rnEj1 'DAILY ' V$NIN(K TKnEGRATn.rmLADELPniA, FUIDAY, ; MARgil ,10, t18GC.
Walnut STRr.rrTHiATUK. Hie fore woll night o(
Mr. and Mrs, Charles Iican. A solemn night, whop n -tiateol
the bit taesi cult ration of gniut.ol eorld-wide
reputation, take a tin I I fa o t.'in public, and I y
them will be Men no more.. Mr. ami Mrs. Kesn re
tire into the kiehest social eircle, whtr tbav have
the ad mnaiion, eaeeas, and aflVctloa ef the aoblcst,
to most estimable, anu t ie most Intellectual ol the
land. With the remembrance of a career t int la
without a atain. tilth the ouTitleo of having ad- 1
vaiced the Uiamulic art, and (he jrreutest dramust I
r the world, 8nks;.( ore, in tb minis ot the Ks jlih I
reop'e.Mr. and Mra. Keen can siiia their somas with f
tight memorlos around thus, fit in rvenlnv the 1
play will be Th- ii'rmntii-r ami .The Wnuler, to !
classical and eteWintr pieces! "I he larewoll sijrht (
mr. ami mra iv-an moud t an ovation. to
morrow Mr. Roberta wi ; appear iu tno Conican
NlW CnEBN0T 8TRKKT IftKATKK. This Vnln
tae iorforniaiicn is lor the benefit of Mr. Gonrce
Clarke, an actor ol artistic talent of a hth order,
wiih evcrv aCvamaKC 'or acqo riur a hurh potdtioa
la the dramutio art Ho Lit bad is'tv nnortaiutles
of pla'iajr parm that suited blm, which probably I
rtnderea turn somewhat careless; Dt Mr, umrse
is a tine artist, and dessrvea the encanrnnment of
the riublio, eiueiiially ns fori he last two weeks he
. ban bten snflerlnr from extrme iil-hcalih. The
Comical Counteis i a cbarmlac comay.
Arch Stukkt TnaATBK. 7'he Slrextt t JVnw
Tor, with Mr. Cbaniraa and the combination,
fer the last time. J o merrow Stuart Kobaon's
Tbb GnmAinA. Tho followini lathe programme
el the rehearsal to-morrow afternoon at the Musical
Ouverture, Queen lor eno Day , Adam
Adoaido (by request) ..Beoiliovea
(ieiBtc-oiiwiiifi-n Wni.z Launer
Adagio from fonrth Mb funic (by roqnrati. rioethovea
fcuinmcr Night's Lren!ii, Faatasio. . ,. Menaolssohn
iBiitan Hamuli, Ironi L'Alrioiiltie Meyerbeer
(First time )
Maisalllaiscn Galop Lnaibye
Bekciteb on KBcossTaucTioN. The aale of
tickets for Rov. Horry Hard Benchoi's looturo on
Kccors'.ruct on, to be delivero at the Acsdi my of
Music on Thitrsdnv ovemiiir next; has been unpre
cedented. The Dlau ot coudtictinr the sale ot seats
at two placon Ashtnead & Evans' and Claxton's
ttus given pr.at suti-taction, thoro liavinr been an
immense nura-cr of tickets sold in a Rhort tlmo, and
without dojay to urchn rr. t he tew pood seats
remaining unsold, to bo obtained at all, mint be ap
plied fer early.
MATTERS OYER THE RIVER. '
FBF.cATjTioxAJtY Mkabbbkb. la accord
ance with tho general belief taut too Aeiulic
cholera will vi?ittbi-i conutry during tlie present
summer, the proper att horliie t Camion geeai
to be drterwiaed to put the city n aa clean and
healthful condition s possible previeag to iti
arrival. Many parts of be city are wretchedly
filthy, and the atreota eovered with mud and
garbago, which have accumulated dnai? the
wintor, and in Bouth Ward atajnnat pools ef
water lie in low lot, oulv waiting the hot sum
aicrsun te send forth their mepuitlc exhalations
to engender discus? cml der.th. Awsre of these
facts, the medical laculty and the fftintury com
mittees are urphig th purjution of the Btrets
and the removal of uuifinei with energy. Rut
they have a gljantie woik before them, anlosa
the citizens therojcives will aid the aathoritles
by keepinff their own premises free (rem malaria
breediiiR offal and earbage. This Is a matter of
bo small consequracj to the sanitajy aondltion
of the people, end the stnctut ear and clean
liaess should be obervjil byevcry housekeeper.
Culvket Br.OKE. A portion of tho cul
vert on Miekle street tell In vesterday, and an
less it is at oncerepaired, the haneinents along
that 6tr ret will atain be tlooded with water.
This culvert is but a small wooden coaoern,
and needs replacing with a now substantial
brick one. An ordinanoe authorizing the
feuilAing of a new ,one, was aassod over a
year since but the authorities have neglected
'to comnieuco the work, although tho property
wners have nre-ed it etrenjoasly, aad stand
ready to pay their resjectiveaeiimeBts lor it
toe moment the work U completed. The work
should commence at once, nnd thus relieve the
people of much incoTiveoienee.
Confebenck. The Nott Jersey Amnnal
Conference of the Meihd.it Eplueepal Church
will commence it ee.-wiou, in the Third Street
Church, oa Wednesday next, and will probably
continne lor a week or tea days. There Is con
siderable ' -sportaut business to be transacted,
eisers ot thnt penuiiiion are engased
prepartion8 to ncco'oniodate the
Bd others in attendance from a dii
'the State. Durinjr the continuance
taui pat i
of the Cor
reuce some very intrtsiiug laoel-
lngs are t spccterl to be held.
New Dwelling Houses. On Third
street, above Peun, five new and capacious
dwelling honses are nearly completed : and on
Second street, above Cooper, six more arc soon
to be erected, one of which has already been
commenced. Tbev are to be built in tua most
complete and elegant maimer, and with a style
of architecture which cannot tail to add much
to the neat appeamnce ol this part of tae city.
CcBTors Hex's .Nest. A yonngr lad
named Ed win Errickoa, while hunting for a ban's
neit under a barn, a few days ago, at liamogat,
came across a net contairing nearly S600 in
greenbacks. It is thought the money had been
bto!n and hid there lor tale keeping, alid to avoid
The Okganizatiox. Some considerable
Interest 1p manifested concerniug the orjnntza
tion ol the City Council tu-aitrht. The official
return of the election will thea be published,
tind tho ordinary bufine.jn incident to the tirst
meeting of a new Co'ini-il will be transacted.
Tiie Rkcent Bubglabv. Xo traces of
the perpetrators of the robbery ot Sir. John
Morgan's otlice on Wednesday iiiornia.5 havo yet
been obtained. The thiwei made a juccesnful
Maelton. Tho M. E. Church at Marlton,
1 Sarliueton county, 1ms within the last few
memh more tuaa duulled it membership, an
interesting revival having prevailed at that
THREE GENERAL AGENTS WANTED TO
not in Important locations for tho Now York Acsl-
cntal IuMiiuncfi Company, iclivoini iiol t-noj addtim,
kplv to fUAMi O. ALLEN, JBrancU otlice, o. 4ili
.MJOhiMi't Mri-rt. Alill.V Pooll a'-il
TEIi T LARGE YARIE1 T.
'AMES W. QUEEN & CO..
1 l Ko. m CDESWDT STREET.
(JIIALLErE LIGHT I
Paragon anfi Safety Lamps.
BE1GHT LICIl'iIIHrE nOCUS-OXE CENT I
Ko chimney I No sny ( No (?rea8e
; Bold by Inventor
ELLY Sl NEEL,
.P wivTrn. Xo. Oil MARKET Btroet.
Also, nealers In Soaps , Q jia.hiae,y oils,
warrimtedjnogmM 4ia pM gull0I)( J3 18
tAnrNTT1' Etllt THE
JL CITYa ANT) ( Ol Nl I V-mLADELPHIA.
Tlie A u.lltor appointed by ' . J ,1.deuo,iettie
Hud adjust the seuoud accon-ourt te audit, aetfte,
Trustee under the will ot Uj ',H(f., H;1 'l
reaited. au4 to report a strlbuV M1 111, Jr.,j e
S5S?'of the eocl.un.ant, will of th. Ihi ta th.
, 3),Aj1wkh W 'PAI L, rln-, MV. M . at the oftlce
btrcvd Ul mv viV ei uiwv.r J l(i lmwit
VOR H ALE. DESIRAni-frTHRKK-STORY
Brlrk TwnlHn(t Hoiim, So. 1M0 yVBllaoe streot.
L:irlv romsfleii. Apply tQ . J. K. jilK.iAUH,
1 H l.'lt
J JIOt'SE TO KENT AND KURN1TUBE
ill! FOB 8ALK. A Bonilcmau if deslrons ol Ron Una,
ii rrnsonnh e term. ni Houo. vltat"l In the bot nart
pt the c-ltr, prnvirtcil hornn koII h's Knrnltnro, whlnh l
et tli ino-t modern myle, at a loir vaUttiuu. A(Urs
rrmflimK. ellice v Worth Amerlcin." I 14 6t
f rURMiHI01) HOUSE TO UENTvA
inid Hone eantly tnrnlane-i. In cne ofthemo'f dn
Hira Iwhloa ible iuarbirs ot the city. Ad'l'etn
t)Oi;.SE, Ujx Hi l'osl Ul21ce 3 14 6t
1 OcT, ON WEDNESDAY, 1ITII INST., A
' Lady'a iilack i.nce Veil, In colng 1'rora Walnut
alrfet barf to ft I'aul'a Church, on Thint tri-t or in
T m'iiui mr"( I rar, liftwoo'.i Hur l and llrvad atieoia.
Tbe tinder w ll be iihrral v rewarded bvlia-InK it at
tOCKiili.L Ac V ILHOVSlClolhiiiu Bloro, Xo. 6H1
EBcMiT Htrwit. 3 15 3t
, SEGARS, TOBACCO, ETC.
...I, - ir . . . , . i
TEN FACTS FOR TIIE PEOPLE. 13T. DEAN
JL always has Ills store rtill ot enstomers Whyf 11 o
canse he keeps tke best stock of segars and tobacco In
ibet.'nlted Hiatns. aud sails at least trom il to SI nr
ceat. less than u can buy elsewhere. Uo to DEAN'd.
.413 CHr BN UT Ktrecu
3d. Why Is itthattha city tehaoconists are down on
Taan? Eecause he VJa a bot'er qnalitr oi tobacco and
sefiarsata mach leas Price than they caa sell, tie to
tiean'e, No. 413 Cheinut street.
3d. 1 he reasou why be can sell so cheap Is because his
retail sales ara over e:)uil per day, and his wljo,eule
trad Is over 2(1(W per 4av He can afford to sell at irom
2 to 6 per cunt, profit while others cannot liva on loss
than from 25 to 1W per cent. Ge to Dean'iro. 41.1
4i h. Dean sells prlmo Imported Havana seirars for six
rents each. Genuine Vara lor ten cents, aud makua a
liberal Dlsconnt ta those hurlng It the box.
vo le uean b, ko, 41.i cuasnut street.
eta. Dean soils the best naw. ef six different kinds.
for 80, 85 aud 01 cents per pound. frv naW'fu cents
per pound, with a disc junt to those burlnx Uve aouudg
uo to uoan a, i o 41a tnesnut street.
6th. Dean sells all kinds of smoking tobacco from SO
is lor Dauad to Sl'uil acr nound. aud a dlacouut on S
pounds or upwards, 'i ry It, yoa wil 1 like it
lio 10 ieaa s, no. 91.1 uuc-inut srrnet
7th. Dean's Store 18 Ne. 41:1 Chesnuf street If veil
Inaniro of some toiiacceulats they will tell you they
don't know hint, end don't ackaowlerlffo liltn to be In
the business. Why don't they know hi m 1 liocauso he
sells so chcao, ko is killing the busluess.
. .n T 'D V n HI nk..ni
8tli. gome tobaccealsta' icalousr makes them nean.
but Dean can afield to be liberal ; his trade Is always on
1110 lncicase. jnat s waat trsuu.en tae npanisn Jews
nd red nosos. when yon want nrliae tobacco or sonars
at a fair price, goto Dean's, No. 41J Ubenut street.
atn. Dean s inra neinra are the amy ftcamne lara in
this city, ail others ure el lulerlor quality. Dean so
cured the whole croo of Yarn this vear and lor next
year. 11 yon want gun ulna Vara Segaro, go 10 Deau'B,
lio. 41J Cnesnut streut. s
10th. 'J lie largest a-aertm nt ot segar.s in anr one
ore In the United Slates you will And at DK.VV3. Ko.
413 CHESNUT Street
. B. For clKarnttes apply totho eovernment. utr
cod . . -121 lmrp
MOTHER GREAT TRItMPil
EVANS & WATSON
S A. F E .
After Twelve Years Use It Still Kc
tains its FIrc-Froof Qualities.
READ THE FOLLOWING -
' BltlKTOL, BlTCKS rotTMTV, TA ,)
V arch 14, lSiii. . . $
Messrs. Fvaxs & Watsoh, Fhiladkli hia :
(, this : We take pleasure In uivlnu our tcntimonv lit
favor ot your Eire 3'roof aalos. This morulnir our mill.
which was a fuur tinry one. was entirely destioyed by
fire. Teur sale was exposed to a'i7 grsat i,eat. so much
so Hint the brass knobs mid dates ware mtlieit olf.
After vhe sale was recovered (roin the ruins, It was
opened, aud the books, panors. bauk notss, etc. found
to be wtrtlv pr Terf. Th'a test Is a very hlvh rj-
commcnnation 01 tno superior merit 01 your miuie aoor
tartt. xoura, rospecuuuy,
DUBBAMJi: & DD11AS.
We have on hand a largo assortment 01 tho above
Fire and Burglar-Proof Safes,
For Bank, Mercantile, and Dwelling Ilouse use, gaaran
teed tree from dampners.
We gnarantce to sell at prices lower than other
EVANS A WATSON,
No. 16 South FOTJSTH Street.
QEOROE A. COOKE,
SCHUYLKILL AND LEHIGH COALS,
T A R D,
No. 1314 WASHINGTON Avenue.
I keep DotUinn but the host on hand, and can do
liver to any part of tho city at the reduced low
I am convinced I hut a trial will bring you Lack
tho second time.
All orders left at Ko. Ill South THIRD Street
will bo promptly attouded to. 3 13 rp
J FAMILY COAL YARD
FOR TIIE SALE OF THE
PUREST AND BEST ARTICLES
LEHIGH AND SCIIUYLKILI
A constant supply of all sizes lor Stoves, Ucatora
Ranges, etc, at the
Delivered on ghorto ntlce, carefully
A trial will convince you that the Conl, price and
weiulit. Is as repieseniea ; 11 not, on ucuvery, order It to
oe laKen baeK to tue yaru.
Attention Is Invited to the BHAW14EK, EAGLE VEIN
and I HIh;h coal. The former is a aunerlor and
iree-burulux White-ash Coal, aud lias given entire satis
faction 10 hundreds Mho have uned It In tula city, front
iiUO to Mt tons are mlucd and suit to the market dally,
01 this pure coui.
Orders throuuh the Post Oftlce. or direct to the Yard,
will meet wltu luimidlate attention.
W. L. FOULK, '
COAL YARD AND OFFICE,
1 14 3irp
No. 1517 CallowluU Street
tc m tr b
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tr.tfl no Km
rr, or. 'A en
SCOTT, JR., AT'CTIONEKR, PHILADEL
PHIA AKIVUALLKRY, 100 t HK8.SU I Mr it.
PHILADELPHIA ARTIB 1 8' BALK OF OIL PAINT-
On Thursdar and Friday Krenlncrs.
ISlh arid Kith Inst . at 7) ..'clock, nt feorfa Art Gal-
lerv. Ko. Ml! I hesHui street, will be aolil. wltnent re
serve, a number ol Paiutiiius by l'liiiaaelphla artists,
w. Hhetidan Yonna-.
Joseph 3. John.
K. lk'hre Reed,
J. 15 Uen e, , .
F. It. fche;l,
I . It. Otter,
Edmund U. Lewis,
G. V. Donolt,
K. . Jieosoll,
W. E t r-eson.
V. A Sommers. ( J. Levis,
George k. Cuudee, , I E. Mclliheiiey,
D. r . Wvatni.
1 , J. renniinnre,
1). W. c. lloutalle, .
f. vrn is.
O F. Anwood,
D. K. Knight.
Geersn P. Wood, Jr.,
l aul Weber.
W. E Winner.
comprlslnir the be-t awArtment 01 oil Paintings by
native artiste ever ottered at puYlo sa'o in tins city.
Open lor exauiluauon on jttouuay, utu luat
On Thnrstay and Friday Evening.
lRfh and li.th Varch, at 7H o'clock, at Scott's Art
Oallery, Ho. Chesnut street.
30 SlTPHKIJ OIL PAIHTIVOS, 1
Irsm the American Art Gallery, Mow York
II O M A S R I R C II & SON,
No. I I 10 CHESNUT STREET.
A ONE-HORSE POWER
This engine will bo disposed ol by private or publio
salo, by tho above panics, at their Auction Store.
THOMAS ft SONS, NOS. 139 AND 111 S.
TO CAPITA LTtTaXD OTHERS.
1TRLIC PALK.-VRUY VALUABLK BOSrSF.R
.rBDI'Fltll. R.SHWN A TUB CKM'KMi UlLO
lN8,Nos. 218 and 210 WALNUT Street, opposite the
Merchants' Exchange. .U icet on Walnut street, 140
leet in aeptn to fear street, two ironi.
1 .- -11 u 0 1 1(1 I. I.. k...... wtlt ha iaIJ . k..K1Ia
jxpt.i , lonn. Bi IJ u VI w v iitiuu, mi, BVIW Ok p UIIIIU
sale, at the Phlladelpnla ' xchamre, ail tnose two tour
story brick hulldmiis and tee let ol ground thereunto
belonging situute oa the sentlisldeoi Walnut street,
directly ODaoslie the Kxchango) conUlalnr touuthar In
front on v alnat street 35 leet, and extundirlij In dtptU
about 140 leet to Pear street, known as the Central
Buildings, with a passage wav running tluoagh to Pear
street, on which la erected a five story Hrlck tuiilding
The attention or capitalists, bankers, and Insurance
companies is called to the above mentioned property,
combining as It does many advantages Iu close
proximity to tne Exchanrre, togethy lih two fronts,
make It ceairable. Properly in this panicular block Is
considered of more value per eot than in any other
Dioca in tne wnoie lengtn 01 wa'nat street.
Clear 01 all lncnmnrnnce.
For fnrther ear icnUrs aenlv to LEWIS II. 11EDSKR.
So m s. FOt ltTH Street.
Philadelphia. March. 1H6, 3 mt
rFlTZPATRICK ft CO. AUCTIONERS.
New Auction House. No. S27 CBESNCT ktreot.
jfiW YORK ACCIDENTAL
FOR INSURWa AGAINST
ACCISfiCTS CF ALL KISDS.
President, WILLIAM A. BAYLEY.
Secretary, EDWARD GREENE.
The rates of premium are very low.
The plan Is eo simple that any one con comprehend
all Its workings.
ft Hfxlicnl Examination In Require!,
And these who have beea rejected by Life Companies
in censeojuonce of hereditary or other disease, can effect
Insurance In this Company at a very small cest.
Me better or more satisfactory use oan . be made of so
smail a sum.
POLICIES ISSUED BY '
LANCASTER & GASKTLL,
N. W. Corner Fourth and Walnut Sts.,
3 10rp GENERAL AGENTS FOE PENNSYLVANIA.
STATEMENT OF T1IE
New England Mutual Life In
F E 13 It IJ A li Y 1, 1 BOG.
Btal Estate H23VO0
Lttli ou hand Ui Ui
Itonds and AlorU'SKes 8D0.ti5l
Hunk, anu other stocKS 1 a.'f.iis
Blocks held as collateral lor loiuis HI 07S
Premium Notes socitrod by Policies 1,037,44')
'T.ob Res due and lllllJllid
Losses rcportcu ana not actcu upon it) nun
Premiums received l.lKtt 903
lutercbt received 170,600
L08nes paid 321 028
lie 1 urn iirciiauuis 7U10
1 YiiciiKfts nt all kintla 131 S'm
The Vow England Lifts Compnny Is the oldest In the
Vnlted Stilton. It pus alwavs runkej a No. 1. 1' iias
never resorted to law. 11 is nucrni to pollcv-iiul lcrs.
Premiums may be paid either Iu casu or halt cibhaud
iinit'nutA i.hmscm itioinoilv Daid bv the fluent
DIVIDENDS WILL 11 H PAID A NUALi.T. These
who nuy cash will receive a cash return. Those who
si n a nnle can anniv the (tivlden.l to ni vmeni ot noie.
Dlvliiends may a so bo applied to reduction ot premium,
tr In n.lillnif in tlm amoUUt illSUrMl.
Perpons desirhig to cllect liihursnco on their lives
should mnko application 'o this Company Kxamlna
th ns doilv Irom 1 to i o'clock. Liberal commissions
liENJAMl! '. b 1 EVENS.
JOSEPH M (illlBEKS.
James S. Amory,
James Mil rets,
John A. Andtew
ltoujumui F. Htevous.
Marshall P. wilder,
Cieori;c 11. Foiger.
Francis C. Lowell,
No. 425 Chesnut Street Philadelphia.
W. D. STHOCD, M. D , MEDICAL EXAMINER.
The undorslunod U the only authorized Agent la
!R. HUNTER, No. 44 N. SEVENTH
hTREET. ABOVE FILBEKT, PHTLADELPIITA.
Acknowledged by all parties tulereitti as by tar the
AIUBT BCCCi.88FL'L PHYSICIAN
in the treatment vt ifneeirt in hit wittily. QUICK,
TilOKOUUH, ondrmifli fi curn (iuiranttd Inevtrf
case. HmiMiinl.er f)tt. UUNTEU 8 Celobruted Kemedle
con only be bad genuine at his aid established 0Hl'. No
.. i K. B.VEjilI SJ'evt, ahuYe filbeit. . a 10 Oi
LINUS LAWK DRESSES.
NEW STyiiKS, . , i .
815 3trp No. 828 AUOII Street.
JJLACK IIERNANI,. 50 CENTS
BLACK TAMAHTINR. 44 CENT8.
11 LACK liUKNADlNE, iTIHi CAMS.
CURWEN STODDART & BROTHER,
Noa. 450, 452, and 454 N. 8 ECOND Stro d,
011 in Above willow.
MODE, PEARL. AND STONE COLOR AL
PACA H, ,TJK and44 cents. 1
DR18H UOODS OF ALL KINDS. AT BEDUCED
a iav r-n.
CURWEN STODDART & BROTIIER,
Nor. 400, HZ, and 4,14 N. SECOND Street,
a nor ' Abeve w uiow.
liLACK OROS (I R A I N,
P.LACK GUOS DU ftniSE,
DLACK UltOS DW FHy('F. ,
ALL FKOM THE LAI K AUCTION 8LE8,
AT 'REDUCED PillCES.
GOOD BLACK SILKS at 61 25 and 61 SO.
CURWEN STODDART & BROTHER,
Noa. 450, 453, aud 454 N. SECOND Street.
814 8t Abovo Widow.
JJRESS GOODS FROM AUCTION,
AT RKDUCEO l'RICES.
CURWEX STODDART Jfc BROTHER,
No. 450, 452, and VA N. SECOND btroot.
S 14 St . Above Widow.
JJROCIIE POPLINS, 40 CENT?,
DRKSS GOODS OF ALL KISDS.ATllF.DUf RD I'lUCES.
CURWEN STODDART & BROTHER,
Noa. 460, 452, and 4MN. S ECOX D Street,
314 3t Above Willow.
JkJ E W S T Y L E .PRINT S,
AT REDUCED PItlOES.
CURWEN STODDART & BROTHER,
Nos. 450, 452, and 4u4 N. SECOND Strivt,
3 14 3t Abovo Willow.
gPRING STYLE CASSIMMRES
AND C()AT1N(J S,
AT REDUCED PRICES.
CURWEN STODDART & BROTHER,
Nos. 450, 452, aud 454 N. SECOND Street,
8 14 8t Above Willow.
FJLLINERY, MAPJTUA-IV.AKING, &o
J1 E M PL E OF F A S II I O N.
Importations lor the Spring aad Summer
. MRS. M. A. 1JINDE11,
No. 1031 CUESNUT STREET, PHILADELPHIA,
Importer of Laalcs' Dress and Cloak Trlmmlnssj a J,
pans rniterns m 1 issue reper, lor lauies- uuu uuu
Oren's Dresses ) .
1 desire to call your attention to the above card, and
snail be pleaseu to nave vou can unu ins,o!i mr hiocs.
and 1 think yeu villi Und It the most choice and elegant
assortment to select Irom. My (acuities tor ebtalnlnif
the most dcslrubie novel lies of the European marxet
ate now uiisuri.uj-sed, and sblpiucnts per u artv every
Htonmor nrlil frebness and variety to the cellection.
'I ho most desrlle styles et Ornaments, Luttons, Laces,
Frinnes Cords, Tassels, Velvet Klliboiis. Belting, Pateut
limits n1 Kves. French Corsets. Shields. Dross Kin-
valors, Pads, loop bfclrta of our own aud Madame'
Dt merest a msKe. Mampmg iiraiumg, una J'.mnroiaer-
iDK! Frencu Muting ano uarnerniB.
iiiruiaa liress and Clesk Making. In all Its varieties.
T.niiiu fiirnlsliinir their rich anil coallv mu'enals mav
rely on being artistically fitted and their work tluishod
lathe most prompt and efliclont uiiiiiier, at the lo.veit
possible prices. ... .
nitinir ami Pastlnir at the shortest notice.
tets ot Pnt tents now ready for Merchants and Dress-
makam. AU tlie rutmiuu iitus ior saie.
Hits. M. A. KINDER.
3151m No. 1031 CHMSNLT Street, Philadelphia.
Tuesday, March J0,
MItS. E. KEYSEll'S
CHILDREN'S CL0T2ING EMPORIUM
No-1227 CEECN ffT Street,
3 in lnO Below Tlilrteeiith, North side, Philadelphia.
Cp MRS.' R. DILLON, . '
Nos. 323 and 331 SOUTH Street,
Has a handsome assortment of PPIil SO MILLINERY;
Misses' and Inluuts' Ham und Caps, Sl:fcs, Velvets,
Crapes, Ribbons, Feathers, F owers, frames, etc. 3 1 5 4m
EMO V AL.
DRSe GALLOWAY & SHED!)
HAVE REMOVED TI1EIU ;
No.1930 WALNUT Sfcroet;
Olb Door East of Tliirtcouth Street,
Where their Increased facilities and accommoda
tions for the treatment ot persons suffering from
chronic or acute diseases are ample, thereby insar
ing their professional services to all who may desuo.
M. J. GALLOWAY. M. D.
1. SHEDD, M. p. 8i5iatru
H3 Mticis & wood. 113
N. NINTH STREET, ATJtvT? ARCn.
TJoavr Blcachod Mnsllni. 2S, 28, 811, 88 ootits.
Beet Kleachod Hoalica, 85, 87 and 40 oente.
Wide Unbleached Muslins, 28 oents.
Tard wido Unbloaclied Muslim), 25, S3 ana Silo.
miow-easo and SheetiDa; Muslins.
Host quality American Prints and Cinglianta.
" LINEN GOODS I
' ' LINEN GOODS!
Tablo Llnoni, Napkins and Towels.
Scotch Diaper and Bird-cyo Linens.
Richardson Son', aauOwdon's Slilrtinn Lioona.
Iluokaback Tewelg, 25, 28, SI, 40, 45, 60, 65, G2t, .
Linen Huckaback, by tue yard.
Ituasia (rash, rood quality, 18, 20, 25 confs.
WHITE G00B3 ! '
Jaconet, Cambric, Kaln-ook end Swim Muslina.
Maid Nainsook and 11 aid Cambric Muslins.
Llatr-oord fc tripe end lMaid Kus ins. 0
Oao lot of. Dotted Swi a Muslins, treia auc,tion, 35
and tO ecnta a yard. , -
Marsoillw, Lancaster, and Honeycomb QuilU.
Hoop SkirU aiade to order and warranted for six.
lattice' aad Cent.' Liaoo Carabrlo Hdkfa. .
Ladles' end Gents' Hoinautch Hdkfa.
Cambric Fiounciiiirs, Insortinm and Edfinga.
Ladies' and Getita' Hosiery and Cloves.
Gcnta' Shirt Fronts, mado out of Richardson
Gont's Susponders. ' '
PlilCE & WOO p.
Ho. 113 N. NINTH Stroe nboro Arch.
N. D. Will remove to tho N. W. corner Eighth and
Iiibcrt Btroo's about the last of April. 3 3
A aood opportunity to secure a Fino Shawl at a
very low price.
FINE BR0CHE SHAWLS. ' .
FINE PAISLEY SHAWLS, '
FINE ELANKET SHAWLS.
The entire stock will be sold without rejjird to tho
JJLANKETS! BLANKETS I
FINE AMERICAN ELANKETS,
All our fine and iredium grades, vory much r
duced in prices,
OlT ODE OWN IJIPOUTATION.
A great variety of now patterns iu all sizos. X
larger stock to select from than in any other est.
b'Jshment in this city.
' J. C. STRAWER!!5l-E Z O.,
12 21 rp
N. W. COR. EIGHTH AND MARKET STREETS '
ARNSLEY LINEN GOODS.
SUPER BARNSLEY TABLE DAMASKS.
EXTRA HEAVY TABLE LIAl'ERS.' .
IIEA"VY LOOM DIAPERS. ' ,
COLORED HORDEKED WASHED HUCIC
TOWELS, Extra Size. : .
These goods weie mado expressly to order for our host
Iflml'y trade, but fram their extraordinary durability
are also well suited to flint-class Hotels ur Boarding
Importers of Llnon, Hobso Furnlriilnf Dry Gooda,
812 6t No. 1C08 CHESNUT Street.
JAMES, EEXT, SA?.TEE & CO.
lle(t leave lcspccttully to inform tUoir friends anil,
cni-toicers that they
HAVL RESUMED THEIR BUSINESS.
AX TIJEUi OLD STAND,
CI 6 101 .
Nos. 239 and 211 K. TllIBD Street,
RALSTON & RIDDLE,'
INDIGO AND INDIA GOODS,
Nos. 122 Walnut St., and 17 Granite St.,
' OrFFR FOR SALE, IN LOTS TO SUIT t
INDIGO, MADR AS,
COPFF-HAS. I1LQCK TIN.
LAC DYE, BLEACHIiiU POWDERS.
SODA ASH, CUTCU. 1
SAL SODA, A I.I'M,
AND DYEWOODS AKD DYESTUFFS
QF AH KllSDa, UUU
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