chestnut street*..
FRESH OLIVE OIL in whole, half, and quarter
bottles; for sale by E. B. CLARKE, grocer,
Main street, adjoining Railroad Depot, German
FRUITS Layer Raisins, the finest imported,
Sultanas; New Figs, in fancy boxes; New
Currants; Prunes; English Walnuts, Ac., at
JAMES It. WEBB’S, Wainnt and Eighth ste
PIPE. —Montgomery Terra Cotta
Price List for 1864.
2 inch pipe per 3 feet length 30 cents.
3 inch pipe per 3 feet length 30 cents.
J inch pipe per 3 feet length 48 cents. '
5 men pipe per 3 feet length 60 cents.
6 inch pipe per 3 feet length 75 cents. ‘
_ We are prepared to furnish stone-ware drain
pipe, glazed inside and outside, from 2 to 15inches
m diameter, in large or Bmall quantities, with all
varieties of Traps, Bends, and other connections.
Liberal discount to the trade.
m ■ McCOLLIN A RHOADS,
1221 Market street, Philadelphia.
COAH— SUGAR LOAF, HEAVER mica.
DOW and Spring Mountain Lehigh Goal, and
best Locnst Monntain from Schuylkm, prepared
expressly tor family use. Depot, N. wT comer
EIGHTH and WILLOW streets? Offloe, No. 11l
South SECOND street.
mh2T j. WALTON ft CO.
IHS DAILY vrmms? BULLETIN-: PHILADELPHIA, THKSOAY. FEBRUARY 9 IBm
W. H. RHAWN,
*l. W. EVKRMAK.
16th inst. the following
■ elected Directors of the
BT EAHB WEEKLY TO .IHVES
iouehing- at IiUBBNSTGW?
;i;uTk Harbor well-known Steamers o' tin
Liverpool, New York and PtularOipQiaS’minabi)
Vtoa pany are intended to sail as folio ws:
E L'l NB V KGH. ~ Saturday, Feb. 19
CITY OF WASHINGTON.... Saturday, Feb. 2<>
CITY -.'l- LONDON .Saturday, Fes. a 7
, And every succeeding Saturday at Noon, froa
?ier 44 North Ttiver.
RATES OF PASSAGE:
PAYAELS TH SOl]® OE ITS EatnVALEKT XXT OWE-
Hsfc Cabin ;...SfSO Steerage.... 838 64
Ist Cabin to London. 65 Do. to London 34 St
Ist Cabin to Paris.... 95 Do. to Paris.. 40 96
Ist Cabin to HamVarg 90 Do. to Hamburg 37 ES
Passengers also forwarded to Havre, Bremen,
Rotterdam, Antwerp, &c., at equally low rates.
Fabej pf.oh Livekpool ok Q,osehstowk.—
Flrst'Cabin, 875, BSS, 5195. Steerage from Liver
pool and Queenstown, S3i>. Those who wist tc
send for their friends can buy tickets here at t&etf
■ : For further 'information 1 , apply at the Comps.
ny’s Offices. JOHN G. DALE, Agent,
. fe9 '■. 111 Walnut street, Phiiad6lphir.
BOSTON AND PHILADELPHIA
STEAMSHIP LINEi-Sallingfrom each
port ou Saturday—From first wharf above Pint
street, Philadelphia, and Long wharf, Boston, on
Saturday, February 13, 1861.
The steamship NORMAN, Captain Baker, will
sail from Philadelphia for Boston on Saturday,
February Wifi, at Hi o’ clock, A. M. ,and steam shiv
SAXON, (Japuui, Matthews, from Boston for Phil
adelphia on Saturday, February 13th, at 4 P. M.
These new and substantial Steamships lorn a
regular line, sailing from each port punctually on
Insurance at one-half the premium charged by
sail vessels. .
Freight taken at fair rates.
Shippers are requested to send slip receipt* and
bills of lading with their goodE-
For freight, or passage, having fine accommoda
tions, apply to HENRY WINSOR Jc CO.,
.332 South Delaware avenue
-BSPS®?, FOR ALEXANDRIA, GEORGE-
S'-am Line, via Canal—Every Wednesday at l‘
M , And very Saturday at 6 A. M.
Steamer LEADER, Captain Callahan.
Steamer H. J. DEVINNY, Captain-Bristew.
Steamers. SEYMOUR, Captain Room.
Steamer E. CHAMBERLIN, Captain Stewart
These steamers form a semi-weekly linebetweer
Philadelphia and the above-ports, sailing regularly
as -advertised, and carrying freight lower than by
any other route. Freights received every day
and bills of lading given. Apply to THOMA&
WEBSTER, 14 North Wharves. selO-tf
FOR NEW YORK.— DESPATCH
Sgj&S&aad SWIFT-SURE LINES—Via Dela
ware and Raritan Canal. —The steamers of thus*
lines are leaving daily at 12 o' clock, M., ands
o’clock, P. M., from third Pier above Walnut st
For freight, which -will be taken on accommo
dating terms, apply to WILLIAM M- BAIRI) 4
GO., 132 South Delaware avenue.
FOR NEW YORK—New Daily Lliu
—Via Delaware and Raritan Gaual—
Philadelphia and New York Express Steamboa ;
Company will receive freight and leave daily at 5
P. Id., delivering their cargoes in New York th»
Freight taken at reasonable rates.
WILLIAM P. CLYDE, Agent.
14 South Wharves, Philuda.
JAMES HAND, Agent,
JygS-tf Piers 14 and 15 East River, 2f. Y.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
COLEMAN’S CALIFORNIA 'LINE.
SAILING REGULARLY AS ADVERTISED
The A l Extreme Clipper Ship
Is hots’rapidly loading at pier 15, E. R. footif
This magnificent clipper ship is one of the
wSy fastest sailors afloat; has made the passage
to Liverpool in same time as steamer America.
She has 3 decks, sn>erior. ventilation, and is in
every way a first-class ship. VTe invite shippers
to inspect this vessel, and semi their goods along
side immediately. "Weexpedt this ship will beat
the fleet now loading.
For balance of freight, apply to
BISHOP, SON & CO.,
105 Arch street, above Front.
JQ* FOR LIVERPOOL--With Ouick Dispatch
33s—Th*-* fin© Neutral ship SULIOTE,
Soule, master, Having the bulk of bei cargo en
gaged and now going on board, will sail soon.
For balance of freight, apply to PETER WRIGHT
* SONS, 115 Walnut street. ja2G
FOR BARBADOS—The line British schr
3B£MARIA JANE, ParrittJ master, will sal]
in few days. For freighter passage, apply to
GEORGE ALKINS, Nos. 10 and 12 South De£&*
war© avenue. \
THE FOLLOWING first class vessel>
vpSgcvtp take a few passengers for the following
poii*: A 1 baik Glenwood, for Genoa, soon* BK.
bark Tubal Caiu, for Marseilles, soon; -Ital. bark
Pelleg-a, for Marseilles, soon; At bark E. A.
Cochran, for Trinidad de Cuba, soon; brig Anna
Wellington, for Cardenas, soon; brig Sitka, for
Barbadoes, soon; brig Sarah Larsen, for Havana,
soon; brig Kodiak, for Key West, soon; brig Ro*
manre, for Key West, soon; Br. bng Maine, fjr
Cienfuegbs, soon; brig Anna D. Torry, for Sagna
la Grande, soon, For passage, apply to J. E.
RAZEE? A CO-i 122 South Wharves. feS
vg-i FOR CIENFUEGOS—The British brig
§gg[GEORGE CRUMP, Winchesterr\master,
having goed accommodations for passengers, ill
sail as above in a few days For passage, apply
to E. A. SOUDER A CO., Dock street wharf.
FIRST VESSEL TO SAlL—Only 127
wMctnus— For Havana Eagle Line Neutral
Flag—Can take the balk of 300 barrels, if applied
for at once —The Hr. brig SARAH LARSEN,
Hopkins, master, is now rapidly loading at the
second wharf below Walnut street; having nearly
her capacity engaged, will have dispatch. Ship
pers will do well to examine before engaging else
where. For freight or passage, apply to J. E.
BAZLEY A CO., 122 South Wharves. feS-5t
FOR NEW ORLEANS, La.—Direct.—
JggEThe fast sailing regular packet bark OOMET
Captain P. H. Morrison, having two-thirds other
cargo engaged, will have quick dispatch for the
above port For balance or freight or passage
apply to WORKMAN A CO , 123 Wainnt street.
Aa FOR BOSTON—Express Lme-tThe fins
SRgnew packet schooner MARY A. RICH,
Captain Hardee, is now receiving freight at Oat
teli’s wharf, the third wharf above Market street,
and will sail for the above port with prompt dis-
Satch For freight, apply to DAVID COOPER- 18
orth Wharves. ja27
fiOSa FOR NEW YORK—Express Line—The
flHgflne packet schooner E. FLOWER, Captain
Russell, is now receiving freight at Girard’s
wharf, above Market street, and will sail for the
above port with prompt dispatch. For freight, ap
piy to DAVID COOPER, 18 North Wharves. ja2B
FOR PROVIDENCE.—Expresa Line.—
aßaa The fine packet schooner SILVER MAG
NJsi'T Captain Call, is now receiving freight at
Callowhill street wharf, and will sail for the above
port with prompt dispatch. For freight, apply to
DAVID OOOPER, 18 North Wharves. fe3
x JOHN SHINDLER A SONS, SAIL
SfigMAKERS, No. 244 North WABVES, below
Vine street, Philadelphia.
All work done in the best manner and on th«
lowest and most favorable terms, and warranted
to give perfect satisfaction. mhls-tf
Particular attention given to repairing.
THE UNDERSIGNED- having rented their
Ship. Yard, located between Queen and
Christian streets, with the Marine Railway and
Sectional Dry Dock,to A. S. SIMPSON A BRO..
take this opportunity of expressing their thanks to
their friends and patrons for their long and con
A. S. SIMPSON A BRO. being practical Ship
wrights aud Caulkers, we recommend them to our
late customers and those that have vessels to re
pair, and are confident whatever is entrusted to
them will he carefully attended to.
ja3U-lm* J. SIMPSON A NEILL.
Pbli.adei.pbiA, Feb. 1, 1864.
CONSIGNEES WANTED—B 4 blooms iron,
per echr. Fly, Capt. Ohe*seman, from New
York. Consignees please Bend for the same, now
stored hy me, pay freight and charges, and oblige
DAVID COOPER, 18 North Wnarvee. fes-5t
CONSIGNEES WANTED—6O blooms, per schF-
Jesßie Williamson, Captain JUinsmore, from
New York. Consignees please send for the same,
bow stored by me, p&v freight and charges, and
oblige DAVID COOPER, 18 North Wharves.
NOTICE —All persons are cautioned not to trust
any of the crew of the Italian bark PELLE
GRA, Fasce, master, from Taganrog, Russia, as
no debts of their contracting win be paid by cap
tain 'or consignees. • J. E. BAZLEY A 00., 122
South Wharves. ja27-tf
CAUTION.— All persons are hereby notified
agaiUßt trusting any of the crew ofthe Italian
bark LUIGINO, LaNasa, master,from Terveno
va, as no debts of their contracting will he paid
by cither the captain or consignees. WORKMAN
A CO., 123 Wainnt street. ia23
piABPETINGS, OIL OLO'
THREE PLY, > CARPETINGS.
kat.t. and 1
Ail at U>e lowest cash jnricee
M-,?. H tltu * <' i ncl con vement-gaft
RESIDEROE, with' flue
t-arn, tec. - Garden, Orchard, Spring
House, t:nd. about three acr<-s of Land, on Cifester
Road, about }>' miles below Larby
•Railway terminus. For fnither pattlbulari ad.
dress or apply to " JOHN H. WEEKS,
feC-Gt* S. W. corner Fifth and Noble.
MA LARGE AND FURNISHED COUNTRY
SEAT to rent for the summer, on the Lamb
Tavern road, wi’h a large Vegetable Garden and
an -abundance of fruit, consisting of Grapes,
Pears, Apples, and Straw, Black and Raspberries;
also two fresh cows: an ice-house filled, and about
G acres of land. Will be let to a private family
only; none others need apply. RentSl,ooo. En
quireofO. N. WHARTON, No. 274 South Third
A FOR "Sale A COUNTRY SEAT, with
forty acres of Land, near Lin wood Station, on
the Baltiiiu.ro Railroad, eighteen, miles from
Thehonse commands an extensive view of the
Delaware river, about a mile distant. About
seven acres of the land are admirably suited for a
Apply to CHAS. H. MITIRHEID,
203 South >ixth street,
or: to JONATHAN GUEST, on the premises.
Inquire at Lin wood Station Post Office, Delaware
county, Penn* a., which is ten minutes walkirom
the place. • fed 30:$
dpr FOR SALE OR RENT.—A Douolo Stone
re?# Built Country House; interlined from cellar
to roof ; Parlor, Dining, Sittingßooms, and Kitchen
on the first floor, and Eleven pleasant Chambers.
Barn. Four acres of ground, neatly laid out,
planted with fruit and ornamental trees. Located
5)4 miles from the city and three-foiirth of a mile
lrom a railway station. Address Si&lohh, at tins
office- f fes-Gt*
dp COACH HOUSE AND STABLING TO
faiS LE'?—lt is well built with lofts, and room
tor Coachman. The building is about 32 feet
square, two stories, wi*li stables for four horses,
besides a large cleaning stall, water closet, and
cont'Tuc’ed with all the modern improvements,
situate near LOGAN SQ.UARE.
GEORGE W. COLL AD AY,
fe4-tfs No. Gl9 Walnut street.
A FOR SALE—PROPERTIUS, No 2tloaud
2U2 CHERRY street. Two supeno- dwel
lings on each lot. S‘?si)o can remain on mortgage.
• 4 , GEORGE W. COLL AD AY,
* p, *-tf No. Gl9 Walnut street.
fig FOR Sale, a DOUBLE THREE-STORY
JE2I Brick House, with three-story Back Build-
U‘^ s cou, Ph'te; has all the modern convenience,
Bath, Gas, Hot and Cold Water, ice., situated
No. THIRTEENTH St., below Spruce,
west side, adjoining St Luke’s Church Lot is
20 leet 9 inches front by 150 feet deep to a 20 feet
wide street, also a six feet wide alley miming into
■ Thirt-etuh street Price SO, 00U; one Half or more,
may remain on Mortgage.
ALSO THE ADJOINING HOUSES, Nos.. 3-D
and 336 South Thirteenth street, below Sprace,
west side, same description of Houses as above:
all modern convenience. Lots each 20 feet nine
inches front by 150 leet deep to a 20 feet back street,
also a six feet wide alley running to and from
Thirtfeuth street. Price $9,000; one-half or more
may remain on Mortgage.
also, a valuable business loca
tion. No. 2oSouth SEVENTH, above Chest
nut, adjoining Guy’s Hotel. It is a three-story
Brick House with Store and Dwelling. Lot 20
feet front by 57 1-5 feet deep. Price 510,50 u; one
half or more may remain on Mortgage.
Applv to KUHN A HILLIER,
12n South Fourth street, Southwest corner of
fg ELEGANT COUNTRY SEAT FOR
S.SALE—About eight miles from city: Railroad
depot half a mile from the premises; convenient,
also, to churches and schools. For healthiness and
beauty of situation, as well as surroundingadvan
tages. this property is unsurpassed in the suburb*
of Philadelphia. The large mansion (commanding
line views of the river Delaware) is of brown
stone, built and finished without regard to cost,
and replete with all the modern conveniences for
both summer and winter. The ground comprises
23 acres, beautifully laid ontand ornamented with
a great variety of fruit trees and shruos. A large
garden with abundance of fruit. On the premises
are alsjo erected a gardener’s cottage, lodge,
orchard hetyse, green house, conservatory, - and
very extensive stabling, no expense whatever hav
ing been spared, to make this in ail respects a first
Apply to C. H. MUIRHEID,
ja29-3uts ’ No. 203 South Sixth street.
M: SPRUCE STREET—FOR SALE—A fine
Dwelling, Spruce street, east of Broad;
modem improvements. Lot 4u feet front. Apply
to J. H. CURTIS A SON, Real Estate Brokers,
•433 Walnut street. ja3o
MTO BE LET—A line lour-story Dwelling,
with three-story double back buildings, Sol
North Broad street; every modern improvement;
stable on back street. Apply to J. H. CURTIS A
SON, Real Estate Brokers, 433 Walnut street.
■ FOIt SALE—Modern Dwelling House,
Cffa No. ID Woodland Terrace, West PliiladeJ*
phja, replete witii ererv convenience. Apply to
'E. L. MOSS, Broker,
219 Dock street.
FOR SAXE.—AII that conveniently located
Cottage, with the ample grounds thereto at
tached* located on the upper side of Wister street,
orDuy’slam\ adjoining the Germautowu Rail
road at Duy’s Station 4 , and opposite Wister’e
woods. House has ajl the modern improvements
—Gas, Ranee, Bath, Ac. Lot H2x3iS fe*u 6
inches to Jefferson street, on which is a Stable and
Coach House. Well and Hvdraut Water ou the
premises. Apply to JOHN A. CLARK Attorney -
at-Law, or a. G. STOUT, Conveyancer, 4is
WALNUT street, 2d floor. ja2G-tu.thfc?-12t*
tfg GERMANTOWN PROPERTY FOR
HSL SALE.—For Sale—a large Stone House,with
the modern improvements, in the neighborhood >of
WAYNE STATION, Germantown Railroad; will
be finished by April, 1^64.
Apply at No. 511 COMMERCE Street,
ja2b-tu,th, s,?t* * Philadelphia.
M FOR SALE.—A place situated on the BEtIS--
TOL turnpike, in Bueks comity, containing
li acres of land, large stone and frame House mid
Bam, with other outbuildings, all in good repair;
large garden, shade and other trees. This property
is situated a few hundred yards from the Penn
Valley Statiou*on the Philadelphia and Trenton
Railroad, whinb 'would make it a desirable re
sidence for a person doing business in Philadel
Enquire on the Premises. fo4-th,s,tu9t*
FOR SALE.—The elegant and valuable
BSa residence. S. W. cor. of 33d and Biidle
streets, 24th Ward. The HOUSE is large, hand
somely finished, and supplied throughout wi’h
modern conveniences. The groun s are well laid
out, and adorned with shrubbery; Passenger Cars
pass the door. A large portion of the purchase
money can remain, and possession given at onoe
if desired. Apply to EDMUND U. PECHIN,
No. 528 Walnut street. ' ia26;tu,tb,B,i*2ti
£ DESIRABLE STABLE TO LET, U iht
neighborhood of Tenth and Walnut streets.
Three stalls, with every convenience. Apply at
No. 16 South Third street. dell-tf
& COUNTRY SEAT AND FARM FOB gg
SALE—Containing fifty-five acres, Sjj
handsomely situated in Cheltenham townshin,
Montgomery county, Pennsylvania, about eight
miles from the city and one and a-half from Tor)
Road Station, on the North Pennsylvania Rail
road. The buildings are nearly new, substantial
and well calculated for a winter or summer resi
dence. Apply to C. H. MUIRHEID, No. 2C i
South SIXTH street, Philadelphia. sel9-tfs
WEST PHILADELPHIA—FOR SALE The
valuable LOT OF GROUND, southeast
corner of Walnut and Forty-first streets, 450 feet
front by 175 feet deep.
Valuable LOT, southeast corner Walnut and
Thirty-sixth streets, 150 by 175 feet deep.
Valuable LOT, north side of Locust, west of
Fortieth street, 300 feet front by 175 feet deep.
Also, southeast comer of Locust and Forty-first
streets, 200 feet by 175 feet deep.
Also, north side of Locust street, west of Thirty
ninth, 100 feet front by 165 feet deep.
Valuable LOT, northwest corner of Walnut and
Forty.first streets, 105 feet front, by 225 feet deep
to York street, three fronts,
a J. M. GUMMEY A SONS,
ue6 508 Walnut street.
TO LET.—Large and small ROOMS, np stairs,
612 and 614 CHESTNUT-street. fe3-tf
KUHN & HILLIER, Agents lor the Purchase
and Sale of City and Country property.
Money 'procured on Mortgage. Collectors ol
House Rents, Ground Rents, Book Accounts,
Obligations, Ac. Office, No. 120 South FOURTH
DR. FINE, PRACTICAL DENTIST
ftßJgitfor the last twentyyuars,
below Third, inserts the most beautiful TEETH of
the age, mounted on fine Gold, Platina, Silver,
Vulcanite, Coralite, Amber, Ac., at prioesfoi
neat and work, more reasonable than
any Dentist in tht« olty or State. Teeth plugged
to lastfbr life. Artificial Teeth repaired to suit
No pain in extracting. All work warranted to fit
Reference, bnotraillea. fa dft2fl-3m»
TNDIA RUBBER MACHINE BELTING
l . STEAM SACKING, HOSE, *O.
XfrKiHeen) and dealers will And a FIJIUj AS
SORTMENT OF GOODYEAR’S P ATENT
VULCANIZED RUBBER BELTING, PACK
ING, HOSE, *e., at tlx. Head
308 Chestnut street,
'HS, AND DBTJG*
N. B. We haye a NEW and CHEAP ARTICLE
of GARDEN and PAVEMENT HOSE, Tew
cheap, to which the attention of the public u
for sals by
[(3HT * SOW,
FOE SAXiE ANTV TO LIST
AUCTION SALES. -
M~"? * SONS, AUCTIONEERS
■ !?* f®* MtSouti Fourth. *tra»t • •
A Ssle, Brn March. .
T??&? tANK Pennsylvania..
Exrliahte , BtU Match next, at the
,l,e Court of-Oommoe
P.nnayiv.Sl "“““““S the Bank of
to‘Sle CataIOKUCS W, “ ten days previous
. < e AL i S v ol ' STOCKS AND REAI vvtjtv
noon? EXChanSe ' e 'ery TUESDAY, at l?£djck
m pamphlet f.rm, giv.ng
rertdenSs'l&c 81 a “ e “‘ ion g,veu “> «t private
OS?" I URNITURE SALES at the AllPttciv
STORE, EVERY THURSDAY. ACTION
ON TUESDAY, FEB. 16,
At 12 o'clock noon, a* the Philadelphia Ex
change. previous to the sale of Real Estate—
-2 shares Philadelphia Exchange. .
*6shares Academy Music.
S3,£CO Callaway Mining Company Bonds.
Sdsbartb co. do. do.
20(»stares Ch*&ter County Mining Company.
'ssoo Lehigh Coal Navigation Company,
REAL ESTATE SALE, FEB. 16. '
Crphars’ Ccutt bale—Estate of- Neff, minors—.
BRICE STORE AND DWELLING, N. W.
corner ofVjne. and Eighth sts.
Same Estate— DWELLING, noith side of Vine
st, west of Eighth st.
Sam* Estate—BT’ILDJNG LOT, Eighth st, be
tween Vine and sfs.
Same Estate—BßlCE DWELLING, S. E. cor
ner of James and pagan sts, 33th Waid
Same Estate.—LOT, James" I ,street: and Willow
Strec-t rrilroad. . ‘
Peremptory SaIe—HOTEL AND DWELLING
No. 7(b Filbert 6t, with stable m the rear. Sale
Peremptory SaIe—STABLE AND LOT, front,
ing on nn nl s « y between Eighth,and Ninth and
M rKet and Filbeft sts.
Peremptory baIe—STABLE AND LOT, front
ing on >he alfry.
Peremptory SaIe—SMALL LOT r adjoining the
Sale by order of-lleirs-VALUABLE THREE-
S<iOKY PRICK Rf CsIDENOE. S E corner of
Ttuih and Spruce sts, (knowiias Portico Row.)
Has all the modern conveniences. Lot 25 by 160
f et J
Same Es’nte-2 VALUABLE FOUR-STORY
BRICK STORES. Ncs. 46 and 48 south Second
above CHESTNUT STREET—good Business
Same 'Estate—Valuable Business Stand—
FOUR-STORY' BRICK STORES No. 422 south
Second et, occupied as a dry goods store and a
good business stand.
VALUABLE SITES FOR OOUNMRY
SEATS—A TRACT OF 60 ACRES, at Abington
Station,North Pennsylvania Railroad,and Willow
Grove 3 urn pike. Id miles from Philadelphia.
THHEE-S1 (iRY BRI K DWELLING, No.
DIG Marshall st. north of Poplar.
TKREESTGKY BRICK DWELLING, No.
lGtr* north Third st, above Oxford.
VALUABLE THREE STORY BRICK
STORE and DWELLING, No. 1123 Spring Gar
den s», west of lltli st.
THREE STORY KRICK DWELLING, No.
422 north 9ih st south of-Noble st.
THREE STORY BRICK DWELLING,corner
13th and Brandy winests. ;
For full descriptions of the whole of th®
above see handbills.
REAL ESTATE SALE, FEB 23.
Executors. 1 Sale— Estate of Ch&rle; Williams,
dec’d— Valvable Business Stand— MODERN
FOUR-STORY BRICK STORE, No. 239 South
Second si. be- Spruce and Dock sts.
'lrustee’s Sale—Estate of Joseph- T. Bailey,
dec’d—ELEGANT BRICK RESIDENCE with
all modern conveniences. No. 1330 CHESTNUT
si, west of j3th st, opposite the Mint.
Same Est vte-ELE GANT MODERN FOUR-
S'! ORT BROWN STONE RESIDENCE, No.
1332 CIiE>TNUT si, adjoining Che above —has all
ihe modern conveniences
Business Stand— TWO-STORY BRICK TA
VERN, No. ICO north Second st, between Arch
and Race sN.
TWr-STOKY FRAME DWELLING, No. 103
Executor’s Sale—Estate of Goa. Bartbn, doc’d—
VALUABLE BUSINESS STAND, South st.—
Three-story Brick STORE AND DWEDLING,
with back buildings. No. 1114 SOUTH st, 2U feet
front, by 120 fret to Bedford st.
fcsmo Estate—DWELLING and BLACK
SMITH SHOP, SHIPPEN st, and Bed ford st—2o
by 120 feet.
VALUABLE FARM, 255 ACRES Toukkan
novk township* Monroe county. Pa., 15 miles west
Valuable Busi3K.cs Stand -FIVE-STORY
IRON FRONT BANKING HOUSE, sonth
Thirds:, above Walnut st.
Executor's PeroEuptorj SaIe—BUSINESS I*o
CATION, N 0.617 Prtssyunk road.below South st.
YALUADI.t FAU3I, 172 ACHES. Montgomery
county, Fa.. 20 miles from Philadelphia, 2>2 miles
from Gwynedd station and w miles trom " ,Yortli
TVairs Station on the North Pennsylvania Rail
A WELL SECURED GROUND RENT OF
£46 a year. '
THREE-STORY BRICK STORE and DWEL
LING- No. ->M ttoith Front st.
BUILDING LOT, Montgomery avenue, ic-th
“Ward. **■ .
Bt ILDING LOT, Vicuna st, IStii Ward.
Assignee's SaIe—YAXUA BEETHREE STORY
BRICK WAREHOUSE, Nos. 25 11 . 2.52,251 and
2d6north BROAD si, 95 lVetfront. IUS fee: deep.
SALE OF VALUABLE MISCELLANEOUS
BOOKS FROM A LIBRARY.
AFTERNOON, FEB. 10,
*At the aue'iott store, a '•ollection of valuable
miscellaneous books, from a private library.
Sale at No*. i:k* and Ml Sonrtli Fourth street.
SUPERIOR FURNITURE, ROSEWOOD
PIANO, BILLIARD TABLE. FINE FIRE
PROOF SAFES. EMBOSSING PRESS,
FINE CARPETS, Ac T
ON THURSDAY MQBNING,
At 9 o' clock, at the auction store, superior fur
niture; rosewood piano, by Gilbert A Co.; bil
liard table, marble bed; bagatelle table; 2 fireproof
safes, by Herring; line carpet-, Ac.
BY THOMAS BIRCH* SON,
Auctioneers and Commission Merchant*,
No. 914 CHESTNUT street, above Ninth.
Sale at No. 914 Chestnut Street.
NEW AND SECONDHAND HOUSEHOLD
FURNITURE, PIANOS, MIRRORS, CAR
ON FRIDAY MORNING,
At 9 o’clock, at the auction store, No. 914
Chestnut street, will be sold—
A large assortment of new and secondhand
Also, one large and superior electrical machine,
air pump, galvanic apparatus, mechanics, Ac.
Thomos Birch A Son will give their persona.'
attention to the sale of Fnmitnxe at the residence!
of those about breaking np housekeeping or re
moving. Also, hold Bales of furnitnxe even
FRIDAY HORNING, at 0- o’clock, at then
spacious Warerooms. No. 914 Chestnut street.
Philip ford a co., auctioneers,
525 Market and 522 Commerce streets.
LARGE SALE OF 1500 OASES BOOTS, SHOES,
ON THURSDAY MORNING, FEB. 11,
We will sell by catalogue, for cash, commencing
at 10 o’clock precisely, 1500 cases Men’s, Boys’
and Youths’ Calf, Kip, Grain and, Thick Boots,
Brogans, Balmorals, Cavalry Boots, Ac.; Wo
men’s. Hisses’ and Children’s Calf, Kd, Goat
and Morocco Heeled Boots and Shoes, from first
class city and Eastern manufacture, embracing a
fresh assortment of goods.
Moses nathans, auctioneer and
Southeast corner SIXTH and RACE streets.
At private sale, upwards of 2000 gold and silver
watches, at half the usual selling prices. Watch
makers, dealers and private purchasers will do
well by calling at the S. E. comer of Sixth and
AT PRIVATE SALE.
50 Peters’s Philadelphia cases English Patent
Lever Watches, of the most approved and. best
makers; some of them have five pairs extra jewels,
and very fine and high eost movements. If ap-
Slied for Immediately they can be had singly, oi
te let at £25 each. The cases will wear equal to
solid gold cases. «
at private sale for less than halt
THE USUAL SELLING PRICES.
Fine gold magic case, hunting case and double
bottom English patent lever watches, jnll jeweled
and plain, of the most approved and best makers;
fine gold hunting case and open face Geneva pa
tent lever and leplne watches; ladies’ fine-gold
enameled diamond watches; fine gold American
hunting case patent lever watches, v of the most
'approved styles; fine silver hunting ease and open
face English patent lever watches, of the most
approved and best makers: fine silver hunting
case American patent lever watches, of the most
approved makers; fine silver .hunting case and
open face Swiss and French patent lever and
leplne watcheß: independent second and donbls
time lever watches; silver quarUer English, Swiss
and French watches; fine gold-plated watches;
Peters’ s patent watches, fine English movements,
and numerous other watches.
Very fine English twist double barrel fowling
pieces, barr and back , action locks, some very
eosa7 \ MONEY TO LOAN,
in large or small amounts, on good* of ITIPJ
description, for any length of time agreed on
JAIEE.S A. ‘EEJiMAH, A U OTIOH EEB,
So. 42a WALNUT street, EbOY^crortSi,
v - STOCKS. >
ON WEDNESDAY, FEB. 10,
At 12 o’clock coon, fct the Exchanger-.
~ Executor’s Sale-—2OO shares stock Bank o t- Fen®
16 shares stock Spring Garden Insurance Co.
Also, on other accounts,
100 Ehaies Callaway Mining 00.
1 do. Mercantile, library Co. ’ ;
BEAL ESTATE SALE, FEB. 10, 1864.
This sale will include—
2D AND COLUMBIA AVENTTE-A three
story brick house, lager beer saloon and dwelling*'
IB leet by 61J£ feet; well built bouse, with bath
room, range, baths, gas, &c. SG6 ground rent.:
Sale by order of Heirs—Estate of Barbara FaOL
dec" a. ' *
. S» THIRD ST—A two*story brick houeec
oelow Monroe &t, i 2 feet front, 38# feet deep toa
3 feer s inch alley. Orphans* Court Sale—Estate
RfEISTIJI ST., ABOVE 17TH-A lot of
rrodiid, above i7th st, 18 by 129 feet 8 Inches to
SJS : «,“ e E ‘" ? n ‘Which is a small house, No. 151&
oi Wm P m?£ d reilt ' Orphans’ Court Sale-Estate
■ T, -K S^ mfon > dec’d., -
76 V feet &TS —A lot of ground,
i-iK/fpet * in an oblique direction;
J -?/s thence at right aneles then'
2i;d leet parallel -with the second line thencedW
teet ICS inches to the place of bep“i n m
P™ 1 * a ParfHelogram.a-,0 by lie feet. Placed
the auction store. Orphans* Court Sale Vstais
Richard Meßee, dec'd. cam—estate
106 MEAI) ALLEY—A two*story brick house
and lot, 14 by 53 feet 7 inches. Orphans’ Court
Sale—Estate of Malcolm McNeran, dec’d.
WILLIAM AND MELVALE STS. 25TH
WARD—Three-story brick house and lot at
ground, N. W. corner of the street, 20 feet front
S' Jret deep. seo ground rent Orphans’ Conrt
b^Er, E 6!? t< ‘ ofMargaret.C. Brahtigara, dec’d. -
BBOAD AND TIOGA STS.—A very dpsirs
ble lot ol gronnd, NAW. corner of: Broad and
Tioga streets, 21st Ward, 100 by 117 Teet to a 410 feet
mreet. The neighborhood is rapidly improving.
The new R. R. is along bo h streets, gas. Ice.
JNew improvements rapidly rising. S2,sUo“maT
MECHANIC ST., MANAYUNK—Frame and
stone bonse and let near Cresson sf., 32 feet trout.
feet deep. "534 50 gronnd rent. Orphans*
Court Sale—Estate of Tobias Pyle, dec’ A
MECHANIC ST., MANAY ONE—Frame and
stone houses and lot of ground, S. E. corner of
CresEon st., 1G feet front, G 2 feet 7 inches deep.
Orphans’ Court Sale—Same Estate.
MECHANIC STREET, MANAYUNK. I —Brick
House and Jot, S. E corner of Cresson street, 13
feet front, 09 feet deep. Orphans’ Court Sale
s-me estate. . .
GREEN AM]D NEW MARKET STREET.—A
business stand, S. W. corner of New Market and
Green streets, 11 feet G;C inches front and 52V feet
deep, being 12 feet 8 inches' wide on the rear S3S
gronnd rent. Sale peremptori, by order of heirs.
SECONU STREET, ABOVE JEFFERSON.—
Three-story brick dwelling and lot, abont 120 feet
north of Jefferson street, 16 feet, G V inches front
and "St reet deep. Sale positive. Estate of -Jas.
Floy a, deceased.
ADJOINING.—The three-storv brick dwelling:
adjoining, 16 feet, Sjf inches front,-73 W feet deep”
Private Sale—same estate.
ADJOINING.—The three-story brick dwelling
adjoining the above, 17feet # inches front, an d73l£
feet deep.. Positive Sale—same estate.
ADJOINING.—The three-story briek dwelling
adjoining the above, 10 feet Id inches front, 733?
feet deep. Positive Sale—same estate.
PHILIP ST., ABOTE JEFFERSON—A'three
story brick honse and* lot adjoining the above on
therear, 14 feet 1 inch front,and 48 feet 5 inches
deep. Positive sale—same estate.
ADJOINING—A adjoining, 14 feet
inches front, and4Bfeetsinches deep. Posi
tive sale—same estate.
ADJOINING—The dwelling house adjoining,
-44 feet 1 x inch front, asd43 leet 5 inches deep.
ADJOINING—A Dwelling House and Lot ad
joining, 14 feet 3# inches iront and 43 feet 5 inches
deep. Positive sale. .Same estate. •
ADJOINING—A Dwelling House'adjoining, 14
feet front 43 feet 5 inches deep. ' Positive sale.
ADJOINING—The Dwelling House adjoining*
1 \ leet i> inches front 48 feet deep. Positive sale
826 LOMBARD STREET—Very desirable
Dwelling House with back buildings, &c., ISvf
feet front and abont SO feet deep. No incumbrance.
S2OOO may remain.
718 SOUTH EIGHTH ST—A genteel small
bouse, 14 by 75 feet, gas, water in the kitchen*
good yard, &c. No incumbrance. Sale peremp
FOR SALE—BIO,OOO MORTGAGE.
At Private Sale—A mortgage of SlO,OOO, well se
cured on property in the heart of the city, bearing
5 per cent interest, having several year* to run.
BY JOHN B. MYERS * CO*
No*. 232 and 234 MARKET street, corner of Bank,
LARGE POSITIVE SALE OF BRITISH,
FRENCH, GERMAN AND DOMESTIC DRY
We will hold a large sale of Foreign and Do
mestic Spring Dry Goods, by catalogue, on -a
CREDIT OF FOUR MONTHS, and part for
ON THURSDAY MORNING, FEB. 11,
embracing about TOO Packages ano Lots of Stapla
aßd Fancy Articles, in Woolens, Linens, Cottons.
Silks and Worsteds, for city and country sales.
N. B.—Samples of the same will be arranged for
examination, with catalogues, early on the morn
ing of the sale, whan dealers will And it to their
interest to attend.
LARGE SALE OF AMERICAN ANE FOR
EIGN DRY GOODS, CARPETS, &c.
Included in our peremptory Sale of American
and Foreign Dry Goods, &c., on THURSDAY
MORNING, February 11, at 10 o’clock, by cata
logue, on four months’ credit and lor cash, will
be found in part the following desirable articles—
— bales bleached and brown muslins.
bales indigo blue tickings.
bales heavy shirting stripes.
bales Franklin denims.
cases Manchester ginghams.
cases fancy madder prints.
caseB colored cambrics.
cases fancy shirting fitnnels.
cases Kentucky jeans and twills. '
cases black and fancy satinets.
bales English hemp carpets.
bales liLen canvass and paddings.
CLOTHS AND CaSSIMERS.
Also, on THURSDAY. Feb 11—
32U pieces black and colored cloths, coatings,
imltons, cassimeres, Italian cloths, drap de ete,
Also, black and colored alpacas,, mohairs, co
burgs, fancy dress goods, piques, book and cur
tain muslins. silk ties and scarfs, hosiery, travel
ing bhiris, feewing silks, spool cotton, hoop
LINEN GOODS AND TICKINGS.
Also, an invoice of linen furnishing goods, and
linen tickings, jusi landed. •
Also, a stock of fancy and staple dry goods.
LARGE ATTRACTIVE POSITIVE SPECIAL
SALE OF SOFT HATS„ ,
ON FRIDAY MORNING, FEB. 19,
At 10 o'clock, will he peremptorily sold by cata
logue, on FOUR MONTHS’ CREDIT, 575 cases
men’s and 'boys* soft hats, including every va
riety oi shape, quality, colors and st> le, recently
manufactured for spring sales, to which we invita
the attention of dealers, .as the sale will be pe
N/B.—Samples, with catalogues early on the
morning of sale.
Furness, brinley a co., ncs, 015
CHESTNUT and 612 JAYNE street.
Our first sale of Spring Goods is postponed until
February 16th. _
FIRST LARGE PACKAGE SALE or SPRING
DRY GOODS, AT OUR NEW STORE, 615
CHESTNUT AND 612 JAYNE ST. i
UN TUESDAY MORNING, FEB 16j
At 10 o’clock, on four months’ credit, by cata
logue, comprising Woolen, Silk and Cotton Goods,
of British, French and American fabrics.
ON TUESDAY MORNING,
cases iM'black alpacas and mohairs.
Do. 6-4 silk stripe reginas.
Do. worsted broche fancies.
Do. fancy check mohair lustres.
Do. small check mohairs.
Do. mozambiques,.printed merinoes.
Also, check ginghams, dehiins, stripes, sheet
ings, Ac., Ac. __
LINEN DRILLS AND MARSEILLES VEST
INGS, FOR MERCHANT TAILORS.
150 pieces French fancy linen drills.
200 do do do flg’k Marseilles vestings*
London fine Valencia fancy silk vestings.. ~ ■ ■
LININ jDIULLS, BLEYS AND LINEN
brown linen 'drills.
—4-4 and 3-4 fine bley linens. '
7-4 to 10-4 brown linen damask. 1
BLACK ITALIAN SEWING SILK.
20 cases superior black Italian sewing silk<-\
SILK NECK TIES. J
An invoice of laficy and black silk neck ties.
DAMAGED DRY GOODS FOB CASH.
Feb. 16th. for cash, a largo invoice of domestlo
drygoods, slightly damaged St a late fire; con
sisting of—Brown and bleached muslins, tweeds,,
cottonades, jeans, indigo hlne checks, prints,
flannels, raonalin de laines, printed drills, wexfipn.
.half hose, Ac. ~
GOTTON P ATT. DUOK, COTTON CANVAS.
of every weight, from one. to two feet wide, all
numbers: heavy and light HAVENS DUOK
asut.anu TOPSAIL and other Awning Twills,
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