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PROCEEDINGS OP GENERAL CONFEREN,I2.
THE N. E. _CHURCH. -
• SECOND DAY.
Attfrnaon Session.—Conference reassembled at 3
Rey: Dr. Peck, of California, Conducted the de
votional services. -
Bishop Scott took the chair; t journal of the morn •
-in g was read and approved. _
MaSonraoy , il the appointment of a corn-.
mittee on public
.worship, which was passed. Po
the information of auy who rno.y have bushiest ,
with .this committee, we would state that the Rev
Bartine, 681 North Eleventh street,' Rev. Dr.
Casll6; Rev. Dr.' Moore, Taster of Union Church,
and RSV. R. R...Pattison, of St George's Church,
are'members to whom application may be made.
e•A:*mmittee of seven on the celebration
American Pilethodi:m was - ordered.
A petition. was presented front Southern Illinois,
in ieference to District Conferences-
A,petition, of snider character, fro n Michigan,
wasquesented by Rev./Dr. Siner.
4 One' irtun New England, in favor Of eitending
the term"of Ministerial service, was presented.and
Resolutions •of the- Northwest Indiana Con
-ferencie, . presented bY ..,Rev. Dr. Goode, in.
11 printing the Hs inn Book in raised letters,
for the blind„were referred. to the Committee on,
Book' Concern. . • ,
Various .otber . Petitions and 'resolutions upon a
variety 'of subjects, were presented -and appro
priately referred., "
AMotion wa% paser'd Unit qt.'s 80 - diZt of Btshos
be respectfully requested to inVite the venerable
Rey.. Dr-,Elliot and. Rev. Dr. George Peck to
seatnpcin the platforin.
Much of the session was occupied in the - organ.
ization .of the standing committees: This was be':
.gan by each Committee retiring, electing their
Chairman and Beliretary, and then •returning
• the Conierenderecure.
Thelollowing are the reports made: ,
Comitaree cti Episcopacy:;Rev. Dr. Trimble„
President; Rev. Dr. Eddy, Rook River, , ,
Secretary.' - , ,
M. Reid, ofGenesee,:
Pr; sident; Rey. A. Nelson, Central Ohio,
On,Boundaricst-This Committee had the privi,'
lege Of organizing -and reporting-in the morning: -
An appeal was resented.from Rev. William
Wilroptcof Califon:tit/Conference, 'and referred. 3 ,
An appeal-from Henry P. Johns,--expelled from.
Troy Confermee, was presented and referred....
Much time was occupied in minormatters„ after
which tde Conference adjourned-At 5%"..!c10ck,
with the Benedictionfrom Rev. Dr. Patterson..
NEW 'ARTILLERY ORGANIZATION
/IARRIBIII7I3II, May 3. —Hon. J. P. Glass, Tana
ber of the Legislature from Allegheny county,
organizing a new artillery regiment of twelve corp
panies; each company consisting (4 , 5 - officers and
147 non-commis'ioned officers and privates. The
regiment will be known as the "Moorehead"
Heavy Artillery, - in honor of the - member of Con
gress from ,the. Pittsburgh Histrict-V-The head
quarters are at Harrisburg, where persons desiring
authority to recruit may address Colonel Glass.
Twelve recruiting offices have already been estab
lished in•the State.- 7
FROM NEW HAVEN.
Naw HAvsx, May 3.—Private Joan McOarthy,
a recruit of the Twelfth Connecticut Volunteers,
was shot dead at half-past nine o' clock this morn
ing, while attempting - to desert frton the Conscript
Camp at Grape Vine Point. -
The brig Elizabeth, of Bangor, laden with coal
and bound to Boston, went ashore on Shark's
Reef, off Bradford, on Monday night. Her crew
were taken frcitn the rigging, where theyhad
mained for twelve hours, by a boat's crow from
Fair Haven.' The bfig washuneteen years old, and
was valued at $17,000. She will probably prove
a total loss.
FROM SAN FAANCISNO
SAN Fuexoreco, May 3. —The shiMaolden Fleece
has been chartered - fo load for Boston. T
The Gould and'CAry Mining 'Conapany had de
clared a dividend of - 5125 per - foot. The Savage
Company liaa also declared a dividend of Si - 0 per'
Two millions dollars in treasury notes have been
received herewithin ten days.'
The markets are without animation. Flour,
wheat and barley are higher.
lOBTAT O WB.
Reported for the Philadelphia Evening Brdlettn. •
BOTTER.DAIII.r-Brig Sitene, liermsna—unpipits
gin 1 case g ordials , eo Zeigler; casks zinc 50
es zinc 25 maks - zinc nails IsTathaixTretter & Co; 6
bales seeds H A Dreer; 51 cs mdse Chas Lennig; 15
cs wine A Stephani k Co; 2 cs cologne water Henry
Bohlen & Co; 5 casks dye stuff Henry Karsten; 6
casks wine Carl Schnell; 16 ca mdse Geo Doll & Co;
24 es do Walter Berghauser & Co. 25 pipes 40 casks
brimstone 6 do corkwood 50 bales rags 25 casks olive
oil 200 bags sumac-30 cs liquorice 833 boxes lemons
4200 do oranges Isaac Jeanes & Co.
ton . 0! PRELADNLPHIA.
Risss,6 04 I SUN 'Mirth 8 66 i HIGH W1TZ16.12 4
Schr Western Star, Crowell, 6 clays from Port
Royal, in ballast to Baker aclFolsoss,„
Sehr Bela Peck, Avery, 4 days from New York.
with mdee to D Cooper.
,Norman, I,day_from Lewes,DeL
with corn.te.aasi LBewley 4s, Co.
Schr Chesapeake; 'Morris; days from Seafoid,
Del. with lumber to J W Boson.
Sala New Jersey, Morria, from Providence, in
ba S ila eh: Bloc
Schr Daniel Webstet, Perry, from New York.
Sahr Panthea, Laney, from New York.
Schr (J Heft, Shoe, from New York.
Schr Anita Damon, Torry, from. New York.
Schr Tyrone, Perry, from New Haven.
Schr 0 Grant, Preesy, from New-Raven.
Schr Crisis, Rose, from Newport.
Schr Fleetwood. Johnson, from -Bristol Ferry.
Schr Reindeer, Irvin, from Gloucester.
Steamer laninallunn, Burton, 24 hours from New
York, with mdse to W Clyde. _ -- -
Steamer Vulcan, Morrison, 24 'hours from Now
York, with mdse to W lit Baird
- • - - •
Steamer L•Wallace,. Wallace, 24 hours from New
York, with mdse to W P Clyde.
• CLEARED YESTERDAY.
Brig Cuba (Br), Pierce, Matanzas, Workman Sr. Ca:
Brig Ada B (Br),Gould,Olenfuegos. 0 C Van Horn 4
Brig Centaur, Kilton, 805t0n,•.7 E B tzley,Sr• C 0... -
Brig Alamo.; Steele, Bostbn, Hammett, Van Buten;
& Lochman. • Schr J B Austin,Davis, Boston, Noble,CaldwellkOei
Schr „J Lancaster, Williams, Boston, W H Johns..,.
Schr T J Hill, Whelden, Providence, Hunter Norton
& Co. '
Sehr Crisis, Rose, Providence. Bl akiaton,Gra fr.koo.
Behr S S Lee, Somers, -Dbrehester Point, do -
Schr W Loper, Robinson, Newport, do
S_chr 0 C Smith Ingersoll, Lynn, do
Schr Triumph, Jarvis, Cambridgeport, do
Schr Col Lester, Perry, New Bedford, - do
Schr Tyrone, Perry, Charlestown, do •
Schr Lafayette, Pox, Fall Rive; captain. -
Schr Adelaide. Crowell, Providence, Dittoes & Co.
Schr B Clayton, Clayton, Salem, '- do •
Schr Clara, Crowell, Boston, Crowell & Collins.
Schr. Ann Amelia, Hallock ; Lynn, C A Hecascher
Bohr L A May, Baker, Salem, Wannerafteher &
Max Reid. -
Bohr Herald, Knight. Newbury-port, do
Schr CatawamteakiSnqw, Sandy Point, Me. Pear
son & Co.
Schr Rio, Plummer, Boston, E R Sawyer & Co.
Sehr Mary &Elizabeth, Oordery, Baston,do
Schr Reindeer, Irvin, Boston, J G & G S Repplier.
Schr Fleetwood, Johnson, Wareham, L Audenried
8c Co. .1 •
Bohr 0 A Reckscher, Gallagher, Fort Monroo,Tyler
Schr Jt - Vance ' Burdge, Fort Monroe, do
Sohr Isabella' , Taylor, • Plymouth, Sinnlokson &
Schr R Blew, .Peterson, Fort Monroe,Tyler & Co.
Schr Reading RR, No 84, Powell, Forldonroe,do
Schr E English, Somers, Boston, .do
St'r IL Willing, Dade, Baltimore. A Groves. Jr.
St'r Alida, Lenny, New York, vr , P Clyde.
St'r Olive Branch, Harvey, New York, W P age.
Steamship. Norman, Baker, hence at BostOn al
Steamship Australasian (Br), Cook, for Liver
pool, cleared at-New-York yesterday.
Steamship Champion, Jones, cleared at_NYor.t
yesterday for Aspinwall.
Steamship Saladin, Jamieson, cleared at N York
Steamship Mississippi, Xennedy, cleared at New
York yesterday for New Orleans. , , •
Bark Saxonville, Jordan, hence for New, Orleans,
was passedt eti ult. 4 PAL at the SW Palm. ,
Bark Hars i est'Afoon, Hagen, cleared IT
yesterday-for this port, _
Bark. B A. "Sender, Dennis,sailed from Cardiff 181 h
ult. for New York.
Bark T Cushing, 'Ames, cleared at. Now York
yesterday for this port.
Bark schon (Harsh), Hein; for thin, port, cleared
it New 'York yesterday. .
Brig Acadian, Wyatt, house for Havre, at Ply
mouth 20th lOC .
Brig Pante, Parsons, hence at Boston 2d inst.
Bess Tangierrsattyer, from Bangor for this port,
Budson,Griilln,from Machin for do,at Holmes'
Hole Ist inst. and Railed again next day.
Brig Jail Crosby, Parker, cleared at. Portland 23
inst. tor this port.. ,
Schrs Smith Tuttle, P
If from Provfnoetown, and wood, from 130Bton, both for this port, at New
York yesterday. • -
Schr Abaco, Pendleton, from Bangor or this port,.
at Holmes' Hole let hist. •
Behr Redwing, Wood, cleared at Boston 2d inst.
Schr:( L. Lovell, cleared at New York yesterday.
for ilia port. - ' . . • '
Schr EG Sawyer, Drisco, from. Boston for this
port, at Newport ist inst.
Schr A 43 Maj or, Perry, hence at Halifax 27th ult.
Arley ' isitr_gii_,' bt
Bar. (tiara, to arrtv*. for aale, by a Isrftc4T
v 4 IN NOR it 00.• re Snntb 'Wharves - ' •
, .. ,
For,- THE. BLBARLEY OIL 00IYIPANY—
The Books for subscription.. to , the above
uipany, are now open at 418 WALNUT street,
from 9 A M. to 3P. I. -
,my . 3-ei* EDWIN E. SIMPSON, Sec' y.
ITDE L A WARE AND RARITAN
RAILROAD COMPANY, April 13", 1864.
Tile Stockholders of the above Company will
meet on TUESDAY, the 10th of May neat, at their
Office, in PRINCETON, N. J. •at 12 o' clock, M..,
to elect nine Directors for the ensuing year.
apl6tmylo JOHN P'. STOCKTON, Seey.
37.N0T10E. —Application will be made for
the issue of new.certificallt in the Ontona
gon Mining Company, of Michigan, the following
certificates having been lost or mislaid: No. 251,
00 shs.; No. 356, 10 shs.; No. 391, 30 she.; No. 411,
3, On slis.• No. 413, 1,000 sks, ; and N 0.416,450
.131 the name'of,
ar. ANNUAL MEETING- of "THE HOME
FOR DESTITUTE COLORED CHIL
DREN" will be held- at Office; S. W. corner
SEVENTH and A - Refl. streets, on .B.d DAY EV E
NING-,,5th month, 9th inet., at 8 0' crook.
tion of Trustees, • Managers, .3cc., for ensuing'
year. ISRAEL H. JOHNSON, Secretary of
rr THE GREAT CENTRAL FAIR, OF
: flee No. 1323 CHESTNUT S reet.
.• Notice is hereby given that the Se tart', of the
Treasury has kindly ordered that rticles des
tined for the Great Central Fair, sh be admitted
to entryfree of duty, and thatinstrn dons to this
t:ilect have been issued 'to the - Colleetors of the
eons of Philadelphia, New York; and Boston.
JOHN WELSH, Chairman.
ROnACE HOWARD FURNESS, See'
GREAT CENTRAL FAIR
..NIMITTEE ON ARMS AND TROPHIES.
PHILADELPHIA, April 25, tS64.
Contributions of any articles of interest for this
Committee, for sale or exhibition, as Well as or
ynoney, may be sent to any member of this Com -
`mittee, and - receipts: will .be returned -by'the
Treasurer All packages seat to Colonel G. H.
OROSMAN, United-States ,Army; Chairman of
the Committee, Northeast corner TWELFTH and
~GIRARD streets, by - any of the Rail
.road or Express Companies, will be frne..ofelvtrge.
• ap26 ifs •". , NORTH, Setretary.,
THAL FAIR.—The Undersigned Commit
tee earnestly solicit from all directly or indirectly
connected with "Our trade" to send -their contri
butions, be they large or small, money or mer
chrindise, to either of the undersigned: ' •
Joseph 0.-Aartibb, 236 Market street:
William H. Sowers, 412 Commerce street.
William P. Wilstach, 38 - North Third street.
Aug. B. Shipley, 503 Ooraraercestreet:
Charles'A. Miller '4' 5 Commerce street.
John J. Burr, 614 Market street' ^
Chas. J. Field, 633 Market street.
Daniel Steinmetz. 501 Commerce street.
John A. Murphey, oe2 Chestnut street.
Isaac S. Williams, 726 Market street.
H. D. Landis, 211 Market street.
W. H: Allen, 115 Market street.
D. Fanst, 40 North Third street.
Jos. S. 'Fisher, N.E. cor. 6th and Commerce et.
A. M- F. Watson, 512Comnierce st.. •
GREAT C NNTB.AL FAIR FOR, THE
U. S. SANITARY COMMISSION.
- OFFICE OF THE COMMITTEE ON RECEP
TION' OF GOODS, CENTRAL FAIR BUILD.
ING, on Eighteenth street, bet Ween Race and
Vine street, Entrance on Eighteenth street. -
The--Committee on "Reception of ' Goods" are_
now prepared to receive any articles 'designed for
the Fair, and•-,,,w0n1d ask the co-operation,of the
various branches'of Trade and Industry, as, their
labors_ must , necessarily be very arduous. Every
package should be properly marked, and sent to
the Chairman or any member of the Committee,
who are' authorized to receipt and acknowledge
the mine. • , ,
They are happy to inform the public that all' of-
the railroad and eipiess companies haire - gene
ronsly offered to deliver packages to the Committee
free of charge. A. R. McHENRY, Chairman.
E.H. BOwLE,Y, Secretary.
Committee' meet' on Tuesday arid Friday After
noons, at so' clock. - -
A. R. McHENRY, 1
A. S. ROBERTS, Jr.. .
EDWARD H.. ROWLRY,
JAMES N. STONE,_
'DAVID McO,A.MBION, Committee,
V- D.. NOUN
JAMES S. MARTIN,' -
07. GREAT °EXTRA.", FAIR.
HORTICULTURAL AND i'LO . RAIL DEPART-
' The Committee in charge of this Department re
spectfully solicits czntribations for eitherexhiln
tion or sale, at the Fair in June near, of Fruit,
Flowers, and Vegetablea;_alsoz- -- -
Bouquets, . - unman Leases,-
Baskets of• Flowers, Aquaria, -
Floral Designs, ~- Seeds,
Hanging Baskets,. iGardening
: Books ' ,
Flower. S-tands, Fountains,
Fern Canes, t Horticultural Iron Work
AT tarids, Wire Work,
Guido:Ling:lmplements, China and
Garden Seats sad-Yates,
Cut Flowers, !Dried Fruit,
Dried " Foreign or-Exotic Fruit,
Wax 'Wax Fruit,
Leather ..se Garden ,Statuary. --
J an tom Bouquets,
In short •Itcatic Adornments of every kind, or
anything Of a rural or rustic character that does
not strictly belong to ;the
`Daily contributions of Cut Flowers, Bouquets,
Designs, Baskets, Scc. ,so as to insure a constant
and regular supply during the Fair, will be very
acceptable, and cordributore will please arrange.
with thellhainnan of the Committee of Baskets,
Designs, and Bo nq nets, Mr. ROB E ftT HlLvi NG
TON, iFlorist, locust street, nett; Thirty-seventh,
West Philadelphia, as to the days on which their
contributions wilLbe req aired. ,
Daily contribution s of Fruits and Vegetables, not.
only for exhibitioa and sale, but also for the use of
the Rastanrant, Will also be thankfully received.
The time Sired for opening the Fair, is the FIRST
TUESDAY IN 51fl•IE NEXT, and it will _con
tinue two weeks. , All articles, except cn Mowers,.
fruits and vegetables, must be-received on or be
fore the preceding nay. -. • •
Donations from the interior of this State, andi
from Delaware and New Jersey; can be forwarded
by any public conveyance, free of freight, and
should be distinctly marked, .iGREAT- CEN
TRAL FAIR,LOGAN SQTJARE, PHILADEL
PHIA, HORTICULTURAL DEPARTZIENT.
'Care of .0. Chestnut street, Phi/edel.
''For Sala,'' or . •For Exhibition," as may
be desired. Bills of lading should also be for
warded to the same address,
Mrs. J. RHEA. BARTON,
Chairman of Ladies' Committee.
ap23.B,rn,w'jes§ I) RODNEY RING,
Chairman of Gentlemen's Condnittee.
" GOOK AND LIVE! - A WORD To THE WISE
IS SUFFICIENT! •
All diseased conditions, both acute and chronic,;
where :there is vitality enough left to react, are
permanently cured, by warrantee, at ltiiO Wa.laut
street, Philadelphia, and in case of a 'failure in
Most obstinate maladies,no charge is made. Elec
trical institution, established about five years ago
by Professor Bertms. Read'the following:
A class of maladies prevails to a fearful extent
In cemtannitiee,• dooming 100, Coe youths, of both
sexes, annually-to an early grave. These diseases
are very imperfectly understood. Their external
manifestations or symptoms are nervous debility,.
relaxation, and great exhaustion, marasmns, or
Wasting and consumption Of the tissues of the
whole body; shortness of breathing, or too hurried
breathing on 'ascending a bill or tight of stairs;
palpitation of the heart, asthma, bronchitis, and
a dry, sore throat, trembling and shaking oe
the arms and rower' lirabs,A aversion to society,'
brisiness, and, to study: sometimes dimness or
the eyesight, loss of memory. dizziness of
the head, neuralgia ' pain in various parts of the
body, pains•in the back and lower limbs, lam
'bago, ' , dyspepsia ; 'constipation of the bowels, de-.
ranged secretions of the kidneys, and many:other,
glands of the body, prodacing virulent diseases in
-both males and females, likewise epilepsy, hys.
teria, • and different forms of nervous spasms.
Now, then, ninety-nine cases out of every -hun
dred of all the above named diseases, and a host of
others not named, as - consumption of the lungs or
of the spinal nervea, have their origin in the pe l vie,
-viscera, :hence the went, of success by any of the
old medical systems of practice.
All the above -named mala - liea are treated and
cured by Professor Bolles, at Ma Walnut street.
D'SEA.SES OF FEMALES.
• Prolapsnii• Leucorrlicea, A.caenorrhrea,-.
Dyamemerrhcea. - All the above di< eases sad "other
Uterine Complaints have their origin in a loss of
the Vital power of the bedy;brought on by injuries;
excesses, sedentary habits, personal abases, abor-'
tions, and the'use of powerful medicines. iSome
of the ; peculiar symptoms are dragging pa int ,'
through thchips and back, weakness or the limb
and extreme languor ' and debility throughout the
cadre system The' effects 'produced 'from these
trontih some maladies are almost multitudinous.
CObt-umption, Dyspepsia, Neuralgia, Paralysis,
I)eafness, Blindness,. Fits,- - Insanity_ and even,
IdlocY are not uncorranbn.: r. • • -
" No effectual or reliable remedy has over been
found for these alarming complaints till oar late.
discovery in the use of Electricity in strict scoot'.
• dance with the positive and negative polar' action
of the Uterine Urgans. - We never failed in during'
all of the above • diseases,; except in case of or
ganic'derangements,or severe in of the parte.
At 12, 2 0 WALNUT stre t Philadelphia. p(.on.
suliatien irge spit line,
iFii DAILY_ EVENING BULLETIN': f °III LAD'ELPFIik,'WEDN_ESDAY, -MAY 4 . 1884
"SEcriox 4. Whenever ,any of the qualified
electors of this Commonwealth shall.bs in any'
actual military service, under. a reqiusltion horn
the President of the United States, or by the au
thority or this (commonwealth,: such .electors may
exercise the right of sulTrage in all eleltions by 013
citizens, undu,( isuch regulations as are or shall be,
pioescribed bylaw, as folly as if they Were present
at their usual place ofelection. . • •
Sac- 1. There shall be two additional sections to
the eleventh article of the Constitution, to be'di
signated as sections eight, and nine, as foI , ONY6:
"Sac. S. No bilnhall be passed by- the Legisla
tune, containing more than one -subject,-which
shallp bet e cle'on yexpressed in the title, exCeptap
"SEC. a. No bill shall bo passad by the Legisla
tura granting any powers, or privileges, in any
case, where the authority to:grant.sucti powers, or
privileges, has been, or may hereafter be, conferred
upon the.courts of this Commortwealth:" ----
HENRY. C. JOHNSON,
Speaker of the Hotise - ql - RApressitslises.
JOHN P. PENNEY.
OFFICE OF THE SECRE,TARV • OV'THE
COMMONWEA Llll, HerairszuriO,April lis; 1801.
PENNSYLV.4 NIA, SS.
, Ido iereby/ certify that the foregoing is
/L. s. f a frill, true and correct copy of the origi.
nal:faint Resolution of .the General A.
sembly, entitled ‘ , A. Joint Resoluton•propasing
certain amendratmta to the ConstitntiOn," as.the
same remains on file in this office: .
In, estimony whereof, I have herennto set my
.hand and caused the seal of the Secretary's 'comes
to be affixed, the day and year above written.
Secretary of the Cotneisagreal4.-
The above resolution having been agreed to by a
Majority of the members of each House, at two
successive sessions of the General Assemblyof this
Commonwealth, the proposed amendments will be
submitted to the people, for their adoption or re
jection, 'on the first TUESDAY of August, .in' the
year of our Lord. one tho.isand eight hundred-and
sixty-tour,' in accordance• with , he Provisions 'of
the tenth article, of the, Constitution, and, Atte act;.
entitled "An Act. iireecribing the time and. &antler
of submit ing to the people, for their approVal and
ratification or rejection, the proposed amendrtleals
to the Constitut.on,' , . approved,,the twenty -third
'day of April, one thousand eight hundred, and .
sixty-four, ELT ,
aptl7-w•tautl§ Secretary of the Commonwealth,
lATTENTION 00. 0, BLUERESERVEs.:_.
The members who sawed with the comPazty th'
September 18.01. will report at the Armory,. No;
505 , 011.ESTNUT street, WEDNESDAY EVE
NING, 4th hist ,At 8 o!olock, , ta . receive pay.'
Relatives of abseatraerob .ers will attend. • ,
TNFAN't 8 EETREAT.
MEDIA, DF,LAWAKRUCL - ,- - PA,*_ •
MIS. SAMUEL EDWARDS, Principal, ihig,
Inatitutloni•providing a refined home and the' tert...: -
7lerest care and culture for Children from three .
1.11 seven years of age, will be opened on:Wed:um
daY; APRIL 13.'. Mediae is 13 mileS _from Phihss.
delphia by Railroad. For particulars •applvur
Rev. S. Edwards, Media; Pa... Referonoes•
Bishop Potter, Bishop Stevens, and the
copal C lergy of , the %alga 'to4 , 4brahant
artin. lilacs fal7—rardi ' •
- • -
frtHE UNDERSIGNED have MY day fortaed'Et
'Co: pil.rtnerahtp under the •naixierof tHE'WEIS'ik
RA.KM. for the transaction of a General Banking
Busincias.; at No.TASetith TWIRL; etreet.. ,
GRo. W. HEWEI,
GE(. A. 11..1.1-ot:' r
PASSENGER RAILWAY 1i9T11.1.8.
MPRIZADIMPHIA4 April 25',-11.6.1: • •
At areeetist of the Board of Presidents of the
City Passenger Railways it was reset : yea that on
and after'lllay ist next, smoking will be prohibited
on all parts. of the cars. • -
,ap2s 'HENRY OROSKEY,'`Bee y.
POWETON COAL AND IRON COX
PA NY—OFLPICE No. glO4 - WALNUT
STREET .—PruLADELPrire. IE6I,
The Annual Meeting of the. Stockholders ,of this
Company and ap election for President and Di
rectors will take place at the office of the Compiny,
on MONDAY, 16th instant, at 4'o'
ISRAEL W. NORRIS,.
- my2-m;vr, f t Ott. . , Secretary.
• UNION LEAGUE, HOUSE, 'Ain
115 CHESTNUT STREET, Pirme..ns t f.rnin,
May P., -1861.
A Speclar keeting of the UNION - LEAGUE of
Philadelphia will .be held on THURSDAY
EVLNING, the 12th : instant, at S o'clock, to take
into coneideration the acceptance of the Charter
lately obtained from the Legislature of the'State of
Pennsylvania. • • .
By order of the Board of:Directors. •.
my 3.90 .GEORGE H. 130IIER,•Se.c'y.
ITTTHE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
Stockholders tht the Green - Mountain Coal
Company will, be held on TUESDAY, Maylo,
iSal, at , l?, o'clock:noon, in •roorri' NO. 30, ' Mer
" chants' Exchange, in the City of Philadelphia, for
the purpose of electing Five Directors to serve•the
ensuing year. •• • , • '
The Transfer Books' ot the 'Company, vtill be
closed on the 30th inst., and will be re-opened on
May 15. WM. S. GREEN, •
apl3-w, f&tutthylOei ••• • • • Secretary. •
n; HILTON' S CEMENT. The bit)
Clement of the Messrs Hilton Brothers is cer
the best - article of the kind ever , invented.
It should be kept in every manufactory, workshop
and house, everywhere. By its use many dollars
MI be saved in the run of a year. , •• This -Cement
cannot decompose or become corrtiptr as itS
nation is en scientific principles, and tuuler no cir
cumstances or, change of temparatnre will *emit
any oitbnsive smell., The various uses to which it
can be .succes4lly applied renders it invaluable
to all classes. For particulars sea advertizamfmt-
... GEORGE THOMPSON-T - A.NOTELER.
1.1,5 MEETING.—Thirty years ago GEORGE
THOMPSON delivered his first :Lecture in this
city in the Covenanter's Church, CHERRY street,
below. BleVenth. ..Re is novr invited by members.
of the same Church to deliver. another address i.in
tho same building, vrhich,be, consents.to do. The
meeting will take place next YR/ DAY .EVEN
ING, the 6th of - May, at 8 o' clock: Subject.-
"The'unionial and CopPeiheads of.; Eng/Ind and
America.'? Admittance. , 50 cents. Tic Lets to be
had at T: E.. Pugh's, Sixth and Chestnut streets;
at the Anti-Slavery 01110,,106 iinrdl;:r...e h th street,
and at the door. ap3o-Gt
• .0 eFIC.F. OF THE LEHIGII COAL AND,
PlarA, May a, •
.At an election held thiq day, the following'
named pe,rsons were chosen officers-of the
LEHIGH COAL AND - NAVIGATION COM
PANY, for the ensuing year -
ProtstaszaT—JAMES S. COX.
Erskine Hazard, I Jacob P. Jones,
John Farnnm, Francisli. Yaniali,
Richard Richardson, ,•• Samuel •
Alexander Fullertm, Fraricis 11.• Cope, ••
Andrew Manderson, Frederick Grad:
TarAar:mak—ED Wlti WALTER. -
my.l-3k) EDWIN WALTER, Secretary
PENNSYLVANIA R AILROAD - (JCR
PANY, TREASURER' SBEk'ART*EiNIT.
'f-PHILADELPHIA, Aprll 20, 1164.
NOTICE TO STOOREOLDERS. —The Board
of Directors have thts day declared a semi-annual
dividend ,o 1" nyE PER CENT. on, the capital
stock of the,Compliii, clear of Tatiana' and State
taxes, - Payable on and after May 16, teat
Blanks powers Of. 1( ttorney fox' eolleinting divi
dends can be had , at tbe othee of the Company,
No. 233 South Third street.
Sock and Scrip certificates for the 'extra
dividend_wilihe ready for delivery on and after
Tday 2d, but n& noel: or rcript certificates will be
delivered between the 15th May and ipt Jane,
ap2l. tie]. • THOS. T. FIRTH, TreasUrer.
FIIELADELPIILA AND • READING
RA -greed Company, Oftice '227 South Fourth
Street. -• • - Pnir..anni.PErAiEtiPtemtier 1 1 3.63:
DTVIDEND NOTICE. --The' following ',nained
Persona are entitled to w Dividend on -the common
stock of this Company. The residence IA several
of 'them is unknown, and it is thereforenacessary
that the Certitiestas.of.Stook. should •be presented
on culling for the Dividend.
- S. DS.ADFORD, Treasurer.
- sroardsoramets , wants. - -
D oyle, Henry R. Sharer,-
S. Lancaster, • - Andrew Turner, •
John Mclntyre,. : - hirs..Rebecca Ulrich.
Benjanigi F. Neport,tf
irrTHE UNDERSIGN I V.D- BREWERS OF
the Qit of I,'hiladelphia, Oolltaquence of
the continue • advs . 11612/1 Phcea of-Mattl-Ilops„:
Lafmr - Pater, &c.. - • and' the Jr creased expense*.to
cideneto •the manitfactirre tuad`,,dtllyery of Malt
I.lg nors t • .are corollelfed . • to advance the prices of,
their PORTym, ft -pd , ALE to the folio vrtng. rata:
on and after MAY 2d. ' . •
Drat:milt &le, per barrel, S 9; Battling Ale, per
barrel, SS; Draught 'Porter, per barrel, ll9i - Bot
tling Porter, per barrel, g 9.
Wm. Gaul. ' ' Abbo - t - t-&. Co.; .
Muse)", Coiling . Paiitp Guclres' ,
Frederick Lawn Christian Sehniklt,
Leeds & Gray, Dithmar.l.a r _
Ignater.DschlerA - .- W. D: Smith & Go. ,
James Moore, t' "GeOrge W, Gray,
.PuiLADA:, APril 3t > 366 E irty2-mog,f:3l
OrA JOINT RESOLUTION PROPOSING
CERTAIN AIHENDHENTS TO THE
CONSTITUTION. , •
Be it riitaced by thil St}WC and House of Rep.resett
tottees COMM onicealgh • • Pennrylvdnta - in
General ..izseinqy tnel, That the fullovring amend
menta. be proposed to the Cowan titian of the Oom
monweeith, taaccordance,with the proVsions. of
the tenth article thereof:
- - - . -
There Shall au additional. section to the third
article of theKloraititutiou, to be designated as see.
Lipp four,, as follows
. _ .
• J. S. AU.D.BNEgED,'JatoOpt:.
R. K. iato O. S. mya4t.xi
DIVII END NOTICES
EARMERS.AND MECHANICS' BANK,
PRI,I,ADELPHIA, May 3, 18011.
The Board of Directors=hatethls•day declared a
dividend of 'tIVE PER CENT., payable- on de
manoSclear of United States and State taxes.
roy Mt§'WS Ru*ltToisr, - JR.,' OaShier..
lON , tia.Nß..—Pina.s.n., May a. isdi
• u,3 - "At-a meeting' of the Directors teld This ,
Day. aDiviofndof FIVE PER. CENT., Clear of
'all Taxes, . was declared,' payable on deratiad.
•: J. J .N.DOKEL, i asbier.
COMM snO I AL DANK, OF PENNS YL
VANIA, Pnir:Sionr,'erits., May 3..1861. .-.:
The Board of Directors have this day declared a
dividend of FIVE PER CENT., payable, on
demand, clear of National'and State taxes. •
niy3.6o 1 . • • S..O.'PALMER, Cashier.,'.
GIRARD ,BANK, PRILAD.ELPHIA, May
113, .1.864. - • , 0,
The Directors have this day declared a DiVidend
of FIVE FEB CENT., out of the profits of the last.
six months, payable on' and after the 13tlf inst.,
free of all taxes. • .
rny3,tinyll• .. W. , L. SORAFE,EI3, Caqiier.
. - isiEuatiNica' - - tsariK, ,P.nri,eimmrque..,
May 3, 186-1. ~.. . . .. .
i rlh: May Board of Directors, have, this_ day deeLaYed
a Dividend of SIX PER OENT ~ . payable on and
after the 3.3thltst. J. WIEGADID, Jr.. ,S B N
' y34.0t,' ' . . . , (isl
In e .N.'
WESTERN :BANK OF PHILADEL
PHIA, MAY 3, 1861.
The Directors of this Bank have this day de
clared a Dividend of. TEN PER CENT., payable
on dernancll, clear of National and. State Taxes,
rny.l-Vt¢ O. N..WEYGANDT,:OasItier..
Cir- SOUTIIVi 4.RIf. BANK, - Pniteontraje,
May 3, 1564. •
The *Directors have declared a dividend of
SEVEN PEE CENT., payable on demand.
• my 3,64 • • P. STEEL, Cashier.
rKENSINGTuN BANK, PnitAnar..rmit,
r . JIYIny I - Rol .;:-The Board or Directors liave
ibis day. declared a dividend of TEN PER CENT.
for tbe•laetstx mcmths, payable on demand, clear
of State and United State taxes. •
iny3.6 , ) • . C. T. 1 ERKES,,Casnier.
fr- THE. PHILADELPHIA BANII,III4v
; .rthe Directors have declared aHlvidend or FIVE
PER CENT., for the last six months; and also
'an extra Dividend of THREE,PER CENT., "pay
able on'demand, free 01 Stale taxes and the United
States tax of three per cent
Iny3.6t§ E. H. COMEGV,' Cashier.
May 3,. 1564. • - ,
The Board 'of Threaten have this day declared a
at, idend of FIVE PER CENT. for- the past sir.
months, payable on demand. — -
my3-31* - ' " 1 3244. :02LSTNERICatifei.
1• COMMON NEEK.A4Li BANK, PRILA.DEL
-ruTA, May . 3a 1e64.
The Directorsbame this day declared a dividend
of FIVE PER +CENT. ilor the last six incinths,
payable on demand, clear of State and Vatted
States tax. • • ,
InS 3 -at , •., $ O youNcf, Cashier.
Tr CORN EXCIIANO-E ar
rnrn., May 3d, 156.1. . '
The Direttors a - Te declared a Dividend` of
sEVEN PIER 0 T:',' payrible on demand ' , clewof State and TT. .(3 per cent )nox.
raY 3 -ti9
J. W. TOREN'.
' ' °ashler.
Tric CITY. RANH, PHILADELpiiiA,.MayJd,
TIIe Board.of Dire ltorii have this day deciaNd a
dividend of FIVE PER CENT., payable on de
mand, clear of. Taxes.
my3-Gt9• - • 01 A. LEWIS, Casluer. •
or BANK Or THE NORTHERN DI ER
The Directors have We day declared a dividend
of SEVEN per cent. for the past mix manilla, pay.
able, clear of State tax and the .3 per cent. United
States tax, on FRIDAY next, the ethAnst.
y t!-et4; W. ODEMERE, Cashier. ,
' PHILADELPHIA, Max 2. If‘ll
HILL DE A N N D D . — S T R e I M N a G n HOU a S t E O
ROAD, have declared a Dividend of T WO-AN D-
A-HALF PER *CENT. . payable on or after the
inst., clear of Stat.. :and the 2 parcent. United
States Tax. _.U. W. RADON; Treas., -
tny3-34] : .-. . 4IT Walttat S sem
OFFICE. OF' THE L'ESIGH,
4,3 r 'COMPANY, No. 121 WALNUT street,
Printspx - Lyrti3,4lay v, /ESL
The DirectoraFisaye this - day. declared a cash'
Divdend of FIVE PEE CENT: on the capital
stock, clear of State Tax, payable on and ap.er the'
Rah inst, a' thebfficeollhe Company. -
The Transfer: Books- will be- closed nntil that
date. GLIBBON AIONGES,
iny3-trnyleintl - S.i'Oretary- ' '
TYCHELTENHAM. AND WILLOW.:
_ GRorETURNPIECE.—The Manaken; have
this day, declared a diTidezd of - VIIREE - PER.
CENT: on the Capital Stock of t 4.11 Company
671 - r, the last ctz months (exclustre-of taxon), p ayahle
nn and alter the 13th inst. .
WAT... S. PEROT. Tressarer..:
_ V&r.te aireet
Nils., GERMANTOWN '..itif.I)....A.SHRIOHEN
13,3 T UNNti N E.—The lianagere have th te day
derlared dilidand of TWO AND A' HALF
CENT. on the Capital Stock of the COmpany tor
the last Ina months (exclusive of. taxes), payable
on and alter the 14th instant.
WM. S. PEROT, Treasureiv
• No. 31.1 , ' Vine street
oer OFFICE OF. THE PIIILA.DELPIILI.
April 2.5. tett..
The Managers have ilits`day declared a dividend
MTWO DOI,LAItS per share, elear,at all taxes,
payable on and after sth pro:lt-ma
- Treasurer. .
OFFICE OF THE JEFFERSON FIRE
INSURANCE_COMP.ANY .01 PHILA
DELPHIA, May 2d, 166 t. _ ,
At. a meeting of the Board of Directors hold
THIS DA.Y a aerttl.lttantml Dividend of FOUR
PERCENT., clear of ta.tes,.was declared, paya
ble on and after the 12n:titter- .
m 32-30 PHILIP E. (*LEMAN, &e.g.
OFFIUB BOHEMIAN MININU- CIIM
FANY OF. MLUHIGAN,, No-- 132 WAL
NUT street, Prat , ,Lostrume, April Uth,- . 1964,
Notice is . hereby given -- that an :Asieisment of
ONE DOLLAR AND FIFTY OENTS - per Share
on each and 'every share'of the Capital Stock has
this day been called by the Board of Directors of
the Bohemian Mining - 06thpany,Atre and payable
at the Office of the Company, WALNUT
- slreet, Philadelphia, on br before the 1 15th 'day of
By order of the Board of Directors. -
aptitms , ls§ WM. L. IHAOTIEB, Sees..
FUR, 6 - ,91A5 AND
inTO LET-=A. destrable three-story Black
Dv. - elling, Thirteenth street above Jefferson
lncinire of If. C. E.uND, N. E. corner Fnint and
Chestnut stn. • r my3.3t*
AR FUR SALV—One.of thosttllne cottages, No.
Ell 2303 qreen street; large front and back yard;
tea rooms, including bath in good : ,order. Immo
d pcoocessioti given. my3.3tor
MR FOR SALEA tutarsome stone chvettnig.
jetr West Ph!lad7 - gide, SPIiUGE street, above .
Forty-fourth. 'Possession immediately. Apply
at f2r.t73 WALNUT street. my3.6t,r
dir-4 FOR SA.L.EA small ' WOOLEN BULL,
J,with all its Machinery, now in full operml.m.
Apply to JOHN .0001LRAN, Real Estats'Agent,
chester, Pa. . , 34,30.42t*
OKTO I..Er—A..oountry Best
deuce, containg live acres of Land. fivemiles
north otAarket street. Enpure,at gtTE1114131:11-
GER' .5;425 Chestnut street. _ air. 29-120
„digs FOR SALE.—ThaPROPER,TY-10t9 ARCH
street—double House lot 42 .by 160., Apply;.
toG , H. ROBINETT, 2320 GREEN street, or .I._P._
BOBINETT, 222,FOrth SECOND et.. ap1.1410
gel TO LET NEW HoLuEssuaG. A
mode4t-built House, vith stable, garden,
fruit etc.; 'within four minutes' vralir of the sta
tion: tnquire of JAS. wEED, statibn Master,
or J. B. WILLIAMS, 201 Church alles . . 'zny2.6t4t
maFOR S4T4E—NEAT- MODERN - DWEL
Ina, No. 333 South FRONT Street,. 18 feit,
by 10; has the modern - conveniertess.
Apply to M. THOMAS di SONS,
ap37 1 ,139 and 1415., pon.rth Street.
ae TO RENT—A beautifully 'situated dabble ,
00UNTRY RESIDENCE, three minntasof
walk irom.Wissinorning Station, on Trenton' Rail'.
road, with coach-lioruicand • gatdext.
717 WALNUT etreet. ' vapS-tr)
FUR 'SALE .1 - .)R -. .r0 LWr.—}LOUSE,Not
06 NeW Jersey,
with all :ha moderit.i,liaprove meats, sorra ihided
w ith shade, fruit, Apply t o E. P". -
DLET ON, 5 broith FBASNI" a treot;; of.- ;to &km L.
TAYLOR, .81-TRLItif:I•TON; NeFv,Jarsoy. -hoi.att
COUNTRY RESIDENCE FOR sanE.--•
Good" Dwelling, Stabling, Ice Rouse, and
Te mailmen, with a acres of land, With Shade
and‘Frititirees,..at Moorestown, N.J. naw va
cant, Prga, S6,1;00. Apply J. O. "FINN,'
CaPP 2I . -00 61101aestritit - S reet.
FOR RENT, , A FA R" "
Ronr.c• • •
dm- 'OR it o R om E s N . T, I , A ,I - . F:F . I.K . U-HOUSE, WIYH
ill'ljoßailiidreSD o olltgriana&TßZten4lTBdi:
'Min: tiles front Philadelphia-, one ands quarter
maileaYfrom 'Villa: Nova Station, :. Penns%lvania
!Railroad', Addiviis Or apply. to 7i. MORRIS, near
WestAfavertorM-0 , Delaware Co., Pa. m2-3t'
frVil LE r—Nyltll Steam Power, three large Rooms
with good j11gh . t,t41.4 Prune street.
~ttpD3-ett, WiNtiErs & PE.S.RCE.
S'ra.tE.S iron iron' Safea.—For
tala , at secontivhanti OPpor. SEVENTH, abort , .
.Tt+timp'...ca 01)M:is Co!j Di lITIVA W. VT4 -IS.
FOR SALE AND TO LET
0111 NINTH. STREET.' FOR. sit:L}:, OH SAP,
a three-story , Brick Dwelling, SUB S Atth
Naith-Street. Apply : to . J, 1:1; IJURTIS Er . SON,
Real Estate Brokers.' No. 433 Walnut Street. „
TH STREET—FOR SAL fine
~:Tenth : street, LOtortli of
Green: all modern improvements: Lbt 130 feet
de4p. Apply to.J. U. CURTIS & SON, Real
-Estate Brokers, 433 Walnnt . ,st.. my 4
itpli! ARCH STREET—FORS ALE. --A desirabie
EMBUILDING LuT, 2021 Arch Street; Lot' 25
by ;167 feet to a street, on which is a three-story.
Brielt'llouse. Apply =to J. H. OUBTLS & SON,
'Real Estate Brokers, 413 Wahint street. ' !up;
,FOR SALE, OHEA.P.— Valuable RE81...
IIaiLDEDIVE in Burthigton... Also, D WELLING
Nylth side yard,. JEFFERSON street, east .of
BROM): S. DOBBINS,
ap2l-w&s.Bt* No: 108 S. Fourth street.
TO RENT FOR THE SUMMER
N2+,l SON-4 furnished •Bousei built.in cottage
styie, in a highly cultivated., healthy and beautiful
location. 2;4 mites from Burlington, • New Jersey;
with.stable, carriage, ice -house. &c. For further
particulars address Box No. .2027, •PhiladelPhia
Post Office. ,• ap-ete , 4
.fi r le
FOR ';SALE.-The handsome four-story
WV brown stone RESIDENCE wits three-story
d ouble' back building's, every convenience and im
p) ovement, andlarge lot of ground A feet front by
130 feet deep to feet wide street, situate .-No.
1524 Pine street., J. IVI. 011.4.11EY dc. SONS, 508
Walintptreet• • myt
iffet = FOR SALE. —A handsome three-story
BRICK. ILESIDENOE,Vith wo tory double
back buildings and lot of ground, is feet front by
117 feet deep to a. street, situated on VINE street,
West of 19th street; nearly opposite Logan Square.
Has every-convenience and improvement, and is
in good order. J. GUMHEY SONS,
may - 501 Walnut Street.
MILOGAN SQUAB:E.—FOR SALE—A large
double Residence,-laving eyery modern im
provement and convenience, and in perfect order
.sitnate on Vine street, west of Eigb,
reenth; opposite Logan Square.,- Lot 53 feet front
by 125 feet deep to a street, on Wnich is erected a
commodious stable And ,carriage-house.
GUMELF.Y"Ic SONS, 503- ainnt street. myt '
IiESTON VILLE cOTTAGE FOE. SALE.
ma —A dead able 2%-story Stone Cottage, Stable.
krait and , Flower -Garden, with about % acre of
ground,, within one square of Passenger itailroaci
Depot, at lies umville.
Immediate possession given.
As pply 10 - A. D. CARVER ac 00.,
ap3o.3t* S. W. ccr. Ninth .t Filbert strept.
FOR BENT.=BB very tine,- desirable Rest -
*Nlit dence, with back buildings, lawn and gar,
cen, and every modern 'convenience, beantilnlly
situated at IiORRI.STQWIL .onehonr's ride from
the city. . •
'Apply between . lo at 2 o'clock, ti
rny3.2t* Second story.
Mg TO Ii.ENT FOR. THE SUMMER. —a. de
sirable House and Garden, with pleasant
yard -and good - shade trees, in the village or
WOODBURY, N. J. Easy -6,r -access to the ear
by the West Jersey Railroad..
- -With or.withont the furniture, -PosSewion given
immediately Apply to
aP I 3- 1 143 AVID OGOPER, I IB Worth Whams.
40.7 LOCUST STREET, WEST
PHIA—FOR SALE—A 4iesirable REII.
HENCE on the north bide .of. Locust street. be.
tween Thirty-ninth and Fortieth streets,. wit.b.S 11
the modern. conveniences; also, Stable-and Coach
bonse. Lot 11,6 feet fror.t by 165 feet deep to back
street. Immediate possession given. Apply to
A. B. CARVER 4fc CO., S. W. corner Ninth and
Filbert streets. a .30 St*
gia FOR SALR —The Property ou Sdhool
House Lane, fronting eight hundred and
eight OW feeton said Lane, and extending nearly
orte-third of a mile to the Wissahickon, with front
bn tliat stream. Containing_ hirty (30) acres, with
;numerous desirable - sites for Country Seats, fire
minutesmalkfrom theßailroad Depot, and twenty
minntessithlk from the City Apply to CHARLES
XIIIRBEID, No. 205 SOnth SIXTH st. V.3-6t
WEST PHILA.DLLPHIA.."--FOR, SELLS,
in a Handsome Double. Stone Residence; par
lor, library, :din - mg-room, andidtchen, onthe first
floor, together with alarge lot of ground. -haying
three fronts;-165leet on 35th Street, by 230 feet on
Grape and Sycamore Streets. Nicely shaded ami
planted with choicest shrnblx.ry - -stehle and ten.
ept house; iliseidtelien garden and:-well of excel
-lent water. GijMNIEY d SONS,
- 503 Walnut Street
fill FOB. SAISE.—A-very desirable lototgroned
IfiAltilmte on the north aide of Spring G - sraen
street .99 feet leinches 'west•of - I.9th street, ' Vio . feet
froit by about 171 test deep. Tbis Jot is in the
lutsgteinialy Tit tufty of the most desirable improve.
melts of Bud' hill; adjoiningne - w Saptst Unarm
and cam/panda ft•seiy extensive view over the
city; would be divided to ellit'isur.thasers:- • -
Apply to I. 3? arCrE,
aptYk.l..fts S.W. corner Statute Garden and I.3tn
Ala • likE. SIR El LE W77E1.14241E1. FOR. ALE
' —The convenient hansomely located- sbr e
story DWELLING, No. 6i7 'North ELISVf.N ra
street, belove'Mount Vernon street, east side, built
in the very best manner, _leri7.ll. doable Ultra-story
bauX buildings, and all the mode , n conveniences.
Terms accommodatink. Immediate possession.
Apply next door to the property, or to A. H.
CARVER t CO.. corner Ninth and Filbert
figg COUNT= SEAT AND PAM!! FOE g
EEL SALE-C li
ontaluing fty-tisto acres,
Isituated In Cheltenham towns
ontgomery causity, 'Periusyleania, about We::
miles fram tho city and one and a-balf ihMaa TOD
Road Statirm °utile North Pe . apisylvarla,. Eat!
road. The buildings sire nearly new; substantL4
and well calculated for a Veinter or summer res.!
deuce. Apply' to 0. 111 - ITLEITEID, No. f:c
South 4111 ..a.street. Philadelphia. stl9-tri
FINE STREET. RESIDENCE:OPPOSITE
ka.FRANICLIN 'SQUARE FOR SALB.—A
handsome three-story - Rack Dwelling, wit h'don--
ble three-story back buildings' on the north side of
VINE street, the second house east of Franklin
street,' with a largo alde.:ystrd fronting on Franklin
strew, renlete with all modern conveniences..
Also a desirable tliree-'story brick Dwellintr and
Lot of Ground .ut - the north-east corner of Vine
sad Franklin. Street.S.' Ternis, accommodating.
Apply th' At. B. CARVER Jr. 00., .Southwest
corner of Ninth and Filbert streets. aim. 6ts,
mos FOR SALE—The supertor.DWELLl
N0.,1916 VINE 'street, neav : Logan 'Square
Lot J 8 feta front by 100 - feat deep, to - Winter street
The house is four stories high, with three-story
back buildirgat: :and dzished throughout in the
beat manner, with large' parlor, chambers, bath
room, conservatory . tor ilo avers, • dining Mom,
kitchen, and all the modern conveniences found in
a first-class house. Posseseiort can be had imme
diately, Price. 310, 000, of which SLIM can remain
on the property: . HARVEY SHAW,' 154 - South
,FOURTH street. ap.23-
200 lulS Pa?lll7seVll.p..t. 1 deoot,
above Thcrmpaax.- • Old doors, sub, fixtures. /cc. ,
bought. [ap3o-6tit] NATHAN W. ELTAIS.
MO LET. --Large and small B.oollLi s 47p stair;
'1 619 and 674 4.71-74—STN - 77T atr4w4
mo ' r t ic rl a d o.e othes
000 — A S IOunt tr
roniicl Rents. 311 D. YARD Sn. do SON,
~ ap29-fr,m,w,6t*' . 11 807 Race stmet.
. 4 kar t 141ISS Itil. A. BAITER,
1346 OErESTNITT street,
../W - has opened a
' large assortment of
fbr the Spring and Salruner of 1661. apl2-3M*
MISS PEN , NELL,
• 26 North EIG-HTH street,
. has opened.
SPRING AND Slim IVMR.MiLLINERY,
4%3 OPEN - ING.—BIRS. S. A. LINGLE, No.
734 SPRING 'GARDEN § t ., will open on
TEEVEZDAY, . April 7tbi A haaldsorao as'
soitment of - Sp - ring MILLINEB.Y; also a. choice
;Assortment 'of ' Children's Hats, trimmed in the
aateet„ Parisian styles being of quite a new de
lign. Illetichiug; . pressing aud Dyeing carefully
attended to. , - . . . ap.l.Shrupi 1..
IS AVANA OIGARS.—
Sond—at gc iclve tu t 's( r=i gil istllsl . UY Store
_ 64.E.PRN FUGITET, Lroporter, •
mho -3112 -9* . _ • No. :116 S. Front Street.
ANUFACTURED TOBACCO. -.150 boxes 10
lump,tit cases .34 - lb. lump, superior
hi store and for sate:by' .11E0 ALK.I.IIS
it C 0.154 North DELAWARE avenue.. myt
OBA(100. - - , -10 bhds, new Kentucky Leaf To-
I ,bacco. For sale , by BOMAN WART=
MAN, No; 115 North Water street. -my3
rtIOENNSYLVANLA•SEE Et LEAF, TOBACCO.
t 9 Caee.s FendsylvaniaSes Lent Wre:p pars end
FWerfs, in store' and 'for Sale by, GEORGE AL.
KIN'S lc CO, 151 North - DELawArcE Ave.
- TT — II-01MA 2(I6.NIJEACTURED TOBACCO—
THE FIEST 'ARRIVAL SINCE TIigIWAR
1f110)E' OUT., bsaps supericor sweet ,Vam_ps
lust recei ve d trom:_tiorfolk,
7.0.2t00n0r Florliuca: asta iar :sale - • .
_ TUOMAII. :Th.,
usnerat Agent Union'SteattlehitiOnagany,
14 Worth Detitmix,; wvaltiaa.
,TNATES.-20:paiLs..Dates landing, and for sale
by SAS, 13USSIFIL Saatb
LAWRENCE' IS MET tiLLIC - BRA WN PA/NT
—BB PER CENT METALLIC BASS.
, The Metallicbase of this Paint is composed of
the Protoxide and.Peroxide,of Iron. Its proper
ties axe such as to give it supgriority over all otaers
in the market for the purpose for which it. is re
It has been proved by thorough exposure, and by
comparison with other paints, to be the only re
liable Paint to resist the action of salt water -and
It is therefore especially recommended for ship
bottoms, hulls, decks, boiler fronts, smoke stacks
and steam pipes. For :iron railings, fences, cam,
railroad and other bridges, it is not excelled.. -
It is especially adapted for =
TAL ROOFS: • '
It is not affected bEy
acids or gases, and Is a per.
feet protector - against rust on metals, and from
dampness on brick walls, =
andmixes and blends readily with. other Paints.
and by compariion to thaamount of surface a given
weight will cover, costs about one.he fas much as
other Metallic Paints.
- - . •
Wherever this Paint has been used, it has given
zwrinit eivrierreorion, we believeionfore
than can be said of any other paint:in the market.
• ROBERT SHOEMAKER. &.00.,
rahll-fmv72441 Sole Agents for. Pennsylvania %
je N. E. corner Fourth and 'Race Streets, Phila.
TATE HAVE JUST REUEINED -AN IN
ly V voice of the following - desirable toilet arti
cies, of foreign Manufacture, Law, Son 4icllay
den's Honey and elycenne Soaps, • Beribow &
Sons' Elder Flower and Brown - Windsor Soaps,
English Tooth, 'Nail and- Hair Reashes, French
Extracts, of triple strength,,in, the original pack
ages, from the Flower Farms of be Ctenlis & Co.,
Sommieres (Gard.), in quantities -to snit. purcha
sers. Illorgan , & Bros..' White Felt Vora Plas
ters, &c. For sale by E. YARROW. & po..
Druggists, Eighteenth and Vine. ap2o4mv--.7
ROBERT SB.O.EMAKFR &
at Roar. Ssiomu.l3:lm, Bs - 3u. H. SHORNIAIifaCj
WM. M. Suonsiaman, RIOHAED DIE; SHOEMAS:
TO DRUGGISTS.-We offer tae following; '-o
recent importation: . Agaric,- .anLseed f Star Anise,
Caraway and (;anary - Seed, Althete,
Caimans Roots, Barbadoes Tar, :Poppy. Heads,.
Tonona Beans, Refined Borax, Rethied Camphor,
Jennings' s Calcined and Carb. Magnesia, Calabria'
'Liquorice, Essential Oils of prime , quality,French
- Chamois, Wedgviood mid PorceLsin Mortars and
Evaporating Dishes, Porcelain Fan
nets, Flint-Glass Prescription Vials, Druggists'
Furniture Bottles, of Boston ms.nufacture, prima
Vial Corks, Pallet Knives, &c.
BPBEET SHOEMA.R - F
N. E. ..-corner Fourth and. Race streets.
DRUGS, —Relined Camphor in barrels,
Phre Cx of Tartar - in barrels, English.
Magnesias, ced Carbonate and Henry's
genuine Super Carb. -Soda, Quinine, Morphia,
Opium, Sarsaparilla, :Janiisn. Ginger, English
and French .Tooth Brushes,. Low's, Soaps,
aiscerine Honey and Brown Windsor, Drug,.
gist's Earthenware ' all sizes, Mbr ars, &c. ,FOr
sale by WILLIAMELLIS do CO Druggists, 'NU.
MARKET street. ' • ap%-tt
EIRESH ENGLISH. EXTRACTS,' &e.,c. -
Just received direct from G-EO. -ALLEN & ft
0., Amptiull; a.supply of Ext. Ai:multi. Bella.
doralle. Cannel); Ind., Conti, ' Dlgitalis,-Hyos
gyamrzazuf—Taraxael, ali3O; Olen= .
Dule, Oleum Croton, Tig-111,---Elaterium, Latta
cerium, and a full assortment. -.o.ti.:lteah.]thedl
-4einal lettres /re., &e. BULLOCK & CHEN
SH&W,, Arch and. Sixth streets. . - "
VINE VIOLET .I.CvrA L.NVOICE
X of freshly im orted Marrow _Pomade sweetly
scented with -Violets, In 50 cent jar; IitrBRELI,
Apothecary, 1410 Chestnut street. ' -
MHE NEW "PILE PIPE. ".:-St. ..2321112P LA
A. cleanly , and portable contrivance for tha ttppli.
cation of unguents to the internal. =face of the
rectum.. Sold by 5U88.144 .iipothettal7B
Chestnut street. . - -
DBTHLEHESL =OATMEAL by the pound or
17 keg—fre.‘h e week. HllBRELL,,'Apothe
ear,. 1410 Clillr3T street. • • ten
STO V ES
G OLD'S IMPROVED STEAM' -
For Warning lout - Ventilating Public Buildings
• and Privatelleefeea.
Manufactured by the- - ' -
UNION STEAM AND WATER:HEATING
COMPANY OF PRILADFr' par A.
.41 South FOURTH Street.
B. M. FRIITWELURtiii't
toTHOMSON'S LONDON RITORENER,
'OR EUROPEAN RANGE, for families,
'hotels or public institutions, .in. TWENTY
DIFFERENT SIZES. Also, Philadel.
phut Ranges, Hot Air Purns.ces r Portable ileateist
.Lowdewn Grates. Tireboard Stcfrell, sattußoilet6,
Stewhole Phttes, Broilers, Cooking Stcms...fce:.,al
wholesale and'retail; by the mannisoturers. •
CHASE,. PIARPE dr. THOMSON, .
- mh7m, w, f,Om4 - - No. 200 N.
rp .A.-s .-S. D I-X.O kt,•
L > „Late Andrews is Dixon t - •
- ?MK CHESTNUT sweat, plallatielpitici.c
Opposite United• States Mint,
g I EME 'Et _ • -
AND OTHER. El-n.A.T.ES.
Par Ar.tdracite, IDtuntiannz end Wood Fires.
WARM AIR FURNACES.
.or warming public cu priyata blld e,
REGISTERS, ..tiOrTMATORX= • - -
, - • 113ECURNEY
4.100.-3- RANGES. BATH Rm.!
w - HOLESA.T.F. AND RETAIL. use
kriotexlenaci v (Hail
TN THE ORPHANS', COURT FOR. THE CITY
1 AND. COUNTY OF PHrLADEL 'HI A—Es
tate of SAMUEL ri. , DIATTIIEWS.—The Auditor
appointed by the Court to audit, settle and adjust
the account of JOHN' W. HICKS, Guardian of
SAMUEL L. MATTHEWS, and ti make distri
'bution_ofthe balance in the hands of the account-.
- ant; will meet the par ies interasLcd for the par-.
poses of his' appointment, on WEDNESDAY . .
May 11th,' 1831, at '4 o' cloak P. M., at his office.
.No. 142 South SIXTH street , in.tue city of Phila
delphia: - J. HERVEY BRYAN,
ar29- f, to, w• St Audi tor.
T N THE ORPHANS' OOLTRTPOR THE CITY
1 OF PHILADELPHIA—ESP/ITE OF OWEN
WEBER, decessett•—The Auditor appointed;
by the Court to audit, settle and- adjust • the ••ac-
Count of • HENRY B. SOTILIEF ER; Adthinis
.trator of the estate of Owen Weber, deceased.
and to make distribution of the balance in the
bands of the accountant; will Meet the parties hi
terested, for the purposes of his appointment, on
TELUR:WAY. May I.2thoSal. mtt o' clock P. EL.'
at his Milne, N0.'142. South SIXTH 'Street, in- the
city. of Philadelphia. • .T. HERVEY BRYAN,
. ap29=fr,m. 5t41 • . Auditor.
' ,D/800 1 18137,
USEFUL Adial VAttr A ALlit
DISCOV".ra 1 -
Is of more general 'practical utility
thon any invention now before the
public. Ithas been thoroughly test-
ed dnringthe last two years by grao-'
tical men, and pronounced by all to
SUPERIOR TO ANY
Adhesive Preparation known:l
Hilton's Insoluble Cement, 1.13 -
at:twat thing, and-therP-. 5. nit of years •
of study • its combination is on *,
SCIENdaFIC "Plil-ATUIPK.MS., -
and -under no- cirormstandes = -
change of temperature, will it be- i
I come corrupt. or emit.any' 9111nu.iTle,
Boot and Shoe
BOOT AND SlatiE
Manufacturers usinkMachines will
find it' the best article known for',oe,
meriting -the Ohannel, ns it •-criar.zs
without delay, is not affected by aril'
change of temperature.
JR - WEL - eats
will audit suffibientlyndhenve fee
theiruse, as has been proved.
It hi Especially All.typted to
Lad we claina-as as e special
that it Stick& Patches and Linings to
Boots and Shoes sufficiently stung
withoutsutehing.' • -• •
IT IS TEE ONLY
LIQUID CEMENT i EXTANT!'
That is a sure thing for =tending.
F`tandture, CrockerYt ;Wary:
Bone. Ivory . , --
And artioleeatlfousehcad Use..
Cam= is 'irrs liquidlorm and. air,
easily applieliaa pasta;• '/Efiiton's
:Nubia Ceemot is insoluble in *aim
or oil. Hilton's tir.zolublvOcagataci
heres oily sulisttinoes. , ; , -.:
Supplied in Family or retiurnfricto.-:
rer' a Packages fronvitatltcrElO Hu;
- HILTON 'MHOS: - et. 00.. - '
• • • .Proprietorg, ;Prorria oneo, -H. I. •
aibaphia, Lam% re. mAciniqua t
rist,4 Joseph Eloctifesr 4t Co? as N.
Agents in .P
No. 30'N. T
riorrON §4.,_lL.Ducix, uorroN ot - vAts,.• IT
'Li of eserr Nrelgrkt, ?roir onem!t'we i'vei.d.e. sa • .-,,
numbers; limn ant 403. RAV'EN • Ittrgtig,H
ASHLAND 'I`OPSP.L.r., neat caner A. • 4 Twiller•,.):
vr 4 z 3
Pa•per • Telting, Sa Twine, Er..a. _
_._ \ •_•,,.. ;, _
For'snle b 7 - - 'W. it — IV'ER4: 4 V-im-a t;` , • 4 • , - ..1
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TERS,"&t; - : -