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THE DAILY EVENING- TELEGRAPH PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1868.
THE LATEST NEWS.
Seymour Carries Oregon by About
More of Delmar's Eccentricities.
Cstpalch to the Asuoeiateet Frets.
Washington, Nov. 15. The Director of the
Bureau of Statistics it preparing au elaborate
report upon the statistics ol taiatlon la the
United States. It will exhibit the Federal,
State, county, township, and corporation taxe
in detail throughout the country. The total
am of the various revenues now exceeds $700,
000,000 per annum, a rum which forms a con.
iderablc portion of the entire earamtrs of the
people. The various forma of taxation are di
cussed with minuteotss, and the report em
braces the statistics of 37 States, 2159 coiutics
nd a still larger number of municipalities.
Seymour Carries Oregon. .
Ban FBAMOieoo, Nov. 10. Seymour carries th
State of Oregon by about 200 majority.
Flo r $5'25C'25. Wheat, choice shipping
$175. Legal tender!, 71 eents.
A Remedy for Fraud.
New Tobk, Nov. 12 Governor Fc.ton ha
undtr advUemcnt a proposition to ca'l an extra
ae clon of the State Senate. The alleged elec
tkm frauds Is said to be one reason of the con
MUSICAL ASP DRAMATIC.
The la-t instalment of Offenbach with which
we have been favored in this city improves as
we become more familiar with it. As we have
already remarked, it is characterized through
out by tbo peculiarities which stamp Offenbach's
scores with an individuality more marked than
that of any otter prominent composer, with the
exception, perhaps, of Warner, the musician of
the future. At every siaco in the soore the
striking features of Li Grande Duihesre and
La Belle Hrtene are repeated, the most promi
nent of theru beins that lemarksble transition
from the lower to the hither register which can
only be effected by the interposition
of a sound closely approaching a
half-suppressed howl. Tt is not hlffh
art; Indeed, to the critical ear it conveys the
impieesion that the composer is deScient in the
resource! of high art. Bat it is very taking
with an audience that h bent upon being
pleased with every musical atrocity that
Offenb'fh has perpetrated; and, when accom
panied with the peculiar expression of feature
and pose of the whole holy which are affected
by both Tostee and Irma, it never falls to please
the fauy of the audience and to elicit the most
The repetition of Barbe B eue reveals severa'
attractive strains which are insured popularity
by the time that we have seen nud heard as
niuch o' Barbe B cue a. we have of La Orandi
Lvchtsne. Mofct prominent among these arc the
aria sunpr by "Boulotte," near the close o." the
second act. commencing with the words,
"Fourquoi qu Vs m' fon' tons les gros yeutf "
rendeied by Irma In tho niot captivating
style; and tboleuend of "Blue Beard," in the
first act, "Ma premiere femme es'. re," into
which the rollicking Aujac iluo8 all the jolly
earnestness and humorous pathos of his true
artist's oi. Of a much higher rank than boih
these in point of intrinsic merit is th'j
ensemble in the third ac, "Brigand, ma
jeunesse," and "Amours nouvelles," to which
full justice is reuderod oy both Irma and Aujue.
The situation is ore wlrch calls for an unusual
display ol vocal and histrionic power. "Blue
Beard,'' inspired by his new love for the
"Princess Ilermia," announce to "Boulotte
that she must share the l.itz of her predecessors,
and does it in tho most tantHlizinti way, as if
the rapid transition of bis affections were at
once an excellent jcko and a liar ah decree of
fate. 4UoulotU" at first, accepts the former
bearing of the case bIodo; but when she is fully
convinced that there is a it-rrible earnestness lu
her unprincipled spouse, she assumes the most
vchemeut stjle, hurls the sharpest luvectives at
her faithless and cruel lord, and pleads her
youth, ber tears, and her womau'd weakness
with graud effect. This touching scene is inter
preted by Irma and Aujac with a fervor auJ
artistic tasto which iinpii'-s their auditors with
a high sense of their culture and powers. The
accompanying score is not remirkbly difficult,
but it approaches the btandarJ of the school of
true art more closely than anythinir whlctt we
can now call to ruiud lu such of Offenbach's
productions as we have listened to. In the
midst of the composer's trivial brilliauc'u-s, the
whole scene Is a rare cm. which cau be ail tho
better ai picclated by reason of. its light and
spark liner tettiug.
Bist vt. Uisst Mauk, Ukst Fitting Heady -male
Clothing la the il'y, equal to customer work la
every reopeat. Alto, oti rice stock ox selected styles
of Piece Ooodi, to be made to order,
AU price guaranteed lower than the lowest elsewhere,
and H tut Hf action giuarantted every purchaser, or
the tale cancelled ami money refundtd.
Ball tout between 1 Bnjhtt A Co.,
tUlhand Y Tiiw Hr,L,
Sixth ttreeli. ) No. l MakkktSt.,
Attn No- on Bboadway, nw Yokk.
fnooTiNO Btbb. Everybody that wants to see
anything warns o sea I be showing star., but every
body does not want to be op all bight watching, and
as bo one knows exactly wa n the celestial fireworks
will be set off, to know hiw, wben, and wbere to look
lor tbein may not bs uninteresting. All agree tbey
at set off Irons the cooatella.Ioo Leo the Hon, which
cannot be teen to advantage before s o'clock lu the
morning, above the east horUoo the mldtle of No
vember, aud twilight will begin about s.'i o'clock
wben Uie Linn's bead will be nearly on the meridian,
ten degr es below the inltd.aod bis tall on a line
from tbe aeolth to the southeast, bait-way up, or alti
tude 41 deg. Bo any one sleeping la a room with a
window opening east or south auay easily watob
wben tbat interesting dlplay will take place and
those who want to know more definitely may get
Ibat valuable Information from the Movable Heral
s pberes, at No- tia Arob street, Philadelphia, or at
any other Book Wore,
CAarKTS.Houeekeepera (and especially conn try
merchants and farmers visiting the city) will find It
to their Interest by calling at J. T. Delacroix's whole,
s ale and retail carpet warehouse, No. as South Second
at reel, above Oheinut, before pnrohaalug elsewhere
8 tt a.arrtls?sint la toother c-lxax,
FAKTAtAowfl catlo tit.
Pantaloons out fasblonablr.
Pantaloons cut U the Fmeh style.
Pantaloons In tbe Bngllsb style.
Twa frwT Pahtaloon otmii ix rum Vtnion
Chakxm Btokh A Oo.'a,
No. it Ohesnut street,
Iixw Pbbwch Valw Boots ahd Oaitfbs. The
man who baa never experienced the pleasure of
wearing a pair ol boots made by William H. Helweg,
la to soma extent an objeot r commiseration. We
speak knowingly, havlof worn Helweg's boots for
year. Tbelr oomtbrt, however, la not their only
recommendation, as tbey are made of the beet mate
rial and In tbe very best manner Helweg will ao
employ an Incompetent Workman; therefore bis
work le always firat-olaaa. Bis store and faotory la
at No. 685 Arch Street, pent to the corner of Blxtb.
Pbincb of Walks
Tna PBiNCKOfCoATt'OTTBBS. A perfect gem of the
Chablbs Stokwh A C'o.'s.
No. S2l chesnut street.
2010 oasm or ooMsnnPTtow ctraan.
Profeeor Troeseaa, of tbe Children's Hospital
Paris, reports that, In two thousand cases of Con
sumption, la which the formula for Upham $ Freth
iftat Cure was used. It cured nearly every one. it
allays the cough, heals the lungs, and gives a new
lease or lire. Bold $1 per bottle, or six fort. Joatr
ston, Hoixowat A Cow sBM, No. SOI Area street.
Jbwblby. Mr. William W.Cassldy, No. 12 South
Second street, has the largest and most attractive
assortment of fine ewe.ry and silverware la the city.
Purchasers can relynpon ob atalug a reat, pure arti
cle lurnlshed at a price which cannot be equalled.
He also bas a large stock o-f American Western
watches In all varieties and at all prices. A visit to
bis store is sure to result in pleasure and profit.
A suit made from the Nav ConoaaD PcorcnCna
voiie and Ibihh Fbkixk, as they are gotten up at
No. 821 Cheenut atreet, Is far ahead of anything In
ihat line In tbe country. Try one.
UHAai.as si to bt as A Oo.
Mb. Hasettink's CollkcTion or Oil Paintings.
The collctlon of floe European and American
Paintings collected by Mr. C P. Haselllae; will be
sold this evening, at 7X o'olock, at Birch Avon's Art
Oallery, No jlUO C'heennt sti eet,
Drink tbe famous Arctic Soda Water, and read Thi
Evbminci Tllxskaph. at Hlilman's News Stand, at
North Pennsylvania Depot.
G ao via A Bakbb'b Highest Premium sewing
Sfachtnes, No. 730 Cheenut street.
Tbknwith'i Nkws Dkpot. lately opened on Ohes
nutalweut of Sixth, No. h!4 Is a model esmhllnhtuen t
ol Its kind in every respect. Nealy Uued up. airy,
llftlu. and convenient. gooOe coiiHplouoiisly displayed,
eptvchlus lu Derfeot order, it 1m reallva n naura 11
stop lu hU pi act-. We havo Jiist received (rum lilm
"Harper-a weenij- ana -aioainiy," ine "Ailaaitc
Montuly," "0ailc Monthly," etc In addition f
these all the other periodicals, doiuretin and foruiirn,
the Jnliy papers published here, Id New Yora. and
other places, and the latest books can be found ii.ioj
his counters. He degprvea success, and will seoare it.
THIS IS A 0O0 TIMS TO BUY
THIS 1)S A CIUOD TIME Til BUY
THIH IH A UvD TIViK TO ItUY
THIS IS A MO(II) TIMK TO BUY
THIS IS A GOOD TIMK TO BUY
THIS IS A OOOO TIMK TO IIITV
THIS I-S A OHOD TIMK TO BUY
111 IS IS A GOOD TIMK TO BUY
GENTS' AND HOYS' CLOTH K
UENT8' AND HOYS' CLOTH KS.
GKNl'S AND BOYS' UI,OTtfK..
GKNIis' AND HOYV CLOTHES
OKN TS' AND HOYS' CLOrillii
GENTS' AND HOYS' CLOTH lis.
GKNTS' A"D HOYS CLOl'IIKS.
tJICTrf AND BOYS' CLOTHKS.
j ? - The pre fine nf Ike ait thre wrrkf en-ib''1Z&
0$ us In buy and munufwlure chmiprr thnn peijiilf iiH
0fhave ana Ulia o'. We have an rnorautut atttck
Hii-nnUweeellino it rapidly, beoausn of ill gupe-- it3X
Vtrrtor rtnlxh and marvrlt nmhi modern. pricci'io.
mM'Our 'euuiUert are replmishradtHv with
P.UBINKSB AND UrtKSS KUIT3,
BOYS' SUITS OP IiVKKI KIND,
AVCOU.K AND 8KB THEM.
11' NA M A h ft'JJ B HO W.V.
The Lai act Walking Ilnuir,
OAK HA I, I..
The. OmiT of 6 IX TH and MA H KI'.T St'fe'n.
LATTA WITHERS. On the 12th instant, at the
Cliurcli orst Mailuas by t e Iteomr 1. Kibu F.
('liii-o. JAMts W. LA l'TA to SUE L., daughter of
the late Hanson I . Withers.
CONROT. At KeT Orleans, September 22. 1H98 Mr.
JAJ1HS H COM.OY. Ute Kt(:Hiiy C'cik N.O. f. O.i
grandson of the la'e Tnooiai McKinloy, agod 27 years
and 11 mouth.
The lHliitlves and friends of the family, aud olllcers
aLd members ol tho ls:d and DiiMi Het'liuents P. v., are
res) eutl'ully Invited to attend tbe funeral, from the
reemeuce of his undo, Mr. John It. Ho itt. No. Hi s.
Fl lli hlreel. on IMindav afternoon al s n'ulnflr. To
proceed to Philanthropic Cemetery.
KAEP.-On tbe morning ot the loth Instant, LIL.
Llh. i, wife of Theodore Earp, la tbe 3 id year of ber
The relatives and friends of tbe family are respect
fully luvittd 16 attend the luoeial, from the resldaooe
Of htt buslinnd No. loiii Arch street, on Friday
mnmlnt. the laili loRtant, at lOo'clocr.
1'OltD. On the evenlna or the 10'h lnHtaat, after a
lltigcrlng illneen,;at..ltyE VV. KORD.la the Wth year
ol his (go.
1 he ruiatlves and male friends of the family, also
Phekinali Li Uge, No. tits, A. Y. M,; t'eUuiou League
of the Ctly of flilladelphU; JSa ional aud utile Coun
cil, O. Ol U. A. M.; NonliHrn Liberty Degree Cotiuoil,
No. 1, o. of U. A. M.: Kxperlment Council, No. l.t,
of V. I. U, A. M. Hall Association; Lod-,
No. . A. P. A .; the National Union Chi') of PhlUdel
pbla; the Columbia. South I'enn, and Lincoln Hoe
uuaules, are respectfully Invited to attend tbe
Itinera!, from bis late residence. No. tU N. Twelfth
sireet, on bunday alteraoon at g o'clock. To proceed
to American Mechanic' Ocuietory.
H AVKINv 'On Tuesday morning, November 10,
JOHN 11 AW KINS, in the 77th year of bis age.
The relatives and friends ol the family are respect
fully invited to attend bis funoral, from his late resi
dence, In Upper Darby, on Friday morning, the lath
instant at 10 o'clock, without further notice. Inter
ment at Media Cemetery.
A I I E II I C A N
Life Insurance Company,
S. W Cttrner Fourth aud Walnut Streets.
F -7Vits Jniittution hat no tuperinrin the United
KO DOERS' AND WOSTENHOLM'3 POCK EI
K-NlVkH, Pearl and Btag Handles, of beautiful
finish. KODUKKS' and WADH A BUTC 1 Kit H RA
KOKB, and the eelebrated LKCOULTBS KAZOH
bCIBHOltB Of tbe finest quality.
Bazors, Knives. Scissors, and Table Ontle y Groans
and PuliMhed. at P. MADEIKA'B. NO. U6 8 TENTU
atraM.tielnw (ih.snut. w
T TT A V A M
'A HE (STEAMER LORD LOVELL.
will sail for HAVANA on BATURD AT MOJANIXa,
November nth at 8 o'clock A. M.
Cur Frtlghl or faasage applr to
DEAFNr. EVERY INSTRUMBNT THAT
soienoe and skill have Invented to assist tbe
uearlug lu every degree of deatueas; also, aspira
tors; also, Oraudall's Patent Crutnbea, superior to
I What is Dyspepsia?
1. A Constant Tain or Uneasiness In the
nt of the Stomach Whioh in caused by a
penmtnent oontraotlon of the stomach upon
sndigeOted food. It generalljr begins Imme
diately, Jt a short time after eating; 1b often
very seveK and obstinate.
2. FJatnlnce and Aciditj. These symp
toms arise frcn the indigestion of food, whioh
ferments insteavi of digesting.
8. CostlrcncBt' a"J Loss of Appetite.
These symptoms are the effects of the nn
natnral oonditloa ot food In the stomach, and
the want of pnre bfle snd gastrlo juice. The
stomach is often jwfsfa Uy distended by wind;
the appetite is sometf an is voraolons.
4. (iloom and l)?pm ''slon of Spirits.
This state nnflta many a r the enjoyment of
life, and is caused by tho impure blood far
niBhed by hnperfeot dtgestitn ' In this stage
of the disease, many peraongr commit sutoide.
There Is a constant foreboding of evil, and an
Indifferenoe and positive inabrlk ty to periorm
the offices of life.
5. DlafThoca. After being afcir-it costive,
the sufferer is afllioted with- diarA , which
is owing to a diseased condition of' HA e bowel
produced by the undigested foocl, ' whioh
evacuated in tho same condition .as when
eaten, and, of course, gives no'StreiU t to the
C Tains In AU Tarts of the- Hi stem
arise from the aotloa of impare blor t'pon
the nerves. They are felt chiefly in tlt hi tad,
sides, and breast, and hi the extremities. In
many cases there is an uneasiness is- lite
throat, with a sense of choking. or suffocation:
the mouth is often clammy, with a. bad tante
and furred tongue.
7. Consumptive Symptoms and- Falpn
tion of tho Heart. Many persons pronouueed ;
as having these diseases have, in fact, nothing;
but dyspepsia, the lung and hear disease
being only symptoms.
8. Cough. This is a very freyvnt symp
tom of Dyspepsia, and loads very often into
y. Want of Sleep. A very distressing
symptom, resulting often in menial derange
ment. 10. Sjuiptonis of External Rclatiou. The
patient is affeoted painfully by cold and heat,
which is owing to unnatural dryness of sknt
and the skin is often affected by eruptions and
tetters. The gloomy dyspeptio avoids sooiuty
as much as possible.
11. Vomiting. A frequent and distressing
symptom. It relieves the pain, but emaciates
and wears out tbe patient.
12 Dizziness, Dimness eC Vision, Head
ache, and Staggering In Walking. These
are very alarming symptoms, which are
speedily removed by our medicine; but if
neglected, are quickly followed by numbness
and sudden death.
13. It is impossible for us to give all tbe
symptoms of Dyspepsia in so small a sptce,
but the above are considered sufficient it we
add that the patient loses his memory ami
regard to surrounding objeots, and frequently
becomes morose and sour in disposition. We
should say, however, that pains in the joints
and stiffness of the litub3, which go by the
name of rheumatism and neuralgia, are pro
duced by Dyspepsia. Also, a hardness of the
muscles of the abdomen, which become con
tracted and hard; and in some cases the belly
sii.ks, instead of being gently prominent.
N. 11. I'erhaps we have not said enough of
that strongest symptom of Dyspepsia, melan
choly. We have examined hundreds of cases of
Dyspeptica who were so much affected lu their
minds that they constantly foreboded loss of
their reason, which unfitted them for business
of any kind, and many of them have been
patients of the Insane Asyinin, wno are now
permanently cured by our medicines.
We take pleasure in informing the pnblio
tbat we have at great expense secured the
professional services of Dr. William T. Magee,
who was intimately acquainted with the pri
vate practice of the late Dr. Wishart, as well as
tboionghly conversant with bis mode of
ascertaining the cause and effect of various
diFeases. lie enjoyed the fullest confidence of
the late Dr. Wishart, and was in consultation
with him almost constantly for many years,
lie has in his possession various newly-discovered
and private remedies used by the late
Dr. Wishart in his private praotice with such
uniform enooess in tbe cure of ohronlo and
long-standing diseases, which in hundreds of
cases bellied the skill of some of the most
eminent physicians of various schools of the
land; and which contributed to a great extent,
and accounted for tbe enviable reputation he
enioved as a successtul practising Ttbvsioian
of tiie r formal echvol at . the time of his de
cease. In view of these facts, we most cor
dially recommend him to the former
patrons and friends of the late Dr.
Wiebart, and to the afflicted, with the full
assurance that those who need professional
counsel or aid will iind in the. said Dr. Magee
a physician of more than ordinary abilities,
lie can minutely describe your disease, ex
plain tbe cause and eif'ect of the same, as woll
as give sound and practical advice for the pre
servation of health, prevention of various dis
eases, and perform cures wheu all other physi
cians laii. ween nop leasiy given up to aie
by all other, physicians, give our remedies a
Come ye who are afflicted with Consumn
tion, Coughs, Colds, Bronchial Affections, or
Tain in the lireaBt, aud he will, by the help of
an au-wiee ana ncneiicent rrovidenoe, restore
you to health without Croton Oil, Flies, or
Ccnie, ye who are afllioted with Dyspepsia.
that fell destroyer that dethrones the reason
and poisons the whole human system, and be
will insure your cure.
Come, mothers and fathers, with your
children, and he will, by tbe aid of a kind
frovidtnee, save them from an early grave,
and charge you nothing for professional
Ccnie, ye who are afflicted with Chills and
Fevers, he will cure you, or eharge you
nothiDg. Call at Dr. Wishabt'b great family
medicine Btore, No. -J-s IN. beoona street,
Office hours from 9 A. M. to 5 P. M., Tues
day, Wednesday, and Thursday.' All exami
nations and consultations free of charge. All
communications by mail, soliciting profea
clonal advice, will be promptly answered,
frse 01 charge.
WILL OPEN THIS DAY ONE
Hundred and Ten Pieces of
FANCY AND PLAIN POP
LINS, at 25 cents per yard;
have been selling at 60 cents.
STIUlVimiPGE & CLOTHIER,
Corner EIUIITII and MAKKKT,
(J U II T A I N ESTABLISHMENT.
Tbe subscribers are now. receiving tbelr
RICH CURTAIN FABRICS
PAKLOK, CHAMBER, AND LIBRARY.
FIMNCH BATIN8 AND BROCATEUBS,
BILK TKRltT AND CCFELINES,
WOOI. TERRY, REPS. DAMASKS, Kill
Just Openedv direct Horn the Manufacturer,
Embroidered Lace Curtains
From the lowest to the highest quaJltj -some or tbe
the KICHE&r M aDB.
NOTTINGHAM LACK C0HTAIN3.
KM lROIDKKKJ) MUSLIN CURTAINS,
JACQTJABD AND MUSLIN DRAPERIES-
VES11BULE CURTAINS, in great variety.
CARVED, PLAIN, OILT. AND WALX5T COR.
WHITE AND OOLORKI) B11ADIC3.
Experienced and reliable workuren superintend our
Upholrierv Department, ana every ettort la employe
ti give satisfaction and cuve promptness la ful lilt
ing ibe ordeia entrusted to us.
SILEFPARD, VAN IIAMJMEN & MlSffli,
No. 1008 CMESNUT Street,
10 9 IhstulOtrp PHILADELPHIA.
Tt IIEXJ3I ATI8M,
IN K U It A. T-GrlA
Warranted Permanently Cured
Warranted Permanently Cured.
Without Injury to the System.
Without Iodide, Totassla, or Colchlcum
By Using Inwardly Only
GREAT RHEUMATIC REMEDY,
For Rheumatism and Neuralgia in all its forms.
Tbe only staodard, reliable, positive, Infallible per
manent cure ever discovered. It Is warranted to cot
tiln nothing hurtful or injurlons to the system.
WARRANTED TO CURE OK MONEY REFDSDS.D
WARRANTED TO CURE OR MONET REFUNDED
Tbonsauds ot Philadelphia relerenoes of cares. Pre
No. 29 S0UT1I FOURTH STREET,
8 22 stuih tl BELOW MARKET.
glMES' rtJUE COD LIVER OIL
Thf re re several specie, of Gadns. Only the Gadna
Mot l'iia, c.ught at iiewioundlttnd, yields Oil rich la
medicinal virtues. To secure ilils, air. dimes, at an
ruurmous expense, rnadu arrungemeui on tbe spot,
ti.d. by a to'any new process, p epared Oil fresb from
il:e liver, ol tbe Huh. Arter eraiul aaalysit aud ex
it naive i-rlal by ttienjeaica!rrofelon.slHEy PURE
COD LIVER OIL la now prnnounaed iDCimparabiy
supof lor to all otter preparit'louH ot the me article
lu ttieru.rket- Free from smell, rieliotoiia to the tasie,
aud 1 utlPd with all the nulritnu it 'id curative proper,
tics which render Cod Llvtr Oil tomous as a thera
peutic. eo'd In tbe original sty, e of bottles labels, paraph,
lets, and wrappers employed by Mr, Bliues. whole
sa'.eaud retail only by
UCftTAl V KBAtCSE, Apothrcsry,
10 lOswrpJ (Succeaaor to Samuel Slines),
MjWjior.TWKLPTH and CHESNOTHta.. Phils.
WINDOW BLINDS AND SHADES.
Q L I N D 8 SHADE 8.
B. J. WILLIAMS & SOAS,
No. 16 NORTH SIXTH STREET,
LAEQEsT MANUFACTURERS, AND ft ELL
BLINDS painted and trimmed.
eiORK BHADEa made, and lettered 829-,thJi2in
GRAND SALE OF DRY G00DSL
nOMEB, C0LLAD A Y & CO.,
818 and 820 CHESNUT Slroet.
PA T E N T E D, PANTa SCOUBED AND
atTBaSTCH KD from 1 to Inohea, at .toilet
XHiKl'fi Burst ftfitt Mu. 7n RAUU WxtwW IMtt
8ALE3 TO COMMENCE NOVEMBER 2, COMPRHINa
SfNfc,?flR!S8rvG?V,SIIAWLS' CLOAKING CLOTHS- LACES AND EMBROtDSMl.
LINENS AND WHITE UOOD3, HOSIERY AND QLOVE3, MOURNINJ OOOD3, JiTC.
.f??lngrri0tefWyrepnUonof their Houso, it Is needless to detail theohtraotor of
biook. 11., fo. & Co. would merel state that their importations of the present season,
WHICH MUST BE SOLD
PREPARATORY TO REMOVAL TO THEIR
NEW MARBLE BUILDING, CHESNUT Street, aboro Broad, 1
Have never been surpassed in Philadelphia, oontalnlng an ENDLESS VARIETY of texture ia
Medium Prioed Goods, as well as the
CHOICEST NOVELTIES OF THE SEASON.
H., C. St Co. would advise all desirous of obtaining
GREAT BARGAINS IN DRY GOODS
To lose no time before inspecting their stook, feeling assured that the
At whioh the entire stock will be disposed of must insure
IIAMRICK aV COLE,
WHITE MARBLE BUILDING, No. 45 NORTH EIGHTH STREET
WILL OrEN ON MONDAY, NOVEMBER 9,
At $10-50 aad $12-00 per yard, WARRANTED PURE SILK.
SOLE IMPORTER & OF THE GOLD FDQED LYONS CLOAKING
VELVET, C. TONSON, MANUFACTURER.
HAMRICK aI' COLE, No. 45 North IKMTU Stroet.
JOSEPH H. THORNLSY
Would respecUul'y present his claims lor a share
or public patronage by offering tbe following induce
An Attractive Stock.
A Splendid Assortment,
rrlccs rat Down- to tlie Lowest Notch.
SPECIAL ATTENTION INVITED TO
Silks and Dress tiocds.
Blaniets and Flannels.
Cloths and Cass! meres.
LINKNS. QFILT8. PrANO and TABLE COVERS.
SK.1RTH, COlUjKlB, K'i'O. KIC.
JOSEPH H. THORNLEY.
N. . Cor. Lltililll and SPSLXU UAHDO,
9 26 Urn SP . . PHILADELPHIA.
JJO PROPRIETORS OF
We have a special Wholesale Department for sap
plying LIKEN AND COTTON SHEETING, TOW
KLB, NAPKINS, SINGLE 3,I AND BEHTH
BLANKETS, and other gooda particularly adapted
to your wants.
All tbe above kinds of GOCS4 aoade up at short
notice If desired.
STRAWBRIDGE & CLOTHIER,
CENTKAL DK HOOUS STOKE,
COB. EMJIITH AH9 HABKET TBSSETav
JALL OPEJiLU-SUAWLS, ETC. ETC
EYRE & LANDCLL,
FOURTU AND ARCH,
BLACK RIBBED POPLINS,
1013tntbtCm HOU9EKKEPINa GOODS
yiINTER CLOAKING 8
French VelTCt Cloths,
Heavy Beaver Cloths.
THE ABOVE IX ALL COLORS.
J0111V W. THOMAS,
Nob. 405 and 407 N. SECOND St.,
TO COUNTRY MERCHANTS.
We bave now In store a verv large and varied a
By calling on ns yon can not only ses all tbe styles
In vogue, but be supplied la quaatltles to suit at th,
lowest wholesale ratts.
Comparison of stock and rice with auy wbolesal.
Samples sent by mall when desired,
STRAWBRID6E & CLOTHIER
COB.EieilTH AND HABKET HTKEETM,
COOPER &, CONARD
hme mtki k'd aou-n the prlrm of many of their" Drett
It d. omf: are aMinii ttcir entire MocA- at the Mrw
louttl point of the market.
Wool Jtonlin aiynd I'dti, 6ie up.
Hi aw l.il lxd Jtoplins, Si-im up.
jymch tlk and Wool I'opilne,
HlriUfd J'iiillm ver; dtsirabU.
Jtirh Plaid VopUne for Mixes' Wear.
I !! ran Prm Ai as to 117 eentti
Jframv Poplin fabrinf, 37 to 76 cent.
trench Mrinoet,lot. to fis reduced from tl
We ar determined to elote out our Slerim itoek, tuvt
off er inducement to buyer.
R ENC H CL OA KIN a&
and ni JilacM Irene. OMM and Oor,tkin,jrm
Benkard rf- JIu'ton'i last auction tale at price in
current alcut what tit eut' to lan I in tnli. Jutt
otxned 21 piece choice and extra tine Blark aut
I olored V' lour, and Black real AUrae tan and Attoa
chan liulie. Alo .
I lack Velmtrt,
Black titlk Velvet,
9i fata-imrp jf,nh and Mirk&.
INDL1 SHA1VLS AND SCARFS1
GEORGE FRYER, '
No. DIG OHESNUT STltKiTT-l
Invite, attention to his stook ot
Heat India Camel's Hair Shawls & Sairft,
Also, an elegant stock of frILK4. In Blaoks an
Colors; FANCY BILK PL (JSHES, POPLINS
SHAWLS, and FA&CY GOODS.
INDIA SHAWLS AND SCARFS altered and re
paired, and cleaned laa.aurrlor manner. 180 Siai
SILVERWARE, JEWELRY, ETC.
BAILEY & CO., :
CHESNUT and TWELFTH Sts,
IX TUI-i CITY FGft THE
STERLING SOLID SILVEIt 17 ARE
Tho Ooihain Manufucturiiig Co.
No. 712 CHESNUT Street,
I 0 tutbrp
A Very Large Stock - at Manufacturers
No. 712 CHESNUT Street,
t tutbrp PHILADELPHIA.
As C. & A. PEQUICNOT,
glajC Manufacturers of WATCH CASKS, and Beelera
In Amerloan and I lu ported
W A T O H U3 8.
No, 18 South SIXTH Street,
I 'i;:t.tlu Umvfac(ori'. Ai, S & fWTS KrceL