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HIE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPtl f'HILADELPFIlA, TllUIiSbvf, APRIL 27, 18 i
MUSICAL. AND DHA7IAT1C.
The City Amusements.
Al the Academt of Music tho spectacle of
Hie Dhick Crook vrlll be performed this even
ing. Thoto who saw The Mack Crook when it
was produced In tb is city a few seasons ao can
form no adequate idea of tho brilliant spectacle
vow in pot session of tho board of the Academy.
The eceueiy, the costumec, and all the appoint
ments are i f the most gorgeous description, and
far surpass anything of t'ie kind ever seen here
before, while the Incidental features, which have
so connection with the drama, but which are
the great a', tractions of the exhibition, are novel
and exceedingly cDtrtalnlnr. Tho ballet is
particularly line, but it is surpassed in interest
dv the extraordinary performances of tUe Ma
li'ltons, the funny evolutions of the skaters
Keynoch and Schmidt, and other attractions
which buh be teen to be appreciated.
At the Cuesnct Mr. Walter Lennox will
have a bene fit this evening, when Goldsmith's
comedy of She Stoops to Conquer and the farce
Of Sarah's Young Mem will be performed. Mr.
Lennox Is a comedian of Cue talents, and hit
lerformicccs during several, seasons at tho
Chesnut Street Theatre have made him a favor
ite with the public. His admirers should an
3evor to make bis benefit a brilliant success.
On Saturday Mr. Torchlana, the o book
keeper, wiil take a benefit. A New Way to
ray Old Debts will be performed.
At the Akcii the performance this evening
Tvlll be for tho benefit of Messrs. Holmes and
Trefts, the box book-keeper and the ticket-taker.
These gentlemen, by their courteous attention
in the front of the house, deserve well of tho
public, and we hope that their merits will be
recognized by a crowded house. Tha entertain
ment will ci tiftletof Mrs. Cowley's comedy, A
Bold Stroke for a Uus'jawl, aud Buckstoue's
drama of lsnheVe.
On Satnrdnr the comedy of The 8oldinr's
SaughUr niA 'the doiuesiic drama of The Ear
vest Uoine; or, The Heir of Derwenl will be
represented for the bcrefit of Mr. Adam Everly,
who will pcrso'jate '"Fratk Heartwell" In the
former and "Caleb Kestral" In the latter piece.
Wo thorough an artist as Mr. Everly should be
gTCCtcd by a frill house on this his reappearance
upon the hoards of the Arch Street Theatre after
a long absence.
At tue Walnut a performance of Tom
Taylor's rlrjunaof 'Twixt Are and Crown will
be given this evenlug, with Miss Ella Burns as
At tdk. American an cntertalnlisr. variety
programme will be presented this eveaing. To
morrow will be a family nitjht, when special
pains will be taken to make the performance In
teresting to ladies, children, au4 family parties.
Mies Kate Fisher will appear in her celebrated
role of "Mazeppa," and, lashed to the back of
her "fiery untamed Bteed" Wonder, will give a
triklng representation of the perils passed
through by Byron's hero in his flight through
pathless wildernesses and craggy "mountain
heights. The last appearances of Miss Kate
Fisher in this part are announced, so that those
who wish to see her should do so at once. In
addition to the drama of Mar.eppm there will be
beautiful ballet'', funny Ethl-jpiau burlesques,
comic local sketches, songs, dances, and a
laughable pantonine, which wi'l mako up an
entertainment tha. cannot f ill to please thoso
wbo wish to spend a pleasant evening.
On Saturday there will bo a family matlnca.
At the Museum, Ninth and Arch streets,
"Wilkins Micawber" will bo personated this
evening by Mr. Lewis Baker.
At tiie Assembly BuiLDiNcvan exhibition
of Dr. Corry's beautiful diorama of "Ireland in
Shade and Sunshine" will be given this evening.
At tde AmAMnrtA, Seventh street, below
Arch, a miscellaneous programme Is announced
for this evening.
At Conceht Hall a grand bazaar Is now
open for the benefit of the sick poor of St. Mary's
At the Town Hall, Gedmaktown, on
Thursday "evening, May 4, a concert will ba
given in aid of the Market Simro Church, Ger
mantown. Prominent members of tho Handel
and Haydn Society will participate.
TO the Philadelphia Pdbl'C. Vememb-r that
bis is positively the last week in Philadelphia of the
genuine and original MUton Gold Jewelry Company,
No. 1022 Chesnut street.
Remember that after Satnrday next, April SJ, the
opportunity for obtaining bsautlful set3 of original
and genuine MUton Gold Jewelry for one dollar will
Remember that the genuine and original Milton
Gold Jewelry Company, of No. 1022 Chesnut street,
have no connection with any other establishment in
Remember that we Bhall every day this week open
new Invoices of our popular goods.
Remember that we have on view and for sale tho
richest and most magnificent assortment of jewelry
ever displayed in the United States.
Remember that any article in this wonderful col
lection can be purchased for one dollar.
Remember that the richest and most refined
people in the world wear the genuine and original
MUton Gold Jewelry, sold in this city only at No. 1022
Chesnut street, In preference to all other jewelry
Remember that we positively close in PhPadelpiila
on Satnrday next. Salesroom open from S A. M. to
9 P. M.
St. James Hotel, Uoston. If our friends will
kindly inform us, either by telegram or by letter, of
their Intended arrival, we shall bo better prepared
lor their comfort. The reputation of this new ana
elegant establishment is such as to require no com
Transient board Four Dollars per day.
Proprietor St. Jambs Hotel, B03T0N.
Burnett's Kalliston The best cosmetic
Ma. William W. Cassidt, the jeweller at No. 8
Booth Second street, has one of the largest and most
attractive stocks of all kinds of Jewelry and Silver
ware In the city, He has also on hand a tine assort
ment of fine American Western Watches. Those
who purchase at this store at the present time are
certain to get the werth of their money.
A. S. Hamilton's
Standard Sbwino Machine Office,
no. too chesnct stkebt.
Howe's, G rover U Baker's, Folsoni'a, aud other
first-class machines sold tin per month and to rent
Oaifokd, Continental Hotel, has received Spring
Styles Gents' aud Boys' nats, Caps, and Furnishing
Goods. Shirts made to order.
Oakford, Continental Hotel, has opened an ele
gant assortment of Ladles', Children s, and inrants'
dimmed and untrimmed Hats. Flowers, Feathers,
Ornaments, Etc. Also, Boys Cloth and Straw Hats.
It Operates Likb Magic Mrs. Wlnslow'i
Soothing Syrup, for children teething, softens the
gums, reduces inflammation, allays all pain.
Refrigerators A superior assortment, whole
tale and retail.
No. 820 Dock Street,
BURNETT'S CocOainb A perfect halr-dreaslng.
Nichols Price. On the 2Mb. instant, at St.
t.k-u -knrc.ii. bv Hev. E. A. Hotfinan, D. D., Rev.
stabr H. Nichols, of Danbury, Conn., to Sisvl K.,
dauabter of Hon. Jill rnce, oi tmscny.
Rtaitnton .Tames. On Suaday. November a, 1179,
by the Rev. William Cathcart. Mr. John F. Stack-
TON, Jr., tO MISS 1UATIV"A . Kn", mn i vnj,
vt, . .,., iTAvaTuiMM Bv Rev. JoscDh B. Smith,
Mr ".iai.ks ll. Wagner to MUs Maby lloaai-
mann, both of this city.
BCRROCuns. On the morning of tho 25th Instant,
of the family are
tfttrnd his funeral,
funeral, from his
respcouunj - .teet.on Saturday.
late rei. V".. " u 1 lourmtn. t
the Stftn iDsiaui,
'.'L-jin the B4th instant, Shllwell
Lortjre, No. 19, A. T. M., and the fraternity at. lanre,
are Invited to attend the funeral, frnm his lale resi
dence, No. 1119 hprnee street, on Krlda mornlotr,
the S8th lDStant, at 11 o'clock. To proceed to La'irol
Cook In tier P3d year, on the evening of the 2r,th
last., Mrs. Ann Cook, relict of Thomas Cook, do
censtd. The relatives and friends of tho famtlv are
renpectfully Invited to attend tho funeral, from hor
late residence, No. 1627 chesnut street, on Monday
afternoon, May 1, at half-past 4 o'clook.
Fi.ovn. On the 2Bth Instant, Euza B., wire of
The male friends of the family are requested to
attend her funeral, Irorn her late residence, No.
1702 Wallace street, on Friday, SSth instant, at 10
McCali.a. On Tnesday mornlngr, the 20th Instant,
Cn aki ks McCai.i,a, In the 75th ytar of ins aire.
Relatives and friends of the family are reaped fully
Invited to attend the funeral, from the residence
of General S. M. Zuilch, No. 1819 Franklin street, on
Friday afternoon, at 2 o'clock. Interment at Laurel
Roiunfom. Cn the 24th instant, Mrs. M art Ann
Rominson, oped 6 years.
The relatives and friends of the family are respect
fully Invited to attend the funeral, from tlm resi
denro of her son-in-law, Mr. Thomas Fiilett, Nt). 8ns
Tasker street, on Friday afternoon, at 3 o'clock. To
proceed to the Philanthropic ('round.
New Stock at Lowest Prices.
No. 1226 CHESNUT STREET.
NEWEST DESIGNS IN DltESH GOODS.
NEWEST DESIGNS IN BONNETS.
NEWEST DESIGNS IN VEILS.
CHEAPEST ALPACAS IN PHIL AD A.
CI 1 E Ar EST HOM R AZINES IN PHIL ADA.
CI1 FA TEST IJLACK SILKS IN PI II LA DA
CHEAPEST CRAPE CLOTHS IN PHILA
DELPHIA. EVERY ARTICLE AT LOWEST PRICE.
We would respectfu'ly call attention to our new
Dress-making and niit Department, where every
novelty In Mack suits will be found ready-made and
made to order, at shortest notice, by a competent
dressmaker, and aloo call attention to our White
Goods and Ladies' Underwear Department. Large
Stock of Line a aud Lawn Suits, of 11 neat finish, al
ways on hand.
A. MYERS & CO.,
4 S2 stuth5ptf No. 122 CHaSNrjT8treet.
far adiliHonal Special KoticiH u Innide ragM.
NATA T O RIUM
AND PHTSICAL INSTITUTE,
BROAD STREET, BELOW WALNUT.
"Mens sana in corpore sano."
Rcopenirg of the SWIMMING DEPARTMENT.
SWIMMING SCHOOL FOR LADIES, GENTLE
MEN, AND CHILDREN.
Swimming Is tho most important of all bodily ac-
Swimming is tho most complete pymnastie.
Swlmmlnir, the most healthful and nseful of all
Swimming is the essence of corporeal discipline.
The practice of swimming is the most radical cure
or rounn-snouiaerness ror our crooKea voutn.
Cleanliness and exercise mean comfort and health ;
comfort anVhealth mean strength, bodily comfort;
lien no ana wirengm mean nappiness.
J he summer season of our Institution will open
on Monday. May 1.
The Club deductions are on the same liberal scale
of last season, with extra Inducements to parties
getttDg up Clubs. All Club applications must be
maoe on or before May 1. In order to give the pub
lic an opportunity to Inspect our lustiutlon and
judpe it on its own merits, and also to allow former
patrons to see the many Improvements since last
season, the Institution will lie open for public Inspec
tion on i riuay, -April s, from a a. m., tin 10 r. m
aud on Saturday from 9 A. M. till 6 P. M. For
minor particulars send or address for a circular,
4 85 4t J. A. fAYNE A BRO.
tH UNION LEAOUE HOUSE
Philadelphia, April 20. 19T1.
Tho Third Art Reception or the union League win
occur during tho evenings of WEDNESDAY,
THURSDAY, FRIDAY, and SATURDAY, April 20,
2T, 28, and 29, froM 7 to 11 o'clock. Members can
enter upon their tickets of membership. An equal
number of tickets for guests are appropriated by
color and date to each evening of the Reception.
Every member is entitled to TWO "Ladles' Tickets,"
and ONE ticket "admitting the bearer and two
ladies." These will admit upon one evening only,
to be selected (comprehensively or distinctively) by
the applicant. They can be exchanged in advance
of their date only, and will be delivered at the oillce
of the League, on personal or written application,
cn and after MONDAY, the 24th Inst.
GEORGE IL BOKER,
Chairman of Art Reception Committee.
A. G. Heatqn, Secretary. 4 21 8t
B- PHILADELPHIA AND READING RAIL
This Company have placed on sale at the new
Union Ticket Office, S. E. corner of KINTn and
CHESNUT Streets, under the Continental Hotel, a
full line of THROron tickets to all principal points
in Central and Western Pennsylvania Oil Regions,
New York State, Canada, the West and Northwest,
and offer a choice of rontea which, for beauty and
variety of scenery, are unsurpassed.
Persons purchasing tickets at this ofllce can have
their BAGGAGE CIIKCAED FROM HOTELS OH RESIDENCES
by the Union Transfer Company.
For particulars, Guides, Circulars, etc., apply at
the ticket oillce, S. E. corner of Ninth and Cnesnut
Ask for tickets via Philadelphia and Reading RR.
C. G. HANCOCK, General Ticket Agent
G. A. Nicolls, Gen'l Superintendent. 4 26 Ct
KARTHAuiTcOAL AND' LUMBER COM-
PANY. No. 10 WALNUT Street, Phlladet
Tho interest on the bonds of the Karthaus Coal
and Lumber CoiuDunv will be paid at the Oillce of
the On:pany, No. 10 WALNUT Street, on MON
DAY, May 1, 1871, between 10 and 3 o'clock.
4 20 25 2T 29 Secretary aud Treasurer.
cry- Or r II r l)r THIS rill la iitti.ni i . awu
1'UILAUKLPHIA. April 4, HH.
The Annnal Meeting of the Stockholders of this
company will take place at me iiooius oi me
Board of Trade, No. bi uil ks."s ui aireei. ua v o.u
NkSDAY, May 8, lSil. at 13 o'clock, at which time
in election will ie neia xor seven uirecvurs iu Bene
for tre ensuing year. .
W BANK OF AM. . 11 I (J A.,
Pnrr.iiiRn.eHiA. Anrll 24. 1871.
The Annual Meetincrof the Stockholders of the
flunk or America will be held on MONDAY, Mav 1
1H71. between the hours of 10 Hnd l'i A. M., a5 which
time n election will be held for a President and
Tea Directors to serve for the ensuing year.
LI1AULW U. ritiur,
4 216t I'asiuer.
CITY NATIONAL BANK.
PniLDKI.lHU, April 25, 1ST1.
At a ststed meetice of the Hoard of Directors.
held this dav. Thomas PoTrtU, Esj., was una
nimously elected fresldeut of tins name.
4 85 8t Oiishler.
fTV LATEST SI XLKS IN UKN I'LBMIta a
Ttrf.ta nml KhnH A IflrirM aaaiv.rt-.ini.nt nf our
own make, ol different measures, always on hand.
S 18 tf No. 83 h. ki xtii atreet, aoove cnesnut
1 MATER HAS KEMUVKD TO NINTH
t i Street, between Arch and Cherry. Notice the
flag. His braids can be changed to suit auy style of
tialr-dressiug, therefore you will tied theia the most
convenient travelling companions. Remember they
can enly be obtained at NINTH Street, between
Arch aud Cherry. Losings oi nair can no worked
Into a variety or ornamental siyies. nave your
lnuinirB. wlch them before sendlmr. and avoid inl.
auderstandiug. Branch No. 2103 MOUNT VBRNON
"f j STATE OF JOBKl'U S. If ATI, 4'KLJSAaKU.
J' Letters teitftmentary upon ti estate of
iokeph H N ATT. dee d. naviDK oeea amy rraniea
to tha undsrslgaod, all ptrsuns Indebted to the said
estate are requested to make Immediate payment,
ami thus having alalms or demauds against the
..mn in inaka them known without delay to
juun it. runii, Auiuiuinuni-'ji,
4 27 th Ct No. 8V4 C11E.-3-NUT SU, PhU.
A. & J. B. BARTHOLOMEW,
IMPORT S US
La Brlle. II-J5: Rurtlpy. 11-RS; Jfiuvln. l95:
QcLta' Kid Gloves, H0, II 75, f 2 25 per pair.
No. 23 NORTH EIGHTH STREET
No. 90S CHESNUT STREET,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
CURTAINS AND SHADES.
M AGONIC HALL,
No. 719 CHESNUT St,,
Offers some new designs for
CURTAINS AMD LAMHREUVIXS,
STRIPED TERRY aud
Also, GIMPd AND TRIMMINGS of entirely new
An assortment of LACS CURTAINS of especial
elegance and cheapness, some as low as f 1 00 a
BHOCHE TAPESTRY PIANO AND TABLE
COVEKS are offered greatly below Intrinsic values,
with a large assortment of FMBItOIDKRED CLOTH
PIANO AND TABLE COVERS. 8 1 thstu3mrp
lstnllitslLCa in 1705.
Art Galleries and Warcrooms,
No. 9IO CHESNUT Stroot.
All Chromos reduced
DO per cent, on former
4 1 stuth Cmrp
Two thousand of those celebrated Machines were
srld In tlie spring of lbiO, and tiie supply railed to
meet the demand. They are acknowledged to ba
the best Mower in the worm, and we warrant that
every machine will please the purchaser. They are
of six sizes, as iohows:
No. oo, for a young lady price $13-00
0, ior a lany or ooy - low
1, for a man " 25 -oo
2, for two men " SbDO
8 kf. for a pon v or light horse " 75-00
S. for one horse " 150-00
ITT" We deliver all machines and operate them at
your residence without extra charge.
ROBERT m'IST, Jr.,
Seed and Agricultural House,
4 20 Ct rp 022 and 921 MARKET St., above Ninth.
TKlilAlliD 1'AfJIK rATTKUaS
LADIES' DRESS TRIMMINGS.
MRS. M. A. BINDEIt,
NO. 1101. N. W. GOHNER ELEVENTH AND
OUBSNOT STKKHTS, 1'HILA.,
has made very large additions to her stock of Dress
Trimmings, fringes, Gimps, Buttons to matcn baits.
Parasols. Gloves. Flowers, NecK-ties: uonnet and
Sash Ribbons, ileal jet, inn, ana I'ean Jewelry.
LACES REAL TOIN'T AND APPLIQUE.
Great inducements in Guipure and Thread Lices.
Valenciennes, uieeves, uouars, anei v;uns.
Hamburir Edelnirs and Insertions, newest designs:
Flouncing, MUiiuug idu i muiuniKa.
DRESS AND CLOAK MAKING DEPARTMENT.
Walking Suits, Reception and Evening Dresses,
Wedding Trousseaux. Large orders executed at
short notice and at moderate prices, In the most
Trimmed and nam rnper raueins, so per aozen.
A perfect system of LUess-cuti ins laUKiic
PiBfelng, Oofferlng, and Fringing 4 82sthlrarp
B O N D 8
Camileu autl Amboy Railroad, New Jersey
Railroad aud Trausportattou Com
pauy, aud Delaware aud Rarl
tau Caual C'ompauy,
I'ulted Companies of New Ji ruey.
W offer ihess most desirable bonds, in regis
tered certiucatos, due in 1394, bearing u PER C3NT.
INTBHeST, fiee of all taxation, payable April 1 and
Tor full particulars, apply to 4 so ihstalm
DIIEXEL &. CO.
C. & II. HOllIE.
W. II. KEAV10I.D.S05I & AEUTSEV.
Philadelphia Hardware House.
IN GREAT VARIETY.
JAMES M. VAHCS & CO..
No. 211 MARKET feTREKT,
4 23 Htrp PHILADELPHIA.
.rv- FOR SALE A PAIR OF BLACK CAR-
nuge Horses, 16 hands high, Bound and kind.
H. VAN BEIL,
4 28 6t No. 1319 CHESNUT Street.
m F o
n Elegant Zi-avidknco,
AT CHE8KUT MILL.
Desirable location, a few rclsntcs' airc from depot
D. T. rRAtT,
No. 103 South FOUKTH Btreet.
8 84 2m
An elegant country seat at Chesnut Hill, Philadel
phia, ten minutes walk frim depot, and live hundred
yards from Pairmouut Tark; Umi of nearly nino
acres, adorned with choice shrubbery, evergreon,
fruit and shade trees. A most healthy location,
, views lor 40 miles over a rich country, modern
pointed stone house, gas, water, etc., coach, Ice, aud
spring houses, never failing spring of purest water,
(la ek for boatiwj), all stocked with mountain
trout, carp, etc., beautiful cascade, with succession
f rapids through the meadow.
Apply to J. R. PRICE, on tho premises. 4 25
Ko. 3249 cnESNRT Street (Marble Terrace),
THRBE-BTORT, WITH MANSARD ROOF, AND
TEREH-STORY DOUBLE BACK
Sixteen rooms, all modern conveniences, gas, bath,
hot and cold water.
Let 19 feet front and 120 feet 2 inches deep to a
Immediate possession. Terms to suit purchaser.
M. D. LIVENSETTER,
4 19 No. 129 South FOURTH Street.
"! SALE OP TDK ATSION ISTATE.
ABOUT 2R,n00 ACRES OF LAND, TO BE SOLD
at rutsiav; alutiun, at i ujs w wst jisksby
HOTEL, CAM PEN, N. J., ON MAY 6, 1S71, AT
1 O'CLOCK. P. M.
TO SPKCULATOK5 IN LAND. PROJK'TORS OF
TOWNS AND CAPITALISTS GENERALLY, A
RARE OPPORTUNITY FOR INVESTMENT IS
A FARM of abont 700 acres, with extensive im
provements. Is included.
biiv KKAii mills and additional mm and maun-
facturlng sites are on tho property.
railroads traverse tne entire lengtn of the
ATSION STATION is the point of junction of
TOWNS and SETTLEMENTS may be favorably
TUE CEDAR TIMBER IB of considerable value.
CHANBERKILS. GRAPES, SWEET POTATOES
HOPS, etc., can be vtfry successfully cultivated.
HOOD tit lis win no made 10 me purchaser.
SEND FOR A PAMPHLET containing particu
lars, and apply personally, or by mail, to
Ui-OK'-iJi iU. DALLAS, ASSlgneO,
8 24 87t No. 222 S. FOURTH St., Philadelphia.
FOR SALE UERMANTOWN,
Me33rs, maker's Lane, adjoining Residences of
Cabeen, Morgan, Clements,
large lot, 100 by 300; well shaded, old trees, etc. Im
mediate possession. II. C. THOMPSON,
No. 220 W. WASHINGTON SlJU ARK,
Or, J. M. GUMMEY & SONS,
4 25 Ct No. 733 WALNUT Street.
NINETY-THREE ACRES FARM FOR
sale or exchange for city property, or goo I
merchandise, situated in Ulchland towrshlp, Bucks
ceunty. K. J. DOBBINS,
E.4 27 12t Ledger Building.
FOR SALE HANDSOME BROWN-STONE
RE8IDEENCE, with side yard, BROAD and
MASTER Streets. Lot80by200 feet deep to Car
lisle street. R. J. DOBBINS,
4 2T 12t Ledger Building.
MFOR SALE NEAT THREE-STORY BRICK
SWELLING, with side yard, No. 1413 N.
EIGHTEENTH Street, or will be exchanged.
4 27 12t Ledger Building.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE ELEGANTLY
I located COTTAGE, at CAPE MAY, furnished
throughout. R. J. DOBBINS,
4 ST tt Ledger Building.
FOR SALE ELEGANT FOUR-STORY
1 brown-stone KESIDENOE, No. 191T CHES
NUT Street, with side yard. Let 44 by 178 feet.
R. J. DO'iBINS,
4 2712t Ledger Building.
FOR SALE LOW, AT CHESNUT fft
LjiHill, an unusually attractive and complete
Country Seat, Ave minutes' walk from Chesnut 11711
Depot ; six acres of beautiful grounds, fruit, shade,
stables, arapery, creen-house, flsh-poud, etc.
Modern pointed stone residence, 13 rooms: tine
Views. RIC11AKUMON & JAN-XKT, iNO. via s,
FOURTH Street. 4 27 thstuiiw
FOR SALE-MUST BE SOLD THIS WEBIC.
and a treat bargain ctven. A desirable new
owtlllDir cn Walnut street, above Thirtv-fourth.
Apely at once to THOMAS ALIAN, No. B!39 CHES
NUT Street, Real Estate Agent. 4 27 6t
CHESNUT STREET OTOflB
APPLY CN TUB PREMISED.
4 22 tf
STORE, Ho. 339 MARKET Street.
APPLY ON PREMISES.
3. B. ELLISON 4 SONS.
SCHOOL LANE COUNTRY SEAT TO RENT.
Mansion House, furnished, will be let for the
summer months; 10 rooms, besldea 8 bath-rooms
icehouse, grapery, green house, stables, kitchen
irardeu. aDd acres of land. All in complete order
10 minutes of two railway stations.
PHILIP S. JUSTICE,
No. 14 N. FIFTH Btreet.
4 4 Of Philadelphia.
The largest and best stock of
IN THE 6TATE,
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES,
Can be found at the;
U. B. BC1LDKRS' MILL,
Nos 91,i4,te, 28 South F1FTBKNTH Rtreot,
Also, Scroll, Biaeket, and Turulug WarW fur
Iiislied to order at very shoit notice.
Call and see iock and prices, 4 2Um
NO STORE ON
821 CHERRY St.
Special Opening of Suitings.
GREY AND BLAY LINENS,
rONGEES AND JAPANESE GOODS,
MOIIAIR3, ALPACAS, ETC. ETC.
The above goods range from 20 cents per yard up,
and are beautiful.
STRIPED AND CHECKED SILKS,
SUN SHADES, PARASOLS,
KID GLOVES, ETC.
JOSEPH H. THOBKLEY,
NORTHEAST CORNER OF
EIGHTH and SPEING GARDES rJU,
1 8 thstnf FHILADBLPHIA.
jTgtjr CHESNUT STREET. 27
Importer, Jobber, and Re
tailer of Dry Goods,
DBPOT FOR THB SALE OF CHOICS FABRICS
IN DRY GOODS,
AT POPULAR PRICES,
STOCK DAILY REPLENISHED
With tho CHEAPEST and CHOICEST OFFERINGS
81 tnthstf No. 72T CHESNUT Street.
THE NEW Y0HK"
Dyeing and 2?riating
40 n. EIGHTH Street,
No. 03 DUANE Street, New TorK.
DIE AND FINISH IN THE BEST MANNER,
Silks, Satins, Velvets, Crapes, Ribbons, Tissues,
Darepes, Merinos, Cloths, Alpacas, Reps, Paramat
tas, Muslin Delaines, Fringes, Trimmings, Hosiery,
Kid Gloves, etc.
Also, cleanse Lace Curtains and Linen Shades In
a superior lnauner. Goods called for and delivered 1
in any pari or tne city. 4 15 stuthSJiarp
D I A M O N D-m E3K
We have received an Invoice of these Desirable
Goods, for which there was so grout a demand
PERKINS & CO.,
No. 9 South NINTH Street,
1 23 tuths3mrp PHILADELPHIA.
N. B Every variety of HERNANI in stock.
ELY, KUNS6ERGER & ELY.
No. 1126 CHESNUT STREET,
Have cow open a
MAGNIFICENT ASSORTMENT OF FIGURED
lllacLt Ilenianies, all qualities.
tripe 8ilfcit nil -qualities.
i ll tuths3m
SILKS, SHAWLS AND DRESS GOODS
No. 910 CHESNUT bTREET,
Invites attention to his stock Of
SILKS OF ALL KINDS,
INDIA AND OTIIEU SHAWLS.
Novelties lu Dress aud Fnucy Goods,
INDIA, PONGEE,; AND CANTON CRAPE IN
KIIAWLS AND DRESS GOODS. 413 2mrp
100 CASES CHOICE CONNECTICUT
CroplS69. For sale by
DAVID L. KETLEK,
Nos. GO ana 6J South FOURTH -street,
4 T lmrp Philadelphia.
TIIE LATEST NEWS.
Fictitious Bounty Claims.
Diets for Indian Supplies.
Coal rtiining Troubles.
riiiladelpMa Proposition Injected.
Fire at Kutztown, Pa.
Evening Cable Quotations.
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc
FROM NEW YORK.
IBY ASSOCIATED TRESS.
Exclusively to The Evening Telfjroph.
Slilpincut of Specie.
New Yobk, April 27 The Hansa did take
a lhalf million gold double eagle for Europe
Fictitious nounty Claims.
Frederick Smith, formerly captain of tha
104th Regiment New York Volunteers, who waj
arrested four dayB ago, charged with defrauding
the Government by means of fictitious bounty
claims, turned State's evidence, and on bis state
ment some twelve other persons have been ar
rested. About six thousand fraudulent claims
have been discovered, Involving over a million
dollars. Henry M. Karfels, one of the arrested
parties, was examined to-day before CouimU
sioncr Davenport, and committed in default of
John Foster bag been arrested, charged with
striking Avery D. Putnam, a merchant, such a
blow on the head with a car hook In a Broadway
car last night that death h probable. John Cun
ningham, driver of the car, was arrested for
alleged collusion with Foste-.
The bids for supplying a veiy large quantity
of clothing, dry goods, and hardware for the
nee of the Indians were opened to-day by Gene
ral Parker, Commissioner of Indian Affairs, in
prcEcnce of Colonel Cox and J. II. Delano, re
presenting the Secretary of the Interior, and of
the Indian Peace Couitnksion. One hundred
bidders were present.
There were several bids from Philadelphia, SI.
Louis, Cleveland, and Quakcrtown, besides a
large number from Now York. Tho purchasing
Committee will meet to-morrow and the day
after, if necessary, to examine the samples and
runke the awards.
Slil p News.
New York, April 87. Arrived, steamer City or
Mexico, irom Vera Ctuz.
FROM THE STA TE.
ny ASSOCIATED riiE3S. I
Exclusively to The Evening Telegraph.
ltrjvctlon of the Philadelphia Pro;tosl-
Pottsvillb, April 2?. At a meeting held here
this afternoon by the Executive Committee ot
the W. B. A., the propositions made by the ope
rators at tho Philadelphia meeting were- re
jected. Destructive Fire at Kulztowu.
Reading, Pa., April 27. Tue new and exten
sive brick foundry and machine shop of Zcclm
& Bro., at Ku'ztown, lu this county, was en
tirely destroyed by fire this morning. Tho
origin of the fire is unknown. Loss about
20,000. Iueured for $14,20.
BY ASSOCIATED PKESS.
Exclusively to The Evening Telegraph.
In(rat f uoiailouii.
London, April 2T 6 P. M. Consols 9.t'.;' for both
mo ley and account. Aoierirau ecanU.n frm;
nouns oi lso-i, vufi j oi i auo, oia, yu, ; oi lSiH, Vi1, ;
KM 08, 63).
i hi' bullion in the Bank or Eugianl has increased
iV9,(H.'Q since last week.
1 lvKKi oo!., April Ir7 5 P. M Cotton clostid llrm;
nplanils, 7d. ; Orleans. 7,d. Silts to-dar 14,onu
baies: for speculation and export, SojO bales. Baoou
C'unilerlaiid cats, 41s.
FIRE AND BURCL.ARPROOF SAFES
STEAM SAFE CO.,
bale Makers to the United stues Government
No. 32 O. FOURTH St.,
UiihU VnuKs, liiiigliu -Proof 8:ifVf
Of Welded Steel and Iron, wiu Sargent's, Isttaia'a,
and Pillard'g LocLs.
SILVER KAtES, EXFRffSS BOXES, Etc., built
to order. 8 1 stutU6u.rp
T g. TAKE & SON'S
Carved and Oruaidfttiul IIarII
WliSUlK Htrre. hfi Meveutb,
OlD GCVEP.hMf H i J V. COFFFtV
100 A 7 b 81UI0TIY i'MME,
TineH qua'lty Imported. F r tile by
JAMES T. Vi? S V C,
4MthSt08mrp WALNUT ml f.KI dTH 'St .