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2XXVIHTH CONGRESS.—FIRS! SESSION.
<JLOSB OF TKbTEUDAT’s peooke»;nc*«.
. W-ashifoto>: : r\*b. 15
Senate.'—Mr. Wkde'YClilo/ iutroJacr;! potirion-:
for repairs to the harbor oi A: : hlahni&, OL?*?.
-Mr. -.Howe ‘(Wi?.*)offered... rusol ir i;;,w of the
Chamber of Commerce of Milwviu:,- :_>c, r . ;om :nop- dr
ill g the constructiori'of aship civ.'-i* .- : rou :d
Pal e, on the American side, wax io/erc d
to the Committee on Commerce. = :
Mr. Sherman (Ohio) presented ttie pdt tides of
-citizeos of the United-Stales pray in •. t.-.r a-, .in-m
--cipailcnact. Befeiredto■theOommilteo on Shivery
and Freemen, » '
i Mr. Hendricks presented a petition from eitlzms
of Michigan!City,' Indiana, --prayins-for improve
.anents to the harbor.ibf Michigan City. ‘
On motion of Mr. Anthony, the bill co leg.illzr?
payments of paymaster E. U. Doran was taken
■up and passed. v . v . : >V. h '
Mr. Foster (Conn.) presented a bill to deflne'the
xanlr, j)3y, duties and emoluments oi chaplains in
the United States army; which was referred r o the
Commjttte, on; Military'; Affairs;,-; This.bill gives
them* the ’pay of a major 61 infantry. 'lt "allow*
-their acceptance or relentioniof pastoral -charges,
•requires them to preach once every wtek, to hold
social religious-meetings twice a Week, leer p libra
nes for soldiers’ use, and appoints a chaplain in
. spector. to: each department. ;. - • _
Mr. Ramsey introduced a bill to promote the
-efficiency; of Ike- army-chaplains. Referred to the
Onmotion of Mr, Howe, the bill granting a
.pension to JolmL. Burns, for patriotic services
■at Gettysburg, was considered and passed.
On motion of dfir. Wilson,, the Seriate pro seeded
to the co. sideration of the Senate bi.il for enrolling
-and ;o.ut the national -forces, with- title
-amendments of the House’ The Senate refused
to repeqe from its provisions by a decided vote,°so
-the bill goes back, to ,the House. .
Mr. Sherman : introduced a bill relating to
stamps. It provides for the ripht of appo 1 irom
-■the decisions of:the Commissioners to tile Su
•preme Court, and against a reversal of hh own
decision or that of a predecessor; makes pro
vision -.for : stampings inutruhients objected to in
Court, uhenin certain cases they r.re not legally
stamped. deferred-to’the Finance Committee.
Cn motion of .Mr. Fessenden, theSeuate pro
ceeded to tho consideration, of the ’Deficiency
Mr. Hendricks offered an amendment increas
*-iug the salary of the Assistant Secretary of the in
terior to $4,000. ’ *"
Mr. Hale moved to amend the' amendment, by
.providing that after she close of the present fiscal
.year -the salaries of ull the assistant secretaries
shall be §3,010 ptr-aniium’.
Mr. Bale’s amendment wss adopted by a vote
ol'2o ayes to 18 hays. * *
The amendment of Hr. Hendricks as amended,
"was then adopted by a vote of 25-ro 15.
Mr. Doolittle offered ah amendment to'etrik- 4
‘Out ihe siim of 53,000 and insert -S3,as tho sa-
J«iy cl assistant secretaries after the present year.
This was adopted by a vote of 25 io 15.
Mr. Howe ofTeied an amendment to include the
first and second assistant Postmaster-General m
the provisions of the amendments'iiicieasing the
salaries of assistant • secretaries, which was
adopted. - -
The House hill was Ih^n.reported as amended,
and nguea to,-after which the senate adjourned.
HOUSE-Oy-EKPBKgKNT ATI VES
glVIr. Arnold (111.) offered the following:
Kesolvedi That the Constiint:on of the United
St tes be sc amended as to abolish ‘slavery in the-
U lited S ides vriierever it now exists, and to pro-
W fit its existence -in ; e yery parUhereor.
Mr. Holmes find.) moved to lay the resolution
•on which was lost by.a vote of ‘9 to 58.
Mr. Wilson (Iowa) suggested that vho resolution
be referred * to the Committee on the J adiciiry,
which has charge of that subject.
Mr. Arnold objected to the suggestion. 1
The resolution was then passed by the following
vote—yeas 79, nays G 2 : ' •--
Yeas—Messrs. Allison Anderson, Arnold, Ash
ley, Bailey, Baldwin, (Mass ) Baxter, Boatnan:
‘Biair, (W. Ya.) Blow, Boutwell, Boyd, Biand
'Broomall, Cobb, -Cola,"Creswell, Davis,
fMd.) Davis. (N, Y.) Dawes,' Dixon** Dbnelly,
Diij-gsY" Dumont,’ Eckley,- Eliot,' Farnsworth,'
Fraik; Garfield, Gcocli,Grinnell, Hlgby. Hooper,
Hubbard, (Iowa) Hubbard, (Cbnn.j Hulburd,
Jenokes, Julian, Kelley,Kellogg,‘ (Mich.) Doan,
Xcngyear, Marvin, McOlurg, Miller, JN: Y.)
Moorehead, Morrill, Morris, (N. Y.) Amos My-
Leonard Myers, Norton, o*Neill,(Pa ; Orih,'
Patterson, Perh3iu, Pike,-Pomeroy, Price, Rice,
t(Mass.) Rice, (Me.): Rolling, (N. H.) Schenck,
Schofield, Shannon, Smitkers, Spalding,
Thayer, Thomas, Upson, Yaw 4 Yalkenburgb,
Washburne, (111.) Washburn, (Mass.; Whaley,
Williams, Wilder, Wilson and Wiudonv.
Shays—Messrs. James O. Allen William J.
Allen, Ancona, Baldwin, (Michi.) Blissyßrooks,
Brown, (wis.) Clay, Conioth, Coxy Cravens,, ‘
Daw>onjlDenuison, Eden,. FdgeVt n, -EL ridge,
Finciri'Garison, Grider, Hall, Hardiag Harring
ton, .JSroris. (Ind.) Herrick, Holman, Johnson,
(Ohio) 'Kellogg, (N. Y\) Kernan, King, Knapp;
Xaw;':Xazcar, Long, Mallory. McAllister, lilc-
Bride,.McDowell; McKinney, MiTer, (Pa.) Mor
ris, (Ohio) Morrison, Kelson, Noble. Odell, Neiil,
<Ohio) Pemlieton, Perry, Randall.(Pa.) Randall,
(Ky.) Robinson, Rollins,(Mo. ) Ross,Scett,Steele,
,tN. Y.) Stiles. Stronse, Stuart, Sweat, Clinton A.
White, Jos. W. White, Winfield, and Fernando 1
"Wood. . ‘
Mr. Arnold (!«:) reported a bill for the con
struction of unship canal .around the Falls ,of
Niagara. _ f- J _ ” * •
Mr.* Stevefts (Fa.) from the Committee on Ways
Means, reported the Indian Appropriation
bill for the year ending with June, 19t>5.
Mr. Jenckes (R.I ), from the special committee,
h bill establ'sliing a uniform system of
bankruptcy. Ordtied to be pnnted.nnd recom
Mr. Stevens ah o reported back the senate s
-aimndmcnts to tbe House bill for increasing the
infernal revenue and forutherpurposes.
Mr. btevens explained thedilfermce between the
-bill as.it passed the House and theSenaie’s amend
ment?, maintaining that the latter were preferable
to wfiht had been agiet>d upon by the House, as to
-thelax ou spirits, and the dates when it was to go
• into effect. . .
The House, he said, ought to accept the Senate’s
amendment with the principle hercrotorj declared,
by legislation, that taxes shouto be pros
pective on all articles. The committee were of
ooinioh that a pledge to this effect had been given
■to the country, and manufacturers .had aright to
:jpply, upon runs a basis ol their .business. Asa
revenu.e measure, the bill from the Senate was
much better than that of the House. The amount
•ol spirits cn hand which ihcHonse proposed to tax
-did not amount to more than 2UO. (00 barrels, about
10,u00;ttl>oi gallons; ibi*, at 4U cents agallon,
would-produce §4, WtJjUCO. But nobody, who had
en the operation of tlm Tax law could suppose
that not more than this quantity would be tax
' yielding. On the other hand tho Senate bill, after
the Ist of January next, would yMd $14,1)93 WK).
-Mr. Fernanda Wood (N. Y.) said the effect of
the motion ot Mr. &trveiis,to coneur in iheSenate’s
-amendme>ts, was' practically to restrict the rave
nue'to be raised by the bill. Thiswasampst ex
traordinajy proposi ioh. coming from the quarter
vhat it. did. Those whose duty it is to protect the
public-interests had hot button-holed the Commit
tee ol Finance This was done by those who had
Thronged the city looking after their own private
interests- So far form their beihgonly 200,000 ba
rrels of spirits oh hand, j.e (Mr. Wooo) kne>v three
•gentllmcn of' New Y'prk, neither of whom was a
speculative trader* who hadalmost half that quan
tiiy c-h hand theuirelves. • Instead of the spirits on
hand Siclding only 54,9005000, the lax would; pro
-■duce SH‘,CCU,COO. • . - .
The debate was continued until half-past four;
but ho action was taken on the Senate amead
mriits'. ' V
Mr< Davis (Md.) from the Select Committee on
Jnsuifeciionaxy States, reported a bill, which was
erdeitd’ to ...be printed, giving to certiin, States
where ihe Governments had been overthrown or
usurped-,a republican lorn.of.government’ It,.
' among other other things, for the ap
' pointmeht of Provisional Governors,, charged.with
the civil administration .of tlie. States .until such
Slates can by means of elections be rii-establisbied.
slaves -within the teeritories are declared,
iree, and any person hereafter in the .jebeljjnblic
service is declared not to be a citizen of the united
The House then adjourned. "’,*' : ~.
,PEBHSYLYANIA LEGISLATURE. - ' '
. \ llakribburg, Feb. 15.
Senate.—The Senate met at 8 o’clock, P. hi.
"There beinc no quotum, they adjourned.
House.—The House met at ly 2 o'clock, P. M.,
and -was-called to order by hlr. Smith (Chester), in
the absence of the Speaker.
A number of petitions were presented, among
them one by •
Mr. Sbimer; for tbe.passage of a law making it
competent for persons to testify in their own suits:
Messrs. Watson, Qvugley, McManns, Seholield
and Lee presented sixteen petitions from. citizens
of Philadelphia.for the passage of a: law faroring
the rnrning of the city railroad passenger cars on
Snndays. •_ A _. ■ ' . i'
Messrs. Watson, Pancoast, -SatpUin, Smith and
X*ee presented/petltions ior the dismissal of .Frede
rick C. Brightly from Select Council;- 4 ? ; ■-'
/She Military Committee reported negatively on
the bill giving pay tn Casper M; Berry for services
as Brigade Inspector. J, . -
A number of bills were introduced, araongthern
. tbejfollowing: • - ..
Mr. Watson, a supplement to an act for the set-"
tlement Of certain military claims. ■;
Mr. Sutphin,. an act incorporating * railroad,
company, beginning at Saveuth and Morris streets,
tbende along Morris'to Ninth,-thence along Ninth
to Bfdge avonhei thence along Ridge avenue to ;
Mount Vernon, thence along Mount Vernon to
Twentyitbirdi thence on Twenty-third-to 'Coates,
thence along Coatesto Fail-mount Park hnd.Twen.
ty-second street, thence along Twinur-sccond
street to Wallace, thence along Wallacetto Rid -e
avenue, thcneO along Ridge avenuato Spring (jar.
den, thence aloDg;,.Spring Garden, to Seventh,
thence along fee-rent h, arqun.d.FraukUh ti'nd Wash
ington Squares,"to the’placoof‘beginning; :
Mr. Schofield introduced an act allowing the Le-
high Coal and Navigation Company one addition U
year to determine what portion of, their dams they
will reconstrnct. The bill passed. Adjourned. A
; . BOARD OF TRADE. -
S. W. DE COURSES, . i
JAJVIES O. HAND, } Monthly
GEORGE Lv BDZBYj V;; ; ’ ' \ ' v.
Eeportedforthe Philadelphia Evening BuUetin.
, ST. STEPHENS, NB. —csrig E A Bernard, Crow
ell— 1800 hbla calcined plaster. 300 do land do 60,004
laths 14,000 pickets GaBkiU& Galvin.. • .
” SAIEIHG DAYS OF STEAMSHIPS.”
... TO ARRIVE.
SHU’S YEOH POE ; E>ATSI
Adriatic....... ;..Galway.«Boston 1
Viiginia.. Liverp6ol...New York.„....."Feb. 2'
C,ofManchester.Liverp6oL~New Y0rk:.,...-Feb.' 8
Kamin6nia..Southftinpton...New York.... Feb.'. 9
Saxonia ..... Southampton...NewYork.........Feb. io
Africa Liverpool. .New .York • Feb.,l3
Asia..... ....Liverpool..Boston Feb. 13
PennBvlvania....Liverpool...New Y'ork l*Vi). id
Bremen..’. Soutbampton...New York Feb. 17
Canada LiverpooU.Boston Feb. 20
Bavariß Southampton. .New York Feb. 24
AustralsBian«...liiver))o York.;.....V.Feb. 27
! , TO DEFART.
Arabia ....Boston...Liverpool..; Feb. 17
Oof Washington..N York.. Liverp001....... Feb. 17
8e110na........ New York. -L0nd0n......... Feb. IS
Belloria .New York . London ..Feb: 18
Morning’Star..New York.. Ha vafi a&N. 0... Feb2o
Bavaria.,.. . .New York. .Hamburg....... Feb. 20
R0an0ke.,.... .New York. .Havana... ...... Feb. 20
Adriatic.,,;,. ..New York.. Galway,. Feb. 21
China New York.. Liverpool Feb. 24
Gov. Bayley.....New York... Nassau, NP-.i...Feb, 2i
C of Manchester..N.York.,Liverpool......>Feb.*37
Corsica -New York.vHavana, &c.......tFcb. 29
•. LETTER BAGS
* dV.TMB BtUCTANTS'EXOEANGS, PHII/AOSLTRIA
Ship Tuscarora, Dunlevy Liverpool, Feb. 25
, Schr Henry Nutt, 8aker...........;..-Porfc Spain, soon
POET 0y PHILADELPHIA. EEBEUAHY ,16
Ir> .Hi-ss 663 | SVB 617 |-g)qß ~W>-rK8,,830
! ,-ABBIYED. YESXEBSA.Y “
Schr Packet, Trotiax, 1 day from' Lelp3ic, Del.
With comto Jae Ii Bewley Sc-Go. . -
' Schr Georgiaima, Pretty man, 1 day from Lewes,
Bel. with corn to Jaa L Bewley & Co.
Schr Oakes -Ames, Smith,, from "Washington, in
bsllaßt to Cantajn. .',/■ i ;> ■.■.i-'.-i;
Schr Aid, Bunker, from Baltimore, in ballast to
BA Sout'.cr ft Co.
CLEABED YESTEBDAY. -
Bark Eoanoke (Br) r Cooksey, Laguayra, DiUett &
Biig Anna D Torrey, Griffin,Sagua,- J E Bazley&Co
Schr Albert, Staoy.NewOrleans,. D S Stetson 8c Oo
Schr Lizzie Maul, Frambes, Port Boyal, TylericOo,
Schr Spray, Adams, Key West, ' do
Schr Jas Magee, Lynch, Piney Point, - do
Srt:r HCt Ely, McAllister, Alexandria, " do
Schr Active, Esher, Boston, Blakiston, Graff & Co
Schr Diamond, Brown, NewLomlon, L Kothermel.
St’r J S Shriver, Dennis, Baltimore, A O roveß, Jr,
Steamship Fairbanks, Mershon, hence at N.York
Steamship Continental, Marshman, at New Or
leans jib inet. froln'Brazoa Santiago..
Steamship Geo Washington, Gager, from New
York, at New Orleans 7th inst.. _ -
Ship Win Chamberlain, Carver, from New York
for San Francisco, sailed from "Valparaiso 10th ult.
Ship Otis Norcross, Emerson, cleared at San
Frsi\cisco EOth ult. for Callao.
Ship Emerald Isle, Scott, eleared at New York
yeste)day for San Francisco, •
Ship Ocean Borer, Wilcomb, from Calcutta lor
Beston, went to sea Bom Saugor 18th Dec,
Ship Cromwell, Crocker, From Calcutta for Bos
ton, went to eeafrom Saugor 19th Dec. •:■. :
Bark Lucy Frances, Ferry, cleared at New York
yeßterday for this port, '
Bark Kancagua (Br), sailed from Valparaiso Sd
ult. for Iquique, to load nitrate for this port.
Bark Champion, Tracey, hence, reported below
Eosion on Eiday, was hot insight on Saturday.
Bark Brothers, Means, at Matanzas 9th instant
from Brownsville. '
Bark Harrlft'Stevenß, Corbett, Aom Key West,
at Portland ISth inat.
Bark Zingarella(Br), Stevenß, Cleared at N York
yesterday for Vera Cruz. '"
Bark Alondamin, Crowell, sailed from Baltimore
ISth mat. for Bio Janeiro and a market. ' - -
Brig Becsta (Hamh), Benninga, from Foochow
lith Srpt. and Hong.Kbng, 19th, at New York yea
tei day, tvith teas; . . _
Brig "Draha, Coombs, sailed from Messina 19th
ult. for this port.
Brig Argo (Br), for this port, sailed from Messina
19th ult. ■
Brig Sarah Crowell, Crowell, heaes at Halifax,
ith inat ■ •
Brig Neva (Br), Smith, sailed from Matanzas 9th
in.t, for thiil port. " :
Brig Nantasket, Bay, from Boston) at Bemedlos,
fth Inst for this port.
Brig leonaid Myers, Mundy, hence for New Or
leans, was spoken in lat 33 40, lon 73 S3—no date.
BiigGeo Burnham, Thornton) hence at Boston
13th inst. "' J "
Brig H Hallock, Jordan, Cleared at Boston 13th
inst. for New Orleans.
Schr John S Lee, Corson; at New York yesterday
. Schr Althea, Godfrey, i£ days from New Orleans*
at New York yesterday,with sugar and molasses.
Schts Eliza 'Williams, Taylor; Trade Wind, Cor
fob; Alert, Yates, hence, and Lammot Dupont,
Orson, from at New York yesterday.
Schr S V W Simmons,' Godfrey, sailed from Pro
vidence latkinßt.-forthisport. - -
Schr.Tbbmaa Borden, Wrightington, sailed from
Bristol 13th inst. for this port.
Schr-Samuel Colt, Hilliard, cleared at New York
yesterday for this port,; .; .i.
Schr Dtt A Bich, Hardy, hence at Boston 13 th Inst.
SchrsEH Atwood, Bich,-and Mary Stewart,
Smith, henco at Boston 14th inst,
Schr W I." Montague, barren, lailed from Fall
liiver 13th inst. for this port. ' ' ,
~ Barii L D Carver, hence for Pensacola, wrecked
: C n Palmer’s Beach, belonged toH B Brockman &
Co, of New York. v_> ■■ - ■■■ ..i- ' : •}' r■■ '•
.. CITY OBDINIANCB.
CLERK’S OFFICE COMMON COUNCIL—
: Philabixthia, February 5, 18S4 _,
In accordance with a resolution adopted by the
Common Council of the City of Philadelphia, on
THURSDAY the4th hast, theanneiced bill entitled
“An Otdiname to Authorize an Additional Loan
to aid the Enlistment of Volunteers, ” is hereby
published for public information.
Clerk of Common Council.
An ordinance . to authorize an ad-
DITIONAEEOAN TO AID THE ENLIST
MENT OF VOLUNTEERS. "
i Section 1. The Select and Common Councils of
the City of Philadelohra, do ordain: That the
May or he an d he is hereby authorized to borrow on
the creditor the city from time to." time, as may be
required by the City Treasurer, such sums of
money as may be required to aid the.enlistment of
Votnnteera for the servlceof the United States,,not
exceeding in the whole the shut of Two Million,
Dollars, for which interest, not to
exceed at —the rate of six per tent,
per annum, shall he paid half-yearly, .on
the first days.of July and January, at the office of
the City Tieasurer. The principal of said loan
shall he pay able andpaidattheexplrationof thirty
years from the date Of the same, and not before
without the consent of holders thereof, and cer
tificates therefor, in the nsnal form ef sheh certifl.
-cates of City Loans, shall be issuedinsuchamount
as the lenders may require, bnt not for any frac-,
tional part of one hundred- dollars, for ixequired
in amounts of fivaTmUdreflor. one thousand dol
lars, and it rballbe expressed in said certificates
toe said lean therein mentioned, and the interest
thereof are pay able.freefrom all taxes.
-Peo. 2. Whenever any; loan- shall be made-hit,
viltaehereof, "there shall be, 1 -by force 1 of thf? draf- ’
nance, annually approprlateiont of too income of
the corporate estates, and from the" sum raised by
‘taxation, a sum sufficient to pay the Interest on
saia certificates;.and the further sum of three.,
tenths of onepjrpr cent: on the par value of such
certificates SO issued"Shan be" appropriated quar
. terly, out of the income and taxes, to a sinking
fund, which fund drid its accumulation are hereby
specifically pledged for the redemption and pay
ment of said certificates;: : ' .
Authorizing the-Clerk to pubLishthe Ordinance.
That the Clerk of Common Council be
authorized to publish in tyro cKwy newspajers.of
this City, daily for fohr weeks, the Ordinance pre
sented to Common" Council at a stated meeting
thereof, held on the 4th day of February,.l364, en
titled “An Ordinance'to Authorize an Additional
Loan to aidtbe Enlistment of Volunteers,” and
toe said Clerk, at the stated meeting of Councils,
.next after toe expiration, of four weeks from the
said public ation, shall p resent to Councils one ol
each uf said newspapers for every. day in which
the sapae f hall have been" made. fes'-4w4 -
1 G?TOR MISLAID—A CERTIFI CATE OF
FiyE shares OF THE STOCK of the
LOGAN-LAND ASSOCIATION" issued in the"
name of Robert Ruist. Notice is hereby’given
. that application has, been made for the issue Oi a"
• jcls-at* . ROBERT BUIST.'
LOST-A CERTIFICATE of. 5 per Cent.: Loan
; of,State.of Pennsylvania, for 5318 05. dated '
, March 12 to, 1330, N0.,754, in named WILLIAM
MEREDITH. ' Also, a Certificate of 5 per Cant."
-Losn.of State of Rennsy lvnnitvfnr the sum of sitXV
ated 'J-iine JOth, 1345, No. ;H52, in name' of ELL
K. PRICE, Administrator of Willliun Meredith,
, in Trust. "AppHcatioii ha? beenmado to the-Audli.
tor-Generalfor a'rohewal of said Certificates.. ;
- •*-' 1 ELT K-. "PRICE, J '''
le9-3m§ No 811 Arch street.
kfENINGI BOLLETIN: PHILAmLPSFA, & Y FEBBTOEY I t g^'4
fIiHE SHEKIFF IS DIRBCTED TO PUB
LISH IHE FOLI.OWiNO:
SHERIFF’S OFFICE, Piulada., Fcd. 8, Idoi.
State of PenvshlvaviOf
‘ Ctfy and County of.Phil-adeljiKitt **•
. Tfie Cornmbnweaiui <>T Pennsylv'tinia co
} iiirULi i Aunßexj Hai rodon GiSterlingand Anna
M. Sit-riing, bis wife, Albert Hackman,
and Buckmiic, bis wife, Algernon Sboe
mak* r-aud-^nsaa-C. hl ?; \vf‘«*, Miry
C. R- x, Wiiliam Feiirnfo and-bumie Peur.)sPi
wife, Ueorge Rex. and Jacob L. Rex.„EU«ibetli
Rex, George H. Bergen, jr., an l R.aie -.Bergen, lus
wife George T. Harvey and Mary Harvey, bis
vrifi 1 ; .Tobn L.'Dul-Oib'inul Rmily DilbO ! s, bis 1 wife,
L-vi Rex, Jobu Rex and Freciericx Rex,, by his
puarcian DanielH;'MulvUny, Georgroß. Grali.un
ami J.izzte Gruliam. bis wife, Mary Itockafeliovv,
Sutan Snyder, bis wife, SamuelFryail'd Auti Fry,-
Us wife, David Sbalinirc:and Elizabeth Sbelmire,
his wiftt, Rex’Peters and Frank Peters, who have
fo: ; tbeir guardian. David Shtlmire/S imuelComli',
Emma Oomly'andFrank Comly,\vhob:tve for t.ieir
gu:>rrii u Edwaid Armstrong, .Toshiia Comly aud
Kate Comiy, bis wife, Charles Hcebnor and Mary
L. Hetbutr, bis wife, Peter Sides; Harry
who has for bis guardian Peter Sides, Robert
Cressweli, Elizabeth Gresswell and Jobii Cress
well, vvbo have for their guardian Robert Orcss
.welJ, JTo biia Y. Jones arid Catharine'Jones, bis
Wife, Mary Peters, Kate Peters, Emma pr-ters and
\Villiam Peters, who are minors and bave-riognar
diari. We command you, that you persorially be
and appear before the Judges of our Gourt of Gom
mr.o P.eas, for the City and county of Philadel
phia, at a <tourt to bo hoicen atPhfiadelpbia, in
and lor. said City and county, on the firstMooriay
ot March next’, to answer to a Bill of Complaint
exhibited agairistytou in' our seid. Pourt, .by Albert
: Biicl man and Algernon.„jSbo?miker^ : Executors
of Ithelast \Viil arid Testament ot G?orge Rex,
Cr-risod, Charier liecbner, Franklin Deriveiler,
S'limiel ,H. Austin and. John M. Hildeburri, andt
do lurtber and toTeceive. what oar said Court sbal
hive considered, in-th's behalf. And this you ar*
not to omit under the.-penalty of, four hundred
■ -- V _ - .
Witness the Honorable Oswald Thompson.
"President of, our. S said Copxt at th*
thhtieth day of jariuary; in the year of our Lord
one thousand eight hundred and sixty-four,
i T. O. WEBB, pro Prothono'ary.
MEifo'ffANPirifi—The’ Defendants * are to ei.te
tbeirtappearance in the su’te in ProthonotarY*
Office,:on or before the day at which tbo writ i
rivurriable : otherwise the Bill may be taken pr
c ovfesso. T. O- WEBB,
' feg-tuSt" pro-Prothonotary.
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On Stores, Dwelling Houses, &c.
• ASSETS OF THE COMPANY.
United Statea 5 cent. Loan ,S9f,OCC 0C
• 75,000 ** 6 per ct Loin 5-20 S 75,000 0G
' 20,bed ** “ : li 22,000 WI
50, p00 7 3-10 pr CtTr Nts 53,250 0C
100,000 StaidofFfemta. 5 percent Loan ic0.397.»
54.000 • Qpercent «* 5T,680 tX;
Philadelphia City 6 per ct Loan 127,52 i? or;
. 30,j(00 State of Tennessee 5 per ct Loan OO
Pennsylvania Railroad first
morigage 6*per .cent, bonds... 22,300
dO,OOO Pennsylvania Railroad second
j mortgage 6-per cent.bonds.. - 53,350
15,000 300 shares stock Germantown
Gas Company, principal and .=
interest guarantied by the city
of Philadelphia....*..*...—. . 15,000
5,000100 shares Stock Pennsylvania ’ -
5,006 lOOfihares Stock North Penh
'jpylvdnia Railroad 3,650
** “fleates jsfind&bteaness..':;;.w 2i;t2o
J 23,700 Loans oa.Bonds and Mort- -
> gage, amply secured;.,...., 123,700*
f 791, 750 par. cost, 8766,737 12—market
▼nine 705,200 50
Real 36,363 35
Bills Receivable forint nrances
- mans 107,947 16
zninms on Marins Policies,
accrued interest, and other
debts due the Company...... 23,919 67
Scrip and Stock of sundry In
enrinca and mother Compa- .
nies, 86,803. Estimated value 3,205 00
Cash, on deposit with
United Slates Got.
ernment, subject to
ten days*.call. €BU,ono 00
Caslu in Banin ...... 35,58 b 39.
Cash, in drawer 2CJ £0
Thomas O. Hand, Charles Kelley,
John O. Day is, Robert Burton,
Edmund A.: SoudeT, Samuel E. Stokes,
Theophilus Paulding, J. F. Peuiston,
John B. Penrose,.... .... Henry Sloan, .
James Traquair,- William G. Boulton,
Henry C. Dallett, Jr., Edward Darlington,
James C. Hand, - , H. Jones,Brooke,
William O, Ludwig, James B. MFarland,
Joseph K.' Seal, . Joshua P. Eyre, r
Ur. R. M. Huston, Spencer M’llTalne. -
George G. Leiper, John B. Semple, Pitts’bs
Hugh Craig, A. B. Berger, "
THOMAS 0. HAND, president,
JOHN C. DAVIS, Vice President.
Hxuut LTLnona, Secretary. - [jalG-stath
A NTHKACITE INSURANCE GOMPANY-
Ai CHARTER PERPETUAL.
Ollice, No. 311 Walnut St., aboye Third, Fhila.
‘ Will insure against Loss or Damage by Fire, oh
Buildings, either perpetually or for a limited time,
Household Furniture and Merchandise generally.
- Also—MarineJnsnrance on Vessels, Cargoes and
Freight.- Inland Insurance to all parts of the
:J. R. Blakiston,
Wm. M. Sung, Scerel
THE MANHATTAN LIFE INSURANCE
COMPANY OF NEW YORK,
Accumulation near1y........ ....82,000,C00.
Total Losses Paid.. 850,000.
Dividends made oyer. TOO, 000
PHILADELPHIA BRANCH OFFICE,
• No. Jl9 WALNUT Street,
i JAMES B. OABR, Agent and Attorney. ;
This Company offers superior inducements to
persons desiring to effect an Insurance' upon their
Uves, giving to those who desire the privilege oJ
settling their premiums, annually, semi-annually
or onarterly; 1
The'rates RTe lower than most Companies Offer,
ani^the insured are participators In the profits.
The business of the Company it devoted ezeta
lively to the insnrance of'lives. It is prompt in the
payment of its losses.
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thousand inTaUds-havlns been; adyi sed by their
Physicians to nse herapulinaceß. Those only are
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€<EORGE IK LT»IN, MICHAEL WARTMAN.
T BOLDIN & WARTMAN,
, TOBACCO and O ENERAL.COMISSION
No. North WATER street arid 108 North
fels DELAWARE avenue, Philadelphia.
SECOND NATIONAL BANK OE PHILA
: Cafitai. SUO.utxi, -witatha prfritege of insrcas
ihe iaSSCO.ooO. . . . :
RHAWN, Cashier,late of die Philadelphia Bank.
Nathan Hllles, jLewis Shallcross,
George W- Rnawu, Charles E Krem«r,
idmon B. . Benjaraiu Rowland, Jr.,
Edvrard Ha>es, « (Benjamin H. Bunco a,
-John Cooper.- j, .
The Second National Bank of Philadelphia is
now open at No. 134 Main street, Frankford, for
the transaction of. a General Banking Business
upon the Usual terms.
Collection* upon all accessible points will be
made upon liberal terms. : «
Respectfully, -W- H. BRAWN,
CUKN KXUHANWK BAMK, PEtUDULTHii
Nor-ember 23d,' 1963. . . ..
At tne election fceld 16tn Inst the tollowlnj
Stockholders were, duly elected Directors of tn*
Corn Exchange Bank: , ■ ■
Alexander a. Oattell, John F. Gross,
.Tames Steel. jtJhrisUan j. Hoffman,
Robert ErriM. H. W. Oath«rorood,
William F. Cox, - ; Edmund A. Sooner,
Samuel T. Canbj, iiaarle* E. Wilkie-*
Philip B. Mingle, David VaaderTeeV
ip ... ... VtmderreaJf^
"Jonathan Knight. /
And at thft meeting of the. Board this, day jkliSX
Q. CATTELL, Esq.t vu unanimouslY re-elect*
ed President; and AXjKX. WHIXiUHN* '-Esq.,
Vice resident; and JOHN W._TOiiHEX Casn.
OZO. O. STAHDKAIMB*.' ;J. W.BV MULSH
DIAKBBSIBOE * 00.,
'BANKERS AND EXCHANGE BROKERS,
No. .49 South THIRD street,
STOCKS AND BONDS BOUGHT AND SOLD
Uncurrent Bask Notes and City Warrants bought
atthe lowest rates of discount. ja2-2m
PENNSYLVANIA WORKS—on the DELA
WARE River, below PHILADELPHIA,
CHESTER. Delaware county. Pa.
REANKY, SON A ARCHBOLD,
Engineers and Don Boat Builders,
. Manufacturers of
CONDENSING AND NON-CONDENSING
Don "Vessels of all description, Boilers, Water-
Tanks, Propellers, Ac:, Ac.
f.REANEY, W.B.REANEY, S. ARCHBOLE,
Late of Lata
Bcaney, Neafle A Co., Engineer in Chle*
Penn Works. Phila. fiyltl-tfl, U. S. Nary
Y ANS A WATSON’S ~
No.- 1C South FOURTH street,
P RiXADBLPHIA, PA.
A Igrge variety of FIREPROOF SAFES always
on hand, cheap for cash. myl9-ly
PETER WRIGHT A SONS,
IMPORTERS OF EARTHENWARE,
SHIPPING AND COMMISSIONMEECHANTS
NO. 114 WALNUT STREET,
GAS FIXTURES.—WARNER, MISKEY A
CO.', No. 718 CHESTNUT street, Manufactn-
Ters of Gas Fixtures, Lamps, Ac.,.Ac., would
callitbe attention of the public to tbeir large and
elegant assortment of Gas Chandeliers, Pendants,
Brackets, Ac. They also introduce Gaspipes into
Dwellings and Public Buildings, and attend to
extending, altering and repairing Gas pipes. All
work warranted, 3*30
J, VAUGHAN MERRICK. WM.tt MEKBIOK,
’ JNO. E. COPE.
SOUTHWARK FOUNDRY, FIFTH AN7>
MERRICK A SONS,
ENGINEERS AND MACHINISTS,
Manufacture High and Low Pressnre'trteam En
gines for Land, River and Marine Service:
Boilers, Gasometers, Tanks; Iron Boats, Ao.
Castings of all kinds, either iron or brass.
Iron Frame- ROofs for Gas Works, Workshops
at Railroad Stations. Ac.
.Retorts and Gas Machinery, ef the latest and
most improved construction.
Every description ofPlantation Machinery, such
Sugar, Saw and Grist Mills, Vacuum Pans, Oner
gtesm Trains, Defecators, Filters, Pumping En.
ciTiCBi : ‘&C.
6 Sole Agents for-N. Blllenx’s Patent Sugar Boil-
Ink Apparatus, Nesmyth’s Patent Steam Ham:
mer, and Aeplnwall A Woolsey’ s patent Centri
fugal Sugar Draining Machine. jagl
fjmeis, : dr. SCOTT’S fiW
■WSS&i LIVERY STABLES, yWY
iork-avenne; between Buttonwood and Nome
: ’ : streets, Philadelphia. :
No Horse that can injure 'another -will bo ad:
mittcdi Livery to be paid before a Horse leaves or
is taken aw iy.-. Boarders receive medical attend
ance gratis. Carriages, Wagons aad Saddle Btyrses
to hire. New customers for.these are mostrespect
fnlit requested to bring a reference: Terms mod
crate, bnt cash payments "-r fojo-3inftl
IUVY WEULS.—OWNERS OF PKOi*EK
TY.—-The only place to gat Prlyy 1 Well*
. Cleansed and dlaLnfectedat very lowprices. ; ' KouT&rii' IiaR^EES^UBE,
i-'S- - • of
tn/l-ly Uoldsmilh'eHaU. Uhrary etre t ! AI,KINS, Wand 12 South DelawareATenue.\ia3
J. W. TORREY.
IOLsiiHOT a. emseoß,
ITHEODOEH WRI9HT. fs
AUCTION SAim ’
JAEU£S A. . rBEB3V!:A£i. ! iT AITOTIOPEEBi
' EEAXi IPTaTE SALE, I'EB. 17.
Tbls sale \yill .ificlnge—- r - •
> . • cTui'KS.
-" BOHEMIA f' EIIHKG' FTCOES:
‘ 2 shsiessipf:.. Hob-miiro Kijiir-' CranuiiaT. •
STEtTBEKVILEE _JCJs WanS.‘- KilL-
10 scares Stock Steubenville ana' Indiana Rail
road. V- - :*.• *•..
HS ACRES. MONTGOMERY CO-The vain
ablefarm of 175 acres, with extensive improve
ments, tenant-house and out-bnildinEs Montgo
mery county, iDmiiesfrom Philad. lphin, 10miles
Irom Norristown, a rmies trom two stations ou rtfa
North Penn. Railioud. hale absolute, - by order ol
s tbe Oiphsm*’'Court of Montgomery comity. Es
tate of Peter Wager, dec* d. V
• GRuUFD RENTS—One
of 555 per annum, out of a lot 15th, alcove Parrish
sts; by £-3leet, welFsecnypd* • N
One ol sC f U pernnmim, out ot a lot Ogden st, east
of is’hst r '-'iC ny 50i'eet.' .Weil.secured. ; ' :
' 4 DWELLINGS, COATES bT—Nos. 1329,iai1,
I233tihd 3337 Coates st; each 37 Teet h inches front
by to ft et deep to a4-Teet tlley, of which they have
the privilege. Will be ; sold separately. Si,sDUto
rtmam oa-each house. ' * f
DRJ NKili*> ALLEY—Three story brickhouse
and lot; .14 icet ?% inches by’37 feet deep. Sale
3-»7 N v . 21) ST—Valuable store property 19 feet 2
inches trout, ii 9 feet deep fo an. (rieet a ley leading
into EHreth’s alley, of which, it-has the privilege.
Oiphant’ Coujt bale—hatate of Bankson Toylor,
dec d. • ;
hfcr ELPRjtTB’S AELEY-—A lot of ground and
dwelling.thereon, 26 feet front and 40 fees 1% in.
otep cc ihe’sluean 8 Let alley,-to be
lelt open at least 12 feet high). Orphans’ Court
kale—eaxne Estate. .
P'2 -Ei*(.Er s-T —A -genteel dwelling and lot, 20
by 70£ feet, find u lot ou the rear .51 feet 2 inches
by 33 reel 4 inches. Orpliaus’ Court Sale—Same
Estate. . .
124 RACE ST —Three story brick dwelling and
lot, 15 by ji>}4 ffet deep.' Orphans’Court pale—
Same 1 tt-te.
VALUABLE PI? r PERTY. DRINKER'S
ALJ : E V—a stahb'j with three small houses, and
lot, 87 Joet 3 inches fruiitand 37 f-et 5 inches deep;
Ojpbais’ C<ur£S;Ue—Same Fstate.
GhOl NDRLNT, Sl5O-A well secured irre
deemable lent out of a-jot Ririce avenue and Wal
lace sts,' so by 238 feet. Orphans’ Court Sale—
HANAYUKK PROPERTY— Alot with7stone
and Jrrimr.houses, Main street, )Ylanavn.-k. 115
7 mehes front, M feet deep o-tbe canal, being
f»'K th’fp on the eas-t line. Sa e absolute.
MANAYUNK PROPERTY’—Tae pro/erty ad
joining the above On Mailt street wi hatvro-story
frame bouse thereon; loii ? i>' by 50 f\e? to the caial.
Sale ttbsoli fe. ‘ '
MaNAYUNK. PROPERTY—Aho, 'the pro
perty adjoining the above, with a two story stone
house; Jot2u feet 2 inches front byab jntsU, feel
•dc«p 10 the Ciina). Sale ahsoiu:p.
FIfANKFOitIJ KC)AI> a two-story brick
house and about thro*, quarters of. an. .acre of
land, on Frai Uford Toad. abOTH Atm sU UiO f-ei
f:< nt QndSOO f*et depp to Waterloo st; ?i*uit trees,
i. c., stable,. carii ge hotise, tenant-house, &c.
FCK SALE—?!o,tvii atO-TOAOE
At Private Sale—A mortgage o: $10,090, wdi s*
wtired on property in tb? heart of the city, b’larini
5 p°r having several years to tun.
Y> Y t'C H N B. MYE K f: A t O
**ot 232 and*23, hiAREi-T strft''t,ccrnor t*
LARGE PEREMPTORY SALE OF EURO
PI AN INDIA AND AMERICAN DRY
v¥e-*iil hold a large sale of British, Gasman,
f reach and American Dry Goods, by catalogue,
en FOUR MONTHS’ CREDIT and part for cisfc,
ON THURSDAY MORNING-,FEB. IS,
commercing at precisely 10 o’clock comprising
-.i« packages and lots
« f Brhbh, German, French, India and American.
Dry Gocdsp embracing a lar?e, lull had fresh as
rcnineni Wccier,”** orsiea. Linen, Cotton and Silk
Gccd*-. i©r ci > nnd cofm’ry sales.
. N. B.—Samties ofthesame wni bearrangedfoi
rxamination, with catalogues, early on the morn.
of the ealf, when dealers will And it to their
•Titarest to nTj»»uii .
LARGE POSITIVE SALE OF BOlilE^’HO
AND FOREIGN DRY’ GOODS, CARPETS.
: Ac., Ac.
Inc-ured in cuTsale of Thursday, February IP,
will be found m part the following desirable arti
cles. to be s.tild on lour months, credit and part for
ca>h,"viz— - •• -
. snd bahsbleacfced and brown muslins.
v ’ Mid bales blue drills and flannels.
cases indigo blue tickings and stripes.
cases i rntucky jetins and piratalooiiiag.
casts Piucy and satinets.
tnse* English hero)* cari>ets.
cast* fctjii-r dress foods.
cases silk siriped mohairs-
csmm alpncns aurt coburrs
CLOTHS, CASSI.'IERS, SATINETS, Ac.
1 cb. 58 will bo ssld, about :r’J pieces Frauph
cloUas, casiimorj?, nndtons, toarngs, iinen ducks,
;ti:d drills, Idovs* vt siiogs. sergt-s* Ac.
’ A full asforrmeut lmvn furnishing good*, in
skirling >ii.ot»s, printed aud plain handker
chiefs, woYsu >irirt fro ills, table' cloths and dia
pers- ■ ; .
JuAI?GE SAt/E OF COTTOX HOSIERY,
GLOVES, HOOF SKIRTS, Ac.
Included n< our sale on THURSDAY, Feb 18,-
rml b« Joniulaboil* 31UU. dozen eoUvn hosiery and
• gloves of a cclebraied and favorite retire, in great
-wor-ln the attention 6l ibettade.
-'Alsu,doz-n fancy travelingshirts.
2i:n rtt«2t‘n nest quality hoop skirts.
White goods, spool cotto>>, sewing silks, silk,
ties, pearl buttons, rihmniiie*. hrir brash s, kid
•lure?, eisbruiered. coUais and sleeres, v£at
chains, v*alb ts pipes, Ac.
Alto, a Mock of fancy and. staple drygoods, to
hv sold for cash.
LARGE ATTRACTIVE POSITIVE SPEOIAL
SALE OF SOFT HitTS.
OX FRIDAY MORNING, FEB. 19,
At K 1 o'clock. will V>erereinptorilT-sold by cata
logue, on FOX'R MONTHS’ CREDIT, C»73 cases
ir.ec’s.and keys’ soft including every va
riety ot fbnpr, uualitv, colors aodrt'le, n»ceutlj
manufactured lor spnng sales, to vrhich vre invi’e
.ilie attention of dealers, as the sale vrid be pe
N. B.—Samples vcith catalogues early on the
morning of sale. . ..
MOSES. NATHANS, AUtrnuNEJLJS AM
South east comer SIXTH yn«i RACE Rtresr*
At private sale, upwards of ’JuiO gold and
v*atobc«v at half the usual selling prices. Watch
-makers, dealers and private purchasers will, d*
well by calling at the S- I* cc-rner of SisUi a*k
Race ttreele, M.
AT PRIVATE SALE.
56 Potars’» Philadelphia cases English Paten;
Lever "Watches, of the most appro\«l and bat*
makers; some of them, have live pairs extra jewels,
and vary fine aod high cost movements., If ap
plied for immediately they can be had singly, o;
the lot at sfca eaca. The cases -will wear equal It
solid gold cases.
"AT PRIVATE SALE FOR LESS THAN HAU
- THE USUAL SELLING PRICES.
- .EiliS gold magic case,' hunting case and donbl:
bsfttos? patent-leycr watches, jail jeweler
Arid plain, bi is.- Blest approved au? best makers;
flue gold hunting case anti open v face Geneva pa,
*eht lever —d leplne watches; ladles’ fin* gold
cnafneled diamond watches; fine gold America!
hunting ease, patent lever .watches, of the most
anpioved styles; lice silver hunting case nr.doper
face English' patent lever watches,; of the most
approved and best, makers-, fine silver hnnfint
case American patent lever watches, of the mo«
Sbproved makers; lino silver hunting case and.
open lace Swiss and French patent idver and
•opine watcher; independent second and donblt
iirna lever watches; Buyer qnartler English, Swiss
and French watches; fine gold-plated wntchet:
Peters's patent watches, fine English movements,
and numerous other watches.
Very fine English twist double barrel fowling
pieces, barr and -back - action locks, come very
COSUy ’ MONEY TO LOAN,
m large, or small amounts, on goods of Iverj
description, for anv length of time agreed on
SALES ATTENDED TO,
either at private dwellings; stores, or .elsewher*,
and, wnen- required, two-thirds of the yalhe ol
the goods will be advanced in anticipation of salt.
of goods ol every description solicited for out
Very line sewing machines; several superior.
Hammocks; line gold chains; jewelry of every
description: diamonds, and numerous otheT arti
cles. . •- -■/ _■
Very fine double barrel dues guns; breech lead
ing; 1 carbines; revolving rifles- fine English riflw:
T\RAIN FIFE —Montgomery Terra Cotta
. Price List for 1864.
2 inch pipe per 3 feetrleiigtb cents,
■•' : 3 inch pipe per 3 feet length 3G cents. .
1. 4 inch jnpe per S feet length 48 cents.
. sinch pipe pet3feetlength 60. cents.
•>/■•• * 6 inch pipe per 3 feet length ; 75 cents,.
We- are prepared to furnish stone-ware
pipe, glazed inside and outside» from
midiametor, inlargecr Small
varieties of Traps,-Behdsj and other connections.
Liberal discountl?°qoLLlN ARHOADS, .
;.**> J;::; Mk^trir^.-rblladelphia,,
M SLUMS; AUUTXONEKaa
' Ml Soinh FnnrthL*JTBf , t I .
, tbe assets of the Bantt of
.■ pr'ii bJ lT 13 E o3l P°ostl to the first Tuesday'in.
S STOCKS AND REAL ESTATE
noon 6 tx^a B£ e > TUESDAY, at
: of each property issued eeparatelv. 1
and on . the featijrdaj previous to uach sale uk»-
catalpgnes, In pamphlet form, givingduUdescrlD.
t&~ Particnlcr attention given to sales at private
residences, Ac. v , -
FURNITURE SALES at thb AUCTION
STUBEr LYEBY THDBSDAY .. ?•
EXECUTOB’S.SALE OF STOCKS.'
- - ON- TUESDAY', FEB. -21,
Atli o’cioch noon. at the Exchange by orderof
-5 ebares Pbiladelpbia Bank.
13 shares Corn Eicbange Ilanlr,
ibtia t-s I’.jiiis} ]-\ anlii- Kiuiroad. :
4 tbaresEn'/.:e*on Coal Co.
Satofl-y Ms ok.
HEidTJONAL SALE OF STOCKS.
Alto,, for other-uccouLis— •=’.'••• . - l
- ICO shar.s Girard Lank,
lthfihnres UiiioulVtutt.ci rhsuronco'COi
BEAL,ESTATE SALE F58..21.
Freci'tois’ .Sale-Estate ~f Charles Williams,
tire d-r-vanpAßLn Bcsii-ess stiku-MODERN 1
FOUR-STORY- »RIOK- STORE, No. Sooth
Second st, be - we»-n:Spruce.«Trd Dock sts. . • -
THREE STORY BRICK DWELLING, N 0 .528
i crih Tliirteen»ii st, corner of Brandy Winn st,
I\Yi -SIORY FRAME DWELLING, No. 108
Federal s’. •
VALUABLE FARM, 285 ACRES
nock tewuship, Monroe county,pa*, 15 milts west
-bt Mroudsbusg. r V
Valuauxu Busctesp 4 Stand—FlVE-STORY
IRON -FROJL. BANKING HOUSE sooth
Executor’s peremptory SoIe—BUSINESS LO-' 1
CAIION, N 0.617 PatsyunU South st.
tVALUABLL-FAHM, 372 ACRES Montgomery :
com.t.v. Fa., 20 miit-s from Phi’adeipbia,2*£ mil-a
from GwyDfdd station and I a 4 ' miles • rum North
■ Walts Station “on the North Pennsylvania Rail
A WELL SECURED GROUND RENT OF
S4B a venr. •
.THiEE-STORY BRICK STORE and DWEL
LlN<4, No. 4i4ntrth Frontst.
THREE-STORY BRICK DWELLING,No,,
ICC Kiargaxftta st, west of Fmntst - : v *
BUILDING LOT, Montgomery avenue, 18th.
Bl 11 DING LOT, Vienna st, 3S?h Ward.
e’sSale—VALUa BLETHREE STORY_
FBIC KWA RIHOUSI, 2 5i ,» 251 and;
i:OTth BK OAD st, 95 f-et front 1 lyo feet deep.
PVrer.pfory Sale—TWO-STORY BR’CK .
THREE-STORY BRILK DWELLING, No.
?I7 Ewpi.ih st, s mill ofpgden st. ' *
VAI.UABLE LOT OF GROUND, 40 by 20»
Riehmohd st, KenMh> t. n. - "
NEAT MODERN RESIDENCE, N 0.524 south
.Drib st, betweau liombard anil >outh sts. ' ; ’ *
VALUABLE THKEI-STORY BRICK
DW ELLING, No. 224 north Tenth st, between.
Race aed Vine s*s. 1 v
2 THREE-STORY BRICK DWETLINGS,
Ncs 3537 and 1519 Vine ft; with 7 three story
j rick.dwellimrs in the rear.
THREE STORY BRICK STORE and DWEL
LING, 3525 V in* st, with 3 three-story brick
dwellings in the .ear on P*:ulic. '•"
Ptr mptcn- SaIe—THREE STORY ERICK
and DWtILING, No 1632
: Tf-iue, betv.een Girard st and Girard avenue,
•J’ : h W; rd
Mf BERN DOUBLE BRICK RFSTDENCE,
and •. bout 2>i Acre?, Wyomtng avenue, east of the
Nor h S- com* st*e--t Road.
VALUABLE FARM, about 01 Acres- -East
I’rarrU wine t»»wi ship. Chester countv, Pa.
VALUABLE COUNTRY’ SEAT," JO - a fes.
Bi tnleh* m Yurnpike,; Chestnut Hill, about* one
j south of.’he Chestnut Hill l)et-o*..
LARfi V and VALUABLE RESIDENCE,- No. >
267South4th site t, between Walnut and Spruce
sts».,vr th brick st-ble and cosoh bo»»ie in the rear. ’
THREE-STORY; BRICK DY, r ELLING, No:
172i> Mairice sireer, w©*t of 17th street.
REAL ESTATE SALE, MARCH 1. - . -
'Trustee’s- S»l*»—Estaie of Joseph T. Bailey,
dec’d—ELEGANT BRICK RESIDENOB. with
all rsederti"-ronv«uivirces. No. 133 J CHESTNUT
st,\rrst©f 13th st. oppu ilu the Mint
Same Estate— MODERN FOUR
STORY -BROWN STONE RKSIDENCS;' Noe,
1332 CHESTNUT st, adjoining the aboY* —has all;
the rnotlern conTeuiences.. ■_ ' *;
4 IRRF3»EEMABLE GROUND RENTS
Otpbant’ t'curt Sale—of vY. Patterson,
old IRREDEEMABLE GROUND
RENTS Sue ea* h.
Sate bv ©rc*r of Heirs— 2 cld IRREDEEMABLE
GROUND BINTS, at-IUO each.
SATE OF MIFCEULANEOUF, SCHOOL AND
' 31 EDIIAL BOOK-=. , ' '
Feb. " Tib, at' the aticivil c'tor , ad ss-iortment of
cvlia;.eci.s, school ami nicd.cal books '
c rl a at "Nos. »J*9 anct U 1 south Fourth st.
SIT Eli I OK FURNITURE, ELEGANT
PIANOS, MELODI ON, MIRRORS. FIRE
PROOF safes, bagatelle table,
. FINE VELVET OAR! ETS, Ac.. .Vi
ON THUBSTtAY MORNjNG,
At it o’ * lock, at ihi* auction s or-', snpprtorfurni-
Infe, .hpc. r.t rotev-oed v n.l. t'VC piano by
libarahit & Gabler, A. w \ (rt: o m by Sc bo
laotiier: one by Gilbert A-Co ; mantel mirror; 2
flrevreofs- fey by Hewirg, 11,.0 velvet carp to Arc.
31 o '.Swine and ir Bdv cl tf, giu and Port
v i.ie pipes—s ilabb 1 mr '!ook ;iA ; nr.'.
BY IdUiaac BlitO H a. Sv N-
Auetioneers.and Commission Merchants.
No. 914 CHESTNUT aßiw Ninth,
Sale at No. 914 Chestnut Street.
new and., secondhand household
-FURNITURE, PIANOS, MIRRORS, CAR
ON FRIDAY MORNING.
At lc o'clock, at the auction store. ..No. did'
Chestnut street, will be sold—
A lerg- assortment ut jeonsehol-i fnraUnre' from
. Jamiiira remoring.
Tbomcs Btrcb A Son c.-dl, giro tfteir persotsaj
attealioß to tie sale oi Farnimre at the residence
of those about breaking no hourcireeping or re
moving. Also, hold sales of furniture every
FRIDAY HORNING, at 9 o’clock, at th.tr
ipaeious Waierooms. No. 91C Chestnut strep'
Furness, bkinley a *•>>. v.». cis
CHESTNUT and (iid .T AYNE street
Philip ford a cu., auctioneers.
5i5 Market and S2d Commerce streets.
LARGE POSITIVE'SALE OF 1500 OASES
BOOTS. SHOES. BROGANS, Ac '
ON THURSDAY MORNING, FEB IS.
■Will be sold by catalogue, for easli, comnieneing
at 10 o’clock precisely, 15tH) cases Boots, Shoes,
Brc%aa?, Balmorals, <Ja!'ors, gllpctn, A?., em
bittclbg a priine AiiSHihSat &lgss2!, •litevi fio.a
maiinfactnrere,' adapted to sjfring sales.
S3~ G oods open for examihation with catalogues
early on the morning of the sale. •
RT. HAZEL!, AUCTIONEER.— IMPOif
. TANT POSITIVE SALE OF- OVER
Siu.ttli avor.TH HARDWARE AND CUT
LERY, WEDNESDAY, Feb. 94th,and following
days, until the whole is sold, commencing at 10
o'clock each dav. at'No 3 PLAIT strert, Naw
York, (by order of Messrs. C. W. SCoileraAc-eb.c
who are declining the Hardware branch ia'their
basinets). . The entire sto k of H»T)f and .Shelf
Hardware, Cutlery Ac.. • coaiaiatA-iuJlid-shire^.
comprising a large and general assortment of Uc- ,
sirable gcodsc all of which wi'l positively be soldv
TtrmsAf sale. Cash,-in bankable fnnd3r '
iCntalogues will be'ready on Friday,lBth inst.»
and. can:be liad on application to the auction* era. ■
' :t*-uitte'JOEE & haze Li,,
r>-3 I .lbcrvy. street, NewTortr.; >
GEOSSE A BLACK WELS’ S ENGLISH PICK
LES,'SAUCES, Ac.—loo casks of these cele
brated gooes landing, comtirising Gherkins, Pica
lilli, Chow Chow. Mixdd' Cauliflower,; OnionsJ
Also Spanish Olives, Walnut andilushroom Cat
sup,; Anchovies, Durham Mustard. Also Sauces,
■viz.: Worcestershire,: London Club, Prince-of
Wales, Beading, Harvey, John Bull, Soho, An
chovy, .Lobster, Koval Table, Soy, '&c. Imported
and for sale Ly: JOS. B. BUSBIER& CO., 108
South Wharves.. ' '
US. B. „
. The Universal Spring Bed, easiest, cheap
est and best in use. Hair, l’alm and Hush Ala'-
tresses,.feather Beds. Comfort and Spreads,
. , PIIILBE.OOK & CO. ,/359
- deel-hmo TCo. U Snath Seventh street.
fiTiWH VEAKii >OAJ j j ft veiy superior
S article for DEfIiRSIYE and WASHING
purposes Put up in tin cans of one, flve,. ten and,
nonlute. Liberal discount to the trade.
Sr” /le P by GEOBGE ALKENB, Hi anllS Boutb
Delaware Averne. .te11.., .-
n sporting and all other ..kinds of' Ehgle (Jun-
MWdsr. Gunpowder for blastingand, shipping ;
also, Government Prooi for ordnaccaand military
service; Gann on. Blusitet and EUfle Powder, to. .
»a.'e bv WILLIAM S. JBANT. SIS South Del' r
*'’••■”11;! ; J." 1 - 1 - .
er Brothers it. Oa..‘s Taunton .Yellow Metal
Sheathlng, 'Bolts, NaUs'and Spikes of aU'sire3, to
store andtor saleby. WILLIAM 8 :GI6ANT» .19
"DICKMAN'S UNRIVALLED _vaMTJTLA- ..
Hralde. TTelf Dip, nnrfa. -
T ‘fitf *ai|P by B.