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eyirrlttert,for the Phila.. Evening Butleun.
DT THE RIM EDWARD C. JONES; A. M.
“Notwithstanding in this, rejoice not that th
spirits are subject unto you, but rather rejoice , tc
that your names are Fritten in heaven
Lunn, ch. 10, 20.
The disciples had returned from their
errand of benevolence,and in terms of exul
tation told of the subjugation of evil spirits,
as the pledge that their office was one of
surpassing plower through the imparted grace
of Him who had thus commissioned them to
act. This exultation was obviously mingled
with much of human infirmity, and Jesus
checked its manifestiition. You have be
held indeed.the 'expulsion of demons from
the human frapie, but I beheld the expul
sion of Satan, the Prince of devils, from the
. house of heaven, long before myincarna
tion. Repress then this holy pride at what
you. have done, for after all it was only
achieved by delegated power and not by
your inherent force. Rejoice not exclusively
in the fact that the spirits, are subject unto
and that to feeble and imperfect man is
:imparted the jurisdiction -of the realm: of
Satanic might, but rather triumph in A
nobler privilege, that your names are en
rolled in the registry-of the book of life.
Two blessed privileges: are here said - to be
the portion of the people of God, and. both
are sources of triumph and exultation in a
modified degree, the one that the spirits are
subject unto them, and the other that their
names are written in heiVen: • Of these
'privileges the latter is calculated-to cal
forth the larger amount of rapturous emo
tion. When we speak of the subjugatkon
of evil spirits as a peculiar function of the
priesthood of the gospel, we, of course, do
not convey the idea that any Christian, by
the charms of exorcism, can dispossess the
devil from the occupancy of the heart or
body of any mortal man. That the intrin
sic demoniacal possession of the first century
now exists, is a questionable point,although
the world gives evidence that Satan carries
a high and almost
,unchecked hand in his
hold on the bodies and the affections of
multitudes around us; but as the Prince of
Darkness, and one in revolt from God, we
know that he is poisoning the springs of our
moral action by engendering a series of
feelings and emotions which militate against
truth and holiness, nay, more, which in
volve their utter, annihilation as moving
forces iii our higher intellectual and moral
nature. The spirit of pride, the spirit of
unbelief, the spirit of revenge, the spirit of
sensuality, the spirit of sloth, what are
they all but embodiments of that master
spirit, the devil, who has clothed himself
with all these active principles of malignity
as with a garment,and virtually perpetuates
himself in 'every breast which gives them
abiding entrance, as governing influences of
conduct. These are the spirits which are
subject to the Christians, as in. his own
breast they develop themselves from time to
time against his will. He holds them in
check ere they can assume the habitual
reins of government. He slays them in the
bud as poisonous plants, and keeps his
spirit rid, if not of their encroachment, at
least of their permanent defilement. We
cannot calculate the amount of moral evil
which is thus neutralized in the soul by the
grace and power of the Holy Ghost opera
ting upon the human will, and co-operating
with its own efforts and decisions. Often
Satan comes like lightning to the temple of
the will, to fall like_ lightning from the
throne in the human heart he is anxious to
inhabit. And not only is the sway of the
evil one held in, comparative check within
us as the children of God, but much of evil
is kept back by the presence and frown of
the good which would otherwise be ram
pant. The spirits are in this aspect subject
to the priesthood of the gospel. There is a
restraining influence in the simple look of a
child of God which appears to drive back
from any visible and external show the
blaspliemy and vice which, but for this
spell of magic, would roll their fiery surges
along the coast of life and time all uncurbed
and unchecked and unabated. Virtue in a
household or in .a community will exert an
influence which is like the breakwater to
the flood. R'he evil are awed into a decency
of deportment which would not be apparent
if the spirits of darkness were not subject to
the force of holiness as a repellent power.
Now this ascendency over the spirit o
darkness as it is exhibited in our own self
conquest, and in the power of our influence
on others, is even more than equal to the
olden expulsion of the demon from the
afflicted body of man, by the manifest
agency of the apostle of Christ. And it is a
source of exultation,this first great privilege
of the christian,to go upon the lion and the
adder of Moral evils, and crash out even a
part of the venom they contain. But this
rupture must be mingled with self-distrust,
and we, in trembling, must rejoice. Evil
in ourselves is not always checked, and vice
is not always abashed in the presence of
our, at the best, imperfect goodness. The
spirits are not always subject unto us for
fear our pride would become a perennial
plant. But the second privilege which in
our text is accorded to the Christian is one
which may create a constant exultation,
because it is a more transebndant boon than
is the control of evil spirits. The fact that
our unworthy names are engi ossed on the
- records of heaven, and written in the
Lamb's book pf life, is not this a more
wonderful blessing than would be our per
fected supremacy over Satan and all his
host? The time must come when moral evil
shall cease to be, and therefore when no
necessity exists for its having a repellent
power to check, but the time will never
come when active holiness will be a nonen
tity, and when the soul of the good man in
, brighter spheres will be commissioned to
some engrossing service in the 'realms of
eternal life and endless day, This extended
service is pledged to us if our names are
enrolled on' the archives of the skies. The
emancipated soul in future blessedness
would be ill at ease' without some channel
for its energies, and if its aggressive powers
against evil was its final service, it would
, be a blank existence 'even in heavenly light ;
but the work of the child of God will be as
endless as his existence, and that is coeval
with the life of ChriSt, and parallel with his
throne of love.
I[4''l'-A CERTIFICATE or 5 per Cent. Loan
of State of Pennsylvania, for 8510 05, dated
March 12th, 1830, No. 754, in name of WILLIAM
MEREDITH.- Also; a Certificate of 5 per Cent
Lawn of State of Pennsylvania, for the sum of 8200,
• ated June 30th, 1845, No. 1452, in name of ELI
K. PRICE, Administrator of William Meredith
in Trust. Application has been made M the Audi
tor-General for a renewal of said Certificates.
ELI R. PRICE,
pr„, Fn. Aron stivat
ARLEI.--4,00u busbels of Barley, cargo of
(Ilara arriye, flr by Lt.wity
VINSOB Zs U 0.1332 *math Wllarioc
no t icv - 11eF4INT T #ITI4jO, I 4'I'IN Yfl Cei
EX T R A O T-FROM THE NEW YORE
WORLD, April 1.554-= , s The proposed in
crease ,of duties on Imported Goods, has had a
very extraordinary effect upon the trade of this
city. it has .largely increased the withdrawal of
bonded goods from the Custom House—of coarse,
added to the receipts tor, duties, but the most
marked effect has been shown in retail trade, and
all the large dry goods -and fancy stores have been
thronged; for the last two days, by a number of
eager retail purchasers, and prices hive generally
been marked up twenty. five per cent."
Without re!erence to the course adopted by
others, and prefering an active trade to exorbitant
profits, we are now selling from a large stock of
Desirable Goods, purchased prior to the late ad-
Vance in Exchange or the proposed increase of
duty, at a moderate advance.
- CHEWER ST ODD ART & BROTHER,
Nos: 450, 452 and 454 North SeCond street, - •
ap29.2 § above Willow.
EYEE .LANDELL, 400 ARCH STREET.'
have now arranged for sale, a magnificent
stock of Spring :DRY GOODS, adapted to first.
clips sales. This stock was laid in before the re
tent advance in gold, which enables us to oira
great inducements to the trade.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. -
Black Silks, from $2O to $1 per yard.
Brown' Silks, $7 to $l.
Moire Antiques, from $6 is $2 50.
Ri3h (lhenie and Spring Plaids.
Brown Figured Silks, double face.
India Plaid Wash Silks, Si. ' - • .
100 pieces Summer SillrF, $1 a yard.
SUMMER DRESS GOODS.
French Orrandies, new styles.
60 pieces Goat's hair Glaclass.
Tan Colored Challies and Delaines.
Fine,BlackChallies and Bombazines.
(}odd Grenadines and Foulards.
SHAWLS AND MANTLES.
ondon style Shawls, open Centres.
. Tamartine Ordered Shawls. . -
Sea-shore Barege Shawls.
Black Shawls, full stock.
TOURIST DRESS GOODS.
French Crape Pongees. •
Summer Poplins, for salts.
Tan. Pearl and Mode' atohairs.
Full stock StaplEi Goods.
Gauze Merino Vests,
Ft r Ladies.
Gauze Merino Vests,
. Gauze Merino Vests and Bodies,
. . ' For Cilhildrizn
English and German Hosiery,
All sizes, full assortment.
iIIOALAS SIMPSON'S SONS,'
W:2 and 024 Pine street
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES AND VE
JAMES & LEE, invite the attention of their
friends and others to their larg4 and well assorted
Spring mad Summer stock, comprising in part
COATING GOODS. —Super [Mali 'French
ClottslSuper Colored French Cloths; Black French
Flabh. Cloth; Colored, do. ; Casmaretts, all , colors
and qua: ity; Silk-mixed Summer Cloths; T weeds,
all shades and qualities.
PANTALOON STUFFS. —Black French Doe.
skinsl , Black French Cashmeres , Beaserteens, &c.
VEsTINGS.—Fancy Silk Ves'ings, Figured
Marseilles and Cashmeres. Fancy White Marseilles,
Plain do.: Black Satin Vesting's, dec.
SAKES & LEE, No. it N. Second Street,
apH Sign of the Golden Lamb.
BLACK SILKS, BLACK SILKS.
110 ADVANCE IN PRICES.
We are still selling our BLACK SILKS at the
same prices as we did early in the saason,notwith.
e landing the recent advances.
MANTLE SILKS, ALL WIDTHS.
Plain Silk!, all colcrs, SI 30 to 85 73.
Fancy Silks, 81 t 0 to 5t2 50.
Rich, Heavy, Handsome, Fancy Silksis 2 SI to
Rich (Mane Silks, at S 2 67, worth S 3 50.
'' ar53.25„ '' st 00;
'I es at 81 75, 's 55511. 1
• • at 'SS 75, '' 87 00.
10 Pieces Small PLAID SILKS, at Si 25, worth
H. STEEL IL - SON,"
NOS- 713 and 715,
North Tenth street
702 vlrailsoßri - iA g alt 7.I,LKS:
702 yards Grenadines and Bareges.
702 yards Fine Dress Goods. •
7V2 yards Chintz and Cislico.
702 yards Cloths and Cassirneres.
Hr.:pairs Stotkings and Gloves.
702 ARCH Street. JOHN H. STOKES.
DJANTLES AND CLOAKS' OF UNUSUAL
Taffeta Mantles and Sadques.
Plain and richly.trimmed Mantles.
Chesterfields, in Silkand Cloth.
Short Sacques, of handsome Cloths.
French Cloth Cloaks.
MANTLES. MADE TO ORDER. ..
SpririgShawis, in light Colors.
Summer Shawls, of good quality.
One lot desirable Summer Shawls, 5..n3 00. •
Black Thibet Square Shawls, Era 00 to S 7 00:
- COOPER tz CONAltb,
strill S. E. corner Ninth and. Market streets.
LINEN ..BDVERTISEMENT.—S. ALI T.T.r g rtr
00.—Etarea for Linen Goode exelaslitely.
8'29 ARCM and 32 Sent h SECOND street.
IRISH SBIRTING LINENS. -et, good strati,
Irish Lineni ai r 94 cents; Heavy Golden Flax Line
from 58 cents up.
SHIRT BOSOMS. —We continue to pay par
uctikkr akiention . to' this department. Ladles wiL
find at our Stores the most extensive stock o!
Bosoms, Wristbands and Collars In the city.
T ABLE LINEN S. —A lot Di' extra- heaTy power.
loom Damask. halt bleached, at 75 certte:per
CHEAP 'NAPKINS. —An excellent article dt
per dozen. S. TAILLIKE& ft CO.,-
Linen Importers and Dealers,
mh3J eits Arch street. and 34 S. Ssmnsi street
EDWIN HALL & CO., NO. 26 S. SECONL
street, have now open the best stock of Dress
Goods they ever had the pleasure of offering to theft
Silk Warp Taffetas.
Plain, Stripe and Plaid Poplins.
Mouslin de Essolas, a new fabric.
Plaids, Stripes and Plain Valencias.
Plaid and Stripe Mohairs.
13.autiful shades fine Alpacas.
Snperior,Black Alpacas. •
Striped and Figured French (Jhintz.
Figured Percales and Cambrics.
Plain Lawns and. Plain Percales.
Percales and Pique Robes.
Dress Goods ' in great variety, of all the nal,
Fabrics that have appeared in this country this
year, some styles of which have been of our ow=
MHE MANHATTAN LIFE. INSURANOIN
COMPANY OF NEW YORK,
A.ccinunlation nearly S 2, 000, 000
Total Losses Paid 850, 000.
Dividends made over • 700, 000.
PHILADELPHIA . BRANCH OFFICE,
No. 419 WALNUT Street,
J AMES B. CARR, Agent and. Attorney.
This Company offers superior inducements to
persons desiring to effect an insurance upon their
lives,- giving. to those whh desire the privilege of
settling their premiums, annually, semi. annually
The rates are lower than 'most Companies offer.
anti the insured are participators in the profits;
The business of the Company is devoted :ft,slu•
sisely to the insurance of lives. It is prompt in fba
payment of its losses.
Any information upon the subject will be cheer.
fully given by the AGENT, together with all no
Cessary Books and Tables upon the subject.
LOCAL 'BOARD OF REFERENCE.
Rt. Rev. Alonzo Potter. Been & Coates.
D. D. Thos. Robins, Esq.
Rt. Rev. W.B. Stevens. Clem. Tingley, Esq.
D. D. ' A. W. Little, Esq.
Hon. John M. Butler. Henry Simons, 'Esq.
'Alfred Jenks & Son. Alfred Day, Esq..
S. V. Merrick & Sous, Jacob D. Belt, Esq.
Rith. Garsed to Bro. Watson Malone, Esq.
T. 'B. Peterson & Bro. George Glib:34k, Esq.
. Thinsworth, Eakens & Thos. B. Beek, Esq.
Naylor. -• Adam Warthman, - Esq
Boswell & Wilson. J. A. McAllister, Esq
Walton & Yost. J. Warner Erwin, Esq
E & J. F. Orne.
hl.' D.; Wm. Gardener,
A,NTIIRACITE INSURANCE COMPANY—
Office, No. 311 Walnut St., above Third, Phila.
Will insure against Loss or Damage by. Fire,
Buildings, either perpetually or for a limited time,
Household Furniture and Merchandise generally.
Also—Marine 11113111'8.11C0 on Vessels, Cargoes and
Freight. Inland Insurance to all _parts Of the
, . DIRECTORS: .
Wm. Esher. Davis Pearsim,
D. ,Luther, Pter =
Lewis Audereid, J. e E. 'BSieger,
J. R. Elakiston, ' Wm. F. Dean,
Jos. Idastield, John Ketcham,
WEL ESHER, President.
WM. F. DEAN, Vios-Prssidext.
Wm. M. Surril. Soeretary iata2
CITY FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.—
Branch office 409 WALNUT street. east,
Capital and Assets, - $330, 500.
JOSEPH TILLINGHAS T, Agent.
Refer by:pertaisaion to •
E. C. SCRANTON, President Elm City Bank,
New Haven, Conn.-
M. BEEBE & oston, Mass.
alorric LINEN CO., iyamPANY, New
raty , y
J. B. LlPrifillUTT ac. go., Biliadelplals:
E15,..-T. M. Drysdale
M. D.; J. Si Knorr, M
Litir ET N 0F.4
eiELARTER - , , PERZETUAL
:FIRE - INSURANCE COMPANY
ON JANUARY 1; 1864.
CAPITAL, - - - - - $400,000
ACCRUED SURPLUS, - = 971,000
INVESTED PREMIUMS, - - - - 1,086,283
• xriisralyn CLAIN% , 119002 CE POE 1864.
,416. , $300,000.
LOSS PAID SINCE 1629,
PERPETUAL AND TEMPORARY romorEs
- Charles N. Rancher, Isaac Lea,
Tobias Wagner, Edward C. Dale, '
Samuel Grant, - George Riles,
Jacob R. Smith, Alfred Finer
George W. Richards, Fras. W. Lewis, M. D.
CHARLES N. AMMER, President.
' . EDWARD C. DALE, Vice-President.
S.A.a.W.McAtiusrEs. Sec. Pro. Tem.., rahl2tde%
LIFE INSURANCE AND TRUST COMPAN I
- LJ —THE GIRARD LIFE INSURANCE, AN
Hurry andTRUST COMPANY, of I'ldladelptda
OFFICE, "No. 408 CHESTNUT Street,
-•. ' '
Capital, $3OO, 000--paid in ;and invested in. Bondi
Contnue to make Insurance on Lives, grant Au,
unities and Endowments and make "e. ontradts gene
rally, which depend on the contingencies °tare.
They act as Executois, Administratars,,Assigness.
Receivers,Committee of Lnnatici, Guardians m
Minors an Trustees generally, whether committed
to their charge by individuals, Courts of Justice of
They give a participation of Profits to the in .
gored for life.
Thomas Ridgway, John A. Brown,
Robert Pearsall, ; John E. Latimer,
John R. Slack, _ John O. Mitchel,
ThomesP. -James, Seth J. Comfy,
Frederick Brown, lsaaeStarr,
George Taben, Stacy B. Barcroft,
Henry G. Freeman, Wm. P. Jenks,
Marnoar, Exar,urnirus. -431c0. Emerson, M. D.
and Samuel Chamberlains, M.D., attend at th
office daily at l•t o' clock noon. '
Pamphlets containing tables of rates and earls,
nation of terms of application, and farther info! .
matlon can be had at the office.
THOMAS RIDGWAY, President.
Jon it F. Jtaran. Actuary. fell
E(SURANCE.COMPANY OF .NORTB
a ary.RICA. —MARINE, FIRF, AND IN
ND TRANSPORTATION INSURANCE.-
Office, No. 232 WA.LNDT street, 'South side,
East of Third street.l _
The Properties of th C
is ompany are well In.
vested and furnish an available fend for the ample
Indemnity of all persons who desire to be pro.
MARINE RISKS taken on Vessels, Freights
INLAND TRANSPORTATION RISES on
Merchandise per Railroads. Canals and Steamboat-
~RI's.SS on Xerchattim, Furniture tuld
Buildings in City and County.
INCORPORATED IN 179.1-CAPITAL WO, eel
AND PAW IN AND SECURELY /N..
VESTED. TOTAL PROPETIES,
()HARTER. • .
Arthur U. Coffin, _James N. Makings
Samuel W. Jones, S. Morris Wain,
John A. Brown,, John Mason:
Charles Taylor, George L. 'Harrison,
Ambrose 'White, Francis 8.. Cope,
Richard D. Wood, Edward H. Trotter,
William Welsh, E. S. Clarke,
William E. !Bowen, ' William Cummings.
• T. Charieton Henry.
ARTHUR O. COFFIN, President
, 011aalme PLATT. Secretary.
PHO;NIX MUTUA_IwIESURANCE 00M
PANT OF .PEELLPHIA.
NO. 22i WALNUT street, oppoidta the Ex.
. In addition to MARINE and INLAND IN
SURANCE, this Company Insures from 10S3
damage by FIRE, on liberal terms, on buildings
merchandise, furniture kc., for limited periods,
and permanently on buildings, by deposit 01
The Company bas been In active operation fot
losses ri be e nTY TEARS,;dnring whlch all
have promptly adjusted and paid.-
L. Clark Wharton,
Lawrence Lewis, Jr.,
IA B. McHenry,
John L. Hodge,
151. B. Illithony,
John T. Lewis,
Job R. Wilmer,
William S. Grant,
Robert W. Lemming,
JOHN R. VT(.I
Seituni. WILCOX, Seer
g FEBS ON FIRE INSURANCE con.
g) PANY OF PHILADELPHIA. --Office North.
oast corner of THIRD and 'Rirrrox - wooi
4 , zeets (late Tammany).
Incorporated bv the Legislature of Pennsylva
ala. CHARTER PERPETHA,L. Capital e.ntkorisec
by law, Sloo,Ooo. Make Insurance .against Los ,
or Damage by Fire of Public or Private Build
lugs, Furniture, -Stocks of Goods and. Morahan.
dlse, on Zayorable terms.
George Erety,!Henry Clinker
August O. Miller, !Christopher B. Miller.
John F. Belsterling,!Frederick Stas.ko,
Henry Trooinner, !Jonas Bowman,
William McDaniel, iFrederick Doll.
Jocob Jacob &handler,
George Hintz, Jr.,
GEORGE ERETY, President.
JOHN F. Prr STERLING, Vice President.
Patt.rp E. COMMIX. Secretary. an-ti
F AME INSURANCE COMPANY
NO. 406 CHESTNUT STREET,
FIRE AND INLAND INSURANCE.
DIRE 6 (I TORR.
FTanCis N. Buck, J llO . W. Elrerreltni
Charles Richardson, Robert B.Potter,
Henry Lewis, an o. Hessler, Jr.,
0. W. Davis, E. D. Woodruff,
P. S. Justice, Chas. Stokes,
Geo. A. West, i Jos. D. Ellis.
FRANCIS N. BUCK, President.
CHAS. RICHARDSON, Vice President.
W.I. Bt. Axon Attu. Secretary
A mERIOAN FIRE INSURANCE 001d
INOORpORATED 1910. —OHAATER PERSio
WALNUT Street, above THIRD Street,
ruirr , ADELPHIA.
Having a large paid up CAPITAL STOOK atm
SURPLUS invested In sound and available Sem-
Mies, continue to Insure on Dwellings, 'Stores,
urnitme, Merchandise, Vessels in port, and their
Cargoes, and other personal property. All Lows
liberally and promptly adjusted.
Thomas It. Maria, John T. Lewis,
Sohn Welsh, James R. Campbell,
Samuel 0. Norton, Edmund a: Entilh,
Patrick Brady, Charles W. Poultasy;
TDIOIIL9S R. MARIS, President.
14. OnAwYortn. Secretary. Tara.
BIERMAN Drumm.. INSITRANOS 00M
PANT—Office Farquhar u No , annt - street. MARINE' AND lIMAND
SUBANCIES. —Risks tallow on vessels, cargoes
and freights to all parts of the world, and on goods
an inland transportation on rivers, canala, rail
roads and. other conveyancea thionghont the
PETER CULLEN, Vice President.
EL B. STARRY, Secretary. • .
William Oral DIRECTORS.
g • Henry C. Ballet,
Peter Cullen, William T. Lowber,
John Dellett, J. Johnson 'Brown,
Wines H. Merrick, Samuel 'A. Ralon, -
DallettL Mason Hutchins,
Benjamin W. Richards, Henry L. Elder
Pearson Serrill, Charles Ooiund)'
- • • • William M. Baird.
Fq RE INSURANCE EXCLITSTVELI—TaR
PENNSYLVANIA FIRE INsugiusrog
COMPANY—lncorporated 1825—obarter pe.al,—No . 510 WAW(UT - Street, epp ob i t , fri e .
This Company, favorably known to the commu
alty for nearly forty Yeares continues to insure
against loss or damage by ilre, On Public or Private
suildb4s, either permanently or fora limited Urns.
Also, on Furniture, Stocks of Goods mid Merchan
dise generally, on liberal terms.
Their CaPttel, together with a large Surplus
Fimd is: inireSted in the me et earethi manner,
vritich enables them to olftir to the insured an on,
loabted security in the case of loss.
DIRECTORS. • •
Jonathan Patterson, . Daniel Smith, Jr.,
Alexander Benson,_ Sohn Devereux,
Isaacßaziehurat, Illiomas Smith.
Thomas Robins RenrY Lewis,
OYATR NPATTEPSON. 1..
pre 3 tu ld . ,
F a / a t O. 01WWigiaip SegtatArr:
1 - .P0'...1:A SA:nil? OA APEAT: 311, 18t3 , .. 3 ..---TRTPLE SII EET.
11 , 1ST;RANCI;
JE1.A177 - -ARE MUTUAL SAFETY 'RSV
Incorporated by the Legislature of Pennsylvania,
1235. OFFICE—S. E. Corner ‘ THlßD and WAls-
NUT Streets; Philadelphia.
ON VESSE I I:I N
CARGO, To all parts of the world.
On Goods, by River, Omni, Lake and Land Car.
riage, to all parts of-the Union.
•, FIRE INSURANCES •
On Merchandise generally,
On Stores, Dwelling Houses, Ice.
ASSETS OF' THE COMPANY.
• - Novsmuma 1, 1863
two, 000 United States 5 per cent Loan 507, e 69 ee
- 75,000 . 6 6 per et Loan 5-20 e 75,000 ee
26,000 " " " 1881. 22,000 00
50,000 7 3-10 pr et Tr Nts 53,250 no
100,000 State of Penna. 5 per cent Loan 100,997 50
51,000 " g per cent 57,880 06
123,050 Philadelphia City 6 per ct Loan 127,5" A, 00
30; 000 State of Tennessess per et Loan 15,000 00
98,000 Pennsylvania Railroad first -
mortgage 6-per cent. bonds.. 22,300
60,000 Pennsylvania 'Railroad second
• mortgage 6-per cent. bonds.. 63,250
L 5,000 300 Shares stock Germantown '
Gas Company, principal and
interest guarantied by, the city
of Philadelphia ls,oBo
• 6 600 100 shares Stock Penimylvania
6,000 100 shares Stock North' Perm
sylvania Railroad Company 2,058
91,000 United States Treseury Certi
ficates of indebtedness . 21,120
123,700 Loans on Bonds and Non
gage, amply secured 123,700
9791,750 par. c05t.576e..737 12—market ' •
value 7.01.00 50
Real Eetate _ _ _ 36.353.35
-Bills Receivable forlnsuranees
Balances due at Agencies—pre.
•minors on Marine Policies,
accrued interest, and other
debts due the Company 28,212 87
Scrip and Stock of sundry. In
surance and other Compa-
ides, 85,803. Estimated value 3,205 DI
Quih, on deposit with .
United States Gov
ernment, subject to
ten days' call E:80,000 Oa
Cash, in. Banks di , sb3 39
Cash, in:drawer 200 E 0
rtt tuls '..Hand, Charles Kelley,
5 a tr.fil.- :2 4 1;ns, Robert Burton,
Dim A. Souder, Samuel E. Stokes,
Theofariog Paulding, J. F. Peniston,
.Tolin R. renrose, Henry Sloan,
James Trauma ir, William G. Bonito%
Henry 0. Hallett, Jr., Edward Darlington,
James C. Hand. H. Jonas Brooke,
William C. Ludwig, James B. ld• Fariand,
Joseph R. Seal, Joshua P. Eyre,
-Dr. R.M. Huston, Spencer Al'lltraine,
George G. Leiper, John B.E 4 emple,Pittebg
Hugh Craig. • A. B. Berger, "
THOMAS 0. HAND, President,
JOHN 0. DAVIS, Vice President.
REMIT "lir.t.nunii, Secretary. fjal6-stub
T HE HELIANta• •INSURAN OE COMPANY
incorporated In 1611. Charter Perpetual
OFFICE No. EO6 WALNUT Street.
Insures Aran:lst loss or damage by FIRE,
HOUSES, STORES AND OTHER BUILDINGS;
pereetnah and on FURNITURE;
.IfX.IDS, WARES. and MERCHANDISE.
• - apppAL Woo, 000. ASSETS $387, 211 86.
Invested In the following seen:titles, Tie
'first Mortgage on City Property, well
secured - 11106,900 el
:..rnited States Government Loans 110,000 es
?Inladelphia City 6 per cent. Loans.... 50,00 e 00
. 3onimonwealth of Pennsylvania 6 per -
cent ta, 000,003 Loan / 8 2 0 00 00
'ennsylvania Railroad Ist and 2d Mort- _
gage Loans 35,000 00
* - sracien and aanboy Railroad Com
pany's 6 per cent. Loan 0,000 MI
:Itiladelphia -mid Reading Railroad
Company's 6 per amt. Loan 5,000 00
anntingdon and Broad Top Railroad 7
per cent. La. ns 4,560 -00
Jommercial Bank of Perin's. Stock. 10,000 00
Yfechanics' Bank Stock. 4000 Oil
ounty Fire Itusamnce Company's -
Stock 1.050 es
rnion Mutual Insurance Company's
Stock 380 00
zialiance lasesance Company of Phila
delphia Stock . ... .... 2•500 00
Loans on Collsterals, well secured..... 2.250 00
eiccrced Interest.— -5, sce (a
Cash in bank and on hand 16,587 86
Worth at present market value 15333,661 36
Clem Mittel', • Ben - W. Tingley,
Thompson, Robert Tolskus4
Samuel Bisphtun, Wma. Stevenson*
Robert Steep, Hampton L. Game s
William Musser, 141ar,l all Rill,
Ctarles Leland,, T. Johnson Blown,
Trio's. C. BILL. &Trot
THE COUNTY FIRE INSUIIaNOE 00X
OFFICE DlO.llO SOUTH FOURTHSTREET,
"The Fire Insurance Company of the County of
Philadelphia. Incorporated by the Legislature
Of Penns, lvtuaitt in 1.%* for indemnity egainet
loss or damaxe by ft re, exclusively.
This old and reliable institution, with ample
„apital and contingent fund carefully invested,
continues to insure buildings, furniture, inerchan
dise, ho., either permanently or for a limited
time, against loss or damage by fire, at the lowest
rates consistent with the absolute safety of its
Losses adjusted and paid with all possiblo do
Charles J. Sutter, lEd win L. Reakit,
Henry Orilly, John Horn,
R:. bt.V. MAZeey, Jr., Joseph MOOre
iieLry Budd, George Necks,
Andrew H. Miller, James N. Stone.
CHARLES J. SUTTEE,. President
BBITJAmtar F. Hosontar. Sec' y and Treasurer
earl . Incorporated .March 2'7, In).
E-• A. OFFICE, No. 34 N. FIFTH street
Insure BUILDINGS, HousEsokr,
FURNITURE and MERCHANDISE
generally, from Lose by Fire, (in the
o • biladelphia only. )
Statement of the Assets of the Association, Jana-.
ary 1, 1564.
Bonds and Mortgages on Property in the
City of Philadelphia only 6697,261 32
arond Rents. 26,806 64
Real -Estate, (Office, Fifth and North
streets. )...% 14,396 13
11. S. Gov. 5-20, Bonds - 45,000 00
Deposit with YJ.S.Assistant Treasurer. 21,000 00
Cash on hand - 25,629 67
GEORGE W. TRYON, President
w - m. H. Hamilton, Jos. R. Lyndall i
John Solider, Levi P. Coats,
Peter A. Keyser, Samuel Spitrhawt,
John Philbia, Charles P. Bower.
John (Jarrow, ' Samuel Scattergood.
Geo. I. Young', Jesse Lightfoot. ,
.0,1,5 - wir.T.T Ant T. BUTT.PR Secretary,
STOVES, HEATERS, .3;O.
GGLD'S IMPROVED, STEAM -
For. Warming and Ventilating Public Buildings
and Private ResidenCes.
Manufactured by the
UNION STEAM AND WATER-HEATING
OODIF'ANY OF PHILADELPHIA.
41 South FOURTH Str e et.
B. M. FELTWELL, Sup'
ryiIIOMAS S. DIXON, - •
- Late Andrews 4c Dixon, -
Ito. 1324 CHESTNUT street, Philadslpltth,
• Opposite United Stites Mut,
AND OTEMII GRATRS,
for Anthracite, 131tandriOns ands;cod
WARM R FURNAOES, •
For Warming public and te building*,
COOKING RANGES."BATH ' I I3OILEII3, ac.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. uy4
lIYFBNT'S RETREA,T. _
IYIEIRA, DELAWARE 00. PA..
AIRS. SAMUEL EDWARDS, Principal. This
Institution, providing a refined home and the teia.
derest care and culture- for Children from three
tt: seven years of age, will be opened on Wednes
day,"APßFL 13. Media Is 13 miles from Phila
delphia by , Itailroad... For particulars spicily 'to
Rev.. S. Edwards, Media, _Pa, References :
Bishop Potter; Bishop , Stevens, and the SOB
copal of the City i also to 'Ahrlibaul.
Martini - Esq, 2e17-Z-0.1
107, 947 la
c€ 9,4.% as
11&"7. 211 $
.sry. - jsi-f m w-lyi
• 4 STEAM WEEKLY TO T,'
( pork Har PO r) ). . L—,T'
hu w hn - g k now QU m E meSrTe OfW
Liverpool, New York and Philadelphia Steamship
Company are intended to sail as follows:
0/T1 OF BALTIMORE Saturday, April 30
EDINBURGH. Saturday, May 7 .
CITY OF WASHINGTON .. Saturday, May 14
And every succeeding Saturday at Noon, trim
Pler 44 north River.
RATES OF PASSAGE:
PA.YABLZ I 8 BOLD ON ITS aqinvALarr IN OTIR.
let Cabin. =WY. SBO Steerage.. ....WS 00
let Cabin to London. 85 Do. to London 34 00
lst Cabin to Paris.... 95 Do. to Parts .. 40 00
Ist Cabin to Hamburg 90 Do. to Hamburg 37 08
Passengers also forwarded to Havre, Bremen,
Rotterdam; Antwerp, 2co. at equally low rates.
PARES traox LIVERPOOL on Qtrasamerowst.
First Cabin, 875, 885, 8105. Steerage from Liver.
pool and Queenstown, 835. Those who wish IC
rend for their , friends can. buy tickets here at these
FOr-tarther , information, apply at,' , itte Comps,
ay' s Offices. JOHN• DALE, Agent,
ap2s ill Walnut street, Philadelphia.
' BOSTON AND PHILADELPHIA
strv: A I wHIP LINB--Sailin from
on , Saturday— S From first wharf g
street, Philadelphia, and Long wharf, Boston, on
Saturday, May 7,113%,
The steamship SAXON, Matthews, master, will
sail frotn Philadelphia on Saturday, May 7th, at
10 /1:: rd., and steamship NORMAN, Baker,
master, from Boston on Saturday, May 7th, at 4
These , new and substantial Steamships form e
regular line, sailing from each port punctually as
Inenrartce - at , one-half the premium charged by.
Freigl4t taker at fair rates.
Shippers are requested to send slip receipts AU
Hills of lading with their goods.
For freight or passage, naTutg gine accommode.
dons, apply to HENRY WINSOR CO.,
SV South Delaware hymns.
FOB : NEW YORK. —DESPATOB
and SWIFT-SURE LINES--Via Dela,
ware- and Raritan Canal.—The steamers of thew
lines are leaving daily at 12 o' clock, HS., and
o' clock, P. M., from third Pier above Walnut et
For freight, which will be taken on aCCOMMO
tisthig terms, apply to . WILLIAM X. BAIRD a
CO., 132 South Delaware avenue.
E2 .. 0R BX--14
NEW. YOevr Daly Lins
via Delaware and Raritan (;anal—
-11 tolelphia and New York Express Etearalnat
- Dorapany will receive freight and leave daily at
delivering - their cargoes In Raw York the
rreight taken at reasonable rates.
- • - - WELLIABI P. CLYDE, Al=
14 South Wharves, - P
JAMES HAND, Agent
• 4.f Piers 14 tied 15 East Elver, N. T.
FOR HARTFORD, Conn. —Direct.
he Philadelphia Stearn Propeller Com
e stearder .MAR:. 4 , Grumley, mister, now
- at the senor d wharf above Marlyn street.
as of freight, apply on board or to WM. M.
CO., Agents, 13.2 South-Wharves. ap?t
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
COTMNIAN'S CALIFORNIA taws.
SAILING- REGULARLY AS ADVERTISED
Freight for this_Liss sent ti? New York via Swill
Sure Line at reduced rates.
The splenf id extreme clipper,
Is now rapidly , loaing at pier 11, Bast River.
dit. t. This little clipper is new and built at
Newbnryport expressly for the California
aua na trade.- Shippers will please examine
this vessel and send. their goods down at ence.
:he 'will only carry about 1,300 tons, and will be
dispatched in a very few days. For balance of
freight, apply to BISHOP, SON & 430.,
11- 105 Arch street, above Front.
tOFOR SAN FRANCISCO, CaL —Direct
fromPhiladelphia—The !est sailing clipper
OLD HICKORY, Charles. Callaghan, com
mander. (late of the clipper ship Sturm King),
is, now loading at Cattelrs wharf, above Diarke,
street, and having the bulk or her cargo eagagedt
will have quick dispatch. Shippers will please
hurry their goods alongside, as this vessel will
have quick dispatch, Apply to WORIMIAN ft
CO.. la Walnut street. spilt if
FOR LIVERPOOL—The first class Neu
tral ship THE .ORiIIGS, G. R- Baker,
matta...ter having a large portion of her cargo en
gaged, 'will soon. For balance of freight, ap
plylo PETER WRIGHT & SONS, 115 Walnut
COFOR LIVEI3POOL.—‘2Stb instant—The
first class Neutral packet stop E 'SPIRE
LN, R. G. Horan, master, baring iter cargc
engaged, will sail as above. PETER WRIGHT
tg EONS. 115 Walnut street ap9-13'
FOR ANT WEL. P. —'lllre At British bark
O. A. JONES. Franci., master, now Isad
lug petroleum at Wil'Oxv stmt .wharf, has ne
three-fourths of her cargo -enzaged, wttl have
quick dispatch. For balance of ft eis ht, apply to
E. A. SOURER 1c CO-, Dock street Wharf. vt...61.
riftFOß HAVRE—Petroleum—The Bremen
bark PATIIANF, Osterloh, master, is now
oaring petroleum oil. for the above port can take
The bulk of live hundred barrels, if applied for at
once. Apply to WORKIIAN .k CO., *23 Walnut
FOR BOSTON—Exprese Line—The , fins
packet schr. QUEEN OF THE SOUTH
'orlon, master, is nom receiving freight at Ken,
nedy's "wharf, above Arch street, and will sail
with dispatch. For 'freight. apply to DAVID
COOPER, IS North' Wharves. sp`2l
IaFOR BOSTON—Express Line—the Am
packet schooner CARRIE M. RICH, Brier.
master, is now receiving freight at the second
wharf above Raoe street, and will sail for
the above p6rt with prompt dispatch. For freight,
apply to DAVID COOPER. IS North Wharves.
' FOR FREIGHT OR CHARTER.—Br,
ship Birrmab, Beckwith, master, 7t6 tons
regieter; Br. bark Maria, %Main, master, 6 .50,1
bbls. capacity; Br. bark Isabnla Jevrett, Hopkirk,
master, 6.t00 bbla. capacity; Br. bark U A. Jones,
Francis, master, bbls. capacity; bark Jen
nie Pitts, Haskell. master, 7,000 bbls. capacity;
13r. bark Irma, Russell, master, 2 200 bbls. caps
city; brig J. W. Spencer, Spencer. master. 3,610
bbis.capacit:T. For terms. apply to E A. SOUL) ER
tc 00., Doek etreet wharf: - ap2l
FOR SALE—The rdedford-built, white
oak, copper fastened British bark SHER
=D, 447 tons register, carries 760 tons, EDO litids
or 6 Coo bbls.. L•t4 feet long, .23i feet beam, lis ft
deptb of hold, bas been recall:Liked and put in com-
Ott. , order, spars, rigging and sails in perfezr.
order. For terms, apply to J.E. BAZLEY & CO.
122 South Wharves. ap27.5t
JOIIN SHIND.LER •n. SONS, SAIL
RS, No. 244 North WARVEA belOe
me street, Philadelphia.
.5.11 work done In the beat manner and on the
,owest and most inTorable term, and warranter
giTe perfect astleactieu. M 111541
Particular attention given to repairing.
GON SIGH EES' N OTIOE. —British shay RE
CPA-ELT, Wilber, master, from Liver
pool, is now discharging under general order si
Shippen street wharf. Consignees will
tend to the reception of their goods. PETRY:
WRIGHT 115 Walnut street. ap:l3-tf
NOTIOE.—AII persons are 'hereby cautioned
against trusting any of the crew of the British
ship RECOVERY, Wilber, master, from layer
pool, as no debts of their contracting will be paid
by captain or consignees. PETER WRIGHT &
SONS.. 115 Walnut street ap2 Ltzt
MISS M. A. &AKER,
1316 CHESTNUT street,
./10 has opened a
large assortment of
the Spring and Summer of 1564. spl2-4m*
te, North EIGHTH street,
. has opened
SPRING AND SUMMER MILLINERY,
14) OPENING.-MRS. S. A. LINGLE, No.
734 SPRING GARDEN St.,
will open on
THURSDAY, April 7th, a! handsome as
sortment of Spring idILLINERY; also a choice
assortment of Children's Bats, trimmed in the
salsa Parisian styles, being' of quite a new de.
lign. Bleaching; pressing and Dyeing carefully
site .. ad to. t ap2.2mo§
0.13.41.(J 00 A_ Sr,
1.1. A good assortment constantly in Store and
.tortd,--at lowest rates for cash. -
STEPHEN FUGUET, Importer,
roh2-3mot. • . . No.. 216 S. Front pt.reet..
ToliAcco.-27-hbds.sbipplng Tobacco received
, to. day. Percale by BOLiDIN dc.WANTMAN,
No. 105 . N. -Water street. . ap26
• • • b I al 0 0.
19 Cases Pennsylvania Sea Leaf Wrappers and
Firers, in store and for sale by GEORGE
SiN'S do CO., 154 North DELAWARE Ave
nue. _ mhl7
HAVANA. lIJIGARS.-3000 Cigar?, re
-I.l.c,erced per Brig .Marie Louise, mid for snle by
GEORGE ALEIN'S & 00., 151 North DELA ,
VTIRGI SI NCE
NIA. BIANUFAOTED TOBA UIJO—
V. THE FIRST ARRIVAL SINCE THE WAR
BROKE OUT. —:l5 .boxes enpe,rlor sweet tamps
'Orsi received from , Diorfolk, now lending from
4clitioner Florence, a.ndlor seae by
THOMAS WEBSTER, In., •
liteuera , Lk:cr_t `7,teTrilshi.r (70Tfiral , T.
-14, Nap, Wipers avenue.
VIVI OVAL.-Dr. R. J. LEV . IS has returned to
No. 1104 AROH Street. ap27-let*
1311., 'WILSON & BRO.—REAL ESTATE
1.1. AGENTS and BROKERS'. 429 WALNUT
Street. Money carefully invested Real. Estate
bought, sold and exchange& -- Interest on Ground
Rents, Mortgages and. HOUSE. Rent.; -promptly
JAMLS m. .SCO VE.L,
• Attorney at Law
Blaster. and Elm:abler
. In Chancery. •
• 113 PLUM street,'
ap7.lm* Camden. N. J..
BAFFA & SMITH,
GENERAL COMMISSION 'MERCHANT , 4
SOB . THE BALE OP
FLOUR, GRAIN, MILL FEED, SEEDS,
No. 121 North WATER st., Phila. [aps-itais
No. 109 Boats THIRD street,
ECIOND NATIONAL BANK OF PHILA.
CAPITAL $lOO, 000, with the privilege of increaa.
trig to *SOO, 000.
• NATHAN ELlLLES,President; WILLIAM H.
BRAWN, Cashier, late of the Philadelphia Bank.
Nathan Hilles, ; Lewis Shalleross,
George W. Rhawn, Charles E. Bremer .
Simon R. Snyder, _ - Benjamin Rowland:Jr.,
Edward Hayes, ' • Benjamin H. Deacon,
The Second National Bank of Philadelphia hi
now open at No. 134 Maui street, Frankfoi d, for
the transaction of a Getters! Banking Billainen
npon the usual terms.
Collections upon all, accessible points will b
made upon liberal terms. .
EORGE ROLLIN, MICHAEL. -WA.RTM-c N
EOLDIN ACWART MAN.
TOBACCO and 'nENERA_L ()OMISSION
No. 1(5 North WATER street • and 106 North
tels DELAWARE avenue, Philadelphia.
T, YAKS alc WATSON'§
.- _ •
o. 15 South FOUTE. erreot,
A Igrge variety of FIREPROOF SAFES aIWAVI
Coll hand, cheap for cash M.V19.1y
J, —- - -
r, VAUGHAN MERRICE, Whi.
JNO. E. COPE. •
011 TH W ARK FOUND A, FIFTH .arD
RIERRICK Ie SONS, •
ENGINEERS AND MACIIINISTS
Manufacture Viet and Low Pressure Steam Es
. gines for Laid. River and Marine Serricr,.
Rollers, Gasometers, - Tanks. Iron 13wits.
Castings at all kindß, either iron or bras.
- Iron Frame Roofs for, Gas Works, Workanor
at_RaiLroad Stations, &a.- •
ReWrts and GEO 3ria.closiery, of the istev. sat
m:..st Improved construction.- -
Every description of Plantation D.lacto nery, stick
Sugar, Saw and Grist - 711ns, Vac:num Pans, r'-r,_•-m
steam Trains, Defecators, Filters. Pumping u
gines,. km. ' •
Sole Agents for N. Billenx's Patent Sugar 8011.
Lug Apparatus-, Neamyth's Patent. Steam. Ham
mer, and Aspinwall &Woolsey's Patent Centri
fugal Stigar Draining Machine., - - ja.t3
GAS FIXTI 3 I3IES.—WABREB, iILISKEY &
CO. ' No. 715 CHESTNUT street, Ata.nutactn
rens of Gas Fixtures,Lamps,'&c: , &c., would
call the attention of th e 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. Ali
work warranted • • WWI
PENNSYLVANIA WORKS—on the DELA
WAR-Rai ver, below PHILADELPHIA,
CHESTER„ Delaware county, Pa.
REXNEY, SON te. ARCHBOLD,
Engineers and iron Boat Builders,
CONDENSING AND NON-UONDLNSI - S9
iron Vessels of all description, Boilers, Water.
Tanks, Propellers, Zee.
T.REANEY, W. 13- REAIiMY, S. AECHBODDI
Late of • • Lab
Ileaney, Neste Co.,c - Engineertfhist
Penn Works. Phila. fiyl,3-tf U. R. Navy
REAL ESTATE.—THOMAS sSOPS' PRI
VATE SALE REGISTER.
IRSTfuLASS CHESTNUT STREET PRO
PERTY, No. Pa% between. Tvvelth and Thirteenth
ttreets, 76 feet - front, 235 ,feet in depth to Sansone
st. On the Chestnut street front is a large and ele
gant mansion--on SLIIISOM street a stable and coach
Louse. • - -
Splendid Mansion, with Stable, Green House
and Large Lot, 210 feet front, Southwest Corner of
Broad and Poplar - sta. One of the most elegant
residences In the city. and offered at tke price, in
chiding the splendid improvements, asked for
vacant Acts in that vicinity.
First- class STORE, CHESTNUT st, between
6th and 9th sts.
Elegant Brown-stone '.e.- - -idence, Stable and
Coach House, No. 1911 WALNUT st
Handsome Brown-stone Residence, No. 0:22
Valuable Residence, S. E. corner Tenth and
Store and Dwelling, No. 216 south od st.
IRON FRONT BANKING HOUSE, Third st,
above Walnut, opposite the Exchange
Valuable EDO CRING and SAW MILLS,
Modern Dwelling. Burlington, N. J.
Large Boarding-house, Beverley, N. J
Modern Dwelling. No. 237 north iutha.
Modern Dwelling. No. Zhq norm 9th st.
One also No. r:35 north 9th st.
Very Valuable property, Chestnut st, east of
Valuable Store, .Nos. 239 and 241. north 31 st.
Brick Store, No. 5 north Water st, and No. 3
North Delaware avenue. -
Large and. Valuable Lot, over 11 acres, Passy ant'
road, let Ward. See lithographic plan.
Large and Valuable Lot, fronting on Eleventh,
Twelfth and Thirteenth sts, First Ward. See
lithographic plan. -
Large and Valuable Building Lot, Arch st, west
of Third st.
CHESTNUT ST—First-class Business Stand,
between Second and Third sts.
VALUABLE • RESIDENCE and Large Lot,
corner Eighth and Spruce sts.
Genteel Dwelling, 927 Spruce st
Large and Valuable Lot, 21,ti acres, Old Second
Street Road, First Ward.
Modern Residence, No. 202 Franklin at.
Residence, No. 1634 Walnut st
Large and Valuable Lot, Vine street, river
Schuylkill and St. David's st.
Country bite, 30 acres. School House lane.
Superior Residence, East Washington Lane,
so acres, Chelten Hills.
50 acres, Chnre n road and Willow Grove ev
40 acres. Chestnut Hill.
Valuable Farm and Mills, known as e,Shell
Four-story Brick Store, corner Sixth and Cal
Business Property, 4th below Walnut st.
7 Stores, Hotel, hall, Stable, S. W. corner
6th and Spring Garden sts.
Valuable Farm and Country Seat, 225 acres,
Brandywine, Delaware comity. •
Valuable Residence, No. 246 south Eighth st.
Handsome Residence. No. 1702 Summer ea
rge and valuable ARCH STREET LOT, east
of Twentieth street, 105 by: 150 feet.
Superior Farm and Country Seat, Lai-imam
Turnpike, and near the-General Wayne Station,
93 rcres, with good buildings.
Elegant Mansion and Large Lot, Harvey street,
Elegant Modem Residence, Stable and Large
Lot, 310 feet front, N. W. - corner of Forty-flrst and
Valuable Farm, 110 acres,'-with excellent im
provements, - Bucks county; Pa;
Modern Residence, No. 1346 Chestnut et.
Residence, - 1911 Walnut en
Neat Modern. Residence, Mil N. Elevinth street.
Valuable -Residence,.-Main st., Germantown,
with coach hoUse, garden, dtc. Lot 140 by a 1.4 ft. '
Valuable Country Seat, 29 acres, Waelungton
lane, near the township line, Germantown.
0 Neat Country Place, Green street, Germantown 3
Valuable Business Stand, Chestnut street, ewes
Modern Residence, No. 206 South Fourth street
Five -story Stone Store, No. 5 31 Marketstreet,
Fonr-stoxy brick store, cornerLetitia:a.nd Chest-
Neat Modern Dwelling, No. 304 South ,Twelfth
Elegant brown stone ResiclencetNeoms Locust
Valuable FARM and Country Seat, kiln acme, on
the river Delaware, near Andalusia. .
VALUABLE FARM, 1.30 . acres, Mchitgomery
county_ Fa., on the State road.
'amber. o small Dwellings,
In all parts of the city.
Re.ndsame ..FARa and .COUXTILY SEAT, 15
acres one-mile from Chestnut Hill. ,
lid' further /ist, see 'Private' Ba l e Register, a
at Auction - Rootnr; comprising every- I'm-Wye Real
Rstate. SONS, Anctioneen;4
sea tvi'f:t. ' I%lllnd-141 goint Fnnyth stremn:
UKMAN's --iiNkLEV NA.
PINCE Wigs ma • Toupees,Ladies .l . o 4g Haig
Hrilf cull.. lards. k , 7.
D 3 g"thl texaci ,10. sou rmini estreet::.
W. H. RAN 4
- H 0