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CHANGES IN THE NAMES OF

STREETS, LANES AND ALLEYS IN PHILADELPHIA.

The present name is first mentioned, in Italics. To this succeed such other names as the street may have had, commencing with the oldest.

STREETS IN THE OLD CITY. Aberdeen st., from Union to Spruce st., west of Second st.--Comptroller st., Ashland st.

Albion st., from Twenty-first st. west, north of Lombard st.-Aspen st.

Arch st.-Holme st., Mulberry st.

Arizona st., from Twelfth to Dean st., south of Locust st.---Venango st.

Ashhurst st., south of Market st. to Elbow lane, cast of Third st.-Beetles' lane, Biddle's st., Bidwell's alley.

Aurora st., from Ninth st. south of Locust st. -Shield's alley.

Azalia st., east from Fifteenth st., above Race st.-Miller's alley.

Balch st., from New st. to Vine st., west of Second st.- Baker's alley.

Bank st. was formerly Elbow lane, from Market st. south, and turning west to Third st. It was called Whitehorse alley from Market st., and when opened through to Chestnut st. the whole of it, including Whitehorse alley, was called Bank st.

Barker st., from Twenty-second st. east, south of Market st.-Ash alley.

Barnwell st., from Pine to South, east of the Schuylkill River-Bank st.

Bartram st., south of Spruce st., from Sixth to Seventh st.--Barclay's alley, Elizabeth st.

Bay st., south of Spruce st., from Sixth to Seventh st. - Portland lanç.

Benezet st., east from Eleventh st., south of Arch st.- Prospect st.

Bennett st., from Seventh to Eighth st., south of Chestnut st.-Morris st.

Berlin st., north from South st., west of Fourth st.-Charles st.

blackhorse alley, from Front to Second st., south of Market st. -Ewer's alley.

Bradford st., from Spruce to Pine st., west of Sixteenth st. - Pratt st.

Broad st., from Olive to Filbert st., east of Fifteenth st., Oak st., Merrick st.; west of Thirteenth st., Juniper st.

Buckley st., from Fifth to Sixth st., south of Spruce si.--Clover alley:

Button st., from Thirteenth to Juniper st., north of Market st. -- Buttonwood alley.

Canby st., from Twelfth to Thirteenth st., between Lindall alley and Locust st.–Centre st.

Carning st., from Eleventh to Quince st., south of Walnut st.-Centre alley.

Cherry st., west of Third st., north from Arch st.--Hill st., Cherry alley.

Chestnut st., from the Delaware to the Schuylkill River, Wynne st.; west of Schuylkill River, James st.

Chippewa st., from Morris to Fifteenth st., south of Pine st.-King st.

Church st., from Front to Second st., north of Market st. ---Pewter Platter alley, Jones's alley; west of Second st., Church alley.

Commerce st. is composed of Commerce st. from Fourth to Fifth st. ; South alley, from Fifth to Sixth st. ; also of Mulberry court, running from Sixth st. toward Seventh st.; Pearson's

court, which ran from Seventh st. toward Sixth st. When those courts were cut through, the avenue was called St. James' st.

Cowley st., from Thirteenth to Juniper st., below Vine st.-Clair alley.

Cowslip st., from Fifteenth to Sixteenth st., north of Race st.-Say's alley.

Craven st., from Front to Second st., north of Race st.-George alley, Coates' alley.

Crown st., running north from Race st., above Fourth st.-Pennington's alley.

Cullen st., west of Seventh st., below Lombard st.-Bradford's alley.

Cuthbert st. is composed of Sheaf st. from Eleventh to Thirtcenth ; Paper alley from Thirteenth to Broad; Stanberry st. from Broad to Fifteenth: Bickham st. from Fifteenth to Sixteenth; Courtney st. from Sixteenth to Eighteenth ; Dorothca st. from Eighteenth to Twentysecond st., and Ann st., west of Twenty-second ; all south of Arch st.

Dallas st., from Thirteenth to Juniper st., south of Chestnut st.-Davis or Davison's alley.

Dean st., from Spruce st. south, west of Twelth st.-Perry st.

Decatur st., south from Market st., between Sixth and Seventh sts.-Clymer's alley, Turner's alley.

De Soto st., from Leisenring, west of Twelfth, to Struthers st.-Joseph's alley.

Drury st., from Thirteenth to Juniper st., south of Chestnut st.-Diamond st.

Duponceau st., from Walnut to Spruce st., west of Eighth st. --Blackberry alley.

Eighteenth st.-Schuylkill Fifth st.

Eljreth's alley, from Front to Second st., be. tween Arch and Race sts.-Gilbert's alley.

Elmslie's alley, from Second to Levant st., south of Dock st.-Lownes's alley.

Elwyn st., from Cherry to Race st., west of Ninth'st.-Webb's alley.

Ely st., north from Locust st., cast of Eleventh st.- Poplar alley.

Erety st., from Sixteenth to Seventeenth st., south of Locust st.--Emerald st.

Eutaw st., from Cherry to Race st., west of Seventh st.-Wagner's alley.

Evelina st., from Third st. east to Levant st., north of Spruce st. --York st.

Exchange place, south from Chestnut st., between Second and Third sts.-Goforth alley, Smith's alley.

Exeter st., from Sixteenth to Seventeenth st., south of Chestnut st.-Chatham st.

Fairfield st., from Twenty-second to Twentythird st., north of Market st.-Wyoming st.

Fifteenth st.--Schuylkill Eighth st.

Filbert st. is composed of Sugar alley, Farmer st., west of Sixth st.; Brooke, Elder, Zane st., from Seventh to Eighth st., and Filbert st. west of Eighth st.

Fillmore st., from Pine to Cox st., between Sixteenth and Seventeenth sts. - Ashland st.

Filson st., north from Arch st., west of Twentysecond st. - Willing st.

Fitch st., south of Race st., east of Twentysecond st. --Fulton st.

Ford st., from Pine to Lombard st., west of Nineteenth st.-- Elm st.

Fothergill st., from Pine to Lombard st., between Ninth and Tenth sts.--Cordwainer's alley.

Gales st., from New to Vine st., west of Second st.-George's alley.

(1878.

Second Month,]

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FEBRUARY.
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Venus 50 north of the Moon Feb. 4 5 42 A.M. Valentine's Day..

Saturn 50 south

5 6 37 AN. Shrove Tuesday.

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6 Uranus 12° north

17 4 55 AM Jupiter a'

27 11 57 P.M. St. Patrick's Day.. Palm Sunday..

Apr. 14 MERCURY will be about yo (the diameter of Maundy Thursday.

18 the moon) north of Jupiter on the evening of Good Friday

Feb. 6, and if the sky is clear will be visible just 19

after sundown. Easter Sunday

21

Venus and Saturn approach within about one Whitsunday

Juno 9 degree May 6, Venus being one degree north. Trinity Sunday ........

16

The planet Mercury will pass across the sun's

disk in the afternoon of May 6. St. John the Baptist's Day..

24 Mercury and Mars will be only one-fifth of a All Saints' Day......

Nov. 1 degree apart July 22, at rh, 28m. P. M. All Souls' Day

count of its close proximity to Mars, just after

sundown will be a favorable time to look for the Advent Sunday

.Dec.

bright but rarely seen planet Mercury. Christmas Day

25 On the morning of December 7 five of the Ple. St. John the Evangelist's Day...........

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Tauri will be occulted by the moon. 27

A crazy sailor found his way to the deep-soil Ar the Dunsink Observatory the Meridian Cir. thermometers of the Royal Observatory at Edcle has been employed in making observations inburgh, and broke up the whole series. The of the red stars contained in Dr. Schjellerup's lunatic is now maintained at public expense, but catalogue, and also of the red stars taken from the observatory has no funds wherewith to repair a catalogue prepared by Mr. Birmingham.

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st.,

Gatzmer st., from Front to Second st., south Mackinaw st., from Eighth to Chester st., of Chestnut st.-Hutton's lane, Gray's alley.

south of Vine st. ---Lemon st. Gibbon st., from Eleventh st. to Fairies' court, Manning st., from Twenty-second to Twentysouth of Vine st.-Gray's alley.

fifth st., north of Spruce st. ---Mary st. Godwin st., north of Arch, from Bread to Manship st., from Steadman to Locust st., Third st.-Watkins' alley, Feiter lane.

above Eleventh st.–Mercer st. Gold st., from Second to Dock, above Walnut Market st., from the Delaware to the Schuyl-New Bank alley, Bank alley.

kill River, High st. ; west of the Schuylkill River, Goodivater st.,'from Washington Square to Washington st. Eighth st., south of Walnut st.-Park st.

Mattis st., from Dock to Second st. - Little Gothic st., from Front to Second st., north of

Dock st. Walnut, Norris' lanc, Norris'alley; from Second Mayland st., from Race to Vine st., east of st. to Exchange place, Lodge alley.

Sixth st. ---Sassafras alley: Graydon st., from Say st., between Sixteenth Medical st., from Tenth to Juvenal st., north and Seventeenth st.-Moore's alley.

of Walnut st. ----Juniper alley. Griscom st., west of Fourth st., from Spruce Melloy sť., from Fifteenth to Seventeenth st., to Pine st.-Green's court.

north of Chestnut st.-Linden st. Hagner st., from South st. to Rodman, west Merchant st., west from Fourth st., south of of Eleventh st.-Hamilton st.

Market st.-Greenleaf st., Petty's alley. Hand st., from Twentieth to Twenty-first st., Minster st., from Seventh to Eighth st., south south of Pine st-Harrison st.

of Pine st. - Little Pine st. Heins st., from Twelfth to Thirteenth south Moravian st., west from Fifteenth st., above of Spruce st. -Adams st.

Walnut st.–Jefferson st., Lewis st. Hickey st., south from Market st., west of Morgan st., south of Vine st., between Ninth Fifteenth st. -Howard st.

and Tenth sts., Rachel st.; from Tenth to Elev. Highland st., from Tenth to Eleventh st., enth st., North st. north of Market st.-Hunter st,

Mulford st., west from Twenty-third st. to Hillsdale st., from Cherry to Race st., cast of the Schuylkill River-Madison st. Fourth st.-Sterling alley.

Nassau st., west from Ninth st., south of Race Hud on st., south from Market st., east of st.-Richard st. Fourtl. st., is composed of Franklin court, Frank- Naudain st., south of Lombard st., is comlin place, and of Whalebone alley south from posed of William st. from Eighteenth to NincChestnut st.

teenth st.; McDuffic st., from Nineteenth to Illinois st., south of Locust st., east of Eigh- Twenty-first st.; and Meredith st., from Twentyteenth st.-Harrison st.

first to Twenty-second st. Inglis st., from Front to Second st., south of New st., from Front to Fourth st., south of Vine Chestnut-Sykes' lane, Abraham Taylor's alley. st., is composed of Key's alley from Front to

Iseminger st., from Budd to Heins st., south Second ; Elm st. from Second to Third ; Story st. of Spruce st., east of Thirteenth st.-Jackson from Third to Fourth st. st.

Nineteenth st.-Schuylkill Fourth st. Jayne st., running from Sixth to Ninth st., Palmetto st., from Fifteenth to Sixteenth st., north of Chestnut, is composed of Carpenter's north of Race st.-Rittenhouse st. alley from Sixth to Seventh st.; Lodge alley, Penn st., south from Pine to Almond st., from Seventh to Eighth st.; Grape st., froin between Delaware av. and Larkin st.-- Plum Eighth to Ninth st.

Juvenal st., from Sansom to Walnut st., west Quarry st., from Third to Bread st., south of of Tenth st.-- Juniper lane.

Race st. -Kerr's alley.
Kelton st., from Race to Cherry st., west of Race st. -Songhurst st., Sassafras st.
Broad st.-King st.

Ranstead court, west from Fourth st., above Kemble st., from Twelfth to Thirteenth st., Chestnut st.-Patton's alley. south of Pine st.-Mimin st.

Rodman st., above South st., is composed of Kempton st., east from Sixth st., north of Bonsall st. from Ninth to Tenth st.; WashingSpruce st.–Miller's alley.

ton st., from Eleventh to Twelfth st.; Ann st., Kent st., north of Pine st., near the Schuyl- from Twelfth to Thirteenth st.; Owen st., from kill River-Clay st.

Thirteenth to Juniper st. Kingston st., from Thirteenth to Juniper st., Rodney st., north from Pine st. and west of south of Walnut st.--Clark st.

Tenth st.-Orange st. Landis st., from Fourth to Fifth st., north of Ristine st., from Maple to Lemon st., west of Spruce st.- Marshall's court,

Eighth st.-James st. Landreth st., from Twelfth to Thirteenth st., Sansom st. is composed of Little George from north of Cherry st.-Margaretta st.

Sixth to Seventh st.; Sansom st., from Seventh Lardner st., from Broad to Fifteenth st., north to Eighth st., and George st.,

from Eighth st. of Spruce st.-Westmoreland st.

to the River Schuylkill. Larkin st., from Lombard to South east Schell st., from Vine to Maple st., west of of Front st. - Little Water st.

Eighth st.-Mechanic st. Latimer st , from Fifteenth to Sixteenth st., Sedgwick st., from Walnut to Sansom st., west south of Locust st.-Ritner st.

of Sixth st. - Swanson court, Swanwick st. Leisenring st., from Twelfth to Thirteenth st., Sergeant st. is composed of Morgan st., aftersouth of Vine st. - Montgomery st., Monterey st. ward Elizabeth st., from Ninth to Tenth st., and

Levant st., from Spruce to Pear st., cast of Castle st., from Tenth to Eleventh st.
Third st.-Laurel st.

Seventeenth st.--Schuylkill Sixth st. Locust st., north of Spruce st., from Fourth Shellbark st., from Thirteenth to Juniper st., to Sixth st.-Shippen's alley, Prune st.

south of Race st.-Walnut alley.

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(1878.

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THE TIDES,
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greatest bril. 88 29 F 5 49 4 47 6 21 4 1 9 11 2 29 25 10 47 11 11 5 456 65.68.58 P.M. OOC 89 30 S

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4 28 6 22 4 24 9 52 3 28 26 11 33 11 54 6 30 6 52 5.8 11.10 P.M. Sir, sets. 5 46 4 10 6 23 4 45 10 311 4 27 27 10 14 7 13 7 33 5.8 11.20 P.M. Ant. rise MARCH.

be visible over the whole of North America and d. h. m.

part of North-eastern Asia. It commences at Venus 87° north of the Moon 2 7 26 A.M. Philadelphia about 4' P.M., where the Eclipse Mercury 21° south

2 2 44 P.M. will be only partial, the central line lying west Saturn

4 7 30 PM.

of the Mississippi River, Mars 474

99 16 P.M. Fourth : A Partial Eclipse of the Moon, Aug. Uranus So north

16 2 20 P.M. 12, 1878, visible at Philadelphia. The Eclipse Jupiter 10

27 4 4 P.M. Venus

begins at th. 2om. P.M, and ends at gh. 54m. 29 8 58 P.M.

P.M. The Moon will therefore rise eclipsed and

gradually emerge from the Earth's shadow, beECLIPSES IN 1878.

coming full and bright about two hours before In the year 1878 there will be four Eclipses its meridian passage. --two of the Sun and two of the Moon and a Fifth : A Transit of Mercury over the Sun's Transit of Mercury over the Sun's disk.

disk, May 6, 1878. The planet enters upon the First: An Annular Eclipse of the Sun, Feb. 1, Sun's disk at 10% A.M., and leaves it at 5*, P.M. 1878, invisible in Philadelphia. This Eclipse will be visible in Australia, and from that isl- There is one aspect of the Philadelphia Led. and over the ocean toward the South Pole. No ger that must not be omitted. I mean the perpart of any continent is reached by the shadow icct independence of the paper in regard to local of the Moon.

and general corruptions. It does not hesitate. Second: A Partial Eclipse of the Moon, Feb. It strikes out bold and quick. Its rhetoric is 17. 1878, partly visible in Philadelphia. The not so trenchant as that of Russel Jarvis, when Eclipse begins 3h. 40m. A.n, on the 17th, and he took “the bull by the horns," twenty and ends at 8h. 4om. A.M. The Moon will therefore wenty-five years ago, and when he stirred the set during the Eclipse in the early morning, sensibilities of the medical students and the pro

Third A Total Eclipse of the Sun, July 29; slavery mobs; but it is more effective, because 1878, visible at Philadelphia. This Eclipse will inore moderate.-Col. Fohn W. Forney.

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Silver st., from Twelfth to Juniper st., north of Market st.-Laurence st.

Sixteenth st.-Schuylkill Seventh st. Sonora st., from Vine to North st., west of Tenth st.–Leiper alley.

Souder st., east from Tenth st , below Pine st. -Wayne st.

South st.-Cedar st.

South Penn Square, from Juniper to Fifteenth st.-Olive st.

Spruce st.-Dock st.

Steadman st., from Quince to Dean st., below Walnut st.-Warren st.

Stockton st., from Mifflin to Lombard st., west of Twelfth st.- Orleans st.

Struthers st., east from Thirteenth st., south of Vine st.--Marion st.

Susser st., from Graff to Sheaff st., west of Eleventh st.-Oak st.

Trotter's alley, from Second to Strawberry st. -Strawberry lane.

Twentieth st.-Schuylkill Third st. Twenty-first st.-Schuylkill Second st. Twenty-fifth st., from Locust to South st.Willow st.; from Vine st. north, John st.,

Fairmount av.

Twenty-fourth st., from Locust st, south, near Schuylkill River-Beach st.; from Vine st. north, William st.

Twenty-second st.-Schuylkill Front st.

Twenty-third st., south of Market st., Ashton st., Cedar st. ; north of Vine st., Washington st., Nixon st.

Vasey st., west from Seventeenth st., north of Pine st.-Lemon st.

Vaughn st., from Walnut to Locust st., west of Fifteenth st.-Knoodle st.

Vine si. -Valley st.
Walnut st.-Pool st.

Washington Square, from Walnut to Locust st., east of Eighth st.--Columbia av., Seventh st.

Water st.–The street under the Bank, King st.

Welsh st., west from Twenty-fifth st., above South st.-Carbon st.

Wetherill st., from Pine to Lombard st., west of Broad st.-Murray st., Morris st., Blackstone

Wilcox st., from Twenty-fourth to Twentyfifth st., between Biddle and Willow sts. Murray st.

Winslow st., from Twelfth to Thirteenth st., north of Race st.-Wager st.

Winter st., from Fifteenth to Sixteenth st., between Vine and Summer sts.-George st.

Wynkoop st., from Thirteenth to Juniper st., south of Lombard st.-Wyoming st.

Zenobia st., west from Eleventh st., below
Walnut st.-Charlotte st.
STREETS IN THE OLD DISTRICTS OF NORTHERN

LIBERTIES, KENSINGTON, SPRING GARDEN
AND PORT RICHMOND.

Adrian st., north and south of Thompson st., west of Frankford av.--Amber st.

Alston st., from Montgomery av, to Frankford av.- Mary st.

Amber'st., from Ann st. to Alleghany av., west of Frankford av.-Waterloo st.

Amboy st., south from Oxford st., east of Broad st.-Robinson st.

America st., from Masters st. north, west of Second st.-Washington st.

Andress st., from Mount Vernon to Melon st., west of Twelfth st.–Orange st.

Ann st., west from the Delaware River, above William st. ---Richmond lane.

Artisan st., from Ball st., below Norris st.Price st.

Atmore st., cast from Broad to Thirteenth st., north of Brown st. --Miller st.

Banam st., north of Girard av., west of Fif. teenth st. - Park st.

Beach st. is composed of Oak st., afterward Washington av., from Willow st. north to the High Bridge (Kensington), and Hall st. northeast of the Cohocksink Creek and Oak st.

Belgrade st., from Frankford av, to Otis st., north of Thompson st. ---West st.

Belrose st., from Willow to Noble st., cast of Third st. --Sansom's alley.

Berks st., from Front to Broad st. --Chatham st.

Blanche st., north from Mount Vernon to Hare st.- Rose st.

Bodine st., from Jefferson st. to Montgomery av., below Cadwalader st.-Adams st.

Bolivar st., from New Market to Second st., north of Vine st.--Peiffer's alley.

Brabant st., north from William st. (Port Richmond)- Bank st.

Brandywine st., east from Broad st., south of Green st.-Centre st.

Brooke st., from Buttonwood st. to Fairmount av., east of Third st.-Rose alley.

Buttonwood st. is composed of Tammany st. from Second to Third st.; Buttonwood st., from Third to Old York road; Logan st., from Old York road to Ridge av., continued to Broad st. ; Fairview st., west from Broad st.

Callowhill st., from the Delaware to Fourth st.-New st.

Camac st., north from Masters st., west of Twelfth st.--Mulvany st.

Canal st.-Cohocksink Creek,

Canton st., north from Callowhill st., west of Ninth st.-Charles st.

Charter st., from Amber st. to Trenton av., north of Dauphin st.--Clymer st.

Chatham st., from Buttonwood to Green st., west of Fifth st.-Weaver st., Julianna st.

Chelton av. (Germantown - Market st.

Chenango ., from School to William st. Benton st.

China st., north from Buttonwood st., above York av.-Little Crown st.

Claiborne st., south from Ball to Plum st. (Kensington)-Charles st.

Clifton st., south from Clearfield st. - Pearl st.

Clyde st., west from Beaver st., north of Green st.- Rex's court.

Cohocksink st. is composed of Bilyeu st. from Columbia av. to Oxford st.; Robinson st., from Oxford to Masters st.; Merchantst., from Masters to Thompson st.; and Robertson st., from Poplar to Parrish st. Columbia av.,

from the Delaware River to Frankford av., below Palmer st.-Hanover st.

Crease st., from Richmond st. to Frankford av., between Shackamaxon and Marlborough sts. -Crown st.

Cuyler st., west from Nineteenth st., north of Callowhill st. --Cypress st.

Dana st., from Front to Second st., south of Green st.- Artillery lane, Duke st.

Darien st., from Brown to Masters st., west of Eighth st.-Clinton st.

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